GROW BACKBONES, DA COUNCILLORS
WE certainly need an alternative to the ANC to restore this metro, but if the DA councillors are too scared to attend council meetings then how on earth can we expect them to have the courage to run the metro? Quite amazing. Leon de Villiers and co, grow some backbones or else step aside for real leaders!
YES, it would be awfully nice if the DA, instead of playing political games of "principle", would actually make some effort to get the right decisions made.
BARRY DE KLERK
DA, if you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem. Being anti everything is not a sustainable proposition. Get involved. Leon de Villiers, join township residents in service protests. Roll up your sleeves and take your affluent supporters into townships to show your commitment to a non-racial democracy for all. Chirping from the periphery just allows the ANC to maintain control.
STAY STRONG, NATALIE
SO sad that Natalie Jackson has to go through so much pain. I can't understand why those evil scumbags would do such an evil thing to an innocent person. God bless you, Natalie, and stay strong. One day they will have to answer for their evil deeds.
METRO COPS WON'T SOLVE CRIME PROBLEM
RESIDENTS, don't be fooled. A metro police will not solve our crime problem as it will only be made up of recycled useless traffic and security officers. Security can't even sort out the crime at Arlington waste disposal site!
BRICKBATS FOR THE HERALD
YOUR lead headline yesterday is very misleading and damaging to the entire organic industry, very self-centred/self-serving and irresponsible!
IT is a great pity that the role played by the Algoa Rotary Club was not mentioned at all in your report on the new Khayalethu Home. Without Rotary's financial aid the home would still be in North End. Enough said.
THE Herald should be ashamed to print misinformation about Rodney Gibson. He obviously acted on information provided by his client.