28.6.2019 09:30 am
Lofty dreams help us to move past stumbling blocks. Dreams push you forward, naysayers hold you back. It is the beginning of any real achievement.
Uncle Cyril was on the receiving end of a lot of criticism for sharing his personal dream of a smart city full of skyscrapers and a bullet train during his State of the Nation address last week.
South Africans who emigrate need to prove that they are no longer resident in SA if they want to be treated as a non-resident for tax purposes.
Was this water for our parched throats? Or was it just another politically conjured mirage?
Mtawarira doesn’t attack De Villiers’ character in his now delayed autobiography, he delivers a professional opinion.
The president used his address to show that he’s in control. But does he have what it takes to win?
The realities are, women and children are vulnerable targets, abused, raped and taken advantage of.
If Ramaphosa wants to leave a legacy as the leader SA deserved, he should get to the crux of the matter, even if his approach wins him few friends.
A small act of kindness or even just a smile can go a long way towards making our world a better place.
Parents must take responsibility for their children – government can only do so much. We need to take back our classrooms and schools.
Compromise is necessary in the two big Gauteng metros. But there must also be a line beyond which principle cannot be bent.
The sight of books brings calmness to a soul sick to death of a country wracked with crime and corruption.
In the end, the tough questions will come, like how does an advocate miss that her report is unconstitutional?
The focus in personal protection should not be on fighting. It should always be about not getting hurt.