Tiredness is natural in life, especially if you are not getting enough sleep, but it may also be caused by anxiety. The less intense your anxiety is, the less tired you should feel. Lack of energy is a common symptom of those of us who are unlucky enough to experience panic attacks. Anxiety is naturally tiring. Anxiety can essentially cause both low and high levels … Continue reading Panic attacks ROBBED me of my energy… I fought back
The School of Public Health at Wits University will use an approximately R70-million cash injection to develop and improve bio-statistical skills among its researchers. Biostatistics is the use of statistics in a wide range of topics in biology. In this case, Wits’ research will be geared towards addressing some of the continent’s most difficult health challenges. The funds will be utilised by the Wits lead … Continue reading Wits health receives massive funding boost
With summer approaching, bulking and gaining is a big thing. Being big and muscular is the fashion. The modern man aspires to be the next Ryan Gosling prototype. Is it any wonder why the thin gentlemen and the chubby gentlemen avoid the gym? Hitting the gym is a big deal for anyone who hasn’t ever been, or doesn’t go frequently, and that is made harder … Continue reading Slice of life – Bulk up, man up, or die
Wits FC will play in their first-ever semi-final on September 10 after a last-minute 2-1 win over Walter Sisulu (WSU) at home on Monday. “We can make history for ourselves”, said Wits coach Karabo Mogudi. “We are gunning for an historic semi-final win as this is the first time that Wits will play in the semi-finals … We want to make an impression”. “I’m very … Continue reading Wits FC more than ready for the semi-finals
FOR many, Vacation will be a lot like Marmite, you will either absolutely love it, or you will think it’s the worst thing you’ve ever experienced. Some viewers will have to prepare for a discomfiting experience of sitting stone-faced at a comedy while others in the theatre are screaming with laughter. While humour from seasoned comedians and actors Ed Helms and Leslie Mann are entertaining … Continue reading These filmmakers should take a Vacation
Wits FC will play in their first-ever Varsity Football semi-final after they walked away with a 2-1 win over Walter Sisulu (WSU) at home on Monday. An elated Wits coach Karabo Mogudi expressed that while he was happy for the team, it has been a stressful week for them. “Every coach and team wants to win matches, and we are peaking at the right time, … Continue reading Wits FC seals the deal
A documentary exploring racism and the language barrier experienced by non-Afrikaans students at Stellenbosch University is causing widespread debate from within the university itself to politicians in parliament. Last week, student organisation Open Stellenbosch, together with Contraband Cape Town, released the short documentary Luister. The documentary explores racism and the language barrier experienced by non-Afrikaans students at Stellenbosch University. Stellenbosch University’s relations manager Wim de Villiers … Continue reading Luister documentary causing a storm
A NEW species of dinosaur, the Rain Lizard, discovered in the Free State by a Wits team has revealed an exciting new picture of dinosaur development in South Africa. Wits PhD student Blair McPhee, described it as a new species after he and Dr Jonah Choiniere, from the Evolutionary Studies Institute at Wits University, worked with a team unravelling the mysteries of the ancient creature. … Continue reading Witsies uncover new dinosaur species in South Africa
With a capacity for 5 000 people, the Bidvest stadium has been barely filled during the past two home games, reaching a peak of about 300 fans, this despite over 2 000 free tickets handed out at lunch times before the pre-match week. A planned beer garden to drum up excitement for the Wits football team has been cancelled due to time constraints and a … Continue reading No support for Wits football team
Project W will be raffling off a new car to raise over R500 000 funds for students who owe outstanding fees, a move reminiscent of the SRC’s #1million1month campaign at the beginning of the year. Project W aims to raise the funds for over 1 000 students with unsettled fees with the raffle to be held Friday, August 21. Entrants stand the chance to drive away … Continue reading Project W’s Driving Support
IF YOU grew up in the 90’s chances are you either saw the Saturday night movie on SABC 3 or if you were in a class and your teacher decided to give you a break by watching a movie, you have seen the film Sister Act. Multi-award-winning South African director and writer, Janice Honeyman, directs the South African version of the hit musical, based on … Continue reading Theatre Review: Sister Act
The former Metro FM host was arrested this weekend for drunk driving and released on bail. A court date has not yet been confirmed. Controversial former Metro FM radio personality DJ Sbusisio Leope was arrested for drunk driving this weekend and released on R1 500 bail. The former DJ will only make his first appearance in court when the police receive his blood test results. … Continue reading DJ Sbu arrested for drunk driving
Three cities concert with “cyber-guitarist” and Wits music lecturer to rock the Great Hall on 28 April. Three cities, three musicians, one Great Hall. Wits music lecturer and “cyber guitarist”, Jonathan Crossley, will unite with New York based drummer, Lukas Ligeti and Capetonian drummer, Jonno Sweetman for a performance of epic proportions in the Great Hall on Tuesday, 28 April. In the hopes of duplicating … Continue reading “Cyber Guitarist” and crew to rock Great Hall
Drink 8 cups of water a day and see your energy and wellness improve! Today makes the start of World Water Week, and it’s not just about conservation. Water is life, and this week is about remembering that fact. How will drinking a bit more water every day help you? Mild dehydration increases the risk of fatigue, headaches, constipation and possibly urinary tract infections. It … Continue reading The importance of drinking water
We had such an amazing time at the Brew and Still in Bloemfontein on our way to see the blooming of the Namaqualand daisies that we decided to expand our trip with some inspiration. After all, life is a journey not a destination! Phillip from the brewery recommended a great place that he knew about, only a few hundred kilometres up the road: Navigating raging … Continue reading After all, life is a journey not a destination!
We’re heading out on the adventure of a lifetime to see the blooming of the Namaqualand daisies, and the feeling of spring is in the air! The afternoon sun stretches our car’s shadow far across the golden veld as we approached the outskirts of Bloemfontein. We’re listening to our awesome chill playlist on Soundcloud, and life is good. The city might carry the benign label … Continue reading A taste of the best craft brewery in Bloemfontein
This Saturday is #WorldPhotoDay, and we at McNab’s want to reward you with a month’s worth of energy tabs! We want you to capture your energy in a photograph. Why not be more experimental and dazzle people by going to a place to capture your energy? Go somewhere cool, do something fun, and even bring your dog… It doesn’t matter! All you have to do … Continue reading Can you capture your energy in a photograph?
Cameron’s debut single “I Didn’t Mean To Come Around” hit radio stations in late 2011 and gave listeners and fans a hint of what great things are to come. The single achieved remarkable success having been play listed on many major radio stations and achieving an esteemed Number One status on Jacaranda 94.2’s South African chart. in 2012 Cameron Released another single, “When the Heart … Continue reading Life and uncut presents Cameron Bruce
We’ve all felt like a sloth after eating an entire bag of chips. But in the world of nutrition research, an age-old chicken-and-egg debate still rages on: Does eating junk food make you lazy and tired? We asked our Twitter followers if they think that eating junk food was a source of fatigue. What we found is quite intriguing. Pop-quiz! Does eating junk food make … Continue reading Yes, junk food can make you tired. And here’s how.
A hobby is something that you do for fun or pleasure. You do it during your free time, and you don’t get paid to do it. Since hobbies are leisure activities, a lot of people discard hobbies as a “luxury” they can’t afford. However, it turns out that making time for a hobby is more than just a way to have fun. Picking up a … Continue reading Six hobbies that can make you a happier person
Johannesburg, South Africa Whether it is fuel price increases or new taxes, it is understandable that costs in the transportation sector have increased. Faced with unavoidable costs, transporters have seen no choice but to increase their prices to transport goods. However, increasing costs are not without consequences. Those who already cannot afford a simple loaf of bread have to suffer even more when costs go … Continue reading These Are The Faces of Increased Transportation Costs
“I’m capped”. A term that many South Africans have had to deal with since the launch of ADSL in the late 1990s. Even though in the past few years there has been a decrease in the price of data and uncapped bundles on fixed line networks, most South Africans still rely on “capped” internet data, as prices still remain high. The launch of higher bandwidth … Continue reading Netflix Wants to Kill Caps