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Is there really any good reason to cheat?

Infidelity is risky in many ways. if you look at it closely, it is also just unnecessary drama. Why do people still cheat then? The truth in this matter is that you could be doing everything right, but your partner will still think about cheating on you. The biggest myth is that people cheat because…
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The storm’s aftermath From Hlaudi to a heat wave

The aftermath of any storm is never pleasant – while the US has recovered from the damage hurricane Katrina caused, the SABC is still suffering from the after-effects of cyclone Hlaudi. Hundreds of jobs are at risk due to a R3.1bn salary bill which will see the SABC emerge from the storm only to face…
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Feminism in the Household

The feminist movement was started in the name of equality for both men and women in society, especially in the work place. The world would be a better place if both genders were treated and paid equally for the same job. The question still rises whether this movement also applies in the household. For married…
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The Cycle That Never Ends

There’s a lingering bleakness in how some South Africans — mainly those of colour — waste knowledge only on survival rather than security and continuity. They are unfortunate victims to vicious cycles of misfortunes in which the “family first” motto, and obligation thereof, has challenging consequences. It is shocking how people are aware of the…
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Black Tax

Black tax, White privilege Our Rainbow Nation is divided by a barrier as rigid as the Berlin Wall, built by past horrors and fueled by the false sense of progression that politicians thrive to paint in the media. The reality of the divide is too evident to ignore in the sense that it relates to…
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