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 UJ opens African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science

UJ opens African Centre for Epistemology and Philosophy of Science

Prof Alex Broadbent says the aim is to promote critical thinking about science and knowledge with a focus on African research.

ADHD: commonly misunderstood symptoms

ADHD: commonly misunderstood symptoms

Aubrey Masango spoke to parenting coach, Mia Von Scha about assumptions on Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

What your station wagon says about you

What your station wagon says about you

Phakamile Mzimela asks if station wagons qualify as family cars or if they are simply funeral cars?

Pick of the week:  The Suit

Pick of the week: The Suit

Talk Radio 702's Phemelo Motene selected 'The Suit' by Can Themba, the Drum magazine writer as her pick of the week.

Is motherhood a job?

Is motherhood a job?

Creative parenting expert Nikki Bush chats about whether motherhood is a job or not.

Dr. van Loggerenberg says in principle you should get a seasonal flu vaccine

Dr. van Loggerenberg says in principle you should get a seasonal flu vaccine

Dr Charl van Loggerenberg MD at International SOS gives sound advice on how to treated the dreaded flu and colds.

[LISTEN] Mr. Active explains what  makes a comrades marathon champion

[LISTEN] Mr. Active explains what makes a comrades marathon champion

David Katz aka Mr. Active discusses the difference between the David Radebe's and Charne Bosman's view of the world.

What causes inflammation? Dr Loggerenberg explains

What causes inflammation? Dr Loggerenberg explains

Inflammation is a complex biological response and works to heal wounds, but it can also play a role in some chronic diseases.

'Nick Durandt was larger than boxing'

'Nick Durandt was larger than boxing'

The legendary boxing promoter and trainer died on Friday aged 53. Boxing correspondent Peter Leopeng remembers him.