Petition to Tim Parker, Chief Executive of Post Office Limited
Save Headingley Crown Post Office!
SUPPORT THE CAMPAIGN TO SAVE HEADINGLEY CROWN POST OFFICE! Post Office Limited has announced proposals to close Headingley Post Office and replace it with a small Post Office counter in another shop or supermarket, on a franchise basis. The proposed closure would deprive Headingley, a large and busy suburb of Leeds, of its essential Crown Post Office. Postal services based in another building would not be as accessible to members of the public as the current Headingley Post Office building and would provide a more limited service to customers and a number of services would cease altogether. Moreover, if the branch was based in a franchise, the Headingley Post Office would become dependent on another business. This would endanger long term postal service provision in Headingley. The move to a franchise could also lead to current staff losing their jobs. In 2008, after closing Far Headingley Post Office, Post Office Limited made a commitment to the people of Headingley that they would not close the central Headingley branch. They are now going back on their promise!! We cannot and will not accept this blatant U-Turn! Pictured are Greg Mulholland MP and Brynmor Jones of Headingley Post Office. We strongly oppose any proposed closure of Headingley Post Office. Greg Mulholland, as the MP for Headingley, with the support of staff of Headingley Post Office, customers and local residents have launched a petition. I/We the undersigned call on Post Office Limited to halt plans to close Headingley Post Office.
Petition to Govan Mbeki Municipality, Eskom , Afriforum , DA , ANC , Carte Blanche, NCC Commissioner, NCC Deputy Commissioner, NCC Head of Enforcement, NCC Complaints, Nation Nkosi, NCT
Govan Mbeki Municipality's citizens, needs to buy electricity directly from Eskom.
The honest law abiding people, of the following four towns: Secunda Town Bethal Town Embalenhle Emzinoni From the Govan Mbeki Municipality. Who diligently paid their electricity accounts, every month, in full, without fail; now have to suffer forced power outages. These power outages are due to the Govan Mbeki Municipality misappropriating the money they received from the citizens of these towns. The Govan Mbeki Municipality did not use the money they received from the citizens of these towns, to pay the national state owned electricity supplier Eskom for the electricity provided. This includes the markup that the Govan Mbeki Municipality place on the electricity they resold from Eskom to its citizens. Eskom started on 9 October 2017 with forced power cuts during the following times: Monday to Friday: 06:00 - 08:00 and 17:00 - 19:30 Saturday and Sunday: 08:30 - 11:00 and 15:00 - 17:30 As is clear, these time periods fall exactly during the time of day that impact our children, and our learners (who needs to become our future leaders) the most. Our community's children, now have to suffer: Eating cold breakfast. Using cold water showers. Have to stay hungry until after 19:30, in order to be able to eat a warm dinner, as parents only arrive home after 17:00 from work. Can only start doing their homework after 19:30 when the lights come back on. The solution this petition requests, is that the following four towns: Secunda Town Bethal Town Embalenhle Emzinoni Buy our electricity directly from the national state owned supplier Eskom; and thereby bypassing the Govan Mbeki Municipality who misappropriate money paid to them.
Petition to Mooju milk
White Chocolate Mooju Milk Flavour Needed
As you probably know, there is no white chocolate flavour Mooju milk. This is needed for obvious reasons. There is currently a chocolate flavour, a strawberry flavour, a banana flavour and there was a mint chocolate flavour that came as a limited edition. These flavours are nothing compared to a white chocolate flavour. This would change Mooju milk for the better. If you agree, please help us achieve our goal.
Petition to G20
Appliances break sooner than ever! Stop the waste with this game-changing law #MakeItLast
Have you noticed your appliances now break sooner than ever? It’s true! Boilers that used to last 23 years now last around 13! Washing machines, dishwashers, toasters, and blenders are all breaking sooner too. This is terrible for three reasons: Families must rebuy, forcing them to spend money they might not have. Our landfills are overflowing with appliances that can’t or won’t be recycled. The excessive waste, pollution, and CO2 from making new appliances is devastating our planet. There is a simple solution! We are calling for a law to ensure all manufacturers put a standard label on their appliances stating how long they expect the product to last under normal usage. It will be like an energy label but for longevity. After consulting with experts in product longevity, we have devised the simplest way that this law would work. The manufacturer can choose the length of time shown on the label (minimum 2 years), but the manufacturer must also take responsibility for the repair of the product if it breaks within the time they choose. By clearly showing in a standard way the time manufacturers expect the product to last, we the shoppers can get a clear idea of which products are the best value over time. Imagine going into a shop and seeing 2 years, 5 years or 10 years printed clearly on a toaster. Or 1000 washes, 2000 washes or 15,000 washes printed on a washing machine. We deserve this clarity of choice. When standard energy labels were put on the appliances, people bought more efficient models and companies started to make more efficient models. This can work with longevity too! This law will encourage companies to compete on quality again, rather than purely on price, making it good for businesses as well as the shopper and the environment. The way products are made right now assumes that the planet has endless materials and can take an endless amount of pollution. This has to change and must change as soon as possible. Please sign now.
Petition to Motor Industry Ombudsman of South Africa, Ford SA
FORD SA Kuga Buy Back
Ford South Africa's inept handling on the Ford Kuga recall in South Africa has left South African Kuga owners with a financial dilemma. Owners of the Kuga have been left with a vehicle that cannot be sold or traded-in to any dealerships. This includes the Ford dealer network. Is this really fair to the consumer that has supported Ford SA over the years? Can Ford SA honestly tell the Southern African public that they care about their customers? The are always very quick to try and get consumers behind the wheel of their cars but obviously this is where their relationship with their customers ends. Their are consumers facing losses of up to R 400 000.00 due to Ford's design faults, not their mistakes. Is this honestly fair of Ford SA to act this way? The time has come for the South African consumer to stand up and tell big business that we are not here to serve them, we are not here to be trampled on but rather they exist because of us. Without us they cannot survive. We are not asking for the world but rather simply fair treatment from Ford. Offer all Kuga drivers a buy back option at a realistic market based price before your nightmarish handling of the Kuga fires began.