As South Africans, we like to arbitrarily and endlessly (re)define our national identity to the drumbeat of ‘Apartheid’.
Foreign nationals are being bludgeoned and slaughtered in our “Rainbow Nation”, seeing the horrific images that were being shared on social media, I couldn’t help but chisel my teeth.
If there’s one thing that I have realised about heartbreak is that one tends to blame and torture themselves with thoughts of regret, wishing they could have tried harder to make it work.
As a former WWE fan, I felt like I was watching Wrestlemania or the Royal Rumble, all that was missing was a ring, referee, spandex suits and cool fireworks with theme songs before the big showdown.
‘…how ready are we as a nation to work together towards the creation of a united, non-racial, non-sexist, democratic and prosperous South Africa?’
The rise of social media has become more of a curse than a blessing and it has been used to berate, belittle and trample on others.
Ouers se hande is afgekap terwyl hulle kinders by die skool is. ‘Net ‘n ma’ van Tzaneen skryf ‘n ope brief aan al die skole:
How do we as a community uphold our Constitutional rights to freedom when facing religious or political threats?
‘Thank you Dr Haber, Dr duToit, and Dr van Rensburg from Tzaneen who were part of helping me get through this journey…’
The previous principal of Little Eden, Ingrid Trusler, wrote a letter about her time at the nursery school:
The owner of Riverside Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, Bob Venter, would like to thank the police: