“Philile is this not your cousin?’ Karabo shouted loudly across the newsroom. “Who?” Philie asked suddenly feeling uneasy. She rose … Continue reading THE STAR: FRAGMENTS OF A TRUE STORY
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
“You can only become truly accomplished at something you love. Don’t make money your goal. Instead pursue the things you … Continue reading THE GLOW OF BLACK WOMEN
14 October 2013. This morning I tuned in to SAfm’s morning news and current affairs radio talk show program and listened … Continue reading RED ALERT: I HAVE A DREAM.
By Jedi Ramalapa October 2013. On the 31st of August during a fundraising event for the Soweto Kliptown Youth (SKY) … Continue reading Charlie and the Sky Factory
I read with interest today, an open letter directed to one radio talk-show co-host on Metro FM’s morning Breakfast Show … Continue reading BLIND SIDED BY JOZI’S MINISTER OF SOUND
An Exploring Nudity, Art and the Black (female) Body What makes nudity art? Perhaps this is an elementary question but … Continue reading When Does Nudity Become Art ?
10 April 2013. I was 12 and I had just woken up from a bad dream, it was a Saturday … Continue reading THE HANI MOMENT
I was truly hoping that it would not come to this but sheer frustration and a lack of any other … Continue reading SUB-STANDARD CUSTOMER SERVICE WITH STANDARD BANK – SOUTH AFRICA