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.
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.
Columnist Fred Boshoff takes a humorous look at the way the world’s outlook has evolved.
“’n Mens gaan nie net bibiliteek toe om meer oor sy verlede en sy huidige wêreld te leer nie, maar dit is ook ’n sentrum vol potensiaal…”
Columnist Fred Boshoff jokes about the recent load-shedding incidents, which remind him of an old story of his.
Don’t you just hate the hackneyed and worn-out phrases used by journalists in our newspapers? Sport writers are especially guilty of this. One such phrase is: “He asked many questions”. One newspaper this week stated that the Australian fast bowler Michel Johnson asked many questions from the Proteas batsmen. What does it mean? Imagine. It…
Fred shares the delights of getting older…
This week’s column details the house rules of watching SuperSport Rugby and what the writer expects of his better half.
Fred Boshoff muses on the ideal municipal manager, and the duties he/she would have to perform.