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|Monday | December 09, 2013|
Nelson Mandela, the leader of the anti-Apartheid resistance in South Africa, and one of the political icons of the 20th century, passed away last week. He was a key catalyst in bringing South Africa a measure of social and racial justice, writes Anthony Sampton
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Despite the fact that there is quite a bit on your plate, you’ll be able to carry out tasks in your own way and style this week.
VAASTU GUIDE: Kitchen
POWERFUL NUMBERS: 4th, 6th, 10th, 15th, 19th, 24th, 31st
GEMS: Black pearl: Public relations
COLOURS: Mustard yellow
He's a different kind of man," laughs Suparna Singh. "Despite being his wife, I barely get to talk t...
Greg Warner is a motion picture executive, and Kim Warner is a stay-at-home mother to Sammy and, later, Emily. Kim’s sister, Christine Hughes, and Christine’s husband, Jimmy Hughes, along with their two sons, Dominic and Logan, live in the Warners’ guest house. Much of the show’s humour comes from the fact that all four adult leads are largely stock characters. Greg is the stereotypical “nice guy,” constantly being henpecked by his high-strung wife. Both contrast to the decidedly working-class and less restrained Hugheses, with Jimmy having the personality of an oaf and Christine being somewhat crasser.
"Sometimes we enter art to hide within it. It is where we can go to save ourselves, where a third-person voice protects us."