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Captain America and Hawkeye call Black Widow a slut

Laura Shortridge 18 comments | 2560 views

Reminder to women: Only men are allowed to have more than one sexual partner in their lifetimes, or even flirt with more than one person.


The scale of desire is more complicated than you think

Dorothy Black 10 comments | 4443 views

Dorothy Black spoke to gender activist and psychosexual educator Delene van Dyk about love, sex and the evolution of our sexual orientation.


Inside Parliament: The reek of a political rat infects SARS

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There is the strong reek of a political rat infecting the workings of SARS, writes Donwald Pressly.


I'm a self-absorbed zombie and so are you

Lili Radloff 2 comments | 1454 views

Your precious phone is turning you into an idiot, reckons Lili Radloff.


Social Injustices should be curbed

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I am writing this article at the backdrop of calamities that have been taking places around the globe and the South African xenophobia is one such an example

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Amakhosi's 'D' deserves plaudits

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The recipe for constructing a winning team is to build from the back, something Kaizer Chiefs got right this season, says Mark Gleeson.


The bright side of The Blackout

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


Stats XV adds life to numbers

Tank Lanning 5 comments | 1881 views

The Vodacom Stats XV has a few tongues wagging this week, so Tank Lanning talks us through the numbers.


Let's leave the past and focus on today's failures

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I was away only a few weeks, and certainly there were plenty of problems ailing South Africa when I left, but the deterioration in my short absence has been startling, writes Allister Sparks.


Roland Schoeman on how to improve swimming in SA

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SA swimming superstar Roland Schoeman details what needs to be urgently done to improve swimming in the country.


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Only patriotism can preserve our freedom

Nhlanhla Mosele

As we approach this year's Freedom Day, we should celebrate those who dedicated and sacrificed themselves for a free South Africa, says Nhlanhla Mosele.


Deploying the army is a mistake

Lukhona Mnguni

By deploying the army to areas where xenophobic attacks took place, we create an image of civilians as being an enemy of the state, says Lukhona Mnguni.

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How women are improving farming in Uganda

Wandiswa Ntengento

Female farmers in Northern Uganda have turned to Information Communication Technology tools to improve production and increase profit, writes Wandiswa Ntengento.


The fundamentals of the fear of the foreigner

Elizabeth Makumbi

Elizabeth Makumbi looks at the reasons that has led people to believe that all persons of colour from outside SA are here illegally and exacerbating their problems.


Hire foreign staff legally or be prosecuted

Jesse Green

Jesse Green takes a look at the variety of work visas created to accommodate South African businesses looking to hire foreign workers.


Can we be BFFs for life?

Cath Jenkin 938 views

Cath Jenkin tests whether friendships can survive the winds of change from our 20s to 30s.


Seriously dude, not every woman you see is interested in you

Louise Ferreira 48 comments | 10272 views

After being repeatedly harassed at a bar, Louise Ferreira says men need to learn to back off when a woman is clearly not interested.


The economy, stupid

Marius Strydom

South Africans are lashing out at foreigners, government, each other and statues when in the end, the main problem is the economy, writes Marius Strydom.


I’m so sick of logging onto Facebook and seeing gore

Laura Shortridge 34 comments | 2803 views

Laura Shortridge tells us why she is sick of people posting disturbing images on Facebook.

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