I READ with delight the Coetzee family letter in Sowetan in which they announce their departure to Sydney.
How I wish more of their kind would leave our beautiful country and join the others who think that the world owes them something. Coetzee family, just like you we also face escalating crime, unemployment and corruption, but we will never abandon this country because, fortunately, we have no other home. We trace our roots to this continent and we are proud.
We are going to stay here and fight crime, create jobs and root out corruption. We will not react as cowardly as you do and run for safety, or at least what you think is safety. Good riddance.
Siseko Nkwintya, Joburg