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A  number  of  reasons  to  celebrate 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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Dear Readers, TODAY marks the end of another year for the Hillcrest Fever, and as the festivities kick off for this season, let us reflect on moments that touched our lives and the community this past year. 2014 has been marked by persistent challenges in our economy with price inflations (food, electricity, fuel, etc.). We had weather catastrophes and crime

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

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nien of taking decisions on her own and not consulting with the community. The residents demanded construction workers working on an project to build ablution facilities in the area to stop working immediately. The angry residents burned tyres and barricaded the main road with burning tyres.

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expect the ward councillor to call a public meeting before the project resumes.” Chairperson of the Community Policing Forum Desmond Susha said: “I suspect that the protestors were driven by political agenda because their allegations that we hired our friends were not legitimate. They also claimed that the construction workers in the project were already employed to another project, which was not true. We

investigated and found that the allegations were baseless. They even failed to give us evidence to back up their allegations.” Chairperson of the Democratic Alliance in the area Thembela Mathiloyi suspected that there were certain individuals sowing seeds of divisions and hate in the community. “Allegations raised by protestors against us were not true. I suspect that the protestors were driven by a political agenda.” Ward councillor Dolly Munien said: “If the community continue interrupting projects in the area, they are makTongaat  SAPS  keep  an  eye  while  com­ munity  leaders  ad­ dress  pro­ testors  in  Umbhayi  In­ formal  Set­ tlement.   PHOTO:  SUP­ PLIED

ing it impossible for me to deliver the services to them. “The public is supposed to work in partnership with the ward councillor and not stop community projects in the area. I did not employ my friends. All workers were employed in a transparent manner.” Police spokesperson in Tongaat Warrant Officer Manisha Maharaj-

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FROM  PAGE  1 Devotees  partake  in  Kavady  festival ANDILE  SITHOLE Andile.Sithole@media24.com AT LEAST 600 Hindu devotees flocked to the  Kavady  festival  held  at  the  Shri  Siva Subramaniar Alayam (temple) in Verulam on  Thursday,  9  February. Young and old participated in the pro­ cession and took vows to carry Kavady for

the  Lord  Muruga. This year 600 devotees carried Kavady from  Umhloti  River  to  the  temple.        The Kavady festival is one of the most important  and  sacred  ceremonies  in  the Hindu  calendar  that  is  observed  through­ out  the  world  by  Hindu  devotees.  According to senior members from the temple  Kavady  festival  was  brought  into South  Africa  by  the  indentured  labourers. One  of  the  trustees  from  the  temple Dharmalingum Lingappen told the Weekly: “Through  this  festival  people  get  healed spiritually  and  take  vow  to  carry  Kavady. Devotees come from different areas in Ver­ ulam  and  surroundings.          “We had 4000 devotees that attended the festival and 600 people carried Kavady. Since the inception of the temple we have been  conducting  this  religious  ceremony. The  temple  is  115  years  old.”  

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If any individual is  found guilty of contra­ vening another’s Con­ stitutional rights, they  will be subjected to  the most appropriate  sanction allowed by  law. vestigation and was satisfied it has already been initiated. “The department wishes to assure the public that this was an isolated incident, and the matter will be fully investigated. If any individual is found guilty of contravening another’s constitutional rights, they will be subjected to the most appropriate sanction allowed by law. “We, in the same vein, wish to remind government employees that in the course of their duty they are at all times expected to respect and abide by the Constitution of South Africa. “The department fully upholds the rights of all citizens to follow and practice a religion of their choice, so

long as such rights do not interfere with operations in the workplace.” Deputy chairperson of the Tongaat Hindu Unity Forum Sugie Govender said: “It is sad that in the 22 years of democracy we still have such kinds of religious intolerance in our community. “People are not informed about the significance of these deities and idols and become intolerant towards another person’s religion. [For] a person, who observes the Hindu religion, these things have a lot of meaning and helps them to transform to become a better person. People fail to see how these things help us to become better human beings.” A devotee from Shree Gopal Lal Hindu Temple in Verulam Michell Sheomungul said: “There is no place for religious intolerance against any ethnic group in a community that has been living in a democracy for the past 22 years. “If any individual is ignorant of other person’s faith and beliefs, then such opinions and comments should be kept to themselves. We cannot, as a society and country, progress and move forward if people continue to be prejudiced.”

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second vehicle which was travelling in the op­ posite direction collided head on into it. Both vehicles  were  extensively  damaged. The occupants of both vehicles including a 20­month­old baby were not injured in the collision.

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tres high, where the man may have fallen off. Due to the extensive terrain, the Rusa hel­ icopter was called to assist in conducting an aerial search. Reports from the air confirmed that several tree branches were broken along the  face  of  the  cliff. The Umhlali K9 Search and Rescue Unit conducted  an  extensive  search  of  the  cliff, however the individual could not be located.

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Reaction  Unit  SA  crime  report Wanted suspect arrested: Verulam ­ A suspect wanted in connection with a house break­in was arrested by members of Reac­ tion   Unit   South   Africa   (Rusa)   on   Wick Street in the Verulam CBD on Monday 6 Feb­ ruary.  Officers received information a week ago that the suspect was being sought by police for a house break­in he committed on Shari Drive  in  Everest  Heights  in  February  2016.  Police were in possession of a photo of the suspect and requested assistance from Re­ action Unit officers to arrest the suspect who was  known  to  them. While on patrol in the Verulam CBD the suspect was spotted on Wick Street. When he noticed Reaction Unit officers approach­ ing him, he attempted to flee, but was pur­ sued  and  apprehended.  The  suspect  was handed over to the police and is currently be­ ing  detained  at  the  Verulam  SAPS. The  suspect  was  arrested  on  numerous occasions for house break­in and drug relat­ ed  crimes.  In 2014 he stabbed a Rusa  officer  during  a house  break­in  in  Ever­ est  Heights.  The  officer shot  him  during  the scuffle.

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ICTORIA Primary School in Tongaat received four additional classrooms and two bathrooms to accommodate the high number of pupils enrolling at the school every year. Dignitaries, parents, members of the Divine Life Society of South Africa and teachers converged at the school for the official opening ceremony. School principal Lajeeth Maharaj confirmed that for many years the number of pupils enrolling at the school increased rapidly and posed a challenge to the management of the school. Lajeeth thanked the Divine Life Society of South Africa for making it possible for the pupils to have a conducive learning environment. Co-chairperson of the Divine Life Society of South Africa Dr Mawalall Chatrooghoon said: “We are currently focusing on building crèches in rural areas. “We are also looking at building more old age homes to assist the people in need. We have completed 600 projects and we look forward to building more in the community.” Speaking at the event, Billy Nair

Tongaat  school  opens  new  classrooms

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The  four  new  classrooms  at  Victoria  Primary.

At  the  official  opening  of  new  classrooms  at  Victoria  Primary  are  Dr  Mawalall  Chatrooghoon  (left)  and  Lajeeth  Maharaj  (school  principal).

Circuit education manager Selvan Chetty said he was reminded of the forefathers who came to this country in 1860. “And when they came they focused on three aspects of life that they believed were fundamentally important. And those aspects were religion, education and culture. When I drove in my

car this morning I realised that this programme kind of optimises of all aspects of what our forefathers brought for us with them. “Today I want to say that I have the greatest amount of respect and will continue to be eternally grateful for their bravery, courage, and hard work and for giving us this opportunity of

being able to do the things that we do today to better the lives our children. Victoria Primary is certainly a story of what Martin Luther king dreamt about and believed in. “Over the years we have seen the school escalate to great heights. Ten years ago when Maharaj [school principal] was appointed to the school he

too had a dream and from all that has been mentioned about the successes of the school, one would have realised that the best thing that could have happened to this best institution was his appointment.” Last year the Divine Life Society conducted a sod turning ceremony at the school on 17 August.

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Your presence will be highly appreciated

>> The Shree Veeraboga Emperumal Temple in Gandhi’s Hill, Tongaat will be observing its 101st annual Chariot Festival from Friday 5 May to Sunday14 May. If you would like to be one of the daily sponsors, contact Selochana Govender on 073 549 1383 or the temple on 032 945 1496 for  more  information  by  20  February.  >>  The annual meeting of Shri Emperumal Temple in

Sadly missed by wife, sons, daughter-in-laws and grand kids

16  February2017

Oaklands , Verulam ( formerly of Canelands) will be held on  Monday  27  February  at  Shri  Emperumal  Temple  at 6.30pm. For details, call Dolly Govender on 032 5332515. Maha Shivarathree celebration will be held at Shri Em­ perumal Temple in Oaklands on Friday 24 February 6pm. The temple will be observing two Jamums ending at 12 midnight.  Monday  service  takes  place  at  7pm. 

You and your family are cordially invited to the ONE YEAR MEMORIAL SERVICE of the late DAYANIDHI NAIDOO (DAYA) of 861B Gopalall Hurbans Road, Fairbreeze Date: Saturday (18 February 2017) Time: 4-5 pm Supper will be served thereafter Sadly and lovingly missed and remembered by family and friends. Daughter of Mrs and late Mr A.K. Naidoo (Gopaul), sister of Ronnie Naidoo (Ex Motor Licensing Vlm), Tommy (Mc Carthy Ballito), Strini (Cape Town), Devi (Jhb Ex Vlm ) and the late Diddy of Port Shepstone.

An Eternal Memory In loving memory of the late Mr JG Govender 31/07/1958 - 18/02/2016

A year ago...... In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, You suffered so much in silence, You fought so hard to stay. You faced your task with courage, you felt your hope descend, but still you kept on fighting, until the very end. God saw you getting tired, when a cure was not to be, so he put his arms around you, and whispered. ‘Come with Me.’ So when we saw you sleeping, so peaceful, free from pain, we could not wish you back, to suffer that again..... Forever in our hearts ........ Dearly missed by your wife Pam, daughters Natashia and Nadean, sons-in-law Ajith and Pooben, grandson Rahul.

Of A Much Loved KERASAN GOVENDER (PORKY)

SON

07th April 1984 – 17th February 2003

THIS is for someone wonderful as loved as one could be for you were everything in life you meant the world, you see and sometimes life can be unkind when hearts are torn in two but nothing ever could compare to the pain of losing you But all the love you left behind, forever will live on and so until we meet again rest peacefully, dear Son

In memory of In Memory of the Late

Mr Munsami Naidoo (Dan)

MR SUNNY PILLAY (Formerly from Maidstone Barracks/ Gandhi’s Hill)

03/08/1941 - 01/05/2016 A limb has fallen from our family tree. We keep hearing a voice that says. “Grieve not for me, Remember the best times, the laughter, the song, The good life I lived while I was strong. Continue my heritage, I’m counting on you. Keep smiling and surely the sun will shine through. My mind is at ease, my soul is at rest. Remembering all how I was truly blessed. Continue traditions, no matter how small. Go on with your life, don’t worry about falls. I miss you all dearly, so keep up your chin. Until the day comes when we’re together again.... You and your family are invited to attend the Yearly Ceremony of the Late Mr Munsami Naidoo (Dan) Date: 19 February 2017 Venue: Vishnu Temple, Buffelsdale Time: 10:30am Sadly missed by wife, children, sons-in-law and a host of family & friends. Bus service will be provided at 09:30 am

Dear Dad, you’ve cared for us with love and devotion, worked tirelessly to give us the best luxuries. You were indeed a priceless gift with no comparison. You leave behind many cherished memories and legacies. You will always be our guiding light and inspiration til’ eternity. We love and miss you dearly Daddy.

You and your family are lovingly invited to attend the 16th Day Ceremony of our dearest Dad Mr Sunny Pillay. Date: Saturday 18 February 2017 Venue: Tongaat South Vishnu Temple, Marigold Place Time: 7pm Supper will be served at 6pm Please accept this as a personal invitation from the Pillay family.Lovingly missed by your wife Panjalay, children, grandchildren, great grandchild, brother and a host of family and friends.

>>  Shri  Emperumal  Temple  service  group  conducts weekly service on Mondays at SET in Oaklands. All are invited  to  attend  service. >> Vishwaroop Temple and Dharamshala is observing Shivarathri on Friday 24 February from 6pm) to 6am. The programme consists of pooja, hawan, discourse, bhajans by various groups, bael leaf offering, refreshments and surya  namskar.  All  welcome.  For further enquiries contact Navin Panday on 081 039 2268. >> ShivRathri : the awakening takes place on Sunday, 19 February at the Inner Peace Centre, 11 Palm Street, Grange, Verulam from 5 to 7pm with supper. All are wel­ come. For more details, call 083 299 7143 /032 533 6728 (evenings)  or  email  verulam@za.brahmakumaris.org >> The biennial general meeting of the Brake Village Temple will be held on Sunday, 26 February at the tem­ ple  hall  at  7.30pm.  Please note that the application for the membership for  the  membership  roll  closes  on  Friday  24  February at 6pm. Membership forms are available from the Priest at  the  temple. >>  The  Shree  Gopal  Lal  Hindu  Temple  of  9  Temple Road, Temple Valley, Verulam is observing Maha Shivar­ athri from 6 pm on Friday 24 February to 6am on Satur­ day 25 February. Abisheks and Bhajans all night long. Enquiries:  Karishma  Folly  ­  060  503  1785. >> Shree Sathya Sai Darshan temple invites the public to its 17th Maha Shivarathree prayer and chariot proces­ sion to be held at 59 Flame Road in Chelmsford Heights, Tongaat  from  16  February  until  25  February.  The programme of the prayer will start from 16 February. Daily Obayams will start from 16 to 25 February com­ mencing at 6pm. Chariot procession will be held on 19 February  commencing  at  8.30am,  flag  hosting  on  16 February commencing at 6pm and flag de­hosting will be  held  on  25  February  at  6am.  For further details contact Deva Maistry (priest) on 032 945  4702  or  084  481  5588. >> Vishwaroop Hindi Paatshala offers free Hindi class­ es at Vishwaroop temple on Wednesday at 6pm. Regis­ tration  and  classes  commence  on  25  January  2017.  For further details call Beena Sudu on 032 944 2096 or  Guythree  Maharaj  on  032  945  3678.  >> BSU Youth Organisation and Gift of the People are invite you to their HIV Aids, drugs, suicide, abuse and cancer  awareness  event  to  take  place  on  11  February 2017 at Belvedere Community Hall commencing at 4pm till  7pm.  For further details call Muzammil Razak on 061 154 4329 or  Fathima  Mitha  on  062  448  6466. 

IN LOVING MEMORY

SAMLALL MAHES

BORN 06/10/53 CALLED TO REST 06/02/17

Friends and family are invited to attend the 10th Day Ceremony on Thursday, 16th February 2017 and the 13th Day Ceremony on Sunday, 19th February 2017 Time: 11am Venue: 486 Oak Drive, Redcliffe, Verulam Sadly missed by his wife Beena, children Nisha, Dadoo, Navin, Jesche and the rest of the family

The 16th Day Memorial Service of the late

Mrs Pushpa Pandarum

Wife of Daddy Pandarum Will take place at her late residence Flat B1, Door 8, Canary Crescent, Flamingo Heights, Tongaat on Saturday, 18 February 2017 Supper will be served at 5.30 pm and thereafter service to follow at 7.00 pm Sadly and deeply missed by a host of family and friends.


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MITSUBISHI’S popular compact crossover, the  Mitsubishi  ASX,  is  getting  a  refreshed look for the 2017 model year. In addition to the company’s new Dynamic Shield design language, the Mitsubishi ASX range now in­ cludes a new 2.0 MIVEC six­speed CVT de­ rivative  coming  in  at  under  R400 000. Nic Campbell, General Manager of Mit­ subishi  Motors  South  Africa,  states:  “We have  to  address  the  current  affordability needs of our customers. Today’s economy often forces buyers to opt for lower­spec ve­ hicles, but our new ASX 2.0 GL CVT deriva­ tive offers the comfort and efficiency of Mit­ subishi’s CVT transmission as well as its im­ pressive  standard  specification  in  a  truly attractive  package.  When you consider Mitsubishi’s world­ class safety ratings, the new ASX 2.0 GL CVT is easily the best sub R400 000 vehicle on the  market.”  The  new  2017  Mitsubishi  ASX,  which goes on sale immediately, is the first model in  South  Africa  to  feature  the  company’s new Dynamic Shield design language. The striking new design is centred around a new front  grille,  which  is  significantly  more prominent than that of its predecessor and will soon be seen on other models, such as the new Mitsubishi Outlander and the much anticipated  new  Pajero  Sport.  The Dynamic Shield grille combines the previously  distinctive  “Safety”  and  “Per­ formance”  treatments  of  the  Mitsubishi front­end design. Models such as the Pajero have always been styled to appear impos­ ing, whilst still conveying a sense of safety and protection. The ASX and Outlander, on the other hand, feature a grille with a more aggressive  and  sporty  design.  In  the  ASX,  the  Dynamic  Shield  grille connects  the  upper  and  lower  sections  of the bumper into one single air intake. The black section of the intake links the head­ lights and fog lights, and is surrounded by eye­catching chrome details that widen to­ wards  the  middle  of  the  Dynamic  Shield grille.  The  grille  is  rounded  off  by  a  lower

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The  Mitsubishi  ASX.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

New  design  language  for  Mitsubishi chromed section, which mimics the design of a strike plate and hints at the ASX’s SUV family  tree.  Mitsubishi is using the introduction of its new design language to effect other, small­ er tweaks, while the popular items and high specification  level  remain  unchanged. Changes to the new ASX include redesigned seat cushions that are fashioned with long­ distance passenger comfort as the main pri­ ority.  The new Mitsubishi ASX line­up consists of  five  derivatives  all  featuring  the  frugal and highly reliable 2.0 MIVEC petrol engine. This engine is equipped with Mitsubishi’s In­ novative  Valve  Timing  Electronic  Control System (MIVEC) and multi­point injection that produces 110 kW at 6 000 rpm and 197 Nm of torque at 4 200 rpm. Power is deliv­ ered  to  the  front  wheels  via  a  five­speed manual gearbox or CVT transmission with six  pre­programmed  gear  steps. 

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the  front,  and  an  electrically  adjustable driver’s seat, as well as a rear­view camera. Over and above all these luxuries, two GLS derivatives feature powerful Rockford Fosgate sound systems, whilst the CVT ver­ sion  of  the  GLS  boasts  high­impact  dis­ charge  lights.  The  Mitsubishi  ASX  continues  to  score highly as a practical crossover, thanks to its 1,193  litres  of  storage  space  with  the  rear seats lowered and its 195mm ground clear­ ance.  ASX  is  sold  with  a  comprehensive 5­year / 90 000 km service plan and 3­year /  100  000  km  manufacturer’s  warranty.  “We  are  extremely  proud  of  our  92% customer loyalty figure – once people join the  Mitsubishi  family,  they  tend  to  stay.  “This  says  more  about  our  brand,  our products and our excellent dealer network than we could ever convey in a brochure,” says  Campbell.                                                                           ­  Supplied.  

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The  Mazda  BT­50.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED


VAC  in  Hillcrest  Challenge

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ERULAM Athletic Club members embarked on a weekend treble with the Day Lee Challenge, Airport Run and the energy sapping Hillcrest Marathon. With the soaring temperatures welcoming the early Comrades and Two Oceans Ultra qualifiers, runners took to the hydration tables at every station. Vukani Maphumulo led team VAC in the marathon with a superb 3.13 finish, pronouncing himself satisfied with his preparation for the ultra double Two Oceans and Comrades this year. Elated novice Enoch Menzi, in Verulam Athletic Club colours posted an incredible in 3.28 and booked his place in the Comrades marathon this year. Pravin Sewnarain also qualified in a moderate 4.07 saying: “I am where I expected to be at this time of the training.” Anita Sewnarain, who is going for her third consecutive Comrades medal, eased through in 4.41, despite an injury lay off, easily qualifying with nineteen minutes to spare.

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Anita  and  Pravin  Sewnarain  qualified  for  the  Comrades  Marathon    in  the  Hillcrest  marathon. Alan Govender and Andrew Dlamini succumbed to injury and the heat, but the experience in these conditions

serve as a useful preparation for the ultra season ahead. Two Oceans bound Krish Naidoo posted a 1.49 half marathon, declaring himself ready for the Cape ultra season, ahead of Paul Mthetwa, who continues to impress in 2.08. Sundree Ramlagan, graduated back to runner status this year finishing in 2.38 ahead of mother and daughter duo Pam and Tharushka sookoo in 3.07. Dasen Naidoo, a regular at the races, finished in 3.44. Preparations for the Gaterite 15th Anniversary Challenge incorporating the 42.2km, 21.1km, 10km, 5km and 2km Human Rights Commemoration 5-in-1 Challenge takes place on 26 March at Verulam Recreation Ground. Organisations interested in fundraising with no costs are welcome to contact VAC for their fundraising opportunities and persons or organisations interested in being part of this national race event as well as community race may contact the club on 083 783 6363.

VAC  mem­ bers  Sun­ dree  Ram­ lagan  and  Dasen  Nai­ doo  at  Hillcrest  half  mara­ thon  with  a  PVAC  comrade.

VAC will hold their annual general meeting on Saturday, 25 February at 2pm at Mounthaven Primary School. KZNA licences and club registration

available. Those wanting to retain their 2016 licence numbers are urged to register to ensure they retain the same race numbers. - Supplied.

Team  Skisa’s  Proteas  ready  for  action  WEEKLY  REPORTER TEAM SKISA Proteas Shriya Misra, Riasha Singh Yashveer Jugoo and Protea team captain Theo Pillay attended an advanced technical coaching seminar under the watchful eye of Protea head coach Brando Pillay on the weekend at the Tongaat Sports Centre in preparation for the forthcoming KSA nationals 2017. The seasoned tournament fighters who have all been crowned champions at the recent KZN all styles championships braved the soaring high summer temperatures to stay fighting fit for their next major challenge - the KSA Nationals 2017. Pint sized top ranked national ladies black belt fighter Riasha Singh expressed her confidence. She said: “I am in the best form of my karate career and am going for gold at the KSA nationals 2017.” Protea head coach Brando Pillay who coaches and mentors the Skisa Proteas was full of praise for the cham-

pions. “These fighters train 24-7 and therefore are super-fit, hence my firm view that they will be crowned KSA champions at the forthcoming nationals.” Current Protea national senior men’s team captain Theo Pillay, a final year town planning student at DUT, is looking forward to the KSA event as well. “I am optimistic that I will become the National KSA champion 2017 namely I’ve worked very hard on my tournament karate techniques with my mentor Sensei Brando,” said Pillay. President of KSA Sonny Pillay Hanshi encouraged all the Proteas (current KZN champions) Shriya Misra, Yash Jugoo, Riasha Singh and Theo Pillay, among others, to seriously focus on their karate careers going forward as karate is now a very integral part of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics. “These national Proteas have an excellent chance of making the Olympics come 2020,” said Pillay.

Team  Falcons  celebrated  Hillcrest  Villager’s  anniversary CHECKOUT  Verulam  Falcons  celebrat­ ed Hillcrest Villager’s 40th anniversary half marathon over the weekend. The famous old main road, which is part of the  comrades’  route,  was  the  starting pointing  of  the  race. Runners received a commemorative 40th  anniversary  T­shirt  and  medal along with a goodie bag. Thulani Hlong­ wane, from Checkout Verulam Falcons AC completed his back to back Hillcrest Marathon as the first marathon finisher for  the  club. Hlongwane  is  a  consistent  mara­ thon runner and ran a comfortable 3:47, to  match  the  previous  years’  time. Val  Naidu  dominated  the  Falcons’ half marathon finishers in a time of 2:13. Team Falcons experienced a proud moment when Farouk Kadwa achieved a marathon personal best time of 4:59. Kadwa  returned  to  long  distance running  after  four  years  break  and  his success  stems  from  his  dedication  as well  as  the  support  and  mentorship from  Falcon’s  Morning  Training  Group. The  development  league,  Asmal’s HyperSave Series held its eighth leg last Sunday.  Eddie  Singh,  another  consist­ ent  member,  led  the  15km  walkers. Bilal Meya was at the forefront with the 15 km run. Meya joined the league mid­year  2015  and  is  an  emergent strong  runner.  New  member  Christy Ruthnum  topped  the  10km  walkers. Ari Perumal ran a prolific 10 km in 55

“I also urge parents to engage their children in karate practice given that karate was recently announced as an world youth Olympic sport for 2018 in Argentina.” For details, call the KSA HQ on 082 557 7784 or email president@karate-sa.org

The  Proteas  team  who  are  looking  forward  to  the  up­ coming  champion­ ships.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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2. TRIMS STORE MANAGER

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Farouk  Kadwa  is  one  of  the  members  of  the  Falcons  team  that  did  well  in  the  marathon. minute.  Mumtaz  Sayed  led  the  5km walkers, alongside newcomers Samee­ ra  Sayed  and  Junaid  Khan. The  Checkout  Verulam  Falcons  AC will like to encourage the community to embrace a healthier lifestyle by joining its  membership. For  more  details  on  membership, visit Asmals HyperSave Supermarket at 7  Todd  Street,  Verulam.  ­  Supplied.    

REQUIREMENTS: Matric Qualification in Material handling an advantage Computer Literate – Excel spreadsheets, Word

REQUIREMENTS/EXPERIENCE: At least 2 years experience in Trim Store Management

Closing date: 20 February 2017 Celrose Clothing 25 Walter Reid Road, Maidstone, Tongaat Email: bmaharaj@celrose.co.za Tel: 032 438 7300 | Fax: 032 945 3984

lN THE REGIONAL COURT OF THE REGIONAL DIVISION OF KWAZULU NATAL HELD AT DURBAN Case number: KZNIDBN/RC1257/2016 In the matter between: EMA PACKAGING (PTY) LTD Execution Creditor and MASAKANE PLASTICS Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION Pursuant to a Judgment of the abovementioned Honorable Court dated 15 August 2016 and the Writ of Execution dated 16 September 2016, the herein under mentioned movable property will be sold in execution on the 03 March 2017 at 11 :00 a.m. to the highest bidder subject to the conditions of sale. 1. 2 x Film Extruder - Bandera and Accessories 2. 2 x Mamta bag making machines 3. 2 x office desks 4. 2x office chairs 5. 1 x Asus computer monitor 6. 1x CPU 7. 1 x keyboard 8. 1 x Mouse 9. 1 x Printer The above mentioned Sale in Execution (without reserve) will be held on 03 March 2017 at 11:00 a.m. at 18 Groom Street, Verulam, Durban. Signed at JOHANNESBURG on this the 13th day of February 2017. DOCKRAT INCORPORATED Attorneys for Executor Creditor 4 Roberts Avenue Kensington Johannesburg 2094 Tel No. : (011) 618-2247/8/9, Fax No.: (011) 618-1163 Ref :EAS4/0009/YD clo ABBAS LATIB & COMPANY 77 Innes Road Morningside Durban Tel: (031) - 303 - 8950 Fax: (031) 303 8954 Ref: Ms SeekoiaITGID15240/2015 TO: THE CLERK OF THE ABOVE HONOURABLE COURT JOHANNESBURG


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Uthongathi  FC  roars  in  ABC  Motsepe  League

MK Financial ServiceS

Uthongathi  FC  players  after  win­ ning  a  game  against  Amajuba  FC  at  Sheik  Mohideen  Stadium,  Tongaat.

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Monday Combo 2x Aloo Paratha R39.99

4x ¼ Chicken Tikka 8x Chicken Cubes 8x Malai Cubes 2x Lamb Kebab 5x Roti (Served with chips/sauce/roti +a 2lt Coke

R230-00

Tuesday Combo 2x Mutton Burger & Chips R39.99 Wednesday Combo 2x ¼ Chicken Tikka. R54.99

CURRY PACK

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R150

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Thursday Combo 2x ¼ Mutton Bunny R59-99

Choose any 2 curry from, Lamb Kadai, Chicken Kadai, Butter Chicken, Mushroom Kadai. Comes with 2 Roghni Naan or 2 Garlic Naan, with a 2 lt Coke.

Chicken Breyani

Served with sour milk (Before 2pm or while stocks last)

R30

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opponents 3-0 at their home ground in Tongaat. The local boys scored the first goal in the first half and the other two in the second half. Since the beginning of the ABC Motsepe League 2016/2017 the team has put up a good perANDILE  SITHOLE formance and impressed its supporters. UTHONGATHI FC kept up its good The club’s spokesperson Nduperformance at their recent game miso Maphumulo was optimistic against Amajuba FC held at Sheik that the team will continue with Mohideen Stadium last Saturday. their good performance in the next The Tongaat boys defeated their games. “We urge our supporters to come out in their numbers to support us in our next game. It’s always a privilege for us to play at home because we score 363 Main Road, Tongaat, Shop 9, Stadium Garage more goals and win.” Tel: 032 9441289 The local team seMP3 with USB CAR cured 38 points in A/C their last game. The SERVICE from team moved to the top Subject to spot of the ABC pm fitment 2016/2017 Motsepe DELKOR 6” 230 WATT League log. UthonBATTERY gathi FC will lock 619 horns with GWP Friends at Sheik Mo+SCRAP / R100 hideen Stadium in Tongaat on Saturday, ALARM & ANTI HIJACK FROM 18 February.

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Galvanised Garage Door

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Exquisite PVC Ceiling Panel alternate to Rhino Board, No Painting, No Mess, Mount Direct to Battons

From

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Black plastic Sabs 2x30m 250mic

R299

TRENDY SQUARE RANGE MIXERS

Shower Mixer

R499 Basin Mixer

R699

Copper Pipe SABS 15mm

R149

8 Panel HW Door

6 Panel Townhouse Door

R699

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