Racism In Schools
Twenty years on schools are still struggling to curb the scourge of racism.
The storm started stirring when a concerned parent complained on a public platform that her child was facing segregation at a Curro School in Johannesburg.
Decorex Cape Town
Furniture show of the year
Don't miss some of the best exhibitors in the world of outdoor furniture!
How valuable is open-source learning?
There are countless skills that you can learn on the Internet. We look at the top ones and whether or not they add any weight to ones CV.
Malawi – Africa’s Heart
If I was blind, I would think that it was summer. The sunlight is warm on my forearm and the shy breeze is perfectly tepid, but looking out from our tour bus, I can clearly see that it is winter. The world outside is dry and yellow like a thirsty pot plant.
The Opium of the Poor
“Do you believe in the Father?”
“If you go about feeding people grass and petrol, you must know that you are not a good shepherd.” Gauteng infrastructure development MEC, Nandi Mayathula-Khoza speaking at a church in Pretoria.
Nip, Tuck and Snip
Not Just Vanity?
Signing up to go under, in pursuit of perkier breasts or a thinner waist, has become quite a popular practice nowadays. While plastic surgeons seem to be raking in the millions as more and more people sign up for nips, tucks and snips, what’s really happening to the idea of growing old with grace?
Sports Utility Vehicles
Are you adventurous?
Some are funky, some are pretty and some are actually built to take you off road and onto rougher terrain, however, most manufacturers would admit that the majority of SUV drivers do not purchase them with the intent of taking them to the bush to blaze trails into the unknown.
Jaguar by numbers
Did you know? Jaguar’s sale slogan was “Grace, Space, Pace”.