Zuma Has Fallen Zexit has hogged the headlines in Africa ever since power was pried from the clutches of President Robert Mugabe & President Zuma took centre stage. Time might move slowly in Africa – But change can happen in the twinkling of an eye – Or at least as fast as Don Clarke can write a
Life in the UK has a sepia tint to it today. Hurricane Ophelia has altered the skies above us. The pic of sunrise in the USA today is for benchmarking – & because we need friends & we are all doing our bit to get a good trade deal from our American cousins 🙂 Shhhh…
Grass is Legal in South Africa The news burnt through the headlines. It’s legal to grow & smoke dagga. Like most facts of our times, this is true, but not quite. Judge Davis with two other judges concurring found that laws prohibiting the use of cannabis and the possession, purchase & cultivation of it in private
Summertime, & the living is…. frisky? I was sent these snaps the other day. Looking at them got me thinking back on what it felt like to sweat – Or even perspire. That won’t be happening again on Mud Island until around June. I figured I might as well share. Who doesn’t like a bit
Brexit IN it or OUT of it – Did you VOTE? A referendum was held in the UK on 23 June 2016. The electorate voted & decided that Britain will leave the European Union. That’s Brexit. Simple. Media & commentary before & after the referendum has been colourful, complex & it seems everyone is Tweeting.
Primal urges have driven many tribes to great success and total destruction They have done the same for many individuals, too, but this post is not about that……… Modern day cavemen are back. They were spotted recently on Facebook, that tool that unites & divides tribes, families & friends everywhere. These guys in skins brandishing
Power Playlist Old music does make me either sentimental, philosophical or just plain simple. Either way, while listening to Rodriquez & going through twitter I came across a post, ‘We’re all guilty; let’s get past that to a place where we can properly address the problem’ I thought it was about Africa. It was