Author: Staff Writer

Giving their children a head start is something parents want to do. Unfortunately, the way this is done in our hyper-competitive, over structured world may in fact be working against exactly these intentions.

Doc-U-Mentally – an award-winning film about the extreme pressures junior doctors face in South Africa is now available on DVD for R200.

ULTRA SOUTH AFRICA, presented by Samsung, has dropped a colossal fifth anniversary Phase Two line-up. Having recently announced the return of Dutch heavyweights Armin van Buuren and Hardwell, the festival ups the ante even further with additional headliners: Axwell ^ Ingrosso, Afrojack and Dubfire, and Black Coffee, Carnage and Malaa joining the array of A-List talent.

At some point in your life, you’re going to need to get a loan. Whether it’s to buy a house, or a car, pay for your studies or to treat yourself, you’re going to want to ask the bank for money. After home loans and car loans, the most popular loan is a Personal Loan. […]

Traditionally more women than men were attracted to direct selling to supplement or earn an income, but more South African men are now exploring direct selling opportunities.

Helping children to build a healthy relationship with technology, and knowing how much of what is enough, is challenging for parents under the best of circumstances.

Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital in Cape Town has opened a new unit, to care for sick infants.

‘We all wear clothes’ – an apt assumption by the conceptualisers of “Threads”, an accelerator programme for local fashion entrepreneurs, sponsored by Standard Bank. 

After an exciting round of public voting that generated over ten thousand votes, organiser of the third annual espYoungLegends online talent search, espAfrika, is pleased to announce the Top 5 finalists.

The National Council of SPCAs (NSPCA) and have joined forces to facilitate the transporting of the NSPCA’s Inspectors nationally to attend to the welfare needs of animals in need of the NSPCA’s intervention for the next 12 months.



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