Monthly Archives: February 2017

Don’t Quit. Play hard. Pray harder.

Two years ago the shareholders of the mining Giant BHP Billiton were disappointed because the company posted $7.8 billion loss and slashed dividend but today they are smiling because earnings have surged by 687% and dividend hiked by 150%. Think about those that sold their shares 2 or 1 year ago. They lost out because they couldn’t wait. Things may ... Read More »

A real Christian is an odd number…

“A real Christian is an odd number anyway. He feel supreme love for One whom he has never seen. Talks familiarly every day to Someone he cannot see. He expects to go to heaven on the virtue of Another, empties himself in order that he might be full, admits he is wrong to he can be declared right, and goes ... Read More »

God’s Great Plan.

Singapore recently released a report1 about how it plans to significantly grow its economy in the face of a slowing world economy and political disarray in Europe and the United States. The report released by the Singapore committee on the future economy highlighted seven key sectors that will help Singapore maintain its momentum in the coming years. The committee also ... Read More »

Speak out and Stand for Justice.

Benjamin Franklin was too harsh to my mind, when he said “Any fool can criticize, condemn and complain and most fools do.” he however drove the point home. It is very easy to sit down and complain about what is wrong with the system and yet do nothing.  On the contrary,  it takes maturity and wisdom to do something positive ... Read More »

Overcoming Love, Overwhelming Peace.

Bud Paxson, co-founder of Home Shopping Network, was so busy building a television empire he didn’t realize his marriage was failing. On Christmas day, 1986, his wife told him she was leaving him. Paxson was devastated. His children insisted he accompany them on a planned vacation to Las Vegas. While there, he picked up a Gideon Bible in his hotel ... Read More »

ANC’s 12 urgent tasks for South Africa.

return the land to the people using constitutional means Invest money in township and rural communities and ensure we build post-apartheid cities in our rural areas and vibrant businesses in our townships. No less than 30% of all government spending must go to black businesses and small, medium and micro enterprises Massive rollout of broadband infrastructure ensuring connectivity of schools, ... Read More »

Life lessons from Cecil John Rhodes.

I recently read a book entitled fifty people that stuffed up South Africa authored by Alexander Parker with cartoons by Zapiro (Jonathan Shapiro). The book that described the fifty most damaging, deadly and disastrous people in South African history.  Notable among the people profiled is Cecil John Rhodes. Who once said “Money is power, and what can one accomplish without ... Read More »