You can leave your name, a comment and presumably they will get back to you. But what if they have committed a heritage crime?
I am talking about the last physical remnant of Hanover Street, and the cairn of stones memorialising it.
It was the last remnant before CPUT decided to build a residence there, offering to put the stones on a plinth and ride roughshod over history. They left the cairn of stones in the end, protected by an orange barrier fence during construction.
But the story does not stop there, because approval was needed, and approved it was: by Heritage Western Cape. They approved the destruction of the last part of Hanover Street, a place of pilgrimage for those forcibly removed from District Six.