ARTICLES RELATING TO MANDI SMALLHORNE

The hottest jobs are not the most desirable ones

2017-03-27 05:02

With many workers doing manual labour during the worst daytime heat, employers must factor safeguards against climate change into working conditions, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Funerals highlight issue of private grief vs public safety

2017-03-13 05:02

Funeral processions are a lovely idea that pays respect to the deceased, but should they be allowed to bring traffic to a complete standstill, asks Mandi Smallhorne.

Medical scheme misery

2017-02-27 05:00

Mandi Smallhorne says her faith in the National Health Insurance is fading, because implementation in SA’s current toxic environment is unlikely to achieve its goals.

Invasion of the armyworm mealie snatchers

2017-02-13 05:01

Air, water and soil should be front and centre in all government departments rather than little Orphan Annies at the back of the budget queue, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Urban sprawl and monkey business

2017-01-30 05:01

It is up to us to lobby for attention and funding for the wildlife who, through no fault of their own, fall foul of human development, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Traffic cops must earn drivers' respect

2017-01-16 05:01

SA needs visible enforcement of speed violations against laws already in place throughout the year to reduce our ghastly road death toll, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Tell me lies, tell me sweet little lies

2017-01-03 07:47

Perhaps all of us could make this a New Year’s resolution: to ensure that the stories we tell ourselves are evidence-based, writes Mandi Smallhorne.

Criminally stupid police procedures

2016-12-19 05:01

Those in charge owe it to the decent people in the police force as much as to the rest of us to make things right, says Mandi Smallhorne.

SA vs Cuba: Compare and contrast

2016-12-05 14:56

Cuba’s successes are surely worth a long, hard look, with the aim of emulating them if possible, writes Mandi Smallhorne.

Metrorail's poor service scuppers jobs

2016-11-21 05:00

The money wasted on Prasa's unsuitable trains could have been used to beef up service to vulnerable people who need to keep their jobs, says Mandi Smallhorne.

 

How I experienced the kindness of strangers

2017-03-20 05:02

Yes, we know house robberies and murders are on the up, but the good news stories really do happen too. Mandi Smallhorne tells hers.

The danger of outdated definitions

2017-03-06 05:00

Would you be happy for some ancient definition of your profession to be used as the basis for a legal decision, asks Mandi Smallhorne.

Zuma statue: Let's get the facts right

2017-02-17 15:19

False news makes a difference to what people think - it shifts policymakers’ positions and executives’ votes, and lives on in cyberspace forever, says Mandi Smallhorne.

The Fourth Estate revived

2017-02-06 09:20

Trump and his like are doing us a favour by requiring that journalism become a calling again, says Mandi Smallhorne.

How to deal with defaulting councillors

2017-01-23 05:01

Document incidents and take them to national media to expose them. Don’t wait four years; let's take back our municipalities now, urges Mandi Smallhorne.

People-powered politics

2017-01-09 05:01

We seem to have reinvented the ways we govern ourselves so that everyday people can play a role in creating policy and oversight of those in power, says Mandi Smallhorne.

All I want for Christmas…

2016-12-23 07:37

Could we end hunger in our own cities? That’s all I want for Christmas, every Christmas, New Year and all the days in between, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Values in a Trumpery, post-truth world

2016-12-12 05:01

Truth matters because without it, we are not equipped to make hard decisions for the wellbeing of our older selves and our children, says Mandi Smallhorne.

Give the poor R200 a month each

2016-11-28 05:00

A basic monthly grant of R200 to every South African, taxed back from the middle class and rich, can put money into the hands of jobless people, says Mandi Smallhorne.

A crying need for water-sensitive urban design

2016-11-14 05:00

Instead of rejoicing in the rain, we should be doing what we can to learn how to prevent floods and harness every precious drop of water, says Mandi Smallhorne.

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