AUGUST 2019 - ISSUE 10

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The Punishment Should Fit the “Likes”

by Leina Ussin  I’ll be the first to admit, it’s hard to determine the right way to discipline a child. During their early years, we do this thing where we try and enforce empathy within them; get them to truly understand the difference between right and wrong. We find ourselves on repeat saying, “NO, no, […]

Does naming a song after a famous person help the song go viral?

by Mve Naming a song after a famous person is nothing new, especially with rappers. Not just local rappers but rappers all over the globe. Pearl Thusi (song) by Emtee which was one of the rapper’s first singles off his debut album, Avery and John Cena (song) by Sho Madjozi which is currently making waves […]

How to switch up your work look into a night look

by Boitumelo Makobosheane You don’t have 2 hours to spare changing after work for a social?  A question a lot of people ask is: Do I have to keep my whole wardrobe at the office? No sweetie you don’t have to. I wrote a post on timeless pieces weeks back, those come in handy at a time like […]

To be a nudist or not?

by Thando Mgobhozi Are we liberating ourselves or just seeking attention? We grew up being taught that dressing ‘appropriately’ and not exposing too much of your skin is a good thing and a sign of respect for yourself. Of course, as usual, this only applies to women and not men because nobody is going to […]

Can the agricultural industry eradicate food scarcity and unemployment? #WorldFoodDay

by Curswell Tshihwela World Food Day is commemorated annually throughout the world on the 16th of  October in remembrance of founding the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945 as an organization that deals with global food and agricultural issues. FAO supports countries in the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of […]

The 1 move that could save your life

Demi-Leigh Nel-Peters used it to thwart hijackers. Alison Botha who, over 20-years ago, was raped, disembowelled and left for dead by two attackers, endorses it, and 1st for Women Insurance wants you to learn it.  It could save your life. In South Africa, and according to Statistics South Africa, femicide is five times higher than the […]

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