If the decriminalization in South Africa of growing and using marijuana at home is confusing you, here’s some information that may clarify a few things.
The practice of collecting rainwater and storing it for subsequent use either indoors or outdoors might just be the solution for South Africa’s water crisis. Here are three reasons why.
Throwing out the stuff we no longer use encourages us to look at more challenging, often hidden things that also complicate our lives – like mental clutter. Here are some suggestions on how to go about clearing your space.
The Constitutional Court has just handed down judgment that it is legal for South Africans to grow a little marijuana for personal use. Here’s what you need to know.
The enzyme is able to digest PET (polyethylene terephthalate) – the material used in the plastic bottles that are clogging up landfills, coastlines and oceans around the world.
A technical recession provides a great opportunity for some business ventures to thrive. What are some of these potential business ventures.
It’s Oral Health Month and a drug developed for Alzheimer’s disease might replace tooth fillings in future.
Sunday is International Day for the Preservation of the Ozone Layer and NASA now has the first proof that the ozone hole is recovering due to the ban of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs).
Smartphone maker Apple has confirmed that the new iPhones Xs and Xs Max will be available in South Africa from September 28.
Home repossessions are a reality for many people. How can you avoid having your home repossessed?
Although water might seem as abundant a source as air, the drought has proven to South Africans that we can’t take water for granted. Here are four ways people waste water around their homes.