Help fund this Film about Jesse February

Jesse February chess player In 2013 I started filming a documentary about the Uitenhage Chess Festival. This event was organised by, Elizabeth Muller and Maria Diedericks for about 12 years. They have both since retired. I  filmed some footage and interviews and raised about Read More →

My Eulogy Andrew Arries RIP 1926-2014

Andrew Arries RIP 2014 For anybody who doesn’t know me I was raised by my mother in Uitenhage, South Africa – a small town near Port Elizabeth. Andrew Arries was friends with my grandparents, and later everyone just called him, Uncle. For as long Read More →

Yusuf Moses: Persistance To A Motivated Life

Mr Uitenhage Yusuf Moses ABET teacher This is the story of my friend Yusuf Moses, one of the most motivated people I’ve ever met. After years of ups and downs, he is now a respected ABET teacher, happily married father of two daughters. When we first Read More →

Losing My Faith in being a Jehovah's Witness

The Jehovah’s Witness organisation, also know as the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, has become known as a very secluded and insular organisation. It is one of the more controversial denominations of the Christian religion. From my earliest days in Read More →

Blog Action Day 2008 – Poverty

Last year I blogged about more efficient living in Johannesburg. This year I plan to blog about something my plan to solve poverty in Uitenhage over the next 20 years. All South African bloggers should get directly involved in Blog Read More →

Qhubeka moving South Africa forward with Nine Million Bicycles

The song Nine Million Bicycles by Katie Melua is perhaps not the most inspirational song in the world. However, it does make you feel good, if you are even just a little bit as nostalgic as I am. Recently the Read More →