Sleep well my brother Eddie Kuhlmann

Kuhlmann PIC: COURTESY OF SUNDAY STANDARD
Kuhlmann PIC: COURTESY OF SUNDAY STANDARD

When I learned of the passing away of Eddie Kulhmann, at a tender age of 58, many images and memories of yesteryear started swirling around my head.

I am talking about our formative years, both as journalists and media houses, which were also still in their formative stages. Those were truly humble beginnings when newspapers that I found running were The Botswana Gazette, Mmegi and The Botswana Guardian.

The Guardian and The Gazette appeared to be better resourced with a good advertising while Mmegi was all grey with a lot of text that was mostly unsupported by advertisements.

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