Virus is everywhere. Coronavirus has gone viral in the physical, mental and emotional realms as well as in Cyberspace. It is literally everywhere. The fear and stark reality of COVID-19 has literally paused the world. The Fight While governments and organisations do their best to contain it, everyone is doing their bit to either fight
September – South African songwriter Don Clarke
Uys has made me cry many times over the years, often with laughter – not always. A razor-sharp satirist, with or without eyelashes.
Rhodesian Remembrance is observed at the annual July Braai, an event hosted by the Rhodesian Pioneer Club (UK). It took place on 29 July this year. The Rhodesian remembrance service included an understated talk that is far too topical in the world today. It was more “Now we” than “When we”. It touched on topics like
April in South Africa: Easter: Splashy: Freedom Day If you missed the Easter service (or any other), you can catch up here. Derek delivers an on-line service from Northern Ireland (via Facebook Live) every Sunday at 1.30pm. Splashy & Freedom Day Don Clarke performed many of his songs at Splashy this year. The current mood for
Blame the Whites / Blame it on the Whites A reconcilatory song I listened to a song by Don Clarke mainly out of curiosity. A long time Kristofferson fan, the title reminded me of Blame it on the Stones. After grabbing the headset, I pressed PLAY. Catchy title/catchy tune, all good. I wanted to know more so