Monthly Archives: July 2011

It’s all Greek to this Plato

Far too often we let politicians get away with spouting the type of waste product that emerges from a bull’s bum. But the residents of Beacon Valley in Mitchells Plain are a welcome exception…. They deserve a ‘hip’ and a … Continue reading

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Adjusting my colour

The SABC has launched what is likely to be a vociferous television buddy for two of the Western Cape’s most raucous tabloid newspapers, the Daily Voice and Kaapse Son. It’s called Colour TV – and it’s a 13-part series about … Continue reading

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Homage to a Hero

In the summer of 2003, I was looking for ideas for articles to include in a Reader’s Digest Christmas magazine when a friend said: ‘Why don’t you write about The Black Christ?’ Sad to say, I didn’t know who or … Continue reading

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