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Tag Archives: South Africa
Introduction In this bulletin we review death reporting for COVID-19 in South Africa, with some comparison to the United Kingdom and other global regions. South Africa reported deaths are shown together with comparisons of Case Fatality Rates (CFRs) that may … Continue reading
As I seem to spend most of this weekend commuting from Central London to Eton on trains running through Twickenham, I have not been able to avoid the rugby world cup. I now know that West London is populated entirely by Kiwis, Boks and Aussies … Continue reading
The majority of the population finds financial and investment matters to be confusing, at best, and intimidating. Recent legislative changes, particularly those related to freedom and choice at retirement, have increased the level of intimidation to such an extent … Continue reading
I live in West London – Brentford and Eton (lower Slough). If I want to eat, a curry is the natural choice, if I buy groceries, it’s most likely from an Asian grocer. My Grandfather was the Methodist minister for Hounslow, his … Continue reading
The future for DC may well be a fund manager’s future but it’s a fund manager with big ears and a small mouth who is most likely to win.
For posterity, here is the last page of ESPNcricinfo’s wonderful commentary of the last overs of the Jo’burg test twixt the Saffers and the Aussies. South Africa 266 & 339 Australia 296 & 310/8 (86.5 ov) Australia won by 2 wickets Australia RR3.57 Last … Continue reading
I was t-boned by an entrepreneurial garage owner on Saturday who , after shunting me off the road enterprisingly suggested that he would be happy to do the repairs on my car. I politely declined feeling it vaguely inappropriate. I … Continue reading
The other man’s grass is always greener or so it would seem if you work in the UK pension industry. Over the years we have got used to a succession of overseas dignitaries visiting our shores, speaking at our conferences and … Continue reading