If we are serious about growing the economy and creating jobs, we need to support these young people – even though they don't seem to expect any help or handouts, writes Melanie Verwoerd.
Showers late. More sun than clouds. Mild.
Communities that have shown resilience and shared prosperity have all dug deep into their indigenous cultures to leverage the wisdom of the ancients to govern the commons for the benefit of all, writes Mamphela Ramphele.
The Alternative Mining Indaba has been running for 10 years, and its organisers believe the event has made strides in bringing forward the plight of communities affected by mining.
The 6th annual Lilizela Tourism Awards took place on Saturday and here is the award recipient who stood out.
Want to ensure investments create a meaningful and lasting impact on communities? These 7 ways may be how.
Adoption is often seen as a formal process where one 'rejects' a gift (the child) given to them by their ancestors and nobody wants to face the wrath of their forefathers, writes Mondli Zondo.
Touched by seeing children going to bed hungry and the people around her lacking sources of good nutrition, Marian Dube started growing and selling vegetables from her backyard.
After more than 20 years of building and mending a relationship torn apart by his adultery, this man has now chosen to turn his back on his family.
Helping hopeless women one period at a time.
Yahoo says it's giving the sitcom Community a sixth season online.
Changing the world one plate at a time.
Renowned self development coach and businessman Jim Rohn once said, “You are a reflection of the 5 people you spend most of your time with.”
Some 95% of survey respondents in a social audit have not seen the social and labour plans of local mines intended to benefit them, a new report has revealed.
As the country pins its hopes on investment, Lameez Omarjee considers what can happen if a community works together to solve its economic challenges.
Retlhatswana Matsogo is a Setswana phrase that means we must help one another.
Armed with only a torch, Wilhelmina Minnaar, 76, hits the streets of Mitchells Plain at 04:30 every day with neighbours Margaret Wolhuter, 65, and Elizabeth Jacobs, 66, on the lookout for criminals.
A community development project is solving the problem of unemployment through skills training for young people who go on to become entrepreneurs.
With an entire community struck by a wave of crime, police on Tuesday provided proactive tips to secure a home as they up their game in the hunt for criminals.
The youth and the elderly have joined hands to put food on their tables in a mutually beneficial project.
On Saturday January 25 2014, the first in the connecting and unifying WOMAN ZONE: 13 Women series sees Sandra Miller of Muizenberg sharing her personal story.
A Parent24 user shares her thoughts on the importance of fathers.
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