30-year-old Neo Leburu has no regrets after quitting her job to follow her dream of becoming a farmer: “Many people, including my boss, thought I was crazy. They found it hard to understand how someone would quit an office job to go into goat farming”
“Many people, including my boss, thought I was crazy and not thinking straight when I resigned. They found it hard to understand just how someone would quit an office job so they could go into goat farming,” says 30-year-old Neo Leburu.Read more: City Press »
Erase concepts that violate women | CitypressVOICES | Erase concepts that violate women It is sad to note that a comparison can be drawn between the violence women suffer at the hands of men and that of black people at the hands of colonisers, writes Simphiwe Sesanti
Trading in cigarettes could lead to criminal record, says ministerWhile illegal, a record for such a minor infraction could lead to thousands of South Africans having their future job prospects scuppered
Nurse Angy Rabothatha, a beacon of light for Tshwane’s Covid-19 cases | CitypressTesting positive for Covid-19 can be frightening and traumatic. Angy Rabothatha is among the many nurses who are part of government’s trace and support teams who help people with the coronavirus on their journey. She shared her story with Biénne Huisman.
State capture: ANC implicated in Prasa bribery scandal | CitypressHaving previously been implicated in testimony by former Bosasa chief operating officer, Angelo Agrizzi, who told the Zondo commission of Inquiry into state capture that the company catered for ANC rallies, the governing party has again been implicated in wrongdoing.
Time for people-owned banks: making a case for cooperative banking | CitypressSince the euphoria of our new-found democracy died down, more and more black South Africans are asking themselves why is it that the economic benefits of this democracy have resulted in unequal access – admittedly for the few of benefitting – rather
Lana Crowster’s album launch on Saturday is an NAF must-see | CitypressOn the NAF2020 line-up is Cape Town singer Lana Crowster, who will be debuting her album for the world through this virtual jazz experience this Saturday.