Earlier this week The Witness published a lead story about a Pietermaritzburg man, Wanda Ndlovu, who has approached the High Court for help regarding a three-year battle to obtain his identity document from the Department of Home Affairs. Ndlovu, whose leg was amputated after he was hit by a car in 1994, is asking the court for an order reviewing and setting aside the department's failure to issue him with his identity document, and ordering that it be issued within 30 days. Ndlovu is being assisted by the Legal Aid Board. We publish readers' responses to the article. I personally got involved on July 30, 2007, on his behalf, accompanying him to Home Affairs specifically to meet with Mrs Nyokana, after having made a telephonic appointment.