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Siyabonga Ntshingila

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Siyabonga Ntshingila is a walking example of how not to go through life productively.

Having been chanced his lackadaisical way through an education at one of the country's finest boys schools and a noted university, he then proceeded to unleash his special brand of inertia on the unsuspecting corporate world.

Alas, as with all things in life, the scam could not go on forever, and like a deVaselined Ananias Mathe reality caught up with him and he is now (thanks to the undue influence of his beloved) making a living as a freelance writer and a sub-editor for Newstime.

Arsenal have only themselves to blame

Firstly, before Arsenal throw their toys out the cot blaming ref Massimo Busacca, they must remember they had 90 minutes in which all they needed…

Timing of Manyi outrage suspicious

Much has been made of the scathing letter addressed to Black Management Forum leader Jimmy Manyi by Trevor Manuel, the minister of national planning. Noted…

When do we start owning our true character?

South Africans, well most of us anyway, say we see former president Nelson Mandela as a symbol of dignity, pride, measure and humility. Which of…

Let them eat sushi

The current brouhaha about Kenny Kunene and his (probable) preference for hot women and sushi is another example of the narrow and sensationalist reporting and…

King Kenny sobers up to new Liverpool reality

So King Kenny goes back to Anfield and gees up the troops to pull fingers from Scouse (and international) arse and get going. And what…

Is our history now hate speech?

In South Africa it is legal, though frowned upon, to raise the old flag. Die Stem is part of the national anthem. Yet songs about…