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The Samsung Galaxy S4

An obvious distinction is the vast, 5-inch super AMOLED Full HD screen. With the same overall dimensions of the Galaxy S3, 136.6mm x 69.8mm x 7.9mm, the larger screen means the bezel is much narrower, giving the phone a very futuristic look.  more

Buying Used vs. Buying New

Read on to find out which products are perfectly fine to buy second-hand, and which ones should be bought new  more

Hamsters as Pets

Hamsters make wonderful first pets for kids. They are low-maintenance, have a mild temperament, and are inherently clean animals.  more

Nexus 7 Second Generation

When the Nexus 7 was introduced in July 2012 , it received critical acclaim. With a 7-inch display, 1GB of memory, WiFi, an Nvidia Tegra 3 quad-core chip and running version Android 4.2, known as the Jelly Bean operating system, the Nexus 7 was clearly intended as a self-contained entertainment sy...  more

Best Brands in Motorcycles

Honda, Ducati, Suzuki, Kawasaki and Harley-Davidson are globally acknowledged as the best brands in biking.  more


As the sun rises on 18th July 2013, the worlds gaze will once again turn towards Nelson Rolilahla Mandela, The first elected black President of South Africa and one of the greatest leaders of humanity.  more

How to Deal with Sassy Kids

Most kids demonstrate disrespectful behaviour from time to time and think they can get away with it. But, if not checked in time, mouthy behaviour can soon spiral out of control to the point that kids start to misbehave all the time  more

When to Talk to Your Child about Sex

Talking to children about sex is akin to treading a minefield for most parents. It is a task they would rather postpone, evade, or forget! But explaining the birds and the bees to children, according to psychologists, is primarily a parental obligation and should not be left to schools.  more

Tips for Decorating Small Spaces

Small living spaces can be challenging to decorate. But with some creativity and clever manoeuvres, you can maximise the utility of your living space, be it a house, flat or simply a tiny room. Read on for tips to make small spaces appear big.  more

Cooking with Chocolate

Chocolate! Rich, decadent, sinful and the perfect mid-day snack. But there is so much more you can do with chocolate besides eating it. Read on to learn more about cooking with chocolate.  more

Ouya Gaming System

There has been a wide range of video gaming systems seeking to gain a market edge over the years since it became popular to immerse oneself in imaginary worlds and take on superhero qualities as an escape from the realities of modern living.  more

Buzz Worthy Games

If you are into gaming, there are a few buzz worthy offerings around to lead you into the realms of your favourite fantasy world.  more

Contemporary South African Stamps

What image the stamps issued after 1994 project about the country  more

Prostate Cancer

Prostate cancer is one of the most common types of cancer among men but there are several misconceptions about the disease.  more

Getaway Winter Destinations

Thinking of a quick winter getaway? Choose from any of these great winter destinations, all of them within a 3 to 4 hour drive from the Gauteng region.  more

How to Draw a Face Profile

The ability to draw the human face is always an artistic challenge. If you have even a modicum of drawing skills, however, you can easily learn a few tricks to improve your capability. Here are a few tips on how to draw a face profile.  more

Eating Healthy in the Winter

The craving for junk food seems to intensify during winter because our bodies seek high-caloric food to stay warm. This means that fresh fruits and veggies tend to disappear from our plates in the cold winter months, which affects our health and general wellbeing.  more

Household Chore Wars

When it comes to household chores, division of labour is not exactly a common phenomenon across the world. Women continue to do the bulk of the work around the house while the men folk think that greasy pots and pans clean themselves magically.  more

Wood Carving

Wood carving is an absorbing and challenging hobby for people who like to work with their hands. With basic tools, some practice and a large dose of patience, wood carving can grow into a deeply rewarding activity.  more

Preschool Prep

Children are considered ready for preschool around the age of three, but many parents will struggle with having their child adjust to their new routine.  more

Radio Controlled Helicopters

Flying model planes is a hobby that many of us enjoy, patiently making those balsa wood and tissue creations, lovingly painting them and at last trying out our piloting skills.  more

Hairstyle Tips for Men

Choosing a new hairstyle can be a difficult decision to make. Do you go for a radical new look, or just make subtle variations to your existing style? Here are some tips to help you make up your mind.  more

Mobile Phones 2013

I can recall the first time a phone call was made from a handheld mobile phone. It was back in 1973, and that Motorola phone was roughly the size of a brick.  more

Junior Web Graphics Designer is Africa's largest online marketplace, bringing buyers and sellers together to trade almost anything through fixed price sales and online auctions.Quick Facts* Over 1.3 million unique visitors visit bidorbuy each month* is ranked the 6th most popular site i...  more

South African Museums

There are more than three hundred museums all over South Africa, and each and every one of them is well worth a visit.  more

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