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Thalia Randall

Thalia Randall

    Bicycle goes lifestyle
    Bicycle goes lifestyle
    It is the bicycle that children would have ridden on their morning newspaper delivery route or hippies would have cruised on to peace rallies and...
    Retro ride is roaring into the modern era
    Retro ride is roaring into the modern era
    In the Fifties they wore thin-collared suits, Levi 501s, mohair sweaters and pointed-toe shoes called winklepickers. They were the Mods and they used...
    Michael Lapsley: We are a traumatised nation
    Michael Lapsley: We are a traumatised nation
    As an author and Anglican priest, Michael Lapsley knows the true meaning of sacrifice and perserverance.
    Harnessing your inner Fomo
    Harnessing your inner Fomo
    Picture this: it is Thursday evening, 8pm. You have spent the past three days working flat out on a deadline for work. But it is done now and you are...
    Soyinka prize goes south again
    Soyinka prize goes south again
    Mzobe said he went “a bit crazy” when it was announced he had won at the awards ceremony in Lagos on September 8 for his novel Young...
    Low-fee schools on the rise
    Low-fee schools on the rise
    When the public sector fails, the private sector often steps in to pick up the slack. As such, entrepreneurs who respond creatively to an opportunity...
    A whole continent of shoppers
    A whole continent of shoppers
    It has tripled over the past 30 years, from 111-million people in 1980 to 313-million in 2010, said a recently published report from Deloitte...
    Massive rise in petrol price expected
    Massive rise in petrol price expected
    Glynos said the raised price would represent fuel inflation of 16% ­compared with last ­September.
    Maize crisis looms in SA
    Maize crisis looms in SA
    South Africa could face a maize shortage soon and might have to import the grain at a time of growing global scarcity.
    Some medals cheaper than others
    Some medals cheaper than others
    A look at the South African Sports Confederation and Olympic Committee's (Sascoc's) budget allocations shows that the silver medal Caster...
    Tale of two very different bakeries
    Tale of two very different bakeries
    A dusty communal yard in Alexandra leads to the three cramped rooms of Loxion Bakery. Cracked brown tiles cover the floor and go halfway up the...
    Municipalities: Slow payers and fast players
    Municipalities: Slow payers and fast players
    Doing business with local government can either be excellent or dreadful for your company's cashflow – depending on where in the country...