My home town is now home to the biggest collection of telephone poles erected in the last five decades.
In which the columnist is unceremoniously asked to leave a store in Turkey.
I once thought doctors are infallible. But there’s much we still don’t know.
All three of the big parties had their weaknesses exposed in the 2019 elections.
For the DA, the results are unambiguously disastrous. Its vote will be less than the 22.2% it got in 2014 – a million short of what it was two years ago.
Of the top five of the English Premier League heading into this weekend’s final round of matches, four could still end up with silverware this season.

Columns Orchids and Onions – Reddy tells it like it is

And the DA’s intrusive marketing campaign before the elections, using ‘stolen’ information, gets an Onion.

Columns The difference colour makes…

The bakkie driver who allegedly ran over a parking attendant apparently can’t be kept in prison, as he has people to support.

Columns Stop the blame game, Julius Malema

Blaming white people for the inactivity of the ANC to make the slightest difference in the land distribution problem is simply race-baiting.

Columns A salute to all the mothers out there

To raise a child with a woman is one of the greatest privileges life has to offer.

Columns Will the ageing ANC just be fronting with its youthful new MPs?

The debate is out on whether the ANC will be able to match the EFF’s youthful impetuosity in parliament.

Columns Bring on the new MP clowns

Unlike your conventional comedian who fluffs it deliberately to raise a laugh, the MP goon is serious – making it really funny.

Columns Prove polls wrong and give DA the majority in Gauteng

If the DA doesn’t win Gauteng outright, too much compromise could put the party’s principles and governance track record at stake.

Columns Posters don’t win elections, voter education does

If younger voters are shunning the polls, re-educating the existing and willing voter through voter education programmes should be the focus.

Columns If you want to do well in athletics, choose your parents well

People sometimes take drugs to get to the level of a world-beater. And that is wrong.

Columns Poll predictions present a grim omen for SA’s future

The racist and violent EFF is likely to at least double their vote nationally which, with the ANC, could mean a two-thirds majority in parliament.

Columns Duanne Olivier has a very good point about SA cricket

Olivier really isn’t wrong about how England allows him more room for improvement.

Columns Orchids and Onions – Reborn ‘glug-glug’ ads deserve accolades

Defy and Finish, pick up your respective Onions. And remember: I’ve told you a billion times not to exaggerate…

Columns Politicians are wasting their time on the campaign trail

What they forget to understand is that we already know who we are voting for and have done so for some time.

Columns Caster is still our golden girl

Caster, I am watching the future with interest. I’m sure we will see your name in lights for years to come.

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