THE new breed of heroes are little more than media-created, politically correct celebs, writes Graham Spence in this week’s London Letter.
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.
Every child has the right to quality education and to attend a school that has the necessary infrastructure and amenities.
Our protectors often do a thankless job saving lives and preventing calamity, but what about the negative effects they endure? asks ZO reporter Kyle Cowan
Reg Anthony, or Mrs A as her staff call her, is a living legend
My generation’s biggest contribution to the world was the creation of the TV celebrity chef
The public transport industry in Zululand – and elsewhere in the country – is not the only party responsible for the ongoing killing and maiming of innocent commuters. Politicians, traffic and road authorities also stand accused, writes CARL DE VILLIERS
The serious consequences of a punch on the nose
The decision on the amount of funding to be allocated to various ‘deserving causes’ seems arbitrary, writes Zululand Observer Editor DAVE SAVIDES
I don’t think that since the fall of Rome have the elites been so disabused of the belief in their inalienable right to rule
Is there any real excuse for a mother who chooses the rubbish bin to get rid of her ‘problem’?