Category Archives: Southern Cross

A House of Cards

A society without an ontological moral watchdog effectively polices itself – it justifies its own actions to the point where it expresses moral outrage and indignation when questioned on its actions, as is currently playing out on the Nkandla stage: … Continue reading

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Latin–A Point of Contention

A response to ‘Latin means centralisation’ – Southern Cross December 12, 2012. Mr. Hicky, you betray your motive! You begin by explicating the rights and wrongs of Latin grammar as used in a recent edition of the Southern Cross and … Continue reading

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