As we take stock of the events of the past few weeks, big-hearted South Africans around the country are asking, “how can we help?”
On Thursday night (April 30), starting at 7PM, some of our country’s most talented musicians will unite behind a common cause.
We’ve all been there – log into Facebook, see a video that looks innocent enough, end up having your day ruined. Does sharing those videos actually make a difference?
Over the past few years, Muizenberg has undergone a serious image revamp. With some extra helping hands, more meaningful change can take place.
July 18 is just around the corner, and that means the Mandela Day stories are coming. Whatever you choose to do to celebrate Madiba’s life, we salute you.
The CEO SleepOut is one of those things that comes around every year, bringing with it outrage, rebuttals, and columnists unleashing the fury.
Chances are you’ve thought about how awful it would be to be on the streets during this torrid weather, but how can you help? It’s real, real easy.
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.
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?
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.
When Zach Galifianakis was 25-years-old, he befriended a homeless, elderly, laundromat volunteer. Elizabeth “Mimi” Haist was her name and Zach, being the legend that he is, got her an apartment and took care of the bills in the process. Now he takes her to red carpet events – take a look.