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They say employees don’t leave bad jobs, but bad managers. In South Africa the situation is especially dire.
Jordan Steffy finally had enough homophobic bullying and decided to fight back. Video of the confrontation went viral.
The Hoërskool Kempton Park pupil who was brutally attacked in one of the school's bathrooms has reportedly attempted to commit suicide since a video of the incident went viral.
A suit filed by the ACLU says the school violated the student's first amendment freedom of speech rights and pressured her to rat out her friends.
Nothing makes a job miserable faster than a bullying boss. Forget employee morale and wellbeing – bullying bosses can be bad for our workplace safety too.
Readers continue to share their stories of working with office psychopaths who are manipulative and egotistical, and sleep perfectly well while ruining colleagues' health and careers.
Many workplace narcissists, sociopaths and psychopaths are slowly sucking the life out of their co-workers and employees – to the extent that many workers feel they have no choice but to call it quits.
A worldwide survey of teachers and principals from schools in 48 different countries has found that South Africa has the highest rate of bullying and intimidation among pupils.
Little Lexi Rabe, who plays Morgan Stark in 'Avengers: Endgame', recently took to Instagram to plead with people to stop bullying her and her family.
Trying to get fit and healthy is hard enough without having to factor in the possibility of being mocked at the gym.
South Africa showed the highest prevalence of cyberbullying in a recent report by Ipsos Global, based on research in 28 countries. The report showed that more than 80% of South Africans said they were aware of cyberbullying and almost three-quarters of South Africans believe that the anti-bullying measures that are in place are insufficient
A pupil at the prestigious Grey Junior School in Port Elizabeth requires surgery to his face following an alleged bullying incident.
Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has visited Hoërskool Kempton Park where a boy was filmed assaulting another boy in the school's bathroom.
Monument High School pupils involved in a bullying incident captured on video and shared on social media have been given 48 hours to motivate in writing why they should not be suspended.
Readers continue to share their stories of working with office psychopaths, and the experiences just seem to get worse – one person has told us of how her boss would follow her around at work – even to the toilet.
A new study provides a more complete understanding of how parents' belittling and critical interactions with adolescents thwart their ability to maintain positive relationships with peers.
There's a growing realisation that psychopaths are thriving in the workplace, but how do you identify them, and how do you avoid being the target of their predatory behaviour?
“I want to combat the negativity on social media – I have experienced it – it’s like a disease. It’s negative hate that is genuinely so horrifying to me.” – Millie Bobby Brown shares her thoughts on social media, saying she believes we can and should be using it to influence positive change.
A new study found that by age 25, people who had been bullied as teens were much more likely to have mental health issues such as depression and anxiety.
A lesson for all of us: block the noise and keep pushing.
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