A new report called Life in South Africa: Reasons for Hope from the Institute of Race Relations shows the country has come a long...
Small changes at home and work can go a long way to minimise the effects of the current drought in South Africa. We've collected...
At the Junior Chamber International Conference in Johannesburg this week, Brand South Africa highlighted the importance of getting young people to play their part as active citizens of their communities, to build vibrant, competitive nations across Africa.
South Africa's 67 Blankets for Mandela charity has claimed the record for the world's largest blanket this month creating a collaborative blanket large enough to cover two-and-a-half rugby fields - with the help of people around the globe and prisoners across the country.
Amid the current drought afflicting large parts of South Africa, Water and Sanitation Minister Nomvula Mokonyane has launched the Lower Tugela Bulk Water Supply Scheme in KwaZulu-Natal. In opening the system, the minister urged people to use and reuse water wisely.
In June 2015, student Buhle Sithela began cleaning rubbish bins in Khayelitsha, on the outskirts of Cape Town, where he lives. He uses the money he makes from the project to aid the people of the township, including hosting community film screenings. Movies are his passion, he says.
To celebrate Human Rights Day on 21 March, here is a look at five of South Africa's NGOs working for human rights in the country and beyond, organisations dedicated to the promotion of human dignity, equality and freedom.
South Africans are being urged to open their doors to fieldworkers - more than 10 000 of them - going into communities to gather information from 1.3-million households for Statistics South Africas 2016 Community Survey, an essential tool in service delivery.
Since the beginning of the year, Operation Hydrate has been on a mission to provide water to those in drought-stricken areas. Now, the organisation is going to help drill boreholes, which will bring relief to the many communities across the country that are without water.
There was a need for a multi-pronged approach to deal with racism in South Africa, said Arts and Culture Minister Nathi Mthethwa at the launch Anti-Racism Week, an initiative announced by the newly established Anti-Racism Network South Africa.