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I cannot fathom Mike of Bloubergstrand's way of thinking (see ‘Traffic departments, take note...’ on the Letters page of issue 380).
He readily admits to exceeding the speed limit, gets caught, and then blames everyone except himself for the fine. He then decides to seek revenge on Knysna...Read more
I admit it. I broke the speed limit: "At least" 92km in an 80km zone. Your traffic employees thus exercised their right, and fined me R200. I paid it.
Now I exercise my right. Bye-bye!
Plett and Knysna will NEVER have to worry about my reckless speeding again. A regular (‘till now) holiday...Read more
I truly hope someone out there can help because I've tried and tried but to no avail. There is justice for all and everything but what happens to our pets and other animals?
I'm a 32-year-old living in Kranshoek and my heart burns to see how animals are being abused and neglected, especially...Read more
As regular visitors to Plettenberg Bay, we would like to say the following:
Plett is looking much cleaner, with much less litter than in previous years. The parking guards seem more professional.
The shops, especially décor stores, are stocking better products for the house, with less Chinese...Read more
In CXPRESS of November 20 appears a photograph of a Polo overtaking on a blind bend (read ‘Let’s curb insanity on our roads’ on the Letters page of issue 377).
I fully agree that this type of driving cannot be tolerated at all. However, I can only guess that Margaret Gould took the picture...Read more