OCTOBER 2019 - ISSUE 11

YOURS IN GOOD HEALTH featuring Palesa Maleka, Dr Lerato Masemola and Dr Langalethu Mngoma

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Lucky No.13 (How to spend your 13th cheque)

by Kimberly Flanagan We wait for it all year long, planning ahead what we’re going to do with it. Hoping that we will still receive it and we depend on it to fill the gaps that the rest of the year has left. I’m talking about that 13th cheque. It’s important to note that your […]

16 Days of Activism Against Women and Children campaign is not enough

by Siviwe Zibi The 16 Days of Activism Against Women and Child Abuse is an international campaign that was started to help raise awareness and assist women and children to speak out against gender-based violence. The campaign starts from 25 November to 10 December annually, it’s been running for more than 25 years in South […]

Taking rural crafts out of the village and into the marketplace

Particularly in the rural areas of South Africa, stories abound of how artists and crafters either struggle to make a living or are exploited because of their lack of city smarts. An award-winning partnership between the private sector and Venda and Tsonga artisans in Limpopo is changing that, by encouraging villagers to use their creative […]

Are women equal towards other women?

by Thato Masalesa We have addressed equality, men treat women as their equal, mind you I excused the word “will” because that would mean we are working towards that…no that type of thinking ultimately means it can be unlearned, I believe women have always been equal to men but are women equal to other women? […]

PICS: Busiswa’s Documentary Screening (Red carpet)

Busiswa’s Documentary Screening at Africa Rising International Film Festival 2019

Newtown Junction Mall came to a standstill  Wednesday night! Her Majesty, Busiswa made sure of it. The entrepreneur, singer, performer and poet’s documentary titled Busiswa: Unbreakable Story debut last night at inaugural Africa Rising International Film Festival. The documentary was the official opening film for the festival organised by filmmaker Kweku Mandela, entrepreneur Lala Tuku […]

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