SATURDAY EDITION | 3 books to read, a documentary to watch, and a unique milk tart recipe to try

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Saturday Edition, 12 September. (Image: Getty)
Saturday Edition, 12 September. (Image: Getty)

This weekend’s Saturday Edition is all about creating balance in your life with insightful and interesting content from across our various lifestyle brands. Enjoy.

FOR THE MIND

Bin Laden’s Hard Drive - The most secret content finally revealed

When Osama bin Laden was killed in Abbottabad in 2011, Navy SEALs recovered hard drives and computers from the al-Qaeda compound. Now, nearly a decade later, some of this data has been declassified and released to the public. In the National Geographic documentary, Bin Laden's Hard Drive content from the devices are revealed and analysed. (Read more here)

Three new books that you need to add to your reading list

So many great books, so little time. Here are three new reads that we can’t wait to sink our teeth into. (Read more here)

Why Red Bull’s Max Verstappen plan hasn’t worked

Red Bull's previous problem of equal drivers taking points from one another has since mutated into the present disaster of having a second driver that's under-performing, making it a one-car team. (Read more here)

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Max Verstappen (Dan Istitene / Getty Images)


FOR THE BODY

RECIPE | Crème brûlée milk tart

Maybe the most exciting recipe of the year: Crème brûlée milk tart. (Read more here)

'We're trying to fix a broken identity, food must be included'

Food and food cultures offer texture and foundation into who we are. Across South Africa, indigenous food activists have been working towards unearthing coordinates that can bring us closer towards our identities. (Read more here)

Reclaim The Pantry is food-centred project by cult
Reclaim The Pantry is food-centred project by cultural activist Zayaan Khan. Khan is a cultural worker who seeks to explore the possibilities offered by localised food systems. (Photo: Zayaan Khan/ Supplied)


FOR THE SOUL

Are we turning our backs on religion?

Has the way we do spirituality changed? Why is it so, and what does it mean for our souls? (Read more here)

What is wildschooling?

Wildschooling is a movement designed to honour and support our innate, inexorable bond with nature and lend a voice to our inner wild. (Read more here)

What is wildschooling, and could it take off in po
What is wildschooling? (Image supplied by Caryn Venter/Grow Wild)

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