I (UNFORTUNATELY) attended the rugby game between South Africa and England, where some of the spectators behaved so disgracefully by booing one of our players – on more than one occasion.
To add insult to injury, I had to visit the ladies’ toilets twice, and on each occasion, not one of the toilets were in working order; no water available to wash one’s hands after using the toilets!
To me, as a nursing sister, I was absolutely furious to experience these kind of conditions in a brand new stadium.
What must the visitors from overseas think about Port Elizabeth?
Who is responsible to see that these facilities are in a clean and hygienic condition?
Why no water supply during such a big match when the management should know that thousands of people (especially women) would use the toilets.
If at any time in the near future I contract an infection of any kind which can be linked to these dirty toilets, prepare yourself for a civil suit coming your way.
And it is not a threat, it’s a promise.
The Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium will never see me again; not even if I get a ticket for free – even then I will simply just give it away.
Susan van Schalkwyk, Despatch