My son asked me the other day why someone was using a sprinkler to water their lawn.
We were travelling through Blaauwberg and we had just been talking about the severe water shortage and what we all needed to do Continue reading →
The final day was always unlikely to be an exciting one, with everything pretty much in the bag. There was that slight glimmer of hope for Arsenal grabbing fourth place, but once Liverpool’s first went in, it was game over Continue reading →
If Rodney Berman or even Don King watched a little bit of rugby, they would have their next multi-million dollar promotion after this weekend.
I, for one, would love to see either one of Eben Etzebeth or Sonny Bill Williams Continue reading →
It’s been a traumatic week.
Our worst fears were confirmed last Saturday, our hopes and prayers dealt a cruel blow, when the body of little Courtney Pieters was found dumped on a field in Epping Industria, about 600m from the Continue reading →
It’s like riding a bike.
That’s what they say when you have to remember to do a task you haven’t done in a long time.
And that’s what Dillyn Leyds will be telling himself when he starts at flyhalf for Continue reading →
The season has come to an end, and looking back, it’s been fantastic.
But surely one cannot end off one of the most phenomenal seasons of kapdraaie [ solo part] and innovative skondeer patte [when the choir backs up the Continue reading →