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STREET DOGS: Albert Camus on pestilence and complicity
Plagues have a way of recurring in the world, yet somehow we find it hard to believe in ones that crash down on our ...
Faith in lockdown flies out the window when churches reopen
Tuesday’s decision to allow places of worship to gather when the country moves to Level 3 of the lockdown on June 1 ...
This is uncharted territory for everyone, including you
While doctors, ethicists and politicians feel their way, individuals need to listen or bear the consequences too
The clunking government fist on corona echoes Stalin’s Soviet Union
Shutting out citizen input, science fakery, academic witch-hunts. It’s sounding very pre-1950s Russia
Let’s use our unity to end the other plagues ravaging South Africa
Every life is noteworthy, so we need keep solidarity alive in the battle against our nation’s many other ills