Two exceptional South African women have made the headlines recently. Striker Noko Alice Matlou of the national women's team was named Africa's woman footballer of the year, while Zukiswa Sapepa has become the country's first female traffic station commander.
South African judge Navanethem Pillay, the newly appointed United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, is the force behind the upcoming Durban Review Conference, which aims to tackle racism across the world.
Stoned Cherrie, a top South African fashion label, has received a prestigious opportunity to break into the international fashion scene. This comes after an invitation to showcase its work at New York’s Fashion Week.