Reader absolutely outraged about fireworks
(Very funny but censored!) Think twice before calling your puppy F****r!
Andries Visagie, branch secretary of AfriForum in Vanderbijlpark, writes an open letter to Emfuleni Local Municipality:
Disgusting and disgraceful! This was all I could say after learning this week that there is a young pastor who claims to heal people with Doom. Of all things, Doom? These young fashion pastors seem to be taking advantage of some of our more gullible citizens.
There is an old idiom: “If Muhammad can’t go to the mountain then the mountain must come to Muhammad!”
Initiation schools are as old as Africa itself and for many this has always been a way of life, a ritual that must be completed, however it has lately been turned into a chance for ‘boys’ to turn into thugs and this must not be allowed at all. The scene that took place in Bophelong over the weekend is proof of this.
22 years after the first democratic elections, it is a disgrace that the people of Evaton are still subjected to using pit toilets. The use of these ‘toilet tsa mokoti’ presents a danger to residents, in particular children.
Lee Bromfield, CEO of FNB Life says whether it’s a funeral plan or life cover, you need to review your policies at least twice a year. This, he says, is because people’s lives and circumstances change very often for a number of reasons.
Out of the small Cape village of Kommetjie comes one of South Africa’s brightest musicians, Jeremy Loops, who with his indie-folk tunes, has been making the nation and the world take notice for the past few years. Loops’s music has a fantastic edge with the harmonica and banjo-influenced tunes making everyone dance to the rhythm…
I’ve always wondered, if I had superpowers to change the world, what I would change.
What’s holding you back? We probably all spend time thinking about the things we want in life, but how often do you consider why you have yet to achieve what you want?