Business Report published an article recently addressing the fact that Millennials’ basic living expenses were getting them into debt. Getting out of debt is mandatory. Figuring out how you got there in the first place, and why, is optional. And this applies to all South Africans, not just the Millennials. It takes insight, patience and perseverance. The article […]
For the first time in 73 years, Ash Wednesday – the first day of Lent in Western Christianity – will fall on 14 February, Valentine’s Day.
Bronwyn Hesketh is the go-to expert when it comes to the speaking industry in South Africa.
If you’re planning on partying it up this holiday season with champers, wine and beer on tap, beware of a serious complication, known as “holiday heart syndrome” (HHS), which can cause palpitations and irregular heart arrhythmias.
Camphors, the signature restaurant at 317-year-old Vergelegen Estate in Somerset West, has not only scooped sixth place in the prestigious Eat Out Mercedes Benz Restaurant Awards, but has also won the Eat Out Woolworths Sustainability Award.
Going back to school after the long summer holiday can be stressful for everyone, especially parents. It’s not just getting everyone up, fed, dressed and out of the door on time. Preparing to go back to school can be costly and for many families, January is the worst time for additional expenses.
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.
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. […]
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.
Coffee and energy drinks are usually the go-to beverages for high school learners and students to help them cram for finals during the stressful months of October and November, but science suggests they drink rooibos tea as an alternative to help them stay on top of their “A” game.