‘Brian’s passing in 2016 created a huge gap in my life and in the operation of the driving school.’
Mark Hinze takes on irresponsible pet owners.
A servant of Vryheid for a period of 28 years, yet at the end of his service, the Vryheid Council did not have the decency to even thank Harry Heyns for his dedication, let alone make some sort of gesture of gratitude.
WE asked the children at Inkululeko Children’s Home to share a Christmas message with our readers.
It is with such a sense of deep gratitude and thankfulness that Child Welfare was able to assist an overwhelming number of children and family’s during the past year.
We can’t find the words to thank you enough.
VRYHEID Hospice would like to say thank you to all the people of Vryheid who have donated items to us through the year, it is always very welcome and greatly appreciated.
“Mommy, I want a pet snake!”… I’m sure those words, or even the thought of them has crossed many a mother’s mind, while visiting a reptile park, pet shop or after a show about reptiles on the television.
(Rian is always available to remove snakes, do demonstrations, consult for “fewer snakes’ yards, and just talk about snakes.)
(Rian has been working with reptiles for 22 years, and is always available for relocations, reptile-related help, or just to chat snakes.)
The Vryheid Herald reportage on their issue dated 26 February 2016 titled: “AbaQulusi Municipality a no show at water crisis meeting” is ill-advised.