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Ek kry die laaste ruk baie fanmail om te vra of ‘coloured influencers’ goed met mekaar or die weg kom. Dan was ek ook gevra oor hoe groot die kompetisie of druk onder mekaar is, en oor die juicy-ness van backstabbing, en presies hoé popularity onder ons werk.

 

Maar laat ons eers die probleem met die concept rondom ‘being coloured’ en being 'an influencer' aanspreek. Dr Diana Ferrus som almal in Suid-Afrika in haar werke die beste op, deur te sê; ons is ‘gemeng’. So, indien Verwoerd of Botha met hul onvoltooide grade en ‘missing thesis chapters’ genot gevind het om Suid-Afrikaners te klassifiseer is dit op hulle. It is none of my business. That is why I'm here, and they are not. And I thank you.

Published in Opinions


As communities, parents and families we all have a responsibility to be vigilant about the crime of child trafficking and we should all be sensitising our children to these dangers.
A mass panic has however hit the Western Cape with a slew of hoax reports causing widespread consternation.

With the First and Only confirmed attempted kidnapping case registered with the SAPS in Strand on 1 June 2016 when a 10 year old girl was approached by a woman in a Toyota Quantum, hoax sightings of the vehicle and the woman circulated on social media and tabloid newspapers has Western Cape parents in a panic.

Published in In The News