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Another gold for Wayde

Wayde van Niekerk is clearly in peak form. His latest triumph comes at the IAAF Diamond League met in Lausanne, Switzerland, where he took pole position once more in the Mens 400m race. Van Niekerk remains humble and focused, praising God and showing gratitude every

Financial justice for South Africans

Investigations by the National Credit Regulator (NCR) of South Africa have begun to turn the wheels of justice in citizens’ favour. A handful of large retail organisations were identified for charging club fees, in contravention of the National Credit Act. While findings are being appealed,

Mayor Mashaba walks the walk

South Africans are all too familiar with politicians who make promises on the campaign trail. City of Johannesburg Mayor, Herman Mashaba, continues to prove that his is a leadership of servitude. On 3 July 2017, the Democratic Alliance released an official statement which covered the

SA enters @PlasticFreeJuly

3 July marks International Plastic Bag Free Day, and South Africans have come together to show their support. Rethink The Bag tweeted their sale of non-plastic bags in partnership with the 2 Oceans Aquarium in Cape Town, and other activists, community members and organisations seem

Wade Van Niekerk, The Good News Company

Van Niekerk strikes again!

Years of intense training have been paying off for the South African sprinter and middle-distance runner, Wayde van Niekerk. Since smashing the world record at the last Olympic games, van Niekerk has constantly been in the limelight for his follow-up successes. It seems he is

Satellites, The Good News Company

SA teens launch Africa’s first private space satellite

Africa’s first private satellite was launched in May 2017, to observe the continent’s weather pattern shifts. The monumental achievement had formed part of a high-school science, technology, engineering and mathematics boot camp (STEM). 14 of South Africa’s brightest teenage girls set their names in the

Harvard University, The Good News Company

Next step for Umlazi’s young hero

Mfundo Radebe, in 2016, was awarded a R900k scholarship to attend Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. His flawless academic and social investment record, for his age, have wowed esteemed professionals across the globe, especially in light of his personal background. Radebe is no stranger to

Capitec Bank, The Good News Company

Capitec named best bank in the world

For the second consecutive year, South Africa’s Capitec Bank has been ranked as the best bank in the world by Lafferty Group’s Global Bank Quality Benchmark. The UK-based international banking advisory group, Lafferty, combines financial and non-financial methods to produce annual reports. The resulting data

JHB Mayor sets a fine example for the world

Muslim communities around the world celebrated Eid-al-Fitr over Sunday 25th and Monday 26th June 2017. As the Muslim faith continues to receive harsh criticism in Europe and the Americas, other countries and political leaders have made the concerted effort to show solidarity and love to

Dutch Inventor tackles oceanic pollution

Boyan Slat, at just 19yrs of age, felt compelled to take action against the dire effects of oceanic pollution. His persistence and passion led him to create a series of ‘floating booms’ and processing platforms which would help achieve his objectives. At the time of