But Carsmetic Surgeon’s unfunny sexism needs to be knifed.
For once, entering the tournament this week they’ll start as one of the underdogs with the bookmakers rating them as joint fourth favourites with New Zealand, behind England, India and Australia.
The difference between life and death in a sticky situation could come down to KNOWING what you know.
If unruliness is the culture the EFF inculcates among its members, it is not setting a good example.
Have we entrenched gender inequality so deeply into our cultures that we teach it to two-year-olds at nursery schools, without questioning the foundations these stereotypes are built on?
The people screaming loudest against the change appeared to know the least about what was actually going on.

Columns How the DA lost the black vote

The black leadership they have put before us is no more than window-dressing and these individuals have no real political clout.

Columns Was the election a stuff-up?

Election 2019 could have been far better organised.

Columns Carry on, doctor, if you must

I’m still alive and well on the mend.

Columns Ramaphosa’s big challenge is to show there are consequences for corruption

The ‘New Dawn’ needs to turn into actual daylight soon.

Columns Will elections posters still be smiling at us when load shedding hits again?

Those closest to the pap pot have set themselves some big targets.

Columns It’s time for a wake-up call

There is an enormous number of black South Africans who are alienated from the ANC but have been unable to find a political home.

Columns Maybe the loss was better for Leeds

Judging by the current success of English clubs a young Leeds side would have taken some nasty beatings in the Premier League.

Columns Orchids and Onions – Cadbury’s Mother’s Day ad just did it for me

Mr Price, for allowing your staff no flexibility when it comes to dealing with customers – and making zero provision for goodwill – you get an Onion.

Columns Women, stand up to any abuse of your space and body

We’re taught that if we feel someone touching us in an indecent manner, we should just scurry away so they don’t do it again.

Columns The ball is now in Ramaphosa’s court

Just wait until the elections are behind us, his supporters told us earlier this year. Now that time has arrived and we can’t wait to see his Cabinet.

Columns A pat on the back for Cyril Ramaphosa

He has embraced all, including those that wished he would not ascend to power within the ANC and the country.

Columns Gender non-parity in a nutshell

The ruling party that promised us a ‘new dawn’, that promised to repair our country, can only muster up two female candidates as premiers?

Columns Our teachers and schools aren’t fit for sex education

Studies have found South African teachers unable to understand what they teach, including simple arithmetic and language.

Columns What is it about lip locking?

Despite this repugnant scenario, we kiss for love, to say hello and goodbye. And, paradoxically, it leaves a good feeling.

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