Tags » SAPS


Not long after starting this blog, Rhodes University was met with another shut down, much like the academic shut down near the end of last year. 884 more words

South Africa

The Minister of Finance & The step towards International Development

A few days ago, the Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, on behalf of the Federal Government, opined that the economic challenges currently facing the country are surmountable without it having to take any loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF). 1,192 more words

United Nations

Out of Time

Well, it’s about time. Literally. I’ve been cooking up a sequel to Whirlpool, the third novel of the Rational Series. On a back burner so far back that I was hardly aware of it. 480 more words


Hillary Clinton's Email Scandal

I read a hilarious article posted today on The Washington Post’s website.  The title and reporter: Why the Clinton Email Scandal and Petraeus Leak Are Not Really Alike Reporter Michelle Ye Hee Lee©(washingtonpost.com feb 24 2016) 453 more words

Where there's a will...

When it comes to the police force in South Africa, I tend to forget that they’re human too. I’m not very fond of some of the police I’ve encountered; the aggression and lack of community spirit makes me feel like I’m around a particularly abusive bully. 131 more words

4-year old girl killed and 9 others injured in N2 South crash

A four year old little girl has tragically been killed and nine others seriously injured in a accident on the N2 South before the M1 on Saturday evening just after 9pm. 117 more words



The South African Police Service has issued a warrant of arrest for the above man on suspicion of his being “too Capetonian”. The man was spotted at recent protest marches against Jacob Zuma in Cape Town… 14 more words