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As buses and taxis rumble down Manenberg's main road, many make their way home after a hard day's work. One group of men and women, however, slowly trickle through the gates of the Leadership Centre.
The occasional Lottery player says she decided to try her luck when she saw other people queuing to buy tickets.
The Streetscapes garden in Vredehoek assists homeless people through simple interventions, such as helping them get their IDs, reports GroundUp.
Abduragiem de Klerk thought he was going to die as he pedalled up a hill in his first cycle race on a bicycle he chose to buy one day instead of drugs to continue his habit.
It was not just a big first day of school for young Zachary Williams, but also for his mom Lee-Anne, a survivor of cancer, who years ago underwent a groundbreaking procedure, and can now watch her "miracle baby" start the next chapter of his life.
A KwaZulu-Natal matriculant who was recently awarded for helping his friend with cerebral palsy throughout his high school career, says he did so because "it is the right thing to do".
While the Karoo continues to battle a hard-hitting drought, the sight of a river flowing after morning rains on Wednesday has brought a little bit of joy and relief.
A brother and sister who were separated as children more than 20 years ago, finally met face to face again over Christmas.
John Dube lived behind an electrical box for three years. Today, he enjoys the comfort of a beautiful room with an en-suite bathroom in a double-storey home.
The Animal Welfare Society of South Africa is preparing for a spike in the number of unwanted, stray, homeless and abused animals over the festive season.
11 February is 'International Day of Women and Girls in Science'. Check out how Ford SA supports the initiative.
A lucky person who bought a ticket in Roodepoort won the massive R114m Powerball jackpot, National Lottery Operator Ithuba says.
Siyamthanda Mtyeku studied for matric in the one-roomed shack he shares with four other people in Marikana informal settlement in Cape Town - and passed with seven distinctions.
Ridah Khan stands on the green lawns of the Western Cape premier's residence with photographers surrounding him, but less than two months ago the Atlantis matriculant had to write exams under police guard.
It's a joyous day for pupils and parents at mega state-of-the-art school Noordgesig Primary in Diepkloof, Soweto, as the new school year starts at the revamped premises.
Founder of social media group #ImStaying Jarrette Petzer is in a celebratory mode as the group has reached one million followers, spreading positivity in South Africa.
The streets of Cape Town were lined with families camping out on the sidewalk, excited to see the Cape Town Street Parade. Watch.
Of the many issues that have gripped South Africa in 2019, there have been moments, thanks to the collective and individual brilliance and kindness of people, that have brought smiles to our faces.
During a date with her husband at a restaurant in Durban, Nqobile Mseleku decided to put a smile on her waiter's face by doubling the bill in the form of a tip.
A man who by chance took his microlight aircraft for a flight on Thursday from Balito to the Amatikulu area, says he stumbled upon a frightening discovery of body washed up on a stretch of beach.
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