• 05
  • Jul
A vindicating review of a flawed test given to foreign trained medical graduates blows up a seemingly bias scheme to undercut a group of 240 medical practitioners graduating from overseas institutions.  This situation has left me wanting to apologise for my preconceived notions about the assumed under-qualification of these young doctors. 
  • 28
  • Jun
Growing up in the UK in the 1980s, I used to love taking the train. I even liked the clattering, overcrowded Tube trains (they’re not as glamorous as the tourist brochures make you believe).
  • 28
  • Jun
Children are facing challenges that plague their immature minds in ways those of us who are parents and supportive adult family members NEVER faced at such young ages.  We are losing a lot of our kids – but, all is negative!  We can fight to save our young people by changing our way of thinking.
  • 21
  • Jun

As a time traveler, I always feel Namibia in the 1990s is a nice era to visit.
On my last visit, I came back with a song in my head. Some of you may remember it. 

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