Dr Motsepe spent her Mandela Day with the kids.
'It was a very eventful day for Dr Tshepo Motsepe, the First Lady of South Africa. How Tshepo Motsepe and Ramaphosa spent their 67 minutes (In the pic – President Cyril Ramaphosa with his wife Dr Tshepo Motsepe). Chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng Swearing in President Elect Mr Cyril Ramaphosa as the President of South Africa. 15/02/2017, Elmond Jiyane, GCIS While her husband, President Cyril Ramaphosa had official presidential matters to attend to in Cape Town, Motsepe opted to spend most of her day contributing her 67 minutes towards Mandela Day. In all fairness, Ramaphosa too found some time to sit down with the kids from the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital’s radio show , Rx Radio. Motsepe’s Mandela Day contributions Distributing learning resources However, Motsepe’s Mandela Day schedule was the busier of the two. The First Lady remained in Gauteng and chose to do as her husband did, and spend quality time with the kids. Her first stop was at the Morning Star Early Care Development Centre in Edenvale, Ekurhuleni, where she distributed learning resources. She also did the same for the children of Matshidiso Day Care Centre in Diepsloot, Johannesburg. [PICTURES]: Dr Tshepo Motsepe spent her #67Minutes for #MandelaDay2019 with the Early Care Foundation, distributing learning resources to the Morning Star ECD Centre in Edenvale, Ekurhuleni and the Matshidiso Child Day Care Centre in Diepsloot, Johannesburg. pic.twitter.com/bq0UqhtpCT — PresidencyZA (@PresidencyZA) July 18, 2019 Building refurbishments with Miss SA finalists She then made a second stop at Olifantsvlei Primary School in Eikenhof, south of Johannesburg, where she was joined by the Top 16 finalists of Miss South Africa. This time, the ladies got their hands dirty, assisting with the refurbishment of the school building. Dr Tshepo Motsepe, spouse of President @CyrilRamaphosa and First Lady of the Republic, with Miss SA Top 16 finalists at the Olifantsvlei Primary School in Eikenhof, Johannesburg, where they spent #67Minutes doing building their refurbishments for #MandelaDay2019 pic.twitter.com/fqmRPBRqQb — PresidencyZA (@PresidencyZA) July 18, 2019'
Dr Motsepe spent her Mandela Day with the kids.
Are you looking to give your kids room a new makeover?Of course, kids have their own preferences when it comes to decorating their rooms.We thought of a few inspirational ideas that could come in quite handy enough when you are attempting to handle
Researchers found that kids who were vaccinated against chickenpox had an almost eighty percent lower risk of developing shingles.
'Researchers found that kids who were vaccinated against chickenpox had an almost eighty percent lower risk of developing shingles.'
By pouring into three core needs kids possess, we decrease or eliminate the maladaptive biopsychosocial developmental impact of being raised in a technology driven world.Paige is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, with a passion to help youth and
'By pouring into three core needs kids possess, we decrease or eliminate the maladaptive biopsychosocial developmental impact of being raised in a technology driven world.Paige is a Licensed Mental Health Therapist, with a passion to help youth and their parents navigate the world of adolescence.She has spoken all over the nation for parenting groups, family ministries, youth groups, women’s retreats, professional counseling conferences, christian radio stations, and youth retreats.She has worked on TV, radio, and web-based media.Paige is a contributor to the women’s marriage and parenting site iMom.com, and can be seen hosting tween show iShine K’nect on TBN.She presently works for Parkview Health as a mental health therapist assigned to Carroll High School & Maple Creek Middle School.Paige is married to Ryan and is the mother of 2 daughters and 2 sons!TEDx . The post Raising Kids In A Technology Driven World appeared first on iAfrica.com .'
Maybe American kids will only have to live through one Christmas without Toys “R” Us.
'Maybe American kids will only have to live through one Christmas without Toys “R” Us.'
YouTube is considering far-reaching changes to its platform in the wake of a string of incidents that put the video-streaming powerhouse on the defensive. From a report: Executives at the Google unit are debating moving all children’s content into a
'YouTube is considering far-reaching changes to its platform in the wake of a string of incidents that put the video-streaming powerhouse on the defensive. From a report: Executives at the Google unit are debating moving all children’s content into a separate product, the stand-alone YouTube Kids app, to better protect young viewers from objectionable videos, say people briefed on the discussions. That would be a seismic and risky switch, as children’s videos are among the most popular on the platform and carry millions of dollars in advertising. Some YouTube employees are pushing for another major modification. They are encouraging the company to switch off for children’s programming a feature that automatically plays a new video after one has been completed, according to the people briefed. While that default setting — known as YouTube’s recommendation system — has helped boost audience hours to new heights, it has also opened the company up to criticism that kids and parents can select innocuous videos only to be automatically transitioned into inappropriate fare. […] The possible changes, though still under discussion and not considered imminent, would be among the biggest ever for the platform, not least because they would require alterations to YouTube’s infrastructure and significant negotiations over the boundaries of children’s content. Read more of this story at Slashdot.'
Curious Kids is a series for children in which we ask experts to answer questions from kids.How big is the Milky Way? (Storm, 6, Kenya) The Milky Way is the galaxy we live in.A galaxy is a system of millions or billions of stars.They’re all mixed
This day has become a sham, a day for brands to profit, kids (and fathers) to get out of really putting any effort or thought into it, moms to feel obliged to be thankful and grateful for the day and her “spoils”.
Nipsey Hussle’s family Nipsey Hussle’s family is politely shutting down any fundraising efforts to support his kids‒ even from celebs‒ because their father made sure they’d be financially secure.
'Nipsey Hussle’s familyNipsey Hussle’s family is politely shutting down any fundraising effortsto support his kids‒ even from celebs‒ because their father made sure they’d befinancially secure.Sourcesclose to Nip’s family told TMZ … Nipsey made sure his two children, Emani andKross Asghedom, would never have to rely on other people for money.While there have been multiple crowdfunding pages popping up for them‒ including the one retired NFL star Reggie Bushstarted‒ we’re toldthe family wants everyone to know the kids are more than alright.Nipseywas remembered as a savvy businessman during his celebration of life … andfor good reason.We’re told he owned all of his master recordings, his MarathonClothing store, and he also set up multiple trust funds to make sure his kidsand family would never need a handout.As wereported … Bush set up a GoFundMe in hopes of raising $100,000 for Nipsey’skids, personally chipping in $10k to get things started.But thatfundraiser has already been scrubbed from the internet.We’retold the family is grateful for the outpouring of support, but as one sourceput it‒ Nip just wouldn’t want it that way, and since heleft his family financially secure … it’s just not necessary.The post Nipsey Hussle Kids Don’t Need Charity Handouts appeared first on DailyGuide Network.'
The funky French company Djeco is undoubtedly one of the most favorite brands in the toy making industry.What sets them stand out is the style of their wooden toys, games and arts and crafts set.Their specialized team of illustrators and designers
Nickelodeon Africa has joined forces with the family restaurant, Wimpy, to bring South African families the 2019 Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards (KCA). The awards will be held on 23 March 2019 in Los Angeles.The five stars from South Africa are