Sun, 21 July, 2019

Editorial

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The Inspiration of Bob CollymoreThe continent of Africa just lost a great man this week. Bob Collymore, CEO...

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Nurturing Our Youth’s Rich TalentNdlovu Youth Choir’s rendition of ‘My African Dream’, conducted by choir director Ralf Schmitt...

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The Job SituationThe South African government, like every other government in the world is dogged by the problem...

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2019 Day of The African Child CommemorationThis weekend, on Sunday to be precise, South Africa leads the rest...

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IAAF Double Standards – The Caster Semenya SagaOn Monday 3rd June, South Africa woke up to the exciting news...

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A Case For Domestic WorkersThis week, The High Court in Pretoria ruled that domestic workers were eligible to...

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Corruption – The Curse of Our GenerationIn the past weeks even as the election wave peaked and then...

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Breaking Free of The MouldWe are as strong as our weakest thought is something Saray N’kusi Khumalo has...

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It’s A New DawnSo, the elections have come and gone.  No matter how we voted, or even if...

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8th May, The D-Day For South AfricaOn Wednesday morning, bright and early, South Africa will head to the polls...

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Of Murders, Suicides and DepressionIn recent times, we are confronted with news of suicides and what is commonly...

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Happy Passover South AfricaThis week, we had two different stories from the medical world that caught my interest....

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South Africa Turns To Violence And Burning To Be HeardThe unfortunate tradition that South Africa is known for...

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Time For Surveillance Cameras To Be Made Mandatory In Schools And Care FacilitiesAt least 3 videos surfaced this...

Something To Ponder: Where Is Africa’s Dump Site?

For years, African countries have been complaining about the dreadful actions carried out by the industrialized world on the African soil. From...

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