Peter Myers, Knysna’s Ward 10 DA Councillor, a member of the Mayoral Committee, has challenged me, Mike Hampton, community activist, to a debate. His feathers, like the political flock he belongs to, seems to be ruffled by my submission of allegations of corruption and maladministration in Knysna. This would (shock/horror), also involve politicians dressed in blue. On Knysna Knews, the DA’s propaganda website which is run anonymously (and thus cowardly), and on his personal page and the Ward 10 page, he has accused me, without evidence, of being a hypocrite and a liar. He suggests that i’m afraid to debate … ‘Click here to read full article…’
Dear Mayor Georlene Wolmarans, Deputy Mayor Esme Edge, Ward Councillor Richard Dawson and Deputy Chair CPF Western Cape Magda Moos. Your positions bound you by oath to serve the public. Was your oath truth or lie? Will you allow the public to understand, once and for all? I challenge you to prove that you serve the public by hosting a public question and answer meeting in Council Chambers with an arbiter whose costs we will share equally from our personal (not municipal pockets). You can be joined by municipal staff members, Melonie Paulse (legal adviser) and Chris Bezuidenhout (Communication’s Manager). … ‘Click here to read full article…’
I have a challenge for the DA, in particular Helen Zille and Alan Winde who have failed to acknowledge the struggles Knysna is experiencing. Accepting my challenge with positive intention, decision and action would stop the majority of my criticism of the DA. It would even make me vote for you. I say that sincerely.
This will become one of the most inspirational and amazing videos you’ve ever seen! If i could persuade you to do just one thing this week, it would be to watch this. Trust me, it will not only linger in your mind but also make you want to share it with your friends and family. The Recession in Knysna is tough. With so many businesses closed, people unemployed, hotels and restaurants empty, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and despair. It’s become almost impossible to go for a walk or have a conversation without experiencing negativity. We’re a small town so … ‘Click here to read full article…’