Fishing at Tongaat River mouth will remain a waste of time until the area once again becomes pollution-free
“Is there any kind of vetting done before publishing an opinion piece? Surely you don’t publish every opinion that crosses your desk?” – Rosalind MacDonald.
Once you have climbed sufficient lofty heights of your own cleverness the second child arrives and its a very far fall back down.
I couldn’t even pronounce the name until last week, since TRESemmé became the most famous – or notorious – shampoo in the country.
“After the Courier did a report on this, in the first week of August KDM replaced the globes but did not replace the photo cell that switches the streetlights on at night and off in the day, leaving the lights burning 24/7” – Zahir Danbar.
“The power of community can never be under-estimated and this has shown true these past months” – Paula Owen.
Docrra relies on the involvement and membership support of the community to be able to perform their important role in looking after the concerns of the Dolphin Coast residents and ratepayers.
“I want residents to be informed and know that I take these concerns seriously and have addressed it with the street lighting department in KDM” – Tommy Du Toit.
“The management is poor too, when you report to the Municipal Manager he only makes notes and does nothing” – Tony Singh.
“The bylaws that stipulate “hives or swarms of bees may not be kept within the municipal area in such a manner as to be a source of nuisance to neighbours or the neighbourhood” are a joke and this case proves it. By the time it’s a nuisance it’s too late” – Simone King.