Editorial

September Editorial

Versatile and flexible. That is what we should be aiming to achieve in our physical upkeep and the running of our business if we intend surviving in our current depressive and negative economy. There are so many opportunities to generate…
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JULY EDITORIAL

Most of the Political Performing is completed with periodic outbursts from different sides of the political spectrum.  We are truly a performing country. Speaking of which I am delighted to hear of money being allocated to various theatres for the…
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June Editorial

I am tired of promises. Everybody makes them. Some may even mean to do what they promise. But do they follow through? Very, very few. Political promises have swamped everyone but please check out a petition to Mr Ramaphosa, our…
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May Editorial

Technology versus craft or should they, can they be combined in the learning process especially at a young age? As a child I grew up with both parents talented and very hard working. They didn’t have the benefits of technology…
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APRIL EDITORIAL

The diversity of the cultural scene in our country always intrigues me. The innovation and bravery the artists from all the genres show when opening their artistic abilities for public viewing impresses me.  The public can be very critical and…
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February 2019 Editorial

Thoughts from the editor for 2019 – education and training, standards, creatives, doctors, dancers and dog breeders. Education and training are two very different animals.  You need the first in order to understand the possibilities that could be available to…
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DECEMBER EDITORIAL

………. A short time perhaps when measured by the calendar, but endlessly long to gallop through, as I have done, at times accompanied by splendid people, advice, applause, and orchestral music, but basically alone …………. Franz Kafka, “A Report for…
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