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No respect for the word auntie

Perhaps we should relook at the way we use the terms "uncle" and "auntie" and ask whether we should add “comedy auntie” to the other derogatory stereotypes, such as “temple auntie”, “market auntie” and “samoosa auntie”.

19 March 2018 | The Post

Land issue needs cool heads to avert chaos

South Africa faces what could become a highly divisive, confrontational problem as the EFF fuels the fire that has been lit by President Cyril Ramaphosa - that of expropriation of land without compensation.

16 March 2018 | The Post

Love without limits

There was a time when it was anathema within the Indian community for a so-called high caste Hindu to marry a so-called low caste person.

15 March 2018 | The Post

Playing the game of politics

I often thought that if some of these people expended the same amount of energy in discussing politics and social issues, the country would be a better place.

9 March 2018 | The Post
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