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Community members pray for the city of Kokstad at a prayer held in the CBD on Wednesday.

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stad CBD and its townships for people to see that there is a need to follow God’s ways and work with one another. “Families are facing lots of challenges, where children live without parents to give them guidance, and we have social problems like drugs and crime that need God’s intervention,”said Shona van der Lingen at the prayer procession which started at 5 pm next to the Kokstad Magistrate’s Court and ended at Kokstad Junior School.



HE KOKSTAD community held a prayer in the CBD on Wednesday afternoon, this after a chain of prayers was held by local pastors and stakeholders in the Kokstad City Hall on September 26. The Kokstad Christian Community organised the event, dubbed the Prayer Gathering and Procession 2019, with a number of prayer items. “We felt a need to pray for the Kok-








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and the Department of Correctional Services were also included. One of the community leaders, Jonathan Mbonobomvu Meth, who was at the prayer, said “Kokstad crime is not bad yet. “Drug abuse, fraud, assault, business robberies, house robberies, housebreakings are still [taking place] in Kokstad and I believe this is caused by alcohol and drug abuse.” “Kokstad residents need to work with the police to expose criminals,” said Meth.

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ed unity among Christians, peace, an end to xenophobia, social justice, an end to domestic violence, and relief for child-headed households and elderly people. Other items included: education, schools, colleges, principals and teachers, health, clinics, hospitals, staff, disability and health issues, the business sector, poverty and unemployment, crime, farming, rain, safety, labour, and transport. Good governance, traditional leaders, the municipality, infrastructure, the magistrate’s court, police

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A number of people attended the prayer, wearing white clothing and calling for divine light in Kokstad, while one man at the front carried a cross. In addition to praying for individuals and groups, Van Der Lingen said that the struggling Kokstad economy was also in the spotlight as on some days the town gets full and on other days it is empty because many people don’t have money to spend. Covering a range of issues, some of the items that were prayed for includ-





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Mount Fletcher murderer receives life sentence THE MTHATHA High Court, on October 4, sentenced former taxi owner Moeletsi Tsoho (59) to life imprisonment after he was convicted of the murder of a taxi driver whose taxi he subsequently sold in Lesotho. Tsoho was also sentenced to 11 years’ imprisonment on a count of robbery with aggravating circumstances. The sentences were ordered to run concurrently. The court heard that in May 2016, Tsoho of the Tsolobeng Village in Mount Fletcher went to the neighbouring country to sell a Toyota Quantum minibus which belonged to another taxi operator who was unable to pay the instalments and the bank was about to repossess it. When they succeeded in that unlawful sale, Tsoho received more “orders” from his cousin, a Lesotho national. A month later, on June 13, 2016, Tsoho tempted the deceased, a taxi driver who was driving a minibus belonging to his employer, to his house where he gave him alcohol and offered him a bedroom to sleep in. When the deceased was deep in his alcohol-induced sleep, Tsoho bludgeoned him to death with a knobkerrie. He later got an accomplice to assist him with disposing the body of the deceased in a culvert at Coldstream Farm in Maclear, more than 50 kilometres away, where it was discovered days later. Together with the accomplice, who became a state witness in accordance with Section 204 of the Criminal Procedure Act, Tsoho drove the

minibus taken from the deceased to Lesotho where they sold it with the assistance of Tsoho’s cousin. The minibus taxi was later recovered by police in Lesotho after already having been registered there. During the trial, Tsoho pleaded not guilty and suggested that the 204th witness was the one who killed the deceased however, when confronted with the evidence of the state, he succumbed under gruelling cross-examination by State Advocate Luvuyo Pomolo. Delivering the sentence, Judge Mbulelo Jolwana said; “He (Tsoho) never showed any remorse during trial, maintaining his innocence, which he sought to sustain through sheer craftiness, until the whole façade of innocence and ignorance about the crimes unravelled under relentless cross-examination by state counsel Mr Pomolo.” The judge agreed with the state that Tsoho’s choice of electing not to tell the full truth of what actually happened was an aggravating factor. “The person or persons to whom the vehicle was sold in Lesotho and how it got registered in that country are part of the facts that remain unknown. “Other criminals involved are walking freely, roaming the streets with a real potential to commit further crimes,” added the judge. National Prosecuting Authority Eastern Cape regional spokesperson Luxolo Tyali welcomed the sentence. — Supplied.

HARRY GWALA DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID SUPPLY, INSTALLATION AND MAINTENANCE OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL PRINTERS CONTRACT NO: HGDM660/HGDM/2019 Harry Gwala District Municipality hereby requests proposals from suitably experienced service providers for the supply, installation and maintenance of 13 multifunctional printers (copiers, fax, printer and scanners) and 2 high volume scanners for the Municipality and its satellite offices under a lease period of 36 months. Service providers are required to comply with normal business ethics. Invalid or non-submission of the following documents will lead to immediate disqualification of the tender: • Valid Tax Clearance Certificate or SARS PIN • Company Profile • Central supplier database registration. The following conditions will apply: • Prices quoted must be firm and must be inclusive of VAT (if applicable) • All bids submitted shall be valid for 90 days after the tender closing date • A signed MBD4 form must be submitted with all bids (available on our website and reception) • A certified or original valid B-BBEE status level verification Certificate must be submitted to claim Preference Points • 80/20 Preference Points System will be used in Evaluation • Your company must be registered on Municipal database. Bid documents will be available from 14 October 2019 between 08h00 to 16h00 from Finance Department, 40 Main Street, Ixopo upon a non-refundable fee of R300.00 will be charged per document. The closing date for the bidders is on 08 November 2019 at 12h00. Bids must be enclosed in SEALED ENVELOPE and clearly labelled WITH THE NAME OF THE PROJECT on the outside of the envelope addressed to: The Municipal Manager. Bids must be deposited in the bid box at the reception area of Harry Gwala District Municipal, 40 Main Street, Ixopo, before the closing date and time. Telegraphic, telexed or faxed bids WILL NOT be considered and late bids WILL NOT be accepted. All tender enquiries and all other matters shall be directed Mr X. Ndzimande, on tel: (039) 834 8700, during working hours.


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Residents call for intervention to end drug abuse SIPHELELE NKETO >>


HE KOKSTAD Child and Family Welfare Centre and Kokstad Park at Hope Street in Kokstad have become hot spots for criminal activities,” said a concerned resident who wants intervention. “What is painful is that drug users use in the park in broad daylight without being worried about the police and the park cannot be used by families to relax and have fun in. “The Kokstad Police Station is situated just 200m away from the park so, my question is, why do police fail to control the park?” asked the resident who wished to remain anonymous. Last Friday, October 4, the Fever conducted investigations near the Kokstad Child and Family Welfare Centre, where one of the female employees pointed out a place where drug users sleep and smoke within the premises. Behind the building there was rubbish and cupboards that had been dumped. A wall surrounding the centre had been vandalised as well as the fence. Three young men, who were seemingly smoking on the premises, ran away when they realised that photographs were being taken. “As a woman working at the centre, sometimes I feel unsafe because where there are drugs there is crime. This is heart-breaking because we have to deal with traumatised children who


A Kokstad park that is often inhabited by drug users. need counselling in this terrible environment,” said the female employee. A letter from the centre requesting intervention from the Greater Kokstad Municipality, SAPS and other involved stakeholders was shown to the Fever. In the letter, the centre complained about rubbish being dumped on the premises, the filth on the veranda caused by drug users, faeces that was frequently found in the yard, and the unauthorised entry of drug users. “The centre has been reporting this misconduct for the past few years with no intervention from the authorities,” added the employee. Questions about this matter were sent to the Greater Kokstad Municipality, with municipality spokesperson Nthabeleng Matshoba, who responded, saying that, in conjunction with SAPS, there are law enforcement drives

that are taking place to address the issue of drug usage around the CBD. “With regards the illicit activities allegedly taking place at the Welfare Centre, we are not aware of the alleged drug usage/peddling taking place however, these allegations will be brought to the attention of the relevant stakeholders, which is SAPS, to be investigated accordingly, while continuous efforts are being made with the relevant stakeholders through regular engagements on the matter of drug usage,” she said. The municipality reportedly has plans to properly fence the park. Kokstad Police spokesperson Captain Dumisani Ncongo said police are doing what they can to curb the scourge of drug abuse in Kokstad. He appealed to the community to assist in the fight against drug abuse by exposing the people who sell drugs in Kokstad.

Firefighters prepare for the summer fire season FIREFIGHTERS from the Eastern Cape province suppressed 167 fires in areas like Matatiele, Elliot, Barkly East, Mtintloni Forest, Ceka, Nqadu, Molteno, Joubert’s Pass, Mkhambathi, Hogsback, Cata, and Langeni during the winter fire season. The Department of Environment’s Working on Fire team announced that firefighters had been hard at work suppressing fires across the province and, in September alone, 32 fires were recorded with an estimated 10 504 hectors burnt. Joe Gqabi Municipality teams assisted in fire suppression, as well as the Greater Stutterheim Fire Protection Agency (FPA), Singisi Forest, Intsika Yethu Municipality, Sakhisizwe FPA, Matatiele Municipality, and Mkhambathi Nature Reserve. Communities were called to act responsibly and refrain from throwing burning matches or cigarette butts into dry grass or leaving candles unattended. “We also urge everyone to keep an eye on the daily Fire Danger Index (FDI) warning issued by the SA Weather Service, as that will assist them a lot.


Firefighters on duty in the Eastern Cape. “Eastern Cape Working on Fire has a total of 580 trained and physically fit firefighters based at 26 bases in the prov-

ince,”said Eastern Cape Working on Fire Provincial Communication Officer Nthabiseng Mokone.

SAPS investigate local business robberies ON MONDAY, October 7, a local businessman was robbed of R400 000 while he was walking on the Kokstad Main Street on his way to deposit the money at a local bank. SAPS reported that the man had parked his vehicle next to the bank at 9.30 am and, while he was walking to the bank entrance, he was approached by two unknown men who pulled a firearm on him and demanded money. The businessman gave them the money,

and a security guard who tried to intervene was shot and injured on the arm. Police are investigating, no arrests have yet been made. A separate case of business robbery was established for investigation at the Umzimkhulu Police Station after R3 000 was stolen from a local garage at 3 am on October 4. SAPS spokesperson Captain Dumisani Ncongo said another business robbery was reported at Highflats Police

Station on October 5. “The shop owner was sleeping in the shop when he heard a noise outside. When he went to investigate, he saw a fire next to the shop and he escaped through the back door. Robbers then threatened him with a firearm while stealing shop items, food, and money,” said Ncongo. Ncongo appealed to anyone with information on the robberies to report to the police. — Supplied.

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Galloping to success at the first rural horse riding event SIPHELELE NKETO >> A RURAL horse-riding event was held in Kokstad for the first time on October 5. At the event, held by the Greater Kokstad Municipality in conjunction with the Kokstad Rural Horse Riding Association, horses from the Horseshoe and Shayamoya townships competed for top prizes. Attending the event was Greater Kokstad Municipality Mayor Bheki Mtolo, who said the event would be held annually. “Municipal council will establish a committee that will coordinate the horse riding event to make it formal next year and to benefit the Kokstad community,” said Mtolo. The association’s chairperson, Welile Qulu, thanked the municipality for supporting the event, adding that most of the horses that participated at the event trained to get ready for the upcoming Harry Gwala Summer Cup, which will be held before the end of the year. The horse Mfazendiya won R5 000 after clinching first place in the Grade One category race. In second was Schomane, who walked away with R4 000, while in the third place was Nganono, winning R3 000. Chelinto, in fourth place, won R2 000. Other horses also walked away with prizes. Local businesses hosted food stalls at the event.

GREATER KOKSTAD MUNICIPALITY. TOWN PLANNING SCHEME. APPLICATION FOR SPECIAL CONSENT Notice is hereby given that I/ we the undersigned, intend to apply to the Greater Kokstad Municipality for special consent to OPERATE A HOME BUSINESS (CAR WASH) on PORTION 5 OF ERF 750. Situated in 56 MURRAY STREET. Plans and/or particulars may be inspected during normal office hours at the GREATER KOKSTAD MUNICIPALITY. Any person having any objection to the approval of this application must lodge such objection in writing, in duplicate, together with the grounds therefore with the Municipal Manager, P.O.Box 8, KOKSTAD, not later than: 18 NOVEMBER 2019 Name and address of applicant: MR & MRS TT DLAMINI 56 MURRAY STREET KOKSTAD 4700

GROOTER KOKSTAD MUNISIPALITEIT. DORPSBEPLANNINGS SKEMA AANSOEK OM SPESIALE TOESTEMMING Kennisgeskied hiermee dat ek die ondergetekende, van voornbeme is om aansoek te doen om die spesiale toestemming van die Grooter Kokstad Munisipaliteit ten einde OPERATE A HOME BUSINESS (CAR WASH) op PORTION 5 OF ERF 750. Gelee in 56 MURRAY STRAAT. Planne en/of besonderhede sal gedurende gewone kantoor ure te GROOTER KOKSTAD MUNISIPALITEIT. Belanghebbendes kan enige beware skriftelik indien in tweevoud by die Munisipale Bestuurder, Posbus 8, Kokstad, voor: 18 NOVEMBER 2019 Naam en adres van applikant: MR & MRS TT DLAMINI 56 MURRAY STREET KOKSTAD 4700



ESIDENTS of Ward 4 in Bulwer recently welcomed a programme that will see R12 million set aside to assist the Harry Gwala District with agriculture. This was revealed at the official launch of the Harry Gwala District Planting Season programme held at the Zidweni sports field outside Bulwer on Sunday, October 6. KwaZulu-Natal Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs (Cogta) MEC Sipho Hlomuka called for residents to use their rural land for agriculture at the event. “We are here today to say, as government, we will support farming as it presents many opportunities and the government has programmes that provide easy access to markets for farmers,” said the MEC. Within the programme, 1 500 hectares of land will be used across the local municipalities of Greater Kokstad, Dr Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma and Umzimkhulu.

Co-operatives that specialise in farming will also benefit through this programme as 600 people are to be employed to farm. The farmers’ produce will be distributed to supermarkets, schools, hospitals, and prisons within the district. Welcoming this government initiative, KZN Provincial House of Traditional Leaders Chairperson Inkosi Phathisizwe Chiliza thanked government for their commitment in empowering and encouraging communities in farming. “We have started to see the impact of this push by government to get our communities back to farming,” said Chiliza. In speaking on agriculture in the region, Ward 4 Councillor Mlungisi Zikode said: “There are four community projects in the area that have been producing vegetables and more projects will benefit. Agriculture is our ‘gold’. “Many famers in the area needed tractors previously but, now that government has showed their support, no one will be suffering,” said Zikode.


Municipal employees and project members.

Baking towards a brighter future IT WAS in 2011 that a group of five KwaMastela residents in Umzimkhulu started baking with the aim of making extra money. Soon after they established a baking project, the Emasisweni Project, which created employment for other villagers. After requesting aid, on September 30 the project received R563 370 worth of baking equipment from the Umzimkhulu Municipality. “Due to a lack of funding and baking equipment, the municipality donated baking containers and equipment as a way of supporting community projects,” said Umzimkhulu Mayor Mphuthumi Mpabanga, who said the aim of the donation was to develop the enterprise so that it can become more productive and sustainable, and always meet the market’s demands. The municipality promised to offer necessary training to project members through the municipal Local Economic Development office and other stakeholders. Before the project members received the donation, they were using home-made baking tools and working from the house of one of the project members. The total number of project members has also grown to 15, and they were very pleased about the donation.

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Ngcobo was inaugurated as the new mayor of Ugu District Municipality at a ceremony held at the Port Shepstone Civic Centre on Tuesday, October 8. Some of the dignitaries at the ceremony included KZN MEC for the Department of Social Development Nonhlanhla Khoza, Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Mayor Nomusa Mqwebu, Umdoni Municipality Mayor Thabani Dube, Umuziwabantu Mayor Dumile Ngubo, ANC Provincial Executive Committee member Mzwandile Mkhwanazi, and the former Ugu mayor, Mondli Chiliza. Ngcobo’s appointment comes after Chiliza moved on to the KZN Legislature in May this year. Ngcobo was also announced as the new PR councillor for the district as well as the newest member of the executive committee. Ugu Municipal Manager D.D. Naidoo explained that elections for the appointment of a new mayor was procedural under municipal structures on the occasion that the previous mayor vacates office during his/her term. “The mayor is elected for the duration of that person’s term as a member of the executive committee,” said Naidoo. Ngcobo, nominated by Ugu Deputy Mayor Phumlile Mthiyane, was the only nominee during the elections and was thus the default candidate for mayor. He was sworn in and vowed to serve the district with pride and dignity. During his acceptance speech, Ngcobo said his immediate task would be to address key challenges within the municipality. “We have to confront the elephants in the room, such as the challenging areas related to demonstrable evidence of poor oversight and weak oversight; officials who thrive on aligning with certain councillors and then divide the administration and affect governance and proper functioning of the municipality; rife allegations of interference and insubordination and lack of consequence management. This we must collectively address,”said Ngcobo.

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Miss SA to attend Indwangu Arts and Fashion Fair FRESH from the catwalk at the New York Fashion Week, Miss South Africa, Zozibini Tunzi, is the guest speaker at The Indwangu Arts and Fashion Fair, at the Wild Coast Sun Casino and Resort on October 25 and October 26. The line-up of what was formerly just a fashion show has been extended to include an arts and crafts exhibition and a wine tasting. “The event took place on one day in the past but now stretches over two days and is more jam-packed with things to see and do and a [more] spectacular show to watch than ever before,” says Mawande Genu, PR Co-ordinator at Wild Coast Sun. The focus of this initiative remains providing under-privileged girls with sanitary pads. Said Miss South Africa: “I’m very happy to be associated with an initiative that dedicates itself to helping young girls who, without sanitary towels, would have to miss school.” “We are providing a platform for aspiring young artists, crafters, designers and entertainers. In addition, we — in conjunction with the Walter Sisulu University and Mbizana Local Municipality — have donated R30 000 toward this cause,” said Genu. A further 60% of all proceeds from ticket sales will go toward promoting and protecting women’s dignity by buying sanitary pads for these girls. The event takes place from 6 pm to 9 pm on October 25 and from 4 pm to 6 pm on October 26. Tickets cost R80 per person per event. Mothers gain entry for themselves and a daughter under the age of 18 on one ticket. Tickets are available through


Nguse Junior Secondary School Principal Lizwe Mbele (left) celebrates Aphiwe Makhanya’s achievement (middle) with natural science and mathematics teacher Zine Mazeka-Chiliza.

Young innovator excels at expo SIPHELELE NKETO >>


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GUSE Junior Secondary pupil Aphiwe Makhanya (14), who hails from the rural village of Mfulamhle, competed against pupils from countries like Ghana, Mozambique, China, Turkey, Namibia and others in an international science fair, bringing home a silver medal and certificate of appreciation. On September 24 and September 27, Aphiwe represented her school at the Eskom Expo for Young Scientists International Science Fair (ISF), held at the Birchwood Hotel in Boksburg. Aphiwe, who is currently in Grade 9, showcased how wind affects the growth of plants. “From my research, I discovered that plants do not grow properly in places where there is high wind — they get cut and lose leaves and branches as well. “To prevent wind from affecting plants, people need to protect them by growing them next to walls,” said Aphiwe, who added that her presentation impressed judges as she scored between 70% and 79% at the competition. Accompanying Aphiwe at the expo was her natural science and mathematics teacher, Zine

Mazeka-Chiliza. The competition was aimed at young scientists across the world, giving a platform to innovators to engage with others and take charge of their lives and future careers. “The competition also helps pupils in developing a passion for science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and innovation and gives them the space to take their science interests to the next level. “The studies conducted by pupils can also develop solutions to problems faced, not only in South Africa, but globally as well,” said Mazeka-Chiliza. Regional expos were held across the country, and 19 pupils from Nguse Junior Secondary, including Aphiwe, took part in a regional expo held in Umzinto on August 13. Pupils researched biomedical science, electricity and plant science at the regional expo and Aphiwe won a gold medal for her plant science research. Nguse Secondary Principal Lizwe Mbele congratulated Aphiwe, saying: “To have a brilliant pupil like Aphiwe from the deep rural areas of Umzimkhulu is a blessing to the school.” A celebration of Aphiwe’s achievement was held at the school yesterday, October 10.

Pupils learn through adventure GRADE 7 pupils from St Monica’s school, accompanied by teachers, recently headed to Kinderstrand for a tour. They were met by four friendly guides who assisted pupils in different activities. The school thanked Kinderstand for organising the event.

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WARM greetings to the Kokstad community. SELECTION GAMES FOR DISABLED PEOPLE The Greater Kokstad Municipality has a responsibility to support special groups such as children, elderly

people, youth, and people with disabilities. As a result, the municipality has established desks within its office for all the special groups. The desk responsible for people with disabilities has programmes in place in support of its constituency. The programmes are designed to ensure, among other things, healthy lifestyles and an inclusive society. In efforts to ensure the maximum participation in all the programmes, the municipality has encouraged the formation of organised ward-based disability support clubs. It is through those ward-based support clubs that, on October 14, the municipality will be hosting the local disability game selections in partnership with the Harry Gwala

District Municipality and the Department of Sport and Recreation. The games are played at local, district and provincial level. The local games will be held at the Bhongweni Youth Centre and Bhongweni Stadium, which will be followed by the district games on October 16 at the Umzimkhulu Local Municipality. We wish our GKM team well as they are busy preparing to fly the GKM flag high in these games.


personnel is fast growing, which means that this rural-based municipality is definitely growing with a particular pace. To enhance our empathy towards our personnel, and to prohibit any possible safety risks, we have beefed up our internal committees. Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) has been uplifted with new faces and expanded scope. Our aim is to ensure that all our personnel are capacitated and empowered with safety measures while on duty and beyond. This committee will sit on a quarterly basis and ensure that protective wear is not compromised. Beyond meetings, this com-


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careers, since the world is evolving and so are careers. This expo will also benefit the out of school youth of Kokstad in career development information and opportunities available for them. The event is scheduled for October 21 and October 22 at the Skills Centre (situated in Bhongweni) from 9 am to 1 pm.

CAREER EXPO GKM, in partnership with Services SETA, has organised a Career Expo to give Grade 9 to Grade 11 pupils career development information to enhance appropriate subject selection and to better their choices on

IDP ROADSHOWS Municipalities are required by section 34 of the Municipal Systems Act no 32 of 2000 to review their Integrated Development Plan (IDP) documents after they have assessed their performance and considered some changes in their circumstances. It is against this legislative requirement that the municipality will conduct its IDP roadshows to give the community of Kokstad and its stakeholders an update on the performance progress, and for the mu-

mittee will randomly visit our sites to ensure full usage of the protective wear by our staff.

fer their skills. We strongly believe that they will network with fellow youth in order to advance their future. We would like to take this opportunity to applaud these participants.

ARTS AND CULTURE TRAINING As part of elevating the skills of our youth, in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Arts and Culture, we have auditioned more than 20 young people from all over Umzimkhulu. It was quite fulfilling to witness the amount of talent that young people of this rural-based municipality have on the theatre stage. At the event, that took place a few weeks ago, a few of the participants were nominated to attend provincial training with the view to come back home and further trans-

NSFAS ROADSHOW COMING TO UMZIMKHULU The purpose of the roadshow is to reach out to pupils and out of school youth who need NSFAS funding but who stay in areas with challenges when it comes to application resources. During the roadshows, all qualifying persons wishing to further their studies in 2020 at any public university or TVET college in South Africa will have a chance to apply for funding before the closing date and receive assistance from the NSFAS agents present on site.



nicipality to get reviewed service delivery priorities for the 2020/21 financial year from the community. The meetings will be held as follows: on October 15 at 5 pm for the Shayamoya area Wards 4, 7 and 10 at the Ward 4 Community Hall; on October 16, the meeting for Ward 7 will take place from 5.30 pm at the Extension 7 Hall; and lastly, on October 17, the roadshow will start at Horseshoe at 11 am at the JJ Mhlongo Hall before it proceeds to Ward 3 from 5.30 pm at the Kokstad Town Hall. Community members are urged to come in their numbers as these are the meetings where the municipality gives a platform to communities to list priority projects to be considered in formulation of the next financial year budget for their areas. Any enquiries may be directed to B. Mkulisi or N. Ndlovu at 039 797 6636/6641 during office hours. Until next time.

NSFAS provides funding to applicants who come from poor and working-class families, therefore we would like make a plea and urge all those applicants who meet the NSFAS requirements to apply for funding before the closing date. It is imperative that we take all necessary steps in bringing government services to the people without any prejudice or discrimination. It is on that note that, in partnership with the Harry Gwala District Municipality and NSFAS, all possible beneficiaries are invited to be at Umzimkhulu TVET College on October 12 at 10 am. As a municipality, we would like to wish all our youth success in this programme, especially because education is an undisputed key to their future and the country needs an academically inclined leader. Until we meet again.

Share your #40SecondsOfAction this World Mental Health Day THURSDAY, October 10 was World Mental Health Day. Every 40 seconds someone in the world loses their life to suicide. Every 40 seconds, a family is devastated by the loss of their loved one to suicide. The theme for this year’s World Mental Health Day was “Preventing Suicide”, and the South African Depression and Anxiety Group (SADAG), along with many organisations in the country and across the globe, hope to create more awareness about suicide prevention, as well as urge government to invest more in mental health, especially suicide prevention in our schools, on our campuses, in our workplaces, and in our communities. Since January, SADAG has received over 179 000 calls to the call centre and, of those calls, over 46 500 were suicide calls. Our team of volunteers help people every single day who feel like suicide is their only option.


SADAG, in partnership with the World Health Organisation and the Global Mental Health Campaign, urge you to take 40 seconds of action: • Create awareness that suicide is a real issue that affects real people every day in SA • Learn more about the suicide warning signs and what can be done to prevent suicide • Help reduce the stigma associated with suicide • Let people dealing with thoughts of suicide know that they are not alone • Support someone who has lost someone to suicide. Share what you do as your #40secondsofaction; or how you have encouraged others at your school, or your workplace, or your community or even your home — send your pictures, messages, updates or events to the e-mail address : or follow us on

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I am a 34 year old woman living in Port Shepstone, my number is 079 041 4465. It is true that my success is not a gift but rather a decision I made. It took me a while to trust anybody since I was destroyed by the previous doctors, sangomas and herbalists that I used in the past who did nothing for me but just took my money and offered me to sell my late parent’s house for their own gain and even cost me my business until today I cannot get hold of them as their offices and their phones are either engaged or not answered. Not knowing what else to do I called a business friend of mine for help and she was surprised to hear what had happened to me and she shared her secret of success which was a call to BABA GASELA who changed her life and she became rich through the SHORT BOYS that put R1 500 000 in her account each and every month and she would pay back R400 000 of that money to BABA GASELA. It was like a dream come true and after showing me her bank statements, I called BABA GASELA right away to also help me with the SHORT BOYS to put R1 500 000 in my account every month. After giving him my account details I only waited 6hrs and the 1st R1 500 000 was in my account and I paid him R400 000 as agreed. I then ordered the LUCKY WALLET that brings R100 000 every day and from that I pay him R300 000 every week. People if you have financial problems and suffered disappointments with previous doctors, sangomas and Herbalists, then don’t lose hope. Miracles can still happen. I witnessed it and THANKS TO BABA GASELA for changing my life. Even my husband and children came back after being separated for 4 years. My husband also used BABA GASELA as he was a gambler but has never won anything and BABA GASELA changed that by giving him the lucky numbers and he won the lotto and started his own construction company with his winnings. Thank you BABA GASELA for changing our lives and making it possible. You can also change your life.



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


CALL BABA GASELA NOW on 064 685 8648


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



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



I am originally from Margate, KZN and my cell number is 083 402 2427, I now live in Umhlanga, Durban, because of the business and properties that I have that Baba Gasela helped me to get through his wonderful miracles. To my fellow South Africans it’s your time to choose to make changes in your life this 2018. You have no more excuses for your financial problems that you have. It all started when I left Margate to come to Durban in order to continue my small restaurant business. that l had, hoping to get successful after so

many years in Margate without success or even a small change on my business until the 3rd January when l got the Fever Newspaper for the customers to read while waiting for their orders in the restaurant. I was very surprised to read the testimonies for lots of people thanking and praising BABA GASELA or the miracles he had done to them and their families for changing their lives mainly the story of the rich Indian Woman who testifies about the SHORT BOYS who put R1 500 000 in her account within 4 hrs and pay BABA GASELA R400 000 without any problems from the bank. l couldn’t waste time but to call her first which she promise and guarantee me that BABA GASELA is the only herbalist or doctor who can help me change my financial problems in life and also to boost my restaurant business until l called him and ordered the MAGIC WALLET which is helping me to boost my business by getting R100 000 each and every day and pay him back R300 000 from the R700 000 that l get every 7 days (a week). After using the MAGIC WALLET for a month, l spoke to Baba GASELA and asked him to put R2 000 000 in my bedroom using his RATS or special SHORT BOYS which he promised and guaranteed me that I will get money before 9am the next day because the day l called him, his RATS and SHORT BOYS was already booked because he got lots of customers that he is helping to change their life but l was very surprised to see the money in my bedroom when l woke up without even noticing that the RATS came to put money in my bedroom and paid him back R500 000 with a smile on my face. As l was sure that my financial problems were totally over. l am a happy woman now because of the miracles that happened to me in 2018. through Baba GASELA as l invested the money by opening different businesses in Durban and Port Shepstone. To all the business people and everyone who got financial problems but you have tried your best for your business to get successful or if you have been trying different ways to get success in your life including using different Herbalists, Sangomas and Doctors but it never works and just left you in a bigger problem than before, l promise you all that EVERY SECOND YOU WILL TALK WITH BABA GASELA BRINGS A FRESH BEGINNING AND EVERY MINUTE HOLDS A NEW PROMISE OF CHANGE IN YOUR LIFE.



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

CALL BABA GASELA NOW on 064 685 8648

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I am an White woman from Margate and my contact number is 078 296 9148. After receiving the notification from the bank that r3 million has been deposited in my Capitec account within 4 hrs through the powerful SHort BoyS of BABA GASELA,I was very excited and shocked and I paid him back r800 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. I requested the media to publish this story to appreciate for what BABA GASELA did to me by changing my life and also to inform everyone who got serious financial problems that BABA GASELA 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 BABA GASELA using the MAGIC WALLEt that brings her r50 000 every day and she paid BABA GASELA r150 000 every week from the r350 000 that she makes every week after she knew BABA GASELA 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 BABA GASELA gave her to use and they shared the money by paying BABA GASELA 30% from the money that she won. to everyone who has financial problems or were disappointed before with these fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalists, don’t waste your time looking backwards for what you have lost Its time to move on because life Is not meant to be travelled backwards. Just contact BABA GASELA now and you will be the next witness of his good work. NO LIFE WITHOUT PROBLEMS AND NO PROBLEM WITHOUT SOLUTIONS. SO BABA GASELA IS THE BEST SOLUTION TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS.


I am a well-known Taxi business woman in Newcastle KZN, I was born and grew up in Hibberdene and my contact number is 078 994 6710. I was on the verge of a financial breakdown when I read the miracle that BABA GASELA is doing to change the life of people going through financial problems. After contacting him, he explained so many different ways to change life but I chose the SHORT BOYS to put R1.8 million in my Capitec Bank Account and within 4 hrs I was very surprised to receive a bank notification that R1.8 million was deposited in my account and he said I must pay her back R500 000.00 only. I publish this story to inform everyone who has financial problems that BABA GASELA will change your financial problems. I am now a very successful businessman because of his miracles and powerful SHORT BOYS that deposited money in my account. If you want to change your life and be successful contact him now on:


I am successful businesswoman born in KZN and my cell number is 073 480 1208. To our fellow Southern Africans, its your time to make changes in your life in 2018 through BABA GASELA. I now live in Eastern Cape with my family because of business and companies that we have that BABA GASELA helped us to get through his wonderful powers and miracles that made me to be a LOTTERY WINNER and also helped my beloved husband to win LOTTERY. It all started when I read the miracles that BABA GASELA was performing changing the lives of people with their financial problems. I then contacted him for help because we were about to lose our houses because we were failing to pay our bond and loans from the banks. He gave us different ways but I chose to win LOTTO and in just 3hrs he gave me Lucky numbers that I used to play LOTTO. I was very surprised and shocked to see all the Lucky Numbers appearing on the draw and we shared the money by paying him 20% from the money I won and he also helped my husband to win the POWER BALL in November. He was very shocked with the results I got from the LOTTO because he had lost faith in Doctors, Herbalist and Sangomas after losing lots of money to them. It was until I called this Powerful Man that our lives changed. So to everyone who has been disappointed before with fake Doctors, I promise you don’t lose hope. BABA GASELA will change your life and your family to be a successful family like us because we are 100% financially stable and very successful because of his wonderful experience in herbs. Just call him and I promise it will be a new beginning in your life.


I am a businessman from Port Edward and my contact number is 082 864 2254. I am 45 yrs old and I had so many financial problems in my life before I contacted BABA GASELA. I publish this testimony to help other people who are in serious financial problems to call me anytime to hear how BABA GASELA changed my life to be successful again after I lost a lot of money to a person who called himself a herbalist from Mthatha. He promised to change my life but ended up messing up my life. I even sold my properties such as my cars and house just to do what he told me, then he vanished with my money. Everything changed again in my life after reading a page in Fever newspaper of people praising and thanking BABA GASELA for using SHort BoyS to deposit big amount of money into their bank accounts. Until I called him and he explained to me different ways like MAGIC WALLEt, rAtS, SHort BoyS, Lotto PoWEr BALL and CASINo. But because I wanted something to get the money same day then I asked for the short boys to put r3 million in my bank account and within 4 hrs the money was deposited in my account and I paid him r800,000 as agreed. My brother in-law couldn’t believe exactly what happened to me to be successful again after losing all my properties until I introduced him to BABA GASELA and he chose the MAGIC WALLEt that gave him r50 000 everyday and pays BABA GASELA r150 000 every week from the r350 000 he gets everyweek (7days). I want to tell the world that BABA GASELA can help everyone either you think you have bad luck or cursed or you have bad connections with your ancestors. I promise and guarantee you that BABA GASELA will change life completely and make your dreams come true in your family by ending your financial problems so that you can manage to pay the school fees for your kids and also help your family membes. SUCCESS USUALLy CoMES TO THOSE WHO ARE TOO BUSY LOOKING FOR IT, SO



I was born in Durban and I am now one of the successful women here in Durban, my number is 060 618 2357. To those who have serious financial problems, I am assuring you that the MAGIC WALLET of BABA GASELA will change your life forever. It all started when I read the true testimonies of different people that BABA GASELA changed their lives regarding their financial problems. I phoned BABA GASELA regarding my financial problems and he did explain different ways but I chose the MAGIC WALLET that helps me to get R25 000.00 each and every day and he promised me that I must use it for 12 months and pay him back R50 000.00 each and every week from the R175 000.00 that I get every week. Now I got my own shipping and trucking companies that I got through using the powerful MAGIC WALLET that BABA GASELA sent to me through a speed courier because I was far from his offices which I received within 24hrs after contacting him and it started working for me the same time. To my fellow business people that your things are not going fine or everyone who’s working but you still suffering in your life, don’t waste time because a successful life is waiting for you.



I am a married woman living in Pietermaritzburg, my number is 079 728 5026. I am one of the women who lost hope and lot of money to many fake Doctors, Sangoma and Herbalists. I was struggling in my life because of financial problems as I was working as a teacher in Pietermaritzburg until I met one of my old friends who I was together in the teaching college driving a very expensive car and she took me to her home which she had bought for cash without any loan or bond. I explained to her how I was struggling financially with my family and I begged her to tell me the secret behind her successful life. She gave me different newspapers with articles of different people thanking BABA GASELA on how he has helped end their financial problems. I never hesitated and I called BABA GASELA and he explained different ways but I was interested with the SHORT BOYS to put R3 million in my FNB account and within 4hrs I was shocked to receive a message from the bank that R3 million has been deposited into my account. I called BABA GASELA and it was a call of joy to ask him what must I do next with the money in my account and he just told me that I must transfer 25% to his account and I did it from the bank without any problems or question from the bank. Since then he never called or asked me anything again. I am living a beautiful and successful life that everyone deserves. I started my taxi business with that money and bought my dream house. My children are going to good schools now. No matter how hard and tough your financial problems are, I promise you that BABA GASELA will make you and your family to leave a better life.



East Griqualand Fever and Media24 have not verified whether any of the services or products advertised are safe to use or will have the desired effect or outcome. readers are warned that they should carefully consider and verify the advertiser’s credentials. EG Fever and Media 24 does not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any of the services and goods advertised.

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East Griqualand Fever and Media24 have not verified whether any of the services or products advertised will have the desired effect or outcome. Readers will note that some of the promised results in the advertisements are extraordinary and may be impossible to achieve. Beware some of the procedures and claims advertised may be dangerous if not executed by a qualified medical practitioner. Readers are warned that they should carefully consider and verify the advertiser’s credentials. East Griqualand Fever and Media 24 does not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any of the services and goods advertised.

UMNYANGO WEZOKUTHUTHUKISWA KOMPHAKATHI-Umzimkhulu AbezeNhlalakahle eMzimkhulu bafisa ukufuniswa ubaba ka Mfazwe Kwenzakwenkosi owazalwa 2002/10/30, umama wezingane kwakungu Mfazwe Nombuyiselo Elizabeth owazalwa ngo 1968/04/25, yena owashona ngo 2005/06/11. Ongaba nolwazi ngemininingwane ya baba wengane sicela afonele ehhovisi leZokuthuthukiswa Komphakathi athintane no Sonhlalakahle uMs. Dlamini ku 039 259 7043/ 079 494 0684 noma 076 94 11 342 ngezikhathi zomsebenzi.

DR MAMAZAMBIA Nayi inyanga edume uma unezinkinga ziyaxazululeka

Siyabuyisa isithandwa sakho, uma ufuna umendo uyawuthola, ubheka mina ngedwa awubangi namuntu, ukhipha abanakwenu usale wedwa, uma uya kakhulu esikhathini siyakusiza kuphele nya, siyakusiza ukubuyisa umuntu wakini owashona ngendlela engaqondakali, uma ufuna ukugudluza isitha sakho, imali esheshayo for 1 day, imali engena kwi-account yakho, sula isikweletu sesikuhluphile iminyaka, amagundane alanda imali, wina e-Casino, powerball, namakhasi uphume phambili, uthole umsebenzi ngokushesha, bethela umuzi izimoto ne-business lakho, thwala ube yisigwili, thola abantwana, uma ukhona lana ungasizakala woza kumina kuya lunga. Ngitholakala eHarding naseKokstad

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Young dancers shine at KZN Freestyle Championships KOKSTAD dancers from the In Motion Dance Academy excelled at the KwaZulu-Natal Freestyle Championships competition, held on September 21 in Amanzimtoti. The academy’s students, aged between six and 14, participated in the event and had lots of fun in different dance genres like freestyle, slow dance and hip-hop. After a brilliant perform-

ance, they took first place. “All dancers managed to bring home gold, silver and bronze medals and we are very proud of them, who always keep amassing with their brilliant talent,”said Allishia Lottering, the academy instructor. She added that five of the dancers were competing for the very first time and they managed to win their respective events.

The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children concerned: Mokhachane Mphaolode born in 2003/05/13, Mokhachane Temoho born in 2005.01.22 and Mokhachane Reothabetse born in 2017.09.02 at Matatiele, to contact Social Worker : Mr Z.Keyizana at 039 -256 11/04 /07, during office hours (07H3016H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the child concerned: Ms Dafney Nthabeleng Mokhachane of Mahosi Location – Maria zel A/A

The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child concerned: Tamane Tlotlisang born in 2010.01.24 and he was born by the late mother Tamane Puleng adelice and his father is reported to be unknown. To contact Social Worker : Miss P.Hlaki at 039 -256 1104 /07, during office hours (07H30-16H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the children concerned: Ms Damane Macasuell Francinah of Nkonoana Location – Tsita A/A in Matatiele Local Municipality.

The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child concerned: Mabindisa Nomfundo born in 2014.07.07and she was born by her late mother Mabindisa Nomfundo and her biological father reported to be unknown.. To contact Social Worker: Miss P.Hlaki at 039 -256 1104 /07, during office hours (07H30-16H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the child concerned: Mr Mabindisa Dumisani of Lehata Location – Diaho A/A in Matatiele Local Municipality

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HEN she started baking for her family, Relebohile Lebata (32) never thought that one day she would be baking for big ceremonies like weddings, appreciation parties and government events. Lebata, who hails from Matatiele, said she started baking for her family in 2014. Her love of baking developed and, as a result, in December 2014 she registered a baking company, Flavorsome Bakes and Treats, and started accepting orders from the public. “I never went to school for baking, I taught myself through online magazines, baking television shows, and baking booklets. “I also attended the Good Food and Wine Show in Durban, where I learnt more about cakes, and cupcakes,” said Lebata, who is employed at the Matatiele Local Municipality. Lebata said she spends most of her time when she is not at work baking, adding that she receives orders through social media from people all the way from Johannesburg and Durban. In speaking on her ambitions, Lebata said she wants to teach unemployed graduates about baking as a way to end poverty and unemployment in the country, saying: “I want to inspire young people about other learning opportunities that may be accessible to them. “Young people must understand that starting a home business is not easy but it needs perseverance. “I believe in learning to change one’s environment and people need to keep up with our changing times,” she concluded.

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The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children concerned: Mgwetha Avela born in 2001.08.18 and she was born by the late mother Mgwetha Thenjiswa Alzina and her biological father is reported to be unknown. To contact Social Worker : Miss P.Hlaki at 039 -256 1104 /07, during office hours (07H30-16H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the child concerned: Ms Mgwetha Hilda Nosikhumbuzo of Trustin Location – Madlangala A/A

The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of children concerned: Motloli Pholoho born in 2013.04.23 and Motloli Toka born in 2016.10.01 and they were born by the late mother Motloli Rethabile Mpai and their father the late Mr Lepheana Thabo Andries who is reported that also deceased. To contact Social Worker : Miss P.Hlaki at 039 -256 1104 /07, during office hours (07H30-16H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the children concerned : Ms Motloli Evodia Mampai of Lehata Location – Diaho A/A

The Department of Social Development, Maluti Local Service Office, Alfred Nzo District is requesting anyone with information with regards to the family of child concerned: Ndleleni Kholeka born in 2004.12.06 at Matatiele, to contact Social Worker : Mr M.G Mdladlamba at 039 -256 1104 /07, during office hours (07H30-16H00) and/ or fax 039 256 1912. To our knowledge the reported family of the child: Mrs Nogemani Nothobile Annacleta of Sekhutlong Location – Nkau A/A

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Action heats up in the women’s league as finals approach SIPHELELE NKETO >>


AST Sunday, exciting games were played at Ixopo’s Jeffery Zungu Sports Ground by football teams in the South African Football Association (SAFA) Harry Gwala Women’s Regional League. Ixopo Ladies FC, Nkwezela Ladies FC, and Diski Pros FC got six points each after successful games. Diski Pros FC faced Mount Currie Sport Academy, winning the game 2-0, and Nkwezela Ladies FC beat Great Heroes FC 2-0. Ixopo Ladies FC played two winning games, first beating Tigers FC 10-0 before they took on Umzimkhulu United FC for a 11-1 win. Following their wins, Ixopo Ladies FC moved from 45 points to 51 points. In other matches, Umzimkhulu United beat Mount Currie Sports Academy 2-0, while Nkwezela Ladies FC beat Mazabeko Ladies FC 2-0.

Diski Pros FC football players. After playing a winning game, Nkwezela Ladies FC gained six points and moved from 46 points to 52 points. The league’s co-ordinator, Lindo

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Ixopo Ladies FC preparing for the final games of the league.

Marathon aims to pay homage to struggle icons SIPHELELE NKETO >> RUNNERS all the way from Lesotho and other areas will participate at the Baphethuxolo Alfred Nzo Marathon, set to be held from Qacha’s Nek border gate, Lesotho to Matatiele North End Stadium on Sunday, October 13. Matatiele Local Municipality spokesperson Olwethu Gwanya said the route from Matatiele to Qacha’s Nek was previously used by struggle icons like Chris Hani, Alfred Nzo and others while crossing to Lesotho, adding that the purpose of the marathon is to ensure that the identity of Qacha’s Nek is sustained. It also aims to promote economic development

relations between Lesotho and South Africa and the preservation of cultures between the two countries. “For us this is a vital way to commemorate Matatiele-born political heroes who crossed Qacha’s Nek to liberate the people and further attract the world to a true African experience offered by the Matatiele Municipality,” said Matatiele Municipality Mayor Momelezi Mbedla in a statement. He added that the marathon will give runners an opportunity to experience the area’s unique natural landscape, dwellings, animal life and diversity. Runners will have a number of categories to choose from, namely: 42,2 km, 21,1 km, 10km, 5km and 1.5km for ages between six and 60.

Seasoned local netball coach makes his training official SIPHELELE NKETO >> IT WAS not easy for Sthe Matshingana, from Kokstad, to complete his netball coaching training however, through hard work and dedication, he completed his one-year netball coaching course. On Tuesday, October 8 Matshingana travelled to Durban to attend his final practical assessment in netball coaching. He said the course involved theory and practical assessments. “The course was difficult and, as a result, other students did not complete it. “We were taught proper coaching skills, like how to able to train other netballers,” said Matshingana, who has been coaching local netballers for the past six years without a certificate. Matshingana started playing netball in 2013 and has coached the U13 Seven Fountains Primary School team, U15 Shayamoya Area Secondary School netballers, U13 Kokstad Junior School netballers and is currently coaching Kokstad Col-

The happy Sthe Matshingana, whose dream is to develop local netballers. PHOTO: SIPHELELE NKETO

lege senior netball players and U14 Shayamoya Area Secondary School players. Matshingana also coaches the U20 Harry Gwala district netball players who will play at the provincial Salga games from December 12 to December 15 and, through Matshingana’s coaching skills, the U19 Harry Gwala District netball team competed at the National Netball Championships and won gold. His dream is to develop local netballers to be able to compete on the international stage.

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Detailed specifications and evaluation criteria are listed in the Terms of Reference which is obtainable from the New LED Offices, Mountain View, Matatiele or Municipal website as from 11th OCTOBER 2019. SMMEs are required to submit the following documents: Requirements for Funding • Fully completed and signed application form • Bankable Business Plan/company profile • Constitution • Valid Tax clearance certificate (SARS) • Company banking details • Certified copy of registration certificate • Proof of address of the business (to appear on the certificate) • Copies of identity documents for directors • Financial statements • Start-up – proof of ownership of land/title deeds • Three comparable quotations for each service/good being applied for. Targeted Sectors: Agriculture, Tourism, Manufacturing NB: Application forms available in the Municipal LED Office COMPULSORY INFORMATION • Matatiele Local Municipality only fund applicants that have fully filled funding application form. • The Municipality shall fund existing projects only. Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope clearly marked “CALL FOR PROPOSALSSMME FUNDING SUPPORT-” Notice No: 2019/2020 -58” must be deposited in the Bid Box located at the New LED Offices, Mountain View, Matatiele 4730. Matatiele Local Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept the Bid in whole or part, at the rates quoted. Technical enquiries should be directed to Mr V Ndaba (Manager: LED) at 039 737 8100 during office hours.


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