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The Militant Nurse

1990, after the fall of the Berlin Wall, saw the inevitability of the re-unification of Germany, as Communism failed with the bankruptcy of Russia. Exciting times, indeed, on top of our own South African political metamorphosis. At St. Vincent’s Hospital … Continue reading

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THE CHURCH STREET BOMBING

Bert Sabatier was a mechanic of huge ability. If I visited him by vehicle, he would immediately detect if there was anything wrong with it and soon know exactly what. It could never wait for a more opportune moment. Bert, … Continue reading

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Escape: Writing – Goodies and Baddies

The Lord Milner School magazine featured my first poem; the following epic: Oh great thing, what are you? Where do you come from and what do you do? I come from Australia, and hop without failure! And if that’s not … Continue reading

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