The 947 Breakfast Club spoke to Jaco van Schalkwyk from the Character Company about the incredible work the organisation is doing.
702's Azania Mosaka and Sherry Saltzman of the Dis-Chem Foundation make sure the girls receive sanitary pads to enable them to sta...
Thabo has a rare joint condition and his mother has to carry him on her back because his wheelchair is in bad repair.
Melody Miya has established Read-A-Sat to promote a culture of reading in his community.
Young woman Monet van Deventer describes petrol attendant Nkosikho Mbele's generous help to prevent her running out of fuel on N2.
In 1995, the LGBTI activist became the first African lesbian to address gay and lesbian rights before the UN.
On the Lead SA interview, Paddy Pampallis says the continent can make a unique contribution in facing up to current challenges.
Random Acts of Kindness to give in-store account to the value of R5 000 and R5 000 in cash for a year.
Lead SA hero, Greenpop founder Misha Teasdale is on a mission to re-plant the Knysna area with indigenous trees.
The organisations will plant a vegetable garden in Delft to help children in the community.
On International Nurses' Day, Africa speaks to Christal Bastian, assistant nursing manager at the Red Cross Children's Hospital.
IEC vice-chairperson Janet Love clarifies some of the processes voters need to be aware of before Wednesday.
Reach for a Dream Foundation CEO Julia Sotirianakos urges South Africans to support Slipper Day.
Mike Schalit says Cecil Road Primary is the 14th school to benefit from the MAL Foundation initiative, in collaboration with its p...
UIF's Makhosonke Buthelezi says close to 5 000 trainees will benefit from the initiative.