While South Africa celebrates Day of Reconciliation on the 16th of December, there's another reason why this day is historically important. On this day in 1995, Orlando Pirates won the African Championship Cup.
16 December is the day South Africans celebrate unity and the end of an oppressive era - apartheid. It is a day when a nation remembers the sacrifices that were made for their unity and the people that are to thank for it.
Being a mom is a wonderful, exhausting and fulfilling role that many women enjoy to the max. Khabonina has been a very happy mom, but recently took to social media to talk about the hilarious side of having a baby - bigger breasts
Finding a job in these tough economic times is not easy, even for the most brilliant graduates. With unemployment at 26%, South Africans are facing desperate times. And such times call for desperate measures - like using Twitter.
A video was shared on social media that shows an older woman violently removed from a taxi, and it has enraged South Africans. The young man's behaviour is condemned and social media users are hoping he will be found and punished.
Menzi Ngubane says he found a good wife and thought they only got married recently, the couple has been through a lot together. Menzi calls Sikelelwa Sishuba his diamond and won't allow anything or anyone to come between them.
We're so proud of Kwesta. Instead of taking international icon Rick Ross to Sandton or a flashy Mzansi hotel, he gave him a taste of real South Africa. He shared snaps of him introducing the rapper to his mom, and it gave us joy.
The Democratic Alliance vowed it will put Jacob Zuma behind bars for 15 years if they win the elections of 2019. The party's spokesperson, Solly Malatsi, said the government must punish corruption with time in prison.
Sho Madjozi and Sjava are making Mzansi proud - their albums are dominating the SA iTunes Charts. The two artists are making the kind of music that represents South Africa in an authentic way and fans are loving it.
Zoë Modiga has grown a lot since she first stepped onto the entertainment scene. The beautiful singer now has a lot more love for herself than she did when she first started out and has become proud of who she is.
The News24 editor-in-chief, Adriaan Basson, laid a charge of intimidation against an Economic Freedom Fighters supporter after the man threatened to kill him. The man sent Basson a message on social media platform Twitter.
Taraji Henson came to South Africa to spend some time doing charity work, making new friends and having fun the Mzansi way. When she learned the #gwaragwara dance in less than a minute, she left us in absolute awe.
Hlaudi Motsoeneng has extended an invitation to all aspiring politicians to join the ranks of his new political party, the African Content Movement. The presidental hopeful had been speaking at the launch of the ACM.
When frustration sets into the life of a person, anything can happen. Such is the case of a particular evangelist who was pushed to the wall by problems he was facing and made to start begging for a car on the streets.
The latest episode of #Scandal was quite satisfying to watch. Gabadiya got caught thanks to Quinton's courage, Captain Cohen woke up from his coma, and time is running out for the two conmen, Samson and Gregory.
South Africans were moved when the story of Gerbrandt Kotze came to light. The young man lost his battle with colon cancer but still graduated. His mother collected his degree and shares some insight into the emotions she felt.
A Liverpool fan was on Tuesday night, December 10 caught on camera describing Mohamed Salah's goal against Napoli in the Champions League at Anfield to a blind supporter identified as Mike Kearny in a touching moment.
Small acts of kindness makes the world go around. Those were the sentiments shared in a Facebook post involving a group of road workers. The men were praised by a motorist who rewarded their excellence with refreshments.
The City of Cape Town shared the notable achievement of Gakiem Mohamed recently. The Traffic officer obtained his BTech degree recently at the age of 55. He did this while juggling his full-time job and voluntary duties as well.
Xanthe Hunt is an academic force of nature. The 27-year-old has been hailed a genius and was awarded the Chancellor’s Medal at her University. Her 30 academic publications this year surpasses what many achieve in their careers.
With graduation season in full swing, Briefly.co.za decided to share some of the most inspirational graduation moments. While all graduates deserve praise for their dedication and hard work, these 5 people overcame extra odds.
President Ramaphosa spoke about the Bosasa incident in a recent interview, reiterating that he was not trying to be intentionally misleading when he had originally addressed the matter. This comes in response to a DA statement