YOU (South Africa) - - SAY -

Sam­phiwa Halana, you’ve made me so proud to be a South African (YOU, 4 Oc­to­ber). Us­ing your love and tal­ent for maths has made you open your heart to share your knowl­edge, hints and tips with so many bat­tling at school. Thank you and keep on be­ing such a car­ing and pos­i­tive South African. JOY WILKINS, ROODEPOORT I love is­sue 18 of YOU Block­busters and am work­ing my way through the book. I love the new bonus puz­zles and feel you have some win­ners there. They make you think more and that’s al­ways good. Thank you again for the thought put into your puz­zle books. DIANNE NEWCOMBE, EMAIL Thanks for the great YOU Cross­word Dic­tio­nary I re­ceived re­cently af­ter win­ning one of the com­pe­ti­tions. I’m ad­dicted to your crosswords, so the dic­tio­nary will come in handy. Thanks for a won­der­ful magazine. DIANE STACK, EMAIL Am I the only one who has to use a mag­ni­fy­ing glass to read the di­rec­tions on medicine bot­tles or tablet vials? Surely phar­ma­ceu­ti­cal com­pa­nies should print the di­rec­tions a lit­tle big­ger. AN­GELA PE­TERS, DURBAN It’s just un­be­liev­able how Sassa pen­sion­ers have had to run around for their money these past few months. UT­TERLY DIS­GUSTED, SMS What’s hap­pened to the sto­ry­line on 7de Laan? It’s be­come more and more bizarre and is no longer an en­joy­able fam­ily soapie. That’s it for me. I’ll no longer be watch­ing. I’ll be hap­pily read­ing in­stead. LYNN, GRASSY PARK

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