Gauteng Smallholder October 2015 - Page 7

NEWS ‘Smallholder’ online in mag form F or readers who have difficulty in finding a regular copy of the magazine, and for smallholders outside our regular distribution area, our new on-line publication will prove an effective alternative. Previously we have published components of the magazine, lists of advertisers, the Classified advertisements, Diary etc, on our website,, rather than the magazine as printed and published in paper form. Last month, however, we Magazine is much appreciated S ir ~ I personally distribute ten copies of the Gauteng Smallholder magazine to a few close friends and from us all we would like to express a great big heartfelt thank you and appreciation for an excellent, open and honest valuable piece of reading material. The magazine continues to outshine itself monthly. The hard work and effort is much appreciated. Well done on the website. This move was very much needed in this techno age where we all work so 'hard' with our hands, ag no, I meant fingers! I think it is a good move and a good form of contributing towards saving the environment. However many of us still feel the good old Continued on page 6 The Editor welcomes your letters, comments and opinions, but reserves the right to edit and shorten as necessary. Senders’ names and addresses must be included. Afrikaans letters will be translated. Post mail to: Letters, PO Box 14648, Bredell 1623 or fax 086 602-3882 or e-mail 5 launched a full electronic version, identical to the copy you are reading now, complete with convenient zoom facilities, animated page turning etc. And, also the ability to download a pdf file of each edition to enjoy on your computer at your leisure. Like the paper version the online edition is free to access and requires no registration. You simply go to the website and click on the prominent image of the front cover on Continued on page 6