The measure of wealth

In the Zulu tradition wealth is measured by the number of cows one has
Regina Anthony (Medium)

The power of hope in action

‘If we always shine the spotlight on professional athletes, recording artists or Hollywood celebrities, why would youth ever see higher education as a priority?’
Youngsters are encouraged to consider starting their own business ventures

SA needs entrepreneurial change makers

Academic achievement accounts for only 15% of the skills needed in adult life. Creating an education system that builds independence and responsiveness in children should be a national priority, says VIVIENNE SCHULZ, who has been empowering disadvantaged communities in entrepreneurship since 1999

LONDON LETTER: Passing of the real heroes

THE new breed of heroes are little more than media-created, politically correct celebs, writes Graham Spence in this week’s London Letter.

New challenges for matric stars

All those who passed are to be congratulated – not only those who earned a bagful of distinctions.

ISSUES AT STAKE: Celebrity mourning a symbol of our age

An unusually high number of headline makers passed away during 2016. While there was obvious grief for their families and close friends, for most it was little more than more fodder to the entertainment continuum. DAVE SAVIDES gives his opinion.