South Africa has been wrapped up in public and parliamentary debates on the value of South Africa’s proposed sugar tax.
Britain's Prince William has spoken of the moment he was woken up to be told his mother had died in a car crash, saying: ...
Pack the kids in the car and head for the hills, writes Marchelle Abrahams.
Mother tells of being in denial when daughter was diagnosed, writes Nomaswazi Nkosi.
An expert has warned that the material ambitions of affluent parents are leading to anxiety, self-harm and eating disorders in British children.
Those who say children should just live with the gender they were assigned at birth have never had to question theirs, writes Julie Scagell.
Clara Wiggins was living abroad with her children. Unsure if she could do it... and then the bomb went off.
We unpack the importance of a first aid kit and essential contents, so you’re prepared for situations where treatment for an injury is required.
At least one in 20 children in South Africa are believed to have ADHD and their parents don’t know it. Marchelle Abrahams finds out more.
Children of divorced parents are far more damaged by the arguments during the marriage than the split itself, a new study suggests.
Continuously confiding in your child can be damaging to their long-term emotional well-being, says psychologists.
Parenting a primary school child is complicated. Questions about when you are helicoptering loom large. But there’s still time for improvement.
Dr John Dermartini shares his views on how to build confidence in a teen who doesn't fit the perfect mould.
Children are healthier and more likely to grow up with a good education if their biological father lives with them, according to a new study.
An entire race over many generations has cultivated a deep-seated anger that had no legitimate outlet till now, writes Dr Shaquir Salduker.
Taylor Harris thought that loving blackness could be coded into her daughter's DNA, passed down just like athletic ability or creativity.