SOS – Steve On Sunday

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SOS Steve on Sunday 8 November 2020 Greetings my fellow happy citizens, Health and weather first, the domain of the elderly. Me fine, thank you for asking. It has been a wet ten days or so here on the fringes of the Kalahari with close on 100 millimetres falling, and amazingly, we all survived although […]

Something Remains Rotten ‘Down Under’.

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by Hannes Wessels Following the miserable travails of Dr. Russell Pridgeon and Mr. Patrick O’Dea has been a disturbing and painful exercise and sadly, it appears there is no end in sight. My hopes, since I last wrote about this case, that those wielding the full force of the law of the land, who seek […]

A Letter to Oxford University

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With controversy continuing around the planned removal of the statue of Cecil Rhodes at Oriel College I thought it pertinent and enlightening to publish the recent submission to the Independent Commission by Dr. Duncan Clarke, author of ‘Rhodes’ Ghost‘.   Testimony: For Independent Commission of Inquiry  Rhodes’ Statue: Oriel College, Oxford University    Dr Duncan […]