- Behind the scenes with Fifty Shades
- Defence force rehearses for #SONA2015
- Graphic – Cricket World Cup 2015 schedule
- TV review: Uzalo – too much hype, too little screen value
- Missed the Grammys? Here are all the highlights
- Graphic – State of the nation 2014: How did Zuma do?
- Graphic – Zuma: Here’s what I’ve done
- Graphic – Poverty in SA
- Graphic – This could be our state of the nation address
- Pics – Soweto’s sexy guys on a roll ...
- Pics – Simba Mhere laid to rest
- Pics – Rest in peace, Simba
City Press on Twitter
- #SONA2015 may have been chaotic but it made for some excellent humour. We round up the best memes: http://t.co/khSqDSLzWV 3 hours ago
- EFF – 10 takeaways from the state of the nation debacle: http://t.co/zKhrYDqz1B by: @ferialhaffajee 3 hours ago
- Speaker ‘must held to account’ over brutal action against MPs: http://t.co/yLEc0flnRb #sona2015 4 hours ago
- Ramaphosa arrives in Lesotho: http://t.co/sH71QhYu0L 6 hours ago
- Signal scrambling to prevent the free flow of info happens in the worst democracies and are ordered by securocrats: http://t.co/pXNnDhoPJp 7 hours ago
Wednesday. My second day back at work after a month of what one of my bosses describes as: “Sitting on the beach, smoking zol and doing fokol.” The man’s not entirely incorrect in his analysis. It is what it is.
The Curro school saga makes me happy. In this 21st year of our democracy, as we move into adulthood as a nation, even the private schools are beginning to reflect South African demographics, with white children in the minority.
What a beautiful summer we are having. My family and I enjoy the long days and long nights. I hope you and yours do too.