Monthly Archives: Dec 2014

I heard a snatch from a radio programme last week that tried to assess what people thought of Ellen Tshabalala’s resignation as chairperson  of the SABC. I was annoyed that the reporter, who was interviewing members of the public, focussed on the importance or otherwise of having proper qualifications. That misses the […]

Ellen Tshabalala: an unqualified failure

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Let me share with my friends here my last Simply Communicate newsletter for 2014 (and a scary picture).   How has your year been? I hope that you will be able to set aside some time over the next month or so to reflect on the year and prepare for […]

Reflection at the end of the year

The international community responded to a call from Community Development Initiatives International (CDII), a South African non profit company, by submitting Messages of Goodwill to the Youth of South Africa to recognise International World AIDS Awareness Day. CDII partnered with the City of Tshwane to recognize the 26th Annual International […]


I thought I should share my emotional state where Eskom is concerned.  I very often, tend to watch Discovery channels and find the many few american people a bit over the top.  They always preparing for the ‘End of Days’ and now lately most of these movies tend to have […]

Theory on Eskom and the Apocalypse

Aloha! What I love about the diversity of cultures, traditions and religions is the incredible storehouse of wisdom that can and will impact our lives, should we welcome different ideas into our lives. Here is a beautiful Hawaaian way to heal conflict, with anyone, anywhere.  Mahalo for your kokua, Hawaai! […]

Ho’oponopono – a time to heal.

The sacred season of Advent is upon us, bringing  for us the promise of Hope, Love, Joy and Peace, which we so dearly need in our time. This season also reminds us of World Aids Day on 1 December and Day of Persons with Disabilities on 3 December. The season […]

Re-Membering Nelson Mandela