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Starting new year with lots of gratitude

  28 June 2020 Mongadi Mafata Irecently celebrated my birthday, which was rather muted given the Coronavirus stranglehold the world is operating under. There were fewer balloons, fewer...

Trump is quite a revelation for global South

  21 June 2020 Ido Lekota He may have received the lowest approval rating of any post-war US president at the end of their first calendar year...

Cigar-chomping Bra Line will always be my hero

  14 June 2020 As Youth Month gets into gear, my mind raced back to my school days and how I picked up the dirty habit...

Covid-19 has forever changed how cities operate

  31 May 2020 Mduduzi Mbada TTe COVID-19 global pandemic has disrupted life as we know it in the cities. It has changed cities in unprecedented ways that...

Dear President, focus on saving our livelihoods

  7 June 2020 Looking at the South African map – one would not be amiss if one said the pain in the republic is palpable...

Of Zoom, bills and grade ones running amok in the house

Published: 24 May 2020 Malome is completely stumped. “Haai malome, it’s not fair. My daughter is in grade 1. There has not been any learning and...

Ramaphosa critics are ignoring facts

17 May 2020 Conscience of a Centrist It has become customary to mock President Cyril Ramaphosa’s handling of the outbreak of COVID-19 in the republic. And Wednesday was no...

Lessons for the future as new normal strikes funerals

10 May 2020 There were no seven colours or rice swimming in bleeding beetroot on our plates after the burial. There were no plates, period! Once...

Economy built on Ubuntu is possible

26 April 2020 The stranglehold of Covid-19 on our economy has given us a glimpse of what the future might look like – and it...

Media a hidden casualty of virus

19 April 2020 “Democracy Dies in Darkness,” reads the official slogan of American newspaper The Washington Post, owned by the richest man on planet earth,...

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