Is South Africa embracing Renewable Energy ?
Published on Sep 25, 2018
POWER WEEK is the 4th annual international conference & summit, design for the electric power and energy industry. It provides 5 days of networking opportunities with...


Marie Stopes revamp to re- energize reproductive health for women and men
Published on Sep 21, 2018
Established in 1993 Marie Stopes South Africa is the country’s largest non-profit provider of sexual and reproductive healthcare services.

Is there a link between crime and poverty?
Published on Sept 12, 2018
The release of the crime statistics by Police Minister Bheki Cele this week left the country reeling and numb with shock. 57 people are killed everyday.

Diepsloot Learners use robotics to solve community problems
Published on Sept 11, 2018
The AI & Robotics for the Future learning experience engages Diepsloot learners and educators in exploring advanced AI technologies such as automation, machine learning, pattern recognition and neural networks.

3rd child dies from suspected poisoning
Published on Sept 12, 2018
A third child has died from suspected poisoning in Katlehong, East of Johannesburg. Two of his siblings died yesterday having suffered similar symptoms. Gauteng MEC for Education, Panyaza Lesufi, is visiting the school

Wheelchair Tennis in South Africa is still growing to greater heights
Published on Sept 10, 2018
Wheelchair Tennis South Africa (WTSA) was established as a non-profit company in 2005 when a handful of players, including Craig Fairall and Kevin Smith, came together with a collective vision of formalising and developing wheelchair tennis into a mainstream sport.

1000 kids touch the sky with the Children's Flight initiative
Published on Sept 7, 2018
The Children’s Flight’s origins lie in a music video called ‘Paper Plane’, which is essentially about a child with a Dream to fly, but on a deeper level it’s about anyone with a dream.

Life Healthcare tackles biggest disability in the country
Published on Sept 7, 2018
According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) an estimated 253 million people globally live with vision impairment, 36 million are blind and 217 million have moderate to severe vision impairment.

Veteran public servants honoured
Published on Sept 7, 2018
The South African Association of Public Administration and Management has honoured the late Dr Zola Skweyiya and the founding chairperson of the Public Service Commission, Professor Stan Sangweni, with Lifetime Achievement Awards.

Are elephants slowly disappearing like ice-bergs?
Published on Aug 24 2018
A giant life-size elephant ice sculpture slowly melted at Melrose Arch, Johannesburg, on the 12th of August dramatically symbolising the disappearance of elephants due to poaching.

Facebook talks about female entrepreneurs
Published Aug 19, 2018
Facebook has released research detailing how women who want to start their own businesses have the potential to boost the South African economy by 175-billion-rand.

Social Show
Published on Sept 12, 2018
The Social Show discusses all things to do with community development, entreprenuership and sustainable development.

JAM Makeover International
Published Sept 9, 2018
JAM focuses on eradicating starvation in Africa by providing millions of children with a nutritious meal each day.


Social Show Episode 4
Published on Sep 20, 2018
Catch up on the latest CSI news in South Africa with Viwe Tyolwana.