Tag Archives: South Africa

Why we must vaccinate the World not just ourselves

The sudden emergence of a new variant called omicron by the WHO, should serve to remind us all that just ensuring that rich countries gear up with full vaccination programmes will not save people in poor countries from catching virus variations … Continue reading

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Reinvigorated by our World Merit Global Ambassadors

Sometimes, just sometimes, I feel a little jaded. A feeling of déjà vu overtakes me when I think I am sure that I have done this before and then really remember that I have. 51 years in politics is a … Continue reading

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What now for South Africa?

Is Jacob Zuma currently the President of ANC and the Republic of South Africa now an electoral liability to his Party? As readers of this Blog know I keep in regular touch with local government throughout Africa but especially with … Continue reading

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