Working and homework is driving Marchelle Abrahams crazy - she says there's a compelling argument to toss it.
Suné Botes is a successful entrepreneur because she was home schooled, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
A doctor and mom of three deaf daughters explains the importance of having your child’s hearing tested before it’s too late. By Marchelle Abrahams
Set clear expectations when entrusting a stranger with the care of your loved one, says Femada Shamam, COO at Tafta. Omeshnie Naidoo chatted to her.
Successfully unlocking the potential of all our gifted children is vital, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
It’s become an unfortunate reality that South African roads are hazardous places to be.
Most parents think keeping children busy in the kitchen is a messy affair. This need not be the case, writes Latoya Newman.
One of the hardest tasks for parents is getting children to eat greens.
When choosing a school there are many factors to consider. Education expert Lee Koetser has a few suggestions.
A family suspected a caregiver was abusing their elderly mother who suffers from dementia. So they installed a camera.
How do we reduce the excess sugars from our children's diets?
Is allowing overweight children to decide what they want to wear when shopping a key to their confidence? Helen Herimbi finds out.
I think we’re the most intimidating bunch of 18- 35-year old’s to ever exist
Teenagers need to understand the consequences and dangers of under-age drinking. Here are a few tips.
It's a topic many shy away from, but how does one broach the subject of death with children? Kamcilla Pillay finds out more.