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South Africans in all spheres of life and all around the world.

Happy 85th Birthday to Archbishop Tutu (on World Smile Day)

It's very fitting that as South Africans and the world celebrate the 85th birthday of one of the most inspiring and happiest men in...

Oprah Winfrey is now a Kovsie!

The University of the Free State awarded an honorary doctorate to Oprah Winfrey on Friday 24th June 2011, so now South Africa's favourite private...

The South African Who Gave the World the Deep Level Underground...

There are not many South Africans who have been honoured by having a statue of themselves erected in London... writes Peter Ball from The Heritage...

Remembering Steve Biko on What Would Have Been His 70th Birthday

Updated 18 December 2016: Search engine giant Google has honoured anti-apartheid hero Bantu Stephen Biko with a Google Doodle today, on what would have been his...

INSPIRING: South African Muso Sings for Road Accident Victim.

Yesterday, South African musician Seb Goldswain shared the following inspiring encounter he had with road accident victim, Kobus, on Facebook. Here is Seb's account, in...

Photographs from a Capetonian in the Peruvian Amazon…

South Africans are everywhere...even in the deepest forests of the Amazon! We caught up with Michael Langford, a Capetonian who is currently living in...

SA producer gets Olympics for Korea

Caroline Rowland, a Rhodes University journalism graduate, has helped the South Korean city of Pyeongchang win the bid to host the 2018 Winter Olympics, with her...

Nitanja Steyn: The Yearning of a South African Heart

South African expat Nitanja Steyn has lived in the Netherlands, the US and Germany since leaving SA in 2014. But no matter where she...
Darren Scott

Wishing Darren Scott a Speedy Recovery

Warm wishes have poured in for radio broadcaster Darren Scott's quick and full recovery after he undergoes an operation this morning to remove melanoma cancer...

A (Humorous) Guide to Animal Interactions in South Africa

One of the most mind-blowing things about South Africa is its wildlife... writes Phil Maloney. Have you ever watched the National Geographic channel on...

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