23.1.2020 10:49 am
‘You’re not going to believe what happened,’ I said into the phone. ‘I’m topless in the parking lot.’
I was already 30 minutes late for dinner at Turn 'n Tender, so there was no more time for procrastination. I had to own up. Topless in the parking lot. There was a perfectly reasonable explanation, though…
The AU’s peace and security council needs to act more decisively to prevent Libya from becoming hub of foreign fighters.
The president’s strategy of letting the legal processes sort out the bad guys is on the verge of backfiring because they aren’t just sitting still, waiting to be culled.
Sharing your dreams with loved ones could lead to a fate worse than eternal damnation.
Going back to school can be both a beautiful and an ugly time. That is the oxymoron of living in a very unbalanced society.
There needs to be more discussion, more openness and less fascist silencing of dissent with climate change.
To create an impression that all magistrates ‘don’t know the law’ has the potential to erode public trust in the magistracy.
The ANC, in its flailing to preserve itself, threatens to pull the whole nation down with it.
Fernando Alonso’s crash in the Dakar Rally could’ve been a huge negative for Toyota, but effective marketing turned it into a positive… and an Orchid.
I can’t and won’t lie – like many others, I adored the man. Yet, as we’re now well aware of, Cronje’s motives were shockingly self-serving.
There is a sense in which, as correctly as it has identified the priorities, the statement communicates a state of normalcy in a time of crisis.
It’s time for government to stop being the granny state and allow for serious build by independent power producers (IPPs).
I thought it was a great idea – I’ve always dreamt of raising free-ranging chickens in an old-fashioned kitchen garden with herbs and vegetables.
In the progressive cultural economy one tends to encounter in our cities, and within the social media component known as the twittersphere, a lot of value seems to be placed on the ideal of open-mindedness.
Government must be selective when it comes to individuals who must be honoured – even if they were considered important.