I understand that the world has evolved and that technology has impacted the way that that we live, but what it has come with, is the loss of human connection more than anything. The loss of creating genuine memories without involving the entire world into our lives. That the previous generation of children grew up with no pressures from the world on who their parents were or who they had play dates with.
By Zine Mabunu Growing up, although raised between Rock and a good place I have adopted a sense of rage, a rage conjured by societal standards of how as a Womxn I should and should not be, how as a womxn I should swallow things and let others be, where standing up for issues such … Continue reading A Thin Line Between Womxn and Rage
By Zoleka Qodashe Travelling on South African roads can prove to be quite the activity. From the exchange of scornful glances between motorists to one’s countless woosah moments on these taxi-dominated streets. What is clear, however, is that more often than not, one’s mood on the road varies depending on the nature of one’s trip. … Continue reading A Painful Reality
By Kutlwano Pooe The month of September is not only known as the start to Spring season but it is also known as Self- improvement and self- awareness month. According to National Day Calendar there is no historical background to this self-improvement month. We celebrate this month by succeeding, not trying, to improve ourselves and the … Continue reading Self Improvement and Awareness Month
By Katlego Pooe The first week of August is World Breastfeeding week. Breastfeeding is a duty done by mothers to help nurture and develop newborns. This duty is so amazing and it creates a bond between the mother and child. The milk from breastfeeding has the right nutrition and helps protect the newborns immune system. … Continue reading World Breastfeeding Week
It's already become such a stigma in today's society. To breastfeed in public or not? There are many different views on this particular subject, and as we celebrate breastfeeding month, we're curious to know what your viewpoint on the topic is.
This month it's seriously all about the women. The 9th of August sees us celebrating 60 years since more than 20 000 women marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria in protest of the 'Pass Laws'. It didn't matter to them what their races were in that time. All that mattered was being unified in … Continue reading National Women’s Month
By Katlego Pooe July, the month which we give back and celebrate Nelson Mandela. There are a few things I would like to address, firstly the idea of doing something good or giving back to the community for 67 minutes seems doable but why can’t we make it 67 hours? An hour and seven minutes … Continue reading Volunteering This July
By Katlego Moncho Is it not funny how no matter how cold it is, we still do not mind eating out? Well, I guess it can only be a good thing that there are restaurants offering some great winter specials throughout the country. These are some of the great places to eat out at: Johannesburg … Continue reading Great Places to Eat this Cold Season