A special thank you is extended to the very kind woman who closed the door for me.
The entire department and Sassa organisation is totally uncontactable.
What the hell is going on and why isn’t this being sorted out big time?
The impact of protests is felt by ordinary law-abiding, tax and rate paying individuals, not those responsible for the grievances.
The selfish strike action of Ugu workers affects the most vulnerable members of society most seriously.
It is totally unacceptable that an entire district is held to ransom by these people.
I am appealing to everyone on the South Coast to email the presidency in an attempt to get some intervention in this matter.
It is poignant, that Premier Willis Mchunu was at pains to state that even during revolutionary times, soldiers were trained never to interfere with community water systems.
All in all we find the poor service a frustration.
The indigenous population of today must elect a leader to represent them and their interests in parliament.
We thank South Coast Herald staffers Liz Abrahams and David Rush for the media advertising for Margate Bowling Week.