Filth and law­less­ness of in­creas­ing con­cern

The Rep - - IN OUR POSTBAG -

WE NEED unity of Queen­stown writes: Prince Al­fred Street looks like a dump­site. Bro­ken ve­hi­cles and buses are parked on the wrong side of the road. This has been go­ing on for months. Black rub­bish bags are torn open by stray dogs look­ing for food. The grass is not be­ing cut on the pave­ments and empty beer bot­tles lit­ter the streets.

The four-way stops mean


for a happy birth­day are ex­tended to Ro­ley and Ge­orge God­ley (to­day), Khloé Naidoo (to­mor­row), Roshea van Heer­den and El­sone van Wyk (June 28), Fin Weak­ley (June 29), Polly Rus­sell (July 2), Johnny de Vil­liers (July 3), Peter Hayes (July 5), Far­ian Flesh­man, Sarie Els and Son­wabiso Mfengu (July 6) Khany­iso Casa and Julie-Ann van Wyk (July 7).


birth­day noth­ing as ve­hi­cles sim­ply drive over.

The newly-painted li­brary needs to be painted again and loud mu­sic pumps from homes un­til late at night. At 5.30pm, the street is trans­formed into a rac­ing track, par­tic­u­larly by the driv­ers of Golf ve­hi­cles.

Please do some­thing! Let us stand to­gether as a rain­bow na­tion, take hands and pray for a bet­ter South Africa. wishes to War­ren-J Smouse (June 11), Way-Leen Alexan­der (June 20), Kaylin Ven­ter (June 21) and Odwa

Bokoda (June 25).


con­grat­u­la­tions to Bruce and Linda van der Meer (July 6).


Turner is mak­ing good progress in Bloem­fontein where she is hav­ing treat­ment af­ter re­cent surgery on her back. She was hop­ing to per­haps be home by the end of this week. Peter Hayes is re­cov­er­ing from his hip op­er­a­tion.

FIN Weak­ley

and Boy Stone and their sons have been on a ‘boys only’ fish­ing trip to Mada­gas­car.

to the fam­ily and friends of


the late Lu­sanda Jonase, Warosi Spelele, Nowase Mjobo, Asive Mjiwu, Fezile Waxa, Joy­lene Wit­booi and Koliswa Nt­shanga.

wishes to the young Bor­der sports rep­re­sen­ta­tives who will be trav­el­ling to var­i­ous fes­ti­vals over the hol­i­days. Safe trav­els.



closed this week and will re-open on July 20. Wishes for a most en­joy­able hol­i­day to pupils and teach­ers.

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