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He’s widely known as “The White Zulu”, but Johnny Clegg is definitely no novelty act. Revered in his native South Africa and abroad for his barrier-busting music, this iconic singer-songwriter will soon be bringing his energetic stage show to Australia and New Zealand.
 
 
 
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Posted by Christina Kennedy
21 Apr 2009
Can you imagine hearing those words on the other end of the phone? At first I wasn’t sure I heard right. The man on the other end of the line was South African and he had found my number in the magazine. He wanted me to tell his story so no-one else has to go through the same ordeal. Can you imagine being so despondent that you would consider taking such a drastic step? Especially when you have a beautiful wife and three gorgeous kids?
 
 
 
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Posted by Philip Scott
18 Dec 2008
Make a list, mister. This is serious business and you have a lot to make up for last year’s fiasco. You thought the smooth rubber car mat surrounded by a plush of carpet was a truly unique gift that she needed, but she thought you were an idiot. Start jotting down every thing she loves. Don’t say you don’t know. Think about it. What are her passions? What makes her weep with joy? What does she make time for because she loves doing it? Answer these questions and you’ll have a good start on the perfect gift for your wife or girlfriend.
 
 
 
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Posted by Teresa Opdycke
18 Dec 2008

What’s it like being a vet? How do you train to be a vet? These are questions I am frequently asked. And while it’s a popular career aspiration, the reality is that it is a very hard career. Hard to get into university for, hard to stay in university and hard work once you’re qualified!!

 
 
 
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Posted by Dr Kevin Cruickshank
29 Oct 2008
The rugby season seems to get longer and longer, February to December for some players. In a high contact sport where the public demands high quality games, is this asking too much from the players? This will certainly start testing the depth of some nations and without a shadowof a doubt New Zealand comes up trumps in this department. They have recently lost over 20 players to Europe but still managed to win the Tri Nations. In the Super 14 their teams tend to finish higher on the ladder than the Australian and South African franchises. But it will continue as TV dictates the rugby schedules catering for the international mass market.
 
 
 
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Posted by Huegnot Hottentot
29 Oct 2008
It’s supposed to be a children’s poem – but it’s perfect for we larger beings too, don’t you think? And so it is with education and learning. Rightly, we focus tremendous energy on creating the best learning environment fo our children. The mental, physical and emotional development that takes place in their early years will be imprinted for life, and it is our responsibility as their careers and guardians, whether they are biologically our children or not, to gift them the best possible foundation. It matters to me, and I am sure to you, that children everywhere are supported and nurtured.
 
 
 
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Posted by Catherine Palin-Brinkworth
29 Oct 2008
It all started with a party…. you know the kind most of us feel obliged to attend, because one of our friends has been so gracious to host one, for example Tupperware! (By the way, I am an avid lover of Tupperware!)
 
 
 
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Posted by Gretel Breytenbach
29 Oct 2008
“The seed for a great miracle lies not in difficulty, but impossibility.” This line from the film, Faith Like Potatoes, underpins the inspiring true story of Angus Buchan, a Zambian farmer of Scottish heritage who finds himself struggling to keep his head above water on a farm in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
 
 
 
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Posted by Loren Nel
15 Aug 2008
At the age of twenty one, with high hopes and big dreams, Alana Reid set off from her beloved home in Africa to spend a year exploring the world! Alana quickly became captivated by the multifaceted wonders of Europe and, it was during this exciting time that she met her Australian born husband. So, one year of travelling became three and when she arrived in Melbourne in 1997, three years became a very long time!
 
 
 
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Posted by Julie Purdon
15 Aug 2008
After negotiating the early morning gridlock of Johannesburg’s highways followed by a five hour drive into the humidity of the summer Loveld, the sighting of the thatched gate house at Crocodile River, which marks the southern entry point into the Kruger National Park, came as a welcome relief. My travel documents were quickly checked by friendly staff, and I was soon on my way through stunning bushveld dotted with Marula and Acacia thorn trees, all shimmering in the late afternoon sunshine.
 
 
 
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Posted by Chris Rimmer
15 Aug 2008
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