WHILE visiting Kwazulu-Natal I had the chance to visit the Albert Luthuli Museum in Groutville.
LAST week I had the profound pleasure of attending and being part of the Time of the Writer Literary Festival 2015 in South Africa.
THIS week I eavesdropped on a conversation on Twitter about marriage.
LAST Friday after a gruelling spinning class our instructor apologised for the choice of music.
ALARM bells went ringing when President Jacob Zuma announced in his state of the nation address that the country would impose restrictions on foreign ownership of South African land.
SO a black pupil in a school in Jan Kempdorp in the Northern Cape, SA, was sodomised by a group of six white pupils ranging in ages from 14 to 16. The incident took place on Sunday at the school hostels.
I think we have all come to accept, albeit grudgingly that death lives among us.
LAST Saturday South Africa woke up to the Twitter tirade of Zelda La Grange. It might be presumptuous to say there is not one who did not “know” Zelda.
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.