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9 May 2011 No Comment

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Mrs L B writes:

Please can you be of service and ask the City Council why Edison Crescent, being a circle with lots of Industries has no robot or 3-way stop signs. The people in Edison Crescent have a great problem to get out of this street.

I find it strange that they put 3-ways stops at small streets in Jacaranda but Edison, that leads out of Jacaranda and in which all the Industries are, has no 3-ways stops or robots.

Editor answer:

The matter has been taken up with the authorities and we will keep the readers informed.

Thank You – South Africa!

Sue Janse van Rensburg, CEO of the CANSA writes:

We would like to thank each South African who shaved or sprayed countrywide during the SHAVATHON from 3 – 6 March 2011. A total of 250 shopping centres and 220 workplaces, schools and institutions participated.

A heartfelt thank you to all that accommodated us, the restaurants that fed and watered us, as well as a special thanks to the floor managers and volunteers who worked tirelessly to organise, set up and pack up venues.

We’re grateful to our sponsors, suppliers, media partners and The Parlotones who helped spread the word to make Shavathon 2011 a success.

We also thank all those who raised funds online or made online donations.

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