The Ndlovu Youth Choir have become a global sensation… and have just made it to the LIVE rounds of America’s Got Talent with their inspiring take on “Waka Waka”!
Conflict, and not the separation itself, is a greater predictor of how children will fare post-divorce.
The moment of truth has arrived for this year’s Grade 12s.
Bullying among siblings isn’t the same as teasing and occasional sibling spats
Teachers still sometimes punish a whole class for the behaviour of one student.
This decision opens up any number of possibilities. It will be important for families and donors to be aware of the legal risks early contact may involve.

Parenting practices around the world are diverse and not all about attachment

Most parents would agree that parenting is extremely complex and challenging. What works for one child, might not work for another – even within the same family.

Baby Archie’s christening is just too beautiful

Meghan and Harry have released official photos of their son’s christening.

Just launched: First SA sign language teacher training programme

A first for South Africa, Embury are now training teachers and assistants in the skill of sign language, filling a gap in the education system.

Science proves not all screen time is bad for kids

World’s first prescription video game, that may assist to improve symptoms of ADHD, is set to be approved by the end of 2019.

Watch: South African students inspire the nation with incredible war cry!

Students from St Stithians College in Bryanston are inspiring the nation with their incredible song.

South African doctor opens practice where you pay what you can afford!

Dr. Paulo de Valdoleiros, who only graduated at 51-years-old, has just opened a practice where patients pay what they can afford!

Study shines light on how vulnerable children are trafficked in Nigeria

An investigation into the recruiting strategies of traffickers and their networks could be helpful in arresting this menace.

How preschools can do more to support children living with HIV

We believe that information about children’s health should be shared more widely at all levels of society so that HIV is seen to be manageable, like any other chronic illness, for the children’s benefit.

Does spanking children promote discipline or violence?

Constitutional Court reserves judgment on corporal punishment in private homes

HBO’s ‘Euphoria’ paints a realistic picture of teen angst

The show has already been labelled as HBO’s most controversial series to date.

The Secret Life of Pets 2 review – Splendid lesson for kids

A whole bag of tricks with new creatures opens up in this film.

Toddler dies at crèche in Krugersdorp

A teacher at the crèche allegedly told police that the child was complaining of cramps during breakfast time.

It’s 2019, why are women still earning less and paying more?

Gender-based pricing is real, and it needs to stop.

Disabled kids ‘fall through the cracks’ due to inadequate Act

‘More policies relating to these children need to be implemented and government needs to commit to implementing them.’




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