Tasks of the Executor

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New Year’s Eve: Currently this is acknowledged as 31 December in the modern western world. We all know that it was not always this date and that different religions and cultures have various dates for new year.  In fact, there are at least half a dozen dates considered to be New Year.

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90 available posts for new traffic police in KZN; 34 000 applications from people who are desperate for employment; 15 500 turn up on the first day at the Harry Gwala Stadium in Pietermaritzburg to do the fitness test.  It is 300 C and very humid and, guess what, the first test is to run 4km.

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Over the past month I have heard a senior traffic officer say, ‘It seems as if SA drivers have a  death wish’ at least 10 times. It is pointed out on radio, TV and in the printed media that we need to drive more carefully, reduce speed, don’t drink and drive, etc.  There are also plenty of campaigns such as Arrive Alive and Crisis on Call, roadblocks are held regularly and we even see situations where vehicles are stopped simply for the police to remind drivers to be sensible but these seem to have absolutely no effect whatsoever. Do we really have a death wish when on the road?

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As you all know, yesterday was Christmas Day so first I want to wish you all a blessed season and a very special 2013.  The world did not end last week so we have to just keep on going until our time is up. Ooops, I have ended the sentence with a preposition but, no problem as my Mum is no longer here to remind me of the correct grammar – ‘never end a sentence with a preposition’. Winston Churchill is purported to have responded to this correct grammar, “That is nonsense up with which I will not put.” Well, actually, according to the site linked, he used a slightly stronger couple of words which my mother would never have used but she still got the point across to us. Correct Queen’s/BBC English was what should be used.

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