Monthly Archives: November 2011

But is this enough justice for little Masego Kgomo?

http://www.iol.co.za/news/crime-courts/killer-grins-at-muti-murder-sentence-1.1187916. Her murderer not only took part in searches for her, knowing full well she was dead but also refused to reveal who his accomplices were, leaving them free to maim and murder other children.  If I were the judge, … Continue reading

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A charity well worth supporting …

Regular readers may have seen a post in February about a wonderufl new charity.  Well that charity is going from strength to strength and the committe recently had their second main meeting.  As ever, it was filled with laughter, love … Continue reading

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Opera singers have soft breasts and other weekend learnings …

Friday night I went out for drinks with J. He and I have been friends for a long time. Originally colleagues who worked on a project together (I took some of his staff over when they moved to my site), … Continue reading

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Protected: Dear employer … just a little word in your ear please …

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Killing sacred cows the vegan and vegetarian way …

I think we successfully slew a few sacred cows today … which is not bad for a bunch of vegans and vegetarians … Our usual, sadly now weekly, fur protest was going to be somewhat different in that we were … Continue reading

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A life well lived – RIP Christina Scott

If I close my eyes for a moment, I can still see her.  An accented voice on the phone transformed into a tiny bundle of frenetic energy, dark of hair, purposeful of tone, striding into the office and demanding to … Continue reading

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