Faith Haushona-Kavamba

WE have all seen the woman scrambling to make it to the altar, cleavage bursting out of a dress that is so tight she can barely kneel in front of the altar to receive communion.

Tate Buti stands the test of time

DON’T take offence when I liken Tate Buti to that sturdy blanket that granny gave to you when you where knee-high to a grasshopper.

Juicing: A dieter’s worst nightmare

PUT that apple down and slowly back away from that juice. Juicing is not the miracle weight-loss trick you thought it was.

The predictable Seventh Son

IT is a tale as old as time itself. Boy meet girl; they fall in-love, but boy leaves her for another girl; she feels scorned and spends the rest of her life trying to kill him.

Hazing on the spotlight

The first day of school is usually one of the most exciting days in the year for most children.

Jojo’s a haven for artists

ent JANPssst! Psst! Have you heard? There is a cosy place in the heart of the city where you can escape to and enjoy uncensored, unadulterated art and great food.

The ranting of a fashion nut: Fashion forecast

The fashion forecast for 2015 is sunny with a splash of cool hues, a hint of vintage and drop waists. It is the year to be bold and beautiful.

What's in a name?"

“What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” William Shakespeare stated in Romeo and Juliet.

Success written in the stars

ONE can’t help, but admire Djokic Dragan’s ability to pounce on talent before anyone else recognises it.

Exodus: Gods, Kings and inaccuracies

IT is surprising that no radical Christian organisation hacked Scott Free Productions to protest what one can only describe as intentional misinterpretations in Exodus: Gods and Kings.

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