CategoryBooks

test

Ch.8: Great Discoveries (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Louise and Lindiwe leave the island and head back to Pretoria by bus. The bus stops over at Laingsburg and the ladies relax over a cup of coffee. Lindiwe takes up the topic of 'oppression'. God released the oppressed Israelites from Egypt, but if He is so against oppression, then why is He allowing...

Ch.7: Life on the Island (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Robben Island Prison boss Vorster arrives at work to find that he has yet again been deceived by his principals. Nelson Mandela was removed from his prison cell during the night without his knowledge. The night shift wardens have been sworn to secrecy. Nobody, including Vorster, knows where Mandela...

Ch.6: Township Times (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

The SA Police bus arrives in Laingsburg in the Karoo, on route to Cape Town, where the Pretoria cops will help their Cape Town colleagues in quelling a black uprising planned for Gugulethu township. While the cops wait at the fuel station’s shop to received their hamburgers and coffees, some of...

Ch.5: Laying Down the Law (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Washington D.C-based human rights lawyer Pearce Ellison is experiencing his own Apartheid. The African-American is the sole black on his company’s board. Every idea that he puts on the table is shot down. He needs to land a case and a client that will see him respected by his colleagues. Nelson...

Ch.4: Breaking News (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

Having heard PW Botha speaking on television about Mandela and the danger that the ANC poses to South Africa, Lindiwe realises that the ANC icon is the key to a New South Africa, and he should be unharmed at all cost. She escaped from the hospital and makes her way to Cape Town. At the railway...

Ch.2: Kill Mandela (The Mandela Effect, V.1 Black and White) e.1

In 1987, the Vosloo Grill was the hangout for off duty policemen in Pretoria. Colonel Jaap Cornelius and his prestige Lieutenant Pieter Erasmus are discussing how the country is under siege from the ANC and its affiliates. The anger among the policemen is rife when they consider several of their...

Recent Posts