Freedom Day: The Birth of South Africa’s Liberation

A TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE… Freedom day celebrates a milestone in South Africa’s history. It came about after political leader Nelson Mandela—together with the people of South Africa, who were fighting for liberation from the chains of the Apartheid era—won the fight against the discriminatory ruling minority and ushered in a new era. The blood, sweat, and tears of those freedom fighters claimed 27

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On This Dialogue Thing

Talking through tough topics that concern our country’s well being is challenging. It’s encouraging that more and more South Africans are finding their voice and sharing, but when we come to the Table of Knowledge, opinions alone are not enough to help move us all forward—we also need to champion the rules and art of dialogue to avoid conversations, discussions and debates regressing to,

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One Race, The Human Race

I love watching sci-fi movies, especially when there are Alien’s involved; wiggly, and slimy with high-tech humongous mother ships. Love it. There are two common themes in most Alien invasion movies; they either want to colonise our planet and use our resources (sometimes we are the resource. Yikes.) Or want to destroy us because we are seen as a violent race across the universe.

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Children’s rights

Human rights day is a national day that is commemorated annually on the 21st of March to remind South Africans about the sacrifices that accompanied the struggle for the attainment of democracy. As well to remind everyone that we all share the same rights, no matter our creed, race, or economic status.  This day has brought into focus the rights of children; were we have to

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