Renee Moodie, Safe Hands

If you say someone is or has safe hands, you mean that person can be trusted to do a job well and without making mistakes. 

The expression comes from British journalism (and is used a lot in cricket, of a fielder who never drops a catch). 

My bottom line: I offer fast, accurate and trustworthy services – from coaching to editing to online journalism. 

Covid-19 vaccine rollout – why the government needs a lot of help from its friends

I am not yet 60, and so I won’t be getting a Covid-19 vaccine any time soon. But it’s not clear that anyone over the age of 60 is getting a vaccine any time soon either. The South African government’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout plan has it that phase two begins on May 17, 2021 – but there is general skepticism that this will in fact happen. A May 1, 2021 Moneyweb report notes that: The…

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