Phakama Women's Academy, a corporate social investment mentoring programme, has set 25 young women on the road to success in the marketing and communications industry.
Dr Buyisiwe Sondezi is a rare breed. The University of Johannesburg student overcame early stumbling blocks as a young learner to become the first woman in Africa to be awarded a doctoral degree in experimental physics of highly correlated matter.
Johannesburg inner city regeneration gets a boost as a new technology hub, TechinBraam, springs up, bringing remodelled green buildings and new business to the once derelict suburb.
Fresh from the University of Johannesburg's triumph in the inaugural Varsity Football competition, Amanda Dlamini speaks about her decision to relinquish the national captain's armband and her work in the development of women's soccer.
The Indiafrica Festival 2013, which takes place in Johannesburg between 13 and 24 May, marks the culmination of the second edition of Indiafrica: A shared future, an initiative that targets young entrepreneurs and artists from both countries.
• India and SA growing together
The University of Johannesburg cricket club has adopted a strong stance against rhino poaching and will be coming out to bat for the endangered creatures this season, with all the university's teams wearing a kit bearing the "stop rhino poaching now" logo at all their fixtures.
South Africa’s famous township of Soweto now has its own business school, where needy but deserving young people will be taught entrepreneurship, life skills and self-confidence.