People don’t want to adapt, financially – Cape Argus

Life is complicated The work of a Councillor can be a challenge. Sometime ago, I responded to a woman who was unable to pay her municipal accounts. The house was in an expensive suburb on two levels with a pool, a garden and worth about R3 million or more. Her story...

Justice will prevail -Cape Argus

Justice will prevail Sometimes we must reflect on how blessed we are and thank the Creator for his mercy. Years ago I knew a man whose son was an addict. He was innocent until friends led him to drugs. His parents sent him from one rehab to another but his addiction...

SA’s border control and immigration processes are a joke – Cape Argus – 28 November

We need to be realistic about our immediate environment Since CNN is gripped with Pres. Trump’s impeachment and BBC is fixated on the Brexit narrative I view the CBS program “Border Patrol” which entails entering New Zealand, Australia and Canada. When measuring what...

Is it the taxpayers duty to create black billionaires? – Cape Argus – 25 November

Short term thinking comes at a long term cost The article “School building blitz kicks off in Mfuleni” Argus 20 Nov. brought back feelings of shame. Once again, Niall Mellon the Irishman is doing charity work amongst our “poorest of the poor”. I met the philanthropist...

SOE’s need skilled staff loyal to service”. It is in the Cape Times today. 20th November. – Cape Times

SAA is an example of futility South African Airways is a perfect example of how socialism and politicism is failing South Africa. Politicism means a political utterance and the theory that political factors dominate over others.  SAA was a joke of an...

To grow the economy and develop social cohesion, society needs responsible citizens – Cape Argus

Justice required Our latest crime statistics requires study. When a million homes are invaded by criminals and 21 000 citizens are killed, it is obvious that we have a serious problem with our law enforcement and judicial system. Since the Creator does not punish his...

Fight Xenophobia?Racism with Respect – Cape Times

Brexit is Xenophobia The periodic black on black violence across South Africa, is racism that has politely been renamed xenophobia. The attacks on black foreigners imply that local blacks dislike foreign blacks. Since local coloreds, Indians and whites are not...

Time to change definition of terrorism to protect state assets – Cape Argus

Politicians are allowing us to be terrorised by criminals Terrorism in the widest sense, is the use of intended violence, usually against civilians, for political purposes. Recently two metro police staff were killed whilst protecting a municipal housing project...

A genuine spiritual person cannot defend any form of injustice – Cape Argus

Spirituality required The recent comments by Chief Rabbi Warren Goldstein on the Anglican Church of South Africa for its resolution to support Boycott, Divestment, Sanction (BDS) actions against Israel requires thought. Rumi the poet said, “raise your words not your...

Taxpayers deserve respect from the reckless – Cape Argus

Consideration required Everyone has a body, a mind and a soul that requires a duty to develop, maintain and appreciate. Recently I visited a sick man where I witnessed the diabetic chain smoking. I considered how much taxpayer money is wasted on an individual who...