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19 August 2016

Catch up on the best lifestyle stories of the week

It's the weekend so put your feet up, relax and catch up on our best lifestyle stories.

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It's the weekend so put your feet up, relax and catch up on all the latest lifestyle stories.

From hosting an Olympic-themed kids party to spicing up your workout to making creamy scrambled eggs like a professional chef, there is something for everyone to read.

6 easy ways to make your workout fun again

No matter how much you love your workout routine, doing the same thing over and over is bound to get boring after a while.

Take inspiration from these 6 fun ways to exercise. 

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Host an Olympics birthday party!

Celebrate your child’s big day with an energy-packed Olympics party.

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Study: Sharing chores leads to better sex

Want to improve your love life with your live-in partner? Science says you should share the household chores.

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WATCH: How a professional chef cooks scrambled eggs

Master the art of making your own deliciously creamy scrambled eggs with this sneaky tip!


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Bring on spring: 50 reasons to get excited!

Spring is just around the corner and with it comes a bursting selection of festivals and events. Take a look.

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Banned Audi R8 ad: 'Whomever complained should get a life'

'I think the advert is linked to speed', 'This means no manufacturer can show off a car's acceleration,' readers respond to a banned Audi R8 advert. No punches were pulled...

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat: We go behind the curtain

Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice`s first mega-hit returns to Pieter Toerien’s Theatre on the Bay stage this August, dynamically reimagined. The blockbuster musical has garnered rave reviews in Johannesburg where critics have hailed it as a "brilliant, pulsating, sparkling light-and-sound extravaganza!" The dazzling production opened on 12 August 2016, and is directed by Paul Warwick Griffin.  

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(Photos:Nardus Engelbrecht/Channel24)

 

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