It’s the same everywhere, isn’t it? Government facilities offer unparallelled opportunities to “hurry up and wait”. And we wait. And wait. For hours – placid as cattle. There’s just no […]
I wish I could tell you that this blog post was sponsored by a pharmaceutical company, but you know, the medical professionals get the perks, we just get an ever […]
“This is the worst I’ve seen you in almost a year.” I wasn’t so bad though… The patient ahead of me wore bright yellow overalls stamped ‘remand/detainee’ and clanked past […]
I began my BA through UNISA (University of South Africa) WAY back in 1994. The intention at that stage was to become a teacher, so my major subjects were English […]
White cell count and therapy at the state hospital today. I hope I manage to stave off the anxiety for longer than last time, but it will, of course, be […]
It’s very easy in South Africa, to indulge in mournful and negative opinions of our country and bleak predictions for its future. The haves frequently renew their foreign passports and […]
Light a candle on September the 10th.