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Brace for another exodus
I remember back in the day when every Tom, Dick and constable from South Africa went off to work as security guards in Iraq.
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Jada and Will are not the beacon of matrimonial perfection
Life is messy. Some of us just have the benefit of privacy for our messiness.
South Africa’s government is proud that its response to Covid-19 relies on science. It might be prouder if it was also guided by knowledge of how society works.
As we move through the extended lockdown – with the worrying prospect of further extensions – it will be interesting to see how fresh and appealing those ads by companies proclaiming a new-found patriotism and a ‘hold hands and sing kumbaya’ unity will be.
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Vehicle finance or cash? Choose wisely

Columns Vehicle finance or cash? Choose wisely

If you feel that you can rather put that R100 000 to better use elsewhere, a fixed deposit at a bank is your safest bet.

PREMIUM!
Brace for another exodus

Columns Brace for another exodus

I remember back in the day when every Tom, Dick and constable from South Africa went off to work as security guards in Iraq.

PREMIUM!
Jada and Will are not the beacon of matrimonial perfection

Columns Jada and Will are not the beacon of matrimonial perfection

Life is messy. Some of us just have the benefit of privacy for our messiness.

Columns How the line that lockdown was not about cutting transmissions eroded govt’s credibility

South Africa’s government is proud that its response to Covid-19 relies on science. It might be prouder if it was also guided by knowledge of how society works.

Columns The highs and lows of lockdown advertising in SA

As we move through the extended lockdown – with the worrying prospect of further extensions – it will be interesting to see how fresh and appealing those ads by companies proclaiming a new-found patriotism and a ‘hold hands and sing kumbaya’ unity will be.





 

 


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