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Five essential African documentaries you can watch online right now

AfriDocs is a multi-platform streaming service featuring some of the best documentaries about Africa available to watch for free and in an instant, right...

South Africa’s female vloggers give the inside scoop

31 August 2016 Sharing experiences that relate to your audience is one of the key things several of South Africa's most popular female vloggers have learned...

Go on safari with South African ranger and vlogger

South African freelance ranger Ryno Erasmus is taking his job to a new level by educating people about wildlife on YouTube. He introduced his...

Video: Must watch Tedx Talks of inspiring South African women

Melissa Javan Amo Ngoepe Amo Ngoepe learned the true meaning of the African proverb – "If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want...

Ostrich chases cyclists in Cape Town

Cyclists training for the prestigious Cape Town Cycle Tour were joined by a speeding ostrich. Oleksiy Mishchenko captured the precious footage on his head cam. The clip has gone viral globally and has received over a million views on YouTube already.

Frank and honest: the Women On Sex web series

In creating her web series, Women On Sex, Mmabatho Montsho decided to publish it on the online medium because she wanted to maintain its integrity. She has interviewed numerous women from all walks of life, who speak candidly on topics related to women's sexuality and sexual health.

Suzelle’s DIY takes South Africa by storm

Suzelle has become something of a South African internet sensation through her DIY videos on Youtube. She has covered a range of topics, but her most popular video to date is showing people how to make a braai pie. She's even been joined by Tim Noakes and together they showed the audience how to make a pizza out of cauliflower.

World falls in love with South African baby elephant

A video of a baby elephant playing with low-flying swallows in South Africa's Kruger National Park has become a huge hit on YouTube. Uploaded in late July, it has received over 7 million views to date and has been popular across the world. The ad revenue is also being put to good use.

YouTube star rises for young Capetonian vlogger

Vlogger Mark Fitzgibbon makes videos about a subject close to his heart – his community on the Cape Flats. The UCT student's language is certainly not suitable for work, but he brings laughs to his many followers, and is earning growing fame and fortune for himself.

Young South Africans pushed to take a stand

The National Youth Development Agency has taken to social media to motivate young people to lead by example. This initiative is part of Youth Month commemorations to remind today's youth of those of 1976.

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