A MILLION WAYS TO LIVE: WRITE HARD, DIE FREE

This weeks’ blog post features a story by journalist, editor and writer Clinton Nagoor. My former colleague, editor and boss. We’ve worked together for the greatest part of my career as journalist. He never seized to challenge me to come up with more creative ways to tell a compelling story, to write well and to write stories…

THE FIXER: DAY-UNKNOWN

“It’s always impossible until its done” Nelson Mandela A DAY OF PRAYER AND REFLECTION. ON SUNDAY – I was at the most famous church in Soweto, Regina Mundi where activists organized, held meetings prayed and were attacked by apartheid police during the 1970s, 80s and 90s The Church has to be rebuilt after it was…

JOURNALISM: MA RAISON D’ETRE

  Any journalist would know the basic core questions which must be answered in any news story: Who said (did) What, When, Where, How and Why, the Five Ws and an H. The Why question is what has been my main preoccupation throughout my life (even before I studied and became a journalist). My mother…