The trees are about to show you-
Two monks were traveling together down a muddy road. A heavy rain was falling. Coming around a bend, they saw a lovely woman in a silk kimono, unable to go further because of a puddle that blocked her way. "Come on, girl," said the older monk. Lifting her in his arms, he carried her over the water. The younger monk was shocked by his behavior, but did not speak until later that evening. Finally, he could no longer restrain himself. "Buddhist monks don't touch females," he told the senior…
South African sport hit by Apartheid style laws | South Africa Today
The Board of Directors set official Transformation targets for the national men’s team based on the deliberations of the Cricket SA’s (CSA) Cricket and Cricket Pipeline sub-committees at its meeting on Friday. The targets require the national team to play an average minimum of 54% Black players and average minimum of 18% Black African players […]
I'm prepared to die to save SA from the thieves, says Gordhan
As South Africa flirted with the prospect of economic meltdown this week, with President Jacob Zuma's allies moving yet again to neutralise Pravin Gordhan, the finance minister made a dramatic vow: that he is prepared to die to save the country from thieves. A defiant Gordhan promised that he would never back down from fighting corruption.