Sunday World - - Opinion -

MEY­ERS­DAL Eco Es­tate near Al­ber­ton, Ekurhu­leni, has to be the moegoe this week. On Mon­day, seven con­struc­tion work­ers were killed when the house they were work­ing on col­lapsed.

This is the same es­tate from where a gi­raffe was trans­ported on the N1, where its head struck a bridge. It sub­se­quently died.

A gi­raffe, the tallest liv­ing crea­ture on earth, stand­ing at 6m, can­not go un­der a bridge where the le­gal load­ing height is 4.3m. But they could not fathom this.

Not only can they not trans­port an­i­mals, but it seems they can’t build houses ei­ther.

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