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Tuesday | 12 October | 2021 The dangers of cyberbullying and how to manage it

By Reon Janse van Rensburg FREE WEBINAR For more information feel free to visit the following link: Bullying is a widespread problem that parents and teachers should quickly and efficiently tackle to lessen the dangers it can have for the wellbeing of children. What is cyberbullying? Cyberbullying is bullying  … Read more

Monday | 11 October | 2021 Tips for protecting your house in the rainy season

By Nico Strydom The rainy season will start shortly over large parts of South Africa and it could cost homeowners a lot of money if they don’t take the necessary precautions in time. According to Virseker homeowners’ claims during the rainy season from March to October rise to a whopping  … Read more

Monday | 11 October | 2021 Are you a toxic parent without knowing it?

By Wilma Bedford Dysfunctional parents are pretty common, but usually they are not aware of how toxic they are. They think they’re doing their best – and some of them really are, which makes it all even more complicated. Toxic parenting goes way beyond the occasional blow-up. It takes the  … Read more

Monday | 11 October | 2021 Protect your house against wind and rain

By Emsie Martin The coming rainy season could be an expensive one if you do not do the necessary repairs and adjustments in time. According to a statement issued by Virseker the number of claims submitted by house owners during the rainy season – from October to March – could  … Read more

Monday | 04 October | 2021 Options for your child’s learning needs

By Nico Strydom Many learners’ educational needs have changed over the past one and a half years due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Learners who formerly performed well and thrived, could probably be struggling now. Many schools have introduced various measures that resulted in a variety of impacts and outcomes on  … Read more

Monday | 27 September | 2021 Stay-at-home-moms’ struggle to return to work

By Nico Strydom Women who have children and stay at home for a while before returning to work, are often only considered for lower level, more general and lower paid roles that they filled previously. Research points out that managers who are responsible for hiring decisions are of the opinion  … Read more

Monday | 27 September | 2021 Heritage Month: Let’s celebrate our heritage by introducing our children to traditional games

By Melodie Veldhuizen Many South Africans have dubbed Heritage Day (24 September) National Braai Day (seeing that braai is a typical South African pastime). Another way of celebrating our cultural heritage, is to recall traditional games we played as children and reintroduce them to our children and play them together. Following  … Read more

Monday | 27 September | 2021 How to spot – and stop spreading – fake news

By Anja van den Berg The internet brings with it a myriad of constructive qualities. Unfortunately, it can also be a tool for the harmful. Fake news has the potential to wreak havoc. Fake news is spread to create fear and cause panic. Sharing it can result in people making  … Read more

Monday | 13 September | 2021 Top tips for moving during Covid-19

By Dr Eugene Brink Packing up your house and belongings and moving to a new place and house seems daunting. Under normal circumstances, moving is one of the most stressful life events. Doing it during a pandemic is even more stressful and less ideal. Nevertheless, many people are making use  … Read more

Monday | 13 September | 2021 SA teenagers and obesity

By Marli Naidoo More and more South African children are overweight. It has been found that 18% of children between the ages of 15 and 17 are overweight or suffer from obesity. The rate is considerably higher among girls (22%) than among boys (15%), and among children who live in  … Read more

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