Articles

Choreographed Chaos

Help me out here. Let’s assume that I was in the market for a new 53 Inch television and that I had no intention of

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Obituary: Victor Gordon

Very rarely over the past 12 years, have I had to use the spotlight for an obituary.  This is one of those rare situations where

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Obituary: Rodney Love

I would like to remember Rodney Love. Rodney was my boss and my friend for over 12 years. Rodney was born deaf 72 years ago

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Obituary: Stella Beder

Stella Beder, one of the major contributors and shining stars of the South African musical scene over a number of decades passed away last month

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Let South Africa Live

It needs to be said. The South African Government has blood on its hands. It is not the first time, it will unlikely be the

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The Allegory

South Africans have always been a little prone to melodrama. We have made hyperbole our friend and have long embraced the exaggerated form. We do

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Facebook News

Last year in April, when we were young, I was asked to be part of a panel that addressed fake news and COVID-19. It was

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Tonya and Me

My conversations with Tonya are always fun. Each week, on my radio show we take a look at the big news stories that have dominated

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Love and Light

Much like Gwyneth Paltrow, I am not sure if I will be able to cope with another lockdown. If government statistics are to be believed,

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Bill and Melinda Gates

News that Bill and Melinda Gates are to get divorced after 27 years of marriage, hit me hard. Not because I know them, or their

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Freedom Day 2021

For one day only, I have chosen to make a list of what living in South Africa in 2021 has allowed me the freedom to

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