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Why “privilege” has become a bad word

Yesterday Mmusi Maimane tweeted about the degree of “privilege” that he enjoys. Advertisements

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Zille demonstrates why the DA is probably happy to see her retire

Helen Zille has just cemented her reputation for diplomacy on Twitter.

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Eskom – losses escalating but still open to supplying Zimbabwe

According to EWN Eskom has stated that it is still willing to aid Zimbabwe with its power crisis – because Zimbabwe is already a customer.

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What the ANC’s win means

EWN reports that Cyril Ramaphosa has said, “We have a clear mandate and we can say we’re going to do what our people want us to do.”

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Has the DA hit a wall in support?

According to EWN the DA’s support in this last election shrank to just over 20%, from the 22.23% it achieved in 2014.

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NKC predicts economy shrunk in first quarter

According to News24 NKC African Economics believes South Africa’s economy shrank in the first quarter of 2019.

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Research on coloured women retracted following online petition

According to EWN a study published in the journal Aging, Neuropsychology, and Cognition has been retracted following an online petition. What the researchers found was that a lack of educational opportunities along with bad lifestyles, led to poor cognition amongst women who came from mixed racial backgrounds. According to The Citizen the ANC in the Western Cape […]

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Recipe: Orange glazed sliders

It has been a while since I’ve done a recipe – and with autumn here, oranges finally being in season, I figured why not do sliders?

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Ramaphosa thinking about Dalindyebo pardon

According to EWN President Cyril Ramaphosa is “applying his mind” to the issue of pardoning abaThembu King Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo.

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Violence makes men trust good people less

New research published in Nature Communications has found that exposure to violence reduces men’s trust in good people.

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