Giving kids a sporting chance in life
Children need to be taught to lead an active life and the value of sport, but often this is neglected in the battle to survive. Sporting Chance is filling this gap, laying down patterns of exercise as a way of life in the young. It also offers mentorship to budding athletes.
Press release: GEM Project’s growth impacting lives
MTN-Qhubeka becomes first African team to compete in le Tour
South Africa’s MTN-Qhubeka cycling team is one of five wildcard entries for the Tour the France.
Government advocates for the protection of children during Child Protection Week
Changing the world, one IT Boot Camp at a time
The Change the World Trust IT Boot Camp competition is an opportunity for the organisation's top students to show off their newfound programming skills to win a top-of-the-range Android tablet.
Govt calls for unity to move South Africa forward
The government has thanked South Africans for making the elections a success. "As we move forward, we need to inculcate the culture of activism and tolerance displayed during the elections into the daily life of our country," says government spokesperson Phumla Williams.
Miss South Africa brings warmth
Blankets and soup will help to keep the cold at bay this winter, delivered by Miss South Africa Liesl Laurie and Sun International's Maslow Hotel. The mobile soup kitchen will pop up through the coldest month.
Press release: Top learner encourages Class of 2017 to play their part, build South...
Remy Kloos makes history as the first South African to summit Mount Everest and...
Give a book in Mandela’s name
A book drive marked the first anniversary of the death of Madiba. Education was close to his heart and people are encouraged to donate books to beat illiteracy. The Nelson Mandela Book Drive is a partnership between the Nelson Mandela Foundation and The Book People.