As I was sitting eating breakfast in Misty Cliffs this past week, a huge sea otter galumphed across the beach in search of the best place to dive in and fish. Surfers spent hours trying to catch the right wave.

Elsewhere in the country it seems people are ready to abandon all patience with an election in the offing or when things get tough. The election, in particular, continues to force a maddening of the rhetoric. Calls to ensure that the lights aren’t switched off in favour of the energy transition are dog whistles from Dubai with an election approaching when everyone knows that we are on a very slow and steady path of decommissioning in SA...

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