IN BRIEF

YOU (South Africa) - - YOU SAY -

Thought I’d send this pic­ture of my grand­chil­dren busy with the kids’ pages in YOU. I cut them out and save them for when I visit and they so look for­ward to it. LISSETTA, EMAIL

On the topic of su­per­mar­ket peeves (YOU Say, 2 July) – top of my list is the baked goods left open for ev­ery­one to han­dle and cough and sneeze on. Surely there has to be a bet­ter way. KMA, PRE­TO­RIA

Please, enough with Meghan, Duchess of Sus­sex. Princess Diana she’s not – and never will be! NA­DINE, SMS

Why has DStv taken the Dur­ban July from us? For many years SABC view­ers have been able to watch it on SABC3. This year there was no TV cov­er­age for those who can’t af­ford DStv. DIS­AP­POINTED, CAPE TOWN

My 18-year-old friend was killed by a driver who was so drunk he didn’t even know he’d gone through a stop sign.

If that man had been smok­ing in­stead of drink­ing be­fore get­ting be­hind the wheel (YOU Say 28 June), he’d have seen that stop sign and stopped, and my friend, whose fam­ily was dev­as­tated by his loss, would still be alive to­day. HEART­BRO­KEN, SMS

I so en­joyed the ex­tract from Nd­aba Man­dela’s book, Go­ing to the Moun­tain (YOU, 12 July). I ad­mired his grand­fa­ther for the man he was. I hope Nd­aba will make him proud. PROUDLY SOUTH AFRICAN, SMS

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