Monthly Archives: January 2012

On the DASO poster

Is it at all possible that in this year of our lord 2012, 20 years after the end of apartheid, after we have declared ourselves a rainbow nation, after Oliver Tambo, my late beloved Dad, spoke of us being neither … Continue reading

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I am Chastised and Contrite.

This is one steeped in shock and amazement.  Yes, my shock and my amazement.   I’m surprised to have been chastised. My friends have berated me for the peace I wrote entitled ‘Quarterly Man Lament’.  It seems I am being unfair … Continue reading

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The Jozi Cop Encounter

I had a very bizarre experience, which I shall share.  It was about 1.30am and I was on my way home.  I think they stopped me because I didn’t wait for the traffic lights to change.  But, as far as … Continue reading

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Are They Mad?

Ambulances must pay tolls on Chapman’s Peak? Really?  Is that because they’ve installed an e-toll fancy fence at Chapman’s Peak?  Or is it just that the municipality of Cape Town is nuts. Let me make this very clear.  Ambulances which … Continue reading

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Quarterly Man Lament

I swear I’m the last romantic standing.  Cynics to a fault the lot of them, my girlfriends.  I have my moments too.  The thing is, they’ve all done men.  They’ve been through the love that hurts, and the love that … Continue reading

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