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MANY people either look forward to the festive pe­ riod and begin their countdown to Christmas in Oc­ tober, while others are left running for the hills to avoid  the  ‘silliness’  that  comes  with  the  season. As we get ready to wind down and take a breath­ er, we decided to reflect on some of the wonderful reasons  to  celebrate  the  year  that  was. Yes,  we  can  talk  about  some  of  the  lowlights as well (no pun on the word ‘lights’), but that would not  be  very  festive  at  all. The team at the Fever has had a wonderful year and has shared some truly remarkable memories with  you.  We’ve had an action­packed year from meeting wonderful  individuals  who  are  slowly  changing their communities one step at a time to covering campaigns that shows a proactive community who are willing to fight for their beloved home towns. To those people who are continuously going the

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

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

own challenges this year, but as we enter 2015 we renew our pledge to you to do our very best to continue to be the most accurate, fair and balanced source of news, opinion, features, sports and entertainment in the Upper Highway Area. We will continue to be open and honest with our readers and we assure you that the new year will be one never to be forgotten. Our hearts go out to those who lost loved ones this year and those experiencing difficulties of all types this holiday season. We extend sincere and warm wishes to our Hillcrest Fever family for a safe and peaceful festive season, and a happy and prosperous 2015. Kalisha Naicker Senior  Journalist Hillcrest  Fever

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HE KwaZulu-Natal MEC for Education, Kwazi Mshengu, together with eThekwini Deputy Mayor Fawzia Peer and various KZN cabinet MECs officially turned the sod on the construction of the Solomon Mahlangu Primary school in Cornubia on Friday, July 5. The event coincided with Human Settlements, Water and Sanitation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu’s visit to the Cornubia Integrated Residential Development Project to assess the progress made and hand over title deeds to residents. The Cornubia project includes the creation of inclusive modern settlements made of decent housing units, industrial factories, retail parks, and office spaces for various businesses. Speaking at the sod turning, MEC Mshengu said the project is part of the department’s commit-

ment to the country’s education. “This will be a state-of-the-art school for the Cornubia area and it will have multiple facilities, thus ensuring quality education for young people of this community. We want to urge the community that they must protect such property and must not vandalise it as it belongs to them,” he said. The initiative is run through a partnership between the Department of Education, Human Settlements and eThekwini Municipality. The construction of the school is expected to take 24 months and the area will also boast a clinic and a sports facility. It was befitting to name the school after Solomon Mahlangu, a person who sacrificed a lot for young people and education in this country, added Mshengu. The event ended with a title deed handover ceremony for the Cornubia Integrated Residential Development residents.

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ERULAM Crime Prevention members recovered a firearm after conducting a stop and search operation during the early hours of Monday morning. According to spokesperson Captain Henry Kisten, the officers stopped and searched a man and found him to be in possession of an unlicensed firearm. “He was detained and charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm and will appear in the Verulam Magistrates’ court soon,” said Kisten.

The members, under the command of Sergeant Dayalan Naicker, were complimented by station commander Brigadier Dludla for effecting a very good arrest in a stop and search operation. In another incident, also in the Verulam area, information from the community led to two arrests and the recovery of illegal drugs. According to Verulam SAPS, members of the Verulam Crime Prevention Unit received information from a community member that drugs were picked up from a house and were being transported in a vehicle for the purpose of sale.

“The members acted swiftly and intercepted the vehicle. Two occupants were searched, one was in possession of a plastic packet which contained 125 pink capsules of heroin. The other occupant was found with two heroin capsules. The street value of drugs was R3 000,” said Kisten. The suspects were charged for being in possession of drugs and appeared at the Verulam Magistrates’ Court. The members were commended by the station commander for acting swiftly on the information received and thanked the community for giving information on the whereabouts of the drugs.

Police ask communities to be vigilant NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com SAPS in Verulam issued a warning as escalating numbers of theft and break-in incidents are being reported in Verulam and surrounds. According to SAPS spokesperson Henry Kisten, there have been reported cases of house burglaries taking place during the day and items such as beds, fridges, stoves, and televisions are being stolen. “We are urging neighbours — if they see any kind of suspicious activity taking place, where items are being loaded onto a vehicle when the occupants are not present, they must report it to the police. “We are also asking the communities to have good communication with their neighbours, especially if one neighbour is working and the other one is at home,

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and to know who their neighbours are. “Members of the community must also join or establish neighbourhood watches or street committees to prevent burglaries or thefts from taking place.” “Communities must also be warned, especially owners of second-hand dealer shops, not to purchase items from persons coming to sell at your doorstep or at your business premises as these items can be stolen,” he said. The captain added: “We are appealing to communities to take these warnings seriously because criminals will be observing houses as we are still in the winter period when the evening gets dark early. “Always ensure your premises is securely locked and well-lit. “We are also warning the public not to carry large sums of cash with them and to not be in possession of expensive items as there are cases being reported where victims are being robbed of cash or other expensive items, especially when victims are walking late in the evenings,” he ended.

Waterloo carjackers each granted 10 year sentences NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com

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Don’t let cold weather and dark evenings put a dampener on your winter fitness routine WINTER is synonymous with time spent inside, in front of a fireplace or a heater. For those who aren’t hibernating and are still maintaining their fitness regime, there is an added concern of safety when exercising outdoors. The colder weather means more people prefer to stay indoors, leaving popular exercise spots emptier than usual. “Aside from fewer people outside, it gets dark much earlier, which calls for more vigilance and suitable preparation,” says Charnel Hattingh, Fidelity ADT’s National Marketing and Communications Manager. “Working individuals have to make the most out of their limited time before and after work, but there are precautions fitness enthusiasts should consider to maximise their safety,” she adds. Hattingh recommends that if you’re arriving home when it’s dark, there are options to time your lights (through home automation) that guarantee your property will be well-lit on your arrival. “Remember to be cautious as criminals tend to study their potential target’s routines before striking,” she says. Hattingh recommends the following tips to consider before heading out for your next training session: - Try to train in pairs or join a club for your respective sport, whether you’re into running, cycling or “park runs”. - Alternatively, if you’re unable to join a group or find an exercise partner, include your dog (should the weather allow). - Wear bright clothing, especially during winter when the sky tends to look bleak. - Keep your devices out of sight. While it is crucial to have a fully charged phone, in case of an emergency, your exercise gear should incorporate discrete pockets to store any essential items. - It is important to stay alert and it would be best not to exercise with any noise cancelling devices like headphones. You should be able to hear warning sounds like a car’s hooter or someone suddenly approaching from behind.

- Plan ahead and avoid dark alleys and back roads. Remember to vary your course and map out multiple options, to circumvent criminals from tracking your usual practice route. “Let a loved one know where and when you’ll be exercising. This allows them to check up on you should you be gone for too long. “It is also essential to carry identification and ensure your emergency contact’s information is easily accessible,” suggests Hattingh. “It’s also a good idea to look into using mobile tracking options during training sessions.

“Equipping yourself and being aware of all your safety options is empowering for fitness experts and novices alike,” notes Hattingh. Whether you are training for a marathon, triathlon or simply maintaining your health, you shouldn’t have to abandon your training during winter because of safety concerns, Hattingh explains. “Many individuals prefer training outdoors over the gym. Careful planning and preparation will help ensure that nothing prevents you from achieving your fitness goals, not even the season.” — Supplied.

TWO suspects were sentenced to 10 years’ imprisonment at the Verulam Magistrates’ Court recently in a case of carjacking that was reported in the Waterloo area in August 2018. It is alleged that the victim was driving a meter taxi in the Waterloo area when he was hijacked by two men who were acting as passengers. According to Verulam SAPS, a hijacking case was opened at the station and members were immediately assigned to the case. “Both the men were however arrested the next day in the Harrismith area when they were stopped by police and found to be

in possession of a stolen vehicle. The docket was given to detective Constable Zwa Maliwa to investigate,” said captain Henry Kisten. The suspects were both charged with carjacking and the investigating officer ensured all the available evidence and information was in the docket before the matter went trial. “The Verulam Regional Court magistrate applauded the investigation done by the investigating officer and found both the accused guilty, sentencing them to an effective 10-year jail sentence on July 1 and declaring them unfit to possess a firearm,” said the SAPS. Verulam Station Commander Brigadier Dludla complemented Constable Maliwa for ensuring a successful prosecution.

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ARLIER this year, at a local awards ceremony, Maidstone Service Station was yet again placed in the Top 10 of the Best Performing Shell Service Stations in South Africa. Due to this prestigious award, they were recently flown to Sydney-Australia for a glittering awards ceremony and pre-celebrations event hosted by Shell International. The top 10 performing service stations of each country were represented in Sydney, with more than 1 200 attendees at an event that took place

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Stolen firearm recovered in Verulam NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com VERULAM SAPS recovered a stolen firearm after a case of theft of firearm was reported last week. According to SAPS Captain Henry Kisten the Crime Prevention members under the command of Sergeant Dayalan Naicker received information about the stolen firearm and the suspect. “The members acted immediately on the information and arrested a suspect and recovered the firearm in the Ndewdwe area. The suspect was charged and will appear in court shortly. The members were applauded by the station commander Brigadier Dludla for acting so swiftly on the information received,” he said. “The station commander is also appealing to the community to work closely with the police in the form of partnership policing by giving information to the police on illegal and stolen firearms as these firearms are the biggest contributors of our serious and violent crimes,” he said.

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Local youth need support NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com GROUP of young talented performers from Umbayi settlement in Tongaat look to defy the odds and excel in dance even though they are from a disadvantaged community. The group Izintombi Zengoma who do traditional Zulu dance consists of young girls from the Rajkumar area which is an informal settlement and have little resources and are looking to for support from community leaders and businesses alike. Samkelisiwe Msomi who cap-

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LENHAVEN Secondary school staff and pupils have welcomed the appointment of Mr AR Ramdhanni to the post of Deputy Principal this term. Ramdhanni replaces Mr P Pillay, a seasoned teacher, who retired as Deputy Principal in February 2018. In his announcement Principal Philip Reddy acknowledged the work done by Mr Ramdhanni as HOD humanities earning his new position as Deputy Principal at the school. He said: “Mr Ramdhanni joined the staff in 2013 as HOD and since then worked tirelessly to ensure that the school develop in leaps and bounds producing excellence . This is verified by the matric performance of 98% in the first term and now 96% in the second term.” “He has taken a keen interest in ensuring that the school and its surrounds are well maintained and created a conducive environment for teaching and learning to take place. Ramdhani has worked hand and glove with me in the Physical infrastructure upgrade,” added Reddy. “Mr Ramdhanni has taken ownership of the school through his contri-

tains the group said most of the young people in the area have no activities that keep them busy apart from school hence they end up drawn to socials ill. “We normally perform in small shows in the area however we do not get any support from our youth leaders in the area and we also do not have the necessary equipment for our performances,” she said. Msomi also highlighted the need to support young talent from disadvantaged areas as it gives them hope of a better life. Anyone willing to assist can contact 071 011 4697.

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Glenhaven Principal P. Reddy ( white coat) congratulating Mr. A. Ramdhanni on his new appointment. butions, therefore his appointment is welcomed and is a well deserved one,” concluded Reddy. In his acceptance speech Mr Ram-

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The Izintombi Zengoma group at one of the talent shows in Tongaat.

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Devotees are required FLAG HOISTING ON FRIDAY, 19th JULY 2019 AT 6 PM to provide garlands PROGRA RAMME A for 9.30 am – Commencement themselves 10.30 am – Garghum Procession leaves stream alongside Temple and their 11.30 am – Kumba Prayers at Shri Karumarieamman Temple Garghums. 12 noon – Lunch 2 pm – Ceer Kanji and Concluding Prayer

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IT’S no secret that there’s something irresistibly cute about baby animals, yet few people realise the risks of trying to keep wildlife as pets. Over the past few months we have seen a record spike in the amount of baby animals admitted into Crow that have been kept as pets. The illegal wildlife pet trade has become a huge threat to conservation efforts put in place by the Nature Conservation Authorities and local rehabilitation centres. Taking on a pet, let alone a wild baby animal, is unlike caring for an infant child. The presumption that all baby animals should be raised on cow’s milk and wear diapers is both incorrect and unethical, however the dietary misinterpretation is not the only threat posed to “wild pets”. Other than the lawful implications one can be faced with for keeping a wild animal without a permit, these babies will soon grow to become unmanageable and aggressive as their natural behaviours have been stunted during the learning phase of their lives. Species which are commonly kept as pets included Banded Mongoose, Vervet Monkeys, Baboons and Antelope. Without proper knowledge of their social structures, dietary needs, natural behaviours and environmental needs you may find yourself on the wrong side of a very agitated wild animal – This is when cases of maiming, horn removal and castration become more prevalent. Primates in particular have a reputation for making good pets, this could not be fur-

ther from the truth. Most primates belong to social hierarchies and once removed from this hierarchy, a monkey will structure its own within your household. This is when the biting starts, the urinating and defecating on furniture and other seemingly destructive behaviours. One of the biggest problems behind the wildlife pet trade is the belief that a wild animal can be tamed. No wild animal can be tamed, it can however be conditioned. This conditioning allows for these animals to mask their behaviours better than they would in the wild which is when owners are attacked and rehabilitation centres are left with the now habituated ex pet. This poses many issues for both the centre as well as the animal. Trying to integrate a wild animal who has never known others of their own kind, teach proper behaviours and social structure is extremely difficult and sadly, sometimes unachievable. We cannot stress this enough. When you find a baby animal, whether it be a baby bird, antelope, monkey or mongoose, please do not try and raise this animal yourself as you are now posing a threat to its survival. We appreciate the assistance we received from members of the public however, when it comes to specialized care, these animals need to be taken to your local vet, SPCA, or wildlife rehabilitation centre to get the care they need and ensure they’re with their own kind -Tayla Hawkins (CROW Primate Officer)


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Keeping animals warm this winter THE Tongaat South Women’s Forum embarked on a blanket drive on Tuesday, July 9 to keep animals warm this winter. The forum managed to donate cash, treats and winter blankets.

Willows World Foundation and the Tongaat Women’s forum during the blanket drive. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Cycling for a good cause PURNAL POONUSAMY >>Purnal.Poonusamy@media24.com CYCLISTS participating in the Tsogo Sun Amashova Durban Classic later this year can dedicate their race to a good cause; raising funds for Friends of K9 Trust’s Operation SNIP (Spay Neuter Inoculate Programme). Friends of K9 Trust, a registered non-profit organisation, currently has seven cyclists dedicating their race to the organisation, and they are anticipating more to come. Debbie Smith of the Friends of K9 Trust stated that her husband, Gary, came up with the idea to create a back-a-buddy account to raise funds for the organisation’s programme, saying: “[Gary’s] been dying to do the Amashova. He woke up one morning and said ‘we need to cycle for Snip. We got to do it’ — I said let’s do it. “We started to speak to people, and the enthusiasm was overwhelming.” The organisation has allocated a target of R4 000 to be raised per cyclist, but Smith stated that the amount is not set in stone and each cyclist should just do their best.

President of SKISA Sonny Pillay Hanshi (right) presents official SKIF world championships tie to head coach Brando Shihan on Sunday at the team wrap up coaching session at the Tongaat Sports Centre.

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The sterilisation project started in mid-January and to date they have exceeded their target of 50 animals for the year and have sterilised 81 dogs and cats from around rural KwaZulu-Natal. The organisation is super excited and overwhelmed that they are nearing 200% of their target WEEKLY REPORTER “I feel confident that I am going to win in just over six months and are hoping to reach 300% gold because I have put in the work,” said by the end of the year. EAM SKISA wrapped up its preparathe seasoned Protea fighter who conducts As the name SNIP suggests, the organisation also tions for the forthcoming SKIF Kanazkarate classes at the Seatides combined inoculates the animals in the project as well. awa Shotokan world championships school in Desainagar. Smith stated that the project has gained a lot of in the Czech Republic on Sunday at the Head coach Brando Shihan expressed his momentum as they have been contacted by organiTongaat Sports Centre. delight at the fitness levels of his fighters for sations in the south coast, north coast, and central Head coach Brando Pillay selected 30 of the big event, saying: “Our team SKISA who Durban. the best SKISA athletes from around the reare fighting fit are ‘raring to go’ and are exShe further said that the project averages five to public for the final team to battle among the pected to be among the medals at the said six animals per week, and that number is anticipated best of the best from around the globe in event,” concluded the WKF world licenced to increase as they branch out to other areas, thus the tri-annual event. coach. making funding crucial for the project. Shakaskraal’s karate superstar Ash RamFor all karate inquiries on the KZN North “If there are cyclists who would like to dedicate narian is expected to be crowned black belt coast call the KSA HQ on 082 302 9504 or their race to SNIP, that would be amazing,” concluded women’s champion come next weekend. email president@ karate-sa.org Smith. For further informarvice v for The 13th Day Memorial Service of One Year Memorial Serv tion, WhatsApp Debbie Smith at 074 187 7325. Moonsamy (Bala) and

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The Naidoo family humbly invites you to the 15 Day Ceremony of the late Thiren Naidoo Date: 13 July 2019 Venue: The Palace (Wadd Street, Opposite Gokhale Hall) Time: 17h00 - 18h00 Supper will be serv rved v 18h00 - 19h00 Serv rvice v will be rendered

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