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The free spirits of our children, are in our hands.
Thirty Zulu community leaders sat in a dusty rural school room. It was 1995 in the newly free South Africa, at a village called Molweni, near the great harbour city of Durban.
The delegates watched and listened as I showed and spoke…Continue
I read a really strong and hard – hitting article "No men, you are not entitled", by the president of the ANC women's league, Bathabile Dlamini.
Everything, that she writes, is true. Women are being abused, diminished, taken advantage of and side-stepped - in this male dominated and male-privileged world.
Tons of destructive bombs and missiles were raining down, in the snow covered forests of Northern Italy. Young South African men and their foes, were screaming and dying.
In a calm between the bombing, the shell-shocked soldiers began to talk. “What will happen, if we die? What will our families do without us?”
A young tank commander, spoke up, “Let’s rather…
Imagine arriving, on your first day of work, at a company where everybody has different cultures and speak another language. They also have different religious, traditions and public holidays, that don't match yours.
The existing people have absolutely no understanding, of your religious, traditional, spiritual, cultural and family…Continue
We are all biased. Recognise it, set yourself free and change the World!
Bias is a very interesting, unjust, and natural human condition.
Yet, it is a symptom of the human mind - that will continue to suppress, and deny transformation and inclusion, in the world.
South Africa, and its people, still suffer terribly through bias and exclusion.
Opportunities, employment, business & workplace conflict, are often based upon whether a…