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Is South Africa a happy nation? List of the happiest countries in the world 2019

Latest ranking of the happiest countries in the world - How happy is South Africa?

2019 list of happiest countries in the world - Where does South Africa fall?
Unsuspecting woman aided by community as she gives birth next to road

Unsuspecting woman aided by community as she gives birth next to road

An unsuspecting woman was recently aided by her community when she went into labour. The mother was reportedly unaware of the pregnancy.

Unsuspecting woman aided by community as she gives birth next to road
Reactions: Man pays for girlfriend's studies, she marries another man

Mzansi reacts: Man sponsors girlfriend through school, she leaves him

Briefly.co.za recently shared the story of a man who was left heartbroken when a woman he sponsored through school for four years left him for another man. His story quickly blew up on social media. Here's what Mzansi had to say.

Mzansi reacts: Man sponsors girlfriend through school, she leaves him
Lady claims dead friend came back to life because of her prayers

Lady claims dead friend came back to life because of her prayers

A Nigerian lady identified as Eketi Edima Ette on Facebook has shared a miraculous story about how a friend of hers came back to life barely 24 hours after she died. Here is how she revealed that her friend came back.

Lady claims dead friend came back to life because of her prayers
Community outraged after pupils drown in flood while walking to school

Community outraged after pupils drown in flood while walking to school

6 students drowned on their way to school after being washed away in a flash flood. The students were crossing a river when the water overwhelmed them. The flood took place near Popopo village in the Eastern Cape.

Community outraged after pupils drown in flood while walking to school
SAHRC reveals black people still face brunt of racial indignity

Statistics show black people still bear the brunt of racial indignity

The SA Human Rights Commission has revealed statistics that show black South Africans still bear the brunt of racial indignity and inequality.

Statistics show black people still bear the brunt of racial indignity
Arthur Bartman, former Kaizer Chiefs keeper, has passed away aged 46

Former Kaizer Chiefs keeper Arthur Bartman dies aged 46

Arthur Bartman, former Kaizer Chiefs keeper, has passed away aged 46. Tributes have been pouring in for the icon, whose career spanned over 15 years.

Former Kaizer Chiefs keeper Arthur Bartman dies aged 46
Woman creates solar-powered school bags that are uplifting kids’ lives

Woman invents innovative new schoolbags from plastic for Mzansi’s kids

South Africans were left teary-eyed and inspired after witnessing the contribution made by Thato Kgatlhanye. The incredible woman has transformed the lives of millions of kids with her solar-powered schoolbags made from plastic.

Woman invents innovative new schoolbags from plastic for Mzansi’s kids
Man moves heaven and earth to help family after they were evicted

The real Mzansi: Man seeks help for his 'favourite fam' after eviction

One man’s selfless actions to assist a struggling family is moving other South Africans to give. After donating to them generously before, he has now moved heaven and earth again after they were evicted from their home.

The real Mzansi: Man seeks help for his 'favourite fam' after eviction
Photo of mother-daughter flight crew inspires social media

Social media user posts inspiring photo of mother-daughter flight crew

A social media user recently took to Twitter with a photo of a mother-daughter flight crew. He shared the photo with his followers with a caption in which he charged other women to be inspired by the lovely family.

Social media user posts inspiring photo of mother-daughter flight crew
Meet the talented artist who makes beautiful artwork using old tyres

Artist grabs attention for making amazing sculptures from tyres

Nkwocha Ernest is a talented Lagos-based artist who creates stunning artwork pieces using condemned and used tyres. A social media user shared some photos of his works online, leaving many impressed by his creativity.

Artist grabs attention for making amazing sculptures from tyres
Cyclone Idai death toll may well rise to 1 000 in Mozambique

Cyclone Idai death toll may well rise to 1 000 in Mozambique

The death toll following Cyclone Idai looks set to rise greatly as rescue efforts continue. The numbers are expected to exceed 1 000.

Cyclone Idai death toll may well rise to 1 000 in Mozambique
Jobseeker tells how learnership opportunity turned out to be a scam

Jobseeker tells how learnership opportunity turned out to be a scam

An anonymous source has come forward to tell how unemployed youths were scammed out of their money by a man offering learnership opportunities.

Jobseeker tells how learnership opportunity turned out to be a scam
Shooter behind New Zealand mosque attacks compares himself to Mandela

New Zealand mosque shooter compares himself to Nelson Mandela

The gunman who killed 50 people when he opened fire on two New Zealand mosques reportedly compared himself to Nelson Mandela in his manifesto. The shooter - right-wing terrorist, Brenton Tarrant - shared the manifesto online.

New Zealand mosque shooter compares himself to Nelson Mandela
Man heartbroken after woman he sponsored through school leaves him

Man heartbroken after woman he sponsored through school leaves him

Twitter Nigeria is currently buzzing with reactions after a story of a heartbroken man, who was dumped by his girlfriend of four years, went viral on the platform. She reportedly left him to marry someone else.

Man heartbroken after woman he sponsored through school leaves him
ANC dismiss claims that Magashule said it doesn't need white votes

ANC dismiss claims that Magashule said it doesn't need white votes

Reports have been doing the rounds that Ace Magashule said the ruling party doesn't need white votes. However, the African National Congress denies this vehemently and called it sensationalism.

ANC dismiss claims that Magashule said it doesn't need white votes
National executives will no longer fly first class says Ayanda Dlodlo

No more first class flights for national executives - Ayanda Dlodlo

Public Service and Administration Minister, Ayanda Dlodlo, has announced that the time that national executives flew first class is over. This is part of the plan to lower the high public service wage bill.

No more first class flights for national executives - Ayanda Dlodlo
Bags of dirt from crash site given to plane crash victims’ families

Families of Ethiopian Airlines crash victims given bags of dirt to bury

Officials have started to give families affected by the recent Ethiopian Airlines tragedy soil from the crash site. The families want to be able to bury the remains of their loved ones but idetification could take 6 months.

Families of Ethiopian Airlines crash victims given bags of dirt to bury
Cape Carnival pictures illustrate the beauty and creativity of Mzansi

Pictures from the Cape Carnival prove that Mzansi has the ‘gees’

Mzansi's Cape Carnival, held anually in the mother city, is always a sight to behold. This year was no exception. 2019's theme was 'Rise and Shine' and carnival-goers pulled out all the stops!

Pictures from the Cape Carnival prove that Mzansi has the ‘gees’
Experts are skeptical about Eskom’s excuse for stage 4 load shedding

Experts are skeptical about Eskom’s excuse for stage 4 load shedding

Eskom has claimed that the move to stage 4 load shedding is due to broken down power units and loss of imports from Mozambique, due to Cyclone Idai. However, some experts remain skeptical, and are adamant there are solutions.

Experts are skeptical about Eskom’s excuse for stage 4 load shedding
South African police force form new union and threaten to strike

SAPS officers still threatening to strike, have formed workers' union

Despite meeting with Police Minister Bheki Cele, the SAPS wants to continue with a planned strike over unhappiness within the force. The officers joined a new workers' union and want to strike on Monday.

SAPS officers still threatening to strike, have formed workers' union
Eskom has announced stage 4 loadshedding for today, 17 March

Eskom has announced stage 4 loadshedding for today, 17 March

Loadshedding has been implemented throughout Saturday night and stage 4 loadshedding is in the cards for Sunday, 17 March between 8 am and 11 pm. Eskom put the blame on a decline in water reserves that supplements power generation

Eskom has announced stage 4 loadshedding for today, 17 March
Mzansi chuckles at the most ridiculous video of man opening can

Mzansi chuckles at the most ridiculous video of man opening can

A viral video shared at the end of 2018 has resurfaced and Mzansi is still laughing uncontrollably. The clip shows a man opening a can of beans with a knife, only for viewers to point out that there was much easier way.

Mzansi chuckles at the most ridiculous video of man opening can
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