Delayed justice is no justice
The Dube community in Soweto is concerned that there will be no justice served in a case of a man accused of murdering one of their own, after the suspect was released on parole. Ntsiki Mthethwa has more.
Shack fire heroes suffer for their bravery
Five men, who burned while trying to put out a shack fire in an informal settlement in Sol Plaatjie Municipality, say they are now suffering with no help from officials. Olebogeng Molale has more.
Tsonga royal family and governing its people
Though the role of royal families in society has changed since colonialism, many still play an important role in governance and leadership in the communities. Khopotso Chawane speaks to the Tsonga royal family about their role in governance.
Bushbuckridge communities disrupted by lack of water
Communities in Bushbuckridge in Mpumalanga live a hard life, as they often have to do without water. This has posed a threat to their health, access to education and physical safety. Hope Lebese has more.
Women's day events - more than just a party
Every year on August 9, South African women gather at different events to commemorate women's day. Lerato Bruno Nonkonyane speaks to some women about what these events mean to them.
DA up in arms over Capricorn municipality's new mayoral chain
The DA in the Capricorn district municipality in Limpopo is up in arms because the municipality wants to spend over R70k on a new mayoral chain for the executive mayor, Mamedupi Teffo. Mankelema Thema has more.
Healing the country through motivation
Twenty-two-year-old Thapelo Makopo, strives to alleviate poverty through youth empowerment seminars. Gontse Sello talks to him about the work they do in Mamelodi, a township northeast of Pretoria.