Are developments at the SABC indicative of an emerging dictatorship in SA? – H Kranold,Tamboerskloof
There is something very seriously wrong with the COO of the SABC. – Robert Gillespie, Plumstead
I have reviewed my decision to renew my TV licence. Sorry, Hlaudi. You lose. – David Pearce
To think that they caused all that worry. In the meantime there are actually really girls out there who go missing every day and their cases are being prolonged because of idiots like this. Ridiculous. – Leandra Jane Valentine
A 23-year-old adult and a minor, what a waste of time!!! She should be charged with kidnapping. – Starrene Stuart
They should do community service for a month. They need punishment so that they can fully understand the consequences of their actions. – Mickey Summer
The Lions have the best coach in South Africa bar none and by far. (I am a Sharks supporter). – Whitney Smith
I was part of a group of pensioners who witnessed how a policewoman was struggling with pickpockets at Parow Hyper. And I have experienced grave security problems there myself. From disgusted pensioners who are obliged to go to the centre as it is the pay point for monthly pensions; quo vadis ANC and SAP. From William and the pensioners in the north.
I don’t understand why people burn buses. If they are not happy with their councillors, they must go to the ANC offices, please. – Barcelona resident.
Sodwana Bay guy, how can you say things like that? What have we black people in this country done to you? I was so mad yesterday when I saw that on television. The whole black and white thing will never end. – Shirley Mbema, Gugulethu
The traffic department needs to do something about the taxis in Goodwood. They are driving up the wrong side of the side streets to avoid the queues, they are using the turning-only lanes to go straight and are completely blocking the intersections so no one can get out of the side streets. They are out of control.
South Africa’s population will top 56 million in 2016 but we still have under 21 000 traffic police to monitor nearly 12 million vehicles and drivers leading to 50 or more deaths a day on our roads for which our politicians, who fail to act, must be held responsible. Also our murder and robbery rates are increased by the absence of police on our roads. So when will this insanity end? – Richard Benson, Road Safety Action Campaign
‘Is this what Fort Calata died for?’ When I read what Lukhanyo said on Tuesday the tears fell. Come August those in power will see that some of us are tired of this. – Shirley Mbema, Gugulethu