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37-YEAR-OLD man was arrested by Hibberdene police for allegedly killing his wife in Hibberdene last Wednesday. According to police, at 8.15 pm the deceased (39) was with her husband at the Leisuredene area when he fatally shot her. “She sustained gunshots wounds to the head. The suspect reported

the matter to the police, claiming that the deceased was shot by two unknown males,” said police spokesperson lieutenant colonel Thembeka Mbhele. However, Mbhele said an intensive police investigation eventually linked the man to the murder. The suspect appeared in the Umzumbe Magistrates Court on Monday this week. The case was remanded until November 19 when the suspect will apply for bail.

SAPS work to eradicate local drug trade appeared in the Port Shepstone and Scottburgh Magistrate courts. One of the suspects,a 61-year-old As part of an ongoing operation to eradicate drug local trade, five sus- man, was found in possession of 800 heroin capsules. His case was postpects were arrested in Port Shepponed to November 16 and he restone and Scottburgh last week. The suspects were aged between mains in police custody. In the Port Shepstone case, the 23 and 61 and were arrested after they were found with a total of 1575 four males who were arrested apcapsules of heroin with an estimated peared in court on November 8.Two street value of R50000. The suspects were granted bail and will make an-

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other appearance early next year . The other two remain in police custody and will make their court appearances on November 16 and 20. “Such operations are continuing throughout the province and drug dealers should be aware that they will face the same fate soon as festive season operations have been stepped up,” warned Colonel Thembeka Mbele.

Man stabbed to death at Gamalakhe tavern OMEGA NGEMA >>omega.moagi@media24.com A THIRTY-FOUR-YEAR-OLD man from Gamalakhe was stabbed to death during an altercation at a tavern in Kwa Xaba ward in Gamalakhe last Wednesday.

The police have identified the victim as Sanele Ngidi. Port Shepstone police spokesperson Captain Petros Mpinge said the deceased sustained stab wounds to his chest after allegedly having an argument with another client at the tavern.

“He was rushed to a clinic where he was certified dead. “A murder case has been opened for investigation at Gamalakhe SAPS,” said Mpinge. The suspect appeared in court on Friday and the case was remanded to December 5.

Margate Saps bids farewell to two retiring officers TWO members from Margate SAPS bid a sad goodbye to their much loved colleagues and friends during a farewell ceremony at St Michaels Sands Hotel on Friday, November 2. Captain Gerald Mfeka,Communication and Media liaison officer in Margate, loyally served the organisation for 24 years. He gained a wealth of experience from working in various fields such as crime prevention, human resource management and media relations. Everyone will miss his calm nature and sincere smile.Mfeka’s wife Sibongile and their three children were on hand to witness the warmth and love that Margate SAPS has for the retirees. SAC Aileen Wilson joined the SAPS in 1993 as a tele-communications operator and also worked at Loss Management and Registry. She has two sons and a daughter who have been her constant support over the years. Lieutenant Colonel SE Neethling described SAC Wilson as the ultimate pro-

fessional who will be remembered for her exceptional telephone manner and helpful nature. She was someone who was always prepared to put the needs of others ahead of her own. The function was attended by officers and members from Port Shepstone and Margate SAPS as well as the retirees’ family members and friends. Among them were Brigadier W illiam Slabbert, Station Commander of SAPS Margate, who reminded the audience how important it is to commend and thank those who have made a positive impact on our lives now , and not wait to do so at their memorial services. A number of speeches by senior management and colleagues recounted all the good times and fond memories shared, and impressed on everyone attending how much these two members will be missed. Everyone agreed that the retirees look too young to be pensioners, but wished them a PHOTO: SUPPLIED healthy, happy and long retirement. Brigadier William Slabbert (left) and Margate SAPS Management hand over a gift to Captain Gerald Mfeka (far right).

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HE Fairview community embarked on a clean-up project in their area last Saturday, November 10. The clean-up was initiated by DA ward councillor Noah Cele, and focused on the commercial area of Fairview, which is also the entry point into the community. “This area is like the face of our community so it is important that it is kept clean to present a good image to potential tourists as well. This clean-up was also important in educating our community about the importance of not littering and keeping our environment clean and safe,” said Cele. He expressed his thanks for the support of members of the community, Nonto Mqadi and his team, Vicky Notch and her team

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Paddock couple facing eviction fear a homeless Christmas “We were living at the Bluff in Durban at the harson. The day before his uncle’s funeral, the Farqutime, however we were unemployed so we packed up all our things and left for Paddock, ” he harsons were served with a 24-hour notice to vaHOMELESS couple moved from Durban said. Soon after they started working at the farm, cate the premises by the new owner. Without anywhere to go,and with no resourto Paddock about a year ago on the prem- they realised that the reality of their employment ise that they would work and stay on a sug- was very different to what was promised to them. ces or transport, Farquharson said he sought help from legal aid,who presented him with a letAt the farm, the Farquharsons were never ar cane farm,but now they claim they were never paid a cent and so, to survive, they sold off most ter to give to the owner stating their reasons for remunerated and are further facing eviction. being unable to move and the legal ramifications Lawrence Farquharson (57) and his wife Pa- of their property to the locals in the area. Gradually, Farquharson said things started to of forcefully removing them. tricia (48) say they have found themselves in a The eviction notice was served to them in Audesperate situation after accepting what seemed deteriorate for them at the farm and the manager . Curto be a “dream job”from a farm manager around that had made all the promises to them left.Far- gust however it was extended to December quharson’s uncle, who was living with them,also rently, the Farquharsons say they find themthis time last year. selves facing an issue of impending homeless“My late uncle used to work at the farm and died from what was said to be natural causes. “Well, one day he got up to go to the toilet and ness. one day he called us saying that there was an opportunity to work and stay at the farm, as was re- collapsed and died.They said it was due to natural “We have been looking all over for homeless layed to him by his then manager ,”said Farquhar- causes, however it still came as a shock to us be- shelters that we can move to,but most of the placause he seemed perfectly healthy,” said Farqu- ces require someone to be earning a pension or son.

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social grant, otherwise they are not even bothered to help,” said Farquharson, adding that Tent City in Margate would be willing to take them in but not their two dogs. The manager at the Department of Agriculture in Port Shepstone,Alseen Cwele,said issues of land and farming relations were usually dealt with by the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform,however the incident in particular seemed to be an employer to employee relations dispute, in which government departments usually did not intervene. “These kind of situations are usually completely dependant on what the agreement was between the two parties upon assumption of employment or residence at the farm,” said Cwele. The farm manager could not be reached for comment at the time of going to print.

Municipality clamps down on illegal dumping FEVER REPORTER RAY Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM) is taking the war on illegal dumping to all communities within its boundaries. In heeding the Thuma Mina call by President Cyril Ramaphosa, the senior leadership of the Ray Nkonyeni municipality, led by mayor Nomusa Mqwebu together with councillors, cleaned up Emashembeni along the main Harding Road,near Murchison, recently. Hundreds of passing motorists and members of the public witnessed the leadership in action as they donned their gloves and picked up several bags of litter from the area. “The ANC welcomes the municipality’s tough stance on illegal dumping and we urge all our communities to be part of their efforts towards ensuring cleaner,safer communities,”said Selvan Chetty from the party . RNM mayor Nomusa Mqwebu and Exco council“We want to also thank the many communilor Sipho Dlamalala doing their bit to clean up. ty volunteers who sacrificed their time to asPHOTO: SUPPLIED sist in the clean-up campaign,” said Chetty.

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Addressing a media briefing in Port Shepstone last Thursday, (from left) was UGU South Constituency head Rishigen Viranna, KZN premier candidate Zwakele Mncwango, and DA Cogta spokesperson and MPL Hlanganani Gumbi.

DA premier candidate visits South Coast communities vice delivery issues, on their tour. “We also met with the people from Umzumbe. They are in a situation whereby a municipal KWA-ZULU NATAL premier candidate Zwakele manager was abusing her power to issue govMncwango visited the Ugu district last Thursday ernment tenders to her partner and therefore the to listen to the some of the challenges faced by community has protested for the total shutdown of the municipality until the said municipal mancommunity members in the area. ager is removed from office,” said Mncwangu. Mncwangu visited areas such as Umzinto, He said the DA would initiate an application Mkholombe, Masinenge, and Marburg in atfor Department of Cooperative Governance and tempts to ascertain where communities best Traditional Affairs (Cogta) to investigate the matneed assistance. He said they identified a few problem areas, ter at Umzumbe, so as to do away with alleged such as the ongoing water issue and other ser- corruption within the municipality.

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Going back in time with the History Society

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Standing outside the conference venue construction site, (from left) South Coast Tourism Port Shepstone Area Committee Chairperson John Irvene, Kavier Mohan, Tourism CEO Phelisa Mangcu, Neera Mohan and Trish Mohan.

ROYSTON Hall in Umtentweni, which is also Ria Hackland’s home and now a beautifully-restored guesthouse, was visited by 19 members of the Southern Natal History Society on Saturday, November 3. Visitors enjoyed tea and cake on the colonial-style verandah, while enjoying the scenery and each others’ company. Mary Neethling told the story of a South African officer, John Robinson Royston - aka “Galloping Jack Royston” who enlisted in the British army and for some time led regiments of mounted Australian soldiers at the Battle of Romani, among others. He was given the nickname after he rode up to his troops several times during the first world war , encouraging PHOTO: SOURCED them to fight. Brigadier-General John Robinson The History Society meets on the Royston was a South African-born first Saturday of each month to explore military officer who became nicka different historical venue. named by the Australians as ‘Gallop— Supplied. ing Jack’.

Iconic landmark in the pipeline for Sheppie OMEGA NGEMA >>omega.moagi@media24.com

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OUTH coast business tourism is in for a major facelift as a0001 seater conference and exhibition centre is currently being built in the Mbango area just outside Port Shepstone. A 29-year-old accounting graduate from Marburg, Kavier Mohan, did not waste time when he conjured up the idea to build a groundbreaking landmark on the Port Shepstone landscape, and got into the project right away. Now, about six months away from completion, the construction promises to not only to be an eye-grabbing landmark, but also a huge attraction for tourism, particularly business tourism in the area. Kavier, together with his father and business partner Trish Mohan, pitched the venue to South Coast Tourism CEO Phelisa Mangcu on Thursday, who received it with great excitement. Mangcu said ever since moving to

the South Coast and assuming the position as CEO of South CoastourT ism in recent months,it has been her main mandate to improve business tourism in the area. She added that the centre would also add to the appeal of Port Shepstone as the commercial hub of the South Coast, and this would be a huge selling point. Trish echoed Mangcu’ s sentiments, adding that it was time that the South Coast moved away from selling itself only as a leisure destination, with areas like the blue flag beaches. “It is high time we start attracting tourists by showing them the real South Coast, where people live and work. Port Shepstone is the epitome of that,” said Trish. A first for the South Coast (the largest venues currently in the area only take up to 300 seats), the new venue boasts a 1 000-seater conference hall, which could be turned into a multi-purpose centre likened to venues such as Nasrec Expo Centre and Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg.

The conference centre will be stationed amid other exciting upcoming developments as an integrated intermodal facility including a new shopping mall as well as a new state-ofthe-art magistrate’s court just a stone’s throw away from the site. The centre is due to be launched in April 2019. “We welcome the development of this multi-purpose conference centre, which realises a vision we have for the KZN South Coast of diversifying the traditional leisure tourism offering. Meetings, conferences and events contribute significantly towards increasing tourist traffic and driving local economic development within destinations,” said Mangcu “Up until now we have had the capacity to host smaller, more intimate conferences and special events for up to 300 delegates, whereas this number will now be boosted to host up to 1 000 delegates in the central business hub of Port Shepstone.This will give us a product of significant size to take to the market, ” said Mangcu.

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YOUNG entrepreneur from Bhobhoyi is set to represent the South Coast on the world stage after being selected to be a guest speaker at an international social media conference this December. Muhle Ndwalane, a student at the University of KwaZulu-Natal and an Executive Member of Enactus UKZN, was selected by the university to attend the Enactus World Cup 2018 in Silicon Valley, California (USA) on behalf of Enactus UKZN. The Enactus network is made up of students, academic leaders, and business leaders who use entrepreneurship as a tool to empower communities. Annually, teams come together at the Enactus World Cup for collaboration, competition, and celebration. Following the selection,Ndwalane was then invited to be a guest speaker at the International Social Media Conference 2018, being held on December 4 and December5 in Manchester, UK, to showcase his expertise. “This invitation was extended to me because I am currently running a digital agency company called Asante Solutions which specialises in graphic design, digital marketing and web development, and I’m also the new Enactus UKZN Executive Marketing Director,” said Ndwalane. The conference is a platform

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where various speakers around the world are invited to share their insight on important topics such as Influence Marketing, Social Media Hacks, Chat-bots, Content marketing, Online Brand Management, Digital Strategies, and more. “One of my objectives was to show other students that it is possible to achieve greatness. Furthermore, I want to share the knowledge I have accumulated with anyone who finds it interesting,” said Ndwalane. Born and raised in Bhobhoyi,Port Shepstone, Ndwalane was raised by

a single mother who used to work in the clothing factories in Marburg. “To ensure that we always had something to sustain ourselves, she used to walk about 14km to and from work everyday,” recalled Ndwalane. Ndwalane attended Adams College boarding school in Amanzimtoti where he matriculated, an experience that, unbeknownst to him then, would shape his ability to adapt in varying work environments. “Today I work with various people in different industries to positively impact other peoples’ lives,” he said.

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of being single.” Mbala is currently working on a second book, which she says encourages men to speak out against abuse.

A YOUNG debut author recently published a book which she believes has an important message for all women out there. Zikhona Mbala (24) began writing when she was in Grade seven and has now flourished into a budding author. Mbala was born in Lusisiki, in the Eastern Cape, where she completed her schooling. She then completed her tertiary education at Coastal College in Durban. Now she travels in between the South Coast and Durban. Her book, titled My Heart Deceived Me, is a fictional work about a young woman going through family tribulations who eventually contracts HIV from her partner. According to the author, she began writing the book in 2016. It was published this year and launched in Johannesburg. Mbala is still trying to find a distributor in the KZN region, but said the feedback she has received so far has been very motivating. “I’m glad the book has been educational to so many people.I’ve heard of many readers who say they have gone through the same thing.This just motivates me to keep writing and reach out to more people,” she said. Due to the controversial nature of the book, Mbala said her mother initially did not approve but she is now very proud of her daughter’s success. Her message to other women out there, whether they have read the book or not, is that, “Getting married can be a good thing,but if you don’tget married, it is not something to be PHOTO: SUPPLIED ashamed about. Don’t give your whole Zikhona Mbala’s first book, My Heart life to someone just to avoid the shame Deceived Me, was published in 2018.


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Local artists set to shine at Molo Summer Street Festival FEVER REPORTER

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SUPER charged lineup of talented local artists has been confirmed for the first ever Molo Summer Street Festival set to rock the Wild Coast Sun on November 24. The vibrant music festival is a celebration of summer and authentic South African entertainment. Music fans will be treated to performances by emerging local artists who each bring their special blend of entertainment to the festival —

from house music and hip hop DJs, to street dancers and Afro-pop singers. “The Molo Summer Street Festival is a social event that aims to showcase the raw talent of artists from the Alfred Nzo Region in the Eastern Cape to the lower South Coast of KZN,” said Mawande Genu, the Wild Coast Sun’s PR and promotions co-ordinator. “We are excited to give a diverse array of emerging local talent a platform to perform,” Bunene Ngewu, the Molo Sum-

mer Street Festival organiser, added: “The coast is filled with talented youth in the space of arts and culture and with that said, the coast also has plenty of platforms as well, but many focus on bringing national artists to their stages. “We want to give local artists a chance to shine.” Tickets, priced at R50 per person, will be available at the entrance to the Molo Summer Street Festival, which will take place in the W ild Coast Sun’s undercover car park.

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Hospital bids farewell to long-serving staff members FEVER REPORTER MANAGERS, colleagues and friends met at Stages Restaurant on October25 to bid a fond farewell to long-serving employees of Port Shepstone Regional Hospital,Carol Coetzee and Desiree Du Randt. Both women have somewhat become part of the hospital and not having them around will take some time for many of the hospital’s staff to accept. Mrs Coetzee announced her retirement after a staggering 36 years of service. “Seeing how things have changed and improved in Port Shepstone Hospital up to now gives me so much satisfaction,” said Coetzee. Over the years she has grown from being a nurse who worked in the wards and outpatient departments, to finally being a monitoring and evaluation manager. She was thanked by the hospital manage-

ment for her time and contribution to the outcome- and evidence-based strategic decisionmaking that promoted a culture of evidencebased learning and adaptation. The other employee,Ms Desiree Du Rant,felt that after having served the hospital for 30 years, a change was inevitable, so she took a transfer under her current human resource manager post to the Ugu Health District office. “There have been lots of great moments over the years and I’m delighted and honoured to have worked with my amazing team in the human resource division and the entire management and staff of Port Shepstone Hospital, ” said Du Randt. Both employees were given tokens of appreciation and thanked for their efficiency and contribution towards the growth of the hospital to what it is today. Fellow staff members said they were all going to miss Coetzee and Du Rant, and wished them well in their future plans.

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Mlambo. She said most South Africans will need a blood transfusion at some point in their lives. However, alarmingly, less than one percent of South Africans regularly donate blood.One person donating blood can save a minimum of three lives. Adding to this, a whole generation is being lost to the donor community due to aging and accompanying health challenges. With an older generation unable to donate, Millennials and younger adults are increasingly crucial to our country’s future blood sustainability. “Despite SA’s youth forming almost 50% of the population, we are critically low on donors. To increase donations, we have partnered with Global Citizen to engage the youth to donate between now and November 22,2018 to earn tickets to the Global Citizen Festival Mandela 100. It is our sincere hope that they will continue to donate once the Mandela 100 campaign is over ,” said Mlambo.


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WO pupils from Margate Primary came out tops at the Ugu Mental Maths Competition recently. Luphawu and Neo Mnikathi, in Grade four, and Luphawu Phakade, in Grade six, came first and second respectively in the circuit for their outstanding performance in mental mathematics. They were awarded at a function held at the Genesis Youth Centre on November 14. The school extended congratulations to the pair on their excellent performance.

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Pupils from Ohlangeni Primary having fun at the beach. tive centres in Margate, including the Tourism Information Centre, as well as some shopping malls and markets. The crew ended off their day with some OHLANGENI primary school in Gamalakhe took their Grade R pupils on an educational and swimming at the Margate beach and a filling lunch before embarking on the journey back recreational tour to Margate on Friday. home. The pupils enjoyed a fun-filled day with “The tour was fun as well as productive beteachers Slindile Thushini,Dennis Maphumulo, and Bawinile Zulu,as well as a member from the cause we got to show the pupils all the things we usually talk about in class in the real world, ” said school’s governing body, Sfiso Lushaba. The tour included visits to various informa- Tushini.

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Izingolweni Primary awards academic excellence Izingolweni Primary held their awards ceremony on Wednesday, November 7. The ceremony marked one of the days where the school celebrated the fruits of academic excellence. According to Mrs Sibongile Zama, the Deputy Principal, the true spirit of the school is “Striving for excellence”. In her motivational message to learners,key-

note speaker for the day Samkelisiwe Khumalo highlighted the five keys to success: passion, hard work, dedication, self-respect and mentorship. The academic office expresses gratitude to the school principal, the governing body,the parents, learners and most importantly the educators as well as the Awards Committee that made the day a tremendous success.

Promoting healthy smiles all around AN oral hygienist from Colgate in Durban recently visited St Martin de Porres School. During her visit, Wandisa Ndindwa emphasised the importance of brushing at least twice a day and following a healthy diet to keep teeth strong and healthy. She met with a group of very excited grade R,one,two and three pupils and left them with big smiles and new toothbrushes and toothpaste from Colgate. — Supplied.

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A tribute to my friend could speak on any topic and was so witty. The last time I saw her , she was so overjoyed. A school counsellor wrote in a magazine some- After my accident, she picked me up and kissed also thing I will never forget.It goes like this: “If you me, even though she was half my height!eW are listening to someone, listen with love.” This shared the same birthday. Goodbye Reetha. I will miss you. is so powerful and reminds me of someone who BOOI (NATASHA) was very special to me.I lost a dear friend of mine Marburg recently. We spent quality time together . She Dear Editor,

onto a wheelchair, to my car. Fortunately, a security guard helped me get her into the back seat. Then, round the corner to South Coast Hospice. What a difference! You could actually feel the caring spirit and attitude of the four or five staff who came to help her. She was admitted at about 5 pm on Thursday, and we were called on Friday morning at 8 am to come urgently. She took her final breath at 11.30 am. Just before she passed on, the lady behind the desk came to us, joined hands, and prayed with us. Every member of Hospice staff had a quiet, caring, helpful and loving attitude to both patient and family. Thank you, thank you South Coast Hospice. There are no words in the dictionary to say how grateful I am for the Hospice experience. MICHAEL WRIGHT Southport

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staff between the function venue and a central dropoff area, usually their offices. However, this still means that staff need to get home on their own steam, and not enough time has passed between the venue and the drop-off area for staff to realistically sober up. THERE ARE A FEW OPTIONS BUSINESSES CAN CONSIDER FOR THEIR STAFF: • Providing alternative transport — businesses can contract taxi services or other private transport services to transport staff from their homes to the function and back. • Transport subsidies – businesses can purchase taxi service vouchers to subsidise their staff transport, allowing staff to pay for the remaining amount themselves, if applicable. They can also offer to reimburse all or a portion of their staff’s chosen transport method. • Sober incentives – businesses can incentivise some or all of their staff to stay sober and act as official designated drivers, safely seeing home those who over-imbibe. • Keys-back-on-sobriety – businesses can agree with staff to take possession of their car keys at the start of the event, and only hand them back if the employee passes a breathalyser test. Those who pass can be safely entrusted to see themselves home, while they can arrange transport for those who don’t. Regardless of the chosen option, businesses should take care to keep their staff informed of the risks of drunk driving. They can provide educational material on the legal blood alcohol limit and encourage staff to act responsibly wherever possible. By making disposable breathalysers available for self-testing at the event, businesses are able to provide their staff with the means to take responsibility for their actions. Company culture plays a large part in encouraging responsible drinking. Peer pressure drinking in the form of “fines” and insistence on drinking shots is common practice in many businesses. While it may be “all in the name of fun”, it can encourage reckless behaviour and should only be culturally practiced when businesses have taken the appropriate measures to adequately protect their staff. In conclusion, the silly season may be upon us and should be celebrated with enthusiasm and fun, however businesses are cautioned to take care of their people, so their people can continue to take care of them. — RHYS EVANS, DIRECTOR AT ALCO-SAFE

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Dear Editor, My sister had cancer, which despite six chemotherapy treatments at Inkosi Albert Luthuli Hospital in Durban, spread to her liver and bones. I fetched her from Durban last Monday for her usual one week stay with us in Southport. I was distressed by her yellowness, inability to stand and walk properly, and her talking was slurred. On Thursday I phoned our regional hospital to send an ambulance to fetch her. I sat with her in casualty for five hours, waiting for a specialist to come down from the wards to see her. The two or three doctors in casualty showed no concern or care, as did the nursing staff. I personally had to struggle to get her off her stretcher and onto a wheelchair, to the toilet and back. No help. When the specialist finally arrived, I asked him to give me a letter to Hospice, which he did. It then took me half an hour to get her out of her casualty stretcher

Christmas decorations are up in stores, reminding us that the year is drawing to a close. Whether or not businesses choose to shut down over the December period, most businesses choose to throw their annual year-end staff parties between now and year-end. For many companies, this is an opportunity for all staff to get together to celebrate the highs and lows of the year, for staff to be rewarded for their efforts and to generally eat, drink and be merry. Year-end functions are celebrations and, typically, alcohol is freely available. While this means staff are able to let their hair down and over-imbibe, it also means many people are intoxicated before they get behind the wheel of a car. RULES AND REGULATIONS The Health & Safety Act — and most company policies — forbid alcohol consumption and drunkenness on work premises during working hours, however there are no such rules for after-hours parties, especially at off-site premises where most year-end functions are held. Due to this, not many businesses make provision for their staff for getting home after an office party where alcohol is freely available. The results can be detrimental, with some staff never making it home due to an alcohol-related incident. The onus is on the individual to practice safe driving habits and avoid consuming too much alcohol at parties. However, people tend to get caught up in the celebratory mood and, after a few beers or glasses of wine, safety concerns fly out of the window. WHAT ARE THE RISKS? Although businesses are not legally obligated to ensure the safety of their staff once they’ve left the premises, it’s in their best interests to try make provision, if only because attendance to these events are typically considered mandatory, and should expect staff to partake in alcohol as freely as they do the food. Apart from the moral obligation towards staff, looking at the risks objectively, businesses can be negatively impacted in an operational sense if staff drive home intoxicated: it costs more to replace staff, whether temporarily or permanently, than to look after existing employees properly. Showing appreciation for staff by providing them with an all-expenses-paid event is a wonderful concept however, businesses should be protecting their staff, too, and this means taking care of them after the event in whatever capacity they can. WHAT CAN BUSINESSES DO? Many businesses arrange shuttle services for their

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die stelling van ‘n bekende historikus dat die oorlog se soldate aan beide kante ‘Leeus’ was wat deur ‘Donkies’ aangevoer is. ‘n Insident wat uitstaan was toe die Britse opperbevelhebber, Generaal Douglas Haig, tydens ‘n aandete met sjampanje ver agter die linies, ‘n mede-offisier meegedeel het indien hulle die volgende dag minder as 20-duisend man verloor, die beplande operasie ‘n sukses sou wees. Die bevelvoerders aan albei kante het inderwaarheid skaak gespeel met soldate in modder-loopgrawe. In ‘n stadium was die gemiddelde dienstyd van ‘n peloton-aanvoerder 35 minute vandat hy aangewys is as plaasvervanger vir sy dooie voorganger, totdat hy self doodgeskiet is. In 1984 was ek bevoorreg om in Frankryk teenwoordig te wees by die inhuldiging van die nuwe monument by Delvillebos, waar Suid-Afrika op 20 Julie 1916 meer as drieduisend man in een veldslag verloor het. Van die 3 153 soldate wat die bos binnegegaan het met die opdrag om dit tot elke prys te behou, het net 142 oorleef. Net een van die oorspronklike bome in die bos, wat totaal verwoes is, het toe nog geleef, en die omliggende aarde was ongelooflik ongelyk as gevolg van die bomkraters. Om die dorpie Longueval was die rye en rye wit kruise op

die grafte van duisende soldate, almal mooi versorg, van verskeie lande. Toe daar tydens die openingseremonie ‘n paar minute se stilte gehandhaaf is en almal na die name op die monument gestaar het, was dit so stil jy kon die bomme hoor bars, terwyl die oorlewende boom met sy bewegende blare bygedra het tot ‘n emosionele belewenis. Onderweg per pad terug na Parys het ons verby kilometers en kilometers se witkruisbegraafplase gery met landerye tussenin wat nog deur hedendaagse boere, baie van hulle afstammelinge van die eienaars van 100 jaar gelede, bewerk word. Oor die eerste tien kilometer van Delvillebos af was daar minstens elke 500 meter monumente en standbeelde ter nagedagtenis aan verskeie lande se regimente wie se soldate onder die wit kruise begrawe lê. Dit ruk jou. ‘n Nuusagentskap het verlede week interessante inligting bekend gemaak oor die 10 900 soldate wat op 11 November voor elfuur gesneuwel het. Een van hulle was Augustin Trebuchon van Frankryk, wat minute voor elf doodgeskiet is toe hy na makkers toe gehardloop het om hulle te vra waar hulle die vrede gaan vier. Om twee minute voor elf is die 25-jarige Kanadees George

Vroulief en ek was verlede naweek saam met by vriende by ‘n oord in die Drakensberge, en Oom Pottie het die fort by die Watergat gehou. Ons het vooraf ooreengekom dat hy, afhangend van hoeveel mense sou wou kom rugby kyk, die Watergat om normaalweg tienuur Saterdagaand sluit. Hy het navraag gedoen, en so min mense sou opdaag dat dit nie die moeite en bykomende koste ( oortyd vir die werkers ens.) werd was nie. Die Watergat was dus donker en gesluit toe die spanne in Parys op die veld draf. Ons groepie het in die oord se dameskroeg gesit en kyk, en die teleurstelling was op almal se gesigte opmerklik toe die Springbokke in die eerste helfte lyk asof hulle lood in hul voete het. In die tweede helfte het dinge begin beter gaan, en die hoop het begin opvlam. Tot ons almal se verbasing het hierdie Franse span gespeel soos ons hulle in jare nie sien speel het nie. Dalk was dit die rede waarop dinge tot in daardie stadium so sleg vir die Springbokke verloop het. Moontlik te oorgerus? Weereens was daar

verspeelde kanse, en Faf de Klerk het weer ‘n ‘afdag’ gehad, veral met sy skoppe, al het hy baie vinnig by die losskrums ‘skoongemaak.’ Hy herinner my aan Willie le Roux en Elton Jantjies. Wanneer hulle goed speel grens hulle aan briljant, maar wanneer dinge verkeerd loop, is hulle ordinêr. Vyf minute voor die einde het ek besluit die Springbokke gaan verloor, nog ‘n rukkie gesit tot die 80 minute om was, want die eindfluitjie sou enige oomblik blaas, en ek en vroulief is kamer toe. Kwaai teleurgesteld en omgekrap. Die volgende oggend skakel ek die radio aan om nuus te luister, en na berigte oor die jongste manewales van Julius Malema en kie, vertel die nuusleser ons die Springbokke het die Franse gewen. Verbasing is nie die regte woord nie. Totale ongeloof dalk. En hoe lekker was dit nie om die laaste tien minute van die wedstryd later die oggend weer te kon kyk en daardie laaste drie te sien nie. Tesame met die Proteas se spogvertoning teen die Aussies het dit ons Sondag totaal opgevrolik. Ons storie van die week kom van Lencel van Margate, wat dit per Whatsapp aan my gestuur het: Oom

Koos gaan tandarts toe en sê: ‘Luister, ek wil twee tande laat trek en twee laat stop. Maar voor jy begin wil ek eers weet wat dit gaan kos’. Die Tandarts gaan haal sy pen, boekie en sakrekenaartjie en werk die sommetjies uit. Tandarts: ‘Oom, dit sal oom R4,200 kos.’ Oom Koos: ‘Nee seun, dis te veel man. Wys my eers wat het jy alles op daardie boekie geskrywe?’. Tandarts: ‘Oom, dis R600.00 vir die verdowingsmiddels’. Oom: ‘Nee, nee, ons het nie sulke goed in ons tyd gehad nie, haal dit af. Wat is daar nog?’ Tandarts: ‘Die gereedskap wat ek moet gebruik kos so R1 000.’ Oom: ’Nee seun, haal dit af. Ons het in ons tyd sommer ‘n draadtang gebruik. Waar is jou draadtang? Dan kan jy dit moes gebruik.’ Tandarts: ‘Ja oom, ek het ‘n draadtang. Sal hom net moet gaan soek.’ Oom: ‘En wat is daar nog in jou boekie?’ Tandarts: ‘Dis die antibiotika en ander medisyne wat die pyn en infeksie keer. Dis ook duur.’ Oom: ‘Nee, nee, haal af. Hoekom gebruik julle nie sommer brannewyn of mampoer soos wat ons gemaak het nie? Nou op hoeveel staan ons nou op die boekie.’ Tandarts: ‘Dis nog so R1 000 oom.’ Oom: ‘Dit klink beter. Sê my, wanneer kan ek die tannie inbring?’

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Price deur ‘n Duitse skerpskutter gedood. Price, die laaste Statebond-soldaat wat gesneuwel het, lê begrawe baie na aan die Brit John Parr, wat die eerste Statebondsongeval in die oorlog was. Hy is op 21 Augustus 1914 doodgeskiet toe die oorlog minute oud was. Een minuut voor die vredesluiting is ‘n 23-jarige Amerikaner, Henry Gunther, deur Duitse masjiengeweerkoeëls neergevel. Hoewel die Duitsers eers bo-oor hom geskiet het om hom te laat platval ( hulle het geweet vrede was net sekondes in die toekoms ) het Gunther aangehou storm en

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Misverstande Mense praat soms by mekaar verby. Dis waar van tientalle situasies in die lewe. Heidi Grant Halverson beskryf in haar nuutste boek hierdie tipiese menslike verskynsel.(www.theatlantic.com)Tim was bestuurder van ’n maatskappy en het homself ten doel gestel om sy span te laat verstaan dat hy hulle insette waardeer. Na die tyd kom iemand na hom toe en vra waarom hy so kwaad vir hulle was? Sy antwoord was dat hy nie kwaad was nie, maar net intens geluister het. Sy liggaamshouding het egter die indruk geskep dat hy kwaad was.Ja, daar is talle redes waarom ons mekaar misverstaan. Soms is dit net verkeerde verwagtinge wat nie behoorlik uitgespel is nie. Soms is dit iets heel onskuldig soos die verkeerde lees van iemand se gesigsuitdrukking. In Matteus 26:57 tot 58 is Jesus Christus gevange geneem deur die Joodse Raad van daardie tyd. Hy is op pad kruis toe en daar vind ’n gesprek tussen Hom en Kajafas die Hoëpriester plaas. Dit is duidelik dat hulle op verskillende golflengtes is. Die rede is dat twee wêreldbeskouinge met mekaar bots.Dit gaan oor die Tempel van destyds en Messiasskap.Jesus is besig om God se nuwe wêreld in te lui.Sy Naam beteken mos ook Immanuel, God by ons. God is nou oral teenwoordig waar Jesus ingryp in die gebroke bestaan van mense deur genesings, bevryding van bindinge en die herstel van God se heerskappy.Kajafas wil nie verstaan nie. Hy is van die staanspoor af gekant teen enigiets wat sy gemaksone bedreig. Hy en Jesus praat by mekaar verby, want hulle verteenwoordig verskillende wêrelde. Helaas was Kajafas en die heersende godsdienstige sisteem van die dag,vyandig teenoor Jesus se boodskap.Jesus het hul rustige lewe kom versteur met Sy boodskap van hoop en bevryding. Kajafas wou nie luister hierna nie daarom swyg Jesus. Christene kry al meer met vyandigheid te doen, want die wêreld vind ’n boodskap van bekering en leef volgens die beginsels van God se Woord vreemd. Die waardes van die Christendom en die sekulêre wêreld bots.Soms help dit om te swyg soos Jesus maar aan te hou goed doen. Die liefde oorwin altyd die kwaad.


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ALINGANISELWA kwizigidi ezingu 1,7 abantu KwaZulu Natali asebelanda imishanguzo yabo eduze nasemakhaya abo, ngaphandle kokuchitha Imali begibela amatekisi kumbe bavuke ezintatha ukuze babe ngabokuqala kulayini wokuthola imishanguzo. Kubongwa uhlelo lweCentral Chronic Medicine Dispensation and Distribution (CCMDD)futhi ziningi izakhamuzi zaKwaZulu Natali ngokunamathela ekuthatheni imishanguzo yabo yezifo ezingumahlalekhona, ngoba izibhedlalela nemtholampilo ayigcwali ngenjakuqala kodwa sekwehile. Lokhu kuvele ngoLwesihlanu lapho uNg-

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qongqoshe wezeMpilo, uDokotela Sibongeni Dlomo evula ngokusemthethweni imitholampilo yaso-Ombimbini naKaHhewulana abangaphansi kwamasipala wasoLundi. Selokhu kwaqalwa loluhlelo lweCCMDD ngonyaka ka-2014, izindawo ezilinganiselwa ku-4557 zokulanda amaphilisi abagula kakhulu sezabekwa kwelaKwaZulu Natali. UNgqongoshe uthe bajabule kakhulu ngokuphumelela kwaloluhlelo. “Lento ichaza ukuthi abantu bakithi abanezifo ezehlukene, okubalelwa ushukela, isifo samathambo kumbe isandlulela ngculazi, sebeya kanye ezinyangeni ezintathu etholampilo ukuyolanda imishanguzo yabo,” kusho yena.

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Inhlangano igqugquzela ezolimo INHLANGANO engenzinzuzo iHarry Gwala Agri (PTY) LTD eyasungulwa commercial farmers in the Harry Gwala District Municipality of KwaZulu-Natal ngethemba lokwakha, livuselele ugqozi, bacobelelane ngamakhono, ukubaluleka kokunikezela kwesikhathi kanye nokuhlinzekela kwezezimali kwabalimi abasenza kancane. Manje lenhlangano isikeka izinhlelo eziningi ezingaphansi kwendawo ezilwasana ukugadwa kokudla, inikezela ngoxhaso oludingekayo, ezisa abading amathuba okukhulisa ulwazi futhi isiza abalimi asafufusa. Ingqikithi yalenhlangano ukuthi idlale indima yokuba umgqugquzeli ekuhlinzekeleni abalimi basendaweni ngamakhono azobasiza bathuthukise ulwazi lwabo ngokuba abalimi futhi babaseke ngezindlela ezihlukene ezikhona kule-project yomkhandlu. Ngokubaphakela ulwazi mayelana nabalimi bentengiselwano, ukuxhumana ispiliyoni kanye nokufinyelela kwezezimali ukuze baq-

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ede ubumbha obubhekene nalomkhandlu. Umphathi wale-project, uMnuz Dylan Weyer uthi lomkhandlu kanye nabalimi basendaweni baqala ukusebenzisana ekusizeni abasafufusa kodwa lokhu bekubuyeke kube inkung ngenxa yokuthi abalimi laba abantengiselwayo bamatasa kanti usizo oludingwa ilaba abasafufusa lukhulu kakhulu. “Lenhlangano ingumama walama project ngoba iyona ephakela lawa angaphansi asemancane ngokubapha izinsiza kusebenza, ulwazi futhi ibalethela abantu okuyibona abasobasiza babaphe uxhaso,” kusho yena. Uyivale ngokuthi lezinhlelo zamanje zixhaswe ziqukethe iznto eziningi ezahlukene okubalwa kuzo internship (in-service training) ezonikezelwa abafundi bezolimo Esayidi College eseMzimkulu, eqguqguzelwe iHarry Gwala Agri, abalimi balomkhandlu kanye namaphethelo futhi laba bafundi bazothola isibonelelo njalo ngenyanga esivela kubaxhasi eszibasiza ukuthi bazinakekele.

UMCULI waseThekwini uSibusiso Mash Mashiloane uqokwe emikhakheni emibili kumcimbi wezindondo obizwa ngokuthi Africa Music Awards (AFRIMA) ozobanjelwa ezweni laseGhana, e-Accra ngomhlaka 24 kwephezulu (November). USibusiso Mash Mashiloane ongumculi wejazz, ogama lakhe alidingi nakuchazwa ngoba ngisho esikoleni wayephasa ngamalengiso futhi unogqozi nobufuqufuqu bawo loluhlobo lomculo kuvele ukuthi uneziqu zeMasters in Jazz Performance futhi waphasa ngamalengiso enyuvesi yaKwaZulu Natali (University of KwaZulu Natal). Lo mculi oqokelwe emkhakheni we-Best Male Artist kanye neBest Artist in Africa Jazz, ngengoma yakhe ethi Niza ethathwe kwicwecwe lakhe lesibili elaziwa ngokuthi Rotha-A

Tribute to Mama ayikhipha ngonyaka odlule uthe ujabule ngokungalinganiswa nalutho ngokuqokwa kwakhe. UMash uveze ukuthi lengoma aqokwe ngayo kulemikhakha yombili, ikhuluma ngemumva lakhe, lapho akhululela khona. “Lengoma ikhuluma ngethoya lalapho engisuka khona,” kusho yena. Kanti uthe ujabule futhi uyaziqaja ukuthi uzobe emele izwe lakhe, iNingizimu Afrika kulomcimbi wezindondo i-AFRIMA. “Mina nomculo wami sakhiwe indawo engibiza ngekhaya futhi ngabe angikhiqizi lutho ngaphandle kokuthola ugqozi kwizwe lakithi kanye nedolobha lami,” kusho yena. Abafuna ukuvotela uMashiloane bangavakashela iwebsite ye-AFRIMA ku-https://afrima.org/voting2018 ukuze ezokwazi ukubuyisa lezizindondo eNingizimu Afrika.


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15 November 2018

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

After receiving the notification from the bank that R1.5 million has been deposited in my Capitec account within 4 hrs through the powerful SHORT BOYS of CHIEF NGUBANE,I was very excited and shocked and I paid him back R400 000. After so many doctors, Herbalists and Sangomas failed to help me with my financial problems for so many years and they kept asking for more money but without even getting any results or change in my life. I requested the media to publish this story to appreciate for what CHIEF NGUBANE did to me by changing my life and also to inform everyone who got serious financial problems that CHIEF NGUBANE is the only best Doctor or Herbalist who can help you to end your financial problems like the way he ended my suffering after I was introduced to him by old fellow Street Vendors who she was selling the fruits in the Street but she’s a very successful business woman now after she was helped by CHIEF NGUBANE using the MAGIC WALLET that brings her R50 000 every day and she paid CHIEF NGUBANE R150 000 every week from the R350 000 that she makes every week after she knew CHIEF NGUBANE through lots of testimonials that was published In different newspapers for people praising and thanking him for changing their lives through financial problems like the Testimony for Zukiswa Nyembezl, a lady from Eastern Cape who won the LOTTO through the lucky numbers that CHIEF NGUBANE gave her to use and they shared the money by paying CHIEF NGUBANE 30% from the money that she won. To everyone who 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 CHIEF NGUBANE now and you will be the next witness of his good work. NO LIFE WITHOUT PROBLEMS AND NO PROBLEM WITHOUT SOLUTIONS. SO CHIEF NGUBANE IS THE BEST SOLUTION TO SOLVE YOUR PROBLEMS. JUST CALL HIM ON: 064 751 3461.

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

After making a final decision of committing suicide because of serious disappointment that I had get from this fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalist after I went to them to boost my business and they told me sell my house and other properties because of bad things that jealous people put and take the money to them for prayers so that I can start new life with the money after they done the prayers with it and also it will be increased. When I went to visit them in there office in Johannesburg I was very shocked to find there office closed and there contacts numbers on voice mail until today my money gone like that. It was very hard for my family,friends even party members to believe my story after I lost everything that I worked for my entire life until one close business partner also a party member a well known business man in KZN because he owned lots of filling stations,lodges and hotels in most areas in KZN told me his secret behind his good position in ANC party and his successful life for him to be one of the richest people in Margate that Chief Ngubane was the one who help him using the SHORT BOYS by putting R2 000 000 in his FNB account within 4hrs and paid him back R500 000 and remain with R1,5 million which he used to start the business as his capital, after one month he contact Chief Ngubane again to use his RATS to put R1.5 million in his house which it happen with 6hrs and he paid him back 20% of it, without even a single instructions or rules about the money and he never even involve or mention about ancestors. He told me to buy Sunday news papers to read others miracles he done to different people like the Zulus, Xhosa and I even surprised also to read about an indian business woman testifies the truth of her wealth. I couldn’t waste time but to call this great man and I also choose the SHORT BOYS to put R2 000 000 in my Nedbank account and he promised that before 3pm afternoon the R2 000 000 will be In my account because In the morning the SHORT BOYS was already fully booked with other customers to put money In there account and anywhere they wanted It. After receiving a notification from the bank that R2 000 000 has deposited In my account it took me sometime to believe that am not dreaming until I went inside the bank and withdraw R50 000 without any question from the bank about the transaction that was done and I paid him back R500 000. After a week I also spoke to him about the LUCKY WALLET which he posted through speed counter and I get R50 000 everyday and I make R350 000 every week which I paid him back R150 000 every week. About the story that was published in different news papers in January about a man who won the LOTTO in KZN Province, he was my husband who I introduced to Chief Ngubane which she used the secret LUCKY NUMBERS that Chief Ngubane gave her to use and win Lottery and the share the money which Chief Ngubane took 30% of the winnings. To my fellow politicians, business people or anyone who has serious financial problems even those who tried before with fake Doctors, Sangomas and Herbalist like me before but it never work. I am promising and guaranteeing you that Chief Ngubane is the right way to successful life. REMEMBER YOUR FAMILY FUTURE IS IN YOUR HANDS” - JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE ON: 064 751 3461

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

Ngalahlekelwa yithemba ko Dokotela kanye nezinyanga emva kokuba sengichithe imali eningi kubona,emveni kokuba ngifunde iphephandaba langomhlaka 11 January, ngalunda ngowesifazane ohlala ePitoli, Lona owesifazane wawina I-LOTTO ngezinombolo eziysithupha ngomhlaka 21 January ayezinikwe u-Chief Ngubane. Ngazama ukuthola inombolo yocingo yowesifazane emaphephandabeni ukuze anginike izinombolo zika-Chief Ngubane. Ngazama ukumlonela ukuze sihlangane kodwa Imlzamo yokuhlangana aylphumelelanga ngoba wayekude. Wanglchazela yonke Into oclngwenllndlela aslzangayo abantu waqlnlseklsa ukuthilmaillyabuya uma umsebenzl ungenzekanga. Kodwa ngathatha Islnqumo sokukhetha Islkhwama senhlanhla (LUCKY WALLET) eslngl1akela imali nsuku zonke. Futhi ngenza imali eningi ngeviki. Ngingayisebenzisa imali noma ikuphi nangendlela engithanda ngayo ngaphandle kwemigomo nemibandela ephuma kuyena, kodwa kumele ngikhokhe u30% njalongeviki. Ngesikhathi ubaba ehluleka ukukhokha imali ayeyibolekeebhange, ibhange lathatha umuzi nakhokonke sasala singenayo indawo yokuhlala kungaleso sikhathi ubaba wakhetha abafana abancane (SHORT BOYS) ukuba bamfakele imali. Ayeyidinga kungakapheli amahora amane (4hrs) futhi wamkhokhela u 25% eseyitholile imali ngaphandle kwezinkinga njengoba wayethembisile. Kulabo asebelahlekelweyithemba ko Dokotela nasezinyangeni kwezezimali ungachithi isikhathithinta u-Chief Ngubane ngiyathembisalulhi nginesqiniseko, uzoshitsha implo yakho njengoba ensile kimi nomndeni wami. IZINYEMBEZI NGEKE ZIKULETHELE INJABULO KODWA INJABULO INGAKULETHELA IZINYEMBEZI. THINTA U-CHIEF NGUBANE KU- 064 751 3461

BEST SOLUTION TO END YOUR FINANCIAL PROBLEMS

After getting divorced from my husband that I was with for 22 years and 4 children. Life was very difficult for me,the bank took the house, the car and some of my personal things leaving me stranded as I could not continue to pay the bond and the loan that I took from the bank because my husband told me to resign from my good job that I had in the mining company without knowing his plans of divorcing me after that I gave my pension money that the company paid me to start a business and he ended up marrying another woman and left me and the kids with nothing, until I read the miracles of CHIEF NGUBANE that was published In the newspapers through a widow thanking CHIEF NGUBANE for changing her life through THE SHORT BOYS that put 1.5 Million in her bank account within 4 hours and paid him 20% without any problems. After contacting CHIEF NGUBANE and explaining to him my story he posted the LUCKY WALLET to me through a speed courier and I received it the next day. I was very scared because it was my first time I used traditional things until he gave me the easy instructions and I started getting R50 000 the same time and every week I am getting R350 000 which I then pay R150 000 to him every week. I can use the money anytime, and anywhere without any problems. after 2 weeks I visited him with my brother so I could thank him personally for changing my life and also to help me to win the LOTTO on the next draw. I was very shocked to see all 6 numbers appearing on the draw. And I paid him 30% of the money that I won. My brother ordered the RATS to put R1,5 million in his house which CHIEF NGUBANE promised him that he would get the money early hours of the next day because the rats were already ordered by other customers the day we visited him and he paid him back R500 000 after he got the money. So to everyone who has financial problems it is your time to believe that there is only 3 C’s in life CHANCE ...... CHOICE .... CHANGE TAKE THE CHANCE AND MAKE THE CHOICE THAT WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE! JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE ON: 064 751 3461

INDIAN BUSINESSMAN REVIEWS THE TRUTH ABOUT HIS SUCCESS

I am 45 yrs old and I had so many financial problems in my life before I contacted CHIEF NGUBANE. I publish this testimony to help other people who are in serious financial problems to call me anytime to hear how CHIEF NGUBANE 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 CHIEF NGUBANE 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 CHIEF NGUBANE and he chose the MAGIC WALLET that gave him R50 000 everyday and pays CHIEF NGUBANE R150 000 every week from the R350 000 he gets everyweek (7days). I want to tell the world that CHIEF NGUBANE 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 CHIEF NGUBANE 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 JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE NOW TO BE THE NEXT SUCCESSFUL PERSON ON: 064 751 3461

UNGAVUMELI INHLUPHEKO IKUPHUCE AMAPHUPHO AKHO

Igama lam nguMandisa Dungane wase kokstad, umkhwenyana wam wandishiya mna nabantwana bam eminyakeni esixhenxe eyodlula waya komnye umntu. Zange ndikwazi ukuzibhatalela izinto zam zasendlini ezinye ezandizikweleta kunye indlu yam nemoto ndasendingakwazi ukuzibhatalela, lonto yandishiya mna nabantwana bam sihlupheka salahlekelwa nalikhaya. Ndaye ndazama ukumlwela umnyeni wam kodwa ndahluleka, ndazibona ingathi andingomzali osisibonelo ebantwaneni bam futhi andizamanga ukukhusela ikhaya lam. Ndandinga kwazi nokuthenga isidlo esicacileyo ukuba badle abantwana bam.Ndiye ndazama umsebenzi wasemakhitshini kodwa imali yayingonelanga ukuba ndikwazi ukudla nokuba ndivuse ikhaya labantwana bam.Ndathi emvakweminyaka ndihlupheka ndabona kuncono ndikhangele uncedo ndabhalela imisakazo yonomathotholo ndashiya incukacha zam kunye nenumber 0661187119 kamakhalekhukhweni ndicenga ndicela umntu ongandinceda ngomsebenzi ,kwathi ezintsukwini ezimbini ndibhale ileta ndafumana umxeba osuka kwinkosazana ithile eyandichazela ngoCHIEF NGUBENI nokuba wamnceda kanjani ngenxaki zakhe zemali ngokusebenzisa impuku zemali ezazimfakela iR50.000 yonke imihla ekuseni endlini yakhe wabe sekembhatala iR200.000 zonke inyanga, waphinda wasebenzisa abafaba abafutshane ukuba bamfakele iR2 000.000 ebankini yakhe yena wabesele ebhatala R200.000, kwabanzima ukukholelwa losisi kodwa ndagqiba kwelokuba ndike ndizame ukwenzela abantwana bam,ndaphonela UCHIEF NGUBANE waye wandicacisela ngento yonke endandifuna ukuyazi ndaye ndacela i-MAGIC WALLET,ndaye ndothuka xandafumana isithonga semali enga ngoR50.000 yonke imihla njengokuba wayetshilo UCHIEF NGUBANE.Ndabe sendimbhatala iR150.000 ngeveki. Ndaye ndabanomdla ndaqhubeka ndacela amanani Elotto ndadlala ndawafumana onke amanani. Mandithathe elithuba ndibulele kuwo wanke umntu owandinceda kakhulu kulosiso wandiphonela wandazisa UCHIEF NGUBANE.Kuwo wonke umtu onenxaki zemali kunye nabo kudlalwa ngabo ngabantu abahambe besithi bangabanceda babaleke nemali yabo ndiyaniqinisekisa ukuba UCHIEF NGUBANE anganinceda nifezekise amaphupha enu. FONELA UCHIEF NGUBANE KU: 064 751 3461

JUST CALL CHIEF NGUBANE 064 751 3461

South Coast 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. 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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November 15, 2018

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CLASSIFIEDS MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 233 of 2018

EARLY CLOSURE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICES The Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby gives notice that all Municipal Offices will be closing early on the following date:• Friday

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16 November 2018 - 09h00

Please note that essential services will not be aff f ected. This includes Law Enforcement, Fire and Rescue, refuse removal, and electricity standby service.

Find thousands of items daily in the Classifieds. Call 087 741 2666 UMDONI MUNICIPALITY J.E.W.E.L. OF THE SOUTH COAST

Postal Address: Box 19 Scottburgh 4180

Physical Address: Cnr. Bram Fischer & Williamson Street Scottburgh 4180

Tel: 039 - 976 1202 Fax: 039 - 976 0381

MUNICIPAL NOTICE NO: 358 / 2018

SUBMISSIONS OF EVENT PROPOSALS ON PUBLIC SPACE UNDER UMDONI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY Umdoni Local Municipality hereby calls for proposals from service providers who want to host events in public spaces under Umdoni Local Municipality during the Festive Season. Applicants are therefore urged to submit detailed proposals.

Contact numbers for emergencies: 039 682 5555. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

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BUY and SELL just about anything

All persons who wish to apply must submit an application to the Local Economic Development Section, Park Rynie Offices between 07h30 – 16h00 by no later than the 23rd of November 2018. No applications will be accepted after the closing date.

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All enquiries are to be directed to Mr. SSN Hlongwane (Manager: Local Economic Development) at Tel No 039-976 2432 or siyah@umdoni.gov.za or smangeleg@umdoni.gov.za during office hours 07:30-16h00 Monday to Friday. NOTE:The Umdoni Local Municipality does not have any budget to support those proposed events. UMDONI MUNICIPALITY CORNER OF BRAM FISCHER& WILLIAMSON STREET SCOTTBURGH 4180 MS T. MHLONGO ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

CHIEF KHUMALO

072 078 7836

THANK YOU CHIEF KHUMALO FOR CHANGING MY LIFE

I am a lady from the Eastern Cape. My husband left me and our children years ago for another woman. I could not pay the bills & everything we had was repossessed, my car & our house & that left me & my kids homeless & poor. I fought for my marriage with all I had, I fought until there was no more fighting left in me but it still felt like I didn’t try hard enough, I felt like I had failed my kids, I couldn’t even provide a decent meal for them, I did all sorts of odd jobs but still, it was just not enough, my kids were still suffering. After years of living in poverty I decided that it was time to cry out for help, I wrote to some radio stations with my number (079 671 4695) pleading with anyone who could help me get a steady job. A few days later I received a message from a kind hearted woman who explained how Chief Khumalo helped her with her financial problems by using the Rats to bring R35 000 every morning in her home and pays him R50 000 every week & she also uses Short boys that puts R950 000 in her bank account and she only paid him R150 000. I was a bit sceptical about the whole thing, but for the sake of my kids I decided to give it a try. I called Chief Khumalo & he told me all that I needed to know. I then decided to try the Magic Wallet. Surprisingly I got exactly R30 000 each day as Chief Khumalo had said & I pay him R50 000 a week, I got carried away and also asked for Lotto numbers, I played & got a lump sum. I’d like to thank everyone who helped me, especially the lady who introduced me to Chief Khumalo, to everyone out there who is going through financial struggles & those who have been taken advantage of by fake herbalists, I can assure you Chief Khumalo will make your dreams come true.

CALL CHIEF KHUMALO ON: 072 078 7836

MAY YOU BE BLESSED CHIEF KHUMALO I am a man who lives in Newcastle. I would like to thank the lady above for her testimony as well as Chief Khumalo for changing my life. Without Chief Khumalo my life would’ve been hopeless & with no purpose but after seeing my friend’s testimony, I decided to give Chief Khumalo a call, and sent him my number 078 684 3373, we discussed my financial problem & he gave me Magic Wallet, it brought me R30 000 at home, I didn’t believe my eyes, I thought the money would disappear but it didn’t, I paid him R50 000, my friend took Gambling numbers and he won R4000 000 last year. I will forever be grateful for what you did for me & my loved ones Chief Khumalo, May you do for others what you did for me.

YOU CAN CALL HIM ON: 072 078 7836, ONLY IF NEED SERIOUS HELP.

UNGAVUMI INHLUPHEKO I BE UMAHLULELI WEKUSASA LAKHO Ngingowesifazane wase Mpangeni, inombolo yami yocingo ithi 063 934 3702. Ngicela ukuzibongela ku Nosipho ngodaba lwakhe alushicilela ephepheni lapho ayebonga khona u Chief Khumalo. Njengomuntu okhule ezihluphekela kwakhona esikoleni angizange ngiye, ngikhula kwabazali kade bazishonela,inhlupheko into ebese ngiyijwayele kanti ngingaboni kwandlela engingaphuma ngayo ngingenaso kwasicubu saseskoleni,koda kwathi mhla ngibona udaba lukaNosipho ngafunga ngathi akukho engizofa ngingakuzamanga,ngamfonela uNosipho wangichazela kabanzi waqinisekisa futhi ukuthi impela konke okwakhe kwalungiswa ilomlisa, ngabe ngingasapholisi masekho ngafonela yena u Chief Khumalo, wangichazela izindlela asiza ngazo ngabona okulula kumina kuyibo Abafana Abafishane okwathi ezinsukwini ezimbili engithumelele bona u Chief Khumalo bangilethela isamba sika R3million endlini,ngabe sengibonga ke ku Chief Khumalo ngoR500 000, ngajabula kwadlulela ngaze ngizitshela ukuthi akekho umuntu engimthandayo oyoke abuye adlale inhlupheko, ngaxhumanisa umyeni kadadewethu naye wazizamela imali waqala ibhizinisi.

Siyazibongela Chief Khumalo, ube nempilo ende, engathi ungabasiza nabanye NAWE UMA USUKHATHELE INHLUPHEKO UNGAMTHOLA KWETHI: 072 078 7836

I DON’T KNOW WHAT I WOULD’VE DONE WITHOUT YOU CHIEF KHUMALO I am from Port Elizabeth. I wish I knew Chief Khumalo long before and i would not have wasted a lot of money on wrong doctors, sangoma’s and herbalists. I read a miracle of Chief Khumalo on Sunday world newspapers of people praising him for changing their lives by helping them with their financial problems. To you my fellow South Africans it’s true success. I am a man who lost everything including my business and houses and it was hard to trust someone. I then saw a testimony on Sunday World and decided to call Chief Khumalo, he took my number 076 475 6334, and he gave me different ways and I chose the Magic Wallet that brings me R50 000 every day and I paid him R100 000 every week from money I made from the Magic Wallet and I also chose the Short Boy to bring me R1.8 million every morning and I paid him R500 000 without any problems and questions. I was very shocked to see the money in my account. My brother chose the rats to bring money in his house and it was miracle to see R2.2 000 in his house the very same day and he paid Chief Khumalo R200 000. My sister chose the winning lotto numbers and she won six numbers and paid Chief Khumalo 40% from the money that she won and now we are a happy family.

Just call Chief Khumalo if you want to change your life from this number 072 078 7836

South Coast Fever and Media 24 have not verified whether any of the services or products 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.South Coast Fever and Media 24 does not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any of the services and goods advertised.


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15 November 2018

TRUE MIRACLE OF BABA HADEBE WITHOUT BABA HADEBE MY LIFE WAS IN HELL

I am from KZN , a man with 6 kids, aged 63. My contact number is 060 372 2716. I read about the miracles of Baba Hadebe that was published in a community newspaper, of people thanking Baba Hadebe for changing their lives by helping them with financial problems. My fellow South Africans it is true that success is not a gi� but a decision. It was a difficult decision to trust and believe a�er I lost everything including my business but one day I saw the tes�mony for Baba Hadebe of people thanking him. I decided to call him because of my big financial problems and he gave me different ways and I chose the short boys to put R3 000 000 in my bank account and it happened, in just 2 hours I received the banking message. I paid him R500 000 without any problems or ques�ons as I was very shocked. My wife chose the magic wallet, that is giving her R50 000 each and every day and she pays him r70 000 every week from the money she gets. My brother chose the lo�o numbers and he won the draw of the 1st Sept. My mother chose the rats to bring money to her house and she got R1 000 000 the very same day. Baba Hadebe guarantees that he can help with love and family problems. Baba Hadebe will not disappoint you. JUST CALL ON 064 750 3782

YOU TOO CAN WALK AWAY FROM THE DARK LIFE. IT WAS MY CHOISE THAT GAVE ME JOY AND HAPPINESS. DON’T HESITATE TO CALL BABA HADEBE

I live in Port Elizabeth. My contact number is 065 646 6006. I wish I knew Baba Hadebe long before and I would not have wasted a lot of money on wrong doctors, sangomas and herbalists. I read of a miracle of Baba Hadebe of people praising him for changing their lives by helping them with their financial problems. To you my fellow Africans it’s a true success. It was hard to trust a�er I have lost everything including my business and houses. I then saw the tes�mony and decided to call Baba Hadebe and he gave me different ways and I chose the Magic Wallet that brings me R50 000 every day and I paid him R70 000 every week from the money I made from the magic wallet and I also chose the Short boys to put money into my account like R3 000 000 and it happened because I received a bank message on my account. My brother chose the rats to bring money in his house and it was a miracle to see R1 000 000 in house the very same day and he paid Baba Hadebe R20 000. My sister chose the winning lo�o numbers and she won the 6 numbers and paid Baba Hadebe 30% from the money she won and we are now a very happy family. Just call on 064 750 3782

NGIYABONGA BABA HADEBE SENGIPHILA IPHUPHO LAMI UMSEBENZI KABABA HADEBE UHLONIPHEKILE KAKHULU NGOBA USEBENZISANA NABAFANA ABAFISHANE ABANAMANDLA KAKHULU.

Igama lami ngingu Lindiwe, ngihlala eThekwini, eMhlanga Rocks. Inamba yami yocingo ithi 073 524 5225. Angizisoli ngosuku engathenga ngalo newspaper, okuyilapho ngabona khona abantu bencoma imisebenzi ka Baba Hadebe emihle yokusiza abantu abaxakekile njengami. Nami ngakhetha ukumfonela uBaba Hadebe ngoba nganginezinkinga kwezezimali. Ngakhuluma naye, wangichazela ngezindlela ezihlukile asebenza ngazo ukusiza abantu. Wangichazela ngamagundane, abafan abafishane, magic wallet Kanye nezinamba zelo�o ne powerball. Wangitshela ukuthi ngikhethe indlela engiyifunayo angangisiza ngayo. Nami ngakhetha engikufunayo. Kusukela lapho impilo yami yashintsha sengiphila kahle manje. Ngiyabonga kuBaba Hadebe ngokushitsha impilo yami. Nami sengiwumuntu ebantwini. Uqhubeke nokusiza abantu abaxakekile njengami. NAYI INOMBOLO KABABA HADEBE - 064 750 3782

South Coast 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. South Coast Fever and Media 24 does not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any of the services and goods advertised.

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Just because you have financial problems doesn’t mean you can’t have a successful life and be rich like others. After so many years trying to be rich and successful through different Sangomas, Herbtalist and Doctors but ending up losing money to them and I lost hope that I will never be helped or maybe its bad luck that I was born with. Believe it or not, luck works with being at the right place at the right time. It aI started when I read the Testimony of Nombulelo Mbatha thanking and informing people of how BABA MSOMI helped her through the MAGIC WAlUT that helped her to get back her lost business by getting R20,000 every day and paying BABA MSOMI ONLY R30 000 PER week. I first called Sifiso to find out more information about things that BABA MSOMI can do to change the lives of poor people. He explained all to me and then I called BABA MSOMI the very same day and asked what I should do for him to change my life financially. BABA MSOMl told me about the SHORT BOYS that put any amount 01 money In bank account, RATS to bring any amount of money In the house, THE MAGIC WALLET that brings R20 000 every day for two years and winning of LOTTO and POWERBALL then you pay when you win, but I was interested in the SHORT BOYS to deposit R2 million In my AbSA account and within 3 hours I received a notification that R2 million has been deposited In my account through the SHORT BOYS of BABA MSOMI. I called him with a huge smile on my face to inform him about the transaction but he said I must transfer to him only R500.000 as his payment. I did it that from my branch without any question or problems. I never wasted time but to inform and introduce my wife to him because for many years she has been gambling without any success until she called BABA MSOMI and got the LUCK numbers which she used and won LOTTO on the the 2nd week of January and she paid 25% from the money she won as the way BABA MSOMI instructed her to do and now I live a successful life that everyone deserve and wishes for with my family. I have my own business, I bought my dream house and car and my children are now attending the best schools and irs all thanks to this powerful herbalist BABA MSOMI. Just call him and you can be the next person to change your life.

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WITH ALL MY HEART I THANK YOU BABA MSOMI FOR CHANGING MY LIFE COMPLETELY I have been struggling for a long time because of financial problems that I had. I used to have a small business selling fruits in the street and staying in an RDP house for so many years without any progress of financial change in my life. I have been playing LOTTO and POWERBALL for the past 9 years hoping that one day I will win and change my life but without a single win until I bought a newspaper to read while busy selling my fruits In the street, I was very surprised after reading different Testimonies of people explaining how BABA MSOMI changed their lives with different ways for them to get the money they wanted like others whose lives changed when SHORT BOYS deposited money In their account. Rats put money in their houses, the MAGIC WALLET to get R25 000 every day and winning LOTTO and POWERBALL Because I love gambling I called BABA MSOMlIn the 8Vening when I was back home and I asked him to change my life. I explained to him how I’m struggling and suffering with my life. He promised to give me LUCK numbers of winning LOTTO and within 4 hours he performed his miracles to get those Lucky numbers. After using THE LUCKY NUMBERS that BABA MSOMI gave to me, I PLAYED THE LOTTO and I was very shocked and surprised to see all the Lucky numbers appearing on the draw and It was like a dream coming true and I paid 25% from the money I won to BABA MSOMI and kept the rest for myself. To all those who are in serious financial problems and have been playing LOTTO and POWERBALL and never won, don’t waste your time with loosing!! It’s time for you to change your life and call BABA MSOMI for help. I promise and guarantee you, you will win the lotto, guaranteed. My Sister also called BABA MSOMI to help her to win POWERBALL. and BABA MSOMI told her what to do in order to win the POWERBALL She received her Lucky numbers within 4hours and won the POWERBALL on the Friday of that week and also my other family members and friends that I have introduced to him are now all happy. Don’t waste your time with poverty, nothing is Impossible under the sun.

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Inviting everyone to the first-ever South Coast Carnival this December are (from left) Cassandra Marie Ramalhasa, Aphelele Mdabula, Pearl Erasmus, and Merishka Moodley.

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Zulu dancers ready to entertain at the launch at Umdlalo Lodge on November 5.

Excitement mounts ahead of inaugural South Coast Carnival ael’s on the Sea as well as live music, a Kids Zone, and a Braai Festival at the carnival arena on the beach. “People are looking for new expeHE upcoming festive season is riences and entertainment while they set to be all the more exciting with the launch of the very first are on holiday or here for the long weekend. The South Coast Carnival South Coast Carnival at St Michaels showcases our culturally diverse naon Sea on December 15. tion and rich heritage, bringing peoThe event is sponsored by Ray ple together in a fun atmosphere Nkonyeni Municipality and will include an array of fun activities for the through all its elements,” said South whole family, including a Carnival Pa- Coast Tourism CEO Phelisa Mangcu. “The Carnival Parade consists of rade from Shelly Beach to St. Mich-

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multiple cultural groups, so people can enjoy one another’s company and the entertainment over a mouth-watering shisanyama braai. “Events that have all the ingredients for promoting social cohesion are not widespread, so it’s really refreshing to be chosen as the host destination for this event,” said Mangcu. Event organiser Ntombi Mkhoma, from Lucretia M, said they were thrilled at the opportunity to run an ambitious event of this nature which

embraces all cultures, ages, demographics, and personalities. “We will put on a unique event at one of the most fun beaches in South Africa that will surprise and delight all. This against a backdrop of colourful cultural costumes and the exciting rhythm of music and dance,as we are hosting the biggest braai in the country for people from all over. “There simply is no other event like this,” said Mkhoma. The Carnival Parade will feature

Shoprite honours long-serving staff members Shoprite Port Shepstone held their Long Service Awards ceremony recently to honour employees who have dedicated many years of their lives to the store. Pictured are (from left) Afsana Khan (cash office clerk, 35 years), Sally Moodley (front end controller, 35 years), Tessa Smith (stock counting clerk, 30 years), Ruby Seedie (cashier, 35 years) and Premilla Khan (non-food assistant, 35 years).

Erica Fakazi (left), a baker, and Visalutchmee Naidoo, a grocery assistant, were both awarded for 20 years of service.

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Kayaks on show at Ramsgate beach OMEGA NGEMA >>omega.moagi@media24.com VAGABOND Kayaks held a kayaking demo last Saturday at Ramsgate beach. Members of the public were invited to come and view the variety of kayaks on show. The fun day started at 10 am and lasted until 1 pm at the beach. Kayaks on show included siton-top kayaks, sea kayaks,kids siton-top and more. The company, Vagabond Kayaks, began in a humble garage earlier this year, however before its inception, there were decades-long friendships built on common passions, expeditions, and shared experiences. The company brought together five friends, Nicola Simpson,James Simpson, Marius du Preez,Celliers Kruger and Lisa de Speville, and turned them into partners with the

Having fun on one of the Kayaks are (from left) Lourens, Marius, and Isabella du Preez. PHOTO: OMEGA NGEMA

same motivations, ambitions and goals for their company. Marius du Preez, who is also an Orthopedic surgeon based in Margate, said of the company: “T ogether, the team are the magic behind our company and between them, our partners have over 140 years of paddling experience.” “The brains behind Vagabond is without a doubt Celliers Kruger . With 16 years of experience in de-

signing and manufacturing highquality, plastic, rotomoulded kayaks, Celliers is the X-factor in our company,” said du Preez. “In 2015, Celliers left his first kayak company, one that he started in 2002. Being under a restraint-oftrade for three years was challenging, but it did allow him a complete break from the business of kayaking. Instead, he managed to get out more to kayak and to rejuvenate his

passion for many paddling disciplines. “He was always looking to do new and different things, and become better with each design, which earned him recognition in the industry for his innovations, ” said du Preez. The Vagabond Kayak team hopes that members of the public will get as much joy out of the sport as they do.

different associations and cultural groups, including bikers, marching bands, cultural dancers and more. Participants will register on arrival and be given tags. The parade area will be cordoned off with speed fencing and pegs with tape for spectators. The MusicFest will take place on a main stage with live performances from leading industry artists covering various genres of music and performing acts to satisfy all tastes.

Diabetes and gum disease WEDNESDAY was World Diabetes Day and it is estimated that three-and-a-half million South Africans (about six percent of the population), reported in 2012, suffer from diabetes. Many more remain undiagnosed. For many people it may come as a surprise that a possible complication of diabetes is gum disease however research shows that there is an increased prevalence of gum disease among those with diabetes. Serious gum disease has even been added to the list of other complications associated with diabetes, which already includes heart disease, stroke, and kidney disease. Diabetes can affect a person’s ability to fight bacteria in their mouth, as the high blood sugar encourages bacteria to grow, which can contribute to gum disease. Signs of gum disease can include, but are not limited to, gums that are red, sore, bleeding or swollen, loose teeth, and chronic bad breath. Emerging research has found that the relationship between severe gum disease and diabetes may be two-way. Diabetics are more susceptible to serious gum disease, and serious gum disease can potentially affect blood glucose control which can contribute to the progression of diabetes. In fact, well-controlled diabetes can help to keep your mouth healthy and keeping your mouth healthy can help you manage your blood sugar, since infections can cause your blood sugar to rise, making your diabetes harder to control. Good oral hygiene is important for everyone, especially those with diabetes. Good oral hygiene includes brushing twice a day, flossing, and using an anti-bacterial mouthwash. This not only freshens breath and gets rid of debris in the mouth, but it also helps to prevent gum disease and plaque build-up. The same steps that can help to keep your mouth healthy can also help manage your diabetes. These steps include eating a healthy diet, not smoking, taking your diabetes medications, and seeing your dentist at least twice a year.


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2018 ushers in a more ‘civilised’ MINI GORDON HALL The MINI brand has led a dramatic, some might say tortured, life. Since being born into tough times following the first fuel crisis of 1956, it was shunted from loving homes at Austin and Morris into foster care, onto adoption and finally to spiritual rebirth in the BMW family. It grew over time, as would be expected of “someone” now pushing sixty years of age. The original three-door buzz-box was 3054 mm long on a wheelbase of 2036 mm, 1397 mm wide and 1346 mm tall. Four tall and skinny teenagers could fit inside. It was cramped but we were

The 2018 MINI Cooper five-door hatch is all grown up. PHOTOS: BMW-MOTORPRESSE

all good mates so it was okay. Today’s three-door is 767 mm longer on 459 mm more wheelbase, 330 mm wider and 68 mm taller. It also grew up, losing its noisy engine, whistling windows, tooth rattling suspension and minimal creature comforts to become almost embarrassingly civilised — as we all do eventually, whether we like it or not, because modern society demands it. You know what we mean — airbags, ABS, ESP, air conditioning, powered everything and the great non-negotiable, connectivity. We drove a modern, five-door hatchback, in the Cooper state of tune, recently. It is even bigger, 161 mm longer,

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082 677 6792. TREE OF LIGHT The South Coast Hospice Annual Tree of Light event will be held on December 1 at 5.30 pm for 6 pm at the Southcoast Mall food court. The community is invited to pledge a star in memory of a loved one. This star will be hung on the tree, which will remain lit during the festive season in honour of those who have passed on. Bt King will be taking Tree of Light pledges on Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday mornings at the mall from 8.30 am to 1 pm from November 9 until December 1. CLANSTHAL CRAFT MARKET This is an ideal opportunity to purchase gifts for Christmas and enjoy the delightful garden setting. Delicious meals and refreshments will also be on sale. Where: 111 Pig & Whistle Road, Clansthal When: On Sunday, December 9 from 9am and 2pm A percentage of proceeds raised will be donated to the Umsizi Vervet Monkey Release programme.

Woolworths Food opened up a branch in Margate on November 1. Ready to welcome customers was one of the managers, Enock Ngubane, who said the opening was long overdue. “Customers have been begging us to come to Margate and we have finally decided to listen to their calls. We promise customers the fresh quality products they have come to expect from Woolies and they must please come and enjoy our opening specials,” said Ngubane. PHOTO: OMEGA NGEMA


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Blake Hogan (left) and C.J Knoesen battle it out.

Karate students do Ugu proud T

he year 2018 has been a very successful one for the WKF Karate Ugu region. Each year, two tournaments are held and the last one for this year took place on Saturday November 3. These tournaments give all kareteka from the nine affiliated dojos in Margate, Port Shepstone, Scottburgh,

and Unzimto an opportunity to compete at sport karate level, enabling them to learn, participate, and enjoy the martial art of Karate. Ages ranged from six years to adults with all belts competing for medals that were awarded to first, second, and joint third places. WKF Ugu Karate would like to ex-

press their appreciation to Karate KwaZulu Natal Chief Referee Rodney Govender who travelled down from Durban and officiated at the tournament, ensuring the high level of karate at the event. A note of thanks goes out to all parents who assisted as table officials. A selection process will be held to

choose a WKF Ugu Karate “All Styles Elite” team, consisting of brown and black belts, to compete at next year’s Karate KwaZulu Natal All Styles Elite Championship. If successful, the team will achieve Karate KwaZulu Natal Colours and compete at the Karate South Africa all Styles Championships later in the year .

Only affiliated WKF Ugu Karate dojos may participate. The organisation is very proud of their region and their students, and look forward to an outstanding 2019. For information on karate in the Ugu region contact Shihan Frank Moodley at 072 553 3362. — Supplied.

Jehryn Moonsamy was awarded second place in his Kata and won the Kumite in his division. PHOTOS: FRANK MOODLEY

Shakira Coetzer was placed first in her division for Kata.

Damien Chetty (left) was defeated by Tyrese Faro (right).

Results in from KBA bowling leagues The Kingfisher Bowling Association 7’s League was played at a number of clubs from Monday, November 5 to Thursday, November 8 with the play-off’s taking place on Friday, November 9 at Margate Bowling Club. The team was made up of star bowlers E. Fann, K. Lancaster, R. Anderson, L. Wright, B. Rawlins, D. Price, and M. Ross. Ross, from Port Shepstone Country Club, took top honours in the Men’s 7’s League with AMBC in second place followed by MBC in third and The Bell in fourth. The team of D. Mitchley, L. de Rosner, H. Hankey, G. George, H. Turk, P. Navias, and B. Lombaard from the AMBC “B” division took top honours in the Daphne Conradie Women’s 7’s League. The Bell team came in second place, followed by PSCC in

third, and MBC in fourth place. Prior to this, the KBA Mixed Fours Competition was played at The Bell and Riverside Country Club over the weekend of October 20 to October 21, with the semi-final and final taking place on Sunday, November 4 at The Bell. The team members included Shane Nienaber, Maureen Muller, Ross Ferguson, and Edith Button from Riverside Country Club, who took top honours. John Mitchley, Kevin O’Donoghue, Delyshia Mitchley, and Sandy O’Donoghue from AMBC took a proud second place. Coming in at a joint third place were the team from Port Shepstone Country Club, skipped by Peter Maggs, and the team from Margate Bowling Club, skipped by Jessica Henderson. — Supplied.

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The men’s team, PSCC, of (from left) K. Lancaster, R. Anderson, E. Fann, L. Wright, B. Rawlins, D. Price, and M. Ross.

The Women’s team, AMBC, comprises (from left) D. Mitchley, L. de Rosner, H. Hankey, G. George, H. Turk, P. Navias, and B. Lombaard.


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