I love South Africa. I love living in South Africa.
And even though I don’t look at things through rose-tinted glasses, I am truly optimistic when it comes to the country’s future. 202 more words
I can’t express how happy I am for Miss South Africa Rolene Strauss who was crowned Miss World 2014 last night in London.
Rolene is a 4th year medicine student at the university of Free State but she had to put her studies on hold to pursue her Miss SA duties and her hard work pays off as she scooped the third Miss World title for South Africa. 48 more words
Anyone who was a child in the 1970’s in the UK will remember playing board games by candlelight, sitting in the front room covered in blankets, using a camping stove if you were lucky to boil water or cook beans, telling ghost stories and making scary faces with torches. 244 more words
When I moved back to South Africa after spending nearly a decade in northern Europe, it was with no small measure of shock that I realized I had forgotten how to live in this country. 1,127 more words
Since moving to South Africa S and me have been struggling with some issues. Like so many things it is such a relief to discover that not only are you far from alone in your condition, someone else had it much worse than you! With kind permission from Susan, I reblog here her feelings on Moving Back to South Africa. While we have given away a lot of R5s we have not yet bought anyone groceries!!
I encourage everyone to read The Disco Pants Blog, Susan Hayden is a fantastic journalist with a very keen eye for truth and wickedly humourous delivery. T
For those who know me, it is common knowledge that I don’t skimp when it comes to skincare. But for me, it’s not always about paying high prices for beauty products (the amount of zeros on a price sticker prove nothing), it’s about getting the quality you’re paying for and knowing where your products come from. 1,179 more words