There are no definitive answers to the causes of stuttering despite continuing research, says speech therapist Dina Lilian.
Kids everywhere can't stand getting less - but in some places they don't like getting more either.
British police have been urged to investigate a case of a child being given industrial strength bleach as a 'cure' for autism.
Eight out of ten children think their parents should split up rather than try to patch up a rocky marriage, it has been claimed.
One of the world's best-known toy retailers has stopped telling girls and boys what they should be playing with.
Although he didn't realise it at the time, Roger How's mother was using him and his siblings as models for her designs.
NGO A+Students by CMaths South Africa celebrated their 10th anniversary to raise funds to help send two 8-year-old geniuses to San Francisco.
The Education Department has backed down and agreed to scrap this year's Annual National Assessments for schools.
Thousands of Western Cape matrics wrote their Afrikaans and civil technology exams on Wednesday.
The terror attacks in France left schools and parents around the world grappling with what to say to kids, and how to say it.
Choosing the right bed for a teenager can help them survive the stressful final months of the school year. Linda Breedt reports.
A total of 14 854 pupils in the Western Cape wrote isiXhosa paper two on Tuesday.
What opportunities are there for matriculants who don't pursue a tertiary education? Charlotte Smit explores the options.
Paediatrician Chad Hayes says parents should find out what the problem is before trying to fix it.
There was mixed reaction to the second life sciences paper which Western Cape matrics wrote on Monday.