We asked Dr Carol Bosch, a Cape Town based GP, to provide tips and advice to keep your family healthy while locked in.
We asked Dr Carol Bosch, a Cape Town based GP, to unpack the various considerations around the impending national lockdown. She touches on how this will impact families, and shares how she will be keeping her family safe, and sane, among other thin
We asked Dr Carol Bosch, a Cape Town based GP, to explain social distancing, and how it's different to self-isolating, and to share more about what families can do as they face down Covid-19 fears.
Listen as Jenna's parents Gabi and Stuart about their heartbreaking, yet inspiring, journey with Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos.
In this episode Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chats to psychologist Gerda Kriel about a variety of treatments for post-partum depression: from medication to taking a holiday, find out how new moms can get help here.
In this episode we listen in as adoptive mom of two, Charlotte Bieldt, shares her journey through post-partum depression with psychologist Gerda Kriel.
In this episode we listen in as psychologist Gerda Kriel and psychiatrist Anusha Lachman reveal that fathers can also suffer from post-partum depression, why, how to help and more.
In this episode we listen in to child psychiatrist Dr Anusha Lachman and psychologist Gerda Kriel as they discuss the importance of infant mental health, reveal why a baby might need a psychiatrist, and bust some myths about the expectations placed o
In this episode Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos talks to psychologist Gerda Kriel about whether it's possible to predict and prevent a post-partum mental illness, and unpack some of the risk factors expecting parents can look out for.
In this episode Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chats to psychologist Gerda Kriel about pre and post-partum mental health, and why it's important for parents to be aware that this could be an issue for them.
Here's a video showing the correct technique, to the tune of the Alphabet Song. Sing it twice and your hands will be perfectly clean!
Listen as Dr Bosch and Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chat about childhood nutrition.
Listen as Dr Bosch and Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chat about being working moms.
Listen as Dr Bosch and Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chat about Dr Google.
Listen as Dr Bosch and Parent24 editor Elizabeth Mamacos chat about vaccinations.
"Oh dear," thought Lethabo's mama as she sat at the kitchen table. "What shall I do? Tomorrow is Lethabo's birthday and there's very little money to buy a present."
Little Red Hen is feeling peckish and decides to make bread. She asks her friends for help but they all say no! Will she have to do everything by herself?
In this episode of the Parent24/7 podcast we asked Dr Carol Bosch about coronavirus, and what parents need to know.
Not too many years ago a family lived in a village near a mountain. It was a small village.
Three brothers were traveling through the dense rain forest jungle. They had been traveling on foot for almost a full day and night was falling. They needed a suitable place to rest for the night, a place where they would be safe from prowling animal
In this episode of Parent24/7 we unpack how local parents use the modern village to parent teenagers.
This beautiful poem, 'I am an African', is written and performed by our Story Bosso runner up - 11-year-old Millicent Motloutsi.
The poor ugly duckling looks very different from the other ducklings. Will he ever be loved and accepted for who he is?
Presented by actor Monique Bree, Episode One focuses on newborns and the first few weeks of a baby’s life. It takes a look at the benefits of breastfeeding -for mother and baby and offers some advice on how to get through those early days.
Actor Monique Bree is back with more insights into the early weeks. We show you how to breastfeed and answer questions, including ‘How often?’, ‘How much?’ and ‘How do I know if I’m getting it right?’
Actor Kiel McNaughton and his son Noah are back with advice on when and how to make the move from nappies. Plus fever – what does it mean, what should you do and when should you be worried?
TV presenter Sonia Gray fronts Episode Seven with her twin daughters, Thandie and Inez. First up, what toddlers should be eating and how we can lead by example. Then, the importance of installing and using car seats correctly.
All Blacks Cory Jane is back with a story on being the parent you want to be: rock, paper or tree? Then, what’s on the menu after first foods we look at developing baby’s tastebuds, and the importance of play.
Actor Kiel McNaughton presents Episode Nine with his son, Noah. First up, why making mealtimes fun has long-term benefits for children. Our Mind & Body story looks at the skills two year olds are mastering and what we can do to support them.
All Blacks Cory Jane presents Episode Five with his 14-month-old son, Tennyson. First up, we take a look at first foods and getting baby started on solids. We have advice on how to make your home safe for on-the-move littlies, inside and out.
Infants are the focus of Episode Three, presented by netball star Bernice Mene and her six-month-old son Jett. First up, mastitis, engorgement and cracked nipples – what to do when things go wrong for breastfeeding mothers.
We get advice on settling babies to sleep and minimising the risk of Sudden Infant Death. Plus, postnatal distress – new parents Sarah and Ian share their story.
TV presenter Sonia Gray and her twin girls return with a story on respiratory illnesses and what to look for with croup, asthma, pneumonia and bronchiolitis. Then, what’s going on in the mind of curious toddlers?
Wheels24 and Parent24, two of South Africa's largest lifestyle publications, collaborate in an attempt to fit a baby seat in a sports car. In this case, a Ford Mustang.
All the animals knew that Crocodile had a big pile of gold in her house, but none of them had ever seen it because Crocodile was nasty and mean. She would chase them away and bite them with her sharp teeth...
TRAFFIC cops made a shocking discovery when they stopped a 14-seater taxi.
Nobuntu Ma-awu shares her story about her HIV status and how the births of her two children led her to help others with non-profit organisation mothers2mothers which received a large donation from British Airways's charity initiative.
Mom and journalist Chantelle Whittles tells us all about her pregnancy with triplets.
Jake Fitzpatrick shares his feelings about adoption
Nicole Ostrom shares how she feels about being adopted.
Listen to the heartbreaking stories of these adoptive families trapped in South Africa by Home Affairs' indecision on their children's nationality.
Karl Wennick shares his thoughts on adoption and culture
Thandiwe Garrett was rescued from dire circumstances in a children's place of safety, when she was adopted at 8 months old.
Should comprehensive sexuality education be left to parents?
Kids picking up some bad habits? They learn more from you than you might think as Parenting Relationship Expert and Kinesiologist May Clarke reveals.
As parents we all want to give our kids the best start in life but where do you start? In this episode of The Love Destination Expert, Parenting Relationship Expert and Kinesiologist May Clarke reveals how to give your kids a head start in life.