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Masinenge graveyard vandalised PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com

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AIN and emotion is what is said to be felt by former Masinenge residents, who were forcefully evicted during the apartheid era, as the graves and tombstones of their loved ones are being vandalised by informal settlers. The former residents told the Fever they feel that their forefathers are not being respected and questioned why the cemetery behind the Masinenge informal settlement was not afforded with the same respect as other cemeteries in the lower South Coast. The residents formed a committee chaired by Bongani Damani who further questioned Ray

Nkonyeni Municipality’s failure to meet with them to address their concerns. “We want to know why the municipality is allowing informal settlers to build on the grave site. Why are they not fencing it like the one which belongs to another community also near Masinenge? “We were really shocked when we went to the site and found that remains of our loved ones had been dug out by informal settlers, to build their shacks.” said Damani. Damani said that the municipality only met with them once, to discuss the matter and thereafter has been postponing meetings. “We are not aware of any procedures taking place at the site and we need answers.

“Where was the municipality when those people started erecting shacks there? “Early last year we showed two officials from the municipality the graves. “Some are on the doorsteps of the shacks, others turned into dump sites, and others used for social gathering and that is unacceptable.” Damani said that they received information from one of the informal settlers that a meeting was going to be held, however, the committee was not informed. Mam T. Blose, also a member of the committee, said that she was brought to tears when she found that the concrete had been broken off and a pile of rubbish covered her father’s grave.

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“I cried and all the memories of the day my family was moved came back to me. “I asked myself what is happening to the Government we thought respected the lives of those who voted for it? Does this Government even care?” The Masinenge Trust committee said it wants answers and demands that their forefathers graves are taken care of and given the same respect as others. The Fever visited the site and spoke to a few people.

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Masinenge graveyard vandalised One of the settlers who was part of a meeting held in December last year with municipal officials, the Margate SAPS and local councillor Phumlani Gumbi, said that the informal settlers were given until the next meeting, which was scheduled for January 28, to vacate the grave site. “Some of them did evacuate the site, however, others are still here. They are just ignoring the instruction,” Gumbi said. Several attempts have been made to get comment from Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, however, none had been received. Margate SAPS spokesperson Captain Mfeka said that he was not aware of the meeting and therefore cannot comment on the matter. Gumbi confirmed his presence at the meeting held in December. “Yes I can confirm that a meeting was held in my presence as the cluster whip.The informal settlers were told to evacuate the graveyard and as far I know those people left. I do not know where the people still living there come from,” said Gumbi.

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Police warn against kidnappings OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com

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OCAL police are appealing to the community to be cautious with their children amid recent incidents of kidnapping in the lower South Coast area. Margate SAPS spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka said that in most cases kidnappings involved someone that was known to the family and urged parents to remain alert. Mfeka said that the Margate police were currently investigating a myriad of cases of this nature. Last Thursday a 21-year-old man was arrested for the assault and kidnapping of a pupil from the Ezinqoleni area. It is alleged that the pupil was on her way to the school in the accompany of other pupils when they met a man who is known to her. The man then slapped her on the cheek before dragging her through the sugar cane field to his residence. Mfeka said that the matter was reported to the police by the school that the pupils attended by the other pupils that were

Family seeks missing man PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com THE family of Marshal Applegreen (45) from Duranta Road, Wentworth is urging the community to kindly assist them in finding Applegreen who was last seen at Cest Si Bon in Shelly Beach. Applegreen’s older sister, Taba Applegree,n said her brother left home on April 27 and said that he was going with his friend to the South Coast. “According to information from his friends when they got to the South Coast on the 28th, my brother and the friend he travelled with had an altercation and he left him behind,” said Applegreen. She said that they are very concerned as her brother has epilepsy and

present during the ordeal. “Police and community members searched and the victim was found together with the suspect 21-year-old male unharmed. He was arrested for kidnapping and he will appear at Ezinqoleni Magistrate Court on Monday,” said Mfeka. In a separate incident a 13-year-old girl Dineo Ncungana is still missing after allegedly being kidnapped at the Gcilima area near Margate two weeks ago. According to police, Dineo was last seen before an altercation that ensued between her and another man who is known to her mother. “It is alleged that the 42-year-old suspect who is known to the victims’ mother, took the child’s cellphone after an argument. On arriving later, the mother could not find the child anywhere and reported the matter to Margate SAPS for investigation,” said Mfeka. If anyone has information regarding her whereabouts contact the investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Zolile Sibisi at 082 339 8634/082 686 3082 or Crime Stop at 086 001 0111.

OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com A 25-YEAR-OLD man was arrested for possession of dagga and whoonga after he was found with a shopping bag filled with the drugs. The man was arrested during a clean-up operation by local police and security com-

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Rehab leaves premises in shocking state OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com STRIPPED and wrecked, the property which used to house a local drug rehabilitation centre is now a shoddy shadow of its former self after the manager allegedly relapsed. The owner of the property, Jacques van der Heever was left in dismay after he found the nine bedroom house which he let out to the rehabilitation centre in June last year, in a “shocking state” upon his return from business trips overseas. Van der Heever also alleges that he has not received a cent of rent money from the rehab during their tenure at his premises. It seems, the occupants steadily started selling off items from the house before finally abandoning it, Van der Heever said. Van der Heever said that items missing from the house included furniture like beds, cupboards, tables and chairs as well as bath tubs, curtains and kitchen appliances and utensils. “I was told by a friend who lives in the area that I should come and have a look at the property while I was still overseas, because it was a complete mess. When I came back yesterday (last Wednesday), I could not be-

lieve my eyes. I had to climb in through a broken window because they had left with the keys. They basically stripped the whole place down,” said van der Heever. Van der Heever said that he had agreed to let the owners of the rehab use the property rent free for the first six months while adhering to whatever upgrades that needed to be done. However, instead of upgrading the place, the occupants literally tore it down. Van der Heever said that neighbouring businesses and residents told him that the rehab was constantly overcrowded with rumors of the owner relapsing on his drug addiction. He said that damages were estimated to be at about R500 000 and has laid charges of fraud, theft and malicious damage to property. The managers of the rehab declined to comment on the matter, however, confirmed that they were not in operation at the moment. Margate SAPS spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka confirmed the charges. “It is alleged that the complainant who is the owner of the house had an agreement with the suspect for him to stay in the house and will start to pay rent after a period of six months which he failed to do,” said Mfeka.

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Business owners want answers OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com

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HE Local Business Forum of the Lower South Coast submitted a memorandum to Ray Nkonyeni Municipality at the municipal council chambers on Tuesday complaining about the “apparent” support given to foreign businesses as opposed to local. The memorandum raised concerns from the business forum regarding the issuing of capital projects by the municipality to foreign service providers from the Eastern Cape and other municipal areas outside of Ray Nkonyeni. The forum demanded that first preference be given to local businesses instead, as this would redirect investment into the local communities rather than taking it outside of the municipality. The issued memorandum says that the economy and growth of local business was hampered by the influx of foreign companies who forced them to seek business elsewhere. The forum members further alleged that municipal officials who were from

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Telkom’s system upgrade hassles OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com

outside the municipality themselves were invested in the execution of their professional duties on a personal level. “These foreign businesses are investing in their own municipalities and have a bigger competitive advantage over us. We will never grow to be prominent businesses if this issue is not resolved. “We hope you address this accordingly and look into the problem, because even the executive and administrative officials are from outside Ray Nkonyeni Municipality. We are competing with officials, who bring alien companies from their home towns,” reads the memorandum. Ray Nkonyeni Municipality spokesperson Simon April confirmed receiving the memorandum saying that the municipality would be attending to concerns. “The municipality has accepted the memorandum and is considering it. There will be a meeting on Wednesday, May 23 with the authors of the memorandum for the municipality to give a feedback,” said April.

IF you have been experiencing difficulties with Telkom, particularly with contract cancellations, it is probably due the network’s latest upgrade in their cancellation procedures. Telkom recently upgraded their customer interactions to an online procedure to better manage traffic. According to the company’s spokesperson Leigh-Ann Francis Telkom online cancellation was launched in December and came into full effect at the end of April. “At the end of April 2018, Telkom phased out the e-mail cancellation request mailboxes and online consumer cancellation has now come into full effect. During the transition period there may have been some oversights on some of the cancellation requests,” said Francis. Leisure Bay resident Andy Gardner was one of those unlucky “oversights” during this transition and battled for weeks to have his Telkom fixed line service and ADSL cancelled. After several weeks of his seemingly futile struggle, a frustrated customer, Gardner decided enough was enough and staged a demonstration at the Telkom mobile store in Shelly centre. Gardner said that he was “gatvol” with Telkom and after one too many hassles he resorted to cancelling his contract with the company but further experienced more hassles even with the cancellation process. “The only thing more difficult than trying to get service from Telkom is to try and cancel a service. I have been through to their call centre on 1020

several times. They simply end up saying they cannot help. They have tried guiding me through the Telkom website but the system is in shambles and it does not work,” said Gardner. In desperation, Gardner said that he then resorted to visiting his nearest point of human contact with the organisation at the Telkom mobile store in Shelly centre. The show eventually yielded results as Gardner received a call from the store’s manager the following day. “I received a very polite phone call from the manager at Shelly Beach Telkom. He gave his name and his contact number and assured me that he will escalate my complaint and it will be taken care of,” said Gardner. By the end of the week Gardner’s plight was resolved and he was off the network. Francis said that there were various important factors which impacted the cancellation process. “In instances when the contract period is still active we are obligated to contact our customer to inform them of any penalties that may apply. If the request is in any way unclear, we must confirm with the customer before any services are ceased. In these instances, Telkom attempts to contact our customer three times before we process the cancellations,” said Francis. “Our 30 days’ notice period means that customers who cancel their services usually receive at least two more invoices (and debit orders) before the account is closed. “A customer with services at other ISP’s must cancel those services before we can cease their Telkom services,” said Francis.

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Andy Gardner protested outside the Telkom mobile store in Shelly Centre recently.

Ruling party under scrutiny OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com THE ANC in the province has come under fire this week following the fourth political killing in the province in as many weeks. Members from the National Executive Comittee of the ANC including President Cyril Ramaphosa attended. During his visit in Pietermaritzburg where the latest killing happened, Ramaphosa said that the continuous political murders in the province Installed was worrisome and urged his fel-

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sions within the region. “The NWC received reports on the state of readiness for Regional and Provincial Conferences that are due to be convened. In accordance with the decision of the NEC, NWC approved the convening of conferences in regions and provinces that are ready and have fulfilled all the requisite processes for the hosting of such conferences,” said the NWC. Meanwhile, one man appeared in court on Monday for the murder of Oshabeni ANC deputy treasurer Sifiso Cele. On Friday Margate police arrested two people in Gamalakhe in connection with the murder and robbery which took place at Cele’s partner’s home in Extension three in Margate last week. According to police, one of the suspects was released due to insufficient evidence and the other confessed to the crime and was detained in police custody.

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Food traders unhappy with new law PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com

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MAJORITY of food traders on the South Coast say that they are not happy about the new terms of food trading introduced by Ray Nkonyeni Municipality. According to them, they are now required to apply for a trading permit and pay a fee of R400 annually. The organiser of Margate Car Boot Sale and various other flea markets, Lorraine Bruigom said previously, all the food traders were required to have casual trading permits and those using gas cylinders to have a health and safety certificate. Bruigom said that since last year November she has been dealing with the municipality. “The normal terms were that a food trader should

have a tent, a fire extinguisher, gloves, a hat on their head, covering on the floor of their stall and washing up equipment, nothing ever said you need a trading licence like formal food businesses.” The Fever visited a few trading sites just to hear what the people think of the new rules. Dion Williamson who trades at the Uvongo Flea Market, selling corn dogs, spiral potatoes and other edibles said that he recently heard of the licence issue and he has applied, however, the application is still in process and he is awaiting a response. Stephen Ferriera had a different view, especially about the fee. Ferriera said that most food traders are there just to make a living. “We are trading to have food on our tables, we do not make much money at the markets and this R400 is a bit

too much, even if it is annually.” Some food traders selling on the side of a road said that they were not aware of the licence and fee and no one has actually stopped them from trading. Food traders from the Mardi Gras which takes place in Margate said that all that is required from them is a health certificate and a hawkers licence. Ray Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM) spokesperson Simon April said that the municipality adopted its Informal Traders Management Plan and Policy on June 25 last year, to create and maintain a conducive environment for business growth for all traders. “The municipality also utilises the Business Act 1991 (Act no 71 of 1991) to ensure compliance with the formal businesses, as set out by the act. Currently the informal trading permits are issued for free and the business li-

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censes at a fee of R358.00. Unfortunately, all sale or supply of perishable foodstuffs as outlined in the Business Licensing Act, formal or informal, irrespective of the number of days operating, require a Certificate of Acceptability with the Ugu Environmental Health Office, which can only be obtained through the business license application process, which ensures compliance not only with health issues but fires and safety, law enforcement, town planning and building control related matters.” With that said, April said that informal traders within RNM are required to have trading permits, which requires one to submit an application letter, indicating what they would like to sell and where they will be selling from, accompanied by a certified copy of their ID and proof of residence. “Those working from home further require approval from the town planning office for home business approval. “Business license and informal trading permits are obtainable through application with the RNM Local Economic Development (LED) Business Regulations, Intelligence and Research office with Sbusisiwe Dlamini at the old post office building, second floor, at the corner of Wooley and Robinson Street. Alternatively you can contact Dlamini at 039 688 2276 or e-mail Sbusisiwe.Dlamini@rnm.gov.za” said April.

Orphans treated to circus outing PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com

THE children of Sithandizwe Non Profit Organisation, an orphanage in Manz’amhlophe area, near Margate were treated to a visit to the Australian Aqua Circus which is being held at the Southcoast Mall. The children received complimentary tickets after their fundraiser, Susan Farrell, visited the mall and approached the circus tour manager, Donna Sousa, for tickets.. “I noticed that the Australian Aqua Circus had come to town and decided to ask the management of the circus for complimentary tickets to give ten critically underprivileged orphans a night out, that they would never forget. Sousa did not hesitate and asked me to bring the children to the circus last Thursday evening. When we arrived, Sousa took charge of the children and introduced them to face painting crew where they got to choose their own styles and the results were

amazing,” said Farrell. She said the children were starstruck when they entered the “big top” where they sat gazing in awe at the spectacle before them. Farrell said : “Sister Redemptor, the caregiver of Sithandisizwe was just as enthralled as the children. The show began and the little one’s faces were mesmerised. Acrobatics, swings and clowns were the order of the day.” “During interval Sousa and team spoiled the kids with popcorn before the second half. “The second half was even more stunning than the first and the acts, which utilised water features, left us gasping in amazement. One cannot adequately describe the spectacle of a circus, one must experience it for oneself. The children were invited to meet the cast after the show for a photo opportunity and they were happy and privileged to do so,” she added. Farrell said she would like to thank the management, crew and everyone involved in making this magi-

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All systems go for the Ugu jazz OMEGA MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com

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HE inaugural Ugu Jazz Arts Festival was launched at the Senzi’s on Faya, Butcher Shop & Grill in Margate last Wednesday evening. The launch was well attended by members of the local media as well as supporters and sponsors of the festival. Partners that pledged their support included Tiagos, Sadtu, Senzi’s as well as Ray Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM) and the Umzumbe Municipality. RNM mayor Nomusa Mqwebu said the municipality was happy to partner with the event and admired the organiser’s will and tenacity in putting the event together despite challenges. She said the event would be a huge boost for the local economy. “As a tourist destination, events like these work well for the local hospitality industry. “During the tenure of the festival you will also find that restaurants, hotels and similar businesses employ more staff due to the high influx of customers and this assists our young people who are sitting at home jobless, to at least earn an income,” said Mqwebu. Representatives from Tiagos, Sadtu and Senzi’s committed to assisting in selling tickets. The public relations and events coordinator from Senzi’s, Bongani “DJ 101 Zakuza, said Senzi’s would also be running a competition for their customers to win tickets to the show.

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Cutting the cake for the first annual Ugu Jazz Arts Festival (from left) Cyasound CEO Siyabonga Msomi, RNM deputy mayor Ronnie Nair and RNM mayor Nomusa Mqwebu. During the launch Umzimkhulu businessman Andile Mbhalo put his money where his mouth is and bought 10 VIP tickets and challenged other attendants to follow suit in support. By the end of the evening about 60 VIP tickets were bought by supporters including RNM mayor Mqwebu and deputy mayor Ronnie Nair who both bought 10 tickets each. Organiser and CEO of Cyassound Holdings, Siyabonga Msomi, expressed his gratitude to the support. As a former teacher he said he was particularly grateful for the support from his former union members. He urged patrons to buy their tickets early and aim for the general tickets as that was where the most fun was.

Patrons can expect performances from an array of award winning Jazz artist including Oliver Mtukudzi, Selaelo Selota, Zonke, Mlindo The Vocalist,Bongani Nkwanyana,Bheki Nqoko, Skye Wanda, Sisanda Nilsson, Naledi Brown and Jazz clubs. This year’s surprising act is Maskandi favourite Khuzani. The event will also reintroduce the Ugu Jazz pre-party and the Ugu Jazz picnic for which further details will be announced in due course. The main event will be held at the Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre on June 30. Tickets are available from Computicket.Limited parking tickets cost R150 each. General is R280 and Golden Circle is R350 VIP is R1 200.

THE Sa Re Ga Ma Music School which falls under the banner of the Port Shepstone Hindu Youth Society was proud to have their young and talented singers make history recently, when they launched their CD, Bhakithi at the Port Shepstone Civic Centre. The leader and founder of the group Vernon Govender said that the community came out in their numbers to support the group of youngsters, aged between eight and 16 at the time of recording. “The audience was treated to a musical spectacle from both our local artists and the Luxmi Stars band who backed our artists with their soul stirring music as well as dance items by Jishnavi Govender and Shiksha’s Dance Academy all the way from Durban. Caide Lander performed a freestyle hip hop and dance moves which are evident for his national colours for the art of dance. Fazlyn Naidoo, who got the golden buzzer on SA’s Got Talent also motivated the group with her melodious singing,” said Govender.

Govender said that the event was also graced by Lotus Fm DJ’s, Mala Lutchmanan, Veena Lutchman and Vijayluxmi Balakrishna who emceed the programme. “The group mesmerised the crowd and etched themselves into the hearts of all that were present. It was also an honour to have MEC of Human Settlements and Public Works, Ravi Pillay as our revered guest as well as Dr Raj Govender of the Department of Arts and Culture.” Govender was also proud to launch his fourth CD dedicated to the late Mrs J.P. Naidu (Mogie), which featured songs from the North Indian devotional classics. “The society would like to place on record it’s sincerest thanks and appreciation to the South Coast community for always supporting our events. “We are indeed proud to be surrounded by such a supportive and caring community that always puts our children and the Indian culture first.” CD’SBhakthi & Geethanjali are on sale and also DVD’s of the show can be purchased from our officials and students. For more information contact Vernon Govender at 074 676 9424.


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Last of Bargain Express car given away Representing Azam cake flour is Ashika Teja (left) and Cynthia Mgozi.

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HE final round of the Bargain Express Car competition was held at the Ezingolweni Bargain Express store on Saturday. Scores of shoppers attended in anticipation of winning the coveted Chevrolet Utility bakkie. Durban-based comedian Muthu Murugan and his band of musicians kept the crowds entertained throughout the show,

From Supalite matches was Satz Naidoo.

Congratulating the car winner (from left) Brandon Nagaya (from Parmalat), Phumzile Ncayiyane (car winner), Vinesh Ramdaw and Rajeson Naidoo (store manager). all the while giving away lots of gifts and prizes. The area chief Queen Cele as well as the ANC PR Councillor Thozi Maureen Cele also graced the event with their presence. Speaking at the event, Cele said she was grateful to Bargain Express for granting her people a once in a lifetime opportunity at realising what was, for many of them, a dream. “I am specifically happy because most of the finalists standing a chance to win the car are Celes, so they are family,” said Cele with

a chuckle. The final draw was a nerve wracking experience for the five finalists as all the keys issued did not turn the car open until the very last key. In the end it was school teacher Phumzile Ncayiyane who walked away with the brand new Chevrolet Utility bakkie. She said she was out of words at the win. “I am so happy. I don’t even know what to say. God is good,” said Ncayiyane from KwaMaci.

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Jacco (left) and Hermann van Aswegen recently graduated with a BA Honours degree in Sport Studies and Management from Pretoria University. The twins, who grew up in Umtentweni and matriculated at Port Shepstone High have received six degrees from the University of Pretoria in the last eight years. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

OLUNTEER mothers who are part of Touched by an Angel non-profit organisation were treated to a special lunch on Saturday at the Umtwentweni Beach. As entertainment before serving lunch, the mothers played games and challenged each other in a balloon-blowing challenge. A variety of prizes were given away to the winners of the challenges and games and the mother that burst her balloon in the challenge, Saloomie Moodley, received a voucher from a local salon. Beverly Van Wyk won a prize for a guessing game and the mothers also enjoyed a poem from the children of the organisation. Founder of the organisation, Cookie Basudeo, said that the event was to recognise and give thanks to all the mothers who volunteer their time to Touched by an Angel. Basudeo said that the event was a success and would like to thank all those who attended.

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Wimpy staff (from left) show off their slippers Nosie Nkwane, Unathi Tom and Thando Duma with South Coast Fever acting editor, Candyce Krishna (right).

THE Alfred County Orchid Society displayed a variety of orchids at the Hibiscus Mall on Saturday in celebration of Mother’s Day. Mall manager Alice Brandsma said the display of the orchids is very popular among the customers and that they look forward to events such as this. Brandsma said the Mother’s Day show this year was very successful with many customers purchasing from stores and others, window shopping.

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EACH For A Dream and Wimpy have launched the 2018 Slipper Day campaign which was held on May 11. The annual campaign was aimed to raise funds and create awareness for children who are fighting for their lives with life threatening illnesses. Organisations, schools and businesses

participated in the initiative. Wimpy’s all over participated, giving away free coffee to all those who supported the cause by purchasing a wrist band for R10. The South Coast Fever staff visited the Wimpy on Margate Beach in support of the initiative. Fever staff also purchased wrist bands from Wimpy Oribi Plaza and enjoyed some coffee. St Martin de Porres Comprehensive School staff also took the opportunity to

“It adds colour and atmosphere to our mall and brings in many people to view the orchids and learn a bit more about them.” She said the next show will be a Spring Orchid Show which will be held on September 1. The vice chairperson of Alfred County Society Martin Rautenbach said the show went well. “The show was well attended and many of the people who came loved what we had on display with most of them promising to come visit the club sometime,” said Rautenbach.

work in their slippers on the day as well as staff from Albany Margate who were spotted at the Wimpy in the area. Chief Executive Officer of Reach For A Dream, Julia Sotirianakos said she would like to thank everyone who supported the initiative. “We would like to thank the entire community in the various areas for supporting us. “We were trending all over social media and we really appreciate the support.”

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PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com The South Coast Fever visits Wimpy, Oribi Plaza for coffee in support of Reach For A Dream (from left) Omega Moagi, Delue Belter, Michelle Cilliers, Nokthula Bengu, Kobus Myburgh, Sonja Naude, Thando Mbambo and Precious Gumede.

IF you were looking for the perfect Mother’s Day gift last weekend, you probably would have found it at the Halfway Ford dealership Mother’s Day Market held on Saturday. Some of the stalls went all out,

making placards wishing all mothers a happy Mother’s Day and others decorated their stalls with imported Mother’s Day material. Market organiser Lorraine Bruigom said she would like to thank the community for the support. She said the next date for the Halfway Ford Market is still to be announced.

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IN an effort to create an enabling environment for the achievement of a well-developed district, our municipality will host three momentous events aimed at improving our infrastructure, economic and technological opportunities for better service delivery. UGU DISTRICT ICT SUMMIT: On 22 May 2018, our district will host the Ugu District ICT Summit 2018 which is the first of its kind for the district under the theme, “The role technology can play in the delivery or acceleration of Municipal Service Delivery through e-Governance”. The aim of this summit is to ex-

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plore, deliberate and comprehensively discuss various ICT opportunities which can have an impact on service delivery. This summit will unpack challenges to municipalities relating to water and sanitation services and electricity among others. BUDGET SPEECH 2018/19: Following the conclusion of the IDP and Draft Budget Road Shows for the 2018/19 fiscal year and taking public comments on the budget into consideration, I will be delivering the Ugu District 2018/19 Budget Speech of the people’s service delivery budget of R1, 1 Billion on Thursday, 24 May 2018 during the sitting of the Ugu District Council Meeting. The budget speech will be broadcasted live on Ugu Youth Radio 93.4FM from 11 am. We invite the Ugu community to tune in and listen to the municipality’s plans on service delivery and other special programmes aimed at combating the triple challenge of poverty, unemployment and inequality. DISTRICT GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY SUMMIT: Poverty alleviation has become one of the district’s service delivery priorities and as part of the ongoing struggle to create a better district for all, our municipality will host the District Growth and Development Strategy (GDS) Summit where key stakeholders will engage and resolve on strategies that will ensure sustainable economic growth thus responding to the triple challenge phenomenon of poverty, unemployment and inequality whilst promoting environmental sustainability and development. The two-day summit will be from 14-15 June 2018 and will see the participation among others of stakeholders from the business sector, civil society and community leaders.

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YDENS ‘n besoek aan ‘n plaaslike supermark verlede week het ek by die ingang ‘n geselsie aangeknoop met ‘n man wat inligting verskaf en handtekeninge werf vir ‘n petisieveldtog teen renosterstropery. Dieselfde dag nog was daar berigte in die nuusmedia oor regsoptrede teen ‘n boer op wie se plaas groot hoeveelhede renosterhoring ontdek is, en verskeie publikasies het verwys na inhegtenisnemings van stropers, onder wie ‘n senior polisieman. Dit het my laat moed skep dat daar vordering gemaak word om hierdie weersinswekkende slagting van hierdie diere die hoof te bied. Totdat ek vandeesweek ‘n berig in die Daily Maverick gelees het wat my moed in my skoene laat sak het. Dit is geskryf deur ‘n Switserse filmmaker Karl Ammann, wat saam met die Suid-Afrikaner Phil Hattingh ses jaar bestee het om ‘n dokumentêre rolprent oor renosterstropery te maak met die naam ‘The Hanoi Connection’. Ammann behandel verskeie aspekte van die probleem, uiteraard te veel om alles te noem in ‘n berig soos hierdie, maar die basiese slotsom waartoe hy gekom het, is dat die vraag steeds sal groei tot heelwat meer as die duisend renosters per jaar wat afgemaai word. Die hoofrede hiervoor is die klemverskuiwing van ‘gesondheid tot rykdom’. Ammann en Hattingh het talle besoeke aan lande soos Viëtnam, China, Laos, Myanmar en ander in die Verre-Ooste gebring, en tot die slotsom gekom dat ‘n groot persentasie van die kopers van renosterhoringprodukte om gesondheidsredes waarskynlik mislei word. Hulle word vertel hulle koop renosterhoring, maar ontvang gepoeierde horing van allerlei boksoorte en waterbuffel. In

Guangzhou in China het hulle selfs op duisende nagemaakte renosterhorings by ‘n mark vir diereprodukte afgekom. Hulle het op plekke renosterhoringpoeier en -fragmente gekoop, en dit vir toetse na die Veeartsenykundige-genetikalaboratorium aan die Universiteit van Pretoria vir ontleding gestuur. Hierdie laboratorium analiseer soveel DNA-monsters van lewende en dooie renosters as wat moontlik is. Dis bekend as die RhODIS-stelsel, waarvan die databasis reeds die DNA-profiele van 20-duisend renosters, ook van ander Afrikastate, bevat. Die laboratoriumtoetse het getoon dat bykans 90% van die renosterhoringfragmente en -poeier afkomstig van die tradisonele Chinese gesondheidswinkels, geen renosterhoring bevat het nie. Ammann sê van die poeier was afkomstig van hoogsbedreigde bokspesies in Europa en Asië, asook koedoes, skape en waterbuffel. Wat hulle wel ook vasgestel het in besoeke aan juweliers- en artefaktewinkels in die gegoede toeriste-areas van verskeie stede in die Verre0oste, is dat egte renosterhorings daar vrylik beskikbaar is as luukse items. Wat beteken dat honderdduisende Amerikaanse dollar bestee word deur welgestelde Asiërs om renosterhorings as statussimbole te koop. Volgens Ammann is dit duidelik dat die dominante markkrag in die handel met renosterhorings nie meer medisinaal is nie. Status, en veral die sosiale ‘agting’ wat met duur, ‘verbode’ goedere geassosieer word, dryf nou die aanvraag. Nagemaakte renosterhoring word ook in hierdie duur mark verkoop, daarom stuur kopers dikwels kenners om vas te stel of dit wat hulle koop, eg is. Ammann en Hattingh het ook gevind dat hoewel 90% van die produkte wat hulle by die gesondheidswinkels gekoop het, oneg was, was 90% van die artikels afkomstig

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van die winkels met die luukse egte renosterhoring. Oor die afgelope drie jaar, het monsters wat Pretoria toe gestuur is, 40 egte individuele renoster DNA-profiele opgelewer. RhODIS-tegnici by die universiteit het meesal witrenosterhoring geïdentifiseer, maar ook dié van swart renosters. Die interessanste en betekenisvolste bevinding was egter dat 90% van die monsters glad nie verbind kon word met enige van die RhODIS-DNAprofiele op hul rekords nie. Nou ontstaan die vraag: Waar kom hierdie ander horings vandaan? Suid-Afrika het ‘n beheerstelsel waarvolgens alle renosters in privaatbesit geregistreer word, en enige

Wouter se Watergat DIE jongste gesprekke hier in die Watergat, behalwe oor die onlangse rugbywendinge, was die afgelope week in ‘n stadium witwarm en het hoofsaaklik gehandel oor die algemene toestand in ons land. Die sneller, verkoon die ‘woordspeling’, was die moord op ‘n ANC-amptenaar in Margate, gevolg deur nog twee sluipmoorde ‘n dag of wat later elders in KZN. Dan was daar ook die poging tot moord op ‘n senior amptenaar van SADTU. Ander gebeure wat bespreek is, was die anargie wat in die Noordwes-provinsie uitgebreek het, en verskeie soortgelyke voorvalle van onrus, geweld en plundery wanneer mense nie hul sin kry nie. Die algemene gevoel was dat ons Suid-Afrikaners afgestomp raak deur hierdie geweld en dit onbewustelik begin aanvaar as ‘normaal’. Totdat jy dit aan jou eie bas begin voel. ‘n Plaaslike

joernalis met goeie politieke kontakte wat ‘n ‘huistoegaandop’ hier kom drink het, het ons meegedeel dat daar agter die skerms in die plaaslike ANC ernstige woelinge is, en mense bang en bevrees is. Die Zuma-kamp in die provinsie is hier nog goed gevestig, hoewel die tak amptelik Ramaphosa-ondersteuners is, en is blykbaar besig met kwaai destablisasie-taktiek. Dis bekend dat die vermoorde lid pro-Ramaphosa was, en dit was nogal opmerklik hoe gou die Minister van Polisie, Bheki Cele, wat ook sterk pro-Cyril is, hier opgedaag het. Ewenwel, ons het almal ons ‘eiertjies gelê’, en die gevolgtrekking was hier kom groot moeilikheid, want die Zumaïte, deur homself aangespoor, is besig om te hergroepeer soos min. Ook in die ander provinsies. Dis ondenkbaar wat gaan gebeur indien President Ramaphosa na die provin-

vermiste diere word aangeteken. Die vervaardigers van die dokumentêre rolprent meen alles dui daarop hierdie stelsel is nie waterdig nie, en dat gewetenlose renoster-eienaars maniere kan vind om horings ‘deur die agterdeur te verkoop’ sonder om bang vir die gevolge te wees. Sekere Suid-Afrikaanse renoster-eienaars het laat blyk hulle ontvang gereeld navrae van potensiële klante wat vra waar horings gekoop kan word. Niemand is nog vervolg omdat daar ‘n renoster op hul plaas vermis word, of omdat van die renosters op hul eiendom nie horings het nie. Omdat daar baie min plaaslike renosterhoring-verbruikers in Suid-Afri-

ka is, vra die vervaardigers die vraag of pogings om die handel in renosterhoring te wettig, nie bloot ‘n manier is om ‘n reedsvoooruitstrewende plaaslike mark – waarvan die produkte reeds wêreldwyd beskikbaar is – te formaliseer nie. Hierdie dokumentêr bevat talle verbasende en insiggewende onthullings, en of die situasie so erg is was wat dit lyk, sal die tyd moet leer. Een feit staan egter soos ‘n paal bo water: Indien Suid-Afrika ( en die res van Afrika) nie drastiese stappe doen om hierdie gety om te keer nie, gaan ons renosters die een na die ander afgemaai word. Want geld en gierigheid wen gewoonlik enige stryd.

WW siale kieskonferensies ontsetel word. Kom ons praat liewer rugby. Waar die situasie ewe sleg is. Die Sharks het weer in die hek geduik, tot ons groot verdriet, die Lions is nie ‘n skadu van wat hulle was nie en word vinnig op die punteleer ingehaal deur die Jaguares, wat skielik ontpop het in ‘n formidale span. Dit terwyl die ander Suid-Afrikaanse spanne, en die Aussies mekaar uitknikker en die Nieu-Seelanders almal oorheers. Indien die reëls anders was, sou vier Kiwi-spanne die uitspeelwedstryde uitgespook het. Dit is ‘n voldonge feit dat een van die Nieu-Seelandse spanne weer die titel gaan wen. Hulle is ligjare beter as die res. John Fensham van Munster het tydens ons politieke gesprekke vertel van die vrou in ‘n warmlug-ballon wat b esef het sy is verdwaal. Sy daal af en sien ‘n man loop. ‘Verskoon my, kan jy my help asseblief? Ek het iemand belowe ek sal hom ontmoet, en ek weet nou nie waar

STILTETYD: Die laaste sal eerste wees VOOR die koms van vakbonde was dit baie makliker om werkers uit te buit. Vakbonde het egter so magtig geword dat die besighede swaar trek onder hulle eise. In plaas daarvan dat daar ewewig is tussen die regte van werkers en werkgewers, swaai die skaal soms te veel na die een kant toe, tot nadeel van een van die partye. Die ideaal is dat daar ’n wen-wen situasie behoort te wees van geen en neem, gegrond op billikheid en regverdigheid. Die gelykenis van die arbeiders wat gelyk betaal is al het sommige minder werk gedoen, sou dalk die vakbonde van vandag dwars in die krop gesteek het. Selfs die werkgewers sou dalk dit moeilik gevind het om iemand wat heeldag gewerk het en iemand wat net ’n uur gewerk het, dieselfde te betaal. Tog is dit skynbaar waarop dit neerkom in die gelykenis wat Jesus in Matteus 20:1-16 vertel.

ek is nie.’ Die man antwoord haar: ‘Jy is in ‘n warmlug-ballon 15 meter bokant die grond. Jy is tussen die 40e en 41e breedtegraad suid en tussen die 59e en 60e lengtegraad wes.’ ‘Jy is seker ‘n ingenieur’, sê die vrou. ‘Ek is ja,’ antwoord die man, ‘hoe het jy geweet?’ ‘Wel’, verklaar sy, ‘alles wat jy my vertel het, is waarskynlik tegnies korrek, maar ek verstaan dit nie en is nog steeds verdwaal. My gesprek met jou het my nog net verder vertraag.’ Die man kyk haar meewarig aan. ‘Jy is seker ‘n ANC-parlementslid’. ‘Ek is’, antwoord sy, ‘maar hoe het jy geweet?’ ‘Wel’, sê die man. ‘Jy weet nie waar jy is of waar jy heengaan nie. Jy het gestyg tot waar jy is weens ‘n klomp warm lug. Jy het ‘n belofte gemaak wat jy nie kan nakom nie, en jy verwag mense onder jou moet jou probleme oplos. Die feit is, jy is nog presies in dieselfde situasie waar jy was voordat ons begin praat het, en op die een of ander manier is dit alles my skuld……’

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Dit gaan egter in die gelykenis nie om arbeidsake nie. Jesus gee ons in die gelykenis insae in hoe God se hart werk. Daar is mense wat dink dat God hulle behoort te beloon vir hul opoffering in Sy diens. So was daar die man wat sy invalide vrou vir 30 jaar opgepas het. Toe die predikant vir hom noem dat dit ’n edel daad is, maar dat almal eendag deur God gelyk behandel sal word, was hy baie kwaad. Hy het darem gedink dat hy beter behandel sal word vir sy opoffering, byna nes Petrus hulle gedink het in Matteus 19. In God se oë is daar egter nie groter of kleiner Christene nie. Almal is voor Hom gelyk. God se ekonomie werk op die beginsel van genade, onverdiende guns alleen. Die Christen se beloning is die vreugde om diensbaar aan God en ander te wees. Daarom sal die laastes eerste wees en die eerstes laaste. Mense op wie ons nou neersien, sal ons voorgaan in God se nuwe wêreld. Dit is die paradoks van die Christelike lewe. Hy wat werk vir loon in God se nuwe wêreld sal skade lei. Hy wat dien uit liefde, sal verbaas wees as hy beloon word eendag. Waar pas jy in?


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My name is Nontlahla Jalubane, a resident in Bizana, Eastern Cape my contact 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 repossed 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 Michelle Moodley, an Indian woman from Port Shepstone, who had serious financial problems all because of Fake Doctors & Herbalists. I called Michelle Moodley 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.

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BABA GASELA THE ONLY WAY TO A SUCCESSFUL LIFE To my fellow South Africans its your time to choose to make changes in your life this 2018. You have no more excuses for your financial problems that you have. My name is Akhona Shazi from Margate, KZN and my cell is 083 402 2427 but now live in Umhlanga in Durban because of business and properties that l have that Baba Gasela helped me to get through his wonderful miracles. 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 Michelle Moodley, a 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.

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IT’S REALLY HAPPENING WITH BABA GASELA!!!! My name is Londu Gumede 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 for witnessing the good job BABA GASELA is doing to help people & to the newspapers for publishing these true testimonies. To all my fellow Widows. Divorcees’ and people who have financial problems and those whoON experienced disappointment with inexperienced Doctors, Herbalists 8. Sangomas. Call BABA SHANGE NOW 083 261 4311 him today he will change your life into a new world.

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CLASSIFIEDS MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 077 of 2018

MUNICIPAL NOTICE: 103 of 2018

TENDER NO: 8/2/RNM0089 INTENTION TO AWARD TENDER DATE: 17 MAY 2018 Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby gives notice that it intends to award the following tenders in terms of its Supply Chain Management processes Tender no Resolution no 8/2/RNM0018 BAC203/05/2018 8/2/RNM0055 BAC204/05/2018

Description CONSTRUCTION OF THONGAZI PEDESTRAIN BRIDGE IN WARD ONE ACACIA ROAD STORM WATER UPGRADE

Serv rvice Provider KHOZA TRADING

IGORHA CONSTRUCTION

SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

CONSTRUCTION OF MKANTI GRA R VEL ACCESS ROAD Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby invites Bids for Construction of Mkanti Gravel Access Road within its jurisdiction as specified in the under-mentioned bid document. Bidders who are registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) with a classification grading of 3 CE or higher, are eligible to submit a Bid and will be considered for an award. The suitably qualified tenders are invited in terms of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality Supply Chain Management Policy objective to spend a minimum of 40% (40 percent) of its annual procurement budget to Historically Disadvantaged Individuals (HDIs) – youth, women, person with disabilities within the jurisdiction of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, through the application of Preferential Procurement Policy and relevant policies. This is also in line with contracttor development of black emerging contractors. Preference will be given to 100% black owned EME’s which are Level one (01) BBBEE status level. Bid documents may be obtained after 09h00 on Friday, 18 May 2018 from the Municipal Offices of the Department of Technical Services, 1 Protea Road, Marburg upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R740.00 VAT inclusive for each document. Bids will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a cashier, please note that there are not cashiers at the Marburg Office. Cashiers offices are at the Old Post Office Building, opposite Shoprite Checkers, Port Shepstone i.e. Corner of Wooley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone

UMDONI MUNICIPALITY Postal Address: Box 19 Scottburgh 4180

J.E.W.E.L. OF THE SOUTH COAST Physical Address: Cnr. Bram Fischer & Williamson Street Scottburgh 4180

Tel: 039 - 976 1202 Fax: 039 - 976 0017

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A compulsory clarification meeting will be held at the Offices of the Departmen nt of Technical Services at 1 Protea Street, Marburg on Thursday, 24 May 2018 at 09h00 followed by a site visit to the MKANTI GRAVEL ACCESS ROAD. Fully completed bid documents and two (2) copies must be in a sealed envelope clearly marked: “Bid Number 8/2/RNM0089– Construction of Mkanti Gravel Access Road” which must be deposited in the Tender Box which can be found in the foyer of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, 4240 not later than 12h00 on Friday, 08 June 2018. FAILURE TO SUBMIT THE TWO (2) COPIES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION.

This notice serves to inform all interested parties that the closing date for the tenders indicated below, advertised in the South Coast Fever on the 19 April 2018, has changed from 17 May 2018 to 21 May 2018

All enquiries are to be directed to Mr Nkululeko Sithole of Umpisi Engineers & Project Managers on 031 566 4209 or nkululekos@umpisi.com

Bids are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the Bid document and must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant bid number and must be Deposited in the official Bid box in the foyer of the Umdoni Local Municipality at Corner Bram Fisher and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 not later than 12h00 on 21 MAY 2018 at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids.

f er, The procedure for evaluation of responsive tender will be Method 4: Financial Off Preferences and Quality (Functionality). Evaluations of tenders will be done in two stages. Firstly, eligibility and quality (Functionality) will be assessed: where after tend ders who scored a minimum of 60 % of the points or above, will be evaluated using the 80/20 Preference Point System for Financial Off f er and Preference. The Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (PPPFA) (Act No.5 of 2000) applies to this tender.

MN NUMBER 129/2018 BID NO: 16/2018 PANEL OF PROFESSIONAL (ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS ON TURNKEY BASIS)

The evaluation criteria for quality must comprise of the details as per table below:-

MN NUMBER 134/2018 BID NO: 21/2018 PROVISION OF INSURANCE SERVICES MN NUMBER 130/2018 BID NO: 17/2018 PANEL OF PROFESSIONAL CIVIL AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS. MN NUMBER 138/2018 BID NO: 25/2018 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF GENERAL WORKERS UNIFORMS

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MN NUMBER 137/2018 BID NO: 24/2018 SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF FIBRE OPTIC Phase 1

NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS:

MN NUMBER 136/2018 BID NO: 23/2018 SPECIALIZED SERVICES OF REMOVAL SANITARY BINS AND DISPOSAL FEMALE ABLUTION 70 TOILETS

• The Supply Chain Management Policy of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality will apply. The council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to the whole or part of the bid, or reject all bids and cancel the notice to tender. • The bidder who is awarded the Contract must sub-contract at most 30% of the award value to the SMME. • Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in BLACK INK will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. • Bidders to ensure that tender documents are purchased before the start of the clarification meeting, NO late coming will be entertained. • Members or Directors of Companies or Service Provider who are state employees are not allowed to tender or quote. • Unsuccessful bidders will be informed of the tender outcome through Municipal website and local newspaper(s). Aggrieved unsuccessful bidders will be allowed to lodge within fourteen (14 days) of the decision or action, a writer objection or complaint to the office of the Municipal Manager through email, mm@rnm.gov.za of fax number 0865297195. Complaints or objections received after fourteen (14) days of the date of the notice WILL NOT be entertained. • Bidders to submit TWO (2) copies of the bid document together with the original bid document, bidders that fail to submit copies will be disqualified • Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 120 days

MN NUMBER 144/2018 BID NO: 26/2018 PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS SERVICES FOR THE UMDONI LANDFILL SITE MN NUMBER 132/2018 BID NO: 19/2018 PANEL OF CONTRACTORS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF SPEED HUMPS MN NUMBER 131/2018 BID NO: 18/2018 PANEL OF CONTRACTORS FOR THE REPAIRS OF POTHOLES MN NUMBER 133/2018 BID NO: 20/2018 ASSET MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MN NUMBER 135/2018 BID NO: 22/2018 LIFEGUARD SERVICES FOR 3 YEARS All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit on telephone number 039-976 1202 during office hours. Umdoni Local Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any bid in whole or part.

Mr BA XULU ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER

S M MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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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 0017

Advertisement calling for a Bid MN 172/2018

Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids.

BID NO: 27/2018 COMPILING OF STREET ADDRESS DATABASE

Bids are hereby invited for a compiling of street address database. Bid documents may be obtained from the Umdoni Local Municipality offices at Corner Bram Fischer and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 from the 22 May 2018 at 09h00 – 14:30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R300.00. No cheques will be accepted. Bids are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the Bid document and must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant bid number and must be Deposited in the official Bid box in the foyer of the Umdoni Local Municipality at Corner Bram Fisher and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 not later than 12h00 on 08 JUNE 2018 at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids. Umdoni Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No.5 of 2000). Bidders must achieve 60% Functionality to qualify for the next stage. The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this contract. All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit 039-976 1202 and Technical queries to be directed to Mr R Ntombela on telephone numbers 039-976 2432 during office hours.

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BID NO: 28/2018

LOCAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY REVIEW AND CONSOLIDATION Bids are hereby invited for a local economic development strategy review and consolidation. Bid documents may be obtained from the Umdoni Local Municipality offices at Corner Bram Fischer and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 from the 22 May 2018 at 09h00 – 14:30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R300.00. No cheques will be accepted. Bids are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the Bid document and must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant bid number and must be Deposited in the official Bid box in the foyer of the Umdoni Local Municipality at Corner Bram Fisher and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 not later than 12h00 on 08 JUNE 2018 at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids. Umdoni Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No.5 of 2000). Bidders must achieve 60% Functionality to qualify for the next stage. The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this contract. All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit 039-976 1202 and Technical queries to be directed to Mr R Ntombela on telephone numbers 039-976 2432 during office hours.

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Umdoni Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No.5 of 2000). Bidders must achieve 60% Functionality to qualify for the next stage. The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this contract. All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit 039-976 1202 and Technical queries to be directed to Mr R Ntombela on telephone numbers 039-976 2432 during office hours.

MN 175/2018

BID NO: 30/2018

UMZINTO TOWN URBAN DESIGN FRAMEWORK PLAN Bids are hereby invited for an Umzinto town urban design framework plan. Bid documents may be obtained from the Umdoni Local Municipality offices at Corner Bram Fischer and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 from the 22 May 2018 at 09h00 – 14:30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R300.00. No cheques will be accepted. Bids are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the Bid document and must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant bid number and must be Deposited in the official Bid box in the foyer of the Umdoni Local Municipality at Corner Bram Fisher and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 not later than 12h00 on 08 JUNE 2018 at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids. Umdoni Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No.5 of 2000). Bidders must achieve 60% Functionality to qualify for the next stage. The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this contract. All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit 039-976 1202 and Technical queries to be directed to Mr R Ntombela on telephone numbers 039-976 2432 during office hours.

MN 176/2018

BID NO: 31/2018

UMDONI MUNICIPAL SPATIAL DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK FOR 2017/2018 Bids are hereby invited for an Umdoni municipal SDF for 2017/2018. Bid documents may be obtained from the Umdoni Local Municipality offices at Corner Bram Fischer and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 from the 22 May 2018 at 09h00 – 14:30 upon non-refundable cash payment of R300.00. No cheques will be accepted. Bids are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the Bid document and must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant bid number and must be Deposited in the official Bid box in the foyer of the Umdoni Local Municipality at Corner Bram Fisher and Williamson Street, Scottburgh, 4180 not later than 12h00 on 08 JUNE 2018 at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids delivered to the Municipality by courier services will not be considered. Bids shall be valid for a period of 120 days after the closing date for the submission of Bids. Umdoni Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No.5 of 2000). Bidders must achieve 60% Functionality to qualify for the next stage. The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this contract. All SCM Bid queries are to be directed to Mr B. Makiwane SCM Unit 039-976 1202 and Technical queries to be directed to Mr R Ntombela on telephone numbers 039-976 2432 during office hours. Umdoni Local Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid and reserves the right to accept any bid in whole or part.

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