Dear Learn and Teach I come from Soshanguve. But I stay in Taung. I am a form 2 student. I am also a photographer. Can I send you some photographs for the magazine? Please reply in the magazine. Ezekiel G. Letwa.
Thank you for your letter. Please send us some photographs. We are very interested. We will pay you R 10 for every photograph we use. Or you can write a story and take pictures for the story. We look forward to seeing your work. Editor.
Dear Learn and Teach Thank you for your magazine. Your magazine helps people. I liked your story “Say Goodbye to Skin Lightening Cream.” I’ll be very happy if they ban skin lightening creams because black is beautiful. Lydia Kanana Kwa-Thema.
Dear Learn and Teach I liked reading your number 3 magazine. It was fun. Some things did bother me. What are the ‘peeople’ that you mention on page 1? Who is Herry Cooper that you mention on page 19? My English is not very good, but even I, for whom you are writing, know that you are not doing a very good job. Please would you try harder, as you are doing more harm than good. Dr Roger Coldwell Sociologist Cape Town.
You must be joking! By the way, you missed another mistake. On page 21 we say the squatters in Alex went to shool. But keep it up, Dr Coldwell. If you find a mistake in this issue, we’ll send you a free subscription. Editor.
Dear Learn and Teach I like your magazine very much. But I don’t like the stories about boxing and soccer. Sports stories are a waste of time. Please write stories that help people. Write stories about workers and workers’ rights. Thank you for your magazine. I will write again. B.S, Motha Kwa-Thema.
Thank you for your letter. We write sport stories because many people like to read about sport. But we will write more stories about workers and workers’ rights. We hope you like the story on factory workers’ rights in this issue. Editor.
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