LeadSA chooses internal staff member Palesa Matanyane as the hero for September 2018.
LeadSA recognises internal staff and social entrepreneur Ben Mashao for his contribution to youth development through sport.
LeadSA recognises Mavhutu Dzege as hero of the month for his initiatives which include the school shoe and food parcel handovers.
Feed5000 relies on volunteers and donations to continue serving meals throughout the holiday season. Here's how you can help.
"The New Girl Code" aims to encourage young girls to pursue entrepreneurship and careers in the STEM field.
Abongile Nzelenzele talks to Beautiful News winner female Firefighter, Baigum Abrahams.
Following the success of Black Friday and Cyber Monday, sees #GivingTuesdaySA officially launched.
Teacher and social entrepreneur Katlego Thwane is LeadSA Gauteng October 2018 winner.
The students will be cycling 902 km to build a fund that will put an end to financial exclusion on campus.
Ntsikayezwe Development Foundation founder Mpolokeng Mudau chats to Ayanda MVP as the Lead SA hero for the month of September
The department says the parliamentary sitting will help mobilise men to talk and hopefully bring a change in behaviour.
The centre aims to produce highly skilled wind turbine technicians who will go on to get jobs within the industry.
Louise van Bala converted her house to make space for little children (Grade1s) who are excluded from mainstream schooling system.
‘A Donkey’s Life’ was created to help Keegan spread awareness of his cause and we hope folk will assist him along the way and look...
Ramsay has been staying in Chile for the past seven years and entered a baking competition, which she won.