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You South Africa 1/16/2020

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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you say

IT DOESN’T take long for the holiday glow to fade, does it? The new year had barely begun and already reality had set in with a capital R. Our old friend loadshedding was back to remind us that, yes, it was nice to keep the lights on the tree twinkling over Christmas and the ice chilled for midnight bubbles when 2020 rolled around, but don’t become too complacent, people: those candles are going to be needed again. However, the fires in Australia really put things into perspective for me. Scenes have emerged that are nothing short of gut-wrenching and it’s harrowing to scroll through Twitter feeds from down under. One video clip shows a woman stripping off her T-shirt to pick up a badly burnt koala. The creature cries pitifully in her…

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THE YEAR CANCER STRUCK WHEN 2019 arrived we said, “This is going to be our year.” We were going to flourish. Well, it didn’t turn out that way. Early in the year my aunt’s cancer returned with full force. My mom’s first anniversary of being free of breast cancer in April, which was when my eldest sister was diagnosed with a rare, aggressive form of bone marrow cancer. She died on 1 June. In July my cousin was diagnosed with liver cancer. In August, one of my uncles was diagnosed with prostate cancer. In September my other uncle was also diagnosed with prostate cancer. Also in September, the sister of my cousin who was diagnosed with liver cancer came out of remission. Her breast cancer returned in the other breast. In October my youngest brother…

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no to fireworks

Fireworks are a display of utter stupidity, reflecting the lack of common sense of some humans. Shipped in from China and India, tons of these toxic materials are distributed through numerous outlets with scant regard for the damage these explosive materials can cause. Concerned citizens must raise their voices. Animals are traumatised by fireworks, not to mention the dangers for young children and intoxicated adults who try to handle these dreadful and unpleasant things. There’s no place in our world for fireworks, and retailers who think they can make a fast buck should concentrate their retail skills on healthier and nontoxic products. Protect our helpless animals from stupid and uncaring humans! PETER BACHTIS, BENONI I believe there should be a worldwide ban on fireworks displays and the manufacturing of fireworks. So many forests are being…

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in brief

Last year was a turbulent time for our strife-torn, violent country. Toxic politics dominated the political landscape as earth-shattering revelations triggered off seismic quakes in political circles. We’ll be classified as a failed state in 2020 unless we drastically change course. FAROUK ARAIE, EMAIL Thank you for the trifle recipe (YOU, 19 December). It tasted as good as it looked. URSULA, EMAIL We must always remember that we have a limited time here on earth and today is a good day to do something that makes us jubilant and happy! SAMUEL RADEBE, HEILBRON I’m so glad our Miss Universe, Zozibini Tunzi, chose not to wear a wig (YOU, 19 December). Her true self shone through without it. The minute she stepped onto the stage the crown was hers. No one else came anywhere close when it…

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spick and span!

Leave the mess of 2019 behind with the neat hacks in YOU Household Tips & Tricks. There’s advice on how to get the kitchen spotless, remove stains and odours and keep bugs at bay. We also show you how to get crayon marks off walls and red wine stains out of carpets. This handy magazine has more than 350 tips to make your next clean-up a breeze! Order your copy at youstore.co.za or contact Johan Terblanche on 021-406-4962 or at johan.terblanche@media24.com and have it delivered straight to your door.…

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royal kids keep fashion in the fam!

ANOTHER year begins, another 12 months to look forward to watching the offspring of some of the most famous people on the planet strutting their stuff on family outings. And one thing’s for sure: the children who make up the toddlerati and teenerati of European royals have already developed a distinct sty le. Some are traditionalists, some are tomboys, some are trendy, some are chic – and together they make up the mini fashion tribes delighting royal-watchers everywhere. “It seems the royal kids around the world mimic the style of the countries they’re from,” UK fashion expert Simon Glazin says. “And they’re really flying the fashion flags high.” THE TRADITIONALISTS PRINCE GEORGE , PRINCESS CHARLOTTE AND PRINCE LOUIS PARENTS: Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge When the future king and queen of England are your parents,…