Does the SAP SUCK?

As if taking our loved ones before their time wasn’t enough, the Covid 19 pandemic has done more than just strain our health care system and put most of us under house arrest, it has also laid bare the many unspoken inequalities our society has, up to now, accepted as a way of life. Whilst...

A Question of Balance

It’s that time of year again, the one day when, perhaps, shy guys and girls take a leap of faith and anonymously send the object of their desire a smoochy card declaring their undying love. Trouble is, very often that object of their ardour may be all but a stranger to them, a shiny bauble...

The Farm That Fuels Kid’s Future

Rechie Duenas is a young farmer who lives in Mindanao, Phillipines. He owns a small farm of about 12 hectares in a village called Pomolok on which he grows corn which is, in turn, made into beer. Every heard of corn beer? Me neither. The important thing is that this productive farm earned enough money...

Mount Matutum

General Santos City, like any other in the world, can be an exciting place to live and work with it’s shopping malls, restaurants, movie theatres and general hustle and bustle. But along with that fast pace of life can come stress, pollution and burnout born of a continually fast-paced lifestyle that can leave the most...

The History of Mardis Gras

Mardi Gras is a tradition that dates back thousands of years to pagan celebrations of spring and fertility, including the raucous Roman festivals of Saturnalia and Lupercalia. When Christianity arrived in Rome, religious leaders decided to incorporate these popular local traditions into the new faith, an easier task than abolishing them altogether. As a result,...

There’s a World-Wide Epidemic and It’s Not Covid-19

Something nasty is spreading around the world, infecting millions of people. It’s side effects are hysteria, paranoia, fear and greed. It’s favoured method of transmission is not saliva or unwashed hands but the far more virulent conduits of Facebook and Twitter. It’s not Corona virus but the gigabytes of fake news surrounding the world-epidemic, or...

The Beauty of Books

Someone once said that being “Between the pages of a book is a wonderful place to be.” Tell that to a teenager or student, however, and you are likely to be given, at the very least, a look of incredulity. Why? Thanks to the inexorable rise of social media, less than 20 percent of U.S....

The Children of Malu

According to the United Nations; “The world’s indigenous population has been estimated at 370 million individuals living in more than 70 countries and made up of more than 5.000 distinct peoples. Although representing 5% of the world’s population, indigenous peoples account for 15% of the world’s poorest people. Indigenous peoples face many challenges and their...

Sexual Health E-Book Sales Copy

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Filipino Outsourcing

Ask anyone what is the first thing that comes to mind when they think about the Philippines and the top ten might include beautiful beaches, warm and friendly people or trying to adjust your body’s temporal expectation clock to the famously elastic ‘Filipino time’. Way down the list, if at all, might be that the...