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25 Apr '16, 09:44am
Kate vs Naomi model friendship?
Kate vs Naomi model friendship?

Beneath the two supermodels' long-time association, their lives have taken different turns, writes Alison Boshoff.

24 Apr '16, 07:00am
Having it all... dreamed up by man?
Having it all... dreamed up by man?

Sarah Vine looks at a new book about the life of Helen Gurley Brown, who invented the concept of 'having it all'.

22 Apr '16, 08:57am
Forget the 'BitchSwitch' and get to work
Forget the 'BitchSwitch' and get to work

Renee Moodie says women would do better to change their own behaviour than to gang up on the Cell C head honcho.

20 Apr '16, 6:00pm
The six steps to a proper apology
The six steps to a proper apology

Researchers claim to have come up with a formula for the perfect apology.

20 Apr '16, 1:30pm
Why women fight in the workplace
Why women fight in the workplace

Women often struggle at work because they find it hard to compete with other women, a researcher says.

20 Apr '16, 08:38am
Dame Helen on the virtues of a tattoo
Dame Helen on the virtues of a tattoo

Helen Mirren once spoke of her disgust over the small tattoo on her left hand. Now she has revealed she would like another inking.

19 Apr '16, 10:19am
Bring on the sensory overload
Bring on the sensory overload

If South Africa had its own scent, Helen Walne imagines it would smell of discomfort and denial, but also hope.

19 Apr '16, 09:06am
Barbra’s prince of tides: Was it Charles?
Barbra’s prince of tides: Was it Charles?

The heir to the British throne had a decades-long 'infatuation' and rumoured affair with Oscar-winning actress Barbra Streisand, a new book claims.

18 Apr '16, 09:31am
Will Kate always be in Diana’s shadow?
Will Kate always be in Diana’s shadow?

William hoped recreating his mother's Taj Mahal pose would finally lay her ghost to rest. On the contrary, says Jan Moir.

17 Apr '16, 07:00am
Let's have a dinner party (not)
Let's have a dinner party (not)

Tom Utley recalls the dreadful evening that put him off dinner parties for life...

17 Apr '16, 07:00am
The Sixties not so swinging after all?
The Sixties not so swinging after all?

Sex, drugs and rock 'n roll? Maybe not, says a news book.

15 Apr '16, 4:00pm
The science of a good cry
The science of a good cry

Our evolutionary, psychological and biological reasons for 'crying it out' remain a mystery. Meeri Kim tries to get to the root of this human emotion.

15 Apr '16, 08:50am
7 ways to a less cluttered house
7 ways to a less cluttered house

IOL Lifestyle Editor Renee Moodie has a messy house. But order is just 15 minutes away...

15 Apr '16, 05:24am
Why bathroom laws just don't work
Why bathroom laws just don't work

Gender identity refers to what's between your ears, not between your legs, writes Steven Petrow.

14 Apr '16, 10:20am
Why popularity peaks at 25
Why popularity peaks at 25

Research claims we are never more popular than the age 25 - as we have the most people in our real-life social networks.