Hi guys, sorry for the delay - in my defense, I'm Capetonian, we shut down from mid-December till early Jan. Was out hiking, running, DIY'ing and, err, planning for the rest of the year. I'm seeing the people from M24 next month, to discuss the way forward - editions as well as a possible English version. We've noted a lot of interest from the Engelsman community (we love you all), but in the end this all will be a business decision, dictated by numbers and costs. As is understandable. Print media today is neither a charity nor an easy business to be in, even if we have a lot of passion for what we do. Die boontjietellers neem die finale besluit, en dis ook reg so. Gaan kyk maar net na jou naaste Spar of Checkers hoe min mags is daar vandag op die rak. That said, I'm confident we have a winning formula to go ahead with. The initial market reaction was very positive, and a number of outlets' copies sold out very quickly. Distribution wasn't maybe as best as it could've been (it's out of my hands), but we'll keep it on the stands for another month or two. We've received a lot of feedback from readers, as well as some great suggestions on what to focus more on for next editions. Dankie, die voorstelle was goed en prakties. A lot of people mentioned the lekker, witty writing style (one lady saying on FB that the tail piece alone was worth her R100!), and to emulate that in the English version would be the next challenge. Afrikaans in vyfderat ry maar net soos 'n Cruiser. It was a learning curve and a lot of hard work, but then you see pictures like these, van 'n jong boer wat sy ToerFiets lees terwyl hy die lande ploeg, and as a creative person it all becomes worth while.