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by Hannes Wessels Soon after being mauled by a leopard ‘Danny’ was posted to Management Unit based in Wankie National Park. This arm of the … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels The new buzz-word in South Africa is ‘transformation’. It’s on everyone’s lips; politicians, newspaper-editors, talk-show radio hosts, sports-coaches and celebrities. I’m trying … Read more →
by Martin Redfern What on earth was Angela Merkel thinking when she blithely proposed taking in 800,000 (eight hundred thousand!!!) Syrian refugees in a year? … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels I think it’s fair to say that had the government of Ian Smith been African and not European Rhodesia would have … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels I have never said I’m terribly bright. I’ve read a lot and seen a lot I suppose (I’m nearly 60 and that’s … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels In the face of possibly the biggest media-inspired lynch mob in history let’s assume those millions who have reached a … 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 →
by Hannes Wessels In a thought provoking Spectator article some years ago ( 5th. February 2005) Andrew Kenny asks what defines ‘Left’ and ‘Right’ … 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 →