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to come UMVOTI Municipality workers who went on strike on Monday and Tuesday. They stated that the municipality employs over 100 temporary workers, 17 of whom have been "temps", but

a councillor's daughter had been appointed a permanent member of staff although she had only worked a short time as a temp. The Greytown Gazette re-

The mess  left  behind  by  striking  municipal  workers.

quested comment from the municipality about the strike, but at the time of going to press no response had been received.


Cancer Awareness  Day GREYTOWN will be holding its fifth annual Cancer Awareness Day on Saturday 12 November - and this year's event is in honour of Michelle Redinger, who died on 6 October, a week after her 42nd birthday, and after an incredibly brave battle against the disease. Michelle's positive attitude, her sense of humour despite constant pain and her care for others served as an inspiration to the many, young and old, whose lives she touched. The event, organised by Greytown's Superbody Club will be held in Greytown Feeding Project Hall, Voortrekker Street. Organiser, Zeena Ally told the Greytown Gazette that theme for the day is "Get your Pink On". Pink has become the colour associated internationally with breast cancer. During the morning a Shavathon will take place - this is a fundraiser for CANSA in which donors can either have their head shaved or "spray painted" in a range of colours (which do wash out). To put the message across about the importance of regular checkups there will be talks to create this awareness and advice from cancer

Michelle Redinger  died  on  6  October,  a  week  after  her  42nd  birthday. survivors to emphasise the importance of early detection and a healthy lifestyle. Tea, cakes and cup cakes for CANSA will be on sale. For more information, phone Zeena Ally on 081 858 6724.

Public comment  needed  on  draft  by­laws THE Umvoti Municipality draft by-laws, which if approved and implemented, will certainly bring about dramatic changes to the streets of Greytown. For instance - just two of the proposals - parking meters, no repairing vehicles on a street or pavement, and then there is this one, which seems a bit strange in these times of drought - no driving in a manner that will splash pedestrians, and a R1 000 penalty for doing so. Penalties for these and many others range from R500 to R2 000. In last week’s Greytown Gazette the municipality published

an advertisement requesting comment from the public on the proposed by-laws – deadline for such is 11 November. Copies of the proposed by-laws can be viewed at the Municipal offices, Greytown and Kranskop libraries and a copy can be emailed on request to Included in the parking meter by-laws are detailed instructions which appear somewhat confusing and long winded :9.4(a) states that if a parking bay is parallel to the curb or sidewalk in such a manner that the motor vehicle is headed in the general direction of the


movement of traffic on the side of the road on which the vehicle is parked and so that the lefthand wheels are substantially parallel to and within 450mm of the left hand curb. Maybe someone can make sense of this - your best bet is to carry a tape measure in the vehicle - otherwise it could be a R500 penalty. Drivers who constantly U-turn in Pine Street, motorists are prohibited from driving “while holding a cellular or mobile telephone or any other com-

munication device in one or both hands or with any other part of the body (?), cyclists who ride on a sidewalk, or on any street without his feet on the pedals, and one hand on the handlebar at all times and even failure to leave a bicycle in an upright position can all lead to a fine. It is most important that Greytonians have a look and comment on the various draft by-laws, complaining once they have been implemented will not be of any assistance to anyone.





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19 October  2016

New direction  for  KZN  agriculture

Deante smiles  on  South  Africa

AN extensive wide consultative process with various key stakeholders in KZN has been initiated by MEC Mthembu to heighten agricultural activities both in terms of subsistence farming to be beneficial to poor communities. Food security remains a critical pillar in a province that has majority poor households in rural and semi-urban areas. Part of this consultative process is for making policy reviews that may ensure that various forms of departmental assistance for our people to engage in various forms of agricultural activities using available land to ameliorate the vicissitudes of poverty and hunger. As we approach the planting season, part of the interventions will include availing seeds, tractors, manures and other inputs. A strategic programme for a “new generation of black farmers” and agriculturalists with a particular focus on youth and women will be developed as part of the new policy pillar.

LITTLE Miss World, Deante Swart of Greytown, will be smiling at passers-by in various parts of the country after joining Just You, a South African agency in Johannesburg, which works with all major companies from advertising on TV, billboards, magazines, etc. Deante has been contracted by Fashion World clothing to model for them – they do not allow the

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“We cannot break the racial glass ceiling of agricultural valuechain ownership, management and control unless government take a radical lead to change these patterns in a dynamic and strategic way using policy instruments and resources in its foothold,” said Mthembu.

young model’s face to be shown – but as can be seen in the photo, Deante’s trademark smile is instantly recognisable. Deante will also have acting auditions in October with an international Arts Talent Showcase scout from America for possible links with Disney and Nickelodeon productions and overseas modelling.

The MEC has consulted with traditional leaders to establish structural relationships for rural communities’ and farming and has met all district mayors to establish a working relationship in their areas on agriculture. - Khaye Nkwanyana: Media Liaison Officer.

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Origins of  the  apple  shared A FASCINATING history of the origins of the apple was the main feature of the Customer Engagement Day hosted by Aheers Supermarket on Thursday, 13 October. Buks Nel, PR for Tru-Cape, kept the group enthralled during his talk as he traced the history of this fruit from the 1600s in Khadakestan to the huge range now available. Apples are obviously his passion and his talk, with lots of humour, was most enjoyable and interesting. Tru-Cape was launched in 2001 to distribute and market deciduous fruits. Most of the fruit it distributes is grown in the southern fertile valleys of South Africa. Areas where the majority of the fruit is grown is in the Western Cape around Elgin, Grabouw and Ceres, and in the Southern Cape in Langkloof. A mild Mediterranean climate and a variety of micro-climatic and soil conditions found in these areas provide ideal growing conditions for top quality fruit. Nel is a veteran of the fruit industry and Tru-Cape’s new varietal expert, responsible for finding and testing new varietals and was the excited discoverer of a redder Gala mutation, now registered as Big Bucks. Passing on his knowledge and passion Buks co-authored Apples

DO you need a new member of the family who is happy and alert? How about one-year-old Sheba, a delightful mix of breeds, who is extremely good with children and other animals. Already spayed Sheba will be a delightful tail- wagging addition to a family. Any cat lover would be delighted to have Freckles around – about 10 months old, she is very affectionate and just loves people. This tortoiseshell young lady desperately needs a loving home and is not coping with living in a communal cattery. If you can provide a loving home for either of these two, contact SPCA on 072 096 9634 during office hours.

Vishay Aheer  (right)  with  Tru­Cape’s  Buks  Nel

in the Early Days at the Cape and a book on insects, a speciality interest of his. Other suppliers, which spoke about their products included the Bakhresa Group which manufacture Azam flour – new on the South African market - and three local entrepreneurs - Rabia Hoosen (printed labels and cake toppers), Shireen Shaik (natural beauty

Beer fest  at  country  club IT is guaranteed to be an evening of fun and enjoyment - the Greytown Country Club's annual beer fest that is to take place on Fri-

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day 28 October. The outstanding music will be provided by Heuwels Fantastic all the way from the Cape so show

products) and Chris Trudeaux (cheese maker). The Bakhresa Group is one of the leading industries in Tanzania, East Africa. Started in a humble manner with a small restaurant in the Port City of Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania, in the mid-seventies, it has now emerged as one of the prominent family owned business groups in the region. them a warm KZN welcome. Tickets are R200 with children under 13 free. There are family specials for anyone buying more than four tickets. Save 20 and buy your ticket before 28 October as tickets sold at the door will be

Who could  resist  Sheba?

Freckles in  a  playful  tree­climbing  mood.

R220. There will be various types of draught beer to taste as well as new stock just released by SAB. Secure parking with security and police presence will be there to look after vehicles. Greytown Kinderhuis is

preparing and selling food for the evening in aid of funds. Please support and enjoy the evening at the Greytown Country Club - the fun starts at 8pm. Contact Elmarie on 033 417 2441 for more information and tickets.






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Hermannsburg Happenings

19 October  2016

Mondi donates  uniforms  to  Eshane  Primary ESHANE Primary School personnel were thrilled to receive a donation of uniforms from Mondi for some pupils.

Mondi’s annual donation of photocopying paper to the school is also much appreciated.

This year’s  Grade  12  prize  winners  at  the  Hermannsburg  awards  last  Friday. 

Pupils with  their  new  uniforms  and  (back)  Mrs  QN  Mhlongo  (HOD),  Mr  Ntuthuko  Ndlovu  (community  member  who  negotiated  with  Mondi  on  behalf  of  the  school),  Mr  ZA  Khumalo  (principal),  Mrs  PE  Mkhize  (SGB  chairperson)  and  Mrs  B.D.  Mngomezulu  (HOD).

Hermannsburg Little  Oaks’  Oracle

Class of  2016  and  their  partners  at  the  Bollywood­themed  Hermannsburg  matric  dance  last  Saturday. AS hard as it may be to believe, almost another year has slipped by and it was time again last Friday to honour the achievements of our Grade 12 pupils at their awards ceremony when roud parents, teachers and pupils congratulated award winners on their fine achievements. Imke Marx was awarded half-colours for hockey, the Matric Trophy and the Ernst Schütze Trophy for service above self. Riaan Olivier was awarded a merit certificate for academics, full colours for athletics and the Gert & Wynina Jansen van Vuuren Trophy for Afrikaans. Ayanda Nzama was awarded full colours for environmental studies and honours for her membership of the KZN Midlands Youth Choir. Rupert Meyer was awarded honours for his membership of the

KZN Youth Choir. Fezile Gumede was awarded honours for soccer. Danielle Schweiger was awarded full colours for athletics and honours for her membership of the KZN Youth Choir. Terry-Lynn Costello was awarded half-colours for academics, full colours for athletics, the Lombardozzi Trophy for life orientation and the Ulrich Prigge trophy for German second additional language. Tabea Röhrs was awarded half-colours for academics, the Edith Clark Memorial Trophy for English, the W&K Schröder Language Proficiency Trophy for overall proficiency in English, German and Afrikaans, the Du Preez Advanced Programme English Book Prize, the KwaZulu-Natal Deutscher Kulturrat Prize for German home language and the dux trophy for 2016.

The farewell for the Class of 2016 continued on Saturday evening when the Grade 12s showed off their finest and most elegant dress at the annual matric dance. Guests were transported to vibrant, colourful India and Bollywood, thanks to Grade 11 pupils, their parents and the teachers who planned, guided and raised funds with them throughout the year. A pleasant evening of fine fare and dancing ended all too soon and we wish the class sound memory and total recall as they start the IEB examinations this week. On the sporting front, our U15 Titans cricket team took on Wartburg, making 64 for 6 (David Torgius 26). Wartburg replied with 65 for 3 to win a match notable for the good sportsmanship displayed. Well done.

OUR pupils love the tactile nature of clay and playing with clay is very therapeutic and lots of fun. It can be rolled, squeezed, twirled and pulled in all directions and helping to develop motor skills and imagination. For the past two weeks the pottery club pupils made little tradi-

tional Zulu pots by pinching and pressing a ball of clay into the desired shape. After decorating them with traditional patterns the pots will be fired before they are polished off with shoe polish. Our Little Oaks can’t wait to show their pots to families and friends.

With their  hand­crafted  pots  (from  left)  Emma  Reibeling,  Jona  Risch,  Naseeha  Randera,  Daniel  Surendorff  and  Daanyaal  Hoosen.

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Road safety  or  publicity?

Who cares?

THIS photo was emailed to the Greytown Gazette a week ago with the comment “safety rails lying down in Laatz Street had several birthdays”. Despite constant complaints to Umvoti Municipality nothing has been done. The resident queried whether, now with R100 000-plus being been spent by the mu-

nicipality on tables for the Matomelo dinner, plus overtime, plus filling potholes and cutting verges on the route, etc; whether there would be any money left over in the budget to fix such problems as this one - the question that comes to mind is, what are the priorities of our municipality, road safety or publicity?

There is  actually  nothing  to  say  ­  the  photo  speaks  for  itself.

UPCSA Mpolweni  congregation  Youth  Conference THE Uniting Presbyterian Church in Southern Africa, under leadership of Reverend KJ Xaba, will be hosting the sixth annual youth fellowship conference on 22 and 23 October at the Odlameni UPCSA church from 7am. The Mpolweni congregation will host the community outreach session and wellness

programme and will visit two families and provide food parcels and clothing. A music competition will be held by branches and the key note speaker will motivate the youth, and there will be praise and worship. For more information, contact Mandla Thusini, Youth Fellowship chairperson on 076 945 2929.

‘Safety rail  lying  down  in  Laatz  Street  has  had  several  birthdays’.

Weddings bells ring out


Jeffrey Mphenduleni  of  Nqhutu  and  Millicent  Siphesihle  of  Pietermaritzburg  were  married  recently  by  the  Reverend  Ngcobo  at  the  Nqhutu  Community  Hall.


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Language Festival  indaba  success THE Umvoti Youth Language Development, in collaboration with the Umzinyathi District and Umvoti Local Municipality, hosted a successful event in the Greytown Town Hall last week. The event was aimed at getting more local schools involved in the annual Language Festival. The event was attended by pupil and teacher representatives, principals, and the district structure of the Youth Language Development, Umvoti Local Municipality, World Vision, Umvoti Aids Centre and Old Mutual. Mrs Mchunu unpacked how the programme linked with daily teaching and learning activities. She said these are co-


Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 67 bis of the Town Planning Ordinance No. 27 of 1949, as amended and Clause 1.1.4 (c) of the Umvoti Municipality Land Use Management Scheme, that Umvoti Municipality will consider an application for Special Consent by NELWIL TRUST Registration Number IT2191/2004, herein represented by WESSEL LOURENS WILKEN to build 24 residential units on Erf 1013 (240-248 Voortrekker Street) Greytown. The relevant documents will lie open for inspection at the Umvoti Municipal offices in Greytown, 41 Bell Street, during normal office hours (07H45 to 16H30 PM). Any person having sufficient interest therein may lodge written objections or representations with the undersigned in writing by no later than 29 November 2016. Any person, who fails to lodge or forward comments in response to this notice by the date given above, shall be precluded from further participation in the process, and taking further steps, with regard to the proposed amendment. MR M.F. MAPHANGA ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER PO BOX 71 GREYTOWN 3250

curricular activities that give pupils the chance of putting into practice what is taught in class. She said genres included storytelling, poetry, drama, prepared , impromptu speeches and debate, which form part of the curriculum. She also spoke about the achievements that the programme has achieved since it started. The representatives from the teacher unions Sadtu and Natu spoke in solidarity with the programme. They committed themselves to encouraging members to participate in the programme. On behalf of the event organisers, Mrs T Mavundla thanked Umvoti Local Municipality for sponsoring the indaba. She said Umvoti is always ready and willing to give help whenever the Department of Education calls for help. She also thanked Umvoti Aids Centre, World Vision and others for their continued support. - H.W. Xulu.

19 October  2016

St David’s Doings

St David’s  School  Grade  6  girls  in  their  traditional  attire  to  celebrate  Heritage  day  (from  left)  Nozibusiso  Mchunu,  Yamkelwa  Dlamini,  Ruth  Buthelezi  (Zulu  attire)  and  Nkabenhle  Nxumalo  (Xhosa  attire).

Check out  your  debt  councillor’s  credibility THE National Credit Regulator (NCR) is embarking on a “misleading advertising” campaign to educate and inform consumers about credit-related adverts that are misleading. The NCR has noted with great concern, debt counselling advertisements that are false and misleading to consumers, says Kedilatile Legodi, manager: debt counselling at the NCR. These debt counselling adver-

tisements are conducted in a form of SMSes, emails and phone calls usually promising consumers a saving on monthly installments by a certain percentage (predominantly up to 60%) before they conduct an assessment on the consumer’s finances. When doing an assessment for debt counselling, some debt counsellors, who usually operate call centres, inflate consumer’s monthly expenses to reduce the amount available to repay debts. This is unethical, misleading and a misrepresentation of what debt counselling is. A debt counsellor must first conduct an assessment of the consumer’s income against the living expenses such as school fees, groceries, etc., to

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debt counsellor, says Legodi. Important for consumers to note is that the NCR registers debt counsellors in their natural and/or individual capacity and not as companies. As a result, only a registered debt counsellor can assist consumers with the debt counselling application as per the National Credit Act. “It has come to our attention that some debt counsellors are using call centre agents and administration staff, who are not duly authorised to offer debt counselling,” says Legodi. “Consumers are advised to ensure that they know who their debt counsellor is throughout the process.” Consumers who receive misleading SMSes and calls are asked to immediately report these with the names of the debt counsellors or their registration number to the NCR on 0860 627 627 or dccomplaints

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Junior Jottings U13 Cowboy 8 Cricket Tour ON Friday 14 October Greytown Junior's U13 cricket side travelled to Dundee Junior School to participate in their annual Cowboy 8 cricket tournament, accompanied by Mr Stanczk and Mr Goosen. Greytown Junior played a total of three games, with the first being played against Dundee Junior. Greytown made a total of 48 runs for the loss of 5 wickets and Dundee Junior made a total of 56 runs for the loss of 5 wickets. Our second game was against

Drakensburg. Greytown made 30 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Drakensburg made 34 runs for the loss of 2 wickets. Our final game was against Utrecht Primary. Utrecht made 65 for the loss of 5 wickets and Greytown made 46 runs for the loss of 9 wickets. The tournament provided much-needed experience and was enjoyed by all. A big thank you to our sponsors BSB Enterprises, Midas, Greytown Autopaints and Superquick Greytown.

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Wembley College  news CHARLES Dickens once said: “I have always thought of Christmas time, when it has come round, as a good time; a kind, forgiving, charitable time.” Christmas is coming and Khayalami Orphanage would be delighted if you could help them by donating R100 towards a present for a child at the orphanage. This is the third year we are collecting money for presents and the presentbuying has already begun. Some of the boys will be getting soccer balls and some of the girls will be receiving Barbie dolls. There are many more presents that still need to be

bought. If you would like to contribute towards this collection, contact Louise Yeadon on 083 308 1732 to make a donation. You can make a difference in someone’s life. Moreover, in the third term, our SP pupils had a chance to show off their creativity by preparing a book review with a difference. Our grade 4s and 5s had to collect items that related in some way to a character or place in their books and these had to be put into a box that was decorated to represent the book. The Grade 6 and Form 1 classes were asked to rede-

sign a cereal box working with the theme of their book. They had to create a game for the back of the box and include a toy. A big thank you is extended to each pupil who prepared such lovely reviews. The following pupils received certificates for their creative projects: Grade 4 Elri De Nysschen and Deanté Swart Grade 5 Molly Barber and Adisha Munessar Grade 6 Kelly Cotterrell, Ludwig Herbst, Adrian Hill and Mark Schofield Form 1 Sarah Barber, Uttara Moodley, Keown Peter, Zoë Scholtz and Amoré Van Rooyen.

Greytown Junior's  U13  cricket  side.

Managing exam  meltdown IT is that time of the year again – as the Jacaranda trees bloosom (if a blossom falls on you, its good luck) and matrics throughout the country gear up to write their final examinations, Dr Gillian Mooney, Teaching and Learning Manager at The Independent Institute of Education, offers the following advice on how to cope with the stress of these exams: • Don’t panic If you feel panicked, take long, slow and deep breaths. Doing this will calm you physically. Getting the physical panic under control is an important step in calming your mind. • Calm down Once you have calmed your body, it is time to calm your mind. Give yourself a mental pep talk by repeating to yourself “I am calm. I have worked hard. I know my work”. You can also give yourself this pep talk while you are taking deep breaths. • Get back to basics Once you are feeling a bit calmer go back to the questions you believe you could not answer. Try to jot down anything and everything you can remember about the material. You can always cross this out to indicate that it should not be marked. • Visualise If you cannot remember any of the material, try to use some memory tricks to assist you.

For example, try to visualise sitting in class when the material was covered, or try to picture yourself in your study area with your notes in front of you. Often thinking about the context of the material can help you to remember it. • Reconstruct your memories If you are able to jot down notes about the material, review these notes and see how the information you have remembered relates to the question. Try to reformulate your notes into a response to the question that was given to you. • Remember the big picture Keep in mind that what you are usually marked on is your ability to answer the question. In the worst case scenario, where you cannot remember a single piece of information from your course material, simply try to answer the question from a common sense perspective. You may find that you do actually know quite a bit about the question and may be awarded some marks for your general knowledge. Doing this may also prompt you to remember the course material. “Staying calm is your most important weapon in the exam room,” says Mooney, “as is keeping a sense of perspective at all times, and endeavouring only to do your best in whichever situation you find yourself.” - Meropa Communications.

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Congratulations to  Calista  Muna  for  being  awarded  the  prize  for  U16  girls’  runner­up  and  the  open  women’s  doubles  winner  in  the  Dormehl  KZN  competition.

ISAZISO SE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) NGOKWAKHIWA OKUHLONGOZWAYO KWEMIGWAQO KUMASIPALA WASEKHAYA UMSINGA, ESIFUNDAZWENI SAKWAZULU-NATAL Isaziso sikhishwa ngokwe nqubo-mgomo yokongiwa kweZemvelo (Environmental Impact) eyakhishwa kwi Notice kaHulumeni kunombolo R.983 kwisaziso mthetho sikahulumeni (Government Gazette) kunombolo 38282 ka 04 December 2015, ngaphansi kweSigaba 24(5) soMthetho Kazwelonke Wokuphathwa Kwemvelo (Act No.107 of 1998), ukuthi uMasipala Umsinga Wasekhaya uhlongoloza ukwakha lemigwaqo elandelayo: • Umgwaqo owu 5.4 km esigodini sasemambeni- EDTEA Ref no: DC24/0011/2016: KZN/ EIA0000349/2016 • Umgwaqo owu 0.5 km oseduze nebhuloho lase Tugela Ferry - EDTEA Ref no: DC24/0012/2016: KZN/EIA/0000350/2016 Umsebenzi ohlongozwayo usohlwini (Activity Number 12(xii), 19(i) and 24(b)) ngokwenqubomgomo (Regulations R983) ka 05 December 2014 soMthetho Kazwelonke Wokuphathwa Kwemvelo (National Environmental Management Act, 1998) njengoba uchitshiyelwe. Ngakho I Basic Assessment kumele yenziwe ukuze bathole I Environmental Authorisation yokwakhiwa komgwaqo. uMsinga Local Municipality uqoke iMagalela and Associates ukuqhuba iEnvironmental Impact Assessment yalentuthuko ehlongozwayo. Loluhlelo lokubhekelela ukubambisana nomphakathi (Public Participation) inika ithuba abantu abangaba nogqozi nabathintekayo kule phrojekthi ithuba lokwazi ngayo, ukuphawula futhi baphakamise izingqinamba nezimvo. Inhloso yalesi saziso ukwazisa bonke abangase babe nogqozi nabathintekayo ngethuba ukuba babhalise njengalaba abanogqozi nabathintekayo ngale ntuthuko ehlongozwayo. Labo abafuna ukubhalisa ngokusemthethweni njengalaba abanogqozi nabathintekayo ukuze baveze umbono wabo futhi nokuphawula okuhlongozwayo banxuswa ukuba balethe imininingwane yokuxhumana yabo ephelele zingakapheli izinsuku ezingu-30 kushicilelwe lesi saziso. Ukuqinisekisa ukuthi ubizwa ngabonogqozi nabathintekayo, sicela uthumele igama lakho, imininingwane kanye nokuzinikela kwakho kwi phrojekthi, ungathinta umuntu kulezinamba ezingezansi. Public Participation office: Simphiwe Mtshali Magalela and Associates Tel: +27 (0) 31 535 7094 Fax: +27 (0) 86 5565646 Cell: 071 307 2675 Email: The closing date: 19 November 2016

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Msinga businessman  and  Msinga  Driftkhana  founder  Smanga  Mabaso. THE fifth edition of the Msinga Driftkhana car spinning event is on 29 October. The event takes place annually in Mpelankani Msinga in Transport Month and promotes road safety and the employment of safety measures by drivers, who enjoy the sport, supported by the Department of Transport KZN. A media launch was hosted last Friday at SMG Durban, which is one of the event partners that have supported the event for the past few years. The media was addressed by Kate Clohessy of SMG Durban, as well as Manqoba Bhengu, a representative of the KZN Department of Sport and Recreation, who is also one of the spon-

sors of the event. Saturday 29 October is the main event, with stunt drivers from all corners of the country, including world-renowned stunt driver, Brian Capper. Other drivers include Magesh, Eddie Rasta, Lefe Lentja and others. After the main event is an after-party featuring DJ Bongz, DJ Siyanda, Zakwe, DJ Merlon, Mondli Ngcobo, Junior D Rocker and more. This is all takes place in the state-of-the-art facility at Mphelankani Msinga, which has a lounge and restaurant as well as a pavilion overlooking the pit where the car spinning takes place. The venue is secure with state-of-the-art security features. The weekend spectacle ends with a Sunday picnic winddown session featuring local musical acts and promising a relaxed day of sundowners and great company. General access tickets range from R50 for children under the age of 12 to R100 for adults and R500 for VIP, available at the venue. A private lounge option is available for R1 500 and a suite for a maximum of 20 people is R15 000 and those bookings can be made by contacting Qiniso Mabaso on 082 319 3444. More information on Facebook/MsingaDriftkhana on Instagram Msinga DriftKHANA and Twitter: @Msingadriftkha.

Book briefs Fashion Babylon ­ Looking Up the Skirts of the World's Most Glamor­ ous  Industry Authors: Imogen Edwards-Jones and Anonymous AH, the fashion industry. As if we needed another reminder that not everyone is a bronze, six-foot tall Greek sculpture that belongs on a billboard on the way to the airport. If I was ever asked for proof that women truly came from Venus, I’d point towards the delectable Claudia Schiffers and Naomi Campbells of the world and argue their suspiciously perfect proportions. In Fashion Babylon, Imogen Edwards-Jones once again pulls the curtain on an industry few people are privy to. Follow our fictional designer through months of preparing for her next fashion week as she explains what it takes to make it as an international brand and sheds light on commonly-asked questions. Who decides what’s in fashion” and what’s not? What’s the markup on designer items? What impact have celebrities had on the industry? And, is there a cost to keeping yourself paper-thin? Revealing yet non-judgmental, the book makes a case that fashion is pretentious-less for the sake of pretentiousness and more because it has become a (fashion) victim of itself.

Steelheart Author: Brandon  Sanderson For years, the world has been run by super-powered individuals known as Epics. No one knows why they exist or even if they share a common weakness. All that’s clear is that none of them want to be given orders. At a young age, David witnessed the murder of his father by the city’s ruling Epic, Steelheart, whose rage turns everything around him into steel. It’s an episode Steelheart wishes no one learns about, and David knows why - he’s seen Steelheart bleed, and he may know what his weakness is. Now David is on the lookout for the Reckoners, an underground group of people dedicated to defeating Epics. With them will come three of the most important challenges of his life - fighting evil, avenging his father, and trying to impress that good-looking girl on the team. - Omar Sayed.

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19 October  2016

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Learning from  SA  hockey’s  finest

LOCAL players and coaches learnt from SA Women's Hockey player, Kelly Madsen, as part of the Investec Hockey

Academy's courses held at St Mary's Diocesan School for Girls this past weekend. - Urban House Media

SA’s weight  problem FORTY percent of South African women are obese and this country has the highest overweight and obesity rate in sub-Saharan Africa. But sadly, it is no longer just an adult problem with one in four girls and one in five boys between the ages of two 14 being overweight or obese. Obesity is associated with a number of diseases including Type 2 diabetes, heart disease, stroke, hypertension (high blood pressure), joint pain and certain cancers. National Obesity Week is from 15 to 19 October and the Heart and Stroke Foundation SA is highlighting the seriousness of obesity and urging South Africans to shed the kilograms by adopting a healthier lifestyle. “There are many reasons why we are facing this obesity epidemic,” says Dr Vash Mungal-Singh, CEO of the Heart and Stroke Foundation SA. “It is difficult to pinpoint one culprit, but people need to understand that our lifestyles are largely to blame. South Africans eat too much, drink too much alcohol, and don’t move enough,” she adds. Additionally, perceptions of weight and weight loss complicate the issue further. In the South African context weight loss is often associated with negative connota-

Puppy love IT is important says Greytown dog expert Brenda Munitich, to train your new young four-legged friend and gives the following advice on, first of all, house training then getting the pup used to a lead and collar: House training • The natural tendency is for the puppy to use the same spot as a toilet area. Decide where you want the puppy to have his toilet area – then take him there frequently especially after he has something to eat or drink. • Reward him if he uses the spot by talking to him and playing with him for a while. If you watch your puppy you can generally tell when he wants to relieve himself. There is a sense of urgency about his movements and he may follow a circling and sniffing pattern. Lift him up and take him to his toilet area. Reward him if he does as expected.

At the  course  (from  left)  Dané  Green  (St  Mary's  Diocesan  School  for  Girls),  Kelly  Madsen,  Tannah  Smith  (Maris  Stella  School)  and  Nonqubeko  Hlongwa  (Greytown  High  School).

tions such as HIV/Aids, therefore even if someone is overweight they fear that if they lose weight it could be interpreted that they are HIVpositive. It is also a cultural belief among many South Africans that being overweight is a sign of affluence and wealth. In a SA National Health and Nutrition survey, most South Africans surveyed acknowledged when they were overweight, but the majority were happy with their “fat” body image. “South Africa is a country that’s been going through a nutrition transition. The bulk of our population used to be physically active and ate a diet high in fibre and indigenous vegetables, low in animal protein and refined carbs. “However, due to increased urbanisation, people are adopting a more Westernised diet, high in unhealthy fats, sugar and salt. Greater disposable income and a faster paced lifestyle has resulted in people consuming more fast foods and convenience foods. This is partly why there has been an increase in overweight and obesity over the past 15 years,” says Dr MungalSingh. The inactivity of South Africans is another major contributor to the obesity epidemic. The problem starts in childhood and continues into adulthood, with less than two-thirds of children participating in weekly physical activity. The Department of Health realises the significance of the obesity

crisis, and has included this in the national non-communicable diseases strategic goals to assist with the obesity problem in South Africa: • increase physical activity by 10% by 2020; • reduce the consumption of alcohol by 20% by 2020; and • reduce the percentage of people who are obese and/or overweight by 10% by 2020. “It’s encouraging that targets have been set by government to reduce obesity in South Africa, however, clear strategies to achieve these goals are still lacking,” says Dr Mungal-Singh. “To combat obesity we need a multipronged approach that includes cooperation from food manufacturers and catering establishments, appropriate legislation, strategies to make physical activity more accessible for everyone and education and awareness regarding obesity.”

• Harsh punishment for accidents will cause lasting harm as it is likely to confuse the puppy. If you catch him in the act then pick him up by the scruff of his neck – as his mother would – and take him outside to his spot. Lead and collar • Get your puppy used to a collar and lead. The best time to slip a collar on is after he has eaten. • The collar must be very light and not loose enough to allow him to slip a paw inside it. • At first only let him wear it when you can keep an eye on him. Take it off if you go away. • Don’t leave the collar on at night in the beginning. It can strangle him if it gets hooked up. • Once he is used to the collar put a light lead on him. He may struggle at first and brace his feet and shake his head. • Do not punish him and try to entice him with a treat – a small piece of sausage or meat. • Another way is to put the lead on when he is keen to eat – at mealtimes.

Coddiwomple race  on  Sunday ON Sunday 23 October, the first Coddiwomple race will take place from 8.30am starting and finishing at The Beehive. Registration is from 8am. Organiser Hilary Bruss said cost is R100 per person. Events include team of four with each

entrant running five kilometres, team of two - 10kms or individuals who can choose to cover 10,15 or 20kms. Prizes will be awarded in the team events only. For more information, contact Hilary on 083 383 9929.

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19 October  2016

SPORT NEWS Greytown  squash  is  alive  and  well GREYTOWN Squash Club was represented by well known Greytown businessman and committed squash member, Peter Koller, at the recent World Masters squash tournament in Johannesburg. Peter participated in 70-plus

age group and did the Greytown club proud. More than 900 players from 44 countries participated in the different age group categories. The club salutes you, Peter. Results of the Midlands Squash League for 2016 as fol-

From the  ditch AS we reach the end of the sporting year in bowls, we look back at the various activities that have taken place during the year.

Thanks to all who supported the sponsored days - without you the club would have collapsed. We hope you enjoyed your visits to us

lows: (nine teams competed in each league) Greytown 4th league: 1st Greytown 5th league: 8th Greytown 6th league: 4th Well done to all the players, who showed commitment and dedication.

Greytown to Muden  race participants

as much as we enjoyed your company. As we approach the AGM, which is another social occasion, we invite you to come along on Wednesday 26 October as we herald in a new year. Members please remember to bring a plate of eats.

Greytown Country  Club  news THE McConachie Cup was played on Sunday with 28 players that joined in this family fun golf day. Ingrid Meyer and her son Michael Meyer won this competition with 27 points. Congratulations to them. Thank you to Bracken and Pannar who sponsored the prizes. Thank you to everybody who joined in for the lunch and supported the club. Thank you to Johan Wilken and his team for the spit. Mark Scott lost out the cash

from the members draw on Friday as he was not present at the time of the draw. The next attendance draw will be on Friday 21 October with R200 up for grabs. Be here from 6.30pm and you could be the lucky winner. Spar is sponsoring two kilograms of Spar boerewors that can be won by entering the boerie run. Timings for this 9- hole initiative are posted at the club. Please support this and enjoy playing golf. The next boerie run is on Friday

28 October. Die Heuwels Fantasties are coming to the club on Friday 28 October for our annual beer festival. This year promises to be bigger and better than ever. Tickets are R200, available at the bar or contact Elmarie on 033 417 2441. Do not miss out on the opportunity to see this group. It is that time of the year again - time to celebrate a successful year that is coming to an end. Book your year-end function early to avoid disappointment. Contact Elmarie on 033 417 2441 about availability and cost of the Pannar lounge for your year-end function. Dates to diarise Saturday 22 October – November Mascor monthly mug Friday 28 October – Beer festival.

Three Greytonians  who  completed  the  25km  Greytown  to  Muden  race  last  weekend  (from  left)  Zama  Mthethwa,  Rabia  Kundethe  and  Bule  Buthelezi.

G911 Bass  fishing  competition  and  trail  run ONE of the most popular fund-raising events in the district is the annual Umvoti Community G911 bass fishing fund-raiser, organised by the Umvoti Agricultural Society. The date is Saturday 12 November at Bridgeford dam’s Jondol venue, near Greytown (S29° 6’13.5” E30° 41’42”). Registration from 5am and lines in at 5.30am. There will be seven dams

available within a nine kilometre radius, 13.5km of dam frontage and 122ha of water to fish. First prize is R3 500 for the longest bass. Entrance is R100 for seniors and R70 for under 12. This year, for the first time, there will be a swindle entry for an extra R30 and the longest bass bag wins the swindle. Lines up at 3.30pm and the scales will close at 4pm. The

competition is open to carp and barbel and there are numerous other prizes, including junior prizes, up for grabs. A trail run and walk will also take place with a five kilometre and a 10km option. Registration is at 7.30am and start at 8am. Entry is R30 per person – all runners and walkers are encouraged to enter. Arcadia will be selling bacon and egg rolls for breakfast and wors rolls for lunch and the Catholic Church will be selling curry and rice for dinner. For further information, contact or Neale Harmon on 082 332 7085. For donation inquiries, contact Dave Odendaal on 082 564 3289. This event is a worthy fund-raiser and we would like to encourage the Umvoti community to support this even. G911 offer an invaluable service to our area 24/7, 365 days a year, and is run solely on donations and your support will be greatly appreciated.



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