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Transport, an existential question

We spend a large portion of our lives moving about, a significant percentage of our income too, and it directly affects the future of our planet. So how come we don’t think of transportation as a fundamental life issue in the same way we consider our personal health, financial stability and self-realisation? More than 17%…

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Will we remember Burry in six months’ time?

By Kerryn Krige The death of Burry Stander is appalling. But what is likely to be more shocking is that it is meaningless. That our current feeling of tragedy, of frustration and anger, our need to insist and see action will quickly fade. Tomorrow it will be another day. By next week Burry will be…

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