The strike in the platinum sector has a devastating ripple effect on the broad South African economy. Stats SA last week released results for first quarter GDP growth which slowed to 3.8 %. This is the first time that the economy contracted since the recession in 2009. Mining output plunged the most in 47 years…
Many readers may wonder what interest there can be for the average Pretorian in this continental celebration.
Africa Day was celebrated on 25 May. Many readers may wonder what interest there can be for the average Pretorian in this continental celebration. The reason is that we are part of this continent and many issues that we are faced with on local level also reflect many of the problems that the continent is…
Dit is ook die tyd van die jaar wanneer mans seuns word en seuns manne word wanneer dit kom by die aankoop van jaguitrusting.
Hoewel C. Louis Leipoldt veral vir sy gedigte en prosa bekendheid verwerf het, was hy ook ’n befaamde kok en sy kookboeke was ook baie populêr. In sy boek Polfyntjies vir die proe het sy speelse aanbiedingswyse van resepte tot essays uitgegroei, wat van die beste van sy prosa verteenwoordig en in ’n stuk soos…
Are South Africans satisfied with the state of democracy in our country? Blogger Fred Boshoff ponders over the election mania present everywhere at the moment and debates whether or not the new dispensation has been a success.
If you are tired of the old traditional soup recipes, try one of these delicious creations.
Dawie Roodt het ernstige bedenkinge oor die sogenaamde suksesse van 20 jaar se demokrasie
Blogger Fred Boshoff pays tribute to a literary legend upon his death and remembers the writer’s body of work fondly.
Blogger Fred Boshoff takes a look at the origins of Worker’s Day, and its connection to cultures around the world.
Fred takes a look at some entertaining entries made into a hospital registry.