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‘Lots still to investigate’ after KZN ‘Isis’ bombs KERUSHUN PILLAY ATTORNEYS representing men accused of being an Isis cell in the Verulam mosque attack case want the state to account for various concerns,including “delays” in the matter. Advocate Jimmy Howse, who is representing all but two of the 12 accused, told the court last week that he had written to the prosecution and new national director of public prosecutions (NDPP) Shamila Batohi about these concerns, but did not go into detail. Defence attorneys asked the court during a brief appearance at the Verulam Magistrate’s Court to ensure that the matter did not take an “inordinate”amount of time, taking issue with the fact

that investigations in the matter are still not concluded. Nineteen men were initially arrested in connection with an attack at the Imam Hussein Mosque in Ottawa, Verulam, where a worshipper was killed and two people were stabbed. An incendiary device was ignited at the mosque. Seven have since been released. The 12 remaining accused face a raft of charges and are also allegedly linked to explosive devices being found at various Durban businesses, including Woolworths outlets. Last November, they were granted bail ranging from R3 000 to R200 000 after a marathon bail application, during which they spent 53 days in jail. One accused, Goolam Mohammed Rashid Haffejee, was granted bail of R100 000 earlier

than his co-accused. The state was supposed to appoint a new KwaZulu-Natal-based prosecutor to replace advocate Adele Barnard, who has handled this case thus far. This is because of the restructuring processes introduced by Bathoi. But Tori Pretorius, who acted on behalf of the state yesterday, said the appointment was not yet concluded. He assured the court, however, that everything would be done to “ensure continuity” in the case before the new prosecutor was appointed. He said that there was still a “vast” amount of investigating left to do. But Howse in response reiterated concerns he voiced at previous appearances. “Since bail was allowed, we’ve been pressuris-

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ing the state to complete the investigation. “We were made to understand that today a local prosecutor will already be appointed. We want assurances that investigations will be completed promptly.” Howse added that cellphones and other electronic devices seized from the accused and people close to them have still not been returned, without any reasons given. The matter was adjourned to next month for evidence to be heard about voice recordings which may link accused Farhad Hoomer — alleged to be the kingpin — to evidence the state has. He will appear on his own for that. The matter was adjourned to July for the entire group to appear. The 12 accused are: Farhad Hoomer; Ahmad Haffejee; Goolam Mohammed Rashid Haffejee; Mohammed Akbar; Muhammed Adil Sobrun; Omar Iddy; Ndikumana Shabani Umande; Thabit Said Mwenda; Mohammed Seidth; Abubakar Ali; Abasi Juma and Amani Mayan.

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OUTH Africa’s sixth general elections have come and gone, and citizens have exercised their democratic right to say who they want to be led by. After weeks and months of campaigning by the 48 political parties that registered for the elections, it was up to the country’s Independent Electoral Commission to ensure a free and fair election process. The election results, according to the IEC, which were announced on Saturday, saw the African National Congress (ANC) win by 57,51% of the votes, while the Democratic Alliance (DA) followed with 15,01%, and the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) with 10,79%. Provincially, the ANC won by 54,22%, followed by the Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) with 16,34% and the DA with 13,90%. The municipality of eThekwini saw the ANC win by 54,06%, followed by the DA with 22,84% and the EFF with 11,51% Ward results will be released at a later stage. This year saw a significant drop in people who voted as there were 26 million registered voters countrywide but just under 10 million turned out to cast their votes. The days leading up to the elections in Durban were marred by unrest over service delivery and disgruntled workers which threatened a safe election process last week. Law enforcement was intensified across the province as it was deemed to be a violence hotspot, however, it was smooth sailing at most polling stations. The Coastal Weekly spoke to local law enforcement regarding any incidents before and after the elections. SAPS Verulam spokesperson Henry Kisten confirmed that there were no incidents of violence or protest reported in the area leading up and after the elections. Tongaat SAPS’ Captain Patrick Ngwane also confirmed that there were no incidents in the area during the voting process. “Stations opened at 7am and everything was well organised, even in busy places like Hambanathi and Magwaveni everything went smoothly,” he said. • Give us your views on the 2019 elections, e-mail nkosinathi.dube@media24.com or visit our Facebook page.

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KZN to get new Premier NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com

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HE African National Congress in the province has announced that chairperson and MEC Sihle Zikalala will take over the reins as KZN Premier from the incumbent Willies Mchunu. Zikalala’s nomination comes after the party’s victory in the province during the sixth general elections that were held last Wednesday, thus ending speculation as to who will take over as premier from Mchunu. The appointment of premiers came after the National Executive meeting held on Monday and Zikalala, who had led the KZN campaign, managed to get 44 out of 80 seats in the legislature. Local ANC structures in Tongaat have also welcomed Zikalala’s appointment to the premiership position and the ward 61 branch secretary, Philisiwe Mbatha, has added that the will of the ANC has prevailed. “We feel that with him on the helm the province is in safe hands and we hope and believe he will steady the ship of service delivery in KwaZulu-Natal. We will be giving him all the support as branches going forward,” she said. Zikalala, who hails from Ndwedwe, is currently the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Traditional Affairs and also serves as the chairperson of the ANC in the province.

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Ndwedwe mayor reports back NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.con THE Ndwedwe Local Municipality mayor Nkosinathi Chili held a public report back meeting at the Mavela Traditional Court on Sunday, May 12. The purpose of the meeting was to address and give feedback with regards to service delivery issues and recent protests. The meeting was also attended by the District Mayor, Sduduzo Gumede, the Ndwedwe Executive Council as well as management. Chili responded to a variety of issues, among them the water crisis, service delivery and the matter concerning the building of a new mall. “The Ndwedwe Mall construction has been delayed by the land issue, but I hope soon it will start as the previous misunderstanding has been resolved and we hope it will bring a lot of investors to Ndwedwe,” he said. The iLembe team, led by Gumede, reported on the issues relating to the water crisis and how the municipality is planning on distributing tankers to every ward. They also encourage

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Mayor Nkosinathi Chili during a public meeting at the weekend. members of the community to monitor the process so that they know what the problem areas are. The mayor also refuted claims that he spoke on the radio and said people in Ndwedwe are illiterate and cautioned the community on entertaining gossip.

Communities warned to be vigilant during winter period NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com WINTER is around the corner and Verulam SAPS is warning communities to be vigilant. Verulam SAPS spokesperson Henry Kirsten said residents need to avoid being outdoors late in the evenings and at night. “Ensure your premises is well lit and always keep your premises locked. “Be vigilant of suspicious persons that are in and around the vicinity of your premises. Be on the lookout when entering or exiting your premis-

Sihle Zikalala has been given the KZN Premier role. PHOTO: SOURCED

es, especially at your driveway gates. Avoid withdrawing money at ATMs late in the evenings,” he said. Kisten said that residents need to avoid wearing valuables or being in possession of large amounts of cash. “Avoid walking in unlit streets or roads late in evening or early hours of morning. Always try walk in groups.” He said that the SAPS are encouraging communities to form neighborhood watches and also be part of their local community crime forum and to work closely with the police to share any information that will prevent crime.

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Mayoral Imbizo runs smoothly NKOSINATHI DUBE

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HE Ndwedwe Local Municipality, led by mayor Nkosinathi Chili, held a mayoral Imbizo and IDP Roadshow at Simunye Sports Field on Friday, May 3. The programme started off with an engagement meeting with Amakhosi, where the mayor and his executive committee briefed the traditional leaders on recent protests in Ndwedwe and how they can be handled. The Amakhosi delegation was led by iNkosi VT Ngcobo, who said that what is happening is a new trend and needs to be stopped. “We are very shocked to see such activity in the land that consists of mostly traditional leadership has been engulfed by protests as there has been no negotiations and no reports to the police and the traditional house about problems in the community,” he said. Mayor Chili then address the community of Ward 6 about the 2019/20 budget.

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Local sugarcane famers to benefit from partnership NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com

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HE beverages company Coca-Cola South Africa (CCBSA) through its Mintirho foundation has entered into a partnership with the South African Farmers Development Association (Safda) to improve sugarcane farming. The partnership will see Safda securing a R28 million interest-free loan which will see the association getting a majority stake in the fertiliser blending plant and sugarcane transporting trucks which will improve transporting of sugarcane. CCBSA has said that it is difficult to quantify the number of farmers but they are targeting all small-scale growers in KZN (and MP) as well as the land reform farmers to benefit from the fertiliser plant. “The project will be localised to a mill area which is yet to be determined although everything is pointing to Jozini where the need is the most. “It’s a long-term partnership in order to guide, manage and realise the goal of which it’s not just about providing funding,” said CCBSA. Tongaat-based farmer Swazilihle Ndlovu said the loans which have been granted to Safda for the purchase of a fertiliser plant and trucks amounting to R14 million each, has allowed farmers to participate in sugarcane value chain. “The direct benefits of these two interventions is that farmers will get lower prices for fertiliser and in the area where the trucks will operate those growers will benefit from lower trans-

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Tongaat-based farmer Swazilihle Ndlovu at one of the farms he manages. port costs. “These interventions will also lower the cost of doing business for black growers and ultimately lead to greater levels of profitability,”said Ndlovu. The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform recently committed R133 million to Safda’s fertiliser programme. The programme will benefit 11 650 emerging farmers in KwaZulu-Natal and Mpumalanga on a total of 35 000 hectares of sugarcane . CCBSA announced last year that it would be diverting R3,9 billion of procurement spend to black-owned and black female-owned companies, over three years. In March 2019, CCBSA announced that it has exceeded its first-year target by R200 million having disbursed R1,5 billion in 2018.

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Verulam: 78 Wick Street (inside Mollys hair and beauty), 083 773 3984/079 058 4872. Durban: Shop 27 first floor City gate building 140 Joe Slovo (Field) Street. (Next to Shell garage, same building as Chicken Licken) 076 071 4427


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HE eastern coastline along the Durban beaches was recently dealt another severe plastic pollution which has been a major concern for marine conservationists in recent months. The KwaZulu-Natal province has been struck by devastating floods in as many months and this saw tons of plastic waste being washed to the beaches thus endangering marine life. Last month’s Durban floods left the beaches filled with mountains of plastic waste which has begged the question about the use of plastic both domestically and commercially. Durbanites Against Plastic Pollution’s (DAPP) Steve Cowen said NGOs alone can’t do it on their own as this issue needs citywide intervention. “What can be done is that there needs to

be education about the dangers of plastic pollution and behaviour change is very vital in winning this battle. “Service delivery needs to improve in terms of waste management and there must be government funding for the workforce who help with the clean-ups,” he said. The South African Association for Marine Biological Research (SAAMBR) also weighed in on the matter and encouraged the recycling of plastic and that it should be everyone’s responsibility. “We can no longer hide from the fact that humans are creating a mountain of waste plastic. The tons of discarded plastic soft drink bottles, pieces of polystyrene, pill bottles and other items that clogged the harbour and piled up on our beautiful beaches cannot just disappear. Plastic never degrades it only disintegrates into smaller and smaller pieces,” said the organisation. He urged communities to stop pollution and recycle.

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Raising awareness on Lupus NKOSINATHI DUBE >>nkosinathi.dube@media24.com

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S May is dedicated to raising awareness on Lupus with May 10 commemorated as World Lupus Day, it is important that people know more about this “silent killer”. According to Lupus.org, “Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs). “Chronic” means that the signs and symptoms tend to last longer than six weeks and often for many years. “In lupus, something goes wrong with the immune system, which is the part of the body that fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs (‘foreign invaders’ like the flu). Normally our immune systems produce proteins called ‘antibodies’ which protect the body from these invaders. “‘Autoimmunity’ means your immune system cannot tell the difference between these foreign invaders and your body’s healthy tissues (‘auto’ means ‘self’). As a result, it creates autoantibodies that attack and destroy healthy tissue. “These autoantibodies cause inflammation, pain,

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and damage in various parts of the body.” Mogie Padayachee from Tongaat, who has Lupus and is studying towards her Master’s in psychology, said living with Lupus is not always easy. A Lupus diagnosis can be devastating and lifechanging. “When explaining what Lupus is to people, I usually say it’s an autoimmune disease that Mogie Padayachee shares her experience of affects my organs. I have to say that this is one of suffering from Lupus. the hardest parts of having Lupus. Most people PHOTO: SUPPLIED have heard of it but have no clue what it is. A lot of the time, I just don’t explain it to people because I honestly don’t have the energy to explain that my body derstand why people who don’t have Lupus don’t unis at war with itself. In simple terms, Lupus is a disease derstand it, because I, someone who has Lupus, don’t in which your immune system thinks your body is a virus always understand it either,” she added. and starts attacking your body and organs,” she said. Lupus is a debilitating disease that is totally unpreShe further explains that Lupus affects your every- dictable. It is a misunderstood autoimmune disease day life in various ways, including daily pain, stiffness, that ravages different parts of the body. It is difficult to no energy to even walk to the printer at work, etc. Lupus diagnose, hard to live with, and a challenge to treat. Lurequires a person to be extra cautious about the weather pus is a cruel mystery because it’s hidden from view and and temperature, both indoors and outdoors, so they undefined, has a range of symptoms, and strikes withknow what level of pain to expect. “Lupus does not just out warning, and has no known cause or cure. go away. And just because you cannot see Lupus, or my If you or someone you know would like to share their symptoms from it, does not mean it isn’t real. I can un- story with us, e-mail nkosinathi.dube@media24.com

>> THE Verulam Cancer Support Group is hosting a Cancer Survivor/Care-giver “meet and greet” afternoon on Saturday, May 25 from 3.30 pm at the Verulam High School. Anyone interested in attending can kindly WhatsApp their name to 083 668 3015. >> Bhahma Kumaris will host an Overcoming Fear and Stepping into Love talk on Tuesday, May 21 from 6.30 am to 7.30 pm at 45 Hillary Drive, Ballito. The evening talk, drawing on the spiritual principles and reflective practices to help one unveil the blockages of fear and release the beauty, power and wisdom of the innate self. This presentation will be offered by experienced meditation teachers from the Brahma Kumaris. They are Sr Pratiba, who has over 30 years of experience and is visiting from Johannesburg, and Dr Raksha, who is a palliative physician. Bookings are essential. Please WhatsApp Debra on 063 577 1271. All welcome. Free of charge. Donations welcome.

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CLASSIFIEDS & SERVICE GUIDE WW Properties Tongaat Tongaat 1400 3 bed fully fitted flat @ R830 000 LIFT CLUBS 4 bed house @ R1.1M Belgate New Phase 1441 2 bedroom house o/plan Transport required for lounge + kitchen +lug @ school child from Crawford R550 000 onco North Coast. Please Rentals Central Tonwhatsapp/call: 072 744 gaat 8116 5x 1 bed units with 2 plate stove + bic , price varying from R4400 excl, prepaid PROPERTIES lights & water 2x3 bed flat @ R6500 excl Call Selva 083 703 8665 or 084 512 5896 (o) FLATS TO RENT 032-944 3203

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Outbuilding to let prefer couple. 1 Bedroom KTB, R3000pm including. Zones Belverdere. Contact: 081 394 2762/072 538 8617

Chelmsford Heights 4 B/Rooms, MES, 2 with BIC & Aircon. 2 Lounge, F/F Granite Kitchen, Outbuliding Surya Heights Bath, Toilet, B/Guards & Verulam. 1 B/, O/P, Alarm L/K,T/B, prepaid lights D/LUG, F/F Yard, Floors excl W. R2000 W/Couple. F/Tiled Contact: 072 841 2692/078 R1 350 000 211 8668 Waterloo Brand new 3 b/room open plan, FOR SALE Lounge, dining, kitchen, 3201 toilet & shower R585 000 Waterloo Ahmed Estates 2 b/Rooms, lounge, kitBelvedere - 3 Bed Duplex chen toilet & shower fully fitted, Kitchen BIC, F/Fenced Fully tiled, Close to R310 000 schools & amenities – Belgate R750k neg. Vacant Land Belvedere – 4 Bed, LDK, R215 000 MES, Carport. Buffelsdale - ground Contact: 074 887 3250 floor flat, 3 b/room, 2 with bic, lounge, f/f granite kitchen, floors f/tiled, toilet & shower, aluminium winDuplex for sale dows with b/guards. Gandhinagar Tongaat R650 000 Upstairs 2 bed /toiBurbreeze - 3 b/rooms, let/bathroom. Downstairs dining, f/f granite kitchen, lounge/diningroom.Double toilet & bath, carport, carport/private garden garage, f/f yard. R630 000 Phone 084 579 3171 Sahiti Coastal Estate vacant land. R610 000 Watsonia - 4 b/room, Sky Properties Logo mes, 1 bath, 2 toilets, bic in 3 b/rooms, 2 lounges, Central CBD Flat 3 beds dining, f/f granite kitchen, bic,lounge,ktb, R850000 LUG & carport, f/walled. New f/brick flat 2 beds R1.750M bic,lounge,g/top kitchen,s/lug R965000 Desainagar - 3 b/rooms, MES, bath, bic in b/rooms, Chelmsford hts lounge & dining f/f caesarHouse 4 beds bic mes,2 stone kitchen, gated lounges,kitchen estate, excellent seaviews. g/top,s/lug R1.35M R1 495 000 No transfer Brakevillage 4 beds,lounge,kitchen,1bed Duty. Belgate - house, 3 flat,s/c/port R1.45M b/rooms, MES, bath, Maidstone lounge & dining, kitchen, 3 beds bic,lounge,s/lug,1 porcelain floor tiles. bed flat R999000 R830 000. Jan Roz Belgate 5 beds bic 2 3 B/Rooms, MES, Bath, mes,lounge,d/room,ff Kitchen, Lounge, & Dining g/top kitchen,s/lug,2 bed Floors F/Tiled flat R1.1M RENT TO OWN 10 YEARS Fairbreeze R10 000 PM land 2687m2 with old house and 2 bed o/building K.Naidu & Associates R1.2M Suite 5/6 KNA Centre, Sandfields 1 Watson Street, Ton3 beds bic mes,lounge,d/room,ff gaat g/top kitchen R899000 Tel: 032 944 5001 To view call Marusha Cell: 082 939 1814 0734382344 or Gan 0824419012

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Outbuilding to let in Mithanagar Tongaat 2 B/R,Kitchen,T/B excl L/W Contact: 084 702 3189/032 552 5296 Outbuilding to let Mountview Verulam 2 Bedroom, lounge, Kit, T/B incl W, prepaid lights R3800. Contact Anisha 072 071 9944 Wastonia drive 2 bed, lounge, dining room, toilet/shower. Contact: 032 944 3653/083 798 3439 Watsonia Granny Flat 3 Bedroom,lounge,kit,D, Bath/Toilet. Contact: 072 734 8497

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Purpose of the job: To manage the Cutting Room, to ensure daily cut figures are maintained, meeting customer requirements, quality standards, and delivery dates. REQUIREMENTS Good knowledge of Block & Match Good planning skills Be able to work overtime Manage & Discipline staff QUALIFICATION / EXPERIENCE: Matric with maths Computer Literacy EXPERIENCE: 5 years experience in cutting room Management Versatile on the Bullmer Automated Cutter, Preferable Versatile on all Accumark functions Experience on Manual cutting / Lectra / Assyst Only people with Clothing manufacturing experience can apply! No chancers! Please scan cv in pdf format only

Closing date: 20 May 2019 Celrose Clothing 25 Walter Reid Road, Maidstone, Tongaat Email: bmaharaj@celrose.co.za Tel: 032 438 7300 | Fax: 032 945 3984


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weeklywheels Keeping life comfortable: the 2019 Kia Sorento GORDON HALL KIA’S Sorento SUV was facelifted in 2018 with new grille, fog lamps and headlamps (LED on certain models), revised sheet metal, new colours and new wheels. The present SA range consists of four models. All use the 2.2-litre, Kia R-family diesel, seat seven when needed and have an eight-speed automatic gearbox. Designed in-house, it offers slicker shifting, a more direct link between engine and wheels, and lower emissions. It changes smoothly and kicks down promptly on demand, without any flare or fuss. Manual override is controlled by the gear lever and there are no paddles. You have four choices: LX or EX trim, with 4x2 or AWD. Although ground clearance is a pretty fair 185 mm, think of AWD as a safety measure for retaining traction on wet roads, in mud or snow and for improved cornering. The car does all the thinking for you, allocating power to each axle as needed. A selectable infographic lets you watch as power is transferred between front and rear axles. In extreme conditions, like ice and snow, you can lock the centre differential to maintain power distribution at 50:50. It’s also useful for light goat track driving if the mood takes you. LX grade gives you alloy wheels, ABS with EBD and ESC, hill start, parking sensors and reversing camera, power windows with onetouch and antipinch all around, smart entry, pushbutton starting, six air bags, IsoFix with top tethers, dual-zone air conditioning, cruise control and leather upholstery. Don’t forget auto-on lights, welcome and escort functions, heated, automatically folding mirrors with indicator repeaters, eight-inch display

with navigation and CarPlay (Android Auto via your phone), 40:20:40-split second row seat backs, 3.5” TFT information screen, a four-way drive mode selector (more on this later) and front fog lamps. EX, priced R30 000 higher, adds fast defogging of the front and rear screens; illuminated door scuff plates; electric adjustment with lumbar support of the driver’s seat; an auto-dipping interior mirror; LED running lamps and rear combination lamps; roof rails and wireless smartphone charger. It earned a more stringent than normal, IIHS (Insurance Institute for Highway Safety) Top Safety Pick Plus certification for 2019. FOUR-WAY DRIVE MODE SELECTOR ECO, Normal and Sport automatically customise engine, gearshifting and steering responses to each driver’s operating style. Briefly, you could “train” your car to drive the same way in all three modes, but that isn’t the intended idea. Fourth is Smart mode. It anticipates the driver’s intentions and switches between the other three as needed. Candidly, we found the gearbox reacted quickly in all modes so there is little danger, even in ECO, of being “caught out” should an e

The four-way drive mode selector allows customised engine, gear and steering responses to each driver’s style.

mergency situation arise. THIRD ROW SEATS These pull up out of the floor and are meant predominantly for shorties. Entry is from the left and requires that passengers be small and flexible. Knee room is quite generous but head room is not for taller folk. The area has its own stash boxes, cup holders, head restraints and belts. SECOND ROW SEATS Almost limousine like, these are more generous. Leg room adjusts from almost nothing to luxurious, provided the third row is not in use. Head space is plentiful. Seat backs split 60:40, with an option to split the wider section to provide a load-through. Each major portion adjusts individually, including recline angles for the backrests. Repeater vents at the rear of the centre console, reasonable storage (the door bins are narrow), second USB and 12-

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Victoria take netball honours at mini games V

ICTORIA Primary School was the proud winner of the eight-year-olds’ Mini Games Netball tourney which was held recently.

Mitchford make Circuit final MITCHFORD Primary School were crowned winners of the Girls Soccer Under-13 semi-final in the Billy Nair Circuit won against Mbonis-

weni 4-0 in a play-off last week. They will participate in the Circuit Manager’s Cup final. — Supplied.

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The Victoria Primary School’s winning netball team.

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The Mitchford Primary Under-13 girls’ team.

Everest Heights Inter House athletics

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EVEREST Heights Primary School hosted its 50th Inter House Athletics at the school grounds on Tuesday, April 30. Eagle House were crowned winners on the day. — Supplied. Sta ff hold the winning house’s trophy.

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Winning team with a representative from Tshimong, Ms Angelinah M Mokokeng.

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Yearly Memorial Service of the Late Mrs Pathma Poonigan (Patsy)

Second time lucky for Mountview CONGRATULATIONS to Mountview Secondary School (MVSS) Debate Team on winning the provincial round of the Absa RTW Debate Challenge 2019, organised by Tshimong. The team beat Glenwood Boys’ High in the finals and as provincial champions will represent KZN at the National Championship in Sandton. Robert Mathenjwa ranked as the best speaker of the tournament. Thea Juanita Earnest ranked second and Unam Mjoli ranked third. The newest member of the team, Esethu Sokhulu, also performed exceptionally well. — Supplied.

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