48-year-old Bonisiwe Hlongwa worked as a domestic worker for more than 10 years until 2003 when she got married. She has now graduated with a teaching diploma and has already landed a job as a Grade R teacher. More on Briefly.
Lindokuhle Shezi studies at Glenwood High School in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. He won praise recently for using his annual savings to buy gifts for women living at the Haven of Hope Homeless Shelter. More on Briefly.co.za.
Linda Mthethwa, the infamous KwaZulu-Natal groom seen in a viral video apparently being disrespectful to his bride during their wedding, says he has no regrets whatsoever. Find out more about it on Briefly.co.za.
Sthembiso Gumbo is an inspirational man from Ntuzuma in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal. He went from being a gardener to running his own private ambulance service, which he named Afromed Medical Services. More on Briefly.co.za.
27-year-old Nkosi Phungula is an ambitious entrepreneur in Port Shepstone, KwaZulu-Natal. His started Foodie Kings, a successful chilli sauce business, with just R30 in his pocket. Find out more about it on Briefly.
A viral video shows the nerve-wracking moment a snake catcher caught a highly venomous 1.4-metre Mozambique spitting cobra. The scary incident happened in Verulam, KwaZulu-Natal. Watch the video on Briefly.co.za.
Nokuthula Dladla is the founder of KwaZulu-Natal-based Megaphase Roads and Civil. She has scripted an amazing success story after rising from a petrol attendant position to CEO of her own company. More on Briefly.
Kerryn Rae Hugo and her mom, from Pietermaritzburg in KwaZulu-Natal, have started an online fundraising campaign to help their domestic worker rebuild her dilapidated home. Find out more about it on Briefly.co.za.
Nyamvubu agricultural cooperative, which is located in KwaZulu-Natal, is a shining example of how to make money in the agricultural sector. It has 33 members and has created well over 200 jobs. Learn more about it on Briefly.
27-year-old Londiwe Zulu is making a huge mark in the transport sector as a talented tug master. Londiwe works with Transnet at Richards Bay port. She hopes to see more women joining the maritime transport sector.
Respected US magazine, Time, recently released its first annual list of 50 most genius companies — and two South African companies feature in it. They are Cape Town's AgriProtein and KwaZulu-Natal's Wonderbag. More on Briefly.
Time Magazine has named the Wonderbag, South Africa's magical cooking bag, as one of the world's genius products. Created by Sarah Collins in 2008, Wonderbag heats food for up to 12 hours without using electricity.
King Goodwill Zwelithini wants President Ramaphosa to guarantee that no Zulu land will be used for land reform. The king wants President Ramaphosa to pay him a visit and have it in black and white that rural land is safe.
The EFF is working on becoming the second largest political party in South Africa.They're is also ready to govern SA. According to Shivambu, the ANC is filled with incompetent politicians and should be replaced.
24-year-old Thandukuthula "Thando" Khambule is a traditional healer from Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal. He has a passion for fashion and is on a mission to spread the idea of a modern sangoma to the youth. More on Briefly.
Thobeka and Senzelwa Mthembu are two KwaZulu-Natal-born sisters who teamed up to start their own a travel company called The Lived Experience. It encourages young people to travel and explore their cities across South Africa.
Beverley Gumbi is the founder and CEO of Isivuno Container Business. It refurbishes old shipping containers and converts them into business units. It then sells or rents them. Read more about her entrepreneurial ideas here.
Despite being just 16 years old and still in school, Snikiwe Xaba, from KwaZulu-Natal, founded skincare brand Natural:Me® in December 2017. She comes from a poor background and even sold sweets to make ends meet.
Julian Stobbs and Myrtle Clarke are known as the Dagga Couple. They are the ones who successfully fought for decriminalisation of private cannabis use. Julian is originally from England while Myrtle grew up in KwaZulu-Natal.
The National Freedom Party asked President Ramaphosa yet again to declare a state of emergency in KZN. The alarming political killings are a big worry to the NFP, as 80 politicians have been murdered since 2011.
Durban-based entrepreneur Bongi Shangase founded Shangase Brands in 2010. The 53-year-old businesswoman started off with a cosmetics line known as Skin Radiant. She then launched detergent brand Oh So Bright in 2016.
A proud uncle took to Twitter recently to praise his niece who overcame great odds to graduate with a Social Science degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He said his niece lost both parents and her eyesight.