That’s not a real teratoma in the image – so don’t get too hysterical. But could you even imagine having a part of your dead twin chilling inside your brain?
I imagine this is right up there with every father’s worst-case scenario, but you might want to suspend your sympathy until you have all the details.
There are a lot of race/religion/culture issues that Planet Earth is dealing with at the minute, so the timing on this might be a little off…
Sometimes I feel it’s a real miracle that the planet hasn’t willingly self imploded itself so that aliens never see the stupidity that happens here…
South Africa is in the spotlight and it’s not a good one – we have the whole African continent on the verge of ganging up against us because of a few pig-headed individuals.
Ranjeni Munusamy from the Daily Maverick gives us a thoroughly thought-provoking piece on xenophobia and the real state of our nation.
With so much hatred so visible in the world currently, we need more people like this young lady to stand up and defend others when they’re not in the wrong.
He has been in great demand following the success of the ‘Rhodes Must Fall’ campaign, but this is not the first time Chumani Maxwele has gained political attention.
South Africa is not running around with the best reputation at the moment and it’s not very hard to see why everyone is talking about us in a not very rose-coloured light.
It seems the students behind the removal of the Cecil John Rhodes statue aren’t going to rest after that success. Next up it’s Max Price who is coming under fire.
Rousing words indeed from Sizwe Mabizela, the Rhodes University vice-chancellor. Perhaps not so much if you happen to be a politician in our country, however.
Rhodes is gone, and not without a fair share of drama attached. What about the rest of the statues? Who do we listen to about the delicate subject?
Sometimes, laughter really is the best medicine. It’s healthy to be able to laugh at serious things. And wouldn’t you rather be laughing than sitting like a grumpy grouch in your rocking chair?
Rhodes is falling, so hopefully UCT students can resume classes ASAP, but clearly not without a little help from the SAPS and some Casspirs.
This will come as absolutely no surprise to anyone, especially if you’ve been reading the news of late. Here’s the latest defacing of South Africa’s history.
Mugabe is stirring the pot a little bit with what he has to say about Cecil John Rhodes being buried in Zimbabwe. What will his comrades say, I wonder?
Barack Obama, now into his 7th year as president, has had a few ups and downs. Here’s a happy story about one of his “up” moments.
Here’s a controversial opinion that’s sure to ruffle some feathers, sent in by an independent writer. Feel free to comment.
This makes it very clear that some people still have major issues with something that we should not even be blinking an eye towards.
If you haven’t been wakeboarding or waterskiing yet, you should try it out. It’s like a full body workout and a fun day out for your buddies and you. Plus, it means you have to get out of town and explore our pretty country.
The Cecil John Rhodes protests are set to continue this week and we have found some of the reasons why people are pretty worked up over the matter.
The Rhodes Statue Issue has moved across oceans in the past few days – here’s what the rest of the world is saying about the poo issue and what’s going on.
The Great IVF debate continues, and now we can hear what Madonna has to say about it (probably whilst she wears a pair of D&G jeans…).
Things are heating up in Grahamstown as the outrage over the UCT Cecil John Rhodes statue has seen students at Rhodes University come together to fight what they say is racism on campus.