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Aspasia Karras is editor-at-large of Sunday Times Lifestyle. She has also worked as publisher of this department and has held senior positions at titles like Marie Claire and Elle.

ASPASIA KARRAS | Not even Elon’s cash can save him from the shade of his own ...

A day after turning 18, Musk's daughter filed to legally change her name and gender, seeking to have nothing to do with her dad.

ASPASIA KARAS | Still slugging for SA

Brian Mitchell is still in excellent shape, hitting holes-in-one rather than other men's faces

James Ngcobo: An energetic man with a gigantic appetite for telling stories

James Ngcobo has something of the electron about him. He is one of those energetic particles in the universe that vibrate at an intense generative ...

ASPASIA KARRAS | Good-looking folks are richer and have more friends, but ...

A study in Germany made some interesting 'discoveries' about people gifted in the appearances department

A hot lunch with SA’s radio queen, Sibongile Mtyali

Sibongile Mtyali is the formidable station manager for Kaya FM and their offices are in Jan Smuts Avenue, across the road from Joburg’s most-talked ...

There’s something shortsighted about Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘lean in movement’

As Michelle Obama said about it in an unguarded moment, “sometimes that s**t doesn’t work”.

ASPASIA KARRAS | Queen Elizabeth is a warrior who’s smashing her brand

Her Maj is a marketing genius, up there with Elvis, Marilyn, Che Guevara and Coca-Cola in terms of global consciousness.

The chef who deconstructed shepherd’s pie

Chef Luke Dale Roberts ushered in some of this fine dining when he took his first South African job after training in France and working there, in ...

Sirens in the suburbs: meet the make-believe mermaids of Midrand

People of various ages and persuasions are dressing up as mermaids to go swimming together for the sake of fitness and finding their inner child.

‘Treffers’, halloumi and the Barbary sheep

It’s possible to live in SA and exist in entirely discrete pockets of culture that never really cross over. Ever