The Paperless Education System and its constraints for learners in Mitchell’s Plain

Parents were in uproar at a recent school meeting held in Mitchell’s Plain, where it was explained that each child needed a Tablet, which needed to be purchased for a more ‘quality learning experience’. It was not, however, a compulsory demand, but learners who do not have the equipment are at a definite disadvantage, … More The Paperless Education System and its constraints for learners in Mitchell’s Plain

The Red Ribbon Foundation, at the Heart of Change

In South Africa there are over 7 million people who are living with HIV/AIDS, with the number of infections increasing daily, it is no secret that South Africa has the biggest and most high profile HIV epidemic in the world. Statistics as alarming as this has sparked a new urgency to combat this disease, the most popular way, through awareness. … More The Red Ribbon Foundation, at the Heart of Change

Five lazy words you should avoid using FOREVER!

When I first began writing, grammar was such a pain. I suddenly had to indicate pauses, separate clauses and express myself in a way that would enable people to actually ‘hear’ what I was putting on paper. For any writer, perfecting grammar is a top priority. The only problem with this is: It’s a continuous learning process. You will never have your comma’s in all the right places, from time to time you will miss a capital in between pronouns and nouns, maybe even horribly misplace quotation marks here and there. It does get easier, though. … More Five lazy words you should avoid using FOREVER!