THE REFRIGERATOR BOX.

A little bedtime story to fill a small gap. Readers are welcome , and encourage to leave comments. THE REFRIGERATOR BOX.  Leigh Morris and Helen Beswick were about 8 or 10 years old.  Leigh is my youngest daughter.  She is 10 years younger than my two older daughters Emma and Philippa.  This makes for a very interesting … Continue reading “THE REFRIGERATOR BOX.”

SAY YES TO RACISM – PART 2

Part 2 Readers are welcome, and encouraged to leave comments. To summarize at this point: – For the last couple of centuries the Curleys have not been able to get those things (mentioned above) that they want, by themselves, even though they  have been given every chance, opportunity, and protection to do so. The Curley’s … Continue reading “SAY YES TO RACISM – PART 2”

KUSILE COAL FIRED POWER STATION – COMPLETION DELAYS.

Readers are welcome, and encouraged to leave comments. Thanks. KUSILE POWER STATION (July 2016) Preamble: – I have developed an interest in Nuclear Energy for South Africa.  It appears from the general tone of publications put out by Eskom that their intentions are not to even think about Nuclear Power until either, or both Kusile, … Continue reading “KUSILE COAL FIRED POWER STATION – COMPLETION DELAYS.”

GHANZI – COLD, WET and ARMED.

Readers are welcome, and encouraged to leave comments.  Thanks GHANZI: COLD, WET, AND ARMED. AUTHOR – JIMBO AT MORNING TEA EN-ROUTE. It was February 1977.  I was running a “Survey Practice” with survey teams working all over Southern Africa.  It was my good luck that I could visit my Survey teams at their various sites … Continue reading “GHANZI – COLD, WET and ARMED.”