Sanitation and hygiene in rural areas

July 19, 2017

The annual #MandelaDay frenzy of activity in South Africa is a reminder to us that the #fightagainstpoverty is a very real thing and it affects all of us. No country or company can thrive when a large percentage of the population is fighting abject poverty. Human dignity requires that our basic needs are met and […]

Are you phobic about germs?

July 18, 2017

We’re living in a world gone mad. Literally, people are besieged by a growing number of fears and phobias. It’s little wonder too. In an age of information, anything you want to know is available to you at the click of a button, sometimes to our detriment. If you have some spare time, watch some […]

Signs you might be raising a criminal

July 14, 2017

We have entered the age of helicopter parenting with the potential of raising a generation of narcissists. According to the latest study by Chris Segrin and colleagues, research suggests that over parenting young adults breeds narcissism and poor coping skills. Further, having ineffective coping skills amplifies anxiety and stress. It might be time to reconsider […]

How to avoid becoming a victim of fraud

July 14, 2017

Blue collar crime and petty theft are on the increase. As jobs are lost and people can no longer feed their families, the temptation to turn to crime is very real. Prisons are seeing more female inmates and this can largely be attributed to the rising cost of living. Stories of fraud abound. School administrators, […]