Is it the tragedy of starving millions in the developing world? The fact that the Middle East is a tinder box where the biggest export is not oil but angry young men?
WISEMAN MTHIYANE writes that no business in South Africa can be reserved for certain racial groups
Rules for the safe-keeping of the weapon when not being carried on one’s person must be adhered to
Though we may be separated by distance, language, culture and a host of other differences, we are united through our common humanity
‘Have I told you Jonty Rhodes is my cousin?’
For all its quick communication advantages, social media continues to be a menace causing harm to people, writes CARL DE VILLIERS
I mean, what have current experts got right?
Poor people’s shoes, because the rich stopped having shoes fixed, well, when they became rich
We are already well into the new year and with the holidays over and school doors open, the busy roads tell us we are ‘back to normal’ as far as life in general is concerned
Knowledge is what you have left over when you’ve forgotten the facts. And teachers are all you remember when you’ve forgotten the school lessons, writes Editor DAVE SAVIDES
This bucked the gruesome trends of the past decades, when our festive season headlines were dominated by photos and stories of heart-breaking accident scenes