I intended writing a post about South Africa now rating the fourteenth largest contributor worldwide to the carbon emissions that are a huge concern for those of us who still breathe. Instead, I ran into Evita Bezuidenhout (albeit online) and decided that she should update us about what is really troubling the locals.
Pieter-Dirk Uys and Evita Bezuidenhout
Pieter-Dirk Uys has given life to Tannie Evita ever since I can remember – an unbelievably long time. He has made me cry many times over the years, often with laughter – not always. A razor-sharp satirist, with or without eyelashes, he’s had his finger on South Africa’s pulse since Pik wore his first tie.
Evita Bezuidenhout – Then and Now and Again
Evita speaking earlier this week for dorpkoerant.co.za. I had to re-do the format to try to comply with https and GDPR laws (project in progress) – but all content credit is given to the linked source site.
Evita speaks about topics that concern people everywhere – Some increasing so here. The UK seems broken by a Brexit which hasn’t yet happened and the political jive feels almost familiar.
Free speech, power, fake news and alternative facts? Take it away, Tannie!
Pieter-Dirk Uys has a few books available on Amazon, but if you want to watch or hear him, I see his work is mainly available from iTunes. Explore more, and once again, we get a small comm if you use our links.
Have fun if you spend your half loaf. More adult smiles can be found in our Adults section.
Emigrating, or just wondering where you came from?
Visas? You don’t know unless you ask. Fancy a free trial to see if it’s worth tracing your ancestors? Remember to simply cancel if you find it’s not for you. I have found My Heritage to be useful for the South African and Rhodesian branches that are particularly tricky. No guarantee, genealogy sources depend largely on luck, but you might want to give it a go.