Filth and lawlessness of increasing concern
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.
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.