New findings add to concerns that girls are becoming increasingly obsessed about their body image.
Cape Town-based Mala Bryan has broken the mould with her range of ethnic dolls, writes Nontando Mposo.
Tablet computers are leaving young pupils too weak to grip a pencil, warns a leading British headteacher.
South African kids are scampering to get their hands on the latest edutainment products.
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The clock is ticking: How to decide what and where to study next year.
Why AI Barbie may be an imaginary friend too far. By Rhodri Marsden
Shoprite is sharing R20-million worth in bursaries to finance studies for 2016.
Pictures in children's books introduce new ways of seeing the world, writes Piet Grobler.
Researchers claim to have come up with a solution to the poor reading standard of boys.
Scientists says parents of teens should be worried about the side effects of social media just before bedtime.
Many matriculants now need to make a decision about their tertiary studies.
There's only one group of people who decide what teens wear, and that's the fashion industry, says Sarah Vine.
When it comes to the teens and tweens of today, the official generational title is still up for grabs.
A mother tells how trusting her instincts was best when doctors said she was over-reacting.