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by Hannes Wessels As a father of two impressionable teenage girls I am having a tough and at times frustrating time trying to undo the … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels All of us who follow the news are getting used to being lied to but this dishonesty normally relates to the distortion … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Recent revelations exposing Oxfam as a well organised haven for sexual predators should not come as a surprise to anyone who has … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Reading Jacques Pauw’s explosive new book, “The Presidents Keepers” is depressing, enlightening and terrifying. The scale of corruption and state-sanctioned criminality in … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels After 37 years of brutally destructive rule it looks like the curtain may finally be coming down on the Mugabe regime. … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels In South Africa the mood across the media and political spectrum is one of jubilation. On Wednesday last week the Finance Minister … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Jeremy Clarke in his Spectator, ‘Lowlife’ column raises a very interesting question with regard to people who are anti-Trump and asks … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels The West has probably never been more polarised along political and ideological grounds than it is today. The accession to power … Read more →
by Hannes Wessels Looking back at the personalities and institutions involved in the demise of Rhodesia and the forced transition to Zimbabwe under Robert Mugabe … Read more →
by Milton Friedman Of the 49 countries in Africa, fifteen are under direct military rule and 29 have one-party civilian governments. Only five have … Read more →