Move! 3/18/2020

Move! Is a magazine for the South African woman who wants to read about issues she can identify with. She wants to shop affordably, test recipes with ordinary ingredients and feel comfortable in asking questions. The Move! woman is determined to improve her living standard – her biggest challenge has always been limited access to relevant information. The magazine’s approach is therefore simple and practical. Most of the readers are cash-strapped, single and dependent on public transport. For the Move! woman it is important to be successful, but she does not always have the confidence to realise this ideal. Move! aims to advise, inspire and entertain her. It wants to befriend readers and form a bond characterised by trust and loyalty.

País:
South Africa
Idioma:
Afrikaans
Editor:
Media 24 Ltd
Periodicidad:
Back issues only
1,20 €(IVA inc.)

en este número

1 min.
be vigilant

IT SEEMS like the simplest thing. Something most of us were taught in primary school and grew up practicing. And it can save lives. But for some reason, over the years, some of us have gotten sloppy about it. But now that the dreaded coronavirus has made it to our shores, it’s time to brush up on it again. Washing our hands. Our story on page 20 explains all you need to know about this virus. It doesn’t matter if it hasn’t reached your province yet, or if you haven’t been in contact with anyone who has it, just wash your hands. When you’ve been to the bathroom, when you are about to touch food, when you’re about to shake a few hands – and after shaking them – wash your hands. And use this time…

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5 min.
letters

PUT EDUCATION FIRST Former president Nelson Mandela once said, “Education is a great engine of personal development”. On this note, let me mobilise our celebrities to lead by example because young people look up to them as role models and also dream of being like them. I have read lots of interviews where celebrities often declare proudly how they quit school or dropped out of tertiary institutions to follow their talents or passions. There’s nothing wrong with using what God has given you, but if you compromise education in favour of talent, no future is certain. ‘IF YOU COMPROMISE EDUCATION, NO FUTURE IS CERTAIN’ There are challenges in life that can only be overcome by the incredible power of education. You may be a good actor today, but there will be times when you…

1 min.
your opinions on facebook

Kgomotso Christopher announced that she will soon be leaving e.tv’s Scandal! after four years on the show. Move! readers have their say. Honestly, her character was slowly dying . . . give her a storyline because we love this lady. TANNIA MAHAMATI She has been nominated as best actress at the Saftas and soon she will be leaving with the crown for the second time. KUEEN BOO KGOBE I loved her in Isidingo, honestly in Scandal! she was not there for my eyes. MARTHA MAKGAE Come on, I’m starting to love her now. PINKY SEGAUSWI PHOKU I’m sad to hear she’s leaving but happy she’s moving on. She has delivered. NOKUTHULA ZONKE MBATHA Scandal! without you won’t be the same. But wishing you all the best, we’ll miss you big time too! CATHERINE LUKAS…

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2 min.
newlyweds unite

NAME: Tshepo Hope Women’s Club FORMED: 2012 LOCATION: Boksburg MEMBERS: 20 CONTRIBUTION: R250 MEETINGS: Monthly THE FORMATION This stokvel was formed in 2012 by recently married women. Their main purpose was to support one another in all aspects of their lives. Their lives revolved around their homes, church and work and they wanted a group where they could be social outside of these areas while also saving money for family funerals. They wanted a club that would empower them and where they could take care of one another’s social wellbeing, finances, share their challenges and find solutions. MEETINGS AND MONEY They meet every second Sunday of each month and contribute R250 – R200 is for funeral cover, R30 goes to the person who will host the next meeting and R20 is for entertainment. The entertainment money is used for Mother’s Day and Women’s…

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5 min.
living her best life

‘I JUST WANT TO LIVE AND BE HAPPY’ SHE’S looking forward to the big 40 and is gearing up to live her life to the fullest. It’s taken actress Brenda Ngxoli a lot of introspection, seclusion and self-love to get to where she is today. “Who is Brenda Ngxoli without all these other things?” was one of the questions that gave her a sense of peace especially after she packed her bags to go back home to the Eastern Cape for seven years. The actress is just shy of 40 and she says she’s ready. “From the age of 21, I have been shoved in the spotlight, that has been kind of difficult. In this industry at that age, it is either you grow up too fast or find yourself living according to what…

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5 min.
doing my own thing

‘THOSE WHO CRITICISE ME WILL SEE WHAT I WAS PUSHING ALL THIS TIME’ NELSON Mandela, Hip Hop Pantsula, Beyoncé and Zozibini Tunzi – they all have one thing in common. They’ve been painted by the popular artist Rasta. He rose to fame when he started showing up at various celebrity funerals, with his paintings trending almost every other week for not looking like the subjects. His art is unexplainable, the 42-year-old tells Move!. “I wish I could explain my art. Like with the Zozi Tunzi (Miss Universe), which I believe was exactly like how she looks, I wanted it to be relatable to any young girl. I captured her the way she is and it’s a beautiful image.” Rasta, real name Lebani Sirenje, has been referred to as a celebrity artist, a title he…

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