23.5.2019 06:19 am
The baby’s father says he feared the severity of the break could result in a permanent disability when the baby grew older.
A Limpopo family is fuming after discovering the arm of their newborn baby was broken during delivery at St Ritas Hospital in Jane Furse, Sekhukhune, recently. The family is now demanding answers from health MEC, Dr Phophi Ramathuba.
Progress through excellence: South Africa’s first female Audi Master Technician!
Raising awareness about these cancers and how to prevent them can help reduce their incidence, illness and mortality rates.
From tiger to free-range parents – what research says about pros and cons of popular parenting styles
What’s the best way to raise your child? It’s a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen authors race to coin the next quirky name for a new style of parenting.
Children are living at home for longer, so parents have more time to be overly protective of them.
Mothers iron their daughters’ breasts as a way of preventing early marriage and keeping their daughters in school for longer.
Date set to register online for school applications, what else do you need to know?
A South African mom recently lost her child “Tiny the Mighty”, but this mom has also put all her focus and energy into honouring her son by inspiring hope.
If your kids are anything like mine, then collecting tiny little collectables is always a major hit!
The Gauteng Department of Education has postponed the opening of the Online Admissions Applications from 13 May 2019 to 20 May 2019.
Leeds has become the first city in the UK to report a drop in childhood obesity after introducing a program to help parents set boundaries for their children and say no to sweets and junk food.
German supermarket chain Edeka faced a wave of social media indignation Wednesday over a Mother’s Day online video clip ridiculing fathers’ parenting skills, with both men and women calling the film ‘sexist’.
Imagine the possibility of taking a sneak peak through the looking glass of your little girl’s future… not to see what she might become, what career path she may choose to follow, or who she may choose to love and share life with… but to anticipate some of the struggles and challenges she will face, some of the criticism she will endure, some of the opposition she will confront.
As part of the History syllabus, with the aim of teaching children about how South Africa is governed and to get learners engaged and excited by the power of democracy.
As parents there are many topics we just never discuss with our children, especially when they’re younger. Perhaps because we think they’re not ready for it, or that they wouldn’t understand it; perhaps because we just don’t have the energy to explain, or to face all the awkward questions that may follow.