When a destinations labelled 'kid-friendly' it conjures up ideas of crowded restaurants and menus of burgers and fish fingers. But it is possible to find holiday spots that are child-friendly without compromising on adult luxury.
2017 is promising to give us the good stuff (that is, if we all squeeze our eyes closed tightly and sing “la-la-la” loudly while trying to block our ears from acknowledging that Donald Trump really is the 45th president of the US).
There was a time when green living was seen as the lifestyle of eccentric, rich wanna-be hippie types spending loads of money on slow, unattractive cars. But these days it is possible to go green without looking pretentious, says Palesa Madum.
Mbalenhle Sibanyoni chats to three South Africans about the importance of African vernaculars in education and as an aid to social change.
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