Kamva Goso, 18, from Philippi is living proof that township schools can produce some of our country’s top achievers. We recently caught up with the young genius who achieved top marks in the 2018 final matric examination.
In 2017, after over 20 years in the corporate world, Gadija Gamieldien took a leap of faith to start her own online platform, CookHalaal. She tells us about the twists and turns on her journey.
Catch an eclectic mix of local and international street artists live during the International Public Art Festival (IPAF), which takes place in Salt River from 9 to 17 February.
Award-winning journalist and specialist reporter at Netwerk24, Maygene de Wee is proof that the pen is mightier than the sword. She takes us behind some of her news scoops that have made headlines across the country.
Pieter-Dirk Uys steps out from behind the makeup.
Accessibility Auditor Tarryn Tomlinson has been wheelchair- bound since adolescence. She reveals how she’s managed to navigate her way around as someone living with a disability.
What do you do when everything you own goes up in flames, quite literally? The ever-present threat of losing everything in a fire is part of daily life in Cape Town’s Masiphumelele informal settlement.
Love him or hate him, technology entrepreneur Elon Musk is among South Africa’s top innovators. However, he is not the only one making a mark in the tech world.
Stanley Henkeman, executive director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation, discusses his life and work.