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Georgina Guedes

Georgina Guedes is a freelance journalist who loves to bring grey areas under the spotlight. She writes about politics, parenting, feminism and food – but not often in the same articles. She lives in Johannesburg with her husband and two children. You can follow @georginaguedes on Twitter.

Opinion 22 Jun 2018 10:49 am
A conversation snippet overheard at a local coffee shop makes GEORGINA GUEDES wish she’d turned around to give this Trump defender a piece of her mind.
Opinion 12 Jun 2018 12:04 pm
Having lost a loved one to suicide, Georgina Guedes is fighting against the decision to take one's own life.
South Africa 08 Jun 2018 18:05 pm
Cyril Ramaphosa attended the Afrikanerbond’s centenary celebrations. Is he pandering to the opposition or promoting cohesion?, asks Georgina Guedes.
Opinion 29 May 2018 09:59 am
Irish women living all over the world rushed home to vote in a referendum to ensure reproductive rights for their sisters living at home. Georgina Guedes salutes these Irish women.
Opinion 22 Mar 2018 10:42 am
Facebook users who are panic-deleting their accounts in the wake of the data “breach” are missing the point of what they’ve been participating in all along, writes Georgina Guedes.
Opinion 10 Mar 2018 09:58 am
Three stories this week have blown the collective mind of South Africans this week. And they didn’t even emerge from the political landscape, writes Georgina Guedes.
Opinion 02 Mar 2018 07:48 am
White South Africans need to manage their expectations around what Cyril Ramaphosa can - and should - deliver, writes Georgina Guedes.
Opinion 13 Feb 2018 06:42 am
A number of outrageous news stories have turned out to be true, but the one piece of true news we’re anticipating never seems to make it into the headlines, writes GEORGINA GUEDES
Opinion 19 Jan 2018 11:01 am
Whatever you think about Aziz Ansari and 'Grace', there’s a lesson to be learnt from the story of that' bad date', writes GEORGINA GUEDES.
South Africa 04 Jan 2018 13:52 pm
The minimum wage for domestic workers for 2018 has been set. But it doesn’t even begin to scratch the surface of what your helper does for you, says Georgina Guedes.