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Simphiwe Dana reveals the soul behind the musical genius. Get a copy of Essays Of Africa magazine from CNA, Pick n Pay, Woolworths and Exclusive Books to read about how Simphiwe Dana has become a voice for the people. Photographer: Gareth Jacobs.
The champagne flowed as guests paraded their style at the 17th annual Veuve Clicquot Masters Polo in Franschoek, Cape Town. The Masters Polo at the Val De Vie estate was everything a girl needed for a chilled outing. Upon arrival...
We know how you love stories with happy endings, so sit down and read on. There was once a young man… Owen Moffat of Tswana origin from Rustenburg, North West Province of South Africa fell in love with the beautiful...
21st century social media has made affairs easier and more accessible. Find out if your interactions raise a red flag. When we think of infidelity, we often picture sexual affairs and double lives. But is flirting on social media...
Colon cancer is one of the top five most prevalent cancers in South Africa. This highly prevalent disease has a low survival rate at late stage diagnosis and also carries high treatment costs. March is Colorectal Cancer Awareness month...
Did you know that the bed you crawl into each night, the place that’s meant to be your refuge at the end of a long day, can make you and your family sick? As the focus turns to allergies...
Leather, suede and platforms will be the in thing this upcoming winter season and these new releases will make sure you always step out looking trendy and fashionable. Leather and suede are the perfect textiles for cold winter...
A home loan is more than just a simple facility to keep up with until your property is paid off. It can also be a sophisticated money management tool. Tommy Nel, head of credit at FNB Home Loans says...
Everyone needs a denim jacket as a clothing staple. It is the perfect companion for most casual outfits, so if you don’t own one yet it is time to go shopping!   For more information, visit Spree. Images: Spree.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology graduate student, Joy Buolamwini was working with facial recognition software only to realise the software didn’t recognise her face because she’s black. She explains that this is “because the people who coded the algorithm hadn’t taught...