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Danny Glenwright

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Danny Glenwright is a Canadian journalist and human rights do-gooder currently based in Johannesburg. For several years he has lived and worked in Africa and the Middle East, writing about human rights, gender issues and various other topics that get him worked up.

I’m tired of watching the royal family

While South Africans tallied votes from local government elections last week, the Queen of England visited Ireland. Just one of these events made most international…

Foreigners beware, SA doesn’t want you

South Africa doesn’t exactly roll out the welcome mat. The Rainbow Nation, for all its colours, does not have a pot of gold for those…

Time for a gay revolution

Gays and lesbians unite. It is time to rise up. Homosexuals, transsexuals, intersexuals, transgendered, everyone queer, gather your friends and allies, open your Twitter accounts,…

When things fall apart

By Danny Glenwright I have a tiny place in my heart for decay. Well, rather a bit larger than tiny. There’s something about dilapidation and…

Dear Telkom, continued

By Danny Glenwright Well old buddy, here we are again. I was sort of hoping the last discussion would be our final heart-to-heart. Sadly, you’ve…

Dear Telkom

By Danny Glenwright Dear Telkom, You dirty old monopoly, you. You really got me. I’m actually writing to congratulate you. You were in the running…