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SA shows Natasha Joubert love despite early Miss Universe exit

SA shows Natasha Joubert love despite early Miss Universe exit

Joubert was crowned the second princess in the Miss SA competition last October.

Directory for mental and overall wellness

Taking care of your mental health is important for your overall wellbeing. With this directory of hotlines and counselling centres, help is always just a call or click away.

Debunking myths around therapy

Awareness of mental health rises, but false ideas persist

Kruger Shalati offers the ultimate bush experience, on a higher level

No matter how many safari trips you have taken, there's always one thing that makes one trip unforgettable.

Quest to discover new entrants into beverages market

SA is known as a beer drinking nation, however South Africans are not only beer drinkers so a forward-thinking market leader would be wise to expand into other markets, and predict or shape future consumer behaviour and tastes.

Expert says nutrition-dense African food must be embraced as ‘good medicine’

Many indigenous crops are under-utilised, writes Charles Wambebe, professor extraordinaire at the Tshwane University of Technology.

Eye for elegance, love for flair spark luxury shoe business

Working in luxury retail store sharpened Mathapelo Pitse's eye for elegance and her natural love and flair for stylish wear.

Four easy ways to get your vehicle ready for winter

Temperatures across SA are gradually falling, and the full onset of winter is imminent. The Automobile Association (AA) says it’s important for motorists to be aware of the change in climate, and to prepare adequately for the cold months ahead.

Ready-made meals help feed desire for Sumthing Tasty

Thobile Dlani, whose popular eatery Sumthing Tasty has been on everybody’s lips in KwaZulu-Natal, is now supplying two Spar stores with her ready-to-eat meals.

Nurturing the harmony between spiritual and financial health

Money is often said to be that which makes the world go around. For others, it is perceived as the root of all evil.

A recipe for success in managing your money

Many people bury their heads in the sand whenever the conversation about their finances is brought up.

101 carat diamond to be auctioned in Geneva jewellery sale

The largest diamond ever cut in Russia — a 100.94 carat stone called the Alrosa Spectacle — will be auctioned in Geneva later this month.

Lockdown taught me that South Africans crave for their own cooking – LesDaChef

“Lockdown taught me that South Africans are craving their own cooking."

RECIPE | Broccoli and cheese soup

Who doesn't love a shortcut in the kitchen? This soup is made with ready-made cheese sauce saving time and effort.

How the pandemic is hurting university students’ mental health

The Conversation reports that SA cannot afford to ignore the impact of the pandemic on higher education, especially on students’ health and well-being.

Half of South Africans gained weight as they stress ate through all the Covid-19 bad news

Half of South Africans gained weight during the Covid-19 pandemic, with 69% of them now bordering on obese, according to a survey of 2,000 adults.

Let Anele be your foodie buddy

Media personality spills the tea on Jozi's best eateries

How you can make a child’s dreams come true on Slipper Day on May 7

SPONSORED | Spare some change for young dreamers at Wimpy to support Reach For a Dream

Opening hearts to help ease adoption process

Mother’s Day is in honour of the selfless and unconditional love of our maternal caregivers and guardians.

Just how badly do electric vehicles depreciate in SA?

Prices of pre-owned electric vehicles (EVs) on AutoTrader show some models losing significant value in the first twelve months after registration. Although this might be bad news for those who bought new, it does give a handful of shrewd buyers the opportunity to buy EVs at much reduced prices. Unfortunately, even in the pre-owned market EVs are still priced well beyond the average motorist’s car budget

Wandi lives on in latest Loxion Kulca collection

As kwaito music rose meteorically in the 1990s, so did its accompanying fashion trends. With a finger firmly on the pulse of the budding subculture Sechaba Mogale and Wandi Nzimande were the hands that wove magic creating their iconic brand, Loxion Kulca.

Domestic tourism shows signs of an uptick

'While we did see a decline in bookings over December 2020 due to beach closures and other restrictions, we again saw an uptick in bookings once these restrictions were lifted.'

Gucci, Facebook file joint lawsuit against alleged counterfeiter

Gucci and Facebook have filed a joint lawsuit in California against an individual who allegedly used the US group's social media platforms to sell fake Gucci products, the two companies said on Tuesday.

The spiritual significance of Freedom Day

Freedom Day is a holiday celebrated by South Africans in remembrance of our liberation from a brutally oppressive apartheid system.

WATCH | Celebrating African landscapes one whisper at the time

There are many famous whispers that have dominated the world. From the 1980 novel by Dean Koontz to the intricate whisper-singing employed by Mariah Carey in numerous songs that show her vocal prowess. However, nestled in the agricultural landscapes of the Eastern Cape is the elusive Siviwe, a video sensation famed for making whispering videos on YouTube.

BOOK REVIEW | The Measure takes you on Mavimbela's journey in exile

The book discusses diverse topics of life and targets younger readers

Palse exceeded my expectations, says Segapo

Fashion designer Paledi Segapo was joined by his famous friends Refilwe Modiselle, Omuhle Gela, Bokang Montjane-Tshabalala, Yaya Mavundla, Nonku Williams and Donald last Sunday to celebrate 10 years of his label Palse.

Upscale dining comes to the East

The eatery is a cozy cocoon of lush carpeting, sumptuous suede chairs and charcoal-grey interior that helps create a relaxed, luxurious unrushed feel.

Building bridges with wine

Khayelitsha-born Lindile Nzaba is stocking his local taverns, restaurants, markets and households with wine.
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