Move! 4/2/2020

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.

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5 min.
take care of yourself

IT SEEMS like just weeks ago all we could talk about was gender-based violence, Tito Mboweni’s budget and the newest amapiano song. Now, the world over, all anyone is talking about is the coronavirus, which is spreading through the country at an alarming rate. Easter church services have been cancelled, alcohol sale times have been shortened, large gathering have been prohibited. This shows us the virus is serious and the only way we can beat it is by listening to the advice from the health department and the World Health Organization. Please, as much as possible, avoid crowded places. That includes church services with more than 100 people, funerals and weddings. Once this strikes townships and rural areas, it will be hard to contain. By doing the right thing now, we will be…

1 min.
your opinions on facebook

Matorokisi hitmaker Makhadzi – real name Ndivhudzannyi Ralivhona – was swamped with congratulatory messages when she took a picture next to a new Maserati recently. However, her manager was quick to clarify that she hasn’t bought the car. Move! readers have their say. She deserves that car and it suits her well so we don’t need the manager’s explanation. The manager must make sure she gets that car since most of her money goes to her/him. MAMELLO MAMATSOTELLO-BOOI There was no need for you to tell us she didn’t buy the car, it’s none of our business. Makhadzi must find a new manager. CYNTHIA MASINGA As long as she is standing next to it, it’s hers. We need no clarity or explanation of any kind. MOSES MICHAEL The manager is jealous, he doesn’t want Makhadzi’s success. MUTUPIRA MUNASHE Next…

1 min.
we are family

NAME: The Sons and Daughters Burial Society LOCATION: Sebokeng, Gauteng MEMBERS: 30 CONTRIBUTION: R200 a month MEETINGS: Every second month FORMED: 2014 THE FORMATION The Sons and Daughters Burial Society is made up of close as well as extended members of the Mthimkhulu family. They decided to start this burial society after realising how expensive it is to bury a loved one. MEETINGS & MONEY MATTERS The group get together on the first Saturday of every second month. Even though they don’t meet monthly, each member still contributes R200 each month. It is each member’s responsibility to deposit their contributions into the society’s bank account at the beginning of each month and send the proof of payment to the society’s WhatsApp group. The group opens their meeting with a prayer each time they meet. They then check the minutes of the previous meeting and…

1 min.
stokel corner

FINANCIAL SUPPORT The Sons and Daughters Burial Society supports members of their family who are unemployed and would love to be part of the group but can’t pay the contribution. The group is made up of employed family members in each household of the family who identified those within their family who are unemployed and agreed that each employed member would cover 10 people who do not have any source of income. If you want your stokvel to be featured in Move!, send us your contact details and a picture of your stokvel members to:…

5 min.
catching feelings

FALLING IN love has definitely caught them off-guard. There is no dodging how they feel about each other. After months of living in the same house, they are ready to surrender to love. But first they have to deal with many people who have loud opinions about their romance. Boipelo (Nomsa Buthelezi-Shezi) and Cosmo (Ronnie Nyakale) are in love, despite the odds against their relationship. “It is very simple: your story is with your man, not anyone else. Those who have an opinion about your love life, set boundaries for them,” Nomsa says. “Love is love, it does not have colour or shape. At the end of the day, Boipelo is in love with this man so what must happen?” SPARKS FLY Nomsa, Our Perfect Wedding’s host, joined Generations: The Legacy last year as Mrekza’s (Kope…

5 min.
my little miracle

IT’S her very own miracle. After years of being told she might never have children due to a broken pelvis, she’s defied the odds. Cici (33), real name Busisiwe Thwala, is eagerly waiting for the birth of her first child, who’s due very soon. And she can’t be more excited! She’s beaming when we meet with her. The songbird is in her third trimester and so far, it’s been a smooth pregnancy, she tells us with a smile. Not even the side-effects can dim her joy. She’s had to deal with nausea in her first trimester and weight gain in the second. But at least her baby isn’t a fussy eater, she says, as she’s had no crazy cravings. “Now I suffer from insomnia,” Cici shares. “I actually try to go to bed at midnight so…