Popular media personality, Ayanda-Allie Paine, proudly showcased a traditional South African outfit during a visit to the US State of Delaware's Senate and House of Representatives recenty. Find out more on Briefly.
A lady who made a promise to her family members and to herself that she was going to become a medical doctor has fulfilled her promise. The young lady had made the promise at a young age. Her mom was there to celebrate with her.
The Senegalese Football Federation (FSF) has called on the world's football governing body, FIFA, to review its fair play ruling which saw the West African nation crash out of the 2018 World Cup in Russia on Thursday, June 28.
South Africa has joined a group of nearly 50 African countries in the African Union’s (AU) African Continental Free Trade Area. Minister of Trade and Industry Rob Davies confirmed that South Africa had signed the document.
Senegal’s national coach Aliou Cisse has made headlines after his side became the only African team to register a win at the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. Cisse is also the only black coach at the 2018 tournament.
Cristiano Ronaldo continued his fine goal scoring form at the FIFA World Cup in Russia as he powered Portugal to a 1-0 win against Morocco on Wednesday,June 20. His header in the 4th minute of the game took his tally to four goals
Senegal's fans made Africa proud with their thoughtful act and good behaviour after the Senegal-Poland game in the FIFA World Cup 2018. The fans decided to clean up after themselves and make the work easier for cleaners.
Russia who are the host of the 2018 FIFA World Cup have qualified for the round of 16 of the championship after beating the Pharaohs of Egypt 3-1 in the second Group A game. Mohamed Salah scored for Egypt in this game.
A secondary student who is a transgender has broken records after she completed a 100 meter dash and 200 meter dash in seconds. The young girl finished her race in 11.72 seconds and 24.17 seconds. Read on Briefly
A campaign called Unheard Voices, was launched May this year. The campaign shares real-life stories of people across Africa who are lesbian, gay, bi, transgender or prostitutes, and how they have been accepted by their families.
Ethiopia is set to follow the example set by Rwanda and will become to second regional country to allow other African visitors to enter the country without the need to arrange a visa. Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed announced the plan.
A young man identified as Prince Neche Eze Gburugburu on Facebook has taken to social media to share a conversation of how his female friend finally agreed to go on a date with him eight years after he asked her out.
Briefly.co.za has come across the story of a young Nigerian lady who made history and broke a record of 147 years at a prestigious university in the United States. The lady identified simply as Otitoju made first class.
Dawie Scholtz gave his predictions after the ANC elections drive last weekend. The analyst commented that the DA needs to dig deep to keep up with the ANC as popularity towards the party was at an all time high over the weekend
Self-made millionaire Vusi Thebekwayo recently tweeted a clip by former President Thabo Mbeki. In the clip Mbeki speaks about what it means to live in Africa. While some tweeps agreed, others responded with cynicism to the clip
A Nigerian man has caused quite a buzz on social media after he bought a brand new car for one of his staff. According to the story, he did it to appreciate his commitment and dedication to the company. Read more.
A 22 year old man from Kahuaga village of Kanyenyaini ward in Kangema Muranga County named Samuel Muraguri Mwangi has become an unsung hero. This was after he was photographed chasing two elephants which had raided the village.
Despite receiving warnings about the state of his country's finances, the Swazi King has splurged again, this time on a 50th birthday present to himself. He has spent R2.7bn on a new plane and it's own parking space
“Ramaphosa is too white. That’s why he even blames his parents for being black. ‘Why am I not born in the Van der Merwe family or something?’” Malema said much to the amusement of the laughing crowd in Pretoria.
However, it wasn’t all doom and gloom. While in the African nation, videos of the brand ambassador showed that regardless of where she is in the world, sometimes it is the small moments that touch our hearts most of all.
EFF leader, Julius Malema said the president should be accountable for deaths in Marikana, and for buying a buffalo for R18m. "This man is worth billions. Why can't he take half of what he is worth and give it to the poor?"
There are those that are not so easily convinced that this new President is the answer to all our woes, and looking at the similarities of Zuma and Ramaphosa's first 100 days in office, we have to say, their argument in convincing