Wife E. and I yesterday attended the funeral of an in-law. The clinic in the village of De Rust had been negligent in ordering her medication. She was furious, and said that she would travel to Oudtshoorn -- the nearest big centre -- to fetch it herself. But too late. Without the medication, she died in the night, at 50. I took this photo of her grief-stricken husband. OBSERVATION: Assuming her death to be what it seems, is the clinic responsible for failing to control its stock, or is it responsible for a woman's death? You may click on the photo to enlarge.