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Muzi Kuzwayo
Muzi Kuzwayo

THE seagulls in Port Elizabeth have ­acquired bad habits – they hang around the KFC at the promenade in Summerstrand, waiting for human beings to toss them some leftovers.

Some have even learnt to sit in the car park like car guards.

It is like walking into the world of Jonathan ­Livingston Seagull, beautifully described in ­Richard Bach’s book of the same name.

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