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You South Africa

11/5/2020

You has a simple recipe for success – spoil your readers and give them exactly what they want. It’s part of everyday life for more than 2 million English-speaking South Africans, filled with excellent articles which interest, inform and touch readers. There are human dramas, medical and scientific discoveries, general interest news, consumer issues, fashion and glamour. And don’t forget the interesting fiction, sport, motoring news, craftwork, recipes, home and school projects, crosswords and exciting competitions. It’s an irresistible combination, and everything is presented in a well-finished, colourful magazine.

Land:
South Africa
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Media 24 Ltd
Erscheinungsweise:
Weekly
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1 Min.
whatthey say

Carl Pistorius, Oscar’s brother “Reeva was dead. She was covered in blood and he just kept crying out in utter disbelief of what had happened, that she was gone. Just crying out in desperation . . .” Carl also reveals that in 2009 Oscar wanted to abandon athletics. “He came back from abroad saying he wanted to quit running and study architecture instead.” Ex-girlfriend Samantha Taylor She says her relationship with Oscar was challenging. “When he was in South Africa, everything was okay. But the moment we were apart from each other, it was a problem. The moment he arrived abroad he’d be in tears and want to come home.” Ex-girlfriend Jenna Edkins The first time she saw him completely break down was after Reeva’s death. “I needed to keep it together to support him. There were times when…

6 Min.
i love my body, curves & all!

BY THE age of eight she knew one day she wanted to help people. She was living with her aunt and grandfather in the village of Ha-Masia, in the northernmost part of Limpopo, and their next-door neighbour was a young girl who was the head of the household, looking after her two brothers. “Seeing the struggles and the hardship that she went through, I decided there and then that I’m going to build a big haven with white walls and a blue roof where women and children can get help and be empowered,” says Shudufhadzo Musida, the newly crowned Miss South Africa. Shudufhadzo (24) entered the competition because she wanted to have a platform to help people to help themselves – and now she has it. She’s had only four hours sleep since the…

6 Min.
he’s never coming home

‘What really bothers me is that he was lying in the rain’ THERE are signs of him everywhere in the house: an old cap, his tools, his muddy work boots next to their double bed, his deodorant, an ashtray with cigarette butts. The house itself is sparsely furnished – they hadn’t got around to buying a lounge suite yet. But they had big plans for the life they’d have together. He wanted to build a braai area in the backyard from wooden pallets and he wanted a rose garden. And she wanted to fill the house with children one day. Now all Lenize Taljaard’s dreams are in tatters, her heart broken. Her boyfriend, Brendin Horner, is dead, killed one night on the farm where he worked. His bloody body was discovered tied by the…

5 Min.
‘new s**t has come to light’

THERE aren’t many actors who can brag about having two spider species named in their honour or having sparked the creation of an entire religion. But Jeff Bridges can lay claim to both these incredible achievements – and it’s all because of one memorable role. Although he’s starred in more than 70 films and scooped heaps of awards, including a coveted best actor Oscar, for many fans Jeff will always be Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski – the dagga-smoking deadbeat who emerged the unlikely hero in the hit 1998 comedy The Big Lebowski. But it was no laughing matter when the 70-year-old star recently channelled the iconic character as he broke the sad news to fans that he’d been diagnosed with cancer. “As the Dude would say . . . ‘New s**t has come…

2 Min.
a touch of flair

Scarves This season’s hottest accessory can be used to create trendy handkerchief-style tops, to wrap your locks up in a knotted headband or worn around your neck as a choker. These playful pieces are versatile and can take your look to the next level. Sunglasses Shades are more than just a practical addition to an outfit – they’re an essential part of any look. Whether you’re into micro sunnies or cool classics, sunglasses always make a statement. If you like a bit of drama, add oversized frames to your collection. Hats You can transform an outfit from simple to chic just by adding this statement accessory. From boaters and sun hats to straw fedoras and bucket hats, the options are endless. A hat doesn’t only protect you from the sun’s harmful UV rays – it…

4 Min.
ask dr louise

SHE RUINED ME AND NOW I’M TRAPPED Q Shortly before my husband’s death 22 years ago, we adopted a two-year-old girl. We were ecstatic and thought life was going to be great – then a year later he died of a heart attack. I felt as if our daughter was the only thing that bound me to him. Over the years I spoilt her rotten – to the extent that I lost some friends who criticised me for giving her everything she wanted. A She started causing problems at school, stealing from classmates, and I never took her to task about it. After matric she changed her mind about what she wanted to do several times and I footed the bill. Then she had three babies and I gave her the money…