09 MayYoung YOU| Amazon rainforest – a threatened paradise
With an area of more than 5,5 million km², the Amazon is the largest unspoilt rainforest on Earth.
Young YOU| Fires and fynbos
Helicopters waterbombed the flames and firefighters battled for days to contain the runaway fire that broke out on Table Mountain...
Young YOU| Plagues and pests
You may have heard of the 10 plagues in the Bible, or maybe you’ve seen news reports of locust swarms devouring crops?
Young YOU| Learning about farming in SA
Our farmers producer a large portion of the country’s export products and contribute greatly to the local economy, especially as a source...
Young YOU| Calendars and time
Over thousands of years people created various systems to mark the passage of the days, months and years.
Young YOU| Oceans full of plants
Life on Earth wouldn’t be possible without these oxygen-producers
Young YOU| Toxic plants
Don’t underestimate the power of plants – not all plants are pretty and harmless.
Young YOU| The meaning of a shrinking economy
The economy is the system whereby money is made and spent in a country through the buying and selling of goods and services.
Young YOU| Indigenous and exotic vegetation
We take a look at some of SA’s indigenous trees and plants, including rooibos and a carnivorous (meat-eating) Western Cape plant.
Young YOU| SA's biggest cities
Our country boasts eight bustling metros with plenty to see and do.
Young YOU| Maps – symbols, keys and scale
Before there were GPS (global positioning systems) and smartphones, we used maps to navigate our way to a destination.
Young YOU: How maps came to be – Part 1
Thousands of years ago our ancestors created maps to try to figure out where they fitted into the world
Young YOU | The human skeleton – the body’s scaffolding
Our bodies are wonderous networks of different systems that work together for us to function
Young YOU | Why vegetables are so important, how and where they are cultivated
It’s best to listen to good advice – especially when it comes to eating your veggies.
Young YOU | Art history – Part 2
In our second look at Western art, we give an overview from Modernism to Postmodernism.
Young YOU| Art history
We take a look at the history of art around the world.
YOUNG YOU| Time magazine announces first kid of the year
American teenager Gitanjali Rao has just been named Time magazine’s kid of the year.
Young YOU | Dinosaurs with long necks
Researchers have found an explanation for why this group of dinosaurs were so large – and why they had such long necks.
YOUNG YOU| Credit ratings
Two of the world’s top credit-rating agencies recently announced that South Africa would be downgraded for the second time this year.
- Woman’s nightmare after her nose doubles in size following botched surgery
- Australian woman wakes up with an Irish accent after tonsil surgery
- This KZN mom lost half her face and all her limbs after she was bitten by a pet mongoose
- Incredible images show what life for the royal family might be if Princess Diana were still alive
- What a paw-some send off! Dexter the dog’s heartbroken owner gives him a funeral fit for a king
- Magashule set to apologise, 'but with strings attached' - sources
- Mkhize's 3rd wave warning: 'He knows we will end up with trauma and suffering again'
- Steinhoff vows to 'vigorously defend' settlement proposal in wake of liquidation bid
- There is no basis 'to ask for a postponement of the elections' - IEC chair
- 20 years later: Pick n Pay’s failed retail pharmacy strategy
Read your favourite magazine in a convenient PDF form.Read now