Sunday, 26 May 2019

Sharp Instruments but No Political Will?

Corruption is a global phenomenon in its reach, causes, and effects. Along with the globalisation of goods, services, and finance, there has been a greater shift to materialism and consumerism which has fuelled greed and acquisitiveness. In addition, corruption has eroded trust in governments and has undermined the social contract betw...

By Dr Garth le Pere 2 days ago

Graduate Underemployment: the South African Case

Since the introduction of the Quarterly Labour Force Survey (QLFS) in 2008, two new variables were derived by Statistics South Africa (Stats SA). One of them being the underemployment variable, which really broadens the investigation into the nature of employment in South Africa. For the purposes of this article, I will closely examine...

By Keamo Segwagwe 2 days ago

Traditional Egyptian Dishes You Need To Try

Food is a large part of every country’s culture. So, to get to know more about Egyptian culture, here is a list of traditional Egyptian dishes that you have to try when visiting Egypt.KushariKushariA mix of rice, spaghetti, small round macaroni, vermicelli, fried onions, black lentils and hummus, topped with thick tomato sauce, garlic ...

By Joburg Post 2 days ago

Book Review: Writing With Great Heart About Discovering African Zen

Buddhism has been adopted by many diverse cultures. In the process it has often changed its form quite radically. Comparing Pure Landpractises of China with Japanese Zen and Tibetan Vajrayana, these can appear like entirely different religions. Perhaps Zen has been more adaptable to modern western cultures given its iconoclastic nature...

By Joburg Post 2 days ago

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