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Daring ways to dispose of a dead body

Once new burial options are introduced, a portion of the daily dead may find new resting grounds outside of burials and cremations. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, has a look at alternatives and their costs.
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Fitness in front of your TV

What if you’d like to get fit without the extra admin? Isabelle Coetzee has a look at three home fitness personalities who offer cardio programs you can try at home.
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Which diets should you try this summer?

It’s a new year and with it the promise of new year’s resolutions that typically, if you’re lucky, stick till mid-March. The most common resolution of course is the one to get healthy and fit.
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Vaccinations: What’s the “anti-science” perspective?

How can you make an informed decision without hearing the other side of the argument? Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, chats to Dr Vicki Compère, who’s a homeopath at the Centre for Holistic Health in Sandton, to find out about the reverse side of this perspective.
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Drunk driving and the consequences

As we enter into the festive season we typically expect festive cheer and with it, for some, copious amounts of alcohol. When this becomes a problem however is when these drunk drivers get behind the wheel and take to the road. Moneybags journalist Danielle Van Wyk takes a look at what will happen if you are caught drunk driving this festive season.
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These days, the word ‘surrogacy’ often tends to be attached to the name of someone famous like Kim Kardashian, Nicole Kidman or even Elton John. In addition to the process being glamourised we often hear that these surrogates are also being paid big money. But is this an accurate depiction of surrogacy?

Dealing with noisy neighbours can be infuriating. This week Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, had a look at the health and legal implications thereof.

Waking up to a lungful of second-hand smoke is the wrong way to start your Easter weekend. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, finds out how you can handle the situation.

star Visit Nomad Bistro and Bar for daily lunch specials. From Monday to Sunday the eatery offers some drool worthy meals at discounted prices.

star Make sure that everyone remembers your party by visiting Pep.The store has everything you need to throw mean party without breaking the bank.

star The Daily Coffee Cafe is offering free coffee when you visit their newly opened restaurant in Waterkant Street, Cape Town.

Once new burial options are introduced, a portion of the daily dead may find new resting grounds outside of burials and cremations. Moneybags journalist, Isabelle Coetzee, has a look at alternatives and their costs.

For as long as women have been having babies, they have been having cravings. From ice cream to chalk and cheese. Many a pregnancy story has begun with a pregnant woman with a feverish craving and her nervous husband anxiously seeking the latest object of her desire – such as a bottle of pickles in the middle of the night.