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by Hannes Wessels I was relieved to finish this because the reading was an emotional and often painful roller-coaster of a ride that left me … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels David Coltart is a man who I have long held in high regard. Courageous and principled, he has been at the fore … Read more →
HIGH LIFE Shame on those white liberals who paint white Rhodesians as oppressors while supporting murdering maniacs like Mugabe. Taki 16 July 2016 9:00 AM The … Read more →
The traditional view on those that tend to ignore history is that they’re set to repeat it. But in Simon Reader’s assessment of Hannes Wessels’ … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Anyone seriously interested in how we came to be where we are in South Africa and where we might be going, … Read more →
by Andrew Donaldson THE short answer to the question that is the title of RW Johnson’s new book, How Long will South Africa Survive?, is roughly … Read more →
Reviewed by Trevor Grundy “Nyerere -The Early Years” by Thomas Molony (Published by James Currey) African leaders who were not corrupt kleptomaniacs but, instead, fairly … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels As the decimation of wildlife throughout Africa gathers pace it seems certain that, barring an intervention of miraculous proportions there will … Read more →
By Trevor Grundy 8 November 2014 Trevor Grundy writes on former Commonwealth SG ‘Sonny’ Ramphal’s autobiography “Glimpses of a Global Life” Commonwealth’s concern … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels “The number of wild animals on Earth has halved in the past 40 years, according to a new analysis. Creatures across … Read more →