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Koeberg’s disgrace

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Koeberg has disgraced itself. It has just shown almost unbelievable incompetence, as if its senior management does not know what it is doing. I must

Russia attacks nuclear plant in Ukraine

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After Russia began attacking the Zaporizhzhia nuclear station, a news report said, “reactor hit”. Ukraine’s foreign minister, Dmytro Kuleba, tweeted that if an explosion occurred

Why the ANC hates small business

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There is only one thing that stops South Africa from having the thriving small business community that would solve our awful unemployment, make our economy

Mandatory Covid-19 vaccines are an abomination

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I speak as someone who probably owes his good health, and perhaps his life, to mandatory vaccination over sixty years ago. I say that it

Kindness can be dangerous in South Africa

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A gentle old man I knew was murdered in his Cape Town house by a poor man because he had been kind to him. This

Putin, Biden, and the Ukraine

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In 2016, I saw in person a famous man who died 98 years ago. He was a short, bald man in dark suit lying on

Why we must pay for Eskom’s sins and follies

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Must honest South Africans pay for Eskom’s sins and follies? I’m afraid we must. If we don’t, the economic consequences for the country are calamitous.

My racist relative

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This is a shocking story about a racist cousin of mine. I was reminded of it in this age of Critical Race Theory (CRT) and

SA shuns the most efficient transport

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The most efficient vehicle ever invented is the bicycle. It delivers far more person-kilometres per unit of energy than any other vehicle. A mediocre cyclist

The real danger to democracy in the US

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There is a rather sinister haze over the anniversary of 6 January 2021. A year ago, a motley crowd of hooligans, clowns, thugs and freaks