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According to statistics released by the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), as many as one in six South Africans suffer from anxiety, depression or substance-use problems (excluding conditions such as bipolar or schizophrenia). Unfortunately most people are not getting the help that is needed. Alina Hardcastle takes a look at the stigma surrounding mental illnesses and whether or not these illnesses are being supported by medical schemes.

South Africa may be behind some other countries when it comes to certain innovations but if trends from abroad are anything to go by we may find ourselves working remotely or from home a lot more, finds Angelique Ruzicka.

We take a look at Google's new travel offering, Google Trips.

To avoid the scams, Angelique Ruzicka does a roundup of some (legitimate) Black Friday deals that have landed in her inbox.

Sharon Gannon, yoga teacher and animal rights advocate, once said, “You cannot do yoga. Yoga is your natural state. What you can do are yoga exercises, which may reveal to you where you are resisting your natural state.” In the third part of the yoga-pricing-guide series, we thought we’d assist our readers in discovering their inner natural state by picking out some of Durban’s yoga hot spots.

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There are a range of insurance products available to people, each with a specific focus to help you cover the cost of unexpected events. Moneybags journalist Jessica Anne Wood looks at funeral insurance and what it covers.

Despite the police receiving training in how to handle abuse and rape cases, more needs to be done to help the survivors of these crimes.