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ESIDENTS of Glenhills and surrounding areas have been experiencing constant water cuts over the past few months sometimes for days on end - due to municipal renovations of old infrastructure. Glenhills, Lot 14 and 16 have been living with a water crisis for the past few months and complaining about persistent water cuts by the iLembe District Municipality (IDM) without proper consultation. It is public knowledge that IDM is currently facing financial constraints and as a result water provision services to the community is affected. Over the past two weeks water supply has been restored in the area however, now there are complaints about the quality of water flowing from the taps.

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meetings with the community where we explained the water crisis iLembe is faced with and that some of the problems are caused by the renovations to the old infrastructure as well as vandalism, but we are also aware of some people in the community who want to politicise the matter. “The iLembe District Municipality, through its communication’s department, issued a statement which stated that the commissioning of the pipeline from the balancing reservoir between Kearsney and Glenhills is underway and as a precaution iLembe has scoured the water from the newly-charged and increased the chlorine dosage into the reservoir to minimise the contamination supplied to ward 13 communities. In addition samples have been taken to our external independent laboratory to ensure compliance. We can safely say the water is safe for consumption.”


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WADUKUZA Mayor Ricardo Mthembu has welcomed the naming of the 1.5km bus route in Groutville after political activist and Nobel Peace Prize recipient Chief Albert Luthuli, as he officiated the sod turning of the R5, 9 million project on Tuesday, April 17. Mthembu said this is done in honour of the late activist who organised non-violent campaigns to defy discriminatory laws in South Africa during apartheid and that it is imperative that it be named after the struggle stalwart. “Based on the contribution Luthuli made in African politics as a leader of a

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What to do when you’re broke and unemployed SAMKELISIWE GUMEDE SO you’re 20-something, you made it through the ball of confusion that high school was, you made it into your dream university then discovered it was actually hell to go through, you embraced the sleepless nights doing assignments and studying super hard and you’ve finally reached the finish line — graduation. Good for you, you’ve already done better than all the people just sitting at home, doing nothing with their lives, right? Well, you could say that. Now you’re out in the big bad world but as smart and hardworking as you are, you still haven’t been able to land an interview, call back or even a “we regret to inform you” e-mail from the hundreds of companies you’ve applied to. So, basically, you are sitting at home with your virtual diploma or degree right now. You are broke because you don’t have a job and your parents have no reason to give you money anymore because you’re off

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If you’re an architect or lawyer, make sure you know professionals in those fields who can share their knowledge with you, inspire you and teach you the tricks of the trade, so to speak. 4. WORK ON YOUR CV I can be very stubborn at times and this worked against me when it came to compiling my CV. I was so convinced that I was doing my CV the right way that I hardly ever asked for any help with it, until one day I realised that I wasn’t getting call backs from the places I applied to. So I decided to research what companies expect from a CV. I was shocked because I had been doing my CV wrong the whole time. I swallowed my pride and decided to do thorough research on how to perfect it. I read a book from UCT on how to compile the perfect resume. I changed my approach completely and in less than a month, I got called for my first interview; now that was encouraging. 5. FIND WAYS TO MAKE MONEY Not having money can be quite stressful when you’re in your 20s and have so many things to do that require an income. Firstly, whatever you do, do not put yourself in unnecessary debt. You can do without those Adidas Superstars, you can do without that iPhone and you certainly won’t die if you shop at Mr Price, Jam, thrift shops and second-hand places. Sometimes that is where you find

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MOST of us will agree that there are people who simply don’t know how to deal with an apology, or the need to apologise. Let me list three kinds of such people for the sake of this discussion. Those who apologise, ask for forgiveness, promise

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to the effect that no one should be flying business and first class if economy class can do, or staying at expensive hotels and renting expensive cars without the need to, or simply spending public money as if there were plenty more where it came from. In true Ramaphosa style, the president recently announced a high-profile team of presidential envoys consisting of former Finance minister Trevor Manuel, former deputy Finance minister Mcebisi Jonas, former Standard Bank CEO Jacko Maree and businessperson Phumzile Langeni. The team are expected to use their extensive international networks to identify would-be investors, and show them the way to South Africa. Now, all of these developments are laudable. But the president seems to forget one thing: many white South Africans are waiting for him to assure them that there is a future for them in our country. They are confused by his silence concerning repeated racial sloganeering by Julius Malema and his followers, often filled with threats of violence targeting white South Africans. They want clarity on how the decision to expropriate land without compensation will be carried out — who will be affected, to what extent. Added to this, growing perceptions that there is a campaign to eliminate white farmers are not helpful. All of these things are linked. If the president is to succeed in his drive to rebuild credibility and attract investments, he will need the assurance that all South Africans are behind him and that none will go behind the back of his positive campaigns to draw the attention of the world to the negative things described above. He needs to rebuke politicians who continue to use race to divide South Africans. He also needs to get his party to acknowledge the role it played in guaranteeing Jacob Zuma protected space and longevity while he racially polarised South Africans and enabled the theft of billions from the public purse. The ANC must also tell us what it intends to do to make sure that South Africa never again has to live through the nightmare of state capture. It is hard to see how all South Africans at home and in the diaspora will be turned into the positive ambassadors that the country needs while some of them live in fear for their lives, or are uncertain about their place under the South African sun. • Solly Moeng is brand reputation management adviser and CEO of strategic corporate communications consultancy DonValley Reputation Managers.


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We want feminism ... but we want healing families more THOBEKA NYATHIKAZI

IN 1851, Sojourner Truth said: “If the first woman God

ever made was strong enough to turn the world upside down all alone, these women together ought to be able to turn it back, and get it right-side-up again!” Feminine strength is rooted in the exact femininity some of us have tried to escape in the effort to attain success for ourselves and our communities. I hiked up to the top of Table Mountain with friends whom I met literally two minutes before we began to climb. It was glorious. I was with a group of vibrant young beautiful African women, telling stories from their homes in South Africa, Zimbabwe, Kenya and Nigeria. All of the women were graduates studying for their master’s degrees in one thing or another, mostly on prestigious scholarships. I myself, having just entered a new industry in a new province, was travelling around while keeping one ear attentively listening out for stories around Africa’s development. On our way up the mountain, we sang songs, cheered each other on, discussed men and honesty, family, success and its cost. On our way down the mountain we were louder, funnier, faster, more patient with one another; we analysed our surroundings and conversed with those around us. Despite the challenges facing us as young black women across the continent, we are the most resilient of Africa’s population. We are often called the most vulnerable, but “resilient” is a stronger, more accurate word. In addition, we are often raising our siblings and taking our own peers under our wings. Poet Nayyirah Waheed writes: “You could be a water and soft river your way to freedom ... ” I believe this describes the works and interests of young African women across the continent and the diaspora, who have continued to work towards brighter

futures through empowering their families, despite opposition to their ideas. Sending the little they have home. We want feminism, but we want healed families more. You hear it in our conversations about feminism, and you see it in the things we fight for. Young women want communities that they know their children will be protected and empowered in. Young women were not part of the Fees Must Fall movement simply because fees had to fall, but because the generations they will birth deserve access to education. In the exploration of African thought, philosophy, methodology, ideology, etc. it is important that we raise the real issues facing our society. For the purpose of self-discovery, we are to prioritise defining ourselves and what it means to be an African, and what Africa needs to do next in order to compete and thrive globally. We often discuss feminism as if its application only has implications for how women are treated by men and “the system”. We also consider feminism outside of femininity, as if gender lines are okay to blur — they aren’t. The feminism I talk about is one that recognises the importance of the African family; the family comes second to other structures. The family is where we learn loyalty, co-operation, productivity, communication and many other highly critical social aspects that help us to mould our identity.A majority of Africans born in the seventies, eighties and nineties grew up in the midst of the challenges that were created by the breakdown and restructuring of the African family. Black Consciousness urges us to look again at family values, because the battle is won where the soldier trains, eats and sleeps. We want feminism, but we want healing families more. — HuffPost SA. • Thobeka Nyathikazi is a social entrepreneur, writer and law graduate.

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All systems go for motor car show Nation Builders founder Michelle Sewraj together with the various speakers, college representatives and attendees. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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N alarming 51.1% of South Africa’s youth are currently unemployed. In an effort to effect change in this statistic, Nation Builders has initiated an annual Prepare Careers Workshop and Exhibition to empower and equip Grade 12 pupils as well as unemployed members of the community with the necessary skills required to secure and retain jobs. The workshop took place at the Stanger Town Hall on Friday with experts from different fields coming to-

gether for the programme and covering topics including winning attitudes (Nel Sewraj - Battle-Axe Training and Development), interview skills and workplace ethics (Elizabeth Campos - Mancosa) and CV writing (Nicole Kalicharan - Savuka Event Management and Training). Local colleges, Boston Campus, Careers College, Shakaland Technical College and Mancosa, were also on exhibition at the event and had the opportunity to inform the delegates of the different courses they have to offer.

Delegates were given hands on, practical information and guidelines to start up their careers. Resource packs summarising the various topics that were covered during the sessions, including a goodie bag supplied by Mancosa were given to each delegate. Nations Builders chairperson Annet Sewraj said the Prepare Careers Workshop and Exhibition was an avenue for local schools and unemployed members of the community to take advantage of. She added that there are various opportunities available to the youth

of the community to upskill themselves through FET colleges, TVET colleges and via the SETA’s. Nation Builders has initiated many empowerment workshops and seeks to continue to host various community development events in the future. Community members are encouraged to take advantage of these events and to partner with Nation Builders in building and developing a better society. To partner with Nation Builders in future initiative and programmes contact Leann Peters on 083 540 8456/ nationbuilderssa@gmail.com

ARE you ready for a motor show spectacular? Then head down to the Stanger Manor Grounds on Saturday, May 26 at 5pm for the Motor Show. The fun-filled show caters for the whole family and will include stalls, food, live music, fun giveaways and two main events – the Show and Shine competition and the Sound Off competition. The Show and Shine will include classics and modern cars and will be judged according to internationally accepted criteria by renowned classic car enthusiasts. South Africa holds many international sound off titles and the organisers expect these titles to be matched, if not beaten, at the event. SHOW AND SHINE CATEGORIES: Entry per vehicle is R150 and you may select as many categories as you want. •Best Oldie •Best OEM (bagged, static and stock) •Best Supercar •Best Performance •Best Van (slammed, 4×4) •Best taxi (taxi, minivan, panel van all together) •Best rat •Best Bike •Best Static •Best Bagged •Best Camber (air, static) •Best Truck (air, static) •Best Fitment (air, static) •Best wheel (air, static) •Best Engine bay •Best Boot Setup •Best Interior •Best Paint •Best Euro (air, static) •Best Jap (air, static) •Best toy (air static – for children) •Best female driven •Best of the Show and crowd favourite voted by the crowd. SOUND OFF CATEGORIES: The sound off entry fee is R150 and includes two runs. •Street Beat •Novice •Clamp Class •Stock Division •No Walls Division •Trunk Division •Modified Division •Extreme Division •Port Wars •Black Out •Bass Battle •One Overall SPL Trophy. For enquiries contact, Kumarin Muniapphen on 073 171 7284 or Andrew Athymoolan on 083 787 4869.

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what’s on >> The Shree Durga Temple of 47 Larkspur street Stanger Manor will be observing the following prayers: Kavady chariot procession on April 28 at 1 pm. Main Kavady on April 29 at 7 am. Sponsors and donations in cash or kind welcome. All are invited. For more infomration, contact Guru P.S. Sharma on 076 839 8135 or Alan Murugan on 072 025 0678. >> Child Welfare SA - KwaDukuza will be holding a Jumble sale on a monthly basis at the Dawnview Primary School. We are appealing to members of the public

LOCAL man who is living with a disability has a passion for writing children’s books and is currently promoting his first book which was recently published. Calvin Green (31) of Rocky Park is a former uMfolozi TVET College engineering student, who had to abandon his studies due to an unfortunate incident where he was attacked and was later diagnosed with schizophrenia.

The tittle of his first published book is Being Young and Getting Older and the book is suitable for primary school pupils. The talented writer has highlighted that he gets his inspiration from his dreams and when he prays. “I would like to encourage other people with disabilities and tell them they too can do whatever they wish in life. These books that I write encourages reading for primary school kids. At the moment I am busy writing another book which will come

out soon,” he said. Green has pleaded with the KwaDukuza community to support his endeavour so he can continue writing more books. He also wants to encourage schools to use his books as teaching tools. The book copies are currently available and can be purchased by contacting him in person, he will also be available opposite Stanger Superspar this coming weekend. For more information, contact him on 082 096 5951.

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to donate any old or unwanted clothes towards their jumble sale. For more information, please contact Portia Mngomezulu on 032 5512129. >> Gledhow Eemperumal Temple holds it’s 87th annual Thiru emperumal festival starting on Friday May 4 - hawan at 5.30pm, flag hoisting at 6pm, Saturday May 5 - chariot procession at 3pm through South Village, Sunday May 6 - dehoisting of flag at 6am. All donations in cash or kind are most welcome please contact Logie at the temple or any one of the officials.

Supper will be served. All welcome. Spiritual head guru George Naicker 032 552 3487, chairman Babs Naidoo 032 552 5823 vice chairman Chin Gounden 032 552 3000, Logie Dorasamy 032 551 3798. >> The M.L. Sultan class of 1993 will be hosting its 25th reunion at the Darnall Country Club on April 28. Dress: formal. For more information, and to confirm attendance, contact Mohamed Manjoo on 060 994 7748 or Yugan Naicker on 081 270 3065 via WhatsApp. >> The Upper North Coast Eisteddfod

Committee affiliated to the KwaZulu-Natal Tamil Vedic Society invites you and your family to participate in the regional eisteddfod and showcase your talent. Training has started, so please contact Mala Avathar or Jenny Prem at 078 441 5431 for more information. >> The KwaDukuza Sai Centre is part of the SSIO (Sathya Sai International Organisation). We hold SSE / EHV (Education In Human Values) classes every Monday from 4 pm to 5 pm. For more information, contact Mr Gungapursad at 084 551 4347 or 032 551 4347.

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April 25, 2018

Amaciko emikhakha eyahlukene bezocobelelana ngolwazi kanye nokufukula umkhakha wezinkodlo kulelidolobha.

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KWADUKUZA Artist forum nokuyinhlanganisela yamaciko akhele lelidolobha namaphethelo isizibophezele ukufukula nokugqamisa umkhakha wezinkondlo ngenkathi behlangene nezimbongi ngeledlule. Lelithimba livakashele lapho lezibongi zihlangana khona ngaphansi kwesiqubulo esithi “Poetry Thursday” nebanjelwa ezindlini zoMtapo wolwazi waKwaDukuza.Amaciko angaphansi kwaleNhlanganisela nabeholwa on-

guSihlalo uMnuz Apologize Bakaza nothe baye lapha ukuyobona umsebenzi omuhle owenziwa ilezimbongi. “Kahle kahle sifuna ukusiza lendima yezokuHaywa kwezinkondlo ukuba iye phambili futhi indlondlobale, sifuna futhi baziwe njenga maciko njengayo yonke imikhakha esinayo ngaphathi kwe KwaDukuza Artists Forum, bekwazi nokumenyelwa emicimbini emikhulu enzelwa ezinkundleni ezivulekile hhayi emahholo kuphela,” kubeka uBakaza. Kuloluhambo kube khona ukucobe-

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lelana ngolwazi kanye nokugqugquzelana nokukuthazana kwamaciko emikhakha eyahlukene kanti I “Poetry Thursday”yaqala ukuba khona ngonyaka owedlule kanti bahlele ukuba nendumezulu yomcimbi wezinkondlo wokuqala ozobe ubanjelwe ehholo laKwaDukuza mhla zi-28 kuNhlangulana nonyaka. Abafuna ukwazi kabanzi nge KwaDukuza Artist Forum bengathintana no Mnuz Bakaza ku 0736864025 kanye no Percy the Poet ku 0732716920

I AFRICAN National Congress ngaphansi kwesifunda iGreater KwaDukuza istshele abezindaba ngesimo sokulungela inkomfa yokukhetha ubuholi balesisifunda nanokumemezela amagama alabo baholi ababaphakamisayo emahhovisi aleliqembu esifunda ngoMsombuluko, zi-23 kuMbasa. Lokhu kulandela ukutheheleka kewsigungu esiphezulu salenhlangano esibhekelela ukusebenza kwansukuzonke nanokuthi sikulungele yini lesisifunda ukusingatha ingqungquthela njengoba ade kusamisiwe ukubanjwa kwayo kanye neyesifundazwe. Abe ANCYL bakhipe istatimende nebesithi bayalamukela iqhaza le NWC emva komsebenzi ewenze esifundazweni ngempelasonto. “Siyakholwa ukuba lokhu kufike ngesikhathi esihle njengoba kade kunezingqinamba nhlangothii zonke kuANC, sifisa nje ukudlulisa ukubonga kwethu ngenhlonipho kanye nokuziphatha okutshengiswe izinhlaka zesifunda futhi syathemba I NWC iphume nesithombe esihle,” kubeka istatimende. Loluphiko lwentsha lube selidlulisa ukungagculiseki kwalo mayelana nalawo malungu ngaphakathi enhlangaweni asebenzisa izindlela ezingacacile ukuwola uxhaso kule mkomfa ezayo nebabize njengosomathuba. “Kusiphazamise kakhulu futhi akusimangazi okwenziwa ilaba abanezinhlo-

In loving memory of Mrs. Narainamah (Adhi) Nadasen, who passed away at the age of 70, on Sunday the 15th of April 2018. Sadly missed by her beloved husband Marie Nadasen, 6 children, 2 sons in law, 4 daughters in law, 9 grandchildren, 2 sisters, 1 brother and a host of family and friends.

The 15th day memorial service will be held at the late residence 90 Mill road, Darnall on Sunday the 29th April 2018, From 5p.m. supper will be served Service commences at 7p.m.

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MR LALSINGH BALARAM Date: 27 April and 30 April 2018 Venue: 6A Farewell Road, Townview, Stanger.

A true friend we could turn to; When times were good or bad One of our greatest blessings; The man that we called Dad

Sadly missed by your loving wife Roshni, Daughters Sue, Reshma, Shani and son Dino, Son-in-laws Kubern and Kumar and Daughter-in-law Ally and your grandchildren Astin and Alana, and the rest of your family and friends. Your presence will be highly appreciated.

Happy Birthday Mum 28 APRIL 2018 Birthday wishes for the worlds sweetest mum. Thank you for always believing in us. Thank you for all the support that you have given us Thank you for being such a kind awesome & loving mum. Mum we will always love Devi Pillay & appreciate you With lots of love from your loving husband, Son, Daughters, Daughter in law, Sons in law, Grandchildren, great grand child.

so ezithile nesesibabiza ngezingelosi zobumnyama njengoba beqhubeka nokungcolisa amagama abantu nokfuna ukunqoba lenkomfa kanye nokudukisa amagantsha kaANC. Leliqeqebana lizama ngazozonke izindlela ukunqoba libe lisebenzisa amaqhinga angcolil,” kuqhuba lesisitatimende. uSihlao waloluphiko uMfanafuthi Ngcobo uthi phakathi kwamagantsha anga-76 anga70 abe nemihlangano yamagatsha ayimpumelelo(BGM) “Ngingakusho ngingananazi ukuthi ngenkathi u ANC kulesisifunda uhlangene ne NWC ngempelasonto wonke amagatsha ayekhona avumelana ngo elethu ukuba sebekulungele ukuya engqungqutheleni futhi uma kukhona abaphikisana nalokhu sizoya enkantolo njengoba kuyilungelo lethu elikumthetho sisekelo,” kubeka uNgcobo Ezinye zezinto intsha yalesisifunda efuna zidingidwe kulenkomfa ukusheshisa uhlelo lwelokukhuliswa komnotho okusheshayo( Radical Economic Transformation) nokuthi ubuholi obuzokhethwa bubeke phambili izimpilo zabantu abakhele isifunda seLembe. Baphinde njengphiko lwentsha baqinisekisa amagama abaholi ababaphakamisayo nkungu Ricardo Mthembu usihlao, Khonda Ngidi sekela sihlalo, Musa Zondi-uNobhala , Matozi KhuzwayoDlamini sekela Nobhala kanye noThulani Ntuli ngjengoMgcini mafa. Imkmfa kulindeleke ibanjwe ekupheleni kwalenyanga.

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He never looked for praises; He was never one to boast He just went on quietly working; For the ones he loved the most

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10th and 13th Day Memorial Service

CHARLES EUGENE NAIDOO 24.12.1973 – 11.04.2018 You never said goodbye You never said I’m leaving, You were gone before we knew it, Only God knew why A million times we needed you A million times we cried If love alone could have saved you You would never have died

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Little did we know that morning God was going to call your name. In life we loved you dearly, in death we do the same It broke our hearts to lose you, you did not go alone For part of us went with you, the day God called you home You left us with peaceful memories, your love is still our guide And though we cannot see you, you are always at our side Our family chain is broken, and nothing seems the same But as god calls us one by one, the chain will link again.

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HE Quartz Sportsbar drew large crowds to witness the Trophy Engravers League title race. Singh’s Darts Club started the team game on a high note to lead 1-0 in the first set. Darn’s Auto Darts Club team Charlie Pillay, Justin Naidoo, Navern Coopsamy, Jodie Naidoo and Vasa Rungasamy came back fighting to win the second set

to level the scores 1-1. The third set was a rapture as Darn’s Auto boys put up a top performance and claimed the third set to lead 2-1. In the doubles event Meersingh Soobram and Ajen Singh came back fighting to win the first set to take the scores to 2-2. The second set saw veteran Paddy Padayachee and Sanjay Singh beat

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ZMS comes out on top ZMS successfully defended their title by defeating KwaDukuza in the U11 final recently. ZMS was crowned double champions of KwaDukuza as they won both under 11 and under 13 leagues. President of Ilembe Primary Schools Desigan Pillay thanked all

Pillay and Rungasamy to take the scoreline to 3-2 in favour of Singh’s Darts Club. With four single matches to go this was a do or die clash for points. In the opening game Soobram took on Justin Naidoo, it was Naidoo who left Singh flat-footed and won the game to level the scores once more 3-3. In the second set Coopsamy of Darn’s Auto extended the lead to 4-3 after beating Ajen Singh. The third set saw Sanjay Singh beat Pillay to even the scores to 4-4 . In the final set Padayachee and Rungasamy challenged each other to bring victory to their teams. In the end Rungasamy out played Padayachee and snatched victory to give Darn’s Auto Boys a big smile to win 5-4 on the night. In the other game, Darnall United took on Quartz Darts Club. Quartz Darts Club drew first blood in opening team game to lead 1-0. The “sugar boys” regrouped and fought back to win the next two games to lead 2-1. The Darnall team Vinesh Geanbally, Jerry Govender, Nine Pillay and Jerry Arunachellum were well settled and once again won the two doubles game to extend the score to 4-2 to the Darnall team. With four singles games to go, Darnall lads Geanbally, Govender and Pillay won three games to take the scores to 7-1. Rowen Pillay from Quartz Darts Club beat Arunachellum in the final game to take the scores to 7-2 on the night in favour to Darnall United. Tonight’s game Darnall United vs Singh’s Darts Club and Darn’s Auto Service Darts Club vs Red Gold KZN Darts Club while Quartz Darts Club will be on duty.

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schools that participated in the league, and thanked coaches and teachers who gave their time and effort in preparing teams to play. Special thanks and appreciation go out to sponsor Gings Reddy and Suveer Maharaj for their generous annual sponsorship.

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The Warrior Race leaps into the international arena THE Warrior Race is heading back for its second year at the magnificent Event Bowl at Blythedale Coastal Estate on July 14 and 15. Sanctioned as the national championship event, the stakes have been raised as winners in the Pro and Age Group divisions will be jetting off to the World Championships in London in October. Last year’s event was a first for the venue and the 3 000 competitors and their 2 000

supporters were blown away by what the estate has to offer. “The terrain, the vibe, the setting. Blythedale Coastal Estate is a unique experience and we can’t wait to host the athletes, their families and supporters again this year,” says Blythedale Coastal Estate Development Director, Andrew Thompson. With a range of events scheduled over the two days, the challenge is not restricted

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