The Addie asked the community what they thought about free education. This is what they had to say:
Deon Greyling: “I am not much of a follower of such things. Even if it was a South African thing, I don't think I would have celebrated it in any way, although I don't have any bad thoughts about other people celebrating it.”Zandile Mofokeng: “I'm a Christian and I don't really believe much in Halloween....
Taj Mukwekho: “Personally I'm not informed much about cancer so I think we need to engage in programmes with women for us to have more knowledge about cancer. It has never came to my attention that more males have the disease until recently where I saw on newspaper that men also carry the disease.”Michel Yiannakis:...
With the increasing amount of violence in our schools, do you think we need to declare a state of emergency?
As blood banks face shortage of crucial blood donors, the Addie asked its readers if they would donate blood to save a life.
What does Heritage Day mean to you and how do you plan to celebrate the day?
We celebrated National Book Week last week, how can we make reading more interesting?
With exam season approaching, the Addie took to the streets to find out if our readers think parents are motivating and encouraging their children enough to prepare for exams.
With the drug epidemic affecting mainly teens, the Addie took to the streets to find out if our readers think something should be done by the government, schools and parents to help fight drug use.
Why should Women’s Day exist?
With the vote of no-confidence taking place today, (August 8), residents of Springs were asked: “If Jacob Zuma is voted out, who do you think is best suited to replace him?”