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Roshila Jarosz

Roshila Jarosz

Roshila Jarosz worked as a journalist, sold out to corporate communications for a stint and is now deputy news editor of the Mail & Guardian. Her other love is acting (yes, really). She's also been called a liker of things.
    Nothing beats the exhilaration you feel on saying yes! yes! yes! to a life together
    Nothing beats the exhilaration you feel on saying yes! yes! yes! to a life together
    The first time I saw Ett Venter he was dressed in black. He had long black hair, a black camera slung around his neck and he lay on the ground taking...
    Ten healthy hints
    Ten healthy hints
    Mark Twain wrote that the only way to maintain one's health was to "eat what you don't want to eat, drink what you don't like and do what you'd...
    Let's all read together
    Let's all read together
    Deaf in a hearing world
    Deaf in a hearing world
    Despite being deaf, four young girls have settled in well at a Johannesburg former Model C school. Roshila Pillay reports
    Not all degrees are equal
    Not all degrees are equal
    When George Woods gets home in the evenings, he immerses himself in his master of business administration (MBA) studies.
    Unisa crumbles in Orr case
    Unisa crumbles in Orr case
    Unisa staged a thorough retreat on Thursday when it accepted a settlement offer from former employee Margaret Orr that it had turned down the day...
    Varsity 'ushers in mediocrity'
    Varsity 'ushers in mediocrity'
    Legal steps have followed North West University's controversial appointment of its new vice-chancellor last week. These come in the midst of an...
    Academic demands apology
    Academic demands apology
    Professor Margaret Orr's case against Unisa goes before the Labour Court on Monday with a claim for R720 000 in damages and a public apology.
    The fading roar of feminism
    The fading roar of feminism
    'I am woman, hear me roar!” the battle cry was sounded. Since that fateful turning point in the Seventies, women have marched to the beat of the...
    North West suspends pensions for disabled
    North West suspends pensions for disabled
    In a move described by Minister of Social Development Zola Skweyiya as "not only illegal, but sinful", North West province officials have decided to suspend disability grant payments. "Public servants are servants of the people and...