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Mar 31st, 2015 Uncategorized 2 min read

Yesterday, I blogged about how Miss SA (and pageants in general) attract our attention to causes we might otherwise never have heard of. Today I’d like to see if I can do the same thing. But as much as I can tell you about a cause, or you can see it on the cover of a newspaper, or like a “Save Our Rhino” Facebook page or…

In defense of Miss SA: How is she different from, say, a Springbok or a Protea?

Mar 30th, 2015 Uncategorized 5 min read

Watching the Miss SA pageant last night was almost as much fun with my sister’s running commentary, as it was on Twitter. And there’s such a feel-good story in the triumph of Liesl Laurie, last night’s winner. Coming from a female-headed household, raised and inspired by her gran and her mom (who overcame drug addiction) and owning, overcoming and utilising the challenges a less-than-glamourous start to life posed. The darling…

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My new WEBSITE and a new LANGUAGE. Sawubona, brave new (Zulu speaking) world!

Mar 18th, 2015 Uncategorized 3 min read

Welcome to my super sexy revamped new blog! Thank you Duan, for making it happen. Sho, what a wild ride the last month has been. LOTS of change. #TopStories in, Dagbreek out. One thing hasn’t changed, I STILL strongly believe in building bridges, way more than walls. Seems like a no-brainer, ne? But I know I’m very prone to shutting myself off from opportunities to connect with…

I Will… LEARN TO SPEAK ZULU. #MakeItHappen

Feb 12th, 2015 Uncategorized 3 min read

What was the one lasting lesson I learnt on our recent ski trip? Just how exhilarating, rewarding and important it is to keep learning. It’s hard. At school and in any tertiary learning experience, every year presents new lessons, growth and change. It keeps you humble, and it gets you learning-fit. But then you leave that rhythm behind and the risk of falling into all kinds of comfort zones is EVERYWHERE….