I really think before we try to fix the country we should first fix ourselves as parents. After all, children walk in our footsteps.
These are young people with university qualifications who desperately stand by the busy traffic lights to attract potential employers.
How many of us can say we will not do this and that in front of the children because we don’t want them to adopt such behaviour?
As parents and teachers what can be done? Can we have these conversations and come up with ways in which these learners can be punished?
You can be down today and happy tomorrow. It is all based on the decision of rising above your circumstances.
September 8 is International Literacy Day. So what? I hear many people ask. I don’t have time to read. I can’t be bothered to read. Reading is boring… but actually, we read all the time! We read social media updates, road signs, food labels and information on goods we buy. We need to know whether…
The last in our series of Women’s Month blogs is one about attitude. Often we simply look at things the wrong way. It’s so easy to be fed up and miffed with somebody or something and let it spoil our day. It’s also easy to brood and let things fester and before we know it,…
Deeper ties are formed between the blesser and blessed on the road to Dubai and Paris, while sacrifices and dreams shutter at the expense of the latest Gucci bag.
We spoke to the community about what Women’s Day means to them.
Hula hoops make the perfect exercise equipment.
A second of excitement can ruin one’s life and the real culprits will be out roaming the streets freely.