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MANY people either look forward to the festive pe­ riod and begin their countdown to Christmas in Oc­ tober, while others are left running for the hills to avoid  the  ‘silliness’  that  comes  with  the  season. As we get ready to wind down and take a breath­ er, we decided to reflect on some of the wonderful reasons  to  celebrate  the  year  that  was. Yes,  we  can  talk  about  some  of  the  lowlights as well (no pun on the word ‘lights’), but that would not  be  very  festive  at  all. The team at the Fever has had a wonderful year and has shared some truly remarkable memories with  you.  We’ve had an action­packed year from meeting wonderful  individuals  who  are  slowly  changing their communities one step at a time to covering campaigns that shows a proactive community who are willing to fight for their beloved home towns. To those people who are continuously going the

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GEQE amagula  owesifazane  wase­ Hammersdale  ngokwenzeka ngesi­ khathi  ethumba  usana  olwaluna­ masonto  amabili  luzelwe  edolobheni  la­ seMgungundlovu.  UNksz Prisca Gabisile Mndaweni ubeve­ le  eNkantolo  yesiFunda  saseMgungund­ lovu  ngoLwesihlanu  olwedlule    ebhekene necala  lokuthumba  uSikhanyiso  Ngcobo ngoZibandlela  (December)  ngonyaka  ow­ edlule.  UNksz  Mndaweni  ongaphandle  nge­ bheyili ka­R500 ulivumile icala wabe esec­ ela inkantolo ukuba imuzwele uma isimuni­ ka isigwebo. Elandisa inkantolo ngokwen­ zeka  esitatimendeni  sakhe  ebesifundwa ummeli wakhe u­Adv Nyandu, uMndaweni uthe ngosuku lwesigameko wayesekhoneni lomgwaqo uLangalibalele Street no­Bosh­ off  Street  ngesikhathi  ebona  uBongekile Ngcobo  (unina  wengane)  egodle  usana lwakhe.  “Ngahamba ngaya kuyena ngacela uku­ ba ngimphelezele wabe esevuma. Saqhub­ eka sehla ngawo umgwaqo uLangalibalele ngacela ukuba ngimusize ngokumphathela ingane.  “Wanginikeza  ingane  saqhubeka  no­ hambo  okwathi  uma  sifika  ekupheleni komgwaqo  u­Church  Street  nganikeza uNksz  Ngcobo  u­R20  ngathi  ngicela  an­ githengele ama­chips ngoba sengilambile,” kuchaza  yena.  Uqhube wathi ngesikhathi ebona ukuthi

uNksz Ngcobo  usesithelile  wabaleka  nen­ gane wangena nayo etekisini waya e­Ham­ mersdale  ngaphandle  kwemvume  kaNksz Ngcobo.  Umsolwa  uthe  uyazi  ukuthi  ak­ wenza kuphambene nomthetho futhi uya­ zisola. U­Adv  Bhekuyise  Khumalo  uthe  uyas­ amukela  isitatimende  sikamsolwa  wabe esemulahla  ngecala  lokuthumba. USikhanyiso  watholwa  ekhaya  likam­ solwa kanye nomsolwa ngoZibandlela (De­ cember) 27, nokuyilapho akhalelwa khona ngamsongo kasigonyela. Usana lwabuyis­ elwa kubazali balo kodwa lwashona ngem­ uva  kwezinsuku  ezimbili  luhlanganiswe nabazali.  Umndeni  kaSikhanyiso  obusen­ kantolo ubuthukuthele ugane unwabu uthi awufuni nokumbona umsolwa ngenxa yob­ uhlungu  abazwisa  bona.  Ugogo  kaSikhanyiso  ongathandanga kudalulwe igama lakhe, utshele abe­Echo ukuthi  abaneme  neze  ngesinqumo  sen­ kantolo  sokuthi  iqhubeke  inwebe  ibheyili kamsolwa  yize  eselivumile  icala. “Ibuhlungu lento eyenzekayo. Lomuntu uyingozi  emphakathini  akumele  engabe ungaphandle. Sifuna bhadla ejele. Abasica­ bangeli ukuthi sizizwa kanjani njengoba lo­ muntu  egcogcoma  ngaphandle.  Sifuna kwenziwe  ubulungiswa  ukuze  sizokwazi ukuthobeka  amanxeba,”  kusho  yena.  Unina  kaSikhanyiso  akathandana ukuphawula ngemiphumela yasenkantolo.      Icala lihlehliselwe  uMhla ka­26 kuNhlol­ anja  (February)  ukuze  kulethwe  imibiko kamsolwa  ephuma  kwezabamajele.  Um­ solwa  ungaphandle  ngebheyili. 


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SIMO sise manzonzo erenke yamatekisi iMasukwana kulandela ukungaboni ngaso linye kososeshini i-Pietermaritzburg Long Distance Association noseshini waseHowick. Ngokuthola kwe-Echo labo soseshini babanga umzila wase-Howick. NgoMgqibelo mhla ka-10 kuNhlol-

anja (February) abagibeli basala dengwane njengoba amatekisi angaphansi kwalabo soseshini avala indlela engenayo nephuma kule-renke, kwaze kwavaleka nomgwaqo uChota Motala oya e-Northdale nothelawayeka ngase nxanxatheleni yezitolo i-Liberty Mall. Ngokuthola kwe-Echo ngomthombo owawukhona ngesikhathi kwenzeka lesi sigameko, uthe kwaba khona ukuxakazisana phakathi kwalabo so-

seshini nokwagcina ngokuthi kuqhume isibhamu. “Kwavalwa umgwaqo ngenqwaba yamatekisi. Baqala bakhuluma kodwa kwagcina sekuzwakala ukuthi inkulumo ayihlangani kwase kwasuka isidumo. “Abagibeli ababegibelile kwabaphoqa ukuba behle babaleke ngezinyawo njengoba isimo sasishubile,” kusho wona. Usihlalo we-South African Nation-

al Taxi Council (Santaco) esifundeni uMgungundlovu uMnuz Bheki Sokhela uqinisekise ukuthi isimo sise manzonzo kuleli-renke. “Isimo asikabuyeli kwesejwayelekile ngemuva kwesigameko sangempelasonto. Amaphoyisa aqaphile ukuthi yonke into ihamba kahle nokuthi akukho ukuphazamiseka kokusebenza kwamatekisi kuleli-renke. “Ukungazwani phakathi kwalabo soseshini ababili into yakudala akusi-

yo into eqala manje. Lolu daba seluse nkantolo eNkulu yaseMgungundlovu ingakho nathi njenge-Santaco singeke sisakwazi ukuphawula kakhulu ngalo ngoba selwadlula kuthina,” kubeka uMnuz Sokhela. Okhulumela amaphoyisa eMgungundlovu uSayitsheni Mthokozisi Ngobese ukuqinisekisile ukuthi amaphoyisa asiqaphile isimo washo nokuthi akekho owalimala esigamekweni sangempelasonto.

Elandskop family  wants  justice  for  their  son LETHIWE  MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com THE family of Khulekani Khanyile (43) from Elandskop, who was shot and killed, allegedly by a neighbour, wants justice. Khanyile was shot at his tavern in the early hours of December 24 last year. Khanyile’s family say that since the death of their son they haven’t found peace. Msawenkosi Khanyile (brother of the deceased) told Echo that as a family they want answers from the police on what happened to the case as the alleged killer is “walking free”. “The problem started when my brother ordered eggs from our neighbour and he [neighbour] failed to deliver. My brother had a tavern next to

our home where he was relaxing with his friends on the day of the incident. “The neighbour came to my brother’s tavern on December 23 and said he wanted to buy something. My brother asked him to leave and told him that he must first bring the eggs. He [neighbour] then left and came back at around 1 am with a gun and shot my brother,” he said. Upon hearing the news, Msawenkosi says he and his family went to the tavern where he claims they found the neighbour at the scene, still carrying the gun that he allegedly used to kill Khanyile. “When he [neighbour] saw my mother, he ran away and handed himself over at the Taylors Halt Police Station but the next day he was released. “I went to the police station to ques-

tion why he is free while my brother is dead. They told me that he was going to appear in court on December 27 but that never happened. I went to court to ask if he had appeared but they told me that the docket was not enroled due to a lack of evidence,” he said. The Khanyile family feels that the police have failed them. Msawenkosi said they demand answers on what happened to the case. “How can they say that there is no evidence and witnesses while my brother was shot in front of his friends? The friends even came to us and told us that they are willing to testify. “We told the police but still they are saying there are no witnesses. “My brother’s killer walks the streets and boasts that if you have

money you can do anything and get away with it. “This hurts us as a family because we want to see this man pay for his actions. We want justice as maybe it will help us get closure enable us to move on.” Pietermaritzburg police spokesperson Mthokozisi Ngobese said the accused was arrested and he appeared in court. “The charges were subsequently withdrawn for further investigations.It will be taken back to court in due course.” Khulekani Khanyile  was  shot  and    killed,  allegedly  by  a  neighbour. PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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Akananqubekela phambili  owavalelwa  umazisi LETHIWE  MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com USEPHILA ngamatoho owavalelwa umazisi ngabo Mnyango wezaseKhaya ngenxa yokusolakala ukuthi akasiye owakuleli. UMnuz Simon Phiri (65) wase-France eMgungundlovu uthe impilo yakhe ayinayo inqubekela phambili selokhu athola ukuthi umazisi wakhe uvaliwe ngo-2015. Ekhuluma nentatheli yephephandaba i-Echo uMnuz Phiri uthe wethuka izanya ngesikhathi ethi uya ebhange ngo-2015 bemtshela ukuthi umazisi wakhe awusebenzi ngenxa yokuthi uMnyango wezaseKhaya uwuvalile. Uthe ngemuva kokuthola lezi zindaba ezishaqisayo wahamba waya ehhovisi loMnyango wezaseKhaya eliku-Church Street ukuyothola izimpendulo. Uthe: “Ngafika khona ngabachazela ukuthi ngithole umbiko wokuthi umazisi wami uvaliwe ngaphandle kwemvume yami. Bangithatha izithupha kwathiwa angibuye ngemuva kwamasonto amabili. “Uma sengibuya bangitshela ukuthi angihambe ngiyolanda ubufakazi babazali bami ukuze bezoba nesiqiniseko sokuthi ngingowakuleli. Abazali bami sebashona ngakho ngabanikeza izitifiketi ezishoyo ukuthi abasekho emhlabeni,” kuchaza yena. Uqhube wathi ngemuva kokubona ukuthi akalutholi usizo eMnyangweni wezaseKhaya waqoka ukubhalela ihhovisi lamaLungelo aBantu (Human Rights) kodwa bamudlulisela kuMvikeli woMphakathi (Public Protector). “Uma sengibuyela kuMnyango wezaseKhaya bangithatha izithupha futhi, bathi kungenzeka ukuthi kukhona omunye onenombolo

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IZE sekuphele  unyaka  indodakazi  yabo  idukile, umndeni wakwaDlamini KwaMafunze, e­Eland­ skop  uthi    awulilahlile  ithemba. UMinenhle  Ndawonde  (17)  kuthiwa  wagcina  uku­ bonakala  ngoNhlolanja  (February)  ngonyaka  odlule.

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PMB police  officer  to  launch  her  first  gospel  album LETHIWE  MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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ERGEANT Sindi Mngomezulu of Pietermaritzburg Police Station will launch her first gospel album on March 23 at the Imperial Hotel in Burger Street. The title of her album is called I am Free and it comprises 12 songs. Known as Sindi Zulu in the music industry, Mngomezulu said her singing is not only for entertainment; she wants to change people’s lives too.

“I am a worshipper. My songs on the album are speaking to different people. If people want to worship, this is definitely for them,” she said. Mngomezulu, who has been with the police force for over 10 years, said she has loved to sing since she was little. “I started singing at Sunday School. When I got into high school one of my teachers recognised my talent and he insisted that we start a gospel group at school. “The group became famous and I was recognised. We started entering

“I started singing at Sunday School. When I got  into high school one of my teachers recognised  my talent and he insisted that we start a gospel  group at school. The group became famous and I  was recognised.” competitions as a group and we won most of them. At that time I thought to myself that when I finish school I will go to Johannesburg and become a musician but that did not happen,”she said.

Mngomezulu said although she did not make it to Johannesburg, she did not stop singing “I started singing at college during my police training.” She said she never thought that

one day she would be launching her own album. “Last year, my husband asked me why I don’t record my own album. That made me think and I decided that I was going to do it because singing is something that I love and enjoy doing. Even at church, I sing. I can say that worshipping is my life.” Tickets for the launch are available at Bible Centre at R100. They can also be purchased from Mngomezulu or at the door on the day.

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losophy professor coercing his students to inscribe and sign a statement that God is dead. A Christian lad who refuted this order was informed that he would fail the philos­ ophy class and consequently, be prohibited from  enrolling  in  the  law  faculty. His girlfriend accused him of selfishness, when  he  did  not  comply  with  “sign  the statement”. She severed their relationship. This  film  aptly  illustrates  that  people  are willing to sacrifice principles for riches or po­ sition. South Africa is rich in natural beau­ ties  and  resources. Unfortunately,  the  corrupt,  with  their greed  and  avarice,  have  abandoned  their conscience,  accountability  and  compas­ sion. Billions of rands are expended on inef­ fective crime­prevention measures. Serious and violent crimes have escalated. The per­

petrators are  blood  thirsty. The  Department  of  Education  has  re­ moved religious instruction from the curric­ ulum. The idea of violence, destruction and a lack of morality should end, to acknowl­ edge  a  system  of  law  and  order.  Unfortu­ nately,  the  “whistle­blowers”,  those  who are morally upright, are punished for their honesty.  Would you opt for honesty and morality, or  take  the  rapidly  spiralling  downward plunge,  as  our  leader,  into  corruption  and economic disaster? The corrupt have sold out our country. Matthew 6:24: “No one can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one or love the other, or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. You cannot serve  God  and  mammon.”                                                               DR  L.J.  PELTZ

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you receive a summons to appear in court) • You may write to or approach the public prosecutor at the Magistrate’s Court you are summoned to appear in. • You’ll need the original S54 summons or S56 written notice. • If you write to him/her, attach a copy of the summons or written notice to your letter. Keep the original safe. • Letters need not be accompanied by an affidavit. • You can post, fax or e-mail your letter to the public prosecutor. You are not required to use registered mail if you post it, but it helps to establish a paper trail. • If you write to the public prosecutor and do not deliver your letter in person, he/she may respond to you in writing. In reality this rarely happens. • If your representation is successful, the summons will either be withdrawn or the fine reduced. The most common outcome is for the fine to be reduced because they want the money. • If your representation is unsuccessful, you will have to appear in court if you do not pay the admission of guilt fine. • If you appear in court, you are strongly advised to have an attorney represent you but be careful to obtain one who is familiar with traffic law. There’s a lot of truth to the saying “a man who represents himself has a fool for a lawyer”, so be careful. • If you pay the admission of guilt fine or are found guilty in court, the Criminal Procedure Act says you must be given a criminal record. AARTO Act – AARTO 01 or AARTO 03 (applies to Tshwane and Johannesburg) • You’ll need an AARTO 08 representation form from www.aarto.gov.za • You’ll need all of the details required on that from, including the infringement notice number and issuing authority name • If you have any additional evidence, etc. you may attach it to your representation. • All AARTO 08 representations must be signed in front of a commissioner of oaths. • You submit this form by the methods stated on the form. You can upload it at the www.aarto. gov.za website. It is recommended that you use the facility on the AARTO website to submit it since this causes the status of the infringement notice to change to “representation” immediately on eNatis. You also get an AARTO 05c receipt to download immediately. • By law, you must be notified of the outcome of your representation on an AARTO 09 result of representation. In reality this rarely happens. • If your representation is successful, the infringement notice will be cancelled. If it is unsuccessful the RTIA may add a further R200 to the penalty if you made representation after 64 days had lapsed from the time of infringement. • If your representation is unsuccessful, you may elect to be tried in court, in which case a summons in terms of Section 54 of the Criminal Procedure Act must be served on you. • If you are found guilty in court, you will have to pay the fine but you will not incur a criminal record. — Wheels24.


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HE word listeriosis has been in the news for quite some time. However, many people are still in the dark regarding this food-borne disease. According to a national Department of Health press statement, listeriosis is a serious but treatable and preventable disease caused by the bacterium Listeria monocytogenes. The bacteria is widely distributed in nature and can be found in soil, water and vegetation. Animal products and

fresh produce such as fruits and vegetables can be contaminated from these sources. National Health Minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi said: “Although anyone can get listeriosis, those at high risk of developing severe disease include newborns, the elderly, pregnant women, people with weak immunity such as HIV, diabetes, cancer, chronic liver or kidney disease. Listeria monocytogenes is a disease that occurs every year and is seen in our hospitals, with typically 60 to 80 cases de-

tected and treated annually. “However, in July 2017, doctors from neonatal units in Chris Hani Baragwanath and Steve Biko Academic hospitals alerted the NICD about unusually high number of babies with listeriosis. This triggered a review of all cases diagnosed in both public and private hospitals. In October 2017, the Multisectoral National Outbreak Response Team (MNORT) was briefed on the situation in the country. Tracing from

January 1, 2017, as of November 29, 2017, a total of 557 laboratory-confirmed listeriosis cases have been reported from all provinces. “The age groups that are most affected are neonates, that means the first 28 days of life (37%) and the age group between 15 to 49 years (33%). These two groups comprise 70% of all cases. Of the 557 laboratory-confirmed cases, 34% were from the private health facilities and 66 % were from public health facilities”

WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION (WHO) HAS THE FOLLOWING FOOD SAFETY AD­ VICE:   • Keep clean. Wash your hands before handling food  and  often  during  food  preparation. Do not get tired of washing your hands if it means washing 100 times a day, please do it! • If you are handling or storing raw food, do not touch  already  cooked  food  unless  you  have washed  your  hands  and food preparation utensils thoroughly. In other words,  separate  raw  from  cooked  food. • Cook food thoroughly, never eat half cooked or  uncooked  food,  especially  meat  products. Food that does not usually need cooking be­ fore  eating  needs  to  be  washed  thoroughly with  clean  running  water. Families with no source of clean running wa­ ter  need  to  boil  their  water  before  domestic use. • Keep  food  at  safe  temperatures. Food to be kept cold should be refrigerated and food to be served hot should be served hot. • Use safe water for domestic use at all times and  use  pasteurised  milk  products. In  situations  where  pasteurisation  is  not possible  for  own  domestic  consumption, please  boil  the  milk  prior  to  use.

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SA banking  system  revolutionised SAMKELISIWE  GUMEDE >>Samkelisiwe.Gumede@ media24.com

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HE digital banking revolution is here and the new Pay2 banking app is bringing peace-of-mind, safe and cheaper instant banking to all South Africans. Endorsed by Interpol as a crime-prevention tool as it is impossible to suffer identity theft when using Pay2, it is the safest banking app to hit South Africa and has been welcomed by the government, financial officials and celebrities such as Luthuli Dlamini and others. The digital banking app was developed over a four-year period and recently launched by South African entrepreneur and businessperson Henry McCarter. Pay2 is set to take on international brands such as PayPal and Pay Fast, which have been reigning in the digital banking sphere around the world. SA’s fastest and most secure, onthe- spot instant mobile payment system allows you to pay or get paid instantly with no need to exchange banking details. McCarter said: “This is a South African initiative to bring safer, cheaper and secure banking to all. This app is here to save money and at the same time bring down fraud

statistics in the country.” The app was also developed to cater for the unbanked community. Only a fee of R7 is required to pay anyone, even if it is a 1 million rand. “We at Pay2 want to accommodate every South African in this new digital banking wave, so the app was created with the poor in mind. Whether you have a smartphone or not, you can use it to its full ability, by smsing Pay2 to 47470,” he said. McCarter said the app is revolutionary and will transform SA banking. With the Pay2 app, you carry your money on your phone and it is easily accessible to you only.When asked about the safety of using the app, he said: “With Pay2, none of your information is stored on your phone or your sim card, but rather on secure banking servers, so if you lose your mobile phone you have no need to be concerned as no one can access your Pay2 cellular phone account, simply take care of your login pin.’’’ “What do you do when you go to a bank? Pay2 has associated itself with FNB and Nedbank. All you need is your pin to access your cash at an ATM. “We are moving into a cashless and cardless age, which is far safer.”

February 15,  2018

Local actress  makes  it  big  in  Johannesburg LETHIWE  MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

BORN and  bred  in  Imbali  Unit  18,  Non­

Pay2 chairperson  Henry  McCarter. PHOTO:  SAMKELISIWE  GUMEDE

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kululeko Sithole  is  making  a  name  for  herself  in  the  acting  industry  in  Johan­ nesburg.    Speaking  to  Echo,  Sithole  said  her decision  to  move  to  Johannesburg  in  July  last  year  was  based  on  her  pas­ sion    for  acting. “I  realised  that  in  KwaZulu­Natal  there  are  few  agencies  that  can  help  you  grow  your  talent  in  acting.  I  wouldn’t  have  been  able  to  travel  to  Johannesburg  every  time  I  had  to  meet  with  my  agency,”  she  said.  Since  her  relocation,  Sithole  has  ap­ peared  on  several  soapies  such  Isibaya  and  Generations  The  Legacy.  She  is  also  busy  shooting  for  Ring of  Lies  which  is  expected  to  air  next  month.  “I  am  so  grateful  for  my  achievements  in  such  a  short  period  of  time  because  I  only  started  acting  in  2015.  My  first  role  was  in  video  of  a  love  poem  that  was  done  by  Golide.  “It  is  not  easy  to  crack  into  the  act­ ing  industry  and  it  is  not  guaranteed  how  long  you  are  going  to  be  relevant  for.  If  you  decide  to  enter  this  industry  you  must  not  enter  because  you  want  to  be  famous  or  you  want  money. “What  is  most  important  is  that  you  must  put  education  first.  You  need  to  have  some  back­up  plan.  Finish  school,  go  to  university,  find  a  stable  job  and  then  do  your  acting.  That  way,  you  will  not  suffer  when  the  industry  hits  you  hard,”  she  said.  Sithole  said  she  wants  to  initiate  a theatre  school  in  Pietermaritzburg  one 

Nonkululeko Sithole  of  Imbali  is  now  an  actress. PHOTO:  SUPPLIED day  where  she  will  be  teaching  all  who  are  interested  in  acting.  “For  now,  I  can  host  workshops  during  school  holidays  when  I  am  in  Pietermaritzburg.  It  will  be  my  way  of  giving  back  to  the  com­ munity  and  thanking  them  for  the  sup­ port  and  the  love  that  they  have  given  me  since  I  started  my  acting  journey.” She  also  revealed  that  she  will  be appearing  in  a  new  movie  called  Wast­ ed  Legacy,  which  will  be  airing  on  Mzansi  Magic  (Chanel  161  on  DStv)  next  month.  Apart  from  acting  and  working,  Sithole  is  also  a  model  and  a  student.

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Pupil’s passion  for  fashion  is  funded

Employee tax  break  on  voluntary  retrenchment  benefits

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PIETERMARITZBURG Children’s Home  pupil’s  dream  of  becoming  a fashion designer came true when she received a bursary from the School of Fash­ ion  Design. Zanele Rapitsi (19) was offered a fully paid  bursary  by  Priscilla  Bhika  (owner  of School of Fashion Design) to complete her first year. Rapitsi said she is very happy that Bhika  and  the  School  of  Fashion  Design have  helped  her  realise  her  dream. “I have always had a passion for fashion and I am a keen designer who started draw­ ing  outfits  and  dresses  when  I  was  in Grade 4. The love of fashion and staying up­ dated with the latest trends fostered a love for  fashion  as  a  career. “I still cannot believe it. I never thought that I would be furthering my studies this year,  let  alone  doing  what  I  have  always dreamed  off.  “I have a lot to be thankful for, especially to  everyone  at  the  Pietermaritzburg  Chil­ dren’s Home and to Bhika and the school,” she  said.  Rapitsi  started  her  studies  last Wednesday and is looking forward to learn­ ing  new  skills. PCH public relations officer Christopher Mohadeo  said  he  and  Rapitsi  visited  the school and spoke to Bhika about Rapitsi’s dream of becoming a fashion designer. “She [Bhika]  saw  a  passion  and  the  drawings that were produced by Rapitsi. She was im­ pressed and she then offered her a bursary. We are very humbled by Bhika’s generous heart and her willingness to offer Rapitsi a full  bursary,”  he  said.

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Zanele Rapitsi  on  her  first  day  at  the  School  of  Fashion  Design.

February 15,  2018

THE South  African  Institute  of  Tax  Pro­ fessionals  (SAIT)  recently  made  submis­ sions  to  the  South  African  Revenue  Ser­ vice  (SARS)  regarding  the  tax  treatment  of  amounts  received  in  consequence  of  voluntary  retrenchments. SAIT  has  received  clarification  that voluntary  severance  packages  qualify  as  severance  benefits. The  submissions  were  made  in  re­ sponse  to  the  recently  published  Com­ pletion  Guide  for  IRP3(a)  and  IRP3(s)  Forms  (SARS  Completion  Guide). The  SARS  Completion  Guide  assists employers  in  submitting  tax  directives  on,  among  others,  the  retrenchment  of  employees.  The  SARS  Completion  Guide  appears  to  adopt  the  view  that  only  in­ voluntary  severance  payments  qualify  for  the  preferential  tax  treatment  of  “sever­ ance  benefits”  and  not  voluntary  sever­ ance  packages.  If  an  employee  agrees  to  a  voluntary severance  package  and  the  employer  elects  “severance  benefits —   voluntary  retrenchment”  on  the  IRP3(a)  form,  the  application  is  currently  processed  by  SARS  according  to  the  normal  tax  ta­ bles,  and  not  the  favourable  tax  table  for  severance  benefits. Voluntary  and  involuntary  retrench­ ments  are  usually  a  result  of  a  general  reduction  of  staff,  reduction  of  staff  in  a  particular  class  or  the  employer  ceasing  or  planning  to  cease  trading.  In  most  cases,  individuals  being  re­ trenched  also  do  not  hold  more  than  five  percent  of  the  shares  or  members’  interest  in  the  employer  company.  We  thus  agree  with  the  submission  that  a  voluntary  severance  package  usually  meets  all  the  requirements  for  a  sever­ ance  benefit  in  terms  of  the  Income  Tax  Act  58  of  1962  (the  act),  and  should  ac­

cordingly be  granted  the  same  tax  treat­ ment  as  involuntary  severance  packages. We  agree  with  the  proposal  that  the SARS  Completion  Guide  be  updated  to  remove  the  distinction  between  “volun­ tary”  and  “involuntary”  retrenchments  as  this  distinction  does  not  exist  in  the  def­ inition  of  “severance  benefit”  in  the  act. As  a  result  of  the  submission,  SARS has  accepted  that  voluntary  severance  packages  on  retrenchments  should  in  the interim  be  disclosed  under  the  “sever­ ance  benefits — involuntary  retrench­ ment”  option  in  the  IRP3(a)  form  in  or­ der  for  the  “severance  benefit”  table  to  apply  to  such  lump  sums.   This  is  the  position  while  the  SARS Completion  Guide  and  forms  are  updat­ ed  to  reflect  the  change  in  SARS  practice  and  policy. In  terms  of  current  tax  tables,  the  first  R  500 000  of  a  severance  benefit  (excluding  leave  and  notice  payments)  received  in  the  lifetime  of  the  individual  is  exempt  from  normal  tax,  with  the  re­ mainder  taxed  at  increasing  marginal  rates  with  36%  being  the  maximum  rate.   The  clarification  that  voluntary  sev­ erance  packages  qualify  as  severance  benefits  is  to  be  welcomed  as  it  has  sig­ nificant  financial  implications  to  employ­ ees  who  are  retrenched.  As  employers  could  be,  among  oth­ ers,  personally  liable  for  shortfalls  of  PAYE  withheld,  we  recommend  that  le­ gal  and  tax  advice  be  obtained  as  early  as  possible  in  any  proposed  business  re­ structuring  or  retrenchment.  — By  Joon  Chong,  partner;  Dhevarsha Ramjettan,  partner;  Nivaani  Moodley,  as­ sociate  and  Belinda  Price,  associate,  at  Webber  Wentzel.

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MY ECHO  SOAPIES MUVHANGO  Thursday  February  15 Rendani  learns  some  disturbing  informa­ tion. Nyamukamadi has an idea to get rid of Konanani. Mulimisi has a warning for the chief. Friday    February  16 Konanani does the unthinkable. Gugu has a surprise for Rashaka. Mulimisi has a warn­ ing  for  the  chief. Monday  February  19 Sparks  fly  between  Rashaka  and  Gugu. Tenda’s behaviour during the #ChiefsMust­ Fall  campaign  has  repercussions  for  Liv­ huwani. Susan is starting to think that Kon­ anani  is  not  just  conniving,  she’s  crazy!  Tuesday  February  20 Vhutshilo threatens to mess up Konanani’s plan.  Azwindini  shows  special  interest  in helping Livhuwani. Rashaka’s pursuit of Gu­ gu  is  relentless. Wednesday  February  21 Azwindini  rejects  Susan’s  suspicion  that Konanani inflicted her own wound. Azwind­ ini has some good news for Livhuwani. Gugu refuses  to  be  Rashaka’s  rebound. SCANDAL Thursday  February  15  Romeo is intrigued by a reaction, and Quin­ ton is infuriated by some evidence. Eddie is upset by what he deems to be reckless be­ haviour.  Grace  denies  an  accusation. Friday  February  16 Romeo is given even more reason to hate

someone, and  embarks  on  a  mission  to wreak revenge. Gontse takes a gamble in or­ der to rescue herself. Siseko is unimpressed by  news  about  someone  he  once  loved. Monday  February  19 Romeo manipulates a master manipulator, and Grace is devastated when an arrest is made in the hotel. Stokkies is confronted by a whole bunch of seriously worried people. Yvonne’s  last  vestige  of  hope  is  dashed. Tuesday  February  20 Romeo is stunned when someone turns on him unexpectedly, and Quinton is shocked by a surprise visit. A guy dresses in drag in order  to  avoid  a  sticky  situation.  Yvonne finds  herself  back  where  she  started,  in more  ways  than  one. Wednesday  February  21 Quinton  tries  to  gain  some  control  over  a dire situation, and Romeo finds himself in the worst position of his life. Stokkies’s plan is thwarted by an angry mob. A son is disap­ pointed in his father and issues him with a warning. GENERATIONS  Thursday  February  15 Mrekza is confused when his shebeen queen chases him away. Cosmo knows something is up with his niece and demands to know what it is. Mazwi confronts Gadaffi about sleeping  with  his  wife. Friday  February  16 Chaos ensues when Fana and the chief go head  to  head.  Daniel  is  tempted  to  take drugs.  Jack  warns  Michael  to  keep  his

Linda Sokhulu  is  on  Isindingo  as  Nikiwe. PHOTO:  SOURCED

daughter in  check. Monday  February  19 Tau is disappointed when his woman turns him down. A fight gets out of hand in full view of the cameras. Namhla uses her femi­ nine  wiles  on  an  oblivious  Mr  X. Tuesday  February  20 The forced removal of the villagers turns vi­ olent. Mrekza’s plan to sabotage the tshisa

nyama doesn’t pan out. Zitha fumes when her contract is stolen from under her nose.

min. Sechaba feels out of place in Lerato’s life. 

Wednesday February  21 Lucy  is  fed­up  with  her  boyfriend’s  bad mood. Has Nandi finally found her calling? Sphe  is  shocked  to  see  who  her  lover  is meeting.

Monday February  19 Ben becomes suspicious when he sees Nina and Nikiwe together. Lerato’s fame begins to run away with her. Anja thinks Hendrik wants  to  set  Wendy  up  with  a  man. 

ISIDINGO Thursday February  15 Nikiwe sleep walks out of the pent­ house.  Lerato  is  ecstatic  when  she bags an interview for a cover feature with  a  local  magazine.  Anja  is bummed when Enhle refuses to pay on their bet because she did not kiss Benjamin  on  Valentine’s  Day. 

Tuesday February  20 Nikiwe continues to baffle with her strange behaviour, while Nina uses the opportunity to  her  advantage.  Lerato’s  success  ladder seems to stretch higher every day. Anja en­ courages Wendy to look her best for their dinner  guest  tonight. 

Friday February  16 Nina plays her cards right to become Nikiwe’s saving grace. Anja makes a decision  about  how  to  get  Benja­

Wednesday February  21 Nina sends her goons to hijack the SG gold. Sechaba is concerned that Lerato’s dreams have taken over their lives. Gabriel tries to convince Wendy that he is now a changed man. 

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ARITZBURG Echo  had  a  chat  with  local  crick­ eter  Pretty  Molefe  (23)  from  Imbali  Unit  BB about  her  journey  in  cricket. Molefe  started  playing  cricket  in  Grade  6  at  Wil­ lowfontein  Intermediate  School,  now  known  as  Wil­ lowfontein  Secondary  School.  Molefe  now  plays  for  the  KwaZulu­Natal  Inland  Women’s  Cricket  Team.  She  said  she  has  always  loved  cricket  and  she  dreams  of  playing  for  the  national  team  one  day. “When  I  started  playing  cricket,  my  friends  just  told  me  that  we  must  play  cricket  and  I  said  yes.  That  is  how  it  all  started. “When  I  got  into  high  school,  my  school  entered the  KFC  Cricket  Search  Competition  that  always  takes  place  at  The  Oval.  I  was  lucky  to  be  selected  by  KwaZulu­Natal  Inland  and  asked  to  go  back  for  training,”  she  said. 

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She said  that  when  she  attended  the  training  ev­ erything  was  very  easy    for  her  as  she  already  knew  a  lot  about  cricket.  “I  then  started  playing  for  the  U19  team  and  later  started  playing  for  the  senior  team.  It  is  almost  10  years  now  since  I  started  playing  cricket.  I  never  stopped  and  I  will  never  stop.  Cricket  is  my  life. “I  want  to  be  an  example  to  the  youth  who  are younger  than  me.  I  want  to  show  them  that  if  you  love  something and  have  a  passion  for  it,  you  never  stop.  There  have  been  challenges  along  the  way  but  I kept  on  pushing  because  I  knew  what  I  wanted.  In  2013,  I  was  injured  and  I  did  not  play  for  the  whole  year,”  she  said.  Molefe  said  that  besides  playing  for  the  KZN  In­ land  team,  she  trains  young  children  in  her  area  who  love  cricket.  “We  encourage  them  and  teach  them  skills.  We  want  them  to  grow  up  with  the  skills  that  we  have.  It  is  my  way  of  giving  back.”

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Ashdown Primary  School  pu­ pils  during  their  train­ ing  session. PHOTOS: LETHIWE  MAKHANYA

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ASHUA, together with The Shadowball Academy, visited Maritzburg College last Tuesday to teach pupils rugby

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