Category Archives: 30 Back in SA

Still Life

Today I saw the cobra lying by the side of the path about ten metres ahead of me. Coiled up like a liquorice wheel, like a hosepipe, she was so still that for a while I thought she was dead. … Continue reading

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#MillionsMore?

On the eve of ME Awareness week and the annual May 12th #MillionsMissing campaign, I’m interrupting the Africa Clockwise story for a moment to update you about the risk of #MillionsMore. Last July, in the blog #LonghaulersUnite, I warned that … Continue reading

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Back on the Tightrope

Could there be a silver lining to the hearse-black world-covering cloud of COVID-19? Could the fact that more than 10% of infected people go on to develop long term complications unlock vital funds that will finally enable groundbreaking research into … Continue reading

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