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MANY people either look forward to the festive pe­ riod and begin their countdown to Christmas in Oc­ tober, while others are left running for the hills to avoid  the  ‘silliness’  that  comes  with  the  season. As we get ready to wind down and take a breath­ er, we decided to reflect on some of the wonderful reasons  to  celebrate  the  year  that  was. Yes,  we  can  talk  about  some  of  the  lowlights as well (no pun on the word ‘lights’), but that would not  be  very  festive  at  all. The team at the Fever has had a wonderful year and has shared some truly remarkable memories with  you.  We’ve had an action­packed year from meeting wonderful  individuals  who  are  slowly  changing their communities one step at a time to covering campaigns that shows a proactive community who are willing to fight for their beloved home towns. To those people who are continuously going the

extra mile to serve others, we would like to salute you and thank you for allowing us to share your sto­ ries. This year South Africans voted hoping for the best – many are now glued to the parliament ses­ sion coverage because you never know what to ex­ pect. In 2015 we will be joining the queues for the by­elections  and  once  again,  hoping  for  positive change. We know we live in a beautiful city and another reason to be a proud Durbanite is Durban has been voted  an  official  new  Seven  Wonder  City  of  the world.  The  picturesque  beaches,  rolling  hills  and breath­taking skyline together with a host of won­ derful  inhabitants,  sets  us  apart  from  the  rest  of South  Africa. After  40  years,  the  Miss  World  title  is  held  by a  South  African. 


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Rolene Strauss was crowned Miss World at the weekend and now features in a long list of remarka­ ble women who continue to make a difference to the  countries  they  live  in  and  the  world. South Africans also took time through out the year to remember Nelson Mandela and do their bit to  fulfill  his  legacy.  It’s been a year since his death and many ques­ tioned the stability and patriotism of South Afri­ cans.  The good news is, it seems as if communities are  now  more  united  than  ever.  Many  believe  his spirit still lives on calling it a sprinkling of ‘Madiba magic’. Clearly  South  Africans  will  continue  to  make great strides despite the negative news that some­ times  comes  to  the  fore.  The Fever would like to wish all our fantastic cli­ ents and readers a wonderfully happy festive sea­ son  and White here’s NISSAN to  welcoming  2015 toin help style. A Mark campaign the


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continues to destroy some of our communities. However, the one thing that continues to stand undefeated is the spirit of the Upper Highway community. Through the difficult times, our readers have once again proven that we are, without a doubt, among the most resilient and strong-willed. We have weathered all the storms that came our way and have demonstrated that we can be a community to be proud of - from our disabled horse rider achieving his goals to a local woman beating breast cancer and becoming an inspiration to others - our community stands together proud! We are confident that 2015 will be better than ever. We, at The Hillcrest Fever, have faced our

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HIS year’s theme for Rotary International is “Serving Humanity”, which captures the essence of Rotary and its work over more than a century. Rotarians realise that the purpose of life is to serve humanity with a humane consciousness that will propel a deeper sense of love, peace, joy, truth, compassion, fairness and benefit to all in a world challenged by conflict, diseases, poverty and turmoil. When the Rotary Club of Amanzimtoti announced its plans, investment and commitments to early childhood development (ECD) at its 50th anniversary in June 2015, the aim was to assist in the development of the competence of early childhood teachers to contribute to the holistic development of the child as an outcome. As club members became more involved in the challenging and exciting opportunity that early childhood education presents, their interest deepened to incorporate opportunities for environmental education that supports sustainable living, health, food security and livelihood. They believe that providing opportunities for children to be responsible towards the environment and to care for others begins at a young age. Not only does it benefit the child,


Rotary International  and  WESSA  are  joining  hands  in  educating  pre­ schoolers  about  the  environment.  Participating  are  (from  left)  Dion  Ford,  Iris  Canham  (MoP),  Bob  Skippings  (WESSA),  Yvonne  Skippings  and  Britt  Snoek  (Khanya  Hospice  Dutch  volunteer). but it has an impact on the family, community, environment and global community. This contributes to a ripple effect of humans serving humanity. The club is looking to roll out ECD training and competence development to five rural ECD schools within the vicinity of Amanzimtoti. The schools will need to incorpo-

rate gardening projects and to ensure that environmental education is part of the daily programme. “The benefit of gardening projects is that it teaches children where food comes from and develops their scientific and environmental awareness. It also encourages healthier food choices and improves learning skills,” said Iris Canham, who is heading the

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Athlone Park  community  crime  watch  formed ARE you tired of crime in the area, well Athlone Park residents have established a community crime watch. “We will work with the South African Police Service, the Community Crime Prevention Organisation and security companies to eradicate crime in our area,” said Basil Pillai, and invited residents to join. Interested parties can contact Ash Saran on 083 632 6393 or John Jones on 072 329 9348. - Supplied.

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>> DIE Afrikaanse Taal en Kultuur Vereniging (ATKV) het Vrydagaand ‘n glans geleentheid gehou by Lords and Legends om fondse in the samel vir die ATKV se welsynsarm bekend as Abba Sorg. Die Franse kultuur-aand atmosfeer is geskep deur ‘n skildery uitstalling deur die South Coast Art Association en skilderye is te koop aangebied. “Die ATKV reik uit na ander kulture en daarom het ons besluit op ‘n Franse kultuur-aand. Pick n Pay is een van ons borge en besoekers gaan Fairview wynlandgoed se wyne proe,” het ATKV voorsitter, Riaan Odendaal gesê.


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PENNINGTON Hospice charity shop staff commemorated Breast Cancer Awareness Month and World Hospice Palliative Care Day in October. Pink is the colour associated with the fight against cancer and Khanya Hospice is launching, in conjunction with Rotary, the Pink Drive from now until end of December, which entails wrapping trees whether in front of your house, or office, church or business. Material can be bought for R100 for five

metres from Hospice. People are invited to browse around in the Pennington Hospice shop and experience first-hand the warm and friendly atmosphere. Volunteer Vivian Hollander says it is a pleasure to shop at the store. For more information, call Hospice on 083 597 8985, Aneska on 083 255 2588, Toti Rotary) or email - Supplied.

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In his hopes budget speech, the decisions by the president. er, we decided to reflect on some of the wonderful sion coverage because you never know what to ex­ year to remember Nelson Mandela and do their bit This column to provide valu• Do notmade rush and utilise your time finance minister highlighted a The Hawks and Minister reasons  to  celebrate  the  year  that  was. pect. In 2015 we will be joining the queues for the to  fulfill  his  legacy.  able strategies and tips not only for the wisely. Look at the mark allocationofper O not tell me you are a better their five- percent increase. people who gave you your job. rangefor  of commodity increasPolice, Nathi Nhleko, be Yes, we can talk about some of the lowlights by­elections  and  once  again,  hoping  positive It’s been a year since his death and many ques­ matriculants, but also forprice those who question and spend yourseem time to accordoption than the ANC. Do not tell You all (opposition parties) so easy how many jobs, es. As the target range of the govintensifying their bid to extract as well (no pun  on the wvoted ord ‘lights’), bItut isthat  wouldto show change. tioned the stability and patriotism of South Afri­ are at the background supporting the ingly. the people of South Africa to against Zuma’s increase of approxischool, RDP houses, etc., can be creatthree sixmonths. percent information alleged not  be  very  festive  at  all. We know we live in a beautiful city and another pupilsernment’s through the nexttocans.  The good news is, it seems as if communities few • As you are about workingan through your vote for you because you will change mately R120 000, but how many ed or built with Zuma’s salary or the inflation margin is exceeded, “rogue unit” that was in SARS. The team at the Fever has had a wonderful year reason to be a proud Durbanite is Durban has been are  now  more  united  than  ever.  Many  believe  his Striking a balance is essential, in final paper, highlight the answers that it for the better. Do not tell me you care South Africans know of the five Nkandla costs, but voted  what about you,new  the Seven  interest rates are to rise to you Consumers must themand has shared some truly remarkable memories an  official  Wonder  City  of at the spirit still lives on calling it a sprinkling of ‘Madiba order to perform thegoing best possible maybe doubtful off.brace Should you be for the poor and unemployed of this percent increase you all got? The five opposition? bring inflation under control. selves for further devaluation of with  you.  world.  magic’. standard. pressed for time at the end of the exam, country, because you are lying. percent increase for all MPs equals Are you truly thereThe  for the people of beaches,  The National Energy Regulator thewill rand ifcontinue  the rifttoto  between TomanWe’ve had an action­packed year from meeting picturesque  rolling  hills to and Clearly  South  Africans  will  make your Pupils need balance study and this allow you review The reason why South Africa is in about R18,6wonderful  million - that is excluding or justbreath­taking skyline together with a host of won­ there to tell us how of South Africa has allowed Eskom swers Moyane and Pravin Gordhan is left individuals  who  are  South slowly Africa changing great strides despite the negative news that some­ relaxation, they also require proper in order of preference. this economic, social and moral crisis MPLs, city their communities one step at a time to covering councillors and mayors, bad the ANC is. Ifderful inhabitants, sets us apart from the rest of you really want to to increasetheelectricity tariffs simmer without times  comes  to  the tofore.  diet throughout build-up as well asby Remember, balanceconstructive and organisais because most of our public repre- and if you campaigns that shows a proactive community who are a chairperson of a work for the people, you will take your 9,4%, an above-inflation increase intervention soon. stress is curbed South  Africa. The Fever would like to wish all our fantastic cli­ for the duration of the examination pe- tion is key. Pre-exam News sentatives (opposition included) are committee, are willing to fight for their beloved home towns. you get even more. salary increase and put it back into the that is is and going eat into the through continuous preparation with After  40  years,  the  Miss  World  title  held care-givers by to ents and readers a wonderfully happy festive sea­ riod. Parents should -Don’t bethe a victim of crime thisI festive season part of problem. Yes, am angry, Do you really work for the people? community you serve. disposable income of consumers. SURUJPAL To those people who are continuously going the a  South  African.  son  and  here’s  welcoming  2015  in  VIJAY  style. provide an environment that is best to  breaks in-between, eat healthy meals -IChristmas centrepieces kidssaddened can make by How can we rebuild Mzansi if you do am very angry, but more When you chose to become a public As to commodity prices begin to with adequate rest. Good luck. 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Orissa Primary  showcases  pupils’  creativity 


Grade 7  pupils  with  creative  arts  teacher,  Chitra  Rajkoomar.


AMALINEE Primary will be hosting their annual Grade R Debs Ball on Friday, 28 October at the Amanzimtoti Civic Hall. The pupils are hard at work perfecting their dance moves and look forward to the public attending their function to see

their little superstars shine. Tickets are R60 for adults and R30 for children. For further information, contact Kamalinee Primary on 031 902 4534 or email kamalineeprimaryschool@ - Supplied.


Kamalinee Grade  R  Debs  participants  are  prepar­ ing  for  their  annual  ball.  Ready  for  the  event  (front,  from  left)  Samuel  Naidoo,  Ndumiso  Ncay­ iyana,  Saisha  Gounden,  Azile  Mkhize,  Litalia  Deepchand,  Aria  Pillay,  Ashante  Thaver,  Navishka  Govender,  Shivar  Jugganath,.  and  (back,  from  left)  Adriel  Pillay,  Brady  Govender,  Slindokuhle  Ngema,  Kiasha  Naidoo,  Adiya  Sukdeo,  Leona  Bhagwanth  and  Thiash  Ramasamy.


Creative arts  teacher  Chitra  Rajkoomar  with  pupils’  creative  work.

ORISSA Primary school recently showcased pupils’ creative work at an art exhibition. Natural science and technology projects were also on display. Grade R to Grade 5 pupils presented creative pieces on conserving the environment, Grade 6 on South African heritage and Grade 7 on the importance of water. The exhibition was much appreciated. - Supplied.

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Kingsway High  2017  head  girl  announced Athlone  Park  Primary  School  is  proud  to  announce  that  Lauren  Williams,  a  past  pupil,  is  the  new  Kingsway  High  2017  head  girl  ­  what  an  amazing  achievement.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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Amanzimtoti Sports  Centre Toti  trail  run The  Toti  trail  run  takes  place  on  Friday  11  November.  This  is  a  fund­ raising  initiative  by  the  Amanzim­ toti  Sports  Club  to  improve  facili­ ties  at  the  club  and  bring  the  Toti  and  surrounding  communities  to­ gether.           The  run  starts  at  6pm  at  the  Amanzimtoti  Sports  Club  and  fin­ ishes  at  the  centre  as  well.           Adults  pre­paid  entry  fees  are  R80  for  the  eight  kilometre  route  and  R40  for  the  four  kilometre  route.  U16  pre­paid  entries  are  R60  for  the  eight  kilometre  and  R30  for  four  kilometre.  Pre­entries  close  on  10  November.            Race  day  entries  cost  an  extra  R20.  Race  day  registration  takes  place  at  Amanzimtoti  Sports  Club  from  4.30pm  to  6pm.           For  further  information,  and  sponsorship  opportunities,  contact  Dave  Ward  082 492 1995  or  da­ Headlamps  and  torches  are  com­ pulsory.  Entries  are  online  via  ROAG  ­  or  follow  on  https://www.face­­ tre/

CANSA –  ‘Purple  Toilet’  initiative  The  CANSA  fund­raiser  is  support­ ed  by  ASC  ­  rugby,  soccer,  cricket,  squash,  baseball  and  dog  clubs.

Car monitors  in  the  park  ASC,  in  an  effort  to  empower  the  car  monitors  that  work  at  the  park,  as  well  as  increase  security  and  visibility  have  purchased  uniforms,  etc.,  for  them.           Please  help  us  by  only  support­ ing  these  monitors  dressed  in  the  blue  and  black  so  that  other  car  guards  wanting  to  operate  in  the  area  go  away.            Please  pass  this  message  on  to  all  club  and  family  members  and  anybody  who  uses  the  facilities  at  the  park.           CCPO  and  Blue  Security  are  the  first  point  of  contact  for  any  inci­ dents  in  the  park  and  remain  ASC  and  Lords  Security  Providers.


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Matter of  fact AN  article  published  in  the  Fever  last  week  in  the  column  from  Amanzimtoti  Sports  Centre  had  the  incorrect  amount  donated  to  Bobbi  Bear  by  the  dog  club.  The  article  stated  that  the  dog  club  donated  R50,  the  correct  amount  donated  to  Bobbi  Bear  was  R500.  The  error  is  regretted  and  we  apol­ ogise  for  any  inconvenience  caused. 

Goss &  Balfe  Sapphire  Coast  Marathon


ASC members. Toti  United  FC  Toti  United  Football  Club  (TUFC)  fin­ ished  the  season  in  a  very  respectable  fifth  position.            Despite  some  setbacks  and  the  loss  of  a  number  of  our  star  players,  the  team  pulled  together  and  man­



SUNDAY saw the running of the annual Goss & Balfe Sapphire Coast Marathon. “The day was a huge success with just under 3 000 athletes competing. Many athletes could not complete the race as they were not marathon fit, and because of the heat. We would like to thank our sponsors for contributing to the success of the event,” said Amanzimtoti Athletics Club’s Des van der Merwe. Results: 42.2 m run 1: Bongmusa Mthembu in a time of 2:30:10. 2: Second, Nkosinathi Duma in a time of 2:32:12. 3: Delani Mkhize with a time of

aged to  finish  off  the  season  in  style.            The  boys  can  definitely  be  proud  of  the  fifth  place  finish  after  their  first  season  in  the  DCFA  premier  league,  hopefully  we  can  build  on  this  position  next  year  and  challenge  for  the  title.

2:32:59. 21.1km run 1: Silindile Gubese in a time of 1:08:00. 2: Prodical Khumalo in a time of 1:08:19. 3: Vumani Mlaba in a time of 1:08:23. 21.1km walk 1: Natalie le Roux in a time of 2:06:46. 2: George Aphane in a time of 2:23:43. 3: Stephen Conway in a time of 2:29:14. “The entry fee was R190 and many athletes paid an extra R10, and we had eight boxes of biscuits left over. The extra money and biscuits as well as other items will be donated to Bobbi Bear,” said Van der Merwe .

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HE Toyota Avanza has come a long way since its initial introduction as a comfortable and affordable multi-purpose vehicle (MPV) that moved many people from one place to another. True to its name (Avanza is derived from an Italian word “avanzata”, which means advance), the Avanza has – over the years – evolved into a more sophisticated MPV that boasts a lot passenger-like qualities. Toyota South Africa Motors (TSAM) is proud to announce the addition of

Vehicle Stability Control (VSC) – including Brake Assist System and Traction Control – as a standard safety feature on all Avanza models. Anti-Lock Breaking System (ABS) is standard across the range. The latest safety enhancements come exactly a year after the addition of Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD), three-point centre seatbelt, driver and passenger airbags, ISOFIX restraint points and centre headrests for the second seating row. “The current generation Avanza

has been remodelled continuously, with a variety of improvements in style and capabilities, since its launch in 2012. While it has become smarter on the inside, its exterior looks have not been neglected. The Avanza is definitely more refined, but it’s still the multi-faceted and multi-functional MPV that our customers fell in love with a decade ago,” says Kerry Roodt, General Manager of Marketing Communications at Toyota South Africa Motors. The interior of the current genera-

Rugby legend  to  captain  Pajero  Legend MITSUBISHI SA has brought legendary value back to the market by introducing limited special edition models of the Pajero Legend II, and in an at-

tempt of a superb charge-down, Mitsubishi SA now also sponsors Springbok lock Victor Matfield. The Pajero Legend II builds on the

success and global celebration of Pajero’s impressive motorsport history of 12 world-record Dakar Rally victories, of which seven had been won in


Victor Matfield  (back)  and  the  Mitsubishi  Motors  team  at  a  dealer  meeting  when  the  vehicle  was  handed  over.

tion Avanza feels more like a passenger car compared to its predecessor. This was achieved courtesy of a lowered instrument panel which has improved driver visibility and a centrally located cluster. Occupant luggage space was also addressed and all three rows have ample legroom and kneeroom. The extra space was created by adjusting the shape and placement of the seatbacks and door trim. All those who have been inside the current model would have observed that the driver is treated to a revised instrument cluster, adopting striking amber hued inserts, a silver outer bezel and white night-time illumination for greater visibility and user friendliness. All models have an Eco indicator to provide feedback to the driver on economical driving – thereby contributing to even better fuel economy. Despite these improvements, the Avanza has always maintained its status as a value for money proposition. While sales in the MPV segment have reduced significantly over the years locally, the popularity of the Avanza has

consecutive years. Braam Faul, national marketing manager of Mitsubishi Motors South Africa, said: “We chose to partner with Victor because we found an integrity that we could relate to. We share values of rectitude and toughness and are always striving to improve our performance.” Matfield began his Springbok career at the age of 24, and was widely regarded the best lock in world rugby during his decade of playing for the Springboks. He has played more green and gold rugby than any player. Matfield has captained the Vodacom Bulls to three Vodacom Superugby titles in 2007, 2009 and 2010, the Tri-Nations in 2004 and 2009 and the Rugby World Cup in 2007. In 2008 he was inducted into the University of Pretoria Hall of Fame. Initially retiring after the 2011 World Cup, Matfield made a comeback at the start of the 2014 season, signing a contract with the Bulls. After the 2015 Rugby World Cup, Matfield joined and ended his rugby ca-




not waned. In fact, average monthly sales are at a laudable 400 units. Customers are well aware of Toyota’s traditional strengths of QDR (quality, durability, reliability) when purchasing Avanza. The peace of mind that comes with owning any model in the Toyota range cannot be understated. For example, in the Kinsely Report, the Avanza has always performed strongly by either winning the category or finishing second. The report is an independent reference on parts’ pricing and is intended to assist motorists seeking knowledge on the cost involved to service, maintain and repair a vehicle. The Avanza came second in this year’s report (2016 Kinsey Report). The Avanza range offers customers three grades to choose from depending on their individual needs. Forming the starting point of the line-up with a strong value focus, is the S grade model, which features power windows, remote central locking, power steering, a centrally mounted console box, intermittent windscreen wipers and an anti-theft system as standard. The SX grade brings touches of added comfort and style with colour-coded exterior mirrors with power operation, a refreshing airconditioner system and vanity mirror for the front passenger. Forming the flagship of the Avanza range is the TX grade, which is equipped with sporty ‘switchblade’ 15 inch alloy wheels and adorned with chrome treatment on the front ‘brow’. A rear mounted roof spoiler adds a stylish touch to the profile. Providing the in-car entertainment for family road trips is a 4-speaker audio system with USB input for added convenience. A multi-information display provides feedback on various elements to the driver. Lastly, the 1.3-litre Panel Van remains part of the line-up, providing a perfect utility vehicle with great manoeuvrability, fuel efficiency and a cavernous cargo area. - Supplied.

reer at the English club Northampton Saints. Matfield is known for his size and athleticism, which cannot be overlooked. There’s tough, and then there’s playing 74 minutes of a brutal test match with a broken rib. That’s exactly what Matfield did in 2010 against England at Twickenham. Regarding his partnership with Mitsubishi SA, Matfield said: “I am proud to represent Mitsubishi and look forward to a successful working relationship. The off-road credentials of the Pajero Legend II are classleading and perfect for my family and Ito enjoy while being completely synonymous with Mitsubishi.” Matfield’s impressive career earned him numerous accolades, including that of the most capped Springbok in history, having played a record 127 Tests. Matfield is also a six-time nominee for the SA Rugby Player of the Year (2001, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2011) and has been labelled the greatest lineout general in rugby history, and for good reason. - Supplied.


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Toti pupil  wins  dance  contest  at  Color  Run  Bongi Ngcoya  fr Amanzimtoti om   Pr the  winner  of imary  is   th contest  at  th e  dance  e  warm­up  of  the  Color  Run.   PH OTO:  JONATH AN BURTON


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CLOSE to 6 000 men, women and children braved the breezy cool weather to participate in the 2016 edition of Color Run™ Durban last week. Despite the weather, attendance was 20% more than last year. The event culminated in an alfresco family fun party on the school lawns. Eight-year-old Bongi Ngcoya from Amanzimtoti Primary School won the dance competition at the

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warm up event. Ngcoya charmed the crowd with the exact moves to Silentó’s track Watch Me. Dubbed “the happiest 5km on the planet” – runners and walkers were blasted with colour at intervals during the five kilometre fun run-walk. For more information, go to the Color Run website http://thecolor and Facebook www.face Africa. - Supplied.

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