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You South Africa 1/9/2020

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.

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1 min.
you say

WHEN my children were little the questions were never-ending. Where does this come from? What does that mean? How can an ostrich be a bird if it doesn’t fly? How does blood move around your body? It was exhausting. And when they were in primary school the internet wasn’t what it is now – you couldn’t nip off to the loo to google something quickly then pop out and pretend you’d figured it out all by yourself. Such a pity that YOU’s Did You Know? series of standalone magazines didn’t exist then – I would’ve slipped a copy into each of their Christmas stockings for sure and told them to start reading and stop trying to catch me out. The fourth magazine in the series is on shop shelves now and it’s jam-packed…

3 min.

MAKE YOUR KINDNESS COUNT I APPLAUD all the people who are well off who reach out to the needy. But I worry that – although they give out of the goodness of their hearts – they may not end up uplifting the needy people they’re hoping to help. Giving a food parcel to someone is more than welcome but it provides just temporary relief. Helping someone to land a job or create a small business could be a permanent solution to their plight. They say, “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.” There’s no progress in reaching out to the same people every year. If you empower as many people as you can, they’ll also help uplift others until…

2 min.
a natural woman

Zozibini Tunzi’s Miss Universe triumph is the strongest and loudest announcement that beauty starts from within (YOU, 19 December). It shows that what matters most in a woman is not how she looks on the outside but the confidence and intelligence she possesses. You can wear the most expensive weave and makeup on the market but still lack the confidence and wisdom that will enable you to swim with the sharks in the modelling industry. It took confidence and wisdom from Zozibini to believe in her natural African beauty. That went on to give her courage to challenge and conquer the world of fashion and beauty at the highest international level. I hope many women learn from her and start investing more on what’s inside their head than on what covers it. Now African women…

1 min.
in brief

Has anyone noticed that rugby player Faf de Klerk and his girlfriend, Miné van Niekerk, look a lot like brother and sister (YOU, 19 December)? ALAN McDOUGALL, EMAIL To Colin who criticised Faf de Klerk’s hairstyle (YOU Say, 19 December), please keep your comments to yourself. His hairstyle suits him. I can’t imagine him with short hair. He’s also a brilliant rugby player. He’s not afraid of his opponents and also not afraid to tackle – that’s why I’ve nicknamed him Pitbull de Klerk. WALTER, GOODWOOD If you want to live a better life you must put yourself first and cut ties with toxic people. ANDILE, ESTCOURT When will the courts fine guilty politicians and use the money to uplift the poor? ANGRY, SMS It’s about time SAA was privatised. Billions of taxpayers’ rands have been wasted. The same…

1 min.
spend less, eat well!

Here are two remedies for the Janu-worry blues: YOU The 100 Best Recipes – Budget and YOU Best Recipes: Budget Meals. Each magazine has great ideas for nutritious and tasty family meals that won’t take a bite out of your wallet! You’ll love the gremolata chicken pies, jalapeño burgers, sticky tomato ribs, and spinach pesto tartlets. Order your copies online at youstore.co.za or contact Johan Terblanche on 021-406-4962 or at johan.terblanche@media24.com and have them delivered straight to your door.…

8 min.
looking good, ma’am

SHE’S one of the most photographed people in the world. Wherever Britain’s Queen Elizabeth goes she knows people will be staring at her from top to toe and dissecting her fashion choices. Talk about pressure! Luckily she has Angela Kelly advising her about what to wear for the hundreds of engagements she does every year. As the British monarch’s personal dresser, it’s her job to source clothes, shoes and jewellery that are, well, fit for royalty. Over the past 25 years Angela has created many of the queen’s most iconic looks, even designing some of the outfits herself. Angela describes their relationship as being a bit like a marriage – in fact, they’re so close that she’s become known as the Queen’s Gatekeeper. In this extract from her new book, The Other Side of…