Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
3 Ways To Keep Fit On Your Next Holiday
ANDENE Thomson, founder of Healthy Girl and one of SA’s leading health and fitness personalities, shares some easy-to-do exercises that you can include during your next trip. 1. Place your band just above your knees. 2. Start in a standing position a
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
Natasha Sutherland On New Role
IN THIS week’s A-typical interview we feature South African actress and author Natasha Sutherland. She’s best known for her roles n the television serials Honeytown, Tarzan: The Epic Adventures, and Scandal, where she plays the role of Layla McKenzie
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min letti
The Power Of Your Name
NAMES are important. It’s a lesson I learnt when I was 7 years old and my mother found out I went by another name in school. It was a Friday afternoon and my mother had come to fetch me. She bumped into my classmate, Cyrilia, and asked her if she had
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min letti
Zinnbauer Confident Bucs Can Sail Past Benghazi
ORLANDO Pirates coach Josef Zinnbauer is relatively satisfied with his team’s outing in the group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup, but banks on their impressive home record to inspire them to victory against Ahli Benghazi tomorrow. The Buccaneers
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
Quick Read
SOUTH African cryptocurrency exchange ICE3X is closing down its operations almost a month after suspending deposits and trading, reports fintech news site PYMNTS.com. This was after the platform discovered “discrepancies” in its Bitcoin and Litecoin
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min letti
Proteas Aim To Be More ‘Street-wise’
IT’S Pakistan, again! It’s Heinrich Klaasen as Proteas T20 captain, again. It’s the Proteas without their star players, again. The players who are here aren’t complaining, nor is Mark Boucher – they just want to play – nor is anyone at Cricket South
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiPolitics
Tributes For Struggle Veteran Bloch
CONDOLENCES and tributes have poured in for Struggle stalwart, education activist and expert Professor Graeme Bloch. Bloch, the husband of former ANC deputy secretary-general Cheryl Carolus, was described as a stalwart and veteran by the ANC. Accordi
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min letti
Contractual RAs Cost You More Than Flexible Alternatives
APART from the obligations that contractual retirement annuities (RAs) impose on you to keep contributing for the full term of the contract, there is a further downside to these products: their costs. Personal Finance found that the costs on a contra
Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
You Could Own The World’s First Limo-Jet For R75m
THE designers of the world’s first Limo-Jet were quite creative when they built this mode of transport. The Limo-Jet, as it is known, is going on auction once again. The lucky buyer will have to fork out $5 million (about R75m) for the red stunner. A
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiCrime & Violence
All South Africans Are Responsible For Road Safety
“WE ARE still a long way from where we want to be,” said Transport Minister Fikile Mbalula. “We must not claim easy victories.” Those mourning the 235 people who died on our roads over the four days of Easter would not consider this a victory, easy o
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
DNA Testing Backlog Caused By ‘Consumables’ Shortage – Cele
POLICE Minister Bheki Cele has blamed a shortage of consumables for DNA analysis and delays in awarding tenders for the massive backlog at the police forensic laboratories. This takes place as the awarding of a R12.2million tender for the Eastern Cap
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min lettiArchitecture
Hopefield Homestead Friends Start ‘Food Forest’
FIVE friends have created a community on a smallholding on the West Coast where they grow a sustainable food forest and minimise their environmental impact in a permaculture way of life. Five years ago, Ester Kruger went on a career development cours
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
Queen’s Rock Who Rocked Propriety Dies
FLAGS across the UK are flying at half mast this weekend as the country mourns the death of the Queen’s “rock”, Prince Philip. His death was announced by the royal family yesterday morning and with this Operation Forth Bridge was set in motion, the m
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min lettiCrime & Violence
The Price Of Not Wearing A Mask On A Flight
YOU may want to reconsider defying mask-wearing orders when travelling by plane as South African airlines may slap you with hefty bills as high as R100 000. The recent surge of non-mask-wearing misfits on planes have caused flight delays and put pass
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiMedical
Essence Of Ramadaan Remains Despite Covid Challenges
RAMADAAN is a time of spiritual reflection, self-improvement, and heightened devotion and worship. Unfortunately, due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this is the second year that families will not gather together during this auspicious period, which is exp
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiCrime & Violence
Taxi Boss’ Family Reels
THE family of the slain Cape Amalgamated Taxi Association (Cata) president is hoping that the law will take its course. Victor Wiwi and Sibusiso Masana were shot and killed while another taxi owner sustained gunshot wounds. Police spokesperson Captai
Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
Editor’s Choice On Iol
ACCORDING to the Financial Sector Conduct Authority, almost 4.8 million South Africans have not claimed their pension savings, worth almost R42 billion. This money has the potential to change the lives of many. Speaking during a Money Smart Week even
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min letti
Your Next Seascape Sorted
FOR travellers yearning for a laidback holiday with some picturesque views, then a trip to the beach somewhere in South Africa may be what the doctor ordered. South Africa is home to white sand and Blue Flag status beaches, countless photo opportunit
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiCrime & Violence
Hawks Hit The Brakes On Driving Instructor
A DRIVING instructor in the Western Cape has been sentenced for fraud in the Vredenburg Regional Court. In a statement, Hawks spokesperson Zinzi Hani said Augustine Mramba, 36 and Riaan Wild, a traffic officer from Matzikama Municipality, were arrest
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiPsychology
Actor Walks The Talk By Guiding Young People At Risk
USING acting as a catalyst for change is what drives Cape Town actor Dann-Jacques Mouton. Mouton, who honed his talent in Noem my Skollie and 7de Laan, recently opened the doors of the Jacomus Foundation after he and his wife Tamsyn saw the growing n
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min lettiPsychology
How To Make Financial Planning A Family Affair
JUST as a ship’s captain is ultimately responsible for the well-being of those aboard his vessel, managing the family finances is serious stuff, strictly to be dealt with by the head of the house, right? Think again … This might have been the norm in
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min lettiDiscrimination & Race Relations
Holocaust Survivors’ Message Of Tolerance
SURVIVORS of the Holocaust shared their stories during the annual Holocaust Remembrance Day yesterday. The day is also called the Yom Hashoah and each of the six survivors lit a memorial candle and gave testimony and a message on how the memory and l
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
Action-packed Day Of Mixed Martial Arts Championship
THE Mixed Martial Arts South Africa (MMASA) Amateur Championship kicked off in fine style at the AMMA Underground in Edenvale yesterday. Fighters from across the country arrived in Gauteng to compete over three days – in an elimination-structured eve
Weekend Argus Saturday12 min letti
Dave Grohl’s Saga To Come Alive In ‘The Storyteller’
DAVE Grohl has been one of the most beloved and respected figures on the international music scene, and has taken centre-stage with his rock band Foo Fighters’ 1995 self-titled debut, the first of 10 albums in a massive 12-Grammy-winning streak, most
Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
Arable Land To Farm On
BIDDERS Choice will be auctioning an undeveloped farm near the West Coast settlement of Ebenhaezer and the Olifants River Mouth in a liquidation sale this month. The online auction starts on Wednesday, April 28, at 8am. Bids close on Thursday, April
Weekend Argus Saturday3 min lettiCrime & Violence
Insurers Weigh In On The Car Parts Debate
GARETH STOKES NOTHING riles a car owner more than an insurer’s decision to repair an accident-damaged vehicle with aftermarket rather than original equipment manufacturer (OEM) parts, but the practice is commonplace and, subject to circumstances, c
Weekend Argus Saturday2 min letti
Solskjaer Warns Players Not To Be ‘Conned’ By Tottenham
MANCHESTER United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has told his players to keep cool heads when they play Tottenham Hotspur tomorrow as they look to avenge a 6-1 thrashing at the hands of Jose Mourinho’s side in the reverse fixture. France international
Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
Swimming
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Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
World’s Highest Infinity Pool
FOR the best views of the Ain Dubai and Palm Jumeirah in Dubai, head to Address Beach Resort’s infinity pool. The length of the infinity pool is 94.84m and stands tall at 293.906m, making it the world’s highest infinity pool, according to Guinness Wo
Weekend Argus Saturday1 min letti
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