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Shakas Head road works will take six months sub-base and base layers, priming and premixing the 3,6 km by five-metre road, construction of speed humps, construction and laying of stormwater drainage pipes, construction of inlet/

catch pit manhole, construction of headwalls, construction of retaining walls, road marking of the 3,6 km long road, precast kerbing and cleaning and de-establishing from the site.

According to Govender, the project is valued at R12 387 317,62 and is expected to continue for six months. “This project puts paid to the claim that the ANC manifesto and promises

made during the electioneering period and in meetings, were a talk shop. “I am particularly happy that this community waited for this long without burning tyres, you remained calm. “That is why today we have finally come to you to upgrade all the non-

conducive and muddy roads to blacktop. “While we all know that the project will not employ all of us here today, I encourage everyone to ensure that widowed women and children from child-headed households [are considered],” said Govender.

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Men’s imbizo to resuscitate ethics and morals among men WEEKLY REPORTER

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HE Njabulo Ricardo Charity Foundation held it’s inaugural Men’s Imbizo on Saturday at the Madundube community hall in KwaDukuza. This initiative forms part of the foundation’s bid to build a united front that includes all men and women. Held under the theme Indoda Eqotho Iba Umvikeli Womndeni Nomphakathi Ayiwuhlukumezi, the imbizo attracted 200 men, all of

whom pledged to be better men and committed to ensuring that they as men and fathers will work hard to resuscitate ethics and morals in the community, particularly among boys and young men. Explaining why the foundation must hold such gatherings, chairperson of the foundation Ricardo Mthembu said: “It is important that we take this opportunity to recognise the contributions boys and men have made in our communities. “Time and again, we remember

only the horror and forget that the forerunners of modern medicine, mining, construction, law and sport were all men. We need to tell this to our men so that they begin to see their worth and slowly decolonise the idea of the colonisers that black men are labourers and their comfort is in a bottle of liquor. “We also want to urge all men to use non-violent methods to help others, particularly women, to understand what it is they want to say or mean to say.”

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Helping women rise from abuse JYOTHI LALDAS

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HIS Women’s Day, Nation Builders tackled a pandemic that affects thousands of women across the nation. The abuse of women has escalated drastically over the past few years, so much so that police stations across the nation have been inundated with cases of violence against women. With this in mind, Nation Builders equipped 70 women at its Women’s Day seminar which was held on August 9, with practical steps on how to break free from abusive relationships.

Keynote speaker Annet Michelle Sewraj encouraged all women to break the cycle of abuse and to use their skills, talent and abilities to reinvent themselves and improve their lifestyles. She emphasised that true freedom from abuse begins with a change of mindset. Her message was one of hope for a better future for every woman who is willing to rise up and take charge of her life. The day was highlighted by celebrating the opportunities women have and the support that is available to assist women to equip and empower themselves today. Umhlali SAPS communications officer Cap-

tain Vinny Pillay thanked Nation Builders for hosting the event and for the work it is doing to impact and empower abused women in the country. He added that there is free counselling available at the trauma unit at Umhlali SAPS and they need organisations like Nation Builders to come alongside and assist in empowering women. Pillay said he looks forward to partnering and working with the non-profit organisation in future community projects. The day’s programme also included breakfast, lunch, entertainment and a special care bag for the women present.

Sewraj thanked Pillay and the Umhlali SAPS for partnering with Nation Builders for the event. Nation Builders will host its “Arise Shine, it’s our Time” conference on August 24. The event will take place at the Umhlali Country Club commencing at 1.30 pm and aims to equip women with skills to lead in their chosen careers. Topics that will be explored include unlocking your entrepreneurial potential, growing your finances and developing your true self. For more information, contact Leann Peters at 083 743 4812.

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It’s time to call the king’s bluff MONDLI MAKHANYA

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HEN Cyril Ramaphosa was photographed kneeling in front of King Goodwill Zwelithini in January last year, many were angry and ridiculed him for his apparent subservience. Aides to the then newly elected president of the ANC were quick to try to reverse the perception created by the images. They claimed that Ramaphosa was showing Zwelithini a photo album of his cattle, a passion that they both share, and he was only in that position to make sure he could properly guide the monarch through the images. Nobody bought that story. The scene was a clear reflection of how the person who was soon to be our president saw himself in relation to the king. Ramaphosa is not alone. His craven positioning is one that is shared by most South African politicians, businesspeople and influential folks. All the country’s presidents, from Nelson Mandela to Ramaphosa, become chicken-hearted when Zwelithini is around. And when he rattles his sabre, they believe he has the capacity to unleash legions on them. Like a spoilt child who keeps demanding more attention and shinier toys from his parents, Zwelithini has become very adept at the time-tested tactic of kicking and screaming. He uses it to great effect and everyone

falls for it. The difference, though, is that, unlike a bratty toddler, Zwelithini’s demands are huge. They include a massive salary, upkeep for six palaces, as well as endless amounts of money for travel and miscellaneous activities that he dreams up when he has consumed a certain recently decriminalised agricultural product. The king’s latest tantrum is about the Ingonyama Trust, the child of a late-night liaison between the apartheid regime and the government of the erstwhile KwaZulu Bantustan. The establishment of the trust in 1994, on the eve of the transition to democracy, transferred virtually all the land in KwaZulu to the custodianship of the king. In essence, it entrenched the existence of the Bantustan and denied those living on Ingonyama land the same rights that would be enjoyed by other citizens who would soon be living in a constitutional South Africa. In its 25 years of existence, the trust has given the greedy Zwelithini and the wolfish crowd around him the ability to exploit the peasant population in KwaZulu-Natal. They have been able to abuse them at will, demanding exorbitant rent (for their own properties) and colluding with mining companies to forcibly remove people from land that is “required” for extraction. Despite the Ingonyama Trust being a poster child

for injustice and knowing full well how it was conceived, successive governments have been so fearful of Zwelithini and the Bantustan party that used to prop him up that they have not lifted a finger in defence of his victims. When proposals have been made for the trust to be disbanded and the legislation that established it to be repealed, Zwelithini has responded with venom and deadly threats. At some point, he even outright threatened war and the secession of KwaZulu-Natal from South Africa if the national government dared touch his illicit pot of gold. He even asked all Zulus to contribute R5 each towards a fund to defend his right to exploit them. Zulus residing in foreign climes such as the U.S. and Germany would “come back and fight for their land”, he claimed. This, in a way, would be a good thing as actress Nomzamo Mbatha would be compelled to cut her Los Angeles sojourn short and come home to fight. Last year, Zwelithini even attacked the Constitution, saying it was an insulting document: “It pains me to note I am a ruler‚ yet there’s someone who’s above me [the country’s president].” In the wake of the release of the report by the presidential panel on land reform, which recommended a review of the trust, Zwelithini has been ranting like a mad man again.

At a recent imbizo, he said: “I want you to know that this land belongs to the current reigning king of AmaZulu and previous kings and queens, and will not be taken from us. It will not die or be taken during my reign and your time.” When he says “us”, he means “me”. In defending his hold on the land, Zwelithini wants to maintain his ability to score millions from renting and leasing property to clients from the private sector. He wants to be able to profit by keeping the province’s rural population in servitude and denying them access to a right to property ownership. This should not be tolerated in a constitutional state, but it is, because those who hold constitutional power safeguard the interests of someone who believes he should be above the Constitution and that the law should not apply to him. If action is not taken soon to dissolve the Ingonyama Trust and give the people who live on that land the right of ownership, we will be extending their oppression and allowing a greedy monarch who belongs in another century to behave like we are still in another century. Zwelithini would love us all to believe he can raise legions of soldiers and order them into battle. It is time to end the kneeling and call his bluff. • Mondli Makhanya is the editor of City Press.

The youth are falling victim to the drug abuse pandemic Vacancy at KwaDukuza Private Hospital KwaDukuza Private Hospital, situated in Stanger, is a multi-disciplinary private healthcare facility that provides quality healthcare to its’ patients driven by a strong, customer-centric focus. The following key position exists:

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THE next generation and the youth in general, are heartbreakingly falling victim to, or already are victims of, the drug abuse pandemic. When you mention or hear or read “whoonga”, on the streets, in council or on social media, you feel helpless and angry at the same time. You think that as an individual or group of individuals, viz. keyboard warriors on the KwaDukuza - Ilembe Matters Reporting, for example, or dual thumb critics on their smartphones, how help can possibly get to our young people, but we as ward or community leaders know that a gargantuan joint effort of people from all walks of life is the silver bullet that must keep on travelling for a while on its trajectory. A triumvirate of support groups needs to be established, starting with a drug rehabilitation facility, then a depression and anxiety support group (local psychologists and Sadag, hope you are reading) and an epilepsy support group, because the withdrawal from drug

(ab) use, leaves people with anxiety and suicidal thoughts, and some start getting seizures. Here in KwaDukuza, especially in the wards that are neighbouring the locus of the CBD and moving outwards, the whoonga pandemic is leaving us with, and it pains me to say it, the walking dead (yes, like AMC’s zombies) in their own world and grave, in that behind their eyes is just death and they look anorexic. When you think of the Vietnam War and how the American soldiers, under President Richard Nixon, lost their lives — heck they lost a generation, how will history judge us if we fail this generation. God help us! “Resist the temptation to use drugs, and to be used by criminal syndicates in their drive to destabilise our society. Prove to the criminals and the lawless that they have no friends in our midst.” (President Nelson Mandela in Ladysmith on Youth Day, 1995.) CLLR VERNON PILLAY KwaDukuza Disclaimer

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