A 'touch-and-feel' garden at the Athlone School for the Blind gives blind children an opportunity smell and touch flowers.
Currently wrapping up her SA book tour, English author Julia Donaldson is familiar with our languages, writes Theresa Smith.
Reality TV star Katie Price has faced a backlash on social media after she used a straightener on her eight-year-old daughter's hair.
The Western Cape Education Department has been distributing pamphlets to schools, warning parents to enrol their children early.
The plight of children in care and their role in literature has inspired an exhibition at London's Foundling Museum, writes Etan Smallman.
Uberfamily started with their trials sessions to test a new service aimed at riders travelling with children under the age of three.
A Cape Town school's accommodation of a visually impaired pupil has immensely boosted a campaign to integrate the blind into society.
Facebook's 'teen dating' groups are every parent's nightmare come to life. By Caitlin Dewey
Leslie Landis gave up her phone for a week - and now thinks tech is addicted to us rather than the other way round.
There are ways in which teachers and parents can make any child's all-important first school days memorable and motivating.
Local retailers may have to do away with sweets and chocolates on their check-out aisles.
A lost story by famed British children's author Beatrix Potter has been discovered amongst her memorabilia.
Imagination comes in all shapes and sizes. That's why the world of Barbie is evolving. #TheDollEvolves
The new dolls join Barbie's Fashionista line will now feature four body types - traditional, tall, petite and curvy.
Teenages who take common antidepressants are twice as likely to become suicidal, researchers say.