Motivated to see a strong culture of reading in South Africa, Tebogo Ditshego took to popular social media platform Twitter to form ReadaBookSA, a unique campaign that encourages all South Africans to challenge themselves and read one book a month.
• Getting needy kids hooked on books
Le Grand Cirque Adrenaline is a spectacular show full of jaw-dropping stunts with some of the world's best acts brought together on one stage. One twist, however, is that there are no safety belts, crash mats or any other safety apparatus.
• Zip Zap circus school teaches life skills
Hugh Masekela and Angelique Kidjo were two of the many music stars who celebrated the first-ever International Jazz Day on 30 April, proclaimed by Unesco to help raise awareness about the popular music genre’s force for peace, dialogue and cooperation.
• Music fest in SA’s Darling
Archaeological excavations have delivered yet another significant find – this time at a rock shelter near Durban in KwaZulu-Natal province. The most recent fossil discovery reveals fascinating insights into the development of behavioural practices of early modern humans in Southern Africa.
• Maropeng top evotourism destination