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Oh Ghana, Africa weeps with you today!

Ghana LOVES Soccer, it LIVES Soccer.....Every game of the World Cup has been followed by a very knowledgeable and enthusiastic populace. Where there is no access to television, transistor radios are king. During the Black Stars games theRead more

 
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Jim Harwood and the Comrades

What motivates me to run Comrades? This question has a simple answer and a complex answer. The former answer is because I can. I guess at age 61 I am privileged still to be able to run. The broader,Read more

 
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Taming the Teenager

“As parents (and educators), our need is to be needed. As teenagers, their need is not to need us. This conflict is real; we experience it daily as we help those we love become independent of us.” – DrRead more

 
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Open letter to our Foreign Media friends by Peter Davies

Dear World Cup visitors, Now that you are safely in our country you are no doubt happily realising you are not in a war zone. This may be in stark contrast to what you have been bracing yourself forRead more

 
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Finding a Voice for Unspeakable Feelings

We are sometimes plagued by intense emotions that appear to have no logic and are often contradictory but that co-exist with other more “normal” emotions. What do we do with them? They are too embarrassing to say out loudRead more

 
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Time to go ape for the soccer show

...like every patriotic South African, I’m getting in the groove, I’m gathering some gees, I’m buying a car flag from my local Nigerian street vendor and I stand fully tempted to spit in a vuvuzela...

 
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