Norah Ngobeni helped set up a community library at the Nkuri-Zamani village in Limpopo, and it has since grown to a place where scholars and even neighbouring villagers come to study and read books. She is now looking for help from others to make the library an even better place.
Multinational ICT giant IBM is rolling out its KidSmart Early Learning Programme across South Africa in an effort to help bridge the digital divide and improve early child learning.
The Healing Power Gospel Group in Bloemfontein is looking for people to Play their Part by helping the group by sharing their music skills and assist with recording their music.
27-year old Sbusiso Mabena is a motivational speaker who is gathering young people at schools to motivate them about life and their careers, and now also has a charith that helps school children with clothes and shoes.
Ogle kiosks give disadvantaged schools a chance by offering educational content that can be saved to any mobile device - and travelling teddies are helping to spread the word and get more kiosks into schools.
The Kwangwanase Education Project Trust has been an inspiration to community members in the Kosi Bay area of KwaZulu-Natal, by helping children in rural schools through providing financial assistance and career guidance.
Martha Letsoalo and Julie Hadley, the two dynamic women who founded Heartfelt, a social enterprise based in Makapanstad, North West Province have been awarded the 2012 Glamour 'Women of the Year' award.
South African advocate Ann Skelton is doing ground-breaking work to advance the rights of children and bring about changes to the country’s juvenile justice system.
Inspired by her own resolve to change an unfulfilling career in economics, actress and philanthropist Refiloe Seseane set out to assist other young women in making, and living with, the most important choices of their lives.
Young South Africans making a meaningful change in their communities and the country were honoured for their contributions at the inaugural South African Youth Awards in Midrand, Johannesburg on Saturday.