Readers’ views via SMS
IT will be lovely to see the back of the ore dumps and tankers. However we will all be dead before there is ever a leisure development on that poor little waterfront.
Leading EC farmer dies at 81
LEADING Eastern Cape merino wool farmer Roy Berrington, 81, was buried last week at the 1820 Settler village of Sidbury. He died following a short illness.
Let mayor pay up for his wasteful spending
WASTEFUL expenditure is not only fraud and wasting municipal money on fruitless expenditure, but it is also when councillors and municipal officials do things without regard to the consequences.
Teachers treated badly
IT’s not surprising that 70% of those readers polled felt teaching should be declared an essential service and teachers prohibited from striking, but it’s likely they never experienced short pay, no pay, theft of salaries, lousy working conditions, pathetic increases and incompetent management at all levels.
Now do something about mess
THE Herald cover-page article, “Health MEC blasts staff” (February 15), really hit the proverbial nail squarely on the head.
Cutting down trees kills 214 birds
ON Saturday February 10 two trees were cut down in Fort Beaufort, and 214 birds (adults and young) were killed in the process. This was as a result
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