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HE ANC Regional Executive Committee met for the first time in 2018 at the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality council chambers on Monday. The meeting was also the REC’s first since the party’s new president reportedly tabled a number of new resolutions for the region. Addressing the local media after the meeting regional secretary Mzwandile Mkhanazi said among issues discussed was the newly elected national executive council, which he said, the region was unanimously “upbeat, welcoming and appreciative” about. “Having Cyril Ramaphosa as a president has saved the country. One of the things that

have been a problem within the organisation is the impression we are protecting corruption and incapacity. “And the resolutions taken by the NEC so far have seemed to assist us in terms of trying to change that perception about us,” said Mkwanazi. Also discussed at the meeting was Ugu’s water issues to which Mkhwanazi said the REC appreciated that while there were still some setbacks there have been some improvements with water challenges as areas that were previously affected did not experience challenges in the past season. “We were disappointed there were still some setbacks

with water issues in the Port Shepstone CBD as well as the northern areas of Umtentweni. The explanation that we keep on getting is that the infrastructure of Ugu is aged and there was a valve that was almost more than 70 years old, which could not even be identified in Umtentweni,” said Mkhwanazi. Following this and other setbacks, a committee, led by former municipal manager of the then Hibiscus Coast Municipality Sibusiso Mkhize, has been formed to deal specifically with Ugu water issues. “We have formed an independent inclusive committee that is going to assist

in looking at all these causal factors. Over and above what Ugu is saying we need to get a second opinion from other people so we are able to address challenges. “We have also noted with concern the qualified audit opinion on Ugu that somehow they have regressed. We are concerned about that and have strengthened some of our systems. “We have also instructed that the concerned municipalities be investigated. Corruption is something we are not going to tolerate, so when there are allegations of corruption we must deal with them without fear or contradiction,” said Mkhwanazi. He said those delegated to investigations, including those into RNM’s R35 million saga, were given a deadline of before the end of February. Also, vacant positions were to be filled before the end of February. He announced that the deputy mayor position has been filled, however, could not be shared with the public at this point. Addressing local  media  at Ray  Nkonyeni  Municipality on  Monday  ANC  Lower South  Coast  region  spokesperson  Selvan  Chetty  (left)  and  regional secretary  Mzwandile  Mkhwanazi. PHOTO:    OMEGA  MOAGI

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Body found  on  Paddock  farm  FEVER  REPORTER MARGATE SAPS are seeking help in finding the relatives of a male body that was found on a farm in Paddock last Thursday. Margate SAPS spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka said the deceased is estimated to be 35 years old, and was found naked. “The body was found by a passerby at about 5.41am on the farm. It was also slightly bruised. An investigation into his death is under way,” said Mfeka. People with information should contact the Paddock police station on 039 679 1605 or 039 679 1211.

Sheppie business  robber  arrested    FEVER  REPORTER  AN  18-year-old  male  appeared  in  court  for business  robbery  in  Mitchell  Drive,  Port  Shepstone.  The  accused  was  allegedly  caught  on  the premises with gardening tools belonging to the business by the business security company, Lazer 911, who then informed the owner and the Port Shepstone  SAPS. A storeroom in the business was also found to have been damaged. Basil Lanka from Lazer 911 said the suspect was also allegedly linked to other crimes in the Port Shepstone CBD. “The suspect  is  allegedly  a  long-sought-after  suspect who was finally caught in Mitchell Drive after attempting  to  break  in.  He is also wanted for most of the smash and grabs  in  the  CBD,”  said  Lanka.  Port Shepstone SAPS spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid said police are investigating  a  business  robbery  case.  He  appeared  in  court  and  the  case  was  remanded to February 21 for further investigation.

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Domestic takes  body  corporate  to  court  Cele,  the  sole  breadwinner  in  her family of eight, has gained the support of the local ANC who were at court on Thursday. Also present was ANC spokesperson Selvan  Chetty,  who  said  the  ANC  was prepared to fight the issue to “the highest  court  in  the  land”  if  need  be. “We  also  encourage  those  who  are vulnerable or feel that their rights have been violated in any way to consult the labour  department.  “We would like to issue a stern warning to racists that the ANC in the region and across the country will come for you. The scourge of racism needs to be dealt with,”  said  Chetty.  Another former employee of the said body  corporate  has  also  laid  charges against  the  body  corporate  for  unfair dismissal.  Patrick Lubende, who worked for the body  corporate  for  nine  years,  says  he was unfairly dismissed and not paid his 13th cheque in December 2017 after defying an instruction not to speak to Cele following  her  incident  at  the  complex. He has raised the issue with the Department of Labour. His case is ongoing.

OMEGA MOAGI 

>>omega.moagi@media24.com A BHOBHOYI woman has lodged an application with the Ramsgate High Court for  racial,  discrimination,  harassment and unfair dismissal against a local body corporate  company. Joyce  Cele,  a  domestic  worker  at  a holiday  apartment  complex  in  Shelly Beach alleges the manager of the body corporate harassed her and spewed racist slurs towards her after she revealed the  manager’s  fraudulent  dealings.  Cele, who was employed by various property owners in the complex, alleges the caretaker was letting property out in  the  complex  without  the  owner’s knowledge  for  her  own  benefit.  “I was cleaning an apartment in the complex and saw the lights in an apartment that was meant to be vacant were on, which is how I found out the caretaker  was  actually  letting  some  apartments on the side, so I told the owner,” said  Cele.  Cele said after the owners confronted the caretaker, the infuriated caretaker confronted Cele, had her banned and

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Protestors support  Joyce  Cele  outside  Port  Shepstone  Magistrate’s  Court  last  Thursday  (from  left),  Patrick  Lubede,  Yusuf  Asmal,  Sthembiso  Dhlomo  and  Bongani  Khumalo.  escorted out of the complex after allegedly calling her a “bloody k****r” and a  “thief”.  Cele was to appear for her case in the Port Shepstone Magistrate’s Court last

Thursday, however, the case was postponed to February 9. She said her attoneys have also advised her to file an application with the high court due to the nature  of  the  case. 

Police arrest  Gauteng  holidaymaker  attackers IN the early hours of last Thursday, a 70-year-old Gauteng visitor was robbed at gunpoint at his holiday home in Shelly Beach. It’s alleged the man had left his dwelling door open while preparing to leave with his car when he was suddenly approached by two suspects who pointed at him with firearms. Police spokesperson Lieutenant-Colonel Zandra Wiid said the suspects demanded cash and when the complainant refused and tried to defend himself, they stabbed him in the arm and leg with a knife. “The victim said a third suspect then joined the two. They threatened his wife, grabbed her handbag containing a wallet, bank cards, cellphones and took jewellery and a laptop, before fleeing,” said Wiid. Wiid said information was received that the suspects were picked up by a white VW golf. “Minutes later, Constables Selby Cele and Sibusiso Cele from the Port Shepstone 10111 Call Centre saw the vehicle driving past them in Marine Drive in Oslo Beach, turned around and managed to stop the

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The driver of the vehicle was  found to be a foreign national  car. “Constable Orlando Nyawose and “KC” Ndlozini from the Port Shepstone K9 Unit also assisted with the arrest.”

driver of the vehicle was found to be a foreign national. “All four were arrested and face a charge of house robbery. The four suspects will be profiled to establish if they are wanted in connection with other crimes and will appear in court soon,” said Wiid.

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IGHT people - four adults and four children - were killed in accident on Sunday on the N2 in Southport. The Southport SAPS were notified of a head-on collision, involving a bakkie and a sedan. In other media reports KZN police spokesperson Captain Nqobile Gwala said the two vehicles involved were a VW Golf and Ford Ranger. “A 63-year-old driver [Ranger] was arrested for driving under the influence of liquor and culpable homicide,” said Gwala. Port Shepstone Cluster police spokesperson Lieutenant- Colonel Zandra Wiid said the driver of the Ranger was slightly injured and taken to hospital and was found to be over the legal limit. “On Monday the driver appeared in Port Shepstone Magistrate’s Court and was released on R5 000 bail. The case is remanded to May 18,” said Wiid.

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Hospital porters  in  labour  dispute OMEGA  MOAGI 

>>omega.moagi@media24.com PORTERS  at  Port  Shepstone  Hospital  are embroiled in a labour dispute with their employer after not being paid for the past two

months. The staff downed tools on January 16, however, returned to work shortly thereafter  at  the  instruction  of  hospital  management. At the time the hospital reportedly told staff they were outsourced employees, thus any grievances they had should be taken up with  their  employer  company.  Speaking  on  behalf  of  the  staff  SACP Lower South Coast treasurer Fakaza Ngco-

Ugu billing  system  still  ‘flawed’ FEVER  REPORTER AROUND the same time last year many residents were angry after receiving their December bills, claiming Ugu’s billing system was  flawed. A year later the municipality is now  initiating a new billing system.  A notice has been sent out by Zimbini  Mpurwana saying  the municipality is still experiencing some challenges with a new billing  system.  “Like all new systems, there are several  teething challenges being experienced.  Mpurwana said account holders should be aware that January water statements may be  delayed and the municipality requested that  an effort is made to pay accounts on the average monthly consumption, even if no bill  has been received.  “New applicants and those wanting to  change ownership  are requested to visit Ugu  offices and complete the necessary forms.  “Paper work will not be processed right  away, the actual disconnection or connection  will be done for you, and later you will be  contacted to pay the deposit once your account has been opened.”  Mpurwana said the municipality will not be able to process refunds at this stage, however, as soon as the system is sorted out,  payments will be done.  “We apologise to those waiting for their refunds. Our cash offices are currently not  able to issue receipts and account holders  must use Easypay outlets, Internet banking or  over-the-counter and keep their receipt. “A special unit will be set up to deal with any queries arising for this exercise. When  asking questions or seeking assistance, provide your account details and the team will  gladly assist. A weekly update will be given  regarding the billing system.” 

bo said the hospital should become more involved as the company was appointed by them. He said the staff had grown weary of unfair treatment and would again stage another  protest  if  these  were  not  resolved.  Among  the  issues  cited  were  their  14hour shifts, no bonuses and some employees  have  worked  for  more  than  five  years without being granted leave, as well as the lack of an open line of communication be-

tween staff  and  hospital  management.  “As the SACP Lower South Coast we demand these issues be discussed with hospital management. We are also against outsourcing and we previously spoke to health MEC  Sizwe  Dhlomo.  “He promised us that these contracts to outsourced companies would end by June 2017 and people would be employed permanently. We are surprised that even now services  are  still  being    outsourced  at  the

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hospital,” said  Ngcobo. Spokesperson for the KZN Department of Health Agiza Hlongwane said the taking on outsourced employees permanently by the  department  was  an  internal  process, which he could not confirm when it would be  finalised.  “With regards to their non-payment and other  issues  the  department  has  referred the query to the relevant company in order to get to the bottom of it,” said Hlongwane.

Increase in  drug  addiction  on  the  coast with as a form of exploration. However, what people do not realise about addiction, due to stigma, is that it is often the result of a troubled individual’s self-medicating in an attempt to escape, find peace or even fit in. “It is a side-effect of the dysfunctions in our lives and society.” Addiction, however, attacked every aspect of an addict’s life, ruining relationships, depleting finances and corrupting character, she said. “Ultimately, an addict loses control of their decision- making, and every action taken in every sphere of life is geared towards using. “This means that addicts, who were once normal people, will sacrifice their loved ones, their jobs, their possessions and their dignity for their drug of choice.”

OMEGA MOAGI 

>>omega.moagi@media24.com

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RUG addiction is a growing problem in the country and the South Coast is no excep-

tion. Local rehabilitation centres are inundated with long waiting lists of addicts seeking recovery. They say the reasons for this increase could be attributed to various underlying factors related to addiction itself. Speaking on behalf of the South Coast Recovery Centre’s therapeutic team Shannon Milojkovic said addiction was related to mental illness and was often the result of another underlying or previous issue or experience. “Of course, addiction can also stem from the rebellion and risktaking behaviour that teens engage

While SCRC follows the Minnesota 12-step programme with its core function being the treatment of patients holistically and individually with the use of individualised treatment plans, the institution believe the most crucial part of recovery are surrender, time and spirituality. “We believe patients need to believe in something greater than drugs, something more important than using, and something worth more than the sacrifices that addiction demands. There needs to be surrender and vulnerability. This ‘letting go’ fosters the perfect environment for treatment to take place.” said Milojkovic. Similarly Alfred Skhosana who has been sober alcoholic for 23 years has been in the rehabilitation business for 22 years and says

the decision to recover should come from the addicts themselves. “Recovery will never work if the addict is being forced by family, friends or some kind of situation like fear of going to prison. I have seen many of these incidents and they never work,” said Skhosana. At Sitholimpilo, Skhosana said their programme is at minimum a six-week programme and addicts can be admitted for up to six months to attain optimum results. “At the end of 21 days the drug is still rife in the addict’s body and it is easy for them to relapse. Also, addicts who are booked in with us are also forced to quit cigarette smoking if they smoke because cigarettes are also a narcotic that could very easily serve as a gateway to other drugs,” said Skhosana.

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Dumped material  and  debris  near  a  wetland  in  Shelly  Beach. 

but are found within wetlands like certain types of birds and snakes,” said Mntambo. “Dumping next to or inside the wetland may introduce excess nutrients that may end up negatively impacting on the species that are found within that wetland.It may also results in introduction of certain gases that will destroy the vegetation within that wetland and this finally lead to the wetland unable to absorb water during rainy season,” said Mntambo. Spokesperson for WESSA Catherine Ritchie said the organisation was unable to confirm that the dumping affected the wetland in particular at this point. “While this certainly does appear to be illegal dumping, unfortunately, my only colleague available today to comment on this particular issue is

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>>precious.gumede@media24.com THE community  is  invited  to  join  South Coast  Hospice  at  their  fund-raising Valentine’s  brunch  on  February  10  at  St Michaels  Sands  Hotel  on  the  deck  from 10.30am. Hospice  fund-raiser  BT  King  said  R90 gets you in and covers a meal, welcome beverages  and  dessert. “As part of the day’s programme we will have lucky draws and all attending are requested to wear something red, even if it’s in  your  hair,”  said  King. She said a special donation in the form of a toiletry for patients would be appreciated - soap, small powder, deodorant (male or  female),  facecloth,  toothbrush,  toothpaste, sanitary towels, body lotion or shampoo.  “We have patients that can make use of these  items  desperately.  “We also have patients in the unit and if you feel happier bringing a packet of jelly or a cup of soup for the unit they will also be  appreciated.”  When  booking  people  must  indicate their  meal  choice. Meal choices - chicken schnitzel with savoury rice and vegetables or vegetable curry and  Basmati  rice. A  surprise  dessert  will  also  be  served. To book, contact King on 082 728 0233, 039 682 3031 or email fundraising@schos pice.co.za  Booking fees can be paid to South Coast Hospice  Association,  Nedbank  Port  Shepstone,  account  number  139828023256.  Reference: your name, phone and number  of  seats.

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RETIRED school principal from Uvongo, Krish Reddy (70) says having a passion for education was his key to success. Reddy has made a number of attempts to organise a retired teachers association on the South Coast, however, unsuccessfully. Originally from Stanger, Reddy had a vision of establishing a society

Educationalist Krish  Reddy  from  Uvongo. PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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of educationalists which could give back to schools in the community. With a proven record of accolades in his teaching and principalship since the 1970’s, the Doringkop born and raised teacher takes us through his career. “I started my primary education at the Doringkop Government Aided Indian School, then moved to Holmbosch Government Aided Indian School from Class 2 until Standard 6 and completed my secondary education at Stanger State Indian High School. “I obtained my primary teachers’ certificate at Salisbury Island, University College in Durban, now the harbour and was the first student of Indian origin in South Africa to enrol for a special education study in 1969.” In 1971 and 1972 Krish enrolled for a diploma in special education cerebral oalsy through Unisa, but could not obtain his diploma because he had not completed his practicals due to colour. “This has been the only failure in my entire life, but it never set me back. I have been in special education for 20 years.” Teaching at Fairhaven, the University of Durban Westville campus used him and his pupils as a model class to train teachers in special education. “I was offered job opportu-

nities overseas, England, however, my staff and the school governing body of Osizweni Special School, Mpumalanga, held me tight.” He said the Harry Bodasing Primary principal, D. Rambaran taught him the ropes of school management. “With his teachings I acted as a principal for a couple of years as the DoE then said I was still too young to be a principal at the age of 30. “The department kept me in head of department positions for over 14 years. “Between the lines I was involved in projects - the Stanger Winter Fair in 1979, I initiated the Maths 4 Contest when I was chairman of the maths committee in 1989. “Osizweni was my home from 1999 until my retirement in 2008. “I groomed world champion Vusi Vilakazi - cross-country champion in United Kingdom, which was a very big achievement for Osizweni. I secured sponsorships from Momentum Life, lottery and Anglo American for the special school.” Reddy’s goal now is to visit schools on the South Coast and see if he can be of assistance. “My background as an educational inspector can be of use to South Coast schools. I love doing community work. “In everything you do, have a system and a plan.”

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Pastors Rodgers  (left)  and  Ronica  Moodley  of  Revival  Bible  Centre

New pastors  welcomed PRECIOUS  GUMEDE

>>precious.gumede@media24.com LEADERS of  Revival  Baptist  Church,  renamed Revival Bible Centre (RBC), officially welcomed their new pastoral couple, Pastors  Rodgers  and  Ronica  Moodley. Originally from Phoenix Pastor Rodgers completed  his  theological  education  and served in Durban for over 10 years and is a former pastor of the Bethel Worship Centre in Phoenix, affiliated with Christian Evangelistic  Assemblies. The couple have two children, Jonathan and Clarisse. Pastor Rodgers is a marriage officer and a commissioner of oath and offers  his  services  to  the  community. RBC elder Tony Premnadu thanked Pastor Dixon James for offering voluntary services in the interim, his sacrificial service and identifying Pastor Rodgers as the suitable leader  of  the  church. For spiritual counselling or help, contact Pastor  Rodgers  on  084 734 5090.

South Coast  music  scene  to  light  up 

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GLENAMY models invite the public to join them for a “car wash and street bash” on Saturday, January 27 at the Gamalakhe College  parking  lot,  from  10.30am  till  late. GlenAmy founder Amahle Ngaleka said the event is free. It is also a chance for GlenAmy models to introduce themselves and interact with the community, who will also wash  cars  at  low  cost. “Cooler boxes and camp chairs are welcome  and  preferably  drinks  should  be  in cans. The first five cars at the venue get a free  wash.  Food  stalls  and  music  will  be available,”  said  Ngaleka. To book a food stall place, contact Ngaleka  on    082 5780 3406.

A HOST of esteemed artists are to set the South Coast music scene alight at St Michaels  beach  next  week. The two-day event will consist of a music  conference  on  Friday  February  2  followed by a beach picnic on Saturday February  3.  Organisers  from  Durban  entertainment  hub  Eyadini  Lounge  said  while  the event will be a first of its kind for the coast, plans  are  in  place  to  make  it  an  annual event. On  day  one  music  conference  musicians,  producers  and  other  industry  experts  will  workshop  up-and-coming  artists on the ins and out of the music indus-

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try. Artists are advised to bring their demos in CD format for submission as well as a notepad and pen to take note of information  imparted.  Some  of  the  names  at  the  event  include  DJ  Merlon,  DJ  Sox,  Tizozo,  Mondli Ngcobo, Thokozani Mhlambi, Infinite Boys, Samro  and  Risa  representatives,  Dogg Dbn,  Junior  Lavie,  Dj  Cndo. “Local  artists  will  benefit  the  most from the conference as we’re organising it to  educate  up-and-coming  artists  about the  music  industry  and  equip  them  for their  journeys  in  the  field.  “The event will, however, also benefit local businesses as there will be a flock of visitors to the area and 200 people will be hired to work at the event, so there will be

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NEWS Some of  the  participants  from  the  Oslo  Beach  congregation  who  have  a  share  in  the  weekly  Watchtower  study  to  be  held  as  part  of  the  Circuit  Assembly  on  Saturday  at  the  Port  Shepstone  Civic  Centre. 

January 25,  2018

‘Silly’ first  week  at  Sunny  Hill

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EHOVA’S Witnesses from the South Coast and as far inland as Matatiele will hold their Assembly Day at the Port Shepstone Civic Centre on Saturday. The theme is “Do not give up in doing what is fine”, based on Galatians 6:9. All welcome and admission is free. No collection will be taken. The programme begins at 9.40am and ends at 4pm. Speaking on behalf of the church, Alan Theron said the audience can look forward to encouraging Bible based talks, experiences and interviews by travelling overseer Errol Charters and local speakers. “The morning programme will feature a symposium that contains practi-

The Grade  1B  pupils  (back,  from  the  left)  Zanotho  Cele,  Nkosinathi  Khusi,  Esihle  Makhaha,  Jaylen  Halder,  Lifa  Hlope,  Uphile  Bilose,  Buhlebendoda  Mzobe,  Unako  Sibulawa,  Cayden  Von  Metzinger,  and  (front,  from  left)  Sanelisha  Madwe,  Asemahle  Dlamini,  Lonwabo  Mkhize,  Heyline  Kacem,  Phumeza  Khoza,  Shanelle  Erasmus,  marley  Fisher,  Ntandokazi  Mbolekwa,  Amahle  Nqcobo,  Mbalenhle-Lisa  Khwela,  Linantha  Masinyane,  Lindokuhle  Mihla  and  Leyna  Castle.  PHOTO:  SUPPLIED 

UNFAZED by their new reality, Grade 1 pupils at Sunny Hill Primary in Margate had a fun and “silly” first week

cal advice on how to use social media wisely, how to choose wholesome entertainment, how to fight the spirit of envy, and how to invest in a secure future. “The afternoon session will begin with the Public Discourse, ‘Avoid mocking God - in what sense?’. This will be followed by the weekly Watchtower study and the second symposium,” said Theron. Programmes will be available at the door and will contain five review questions. A programme will be presented in Zulu on Sunday at the same venue. For more information, consult the official Jehovah’s Witnesses website www.jw.org or call Theron on 083 795 5965. - Supplied.

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Sunday January  28,  6,30am  Birdlife  Trogons  will  visit  River  Valley.  There  is  a  R20  per  person  entry  fee.  Bring  chairs,  breakfast  and  something  to  braai  for  lunch.  All  welcome.  There  is  a  R20  per  person  charge  for  non­members  of  Birdlife  Trogons.  Outings  may  be  cancelled  due  to  weather,  check  www.birdlifetrogons.blogspot.com  or  phone  Hazel  on  072  355  8837  before  setting  off.  For  further  details  phone  Hazel.  Please  note  text  messages  or  “call  me”  requests  cannot  be  responded  to.  Please  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  towards  Port  Edward.  Take  the  second  off-ramp,  (Margate/Uvongo)  and  turn  right  into  Wingate  Avenue  and  go  back  across  the  highway.  You  will  pass  the  Margate  Country  Club  on  your  right.  Carry  on  along  Wingate  for  another  500m  past  country  club  and  you  will  see  our  sign  pointing  right  into  Portal  Avenue.  Drive  down  Portal  Avennue  and  follow  signs  to  the  gate.  GPS  Co  Ordinates  S  30.83’436”  E  30.35’880”

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What we  can  learn  from  ‘the  Donald’  (a  bit  of  fun) SO the rich man with an intriguing hairstyle and a finger on the nuclear button has been remiss in allegedly referring to African countries as sh**holes.  Not a good move by Mr Chump because the fallout from a supposedly  glib  comment  has  gone  global  with very serious diplomatic and PR consequences. In tourism a begrudged visitor may also resort to getting onto their media high horse and refer to a destination or service in a similar vein, one cannot reign them in once they have. The horse in such instances will have bolted and the tourism sector ends up with piles  of  reputational  dung  to  deal  with. So what can one do? In short, we should never give visitors valid cause and generally our excellent hosts on the South Cost do just that.  They really do their utmost to have guests  thoroughly  enjoy  their  stay. I contend that tourists get peeved at a particular  place  and  at  a  particular  time which may be in public space or at a venue operated  by  the  private  sector.  If we are confronted with such issues it is at that precise juncture when a problem

can be rectified or unfortunately gather offensive steam (that dung thing again). We all should be on the ground problem solvers to  avoid  publicity  pitfalls. During  the  year  we  do  get  complaints from  the  public  which  we  address  as promptly and as efficiently as possible and in four years when we have assisted, none of  the  complainants  have  sought  to  do  a “Donald”  and  create  media  frenzy. I am pleased to say that because we are not  a  sh**hole  of  a  destination  the  complaints are few yet there are the odd individuals who bypass the option of bringing concerns to our attention and they clog the fan with  their  frustrations  on  the  net.  So what can we learn from dear Donald? Not follow his example is my short answer. My belief is that if visitors are aggravated we should immediately encourage them to avoid spontaneous gravitation to social media,  try  and  resolve  the  issue  with  the originator of the problem and then if necessary  use  us  as  an  arbitrator.  Our  tourism  and  leisure  industry  depends  largely  on  reputation  and  I  have found that in dealing quietly with issues at hand  with  those  who  can  actually  rectify things  is  a  much  better  way. After all what if one’s viral outburst in the media is factually wrong? There is an ever increasing incidence of litigation when that happens. Then the one who vented has to really duck and dive, something our daring  Donald  is  expert  in. Maybe he and the North Korea’s “Rocket Man” could have their first chilled meeting here on the South Coast? Now that would get  the  media  abuzz. 

January 25,  2018

UGU BEAT Schools  motivated  for  the  academic  year TO improve the level of education and instil a culture of collaboration among pupils, teachers and parents for better learning, our district and delegates from the KZN Legislature and the Department of Education visited three schools in the Umzumbe area to monitor their functionality. Over two days, we visited Oxolweni and KwaHlongwa Primary schools and Mgamule High to listen to the schools’ shortfalls and find ways on how each school can be assisted to perform better. Also, best practises of well-functioning schools were shared with other schools in an effort to improve their performance for better academic results at the end of the 2018 academic year. Since the start of this pro-

gramme some years ago, our interventions have yielded positive results in some schools, which have seen improved pass rates over the years. A case in point is Dwalalesizwe High under Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, which has seen an impeccable improvement for the 2017 academic year. Ugu District Municipality has taken great interest in the improvement of education and we will continue to implement programmes that will assist pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and schools to develop their level of education. This milestone can only be achieved through the participation of teacers, our teacher unions, principals and their school management teams, school governing

CLLR M.A.  CHILIZA UGU  DISTRICT  MUNICIPALITY  MAYOR bodies, parents, the business community, politicians from all political formations, and stakeholders who can effectively participate in ensuring that pupils receive quality education in an environment conducive for the promotion of a culture of learning and teaching. Our municipality will soon be awarding bursaries to 45 tertiary students, some of whom are new beneficiaries who excelled in matric and some are returning tertiary students who have also performed exceptionally well in the first year of their career studies. We have placed education at the apex of our priorities in moving our district forward and through education we will conquer the triple challenges of unemployment, poverty and inequality.


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MEDIA 24  Local  News  was  fortunate  to  have  had  to  the  pleasure  to  work  with  seasoned  and  passionate  subeditor  Lynn  Hitchcock.  Unfortunately  for  the  Media  24 team,  the  time  has  come  for  Lynn  to  switch  off  her  computer,  kick  off  her  shoes  and  enjoy  retirement  –  and  those  shoes,  for  us,  will  be  very  difficult  to  fill. Lynn  has  spent  years  in  newsrooms  around  KZN  and  is  well  known  in  the  industry.  She  joined  the  local  team  15  years  ago  and  has  since  made  her  mark  in  the  company.  Her  local  news  career  started  with the  South  Coast  Fever¬  team  where  she  was  responsible  for  training  journalists,  subbing  copy  and  editing  Upper  Coast  Fever  (now  Amanzimtoti  Fever)  and  East  Griqualand  Fever.  She  quickly  became  a  right-hand to  the  then  editor  and  established  herself  in  the  community  newspaper  industry.  I  had  the  privilege  of  working  with  Lynn  from  2014  when  she  became  the  group  sub-editor  of  all  Fever,  Echo  and  Weekly  titles. In  the  few  years  that  I  got  to  work  with  Lynn,  I  have  learnt  more  about  the  English  language  than  I  did  at  college.  She  is  always  ready  to  teach  and  explain  the  importance  of  fact-checking.  Lynn  was  able  to  work  with  everyone  in  the  newsroom  –  even  the  “know-it-all”  millennials.  The  training  and  advice  she  has  of-

fered is  invaluable  and  she  helped  many  journalists,  myself  included,  grow  in  their  careers.  She  has  worked  with  many  journalists  who  today  proudly  have  the  editor  title  next  to  their  names.  Many  Fever  readers  who  called  the  office  would  have  been  assisted  by  Lynn  –  whether  they  were  looking  for  extra  copies  of  the  newspaper  or  wanting  to  put  an  advert,  she  made  sure  customer  service  was  a  priority. General  Manager  of  KZN  News  Neil  Tapinos  said:  “Thank  you  for  the  passion  and  commitment  you  gave  to  each  and  every  one  of  our  products  during  the  many  years  you  spent  with  the  group.  Your  attention  to  detail  and  determination  to  get  things  right  will  most  definitely  be  missed.  “Most  of  all,  your  willingness  to go  the  extra  mile  will  be  remembered  –  not  only  were  you  the  sub-editor,  but  you  were  also  our  building  and  office  manager,  marketing  manager,  personal  assistant,  fact-checker,  and  the  list  goes  on.” To  Lynn  Hitchcock,  we  wish  you only  good  things  and  please  do  enjoy  your  retirement.  The  newsroom  will  never  be  the  same  again.  I  also  guarantee  this  copy  was  subbed  by  Lynn  Hitchcock.  ­  VALENE  GOVENDER MANAGING  EDITOR  OF  KZN LOCAL  NEWS

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OUDAT die Kersseisoen verby is en baie mense verwag het dit sou ‘n groot mislukking wees vir sake-ondernemings in ons omgewing, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van die watervoorsienings- en sanitasieprobleme van die onlangse verlede, is alle aanduidings daar dat van die sake-ondernemings in die omstandighede  baie  goed  gedoen  het.  Daar was egter besighede, veral in die gebiede wat water-onderbrekings gehad het, wat verliese gely het. Soos verskeie belanghebbendes reeds verklaar het: Die slegte nuus is die Suidkus het ‘n kwaai negatiewe klap  weg  weens  die  watervoorsienings-  en  verwante probleme van die afgelope twee jaar. Dit help ook nie om te ontken dat daar nog baie werk gedoen moet word om die Suidkus in sy vorige glorie as vakansiebestemming te herstel. Die goeie nuus is dit lyk asof dit reeds aan die gebeur is, soos blyk uit gesprekke met toerismebeamptes  en  sakemense  verlede  week. Die  Hoof-uitvoerende  Beampte  van  Ugu  Suidkustoerimse, Justin Mackrory, sê ten spyte van die ernstige terugslae met watervoorsiening, veral tussen Umtentweni en Hibberdene, plus die tydelike besoedeling van die strandmere in Margate en Uvongo, het talle sakeondernemings  op  die  Suidkus  goeie  sake  gedoen.  Van hulle selfs bo verwagting goed. Sy inligting is byvoorbeeld dat die MacBanana-onderneming in Umtamvuna  een  van  sy  beste  seisoene  gehad  het.  Vele verblyf-ondernemings  het  hoë  besettingskoerse  ge-

had. Hoewel die weer vanjaar slegter was as normaalweg in Desember, het die strande en hul vermaak-aanbiedings groot aftrek gekry. Mackrory sê die Suidkus het gelukkig  talle  lojale  besoekers  met  hul  eie  vakansiehuise of tyddeel-eenhede, wat baie doen om te vergoed vir  mense  wat  wegbly  weens  negatiewe  faktore.  Die grootste uitdaging van sy organisasie en ander toerisme-verwante organisasies is om alles in hul vermoë te doen om die streek te bevorder, om te help om negatiewe faktore te neutraliseer, en om op die positiewe  te  konsentreer.  Tydens die afgelope seisoen het Ugu-Suidkustoerisme bv. daagliks, en somtyds selfs oor naweke, met die Ugu-amptenare  vergader  om  met  hulle  te  kommunikeer  oor  gebeure  wat  toerisme-gevolge  kon  hê. “Ek is en bly ‘n optimistiese realis. Ja, daar is probleme wat opgelos moet word, en veral die Ugu Distrikmunisipaliteit het uitdagings wat die hoof gebied moet word sodat ons vakansieseisoene nie weer negatief geraak  word  nie,  waarvan  die  munisipaliteit  self  deeglik bewus  is.  Ons  moet  agter  deurentyd  ‘n  positiewe  houding openbaar. Hierdie omgewing is eenvoudig net te waardevol as ‘n toerisme-bestemming om toe te laat dat dit weens negativisme verval in ‘n gebied wat nie sy potensiaal gestand doen nie,” sê Mackrory. “Daar moet ook doelgerigte samewerking wees tussen belastingbetalers  en  sake-ondernemings  aan  die  een  kant,  en  die plaaslike owerhede aan die ander, soos reeds met groot welslae in Margate gebeur het, om ‘n gemeenskaplike

Wouter se  Watergat WOUTER  WILLEMSE ONS het die afgelope drie weke ‘n groter toeloop as normaalweg gehad omdat ‘n bekende restaurant naby ons net voor Kersfees deur ‘n brand beskadig is, en baie van sy gereelde klante die Watergat besoek het terwyl hul gunstelingplek  herstel  is.  Heelwat nuwe vriende gemaak, maar ons aanvaar hulle sal nou teruggaan soontoe. Die herstelwerk is verlede  week  voltooi,  en  die  meeste  van  die  tydelike  besoekers  is  wel  terug.  Die plek het intussen van eienaars verwissel, en ons sê welkom aan die egpaar van Johannesburg wat nou ‘n nuwe tydvak van hul lewe betree. Die Watergat hoop hulle handhaaf die hoë standaarde waarvoor die restaurant  bekend  is. Hier by ons is dit nou baie stiller, nie net weens die heropening van die restaurant nie, maar ook die verlies aan ons vakansiegangers. My bankbestuurder is redelik gelukkig, want ons omset was basies dieselfde as verlede jaar, wat inderwaarheid bo verwagting was ná die ernstige  waterprobleme.  Intussen  het  ons  die  krieketloesing wat Suid-Afrika die Indiërs gegee het, terdeë geniet, en hoop ons kan die derde toets ook wen sodat Virat Kohli finaal kan besef sy span is nie meer die beste toetsspan  in  die  wêreld  nie.  Oom Pottie het omtrent ontplof toe hy Kohli op TV sien verklaar sy span is nog steeds die beste, al het hy die reeks teen Suid-Afrika, tot nog toe tweede beste, verloor. “Hierdie kêrel mag miskien een van die beste krieketspelers  en  kapteins  in  die  wêreld  wees,  maar  hy  ly beslis aan die Napoleon-sindroom. Waarom is jy nog die

beste wanneer die span onder jou die reeks wen? ‘n Klein hardegat-mannetjie met ‘n houding, dis goed Dean Elgar  het  hom  ‘n  paar  woorde  toegevoeg.”  Wat Pottie vergeet het, is daardie hargedat-mannetjie het ‘n rukkie saam met Aiden Markram van die veld af gestap nadat hy in die negentigs sy paaltjie verloor  het,  hom  gelukgewens  en  bemoedig.  Markram  het  verklaar  hy  het  dit  ontsettend  waardeer. Feit is, sulke sportpersoonlikhede, soos die destydse John McEnroe, Australië se David Warner, ons eie James Dalton en James Small, is die sout wat ‘n besondere  sportsoort  smaak  gee.  Solank  dit  net binne  beskaafde  perke  bly. Verder was die hoof- onderwerp van bespreking, heel voorspelbaar, steeds Jacob Zuma se toekoms as president,  en  die  algemene  konsensus  was  hy  is  ‘n politieke  “dead  man  walking”.  Daar is egter heelwat meningsverskil of Cyril Ramaphosa die skade sal kan herstel en al die diewe in die tronk laat stop. Die opposisiepartye lyk baie bekommerd, want met Zuma en sy mede-rampokkers uit die pad, is hul hoofteiken daarmee heen. G’n wonder die EFF tree op soos die diere waaroor hulle in ‘n gewraakte advertensie gekla het nie. Hoe anders gaan hulle nou aandag kry? En die DA pleeg hara kiri in Kaapstad.  Snaakse  ding,  die  politiek. Ons loopstorie het Oom Pottie verlede week iewers  gehoor: Verkoopsman:  “Middag  dame,  kan  ek  help?” Blondine:  “Ja  asseblief,  ek  het  ‘n  braai  vanaand en wil ‘n ou slaaitjie maak en is op soek na ses prokureurspere.”

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MAKE 2018 THE BEST YEAR OF YOUR LIFE INDIAN LADY RECEIVED R1.5 MILLION IN HER BANK ACCOUNT

After receiving the notification from the bank that R1.5 million has been deposited in my Capitec account within 4 hrs through the powerful SHORT BOYS of CHIEF NGUBANE,I was very excited and shocked and I paid him back R400 000. After so many doctors, Herbalists and Sangomas failed to help me with my financial problems for so many years and they kept asking for more money but without even getting any results or change in my life. My name is NATASHA NAIDOO from Port Shepstone, KZN and my contact number is 084 071 8890. I requested the media to publish this story to appreciate for what CHIEF NGUBANE did to me by changing my life and also to inform everyone who got serious financial problems that CHIEF NGUBANE is the only best Doctor or Herbalist who can help you to end your financial problems like the way he ended my suffering after I was introduced to him by old fellow Street Vendors who she was selling the fruits in the Street but she’s a very successful business woman now after she was helped by CHIEF NGUBANE using the MAGIC WALLET that brings her R50 000 every day and she paid CHIEF NGUBANE R150 000 every week from the R350 000 that she makes every week after she knew CHIEF NGUBANE through lots of testimonials that was published In different newspapers for people praising and thanking him for changing their lives through financial problems like the Testimony for Zukiswa Nyembezl, a lady from Eastern Cape who won the LOTTO through the lucky numbers that CHIEF NGUBANE gave her to use and they shared the money by paying CHIEF NGUBANE 30% from the money that she won. To everyone who got financial problems or were disappointed before with these fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalists. Don’t waste your time looking back wards for what you have lost Its time to move on because life Is not meant to be travelled backwards. Just contact CHIEF NGUBANE now and you will be the next witness of his good Job.

NO LIFE WITHOUT PROBLEMS AND NO PROBLEM WITHOUT SOLUTIONS. SO CHIEF NGUBANE IS THE BEST SOLUTION TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS. JUST CALL HIM ON: 064 751 3461.

THE MAGIC WALLET & SHORT BOYS FOR CHIEF NGUBANE SAVED MY LIFE

I am Mrs Hlengiwe Mkhize from Margate in KZN province, my personal contacts details 063 072 5381. After making a final decision of committing suicide because of serious disappointment that I had get from this fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalist after I went to them to boost my business and they told me sell my house and other properties because of bad things that jealous people put and take the money to them for prayers so that I can start new life with the money after they done the prayers with it and also it will be increased. When I went to visit them in there office in Johannesburg I was very shocked to find there office closed and there contacts numbers on voice mail until today my money gone like that. It was very hard for my family,friends even party members to believe my story after I lost everything that I worked for my entire life until one close business partner also a party member a well known business man in KZN because he owned lots of filling stations,lodges and hotels in most areas in KZN told me his secret behind his good position in ANC party and his successful life for him to be one of the richest people in Margate that Chief Ngubane was the one who help him using the SHORT BOYS by putting R2 000 000 in his FNB account within 4hrs and paid him back R500 000 and remain with R1,5 million which he used to start the business as his capital, after one month he contact Chief Ngubane again to use his RATS to put R1.5 million in his house which it happen with 6hrs and he paid him back 20% of it, without even a single instructions or rules about the money and he never even involve or mention about ancestors. He told me to buy Sunday news papers to read others miracles he done to different people like the Zulus, Xhosa and I even surprised also to read about an indian business woman testifies the truth of her wealth. I couldn’t waste time but to call this great man and I also choose the SHORT BOYS to put R2 000 000 in my Nedbank account and he promised that before 3pm afternoon the R2 000 000 will be In my account because In the morning the SHORT BOYS was already fully booked with other customers to put money In there account and anywhere they wanted It. After receiving a notification from the bank that R2 000 000 has deposited In my account it took me sometime to believe that am not dreaming until I went inside the bank and withdraw R50 000 without any question from the bank about the transaction that was done and I paid him back R500 000. After a week I also spoke to him about the LUCKY WALLET which he posted through speed counter and I get R50 000 everyday and I make R350 000 every week which I paid him back R150 000 every week. About the story that was published in different news papers in January about a man who won the LOTTO in KZN Province, he was my husband who I introduced to Chief Ngubane which she used the secret LUCKY NUMBERS that Chief Ngubane gave her to use and win Lottery and the share the money which Chief Ngubane took 30% of the winnings. To my fellow politicians, business people or anyone who has serious financial problems even those who tried before with fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalist like me before but it never work. I am promising and guaranteeing you that Chief Ngubane is the right way to successful life.

REMEMBER YOUR FAMILY FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS” - JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE ON: 064 751 3461

BEST SOLUTION TO END YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS

My name is Zukiswa Nyembezi, born in the Eastern Cape, but now live in KZN and my contact number is 073 934 6511. After getting divorced from my husband that I was with for 22 years and 4 children. Life was very difficult for me,the bank took the house, the car and some of my personal things leaving me stranded as I could not continue to pay the bond and the loan that I took from the bank because my husband told me to resign from my good job that I had in the mining company without knowing his plans of divorcing me after that I gave my pension money that the company paid me to start a business and he ended up marrying another woman and left me and the kids with nothing, until I read the miracles of CHIEF NGUBANE that was published In the newspapers through a widow thanking CHIEF NGUBANE for changing her life through THE SHORT BOYS that put 1.5 Million in her bank account within 4 hours and paid him 20% without any problems. After contacting CHIEF NGUBANE and explaining to him my story he posted the LUCKY WALLET to me through a speed courier and I received it the next day. I was very scared because it was my first time I used traditional things until he gave me the easy instructions and I started getting R50 000 the same time and every week I am getting R350 000 which I then pay R150 000 to him every week. I can use the money anytime, and anywhere without any problems. after 2 weeks I visited him with my brother so I could thank him personally for changing my life and also to help me to win the LOTTO on the next draw. I was very shocked to see all 6 numbers appearing on the draw. And I paid him 30% of the money that I won. My brother ordered the RATS to put R1,5 million in his house which CHIEF NGUBANE promised him that he would get the money early hours of the next day because the rats were already ordered by other customers the day we visited him and he paid him back R500 000 after he got the money. So to everyone who has financial problems it is your time to believe that there is only 3 C’s in life CHANCE ...... CHOICE .... CHANGE

TAKE THE CHANCE AND MAKE THE CHOICE THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE! JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE ON: 064 751 3461

NGAPHANDLE KWA - CHIEF NGUBANE -IMPILO YAMI YAYINGELUTHO I!!

Igama lami ngingu Thembekile Cele, ngihlala eKZN inamba yami yocingo 062 528 2273. Ngalahlekelwa yithemba ko Dokotela kanye nezinyanga emva kokuba sengichithe imali eningi kubona,emveni kokuba ngifunde iphephandaba langomhlaka 11 January, ngalunda ngowesifazane ohlala ePitoli, Lona owesifazane wawina I-LOTTO ngezinombolo eziysithupha ngomhlaka 21 January ayezinikwe u-Chief Ngubane. Ngazama ukuthola inombolo yocingo yowesifazane emaphephandabeni ukuze anginike izinombolo zika-Chief Ngubane. Ngazama ukumlonela ukuze sihlangane kodwa Imlzamo yokuhlangana aylphumelelanga ngoba wayekude. Wanglchazela yonke Into oclngwenllndlela aslzangayo abantu waqlnlseklsa ukuthilmaillyabuya uma umsebenzl ungenzekanga. Kodwa ngathatha Islnqumo sokukhetha Islkhwama senhlanhla (LUCKY WALLET) eslngl1akela imali nsuku zonke. Futhi ngenza imali eningi ngeviki. Ngingayisebenzisa imali noma ikuphi nangendlela engithanda ngayo ngaphandle kwemigomo nemibandela ephuma kuyena, kodwa kumele ngikhokhe u30% njalongeviki. Ngesikhathi ubaba ehluleka ukukhokha imali ayeyibolekeebhange, ibhange lathatha umuzi nakhokonke sasala singenayo indawo yokuhlala kungaleso sikhathi ubaba wakhetha abafana abancane (SHORT BOYS) ukuba bamfakele imali. Ayeyidinga kungakapheli amahora amane (4hrs) futhi wamkhokhela u 25% eseyitholile imali ngaphandle kwezinkinga njengoba wayethembisile. Kulabo asebelahlekelweyithemba ko Dokotela nasezinyangeni kwezezimali ungachithi isikhathithinta u-Chief Ngubane ngiyathembisalulhi nginesqiniseko, uzoshitsha implo yakho njengoba ensile kimi nomndeni wami.

IZINYEMBEZI NGEKE ZIKULETHELE INJABULO KODWA INJABULO INGAKULETHELA IZINYEMBEZI. THINTA U-CHIEF NGUBANE KU- 064 751 3461

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January 25,  2018

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NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION KWAMADLALA AGRICULTURAL PROJECT Notice is hereby given in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations published in 2014 (as amended), in terms of regulation 4(1) of the National Environmental Management Act (Act No 107 of 1998), of the Environmental Authorisation (ROD) by the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (KZN DEDTEA) received on the 15th January 2018 to authorise the initiative by Idwala Industrial Holdings to develop The KwaMadlala Agricultural Project in KwaMadlala Village, KwaZulu-Natal.

NOTICE OF APPEAL PROCESS In accordance with regulation 4(2) of the EIA Regulations, GNR 326, April 2017, all interested and affected parties are hereby notified of the decision by the KZN DEDTEA to authorise this application and your attention is hereby drawn to the fact that an appeal may be lodged against the decision in terms of the National Appeal Regulations.

PUBLIC NOTICE:

AMENDMENT OF UGU WATER AND SANITATION SERVICES BYLAWS Ugu District Municipality hereby informs its customers that the Municipality has amended the Ugu Water and Sanitation Services Bylaws. The amendments affect mainly the sections related to Capital Contributions and water rates. Capital contributions will no longer be compulsory and the words “water rates” have been removed from the bylaws. The amended bylaws will be available for inspection for 14 days from date of publication after which it will be gazetted and be enforced. Consumers are invited to view the amended bylaws at the Ugu Offices at Oslo Beach, Phase 2, Room 68 or contact Mr Johan van der Walt on (039) 688 5872. Ugu District Municipality will continue to promote working together to create an environment that is friendly, responsive, accountable, effective and efficient for our communities. ISSUED BY MR DD NAIDOO MUNICIPAL MANAGER UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALTY

AVAILABILITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION A copy of the environmental authorisation will be available on request from the Environmental Assessment Practitioner on request, using the details below:

ISAZISO SOKUGUNYAZWA KWANGOKWEMVELO: UKWAKHIWA KWEZIKHUNGO SEZOLIMO KWAMADLALA Isaziso sikhishwe ngokomgomo we-Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations 2014 ngokuchitshiyelwe, Ngokuhambisana nomthethonqubu 4(1) eMthethweni kawelonke wokuphathwa kwezemvelo ,uMthetho 107 ka 1998 (njengoba uchitshiyelwe). Ngokugunyazwa ngokwezemvelo nguMnyango waKwaZulu-Natal wokuThuthukiswa koMnotho nezokuVakasha kanye nokuThuthukiswa kweMvelo (KZN DEDTEA) etholakale ngomhlaka15 kuMasingana 2018 egunyaza ukwakhiwa kwesikhungo esihlongozwa i-Idwala Industrial Holdings ukuthi kuthuthukiswe umphakathi wakwaMadlala ngokuthi kwakhiwe isikhungo seZolimo sakwaMadlala, KwaZuluNatal.

ISAZISO SENQUBO YOKUPHIKISANA Ngokuhambisana nomthethonqubu 4(2) wezinqumo zakwa (EIA Regulations, GNR 326), kaMbasa 2017, wonke amaqembu athintekayo ayanziswa ngesinqumo esithathwe nguMnyango i(KZN DEDTEA) ukugunyaza isicelo sokwakhiwa kwesikhungo uyaqwashiswa ngokuthi ungakwazi ukwenza isikhalo sokuphikisana ngalesisinqumo ngokwemigomo ye(National Appeal Regulations).

UKUTHOLAKALA KWESINQUMO SOKUGUNYAZWA NGOKWEMVELO

Lomqingo wokukugunyazwa ngokweMvelo uyatholakala ngokucela kumchwepheshe wezemvelo, ungasebenzisa imininingwane elandelayo ngezansi:

AUCTION

PER CENT) of the purchase price and the auctioneer’s commission in cash immediately after the sale and the balance against transfer to be secured by a Bank or Building Society Guaran¬tee, to be furnished to the Sheriff Port Shepstone within 21 (Twenty-One) days after the date of sale, to be approved by the Plaintiff’s Attorneys.

IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA KWA-ZULU NATAL DIVISION, PIETERMARITZBURG Case No: 342/2017P In the matter between : NEDBANK LIMITED Plaintiff

3.

Transfer shall be effected by the attorneys for the Plaintiff and the purchaser shall pay all transfer dues, including transfer duty, current and/or arrear levies/rates and/or Value Added Tax and other necessary charges to effect transfer upon request by the Plaintiff’s Attorneys.

4.

The full conditions of sale may be inspected at the offices of the Sheriff of the High Court, Port Shepstone, 17A Mgazi Avenue, Umtentweni,

5.

The Rules of this auction is available 24 hours prior to the auction at the office of the Sheriff Port Shepstone.

6.

Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to specific conditions, inter alia:

And I GEJA FARMING SERVICES (PTY) LTD 1st Defendant CELANI LUCKY MTHEMBU 2nd Defendant ________________________________________ NOTICE OF SALE ________________________________________ This is a sale in execution pursuance of a judgment granted in the High Court of South Africa, KwaZulu–Natal Division, Pietermaritzburg, under Writ of Execution issued thereafter, the immovable property listed hereunder will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve at the office of the Sheriff of the High Court, Port Shepstone, 17A Mgazi Avenue, Umtentweni, at 10:00 on Monday, the 12th day of February 2018. DESCRIPTION: ERF 2978 MARGATE, REGISTRATION DIVISION ET, PROVINCE OF KWAZULU-NATAL, IN EXTENT 2023 (TWO THOUSAND AND TWENTY-THREE) SQUARE METRES. HELD UNDER DEED T 24045/2015; PHYSICAL ADDRESS 3 ELM ROAD, MARGATE, KWAZULU-NATAL ZONING: GENERAL RESIDENTIAL The property improvements: -

consists

of

the

following

MAIN HOUSE Single Storey; 3 x Bedrooms (1 bedroom with ensuite); 1 x Lounge; 1 x Dining Room; 1 x Kitchen; 2 x Bathrooms; 3 x Toilets; 5 x Garages (separate) OTHER INFORMATION: Fenced Boundary; Walls plastered; 1 x Swimming Pool Nothing in this regard is guaranteed and sold “voetstoots” 1.

The sale shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the High Court Act and the Rules made thereunder.

2.

The purchaser shall pay a deposit of 10% (TEN

6.1 Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (URL http://www.info.gov.za/ view/DownloadFileAction?id=99961); 6.2 Fica – legislation i. r. o. proof of identity and address particulars; 6.3 Payment of registration of R10 000.00 in cash; 6.4 Registration of conditions. The office of the Sheriff of the High Court, Port Shepstone will conduct the sale with S N Mthiyane. Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to court rules apply. DATED at GILLITTS this 12th of December 2017. DE BEER ATTORNEYS Plaintiff’s Attorneys 12 Old Main Road Gillitts, 3610 Tel: 031-765 1777 / Fax: 031-765 1711 E-mail: danielle@debeerlaw.co.za Ref: NED0021 C/O VENN NEMETH AND HART INC 281 Pietermaritz Street Pietermaritzburg

ZAMANDABA SIBIYA POSTAL ADDRESS: P. O. BOX 939, SHELLY BEACH, 4265 TELL: 039 315 7751 FAX: 086 662 1789 EMAIL: ENVIRO@NZINGWE.CO.ZA


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MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 014 of 2018

MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 013 of 2018

REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR THE RNM SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT DATABASE FOR PROSPECTIVE SUBCONTRACTORS

REGISTRATION OF SUPPLIERS FOR THE RNM SUPPLY CHAIN MANAGEMENT DATABASE

FOR THE PURPOSES OF SUBCONTRACTING AS A CONDITION OF TENDER, RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY WILL DEVELOP AND MAINTAIN A DATABASE FOR ALL QUALIFYING EME’s OR QSE’s THAT ARE APPROVED BY NATIONAL TREASURY (CSD) TO BE WITHIN THE CATEGORIES OF DESIGNATED GROUPS AS DEFINED BY THE PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS,2017; a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h)

An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people, An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people who are youth, An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people who are women, An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people with disabilities, An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people living in rural or underdeveloped areas or township, An EME or QSE which is at least 51% owned by black people who are military veterans, Cooperative which is at least 51% owned by black people, or More than one of the categories referred to paragraphs (a) to (g).

NB: THE NORMAL STANDARD DATABASE FORMS WILL BE UTILIZED, STANDARD RNM DATABASE REQUIREMENTS APPLY AND ACCOMPANYING DOCUMENTATION. All application forms must be posted or delivered by no later than 28 February 2018 to the respective addresses indicated below: Postal Address: Ray Nkonyeni Municipality PO Box 5 Port Shepstone 4240

Physical Address: Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Procurement Section (Database) Lot 1000 Newton Road Dan Pienaar Square Margate 4275

Kindly take note of the following: 1. Only copies of the application form completed in original ink will be accepted. 2. Council will not conduct business with businesses / persons that have not been registered and accredited onto the database. 3. The new database for subcontractors will be updated annually and new entrants will be afforded the opportunity of applying in future. 5. In accordance with section 14(1)(c) Council will not accept any service provider that appears on the prohibited list of National Treasury. 6. Registration on the RNM Subcontracting Supplier Database does not guarantee business opportunities. Further qualifying criterion will be adhered to as per tender requirements. 7. Suppliers not registered on the Central Suppliers Database will not be accepted into our database. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT BONGANI MFENQA DURING OFFICE HOURS: 0393128495 EMAIL: bongani.mfenqa@rnm.gov.za NO APPLICATIONS TO BE IN THE LIST OF PROSPECTIVE SUBCONTRACTORS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THE CLOSING DATE. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE

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The Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Database list of accredited Service Providers is being reviewed. All Organisations and persons that are listed or wish to be listed on the SCM Database need to confirm their information or apply to be listed. The review of the database is a prerequisite according to the legislative requirements. The forms are available from the Municipal Offices and on the website www.rnm.gov.za. Please contact our SCM Practitioners at our Margate Offices. ALL SERVICE PROVIDERS INCLUDING EXISTING AND NEW PROSPECTIVE SERVICE PROVIDERS MUST SUBMIT NEW DATABASE FORMS. The following Current Essential technical requirements must be included and attached to the database application form: Electrical Contractors / Consultants 1. Proof of Medium and Low Voltage Electrical Installation and High Voltage Switching is essential. 2. Provide relevant Construction Industry Development Board Category registration certification 3. Provide ECBSA – Electrical Contracting Board of SA. Certification. Qualified Plumber – IOPSA Certificate or Equivalent Caterers – Certificate of Health Qualified Mechanics – Trade test Certificate & Certificate of registration with RMI Panelbeaters – Certificate of membership SAMBRA Qualified Surveyors – Certificate of Registration with PLATO / SACPTS Architects – Certificate of membership SACPA Construction – Relevant CIDB certificate Civil Engineers – Certificate of registration with CESA / SAICE Accountants – Certificate of registration with SAICA / SAIBA Relevant certificates of qualification and registration for your profession where applicable Standard documents to attach to ALL database forms: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.

Printed Tax Clearance Certificate(Please provide Tax Compliance Status Pin) Certified copy of company registration document Certified copy of Identity documents of the owner/partners/shareholders Certified copy of BBBEE Accreditation criteria. Proof of banking details Any other relevant documentation/Certificates required for verification purposes. Proof of Central Suppliers Database Registration(CSD Registration Summary Report)

All application forms must be posted or delivered by no later than 31 May 2018 to the respective addresses indicated below: All service providers must clearly indicate their function / service. Service Providers will only be listed for one main and one alternative commodity (i.e only two). Postal Address: Ray Nkonyeni Municipality PO Box 5 Port Shepstone 4240

Physical Address: Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Procurement Section (Database) Lot 1000 Newton Road Dan Pienaar Square Margate 4275

Kindly take note of the following: 1. Only copies of the application form completed in original ink will be accepted. 2. Council will not conduct business with businesses / persons that have not been registered and accredited onto the database. 3. The database will be updated quarterly and new entrants will be afforded the opportunity of applying in future. 4. The database will be open to the public for scrutiny before the proposed implementation date – 01 July 2018. 5. In accordance with section 14(1)(c) Council will not accept any service provider that appears on the prohibited list of National Treasury. 6. Registration on the RNM Supplier Database does not guarantee business opportunities. Should you wish to receive leads on tenders, please refer to the RNM Website, or the local notice boards. Suppliers not registered on the Central Suppliers Database will not be accepted into our database. FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT BONGANI MFENQA DURING OFFICE HOURS: 0393128495 EMAIL: bongani.mfenqa@rnm.gov.za

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FAILURE TO RE - APPLY TO BE LISTED ON THE DATABASE BY THE 31 MAY 2018 WILL LEAD TO BEING REMOVED FROM THE EXISTING DATABASE. RAY NKONYENI MUNICIPALITY WILL ONLY DO BUSINESS WITH APPROVED AND ACCREDITED SERVICE PROVIDERS. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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MOTORING

January 25,  2018

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Nissan’s new  Qashqai  has  undergone  major  changes  and  the  result  is  a  stunning  crossover.

New SA-bound  Nissan  Qashqai  unveiled SA­bound Nissan South Africa says: “Exact specification is still being considered with product planning teams.” Paul Willcox, Nissan Europe chairman, said: “We have put the Nissan Intelligent Mobility vision at the heart of our product strategy, guiding the development of every vehicle. The new Nissan Qashqai is proof of that, with enhancements which will continue to define and set new standards in the crossover segment.” The Qashqai’s cabin features an improved layout, higher-quality materials and advanced technology. The range-topping Tekna+ grade includes new seats trimmed in high-quality soft nappa leather, with 3D-quilting along the centre panels. Also new is a D-shaped multi-function steering wheel with satin-chrome inserts. It features a new four-way controller for the combimeter display, for more intuitive use and less ‘eyes off the road’ time. The NissanConnect infotainment system, complete with DAB radio and satellite navigation, now features a smart new user interface. Music fans get a new optional Bose sevenspeaker premium sound system. Exterior  upgrades Wilcox said: “Enhancements include a completely revised front end, including the latest Nissan ‘V-motion’ grille. Headlights have been revised with a new version of the ‘boomerang’ Daytime Running Light signature, adding to the new Qashqai’s premium appeal. The addition of adaptive front lighting improves night-time safety. “At the rear, the car’s instantly recognisable ‘boomerang’ light motif is extended across the

whole light, and now includes a contemporary 3D lens effect to enhance the signature shape.” Modifications to the suspension, damping and steering systems have resulted in an even more refined on-the-road experience. Improved use of absorption materials and increased rear glass thickness have led to a reduction in cabin noise from the road, engine and wind. Striking new 17, 18 and 19” alloy wheels are available, all aerodynamically optimised to maximise efficiency. New technologies Since its launch in 2007, the Qashqai has been at the heart of Nissan’s desire to “democratise Intelligent Driving technology”, says the automaker. Intelligent Emergency Braking is being upgraded with Pedestrian Recognition. Rear Cross Traffic Alert, to mitigate the risk of low-speed impacts when reversing out of a parking space, is now available on Qashqai for the first time. The Qashqai continues to be offered with Traffic Sign Recognition, Driver Attention Alert, Intelligent Park Assist, Intelligent Around View Monitor, Blind  spot  warning  and  lane  Nissan says: “At the heart of the Qashqai’s appeal has always been its position as the ultimate urban crossover. It successfully blends the practicality and desirability of an SUV with the footprint, running costs and accessibility of a hatchback. “The wide-ranging changes to the Qashqai are based on extensive customer insight and designed to reinforce its position as Europe’s bestselling crossover. Approximately 2.3 million have been sold since the original version was launched in 2007.” – Wheels24.

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HE Margate  car  boot  sale at Hibiscus Coast Mall was a success on Saturday despite  the  timing.  Founder of the sale Lorraine Bruigom said traders were nervous about having a sale in midJanuary, however, it seemed patrons were always open to household essentials at bargain prices. For Ramsgate residents Wilbert  and  Ann  Hauptfleich  it came as a pleasant surprise that people still bought vinyls  in this day  and  age. “We’re ‘old school’ so we still use  the  old  technology  [vinyl music player] however, we have been told they are now remaking music players that use vinyls so a lot of people are still interested in  buying  them,”  said  Ann.  “This car boot sale is all about making a difference in people’s lives all over the South Coast and next week we are turning it up a notch at our SPCA sale where all proceeds raised will be donated to  the  SPCA,”  said  Bruigom.

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HE Ugu Athletics club held their first AGM at RA Engar Primary on Saturday. In attendance was the club’s executive committee general members and new members who joined at the meeting. Programme director was Jason Govender who said the club had not expected such a huge turn-out for the meeting as it was a first for the club. He introduced the theme of the meeting as “Be the change you want to see in the world” and encouraged members to follow the philosophy. Club chair Pardon Mathebula delivered the main report for the current year in which he unpacked the club’s financial income and expenditure. According to his report the club raised R43 000 and spent a little over R21 000 leaving a balance of R22 000 in the bank. “We are not a money-making club because we don’t do it for money, we do it for the benefit and upliftment of our community,” said Mathebula. The club has a membership of 157 with 96 being athletes. Official marathons the members participate in included the Maritzburg, Sani Stagger, Hillcrest, Two Oceans, Durban City, Soweto and Comrades. “The Comrades is the toughest and is really not child’s play. About 2 000 people do not complete the

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>>precious.gumede@media24.com which is what is needed. We also have some of the top runners training here at Oribi Gorge,” said Mathebula. Mathebula also officially introduced the club’s newly incepted battle of Ramaloo route which will also be used during marathon training this year. “We created the route in honour of our founding member Eddie Ramaloo as a token of appreciation for all the hard work he puts into the club. We really are surviving because of his efforts,” said Mathebula. Mathebula also encouraged members to be persevere in their efforts because other than being fun their athleticism was also beneficial for their health. “I don’t mean to boast, but I never been hospitalised in my life and I never complain about headaches, stomach aches and other ailments because of running,” said Mathebula.

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Du Preez  impressed  by  new  duo SHARKS coach Robert du Preez has been impressed by two youngsters who have training with his team during the pre-season, saying they don’t look out of place. Teenagers Phendulani Buthelezi and JJ van der Mescht joined the Sharks for their Super Rugby preseason after finishing writing their Grade 12 examinations late last year. The Durbanites’ Super Rugby campaign will kick off against the Lions in Johannesburg on February 17. Both Van der Mescht and Buthelezi are from the Sharks Academy and they represented the Sharks

U18 side in the Craven Week last year, where Buthelezi captained that side. Though it doesn’t look like they will be roped into the Sharks’ Super Rugby squad, Du Preez says he’s amazed by what the youngsters have shown. “We got Pepsi Buthelezi after he played schools rugby and was the captain of the Sharks U18 team, and also JJ van der Mescht, who is a lock for the U18 team. I have been really impressed by them, but JJ has still got some work to do on the conditioning side of the things, but I thought they didn’t look out of place here,” he said.

Even if the players don’t make the Super Rugby squad as they would hope, they have gained valuable experience and learnt a lot from playing with the experienced campaigners in the squad. Du Preez also welcomed to training his Japanese-based players this week, with the exception of Andre Esterhuizen, who was involved in the relegation/promotional playoffs with his Munakata Sanix Blues of Japan over the weekend. There were fears that the players would return home for the Super Rugby overcooked after they played a lot of rugby in Japan, but Du Preez said he’s not worried about

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that. “They haven’t played too much rugby, because as you know in Japan they have four foreigners and only two can play, so I don’t think that would be the case,” he said. “Andre is one guy that played, but we had a meeting with him when they had a break last year and he looked really good, he lost about three kg. Also, with guys like Philip van der Walt and Lwazi Mvovo, we don’t have any issue, they are disciplined players and hard workers.” - Supplied. Sharks coach  Robert  du  Preez. PHOTO:  GALLO  IMAGES

TENNIS players  and  teams  are  invited  to participate  in  the  third  Ugu  South  Coast Tourism Tennis tournament from March 16 to  18. Tournament  director  Natalie  Grandin said all age groups starting from age 10 are welcome.  “Male and female U10, U12, U14, U16 and Open  can  participate,”  said  Grandin.  “Matches will take place at the Uvongo, Umtwentweni and Douglas Mitchell tennis clubs and players from all over the country will  be  participating,”  she  said. To  enter  visit  www.tsa.sportyhq.com For more information, contact Grandin on  081 088 3858    or  email  1stopentry@gmail.com 

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