David Moseley

In Cape Town, we don’t see colour

2015-12-07 07:00

Enough talk of colour when it comes to the Mother City, says David Moseley, we’re colour-blind down here.

Wheels of Fortune

2015-11-20 13:27 680 views

Only a wild drive on a South African road can make you appreciate the joys of life, says David Moseley.

Darling, leave a light off for me

2015-10-29 07:00 1934 views

The humble light switch can be turned on and off, says David Moseley. Except, it would appear, in his home.

When times are tights

2015-10-09 12:00 2555 views

It’s hard to enjoy life on the run when you’re feeling - or seeing - the squeeze, says David Moseley.

North by North west coast

2015-09-16 09:46 1260 views

David Moseley is trekking through the Northern Cape, looking for Springbok and searching for spring flowers.

When loathe and plate collide

2015-08-14 13:08 3 comments | 1281 views

Modern restaurants go out of their way to make each meal an experience, says David Moseley, but a simple dinner would be nice too.

South Africa at war with itself

2015-07-16 11:17 26 comments | 3960 views

South Africa is a country that could have it all, says David Moseley, but right now all its having is a crippling crime crisis.

Forget about the sports minister

2015-06-24 14:19 13 comments | 1981 views

This year MTN-Qhubeka will be the first team from Africa to compete at the Tour de France. Gents, you don’t need the cheers from the top says David Moseley.

Danny Jordaan aims to keep PE onside

2015-05-19 12:43 13 comments | 2151 views

The appointment of Safa president Danny Jordaan as mayor of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro has set tongues wagging in the sporting world, discovers David Moseley.

The bright side of The Blackout

2015-04-23 07:11 13 comments | 4127 views

When the lights eventually do go out for good, it won’t all be doom and gloom, says David Moseley.

The unbearable irrelevance of Rhodes falling

2015-04-02 15:31 19 comments | 2433 views

The debate around the Rhodes statue created some heated debate, almost all of it inconsequential in the quest to make South Africa a better place, says David Moseley.

Don’t race towards the end

2015-02-27 15:00 6 comments | 1466 views

If you can slow your life down, says David Moseley, you’ll have more time to enjoy the things that matter.

If the poo fits

2015-02-03 10:30 6 comments | 3344 views

The real scourge of the suburbs isn’t crime, overpriced avocadoes or untrimmed hedges, says David Moseley. It’s something way more rancid…

A close shave

2014-12-15 12:38 5 comments | 2055 views

The thrill of an open blade against the neck is something everything man should experience once, says David Moseley.

Don’t give gifts that can be abandoned

2014-11-27 08:21 3 comments | 1201 views

With Christmas just around the corner, think twice about the gifts that you’re giving says David Moseley.

 
David is a Rhodes graduate (BA Cstl Drght) who rejected a life of news reporting by absconding to the comfort of SI where he was Features Editor. He later moved to Men's Health in the guise of Features Writer where no rapid was too large to ride or building too tall to leap (off), moving from that cushy job to rather face the abusive rants of News24's users. David likes: polar bears, reading and writing, polar bears that can read and write. David dislikes: hadedas. My goodness, the noise.

Why Cape Town must vote ANC

2015-09-01 09:33 69 comments | 24906 views

It’s time that the Mother City opens its arms and hearts to the ruling party, says David Moseley.

Nothing appeeling in the ‘burbs

2015-08-06 14:00 15 comments | 3081 views

David Moseley wants a potato peeler. That’s all he wants. Just something to peel his potatoes.

Waiting for Dog go

2015-07-01 08:05 13 comments | 2252 views

Let's go to bed, says David Moseley. We can't. Why not? We're waiting for the dog to go.

It was the best of times, it was the best of times

2015-06-12 14:04 2 comments | 1437 views

Five years ago the Soccer World Cup kicked off in South Africa, says David Moseley. It was a time of good will, promise and hope. What now?

Life in a time of no statues

2015-05-08 17:00 4 comments | 932 views

Social media moves pretty fast. If you don't stop and read your old tweets once in a while, you could forget what you were so angry about says David Moseley.

In a flap over Rhodes

2015-04-10 14:19 14 comments | 4032 views

The whole of South Africa has been affected by the Rhodes debate, says David Moseley, particularly those with a bird’s eye-view of UCT.

You’re never too old

2015-03-13 09:04 6 comments | 2598 views

David Moseley thought he was done making friends, until he started cycling.

Is your president a Bond villain?

2015-02-17 09:08 8 comments | 3920 views

Jacob Zuma’s day job is to run South Africa (preferably not into the ground), but could something more sinister be in the works, wonders David Moseley.

No country for old racists

2015-01-19 08:32 79 comments | 4810 views

The time for sitting idly by, while old, backwards-thinking South Africans have their say, is over, says David Moseley.

Do you need a hand?

2014-12-04 13:45 2 comments | 1245 views

If everyone stopped for one second to offer a helping hand, South Africa could be a wonderful place, says David Moseley.

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