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HOE RYM DIT DAN… HOE RYM DIT DAN…Date: 20/01/2017

Ek, Ta’ Grieta, dink mos terug aani ou dae toe ek en myse siblings saans onder onse ouers se stoele gelê slaap het na die...

THE MASTERCHEF KITCHEN 2017... THE MASTERCHEF KITCHEN 2017...Date: 09/01/2017

The Masterchef kitchen has much in common with our lives.

MASTERCHEF - ONS KOMBUIS 2017 MASTERCHEF - ONS KOMBUIS 2017Date: 09/01/2017

Die Masterchef kombuis het baie in gemeen met ons lewens. Die Meesterkok staan aan die stuur en ons kry sekere bestanddele wat...

The Real Recovery Process after Trauma The Real Recovery Process after TraumaDate: 21/07/2016

I often write about trauma recovery as a process or steps. I do this for many reasons. First, I have always loved making a....

The Rhodes Marathon - 4 Secunda runners finish! The Rhodes Marathon - 4 Secunda runners finish!Date: 19/07/2016

It is with fond memories that I read the article in the Bulletin (15 July 2016), describing how 4 Secunda runners (Jolene Carstens

ALEX HOGG ALEX HOGG'S PENETRATING VIEW TODAYDate: 07/07/2016

Much of life is a battle between good and evil. Good being those who believe in fair play and transparency –

The Five Things That Being a Township School Teacher Has Taught Me The Five Things That Being a Township School Teacher Has Taught MeDate: 20/05/2016

Like most children who do their schooling in schools facing multiple deprivations, choosing to become a teacher only...

ROLE MODELS SHOW SINGLE PARENTING CAN BE SUCCESS ROLE MODELS SHOW SINGLE PARENTING CAN BE SUCCESSDate: 19/05/2016

Being single parent raised makes it easy for me to identify with baggage that accompanies such apparently dysfunctional childhood.

5 Ways To Build A Thicker Skin So You Can Go Through Life Smiling 5 Ways To Build A Thicker Skin So You Can Go Through Life SmilingDate: 22/04/2016

Do you ever feel hurt by what people say about you? Well, it’s a part of life, so you better get used to it.

Zika virus: 2.2 billion people in Zika virus: 2.2 billion people in 'at risk' areasDate: 21/04/2016

More than two billion people live in parts of the world where the Zika virus can spread, ...

Babcock lifting the load for Sasol One shutdown Babcock lifting the load for Sasol One shutdownDate: 29/03/2016

Babcock, a trusted and leading supplier of plant and engineering support services to the energy, process, mining and construction

The rand weaker on leap day as Gordhan is embattled The rand weaker on leap day as Gordhan is embattledDate: 29/02/2016

THE rand was weaker against major currencies on Monday morning as traders assessed the risks associated....

OBAMA SAYS TRUMP WILL NOT BE PRESIDENTDate: 17/02/2016

The divisive and controversial Donald Trump, one of the strongest Republican...

POVERTY – THE CHALLENGE FOR THE NEXT 100 YEARS POVERTY – THE CHALLENGE FOR THE NEXT 100 YEARSDate: 16/02/2016

Poverty is defined as a state wherein a person has less than $1,25 a day to live from, which in real terms means R19.24 at ...

Are you financing the fossil fuel industry? Are you financing the fossil fuel industry?Date: 17/11/2014

If you’re worried about greenhouse gas emissions and climate change, there are many ways in which you can reduce your personal...

LETTER: Sasol ready to explore LETTER: Sasol ready to exploreDate: 21/10/2014

THE article, "Fillip in search for offshore oil and gas" (October 16), refers. It claims that Sasol has "shelved spending plans"..

ON THE WATER: The favours Steve and Julius do us ON THE WATER: The favours Steve and Julius do usDate: 26/08/2014

IN TIME, the annals will reflect that in 2014 professional Afrikaans-language performer and amateur agitator Steve Hofmeyr...

For best results in SA’s rugby we should let the experts do their job For best results in SA’s rugby we should let the experts do their jobDate: 04/04/2014

FRIDAY’S annual general meeting of the South African Rugby Union (Saru) was a surreal experience for a journalist...