A shopper in Port Elizabeth forgot a parcel in a trolley. Derrick, the local car guard, found it, but instead of keeping quiet and taking the parcel, he decided to return it to the shop it was bought from. He is a true hero.
While it's a huge personal achievement to finally graduate, one woman expressed how thanks to her mother's hard work, she was able to study. She wrote: "The one thing she slaved for, was the education of her kids."
Oh, you have to love Mzansi. Tommy narrated how he went on an amusement ride that totally scared his socks off. He explained it was his white friends' idea, but after the ride, he hilariously decided he was done with them.
While Jacob Zuma faces many battles, his family took some downtime on the beach recently. One of his stunning wives, Thobeka Madiba-Zuma, took to social media to show her her beautiful children and their family fun day.
Winning the Lotto jackpot can be life changing. This rang true for a Rustenburg mom, 44, who will now begin her journey to becoming educated. Apart from chasing her education dream, she also wants to buy a house.
It's not every day you lose your wallet and get it back again. But, Themba Mthembu would not rest until the lost wallet he found was returned to its owner. To thank him, the man whose wallet it was organised Themba new wheels.
With Christmas around the corner, one kind man took it upon himself to bless a family with groceries after the father lost his job. It's the stuff dreams are made of. Just before the Samaritan leaves, he prays for the family.
A Durban Metro Police Officer was caught on camera slapping a motorist they pulled over. It's believed the driver gave the officers grief and threatened them. One of the officers couldn't take it anymore and slapped the man.
A video of a man driving a car using his feet has Mzansi both amused and angered. In the video, the man sits back in his car seat, while controlling the steering with his feet. He even hoots and waves with his foot.
Jacob Zuma a chess master? A Twitter user wrote: "Never forget that when his comrades were studying for law degrees on Robben Island, Jacob Zuma was learning to become a Chess master.He’s the number one chess player in the ANC."
A video has surfaced online showing hundreds of people flocking to a truck carrying alcohol after it broke down. A man filmed the looting and is heard saying: "This is stealing. You are stealing." It's unclear where it happened.
Being a newcomer on social media can be overwhelming and scary. Last week, former president, Jacob Zuma, decided it was time to join social media. Saffas were quick to school uBaba on the do's and don'ts of social media.
There's nothing more amazing to watch than a person going out their way to make another person's day. A conservancy went out its way to make a KZN beach wheelchair friendly. Photos of a beach goer warmed the hearts of Mzansi.
When life gives you lemons, make lemonade. This saying rang true for Neville Manchu, who got stranded when his tyre burst recently. After an hour of trying to get help, Neville almost gave up, but two 'ooms' stopped to help.
Ntombizodwa Merriam Mahlangu had a dream to one day be a graduate. Luckily, nine years ago she started working for a woman who shared her dream and believed in her. This is the inspiring story of a domestic worker who graduated.
Prof Raymond Suttner forfeited a chance to get his master's in law 49 years ago, but this week, he was awarded his degree. He withdrew his thesis, because he was asked to withdraw a quote from a communist, but he refused.
Taxi drivers are often in the news for all the wrong reasons, but this time, they made news headlines for the kindness they showed a student after he was in a motorbike crash. Citizens praised the drivers for keeping him safe.
Former president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has joined Twitter. He posted in a video he felt it was time to join this important area of conversation: "I hear many people are talking about me." He wants to engage with citizens.
Heroes don't always wear capes, sometimes they wear a manager's badge. Nelly Malinga has been hailed a hero on social media after she saved a little boy when he stopped breathing at the restaurant she works for.
There is kindness in every person's heart. This is evident by the actions of Sello Maluleka, who ran after Evert Swart when he forgot the money he had drawn in an ATM back in 2016. Evert took to social media to thank his hero.
Buying your first home can be daunting and scary, but once the paperwork is done and all the hard work is done, it is one of the most rewarding events in life. Era Baloyi recently showed off the first home he bought.
Graduating as a doctor is already a super accomplishment, but taking home one distinction after another is on another level. Dr Aliya Mukadam graduated at Tuks recently, while her proud mother watched, also from the stage.