9.12.2019 04:29 pm
From signing up to reading clubs to letting them draw on the walls, check out the television host’s unique suggestions.
As a mom, former Mrs South Africa first princess, digital strategist, media entrepreneur and now television host Olwethu Leshabane has a lot on her plate.
Today is #May28, the International Day of Action for Women’s Health, it is an important day.
I have a suspicion that the average person learns about love and relationships from movies and songs.
What we are sure of is that it takes two to tango and we must take equal accountability with regards to family planning.
This week on the Great Equalizer, Sam flies solo at the end of #hellweek in South Africa. Luckily, postpartum doula and founder of The New Normal Genevieve Putter swoops in to relieve Sam from 60 minutes of monologuing.
So what happens when a guy that earns R8 000 a month wants to marry you, but can’t afford it?
New parenthood is hard, whether you are a man or a woman
Children of fathers who show signs of depression in the year after birth have more than three times the rate of behavioural problems by the time they reach school – Mark Menzies
According to the Mbalo Brief by Stats SA, 48% of South African children are being raised in single-parent families, with only 2% of these children being raised by singled dads. Leaving single moms holding the bag in 46% of the cases. So, what do single parents need to know if they are to safeguard themselves and […]
Progress through excellence: South Africa’s first female Audi Master Technician!
A new study says beards carry more harmful bacteria than dog fur.
2018 was not a great year for the world, maybe 2019 will be better, but not unless we as humans start to change our ways. And where better to start than the people raising the future generations of humans.
Can we really, as parents, keep our children safe from harm, heart-ache, horror or hardship? I think there is too much in this world to guard against, therefore the best way to protect is to prepare.