Writing about abuse brings it into open
KAZEKA Mashologu Kuse, you are to be commended for your columns speaking out against the sexual victimisation of young black women in the business world (“Businessmen think you’re fair game, young woman”, January 31).
Municipal spin doctor must go
I AM referring to Roland Williams’s letter, “Report tabled in council last year” (February 6). Why does this highly paid municipal official not provide the true facts pertaining to this fruitless and wasteful expenditure? Why are we paying him from the public purse to mislead the very people who pay his salary?
SA people suffer because of Eskom’s incompetence
THE problem with our world is that it seems to be endlessly bountiful from an individual perspective, a planet where every whim can be satisfied.
Readers’ views via SMS
DEAR Jub Jub. There is a vacancy in the DA for a tea boy. The tea lady has been promoted to parliament.
Must be able to discipline their children
I HAVE read press reports about the lack of corporal punishment in homes and schools. It is very sad.
I AM utterly astonished to see all the schools in the country open for the second term on April 10, the day after Easter
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