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HIS weekend, the 15th annual Cansa Shavathon will hit shopping centres across the South Coast. The Shavathon is held to show solidarity with those affected by cancer. Shavathons will be held at Shelly Centre, Southcoast Mall and Hibiscus Mall on Saturday. A few venues will also host public events on Sunday. Workplaces and organisations will be hosting events from Monday to March 2. Losing one’s hair is a common side-effect of cancer therapy,

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the day. For those who would like to be involved and make a difference, Shavathon embraces volunteers. Their support is invaluable. Show your support by bringing your loved ones along. You can shave, spray or stencil your hair, or do all three. Cansa thanks Scottburgh High, Port Shepstone Senior Secondary, Port

Shepstone Senior Primary, Creston College, Port Edward Primary and Ollies Pre School for showing support and helping to fight cancer. An invitation is extended to all schools in the region to be part of this drive. The Lions will be at Hibiscus Mall, the Tiagos team will be at Southcoast Mall and the Harcourts team will be at Shelly Centre. For more details, contact Sesethu Senene at 031 205 9525 or e-mail ssenene@cansa.org.za

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PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com MARGATE resident Madelein Stopforth says she has noticed that the steel manhole covers on the street outside her home have gone missing. She said she noticed this last week when she walked out of her residence. She said one night she heard a noise and wondered what was happening, only to find the next morning the manhole just next to Constancia Building was left with no cover. “It is of grate concern, especially because at night a person could fall into this big manhole,” said Stopforth. She said the matter was reported to the ward councillor and the response was that it would be

discussed at his next meeting. She said the covers have not be replaced as yet. It is suspected that the covers were stolen for metal recycling purposes, but this has not been confirmed. One of the manholes has been covered with a plank to try to secure it. On Tuesday, Stopforth said more covers went missing along National Road. Acting Ugu senior manager of communication Trevor Khanyile said the municipality was not aware of such incidents taking place. “The Water Services Department has been informed and will attend to this as a matter of urgency. Also, as the municipality we strongly condemn such actions as this has negative effects on service delivery, while also having negative financial implications,” said Khanyile. .

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HE Port Shepstone police have asked motorists to refrain from giving anything to people who beg at traffic lights and street corners, to discourage them from entering the roadway and endangering themselves and other road users. Instead, people are encouraged to rather direct their acts of charity to the homes, shelters, rehabilitation centres and other charitable organisations that deal with the homeless. “By continuing to hand them our loose change, we are encouraging them to, in most cases, continue to abuse liquor and drugs and live in unhygienic conditions in the streets, on the beaches and even in the bushes,” said police spokesperson Captain Vincent Pandarum in a statement. He said this support of the homeless in the form of direct hand-outs contributes to road accidents and an increase in the cases of theft by the snatching of handbags, cellphones and other valuables from unsuspecting motorists. “Attempts by police and law-enforcement

officials to keep them off the streets for their own safety, as well as the safety of other road users, is thwarted by motorists who persist in supporting them, despite repeated requests from the SAPS for them to desist from this dangerous practice,” said Pandarum. The South Coast’s many charitable organisations that serve the homeless and the underprivileged have applauded the call. The Themba Club in Margate has three shelters that shelter and cater to the needs of children previously living on the streets or from dysfunctional families. Manager and social worker at the shelter Ncumisa Madikizela, said the shelter provides children with shelter and basic necessities, as well as monitors their psychological wellbeing, and every child is taken to school. The Hamba Buya shelter in Izotsha is another option for the homeless. Now under new management, the shelter provides basic necessities as well as trains and upskills residents through its skills development programmes to develop residents and benefit the broader community of Marburg rural area, said owner Reverend Mdu Cele.

Sheppie taxi  rank  a  drug  den PRECIOUS  GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com WHOONGA smokers and other drug users have made the Port Shepstone taxi rank their home and they can be  seen  smoking  openly  on  a  daily  basis. Last  Sunday,  a  Fever  reporter  took  pictures  of  a group  of  men  and  women  who  were  smoking whoonga  while  sitting  on  the  steps  and  using  the drugs  without  caring  who  saw  them. The  Port Shepstone SAPS was contacted for a plan of  action  to  stop  them. The biggest concern is that they do not only smoke at  the  precinct  but  they  also  rob  commuters. SAPS  spokesperson  Lieutenant­Colonel  Zandra Wiid  said  the  station  commander  and  her  manage­ ment team are aware of the drug users in the area and have tasked officers to conduct several operations to address  the  problem.  “From December 2017 to date, a total of 115 arrests for drug­related offences were made within the taxi rank and an additional 31 arrests in the immediate vi­ cinity surrounding the rank. A total of 19,9 kg of dagga and 1  010 capsules of whoonga were seized and week­

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Whoonga smokers  sit  and  smoke  openly  at  the  Port  Shepstone  taxi  rank. ly operations are held in all the sectors including the CBD,”  said  Wiid.  She said police are in the process of planning a ma­ jor operation to deal with perpetrators, which will be implemented  very  soon. 


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>>precious.gumede@media24.com ANC National  Executive  Council  (NEC) member  Tandi  Mahambehlala  held  a  re­ port­back  meeting  for  the  Lower  South Coast  region  at  the  Uvongo  Town  hall  on Sunday.  In her presentation, Mahambehlala re­ ported back on what she said was the NEC’s “robust  debate”  regarding  the  removal  of Jacob  Zuma  as  president  of  the  country. Following  the  meeting,  the  party’s  re­ gional  spokesperson  Selvan  Chetty  said  it could  be  deduced  from  Mahambehlala’s presentation  that  the  decision  to  remove Zuma  was  not  an  easy  one.    He  said  some  branch  members  raised concerns regarding the processes involved in  the  recall,  to  which  Mahambelala  re­ sponded  that  the  NEC’s  decision  on  the matter is final and that all members “need to focus on uniting the movement behind the  new  leadership”. “She [Mahambehlala] urged members to  work  towards  strengthening  the  party and  ensuring  a  decisive  victory  going  for­ ward  into  2019.  “She cautioned those few members who tried to be disruptive that it wasn’t helpful to the ANC for its members to engage in ac­ tivities that will see us further divided,” said Chetty.  ANC  Lower  Coast  Region  secretary Mzwandile Mkwanazi said the ANC express­ es its thanks and appreciation to Zuma for his decades of service to SA and its people.

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HE South Coast Fever had an exclusive interview with Ugu Mass Lawsuit’s (UML) Sam Botha, who spoke about the progress of the lawsuit and how it  will  work  going  forward.  She  said  that  from  the  time  of  salty  water,  pipe bursts, water shortages and the Ugu employees’ strike, the municipality has not found solutions to its prob­ lems or come up with a long­term plan to ensure they keep  their  mandate  of  supplying  clean  water  to  the people  of  the  South  Coast.  She  said  the  community  feels  transparency  and honesty  have  been  lacking. Botha started the petition in November 2016, and will continue until the goals are reached. She said it grows  each  time  Ugu  fails.   “The aim is to lay criminal and civil charges to en­ sure that the people get a clean and uninterrupted wa­ ter  supply,”  she  said. Botha said her overseas travels proved that people can  fight  government  corruption  and  negligence through civil law, using mass class lawsuits. “In these countries, the governments are effective, citizens are law­abiding and the focus is on service delivery,” she said. Being law savvy, Botha says she and her team are fighting  for  justice  and  human  rights,  irrespective  of race, religion, political affiliation and background. “The

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at its  disposal,”  said  Morai.  She said in the few days since Ndlovu arrived, she has made unannounced visits to certain departments in the hospital to look at how they manage patients. “It was a delight for her to see staff in the emergen­ cy and trauma unit displaying a good attitude and pro­ fessionalism  when  dealing  with  patients  and  rela­ tives,”  said  Morai.    “The out­going acting CEO, Dr Babusisiwe Dlamini, thanked the staff, board and all stakeholders for sup­ porting  her  in  the  past  two  years,”  said  Morai.    She  enters  a  new  position  as  the  hospital  has opened  up  a  new  gateway  clinic  which  Ndlovu  wel­ comed. “This new gateway clinic will be fully supported in terms of the provision of resources by the hospital and a qualified nursing practitioner will be in charge of  this  new  unit,”  said  Ndlovu.  The gateway clinic is open from Monday to Friday from 7 am to 4 pm.  Services rendered at the clinic are first­level primary health services offered by a nurse, with  referral  to  a  family  physician  if  necessary.  

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are being  finalised. “We do not want the involvement of local authori­ ties and all processes will be audited and made availa­ ble to all the petitioners using legal firms, auditors, in­ vestigators  and  publishing  on  our  Facebook  group. Anyone  may  join  to  keep  up  to  date.”  She  said  the  ultimate  goal  is  to  have  functional change in Ugu, apprehend culprits of sabotage, ensure a  repair  plan  is  implemented  and  made  public,  and force a change in operations with honest, loyal and effi­ cient  staff  and  management.  “We need to prove Ugu’s incompetence and hold them responsible for the people affected. They need to  pay  for  the  negligence.  Furthermore,  you  claim against taxes for your experiences, why not claim back damages,  water  tanks,  water  bought  and  boreholes drilled,  etc.  “Damages will be the focal point of the civil lawsuit. If  the  municipality  cannot  pay,  the  government  will have to pay. Having Ugu placed under administration is  a  bonus  for  failing  service  delivery.”  Business are urged to support UML. Information is available and accessible on change.org and on its Face­ book page.  “We estimate to be complete by Decem­ ber 2020, as long as there is enough accurate evidence and  support.  The  struggle  continues,”  said  Botha.  She  said  new  petitioners  may  join  on www.change.org/p/ugu­district­municipality­ugu­ mass­lawsuit­for­change and the petition is open until the  advocate  submits  it  to  court. 

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struggle is for transparency, for people to know the real story  behind  the  water  problems.” UML has over 6 200 signatures and the goal was initially 7 500 to 10 000 residents contributing R100 each into a trust account. The petition and contribu­ tion gives UML the proxy to deal with a suit on the com­ munity’s  behalf. Botha said this lawsuit is one of a kind and with her 17 years of experience in legal matters, this will be the first to get government structures to do their job using the power of residents fighting corruption and bad  service  delivery.   “An NPO is being registered to make this the deliv­ ery  vehicle  for  residents  in  future,  not  just  for  Ugu.” Investigators are involved and 17 files of evidence have  been  collected  and  are  still  growing. She said it would be even better to get more peti­ tioners joining, allowing UML to file enough evidence and make sure Ugu keeps to the mandate to keep the water  on,  through  a  court  order.  “Evidence is building up, and soon an organisation will be registered to fight this battle. Each person who signs the petition will contribute R100 for legal fees. However, collections will only be done once the target is  reached.  “No cash will be handled; a trust account for collec­ tions will be established. We have a timeline of stages to be completed, and each stage has a deadline,” said Botha.  Currently, charges with the Hawks in Johannesburg

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Southcoast Mall  Valentine’s  Day  cookie  surprise  OMEGA  MOAGI  >>omega.moagi@media24.com 

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HE Southcoast Mall spiced things up for its shoppers on Valentine’s Day with its fortune cookie competition. Shoppers who had spent more than R200 at the mall over the weekend were given a fortune cookie which contained a secret message and a voucher for one of the stores at the mall. One lucky shopper, Joani Mckenzie from Margate, won the main prize of a gift voucher from Huskins Manufacturing Jewellers valued at R2 500. “The competition created a huge buzz at the mall, with everyone itching to find what was in their fortune cookies. In the end, over 1 000 fortune cookies were given out over the weekend,” said mall marketing manager Jane Pillay. Pillay said another competition that received support at the mall was its BMW competition, where entrants had to spin a wheel and stand a chance to win a number of prizes. Southcoast Mall  fortune  cookie  competition  main  prize  winner  was  Joani  Mckenzie.    PHOTO:  OMEGA  MOAGI 

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Local model  impresses  at  Miss  Teen  Commonwealth ARESHNI  PERUMAL  >>areshni.perumal@media24.com  PORT Shepstone resident Tarusha Gounder represented the South Coast when she was crowned first princess at the Miss Teen Commonwealth South Africa pageant held in Roodeport last Friday. Entrants were qualifying models from all over the country and Gouder impressed the judges with her traditional African gear. “It was so much fun participating in the pageant. You know you love something when that excited feeling never changes, no matter how many times you do it. Getting crowned first princess was so unexpected. I still can’t believe it,” said Gounder.

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Miss Teen  Commonwealth  2018  win­ ners  (from  left)  Shanice  Radhalal  from  Johannesburg,  Tlou  Dinyake  from  Lim­ popo  and  Tarusha  Gounden  from  Port  Shepstone.

A Valentine’s  Day  in  the  sky  for  lucky  couple OMEGA  MOAGI  >>omega.moagi@media24.com  A  LUCKY  couple  from  Gauteng  spent one  of  their  most  memorable  Valen­ tine’s Day in the sky in a helicopter ride, thanks to Wolf Security and the Kridzil holiday  flats  in  Margate.  Pastors  Carl  and  Angel  King,  who own  a  drug  and  alcohol  rehabilitation centre  in  Pretoria,  were  the  lucky  win­ ners of the main prize in the resort’s Val­ entine’s  Day  competition. 

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Enjoying Champagne  celebrations  aft­ er  landing  at  the  Margate  Airport  are  (from  left)  pilot  Hendrick  Ludick,  An­ gel  and  Carl  King. 


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Celebrating love  with  classics  and  rock  ’n  roll   

February 22,  2018

Trogons visit  River  Valley

OMEGA MOAGI  >>omega.moagi@media24.com 

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ENOWNED musician and former member of the Staccatos band, Steve Ashley, held a special Valentine’s show at Zizi Lodge in Leisure Bay on Saturday. The show was divided into golden oldies and rock ’n roll segments. Along with life-long friend and fellow musician Vincent du Chenne, Ashley performed for about 100 patrons who showed up to celebrate their love. During the performance, local resident Mark Frost went down on one knee and proposed to his girlfriend Tracy Roux, who in response said “yes”, to the crowd’s delight and applause. “I don’t even know what to say, I’m so overwhelmed,” said Roux, holding on to her new fiance.

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The main  Valentine’s  for  the  day  were  Anne  (left)  and  Steve  Ashley. 

Sunday, February  25,  at  6.30 am,  Birdlife  Trogons  will  visit  River  Valley  Nature  Reserve.  There  is  a  R20  per  person  entry  fee.  Take  chairs,  breakfast  and  something  to  braai  for  lunch.  All  welcome.  There  is  a  R20  per­person  charge  for  non­members  of  Birdlife  Trogons.  Outings  may  be  cancelled  due  to  weather,  check  www.birdlifetrogons.blogspot.com  or  phone  Hazel  at  072  355  8837  before  setting  off  and  for  fur­ ther  details.  Please  note  text  messages  or  “call  me”  requests  cannot  be  responded  to.  Let  Hazel  know  if  you  will  be  attending  the  outing. Directions: Travel  south  from  Durban  on  the  N2  toll  road.  At  the  Port  Shepstone  toll,  head  straight  on  the  R61  to­ wards  Port  Edward.  Take  the  second  off­ramp,  (Margate/Uvongo)  and  turn  right  into  Wingate  Avenue  and  go  back  across  the  highway.  You  will  pass  the  Margate  Country  Club  on  your  right  side.  Carry  on  along  Wingate  for  another  500 m  past  the  country  club  and  you  will  see  our  sign  pointing  right  into  Portal  Avenue.  Drive  down  Portal  Avenue  and  follow  our  signs  to  the  gate.  GPS  co­ordinates  S  30.83’436”  E  30.35’880” PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

Young scientist  represents  SA  in  Namibia  

Newly engaged  are  Mark  Frost  and  Tracy  Roux.   

James Basson  and  Adriana  van  der  Linde.   

Kegan Nash  and  Neo  Mortado  were  there.

PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com BORN and raised in Murchison, former Sister Joans High School pupil Sandile Sbonelo Cele (21) represented South Africa in Windhoek, Namibia, at the NamPower National Science Fair recently. Cele won a gold medal and second prize in the category Best Innovations To Be Applied category, for his science project which he invented while at school. Cele designed an electrical distribution box which may help eradicate electricity theft. This was not the only award Cele has received for his innovations. He is also one of the three nominees for chairman of the Next Branch in South Africa and was the winner of Best Upcoming Young Scientist at an event held in Johannesburg. He said he would have not made it this far without his science teacher Mr Mpanza, and the school management of Sister Joans. “I would like extend my words of appreciation to my science teacher, Mr S. Mpanza, Sister Joan’s High School principal Mr M.C. Ndimande and his entire management,” said Cele. The inventive young man grew up in a rural area where most of his love for science was developed. His immense spiritual belief is one of the things that keeps him going as a young member of Thy Will Ministries International, under the leadership of prophet and minister

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Award­winning former  science  pupil  of  Sister  Joans  High  School,  Sandile  Sbonelo  Cele. S. Msimang. He has also been a loyal member of the youth-influenced organisation PhumlaniM Foundation, since 2016. Cele said that when he joined the foundation, his intension was to pursue his musical career and expand his experience as a young man through the Black Suit Gentlemen’s Club, however new chapters have opened up for him. He said his interest lies in law and

he has been accepted to study law at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. He said he will pursue his science career part time. “I am really looking forward to going to university and after I graduate, my goal is to come back to the South Coast and give back to the community that raised me, by discovering other innovative young people and assisting them further,” said Cele.


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An experience  to  empower  the  youth 

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Moms­to­be attend  awareness  talk  OMEGA  MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media.com 

Members of  Run  South  Coast  Entertainment  are  (from  left)  Terry  Govender,  Dan  Govender,  Noma  Zik­ alala,  Zee  Makhanya  and  Andy  Govender. PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com RUN South Coast Entertainment is a youth organisation made up of a group of individuals who have come together with the aim to bring social change and develop to talented youths on the South Coast.

The organisation invites upcoming artists and the community to its Vineyard social event to be held at Run Mansions in Hibberdene on March 3. Founder Terry Govender said the event is part of the organisation’s new development programme targeted at developing artist and entertainers, giving them new opportunities to

further their careers. He said the event is an outdoor lounging and cocktail experience with various genres of music on offer. He said there will be pop-up stalls for local brands to showcase merchandise, craft beer, soul food and other activities. Terry can be contacted at 076 542 8787 or Dan at 074 248 8920.

Community invited  to  meeting MEMBERS of the community are invited to Touched by an Angel NPO’s first meeting for the year. The meeting will be held at 1321 Uranus Drive, Marburg on Sunday February 25 from

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persad said plans will also be made for feeding scheme projects. She asked all members of Touched By An Angel to attend. Tea will be served and those attending are welcome to bring a platter of choice. For more information Rampersad can be contacted on 084 358 5363. - Supplied.

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OMS­to­be got a day to ask ques­ tions about the unbearable aches, embarrassing  situations  and  mild irritations they experience during pregnan­ cy, at Netcare Margate Hospital’s pregnancy awareness  event. The  talk  had  three  speakers,  including a  dietician,  a  gynaecologist  and  a  breast­ feeding  expert. Dietician  Linda  Stalk  gave  the  expect­ ant moms a range of options for their rec­ ommended  diet,  emphasising  the  impor­ tance of fibre, protein and dairy products. For snacking, she suggested fresh fruit, low­fat  yogurt,  bran  muffins,  Provitas, white  or  cottage  cheese  and  popcorn.  Dr Shavershree Govender went through all the minor disorders of pregnancy, stress­ ing  the  importance  of  always  keeping  an honest and open relationship with the gy­ naecologist. Govender reassured the wom­ en that it is okay to sleep on their stomach in their first trimester as the foetus is still too small to be affected and told them any­ thing after that, their body will start telling them what is comfortable, adding that ei­ ther  side  is  okay  to  sleep  on. “No pregnancy is the same; own the ex­ perience  and  don’t  copy  what  your  friend

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Speakers at  the  Margate  Netcare  Pregnancy  Awareness  Month  talk,  Dr Shavershree  Govender  (left)  and  dietician  Linda  Stalk.  did. Yes, you will have days were you feel like you are just not coping, but enjoy it for what it is. Embrace it and connect with your baby because it goes pretty fast,” said Gov­ ender.  Ruth  Mathison  from  La  Lache  League South  Africa  offered  attendants  breast­ feeding tips and encouraged women to util­ ise the feeding method as it is recommend­ ed  over  bottle  feeds.  “Breast  feeding  is healthiest for mother and baby. It is enjoya­ ble and rewarding as you connect with your baby.  It  is  also  free,”  said  Mathison.            

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Church motivates  children  from  local  home  OMEGA  MOAGI  >>omega.moagi@media24.com  THE Rhema Church in Ramsgate held an outreach programme for children’s home, Themba Club, on Saturday. The event, aimed at motivating the children through the word of God was held in Palm Beach. The main message for the day was delivered by team leader Eurica Noeth who spoke under the topic, “Keep your mark in front of you, don’t look back.”

“We were blessed today and shared plans for the upcoming camp arranged for the children by the Misty Creek Adventure Camps and Rhema,” said Noeth. Noeth also requested the support of anyone who would like to assist in funding the camp which will mentor a total of 30 children from the home, scheduled for the second weekend in March. Contact Eurica Noeth on 0817639904 for more information.

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Inviting women  to  the  Women’s  World  Day  of  Prayer  are  Anita  Roodt  (left)  and  Ina  Coetsee.

Invite to  women’s  prayer  service PRECIOUS  GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com

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HE Port Shepstone NG Kerk invites all women to the Women’s World Day of Prayer on March 2, starting at 9.30 am for 10 am. Organiser Anita Roodt said the theme for this year’s prayer is “All God’s creation is very good.” The Women’s World Day of Prayer dates back to the 19th century and has grown into a global prayer movement

with services held on the same day all over the world. “This year’s service has been prepared by the women of Suriname in South America,” said Roodt. She said eight other churches will join NG Kerk in the prayer and the community is invited. “We received the divine gift of God’s creation and we must pass it on to the next generation. Please come let us worship together as women of guidance of the committee,” said

Roodt. She said a collection will be done at the end of service and tea will be served in the church hall. DIRECTIONS: From Port Shepstone’s Mitchell Drive north, turn left into Unity street, then left into Voortrekker Road, and then right into Church Street. For more information Roodt can be contacted on 073 206 9260 or Anna Potgieter on 079 491 2109.

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Members from  the  Rhema  Church  at  the  Themba  Club  in  Palm  beach  on  Saturday.   


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God can  restore  your  broken  relationships CONNIE  ZUMA FEBRUARY,  being  the  month  of  love,  has seen many people going to great extents to show those they love that they matter and are  special  to  them.  This, however, is not the case for every­ one, especially with the high divorce rate in South Africa. Many families are broken be­ cause of the breakdown of marriages. Other marriages are fragmenting because of indi­ viduals  having  entered  these  unions  with baggage from their families. It is needless to then point out that as a result, supportive environments are hard to foster, and unfor­ tunately  children  then  suffer  the  most.  The effects of a broken marriage can be found not only in the immediate individuals affected, such as the family, but also in wid­ er society and even South Africa as a whole. Broken families are nothing new, not in this generation nor in previous generations. Throughout  the  Bible  we  read  of  families who had their own flaws, but because they were called according to God’s purpose, all things worked together for their good. Liv­ ing in such a time where if things don’t work they are thrown away and not fixed, it prob­ ably is the best time to be reminded that God  is  a  God  of  restoration.  God does not give up on people, and nei­ ther should we. A famous quote does, after all, say: “If God could restore us back to him­ self, he can restore any relationship back to

us.” In the Gospel of Luke chapter 2 verse 13­ 16, we read of Jesus going up to Jerusalem for the Passover feast. When he got there, He  found  people  trading  at  the  temple courts.  The  Bible  says  he  made  a  whip  out  of a cord and chased them all out because the temple was a “house of prayer and yet they had  turned  it  into  a  den  of  robbers”. This is the only time in the Bible where Jesus  is  seen  to  be  violent.  One may ask oneself if there was a need for Jesus to be so harsh, after all he is the son of the God of plenty; surely a new and much better temple could be built for peo­ ple  to  pray  at?  The answer is “yes”, he could definitely have  people  build  a  new  temple,  but  he didn’t want to because he is a God of resto­ ration. Jesus does not discard broken situa­ tions,  what  he  starts,  he  maintains. If he could whip out the traders at the temple courts to reclaim the dignity of the temple, then he can “whip” out any nega­ tive characteristic in a person that causes them  to  be  hard  to  relate  to.  Do not disown relationships before you have presented them to the master of res­ toration who is the author and finisher of our  faith. He  knew  troubles  would  come  and  he knows how he will fix them. Have faith in God;  all  things  are  possible.   

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Spare a  thought  for  the  NSRI PUBLIC safety in our seas is of critical im­ portance, especially when we are predom­ inantly  a  nationally  and  internationally recognised  seaside  destination.  Our beaches are considered some of the best in South Africa but when a situation arises and people get into difficulty and the life­ guard teams are out of reach, it is the local National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) that springs  into  action  and  more  often  than

not a  good  outcome  results. The dedicated NSRI teams are selfless volunteers who at short notice are called upon to drop what they are doing, get to launch and go out and save lives. They are local heroes who provide a year­round ser­ vice,  much  to  the  comfort  of  the  many thousands  of  beach  and  sea  users. This is why we have made an award to the NSRI stations at Shelly Beach and Port Edward. I am told that another station is earmarked for Rocky Bay near Scottburgh, and if true then we can be comforted that our entire stretch of the coastline will have excellent service coverage. From our own funds we have in the past provided much­ needed equipment for the NSRI and will doing  so  again. Tourism in both the private and public

spheres does need to recognise the daring work carried out by the stations. I suppose that this is a bit of a plea for individual do­ nors, the corporate sector and philanthro­ pists to donate to our own NSRI stations. Their sustained efficiency does depend on such  gestures.    When  we  go  to  tourism shows  many  people  from  up­country (who may not be used to being in the sea or  have  limited  swimming  skills)  ask:  “Is the  sea  safe  down  there?”. Because we have a number of perma­ nently managed beaches with lifeguards (and of course our Blue Flag beaches with beach stewards) and the additional sup­ port from the NSRI, we are in a strong posi­ tion to neutralise their concerns. Let’s con­ tinue  to  keep  our  maritime  gem  on  that even  keel  of  being  sunny  and  safe.

Things have  gone  bananas FROM my back garden I can see hundreds of  banana  trees,  so  why  is  Checkers  im­ porting  them  from  Ecuador  to  sell  at R14,99  per  kilogram?    The  shop  is  so  blasé  about  it  that  it leaves the label on. A single container will hold at least 5 000 kg and more, so just work out how much money has not gone

to our farmers, which could go towards our farm  workers’  wages. They are being sold at the same price as other local shops that sell South African bananas. Where is the EFF/BLT when we need  them?  An  answer  from  Checkers head office would be interesting because I do not believe this is an item that needs

to be  imported. STEVE  THOMAS RAMSGATE Checkers  was  contacted  for  comment but no reply was received at the time of going  to  press. EDITOR


Beach debauchery  sanctioned  by  ignorance

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SA needs  God lated. The perpetrators are blood-thirsty individuals. The departments of Education have removed religious instruction from the curriculum. The ANC legacy of violence, destruction and lack of morality should end, to acknowledged a system of law and order. Unfortunately, the “whistle blowers”, those who are morally upright, are punished for their honesty. Would you opt for honesty and morality, or take the rapidly spirally downward plunge into corruption and economic disaster? The corrupt have sold out our country. Matthew 6:24 — “No one can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one or love the other, or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon.” DR  L.J.  PELTZ

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The so-called municipal police refused to take any action to stop criminal activity, never mind breaches of bylaws. At least one of them used very crude and vulgar language in telling the complainant that it was New Year and that those people celebrating the event could do as they pleased. The SAPS were no better. By driving past and ignoring the criminal acts they sanctioned the activities of all concerned. This so-called beach picnic has merely reinforced the views formed after the New Year’s day debacle. What could and should have happened was that access control should have been put in place and, once all parking on the beach was full, the roads should have been closed off. However, this would have required the municipal employees to make decisions that would have made them extremely unpopular. At the end of the day, they are paid to make the right decisions. Perhaps a class civil action must be instituted against the RNM Municipality and the individual employees, and not only against Ugu? If they are compelled to pay their own costs as well as the penalties or damages imposed by the courts, they may start to apply their minds in terms of the performance of the duties that they are paid to perform. R.I. FRANCIS

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THE comment by the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM) spokesperson is, to be very polite, rather inane. Yes, the event was approved. However, the approval could not possibly override the municipal bylaws, or could it? Do the municipality and its employees actually see the approval for such an event as giving all and sundry the right to do as they please, albeit “within the stipulated time frames”, as stated by Mr April? The reported drunkenness, urinating, littering and all the rest did not only occur on the beach at St Mikes, but in and on the roads and verges leading to the beach. The law-enforcement officers ignored all of the lawlessness. Why are they employed if this is their attitude to the functions that they are supposed to perform? What about the rights of the residents, most of whom pay the rates which lamentably are wasted on this kind of event, and the cost of the law enforcers? From the tone of the comment from the municipality, it would appear that the ratepayers no longer have any rights in this regard and the question that arises is, what action do we take to prevent a recurrence? New Year’s day was a disaster. Our visitors left vowing never to return. The drunkenness and debauchery could have been from some kind of epic end-of-the-world movie.

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All stakeholders  must  work  together SOUTH  Africa’s  scandal­ridden  president  Jacob  Zu­ ma  finally  fell  on  his  sword,  albeit  fighting  to  the  very  end. Zuma  is  the  latest  head  of  state  in  a  long  line of  African  leaders  forced  out  of  power.  Taking  the  history  of  post­colonial  Africa  in  which  many  aged  heads  of  state  have  gripped  onto  power  for  many  years,  Zuma’s  resignation  is  a  huge  victory  for  South  Africa’s  fledgling  democracy.  With  the  election  of  Cyril  Ramaphosa  as  presi­ dent  of  South  Africa,  many  people  are  saying  that  the  winds  of  change  are  blowing  through  the  corri­ dors  of  power  and  the  country.  Ramaphosa  cannot be  a  personification  or  image  of  radical  economic  transformation  or  service  delivery  without  the  sup­ port  of  his  cabinet,  government  structures  and  an  active  citizenry.  The  first  order  of  business  for  Ramaphosa  must  be  to  stop  the  capture  of  state­ owned  enterprises,  root  out  corruption,  maladmin­ istration,  mismanagement,  wastage  and  tender­re­ lated  fraud.  In  order  to  promote  economic  growth  and  social  transformation,  public  servants  and  parliamentarians  need  to  become  more  responsi­ ble  and  accountable. A  more  equal  society  can  only  be  achieved  if all  stakeholders,  including  the  private  sector,  work  together  on  job  creation,  economic  sovereignty  and  nation­building. To  this  end,  I  encourage  every  South  African  to continue  to  be  active  citizens,  resilient  and  vigi­ lant,  and  continuously  to  demand  accountability,  transparency,  rule  of  law  and  to  protect  the  Con­ stitution.  MOHAMED  SAEED

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Wouter se  Watergat WOUTER  WILLEMSE DIS weer sulke tyd: Die SupeRugby-seisoen het begin. Net meer as ses maande van die jaar van die een wedstryd na die ander op Saterdae, en selfs Sondae, wanneer ek hier teen Meimaand gewoonlik voel ek nou genoeg gehad. Veral wanneer dit lyk asof die Sharks dit nie gaan maak nie, wat in hierdie kompetisie nogal gereeld gebeur. Verlede Saterdag het ek daardie gevoel sommer met die eerste wedstryd gekry. Ek het werklik gedink met al die voorbereiding, en nuwe spelers in hul midde sou hulle die Lions in hul eie lêplek ‘n lessie of twee leer. Twintig stuks Sharks-ondersteuners het al die pad van Scottburgh af gekom, truie en vlaggies, die lot, omdat hulle gehoor het rugbykyk hier by ons is nogal ‘n ervaring (met ons ekstragroot-hoë definisieskerms ) en die kroeghappies op Saterdae nogal iets besonders. Kokstad-biltong en sulke dinge. Hulle het ook gedink dis sulke tyd toe die Sharks sommer vroeg-vroeg ‘n drie druk en in beheer van die wedstryd lyk. Toe kom die eerste tekens van ontnugtering. Dit was nogal ‘n ervaring om die manne se gesigte dop te hou toe die Lions vier keer na mekaar die Sharks-skrum papdruk. Nie net papdruk nie, heeltemal vermorsel. Ek self kon my eie oë nie glo nie. Wat sake vererger het, julle-weet-wie het dit verder ingevryf soos net hy kan. Oom Pottie was in sy element. ‘So julle Sharksmanne dink Tenk du Toit kan skrum? Kyk daar! Noem hom liewer Tata du Toit. Sy skrumwerk is meer verroes as daai Indiese rammelkasse!’ Van die Lions se lynstaanblapse, wat die Sharks in die wedstryd gehou het, het hy natuurlik niks gesê nie. Maar ui-

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teindelik het die manne van Johannesburg hul twaalfde agtereenvolgende oorwinning oor plaaslike spanne in die SupeRugby-reeks behaal. Dit wil gedoen wees. Moontlik het Oom Pottie tog iets beet met sy stelling: “Kyk na die Sharks… hoeveel van daardie manne kom uit die provinsie? Dis net huursoldate waar jy kyk. Daai manne in rooi dra al rooi van hulle kinders is. Driekwart van hulle kom deur ‘die ranke’ van die provinsie…. van die jonges het verlede en voorverlede jaar al wat junior-kompetisie is gewen.” Ewenwel, kom ons laat dit daar. Dit was minstens ‘n goeie en spannende wedstryd. Een van die manne van Scottburgh, James Burns, het vertel die wedstryd het hom aan ‘n destydse skermutseling op Kanoneiland in die Vaalrivier tussen Korannas en blanke boere laat dink. Die Korannas het hulle goed ingegrawe, maar is deeglik van die oewer af onder die kanonkoeëls gesteek, met dieselfde gevolge as vir die Sharks in Saterdag se eerste skrum. Hulle was redelik verflenter. Die Koranna-kaptein was egter nog vol lewe, en stel voor hulle betaal die boere in eie munt terug. ‘n Hol kokerboom word vol stukke yster, patrone en plofstof gelaai, in die rigting van die boere gedraai, en ontsteek. Weer is dit net stof en bloed. Toe die kaptein, lewend maar redelik gehawend later bykom, verklaar hy: “As dit hier so lyk, dink net hoe lyk dit daar anderkant!.” Ons loopstorie kom van James se maat Arnie Vosloo: “Ek het gister by ‘n verkeerslig stilgehou waar ‘n man staan met ‘n stuk karton. Daarop staan geskryf ‘Help, no job. Two days without food.’ Vanoggend stop ek weer daar. Dieselfde man, dieselfde karton. Ek roep hom nader, gryp ‘n koukiepen uit my sak en help hom reg deur die ‘Two’ in ‘n ‘Three’ te verander.”

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As die  vraag  te  na  aan  die  lyf  kom JY sit êrens in by ’n warm debat oor een of ander kontensieuse saak, sê maar oor die feit dat mense se kinders betrokke raak by die een of ander kultus. Mense spreek hul uit oor alles en wat. Jy neem self deel aan die gesprek en lug jou mening. Skielik vra iemand: “Wat sou jy doen as dit jou kind raak?” Dis maklik om oor ander te praat, totdat die gesprek te naby aan jou eie lyf kom. Dan voel jy dat dinge te warm word vir jou. Ons kan onsself baie maklik op ’n afstand plaas van gebeure, sonder om ons te verbind aan enigiets. Jesus en Sy dissipels is in Matteus 16:13-20 in ’n diep gesprek gewikkel oor Sy bediening. Die gesprek speel af in die streke van Caesarea Filippi. Dit was in die omgewing van ’n standbeeld van die afgod Pan van wie geglo is dat hy oor die doderyk geheers het. Interessant genoeg is dit juis hier waar Petrus die versekering ontvang dat Jesus oor die dood heers.

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Teenoor die aansprake van die afgode moes die dissipels vir hulself uitmaak wie Jesus is. Jesus vra eers ’n algemene vraag: “Wie sê die mense is Ek?” Die antwoord wat Hy ontvang skets vir ons ’n ander prentjie as die sagte liewe Jesus van die Kinderbybel. Veeleer is Jesus deur sy volksgenote geassosieer met ’n vreeslose profeet soos Johannes die Doper, of ’n vuurvreter soos Elia wat vuur uit die hemel laat neerdaal het. Uiteindelik wou Jesus van die dissipels ’n persoonlike antwoord hê op die vraag oor wie Hy is. Jy kan sê dat Jesus die grootste leermeester ooit was, maar jou nie deur Hom laat leer nie. Jy kan soos Petrus instem dat Hy definitief die Christus, die Seun van die Lewende God is, sonder om Hom as jou Here en jou God te erken. Jy kan saamstem met al die mooi en edel dinge waarvoor die Christendom staan, sonder om self Christelike waardes soos liefde en vergifnis uit te leef. Ja, soms kom die vrae te naby aan jou eie lyf.

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Die wêreld  sal  moet  besef  drinkbare,  skoon  water  is  die  waardevolste  en  noodsaaklikste  kom­ moditeit  op  aarde.  Daarsonder  maak  niks  meer  saak  nie.

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JOHAN PRETORIUS DIS algemene kennis dat Suid-Afrika ‘n waterskaars land is, en dat daar veral in twee provinsies, Wes-Kaapland en die Oostelike Provinsie, op die oomblik ernstige tekorte is, so ernstig, dat stede soos Kaapstad en Port Elizabeth teen later vanjaar geen water uit krane sal kry indien dit nie baie goed reën nie. In die ander dele van die land, ook hier in KwaZulu-Natal, vergeet ons dikwels dat ons steeds in ‘n droogtetoestand is, ten spyte van goeie reën. Wat die uwe opnuut laat besef het ons het steeds ‘n groot probleem, was ‘n onlangse mediakonferensie van Umgeni-water by die Albert Falls-dam. Kort en kragtig: Die provinsie se watervoorraad is nog steeds hopeloos te laag, veral die vlakke van die hoof-opgaardamme. Senior amptenare het verduidelik hoewel KwaZulu-Natal in ‘n baie beter posisie is as sommige ander provinsies, moet inwoners en sakeondernemings steeds water spaar. Die provinsie is nog ver van sy doelwit van 70% vol af vir die lewensbelangrike Mgeni-stelsel, wat uit die volgende damme bestaan: Mearns Weir, Spring Grove, Midmar, Albert Falls, Nagle en Inanda. Albert Falls alleen voorsien water aan twee-miljoen Durbaniete. Alles wat moontlik is word gedoen om ‘n soortgelyke situasie as dié in Kaapstad te voorkom, en die amptenare het daarop gewys dat die provinsie nog nooit in so ‘n benarde posisie was nie, selfs toe die droogte in 2015 op sy ergste was. Waterbeperkings en samewerking van die gemeenskap het meegehelp om dit te voorkom. Munisipaliteite regoor die provinsie moet besparings van 15% handhaaf, en die persentasieteikens vir huishoudings, sake-ondernemings en regeringsinstansies is dieselfde. Munisipaliteite in die provinsie bespaar egter net 5%. Indien meer water bespaar kan word, kan die teiken vir die Mgeni-stelsel van 70% in Meimaand bereik en beperkings opgehef word. Ongelukkig sien mense goeie reën val, dink die droogte is gebreek en vergeet summier van besparing. Wanneer ‘n mens hier aan die Suidkus rondkyk, besef jy dat baie mense onbewus is daarvan dat waterbesparingsmaatreëls steeds van krag is. Verlede week het ‘n buurman in ons straat ewe nonchalant sy motor met ‘n tuinslang gewas. ‘n Blik op die gobale watervoorraad toon dat daar genoeg vars water is, hoewel ‘n massiewe 97% van die water sout is. Die vars water is egter baie oneweredig versprei. Syfers van die VV se Voedsel- en Landbou-organisasie , toon dat 42.8 triljoen m3 hernieubare vars water per jaar in die vorm van reën, oppervlakwater of grondwater op aarde sirkuleer. Dit is gelyk aan 16 216

liter per persoon per dag, vier keer die hoeveelheid wat bv. in Amerika nodig is vir persoonlike en huishoudelike gebruik, nywerhede en landbou. Sowat 60% van die paneet se vars-waterreserwes is in Antarktika, maar dis gevries. Van die res, is meer as ‘n kwart in Sentraal- en Latyns-Amerika, wat 60 keer meer is as wat in die Midde-Ooste en Noord-Afrika beskikbaar is. Die VV sê daar is genoeg water om aan die wêreld se groeiende behoeftes te voldoen, maar dan sal daar drastiese veranderings moet kom in die gebruik, bestuur en deel van water. Die globale waterkrisis word veroorsaak deur verkeerde en swak bestuur. ‘n Opname van 2014 toon dat 45 lande watertekorte ervaar, wat beteken dat minder as 1 000m3 per persoon per jaar beskikbaar is. Hierdie lande sluit Suid-Afrika, Ciprus en Marokko in. In nege-en-twintig van hulle, insluitend Israel, Algerië en Qatar, is daar minder as 500m3 per persoon per jaar. Een derde van die planeet se bevolking is afhanklik van grondwater, en die VV waarsku teen oorbenutting. Die grondwater in Indië se Gangeskom, Suid-Spanje, Italië en Kalifornië se sentrale vallei kan binne dekades opdroog. Lande soos Peru, Rusland en Kanada gebruik net een persent van hul hernieubare vars water. Ander gebruik weer hopeloos te veel, soos Israel met 261% en Bahrein met 8 935%. Hierdie lande maak staat op ondergrondse water of ontsoute seewater. Die globale gebruik van vars water het tussen 1964 en 2014 verdubbel weens die bevolkings-aanwas, verstedeliking, produksie en verbruik. Teen 2030 sal die vraag na water in stede op aarde met 50% toeneem. Die VV sê die grootste verbruiker van water is landbou met 70%, nywerhede 19%, en huishoudings 11%. Daar is egter ook groot diskrepansies: in Suidoos-Asië gebruik boere 91% van die beskikbare water, en huishoudings 7% en nywerhede slegs 2%. In die Europese Unie en Noord-Amerika, daarenteen, gebruik nywerhede meer as die helfte van die water-voorraad, boerdery minder as 34%, en wonings minder as 18%. Vir elke een graad Celsius wat aardverwarming toeneem, sal 7% van die aardbevolking ‘n vermindering van 20% in hernieubare watervoorraad ervaar. Die statistiek is nimmereindigend, maar een waarheid staan soos ‘n paal bo water, verskoon die woordspeling, en dit is dat die faktore hierbo genoem, teseame met die bevolkings-aanwas en aardverwarming sal sorg dat komende geslagte wel sal oorlog maak oor water, tensy elke mens op aarde nou sy of haar deel doen om ‘n absolute katastrofe te verhoed. Daarby kom weereens ‘n belangrike vraag wat feitlik altyd ‘n rol speel in sake soos hierdie: Is die politieke wil van regerings daar?


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My name is Nontlahla Jalubane, a resident in Bizana, Eastern Cape my contact number is 073 614 2064. I was once a well known and big business woman in East London and other areas of the Eastern Cape but I ended up losing all my money through some Doctors & Herbalists in Port Elizabeth until now all their working offices and contact numbers are closed and switched off. After failing to pay my bond and my loan accounts to the various banks and companies they closed my business and repossed my properties. On Thursday 16 February I got the newspapers and read the miracles of BABA GASELA and the wonderful ways in which he changed the life of Michelle Moodley, an Indian woman from Port Shepstone, who had serious financial problems all because of Fake Doctors & Herbalists. I called Michelle Moodley who promised and guaranteed me that BABA GASELA will bring back my successful life again, I never hesitated to contact him and he gave me different options that he uses to change the lives of people who have financial and business problems, but I chose the SHORT BOYS to put R3 000 000 in my bank account and in less than 4 hours I received a notification from the bank showing that R3 000 000 was in my account and paid BABA GASELA R700 000 without any questions from the bank, it was exactly the way I was promised. On the 19th February I ordered the MAGIC WALLET which I received on the 20th February and started using it the same day and it brings me R100 000 everyday and he instructed me to pay him R300 000 every week from the R700 000 that I get each and every week. I can honestly say I am now a happy woman after getting most of my business and properties back but unfortunately some was already sold through auctions but because of his MAGIC WALLET that I use every day I will open a new business and buy new properties. I referred my cousin with whom I was staying with whilst I had lost everything to BABA GASELA and he chose RATS to bring him R2 500 000 in his house and the following day he paid R500 000 without any problems to him and his family. Now he is waiting to play the LOTTO after BABA GASELA gave him his lucky numbers and the date he is to play them in order for him to win big money and change his life after so many years of disappointments using other Doctors & Herbalists and he agreed to pay him 20% of the winnings. As a well known business woman in East London and other areas of Eastern Cape I publish this testimony to inform everybody how I lost everything I had and also to inform you that BABA GASELA is the one who helped me to get back my wealth and be rich again.

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INDIAN MAN WON POWER BALL THROUGH THE MIRACLES OF BABA GASELA It all started with my addiction of gambiling through casino and sports bets which I end up losing lots of money and so much debts to pay because I was totally bankrupt after all my businesses was closed and the bank took my houses, cars and some of my properties after so many months failing to pay my monthly bonds. I am Rajesh Pillay from Shelly Beach, KZN and my cell number is 078 851 3124. All my financial problems were solved and sorted out after I heard a lady testifying on the radio how BABA GASELA changed her life through the SHORT BOYS who deposit R3 000 000 in her Nedbank account within 4hrs only and she paid him back R800 000 without even having any problem with the bank and she also informed the public to read other testimonies in different newspapers and magazines from different people testifying how this powerful man changed their lives through their financial problems. So I decided to call him and he explained to me different good ways of getting successful again in my life but I choose to win POWER BALL and this powerful man promised to call me within 6hrs so that he can do his miracles to get the lucky numbers that will appear on the next POWER BALL draw. But my dream of winning it came true after all the my lucky numbers appeared on the draw and I paid him back 30% from the money that I won. Now am happy and successful again and all my businesses I managed to reopen them and I bought back everything that I lost in my financial crisis time and now I am financially stable with my family because am also using the LUCKY WALLET that brings R100 000 each and every day and am paying him back R300 000 from the R700 000 that am getting every week without any rules, instructions or any effects from the money am getting from the lucky wallet.

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EYONA NDLELA YOKUPHUMELELA EBOMINI Ngokuba unenxaki ngemali lonto ayithethi ukuba awunokwazi kuphumelela empilweni futhi ubesisityebi njengabanye abantu. Igama lam ndiguNompendulo Mtsolo, ndizalwa eMathatiele kodwa ndihlala ePort Shepstone, inumber yam kamakhalekhulwini 066 019 3585. Emvakweminyaka eminizi ndizama ukuphumelela nobutyebi kwizangoma kwindawo ngendawo, kumaxhwele noGqirha kodwa ndalahlekewa yimali ndaphelelwa nalithemba lokuba ngeke ndifumane ncedo ndandisendizixelelel uba ndilandelwa ngamashwa , inthlahla isebenza ngoba ubesendaweni eright ngexesha eliright. Yaqala ngokuba ndifunde itestimony eyayibhalwe nguMICHELLE MOODLEY ebulela futhi exelela abantu ngoBABA GASELA ngendle aye wamceda ngayo ngeMAGIC WALLET, le yamnceda wabuyelwa lishishni lakhe ephulukene nalo ngokuba afumaneiR100,000 yonke imihla wabe sele embhatala iR300.00 ngeveki. Ndaqale ndafonela uMICHELLE MOODLEY ndifuna andicacisele ngedlela uBABA GASELA asebenza ngazo ukunceda zabantu abhluphekhayo. Wandicacisela zonke indlela aye ancedengazo abantu wandinika inumber ndafonela uBABA GASELA kwangeloxesha, ngelosuku ndambuza ukuba ndingamezelantoni ukuze andincede atshinshe ubomi bam ngenxaki endandibhekene nayo ngokwezimali. UBABA GASELA waye wandixelela ngabafana abafaka noba yimalini ebankini yakho, kunye nempuku zemali ezizisayo. Uthe wayifuna endlini kunye neMagic Wallet ofumana iR100,000 yonke imihla, iminyaka emibini kunye namanani eLOTTO nePowerball ubese umbatala xa sewuphumelele kodwa ndacela abafana abafutshane ukuba bandifakele iR2 MILLION ebankini lam laseABSA. Zange kuphele no-3hours ndafumana umyalezo wasebankini othi ndingenele yi2 million. Ndamfonela ndinovuyo ndimxelela ngomyalezo ongenile kumakhlekhukhwini wam, wabase eyandixelela uba ndizabhatala iR500,000 kulemali, ndayanza kwanxaki. Zange ndilibazise kodwa ndaye ndaxelela umyeni wam ngoBABA GASELA ngoba umnyeni wam iminyaka emininsi waye nenxaki yokugambula ngemali futhi engaphumeleli , wade wafonela uBABA GASELA wacela ilotto, apho wawina kwi veki yesbini kaJanuary wabe sebatala u25 kule mali wathi wayiwina ngalendlela uBABA GASELA wamxelela ngayo,. Ngoku siphila impilo emandi futhi eyimpumelelo le wonke umntu ayinqwenelayo. Ndinamashishini wam ndithenge umzi wamaphupho am kunye nemoto. A bantwana bam bafundi kwezona zikolo zihamba phambile, yonke lento ndibulela amandla kaBABA GASELA phonela uBABA GASELA ukuze ufumane ncedo ngeke uzisole.

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BABA GASELA THE ONLY WAY TO A SUCCESSFUL LIFE To my fellow South Africans its your time to choose to make changes in your life this 2018. You have no more excuses for your financial problems that you have. My name is Akhona Shazi from Margate, KZN and my cell is 083 402 2427 but now live in Umhlanga in Durban because of business and properties that l have that Baba Gasela helped me to get through his wonderful miracles. It all started when I left Margate to come to Durban in order to continue my small restaurant business. that l had, hoping to get successful after so many years in Margate without success or even a small change on my business until the 3rd January when l got the Fever Newspaper for the customers to read while waiting for their orders in the restaurant. I was very surprised to read the testimonies for lots of people thanking and praising BABA GASELA or the miracles he had done to them and their families for changing their lives mainly the story of Michelle Moodley, a rich Indian Woman who testifies about the SHORT BOYS who put R1 500 000 in her account within 4 hrs and pay BABA GASELA R400 000 without any problems from the bank. l couldn’t waste time but to call her first which she promise and guarantee me that BABA GASELA is the only herbalist or doctor who can help me change my financial problems in life and also to boost my restaurant business until l called him and ordered the MAGIC WALLET which is helping me to boost my business by getting R100 000 each and every day and pay him back R300 000 from the R700 000 that l get every 7 days (a week). After using the MAGIC WALLET for a month, l spoke to Baba GASELA and asked him to put R2 000 000 in my bedroom using his RATS or special SHORT BOYS which he promised and guaranteed me that I will get money before 9am the next day because the day l called him, his RATS and SHORT BOYS was already booked because he got lots of customers that he is helping to change their life but l was very surprised to see the money in my bedroom when l woke up without even noticing that the RATS came to put money in my bedroom and paid him back R500 000 with a smile on my face. As l was sure that my financial problems were totally over. l am a happy woman now because of the miracles that happened to me in 2018. through Baba GASELA as l invested the money by opening different businesses in Durban and Port Shepstone. To all the business people and everyone who got financial problems but you have tried your best for your business to get successful or if you have been trying different ways to get success in your life including using different Herbalists, Sangomas and Doctors but it never works and just left you in a bigger problem than before, l promise you all that EVERY SECOND YOU WILL TALK WITH BABA GASELA BRINGS A FRESH BEGINNING AND EVERY MINUTE HOLDS A NEW PROMISE OF CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE.

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IT’S REALLY HAPPENING WITH BABA GASELA!!!! My name is Londu Gumede from Umzimkhulu, KZN and my cell is 063 837 6887. l am a widow for almost 12 years now since my husband passed away & left me with the 3 children & financial problems after his family members took our properties & businesses that he left us. l tried my best to get our property back through lawyers but because of my problems I could not manage to pay them & ended up losing everything I had until l published my story in different newspapers with my cell number for help. After 3 days I received a call from a woman in Port Shepstone about BABA GASELA who had helped her during her financial difficulty using the SHORT BOYS to put R2 000 000 in her bank account. within 4 hours she had the money and paid him 25% from that money. She also used the LUCKY WALLET to get R100 000 everyday & she paid him 30% every week(7 days) from that money. l could not believe this and went and visited her in Port Shepstone & l was shocked after she showed me the money in her house that she was geting from the LUCKY WALLET. l did not hesitate and called BABA GASELA who explained everything he does & l also chose the SHORT BOYS to put R2 Million in my bank account and to my surprise 4 hours later l got the notification confirming the money in my account. As agreed I paid my 25%. Two days later l ordered the LUCKY WALLET and received it the next day through speed courier services. NOW I am getting R100 000 every day and pay him 30% every week, BABA GASELA also said he would help my brother win in POWERBALL and gave him lucky numbers to play in the POWERBALL which he won a lot of money. I would like to thank the woman from Port Shepstone for witnessing the good job BABA GASELA is doing to help people & to the newspapers for publishing these true testimonies. To all my fellow Widows. Divorcees’ and people who have financial problems and those whoON experienced disappointment with inexperienced Doctors, Herbalists 8. Sangomas. Call BABA SHANGE NOW 083 261 4311 him today he will change your life into a new world.

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22 February  2018 Central Office P O Box 2364 Port Shepstone 4240 Tel (039) 684 0140 Fax (039) 682 6200 Email: esayidi.scm@gmail.com

EXTERNAL ADVERTISEMENT Esayidi Technical and Vocational Education and Training College (TVET) is an equal opportunity employer, is inviting applications from suitably qualified/experienced applicants for the following permanent posts: CAMPUS MANAGERS POSTS (2) POST LEVEL: 5 - NOTCH: R453 246 KOKSTAD CAMPUS X 1 - REF: 02/02/2018 CLYDESDALE CAMPUS X 1 - REF: 03/02/2018 MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST: • An appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma (NQF level 7) teacher’s qualification (Minimum qualification: M+3), professionally qualified. • Minimum seven (7) years relevant experience in a TVET College of which both NCV and Report 191 classroom teaching experience is essential. • Minimum five (5) years of experience in a verifiable management position in a TVET College. • Experience in design of internal administration system to ensure sound general administration. • Good computer skills (incl. Word, Excel and PowerPoint). • Must have Coltech knowledge. • Sound report writing & presentation skills. • Extensive knowledge of CET Act 16 of 2006, as amended. • Valid driver’s license. • SACE Certificate or proof of SACE registration. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: • Assist senior management in the effective management and administration of the College in keeping with all relevant legislation, policy and procedures. • Managing Academic and Administrative activities of the Campus. • Implement quality management systems, policies and process for monitoring classroom practices, assessment, moderation and performance records. • Maintain effective communication and relations with management, staff, students and parents. • Management and ensuring optimal utilization of the Campus academic and physical resources including buildings, assets as well as human resource. • Responsible for performance management and development of campus staff. • Ensuring the alignment of the Campus resources and the activities with the College Strategic Plan, Annual Performance Plan and Operation Plan. • Responsible for ensuring good relations with College stakeholders including businesses, community and social partners. • Maintain contact with parents, guardians and sponsors concerning the behaviour and performance of students. • Contribute to the audit review and monitoring processes related to corporate objectives. • Market services and network with Industries. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR LABOUR RELATIONS SALARY LEVEL 9 ANNUAL NOTCH: 334 545 REF: 04/02/2018 ONE POST

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MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST: • An appropriate Bachelor’s Degree/National Diploma (NQF level 6/7) in Labour Relations/Studies / Law with HR or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution. • Three (3) to five (5) years of supervisory experience. • Traceable experience and knowledge of applicable legislations, BCEA, LRA, Employment of Educators Act, Employment Equity Act, SDA, PFMA, PSA , PSR.POPI, ELRC and PSCBC resolutions • Computer literate with competency in the Microsoft office suit with particular knowledge of excel. • Maintain a high level of confidentiality at all times. • Good communication and reporting skills both written and verbal. • Valid driver’s license. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: • Perform all duties related to the Labour Relations Office. • Conduct preliminary investigations to establish the need for formal disciplinary procedures. • Prepare and facilitate disciplinary hearings. • Handle all Labour Relations, internal and external Legal matters (Court/CCMA). • Ensure formal engagement between Labour and Employer for purposes of consultation and negotiations. • Perfom HR duties and any other HR Related tasks as directed by the Supervisor. • Coordinate and facilitate Labour Relations trainings and workshops. • Submit reports timeously as they may be required by College, Region or DHET. • Planning and organizing work efficiently and effectively. ASSISTANT DIRECTOR: QUALITY ASSURANCE REF: 05/02/2018 POST LEVEL 9 ANNUAL NOTCH: R 334 545 ONE POST MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST: • A Bachelor’s Degree / National Diploma in Operations/ Quality Management or an equivalent educational qualification with a certificate in Quality Management. • Three (3) to five (5) years of working experience in a quality management environment. • A minimum of five (5) years’ experience in an Educational Sector will be an added advantage. • Auditing experience of the ISO 9001 Quality Management Systems will be an added advantage. • Computer Literacy with competency in the Microsoft office suit with particular knowledge of excel. • A valid EB driver’s license. KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS: • Design, implement and monitor College Quality Management System. • Facilitation of the implementation of ISO 9001 internal audit systems. • Monitoring and evaluation of College Processes. • Conducting audits in relation to policies compliance. • Creation of a document Data Base. • Implementing of College Continuous improvement plan. Applications to be submitted on Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department, should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of all qualifications obtained, Identity Document, Driver’s License and SACE certificate or proof of registration with SACE. All applications to be posted to: Human Resource Manager, Private Bag x 713, Port Shepstone, 4240 or hand delivered to: ESAYIDI TVET COLLEGE, No 3 Shooter’s Hill, Lot 462, Nelson Mandela Drive, Port Shepstone, 4240 not later than 12h00 on the closing date. CLOSING DATE: 9 MARCH 2018 NB. All certificates and Qualifications must be certified. (The date of the certification must not be older than three months) APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE OR FAXED AND E-MAILED APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.


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BURSARY ADVERTISEMENT FOR 2018 IIDWALA INDUSTRIAL HOLDING LIMITED, a South African company with a long history in mining and processing carbonates, lime, magnetite and other industrial minerals, is committed to provide skills development opportunities, not only for its employees, but also for community members. Carbonates Operation in Port Shepstone is offering bursary opportunities to South African citizens. Criteria for selection: • Selection of successful candidates will be strictly on academic merit. • Applicants are expected to study at an accredited South African tertiary institution. • It is the student’s responsibility to seek admission with a tertiary institution. • The bursary is for study programmes of no less than one year (Degree or a Diploma), in any field of study. • The bursary is renewable annually, based on academic performance/results. • The student must be within the youth age group (18-35 years) • The student must be unemployed Applications should contain the following documentation: • Summarised Curriculum Vitae – 2 Pages, • If you are in your first year at an institution, include a certified copy of your Grade 12 results, and continuing students must include previous year academic results, • Certified copy of South African Identity Document, • Registration document from the institution confirming your registration stipulating field of study, • Fee structure (Quotation, Account statement or invoice from the institution) and, • Proof of income/ Affidavit (for unemployed) and certified ID copies of parent/guardian. Please submit your application to the Human Resources Department via e-mail: icrecruitment@idwala.co.za or fax 086 622 8935 Or Hand delivered to the reception area: Idwala Carbonates, Lot 21, Oribi Flats, Port Shepstone, 4240 Should you not hear from us two weeks after the closing date of advert, regard your application as unsuccessful. Closing date for applications: 16 March 2018

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In terms of chapter 4, section 28 of the Municipal Finance Management Act, a municipality may revise its approved annual budget through an adjustments budget; an adjustments budget – (a) Must adjust the revenue and expenditure estimates downwards if there is material under-collection of revenue during the current year; (b) May appropriate additional revenues that have become available over and above those anticipated in the annual budget, but only to revise or accelerate spending programmes already budgeted for; (c) May, within a prescribed framework, authorise unforeseeable and unavoidable expenditure recommended by the mayor of the municipality; (d) May authorise the utilisation of projected savings in one vote towards spending under another vote; (e) May authorise the spending of funds that were unspent at the end of the past financial year where the under-spending could not reasonably have been foreseen at the time to include projected roll-overs when the annual budget for the current year was approved by council; (f) May correct any errors in the annual budget based on the legislative requirements, The Council of Umzumbe Local Municipality, on the 24th January 2018, approved the adjustments budget 2017/2018. The copy of the adjustment www.umzumbe.gov.za

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O, you’ve made the decision — you want to buy a car and you’ve decided which one. A big question you should be asking is how you want to service the car.  What  are  your  options? “Unfortunately,  as  things  currently stand  in  South  Africa,  dealerships  sell most vehicles with a built­in service plan. “What this means is that you buy the vehicle with a non­negotiable service plan included in the price,” said Les McMaster, director  of  Right  to  Repair  South  Africa (R2RSA). “What you need to realise is that this service  plan  could  be  hugely  expensive and cost anywhere between R30 000 to R60 000 or more. Added to that you are also charged a hire­purchase interest cost. “But  what’s  more  of  a  concern,”  said McMaster, “is that there is no transparency

in pricing from the dealerships. You could be paying a premium for servicing without even  knowing.”  Interestingly, he said that when R2RSA tried to determine the actual cost of the service plan component, no manufactur­ ers approached were prepared to provide this  information.  In the Vehicle Service Survey recently concluded by the Automobile Association (AA),  53%  of  car  owners  surveyed  said they service their vehicles at the original dealer franchises, while 37% take their ve­ hicles to private mechanics. The rest either service their vehicles themselves or do not service  their  vehicles  at  all. Results from the survey also show that the rate of satisfaction among those who use  original  dealer  franchises  and  those who use private mechanics for their servi­ ces  are  equally  high — over  80%. 

McMaster questions whether consum­ ers would be as pleased with the service they  are  receiving  from  original  dealer franchises if they were aware of the premi­ um  they  paid  upfront  for  the  service.  “The same level of satisfaction could have  been  experienced  at  a  private  me­ chanic  for  half  the  price.  “Also, what the survey does not reveal is how many of those car owners using the dealer franchises are locked in because of built­in  service  plans  and  warranties. “Ultimately,  we  believe  that  you,  as the  consumer,  should  have  the  choice about servicing your car and the only way to  make  an  educated  decision  is  if  you have  all  the  information.  “If the offer by the Original Equipment Manufacturer  (OEM)  dealership  is  the best offer there is, logically you would go for  it.  There  should  be  no  need  to  auto­

matically build in the cost of the service and not disclose the cost you will be pay­ ing  for  the  service  plan.” He  adds  that  if  a  consumer  is  happy with the service at a particular dealership and wants to use that dealership, an up­ front payment makes sense for both sides and  creates  a  win­win  situation.  “That’s  why  R2RSA  is  all  for  offering service  plans.  But  if  consumers  would rather choose an independent repairer be­ cause it’s more convenient, offers a better service  experience,  better  location,  or  is more  affordable,  they  should  have  the right  to  do  so.” McMaster says that the whole point of the Right to Repair campaign is to allow you to select where your vehicle is serviced, maintained  and  repaired  at  competitive prices. “There is a need for a fair and com­ petitive regulatory environment that ena­

bles freedom of choice for consumers and gives aftermarket small and medium en­ terprises  a  chance  to  stay  in  business. South African legislature needs to follow the  international  Right  to  Repair  trend which  promotes  South  Africa’s  existing consumer  and  competition  laws. “Built­in  service  plans  and  extended warranties are locking consumers into pe­ riods where firstly, they have no choice but to use the dealer for repairs and secondly, they are at the mercy of the dealer who can  charge  whatever  rates  he  or  she chooses. “We  want  to  see  change.  We  want equality, transparency and sustainability in our industry. R2RSA plans to make these things a reality and we call on you, the con­ sumer, to support the cause and ask ques­ tions  before  making  that  car  purchase,” McMaster  said. — Supplied.

Isuzu mu­X  follows  in  Frontier’s  path ISUZU Motors South Africa (IMSA) this week announced it will finally return to the Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) segment with the introduction of the Isuzu mu-X to sub-Saharan Africa after July. Isuzu’s Frontier can lay claim to having set the bar for the SUV market in South Africa, while the original mu from the eighties is still made in China, such is the timelessness of the shape. Dominic Rimmer, executive of technical services at Isuzu SA, said the 2018 mu-X will be a new entry into the local SUV segment for Isuzu, since the introduction of the Trooper and Frontier in 1992 and 1998. “This great product, which has been favourable with customers around the world, will extend the Isuzu product range, offering customers an option to choose between the rugged and capable Isuzu pick-up and a sophisticated Isuzu SUV for both work and leisure, ensuring they are catered for in the Isuzu family.” The mu-X is currently sold in several countries that include Thailand, Australia and Philippines, where it holds the market leader share. “We

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known for reliability by South Africans.” This superior SUV will assume Isuzu’s rich DNA backed by decades of

experience in diesel engine technology. The mu-X is powered by Isuzu’s proven 3-litre engine packed with active safety features. The car-like han-

dling with exceptional ride comfort is supported by a five-link rear suspension. In addition, the seven seat configurations with ample passenger leg room promise a comfortable ride for the family whether on road or off the beaten track. Rimmer said the Isuzu mu-X model line-up, specification and pricing will be announced closer to the time of launch. The announcement of the mu-X underlines Isuzu’s commitment to the South African market since it took over the General Motors light commercial factory in Port Elizabeth, as well as the balance of shareholding in its Isuzu Trucks South Africa operations. President and representative director of Isuzu Motors of Japan Masanori Katayama said that Isuzu is committed to growing its business in South Africa. Isuzu Motors South Africa CEO and MD Michael Sacke said that the company will launch more vehicles in the medium-term future after an initial consolidation period. — Supplied.

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Athletes dress  up  for  Valentine’s  Day SOUTH Coast Striders Athletics Club held a Valentine’s Day time trial on Wednesday at the Striders club house in Uvongo. The event had a fun ele-

ment to it as the runners dressed the part in support of Valentine’s Day. Basil and Moira King won a prize for best-dressed couple. — Supplied.

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EDICATED father and soccer coach from Gamalakhe, Sbongiseni “Sgora” Ngcobo, said he was angered by the recent news of a soccer coach who sexually abused his players. The story was in the news a few weeks ago, when a Port Shepstone coach allegedly repeatedly raped two teen boys in Murchison. The Gamalakhe All Stars coach said that after hearing the news, the Gamalakhe Football Association called a meeting, urging all coaches in the association never to commit such a crime. “I was really shocked and disappointed to hear about this. It gives all coaches a negative image because we spend a lot of time with

the boys we coach. Parents will not trust us now, thinking the same thing might be happening to their children. At the meeting, we made an oath never to be implicated in such offences. Our main focus is to develop young players,” said Ngcobo. Ngcobo said to be a good coach, you need to be dedicated. “It takes so much to be a coach; you must really love the game, have time for your players, be a role model, a mentor, teacher and most importantly, be a friend to the boys. It is all about dedicating yourself and striving for the players’ develop in the game and as human beings.” Ngcobo said being approachable and trustworthy to both players and parents is vital. He is also a soccer player who started at an early age as a goalkeeper

for Young Heroes FC. “I was also a captain for Island City. Being a leader and a senior player drove me to being a coach for the youth team, when I noticed that as a captain you take more responsibility, just like a coach. That helped me a lot in my current coaching role,” he said. Ngobo is a father of two girls and an employee of the Ugu District Municipality. He says he juggles his responsibilities easily. “I love my team, I love soccer and I love my family. I try by all means to make time for all. I am with the team three times a week, from 4 pm to 5.30 pm. I make sure that when I am not with the team I am with my family.” He asked all coaches to do the right thing and focus on developing boys to become responsible men at all times.

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Zumbathon to  raise  funds PRECIOUS  GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com FITNESS fanatics are invited to a charity Zumbathon with Zumba coach Cindy Francis for the first tri-Zumbathon to be held at Port Shepstone High School on Saturday. Francis said the aim of the class is to raise funds for charity organisation Masibambisane Crèche in KwaMadlala, as well as the Lower South Coast

SPCA. “The Zumbathon will start at 9 am and run until noon. Children aged five to seven years will be charged R40 and from eight years and up it is R80.” Francis said people are welcome to participate for one hour or all three hours. “We will be giving away a lot of prizes on the day,” she said. Francis can be contacted at 079 031 1361.

Cardio tennis  for  a  healthy  heart PRECIOUS  GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com TENNIS coach Frank Hall is taking a new exciting programme to the Uvongo Tennis Club. Hall said cardiovascular tennis, also known as cardio tennis, is not very different from normal tennis but is a sport for a healthy life. He said cardio tennis is rated the

top cardio sport out of all sports, including running and cycling. “Cardio tennis is about playing with lots of balls by keeping active tennis drills going. Unlike tennis, which is competitive, cardio tennis is more fun-based with the help of music. It is suitable for all levels of play,” said Hall. He said all that is needed is a racket and tekkies.

“It is designed so that all levels of players can benefit from it, from beginner to advanced. For our programme we start with players aged 16 to 80 and above,” he said. Hall said the programme recently started at Uvongo Tennis Club and is held every Tuesday morning from 10 am. For more information, Hall can be contacted at 083 274 5888.

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