7 top stories of the week you shouldn't miss

 

 
 

It's been a busy week with lots going on in the world. Sometimes it's hard to keep on top of everything as it happens so we've brought you all the top stories on 24.com's lifestyle sites this week.

4 fabulous stir-fry recipes to take the hassle out of weekday cooking

Food24: Stir-fries are so often overlooked - but they are one of the best options for a quick, easy meal when you're feeling too exhausted to cook an elaborate meal during a busy week. They are healthy, simple to prepare, and are ready in a jiffy. What more could you want? Click here to read.

The endless pubic hair debate: Shedding all myths

W24: Study finds that 84% of women groom their pubes to some extent. It seems while we’re rehashing 70s fashion trends we’re not resurrecting the era-defining full bush. Click here to read.


QUIZ: Can you guess the celeb parents?

Parent24:
Some fun for the weekend! From tots to teens, Hollywood is home to many celebrity kids. Are you able to guess the parents these kids belong to? Click here to read.


Craving coffee? It's in your DNA!

Health24:
Have you ever wondered why you crave coffee more than others? New research says it may be down to your DNA. Click here to read.

PICS! Huge sinkhole swallows car in Cape Town

Wheels24: A sinkhole spotted in Crawford, Cape Town has swallowed a Kia Picanto. Curiously, a resident had cordoned off an area of the road he thought was in danger. Click here to read.


Spring road-tripping: Family fun along the Garden Route

Traveller24: Hit the road and spark your family's wanderlust along some of South Africa's most scenic destinations. Click here to read.


Meet the ex-rugby player who’s a brilliant ballet dancer

Channel24: In a new short documentary series titled, LIFE, Channel24 takes a look at the stories of those around us that aren’t the average 09:00 to 17:00. This is the story of Ivan Boonzaaier - the ballet dancer that won’t be put in a box. Watch it here.


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