Bump, Tumble, Go Faster!
Mummies,CleopatrasandCaiRollers roller derby is taking off among EGYPTIAN women, who find a sense of empowerment through the rowdy contact sport
Plastic (Less Than) Fantastic
We all want to help save the planet, but sometimes knowing how is the hardest part. Here are your need-to-knows, plus hassle-free ways you can help to make a difference.
Dating Is Almost Always Daunting, But When YouRe Watching Your Biological Clock, It Gives A Whole New Meaning To The Phrase Time Is Of The Essence, Says Sarah Sahagian
‘No Man Owns My Music'
SoulfulhitmakerSHEKHINAHspeaks her mind on fame,the challenges faced by women in the music industry, and her debut album ROSE GOLD as a metaphor for the pursuit of perfection
Hacking The Code
Does your genetic code hold the key to optimal health? The new science ofepigeneticssays it does...
How To Quit Like A Winner
Resigning Has Become A More Common Feature Of Working Life. Heres How To Pull It Off As Successfully As Possible
A.L.T, From A To Z
Legendary fashion editorAndrLeon Talley has had a truly unique life in the international fashion world, and has left his mark as a pioneer in fashion and its slow move towards diversity
Sex, Love & Artificial Intelligence
We live in an era that has a potential digital fix for everything, including, recently, the substitution of AI robots for human romantic partners. Afika Jadezweni explores what the future of relationships looks like and if AI could transform human sexual intercourse for better or for worse...
Afraid – So What?
French photojournalist VRONIQUE DE VIGUERIE is not afraid of bad guys, killers or rapists. She photographed the battle of Mosul, boarded a ship full of rebels in Niger, and tracked bloodthirsty insurgents while five months pregnant. Here, she tells KATIE BREEN more about her journey behind the lens.
The Women Who Sued Isis
Sold as a sex slave to brutal Is is warriors at the age of 19, Nadia Murad made a desperate escape. now, the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize laureate has joined forces with human rights lawyer Amal Clooney to bring the men responsible to justice.
Zendayais not shy about using her voice, whether it is calling the shots atdisneyor clapping back on social media. the talented 22-year-old actor and singer also has a deep sense of duty to educate and we are all ears.
5 Minutes With Gilli Apter
How did you get into stand-up comedy? I started three years ago, on 7 September. My first gig was absolutely terrifying. It was something I wanted to do for a long time but I was too scared. Because I was an adult, not, like a baby in this world, I knew a few things I knew I wasnt going to be brilliant my first time out the gate. It takes time to become good at things and so my strategy was, just be good enough so that youre not scared to go again. People go and try a thing, they do terribly (which is inevitable) and then they dont do it again. I did okay and then it was just about going up again and again.
Soweto born and raised media personality, actress, DJ, influencer and aspiring entrepreneur Thulisile Phongolo lets us in on her personal life and what excites her.
These Women Are Not Real
These women have millions of Instagram followers, front-row seats at fashion week and the latest designer clothes … but they’re not real. This new social-media trend is the most futuristic yet: computer-generated avatars that look, talk and behave like real people. But, asks HANNAH-ROSE YEE, is this really the future of the influencer industry?
One Moment In Time
In February this year, para-athlete and journalist Palesa ‘Deejay’ Manaleng won gold in the women’s H3 hand-cycle event at the 2018 SA National Road and Para-Cycling Championships in Outdshoorn, Western Cape. Four years earlier, she had lost the use of her legs in a terrible cycling accident. Here, she shares that terrifying experience and her personal story of recovery
Never Had Sex But Trying For A Baby
For this 40-something-year-old, becoming a mother is high up on her priority list. And the fact that she’s a virgin, is not going to stop her from reaching her goal
Living In A Man's World
What really happens in the secret world of men? We asked four men who were born female to share their unique perspective on what it’s like to be parachuted into the opposite gender
Get In The Mood
You’re ready to ring in 2019, but that dreaded dress code has you in a panic. There’s no need to stress. Tarryn Oppel thinks you may already have a winning piece in your wardrobe. You just don’t know it yet...
A Charmed Life
Jewellery designer Ambra Gambale ’s handcrafted work has a curious undercurrent of magic realism, with a strong emphasis on bespoke pieces
Former first daughter Chelsea Clinton talks privilege, female leadership, dealing with critics – and how Trump ‘degrades what it means to be an American’
NOMZAMO MBATHA chats to Afika Jadezweni about her red-carpet style, why women need to support one another, and how she’ll never forget where she comes from
Soul To Soul
If There Were Ever a Visual Representation of the Expression ‘wearing Your Heart on Your Sleeve’, Lukhanyo Mdingi’s ‘soulful Ii’ Collection Would Be It, as Afika Jadezweni Finds Out
It's Kim's World
…We Just Live In It. How An Underestimated La Socialite Became One Of The Most Powerful Women Of The 21st Century
Queen Of Hearts
Her majesty Rania Al Abdullah on refugees in Jordan, Isis and being a Muslim woman today
Long Live Lupita
ACTOR, FEMINIST, LANCÔME ambassadress and more, LUPITA NYONG’O is a force to be reckoned with…
On a journey of self-discovery – and in hope of a (more) sober life – LYNETTE BOTHA learns that her ‘HARMLESS’ love affair with wine is not as innocuous as she thought…
It's Raining Men - My Month Of Dating Like A Guy
TIRED OF SETTLING FOR unsatisfying monogamy with dead-end dudes, writer Rebecca Andrews stepped out of her comfort zone and into the world of ‘circular dating’
New. Now. Next
An eloquent actor (of Black-ish and Grown-ish fame) and activist, 18-year-old Yara Shahidi is the future – inspiring a new generation to raise their voices and be counted
Jada Pinkett Smith is one of those women who seem to be able to do everything – and do it well. she has the industry trifecta: she can act, dance and sing; and she’s also a formidable businesswoman, mother and wife
My Mom, My Hair And Me
OUR HAIR IS SO MUCH MORE than merely how it’s perceived by the outside world – it’s our ARMOUR, our FEMININITY, our HERITAGE and, undoubtedly, something we’ve fought about with our mothers. Lynette Botha speaks to THREE WOMEN about their relationship with their hair (and their moms)