It matters not that at some moments in the past, a person did good or bad. What matters is the evolution of their work over time, writes Mpumelelo Mkhabela.
Scattered clouds. Mild.
An unemployed KwaZulu-Natal father of two went the extra mile after he found a woman's wallet and held onto it for a month until he was able to return it.
A Grade 11 Hoërskool Schweizer-Reneke pupil is hoping to find a way to help amputees to not spend hundreds of thousands of rand on prosthetics.
Kelly Malan, 35, was en-route to her family doctor after she had been informed by her daughter's teacher that she had become sick twice at the school on that day.
A group of nurses found out one of their patients who has cancer was missing a Backstreet Boys concert because of her illness, so they decided to bring the concert to her.
Local model Moostapha embraced his vitiligo and has graced the world's biggest runways.
DJ Jazzy D – also known as the Groove Master – witnessed what he describes as a “magical moment” on the eve of Women’s day.
When a group of thugs attempted to mug a family on the N2 over the weekend, a woman bravely stood up to them and sent them packing.
An elderly couple's 50th wedding anniversary was made even more special when their bill was paid in full, tip included, in a random act of kindness.
According to Gugulethu Athletics Club member Phiwe Ndinisa, the club can already see the difference the sponsorship has made.
Once worried about being held back by the quality of his shoes, Cape Town disabled athlete Rouvaun Wallace showed his capabilities on the international stage, winning his finals heat and earning his first medal at the World Para Athletics Junior Championships in Switzerland.
A University of Stellenbosch student's hobby has turned into a full-blown business after creating edible straws that would allow people to enjoy their drinks and still be environmentally-conscious.
A charity drive in a modified VW Beetle across Africa and Europe coupled with a radio initiative to raise money for life-saving heart surgeries for children in Southern Africa have managed to raise nearly R3m for the Nelson Mandela Children's Hospital.
Al Jazeera meet doctors at one of the world's largest hospitals who are tackling eye problems among South Africa's poor communities.
If you bought a lottery ticket at a Spar in Groot Brak, near Mossel Bay, you should really go home and find it because you might be the latest South African multimillionaire.
It’s unusual for a woman to approach a taxi driver for a sanitary towel when they find themselves in need – but this local taxi driver wants that to change.
Two years ago, Precious Ngwenya decided to teach herself a skill to make a small income and send money to her family back home in Zimbabwe. Watch.
Listed as one of the 10 most dangerous Western Cape suburbs, based on attempted murder statistics, Bishop Lavis has a reputation for gang-related violence. But now a passionate teacher is putting his community on the map - and for all the right reasons.
Bishop Lavis High School creative arts teacher Florance Vermeulen is encouraging his students to dance their way to success.
The 10-year-old school boy who helped a struggling recycler push his heavy trolley up a hill has received a special award at his school.
We are in this together, every single South African working towards a common goal to be a better version of ourselves, and the only way we'll get through this is together, writes Good Things Guy founder Brent Lindeque.
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