Kgosigadi, a dashing bride in Johannesburg, looked absolutely radiant on her wedding day over the weekend despite being in a wheelchair. Photos of her wedding have gone viral on Twitter. See them on Briefly.co.za.
Sphelele Dludla, a Johannesburg-based journalist, took to Twitter recently to wish his mom, who was turning 59, a happy birthday. Tweeps also sent his mom their best wishes and remarked that she looks much younger.
35-year-old Precious Thamaga is the founder to top Johannesburg-based party planning agency Precious Celebrations. She has had to overcome several hurdles to achieve success. Read more about her on Briefly.co.za.
Sindisiwe van Zyl, a popular Johannesburg-based doctor, has shared how she overcame the 2013 loss of her mom. She swore never to wear black after her mom's death. However, she can now finally wear black without crying.
Lisolami Zikode, a Johannesburg-based woman has paid a heartfelt tribute on Facebook to her brother who took her through university. She shared a photo of herself and her brother at her graduation. More on Briefly.
Emily Sakulwa, a 100-year-old gogo from Dimbaza in the Eastern Cape took to the skies for the first time ever in her life thanks to Kulula.com, Talk Radio 702, and Europcar. She flew to Johannesburg and then Cape Town.
ANC's head of elections Fikile Mbalula wants Johannesburg Mayour Herman Mashaba to take responsibility for the death of three firefighters. The men died while fighting the fire in a government-used building in Johannesburg.
Marang Setshwaelo is a Johannesburg-based publicist and entrepreneur. She took to Twitter recently to mark the 16th anniversary of her fiancé's death, which she referred to as her "personal 9-11." Read more on Briefly.co.za.
South Africans were sorrowed to find out that 3 brave firefighters lost their lives during their battle against the blaze in the Health Department building in JHB. One of the firefighters told his fiancé that he was going to die.
A gang of robbers were arrested in Johannesburg after aerial and ground crews swooped in on them. There was a shootout and two suspects were injured while the police suffered no wounds. The suspects were arrested.
A family of 15 in Ekurhuleni previously lived in a dilapidated one-roomed shack that got flooded when it rained. SAPS officers and community members linked up to give their shack a R50,000 makeover. More on Briefly.co.za.
Ayanda Tshabalala, an entrepreneurial young man in Johannesburg, has started his own dishwashing business that does house calls. South Africans on Twitter have offered him support and encouragement. More on Briefly.
The fire that engulfed the government-used building in Johannesburg on Wednesday cost 3 lives. It is believed the government was warned about the dangerous state of the building but they chose to ignore warnings.
Ntsieng Mokgoro an award-winning playwright and director, is using theatre to empower women and children in Alexandra township, Johannesburg. She is the founder of Olive Tree Theatre. Read more about her on Briefly.
Zinhle Ngwenya is a member of The Bridge Group of Advocates. She holds an LLB from the University of Johannesburg as well as a Certificate in Energy Law from Wits University. Find out more about her on Briefly.co.za.
36-year-old Sibusiso Sibiya, from Ekurhuleni in Gauteng, does not have any formal qualifications in mechanical engineering. However, he has built his own car and claims he got instructions from his ancestors showing him how.
A dedicated pointsman has won praise for going beyond the call of duty after he was pictured helping a schoolboy cross a busy road in the Lanseria and Malibongwe area of Johannesburg. Read more about it on Briefly.co.za.
Mpumi Ngwenya tried many times to get an offer to study Medicine to no avail. However, he never gave up on his dream. He took to Twitter recently to reveal that he has finally received a firm offer to start next year.
Gauteng police have confirmed that the death toll rose to three after the latest spate of xenophobic looting of foreign-owned shops in White City, Soweto. Police confirmed that the violence has since spread to Daveyton.
Mbalentle Sipengane took over the running of her family's poultry farm, Monzai Eggs, in 2016. Although she is just 24 years old, but she's already proving that age and gender are no barriers to farming. More on Briefly.
Johannesburg-based Sihle Maake is a beautiful and successful woman in the mining industry. She showed off her brand new Range Rover on Twitter recently and tweeps congratulated her. Read more about it on Briefly.
Charmaine Maphutha, a young and brave lady based in Johannesburg, lost her baby boy during her pregnancy at 38 weeks. She paid a heartfelt tribute to her son on Twitter, referring to him as "an angel in heaven."