September 25, 2017

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House-cleaning, walking to work, staves off death: study

One in 12 global deaths over a five-year period can be prevented through 30 minutes of physical activity -- which can include house-cleaning or walking to work -- five days a week, researchers said Friday.

Smokers with HIV far more likely to die of lung cancer

People who are infected with human immunodeficiency virus and who smoke are far more likely to die from lung cancer than HIV, researchers said Monday.

Car insurers softening their stance on remote jamming theft incidents

It was back in January 2011 that the first reports of theft by remote jamming began to appear in South African media.

Mozambique and SA joined at the hip

My late grand uncle was called ngamula (town squire) by everyone in the township as he would walk around the neighbourhood in his expensive striped double-breasted suit with a colourful pocket hanker chief and mirror spectacles while carrying a white cane just for show.

A fifth of global deaths linked to diet: study

Fewer children are dying before their fifth birthday and although humans are living longer than ever before, one in five deaths last year were linked to poor diet, researchers said Friday.

Pros and cons of taking sexual enhancement pills

When we think of sexual performance enhancing pills, we often think of old men who need to drink a few before getting their groove on, usually with a young, perky bombshell they would like to impress.

World lags badly on targets to slash TB, HIV, obesity: study

Not a single country, out of nearly 200 reviewed, was on track to meet the UN target of eliminating new tuberculosis infections by 2030, according to a global review published Wednesday.

Apple lays claim to smartphone future with new flagship iPhone X

Apple laid claim to the future of the smartphone Tuesday with a 10th anniversary iPhone X, touting the device as the next generation of mobile computing.

First ever Kota festival event to be hosted in Soweto

The first ever Soweto Kota Festival is scheduled to take place at the newly renovate Soweto Theatre this upcoming weekend, in what the organisers promise to be a day filled with different kinds of Kota’s and amazing fun for both young and old.

Urban sports to try for city-living fitness fans

 If you live in a city don't think that this means your workouts are limited to pounding the pavement and the gym.

Silence to highlight dangers of drinking while pregnant

Tomorrow‚ September 9‚ at 9.08am‚ people around the world will stand in silence for a single minute.

Opening Africa to SA wines

Swashbuckling Nigerian-born Adetunji Omotoso is a man of many parts who has established a strong base in South Africa in the past decade - a Pan-African affairs TV commentator, director of African Wine Circle, founder of the Joburg-based Nigerian Diaspora Television news channel on YouTube; and holder of a few qualifications from the Cape Wine Academy.

Carlonet cultivates cult status

The Cape winelands offer infinite possibilities to a holiday maker seeking a bit of a respite from the fast-paced city life to the calmer countryside charm combining sightseeing escapades with palate-pleasing adventure.

Why inclusivity is the new buzzword in beauty

 Rihanna's debut Fenty Beauty collection launches later this week... and rumor has it that she is set to release no fewer than 40 different foundation shades for all skin types.

Let's meet at the Polo, in Soweto

Soweto will once again march into the history books by becoming the first township in South Africa to host a polo tournament.

Is a high fat diet the key to a long life?

The high fat diet scores again over carbs‚ this time for longevity and strength.

Rihanna teases Fenty Beauty products ahead of launch

Rihanna's Fenty Beauty collection launches in a matter of days, and the singer has taken to social media to offer fans a glimpse of what they can expect.

OPINION: When a heartbreak tsunami sweeps though your heart

Catching your lover red-handed with someone else is one of the most heartbreaking experiences a person can go through.

Five 'superfoods' that might not be so super after all

 Acai berries, goji baies, kale, pineapples and now mares' milk -- according to nutritionist Raphaël Gruman, there's no need to rush out and buy these five trending "superfoods".

New blood DNA analysis can detect early-stage cancer, study says

An American study published in Science Translational Medicine, which followed 200 cancer patients in the US, Denmark and the Netherlands, has paved the way for the early detection of several types of cancer in apparently healthy subjects. That could help people avoid the aggressive treatments required by the later, metastasized stages of the disease.

Tranquil Maputo calling

Just under 10 years ago, the Maputo beachfront was sparsely developed.

Subtle ways to seduce someone

Ask anyone about how to seduce a man, and they would probably think - wear sexy lingerie, show lots of cleavage, or dance like a video vixen.

OPINION: Emotional scars should not be played down, the pain caused can be harrowing

A relationship is bound to be visited by a quarrel.

Uncle Jeff could teach young beaus a thing or two about requesting nudes

Minister makes an impression with the expression of his heart’s desire, complete with its precise geolocation.

Yoga is bringing well-being and employment to young people in Africa

Yoga is a 5,000-year-old physical mind and body practice. Most present day practices share some variation of yoga poses (asana), breathing exercises (pranayama), relaxation, and meditation.

A journey through craft beer, good food

The craft beer lifestyle is taking the country by storm, with speciality restaurants and pubs opening up everywhere.

I found sexy pictures when snooping on my boyfriend's phone

I recently found out that my boyfriend keeps sexy pictures of his ex-girlfriend on his cellphone. Yes, I did snoop and searched his phone one day. I found it disturbing and devastating. I don't know how to confront him about it?

If opting for lay-by‚ check that store’s policy is CPA compliant

Lay-by signs are popping up in the windows and at the pay points of many a chain store as struggling retailers embrace the interest-free payment model in a bid to entice consumers with maxed-out credit cards and tainted credit records.

New to running? Five tips to get you going

With the number of marathon participants around the world growing every year, running is clearly an increasingly popular physical fitness activity.

Airline to slap belligerent passengers who delay flights with hefty fines

Fliers who behave badly and cause flight delays will face hefty fines when flying Air India. 

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