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Plain Barny - Project (mis)management

I’ll admit I’ve snorted derisively at the fees demanded by architects to project manage a build.

I’m not snorting now.

I’ve just spent 30 minutes providing a detailed explanation of our roof cladding requirements to a bloke who, it turns out, I’d asked to quote for our stairs. 430 more words

Farm And Family Life

Feedback: Meeting between GOSA, WC Dealers, and SAPS

Feedback regarding the meeting between GOSA, representing a large group of WC Dealers, and the SAPS (CFR) last Wednesday, 7 June. In summary, the meeting was was highly constructive and the outcome positive. 368 more words


Pretoria Mob Performs Illegal Eviction of Arts House in South Africa

Sunnyside, Hatfield, Pretoria, South Africa — 10 June 2017

Early Saturday morning around 8am a group of roughly 40-50 people, claiming to be a medley of community associations, stormed the property of Mthubi the Hub, a nonprofit arts organization based near Hatfield at 1005 Arcadia Street. 1,304 more words


Because I am Woman...

Over the month of May, South Africa had been faced with one tragedy after the other. A trend broke loose of abductions and killings of women. 270 more words

In The News

1 June 2017: Two Guys - investigate state capture

President Zuma says he will initiate an investigation into state capture – subject to a court challenge.  On the sidelines, the IPID/SAPS debacle continues unabated


Weekly Press Review - 29 May 2017

A gas explosion led police to a house in Mowbray this week resulting in the seizure of R2.8 million worth of illegal abalone.

According to the press, police spokesperson Noloyiso Rwexana said that the seizure in Montclaire Road in Mowbray had dealt a blow to illegal trade in marine resources. 226 more words

Weekly Press Review

Minister Mbalula is a Gun Owner

It has been an interesting few weeks for our Minister of Police, Fikile Mbalula. During a media briefing on 25 April he alluded to the problem of (hopefully illicitly-owned) firearms by stating “There is a lot of AK47 here in this country. 851 more words