Showers late. Morning clouds. Mild.
‘Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori,” wrote the Roman poet Horace. Over a millenium later, poet Wilfred Owen changed the meaning forever, says Muzi Kuzwayo.
She has the complexion of the people in the tropics, dark and inexpressibly beautiful, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
The revolution that will change the status quo will be ignited by women, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
Never give up, only smokers should. Let me make a public confession – I have always been a number one fan when it comes to schools sports.
While Africans do not own the technologies they need for their own development, they will forever be glorified hewers of wood and drawers of water, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
As South Africans, we need to start thinking about post-struggle leadership for the young men and women who didn’t experience the horrors of apartheid, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
Every generation thinks that the youth that follows is lost, says Muzi Kuzwayo.
"Dust to dust,” read a bumper sticker on a battered blue car, “God recycles, and so should you,” writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
Pity those who are so fixated with the politics and business of the day that they have stopped appreciating the chirping of birds.
They say the boys of Swaziland shit guava trees. Everywhere you walk in this Switzerland of Africa, you see guava trees decorating the landscape with their fruit.
Think about this: sports fans want to see their heroine win. They don’t care about how she trains, but the heroine cannot win if she doesn’t train. The same is true in your work.
The false prophets who sell superstition and dicey hopes for a profit are another oppressive force, write Muzi Kuzwayo.
Cristiano Ronaldo proved it and so did Lionel Messi – two players who Sir Alex Ferguson referred to as world-class players.
It’s almost the middle of the year, so it is a good time to revisit the New Year’s resolutions that you made six months ago.
What do you read into a situation where the secretary-general of a party tells the people to march against a VAT hike introduced by his own party, asks Muzi Kuzayo.
All nights bring darkness, but not all nights are the same, and the inability to discern between the two has led many to be caught up on the blind side of hope.
Shame on you. You’ve been demeaned and you take that as the truth. You happily accept being called black – the colour of death. Or, even worse, you accept being called “people of colour”, as if you were coloured in with dark paint.
There are very successful businesspeople who do a lot for society, but they’re shrewd when they do business, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
Facebook is planning to add 1 000 people to its global advert review team to help prevent the abuse that characterised last year’s US election, which was won by the menace-in-chief, Donald Trump.
Wealth is like water, it is lost when badly managed, writes Muzi Kuzwayo.
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