Racial edicts in the form of the current empowerment regime have been presented as a non-negotiable by President Ramaphosa, writes Terence Corrigan.
Time-out is one of the only child discipline strategies recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
We often feel overwhelmed by negative emotions like shame, guilt, and jealousy, but it doesn't have to be that way.
There has been a dramatic decline in shark numbers in Cape Town.
Even positive changes can elicit a stress response.
New research suggests more choice isn't always better.
Thinking about an action can make our bodies involuntarily do it.
The theory of factor endowments provides important insights into why we do things in a certain way – from how we get married to what we eat.
Dark triad personality traits are a spectrum, and we all fall on them somewhere. In fact, if you shy away from traits such as grandiosity, confidence, and entitlement, you could be doing yourself a disservice.
Some people use the term "introvert" as an insult, but introverted people are not the insular hermits you might think they are. Introversion is actually all down to how your brain is wired.
People can stress over their work behaviour, causing insomnia.
Worried about protecting your seaside chips from pesky seagulls? Scientists believe the answer lies in a good old-fashioned stare down.
People with obsessive compulsive disorder live day to day with anxiety and obsessive thoughts. But once they learn to conquer their thoughts and actions, they can live more successfully after treatment than they did prior to the condition on-setting.
A small study demonstrated the importance of facial expressions during intercourse.
But if someone isn't into cuddles, it's best not to try and force it out of them.
One study suggests female psychopaths manipulate with flirtation, while men are more physically aggressive and violent.
It’s not okay to film people without their permission – and then ask Twitter to do a search to find out the identity of the people you’re filming.
The answer to why some people are left handed could lie in your spinal cord, according to international research which also came from South Africa.
Catastrophising is when you let your mind constantly jump to the worst possible conclusions, and it's a very difficult habit to break. Here's why it's so common and how to stop yourself doing it.
Nobody can attend everything, but we get FOMO nonetheless.
Two thirds of us are somewhere in the middle.
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