26.3.2020 08:00 pm
Some parents have brought urgent applications to have their children handed over to them during the looming lockdown, but two judges have already warned that this could be a very risky and costly approach.
In addition to being largely cut off from their extended families and friends, many South Africans around the country will likely not be able to see their children for the next 21 days.
South African parents chat to Parenty about the upcoming national lockdown and how they are coping with their children.
At 8:00 in the evening, our president finally addressed us and had some big changes to enact.
Here are five hands-on learning activities to get stuck into with your toddler or pre-schooler…
Our in-house midwife explains how coronavirus impacts pregnant women and breastfeeding moms.
Afrika has a gorgeous nursery that her mama was kind enough to show to us in a recent Instagram video
The businesswoman urged moms to stay positive to get their children and families through this pandemic.
This viral science experiment teaches children why it is important to use soap to wash their hands.
Cassian’s parents laughed at first when they were given the results because they could not believe it.
There are a number of mental health conditions that often may surface in adolescents, among others bipolar disorder and schizophrenia…
The Coronavirus in SA has parents and kids turning to online learning options.
Children and teens need to be guided about how to choose what content they consume about the disease
A few important questions answered for parents in this critical time.
Schools are making contigency plans for online learning as the world faces the unknown coronavirus pandemic
In this special Q+A around Covid-19, our teacher explains how school closures affect your child’s progress for the 2020 year.