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[Video] Early ejaculation, “riding a little scooter” and other embarrassing sex moments

by: Buntu Mgwelo - 15 February 2017

[Video] Early ejaculation, “riding a little scooter” and other embarrassing sex moments

Sex doesn’t always go well. It gets embarrassing at times. We asked some peeps on the streets of Jozi to share their most embarrassing sex moments. From early ejaculation to getting caught in the act by a parent, watch their hilarious responses below. RELATED:  “I want to hoe a bit” and other reasons for being single...

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Watch kids in eShowe, KZN receive free washable pads

by: Live Staff - 15 February 2017

Watch kids in eShowe, KZN receive free washable pads

As part of our #FreeToBleed campaign, we wanted to keep the momentum going by launching a drive to provide pads to young girls. As part of this, we sponsored washable pad packs from SUBZ Pads, and handed them over to 54 grade 8 and 9 girls at Princess Langazana Secondary School in Eshowe in rural...

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Meet the young entrepreneurs who are making waves in the food industry

by: Koketso Masuluke - 22 September 2016

Meet the young entrepreneurs who are making waves in the food industry

Starting your own business can be intimidating especially in the food industry where you are competing with established brands and restaurants all over the world. But this hasn’t stopped these five young entrepreneurs who are doing everything from coffee, tea, ginger beer and even pop-up restaurants. Here are five young entrepreneurs who are changing the...

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The pain of using cloths as sanitary pads

by: Andisiwe Ntoni - 29 August 2016

The pain of using cloths as sanitary pads

Zandile Lali* was 13 years old when she had her first period during class in primary school. She was scared and didn’t know what to do. Like many other girls, she confided in her mother when she got home. But she didn’t get pads or tampons, like many other girls her age. She had to...

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These photographers are tackling depression through their work

by: Sabelo Mkhabela - 17 August 2016

These photographers are tackling depression through their work

There’s still a stigma attached to mental illness in the black community. Some don’t even recognise it as a sickness – you are usually told you are being weak, especially if you are a man, because you are stereotypically expected to be strong. Three South African artists are using their lenses – stills and video...

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Bonga Ngqobane started Khayelitsha’s first cycling club in his parents’ garage

by: Muneeba Davids - 15 August 2016

Bonga Ngqobane started Khayelitsha’s first cycling club in his parents’ garage

Bonga Ngqobane (25) started the first ever cycling club in Khayelitsha, in 2014, Bonga.Org Cycling Academy. In the past three years, Bonga has managed to get 150 young people to take part in their cycling events. “It’s an accomplishment for me because I get young people to follow their passion and believe their dreams can...

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[Video] Is sex on the first date a big deal?

by: Senate Selebalo - 8 August 2016

[Video] Is sex on the first date a big deal?

Sex on the first date has always been a touchy subject. Some say it taints your image, but others say it could be the beginning of an amazing journey. We asked some people on the streets of Jozi and Cape Town how they felt about this issue. The responses varied from, “it depends on the...

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Public clinics make going on the Pill a pain

by: Xongani Maluleka - 8 April 2016

Public clinics make going on the Pill a pain

For some women getting contraceptives isn’t a train smash. Taking a safety precaution isn’t a 3-hour Mission Impossible task. Just in and out of the pharmacy, without judgement or humiliation from the pharmacist. However, for me, it’s a great deal of time dedicated to preventing pregnancy, being humiliated and feeling demoralised by the nurses at...

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5 things tampon ads want us to believe that aren’t true

by: Abigail Javier - 18 September 2015

5 things tampon ads want us to believe that aren’t true

  If tampon and sanitary pad ads are to be believed, women on their periods are the happiest people on earth. They jump around in white dresses and, strangely, produce a blue liquid instead of blood. After watching countless ads from around the world, I have found five myths that we are going to bust...

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Why these young people aren’t having sex

by: Philela Singama - 31 July 2015

Why these young people aren’t having sex

Young people who choose not to have sex – whether for personal or religious reasons – are either seen as super-human, abnormal or have a superiority complex. We recently met Zama Ngema (22) and Lungisa Gom (24), two young people who have chosen to abstain from sex and we let members of the public ask...

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