#grateful for a mixed up day, not having its normal flow, but still getting my work down; for Leah coming to do a much-needed clean 🙏; for a surprise message and subsequent call from a Russian Tour Operator, looking for local Tourist Guides, what a lovely lady, asking interesting questions; for meeting Gift, a Malawian friend of Henry our Building Manager, who will help me to clean Camps Bay over the Festive days and into January, the Camps Bay & Clifton Ratepayers Association Continue reading →
#grateful for a wonderful day; for an amazingly fantabulous 2 hour breakfast at Grand Pavilion in Sea Point, with the great company of Mullerie Taljaard, whom I met at Zest on Tuesday for the first time; for a good walk to Zest from Grand Pavilion; for putting together a quick promotion for Zest with the beauty service providers in Piazza da Luz for Women’s Month; for a working afternoon, getting into bed early as the mist rolled in, it becoming very cold, after a fabulous sunny day; and for being healthy, happy, and free. 🙏💙 Continue reading →
All of a sudden, the talking point aside from the Corona Virus, is the degree of privacy which more than 2 billion What’s App users have, given that the Communication App belongs to Facebook. A Facebook Terms & Conditions update due for February will apply to What’s App too. Scores of persons are running off to newer and similar platforms Telegram and Signal, the latter said to be the most secure of the three and is recommended by Elon Musk.
Not understanding what the huge furore is about, I Googled to find information about the three platforms. Few local publications have written about the topic, so I selected a detailed explanation I found on India Today: ‘What’sApp vs Signal vs Telegram: Which is more Secure’.Continue reading →
Clem Sunter is one of our country’s top and also an international scenario planner, who has consulted for China, the Zanu FP, and Botswana, but never the ANC. Addressing the Thursday Club over lunch at Buitenverwachting yesterday, Sunter encouraged the audience to ‘not get too downcast, as we are still in the Premier League‘, he said. Chef Edgar Osojnik prepared a generous 3-course meal, many guests not being able to finish all of it.
Clem Sunter attracted attention in the ‘Eighties with his ‘High Road, Low Road’ scenarios, and has been speaking all over the world, writing books, and hosting strategy workshops with corporates and even governments. He has used the analogy of a fox, being smart in its competitive environment, and the title of the books now refer to Continue reading →