Tag: JFK

Remembering Dr Alex Magaisa, An Intellectual Powerhouse. 1975 – 2022

When Neil Kinnock resigned as Labour leader after losing the 1992 general election, John Smith was seen as the obvious successor. He was deemed to have “immense credibility born out of natural integrity and years of public service.” He was head and shoulders above… Continue Reading “Remembering Dr Alex Magaisa, An Intellectual Powerhouse. 1975 – 2022”

THE GATHERING STORM – BATTLE TO LEAD AND SHAPE THE WORLD

A week before World War II began, 22-year-old JFK was in Berlin after taking a year from Harvard. He used his time to travel to the Middle East as well as working in the US embassies in London and Paris. During his work, he… Continue Reading “THE GATHERING STORM – BATTLE TO LEAD AND SHAPE THE WORLD”

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