Feeding programme continues to serve cooked meals at schools during lockdown

The extended and indefinite lockdown due to Covid-19 has affected many, particularly in poor communities relying on school feeding schemes for...

‘67 Blankets’ movement busily knitting secret scarves for needy

As the lockdown lingers and winter begins to bite, South Africans who find themselves in need will require warmth and kindness more...

National Wills Week offers free will-drafting services to South Africans

Many South Africans pass away without a valid will in place, causing devastating consequences for their families. To help combat this,...

Children enjoy ride of a lifetime at Gold Reef City Theme...

October saw 200 children from disadvantaged backgrounds being treated to a fun 'roller coaster day' at the popular amusement park in...

Art helping to support those fighting gender-based violence

The national lockdown has placed a spotlight on those who are vulnerable to domestic abuse and gender-based violence in South Africa.

Laingsburg roosterbrood queen Poppie van As goes global

Laingsburg local Poppie van As sells roosterbrood on the side of the N1, but a chance encounter has seen her "go global". It all started...

Hospital staff surprise teenager with her own matric farewell

A Port Elizabeth teenager got to switch her hospital gown for a beautiful dress thanks to the caring doctors and nurses...

Unisa students to get data bundles for exam preparation

Students of the University of South Africa, Unisa, are set to receive data bundles in preparation for the coming May/June examinations,...

KFC tackles childhood hunger during the Covid-19 lockdown

About 60% of children in South Africa live below the poverty line and many receive their only meal of the day...

This nursing student is able to follow her dreams thanks to...

Fourth-year nursing student, Zulcke Cleophas, from Hopefield in the Western Cape, is currently one of hundreds of students juggling their studies and nursing practical...

Innovative pilot programme aids informal recycling sector reeling from lockdown

Informal reclaimers are returning to work after months of forced quarantine, with a recycling pilot programme in Joburg delivering welcome results...
young black female pilot

This dedicated Atteridgeville aunt turned to baking to help put her...

An Atteridgeville woman has gone out of her way to support her niece’s dreams of taking to the skies by baking...