28.1.2020 06:20 am
Even though Charles is an adorable, cuddly 50kg puppy, the cats still terrorise him at times because, well, they can.
Every now and then, I have to remind the five felines in the family about the necessity for acceptance in a household as diverse as ours.
It’s simple: Nienaber’s appointment allows SA Rugby to gain the most out of Erasmus, who’s now merely its director of rugby.
One of these days, Ethiopians might be the ones standing around telling jokes about us starving South Africans.
A capable state cannot be constructed without, first and foremost, an ethical political leadership that understands and is committed to the national interest.
The fact that the Mpianzi family’s status as refugees is not the main focus brings with it hope for the future for foreign nationals – that they are human first.
Tito has a lot of credibility abroad, but I’m afraid SA doesn’t. What is he going to tell investors at Davos?
‘You’re not going to believe what happened,’ I said into the phone. ‘I’m topless in the parking lot.’
Our rich legacy, heritage and hard-fought liberation should not be allowed to be confined to the periphery of history.
Adequate supervision surely requires that a roll call take place before and after each activity.
South Africa would be better off if the undertakings Ramaphosa made at Davos in January 2018 were carried out.
Total gridlock. Taxis, cars, bakkies, motorcycles, push bikes and pedestrians jamming the sole main arterial and every off-shoot street.
She was 2.5m long. Or, in terms everyone can understand, 10 belts, six handbags, four pairs of shoes and two wallets.
ANC Youth League spokesperson Sizophila Mkhize vented her frustration on social media while explaining that she could not attend the ANC’s national executive committee’s lekgotla due to some elder members’ view that her dress was too short. Which is more justified: her frustration or the limitation?
The AU’s peace and security council needs to act more decisively to prevent Libya from becoming hub of foreign fighters.
The president’s strategy of letting the legal processes sort out the bad guys is on the verge of backfiring because they aren’t just sitting still, waiting to be culled.