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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    Jy lyk soos ’n Jood

    Jul 02, 2020 Go comment!
    For a about a week and half (maybe two-weeks maximum), I had a friend who was called Jacobus Johannes Hercules Fourie. He hailed from Potchefstroom, where the name is less unusual than it might be in the leafy suburbs of Johannesburg. We were at university together, and I liked him immediately on meeting him at orientation. He was everything that I wasn’t, given that no one had thought to name me after a Greek g-d.
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    • DanielIsrael

    Good clinical judgement and optimism a doctor’s best medicine

    Jul 02, 2020 Go comment!
    Every facet of a doctor’s world today is new. I sit here on a cold winter’s morning with my office windows open wide, and while I generally enjoy the morning breeze, I would usually opt for a heated office in June. In medical centres today, air conditioners are taboo, as are coughs, elevators, doctors wearing normal clothes, and – heaven forbid – a fever.
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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    Would a Sunday COVID podcast work?

    Jul 02, 2020 Go comment!
    Sometime back in early March, when we were young, I had the idea of asking my friend, Dr Anton Meyberg, to record a podcast with me. He is a pulmonologist physician, and I could already see that he was displaying an uncomfortable obsession with this COVID-19 thing that was having an impact on countries around the world.
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    • AboveBoardShaunZagnoev (3)

    Escalating infections drive home need for responsibility

    Jul 02, 2020 Go comment!
    The South African Jewish Board of Deputies’ (SAJBD) community leadership meeting on Sunday, 28 June, contained sobering news of the increase in the COVID-19 infections in society in general and in the Jewish community in particular.
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    • sexist

    Challenging sexist culture in our boys

    Jun 25, 2020 Go comment!
    On a chilly Saturday night, we logged in to a Zoom panel discussion with 40 boys and 40 girls from two very well-known private schools in Johannesburg. The discussion was on gender-based violence, and they were in the middle of a fascinating exercise.
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    • DanDiker

    US peace plan secures sovereignty for Israelis and Palestinians

    Jun 25, 2020 1 Comment
    International audiences have been fed a heavy diet of misleading, factually false, and even propagandistic news and commentary on the United States administration’s Mid-East peace plan.
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    • AboveBoardShaunZagnoev (3)

    #InOurHands

    Jun 25, 2020 Go comment!
    From the very outset of the COVID-19 crisis, Jewish communal leadership has worked exceptionally well together to help our community negotiate these difficult times.
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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    No nuance to ‘cancel culture’

    Jun 25, 2020 1 Comment
    We know this: it’s much easier to stand on the extreme side of any discussion than it is to contemplate the nuances of the conversation. Which is why the trend of “cancel culture” is a particularly thorny one.
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    • HarryJoffe

    Hold tight, it’s going to be a bumpy ride

    Jun 18, 2020 Go comment!
    Just how is COVID-19 changing our lives on a personal and geopolitical level?
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    • MarcLubner (2)

    Ubuntu – the philosophy we need right now

    Jun 18, 2020 Go comment!
    As a philanthropist rather than a psychologist, I know more about people helping each other than why they do it. At the moment, we’re seeing much more in the way of actual help for those affected by coronavirus than I’ve seen for any other cause anywhere in South Africa, ever.
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    • ZvikaOpEd

    Stop Israel from making a terrible mistake

    Jun 18, 2020 2 Comments
    Israel has reached an historic junction. It’s now able to expand its legal borders and declare its sovereignty over parts of the occupied territories it has held since the 1967 Six-Day War.
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    • AboveBoardShaunZagnoev (3)

    Jews a convenient scapegoat for communities under stress

    Jun 18, 2020 Go comment!
    When societies are under stress, there is heightened risk of racist conspiracy theories and scapegoating. This is particularly true in societies where historically speaking, the population has been divided along racial, religious, or other such lines.
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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    Is it the frum or the virus we’re targeting?

    Jun 18, 2020 Go comment!
    It has become my routine each Shabbat morning during level 3 lockdown to go for a walk with my family.
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    • RabbiGreg2

    Don’t stand idly by the blood of Collins Khosa

    Jun 11, 2020 1 Comment
    As I write this, America is burning as the police move to crush the protest against their brutal action. George Floyd is now a hashtag that’s stirring a country. And what about South Africa? We are reeling from the reports of the treatment of Collins Khosa, Petrus Miggels, Sibusiso Amos, Elma Robyn Montsumi, Adane Emmanuel, and other South Africans at the hands of our own police.
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    • AboveBoardShaunZagnoev (3)

    SA Jews meet crisis head on

    Jun 11, 2020 Go comment!
    As lockdown eases and people around the country tentatively start going back to “normal” – at least as far as circumstances allow – we understand that COVID-19 and the dire effect it has had on the economy will be with us for a long time to come.
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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    Avoiding bringing your agenda to news

    Jun 11, 2020 Go comment!
    One of my least favourite biblical stories takes place about a year after the children of Israel fled Egypt. During that time, they are said to have witnessed the magical splitting of the sea, received the ten commandments, and formed a complex judicial system.
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    • DanielleSack

    Back to what really matters

    Jun 11, 2020 Go comment!
    On the crisp Tuesday morning of 2 June 2020, I walk through the gates of Yeshiva College for the first time in more than three months.
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    • BarrySchoub

    Move to level three sparks dangerous complacency

    Jun 04, 2020 1 Comment
    The pandemic of COVID-19 is a public-health emergency not seen since the devastating Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918/1919, which was responsible for more than 50 million deaths. It has challenged the resources and commitment of governments and citizens to an extent unprecedented in our lifetime.
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    • AboveBoardShaunZagnoev (3)

    Don’t relax your guard

    Jun 04, 2020 Go comment!
    As much as the country’s move to level-three lockdown is to be welcomed, it’s critical to understand that returning to work doesn’t mean going back to normal. It has to be accepted, unfortunately, that “normal” as we understood it pre-COVID-19 won’t be restored for a long while. For the foreseeable future, we must continually adapt our behaviour to minimise risk to ourselves and those around us. As always, our day-to-day behaviour should be governed by what the medical experts recommend, and I once again refer you to our COVID-19 Jewish Community Platform to obtain regular, up-to-date medical advice.
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    • Howard Feldman 2018

    It’s not complicated – I can’t breathe

    Jun 04, 2020 Go comment!
    Every now and then we need to feel blind rage. Every now and then we need to set aside political affiliation, religious adherence, and historical context and just feel overwhelming uncomplicated horror, grief, and devastation.
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