They say charity starts at home, something the seventh richest man in South Africa seems to agree with. This is big guys.
In true Christmas spirit, Olivia took to doing charity work to spread a little cheer this season.
There are few things in this world better than zooming around our country with the breeze blowing in your face. These guys did it right.
Loosen up those hip joints and twirl the ‘tache because this weekend it’s Movember bowling time. This one should be a real jol.
Wispy whiskers and itchy top lips, November is here and that means the furry top lip will be front and centre for the rest of the month. Bowls, anyone?
Clicking like and share on Facebook just stepped up to a whole new level, some kind souls set to change the ease with which we can donate to a good cause.
You know that feeling when you unwrap a prezzie on Christmas morning? Now we can help make that a reality for many local kids in need.
SHOUT just released its third collaborative track in the hopes to raise funds to build libraries across South Africa.
Charity starts at home, so if someone could make it easier to give to worthy causes from the comfort of our couches we’d be inclined to give them a high five. Enter this game-changer.
There is a sense of satisfaction that comes with doing something for the benefit of others and a little bit of good karma never hurt anyone. Maybe some luxury accommodation universe?
There’s a certain element of feeling good about oneself that comes from helping out where you can. I imagine this chap is feeling pretty good right about now.
I really appreciate it when celebs have a sense of humour – there’s nothing worse than watching Kanye’s angry face all day long – and Arnold definitely has an infectious smile.
In this day and age of rampant commercialism it isn’t every day that you come across a company that actually cares. These guys are setting the trend it seems.
We always have time for celebrities who take time to do a little good along the way. Check out this heart-warming clip of Iron Man himself bringing the good vibes.
Calling all parents, kids and everything in between – this year’s Maynardville Community Chest Carnival promises to be a ripper. Check out what’s in store for you.
Every kid should have the chance to fall on their ‘gat’ whilst attempting a kick-flip. The guys at ‘The Pigeon Plan’ agree and have taken action to get our local lads kitted out with some skating know-how.
There is something absolutely amazing happening in the Mother City this Friday, and it won’t matter if there is electricity or not – because, LED candles!
Sweet mother of… I hope you are ready for this, because it is going to make your moustache look soooooo lame and then next year you are going to work so much harder at it. Also, Kitler.
Jenna Lowe is part of the 2oceansvibe family and you would have followed her incredible journey up to this point. Now, at 19, Jenna’s wish is for you to join her at her 21st. But there’s only one way for that to happen. Check out the video..
The Lowe family are very much a part of the 2oceansvibe family, and they have put together a one-night extravaganza to raise funds for Jenna. The mind-blowing auction includes a weekend at Grootbos. Check it out!
Philanthropy Or PR Stunt? You Decide…….
This is beyond genius. This is next-level marketing. And we totally love it. How do you make a mockery out of the election posters that constantly nag us to show support for individual political parties and not do much else with our lives during the week ahead? You tell the population to live their lives […]
What would you do if you saw a random dude wearing a “Fuck The Poor” sandwich board, handing out “Fuck The Poor” leaflets and shouting “Fuck The Poor” on a busy London street? Check out the results of a social experiment entitled #FuckThePoor.
It will be known has the drum battle of the millennium. Only one man will step away as victor, deciding once and for all who is the lookalike and who reigns cowbell supreme. What started as a comment on a Reddit AMA has escalated into a drum showdown between Will Ferrell and Chad Smith – oh, and it’s for charity.
Posh Spice touched down in Cape Town over the weekend. Victoria Beckham is here to support the charity Born Free Foundation Africa. Born Free is an initiative that aims to end the transmission of HIV from mothers to their children by December 31, 2015.
An 11-year-old boy sits shivering in the cold at a bus stop in Norway. Hidden cameras capture acts of kindness that restore your faith in humanity.
Two people are hoping to show that crowdfunding should not only be used to launch the next app or indie film, but to make the world that tiny bit better. Pete and Sarah Portal are trying to save Manenberg by inspiring change in one of Cape Town’s most gang-infested communities. Here’s how you can help.
If you happen to play a game of chess against the world number one, you lose. Even if you are one of the most innovative men in the world. About eighty seconds is all it took for Magnus Carlson to beat billionaire philanthropist Bill Gates.
More accurately, he’s aiming to eradicate the poverty, not the countries. Every year for the past five years, Bill and Melinda Gates have published an annual letter in which they tally the success or failures of their foundations, and set the philanthropic agenda for the next year. This year’s annual letter, which was released today, goes down a slightly different path. Rather than a letter, it’s more of a manifesto.