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GAME DRIVES AND HOPE

It dawned on me yesterday morning around 3 hours into the most boring “Game” drive of all time. I was doing brain exercises in order to ensure that I didn’t lose consciousness from the devastating cold and from the mind Read More

WAITING FOR A SIGN

One has to wonder when the penny will drop. When not only the disillusioned and the sad people of South Africa will realize the depths to which we have plummeted, but when government will send us a sign to say Read More

A Shallow Comment that Cut Deep

Well that didn’t take long. According to the daily South African newspaper, The Sowetan, newly elected leader of the official opposition party, the Democratic Alliance, Mmusi Maimane, “Stunned the South African Jewish community” by supporting the ANC’s view on Israel. Read More

GWEDE MANTASHE STAMPS HIS FOOT

Gwede Mantashe is a not a smart man. He cannot be. There is simply no way that he would appear on national television and lambaste a troublesome Judiciary if he fully understood the consequences of his words. If he were,

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AL-BASHIR AND THE UNABRIDGED BIRTH CERTIFICATE

It must be tremendously reassuring to the Department of Home Affairs that President Omar al-Bashir is over 18 years old. Otherwise they could never let him leave. That is not without his full unabridged birth certificate and a signed affidavits

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CAITLIN, HOMER AND MIGRANT CRISES

You want to know something interesting? Last week, whereas 19.35% of global news media coverage was devoted to the freshly-femaled Caitlin Jenner, only 18.01% percentage was awarded to Isis and their poor behavior. The world press, it would seem, deemed

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If it walks like a Duck

South Africans are used to being lied to. For decades the Apartheid Government told its citizens that there were major advantages to “Separate Development,” that the different educations systems were equal and that its armed forces were not supporting the

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IT’S GOOD TO BE THE KING!

Jacob Zuma is missing the point. The fact that South Africans cope through humour doesn’t make any of this funny. It is not a shared joke that South Africans are enjoying with their leader. He needs to stop laughing because

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STAYING HOME WITH HOME AFFAIRS

If I were one who updated his Facebook status, I would write, “Howard Feldman is feeling proud”. Proud because South Africa, from June, will be on the front lines in the global fight against child-trafficking. It’s method’s are crafty and

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ESKOM AND THE MARCH

With stage 2 load shedding implemented as we speak, it is a real comfort to know that finally someone is doing something about the dastardly Eskom. And it’s the ANC. They have had enough of all this nonsense and in

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