“I just wish our meals weren’t fast, the paperwork wasn’t all over the table and she wasn’t always on her phone,” mumbled Sarah under her breath to her little sister. I know this is often the cry of my family, and even my own, as I fire off another urgent Whatsapp message. It
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The children’s film, Aladdin, released at cinemas in South Africa recently. It is based on the story Aladdin and the Magic Lamp and explores the themes of power and desire. The clever, satisfying ending makes the moral of the story clear for viewers: Your motives are powerful; be careful of them because, unchecked, they can lead to your
This is the first post of two blogs, based on a talk given by Puseletso Kobedi at the REACH SA National Women in Ministry Conference in June 2018. I think it’s only fair that if I’m going to speak about race, I should speak from what I know, from my experience. I am
Take this test (1 point for a yes answer, 0 for a no): Have you ever been told or asked one of the following: “Don’t worry, your day will come!” “I’m sure you will be next!” “You better hurry up and get hitched so you can have a little one – you would make
Every woman has a map slipped into her handbag; it's crumpled at the bottom somewhere in the heap of random paraphernalia. We all have one. A map for our life, where we have earmarked our destination and plotted our stop points. Each of our maps may look unique, but generally they all have one end
The Easter weekend starts this Friday, and my children are getting excited. Alas, it’s all about the stash that the bunny is going to bring, and while they can trot out that “Jesus is risen” is the reason why we celebrate Easter, I’m praying that there’s still opportunity to instill some greater understanding
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Check your diary. Yes, it’s April the 1st. This is no April fools'. We are already a quarter through the year, and Easter is usually our marker in more ways than one. I find it’s the one holiday I am least prepared for, but often the one I maybe avoid? Round the corner