Who doesn’t like a good literary rivalry?

It's laptops at dawn, fellow

A Kiwi supermarket has brought in a 'quiet hour', but why stop there?

Reducing noise helps everyone be a better version of themselves. Here's how

Friends should sign contracts with each other

Noting down the rules of palship would go a long way in preventing ill feelings and squabbles

The small prison cell South Africans create in the middle of our minds

Our fear of crime is part of the baggage with carry with us when we head overseas

The Rugby World Cup means a lot to me, even if I won't be here to watch it

A few rugby games won't change the fact that we're living in a seemingly doomed country, but for once there's a spirit of barely suppressed hope

DARREL BRISTOW-BOVEY | Everyone should have an impossible life's challenge

You don't? Give solving this impossible 100-year-old murder mystery a go

Why spending hours queuing at govt departments is actually a good thing

Idle time’s not wasted if you know how to use it

You're never too old to need a father figure

Characters in books provided a lonely boy with examples of how to be a man — and they still do now that he's all grown up

How not to negotiate: lessons from a salesman who sold rain

Charlie the Rain King had much to teach about striking a deal

Fancy dress is the worst – and people who inflict it on their guests appal me

Fancy dress is to parties as pink hair-dye is to women: if you need a gimmick to make you interesting, you're not