Author: Claire Warneke

Acting Editor, News & Current Affairs, Relationships: Just ‘slightly’ older than the internet, Claire grew up in the age of transition between typewriters and the World Wide Web. A gadget girl that still appreciates a good LP, she is passionate about the ever-evolving world of communication. Her hobbies are gardening, upcycling, reading, writing, cooking, eating and spending time with friends and family.

Level 1 on the cards? Here’s what we can expect to change

Posted on Sep 15, 2020 by Claire Warneke

The move to Level 1 should see a number of restrictions eased, and a shift to a more ...

“What’s On My Mind? Making Babies” – SA journalist shares 7-year battle with PCOS & infertility

Posted on Sep 9, 2020 by Claire Warneke

The stigma attached to infertility was just as damaging. “While I was happily married and had a successful ...

Couple goals: 6 Things we can learn from Ed Sheeran & Cherry Seaborn’s love story

Posted on Sep 3, 2020 by Claire Warneke

Here are 6 things we can learn from Ed & Cherry’s love story

Mawisa “The Survivor” talks about beating cancer at the age of 30 & inspiring others

Posted on Sep 2, 2020 by Claire Warneke

All4Women chatted to Chauke about her journey, and what kept her going through her darkest moments. “My only ...

Grocery bills have skyrocketed – But we’re paying the price for buying cheaper too: here’s why

Posted on Aug 27, 2020 by Claire Warneke

Choosing cheaper brands carries varying risks depending on what the food is. Here’s why:

Our grocery bills just went up – AGAIN

Posted on Aug 26, 2020 by Claire Warneke

“There is not a lot that women can do in the face of rising prices on core staple ...

#VoetsekFikile trends: Mzansi isn’t happy with Road Traffic Amendment Bill Proposal

Posted on Aug 26, 2020 by Claire Warneke

“Alcohol must be regulated and we doing exactly that for the motorists interms [sic] of Road traffic in ...

Lack of travel is affecting our mental health! Here’s how to boost your mood & help SA’s tourism industry

Posted on Aug 25, 2020 by Claire Warneke

Not only did the coronavirus pandemic affect our pockets, but global lockdowns also had a major effect on ...

Would the death penalty reduce crime in SA? Or is it just a political stance to lure voters

Posted on Aug 21, 2020 by Claire Warneke

The former Mayor of Johannesburg is gearing up to launch his own political party at the end of ...

Fallen in love with a married man? Will he ever leave his wife?

Posted on Aug 20, 2020 by Claire Warneke

You fell for a married man. You never meant for it to happen. You started out as friends. ...

Growing her future: Meet inspiring agripreneur, Gugulethu Cindy Mahlangu

Posted on Aug 18, 2020 by Claire Warneke

The enthusiastic agripreneur also sells her produce to the informal sector and local outlets in Boksburg. “The goal ...

Finding miracles in the madness – How a mom found peace again after losing her son

Posted on Aug 17, 2020 by Claire Warneke

“It took me five years to feel like I could live again, and it took me 10 years ...

‘Baywatch’ take note: Meet the real women heroes behind the NSRI

Posted on Aug 13, 2020 by Claire Warneke

Did you know that it was the persistent letter-writing of a Simon’s Town swimming teacher that led to ...

Thuli Madonsela for president! – All4Women readers call for change

Posted on Aug 12, 2020 by Claire Warneke

South African society today has many ills that may seem insurmountable, but Madonsela maintained she is always hopeful. ...

“Silent & smiling” – Rape survivor hid the ‘shame’ for years before her truth finally released her

Posted on Aug 11, 2020 by Claire Warneke

“I am a rape survivor. Those words, my truth, remained frozen on my tongue and instead consumed me ...

How to claim from the Compensation Fund if you contract Covid-19 at work

Posted on Aug 6, 2020 by Claire Warneke

How can you claim from the government’s Compensation Fund if you contract Covid-19 at work?

Moms in crisis: 2 in 3 abandoned babies die

Posted on Aug 5, 2020 by Claire Warneke

These are the harsh realities facing women in South Africa. Overwhelming circumstances which lead to desperate actions. As ...

Covid-19 Loss – How can we get closure if we can’t say goodbye to our loved ones in their final hours?

Posted on Aug 4, 2020 by Claire Warneke

One of the most heart-breaking aspects of the coronavirus pandemic that is spreading through our country is the ...

How can we help children process the trauma of losing a loved one to Covid-19?

Posted on Aug 3, 2020 by Claire Warneke

Instead of being surrounded by love and comfort from friends and family, and receiving the support of our ...

Women are under attack! Here’s how to protect yourself in everyday situations

Posted on Aug 2, 2020 by Claire Warneke

All4Women spoke to some self-defence and combat experts about how women can protect themselves in 5 vulnerable situations.

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