SOUTH AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE, TWENTY YEARS HENCE. PART 2.

A LOGISTICS RECONNAISSANCE REPORT OF NORTHERN ZAMBIA AND EASTERN DRC DURING NOVEMBER 1997 SHOWS THE VARYING DEGREE OF INFRASTRUCTURE DECLINE IN THE TWO COUNTRIES. START PART 2. The degree of deterioration seems to depend on two things.  One: the level of development at the time a particular African country achieved it independence, and adopted majority … Continue reading “SOUTH AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE, TWENTY YEARS HENCE. PART 2.”

SOUTH AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE IN TWENTY YEARS HENCE. PART 1.

The question arose recently – What will South Africa’s infrastructure look like in twenty years hence.   Well, it is hard to say.  There are three ways with which to predict the future.  One, is to take cognizance, of what happened in the past “History” – One damn thing after another, AND, two is “Mathematical Probability”, AND, … Continue reading “SOUTH AFRICAN INFRASTRUCTURE IN TWENTY YEARS HENCE. PART 1.”

THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT – A MILDLY AMUSING TRANSLATION.

THE HOUSE THAT BUILT.  This is the farmer that cut the corn, To feed the cock that crowed in the morn, That woke the priest all shaven and shorn, Who married the man all tattered and torn, To the maiden all forlorn, Who milked the cow with the crumpled horn, That tossed the dog, That … Continue reading “THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT – A MILDLY AMUSING TRANSLATION.”

JIMBO’S HARDCORE VOLCANO RUN. OCTOBER 2012. PART 2.

Readers are welcome, and encouraged to leave comments on this blog-site. START PART 2.   Ja Ja, just catching my breath in Van Zyl’s … Well that lucky ol’ sun must have cooked my brain ’cause I forgot to insert Jim’s contribution to day 2. Jimbo’s observations of Bray to Van Zyl’s Rus. Day 2 … Continue reading “JIMBO’S HARDCORE VOLCANO RUN. OCTOBER 2012. PART 2.”