Friday, September 17, 2021

Let’s Pay

By Kabelo Mollo My wife claims I belong to more WhatsApp groups than the average man. She claims that many of them are obscure and strange. I always wonder how she knows this, but I suppose wives know best. One of the group’s I’m in boasts some of the best creative...

A dog’s life

By Kabelo Mollo This week my wife and I’s semi perfect suburban yuppie home was turned upside down by a new arrival. An arrival that is desperate for attention. Needs feeding twice a day and must be entertained so as to keep her from causing trouble. This week our very cute,...

So long, BT

By Kabelo Mollo SARS Cov-2, has been a nuisance since it landed on our shores last March. It feels like we’ve been living with this burden for eons now. We have gone through extreme cases of anxiety, to despair, to desperation to hope, back to despair, anxiety and desperation once...

What a week!

By Kabelo Mollo What a harrowing week it has been. Watching our brethren across the Mohokare revolt by way of violent protests and looting and dare I say, wanton criminality. Watching gas tankers and other essential economic drivers get burned down, while warehouses, malls and shop fronts have faced similar destruction....

Beyond Docile

By Kabelo Mollo This last week I had an interesting interaction with a mate on social media. Meichomie as he’s better known made a strong argument that he felt Basotho were not docile and were in fact full of fight as witnessed by the “Bacha Shutdown” and factory workers strike....