Category: Bulletin Dilution

Reflections and thoughts on day to day life and issues.

Bulletin Dilution, Reflections

The Most Disrespected President

By Ayeza wa’ Kagyenyi, South Africa: In a home, the father is greatly respected within the African culture. In the African home, the father is to be respected. In Africa, Baba or Tata mean father in many of the African languages in southern and eastern Africa respectively. These terms come with a connotation of respect attached to a highly valued […]

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One Minute Long

By Cynthia Ayeza, Uganda: A few months ago, we were stunned by the disappearance of an aircraft carrying a few hundred people. Within the same space, a ferry capsized, killing some while others escaped. Before we could fully comprehend what was happening, a #BringBackOurGirls hash tag was started. It was global – for a moment. Boko Haram got their moment […]

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Bulletin Dilution, Confessions of a Social Pariah, Reflections

Confessions of a Social Pariah: Leave Apartheid Alone

By Spliph, South Africa: A discussion on eating sacred serpents, Jigga's fire-pool and the canteen at the Union Building. South Africa has come a long way alright; from the days that Captain Ven Niekerk and his band of compatriots dispensed savage beatings to anyone who didn't qualify the civilised criterion from the lighter criteria, to some chap on the outskirts […]

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Confessions of a Social Pariah: Healing the country one fist at a time

By Spliph, South Africa: A discussion on slew comments, Tata Indica's and why you shouldn't make fun of short people. The new terminator flick is something else; Arnold Schwarzenegger's saggy boobs aside, he still looks mightily dangerous. In all honesty, we can safely project that technology will soon have one over us. Okay, I am not saying that artificial intelligence […]

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Confessions of a Social Pariah: Government run on Whatsapp

By Spliph, South Africa: Half if not all the time when I try to contact a government official or opposition party representative they are in never ending meetings or briefing the media somewhere. It is because of this that I sometimes wonder who is running this country, at what time and how exactly they go about it. After months of […]

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