• 11
  • Jan
I wrote this on New Year’s Eve when I was feeling kind of low.
Not the kind of low that comes from having nowhere to go party or your TV being broken, but the kind that involves opening a newspaper or an online newsfeed and seeing how many human beings continue to be trash, with far too few of us doing anything to stand up to the trashiness.
  • 11
  • Jan
Right before the holidays, there was a report that a toddler was hit by a car and killed.  This week, a five month old baby rolled off a sleeping mattress, became trapped between the wall and the bed and died.  My heart cried.  But, it infuriated me, and it should anger you too.
  • 14
  • Dec
What if a good pass at grade 12 – a ‘matric’ – was all most people needed in life?
  • 14
  • Dec
For the past three weeks, France has been experiencing one of the most significant social mobilisations in its recent history, which laid bare the country's social ills, anti-elite sentiment, growing inequalities and thirst for social justice.
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