World Water Summit kicks off Water Week and here’s an update on SA dams and local water affairs.
With World TB Day on Friday, March 24, a dietitian, research assistant and anti-TB advocate reflects on her own experience of TB to call attention to this disease “that causes so much suffering in this country”. Here’s what you need to know.
Dr. Masaru Emoto was a Japanese author, researcher and entrepreneur, who claimed that human consciousness has an effect on the molecular, crystaline structure of water.
It’s World Water Day and the theme for this year is “Why waste water?” Here’s a look at how water is distributed in South Africa and the importance of saving water.
On 21 March of every year, South Africa celebrates Human Rights Day to commemorate The Sharpeville Massacre. Here are five facts around the public holiday.
Here are some (possibly) lesser known fighters for the freedom and human rights of their people. From Hinmatóowyalahtq̓it to Beyers Naude – are there one or two that you may not have heard of or thought about?
It’s Water Week and with the plastic pollution situation globally not really easing up we need to ask ourselves to what extent we are contributing to the situation by buying bottled water if we can safely drink tap water.
Human beings are very good at discriminating against each other but the one thing we collectively agree on is good food. Just take a look at the origins of different crops and food items that have traveled the world.
Today, the Irish and the Irish-at-heart celebrate St. Patrick’s Day across the world. Here are some interesting facts about this much-celebrated patron saint.
March is Nutrition Month and this year’s theme is “Put Your Best Fork Forward”. Making small shifts in your food choices, can add up over time. Even if you don’t like broccoli.
Almost everybody harbours preconceived perceptions about one group or another. How can we fight prejudice in society if we are not aware of our own? Take this quiz to find out how prejudiced you are.
Research shows that cross-group friendships between people of different races, ethnicities, or religions, break down prejudice by removing barriers of fear and doubt, and by modelling new norms of behaviour.
With the widespread uptake of smartphones all over the world, organisations have begun creating apps that specifically tackle racism. Here are our top picks from different parts of the world.
The internet can be a gift and curse; a gift because of all the information that is distributed and accessed globally, and a curse because of the ignorant minds that come with it. Here are some racist social media blunders we won’t soon forget.
The Department of Water and Sanitation has said that despite water improvements people should still use water wisely as this does not put an end to SA’s water woes.
These racially themed ads created a huge furore when they were first aired, but their creators denied that they had intended fuelling racism in South Africa. What do you think?
In this fast paced world we live in, who has the time and money to waste on something that could be simplified? Follow these low-budget household tips and tricks.
Today marks the beginning of Anti-Racism Week in South Africa. One form of discrimination is no worse than the other and here’s a look at the different ways fear and hate of the “other” manifests in our society.
Children are not born with prejudices and biases, but new research suggests that children exposed to racism tend to accept and embrace it as young as age three. Here’s seven things you can do to say no to racism.
The IAB Summit Bookmark Awards are celebrating their ninth year of rewarding excellence in digital publishing. Here are four reasons why you should not miss this year’s IAB events.
Plants are great at removing carbon dioxide from the air, but some plants are even more powerful, removing toxic chemicals like benzene, formaldehyde and ammonia from the air, a NASA study found.