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

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

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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CRIME imbizo and motorcade were held in the Cornubia residential area on August 10. The motorcade started at 9 am where members of the SAPS Verulam, SBA Security, Metro Police, RUSA, Sector One Patrol Group and members of Revival of Grace Ministries took to the streets with placards to create awareness of the high level of crime affecting women and children. Pastor Madikizela opened with a prayer and the community joined in as

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Kisten said: “The vice chairperson of the Verulam Youth Desk also motivated the youth of the area to stay away from substance abuse and join community projects, such as the projects taking place at the Crime Imbizo.” Sergeant N. Padayachee also

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LENHAVEN Secondary School celebrated Woman’s Day in style with the pupils, first observing the day with a special programme at a special assembly. They explained the significance of Woman’s Day in South Africa when 20 000 women on August 9, 1955, marched to the Union Buildings in Pretoria to protest against the unjust pass laws at the time. The pupils acknowledged the contributions of national women heroes like Lilian Ngoyi, Albertina Sisulu and others from that era, and the likes of Winnie Mandela, Fatima Meer and others during the height of the struggle against apartheid. Later in the day, the women on the Glenhaven staff were treated to another special programme where guest Avani Roopan, a self-made businessperson and community worker in Verulam, addressed them. Roopan was a finalist in the Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Margaret Hirsch “Woman in Busi-

ness Award”. She is the recipient of the Panache Woman of Wonder Award for the month of August. She launched Lee’s Electronics in Verulam and started her own digital marketing company called Hashtag Digital SA. In her address, Roopan said to the women that teachers have a very important role to play in the education of the nation. She implored women who were in their comfort zones to do everything in their power to get out of their comfort zones and strive to push themselves beyond the boundaries that they have set for themselves. She emphasised that going beyond your limitations comes with lots of discomfort, pain and hard work, but it is worth it. Through her engagement with the women at Glenhaven, Roopan showed why she is a social-media influencer with a significant following on her social-media platforms. The men at Glenhaven then treated the women and their special guest to a special Woman’s Day lunch.

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wish that the municipality helps parents whenever it can as this encourages pupils to learn and become something in life, as well as restores their dignity. After the uniforms were handed out, the pupils showed their appreciation to the mayor by offering a song and dance, and teachers and other staff gave a round of applause. School principal S. Nzuza thanked the mayor and said it had always been a dream that they would be visited by the mayor and she thanked the councillor for going all out for the school.

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HE Verulam Regional Court sentenced a man accused of two counts of culpable homicide to six years imprisonment on July 31. Two years of the sentence were wholly suspended for five years, which means the accused will only serve a period of four years in jail. According to SAPS spokesperson Henry Kisten, it is alleged that on the aft-

ernoon of February 23, 2014, there was a collision that took place whereby two victims died in one of the vehicles and a case of culpable homicide was opened. “The accused was the driver of the vehicle that collided with another vehicle whereby two passengers died and he was investigated for culpable homicide. During that period the case went on trial but the investigations were ongoing and in July this year, he appeared at the Verulam Regional Court where he was

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found guilty and sentenced to an effective six year,” he said “The magistrate, in passing judgment, said that this jail sentence should serve as a deterrent to other drivers who are found guilty of committing this offence. “The investigating officer in this matter, Detective Warrant Rajen Naidoo, was commended by the magistrate in the way he conducted his investigation,” Kisten added.

Police operations aimed at removing firearms from the streets NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com VERULAM SAPS detectives have ensured yet another recovery of three unlicenced firearms at the weekend. It was alleged that members were conducting a follow-up investigation when they took suspects to their place of residence where they searched the premises and uncovered the three firearms with their serial numbers filed off. SAPS Spokesperson Henry Kisten said: “Two pistols, a revolver and an airgun were recovered at the premises. Three suspects were arrested and charged for possession of unlicenced firearms. “Firearms are the biggest contributers to our serious crimes, especially the murders, robberies, and carjackings, and if these firearms are removed from the criminals, we will see a reduction in serious crimes.” Kisten also highlighted that the recovery of the firearms stems up from arrests made by the Crime Prevention members on August 4, where they stopped and searched a vehicle and arrested four suspects. “The detectives are doing follow-up investigations and are trying to link these four suspects to possible house and business robberies that have taken place in the Verulam and Tongaat areas,” he added.

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son Henry Kisten, the members located the victims and witnesses of the reported crimes whereby an identification parade was held and all five men were positively identified. “The men were also linked to two cases of business robberies that took place in the Tongaat area. During a police investigation a further three firearms were recovered. “The men are in police custody pending their court appearance. The members were applauded by the Station Commander Brigadier Dludla for their sterling work in ensuring the linking of these men to serious crimes committed in the Verulam and Tongaat areas,” he added.

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“The vehicle was searched where a 9 mm pistol was found together with house-breaking implements. Three men were detained for possession of unlicenced firearm, possession of housebreak-in implements and an attempted house break-in. The members were complimented on another top arrest by acting station commander Colonel Dlamuka,” he said. — Supplied.


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TONGAAT local who is a fitness and sport fanatic, Hazel Tobo, embodies what all women should have, which is self-belief and confidence. With national colours in swimming and volleyball, the Hambanathi resident has had a passion for an active lifestyle since her schooling years. With a diploma in public relations and over 12 years exposure to the corporate environment, her drive and passion for fitness took over and Tobo decided to take on fitness full time. She completed a course with Virgin Active in 2015 as an instructor and qualified with the Trifocus Fitness Academy, and is now studying towards a personal trainer qualification. Speaking to the Coastal Weekly, Tobo said that she is the founder and executive member of Kasi032Fitness Lifestyle, a registered non-profit organisation aiming at creating, promoting and developing social physical activities and programmes. The organisation comprises a team of health, fitness and wellness instructors and promoters. “The main objective is to address the growing prevalence of obesity and non-communicable diseases including hypertension, diabetes and high cholesterol. Also, to encourage a culture of health, wellness and an active lifestyle through regular physical activity and health education in our com-

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munities in the northern areas. “We strive to achieve this through our various intervention programmes, one of them being iMoove Wellness Programme,” she said. “Our holistic approach will help in youth and children development, gender empowerment and encourage an alternative, responsible lifestyle as a means of combating HIV/Aids, obesity, crime, violence and teenage pregnancy, and promoting identity and social cohesion. “For me, Women’s Month is an opportunity to celebrate and reflect on

women’s achievements, as well as the problems they have faced in the struggle to be free and the important role they play in society. Apart from their traditional roles as mothers, wives and caregivers, statistics show that women are making great progress in business, politics and academia, with more and more women reaching top positions. Let the achievements of those who went before you inspire you to unlock your own strength and motivate you to make a difference in your family, your community or your country,” she said.

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Law enforcement show support for Women’s Month SAPS Tongaat, in conjunction with various stakeholders, including The Haven of Rest, Tongaat Child Welfare, Safer Cities and Department of Community Safety and Liaison, conducted a placard demonstration on August 7 in front of SAPS Tongaat in support of Women’s Month. The theme of this year is “25

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Welfare honours Silverdale for children’s fund contribution STAFF of the Tongaat Child and Family Welfare Society, Mariam Mkhize and Avinash Punwasi, visited Silverdale Primary School recently to present a certificate of appreciation to the school for its generous contribution to the Tongaat Child Welfare Society’s children’s fund. Addressing pupils, Mkhize thanked the chil-

dren for their contribution and their continued support of the fund. “A big thank you also went out to the principal and teachers for the support and sheer determination shown towards this worthy course,” she said. — Supplied.

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made during his political journey and his educational and social contributions to the community. The event was further enhanced by the presence of the Hurbans family. The committee thanks the community for its continued support. — Supplied.

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Cansa educates on the rights of women to cancer screening THE Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa) supports the national Department of Health’s efforts to prioritise awareness of breast and cervical cancer and to educate women about the symptoms, screening opportunities and how to lower the cancer risk. In August, in line with its 365 Day Health Challenge, Cansa encourages women to get screened and to proactively share this on every available platform, including social media, thereby encouraging and challenging other women to get screened. Breast cancer is the most common among South African women with a lifetime risk of one in 27, according to the 2014 National Cancer Registry (NCR). Cervical cancer is the leading cause of cancer deaths and the second most commonly diagnosed cancer (excluding basal

cell carcinoma) among women. The estimated lifetime risk among all women in South Africa is one to 42. Research has shown that a limited knowledge of symptoms, as well as misconceptions, stigma and shame around cancer and screening, especially cervical cancer, cause delays in women going for screening or seeking appropriate care. Gerda Strauss, Cansa’s head of service delivery, emphasises the importance of screening and early detection: “We urge women to get to know what is normal for their bodies, so that when they do a monthly breast self-examination (BSE), they may detect any changes, signs and symptoms of breast cancer. Get to know the warning signs and symptoms. We’re excited to share an educational video that shows women how to perform

a BSE, it’s available on our website and social-media platforms from August 9. “Women who recognise these symptoms should urgently contact Cansa, a health practitioner or their local clinic for a clinical breast examination (CBE). Women who have no symptoms of breast cancer should request an annual CBE when visiting primary health-care centres as it’s their right, as per the national Department of Health Breast Cancer Control Policy. Women with a family history of breast cancer should be especially aware of symptoms and not neglect screening”, said Strauss. Cansa’s support to cancer patients also includes medical equipment hire, wigs, counselling, support groups, online support groups and resources and Cansa Care Homes where patients receiving treatment far from home can stay during treatment. https:// www.cansa.org.za/cansas-care-support/cansa-carehomes/. Further, Cansa offers professional fitting services and a full range of breast prostheses, bras, swimwear and lymphoedema garments at Cansa Care Centres nationally via its partnership with M Store. Cansa advocates a mammogram every year for all women from age 40 to 54 for purposes of non-symptomatic breast screening (women 55 years and older, should have a mammogram every two years, or if they choose, continue with an annual mammogram). Public hospital breast clinics or the Radiological

Society of SA at 011 794 4395, https://rssa.co.za/ can be contacted to arrange for a mammogram. Most cervical cancers are caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV), making it one of the most preventable cancers when the HPV vaccination is implemented appropriately. The vaccination is safe and most effective when given at an early age (nine years and older) or before sexual debut. In SA, the HPV vaccination was approved by the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority in 2008 for its efficacy. “All women should go for Pap smears at least every three years, from the age of 25, to detect abnormal cells early. However, women are entitled to and can request screening at a younger age. Women making use of public sector screening services are entitled to three free Pap smears per lifetime, starting at the age of 30 years or older, with a 10-year interval between each smear. If women experience abnormal symptoms, they can request a Pap smear at local government clinics. Cansa provides Pap smear screening at Cansa Care Centres around the country,” Strauss said. HIV infected women are at an increased risk for HPV infection at an earlier age (13 to 18 years). Those who are HIV-positive should be, and are entitled to be, screened for cervical cancer at diagnosis and subsequently every three years if the screening test is negative and at yearly intervals if the screening test is positive. Effective treatment of women with abnormal screening tests is important. — Supplied.

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SCHOOL SCENE

Flambel host glittering prom night FLAMBEL Primary School in Belvedere, Tongaat, held its Grade 7 prom on August 2 at the Tongaat town hall. Pictured are title holders Darion Nundlal (king), with princes Shevan Naidoo and Tyheal Govender, and Tashlene Naidoo (queen), with her princesses Adele Govender and Natalya Sewpersadh, along with school principal V. Harparsad and the event co-ordinator K.Maharaj. — Supplied.

GLENHAVEN Secondary School participated in the Maths and Science Week programme which took place at Phoenix Technical School from July 29 to August 2.

MOUNTVIEW Secondary School acknowledged the top achievers of the second term at a special assembly and awards’ presentation. Congratulations went to all the top achievers. The Grade 12 class of 2019 performed exceptionally well with a 95% pass rate. The top 10 Grade 12 achievers are: Arumugam Saieshan, Moodeliar Kaleen, Narainsamy KiranTash, Thotaram Simran, Sewsunker Alka, Govindsamy Kashmira, Naidoo Keanu, Singh Aleisha, Ramchurran Mayuri, Ramdav Kimika and Raman Kyle. — Supplied.

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Grade 12 top achievers with principal N. Sivjattan and deputy principal S. Naidoo.

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VERULAM Secondary School congratulates Shreyah Ramluckan who represented South Africa as part of the Proteas South African Junior Debate Team at the Asia World Schools Debate Challenge held in Bangkok, Thailand, recently. Shreyah and her team were successful in reaching the finals of the novice debaters category, where they faced a gruelling championship debate against Denmark. The final result was a 3-4 split in favour of Denmark and the South African team were placed second out of 33 institutions from 60 nations across the world. The school community of VSS commends her on this outstanding achievement and applauds the efforts of her parents in providing her the opportunity to shine on the world stage. — Supplied.

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National Winter Games held during the July Vacation 2019 – Chirag Kassie and Caleb Singh, two of our learners were in the KZN U15 Volleyball that went on to become overall winners. CHIRAG KASSIE was voted BEST PLAYER in South Africa in the U15 Division.

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VAC in Women’s Day run V

ERULAM Athletic Club launched its Women’s Month programme with a triple header over the long weekend commencing with the Totalsport Ladies 10 km Challenge at Kings Park, Durban, on Women’s Day. Sarah Naidoo led VAC home, finishing ahead of Cynthia Zondi in 1:15. Shirley Narainsamy eased through among the throng of over 5 000 participants in 1:19, seven minutes ahead of regular Dolly Shamlall. Tharushka Sookoo and Pam Sookoo completed the VAC finishers with a 1:26 finish in the 10 km run. Team VAC also supported the Totalsport race with hydration duties at two tables for the event. Locally, VAC took to the streets of Verulam and the airport, with Comrades runners making a return to active duty in preparation for the forthcoming marathons. Sunday saw the return of the VAC challenge, with the five-kilometre and 10 km run to the airport taking centre stage. Christopher Peters, Brenda Peters and Anand Naicker posted 55 minute finishes in the five-kilometre, ahead of Ameetha and Juanitha Deenanath, making their quarterly return finished in 1:15. Novice Nkululeko Ngwane and Comrades novice Sithembiso Nzama completed a fast sub one hour 10 km ahead of grandmaster Jayce Moodley

in 1:05. Spamandla Magwaza, VAC’s silver medallist, came through in a pleasant 1:09 with compatriot Anand and Sarah Naidoo. Ever consistent Pam Zwane, led Shirley Narainsamy in 1:22 and 1:34 respectively. Smiley Naidoo walked through the 10 km course in 1:24 , with Joey Chetty in pursuit in 1:27 , two minutes ahead of Nan, Beena Maharaj and Ronnie Rangasamy. Sachin Singh and Deon Ram-

dhani, favouring an injury, ran a moderate race in 1:32, ahead of Tharushka Sookoo and Pam Sookoo in 1:38. Ben Padayachee, Lucy Mudaly and Melisha Ramsaroop eased through in 1:45, while Queenie Naidoo and Dominic Govender completed a sub two hour 1:54 finish. Members are reminded that participation in the VAC 30 km Challenge on September 29 requires pre-registration. For inquiries, phone 083 783 6363. — Supplied.

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Participants (from left) Cynthia Zondi, Sarah Naidoo, Tharushka Sookoo, Pam Sookoo and Shirley Narainsamy.

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Members of the different sports federation receive sponsorship from Umongo Petroleum.

All systems go for the Friendship Games 2019 WEEKLY REPORTER AS the wheels of change sweep through the various communities in South Africa, Umongo Petroleum (a member of the Omnia Group) and the George Ramalu Memorial Trust (GRMT), have once again displayed their commitment to the development of sport and social upliftment in their continued sponsorship of the Friendship Games. This games will be hosted by, PHOESSA (Phoenix and Districts School Sports Association), Tonver (Tongaat and Verulam School Sports Association) and Cadssa (Chatsworth and Districts School Sports Association). Jace Nair, chairperson of the GRMT, said that their partnership with the school sporting structures to the tune of a whopping R100 000 was announced at the finals in Tongaat last year and is in keeping with the overall vision of the trust. Boston Moonsamy of Umongo Petroleum was very excited about the partnership with the school sporting

organisations. Both these leaders reiterated the fact that the late sporting icon George Ramalu was very passionate about sport, sporting and social upliftment, and that he would have given this partnership his ultimate blessings. Further, ventures of this nature are part of the greater vision of Umongo Petroleum and the George Ramalu Memorial Trust. It is also part of the directive of Sascoc which is of the firm view that all development and junior sport should be conducted via school structures. The tournament caters for the following codes of sport: soccer, netball, volleyball, table tennis and chess (divisions: 11,13,15,17 boys and girls). All schools will be part of the tournament. Pupils/players will have an opportunity to play at school and district level. Selected teams from each district will then participate in a gala day of finals on August 24. While the venue for the finals is normally rotated, the venue for the 2019 finals is still to be announced. — Supplied.

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A tribute to the Late Mr Mahilal Ramachul, beloved husband of late Mrs Dhanthira Ramachul, founder and owner of Deluxe Motors. Born in Tongaat in 1947, Mr Ramachul, pioneered into the business world and ran a successful family managed motor repair centre and car sales. Sadly passed away on 4 August 2019.

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The Mahilal Family extends a personal invitation to families and friends to attend the 13th Day Ceremony of Late Mr Mahilal Ramachul. Venue: 10 Khan Street, Metcalf Park, Tongaat 8.30am

Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure… You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure… Sadly missed along life’s way, quietly remembered every day… No longer in our life to share, but in our hearts, you’re always there. We will always love and miss you… Sadly missed by his entire family and a host of friends. The Mahilal family extends its sincere thanks and gratitude to all that assisted during our time of bereavement, and for the assistance during the funeral…Jai Shree Raam.


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