The local and international food industry is mourning the death of one of South Africa's best-known chefs, Dr Billy Gallagher.
Sudden growth spurts leave teen boys unco-ordinated because their brains have not had time to adjust to their rapid increase ...
Fentanyl is extraordinarily easy to misuse, even unintentionally. Sarah Kaplan investigates
There's lots of sex in Game Of Thrones... but not so much in the beds of people watching it.
Bel Mooney wonders if a new version of feminism might embrace being at home with the children as a conscious choice.
John Naish looks at new research which reveals the unexpected benefits of catching some rays.
Pit bull terriers have been unfairly demonised, says a new book.
After a teen attempted suicide, a teacher set out to show her students they are special.
Max Liu reviews a book about the way society perpetuates 'poisonous concepts of masculinity and femininity'.
A letter in which President John F Kennedy begs for an assignation with his mistress is being put up for auction.
Monica Hesse looks at 30 years of newspaper articles to find the best descriptions of the 'Hair'.
Tapas should be given World Heritage status because of its universal appeal, according to Spain's Minister for Culture.
Children who learn with no shoes on are more likely to do better than peers with footwear, a decade-long study has revealed.
Scientists have taken a 'very positive step' towards creating a universal vaccine against cancer.
Despite the rise of cellphones in the country, South African children spend the majority of their time on the computer, says a new study.