Salt is Bad For You: But How it Affects Your Body...

Research has shown that excess salt intake is harmful to people’s health. It can lead to high blood pressure and increase the risk of...

Do You Know What Your Children Are Watching?

The Film and Publication Board (FPB) has urged parents to be vigilant and closely monitor their children’s online activities, especially games downloaded on various...

SA’s AfriForum Launches ‘Self-Do’ Campaign To Improve Communities #AnchorTownRoadshow

AfriForum launched its Anchor Town Roadshow in Pretoria on Monday. During this launch week, AfriForum personnel will pick up garbage in streets, paint road...

Expired Drugs May Remain Effective, Safe to Use in a Pinch

Even medicines that are years past their expiration date and haven't always been kept in strict climate-controlled conditions may still retain their original potency,...

SA’s Traditional Leaders Can Help Debunk Patriarchy Myths

As custodians of culture, traditional leaders are ideally placed within communities to expose myths around patriarchy and notions of ownership over the bodies of...

Shanaya (5) Crowdfunds for Stage 4 Bone Cancer after Losing Arm

Shanaya Govender (5) from Roodepoort, Johannesburg has battled Ewing’s Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, since the age of 3. Shanaya initially became ill...

Semenya Accuses IAAF of Breach of Regulations at CAS Hearing

Caster Semenya has said the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) breached confidentiality regulations ahead of her appeal hearing on Monday where she is...

Surge in Applications as South African Teen Seeks Lifesaving Marrow

Would you wait if it was your child or someone you loved? Robbie Eddles – an incredibly special and courageous 17 year old from Durban,...

International Rare Disease Day – 28 February 2019

The countdown to International Rare Disease Day 2019 has officially begun. Taking place on 28 February, the 12th edition of the annual event will...

Angels’ Work in the Karoo, South Africa

Ivonne Gentle has been looking after dying dear ones since she was six years old, when the first of her three sisters passed away...

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This week Carte Blanche investigates the questionable ethics of transporting South African Livestock overseas, the women behind the movie Stroop and more! You can...

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Since the National Health Insurance (NHI) Bill was introduced to Parliament, bringing it a step closer to reality, SAPeople has been inundated with concerned...
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SA ‘Expat Tax’ Answers to FAQ South Africans Working Abroad Need...

As March 2020 approaches, when SA 'Expat Tax' is due to be implemented, we've been inundated with questions from South Africans working abroad. Here...