"As a South African being anywhere in the world, the most amazing thing is you see how big the world is, and you see how small we are," says Trevor Noah. "But then you also see how much of an impact 'small' can have."
Two schools in Observatory, Johannesburg are helping the children of refugees to integrate into their new lives in South Africa. Three2Six offers bridging lessons, literacy and numeracy classes, sport and care, as well as everyday items most children take for granted.
Cycling, talking life and teaching entrepreneurship are at the heart of Girl Ignite, a programme set up by a group of young women to help underprivileged girls learn the tools they will need to make a success of their lives – whether that be as entrepreneurs or working for bosses.
On Sunday 22 March on the morning after Human Rights Day, the people of Joburg are invited to join the Jozi Freedom Ride, a 28-kilometre cycle through city suburbs once separated by apartheid, from Sandton via Rosebank, Houghton and Parktown, ending in Alexandra.
At the Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha, strays are helped and the pets of poor people have access to top quality health care. The clinic's outreach programme has a strong focus on education as well, to ensure people know how to care for their animals.
Selfies, social media and upstanding citizens are coming together to help fight corruption through Corruption Watch's #MyHandsAreClean campaign. It joins the FunDza dramas in getting young people on board in the fight against graft.