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27 November 2015

Posted in MEDIA by Natalie Rungan

26 November 2015

Posted in MEDIA by Natalie Rungan

Grahamstown Festival

Posted in MEDIA by Natalie Rungan

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Cut and Paste

Posted in BLOG by Natalie Rungan

CUT and PASTE   I have to admit that apart from Google that happens to be my go to for everything, cut and paste has to be my favorite tool. It’s just made writing so much easier. But I wonder whether this tool has made us all a little bit

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A heart like a taxi…

Posted in BLOG by Natalie Rungan

  a heart like a taxi, he said as he left it took me a while to figure out what he meant so then my mind lingered way back to the start to men that I love, yes I have a taxi heart they come and they go in seasons

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World stages…platforms of great influence

Posted in BLOG by Natalie Rungan

So I was driving around with my 15-year-old nephew who insisted on being the dj for this 90min journey. To my absolute horror, what he chose to listen to (which kept him thoroughly entertained by the way) was “Shake them thunder thighs”.  I think that’s the title. If I could

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The Paw Paw in your back yard

Posted in BLOG by Natalie Rungan

   Isn’t it amazing how so often we fail to see treasures in plain sight .We don’t know it’s there until someone points it out and often can’t believe we didn’t see it ourselves. I came across one such treasure in Durban’s “back yard”. Albert Park has over the years

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