Members of the political party Black First Land First are accused of a racial attack on a female member of the Johannesburg Bar council. According to BLF, the members were responding to a racist who provoked them.
Thandi Ngubane, a Johannesburg-based woman, has shared how she went from being a domestic worker to a professional nurse. She further revealed that she was raised in a shack by a single parent. More on Briefly.co.za.
24-year-old Cheyenne Grobler, an honest woman based in Johannesburg, is determined to find the real owner of a ring she found at Sandton City shopping mall recently. Her social media appeal has gone viral. More on Briefly.
Learners from disadvantaged backgrounds in Diepsloot, Johannesburg, got a chance to explore the world of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics recently. They participated in the "AI & Robotics for the Future’ programme.
A young woman in Johannesburg turned to Twitter recently to help her unemployed brother get a job. She posted a picture of her brother holding a placard that outlined his qualifications and experience. See more on Briefly.
Marvin Khani is a young man based in Boksburg, Gauteng. He recently blessed his dad with a new set of wheels and shared the photos on Twitter. His followers applauded him for his generous and inspiring gesture.
A distraught man in Johannesburg says that his girlfriend left him because he doesn't have any money. The man, whose name is Prince, shared his story on Humans of New York's Facebook page. More on Briefly.co.za.
Tebogo Selebi recently shared several cute photos of himself and his girlfriend, Lerato Alexis Falasie, on Twitter. His wish to marry Lerato warmed the hearts of thousands of tweeps. Find out more about it on Briefly.co.za.
25-year-old Bakani Ngulani is an entrepreneur from Midrand, Johannesburg. He shared a hilarious Twitter post recently about his wish of winning millions in the Lotto. He had just won R25, which he used to buy guards breakfast.
An unnamed construction worker made a startling claim that despite building houses for 25 years, he still lives in a shack. Humans of New York's Facebook page recently shared the man's story. Read it on Briefly.co.za.
Johannesburg graveyards are slowly running out of space for new graves and is asking residents to start considering other burial options like cremation. Of the 38 cemeteries of Johannesburg, only 4 have space for new burials.
Tumi Carter Katisi is a young pilot based in Johannesburg. She has inspired thousands across the world with her story of how she became a pilot against all odds. Her story was shared on Humans of New York's Facebook page.
Johannesburg Metropolitan Police Department (JMPD) officers have won praise for rejecting a R25,000 bribe from a suspect who was driving a stolen car. The arrested the suspect. Find out more about it on Briefly.co.za.
Sibahle Zwane, the Soweto boy who wowed cops and South Africans at large with his math skills recently, has received a life-changing scholarship. Curro Holdings has offered him a scholarship at its new school in Soweto.
At just 23 years old, Khanyisa Mbanya is already an entrepreneur inspiring thousands of South Africans on Twitter. Her company is known as Impactors Construction and Services. Find out more about her on Briefly.
Khanyi Moshia is a Johannesburg-based copywriter and community manager who holds a BA in Corporate Communications. For her, achieving success isn't enough — she's on a mission to inspire young girls to succeed as well.
Hilary Cox Condron is a British artist based in Cambridge, UK, In a recent Twitter thread, she revealed that a Johannesburg street boy and his friends were her greatest teachers. Read more about her experience on Briefly.
The City of Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba, took to Twitter recently to send his wife, Connie Mashaba, a warm message on the occasion of her birthday. His message warmed the hearts of thousands of Twitter users.
The City of Johannesburg announced on Tuesday that it had approved a resolution to rename William Nicol Drive to Winnie Madikizela-Mandela Drive. Gauteng transport MEC Ismail Vadi confirmed that the council had approved the plan.
Bianca Spinner, the editor of Hello Joburg Magazine, has discovered that she's expecting a baby two years after a doctor told her she couldn't fall pregnant naturally. She shared the heartwarming news on Twitter.
The City of Ekurhuleni council has approved plans to expropriate four plots of land without compensation. Ekurhuleni mayor Mzwandile Masina said the council wanted to test the limits of section 25 of the Constitution.
South Africa's students are tired of paying what they consider too high prices for accommodation. Students recently marched to Johannesburg Mayor Mashaba's offices to give him a memorandum about their complaints.