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Today I’ll keep it very brief. Today, in our local community is a day of both remembering the good times as well as the sadness of a friend’s untimely passing. Yes Mick… you are sadly missed. Not only by your … Continue reading
There was hopeful joyous anticipation, even celebration On that momentous 94 April day of awaited rejuvenation Expectant cues formed at each and every polling station To vote for the new leaders of the young Rainbow Nation Great promises of prosperity … Continue reading
Have you been faced with the situation of being told to move on… to get over it, you’ve had your say now just forget about what’s eating at you. About two months ago a did a few posts about what … Continue reading
I ask myself if I’m allowed to even dare suggest that crime and violence is sport. But on the other hand, if I don’t ask the question, will I not also be culpable or complicit in the carnage? Yes, that … Continue reading
The more I thought of the news my GLW shared with me on Saturday morning the more the loathing increased. I am, at this point of my life, finding it very, very difficult to call myself a proud South African. … Continue reading
Stefaans, or Steve to his friends, was sitting opposite Zach. His indigo blue eyes perfectly offset by his tanned features. A bit Hollywood, thought Zach. Only one difference, Stefaans was for real. No acting here… just the self-same old friend … Continue reading
Today I’m beginning a few posts about a set of events and their impact on our lives… an impact we will never forget! We are the lucky ones… the good lady and I, to be able to bring you this … Continue reading
“This place is full of mystery… full of rumour, myth… tales of greed and dying. This place is touched. “ Zach will always remember that night around the camp fire at the oasis… the hot springs about a day’s walk … Continue reading
There’s that old line, used by many a man … Beauty is in the eye of the beholder Time’s onward march queries the plan Oft burdening the already weary shoulder Questioning where toils and strife began Or, is it merely … Continue reading