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Monday | 03 May | 2021 What working fathers can do when a high-pressure career asks too much

By Anja van den Berg Gone are the days when fathers left for their day at the office while moms stayed behind to take care of the household. A study conducted by the United States government shows that the number of women entering the workforce climbed from 50% in 1970  … Read more

Monday | 03 May | 2021 Suicide among teenagers: Covid-19’s dark legacy

By Essie Bester According to a study by Higher Health SA suicide is the second-biggest cause of death among young people in South Africa, and higher education specifically. Experts say Covid-19 has a big hand in this. Anxiety, depression, drug abuse and the romanticisation of suicide feature considerably higher in  … Read more

Monday | 26 April | 2021 Your child and depression: What not to

By Wilma Bedford There is currently a worldwide increase in depression, anxiety and suicide amongst children and teenagers. Depression affects your thoughts, mood and body and can even occur in young children. Parents and caretakers should therefore take the condition seriously. Approximately one in five children suffer from a mental  … Read more

Monday | 12 April | 2021 Sport: The domestic fixtures for 2021

By Eugene Brink Sporting events have been conspicuously irregular since the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. Those that have resumed are still characterised by few (if any) spectators and tight protocols. However, 2021 does seem to be more promising and fans and players alike can look forward to the more  … Read more

Monday | 12 April | 2021 Protect your child against cyber bullies

By Nico Strydom A recent survey revealed that more than 50% of children in South Africa have been the victims of cyber bullies. “The reason for this is the increase in so-called “coupled communities” where more and more people are online, especially younger people,” says Simon Campbell-Young, cofounder of Digimune.  … Read more

Monday | 12 April | 2021 Do not neglect safety when working from home

By Nico Strydom The lockdown and associated regulations due to the Covid-19 pandemic change frequently and affects whether people work more from home, or whether they are back at the office. At level 1 of the lockdown many companies had their employees returning to the office. Charnel Hattingh, Head of  … Read more

Tuesday | 06 April | 2021 Raise a child who cares for others

By Essie Bester All of us would like to see our children develop into individuals with integrity, compassion and character. Experts say the secret is that we should show them that we understand them and really care because in that way they easily learn the lessons of love and character  … Read more

Tuesday | 06 April | 2021 Make your child money wise

By Essie Bester This year 22 April has been reserved for the financial literacy of the next generation, something that appears to be an urgent matter. According to a 2019 survey by the National Credit Education Foundation only 55% of adults give themselves an A or B when they have  … Read more

Tuesday | 06 April | 2021 Three ways parents can help young kids combat online fatigue

By Anja van den Berg The new normal has forced students to adapt to a different way of learning. The role of online education for the continuity of education at all grade levels has been imminent for quite some time. However, this transition is not always plain sailing. Over the  … Read more

Monday | 29 March | 2021 WhatsApp’s new privacy rules

By Wilma Bedford The current debate about WhatsApp’s new privacy rules and ultimatum to you as user to underwrite the policy or your account will be suspended, has caused many to be hot under the collar and some to be confused and anxious. WhatsApp, with two billion users, will announce  … Read more

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