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Chirwa fights for menstrual health management to become a global human right

Chirwa fights for menstrual health management to become a global human right

Candice Chirwa has made it her life's mission to make menstrual health management a global human right.

Exercise can help you keep mentally fit

The past year was very stressful. People all over the world were confronted with many circumstances that challenged their mental health.

IN PICS | A Dior tarot for uncertain times at Paris Haute Couture Week

Lavish golden dresses decked out in zodiac signs and tarot symbols provided some Christian Dior-infused mysticism for the start of Paris' Haute Couture Week, a showcase of one-of-a-kind outfits held online this time due to the Covid-19 crisis.

ICU trauma probe: Psychiatrist studies triggers of mental illness in patients

Psychiatrists call it post-ICU syndrome, or the development of mental illness after admission to an intensive care unit, which is common in patients around the world.

WATCH | Robots at your service: Sandton hotel embraces AI tech with robo-concierge

Hotel Sky, in the heart of Sandton, has three robot staff members which were designed to help human employees.

Tired of all the flies? Here are three DIY tricks to try at home

Make your own fly repellents with ingredients you probably already have in a cupboard.

Some fine recipes to try on Pie Day

When I was young I was under the impression that pies can only be savoury. My mother made a beautiful potato and soya mince pie. I was flabbergasted when I learnt of apple pie and all sorts of sweet American pies as I came to know them. This coming Sunday, January 23, the Americans celebrate what they call National Pie Day.

Grieving all we've lost: a look at the unconsidered effects of Covid

While fear for the loss of life has been foremost in our anxiety about Covid-19, it might be distracting us from the many more losses that we may not be able to quantify in the same way.

Coach of dishwashers gets SA laughing

Kuhle Sonkosi's witty and relatable videos have been a light in the dark of a tumultuous year.

Drakensberg and other KZN inland areas scored from holidaymakers

Holidaymakers avoiding Covid-19 hotspots such as eThekwini metro opted instead for KwaZulu-Natal inland tourist sites this past festive season.

Dorah Sitole opened the door for us, say celeb chefs Zola Nene and The Lazy Makoti

Famous foodies pay tribute to the late culinary icon

REVIEW | Revamped 2021 Toyota Prado excels on adventure trails

With more power and updated tech, the seven-seater SUV is a top choice for family expeditions

10 cars we’re looking forward to in 2021

From hot hatches to swift SUVs, the year promises some alluring motorised debuts

Lamborghini posts record sales in second half of 2020

Sales of the Italian supercars decline just 9% annually after 70-day production shutdown.

Volvo helps hometown Gothenburg become climate neutral

EVs and robo taxis aim to create emission-free zone in Scandinavia’s largest port city

Overcoming the 'yuck factor': Yellow grub becomes EU's first insect food

Mealworms may soon find their into Europe's pasta bowls and dinner dishes, after becoming the first insect approved in the region as a human food.

11 ways to save fuel and money in 2021

Following hefty fuel price increases this month - petrol by between 40c and 43c per litre, and diesel by between 54c and 55c a litre – cash-strapped and Covid-battered South African motorists have to find innovative ways to save fuel and money.

Eateries must think outside the box to stay afloat

It was grandmother’s cooking that sparked the fire in chef Marcus Modimokwane. The 31-year-old says even to this day he can’t seem to get his chicken stew to taste as he remembers hers.

Somizi's cook book is a No 1 bestseller

Media personality and SA icon Somizi Mhlongo-Motaung's cookbook Dinner At Somizi's: I Am Not A Chef  has clinched the No 1 bestseller spot in SA.

Ten tips on how to practice safe sex during the pandemic

If you’re going to go on dates or have casual sex during the pandemic, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

Recipes to see you through the January grind

South Africans often joke about January being a month in which  they are forced to eat vegetables due to lack of money.

How shoe tycoon Steve Madden got back on his feet

Steve Madden, founder and design chief of a multibillion-dollar eponymous shoe brand, knows something about being sanguine in a tough situation.

Five top motoring innovations of 2020

From solar-powered cars to "see-through" bonnets, these clever ideas turned science fiction into reality

More parks, fewer offices? How Covid-19 will change city centres

The novel coronavirus has upended many aspects of life in cities worldwide, particularly as large numbers of white-collar workers choose to work from home and shun public transit — shifts that are likely to last, according to urban experts.

Good drinks bring back great memories

A great vibe and good company are best accompanied by a good glass of bubbly or a perfectly mixed cocktail.

Time to shelve that European Christmas lunch menu

This time of the year is usually dedicated to spending time with family and giving thanks, though this year will be slightly different, there certainly will be no shortage of thanksgiving. It has been a tumultuous year.

Is casual sex in a time of the coronavirus a good idea?

Lockdown has left many people craving human contact but, as the festive season draws near, there are new risks to consider when participating in casual sexual encounters

Be road-trip ready by following these necessary car checks

Before hitting the highway, you should make doubly sure that your car is as roadworthy as you are.

Spending time together this Xmas could be the best gift ever

This year, people truly learnt to appreciate what it is they have, and so the first gift that everyone should give and appreciate this Christmas is each other and the time we spend together.
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