The White Zulu

He may have been born in the UK, but Johnny Clegg is as proudly South African as you get! Recently honoured by Queen Elizabeth II with the Officer of the Order of the British Empire, Clegg said that the award has re-energised his dreams and commitments to South Africa. Clegg, who’s affectionately referred to as ‘The White Zulu’ is […]

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Jerry’s Stories: June

Proverbs are found in all languages. They act as colourful lessons, offering advice that’s passed down from generation to generation in the guise of a clever sentence or two. In English there is a well-known saying, ‘Too many cooks spoil the broth’, implying that some things are better done alone. The Zulu equivalent, as explained […]

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Youth Day 2015

The 16th June 1976 is a day forever etched in the memory of South Africans. Even for those not yet born, the 16th June represents the horror of Apartheid, a day on which hundreds of people, many of whom were children, gave their lives in the fight for equal education. In a protest against the Afrikaans Medium Decree of 1974, […]

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