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Job Hunting 1: The First Rule

12 June 2017

What is important to you when you are job hunting? There are many articles that advise us, quite rightly, to look beyond the money and the position, and consider things like job satisfaction and emotional fit in the organisation. Is this where I want to work? Do I want to spend my days with these…

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Mandela Day 2016: An Inspiration for the Year Ahead

18 July 2016

Varsity College students were on the streets this morning collecting for the SPCA. Coffeeberry provided coffee for workers who are working on the wetlands/river system in the area. I spent time at Shuter and Shooter participating in their Mandela Day activities, which this year involved some introspection and the singing of the National Anthem –…

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Fake Churches and Fake Brands

14 March 2016

An article in The Witness of 20 February 2016 referred to a woman who had apparently created a fake church on Facebook, complete with pictures of her ministry team (apparently pictures scammed from the web of people completely unrelated and unconnected). It appears that the same woman created a false persona a few years ago…

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Abnormal: A sign for our times

3 February 2016

Imagine having to drive around with an ‘ABNORMAL’ sign stuck behind you. No doubt you can think of other drivers who ought to have such signs on their cars or taxis. I suspect that a lot of us walk around feeling as if we have an ‘Abnormal’ sign on our backs; that everyone around us…

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Removing Racism: A conscious effort

7 January 2016

In her poor excuse for an apology, Penny Sparrow said her racist comment wasn’t meant to be taken personally. She missed the point entirely. It is precisely because her comment about people being ‘monkeys’ was not directed at a particular person acting in a particular way but at a whole section of the community, that…

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