Foreign nationals living in Johannesburg talk about their struggles in finding a home away from home

The Sister Mura Foundation is providing medical, financial, and emotional support while upskilling foreign nationals living with HIV/AIDS in SA. Read more

A bridge that connects a community

Tshwane church leaders commit to championing reconciliation in their communities.
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Here’s how the Kempton Park Ladies Football Club is beating the odds

The Kempton Park Ladies Football Club is a story of hope and overcoming the odds to succeed
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What’s Your Story? campaign impacts student leaders

Student leaders identify storysharing as a positive tool to help deal with challenges Read more

Louise Cameron shows that love and kindness are key to unlocking the potential of children in Alexandra.

Rose Act Saturday School has helped thousands of children in Alexandra township
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Beyond the River film screening in Port Elizabeth

Heartlines to engage youth at the United Congregational Church of SA Read more

A dream deferred leads to a life of leadership and success

Olefile Masangane has achieved what he thought would be impossible
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Giving up small things can save you surprising amounts of money every month

Sacrificing the one thing you enjoy can be hard, but it can save you money.
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Storytelling breaks stereotypes about criminals

Father Babychan Arackathara has been working as a chaplain in SA’s prisons for over 20 years. He is an advocate of the the human rights of prisoners and has a remarkable track record of restorative justice, bringing healing to offenders as well as victims and their families. He tells the stories of prisoners in a way that exposes us to new ways of understanding. Read more

Top 10 Charities to support this winter

Bring warmth to someone less fortunate
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[WATCH] United in prayer. Heartlines connects 100 church leaders to form a united Tshwane

Our What’s Your Story? campaign brings reconciliation in churches
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