A young woman is born profoundly deaf. At 23 she has the chance to hear the world in a completely new way. Will she take the leap?
A fifty-something employee leaves a secure job and faces an uncertain future to pursue her dream of helping others with something she was born to do.
What do you do when young students ask you to start a school, pleading for an alternative to Bantu Education during the 1980s? Do you Leap?
When Madhuri Chavda discovers she has breast cancer, she takes a radical preventative Leap of Faith to gave herself the best possible chance of survival.
What do you do when a group of women with breast cancer approach you, saying that unless you help them they might die? This steely attorney took on the case.
When Professor Cyril Karabus was wrongfully arrested in the United Arab Emirates, his daughter Sarah took multiple Leaps of Faith to help bring him home.
Meet a woman who has pulled a 10 ton truck and a Dakota aeroplane but knows for sure that real strength comes from within.
When the market where Money Govender’s family had worked for generations was threatened with closure, she took multiple Leaps of Faith to help keep it alive.
When Nonhlanhla Yende decided she wanted to be an opera singer, she had no idea how many Leaps of Faith she’d have to take to make her dream come true.
An award winning dancer and choreographer
shares her personal journey and the meshing of life and art.
An attorney survives a life-threatening personal health battle, and emerges fighting for a balance between gender equality and freedom of religious expression.
All her life Jen Goy had struggled with depression. Then she was diagnosed with Bipolar 2 and courageously began to share her truth with the world.
When Esther Miller hatched a plan to create a unique healing space for others, nothing could stand in her way.
A former domestic worker rescues a ‘hijacked’ building and transforms it into the one-of-a-kind Harmony Galz University Residence for girls.
Shelley Barry was caught in the crossfire of Cape Town’s taxi wars and in an instant her life changed forever. How did Shelley carry on?
A visionary nurse and community worker brings science to her village and helps academics make huge strides in the fight against HIV/Aids.
Betty Sanga is a Japanese-speaking Congolese national with a very unusual story to tell. Many Leaps of Faith, thousands of miles later, she shares it with us.
Tanya and her husband took multiple Leaps of Faith when their twins were born 3 months premature. A remarkable story of survival and spirit.
How much courage does it take to convince people to demolish their homes? To fight for a greater good despite community resistance?
When Thuli Gogela’s dream of an indigenous African restaurant fell apart, she bounced back and became a leading S.A. food blogger. How did she do it?
Many of us dream of sailing the world but only few, like explorer Pat Evans, truly make it happen. But what if the biggest adventure is the one within?
Is anorexia really about food? Lindiwe struggled from the age of 13 until her early 20s… Then she found the truth, and she got well again.
From rural girl child to big city executive, how did dramatic early events shape the course of Pamphilia’s life?
Former ANC MP and Head of Unicef Ireland Melanie Verwoerd lost her love, her job and her sense of justice. What did she do to fight back?
Elizabeth Petersen worked for years at a shelter for abused women. Then she leapt, to convince religious leaders to take up true leadership on the issue.
Leigh Brown was determined to teach children about planting trees and food for sustainability. She took a huge Leap and has achieved remarkable results.