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no responses. 26/04/2018 Lwazi

From Wakanda to Reunion – Women are the future

By Tymon Smith Women. We wouldn’t be here without them and yet for millennia we’ve treated […]


no responses. 26/04/2018 Natasha

Celebrate your child’s milestones – Part 2 (Working mom edition)

By: Natasha Archary   Nothing breaks a working mom’s heart more than missing those all […]


no responses. 25/04/2018 Lwazi

6 Coaches! 24 Newcomers! One Goal! The Savanna Newcomer Showcase – Game On!

What’s more terrifying than being a newcomer comedian? Being a newcomer comedian with five minutes […]


no responses. 25/04/2018 Natasha

Don’t stay for the sake of the kids

By: Natasha Archary     Whether you’re married with kids or you share children with […]


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no responses. 24/04/2018 Nomali

How to stay outdoors as the temperatures drop

By Nomali Cele Winter entertainment ideas From our wintry guide of the best cultural and […]


no responses. 24/04/2018 Zuko

Phobias: Freeing yourself from yourself #FreedomMonth

By Zuko Komisa Going through life with a phobia can be the most uncomfortable feeling […]


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no responses. 24/04/2018 Nomali

#Mahikeng: A tourism view

By Unathi Sonwabile Henama Violent and deadly protests occurring in Mahikeng have captured national attention. President […]


no responses. 24/04/2018 Natasha

Teachers feel excluded from South Africa’s schools by race and culture

By: Nuraan Davids, Stellenbosch University Teachers from different backgrounds and cultures are important for pupils’ […]


no responses. 23/04/2018 Natasha

Freedom from food prices – #FreedomMonth

By: Natasha Archary    Let’s all take a minute of silence before we share our […]


no responses. 23/04/2018 Zuko

The “Rainbow Nation” and our collective amnesia

By Zuko Komisa What happens when things that fundamentally affect you are not addressed? When […]