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I agree with Frus­trated (YOU Say, 22 Novem­ber) re­gard­ing the shock­ing state of the postal ser­vice. My birth­day card to my great-grand­son took two months to get to New Zealand. ALSO FRUS­TRATED, DURBANVILLE Los­ing a beloved pet is al­ways dev­as­tat­ing. My heart goes out to Louis (Ask Dr Louise, 29 Novem­ber). Her ad­vice was ex­cel­lent, as al­ways, and I’m sure it will help Louis in this dif­fi­cult time. SYM­PA­THETIC, SMS Can some­one please get rid of the Wed­ding Bash­ers, es­pe­cially Denise. NOT IM­PRESSED, SMS In Oc­to­ber my dad passed away due to can­cer. I just want to say I’m pray­ing for every­one suf­fer­ing from some form of this dis­ease. To my won­der­ful and lov­ing Daddy, I miss you so much. I’ll al­ways love you, cher­ish you and re­mem­ber you for the car­ing, lov­ing fa­ther you were. Good­bye, Daddy. DAVID, EMAIL There’s no such thing as African time. It was made up as so many peo­ple are late. There’s only real time. It’s rude to be late. Be on time. CAROL, JO­HAN­NES­BURG I just love, love, love Caster Se­menya. I was for­tu­nate to be there in April 2014 when she was awarded the pres­i­den­tial award, the Or­der of Ikhamanga, and she ac­cepted the award with such piz­zazz, dressed in a re­ally hip black and white out­fit. She al­most bopped her way to the stage and it was a light mo­ment in a very se­ri­ous event. She’s truly a strong, in­spi­ra­tional South African woman and an ex­am­ple to all. MOXIE, EMAIL

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