Andrea Nagel Journalist
Andrea Nagel Journalist
Charlize Theron: a timeline of one of SA's most famous exports

We trace the Oscar-winner's journey from Benoni to Hollywood

Andrea Nagel Journalist
Why Kim Kardashian won the 2019 Met Gala

When dressing 'camp' automatically means feathers and sequins, platforms and shoulder pads, aren't we begging for a new stylistic definition?

Andrea Nagel Journalist
Is it that absurd that moms should be paid for being 'home executives'?

On Mother's Day, let's ask when women's worth will be valued and recognised

Andrea Nagel Journalist
'Road to Glory' books inspire kids to get off the sofa & onto the sports field

There are many valuable life lessons to be learnt from this series of books that tell the stories of SA sporting legends like Caster Semenya and Chad ...

Andrea Nagel Journalist
'The world has never been less violent and more safe'. Yes, really!

According to the facts, things are getting a little better all the time — despite all the negative stuff we read in the news

Andrea Nagel Journalist
How simply being near the sea can benefit your health

Research shows that spending time in, on or by the ocean could lower your risk of certain diseases

Andrea Nagel Journalist
The badass women of Westeros still have to play by men's rules *sigh*

'Game of Thrones' strikes a blow for feminism by bringing strong female characters to our screens, but that doesn't mean the way it portrays women ...

Andrea Nagel Journalist
How the Kardashian-Jenner clan used their vulnerability to rake in millions

The reality family's personal dramas help boost the sales of their merchandise, all thanks to what psychologists call 'the beautiful mess effect'

Andrea Nagel Journalist
Never before have we been under so much pressure to look a certain way

An entire generation is being brought up to believe that beauty is only pixel deep

Andrea Nagel Journalist
Cape Town's giant Wind Sculpture doesn't move, though it will move you

The latest addition to the Norval Foundation's sculpture garden, by Yinka Shonibare, celebrates the hybrid nature of identity

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