EDITOR – In the article Residents Furious About Chopped Trees, councillor Jill Humphreys is quoted as saying: “I honestly believe that the number of accidents on the Gillooly’s interchange, which is the busiest in the country with so many splits, is undoubtedly due to confusion and being distracted by monstrous billboards.” I find her statement…
Both of us have noticed the camera flashing when we have stopped at the traffic light, it is obviously faulty.
JOBURG – Without the break, the fire could have had wider consequences,
I want to ask you, are we really free or are we still prisoners of our circumstances?
JOBURG – To fidget in class or not to fidget in class; that is the question.
JOBURG – Udersh S. Mahesh, BSc Engineering, offers some advice on how teens should manage their time.
JOHANNESBURG – Chief Executive Officer of SekelaXabiso, Lindani Dhlamini shares her thoughts on the urgent need to provide greater access to funding.
JOHANNESBURG – North Eastern Tribune reader writes a letter in response to the date night article previously published.
JOHANNESBURG – There are still nurses and doctors who care for people.
JOHANNESBURG – Anthony Still was removed as MMC for Environment and Infrastructure in February by Mayor Herman Mashaba, to mixed reactions. Here is one resident’s opinion on the matter.
FELLSIDE – Caren Doyle writes to us about the importance of recycling and how South Africans need to step up.