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Mannequins do double duty in a chic restaurant in virus-hit Montreal

Mannequins do double duty in a chic restaurant in virus-hit Montreal

With Quebec province at the forefront of Canada's coronavirus pandemic, businesses have been reopening cautiously.

Nothing gives champagne its fizz like a humble radish

Forget Beluga caviar, foie gras, smoked salmon or ortolan, the tiny bird that French gourmets put a napkin over their heads to eat so they can savour every last second of their unique aroma.

Explore Gauteng's hidden treasures

Sanet Oberholzer rounds up some great places to take in some nature and fresh air during the lockdown

8 young doctors to watch: the future of rural health care is in good hands

SPONSORED | Discovery Foundation celebrates Umthombo Youth Development Foundation scholars determined to improve rural health care in their communities

Simphiwe Zondi and the science of making chocolate cake

Sowetan spoke to someone who is well versed in the ways of chocolate, pastry chef and business owner Simphiwe Zondi.

Moonchild Sanelly can't wait to take a sho't left

When in Jozi, make your own waves, and when in Russia, drink the vodka, and other travel tips from the vibrant superstar

Celebs spill the beans on their TV cooking shows after backlash

Somizi is not fazed by the early backlash he has received for scoring a cooking show on TV.

Are virtual weddings the way forward?

You can still have a beautiful wedding ceremony while social distancing.

UCT students create app for hair and nail appointments

Fleeker is an app created to help personal care services manage bookings and queues during the Covid-19 pandemic.

Wealth in cattle sparks idea for elegant handbags

Her family has proven to be the inspiration that has guided her in this business venture.

Virtual tour: A Western Cape escape

As we all await that moment when we can travel for fun again, the Western Cape has a unique project to keep its tourists 'coming' and its tour guides earning some cash. Nomvelo Masango tried out a few

Travelling with a jetsetter: Boity Thulo

The lockdown for the multi-talented Boity Thulo has been an opportunity to rest, to spend more time with her mother and to even draw closer to her ancestors.

Miss SA defends paid voting system

There are three voting bundles people can select: R20 for four votes; R50 for 12 votes; and R100 for 25 votes (five free votes).

Thoko Mkalipi's letter about her superhero dad wins judges' hearts

Mother of three pays tribute to her hands-on, loving father Elliot

This is how Nelson Mandela acquired his first BMW

The inside story of how BMW SA and Cyril Ramaphosa ‘sneaked’ an armoured 7 Series into Madiba’s service

Miss SA introduces paid voting system, but is the pageant 'tone-deaf'

Miss SA CEO Stephanie Weil said the voting system does not make the competition a popularity contest as judges will also have a say.

Trailblazing Discovery Foundation fellow fights fatty liver disease

SPONSORED | Liver specialist Dr Neliswa Gogela’s incredible journey as Discovery’s first Massachusetts General Hospital fellow

Actress Shonisani Masutha takes up her space in the hair industry

Masutha not only has a hairpiece named after her, she also gets a percentage of revenue from each packet of Shonisani braid sold.

Thandi Gama coining it with her beauty range on YouTube

Prior to the democratisation of work opportunities in SA, very few youths were afforded a chance to pursue their dreams.

Through the lens of Abolova

The gritty image of a young man perched on the top of a now defunct telephone booth as he gazes into the camera is quite memorable.

Start a tradition of reading for your kids

This June, Nal'ibali - the national reading-for-enjoyment campaign - is focusing on fathers and father-figures, and the powerful role men can play in their children's lives simply by reading and spending time with them.

Father's Day: Parenting

June 21 is Father's Day, and as the day progresses we will no doubt see our timelines flooded with messages for dads - from first-time fathers, to stepfathers and celebrations of fathers who have left us. Those who have the gift of a father in their lives surely have a parenting anecdote about them.

Parenting as a dad - busting the myths and some tips

Salie says that it is important for men to take care of their children, and that they should not underestimate their ability as men to take the caregiver role.

Advice from dad: SA media personalities share their father's teachings

Dad's are always ready for a dad joke or two and some advice.

Kristen Stewart to play Princess Diana in new movie 'Spencer'

The independent movie, to be directed by Chilean Pablo Larrain, is expected to start shooting in 2021.

3 women share their lockdown make-up journeys

Whether under lockdown or not; these three women share how make-up has been their secret weapon of choice

How to serve and protect your hair

When salons were open, heading to your hairdresser for a treatment and a fresh set of box braids was pretty much the standard procedure when winter rolled around. Now, we're on our own, ladies and we can bet that most of our cornrowing or braiding skills are not up to scratch.

WATCH | Inspirational beauty experts speak on 'beauty made real'

Register for the S Mag Beauty Talks online discussion in partnership with W.Beauty on June 25

Wear a face mask and don't kiss: Harvard's advice for safe sex during Covid-19

When one thinks of bedroom attire, one generally tends to think of the secrets you’ve been told by women named Victoria and trying to enunciate tongue-twisting words like negligee and lingerie.
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