Government Fails of 2015 Looking back on the year that was, South Africa has definitely seen its share of bloopers in 2015.

Over the past year, there have been plenty of opportunities for us – as a nation – to shake our heads in disbelief when we see the latest offering from our respective government officials.  While there have been notable success stories that we can celebrate, we have compiled a few of the big disasters of the year. 

Seven Books by African Authors That You Should Read A peephole into the kaleidoscopic existence of the people of this great continent

In a speech titled “The African Renaissance, South Africa and The World” at the United Nations University, in 1998, Thabo Mbeki said: “Unless we are able to answer the question ‘Who were we?’ we will not be able to answer the question ‘What shall we be?’”

#LifeWellTravelled Charmed by China with Cathay Pacific!

The craving for exploring exotic locales has grown in the last decade as more and more of us abandon local haunts and venture into the unknown. So it was with this hunger that we eagerly accepted the invitation to cruise in China courtesy of Cathay Pacific Airlines and experience a #LifeWellTravelled!

The New Healthy Why Good Health is Trending

Unless you have been in hiding for the past few years, you have probably noticed a rise in health-related everything, everywhere you look.

Creating a Whine List “In vino veritas,” some venerable old bugger once said.

Probably an ancient Roman, but it could just as easily have been an Oxbridge graduate showing off. “In wine is truth” doesn’t sound quite as respectable; especially if you’re slurring it.

The House of Hunger by Dambudzo Marechera d as I sat with a glass of champagne in my hand reclining in my seat in the business class cabin of Cathay Pacific, I had to admit mine is #LifeWellTravelled


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