Snail mail back on track

2015-08-19 06:00

NON-USERS of social media can breath a sigh of relief - the Post Office is once again fully operative. For the last week or so there has been no mail delivered throughout the country.

Acting CEO Mlu Mathonsi apologised profusely and said: “The delays had been caused by fleet management operational challenges which were affecting mail already in transit.”

A variety of reasons for non-delivery have been expressed in national media – the most favoured explanation being that Wesbank had de-activated the Post Office’s petrol cards as no payment had been received.

Greytown Postmaster, Brian Nairn told the Greytown Gazette on Monday that all services were back to normal and collection and delivery back on track as the problems had been sorted out nationally

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