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‘Same Shit, Different Government’, the first book on Democratic Alliance (DA) corruption, has surpassed 1500 free downloads [update: 2000 downloads on 7 January 2020]. With the ascension of Helen Zille to DA Federal Council Chair, and Alan Winde to Western Cape Premier, the book is now more relevant than when it was released in March this year. President Cyril Ramaphosa and biased lawyers, journalists, NGOs and Chapter 9 institutions remain criminally silent. ‘SAME SHIT, DIFFERENT GOVERNMENT’ ‘Same Shit, Different Government: Part 1 – The Corruption & The Intimidation’ is the … Read the full article…
FREE DOWNLOAD: The ‘Black Book’ contains 66 poems from my younger years. Visit the main page to read more and download for free – https://wp.me/P9Of25-1O, or click the image below for automatic pdf download to your device.
This is the 40th day of my hunger strike against corruption in South Africa, particularly the Media and ANC members who’ve been protecting the criminality of the DA.
Thank you for spreading the truth about DA corruption. You’ve downloaded my book, SSDG (‘Same Shit, Different Government’), 1100 TIMES. That’s a R165,000 giveaway before counting the many that have been emailed.
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Local muso, Pierre Opperman, and Knysna FM DJ, Wayne Greenstone, contemplated the seasons when looking at a willow tree that stands in front of Wayne’s patio. Winter had it looking forlorn without leaves but in spring it budded again and the birds were happy on its shoulders. The result is a song called ‘Old Man Willow’, a combination of acoustic rock and afro pop which has a rhythm as calming as a stream trickling thorough the Knysna forest. You can download it for free here…and then share: PIERRE OPPERMAN & … Read the full article…
South African singer, PIERRE OPPERMAN, has released Diary, a wonderfully mellow compilation of his emotions. It’s 10 acoustic rock tracks are the perfect soundtrack for sunrises and sunsets, lazy Sunday afternoons or for those wishing to unwind and leave the troubles of the world behind them. It’s a perfect representation of his idyllic hometown of Knysna which is located on the Garden Route of South Africa. A highlight is the opening, bluesy track, ‘Slow Train’. Pierre’s voice soothes as a “cool wind takes the leaves for a ride”. ‘Slow Train’ … Read the full article…