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People Magazine South Africa

People Magazine South Africa Week 29

People Magazine is the hottest weekly fix around. With breaking news to enthralling real-life stories. Our pages are also brimming with hot fashion and beauty trends, health, fitness, décor and travel - and weekly tv schedules, lots of puzzles and more!

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ALBERT EINSTEIN expressed that no matter what our individual IQ rating is, we are all gifted in some or other aspect. The secret is finding out what that unique gift is. I’M the first to admit I was wrong in pushing my son Kyle to go to varsity after school. He had no idea what he wanted to do with his life or what he wanted to study (come to think of it, neither did I at that age) but I pressured him as I just wanted him to get a degree behind his name. What a mistake. It was a tough year for all of us – I was on his case about studying and all he wanted to do was enjoy his youth while he had it. In fact, he…

2 min.
fun or folly?

MANY in Lebanon will make very little of ‘A Day With The Homeland’ at the Jounieh International Festival. It is, in essence, a military showcase – much like the others you’d find all across the world, and during the festivities the Lebanese army and guerrilla forces display their equipment and perform manoeuvres for the public to see. With innocent intent, many dress their young children in soldierly garb that very much resembles that of the national armed forces, and while It may be a fun-filled day for most, but it does reflect a somewhat militaristic mindset. The Communion IN most countries, Abrahamic or Eastern religions have an undisputed foothold among the faithful populous. There are, however, pockets in certain parts of the world where paganism is very much alive. Ukrainians recently observed…

2 min.
look out, kurt steiner!

SOMEBODY really ought to build this bloke a shell-shaped shack on a beach somewhere. The only other time we see Matthew McConaughey clothed or in an inland setting is when he appears on the silver screen. Every candid shot of him, pretty much ever, sees him either flinging himself into the ocean or going about his business on the shore. He most recently vacationed with his wife Camila Alves and his family on the Aegean island of Antiparos, Greece… on the beach… and one wonders if he’s having a stab at Steiner’s world record of skimming a stone 88 times on a body of water. Don’t Quit Your Day Job OH wait! You haven’t, you’re just acting. For a second there we thought that Kate Hudson’s life had taken a turn for…

2 min.
what’s trending

1 July Madness! SO. The horseracing event of the year, the Durban July, took place last week, and – as always –there was more attention paid to the fashions than the fillies. More than a few celebs dazzled in their designer finest, but social media was lit with the misses. Such was the case with Zodwa Wabantu, who arrived in little more than a bikini draped with some fishing net. And heels. The overwhelming online opinion was that Zodwa never disappoints her audience, since she’s not one to give a hoot about nudity. She shot to fame with her panty-less dancing, after all. Another one who got tongues wagging was Idols SA judge and choreographer Somizi, who arrived with his partner Mohale Motaung, and a whole entire entourage for his outfit.…

1 min.
skin bare,don't care

SO how do these celebs stand up to the harsh light of day with no make-up on? Some look fresh and natural, while others… struggle a little. Let’s see how these barefaced celebs fare.…

3 min.
archie’s baptism

ON July 6, exactly two months to the day after Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor was born, family and friends gathered for his baptism. It was a traditional yet private, affair – unlike most other royal events. Wearing a handmade replica of the royal christening gown, which has been worn by royal infants for the past 11 years, little Archie had a perfect day of it. “The royal christening robe, made of Honiton lace lined with white satin, was commissioned by Queen Victoria in 1841 and first worn by her eldest daughter,“ reported a statement. “It was subsequently worn for generations of royal christenings, including the queen, her children and her grandchildren until 2004, when the queen commissioned this handsome replica, in order for the fragile historic outfit to be preserved, and…