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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

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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  here’s  to  welcoming  2015  in  style.

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HE iLembe District Municipality is not bankrupt. This was clarified at a press briefing on Tuesday (yesterday) regarding its current financial status and to respond to a media report in a local newspaper that the municipality is bankrupt. “We want to say that our municipality, the iLembe District Municipality is not bankrupt because we are still able to meet our main commitments,” iLembe District mayor Sduduzo Gumede said during the press briefing. PHOTO: MAKHOSANDILE  ZULU He said that as of 30 September the iLembe  District  Municipality  council  speaker  Lucky  Makhathini,  mayor  municipality has a cash balance of Sduduzo  Gumede  and  deputy  mayor  Dolly  Shandu  at  the  press  briefing. R6.7 million and that it can and will continue to timeously pay salaries all agreed that we need to attend to cer- indicated to the treasury that we from its own coffers. tain issues that they were raising,” he are working on a recovery plan “We didn’t borrow or utilise any said. and we are going to be preparfunds from iLembe Enterprise, the The mayor said that the municipal- ing calculations so that come iLembe Enterprise is surviving only ity would ensure that its budget re- the adjustment budget we will through this municipality, there is no flects the "actuals", adding that the have realistic calculations in terms of way that we can borrow from them budget that was approved may not the actuals at the time,” Gumede said. and utilise funds from them,” Gumede have reflected the correct projections He said that as of 30 September said. in terms of the funds the municipality 2016, the municipality is owed R221.7 With regards to the decision to cut was meant to receive and how it would million and that the collection rate is off the water supply to Stanger Heights spend these monies. at 73% (R15.5 million), an improvePrimary School due to an unpaid debt, “But all in all we did indicate to the ment compared to the 59% collection the mayor said the municipality had treasury that we are going to be ensur- rate at June 2016. no other option. ing that we implement strategies in orThe mayor said that before the new “We can’t allow people to keep on der to increase the collection rate. We council was inaugurated, the municireceiving a service that they are not paying for, more so, the school is part of our government, we know that there are funds from government that go to schools and schools must pay for the services they receive,” he said, urging schools to prioritise paying for water services. Gumede said the municipality has implemented cost containment measures in response to its loss of revenue mainly attributed to the drought and the subsequent costs incurred in alleviating its effects. “For the 2016, 2017 budget, the municipality took certain actions to ensure that we have a credible, a realistic and a fully funded budget and the initiatives OFFERS AVAILABLE AT: 1 Scheffer Road & that were taken were, VALID FROM: 4 Smithers Road all non-essential ex19/10/2016 to Scheffer: 0878025384 / 032 5523059 / 0325523069 • penditure was drastisales@manorliquors.co.za 25/10/2016 or while cally reduced with an Smithers: 0878025385 / 0325523078 • stocks last! manorliquors.smithers@gmail.com understanding that AMSTEL LAGER QUARTS JOHNNIE our core function is JACK KWV 10YO JOHNNIE SMIRNOFF BELLS (EXCL DEP) the provision of water WALKER RED WALKER BLACK DANIEL’S 16x660ML and sanitation. The R168.99 overtime expendiUnit R10.56 ture was also reduced SMIRNOFF STORM / in the budget by SPIN DUMPIES 12x750ML 12x750ML 12x750ML 12x750ML 12x750ML 12x750ML about 50 percent,” he 24x330ML said. R221.99 Unit R175.00 Unit R95.00 Unit R165.33 Gumede said the Unit R279.17 Unit R205.83 Unit R190.83 Unit R9.25 budget was approved ABI ABI TWIST ABI ABI TWIST ABI COKE, ABI COKE, by the newly inauguASSORTED SPRITE, FANTA SPRITE, FANTA RANGE SPARLETTA RANGE (EXCL DEP) rated council, howevORANGE, ORANGE, STONEY STONEY er, he said treasury indicated that the municipality had to deal with certain is6X2LT 6X1.5LT 12X1.25LT 6X2LT 6X2LT 6X1.5LT sues. “We then had a Unit R11.50 Unit R10,47 meeting with the Unit R7.50 Unit R13.22 Unit R14.50 Unit R10.50 treasury just recently EASIGAS ABI POWERPLAY ABI PET ABI ABI on 20 September beCOOLDRINKS LONGTOMS COOLDRINKS (EXCL. DEP) cause their assessment was indicating that there were issues that they wanted us to respond too. We 12X1LT 24X440ML 24X500ML 24X330ML have actually re24x440ML 1x19KG sponded to them, there was a meeting Unit R4.87 Unit R10.15 Unit R6.40 Unit R7.89 Unit R10.96 that involved the mayor, the chairperBUY A CASE OF ANY SAB PARTICIPATING BRANDS AND GET FREE AIRTIME OR SHOPPING VOUCHERS. ENQUIRE INSTORE son of the portfolio ALL OFFERS STRICTLY CASH & CARRY NO CARDS. PRICES INCL. VAT & EXCL. DEP. CHEQUES BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENTS ONLY E&OE committee and the OPENING TIMES: 8am - 5pm • We reserve the right to limit quantities. management and we

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within 30 days. As 30 June 2016 it had taken an average of 30 days to pay creditors invoices, while it was 103 days as at 30 September 2016, so the situation has not improved, instead of improving it is becoming a problem,” Gumede said. He said that, however, the municipality has not incurred any irregular, fruitless, wasteful or unauthorised expenditure, adding that recent media reports on irregular expenditure concerned the previous budget. The mayor said that the growth of the collection rate will significantly improve the municipality’s revenue and that the implementation of the austerity measures would ensure that wasteful expenditure is curtailed. “The management is supporting the implementation of austerity measures and we are actually implementing that programme vigorously now,” Gumede said. He said the implementation of austerity measures was adopted by the council and that councillors are affected as well. The mayor said he is confident that the council working hand-in-hand with the municipality’s management will turn the financial situation around.


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structures that were completed after the court order was served of which the municipality has gained evidence. “The municipality had previously issued numerous public notices prior to

nity. Therefore, our role is to enforce the law and expedite the process of building HE demolition of houses and houses as this is also part of a legal procstructures built illegally in Gleess which altogether informs our action nhills, which have become a against those who don’t play by the point of contention between rules. Those who have been the local municipality and Therefore, our role is to enforce the law and  wrongly mobilised stand to residents, will not be stopped. carry the consequences for expedite the process of building houses as  their illegal exploits,” said The KwaDukuza Municipality will continue to demol- this is also part of a legal process which al­ Mthembu. ish the structures in a bid to “We are willing to work together informs our action against those  with anyone for as long as they build low income housing, according to a High Court ruling. with the court deciwho don’t play by the rules. Those who  comply This was reaffirmed by sion. The rule of law must be KwaDukuza mayor Ricardo have been wrongly mobilised stand to carry  respected.” Mthembu who is leading a Since the court order was the consequences for their illegal exploits. issued last month, only 12 high-level task team in a probe into the recent protests people have objected, howevin the area spurred by an official demo- the court judgment. The order prevents er they have since decided not to file lition programme that is being imple- the allocation and apportioning of their papers for a matter that is set for mented by the municipality. building sites owned by the municipali- 25 October. According to a statement from the ty,” the statement reads. The municipality will recover its lemunicipality, the team found that those Mthembu has appealed to those who gal costs against the 12 people in terms who have taken illegal occupation of have been affected by the court ruling of the original court order that was land were wrongly mobilised and the to co-operate with the municipality in served on 8 September 2016. motives behind the protest action were order to find an amicable solution. Due to the illegal activities, the muill informed and misguided. “One of our responsibilities is to pro- nicipality is experiencing increasing “A recent High Court judgment or- vide for those who don’t have houses. difficulties to construct 500 houses in dered the municipality to demolish a We wanted to build good, affordable an area that has been earmarked for number of partially built, unoccupied houses that would benefit the commu- over 800 houses.

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HE Institute for Local Government Management (ILGM) held a KZN Women in Local Government Summit last Friday in Ballito. The summit kicked off with a gala dinner held at the Boathouse in Ballito on Thursday evening. The summit was organised as an endeavour to achieving 50% women representation in leadership positions within municipalities. Speaking at the gala dinner, KZN MEC for Social Development Weziwe Thusi said that promoting gender equality and women's active participation in the political, economic and social spheres is central to her roles as an MEC and as the deputy secretary of the ANC Women’s League in KZN. She commended the South African government for its efforts in the last 20 years of eliminating gender disparities in the workplace and other sectors of society. Thusi said that the influx of women into positions of power, traditionally dominated by men, and the contributions that women have made in these positions have resulted in greater gender awareness in the country. “We have also adopted significant legislative reforms and have developed policies and programmes based on the national Constitution and its Bill of Rights, act 108 of 1996, which seek to

promote and protect women’s rights in the home, in the community and in the workplace,” she said. She said that during apartheid women representation in parliament stood at 2, 5% and that in the last 22 years that figure has grown to over 40%. “In provincial legislatures, female representation has almost doubled. The number of women who have been appointed to senior positions in government has grown significantly,” Thusi said. However, she said that though the country has made noticeable strides with addressing the issue, the battle against gender disparity has not been won. She added that discrimination against women has become increasingly subtle. “We currently have approximately 193 female Ward councillors and 677 male ward councillors. We have 481 female PR councillors and 495 male PR councillors. “The difference between female and male PR councillors is very low, but it is not something that we can celebrate as women because it tells us that political parties do not believe that we are fit enough to represent them as ward candidates,” Thusi said. Thusi called on an increase in the number of women appointed to senior municipal administration posts to ensure a wider range of perspectives are at play in policy formulation and service

delivery. “While a critical mass of women is necessary to ensure women representation, the quality of representation is just as important,” She said, calling on women to be trained and mentored for these positions. Speaking on Friday KZN MEC for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs Nomusa Dube-Ncube said that South Africa currently ranks 17th out of 145 nations in the Global Gender Gap Report compiled by World Economic Forum (WEF). She said that the report measures the gap between women and men across four areas - namely health and survival, political empowerment, economic participation and educational achievement. “As things stand, South Africa scores highly in terms of politics and health. However, it ranks 72nd out of 145 countries when it comes to economic participation and opportunity,” she said. Dube-Ncube said that she noted while having a look at the statistics that in 54 municipalities, only five women occupy the municipal managers’ positions compared to 42 males. "In 12 of our municipalities, where the organogram provides either for (seven, five or three) senior positions, all are filled by males,” she said. Dube-Ncube said that there is a need for women in local government who know that they hold the key to the liberation of other women.

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vir Tirthankar, considered to be the founder of modern Jainism also attained his nirvana on Diwali day. 9. Special day for the Sikhs: The third Sikh Guru Amar Das institutionalised Diwali as a Red-Letter Day when all Sikhs would gather to receive the Gurus blessings. In 1577, the foundation stone of the Golden Temple at Amritsar was laid on Diwali. In 1619, the sixth Sikh Guru Hargobind, who was held by the Mughal Emperor Jahengir, was released from the Gwalior fort along with 52 kings.

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more harmful for the animals than they are for us. Pets might suffer from anxieties and other health issues be­ cause of the polluted air during Diwali. It is better to assure that you have a dependable vet ready at a mo­ ment’s notice if your pet develops any kind of health issues. DIWALI is almost upon us and we are all excited about 4.  From  fire that! Eating sweets, painting rangoli, lighting earthen There will be a lot of fire around – from diyas, can­ lamps (diyas) and our favorite thing to do – bursting dles, stray firecrackers. If your pet is let loose among fireworks,  this  is  what  Diwali  means  to  us.  all this, chances are that they might get burnt, or get But what is fun to us, is also the reason for severe health scared and run off and hurt themselves. A quick trim issues for many of our furry friends, what is ritual to to shorten that thick coat of silky fur might actually us, is also the reason why so many animals have anxie­ reduce chances of catching fire. If possible keep all di­ ty  attacks  which  lead  to  horrible  accidents.  yas and candles away from their reach – maybe up on Instead  of  making  Diwali  the  time  of  the  year  when the  roof  where  they  won’t  have  any  access. Hindus celebrate a centuries old tradition ignoring the 5.  Post  Diwali  distressing feelings of thousands and thousands of four­legged After all the hoopla of Diwali is over, you as a pet­ friends  across  the  country,  let’s  try  to  employ  few parent still can’t rest in peace. Chances are that your changes in our homes that will entail some small sacri­ pet will still be very strung up and stressed out, so a fices  on  our  part  but  also  ensure  an  environment  to quick session of destressing might come in useful right keep  our  pets  safe  during  Diwali. about now. If you have a happy little canine buddy on 1.  From  the  sights your hands, take him out for a day in a nice big dog What looks like pretty, bright lights to you, will not park. Let him loose with a bunch of other puppy pals, and let him blow off some steam with some good old fashioned play time. If you have a backyard, you can 1 Pie + 1 500ml 2 Pies + FREE also organise a treasure hunt for him by hiding little Juice 500ml Juice doggy treats all over the place for his busy little nose 146 KING SHAKA STREET, STANGER to  sniff  out. 28.00 20.00 If your pet is a judgy little feline, then you would TEL: 083 817 2964 know that generally not much frazzles her. But let’s not DIWALI CAKE ORDERS 50 AND OVER take chances during Diwali. Cats have a higher tenden­ cy to run away than dogs, so if you can’t ensure to keep TO BE PLACED 3 DAYS IN ADVANCE Melting Square Diwali all your doors and windows locked at all times, make tray Moments Cakes Birthday sure that your kitty has a collar with her name and your address and phone number on the nametag. You can & Novelty try tiring her out by giving her an extra dose of catnip cakes in the afternoon  and then playing with her till the cele­ 9.00 12.00 brations  start. instore Quick  Pointers ­Keep  them  indoors (and not the roof or the balcony).  ­Ensure the presence of at  least  one  family member  around  your pet  throughout  the evening.  ­Try to have a noise free Diwali.  17B LINDLEY STREET, STANGER • TEL: 032 552 1256 • CELL: 072 612 2255 ­Make  sure  they  are  re­ laxed  and  well­played with before the celebra­ tions  start. ­Have  your  vet’s  emer­ gency  contact  number on  hand.  ­Keep  the  contact  de­ tails of all animal shelter and  pet  rescue  groups around. ­Provide them access to places to hide – like un­ der  the  bed,  igloo­style cat/dog  bed,  cardboard boxes, high up lofts, etc. ­Choose  eco­friendly lighting to ensure lesser stress  for  your  baby.

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the game of dice (gambling). The subjects who loved the Pandavas celebrated the day by lighting the earthen lamps. 5. The victory of Rama: According to the epic ‘Ramayana’, it was the new moon day of Kartik when Lord Ram, Ma Sita and Lakshman returned to Ayodhya after vanquishing Ravana and conquering Lanka. The citizens of Ayodhya decorated the entire city with the earthen lamps and illuminated it like never before. 6. Coronation of Vikramaditya: One of the greatest Hindu King Vikramaditya was coronated on the Diwali day, hence Diwali became a historical event as well. 7. Special day for the Arya Samaj: It was the new moon day of Kartik (Diwali day) when Maharshi Dayananda, one of the greatest reformers of Hinduism and the founder of Arya Samaj attained his nirvana. 8. Special day for the Jains: Maha-

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INDING out that you have breast cancer can be a shock and a set back. A North Coast mother and grandmother shares her experiences with the Weekly. Joyce Govender (63) was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1997 at RK Khan Hospital at the age of 40. She went for a surgical procedure (lumpectomy) to remove an underarm lump near her right breast. “I was diagnosed at RK Khan Hospital in 1997 in Chatsworth. When doctors told me that I had breast cancer, I was very upset and depressed be-

cause I was under the impression that cancer is a death sentence. “I wept and prayed in hospital. I had surgery on my right breast and an underarm lump was removed,” she said. She told the Weekly that she has become a living testimony in her community as she defeated breast cancer in its early stages. Govender is spreading a message of hope to senior citizen clubs in Belvedere and encourages other residents to go for regular cancer check-ups to the clinic. Despite all challenges she encountered in her life, she is now volunteer raising breast cancer awareness in

Tongaat. “I offer counselling to people regarding breast cancer. My intention is to give people hope and encourage them to live a positive life. I started doing counseling a year after I found out that I had breast cancer. “Perhaps the support that I received from my family and friends is what motivated me to be optimistic and conquer the disease. “I go for checkups every year to Mediclinic Victoria Hospital in Tongaat and the results so far have been have been good. I can say with no doubts that I am a breast cancer survivor,” she said. In 2010 she was one of the volun-

teers at Verulam Regional Hospice participating in community outreach projects. “Breast cancer is not the end of the world and people must not lose hope. Prayer changes everything and you can overcome anything if you have faith as little as a mustard seed. “I am so glad that I can be a living testimony and set an example that life goes on despite all obstacles I encountered in my life,” she said.

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THIS year’s  grand  14th  Diwali  Celebration (festival of light) by the Glenhills and Dis­ trict Diwali Committee promises to be great fun  for  the  whole  family.        To be held on Saturday, 22 October at the  Glenhills  Sports       Grounds from 2pm until midnight, this celebration is a combined event with stake­ holders including KwaDukuza Municipality, Glenhills Sporting, the youth and the orga­ nising  committee  and  Glenhills  and  Dis­ trict  Diwali  Committee.               A  star­studded  entertainment  pro­ gramme is on offer with Trisha’s and Kash­ win’s Dance Academy, Nagara Sensations, Suvina  Sensations,  Naya  Savera,  99  Fla­ vours and the classic R & S School of Music and  Dance  of  Durban.       Guest speakers will be addressing all in attendance on the theme light over dark­ ness while the guest of honour Ravi Pillay, KZN MEC for Human Settlement, will high­ light how to achieve just and lasting peace

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MAKHOSANDILE ZULU ABASESHI baKwaDukuza babophe abasolwa abathathu ngoLwesihlanu oledlule, ngomhla ka14 kuMfumfu (October) edolobheni laKwaDukuza abasolwa ngokukhwabanisa amakhadi asebhange. Okhulumela amaphoyisa KwaZulu-Natal, u-Lieutenant Colonel Thulani Zwane uthe abaseshi bebesebenzela enkabeni yedolobha kulandela ukukhuphuka kwezinga lokukhwabaniswa kwamakhadi asebhange Uthe: “Ngesikhathi amaphoyisa esebenzela edolobheni, abone imoto esolisayo kanye nabasolwa besilisa ababili beme eduzane neATM. Ngenkathi amaphoyisa esondela emotweni, abasolwa ababili batheleke phakathi kwemoto babaleka,” kusho yena. Uthe amaphoyisa ahlale abas-

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Kiddies Campus  exciting  sports  day JYOTHI  LALDAS

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IDDIES Campus hosted an exciting sports day at the Stanger Manor Primary School grounds on Sunday. Children participated in hurdle races, cone stacking, sprint races and bean bag picking. The event was co-ordinated by founder and CEO of Play Sport 365 Yashin Tewary.

“It was amazing to see some of the children coming out of their shells and giving their best effort. It was also an honour to be in the company of guest of honour, the legendary Zoo Motala.” Motala was one of the first sprinters from KwaDukuza who is a South African Masters cap and the current record holder in his age division. The highlight of the event was the fathers’ race in which Motala was allowed to participate alongside much

Manor CC  youngster  take  on  Stanger  Spur  shadow  shift

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Manor Cricket  Club  youngsters  will  be  doing  the  Spur  shadow  shift  on  Saturday,  22  Octo­ ber  from  4pm  to  8pm  at  Stanger  Sanchez  Spur.  The  teams  appeals  to  all  the  clubs  players,  ex­players,  officials  and  patrons  of  the  club  to  come  in  and  support  them.  The  club  will  receive  a  percentage  of  the  takings  for  the  afternoon.

Sundowner clinches  Dolphin  Plummers  League  title WEEKLY  REPORTER SUNDOWNER Darts Club clinched the Dolphin Plum­ mers  League  title  in  close  contested  fashion.  The Dolphin Plummers League got under way with the  two  giants  Kwafel  Darts  Club  and  Sundowner Darts  Club  locking  horns  on  Wednesday  night.             The first frame was a tight battle as both teams drew 3­3. In the second frame Sundowner took a 4­2 win. The third frame saw Kwafel level the matter 4­2. In the fourth frame Sundowner stepped up their momentum  and  won  4­2.  The fifth frame was a decider for the race, but both teams  drew  3­3  once  more.  In the final frame Sundowner had a one way run and  won  4­2,  winning  20­16  on  the  night.  This league was played on three round system and Sundowner Darts Club won on the tally 14­13 in a nail biting  fashion  to  clinch  the  league  title.  KwaDukuza Darts Association (KDDA) thanked Dol­ phin  Plummers  for  their  generous  sponsorship.

Volleyball   fixtures EZE’S Electrical Premier League Thursday, 20 October 7pm - KSST vs Grove End (umpire - Randsons) 8pm - KSST vs Randsons (umpire - Grove End) Official on duty: Krish Kistan Club on duty: KSST Moon & Sons Agencies K.O. Cup Thursday, 20 October 7pm - Frendz vs Preston (umpire - Darnall) 8pm - Darnall vs Cool Leaders (umpire Preston) Official on duty: Roderick Naidoo Club on duty: Preston

younger fathers. He shocked the crowd by claiming second place in the race beaten only by his youngest son. Principal of Kiddies Campus Sauda Motala thanked parents for attending and Tewary for his continued assistance. Yashin Tewary  and  Zoo  Motala  with  the  winning  athletes.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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HE one-day football tournament hosted by the AmaZulu Community Trust and KZN Department of Sport and Recreation (DSR) will see the spotlight falling on KwaDukuza on Friday, 21 October. The U12 football competition will see the schools involved in the project earning an opportunity to showcase their talent in front of their respective arrears and possibly convince AmaZulu scouts for future reckoning in the club’s youth structures. Throughout the year the players and their coaches are mentored through the latest life skills and football training methods to enable them growth in their day-to-day survival in life and football pursuits. The KZN Future Stars initiative is a schools social upliftment collaborative project between the AmaZulu Community Trust and KZN DSR through football. According to AmaZulu Community Trust chairman Lunga Sokhela there has already been much anticipation bubbling from within the communities about the football fest. “From the arrangements being put in place currently, there’s already a lot of excitement and inter-

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1LT Clover Classic Custard

99

5 370GR Dairy Gold Condensed Milk

400GR Kelloggs Rice Krispies

99

5

99 250gr Block Dates

99

385GR Nestle Condensed Milk

750GR Kelloggs Corn Flakes

40ML Robertsons Vanilla Essence, Colouring, Egg Yellow

100GR Whole Almonds

99

99

12

99

1KG Golden Ribbon Dessicated Coconut

99

500GR Golden Ribbon Baking Powder

200GR Royal Baking Powder Refill

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