Page 1

Hulp aan droogte geteisterde gebiede Dalende damvlakke as gevolg van die geteisterde droogte het talle mense veral ons boere sonder hoop en moed gehad om voort te gaan. 'n Klein dorpie man, Burre Burger van Vredendal het toe besluit om iets te doen, om die mense te help en hoop terug te bring! Dit het alles begin, 'n helpende hand van ‘n moedverlore boer wat selfs die stryd moes stry en hierdie groot gebaar het 'n enorme projek geword wat regoor Suid-Afrika hulp verleen. Danksy hierdie projek het baie boere voer vir hul diere ontvang. Burre en sy span het 'n safari gedoen waar mense so ver as Natal gekom het om by te woon. Hulle het voedsel aan behoeftige boere versprei en Burre gehelp om hoop te deel. In hul vrye tyd het hulle plaaslike restaurante en wynplase in geteisterde omgewings besoek en van die mense getuig dat hul energie aansteeklik was. Mense kom van heinde en verre om ander te help en niks word

inruil gevra nie. As jy 'n skenking aan hierdie projek wil maak, besoek die volgende webwerf: http:// droogtehulp.co.za/af/

TEL: 011 100 5657 Irfaan: 083 601 5701

R689 900

R144 900 2012 RENAULT

2016

R189 900

R519 900

R299 900 2016 VOLKSWAGEN

2017 MERCEDES-

2017 FORD

AUDI RS3 SPORTBACK Automatic Lights Function & On/Off, Black Leather with Red Stitching Seats, Bluetooth, Climate & Cruise Control, Comfort Access, Electric Mirrors & Windows

CLIO III 1.6 ADVANTAGE 5DR ABS, Adjustable Seats & S/Wheel, Air Conditioning, Airbags, Alarm, Black Cloth Seats, CD Player, Central Locking, Climate Control, Cruise Control, Electric Mirrors

ABS, AUX Input, Adjustable Seats & S/W, A/C, Airbags, Alarm, Automatic Lights Function & On/Off, Black Leather Seats, Bluetooth

2 x USB Input, ABS , Adjustable Seats & SW, AC, Airbags, Alarm, Automatic Lights Function & On/Off, Black Leather Seats, Bluetooth

ABS, AUX Input, Adjustable Seats & S/W, AC, Airbags, Alarm, Black Cloth Seats, Bluetooth, CD, Central Locking, Electric Mirrors, Electric Windows

R234 900

R449 900

R159 900

R1099 900

R324 900

2014 POLO

2016 BMW

JETTA GP 1.4 TSI Comfortline DSG Benz C200 Avangarde AMG Tiptronic FIESTA 1.0 Ecoboost Ambiente 5DR

2017 POLO VIVO

2016 VOLKSWAGEN 320D GT M Sport Tiptronic (F34) Volkswagen GP 1.4 Conceptline 5DR MERCEDES-BENZ ML63 AMG PERFORMANCE TIPTRONIC ABS, AUX Input, Adjustable Seats & AUX Input, Adjustable Seats & S/ ABS, Adjustable Seats, Alarm, Air S/Wheel, Air Conditioning, Airbags, Wheel, AC, Airbags, Alarm, Automatic Conditioning, Airbags, Bluetooth, CD 6 Disc Player, ABS, Adjustable Seats Alarm, Arm Rest, Black Leather with Lights Function, Automatic On/Off, player, Grey and Colour Cloth Seats, & S/Wheel, Air Conditioning, Airbags, Suede Seats, CD, Central Locking Alarm, Automatic Lights Function Black Leather Seats, Bluetooth Power Steering VOLKSWAGEN GTI 1.4 TSI DSG

2018 VOLKSWAGEN POLO 1.0 TSI COMFORTLINE DSG 5DR 2 x USB Input, 8 Inch Touch Screen Radio/CD, ABS, Adjustable Seats & S/ Wheel, A/Conditioning, Airbags, Alarm

63 Springs Rd, Nigel, 1491 sales@epsonmotors.co.za www.epsonmotors.co.za


PAGE 2

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

10 JULY 2018

Some old wisdom still Huiseienaarskap sorg vir baie vreugde valuable for today Inwoners in die Duduza omgewing is Vrydag, 6 Julie oorweldig nadat hulle hul titelakte bewyse by hul wonings ontvang het. Ekurhuleni se burgemeesterskomitee lid (MMC) vir menslike nedersettings Cllr Lesiba Mpya tesame met Gautengse LUR vir menslike nedersettings, Uhuru Moiloa, het die titelbewyse aan talle Duduzainwoners uitgedeel. Dit bestaan hoofsaaklik uit senior burgers wat Vrydag in die koue verras is. 'N Totaal van 976 titelaktes is aan regmatige eienaars oorhandig, insluitende die

100-jarige Gogo Gumede, wat deur LUR Moiloa en MMC Mpya spesiaal besoek is by haar huis om die titelakte af te lewer en vir haar 'n warm kombers te gee. Gogo Gumede het haar opgewondenheid deur trane en blydskap bekend gemaak en vertel dat sy nie weet hoe om dankie te sê nie en haar hart is nou vol van vrede. Intussen het MMC Mpya die inwoners aangemoedig om hul nabygeleë klientedienssentrums te besoek om hul titelbewyse in te samel en hy het hulle ook herinner om 'n afskrif van ID en 'n staat van tariewe en belasting saam te neem. Verder word begunstigdes aangemoedig om nie hul titelaktes as onderpand met leningshaaie te gebruik nie. Titelaktes herstel sekuriteit van verblyfreg en waardigheid aan die ontvangers.

Gogo Anna Sithole van Bluegum Ext 6, in haar rolstoel, was opgewonde om uiteindelik haar titelakte van MMC Lesiba Mpya, LUR Uhuru Moiloa en Eric Xayiya van die Premier se kantoor te ontvang.

CRIME PREVENTION KEEP BURGLARS OUT (9) KEY CONTROL: The effective control of the house‘s access keys is an essential security requirement, and is the one aspect of security that is most neglected in the average household. It is disturbing to note how many break-ins result from negligence on the part of the owner. PRECAUTIONS: Make sure that keys do not end up in the wrong hands. Never leave keys lying around in the presence of domestic servants or workers. Imprints can be taken in soap or clay, and copies made. The sale of keys is a lucrative industry in the underworld. Never hide keys outside. Criminals know all the so-called hiding places. Rather ask the neighbours to keep your keys for you until you return. Don‘t give keys to the domestic workers or allow them to take them home. Don‘t have your name and address on key rings. Keep keys in a set place – for example, in a draw or key safe. If keys are lost, replace all outside locks. When moving into a new house, replace all the outside locks. The previous owner might have been careless with his keys.

Next: Keep burglars out (10) – Further Measures Reference: Crime Prevention – Stop Crime / Beveiliging van huis en haard – Smith LJL van Shaik Limited, Libi Building, Church Street, Pretoria. 1989 / Beveg misdadigers effektief – Buredell Publishers, Pretoria. 1989.

Some wisdom shared by our parents or elders of old still applies to our lives and in our time and cannot just be brushed aside as old fashioned. Many a parent warned their daughters to watch and see how a young man treats his mother because in the same way he will treat his wife. If his behavior towards his mother is abrupt; disrespectful; self ish; demanding and moody, unfortunately his wife will be treated the same and his children will also be on the receiving end. Parents, are these the kind of children we want to raise and send into the world? Unfortunately this is more and more evident in society and if we are not bringing our children up in a loving and supportive environment where they are disciplined with love, taught and shown respect we are all to blame for the high rate of abuse, assault, disrespect and general moral decay in society. All this start with the upbringing of our children. “A child who is allowed to be disrespectful to his parents will not have true respect for anyone.” by Billy Graham. Words of true wisdom from Billy Graham we need to take note of even in 2018, if we want to take our responsibility as parents seriously and stop the moral disruption of society. Already in 1955 Billy Graham said we cannot expect good and successful results if we teach the philosophy of the devil that says, “Do as you please.” That is not loving our children and it is not taking responsibility of what God entrusted us with in the gift of children. We have taken God out of our education and thought we can get away with it but today we are reaping what we have sown. We can sneer at the old-fashioned idea of God and a moral code and allow our children to do what they want, allow them to watch movies featuring sex, sin, alcohol and drugs but the result is exactly what so many parents are crying about and complaining about – unruly and undisciplined children who show no respect and trying out everything appealingly played up through the movies and what they are exposed to around them. It is as if parents don’t realize that they are responsible for their children’s mental and spiritual growth and also their character building apart from feeding and clothing them. As parents we are accountable to God and He holds us

From the desk of Rev Elize Goddess, Heidelberg Methodist Church 083 228 4152 responsible. If we have failed in the parenting of our children, we can still change our ways and improve and correct some of it in starting with spending time with them. Not only do they deserve our time but they also long for it. Love them by showing your love also in cutting some of the so-called “important commitments” to have more time with them. Do things as a family together out in nature; build a jigsaw puzzle together and encourage them to invite their friends to your home for clean and constructive fun where you can oversee their activities. Our children will be in society what they are in the home and therefore our discipline at home forms the foundation of what we see in society. Proverbs 13:24 He who spares the rod hates his son, but he who loves him is careful to discipline him.(NIV) My prayer is that every parent will be encouraged to take their responsibility for the up bring and development of their children serious, identify problems early and f ind and accept help in times of difficulty. We are all responsible to counter the moral decay in society. May God bless and guide us as we do this together.

57 Strydom Street, Heidelberg Tel: (016) 341-2437 “We exist to be like Christ, live like Christ, and share the exciting message of Christ to all people”.

EVERYBODY WELCOME! COME AND JOIN US. Ephesians 6:1-3 Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. “Honor your father and mother”— “that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth.”(NIV) Service times: 08h00 – Traditional Service 09h30 – Worship Service & Sunday School 18h00 – Evening Service * Mother’s Room always available*


10 JULY 2018

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

PAGE 3

New vehicles for NPOs to curb abuse A swift response to rescue victims of gender-based violence will now be possible as today the Gauteng Provincial Government (GPG) hands over 12 new vehicles to Non-Profit Organisations (NPOs). Speaking at the handover ceremony at Igugulethu Child and Youth Care Centre in Boksburg, Social Development MEC Nandi Mayathula- Khoza said these cars will provide an instant 24-hour support to communities to make sure that critical interventions are not missed. “As we hand over these vehicles to act towards ending gender-based violence, we continue to raise awareness as part of the United Nations ‘Orange Day UNiTE Campaign’ commemorated globally on the 25th of every month.” “Orange Day UNiTE Campaign calls upon civil society, governments, and UN partners to mobilise people and highlight issues relevant to preventing and ending violence against women and girls, not only once a year on the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (25 November), but every month,” said Mayathula-Khoza. The Gauteng Department of Social Development has a mandate to promote the development of individuals, families and communities towards self-reliance and sustainability. “We help victims and survivors of domestic abuse through programmes such as the Victim Empowerment Programme.

The role of the Department in victim empowerment is two-pronged. The first is the mandated role of care and protection of vulnerable groups, especially women and children because many victims of violence and crime are women and children. The execution of this role means that the Department must develop and offer a service to victims.” “The second the National Crime Prevention Strategy (NCPS), require us to lead the government’s response to empowerment of victims. This entails the coordination, establishment and development of inter-sectoral mechanisms, interventions and partnerships to ensure that government services to victims are offered seamlessly,” said the MEC. In accordance with this responsibility, the Department funds about 25 Shelters for Victims of Crime and Violence managed by NPOs that were accessed by 1 763 women. “We have 65 VEP organisations that are funded to deliver victim empowerment services, 11 349 victims have accessed these shelters. The programme of no violence against women and children including 16 days of activism campaign reached 79 564 beneficiaries,” she added. “I am also pleased that one of our initiatives, a partnership between the Gauteng Government (Social Development and Community Safety), and EDCON Group is progressing very well to provide dignity and livelihood to women in the

Jou plaaslike pastei hoekie Nuut in die dorp op die hoek van Kingsway en Van Riebeeck straat is die hoekwinkel wat bekend gaan staan as Pastry Delights. Pastry Delights se deure open Donderdag, 12 Julie met die heerlikste tuisgemaakte pasteie in 7 verskillende soorte. Familie pasteie sal op bestelling beskikbaar wees. Vleisrolletjies, meer bekend as sausage rolls word in verskillende grotes verkoop. Die pakkie van 4 is ideal vir elke leerling se kosblik. Groot pasteie is vullend en hoë kwaliteit vleis word vir vulsels gebruik. Pastei deeg, eie in sy soort krummel nie soos die gewone pasteie nie. Mini pastei pakkies bevat elke 6 mini pasteie ook beskikbaar in 7 verskillende soorte. Pasteie kan ook in groot hoeveelhede gekoop word en vir solank as 6 maande gevries word. Hierdie is nie jou tipiese rennie pastei waar jy nadat jy die pastei geeet het smag na ‘n rennie nie. Hier het kwaliteit ‘n naam. Allerlei beskuite en smullekker koekies om van te kies en keur. Besoek ons gerus. Die lesers wat weet waar Rekord Koerant se kantore is sal ons maklik vind gebruik dieselfde ingang.

shelters. We now have 44 women from five shelters with existing sewing groups in Gauteng.” “It for this reason that we launched the “Adopt a centre for Abused Women and Children: From Victimhood to Survival” campaign. This campaign guaranteed the rights of women and children, and prohibits all forms of discrimination by

promoting the development and empowerment of women and children.” “The Gauteng Government stands by the survivors. We offer ourselves as the support so that we declare war on this scourge. It is through integrated actions that no one ever goes through any form of abuse again,” said Mayathula-Khoza.


PAGE 4

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

10 JULY 2018

Missing woman and children

5 Years wasted Did you know that the Junior Traffic Training Centre in Heidelberg has been disfunctional for almost five years. This centre, which is well equipped with necessary resources such as classrooms and offices, has been abandoned by the Gauteng Department of Community Safety.

267 SKAKEL 083 6198 267 6198

H2410

Training manuals, road traffic signs and training uniforms are gathering dust in the storerooms. This raises concerns about the funds allocated to the Traffic Management unit and its sub-programme of promoting road safety. It is clear that this department has failed to take ownership of this centre as they are mandated to do. The abandonment of this centre raises questions about this department’s efforts in promoting road safety education amongst primary school learners. The school safety programme plays a critical role in educating our children about road safety and road signs. This will help to reduce pedestrian fatalities as children will be equipped with road safety knowledge from a young age. The DA will conduct an oversight inspection to this centre to assess its condition and to determine why it is not functioning. The DA will also table questions in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature to determine why the centre has been abandoned, when it will be operational, how much money has been allocated for the running of the centre and on what its allocated budget has been spent.

Out of 597 women reported missing between January and October 2017 only 151 were found. Where are the other 446 women? These shocking figures were revealed in a written document tabled in the Gauteng Provincial Legislature by the MEC for Community Safety, Sizakele NkosiMalobane. According to the MEC the following are statistics for women reported missing in 2017 total of 597151 The number of children reported missing for the past year (1 May 2017 to 30 April 2018) was 472, of these reported cases 436 children were found alive, while 4 were found dead and 32 have not been found at all. This indicates that the lives of women and children are in danger on a daily basis. There is a dire need to ensure the safety of these most vulnerable members of society. These figures also indicate that the SAPS is not doing enough to find the missing women. The SAPS should be putting together specialised task teams that ensure that investigations are effective and expedited and that cases are shepherded through the courts to ensure

convictions. Too often, vital investigative steps are not followed and accessing information through court applications takes too long. Areas that are identified as hot spots for missing women and children should be targeted for specialist interventions. In many cases people known to the family, or family members themselves, are implicated in missing persons cases. Furthermore, there is often a history of domestic violence. Currently tracking of domestic violence cases and sexual assault is done via a manual register in police stations. An electronic system to track perpetrators and victims across police station bounda-ries is necessary and will assist in identify-ing likely suspects in the cases of missing women and children. It is the responsibility of the SAPS to ensure the safety of all our people as well as the implementation of effective crime prevention strategies. Our most vulnerable members of society have now lost confidence in the ability of the police to find missing persons. Our people deserve to be kept safe in their homes and public spaces.

TEL: 011 819 1575 / 082 690 7591

TEL: 016 341 2187/8 HEIDELBERG, 23 Schoeman Str. BALFOUR 93 Mury Str.

017 773 0220


NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

Speedster driving at 210km/h The Gauteng Traffic Police’s High Speed Unit arrested a speedster last week in during a special high speed intervention. The 31 year old male was caught speeding in a Mercedes Benz E350 on the R21 near Olifantsfontein. The man who claims to work for Mercedes Benz was driving at 210 km/h rushing to be in time for a wedding. The speedster was arrested on the spot and taken to Olifantsfontein Police Station where he was formally charged with reckless driving and exceeding the prescribed speed limit of 120km/h on a freeway. The man was later released on R1000-00

bail and will appear in Tembisa Magistrate Court. The Department of Community Safety condemns in strong harshest terms the bad driving behavior and conduct by some of Gauteng drivers. Reckless driving and excessive speeding is one of the major contributors of fatal crashes of the roads in the province. Gauteng Traff ic Police and other law enforcement agencies will continue to deal decisively with those who do not adhere to the rules of the road particularly given the high rate of fatalities that the province continue to experience.

Listeriosis outbreak Little financial sopport is given to smallscale and emerging pig farmers in Gauteng. During the recent outbreak of Listeriosis, Gauteng small-scale farmers were forced to sell their pigs to abattoirs at a lower price. According to Gauteng MEC for Agriculture and Rural Development, Lebogang Maile small-scale and emerging farmers do not have the financial resources at their disposal to insure their livestock against a drop in market value. In addition, commercial farmers have also been affected by the Listeriosis outbreak and they have been forced to reduce the working hours of their staff from seven days to five days. MEC Maile, said two piggeries were also forced to close and 12 people who were employed by small-scale farmers lost their

Tarrif hikes Ekurhuleni residents and the business sector are reminded that as from 1 July tariffs will increase as announced by the MMC for Finance and Economic Development Cllr Doctor Xhakaza when he tabled the 2018/2019 budget speech. Residents will start noticing changes to their July monthly account statements. Tariffs have increased as follows: Assessment rates 6.9% Water 12.96% Sanitation 9% Refuse removal 7.5% Electricity - between 5.32% and 8.5% (subject to usage) To view the detailed tariff schedules visit www.ekurhuleni.gov.za

jobs because of the Listeriosis outbreak. While the department has indicated that the affected farmers will receive piggery feeds this month, it will not do much to mitigate loss incurred.

Social grant Social grant beneficiaries who draw their money at ATMs might have to wait a little longer to access it. The South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) assured those who experienced problems with electronic payments that they would be paid in full. “What is being experienced is a result of a process of changing from an old to a new payment system for social grants. Sassa is also in a process of phasing out Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) as directed by the Constitutional Court and introducing the South African Post Office (SAPO) to pay social grants,” said acting Sassa CEO Abraham Mahlangu. “We request benef iciaries to give themselves at least three days to withdraw their grants.” Sassa asked beneficiaries who access their funds through ATMs to f irst pick the savings account option when withdrawing their money. If this is rejected, then the cheque account option should be selected. “Sassa wishes to apologise for the inconvenience caused to the beneficiaries,” said Mahlangu. Sassa and SAPO are working tirelessly to find a solution to this problem and ensure that all beneficiary services are restored in the shortest possible time. We further undertake to keep our benef iciaries informed.”

PAGE 5

Criminals posing as municipal officials The City of Ekurhuleni wishes to remind its customers to never pay any amount to any person posing as a municipal official, unless this payment takes place over the counter, inside the City’s rates halls. This follows reports of customers receiving hand-delivered letters and being approached by fraudsters who claim that the customer’s meter was found to have been tampered with and that an immediate spot fine must be paid, to avoid disconnection of power. Customers are also lured to install what it purported to be a prepayment meter, where the customer is scammed to believe that they will pay substantially less per kilowatt-hour if they switch to prepayment meter. Once the customer accepts this “upgrade”, the monthly fees are not paid to the City, but to the scammer. If an unlawfully installed prepaid meter in discovered by the City’s Meter Auditors, the illegitimate prepaid meter will be confiscated and electricity supply will also be disconnected until a legitimate meter is installed by Ekurhuleni officials. This will be followed by a backdated billing as the city would not have being receiving payments from the customer.

To avoid becoming a victim of crime, residents are advised to follow the following golden rules: Do not make direct payments or pay spot fines to an individual claiming to be a municipal official. All payments must be over the counter inside any rates hall across the City. Upon receiving a letter addressed from the City, residents should make a follow up call through the call centre or the 999 number provided on the letter before making any payments. Always request a legitimate receipt that can be kept as proof of payment. Any illegal activities or suspicious behaviour should be reported through the municipal Call Centre on 086 054 3000.

JJC Kruger & Vennote Springs Parkland Kliniek Spesialiste Spreekkamer 011 812 4172 Drie Riviere - Vereeniging Umgenistraat 54, H/v Bashee Straat Drie Riviere, Vereeniging (By River Square kruising 016 423 3553

H2406

10 JULY 2018

GEHOORSENTRUM

C.J.J. STEEL cc. ~ STEEL MERCHANTS ~ Cnr: Grootvlei Rd, and Partridge St, Strubenvale Tel: 011 815 4700/1/2 * Fax: 086 671 7253 email: cjjsteel@cjjsteel.co.za - www.cjjsteelcc.co.za

2018 Specials from JUNE 1 SQ TUBE 6M 1.6MM

2.0MM

REC TUBE 6M 1.6MM

2.0MM

38x20 .... R153.00 ..... R192.00 38x25 .... R166.00 ..... R203.00 50x25 .... R182.00 ..... R233.00 50x38 .... R234.00 ..... R270.00 76x38 .... R284.00 ..... R295.00 76x50 .... R307.00 ..... R376.00 100X50 ..................... R479.00

1.6MM

FLAT BAR 6M

2.0MM

20MM .... R75.00..........R103.00 25MM .... R94.00 ....... R120.00 32MM .... R129.00 ..... R195.00 38MM .... R144.00 ..... R222.00 50MM .... R206.00 ..... R263.00 76MM .... R298.00 ..... R388.00

EQ ANGLE 6M 25x25x3 .................... R117.20 25x25x5...................... R178.00 30x30x3 .................... R136.50 30x30x5 .................... R232.40 40x40x3 .................... R178.00 40x40x5 .................... R278.00 25x25x2 .................... R 81.00 30x30x2 .................... R110.20 40x40x2 .................... R128.50

Fibre Glass Sheeting R83.00 p/m cut to size

LIP/CHANNEL 6M

Terms & Conditions apply

PIPE 6M

12x12 .... R82.00 16x16 .... R94.00 20X20 ... R85.00 ..... R114.00 25X25 ... R102.00 ..... R153.00 32X32 ... R144.00 ..... R206.00 38X38 ... R189.00 ..... R239.00 50X50 ... R244.00 ..... R330.00 76X76 ... R376.00 ..... R452.00 100X100 ................... R624.00

9M

Stockists of Steel Sections, Rail, Piping Plante and Tubing

LIP/PURL 6M

9M

12X3 ........ 16x3 ......... 20x3 ......... 20x5 ......... 25x3 ......... 25x5 ......... 30x3 ......... 30x5 ......... 40x3 ......... 40x5 ......... 50x3 ......... 50x5 .........

R 38.00 R 42.00 R 51.00 R 67.00 R 60.00 R 81.00 R 73.00 R100.00 R 97.00 R133.00 R128.00 R166.00

SQ BAR 6M 10MM ..... R69.00 12MM ....... R90.00

WINDOW SECTION 6M RT6 ......... RT13 ....... RX7 ......... F7 ............ F4B ..........

R 79.00 R 94.00 R 111.50 R 91.00 R 228.00

75x50x20x2.....R307.00...R467.90 75x50x20x2.....R285.00...R434.00 ROUND BAR 6M 100x50x20x2...R345.00...R525.00 100x75x20x2...R359.00...R547.00 6MM .......... R22.30 POLYCARB SHEETING 125x50x20x2...R388.00...R591.00 8MM .......... R36.40 R165.00p/m Cut to size 150x50x20x2...R426.00...R649.30 10MM ........ R48.50 REINFORCING BAR/Y-BAR 12MM ........ R70.00 WE WILL MATCH OR BEAT ANY 10MM ............R 56.80 0.5 IBR/COR ROOF VALID QUOTATION 12MM ............R 80.00 SHEETING..R75p/m

JUNE 2018 SPECIALS

H/R SHEETS & PLATES

PALISADE PANELS LOOSE PALES 3mx600mm...R 443.00 600mm....R 15.00 3mx1.0m.......R 509.00 1.0m........R 21.00 3mx1.5m.......R 707.00 1.5m........R 33.00 3mx1.8m.......R 816.00 1.8m........R 41.00 3mx2.0m.......R 858.00 2.0m........R 45.00 WE DELIVER / PRICES ARE VAT

2450x1225x1.6........R615.00 2450x1225x2.0 .......R736.00 2450x1225x2.5........R890.00 2450x1225x3.0......R1068.00 2450x1225x4.0......R1520.00 2500x1200x5.0......R1884.00 2500x1200x6.0......R2282.00

INLUDED E&OE


PAGE 6

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

PETS / TROETELDIERE

BUY & SELL

GENERAL SERVICES ALGEMENE DIENSTE

NOAH’S ARK PET SHOP Voëls, voëlsaad, hokke, visse, viskos, akwariums. krieke, Hondekos, Avi-Plus. Bearded dragons, hamsters, spinne-koppe, meelwurms, hondehokke, honde jassies en bedjies. Honde, katte en hasies. Oop weeksdae 9:00 - 18:30, naweke en vakansiedae 09:00 - 16:00. Tel: 083 456 6601. 011 814 4514. SHOP 7, FERRYVALE SHOPPING CENTRE. NIGEL COMPUTERS / REKENAARS Matrix Warehouse Nigel. For all your computer requirements. 011 814 2156. nigel@matrixwarehouse.co.za/ BRIDAL/BRUIDE/MATRIEK

WEDDING WORLD SPRINGS 011 811 5776/083 280 4584. GROOT BESPARINGS -20% korting op bestaande trou- of matriekafskeidrok - kies uit 1000 plus. Skitter in die rok van jou drome! Bring idee of prentjie vir asemrowende skeppings deur Elize ontvanger van Internasionale Ontwerper Toekenning (Parys, Frankryk). Koop, huur of kies uit ons groot verskeidenheid elegante Trou & Aandrokke, Manspakke, Hemde, Dasse en Onderbaadjies te huur. Bespreek jou plek vir jou matriekafskeid rok nou! Betaal af tot funksie datum. Professionele Vriendelike diens. H/v 3de Straat & 3de Laan Geduld, Springs. BUY AND SELL

MOBILE PAWNSHOP Open 7 days a week. We buy, pawn, sell. Furniture/tools/ Gold Jewellery/TVs / Fridges / Washing machines. We come to you.Otto 073 937 9710 or Vanessa 074 235 7006. SHOP 011 739 4570

LAUNDRY MATE

Enjoy peace of mind while dealing with a tried & trusted partner. FOR THE BEST DEAL ON YOUR WHEELS! AFFORDABLE WHEELS BUY & SELL CAREL 082 4533 794 REFRIGERATION / AIRCONS NIGEL - FRENCH Refrigeration & Airconditioning. Installation, repair and services. Contact 082 701 1946. or visit us at the cnr of North Street & 6 Avenue, NIGEL.frenchrefridgeration@gmail.co.za

Bring all your blankets, duvets, comforters, linen, curtains, clothing, etc. to us for a professional wash. We will take care of your laundry as if it is our own. Laundry can be fetched and delivered at a small fee within Nigel and Heidelberg Town areas. Contact us on 011 814 3597 / 072 511 4366

10 JULY 2018

D.F. AIRCON Mobile Automotive Aircon & Repairs.

Aircon Repairs to Cars, Trucks, Tractors, Mining equipment, Combines “Stroopers”.

Daniel 082 348 4499/ 079 876 9896. All work guaranteed

SMART KITCHENS & HOME IMPROVEMENTS For 3D Designer Kitchens or kitchen revamps, BIC, Bathr, Vanities, No compromise on Quality and Service. Free Quotations. Phone Andre at 082 738 1441

ANCIENT DAYS H/V HOSPITAAL & HF VERWOERDSTRAAT HEIDELBERG Skakel ons by 016 349 2175 of Wena 082 785 9108

BAK & BROU / BAKING Vir heerlike soet en sout gebak groot of klein hoeveelhede. Spesialiseer in vrugtekoek, piesangbrood, melktert, dadelbrood, ens. Slegs op bestelling bespreek vroegtydig. Alle gebak welkom skakel 011 739 5706 of 063 157 5895. Bestellings moet self afgehaal word geen aflewerings diens nie. VACANCIES / VAKATURE

tt 77 Porter Rd. DUNNOTTAR

FOR SALE / TE KOOP NIGEL FERRYVALE R1.1 000 000

AVON!!!! 011-814-1266. 072-061-3409/076-0834449 STEVEN/LINDA. 48A Hendrik Verwoerd str. Nigel. DO YOU NEED CASH!!! We will come to you to pawn or buy almost anything. Heidelberg, Nigel & Dunnottar. Koos van Staden looking for any “scrap” to sell. Available for garden duties, cleaning of garages and handyman work in and around the house. Contact 072 254 2945.

Want to join a world of opportunities? Become an Independent. Rep NOW! Contact Collette 082 339 6324 TO RENT / TE HUUR HUIS TE HUUR, NIGEL - Ferryvale R7,500.00 per maand uitgesluit water en ligte. Drie garages. Drie slaapkamers. Twee badkamers. Groot sitkamer. Eetkamer. TV Kamer. Groot kombuis. Siersteen woning met elektroniese skuifhek in baie veilige omgewing. Langtermyn verhuring. Okkupasie einde Julie 2018, deposito betaalbaar. Kontak Marius, cell: 082 439 3400 vir meer inligting.

Heidelberg AA Meetings Mondays & Thursdays from 19:0020:00 at the Heidelberg Methodist Church, 29 Strydom Street. Heidelberg. If you think you have a DRINKING or DRUG problem. Please come listen to the testmonies of sober recovered alcoholics and drug addicts. For any anonymous donations contact Marius. Contact Person: Marius 083 566 4569 or email marius@laulynn.co.za

Pragtige ruim 3 slaapkamer woning te koop in Ferryvale, Nigel met 3 motorhuise en afdakke. Sitkamer, eetkamer kombuis, kantoor, 2 badkamers. Kantoor kan as ekstra slaapkamer gebruik word. Ruim kaste vir voldoende pakplek. Skitterende leefhuis. Lapa met klein swembad met verhitting en braai area. Oulike Pophuis. Groot buite geboue geskik vir werkswinkel of parkering vir boot en karavaan. Pragtige tuin goed versorgd. Beligting. Omhein rondom. Elektriese motorhek, alarmstelsel met cctv. ‘n Woning gerieflik om in te trek en te bly. Geleë naby hoër en laerskole, asook sportsgronde. Naby plaaslike sakesen-trum asook gyms.

Skakel 083 287 9289.


10 JULY 2018

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

PAGE 7

Skoolprobleme Kinder geweld Die Skole- en Personeelopname (SASS), wat deur die Nasionale Sentrum vir Onderwysstatistiek (NSS) op die been gebring is het onderwysers en skoolhoofde hul siening van probleme in skole gevra. Verskeidenheid van skoolprobleem vrae, insluitend afwesigheid, dwelmmisbruik en fisieke konflikte tussen studente, onderwysers en skoolhoofde, kan almal gekenmerk word as probleme. Onderwysers en Skoolhoofde vertel dat familiefaktore ‘n baie ernstige probleem in meeste skole is. In 1990-91 het een uit elke vier openbare skool onderwysers gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid aangehaal as 'n ernstige probleem in hul skole. Hierdie probleem is ook beskryf as "ernstig" met 4,3 persent van private skool onderwysers. Onder beide openbare en private skoolonderwysers het hierdie probleem die lys bygedra in die persentasie onderwysers wat dit as 'n ernstige probleem in hul skole gegradeer het. Sekondêre onderwysers was meer geneig as basiese onderwysers om gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid as 'n ernstige probleem in hul skole aan te meld. Skoolhoofde het ooreengekom dat gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid een van die ernstigste skoolprobleme is. Onder openbare skoolhoofde is armoede dikwels as 'n meer ernstige probleem beskryf as die gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid. Privaat skoolhoofde het armoede as 'n ernstige probleem genoem. Behalwe die gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid, is die volgende skoolprobleme wat

baie voorkom ingesluit: armoede, studenteafwesigheid, studentediskriminasie teen onderwysers, ouerlike alkoholisme en / of dwelmmisbruik, en studentestorting. Gedrag en houdings van studente is meer geneig om by onderwysers op die sekondêre vlak as problematies beskou te word as deur onderwysers op elementêre vlak. Ouer alkoholisme, aan die ander kant, is so dikwels deur elementêre onderwysers as "ernstig" beskryf, aangesien sekondêre onderwysers en armoede meer dikwels deur elementêre onderwysers as "ernstig" beskryf word. Privaatskoolonderwysers was baie minder geneig om te rapporteer dat enige van die bogenoemde probleme "ernstig" was. Die persentasie privaatskoolonderwysers gradeer elke probleem as "ernstig" van 1,1 persent vir studente in besit van wapens tot 4,3 persent vir gebrek aan ouerbetrokkenheid. Onderwysers se verslae oor die erns van alkohol en dwelmmisbruik het in beide openbare en private sekondêre skole toegeneem. Ten spyte van onlangse toenemende aandag aan die teenwoordigheid van gewere en ander wapens op skoolgronde, het meer onderwysers dit as ‘n ernstige probleem beskou wat bekamp moet word. Verslae van openbare sekondêre skoolhoofde dui dat dwelm- en alkohol misbruik kommerwekkend is. Baie min openbare of private skoolhoofde het berig dat studente se besit van wapens 'n ernstige probleem in hul skole is.

Kinderbeskermingsstatistieke in SuidAfrika verf 'n ontstellende prentjie. ‘n Hoë persentasie van kinders word deur geweld geteister. In 'n land wat verstommende skokkende misdaadstatistieke toon, is dit maklik om die kinders agter die getalle uit die oog te verloor. Dit is hoekom die verhale van 11 slagoffers van 11 kinders wie se lewens vir altyd verander of geëindig is deur geweld, so belangrik is. In die opbou van die Kinderbeskermingsweek in 2018 het die statistieke wat in die Suid-Afrikaanse Parlement vrygestel is, getoon dat minstens 41% van alle gerapporteerde verkragtingsake van die afgelope drie jaar kinders betrek. In dieselfde tydperk is meer as 2600 kinders vermoor. Voeg hierby die tienduisende babas wat onwetting uit die land geneem word. Onthullings van 20-

jaar ondersoek wys dat 99% van alle kinders wat studeer, geweld gesien het of 'n slagoffer was van geweld. Dus is dit nie verbasend dat die wêreldwye humanitêre organisasie World Vision aanbeveel dat geweld teen kinders as 'n nasionale ramp beskou word. Maar so kommerwekkend soos hierdie statistieke is, kan hulle nie die daaglikse impak van geweld op kinders in SuidAfrika voldoende uitbeeld nie. Slagoffers se individuele vertellings illustreer dit die beste. 'n Veldtog is geloods tydens die Kinderbeskermingsweek wat stories uitgewys het wat deur slagoffers self vertel is aan die Kinderbeskermingsaktiviste wat ondersoek ingestel het. Van die stories sal jou hare laat rys en skokkend is dit dat meeste van die gevalle ouers of familielede aktief betrokke is.


PAGE 8

NIGEL/HEIDELBERG REKORD - ONLINE EDITION www.rekord.org.za

10 JULY 2018

Mayoral cup games In commemoration of Youth month, the Executive Mayor of Dipaleseng Local Municipality hosted the Mayoral Cup Games Tournament for the youth of Dipaleseng under the theme ‘Sports for Life’ aimed at fighting social skills that continue to plaque our community, particularly the youth. The all-day tournament took place at Siyathemba Stadium on June 23 and saw four local teams per code; Soccer and Netball from all areas of the municipality, Grootvlei, Nthoroane and Siyathemba participating and competing for the first prize at the action-packed games with the teams displaying high levels of skills, talent and enthusiasm at the field of play. The main concept behind this program was to conduct a community outreach event that has clear, integrated and positive short, medium or long-term tangible outcomes for the youth of the area by creating an ongoing awareness and community engagement platform on social skills that have detrimental effects on the lives of the youth. This programme showcased constructive alternatives to current lifestyle for positive future growth and development. The tournament reflected an inclusive approach wherein the youth who are drug abusers also participated as curtain raisers

for the final soccer match. They displayed such talent and kept the spectator packed grandstand roaring. Both the teams, winners and the other teams were awarded gold and silver medals respectively. Surprisingly, the player of the tournament, Thokozani ‘Skhakhane’ Msibi came from one of the user’s teams and he was awarded a trophy as a gesture for displaying overwhelming skills. A spectator during the tournament, Mr. Sipho Mlangeni from Extension 5 in Siyathemba, expressed his satisfaction with the tournaments inclusive approach of drug users and further said “What I like is the inclusion of all people, particularly the users. We need to regularly work on providing alternative platforms to their current lifestyle. They have so much talent that needs to be nurtured.” The soccer champions, Young Rabbits who beat Swallows four (4) goals to nil (0) were awarded a full soccer kit, soccer ball, revolving trophy and gold medals, while the first runner-ups got a soccer ball and silver medals. Portugal Netball Club, the netball champions received a netball kit, ball, gold medals and trophy while the first runnerups, All Stars got a trophy, silver medals and a ball. The third and fourth place teams

Rabbits and Go-getters also got medals and Whitey Mntungwa stole the show as the woman of the tournament and she received a trophy. The soccer and netball match officials who assisted by officiating the games were also given gold medals and whistles. Young kids that were in attendance and watched in awe of their older counterparts were given water bottles as gifts.

Spesialiseer in: Persoonlike-, kommersiële- en boerderyversekering * Professionele en vriendelike diens * Persoonlike aandag * Vinnige en effektiewe eisehantering * Baie billike tariewe

Klippies: 083 282 7577 Wayne: 072 266 6157 Kantoor: 011 814 8297 Kantoor ure: 08:00 - 16:30

ELCO STEEL DEALERS TEL: 011 362-1551/2 FAKS: 011 815-3427 Cnr. Ermelo & Dagbreek Rds, Largo, SPRINGS

2018 SPECIALS INVERTER WELDER 200 Amp R2288.21 F/BAR 6MT

ANGLES 6MT

20X3 20X5 25X3 25X5 30X3 30X5 40X5 40X3 50X3 50X5

25X25X2 R 72.60 25X25X3 R 91.68 25X25X5 R 150.63 30X30X3 R 122.82 30X30X5 R 198.42 40X40X2 R 115.92 40X40X2.5 R195.06 40X40X3 R 158.34 40X40X5 R 264.29 50X50X3 R 203.88 50X50X5 R 354.78 60X60X6 R 467.28

R 44.34 R 60.24 R 52.86 R 75.18 R 64.56 R108.30 R109.62 R 92.40 R107.76 R164.58

SQBAR 6MT 8MM 10MM 12MM

R71.28 R65.22 R84.66

R/BAR 6MT

Netball players who participated.

6MM 8MM 10MM 12MM 16MM 20MM

R 20.34 R 33.24 R 56.76 R 79.98 R138.96 R229.08

WIND/SECT RT6 RT13 RF7 RFX7 RF4B

R R R R R

84.66 115.92 110.94 105.84 283.08

EXP/METAL 6320C R227.62 6320D R263.72 WHEEL KIT SETS 60MM R142.78 80MM R179.49

SHEETS/PLATES EA 2450X1225X1.6 2450X1225X2 2450X1225X2.5 2450x1225x3 2450x1225x4 2500x1200x5 2500x1200x6

R600.00 R711.22 R871.75 R1016.84 R1563.71 R1774.17 R2118.43

PALISADES PALISADE PANELS 600mm High R432.69 900mm High R530.32 1.0mt High R562.88 1.2mt High R627.96 1.5mt High R725.62 1.8mt High R823.26 2.0mt High R888.34 2.4mt High R1018.54 LOOSE PANELS 600mm R16.76 900mm R22.87 1.0mt R24.90 1.2mt R29.89 1.5mt R37.36 1.8mt R44.84 2.0mt R49.81 2.4mt R56.94

CHANNEL 76X38(6.70kg/mt) R 606.00 100X50(10.73kg/m)R1027.62 152X76 R2137.80 178X54 R1837.14

“Drug users” team with the Executive Mayor, Clr. Mafunda Makhubu

Speaking during the awarding of rewards, the Executive Mayor, Clr. Mafunda Makhubu expressed his sincere gratitude for all participants in general and the users in particular. “Let us continue to support and include drug and substance users in mainstream community upliftment programs to foster rehabilitation” he concluded.

Valid while stocks last

RECT. TUBE 1.6MM 25X12 38X20 38X25 50X25 50X38 76X25 76X38 76X50 100X50

R116.82 R116.52 R150.06 R180.42 R209.94 R228.72 R282.54 R284.88 R588.72

SQ. TUBE

2.0MM R137.82 R162.54 R178.68 R211.74 R259.08 R295.50 R347.22 R355.32 R433.26

1.6MM R2.0MM

20X20 25X25 32X32 38X38 50X50 76X76 100X100

R 82.08 R106.26 R137.58 R175.32 R227.58 R361.92

PIPE

1.6MM

19MM 25MM 32MM 38MM 42MM 50MM 76MM 100MM

R 67.62 R 90.90 R116.70 R139.02 R157.68 R197.34 R286.08

LIP CHANNEL 6MT 75X50X20X2 100X50X20X2 125X50X20X2 150X50X20X2 175X50X20X2 200X50X20X2

R303.00 R340.14 R353.82 R400.86 R467.28 R502.20

R104.94 R147.24 R187.74 R209.46 R309.48 R412.56 R630.30

2.0MM R 94.26 R115.62 R150.60 R183.72 R220.68 R245.22 R372.54 R476.64

9.1MT R442.52 R518.43 R584.28 R623.42 R700.60 R774.55

DURA SPRINT R4029.90 Welding Rods 2yr warranty, 2x remotes, 4mt rack 5kg 2.5mm & anti theft bracket battery R132.82

ROOF SHEETING I.B.R 0.4MM CQ R60.51 I.B.R/CORR. 0.5MM R74.15 I.B.R/CORR.0.6MM R90.33 CORR 0.3MM FH R39.24

GALV SHEETS 2450X1225X0.5 2450X1225X0.6 2450X1225X10 2450X1225X2.0 2450X1225X3.0

R239.08 R309.45 R528.44 R899.19 R1801.88

A grade prices include vat subject to availability E&OE

Rekord - Nigel & Heidelberg  

10 July 2018

Rekord - Nigel & Heidelberg  

10 July 2018