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Candice Nolan / Mar 7, 2019

Khoelife Organic Soap

I started using a range of organic soap from Khoelife. That was until my daughter had a chemical burn from one of the baby soap products. The product was marketed for babies. The incident happened in July and I’m still waiting for a resolution! Yvette Abrahams kept giving me the run around. Initially, she accepted […]

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Lockdown Log: Status quo

I find it funny that the media in South Africa believe they will still be around after lockdown. Journalists have declared themselves essential service workers, so that they can maintain the status quo. But the centre is not holding. People are increasingly realising that they are able to access their own news, and in some […]

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Lockdown Log: A close call

I just found out that a second colleague of mine from the public broadcaster, has tested positive for covid19. This latest case is at the same offices – the headquarters in Auckland Park. That’s a little too close for comfort. Roughly two weeks ago, I had a foreboding feeling while at work. I had been […]

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Lockdown Log: Disconnect

I think I figured out the source of my “mood disorder”. It’s called by ya’ll, with your cultures and history. All the fuss and bother about race and discrimination. Feeling down on myself because I was born the “wrong” colour. It’s all just phantom. It’s time to disconnect. Living in the world is like being […]

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Lockdown Log: For the Birds

The birds were chirping crazily this morning. I imagine they evolved the ability to have their chirps heard over the maddening human sounds of traffic and voices. Even mayhem in other parts of the country feels so foreign. So now they’re super loud and there’s nothing they have to compete with. Nature is reclaiming her […]

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