The best of health and beauty advice
CLUBCARD is an easily accessible digital magazine packed with loads of great health, lifestyle and beauty reads to inform, entertain, empower and inspire readers.
ClubCard Magazine Issue 5/2023
Isibaya and The River star Linda Mtoba tells us about her meteoric rise to fame, her life as a mom, and how she keeps her skin looking camera-ready.ClubCard Magazine Issue 5/2023
ClubCard Magazine Issue 4/2023
The new issue of Clicks Clubcard magazine is here, and this month we chat to Proteas cricket captain Suné Luus PLUS we have not one but two great giveaways!ClubCard Magazine Issue 4/2023
ClubCard Magazine Issue 3/2023
The Health Issue of ClubCard Magazine is here! This month, SA’s queen of fitness, Mapule Ndhlovu, gives us her top exercise tips, we share our favourite free wellness apps, PLUS we’re giving away five Clicks health hampers valued at R1 000 each!ClubCard Magazine Issue 3/2023
Every January we make resolutions for a fresh start – only to find ourselves in a post-holiday slump come February, saddled with unused gym memberships and empty gratitude journals. Not this year!
Eating a balanced, nutritious diet and getting regular exercise are the best ways to maintain physical and mental health, but as you age, supplements can be useful.
If you’re feeling bored at the prospect of sandwiches before the work and school year has even begun, try these creative updates.
Having spent more than two decades capturing the hearts around the country (and the world), Marc Lottering has learned some poignant lessons along the way.
Stuck for a gift for your beauty-loving friend or family member? These products from local brand Portia M are affordable, 100% local and perfect for the summer season.
These new takes on classic cocktails can be enjoyed as virgin mocktails, or you can add a kick from the drinks cabinet.
TV and radio personality Zoё Brown spends every weekday on live TV. She shares how she looks after her skin under all that TV make-up.
Professor Thuli Madonsela spent seven years holding the government to account as Public Protector and most of her adult life fighting against injustice. Here’s how she does it.
Feeling anxious? It could be that you’re just worried about something – or it could be a sign of an anxiety disorder. A psychologist explains the difference.
Cervical cancer is the second most common cancer among women in South Africa, and the biggest killer, yet it’s highly preventable with vaccine – and men can benefit too. Our experts answer your questions.
Four cookbooks, four delicious ways to indulge. These cakes, puddings and desserts make the perfect companion for your big night.
Use these tips to keep your hair soft and shiny throughout winter.
With Blood & Water renewed for a fourth season, Natasha Thahane gives us a glimpse behind the scenes, and let's us in on what it’s like returning to work as a mom.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a neurological autoimmune disease affecting up to 5 000 South Africans. Christelle Taute, 52, has been living with it for 22 years.
Having acne-prone or sensitive skin doesn’t mean you have to forgo makeup. Use these tips and products from The Body Shop to get the looks you want while also keeping your skin happy.
Chef Mbombi's new book, An African Bite, is his tribute to the women who taught him to cook – from his mother and grandmother to the high school economics teacher.
Johannesburg psychologist and Clicks Wellness Expert Lusanda Cebekhula shares her advice on how to handle the psychological stress of male infertility.
Actress, businesswoman and Vaseline ambassador Linda Mtoba shares her secrets for soft, radiant skin all year round.
Celeb chef Zola Nene is back with a third book, this time celebrating the diverse cultural heritage of South Africans through the wonderful tradition of sharing meals.