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IT’S WIFE V MISTRESS

IT’S WIFE V MISTRESS

THE football fraternity in South Africa last week bid farewell to Orlando Pirates icon, Senzo Meyiwa. He died in what can only be described as a tragic incident.

Changing face of democracy

Changing face of democracy

THE last week of October was pretty morbid with the death of an African statesman President Michael Sata. He was affectionately known as “King Cobra” because he had an acidic mouth famous for spewing vitriol.

Entrenching entrepreneurship

Entrenching entrepreneurship

I WANT to share with you an interesting quote I heard on a business programme on radio.

SENTENCING OSCAR

SENTENCING OSCAR

THIS last week we were dragged back to the North Pretoria High Court to hear sentencing arguments in the infamous Oscar Pistorius trial.

PRICING VIRGINITY

PRICING VIRGINITY

IN LIFE there are few things that are rewarded for inexperience. Virginity is one of those things.

Higher institutions of racism

Higher institutions of racism

TWO students at Stellenbosch University in south africa decided to jump onto the “blackface” scandal by painting themselves black.

Eradicating Ebola

Eradicating Ebola

Not since HIV reared its ugly head have we seen a virus of such deadly proportions.

TB Joshua fails to foresee disaster

TB Joshua fails to foresee disaster

IN THE words of the good disciple Mark: “He said to them, go into the world and preach the gospel. . .”

Bittersweet judgment

Bittersweet judgment

SEPTEMBER 11 was the anniversary of the infamous Al-Qaeda attacks on the Twin Towers of the World Trade Centre in New York.

What a coup d’etat!

What a coup d’etat!

ON Sunday morning last week we woke up to the news that the army in Lesotho had staged a coup d’etat which ended in the Kingdom’s Prime Minister Tom Thabane fleeing to safety next door in South Africa.

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