12.7.2019 09:35 am
For one, it forces SA’s notoriously conservative media audiences to consider the views of the progressive, young and woke South Africans.
Call-out culture or “cancel” culture is a social media phenomenon that is slowly beginning to influence the editorial choices of traditional media in South Africa, if at a far slower rate than in larger economies.
Her strategy plays into the hands of those who believe that she has one mandate and one mandate only: get Gordhan by any means necessary.
The coup d’etat would be a tax on every spelling or grammar mistake. It can be called a syntax.
If liberal democracies are to survive the rise of popular authoritarianism at home, they will have to become more palatable to the masses.
The Human Rights Commission’s hearing into allegations of racism by Ashwin Willemse against Mallett and others at SuperSport can’t start quickly enough.
An Orchid for Range Rover’s head-turning ad hits target market, and teary eyes to the PR officer who doesn’t know how to deal with journalists.
The most striking part of the farmer’s uniform is a quiet confidence. It’s very clear that they know what they are doing.
I have heard of people even within my family who couldn’t marry someone because she’s Catholic and he’s Methodist, and the families disapproved.
Let’s unkink the layered attempt at painting the EFF red when we already know the true colours of the party.
The EFF’s decision could have unintended – or perhaps intended – consequences to enable the ANC to walk back into power at the Joburg and Tshwane metros.
We are just not accustomed to men and women who are true to their oath of office.
If we could follow Martin Luther King’s dream, without abandoning redress, we’d be on the right road.
There’s surely good reason for a mood changer, one that will create a relaxed air in the otherwise stuffy precinct.