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Monday, 12 August 2013 10:26

Interview: Ann Cozens

Ann is an expat Brit, now living in Australia ...

Monday, 12 August 2013 10:10

Interview: Andrea Wernecke

Are you really a woman? OOOOOOh yes, and I love to be a woman with my heart and my soul!

Prove it. I kiss better than I cook :-)

Monday, 12 August 2013 09:03

And the winner was ...

Kelly, who won two tickets to the opening night of Balletopia at the Playhouse Theatre Somerset West tells us what it was like.
Saturday, 10 August 2013 10:47

Interview: Tracy Loader

Are you really a woman? As far as I know, from birth.

Saturday, 10 August 2013 10:36

Interview: Andrea Toerien

Andrea Toerien, originally from Paarl, now teaches English in Taiwan.

Friday, 09 August 2013 12:12

Interview: Tass Auműller Schwab

Are you really a woman?

I wish we lived in a world that was not gender based. But people based, our souls selves to be the only criteria we are judged or seen to be.

I have grown into being a woman but somehow that is not where I began. I was genderless for most of my childhood, until my mother sincerely asked me when I was going to be like other girls. The fact that I was a girl was not something that I wanted to be when I was a tyke. I was put into dresses only to screw them up between my legs to make shorts. I gradually became aware of my body and its gender as I grew up. I have not wished to ever change my gender, being happy with this assignment in this life.

Friday, 09 August 2013 10:34

Interview: Louise Patterton

Another women's month interview, this time with Louise Patterton - one of our readers.

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 09:05

Life Lessons from a Travelling Woman

Bettina Horvath, who is a marketing consultant, an entrepeneur, a mother, a theatre lover and much more, who lives in Somerset West, tells us about leaving Austria for South Africa.

Oh I can write an entire book about what this picture symbolises! It was shot on the 4th of August 1997, at Vienna Airport. I was about to board a plane to Cape Town, never to return (except for visits). Talk about a milestone! It has truly been the most important turning point of my life. From then on, everything changed. So much so, that today, 16 years later, I can hardly speak my own dialect (Viennese) .

Tuesday, 06 August 2013 09:03

What makes a Woman? Zunia Boucher-Myers

If you're already one of our readers, or follow us on any of our social networks, Zunia Boucher-Myers will be familiar to you. She is, of course, a LandnSand writer. She lists her hobbies as co-owner and chef of the Avontuur Estate Restaurant, photographer and a long list of other things you will find out as you read. I decided to ask her a few rather irreverent questions (and some serious ones), so I did a Q&A session with her. With her tongue firmly in cheek and her eye on the proverbial ball, I give you ... Zunia. Please send her back in good condition when you're done.