A Reminder Of Positive Change
Jun15

A Reminder Of Positive Change

By: Bonné de Bod June is a special month. There is a real physical shift in climate as winter settles in. Gone are the days of early morning dew and instead we are greeted with a dawn frost in our gardens. Staying warm is at the forefront of our minds, so the last thing we think about is the natural environment.  But June is globally dedicated to the environment, so we don’t really have a choice but to take notice. We have World...

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Young Children And Languages Have A Compatible Relationship
Jun11

Young Children And Languages Have A Compatible Relationship

By: David Lim “One language sets you in a corridor for life. Two languages open every door along the way.” (Frank Smith) The roots of the brain, when gets sprinkled by the water language, it unleashes the fragrance in nearby surroundings. Language lays a stepping stone for children and prepares a foundation for all the social interactions. Having a large vocabulary boosts creativity and support children to come up with new ideas....

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5 Fun Ways to Teach Kids About Water Conservation
May31

5 Fun Ways to Teach Kids About Water Conservation

By:  Annabelle Fee When there is water available in abundance and is supplied without any limitations, children may not be able to value this blessing of nature until they are educated about water and the need to conserve its resources. It is important that kids are given an early start and are taught to avoid wasting water by either a science tutor or their parents so they can grow up to be responsible members of society. The...

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The Art of Inspirational Music: MUScrew
Apr10

The Art of Inspirational Music: MUScrew

 By: Musa Mbambo Founded on the ambition of reaching the heart of a black child and to empower and motivate the less privileged, music production team, #The MUScrew have been raising the bars of talent with their prepared Food Of The Spirit catered for South African attention. Who is the MUScrew, who are you guys? MUScrew is a musical team consisting of three talented members, namely, Lillly Queen, Uncensored Keede and myself, Max...

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Small Things You Can Do To Help Those With Mental Illnesses
Mar28

Small Things You Can Do To Help Those With Mental Illnesses

By: Tracey Ruff Considering that there are over 17 million South Africans living with a mental illness, it is more than likely that you know of someone who is trying to cope with a mental health issue. Fast-paced lifestyles, long and busy working hours, other illness like HIV, and numerous socio-economic factors all contribute to stress, anxiety, depression, and dangerous coping mechanisms, like substance abuse. The sad reality is...

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Tried and Tested: Study Do’s & Don’ts For Working Students
Mar02

Tried and Tested: Study Do’s & Don’ts For Working Students

By:  Tasneem Amos Educating one’s self is a wonderful sentiment, for knowledge is power. We get motivated by articles and leaders who encourage us to further educate ourselves. We get hypnotizedby envisioning ourselves as graduates, especially if we never had the opportunity and then whoop-ti-doo, we get registering and the excitement builds. We feel worthy! We’re feel invincible like we can take over the world one assignment at a...

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