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‘Holding out for a Hero’

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The trouble with lockdown, virus mutations, waves of infection – this whole pandemic thing with its highs of family bonding and health worker dedication and

No sex and Christmas etiquette

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Everyone seems quick to share intimate or traumatic personal experiences or the nature of their sex lives these days, but I regret that, being of

Not all changes are good

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Extraordinary. Fraught. Chaotic. Nail-biting. Volatile. Trump’s astonishing premature announcement of his win. His declaration that he would stop the counting. What a show. Barnum and

Exodus

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I took advantage of the easing of lockdown restrictions two weeks ago and headed off on holiday. Not that I’d been having such a bad

Exodus

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I took advantage of the easing of lockdown restrictions two weeks ago and headed off on holiday. Not that I’d been having such a bad

How might we remember the days of plunder?

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The Museum of Natural History in London is currently conducting an internal review of its displays and treatments of the work and specimens of that

Sisters could do it for themselves

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The long road South African women have travelled and still have before them, particularly on the social equality front, would have been a lot shorter

Liberal pushback now

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I’m a vulnerable so I’ve been at home, not even going out to shop, for even longer than the official lockdown. Despite a lurking fear

Groundhog Days

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Thirty years ago, while collecting interviews and sound for Canadian Broadcasting Corporation news on the fringes of a stalemated Johannesburg protest, a member of the