Puz­zles

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Please don’t print all the an­swers to the puz­zles on the same page, spoils the chal­lenge! Dif­fi­cult to avoid peep­ing. – Granny Bebb, Fish Hoek

Not im­pressed by the new puz­zles format. Bring back the old. – Vin­cent Bris­tow, Muizen­berg

As per an­other reader, PLEASE bring back the old puz­zle page with the two way puz­zle and the oth­ers. It was one of the rea­sons we got Satur­day Argus de­liv­ered.

Mr Ehren­re­ich, you make me laugh. Do know how many com­pa­nies will close their doors as a re­sult of lack of wa­ter? If you are so con­cerned about peo­ple who will have to buy wa­ter, do­nate a month’s salary. – Maretha

Zuma should open the bat­ting for the Proteas see­ing we just can’t get him out! – Naelin Daniels, Wyn­berg

Other

When will all ve­hi­cles in South Africa (and not only our wild taxis) be fit­ted with black boxes which mon­i­tor driv­ing to save on in­surance, and, more im­por­tantly, save lives? – Richard Ben­son, Road Safety Ac­tion Cam­paign, Cape Town

I quite agree about so­cial grants but when are peo­ple who don’t work go­ing to stop hav­ing dozens of chil­dren? Surely if you can’t feed your­self you need to do some thing about birth con­trol. Af­ter all it’s free. Stop be­ing self­ish. The kids suf­fer. – San­dra Spam­mer, Plum­stead

All level cross­ings have stop signs so if a mo­torist doesn’t stop, how can you blame Transnet if a train hits you? – G Cook, Brack­en­fell

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