1. Viral video shows learner openly challenging a teacher: "Where is this all going?"
The video was shared on social media this week, which showed a learner openly calling out a teacher, much to the entertainment of her peers.
Briefly.co.za saw the video after it was posted on Twitter by @crimeairnetwork on Monday.
"Learner openly challenges teacher. Where is this all going?" the video was captioned.
2. Video shows motorist ramming into school kids, who were blocking the road
Earlier this week, a video was shared on social media which showed a motorist ploughing through school kids.
A video has gone viral on social media which showed a motorist ramming his car into a crowd of high school pupils.
Briefly.co.za learned the video was shared on Twitter on 18 September, and reportedly took place at the Allen Glen High School in Roodepoort. According to Jacaranda FM, the SAPS has opened an investigation into the matter and hope to arrest the culprit soon.
3. Man turns farm in into profitable business, now the government wants it back
When Mfana Sithole, 61, took over control of Richtershoek Farm, situated outside Malelane in Mpumalanga, it was nothing more than a rundown piece of land with looted equipment.
Sithole started to lease the land in 2009 after 72 farm workers failed in a government funded farm project.
Briefly.co.za learned the farm workers were given the R27.5 million farm with all the necessary equipment, but they ended up failing miserably and within just three years there was nothing left on the farm and they even looted the equipment.
However, to Sithole the multi million rand failed farm was a diamond in the rough and he saw potential.
However, Sithole received the shock of his life when he heard the government refused to renew his lease contract now.
4. Beautiful Kaizer Chiefs supporter makes Twitter super thirsty
A beautiful supporter of Kaizer Chiefs left many tweeps super thirsty after posting stunning photos of herself earlie this week.
The Johannesburg-based lady, who calls herself Amahle on Twitter, showed off her generous backside and all-round beauty in the pics.
The photos immediately went viral, garnering a whopping 8,300 likes and 750 retweets so far, Briefly.co.za gathered.
5. KZN girl, 16, creates thriving skincare business while still in school
A 16-year-old girl from KwaZulu-Natal has started her own skincare business despite being still in school.
Snikiwe Xaba founded skincare brand Natural:Me® in December 2017, Briefly.co.za learned.
In a post on the brand's Facebook page, Snikiwe said: [Natural:Me®] is committed to produce the purest products and to promote clean, healthier living.
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