BLF leader, Andile Mnxgitama, asserted that the party was willing to take up arms if they're stopped from participating in elections, after FF+ withdrew application to have the party barred.
A private security guard proved to be no match for 3 brazen robbers who broke into a vehicle and stole items before driving away from the scene. A video of the robbery was shared online.
Inspired by philanthropic public figures, a woman decided to attend the graduation of a stranger she met on Twitter because his family could not make it. Mzansi was inspired by her kindness.
South African artist, Nelson Makamo, will attend Harvard University as a visiting scholar. Makamo will be part of the university's Africa Week celebrations. The theme is 'Celebrating Progress', which is fitting for Makamo's work.
Police officers in Johannesburg were praised for helping a woman who was stranded by the roadside. They said fixing her car would be quicker than waiting for roadside assistance.
A young graduate inspired others and sent special message to her own inspiration, actress Nomzamo Mbata. "Thank you for showing black girls its possible," she wrote.
A young man graduated from Wits after a long and tumultuous journey. He came to South Africa from Zimbabwe hoping to find a job after his UK visa application was unsuccessful. Professors from Wits advised him to specialise.
A video showing a preschool teacher smacking a young child who had just vomited outraged many South Africans on social media, who demanded to know if action was being taken.
Phumzile van Damme celebrated the day her husband, Stian Tvede Karlsen proposed to her. She says they've been together for eight years and married for two.
South Africans praised Rasta for his recent accurate paintings which seemed to be a significant improvement on his original work. Many social media users remarked that they missed his original unique style.
South Africans rallied behind an angry UJ student who expressed his frustrations with the university's management at his graduation. Many users applauded his bravery while others felt it was not the best platform.
Social media users shared their appreciation for how South Africans always seem able to find an innovative solution to any problem, after seeing a video of some unique examples .
Two Mpumalanga SAPS offices were praised for refusing a bribe of R 42 000 from a suspect. They took the suspect to the station and charged him with bribery as well as the initial charge of impersonating a security guard.
Senamile Masango is set to graduate cum laude with a Master's degree in Nuclear Physics. She's overcome many challenges on her journey from KwaNongoma but is determined to live her dreams of exploring space.
A thirteen-year-old boy made his mother extremely proud after he gave her with a car he earned doing some extra work. His mom was surprised and at a loss for words. She expressed her love and pride for her son on social media.
Ishmail returned a wallet he found in the bathroom by phoning a number he found inside it. The number belonged to Etta Cilliers who was so moved by Ishmail's integrity that she decided to help him find a job.
A woman who is obsessed with the UK royal family, dresses up like Kate Middleton and shares photos of herself online. She enjoys searching for outfits that had been worn by Kate and values finding exact replicas.
A single mom who lost many family members in a fire, keeps the name tags from all the places she's worked while studying to become a nurse. She says they motivate her to keep striving to achieve her doctorate.
Twitter users rallied behind a seven-year-old golfer to help him and his father get Australian visas. The golfer was representing the country at a prestigious tournament. His father appealed to Fikile Mbalula on Twitter for help.
A young woman shared how her father demanded R2k from her. When she informed him she did not have it, he reminding her of how he lent her R1k in 2015 and said she must return it.
A South African company based in Durban, Trellidor, has been recognised internationally after one of its security gate designs was ranked as the best and will be used in the London underground station.
A young woman celebrated accepting her degree by doing a Zulu dance which inspired South Africans on social media. Many appreciated UKZN for allowing her and other graduates to express themselves.