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Oscar Pistorius Case – When Do We Stop Forgiving Athletes Their Trespasses?

We elevate players to heroic status, but they are not gods or demigods, they are only humans and have their tragic flaws. Read More »

Movie Review: Searching for Sugar Man

Two fans attempt to unravel the mystery surrounding early '70s musician known as Rodriguez. Read More »

Music Review: Paul Simon – Graceland [25th Anniversary Edition – CD/DVD]

The Graceland 25th Anniversary edition, with the Under African Skies film is a mesmerizing opportunity to revisit this amazing recording. Read More »

Book Review: The Vase with the Many Coloured Marbles (Book 1, Emma and Book 2, Marla) by Jacob Singer

Realities of growing up in South Africa during apartheid, and the choices that people there were sometimes forced to make to succeed Read More »

Restaurant Reviews (Cape Town): Cape Town Specialties

A quick guide to some of the best multicultural restaurants in Cape Town Read More »

Book Review: Disgrace: A Novel by J. M. Coetzee

Booker and Nobel Prize-winning J.M. Coetzee offers brilliant, thought-provoking, but disturbing novel. Read More »

England Set Their Sights After Sub-Continent Drubbing

2012 will be a big year for England's cricketters - will they make it through as top-dogs? Read More »

Interview: Cat Hellisen, Debut Young Adult Author

Young Adult 2012 Debut Author Cat Hellisen talks about cheese, glorious cheese. Read More »

Truth, Reconciliation, and Occupation

If white and black could reconcile after apartheid, why not Wall Street and Main Street? Read More »

Book Review: No Fear: A Whistleblower’s Triumph Over Corruption and Retaliation at the EPA by Marsha Coleman-Adebayo

Speaking truth to power, this is the story of one woman's landmark achievement in securing the rights of whistleblowers. Read More »