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Ford Kuga drivers fear for their kids' lives as cases pile up, says journo

Ford Kuga drivers fear for their kids' lives as cases pile up, says journo

Times senior reporter Graeme Hosken explains that a number of Kuga models are implicated, not limited to the 1.6 litre Ecoboost.

Driven fashionista Thula Sindi on how he became a household name

Driven fashionista Thula Sindi on how he became a household name

"Fashion is still my first love", says renowned SA designer Thula Sindi who shares his journey and advice to others.

Study sheds light on how to look younger for longer

Study sheds light on how to look younger for longer

Why do some people age better? If you're stressing yourself out, you could be aging yourself quicker.

Why eating insects is good for you

Why eating insects is good for you

Entomophagy (eating insects) is environmentally friendly and more indigenous to Africans than you think, argues Dr Saliou Niassy.

Traffic expert slams 'pathetic' road stats, urges road users to be responsible

Traffic expert slams 'pathetic' road stats, urges road users to be responsible

Transport Dept says 1714 fatalities were recorded on the road this festive season, which is a 5% up compared to the year before.

Chester Missing looks into his crystal ball for 2017 predictions

Chester Missing looks into his crystal ball for 2017 predictions

Revolutionary political puppet Chester Missing has looked into the future and shared his thoughts on what the year has in store.

Grade repetition too high in SA (and not the solution), says education expert

Grade repetition too high in SA (and not the solution), says education expert

Better to have a second chance than to drop out, advises Basic Education's Angie Motshekga. But is repeating a grade the answer?

Vusi Mahlasela, an international music giant who always calls Mamelodi home

Vusi Mahlasela, an international music giant who always calls Mamelodi home

Phemelo Motene interviews Mahlasela's manager, Lance McCormack, about the 51-year-old Mamelodi born musical healer.

How to prevent and treat diabetic wounds

How to prevent and treat diabetic wounds

Scientific affairs & education manager at 3M South Africa says diabetic patients need to inspect their feet at least once a day.