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Chutzpah, spin doctors, pantomime politicians and liars in public places

Trevor Grundy | 26 May, 2020

  By Trevor Grundy   What is the effect of large-scale lying on the psychology of a nation? Does lying on the grand scale have the same effect on a…   Read more >

Cummings and Johnson are ‘cowards’ and are treating the British people as if they are ‘fools’

Trevor Grundy | 25 May, 2020

  By Trevor Grundy London, May 25 (2020)  – – – One of Britain’s top behavioral scientists, Stephen Reicher who is the professor of Social Psychology at St Andrews University,…   Read more >

Zimbabwe’s best- loved musical instrument is introduced to billions during cultural diversity week

Trevor Grundy | 22 May, 2020

Kenny Mangwena  from Zimbabwe playing the mbira at an African culture festival organised by Music for Change in Canterbury, southern England  (Picture: Trevor Grundy)   By Trevor Grundy As many…   Read more >

The Coronavirus pandemic is accelerating in Africa and disaster faces the Global South

Trevor Grundy | 1 May, 2020

As always, the poor and the under-nourished will be the first to fall. A woman waiting to be fed by Roman Catholic missionaries at the border of Zimbabwe and Mozambique…   Read more >

Public anger mounts alongside growing desperation from endangered NHS workers and critical health watchdogs

Trevor Grundy | 30 April, 2020

Despite warnings from the WHO, the British Government was painfully slow to organise a national lockdown. Picture shows  some of the 250,000 people who gathered at  the Cheltenham  racing festival…   Read more >

Ghost of Hitler blocks search for truth in Germany 75 years after end of World War Two

Trevor Grundy | 27 April, 2020

Germans are being  asked to help find the memories of the little people whose lives are the backbone of history. But the haunting spirit of Adolf Hitler and the murder…   Read more >

Public life in Britain sinks as low as the country’s best-known playwright can remember

Trevor Grundy | 24 April, 2020

David Hare – one of Britain’s  most outspoken  men of letters   By Trevor Grundy London, April 24, 2020 – – – David Hare, arguably Britain’s best known and most…   Read more >

Stop spinning and give us some truth The Sun and The Times tell Johnson’s promise-rich ministers

Trevor Grundy | 22 April, 2020

Sir Simon McDonald – forced to make an embarrassing verbal somersault to placate a shaky Johnson government.   By Trevor Grundy   London, April 23, 2020  – – – Britain’s…   Read more >

South African editors worried about the impact coronavirus will have on media publishing houses

Trevor Grundy | 21 April, 2020

  The South African National Editors’ Forum (SANEF) is deeply concerned about the increasing number of media houses facing drastic falls in earnings as a result of dwindling advertising due…   Read more >

CJA warns against misuse of emergency powers to silence independent media coverage of crisis

Trevor Grundy | 20 April, 2020

CJA warns against misuse of emergency powers to silence independent media coverage of crisis   By Trevor Grundy   The Commonwealth Journalists Association (CJA) has expressed its deep concern that…   Read more >