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SCROOGES VS Angels
SOME came to the party in a big way and donated billions. Others dipped their hands into the cookie jar (and even stole with food parcels for the poor)! Some put their lives on the line to save those affected. Others posted selfies of themselves enjo
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Mnandi News
WANT to say thank you? Got something positive to say about someone? Has a stranger done a good deed for you? Have you received outstanding service from a place or a person? We want to know about it. No kind deed should go unacknowledged. E-mail mnan
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Thinking Of Going The V Route?
IF we really want to reduce the human impact on the environment, the simplest and cheapest thing anyone can do is to eat less meat. Humans eat about 230 metric tonnes of meat a year, mostly chickens, cows, sheep and pigs. Cattle need vast amounts of
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The Makers
ABROAD, Swiss pharmaceutical giant Roche has started shipping coronavirus tests to the US and plans to get at least 400 000 out every week. Its fully automated tests are capable of delivering up to 960 sets of results every eight hours using one of i
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeMedical
NutriFundi
NUTRIFUNDI is a consulting dietetic practice that is currently run by Chanelle Retief, a registered dietitian with a BSc degree and masters degree in Dietetics. Chanelle has a special interest in sport nutrition, weight loss and all other gut-related
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Celebs Who Don’t Eat Meat
“ONLY after I became active in women’s issues did I realise that my veganism was related to those very issues. Dairy and eggs don’t just come from cows and chickens, they come from female cows and female chickens. We’re exploiting female bodies and a
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The Takers
SHE’S got more clothes than she does heart. Victoria Beckham has been slammed by critics after she applied for taxpayer cash to pay her staff amidst the crisis – despite a family fortune estimated at £335-million. The former Spice Girl has furloughed
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeCrime & Violence
He Left Them On The Fence
Parents Elsie and Clive Ralph were greeted by police when they returned home for the evening, having le› their three small children in the care of their lodger David McGreavy. They were then escorted to the police station and delivered the most harro
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LET’S HELP EVERYTHING Go Well
“THE concept of helping people has always been close to my heart, and I practise it every single day through my job,” says Michaela Mallet, who always wanted to be a businesswoman. Little did she know her home-based company would soon operate in majo
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LIFE & DEATH DECISIONS
A Thumbs Down: Brazil’s president, Jair Bolsonaro, played down COVID-19’s threat and went as far as sabotaging quarantine measures imposed by nearly all of the country’s state governors. He also made it clear that COVID-19 was a ‘survival of the fitt
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Pet Of The Week
WE’RE sharing our favourite pet pictures with you every week! Send us a caption and your picture to gabrielleo@caxton.co.za.
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Pay It Forward
AT the moment Goseame does not have any official sponsorships; most of the small initiatives are funded by Michaela or through donations from community members. They are urgently looking for businesses to come on board and work with them to help peop
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Girls On Fire
GROWING up some of us wanted to be singers, teachers or lawyers, but for these successful young women, what they will be doesn’t come into the equation – because they already are! Beyoncé said it, and we all believe it – GIRLS are running this world,
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Pensioner’s Revenge
Little of note happens in the sleepy municipality of Schwalmtal in western Germany, so when a 71-year-old local man killed two lawyers and a property surveyor in the summer of 2009, the community was absolutely stunned. Named by locals only as ‘Hans
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10 Things You Should Be Watching Right Now!
ALL Eyez On Me brings to the screen the untold story of rapper, actor, poet and activist Tupac Shakur, portrayed by Demetrius Shipp Jr. – from his early days in New York to his status as one of the world’s most recognised and influential voices. Agai
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The QUARANTINE Diaries
SO, trying to stay occupied (read: sane) during the entirety of lockdown was, um, interesting. But some of our favourite stars managed to handle it by doing – well, what they usually do: keeping the ’Gram lit with their fashion fierceness. And we’d b
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20 Most Shocking Murders
THE sickening decision making that leads to someone committing the most shocking of murders is as fascinating as it is horrifying. In this special we’ll be delving deep into the most senseless killings and premeditated attacks. Learn the uncomfortabl
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Katy Perry ON FILMING AMERICAN IDOL REMOTELY
THE show must go on. While COVID-19 has brought multiple television productions to a screeching halt, others have tried to adapt their format to ensure that the shows can, in fact, continue shooting during this insane time. American Idol is one of th
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Pretty Throughout The PANDEMIC
THERE’S no doubt that it’s much easier to while away the lockdown hours with Netflix (and chill...), but it’s important to keep a routine. And this also includes your beauty routine. Although it’s back to basics when it comes to your skin, hair and n
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Jekyll And Hyde
Lydia Wilkinson was in her university halls of residence on the morning of March 30, 2017, when her phone rang. The 19-year-old biology student had only been an undergraduate for six months and was living in Bristol, an hour and a half’s drive south
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Off The Record With Josh Wantie
JOSH WANTIE may be a relatively new face in the music scene, but it’s already made a big impression on the local pop landscape, and he’s now moved to the United Kingdom to pursue his music further. Having dropped a brand-new EP titled Lifeline, the c
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Cheesy French ONION SOUP
SERVES: 4 EASY: 1 HOUR 60g Salted butter500g Red onions, peeled and sliced3 Tablespons of cake flour60ml Red wine1L Vegetable stock2 Fresh bay leavesA small handful of fresh chopped thyme150g Frozen peasSalt and freshly ground black pepper, to taste
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeCrime & Violence
Barley The Boy
There’s no excuse for his crimes, but Aaron Barley had a terrible start in life. He was the child of incest: his mother and father were uncle and niece. But by the age of six he was an orphan – his mother dying of a heart attack and cancer having cla
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Reviews
HEARTTHROB Justin Bieber releases his fifth studio album, Changes, five years after his last album, and a lot has influenced him during the hiatus, resulting in a, well, change of direction. Essentially this is an R&B record, so it’s unlike anything
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Living Colour
FOUR-TIME Oscar nominee Saoirse Ronan designed and decorated her Edwardian seaside hideaway in Ireland to be practical, comfortable and aesthetically impressive, all in equal measures. She modernised the 1970s mansion into the kind of home befitting
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeCrime & Violence
The Smug Smile Of The ‘Coffee Killer’
“She made her entrance like a Hollywood diva sashaying along the red carpet.” These words were written by the Daily Mail’s Nick Pisa about a smiling Amanda Knox as she entered the court to stand trial for murder in 2009. The same can be said of 27-ye
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App-solutely Fabulous
TRAVELLERS, pay attention: this is one app you’ll be happy to have when it comes to the planning process. Omio sources the best travel options through their advanced filtering process, helping you save time and money by booking flights, bus and train
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititePsychology
The Mind’s Eye Awards 2020
THE title of the competition in The Mind’s Eye refers to famous photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson photo essay of the same name in which he says, “To take photographs means to recognise – simultaneously and within a fraction of a second – both the fa
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ALL ABOUT THE Flu Vaccine
HOW many times have you heard someone saying: “I’m not getting the flu vaccine again, it gave me flu last time?” Well, medically this is actually impossible. Firstly, parts of the flu virus that are used are dead, so no longer active and able to infe
People Magazine South Africa1 min cititeCrime & Violence
She Watched As Her Children Drowned
Circuit Judge William Howard allowed jurors to watch the re-enactment crime scene investigators had put together as part of the case against Susan Smith, a 23-year-old mother accused of murdering her two young sons – three-year-old Michael and 14-mon
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