YOU (South Africa) - - SAY -

To the won­der­ful young cou­ple who helped me re­cently when I was hope­lessly lost and you were kind enough to of­fer to take me to my des­ti­na­tion, I re­fer to you as my “guardian an­gels”. A thou­sand times thank you. God richly bless you for the kind­ness you showed. ROSIE, SMS

Our con­do­lences go to the par­ents, fam­ily and friends of Themba Dloti, who lost his life in the Michael­house school bus ac­ci­dent. Our prayers and thoughts are with you and with all the pupils who were in­jured in the ac­ci­dent. THE POOLE FAM­ILY, SMS

I’m so pleased you’ve in­cluded new puzzles in your mag­a­zine. Since mov­ing to Port Al­fred I’ve missed the Fri­day night news­pa­per with all the puzzles. Well done! I hope it’s a permanent fix­ture. PUZ­ZLE FAN, SMS

If you know he’s mar­ried, walk away. Your lit­tle fling is never harm­less. This can de­stroy many lives – yours as well. DIG­NITY, SMS

When I see the guys who re­cy­cle I say a prayer as it’s hard work. They walk long dis­tances. I say bravo to you, Michael (YOU Say, 7 Septem­ber). If we al­ways wor­ried about what peo­ple would say about us we wouldn’t achieve any­thing. POR­TIA, FOUR­WAYS

Is it me or has any­one else no­ticed the dread­fully ex­plicit pro­grammes shown on DStv at 8pm on Fri­day nights? I feel that cen­sor­ship should be re­in­stated. GRANNY, SMS

Re­gard­ing crowd­fund­ing (YOU,14 Septem­ber), many web­sites don’t al­low peo­ple from Africa to take part. JUDY, KZN

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