JUST when you thought the party dust from the festive season had settled, the year opened with the African National Congress (ANC) celebrating 103 years of existence.
AFTER my two weeks sojourn in Bulawayo it was time to cross borders once again and return to South Africa.
AS I write this column I can safely say we are a few days before the New Year. We are like those restless passengers in the departure lounge of an airport waiting to board that flight destined for 2015.
IT’S Christmas once again, the celebratory occasion where we commemorate the birth of Jesus Christ.
ABOUT two weeks ago, I promised to talk to this topic, unfortunately, there were issues that needed immediate attention and I had to address the same.
IT’S that time of the year when Santa Claus rears his red head accompanied by jingle bells and Christmas Carols.
I was listening to a programme on radio where a DJ intimated that he had a 26-year-old Tswana woman who spoke no African language.
THE Labour ministry in South Africa recently published newly-gazetted minimum wages for domestic workers.
EXACTLY a month ago Botswana went to the polls for the 2014 general elections.
AN innocent bystander would not be blamed for thinking that the South African National Assembly is a noisy classroom.