An unwilling ‘coconut’ shares the inner workings of a journey to the roots of discovery and growth.
An avid attempt to understand the intersectional identity of a black child in a white private boarding school.
Why does society create norms that protect men from being held accountable for sexualising women? (more…)
Moving from a private to a public institution, one learns that giving up is not an option.
There are countless hurdles to be cleared by young people after high school, and society should work harder at preparing children to overcome them.
Although hybrid theatre has kept some venues open and operational, the full theatre experience does not translate online.
The consecutive loss of multiple close friendships made me realise we are all capable of toxic behaviour. (more…)
When you are a child, you want to be an adult. Then when you are an adult, you want to speak to the manager to insist that you get your childhood back. (more…)
A dearth of supporters inside stadiums and arenas has been compensated for by technology that provides safe, entertaining viewing during the pandemic era.
Hearing this diagnosis felt so surreal: I could not believe that as young as I was, I had hypertension. (more…)
There is always a need for new innovative ideas to keep entertainment relevant to a changing audience; why not for football as well?
Being a woman in South Africa means you live in constant fear, if not for your own life, then for the life of the women and girls around you.