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Meaningful Spirituality

Over the last few months a few curious religious incidents have made news headlines. Consider the following:   – An extraordinary genocide of Christians and other religious minorities occurred in Mossul Iraq and in Syria by ISIS – Islamic Extremists (so extreme that they were excommunicated by Al-Qaeda – a known terrorist organisation.) For them such things were spiritual acts. ... Read More »

Tenderpreneurship!

Enjoying some well-deserved downtime the other day I treated myself to a little couch surfing and channel hopping. It’s hard to believe how tough it is finding something worth watching now days. Surprisingly I ended up on a local derivative of a show I had seen on one of the BBC channels, called Dragons Den. In brief, what happens is ... Read More »

Open letter to a racist …

Dear Ntsiki Mazwai I am not ashamed of my pale skin. I was born and raised in Africa. I am an African. The biggest difference between me and you is that I do not judge people by the colour of their skin, where you are a RACIST! You are a racist of the worst kind. You write racist propaganda and ... Read More »

Cirque Eloize – ID

Putting a poor start to my evening and a mediocre restaurant experience behind me, I promised myself that I would give the show a fair chance and try my best not to let my bad mood skew my review. Lucky for me I didn’t have to try too hard. I was transfixed from the first moment the lights went down ... Read More »

R 55 000.00 per month is not enough

Okay, I’m not a big fan of Soaps and if I accidentally walk in on someone watching a show once a year, it seems fairly easy to pick up the storyline and catch up from where I last saw it in a single episode. However I try to remain objective and give a fair commentary encompassing both sides of the ... Read More »

City of Cape Town Reduced Revenue

As seems to be the case more frequently in South Africa at the moment, I honestly do not know if I should laugh or cry. Put aside the usual stories of neglected power stations and the poorly maintained grid. Forget for a moment the escalating electricity rates and how the country would rather export electricity, at a loss, than support ... Read More »