Slow motion lurch into anarchy

Criminal behaviour should be faced head on by the police, but instead they just sit on their hands and do nothing.
Five hundred Mbuyazi community members gather under the watchful eyes of the KwaMbonambi SAPS in August 2015

Issues at Stake: Biting the hand that feeds

However justified grievances might be, trashing and destroying property ultimately leaves a bigger hole to fill when the dust settles. Editor DAVE SAVIDES shares his views on a specific case in point: the on-going protests at Richards Bay Minerals

Noise makes me want to move

We don’t know the people responsible for this, as the residents we were not informed about this gig.

Par for the course

RESPONDING to public concerns about irrigation of the greens at the Richards Bay Country Club, Golf Captain Buks van der Walt has explained their methods for obtaining water for irrigation purposes.
Pat Will of the Golden Oldies club listens intently to what newly promoted Captain Dup Herselman has to say about partnerships between the SAP services and the public at large

Local police officers commended

I must say it did immediately improve the discipline problem but put the police officers in a very negative light.

No happiness at Jabulani

Surely someone, somewhere in this community can offer a solution? These are human beings.

Politicians focusing on wrong issues

AS we are slowly approaching voting season, we are witnessing different political parties gathering in stadiums elaborating their different visions for the country. I have noticed, though, that every gathering is almost becoming an anti-Zuma campaign. Zuma isn’t everything that is wrong with this country, our politicians have made the Nkandla issue central to all…