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You South Africa 2-Jan-20

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.

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Media 24 Ltd
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1 min.
you say

WHEN I was a kid, my dad used to travel a lot and whenever he came home he’d always bring my sister and me a present. There were many lovely ones – toys we treasured for years, sweet treats, beautiful scarves that made us feel so sophisticated. Many have been lost now but there’s one I still have: a hardcover book called The Best of Life, a compilation of pictures featured in that iconic magazine from back in the day. I often page through it, looking at photos that tell the story of major news events. That book made me love picture collections of momentous moments, so planning our annual year-in-pictures feature is one of my highlights here at YOU. This year, however, we decided to take it a step further. The end…

3 min.
letters

HOSPICE, I SALUTE YOU! WE MUST all die. It’s everyone’s destiny. Some die surrounded by loving family and friends. Others die alone without a soul to hold their hand as they depart this world. Hospices are wonderful organisations that step up and offer a dignified helping hand to people who are frail and ill and unable to help themselves as they prepare themselves for the inevitable. The Beatles wrote a song with the lyrics, “All the lonely people, where do they all belong . . . where do they all come from.” Thankfully hospices exist, offering care and support. They deserve accolades! PETER BACHTIS, BENONI PROUD OF OUR PRINCESS Thanks for the lovely spread on Princess Charlene (YOU, 26 December). She came across as refreshingly real in Nici de Wet’s interview with her in Monaco. Best of all is…

2 min.
her struggle is real

Reading about the struggles of the little girl who was kidnapped in Vanderbijlpark, Gauteng, recently tears at my core (YOU, 5 December). I’ve been living with PTSD after surviving an attack at home three years ago. All her symptoms strike a chord because I’ve lived them too. The trauma she survived is real: the anger, inability to express her feelings and “acting out” are all part of the process. I’d like to encourage her parents – even though they might feel helpless, there are things they can do to help her when she’s triggered into a flashback or a PTSD attack. In those moments, try to get her to focus on taking deep breaths, to hold onto something solid such as a table or countertop. This is to help her find some sort…

1 min.
in brief

Wow, I’ve just bought YOU Blockbusters No 22. Now my immediate family won’t see me for at least the next two weeks or more! Many thanks. GLENDA, SMS Thanks, YOU! I’m in seventh heaven. I’ve got the new double-issue Blockbuster book. It’ll keep me happy for many hours. 86-YEAR-OLD FANATIC, SMS Why does Expresso replace our beloved presenters without a last day of goodbyes and thank yous? ANNOYED, SMS Queen Elizabeth’s brood haven’t done well even though they had the best of everything (YOU, 5 December). NOT IMPRESSED, SMS Regarding Lerato Makgatho who claims to have had affairs with two government ministers (YOU, 12 December): I’m sad for her children when they discover how Mommy got her house and car. SHOCKED, EMAIL I’m a Survivor fan so I was upset when the time it’s aired on a Monday was during…

1 min.
wow ’em in 2020

Step into the new year with a head-turning new look inspired by YOU Hair. This must-have guide is packed with hot trends and great advice on caring for your tresses. There are features on how to find the right products and how to care for your hair at different ages. Check out celebrity makeovers and Instagram hair stars, plus step-by-step guides to creating waves and braids. Order your copy online at youstore.co.za or contact Johan Terblanche on 021-406-4962 or at johan.terblanche@ media24.com and have it delivered.…

9 min.
a queen in waiting

ONCE upon a time, there was a young woman so terrified of public speaking her aides had to put a plan in place in case her nerves failed her. Don’t announce the duchess will be speaking, was their golden rule. That way, if she froze, no one would be disappointed. And if she managed to summon the courage to deliver her speech – well, everyone would be delighted. Yet, to say that Kate was hardly a compelling speaker would be an understatement. She barely looked up from her notes, her voice was high-pitched and strained, and her body language gave the impression she’d find pushing sharp sticks in her eyes more enjoyable. But just look at her now. If ever a person has grown in confidence, it’s the 37-year-old Duchess of Cambridge. These days,…