• Is the grass greener in the UK? …Child poverty at 4 Million!

    About 30% of Britain’s children are now classified as poor, of whom two-thirds are from working families. nearly half of single-parent children are poor, with a noticeable surge in poverty over the past year among children of lone parents who work full-time. About 67% of the UK’s poor children are from working families.

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  • Who is Desmond Mpilo Tutu?

    For most of his life, Desmond Tutu has been in the vanguard of the struggle for racial justice and equality in South Africa. In sermons, speeches, and other public statements, he has drawn attention to the inequalities in South African society and the urgent need of redressing them in order to prevent a catastrophe.

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  • Don’t envy those growing in wealth from tenders – just as you wouldn’t a burglar!

    Therefore when you see those benefiting from tenders begotten from kickbacks parading the spoils of their plunder – do not envy! Similarly as you would not envy a burglar for boasting their robbery – so as a society we must call theft as theft! These are bad role models and children should be warned against such practices- least we have no spine as a nation for calling good, evil and evil, good!

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  • President Zuma is “better the devil you know”

    So, imagine the typical life of President Zuma having to remember the anniversaries, birthdays, joys and heartbreaks of family life, for it must be no easy task to have six wives and twenty one children? Therefore who could blame him given that “charity begins at home”?

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  • Why Can’t Young People Find Jobs?

    While it’s clear that a high youth unemployment rates result from economic recession and poor legislation, the liberalisation of labour markets, combined with strengthened legal systems, may make many of these countries better enabled to solve the unemployment issues of youth and the populace at large.

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  • The duty to take care not to harm your ‘neighbours’

    “The rule that you are to love your neighbour becomes m law you must not injure your neighbour; and the lawyer’s question ” Who is my ‘ neighbour ?” receives a restricted reply. You must take reasonable care to avoid acts or omissions which you can reasonably foresee would be likely to injure your neighbour. Who then in law is my neighbour? The answer seems to be persons who are so closely and directly affected by my act that I ought reasonably to have them in contemplation as being so affected when I am directing my mind to the acts or omissions which are called in question.”

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  • Why do we have to work?

    “Normal is getting dressed in clothes that you buy for work and driving through traffic in a car that you are still paying for – in order to get to the job you need to pay for the clothes and the car, and the house you leave vacant all day so you can afford to live in it.” ― Ellen Goodman.

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  • Justice System is now Unaffordable to Most – Justice is not a luxury!

    More effort needs to be made in explaining “the importance of the judicial system in maintaining a just and fair society, accountable and democratic government and a strong economy”, he said. However, the Lord Chief Justice] suggests, the reputation of our courts and their ability to serve the public is under threat.

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  • Freedom [OF/FROM] Speech.

    Freedom of Expression is not an absolute but a qualified right which means that the rights of the individual must be balanced against the interests of society.

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  • Bad customer service spreads like wildfire.

    Bad service sabotages your second chance in customer support, the best surprise you can provide is no unpleasant surprises.

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Recent Blogs

Who is Desmond Mpilo Tutu?

For most of his life, Desmond Tutu has been in the vanguard of the struggle for racial justice and equality in South Africa. In sermons, speeches, and other public statements, he has drawn attention to the inequalities in South African society and the urgent need of redressing them in order to prevent a catastrophe.

Help with working out your budget

Planning is the most fundamental and the best device for dealing with your cash. However, a great many people abstain from doing it since it is extra work, much like cutting your garden or settling the rooftop. Planning likewise suggests that you need to surrender and prevent yourself from getting a charge out of stuff.

Don’t envy those growing in wealth from tenders – just as you wouldn’t a burglar!

Therefore when you see those benefiting from tenders begotten from kickbacks parading the spoils of their plunder – do not envy! Similarly as you would not envy a burglar for boasting their robbery – so as a society we must call theft as theft! These are bad role models and children should be warned against such practices- least we have no spine as a nation for calling good, evil and evil, good!

Was Hitler a Socialist?

Given that Hitler was appointed “leader of the German Reich for life”, he “embodied the supreme power of the state and, as the delegate of the German people”, it was his role to determine the “outward form and structure of the Reich”. To that end, Hitler’s political motivation consisted of an ideology that combined traditional German and Austrian anti-Semitism with an intellectualized racial doctrine resting on a platter of social Darwinism.

Watchdog

Consuming Plastic Rice

A video of workers feeding plastic into a machine to produce white, rice-like granules has sparked fears on Chinese social media.
Many people said the factory, thought to be located in China, was producing toxic rice out of sheets of plastic.

Know the Facts: Sexual Child Abuse

Some research has estimated that approximately 1 in 6 boys and 1 in 4 girls are sexually abused before the age of 18. However, accurate statistics on the prevalence of sexual abuse of children and adolescents are difficult to collect because not all abuse is reported.

Our Neglected Elderly are being Bewitched by “FRIENDS”

Whilst we were growing up our parents were also growing old. We somewhat still believe that they are alright despite the signs of their fragility begining to show. We believe that they are strong and are able to look after themselves. Whilst they are at home – our elderly are becoming the target to the cold, heartless scam artists who are door knocking or seeking to befriend our neglected elderly.

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