Letters

CXPRESS readers love airing their views and the most enjoyable part of our job is receiving and sharing them. Sometimes friendly, sometimes fierce, always fiery and sincere – every single opinion counts towards building an informed, involved and participating CXPRESS community.

Please note that views expressed in this paper are not necessarily those of the Editors or Staff of CXPRESS. Pseudonyms may be used, but all correspondence must include the writer's name and contact details. We reserve the right to edit where we see fit.

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  • 17 Apr 2019
    On the precipice again: musings on our marvellous land

    Arnold Toynbee - one of the brightest historians of modern times, as well as being a great lover of Africa - wrote that the world advances to the precipice of disaster, but never goes over it.
    Sounds familiar? So it must seem to many a South African as we face another national election with fear...

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  • 13 Mar 2019
    One swallow does not make a summer, so off to Clacton with you

    It’s enough already! In Plett there is never a shortage of people who complain about something, whether it’s about dogs on the beach, new developments popping up, this and that…
    Now we have swallows from Suffolk (hope I have spelt that correctly) moaning about horses on Keurbooms Beach -...

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  • 13 Mar 2019
    What the auditor forgot to ask...

    The founding provisions of our constitution guarantees citizens a government that is accountable, responsive and open; thereby it obliges all government institutions to comply with these principles in everything they do - Plettenberg Bay Residents and Ratepayers Association provided this...

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  • 23 Jan 2019
    My kind of person, Wandisile is

    In response to my recent letter [read ‘This ain’t no picnic…’ on page 15 of the January 9 edition], Wandisile Sebezo expresses the hope in CXPRESS of January 16 that we would “write less about that which divides us, and more about common-interest matters”.
    I believe that my own...

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  • 23 Jan 2019
    Why local newspapers may live long yet - 23 January 2019

    English journalist ADAM SINGOLDA recently quoted Warren Buffett thus in an article posted on ‘The Independent’ website: “If you want to know what’s going on in your town, whether the news is about the mayor or taxes or high school football, there is no substitute for a local...

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