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Associate Professor Salome Maswime is a dreamer who is reimagining patient-centred healthcare.
A Wakkerstroom woman who missed her flight was set to spend the night at OR Tambo International Airport, but a kind man took pity on her and paid for her overnight accommodation.
The plan is to grow over 120 000 trees that will be used to create The Great Labyrinth of Africa in Stellenbosch, situated on the Stellenbosch Bridge Smart City development.
She first got into farming through a garden at a nearby school, where she planted spinach, lettuce, carrots, beetroot, and several other leafy greens.
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".
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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.
"Women will save South Africa" - Oprah Winfrey
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.
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.
These drivers have some unconventional training methods to prep for F1.
Even princess's need help! Kate shares her struggles with early motherhood.
Baby Archie’s secret godparents have been unmasked.
Popular racing series returns to Netflix this February.
But why do women who fight back get backlash?
Over 120 000 trees will be used to create The Great Labyrinth of Africa.
It's all thanks to Pantone's colour of the year.
A SA favourite makes it into the trolley of Hollywood A-listers.
Seeing cute, tuxedoed penguins waddle along our coastline is something easily taken for granted - but they're severely endangered - making this release of 16 penguins rather special.
Lomso Dumezweni from Dutywa in the Eastern Cape has been selected as one of the country's 33 top achieving pupils from the matric class of 2019 and is a step closer to achieving his goal of becoming a medical doctor.
Hollywood kicks off its annual award season with the glitzy Golden Globe Awards and we're holding thumbs for a South African to win.
A brother and sister who were separated as children more than 20 years ago, finally met face to face again over Christmas.
Here's a line-up of the upcoming South African movies set to be released next year.
2019 was the year South Africans proudly took up space and made the country proud.
Ntombizandile 32 weeks pregnant routine check-up took a complete different direction when she got to her consultation and had to be admitted right away.
A list of top-achievers who gave us reason to celebrate this past year.
"We were so shocked when the doctor told us it is cancer. It was something I had never thought about, because nobody in my family has ever had it."
Christmas came early for 363 clients at a PEP Stores branch in Mossel Bay, Western Cape.
A book a day, prepares a child for the rest of her life.
The thrill of graduation attire, being capped and looking out into the crowd to see family and friends beaming with pride is one to which Kwanele Mlinganiso does not mind getting addicted.
This is the story of how a group of young people took the world by storm in 2019.
A Durban paramedic has risked his life to save a dog from a burning and collapsing shoe factory in Shetland Road, Wentworth, south of Durban.
mothers2mothers is a non-profit organisation dedicated to eradicating mother-to-child transmission of HIV.
In-between the bad news of 2019, cute animals swooped in as the shining light on our dark news feeds.
South African opera singer Pretty Yende has been honoured with The Order of the Italian Star from the Italian Consulate in Cape Town.
South African author Kopano Matlwa's award-winning novel, 'Coconut' is being turned into a movie.
What does it take to be a lifeguard? A lot of hard work and dedication, according to these two Plett locals.
Remember his name. SA's Wade Young is one of SA's best motorsport athletes and he is only destined for even greater things. Young has won the 2019 Motul Roof of Africa in emphatic fashion, leading the three-day hard enduro event in Lesotho from start to finish.
Meet the student from Ivory Coast who has created an award-nominated African emoji app, Zouzoukwa.
While in a lot of pain following an accident in Nigeria, Louis de Jager had unexpected help from an SAA pilot while flying back home.
A marching band walked a retiring Eastern Cape school principal home - and the tears flowed.
Jane is one of seven dogs in charge of sniffing out dangerous goods at Cape Town International Airport - watch how she does it.
The bank received the home loans as security for a lending deal.
“I have already started breeding Bonsmara cattle and my aim is to be a registered stud farmer by 21,” says Thabo Dithakgwe
Tebogo Mathe from Pretoria is the national winner of the 2019 SME Toolkit BUSINESS/PARTNERS Business Plan Competition for Aspiring Young Entrepreneurs.
Children are our future. And there is one Soweto-based Day Care Director who is making sure the seed of aviation is planted in the minds for a group of kids based in Dobsonville.
“Your attitude determines your altitude.”
Robbie Wessels loves as Siya Kolisi just as much as the rest of us!
The story behind the Jakes Gerwel Technical School is a heartwarming one. It is a story about ubuntu; a reflection of what happens when people with a similar vision unite.
16-year-old Joshwin Bock from Cloetesville, Stellenbosch, is a young man of very few words but his passion for cars and motorsport speaks volumes. His heart-warming story is awe-inspiring for any petrolhead.
To usher in the New Year, South Africa's favourite couple, Nonhlanhla Soldaat and Hector Mkansi, have set December 31 as the day they will tie the knot for the second time.
The local comedian and host of 'The Daily Show' has posted a very gracious message to his fellow nominees and his mother.
When motorists pull up next to Sibongiseni Nkosi in Auckland Park, he smiles, waves and asks them about their day. But unlike a month ago, he does not have to beg them for food or small change.
Donning his South African flag with pride, Teddy Nzama has beaten 15 000 Starbucks employees to be crowned the best barista across Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Mom of eight, Claire Brauer, talked to Parent24 about her experience at Groote Schuur government hospital.
While attending the launch of the Bridges Music Academy in the Western Cape, rapper Sho Madjozi opened up about her own desire to start a similar project in her village in Limpopo.
The mother and baby have been found lying on the side of the road in Mitchells Plain and were transported to a nearby hospital.
As a Robben Island prisoner and former freedom fighter, 72-year-old Harold Matsididi has seen his fair share of torture, grief and loneliness. But he now has renewed hope.
Limpopo matriculant Tiyani Mbendzani lost his sight in Grade 5, but that didn't stop him
being among the country's top 30 achievers.
Hailing from the deep rural village of Lower Kroza Location in the Eastern Cape in a single-parent-headed household of six, she had all the reasons to laden her path with excuses but she didn’t.
These inspiring stories from journalist-run Instagram account, Good News, will make your day.
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.
Franco Bassi is on a mission to find his Cinderella - a mystery man he met at a Krispy Kreme outlet, who quickly disappeared, leaving behind a glass slipper in the form of a blurry picture.
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.
"When I told her of my plans, the relief she expressed was immense... Flora is a special part of our family." Local mom Lauren says her son's nanny is more than just an employee and buying a bigger home to include her was a no-brainer.
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.
When Velile Vilane began his decade-long experience as an undergraduate at UCT, he registered as Miss Velile Vilane. When he stepped into the Sarah Baartman Hall at his graduation ceremony he did so as Mr Vilane. And he left the university as Dr Vilane.
From a very young age, Msa Mesatywa would watch the evening news and grew an interest in financial issues and the economy.
He might not have been able to stand up, but when Phillip Mphela wheeled himself across the stage at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology's summer graduation, the entire audience were up on their feet for a roaring ovation as he received his diploma in Applications Development.
Unlike a medical doctor who relies on a stethoscope as a tool of the trade, Dr Bike uses spanners to help his sick "patients".
A little boy from Cape Town may very well end up a pilot one day, thanks to this remarkable gesture by a local SAA pilot.
After making her first TV appearance as Miss Universe on Good Morning America, newly crowned Zozibini Tunzi visited the Empire State Building.
When a teenage mother unexpectedly went into labour three months prematurely, she had no idea that a chain of events that started months before would make all the difference to the survival of her tiny baby.
Husband and wife team Wouter Bam, 29, and Louzanne Bam, 35, ended 2019 off with a bang. The power couple graduated simultaneously with PhDs in engineering at Stellenbosch University.
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi could cap a memorable year in style after being nominated for the BBC Sports Star of the Year award.
The new Miss Universe showed her parents incredible gratitude to just hours before she won the pageant.
After wowing the judges and fans throughout the competition Zozibini Tunzi managed to swoop the title, taking over from Catriona Gray.
Tucked away between a cluster of shacks, Fernando Mucavele created a palace in the middle of Joe Slovo Park. The builder who works on site, building homes for others, says he had a dream of creating a palace for himself.
Two years ago, Thanduxolo Sixaka helped an elderly couple put their shack up again after the wind blew it down. The grateful couple later gave him their booming meat business in return.
These ladies from Intsusa represent many people in South Africa who are dealing with trauma.
Lebo Magoma melted many hearts when he was captured in tears as World Cup-winning captain Siya Kolisi signed his rugby boots.
These women own South Africa's first eco-friendly brick company which manufactures bricks using sand and recycled plastic.
Door of Hope is a child-care organisation in Johannesburg that gives abandoned children new hope with forever families.
Twenty-two-year-old Sibongiseni Nkosi is proudly earning his keep as a petrol attendant after one act of kindness landed him the job.
He didn’t get interested in leather by choice, though.
Capetonian Shaygam Newman has scooped the Brian Davies Award which recognises outstanding work for animals in difficult and dangerous situations.
The choir and flautist Wouter Kellerman are making SA proud again!
Brave 18-month-old Grayson Marais from Port Elizabeth has experienced sound for the very first time.
Springbok captain Siya Kolisi brought a special guest to the BrightRock Players Choice Awards in Johannesburg.
Kaizer Chiefs midfielder Khama Billiat has taken time out from his busy playing schedule to donate R100 000 in sporting equipment to his former school.
We attended one of the glitziest events in food and captured some magical performances.
An anonymous donor dropped R120 000 towards a crowdfunding campaign, just hours after a story was published about the plight of former Robben Island prisoners who were struggling to make ends meet.
Hudson didn't let his wheelchair hold him back from travelling the word.
"I didn’t know what to think, I was happy. But I was shy and everyone was watching."
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