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Olwethu Leshabane shares some parenting golden nuggets that she learned from her grandmother.
On this World Refugee Day, AoS imagines the mental cost of parenting as a refugee and shares 3 tips to encourage and teach our children inclusivity.
In celebration of Father’s Day, AoS caught up with award-winning and highly skilled music composer, producer, DJ, performer and music director of TV Shows such as The Voice! West Africa and Coke Studio, Mpho ‘37MPH’ Pholo. The busy multi-hyphenate creative entrepreneur set aside some time to answer questions about the role he values and pours the most of himself into, raising his beautiful daughter Simphiwe Pholo.
There’s a reason why the United Nations lists play as one of the basic rights of children. In today’s #Parenting blog AoS shares 6 reasons why parents should protect their children’s play.
https://vimeo.com/707466488 The much-anticipated Mothers Day Sit Down with Real Housewife of Durban Nonkanyiso ‘LaConco’ Conco is finally here! Olwethu sits down for a reflective and inspiring conversation with LaConco. The two boy moms talk about the joys and...
There are many pathways to becoming a parent. This Mother’s Day we have the privilege of hearing the story of a young Black Mom who chose an unconventional path to motherhood.
Mother’s Day is in the same month as Workers’ Day – and boy can we feel it! We are raising humans that have to work with each other and be cogs in this society. This means we must also acknowledge certain things…
Journalist, regular current affairs Spaces host, and Digital Creator @mommy_feminist Gaopalelwe Phalatse penned a powerful piece about why she believes we must start having the hard but necessary conversation about racism with children as soon as possible! She believes that it’s foundational in teaching children about their human rights.
Is it ever the right time to have a hard conversation? We have been through and are going through the most right now. I know and I completely understand not wanting to burden yourself with another responsibility, but this one? This is an important conversation and mission – the C-word…I’m talking about CONSENT!