SOUTH Africa's rights organisations had hoped that they had won their protracted battle to stop the country's controversial Traditional Courts Bill from becoming law last year. But their hopes may be dashed.
Knowing solo joy helps intimacy.
The last school period on Friday was always reserved for Physical Training (PT). Then we would don our "Big John Tate shorts" bought from Pep Stores for a soccer match or track and field.
"IT was long past midnight and a cold drizzle was falling from a black spongy sky as Corridon walked along Old Compton Street, his hands thrust into the big pockets of his trench coat, his wide-brimmed slouch hat pulled down over his eyes. In this small section of Soho the streets were deserted; the usual loafers driven indoors by the rain that had been falling since early dusk."
Age-old race prejudices could haunt new leader of the Opposition.
Each time you turn on the television after 10pm, eavesdrop on a group of men at your local pub, or drive past a billboard, you're likely to encounter some stereotypes about masculinity and men's sexuality.
My first encounter with electricity was when I visited my cousin at a mining village, also known as a skomplaas.
We were sold a dud. All this time we believed Madiba magic when we allegedly paid payola for the privilege.
For a while I flirted with the idea of joining the teaching profession when I finished matric.
I've always loved the movies. All kinds of movies. Good and bad movies. I grew up on a staple of Rambo (Sylvester Stallone), Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jean Claude Van Damme and Jackie Chan.