South African men pledge to stand up against abuse

At an International Men's Day event held in Soshanguve, Tshwane, male citizens of South Africa were urged to pledge and take a stand against violence towards women and children. The event came on the eve of the annual 16 Days of Activism against gender violence campaign.

Mentors dared to be different

A young woman has challenged people to change the world by doing one simple thing – find someone different to mentor. This is to open opportunities, especially to youth who come from disadvantaged backgrounds.

No More Victims

  We are involved in helping in our young woman and girls lives empowering then in reading writing and in themselves. We need assistance with, or...

Across the Colour Bar: Nthabiseng’s story

Nthabiseng Hibbert is an ordinary South African woman who, for the past two decades, has lived in a modest home in Katlehong, one of the country's largest – and poorest – black urban townships. Only one thing sets her apart from her neighbours: Nthabiseng is white.

Scheepers downs Simmonds at US Open

South Africa's top two women tennis players met in the first round of the US Open on Wednesday, but the match carried very different significance for SA number one Chani Scheepers and number two Chanel Simmonds.

Mega crowds at Megafest

In early October over 100 000 Christians flocked to the MegaFest International festival in Johannesburg, for world-renowned preacher and bestselling author Bishop TD Jakes’s two-day extravaganza of faith, and the first MegaFest to be held outside the US.