The topic is “Books are Friends!” It’s interactive and the children also get to add their two cents worth.
The Bill addresses social media, SMS and other electronic correspondence.
I say, let us give parents the benefit of the doubt and not blame them for not protecting their children enough because of rape.
Christmas is just around the corner. I know that sounds a bit ridiculous, but it will be here before we know it. One of the things that often happens around Christmas time is that animals are dropped off at the SPCA. That is bad enough, but you know some awful people dump their dogs on…
We really need to look deeper and question some of our motives.
I am hereby calling on teen organisations, life orientation teacher to come forward and help fight this scourge. I don’ t think it is too late to step in to rescue these young girls.
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.