Be Yourself

Be Yourself

Remember our post about our masked leader’s call to action on Youth Day (“Young people must rise to the challenge of leading our recovery after the coronavirus” – Cyril Ramaphosa), and how great it is that South Africa already has…

 How United is the States?

How United is the States?

Given that we’ve only been at it for 25 years, it’s perhaps not surprising that we live in a country that’s still grappling to find ways of leveling the playing fields and creating a more inclusive, equal society for all…

 And now for some good news!

And now for some good news!

Following our masked leader’s call to action on Youth Day (“Young people must rise to the challenge of leading our recovery after the coronavirus” – Cyril Ramaphosa), it’s worth pointing out one of the biggest advantages our young democracy has…

 Is our Motor Industry Coughing?

Is our Motor Industry Coughing?

Very few business sectors will be immune to COVID-19, but some, like the auto industry, seem more likely than others to be in need of a ventilator In a world of uncertainty, one thing’s for sure: people with ‘co-morbidity’ issues…

 Blame it on the Mountain!

Blame it on the Mountain!

Spare a thought this week for Capetonians who woke up this morning with the shattering news that part of the beloved mountain they talk about all the time would be closed off again, just days after being re-opened. Apparently, with…

 A Red Card for SA Soccer

A Red Card for SA Soccer

Yesterday’s news that Absa is pulling out of Premier League Soccer after 13 years is hardly surprising given our current situation: ‘Africanacity’, sadly, is no match for economic reality! But in terms of tugging at the heartstrings of consumers, let’s…