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PREADING love and caring in keeping with Valentine’s Day, Ripple Effect Bikers visited the pensioners living at Cathmor Court in Main Road, Doonside. “Huge biker hands gently helped the elderly, some in wheelchairs and others with walkers to a gazebo set up outside. The bikers softly reassured the sickly and frail that they were there to spoil them for Valentine’s Day. Car boots opened, juice and ice were handed out and these burly leather clad men started a fire for boerie rolls. I looked at the pensioners sad eyes and saw the tears roll down their wrinkled cheeks as the biker children hand each one a red rose and a little gift,” Eurka Olivier of Bobbi Bear said. “I watched as these old people slowly wipe their tears as some of the biker children got on their laps in their wheelchairs. I wonder when was the last time some of them had visitors or even seen their grandchildren,” she added. “I looked down at a pair of legs in a wheelchair, so swollen, and another pair of hands caught my eyes, so riddled with arthritis she could not hold her cup. A biker leaned over and helped her drink. These are old people who helped shape our country, raised children shared their knowledge so others could learn. These are old people who could be my parents. Do we as

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Senior  citizens  are  treated  by  the  Ripple  Effect  Bikers. a community just forget them, do we turn a blind eye? Or do we, as a community take a leaf out the biker book, the same men and woman who are covered in tattoos and leathers and start caring for the children, elderly and mentally challenged who cannot speak for themselves, or do we walk

away because it is ‘not our problem?’,” she asked. Olivier thanked all the biker families throughout the country who are always busy with some form of charity work. “We as a community cannot sit back and expect someone else to do [the

work], it starts with you and me. We have two hands and we can make a difference. Our bikers have and will always have my heart and my respect. Let everyone of us cause a ripple effect of kindness, empathy and love for the elderly and whoever else cannot fend for themselves,” she said. - Supplied.

Invitation  to  a  public  meeting ETHEKWINI municipality invites civil socie­ ty organisations and other interested par­ ties to a meeting to discuss the draft annu­ al  report  for  the  2015/16  financial  year.             The report is an account of the City’s performance and challenges over the last financial year. The meeting will be held at the  Durban  City  Hall  on  17  February  at

10am.          The draft annual report is available on the City’s website www.durban.gov.za at  Sizakala  Centres  and  libraries.  Com­ ments  can  be  forwarded  to  Orisha.Goor­ bhare@durban.gov.za  or  by  phoning 031 322 7207. Closing day for comment is 3  March.    ­  Supplied.

  KINGSWAY  High  School’s  motto  for  this year  is  “The  Green  Ribbon  of  Excellence” and the aim is to have community involve­ ment in the school. These are the words of the  new  principal,  Sandra  du  Toit. “Who you are makes a difference. Any difference you make in the school and in the community will be recognised by Kingsway High.  “I would therefore like to present a chal­ lenge to the community to get involved with our school and to be presented with this rib­ bon of excellence for their involvement, and making  a  difference.”  Du Toit is the former principal of Port Na­ tal  School  and  after  spending  only  a  few minutes in her company, it is clear that ex­ cellence  is  her  personal  motto. “I believe in giving it my best every day and getting things right the first time. Never give  up  and  always  try  one  more  time.” She was the first female principal at Port Natal after 70 years, and is now the first fe­ male principal at Kingsway after 61 years. “I came from an era in teaching where only  men  were  in  top  management  posi­ tions, and my appointment shows a wom­ an’s  value  as  a  leader,”  Du  Toit  said. The principal taught at Kingsway High from 2001 to 2011. “It was some of my hap­ piest times in teaching and of my fondest memories,”  she  recalled.  “Coming to Kingsway High is a wonder­ ful opportunity and a promotion in my ca­ reer in education, as Kingsway is a school with  a  higher  grading.  “The school numbered more than 1 000 pupils on day 10 of the new academic year, with  a  staff  complement  of  85,”  she said.  She  paid  tribute  to  former  Kingsway High principal, Geoff Harrison, who taught her to be a skilled leader and to boldly take the opportunities that have arisen in her ca­ reer. “I value and appreciate his guidance,“ she said.  “My core business is to serve the Amanzimtoti community by creating a fu­ ture  for  our  children. “I  came  to  Amanzimtoti  in  1983  and have lived here ever since. If we do our job properly, each pupil will get an opportunity for  the  future,”  Du  Toit  said. She said it is a pity so many children from our  community  attend schools in the city when we have great opportu­ nities lo­                cally. “It creates the belief that the South Coast is second  best  and  this has  an  economical  im­ pact on the value of our properties.  We  would  like  to work with our councillor in order to take pride in our community, not be second  best  to  the northern  suburbs. “Kingsway High pu­ pils  did  extremely  well in  the  2016  NSC  and came fourth in the dis­ trict. “I live to see the sun rise  every  day.  I  get  emotional when it comes to values and  high  morals.  I  motivate  my  ‘chil­ dren’,  my  pupils  to  im­ prove  every  day,  life  is short,”  Du  Toit  said.  


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Missing  person  sought  by  SAPS AMANZIMTOTI  SAPS  is  appeal­ ing  to  the  community  to  assist  in  locating  missing  female  Sindis­ iwe  Maphumulo,  aged  35,  who  was  last  seen  on  22  January  at  around  9.30pm. “It  is  alleged  she  is  a  sex  worker  and  was  last  seen  with  a  client  under  the  Amanzimtoti  bridge.  She  is  dark  in  complex­ ion,  has  black  dreadlocks  and  is  of  average  build.  She  was  wear­ ing  a  brown  skirt,  white  jacket  and  pink  sandals,”  SAPS  PRO  Captain  Charlene  van  der  Spuy  said. “The  reason  for  her  disappear­ ance  is  unknown.  We  appeal  to  anyone  with  information  on  her  whereabouts  to  contact  Consta­ ble  Nondumisa  Mncwabe  at  Amanzimtoti  SAPS  on  031 913 1394,  during  office  hours,  or  our  Crime  Stop  number  on  08600 10111,”  she  said.                                       ­  Supplied.

A CASE of attempted robbery and murder is being investigated by Amanzimtoti detectives following an attack on a woman in St Winifreds, and the suspect being shot. “It is alleged that on Monday, 6 February at 1.30pm the victim, a female, was waiting for a lift on the side of the road in Long Acres Drive in St Winifreds, with her earphones plugged in.

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She was approached by three unknown men who surrounded her and one produced a knife. They demanded she hand over her cell phone and when she refused they threatened to kill her,” SAPS PRO Captain Charlene van der Spuy said. “Municipal workers, who were busy across the road, became suspicious of their actions and it became ap-

parent they were attempting to rob the victim. The workers reacted by shouting at the suspects who then started running. The workers gave chase and caught one suspect.” According to her, the suspect told the workers that he was trying to help her, not rob her. “The workers told the suspect that if he was telling the truth he must wait for the police. While waiting the sus-

pect tried to flee, but was caught by one of the workers. The suspect then pulled out a knife and tried to stab the worker,” said Captain van der Spuy. “The municipal worker, who was under attack, drew his firearm and shots were fired. The suspect sustained gunshot wounds and was taken to hospital where he later succumbed to the injuries,” she said. - Supplied.

Weekend  carjackings 

FOLLOWING two carjackings in Amanzimtoti over the weekend, SAPS are urging motor vehicle owners to ensure their vehicles are fitted with a tracking device and know their registration number as this is important in the recovery of stolen and carjacked vehicles. In the first carjacking on Friday, 10 February at 6.25pm, the victim and a friend were leaving Toti Mall and were approaching her vehicle, a VW Jetta, when they were accosted by four unknown males. The suspects threatened them with a firearm and instructed her to get in-

to the back seat and locked her friend in the boot,” SAPS PRO Captain Charlene van der Spuy said. “The suspects drove off with the victims and forced them to give them the pin numbers to their bank cards. In the Umlazi area, the suspects stopped next to bushes where they left the victims being guarded by two of them while the other two went to withdraw money from the victims’ accounts. After a while they returned to collect their buddies and drove off leaving the victims behind,” she added. The suspects got away with the

vehicle, groceries, cash and cell phones. The vehicle was not fitted with a tracking device and is still being sought. A case of carjacking is being investigated. The second carjacking was on Saturday 11, February at 8.15pm. “The victim was in her vehicle waiting for the gate to be opened in Moorewood Road, Doonheights when a Toyota Hilux double-cab stopped behind her. Two unknown men got out and one approached the driver’s side and the second one got into the passenger side,” Captain Van der Spuy reported. “The

victim was threatened with a firearm and instructed to get out. The suspects then jumped into her vehicle, a Grand i10 Hyundai, and drive off,” she said. The vehicle was fitted with a tracking device and recovered about 30 minutes later in Adams Mission. A case of carjacking is being investigated. No suspects have been arrested. SAPS are working with the tracking companies and it is vital for these vehicles to be reported and circulated as soon as possible to assist in the recovery process. - Supplied.

Fraud  accused  appears  in  court FEVER  REPORTER A LOCAL man appeared in the Amanzimtoti court on Tuesday, 14 February and was charged with several counts of fraud amounting to more than R1 000 000. The modus operandi of the accused

 

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Body  found  on  beach  near  Toti  Golf Course On  Saturday,  11  February  at  5pm  the  body  of  an  unknown  black  male  was  found  on  the  beach  next  to  the  Amanzimtoti  Golf  Course. “The  deceased  is  estimated  to be  about  25  years  and  was  wearing  a  denim  shorts  and  na­ vy  T­shirt,”  said  SAPS  PRO  Cap­ tain  Charlene  van  der  Spuy. She  added  the  cause  of  death could  be  possible  drowning  as  no  external  injuries  were  visible.  A  case  of  inquest  was  opened and  is  being  investigated  by  Amanzimtoti  Detectives. The  body  was  taken  to  Gale Street  Mortuary  with  ref:  PM  230/2017.  Anyone  with  information  who can  assist  with  the  identification  of  the  deceased  is  asked  to  con­ tact  Amanzimtoti  Detectives  on  031  913  1324  during  office  hours  Monday  to  Friday,  7.30am  to  4pm.  ­  Supplied.

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was to allegedly pretend to be a pastor who travels all over the province to preach. Approaching mostly churchgoers and respected members of the community, the accused claimed he had government tenders and would be able to secure subcontractors for jobs

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honouring agreements. The matter has been postponed to Friday, 17 February, because the accused obtained a legal aid attorney. Anyone with information, or who was “scammed” can contact Sergeant Mlaba from Amanzimtoti SAPS on 031 913 1344. He remains in police custody.


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Leah  and  her  mother,  Tracy  Tomlinson  with  their  selection  of  pillow  cas­ es.

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OTOR dealership, Mark White Nissan hosted a market day at the dealership on Saturday, 11 February. Stall owners exhibited their goods for free and a wide selection of quality items were on sale. Pieter  du  Toit  and  Dion  Piennaar  travelled  from  Pennington  to  sell  handmade  pottery.

Scharmaine  McDonald  from  Warner  Beach  with  an  array  of  succulents  and  plants.

Hajra  Suleman  with  her  selection  of  handbags.

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Pieter  Kroeger  from  Illovo  with  his  quirky  signs.

Destiny  Ehlers  had  a  vibrant  selection  of  clothing.

Retired  Kingsway  teacher  honoured  KINGSWAY is proud to honour retired teacher, Alastair Peter. He is still a huge supporter at most of Kingsway High sports events, so was presented with a “Number 1” supporter shirt. Supplied. At  the  honour  event  (from  left)  Drikus  Oosthuizen  (di­ rector  of  sport),  Alastair  Peter  and  Kingsway  High  principal,  Sandra  du  Toit.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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A  woman  admires  the  art  on  display  at  the  new  Art  on  Kingsway  Gallery. THE Upper South Coast Art Association’s (USCAA) new Art at Kingsway Gallery is attracting keen public interest. “We are having a tremendous positive response from the public and thank them for their support. It is really great that people appreciate

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Friday 24 February

Highlanders v Chiefs

Friday 24 February

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Saturday 25 February

Sunwolves v Hurricanes

Saturday 25 February

Crusaders v Brumbies

Saturday 25 February

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Saturday 25 February

Cheetahs v Lions

Saturday 25 February

Kings v Jaguares

Saturday 25 February

Stormers v Bulls

Thursday 2 March

Force v Reds

Friday 3 March

Chiefs v Blues

Saturday 4 March

Hurricanes v Rebels

Saturday 4 March

Highlanders v Crusaders

Saturday 4 March

Brumbies v Sharks

Saturday 4 March

Sunwolves v Kings

ROUND

Saturday 4 March

Lions v Waratahs

Saturday 4 March

Stormers v Jaguares

Saturday 4 March

Cheetahs v Bulls

Friday 10 March

Chiefs v Hurricanes

Friday 10 March

Brumbies v Force

Friday 10 March

Sharks v Waratahs

Saturday 11 March

Blues v Highlanders

Saturday 11 March

Reds v Crusaders

Saturday 11 March

Cheetahs v Sunwolves

Saturday 11 March

Kings v Stormers

Saturday 11 March

Jaguares v Lions

ROUND

BYES: Bulls,

ROUND Friday 17 March

Crusaders v Blues

Friday 17 March

Rebels v Chiefs

Friday 17 March

Bulls v Sunwolves

Saturday 18 March

Hurricanes v Highlanders

Saturday 18 March

Waratahs v Brumbies

Saturday 18 March

Lions v Reds

Saturday 18 March

Sharks v Kings

Saturday 18 March

Jaguares v Cheetahs

BYES: FORCE

ROUND Friday 24 March

Crusaders v Force

Friday 24 March

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AAMI Park, Melbourne

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Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

19:35

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

19:00

Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo

13:15

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

19:35

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

19:45

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

15:05

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

17:15

Newlands, Cape Town

19:30

OUND 2

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nib Stadium, Perth

18:30

TBC

19:35

TBC

17:15

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

19:35

GIO Stadium, Canberra

19:45

Singapore National Stadium, Singapore

18:55

Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

15:05

Newlands, Cape Town

17:15

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

19:30

OUND 3 TBC

19:35

GIO Stadium, Canberra

19:45

Kings Park, Durban

19:00

TBC

19:35

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

18:45

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

17:15

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

19:30

Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

16:40

Bulls, Rebels

OUND 4

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AMI Stadium, Christchurch

19:35

AAMI Park, Melbourne

19:45

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

19:00

TBC

19:35

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

19:45

Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

17:15

Kings Park, Durban

19:30

Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

16:40

ORCE, Stormers

OUND 5

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AMI Stadium, Christchurch

19:35

AAMI Park, Melbourne

19:45

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19:35

GIO Stadium, Canberra

19:45

Singapore National Stadium, Singapore

18:55

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

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Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

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Sunday 30 April

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Friday 31 March

Highlanders v Rebels

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

19:35

Friday 5 May

Hurricanes v Stormers

Saturday 1 April

Blues v Force

TBC

17:15

Friday 5 May

Cheetahs v Highlanders

Saturday 1 April

Chiefs v Bulls

TBC

19:35

Saturday 6 May

Rebels v Lions

Saturday 1 April

Reds v Hurricanes

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

18:45

Saturday 6 May

Chiefs v Reds

Saturday 1 April

Stormers v Cheetahs

Newlands, Cape Town

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Saturday 6 May

Waratahs v Blues

Saturday 1 April

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Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

17:15

Saturday 6 May

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Sunday 2 April

Waratahs v Crusaders

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

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Friday 7 April

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19:35

Saturday 8 April

Sunwolves v Bulls

Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo

14:15

Friday 12 May

Blues v Cheetahs

Saturday 8 April

Highlanders v Blues

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

19:35

Friday 12 May

Brumbies v Lions

Saturday 8 April

Brumbies v Reds

GIO Stadium, Canberra

19:45

Saturday 13 May

Crusaders v Hurricanes

Saturday 8 April

Sharks v Jaguares

Kings Park, Durban

15:05

Saturday 13 May

Rebels v Reds

Saturday 8 April

Stormers v Chiefs

Newlands, Cape Town

17:15

Saturday 13 May

Bulls v Highlanders

Sunday 9 April

Force v Kings

nib Stadium, Perth

14:05

Saturday 13 May

Kings v Sharks

Saturday 13 May

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BYES: Cheetahs , Crusaders , Lions, Rebels

BYES: Chiefs , Stormers, S

ROUND 8 (Easter)

ROUND

Friday 14 April

Crusaders v Sunwolves

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

19:35

Saturday 15 April

Reds v Kings

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

15:05

Friday 19 May

Chiefs v Crusaders

Saturday 15 April

Blues v Hurricanes

TBC

19:35

Friday 19 May

Stormers v Blues

Saturday 15 April

Rebels v Brumbies

AAMI Park, Melbourne

19:45

Saturday 20 May

Hurricanes v Cheetahs

Saturday 15 April

Cheetahs v Chiefs

Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

15:05

Saturday 20 May

Force v Highlanders

Saturday 15 April

Stormers v Lions

Newlands, Cape Town

17:15

Saturday 20 May

Sunwolves v Sharks

Saturday 15 April

Bulls v Jaguares

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

19:30

Saturday 20 May

Kings Brumbies

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Saturday 20 May

Lions v Bulls

Sunday 21 May

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BYES: Jaguare

Friday 21 April

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TBC

19:35

Friday 21 April

Lions v Jaguares

Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

19:00

Saturday 22 April

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Friday 26 May

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Saturday 22 April

Crusaders v Stormers

AMI Stadium, Christchurch

19:35

Friday 26 May

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Saturday 22 April

Waratahs v Kings

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

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Saturday 27 May

Sunwolves v Cheetahs

Saturday 22 April

Force v Chiefs

nib Stadium, Perth

19:55

Saturday 27 May

Highlanders v Waratahs

Saturday 22 April

Bulls v Cheetahs

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

17:15

Saturday 27 May

Rebels v Crusaders

Saturday 22 April

Sharks v Rebels

Kings Park, Durban

19:30

Saturday 27 May

Bulls v Hurricanes

BYES: Blues, Reds

Saturday 27 May

Sharks v Stormers

ROUND 10

Saturday 27 May

Jaguares v Brumbies

Sunday 28 May

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Friday 28 April

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Saturday 29 April

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Saturday 29 April

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AAMI Park, Melbourne

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Saturday 1 July

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Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

14:30

19:35

Saturday 1 July

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Free State Stadium, Bloemfontein

15:05

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

19:45

Saturday 1 July

Sharks v Bulls

Kings Park, Durban

17:15

Kings Park, Durban

15:05

ROUND 16

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Friday 7 July

Reds v Brumbies

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

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Friday 7 July

Force v Rebels

nib Stadium, Perth

19:55

Saturday 8 July

Waratahs v Jaguares

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

19:45

Saturday 8 July

Bulls v Kings

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

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Saturday 8 July

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Newlands, Cape Town

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TBC

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Jaguares v Kings

Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

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19:45

GIO Stadium, Canberra

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AMI Stadium, Christchurch

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Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

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Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

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Friday 14 July

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AAMI Park, Melbourne

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Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

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Friday 14 July

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Vélez Sarsfield, Buenos Aires

18:40

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Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo

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OUND 13

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nib Stadium, Perth

19:55

TBC

19:35

Saturday 15 July

Newlands, Cape Town

19:00

Saturday 15 July

Sharks v Lions

Kings Park, Durban

17:15

TBC

19:35

Saturday 15 July

Bulls v Stormers

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

19:30

nib Stadium, Perth

17:45

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19:55

Friday 21 July

Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, Port Elizabeth

15:05

Friday 21 July

Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

17:15

Saturday 22 July

Allianz Stadium, Sydney

16:05

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OUND 14

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19:35

Saturday 29 July

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

19:45

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Prince Chichibu Memorial Stadium, Tokyo

14:15

Saturday 5 August

Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin

19:35

AAMI Park, Melbourne

19:45

Loftus Versfeld, Pretoria

15:05

Kings Park, Durban

17:15

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18:40

Emirates Airlines Park, Johannesburg

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14:35

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Amanzimtoti Tennis Club news On Saturday 18 February we will be having our Sandra Cup Tournament along with the opening of our “new” courts. Please be at the club at 12.30pm for 1pm to allow the draw for partners to take place. Format will be mixed doubles. Entry is R50, includes a boerie roll. After the prize giving we will host a bring and braai. Salads and dessert will be provided. We look forward to a great turnout for this event. There is still time to enter the two Valentine tournaments taking place tomorrow, Wednesday 15 February at Glenashley and Saturday 18 February at Mitchell Park. Details are on the notice board. Our development clinic for primary school children has commenced for the first school term. If your child shows an interest in learning to play tennis, bring them down to the courts on Saturday mornings from 9am to 10am. Madi and Gabriel are on hand to show the children how it’s done. Tennis racquets are available for use and children should ideally wear tennis type shoes. Soccer Adults and under four to under 17 started practice this week. From here on it’s soccer and rugby all the way -here’s to a good season for all. Bowling

In the coming weeks the A green at Amanzimtoti Bowling Club will resemble a floodlit T20 cricket pitch as teams face off against each other to decide who the Amanzimtoti B20 Cricket Bowls champions are. Proving that this new and exciting format of bowls is not for sissies or old men dressed in white, Amanzimtoti Bowling Club challenges all businesses, schools, sporting clubs and organisations to enter a mixed ladies and men’s team willing to go to war for their team’s honour. Teams of three are encouraged to design their own uniforms, wear their brand on their chests and even bring along their own cheerleaders, as they put their best bare foot forward and get those bowls rolling. To ensure that the fight is fair, a pregame crash course is available to all teams. Bowls will be available at the club for the teams to ensure that they are adequately armed. (Please note – maximum of one recognised bowler per team). Suitable refreshments and sustenance will be available before, during and after all games to ensure that all warriors’ throats are kept lubricated and their energy levels high. If your organisation has what it takes to field a team of three willing warriors, then contact Amanzimtoti Bowling

ARE  you  keen  to  experience  an  outdoor  adventure?  Khan­ ya  Hospice  and  Bobbi  Bear  invite  the  public  to  support  the  Hoodlums  Charity  Tube  and  Raft  Race.  The  Hoodlums  Motorcycle  Club  Durban  will  be  hosting  this  family  fun  day  at  the  Umkomaas  River  Ski  Boat  Club  on  25  February. The  public  and  corporates are  invited  to  enter  at  R500  per  raft  and  R200  per  tube  team,  a  maximum  of  six  peo­ ple  are  allowed  per  raft. Registration  is  from  9am  to  10am,  the  race  starts  at  12pm  and  a  trophy  for  best  spirit  will  be  up  for  win­ ning.  There  is  free  entrance  for  spectators  and  food  stalls  and  braai  packs  can  be  bought.  A  cash  bar  available,  no  cooler  boxes  allowed. For  further  information  contact  Anton  on  082 467 5657  or  Swannie  on  083 235 7258.                       —  Fever  Reporter.

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Ready  for  the  bowls  tournament. Club to sign up - but hurry, only 12 teams can be accommodated. For more details, call the organiser on 083 631 0676 or e-mail troughtonrobert@gmail.com The tournament takes place on Wednesday, March, Wednesday, 8 March, Wednesday 15 March, Wednesday 22 March, Wednesday, 29 March, Wednesday, 5 April. Finals will take place on Wednesday 12 April and standby date is Wednesday 19 April. It starts at 5pm for 5.30pm. Come and enjoy six scintillating evenings of fun, music, boerewors rolls and refreshments over six weeks. Rugby nite series Results from Friday’s nite series: Kuswag vs Pinetown Boys’ 0-7 Kingsway vs Toti High 10-5 PSHS vs Creston 15-3

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Kamalinee  pupils  and  teachers  wear  their  green  and  gold  in  remembrance  of  the  late  Springbok  captain,  Joost  van  der  Westhuizen.

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On behalf of the principal, staff, school governing body and pupils the school expressed its condolences to the family, friends and fans of Joost. - Supplied.

Athletes  excel

Chosen  to  represent  the  Umbumbulu  Circuit  team  at  the  Umlazi  District  Trials  on  Wednesday,  8  February  are  19  Kingsway  High  athletes.

‘Twini  U9s  mad  about  mini­cricket

PHOTOS:  SUPPLIED

Hypersure  sponsored  Amanzimtoti  High  Schools’  first  team  rugby  kit.  Kennith  Brown  from  Hypersure  handed  over  the  sponsored  kit  to  the  first  team  rugby  captain,  Nhlanhla  Mdima. 

Umbogintwini  Primary  U9  mini­cricket  boys  and  girls  enjoy  a  day  of  crick­ et  at  Hutchison  Park.


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