Lisa Joshua Sonn
OPINION: The spirit of Mandela Day, every day
Lisa Joshua Sonn says she made a number of discoveries on Mandela Day this year.
OPINION: The pressure of depression
Lisa Joshua Sonn says dealing with depression when you are not depressed is very complex.
OPINION: Brexit and learning the value of your vote
Lisa Joshua Sonn says that as shown by the Brexit result, many people don’t attach a value to their vote.
OPINION: The opposing forces of racism and empathy
Lisa Joshua Sonn says that as South Africans, we will be verbally or mentally racist for a long time.
OPINION: The value of a father’s role
Lisa Joshua Sonn says times are changing and more dads are tuning in.
OPINION: How do you know when you’re gay?
Lisa Joshua Sonn is asked a tough question by her six-year-old son.
OPINION: Domestic goddess, domestic goodness
Lisa Joshua Sonn says being a domestic worker in SA leaves thousands of women vulnerable to exploitation.
OPINION: We are living in a wounded society
Lisa Joshua Sonn says it appears more parents are abdicating responsibility for their own children.
OPINION: Growing bacteria is a ‘culture’, but rapists rape
Lisa Joshua Sonn says rape is not a ‘culture’. It is a crime against humanity.
OPINION: Racism will not ‘come right’ by itself
Lisa Joshua Sonn says unravelling racism and prejudice will require a process of acceptance and awareness.