Central Gauteng Lions women’s captain, Proteas player and teacher Yolani Fourie talks to Dalin Oliver about her cricket career and women’s cricket Yolani Fourie talks at the KFC Mini-Cricket Seminar about how she has dealt with the lockdown, how she… Read More »CGL captain, Protea Women’s player and teacher Yolani Fourie KFC Mini-Cricket Provincial Seminar
As much as I love my hometown for how interconnected social circles are, it tends to bring about some awkward moments… After a long hiatus Onesies By Fadz is back with another video! And what better way to get back… Read More »EL Is Small! – A new video from Onesies By Fadz
CGL Cricket Head Coach Wandile Gwavu inspiring coaches at the Gauteng KFC Mini-Cricket Provincial Seminar
Imperial Lions coach Wandile Gwavu knows all about the importance of KFC Mini-Cricket He started his cricket career as a Mini-Cricket player and has gone through the ranks as a junior coach, a Gauteng U19 coach for successful team in… Read More »CGL Cricket Head Coach Wandile Gwavu inspiring coaches at the Gauteng KFC Mini-Cricket Provincial Seminar
As you know Over Saturated is about Africa, and about developing African content. Atlas for Development recently got in contact with me to see if we would partner with them to help promote the the second edition of the “2063… Read More »Atlas For Development Launches The Second Edition of “2063 Academy”
Themed ‘A Story in Every Cup,’ the competition attracted over 300 entries across 16 tertiary institutions nationally. Visual arts students had the opportunity to draw inspiration from the top 5 Mzansi stories announced earlier this year. These stories encapsulated themes… Read More »Young Artists Design Wild Bean Cafe Cups
Like Obelix from Asterix and Obelix, I fell into the cauldron, the cauldron of Marseille. “À jamais les premiers” – Forever the first Olympique de Marseille are the first, and only french club to win the champions league back in… Read More »Love letter to Olympic de Marseille – From South Africa with love.
In the late 60s and early 70s in South Africa, there was rock n roll, curfews and banned books. The curfew did not affect me, neither did the rock n roll, it was the books that did. Hidden in the… Read More »A Personal Experience of South African Authors
Photo by Life Matters from Pexels Unconscious bias is at the heart of much racism, where people who genuinely believe they do not identify with racist practices are still unconsciously skewed in their perceptions of ‘the other’. Unconscious biases are ingrained stereotypes that… Read More »How to set an example for racial inclusivity
2/3 teams with the best defensive record in 19/20 Premier League season have already conceded a third of their entire total of last season. Manchester United and Liverpool FC. The league has thrown up a few bombshells so far, with… Read More »Table Talk: Who are the real dons?