Pol­i­tics

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Happy Fa­ther’s Day to beloved Madiba, who was a fa­ther to our na­tion, a beacon of love and hope. Al­ways missed but al­ways loved too. – Ellen Fedele, At­lantis.

Even a strong phrase like “ut­terly pa­thetic” is in­ad­e­quate to de­scribe the ANC. They lam­baste He­len Zille, leader of the only ef­fi­cient pro­vin­cial gov­ern­ment in the coun­try, but in the face of damn­ing emails prov­ing mas­sive cor­rup­tion in their ranks they are tjoep­stil. – Wil­liam Bowler, Hout Bay.

Keith Gottschalk (Cape Points,June 15) omit­ted to men­tion the mil­lions who died dur­ing the mur­der­ous reigns of Stalin, Mao and Pol Pot. – A Adams, Plum­stead

JZ is the the cause of the bat­tles of the youth to­day. He should look at the bil­lions his cor­rup­tion adds up to. – Vic­to­ria Gan­fort, Bel­har

Youth who use vi­o­lence and show dis­re­spect for elders must keep in mind that had South Africa not gone through a peace­ful tran­si­tion, they may not have ex­isted due to a civil war. – Ge­orge Hainsworth

Sport

Con­grat­u­la­tions, Benni McCarthy, on your ap­point­ment as head coach of Cape Town City. We are proud of you and we know that you will de­liver. – Johnny Ram­rock, Ruyterwacht

Other

I re­sent the man­age­ment of the Cape Phil­har­monic Or­ches­tra spend­ing ratepayers’, sub­scribers’ and sup­port­ers’ money on the sub­stan­dard French ‘vi­o­lin­ist’ Philippe Graf­fin as soloist on June 15. – B Robin­son, Three An­chor Bay

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