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I am writing this letter for two reasons - firstly, to thank everyone for what they have done for me and secondly, if perhaps you find yourself in the same predicament, to encourage you to swallow your pride and reach out.
You’ll be amazed at the great number of kind, helpful and generous...
I read with interest, as one does, the letter and report regarding the recent devastating fires by Mrs Mudge and Mr Ackhurst [see pages 4 and 15 of the June 28 edition at www.cxpress.co.za], both with valid and interesting points.
Mr Ackhurst’s proposal to re-establish belts of indigenous...
Kranshoek resident KAYLIN KIETAS, 18, penned these words after CX Country’s recent fire disaster
By messages received ringing and vibrating through your hands, alerts were sent out, telling us to get ready: a storm is on its way. A rush went through our hearts as we were forwarding messages...Read more
I realise that you must have been as horrified as everyone about the fires which our area has been subjected to, and I send my condolences to you and to everyone in your municipality that has suffered in any way.
I have lived in Bitou since 1976, and was personally affected by the fire at The...
Apropos the Kenya camels featured on page 11 in CXPRESS of May 17, here’s even more for the Plettenberg Bay Beach Set to be thankful about - for the moment, that is. Warning: these beach invasions, and probable consequences thereof, are migrating south. They’re already just north of East...Read more