FOURWAYS – Gershom Aitchison. headmaster of the Education Incorporated Boutique School, talks about fidget spinners in the classroom.
JOBURG – Roselle Sherriff-Shuping of Monash University writes about how work/life balance and planning can go a long way to having a successful life.
JOBURG – eBlockwatch founder, Andre Snyman was warned by the police that his post on Facebook about a crime in progress is illegal.
FOURWAYS GARDENS – Gary Hyde writes about the situation on Uranium Road.
JOBURG – The whereabouts of his biological father is unknown and social workers are trying to foster the child.
DOUGLASDALE – Peter Tuerk writes about his frustration to find out if the by-laws regarding advertising have changed in Joburg.
FOURWAYS – An anonymous Fourways resident writes about the chaos that more roadworks will cause.
JOBURG – Klarika (Nomsa) of the Bloubosrand Community Forum and Animal Welfare Group writes:
FOURWAYS – The general manager of Montecasino would like to warn neighbours that the centre might be louder than usual during the upcoming Bella Donna Winter Wonderland Market.
JOBURG – Garry Hertzberg discusses whether dagga is now legal after the recent Western Cape High Court decision.
JOBURG – If South Africans do not get rid of President Jacob Zuma they risk forever crying the beloved country.