Twenty Years on by Patrick McKeating

It was a day of firsts. The visit of President Clinton was the first time I heard the phrase ‘no stone unturned’. As 9 year olds we all had to write about the visit of the most powerful man in the world to our city. A boy named Christopher wrote that the CIA would ‘leave…

How President Bill Clinton benefited from an Oxford scholarship established by the founder of apartheid in South Africa – by Patrick McKeating

The older among you may remember the African country of Rhodesia. Keith Clifford DuPont was its last president, queen Elizabeth was its head of state and Rhodesia’s capital was Salisbury. It was named after it’s Victorian founder and owner Cecil Rhodes. Ever heard of him? He personally owned 20% of Africa, dominated the global diamond…