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Bronwyn

Contributor profile · 7 posts · joined 16 October 2005

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2 February 2006

Fires in focus in the South African blogosphere

The last few weeks have been slow in the South African blogosphere. The most exciting thing happening this week is the is that nominations have just opened for the second...

20 January 2006

Mixed musings from Southern Africa

There's never a dull moment in South African politics. It's January and we already have our first political scandal of the year. Every political scandal gets a name – most...

10 December 2005

The week that was in the South African blogosphere

Jonty at The Fishbowl comments on the findings of a new survey showing that Afrikaners have experienced the “most radical change in political outlook” of all groups since the 1994...

25 November 2005

Blogging the latest news South African style

As we approach World Aids Day on the 1st of December, South Africa's controversial and unpopular Minister of Health, Manto Tshabalala- Msimang, has caused yet another stir. Known as “Dr.Garlic”...

11 November 2005

From corruption to culture – a taste from the southern tip of Africa

As the holiday season approaches, in South Africa this time of year has also become known as cash heist season. As more money is put into circulation to meet the...

28 October 2005

Voices from South Africa

South Africa has been painted as being a political wonder, and our transition to democracy is often described as a miracle. The country tries very hard to present an image...

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