Phambili, South Africa: Meet some of the good people who keep this country going
South Africa: the home of boerewors, babbalas, and Amabokoboko.
It's a beautiful country filled with bold, brave, and glass-half-full people who push ahead.
It's been a dark few weeks for South Africans, but we're here to help you shake off the blackout blues!
As the biggest digital news publisher in Mzansi, we know the news cycle can often feel like a groot gemors.
There's no shortage of crises, political scandals, investigative bombshells, and cringe-worthy corporate blunders in the country - but it's not all mgowo and state capture skollies.
We've put together a Good News project, highlighting some of the heart-warming stories of hope in our country.
You'll meet the tenacious teachers, artists, entrepreneurs, security guards, aunties and uncles who are transforming tears into triumph and taking the country forward.
So if you're looking for a little hope, have a read through some of the beautiful News24 stories focusing on the best of South Africa!
Good news story of the week
Tebogo Maredi is hard at work encouraging the next generation of animal lovers.
When Tebogo (32) lost his job as an operations manager in 2018, he moved to Soshanguve in Pretoria with his dog, Ellie.
"Whenever I walked Ellie I would see the living conditions of other animals. I would come across animals that were skinny and neglected. Some were tied to trees. I just figured I should help them," he tells YOU.
From that idea, the Soshanguve Animal Shelter and Educentre, a non-profit organisation, was born.