Acknowledgement; (noun) Acceptance of the truth or existence of something. I enjoy reading acknowledgement sections in almost every book I pick. … Continue reading Acknowledgements
I’ve learned that it takes years to build up trust, and only seconds to destroy it. I’ve decided to … Continue reading Trust: This Land Is Not Ours, Yet
I hung my head in shame when I heard the news of the passing of South African author, journalist and … Continue reading MIRIAM TLALI: OUT OF PRINT?
My first impulse when I saw an image of a Pastor using Doom (an insecticide) to cure his congregants … Continue reading Doomed if you Do. Doomed if you Don’t.
Today I want to talk about a subject close to my heart: Food and why millions of well-fed people are … Continue reading INTERVIEW:WHAT’S WRONG WITH BREAD?
It took a small and seemingly innocuous incident with a roving photographer to bring Noam Chomsky and Edward S Herman’s: … Continue reading TRUE LIES: MANUFACTURING CONSENT
I have been a long distance admirer of Dr Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, the current chairperson of the African Union (AU) … Continue reading THE SILENCE OF NKOSAZANA DLAMINI ZUMA: IS SHE OUR HILLARY CLINTON?
If food is the way to a man’s heart, 33-year-old *Thembi Nkosi seemed to have the exact Global Positioning System … Continue reading LOVE ACROSS THE BORDER: CAN YOU AFFORD TO FALL IN LOVE?
I have been thinking about my chosen profession recently. In fact for the past 14 years. Each day I have … Continue reading ON THE CLOCK: THE FUTURE OF (SELFIE) JOURNALISM
This weeks’ post is in honour of the late Professor Ali Mazrui. In another time I would have been ashamed … Continue reading PROF ALI MAZRUI: A MEASURE OF GREATNESS