Tamlyn Jolly looks at the issue of human interaction with wild animals
‘Fights in school corridors are by no means a new occurrence, for it has played out across all demographics in urban and rural schools since the beginning of time’ writes Ronelle Ramsamy
To all at Chubb a sincere thank you!
‘It’s easy to see why such a campaign was deemed necessary: hardly a day goes by without some or other racist incident or claim making the headlines’ writes Dave Savides
ZO journalist Wellington Makwakwa shares his experiences of riding in a taxi every day
Journalists who rush to accident scenes are not immune to the emotions of the moment, and at times they become extremely angry, writes ZO Editor DAVE SAVIDES
All too often, this newspaper reports on people falling for some or other false promise. Invariably, after the story is told, it seems so obvious there should have been ample cause for caution before falling headlong into the trap. Victims realise, too late, how they were swindled. We do our best to issue warnings by…
CONSERVATIONSTS and the general public across the entire world were appalled at the news last week of the savage attack at the rhino orphanage sanctuary at Thula Thula, near Heatonville. Appeals for the tightening up of security measures were responded to immediately, and rightly so. This is a special place on the planet, a haven…
Executive Director of the Association of South African Quantity Surveyors LARRY FEINBERG, says corruption on government projects can be prevented through the use of quantity surveyors
FACEBOOK is a wonderful multimedia tool enabling us, among others, to keep in touch with friends and family and as a marketing mechanism. What bugs me is when people use it as a means to slate others, and then of course ‘friends’ all get on the bandwagon, even when the information is incorrect. Bad news…
The article in the ZO Weekender edition (24 February) referring to election tender kickback accusations at uMlalazi is shocking and warrants immediate intervention from the Department of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs.