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Slice Of Life: ‘We all have the ability to turn a self portrait into a masterpiece’

Fifty shapes of fitness: personal trainer Tumelo Setsetse helps people transform their lives - physically, emotionally, psychologically.

Gadgets of the year: touching deep

Gadgetry is synonymous with bells and whistles, but sometimes it’s the personal approach that stands out.

M&G newsroom’s sweat Boost

While UK fitness star Terrol "Boost" Lewis was in SA promoting "Star Blockworkout", he stopped by the M&G to give our social media editor a few tips.

Cop recruit deaths: Fitness was required for traffic officers

At an inquiry into the deaths of eight job applicants, the KZN transport department says its advert specified that a tough physical test was required.

Inquiry into cop recruits’ fitness test fatalities resumes

An inquiry into a recruitment fitness test that led to the deaths of eight aspiring traffic cops in Pietermaritzburg is due to continue on Tuesday.

Fitness test deaths: Provincial minister dismisses calls to resign

KwaZulu-Natal transport minister Willies Mchunu on Monday dismissed calls for him to resign as premature and irrelevant.

Six traffic post applicants die after fitness test

Six people have died from suspected dehydration after taking part in a KwaZulu-Natal traffic department recruitment fitness test, say SABC news.

South Africans fight fat with new outdoor gyms

Soweto's first outdoor gym has caught on with many residents who are determined to lose their flab without signing expensive gym contracts.

US fitness guru who last ate dessert in 1929 dies aged 96

Healthy living pioneer Jack LaLanne's feats included holding the world press-up record and towing boats while handcuffed.

Working up a sweat over gaming

Will the new generation of exercise games really help you get fit in your living room?

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