Articles Posted in the " Lifestyle " Category

  • Chaos Doctrine releases debut track

    Chaos Doctrine, a metal band based right here in Alberton, just released the debut track from their forthcoming debut album. The track, CULT, has gotten a lot of attention and we decided to catch up with some of the band’s members at their studio. MY ALBERTON: Hi guys! Tell us about your connection to Alberton? […]

  • Canal Opens a Path Between Fox and Main

    Canal Opens a Path Between Fox and Main – Human Intersection is a joint development initiated by Propertuity in collaboration with the City of Johannesburg. This urban thoroughfare is more than just a pathway – it is an inner city sculpture park. Each sculpture – crafted by renowned artist Kim Lieberman – is modelled after […]

  • How To Walk The Good Path

    How To Walk The Good Path: After being asked about the specific bad habit of tardiness, New York City life coach Julie Holmes explained, “when people get into the habit of constantly being late for things they develop a pattern of doing so, and begin to believe that it’s just who they are. It becomes a […]

  • A Spitting Issue

    A Spitting Issue: A meeting was held on Friday morning at the Sea Point police station‚ attended by the woman and the manager and coach of the Step Brothers rugby team. The culprit was not present. The Step Bothers is a social rugby club. On the tournament’s website it is described as a ”bunch of alcoholics keen […]

  • Things To Know When Going Through Divorce

    Things To Know When Going Through Divorce: Marriage is this beautiful, amazing, loving, caring union… until it’s not. Sure, some marriages last and last, but some crash and burn, leaving behind a huge mess and intense heartbreak — no matter if you are the one who asked for a divorce or not. They say marriage takes […]

  • Why Does It Rain Do You Really Know

    Why Does It Rain Do You Really Know: Rain – and other forms of precipitation – occur when warm moist air cools and condensation occurs. Since warm air can hold more water than cool air, when the warmer air is cooled the moisture condenses to liquid – and it rains. Three types of rain that you get are- Frontal […]

  • Road Safety Tips For The Festive Season

    Road Safety Tips For The Festive Season: The holiday season is filled with tons of happiness and celebration, but it can also be a time of danger for road users. It seems everyone is in a hurry trying to wrap up their shopping and enjoy festive celebrations. But as you’re dashing around town, it’s important to […]

  • Vegan Vs Vegetarian

    Vegan Vs Vegetarian: You might thing its all the same but really once you have a closer look it really is not. Neither vegans nor vegetarians eat meat. However, while vegetarians tend to consume dairy products and eggs, a vegan avoids all animal products, including eggs and dairy, and often inedible animal-based products, such as leather, […]

  • Are You Forgetful

    Are You Forgetful: Memory slips are aggravating, frustrating, and sometimes worrisome and causes trouble at work. If memory lapses are bugging you, it’s worth a conversation with your doctor to see if any reversible causes are at the root of the problem. Something like getting more sleep, switching a medication, or a stress reduction program could get […]

  • Tips On Saving Water

    Tips On Saving Water: Water conservation has become an essential practice in all regions, even in areas where water seems abundant. In addition to saving money on your utility bill, water conservation helps prevent water pollution in nearby lakes, rivers and local watersheds. When it comes to conserving water, small adjustments can have a big impact. Below are […]

  • Leondale Accident

    Leondale Accident: ER24 paramedics transported two people yesterday morning, one that was critically injured, after four vehicles collided at the Heidelburg and Van Dyk Road intersection in Leondale, south of Johannesburg. When paramedics from the ER24 Jhb South branch arrived on the scene, they found the four vehicles in the middle of the busy intersection. A wrecked […]

  • Really Want A Beard Here’s How

    Really Want A Beard Here’s How: At five days you can chalk it up to a slow start. At ten, you can blame your father’s genes and laugh it off. But at twenty days in, well over midway through the ordeal, it starts to become genuinely embarrassing. You really want your beard to grow and not be […]

  • Dangers Of Smoking While Pregnant

    Dangers Of Smoking While Pregnant: If your health isn’t enough to make you quit smoking, then the health of your baby should be. Smoking during pregnancy is bad for you and your baby. Quitting smoking, even if you’re already pregnant, can make a big difference in your baby’s life. Smoking harms nearly every organ in the body […]

  • Marriage Advice

    Marriage Advice: What is the cause of the conflicts that are causing so much unhappiness in marriages and creating toxic relationships? Why do men and women cheat on their partners? The answer should be obvious: On the whole, people don’t understand the cause of the conflicts in their marriages and how to deal with the conflict, […]

  • Time To Fill Up As Ceppwawu Goes On Strike

    Time To Fill Up As Ceppwawu Goes On Strike: More than 15,000 employees are expected to go on strike in the petroleum sector this week. The union has been at loggerheads with the National Petroleum Employers’ Association over salary increases, collective bargaining and job security. The Chemical, Energy, Printing, Wood and Allied Workers Union (Ceppwawu) says the […]

  • Mandela Day 67 Challenge

    Mandela Day 67 Challenge: Nelson Mandela International Day (or Mandela Day) is an annual international day in honour of Nelson Mandela, celebrated each year on 18 July, Mandela’s birthday. The day was officially declared by the United Nations in November 2009. Mandela Day is a global call to action that celebrates the idea that each individual has the […]

  • JHB Rotary Club Blanket Drive

    JHB Rotary Club Blanket Drive: The cold weather as you can feel is upon us and the Rotary Club of Johannesburg South 101’s annual Blanket Drive is taking place again this year. They distribute to the poor and needy (although not street beggars) both locally and in the rural areas. Last year they even distributed three normal bales […]

  • Be On The Lookout

    Be On The Lookout: Dog fighting is a type of blood sport generally defined as opposing two game dogs against one another in a ring or a pit for the entertainment of the spectators or the gratification of the dogfighters, who are sometimes referred to as dogmen. Please be on the look out for any Red, […]

  • Rates Hiked In JHB

    Rates Hiked In JHB: Get ready to tighten up the belts as property rates will increase by 5.9%; water and sewerage and sanitation services by 13.2%. The City of Johannesburg has a budget of R54.8-billion for the 2016-2017 financial year, of which R45.3-billion was earmarked for operating expenditure and R9.5-billion for capital expenditure. Makhubo promised to address […]

  • Urged To Save Water

    Urged To Save Water: In his Freedom Day speech in Giyani‚ Limpopo‚ he said the government was continuing to look for new sources of water. But with the country in the grips of a severe drought and some of the country’s provinces having been declared disaster areas‚ extraordinary efforts needed to be taken to bring relief to […]