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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

extra mile to serve others, we would like to salute you and thank you for allowing us to share your sto­ ries. This year South Africans voted hoping for the best – many are now glued to the parliament ses­ sion coverage because you never know what to ex­ pect. In 2015 we will be joining the queues for the by­elections  and  once  again,  hoping  for  positive change. We know we live in a beautiful city and another reason to be a proud Durbanite is Durban has been voted  an  official  new  Seven  Wonder  City  of  the world.  The  picturesque  beaches,  rolling  hills  and breath­taking skyline together with a host of won­ derful  inhabitants,  sets  us  apart  from  the  rest  of South  Africa. After  40  years,  the  Miss  World  title  is  held  by a  South  African. 

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continues to destroy some of our communities. However, the one thing that continues to stand undefeated is the spirit of the Upper Highway community. Through the difficult times, our readers have once again proven that we are, without a doubt, among the most resilient and strong-willed. We have weathered all the storms that came our way and have demonstrated that we can be a community to be proud of - from our disabled horse rider achieving his goals to a local woman beating breast cancer and becoming an inspiration to others - our community stands together proud! We are confident that 2015 will be better than ever. We, at The Hillcrest Fever, have faced our

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Rolene Strauss was crowned Miss World at the weekend and now features in a long list of remarka­ ble women who continue to make a difference to the  countries  they  live  in  and  the  world. South Africans also took time through out the year to remember Nelson Mandela and do their bit to  fulfill  his  legacy.  It’s been a year since his death and many ques­ tioned the stability and patriotism of South Afri­ cans.  The good news is, it seems as if communities are  now  more  united  than  ever.  Many  believe  his spirit still lives on calling it a sprinkling of ‘Madiba magic’. Clearly  South  Africans  will  continue  to  make great strides despite the negative news that some­ times  comes  to  the  fore.  The Fever would like to wish all our fantastic cli­ ents and readers a wonderfully happy festive sea­ son  and  here’s  to  welcoming  2015  in  style.

Dear Readers, TODAY marks the end of another year for the Hillcrest Fever, and as the festivities kick off for this season, let us reflect on moments that touched our lives and the community this past year. 2014 has been marked by persistent challenges in our economy with price inflations (food, electricity, fuel, etc.). We had weather catastrophes and crime

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anced source of news, opinion, features, sports and entertainment in the Upper Highway Area. We will continue to be open and honest with our readers and we assure you that the new year will be one never to be forgotten. Our hearts go out to those who lost loved ones this year and those experiencing difficulties of all types this holiday season. We extend sincere and warm wishes to our Hillcrest Fever family for a safe and peaceful festive season, and a happy and prosperous 2015. Kalisha Naicker Senior  Journalist Hillcrest  Fever

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MALUNGU omphakathi wase-Edendale kanye nezindawo ezakhelene nayo anqumele uMasipala uMsunduzi ugwayi katiki ukuba uphendule uhlu lwezikhalo zawo zingakapheli izinsuku eziyisikhombisa kungenjalo bazo dlulisela izikhalo esifundazweni. Lama lungu omphakathi abengaphezu kwenkulungwane (1000) amashele e-City Hall ngoMsombuluko ehambise khona uhlu lwezikhalo zawo. Le mashi esuke enkundleni yezemidlalo i-Deles Park idonse amehlo abaningi njengoba bekuvalwe umgwaqo uLangalibalele. Lo mphakathi obuthukuthele ugane unwabu ubuphuma ezindaweni ezahlukene kubalwa kuzona eDambuza, e-Edendale, e-Willowfontein, eMbali kanye nezinye. Kuhlu lwezikhalazo ebezihamba phambili kule mashi bewuku ngalet-

hwa kwezidingo ngqangi emphakathini kubalwa izindlu nemigwaqo nokukhwabanisa okuqhubeka ngaphakathi kulo masipala. Amanye amaphuzu abhalwe kuhlu athi umphakathi ufuna kubuyiselwe abasebenzi abayizi-1052 ngokushesha abaxoshwa ngokungekho emthethweni kulo masipala, ukuphenywa kwemininingwane yezindawo ezingaphansi kwegama likamenenja yalo masipala uMnuz Sizwe Hadebe, incazelo ekutheni kungani uMnuz Hadebe esebenzisa ama-signature amathathu ahlukene uma esayinda izinto zomkhandlu nokubuyiswa kwezigidi zezimali ekuthiwa zadliwa obeyi menenja yaka-Economic and Sustainable Development.Laba basebenzi basole abaholi bakwamasipala ngokuba ogimbela kwesakhe bengacabangeli izakhamizi. Ikhansela laka ward-21 kwaDambuza uMnuz Mntuza Mkhize usole iMeya yalo masipala uKhansela Themba Njilo ngokuthatha imiyalelo

kosopolitiki abachaze njengabangcolile. “Siyakuthanda meya kodwa abantu osebenzisana nabo bangcolile. Kukuwena ukuthi ufuna ukulwela abantu bakho noma ufuna ukuqhubeka usebenze nalaba bantu abangcolile. “Sifuna kuphele ukukhishwa kwamathenda ngaphandle kokulandela imigudu efanele. Njengoba umasipala wadiliza ematsheni abantu bakithi abadayisa khona sifuna bakhelwe imipheme. Nalabantu abahlala emahhostela ku-East Street nabo sithi abakhelwe amahhostela anobuntu ayi lawa engathi awangesikhathi sobandlululo,” kubeka uMnuz Mkhize. Uphinde wanxusa umasipala ukuba uhlanze idolobha elingcolile. UMnuz Zamisile Diyane we-National Health Education and Allied Workers Union (Nehawu) nokade kunguyena obefunda uhlu lwezikhalazo uthe ukuziphatha kahle kwabo kule mashi akusho ukuthi noma sebebuya futhi bazobe besaziphethe

kahle. Uthe: “Lo masipala uphethwe budlabha. Izinto enizenzayo kulo masipala senza singabuthembi ubuholi benu. Nehlulekile ukuphatha.” Le mashi ibihanjelwe nayizaguga ezithe zikhathele umasipala ongazicabangeli. Esinye isaguga saseMbali esingathandanga ukuba kudalulwe igama laso sithe into esikhala ngayo kakhulu kumasipala indaba yamanzi nogesi. Sithe: “Sifuna umasipala usicabangele ngendaba yamanzi thina singabantu abadala futhi siziphilela ngempesheni uma kumele sikhokhe izimali ezimba eqolo ngamanzi nje ewodwa kuthiwa thina sizophila kanjani? “Kwesinye isikhathi imali yamanzi iyaye ifike isho o-R700 ngenyanga nokuyimali enkulu kabi kithina esiziholela impesheni. “Sifuna umasipala uxoxisane nathi ukuze izokwehliswa le mali.” UNkk Nomahlubi Radebe wakwaDambuza uthe kuningi okungalungile ekumele engabe umasipala

uyakulungisa kule ndawo. Uthe: “Ungabona imigwaqo yakhona ukuthi injani intuthuko ayikho. Iyona into esiyikhalelayo kakhulu nje nezindlu siyafuna ukwakhelwa. “Asenzelwa lutho thina kuleyandawo ungaze ufunge ukuthi asizange sivote. Okungiphatha kabi kakhulu ile ndaba yokuthi ngizwe kukhona abantu abadla izimali okwakumele zize zizosebenza endaweni yakwaDambuza kanye nakwaMachibisa. “Imeya ihleli ithi bengumasipala bazo zilalela izikhalo zomphakathi kodwa asikuboni lokho kwenzeka. Lo masipala nje awunandaba nomphakathi engathi nabaholi bakhona bayakhohlwa wukuthi iwona lo mphakathi owabafaka emandleni futhi iwona oyobakhipha emandleni,” kusho uNkk Radebe. Imeya uMnuz Njilo ulwamukelile uhlu lwezikhalozo zomphakathi wabe esethembisa ukuthi bazozi bheka bese bebuyisa impendulo.


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Isaguga sicela  ukulungiselwa  indlu    LETHIWE    MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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ESILALA obenyoni isalukwazi esigade indlu yaso engekho esimweni esihle ukuthi ingawi kwaNomnganga kwaSwayimane. UNkk Bongekile Khumalo (82) uthe izinkinga zaqala ngo-2000 ngesikhathi kufika abantu bemba inkwali emzini wakhe ayehlala kuwona eNgobhiyane khona kaSwayimane. Uthe ngemuva kokuba esebonile ukuthi sekunemigodi eyingozi wabe esenquma ukuthutha ayokwakha kwaNomnganga. Uthe: “Ngafike ngakha indlu yami yodaka eyayinama gumbi amahlanu kwahamba isikhathi yawa. UMnyango wezeZindlu eMgungundlovu wathi angiyiyeke ngingayilungisi bazo ngakhela indlu entsha njengoba ngasuswa emzini wami engangihlala kuwona kudala. “Nakhona ukuze bayakhe indlu kwadingeka ukuba ngibalandelele iminyaka. Bangakhela indlu enamagumbi amathathu nengathi ngisanda kuqala ukuhlala kuyona ngo-2012 ngathola ukuthi iyavuza. Selokhu ngaqala ukuhlala kuyona ingena imvula futhi akekho ongisizayo,” kusho yena. Uqhube wathi ngendlela isimo esesisibi ngayo useze waphoqeleka ukuba ahambise abanye abazukulu bakhe akade ehlala nabo ngoba esabele ukuthi indlu izowa ibamboze

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Brothel boss  pleads  guilty BYRONE  ATHMAN >>byrone.athman@media24.com

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ETER John  Dick  pleaded  guilty  to  running  a brothel  on  Prince  Alfred  Street  after  being  ar­ rested  in  September  2015. The two­year long case was heard in the Pieterma­ ritzburg  Regional  Court  on  Monday  when  Dick  was fined R250 000 without having to face any jail time. In September 2015, the South African Police Ser­ vice (SAPS) embarked on an operation to close down brothels  in  the  city. The police operation was a success and it yielded

excellent results, bringing down 15 brothels that were operating  in  the  city. Cluster  Commander  General  Makoba  applauded the work of Lieutenant­Colonel Maharaj and his team for the effort they put into seeing Dick arrested and seeing the case through, commending them on a job well  done. Spokesperson for the SAPS, Sergeant Mthokozisi Ngobese, said that the success of the case helped the police  in  many  ways. “We are thankful that we succeeded in getting a guilty verdict out of him because it helps prevent other opportunistic criminals and this leads to a cleaner city.”

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Lotto trio  get  20  years  for  the  killing  of  ‘witchdoctor’ SHARIKA  REGCHAND THREE men who were tricked by a “witchdoctor” into believing they would win the lotto were On Tuesday sentenced  to  20  years’  imprisonment  for  murdering him. Pietermaritzburg  High  Court  Judge  Themba  Sishi found there were reasons to deviate from imposing the life  sentence  on  Thandokwakhe  Shezi,  Msawenkosi Bhengu  and  Mlungisi  Shozi. The men had pleaded guilty to kidnapping 51­year­ old  Ugandan  Robert  Nsubuga,  from  his  Northdale home  on  December  31,  2017,  and  taking  him  to  Cra­ mond  where  they  shot  him.  They  then  dragged  his body into a forest. The judge said the men consulted with Nsubuga to help them win the lotto. He led them to believe they “would have luck” and win R200 000. “On various occasions (from July until November last year) they paid him between R500 to R5 000 to perform  rituals  to  win  the  amount. “He gave them instructions to follow and they did, without ever doubting him. Nsubuga also made them believe  he  was  communicating  with  their  ancestors. When they realised he was not helping them, they con­ fronted  him.

“He asked for more money. This time they refused. “They genuinely believed he tricked them and he had taken a lot of their money, and they were all angry and  upset,”  said  Sishi. They demanded he refund them. When he couldn’t, the men took his valuables, subdued him and put him into their car. They drove to Cramond where they killed him. The  judge  considered  it  in  their  favour  that  they pleaded guilty, showed remorse and were “unsophisti­ cated”. The men, between the ages of 35 to 40, left school in different grades, and had not matriculated. They had all had worked at the same place in Cramond and  earned  R3 000  each  before  being  arrested. The judge also took into account that the men were first­time offenders and had no previous or pending cases. However, Sishi also said they needed to be given a lengthy prison term for the “callous” murder. He  took into account the interest of society when determining the  sentence. In their pleas, the trio said some of the things they did because Nsubuga told them to do included sleep­ ing with their lotto tickets under their pillows at night and giving him trousers with four pockets for him to fill  with  stones.

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February 22,  2018

Sweetwaters residents  wait  for  RDP  houses LETHIWE  MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com PHOTOS:  LETHIWE  MAKHANYA

Lillian Molefe  shows  the  moisture  rising  up  a  wall  at  her  house.

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WEETWATERS residents who have been waiting for their RDP houses for the past five years say they do not know what to do anymore. Two residents from the KwaZayeka area who spoke to Echo said they have lost hope that they will ever get RDP houses. Goodman Hadebe said he applied for his RDP house in 2012 but to date he has not been built one. “In 2016, the contractor who laid the foundation left. I have not heard from them since. I have tried numerous times to find out what the progress is but I haven’t had any answers. “What breaks my heart is that people who applied with me and those who applied after me are now living in their RDP houses. I really need this house. My children have nowhere to stay now. I have removed my furniture from my home and asked my neighbour to store it because I had to create space for my children to sleep. Now my neighbour wants to rent his house out,” he said.

Mokhantso Lillian Molefe also applied for her RDP house in 2012. She said her life is a nightmare because the house she is now living in is always damp. “In 2012, I was allocated a house number which confirmed that my application was approved by Msunduzi Municipality. In 2016, when I saw that nothing happened, I re-applied. My application was approved again and I was told that I will use the same house number. Everything that is inside the house, from furniture to clothes, is damaged. Because of the moisture we can’t even live peacefully,” said Molefe. The family has to rewash their clothes as it smells of mould. Molefe and Hadebe are not the only ones who have encountered problems with getting RDP houses, there are several other families as well, including Nonhlanhla Zuma, who had her left leg amputated. She also applied for her RDP house in 2012. “Life is not easy being an amputee. It has been too long waiting and nothing is happening. I see other people who applied after me are getting their houses but what about me?” she said.

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Billing system  broken NOKUTHULA  NTULI

BOTH IFP and DA councillors want Msun­ duzi to get rid of the controversial SAP fi­ nancial system, which has been constantly blamed for the City’s administrative prob­ lems. The  SAP  system  was  installed  in  the hope  that  it  would  streamline  the  func­ tions of the City’s business units and make them  more  integrated.  According to Chief Financial Officer Neli Ngcobo,  once  all  the  programs  are  in­ stalled, the system will be used for infor­ mation  and  processing  of  procurement,

billing, finance,  grants  and  budgets  from the  IDP.  While she has not denied that there are challenges  with  the  system,  Ngcobo  has regularly assured councillors that improve­ ments  are  being  made. Yesterday, the DA’s Sibongiseni Majola and IFP’s Thinasonke Ntombela said there seems to be no end to the challenges and they were concerned that the City was be­ ing  held  back  by  the  system. They were commenting during the dis­ cussion of the Municipal Finance Manage­ ment Act (MFMA) schedule for monitoring deadlines. The schedule is one of the City’s

interventions in response to the concerns raised by the auditor­general’s office that the  City  is  not  monitoring  compliance  in terms  of  MFMA. Majola said if SAP is preventing the City from complying with the regulation then it is not going to save it from getting anoth­ er  negative  audit  opinion.  “It  seems  to  me  that  SAP  is  slowing things  down.  I’m looking at this template and next to the areas highlighted in red, the reason given is challenges with SAP. With other re­ ports that we normally get, we are always getting challenges with SAP for not meet­

ing deadlines. We are tired of hearing it,” said  Majola. Ntombela said they wanted a deadline on when they will stop getting reports of SAP  challenges.  He said they need to know whether the problem is with the system or the inade­ quate  training  of  staff  who  are  using  it. He  said  they  needed  clarity  about whether national Treasury gave the direct­ ive  to  implement  SAP  as  it  is  ineffective and has become more of a problem than a  solution.  Sifiso  Khoza,  a  manager  of  municipal budget  implementation  and  monitoring,

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VOX POP Will  the  new  president  do  better  than  the  previous  one? Ramone  Chetty

Suhaifa Imam

’Ramapho­ sa seems  like  he  will  work  more  for  the  people  rather  than  try  to  em­ power  him­ self  like  Ja­ cob  Zuma  did.’ 

‘I am  hope­ ful  that  Cy­ ril  Rama­ phosa  will  be  a  better  president  than  Jacob  Zuma  and  I  feel  like  he  is  a  people  person.’ 

Awela Mashita ‘I  think  it’s  too  early  to  tell  in  terms  of  the  coun­ try’s  develop­ ment  but  in  terms  of  the  stock  exchange  and  commodi­ ty  market,  there’s  been  a  sigh  of  relief.’

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February 22,  2018

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New ownership  structure  for  publishing  company S

HUTER and  Shooter  Publishers (Pty)  Ltd,  a  proudly  South  Afri­ can  company  and  BBBEE  Level  II contributor,  is  pleased  to  announce  a  landmark  transaction  with  Zungu  In­ vestments  Company,  an  existing  share­ holder  in  the  company.  The  acquisition  increases  Zungu  In­ vestments’  equity  stake  in  Shuters  to  just  in  excess  of  95%.  This  translates  into  Shuters  becom­ ing  one  of  the  largest  100%  black­ owned  educational  publishers  in  South  Africa.    The  Craib  family,  who  ran  and  owned  the  The  Witness  Group  in  KwaZulu­Natal,  has  been  the  majority  shareholders  of  Shuters  for  many 

Sandile Zungu  (right)  of  Zun­ gu  Invest­ ments  be­ comes  the  majority  share­ holder  of  Shuter  and  Shooter  pub­ lishers,  signing  the  transaction  from  former  owner  (left)  Stuart  Craib. PHOTO:  SUP­ PLIED

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Jacob Zuma  will  be  back  IN Jacob Zuma’s mind, he is the one who was wronged in this David and Goliath bat­ tle  between  him  and  the  ANC  top  six. Zuma was in his element during the SABC interview last Wednesday. He was without a script in front of him, and thus he spoke fluidly  despite  his  visible  inner  tension. The  interview  was  riveting,  and  it  con­ firmed for me that Zuma is exactly what I heard he was all those years ago when I was nothing more than a lowly member of the ANC  on  the  Cape  Flats. In  the  SABC  interview,  the  behind­the­ hand  whispers  by  honourable  comrades who were far higher up the totem pole and with  first­hand  knowledge  of  who  Zuma was, were confirmed after nearly 28 years. At that time, it was widely rumoured that Zuma should be handled with caution, that he  was  politically  ambitious  and  that  he would not shy away from putting a match

came president of the ANC and 18 months later,  president  of  South  Africa. The  slow  but  steady  degradation  of South  Africa  under  his  leadership  is  well­ documented  and  has  been  known  to  the current  leadership  of  the  ANC  for  a  long time.  Last  Thursday,  they  were  willing  to vote in support of an EFF motion to remove the president, after fighting tooth and nail for a man who earlier this week, secretary­ general  Ace  Magashule  said  “had  done nothing wrong”. Calling their bluff, Zuma in­ sisted, even during his resignation speech, that  he  had  done  nothing  wrong.  Zuma feels that he has been victimised, especially in the absence of reasons being given  for  his  recall.  He  has  gone  to  great pains to highlight the fact that the decision to recall him was not an issue that was dis­ cussed anywhere else (within the ANC) ex­ cept  in  the  ANC  leadership. We  should  not  disregard  Zuma’s  com­ ment that ANC leaders will regret plunging the organisation into a crisis, as some peo­ ple  may  not  like  what  is  happening. Zuma clearly feels that he was unfairly treated  by  his  comrades,  and  his  not­so­

subtle threat confirms to me the whispers of all those years ago — that Zuma is pow­ er­hungry  and  will  mobilise  masses  if  he does  not  get  his  way. Even though Zuma laid down the reins as president, I do not believe that we have seen the last of this crafty politician. He may have  vacated  the  presidency,  but  he  is  by no  means  gone  from  the  political  arena. We saw the authentic Zuma during the SABC interview; seething and embittered, and a man who has a lot of fight left in him. Zuma’s repeated reference during his res­ ignation speech to “white monopoly capi­ tal”, which he has suggested the ANC is con­ trolled  by,  should  especially  not  be  disre­ garded. We must remain cautious, despite his plea that no violence erupt in his name. Zuma’s mercurial nature was on full dis­ play during the SABC interview and his ad­ dress to the nation on Valentine’s Day, and it was these Jekyll and Hyde traits that the post­Mandela ANC leadership indulged for the  longest  time. They  took  forever  to  stare  down  the schoolyard  bully  and  call  his  bluff. Instead,  they  arrogantly  insisted  for

years that Zuma was doing nothing wrong as president, and treated fellow members of Parliament from opposition parties with contempt and derision, the very members they were prepared to team up with, so that they  could  eventually  lance  the  boil  that they  have  tolerated  and  protected. The ANC’s relationship with Zuma has al­ ways reminded me of the fable of the scor­ pion and the frog who meet on the bank of a stream. The scorpion asks the frog to carry him  across  the  river  on  its  back.  The  frog then asks: “How do I know you won’t sting me?”  to  which  the  scorpion  replies:  “Be­ cause  if  I  do,  I  will  die  too.” This reasoning makes sense to the frog, who  allows  the  scorpion  to  climb  on  his back. In midstream, the scorpion stings the frog.  As  the  frog  feels  his  body  getting heavy, paralysis sets in and he starts to sink, he  asks  the  scorpion  why  he  stung  him, knowing  that  they  would  both  drown. The scorpion simply replies: “It’s my na­ ture.” — HuffPost  SA. • Jeanette Buis is a student activist of the eighties, a non­practising advocate and a legal researcher.

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to a tinderbox. The late Nelson Mandela’s refusal to meet Zuma on his return from ex­ ile — and the fact that he did not hold any position in the Mandela government — ce­ mented the idea for me that Zuma was not good news and that he was best kept away from  the  seats  of  power. However, for his role in the early nineties in bringing calm to KwaZulu­Natal when it was on the brink of civil war, Zuma was re­ warded in 1994 when the ANC under Man­ dela  made  an  exception  in  the  organisa­ tion’s constitution so that Zuma could hold the positions of national chair of the party and chair of the ANC in KZN simultaneously. This was an exception that allowed Zu­ ma to cement his authority at grass­roots level in KZN and at the same time, it was the start of the end for the ANC as it cow­ ered  at  the  threat  of  Zuma  being  able  to cause  massive  disruptions  at  the  time. When  Thabo  Mbeki  fell  out  of  favour with rank­and­file ANC members, it was a fired­up Zuma who managed to seize the moment  and  skilfully  manoeuvre  his  way into  the  presidency.  With  the  help  of  the ANC Youth League and Cosatu, Zuma be­

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HE Mseleku  family,  which  has  won people’s hearts because of their reali­ ty  show  Uthando  Nesthembu,  will visit  Pietermaritzburg  to  be  part  of  the Khayelihle Concert taking place at Golden Horse  Casino  tomorrow  at  6 pm.  Uthando Nesthembu is a polygamy re­ ality show that plays on Mzansi Magic (cha­ nel  161)  every  Thursday.  The Khayelihle Concert is an annual con­ cert that is organised by Khayelihle Funeral Services prior to the Maritzburg City Mara­ thon. The marathon event takes place on Saturday  and  Sunday. Muzi Mkhize, owner of Khayelihle Funer­ al Services, said they decided to bring the Mseleku  family  to  the  city  because  they want  the  people  of  Pietermaritzburg  to meet  them.  “This concert is aimed at giving artists an  opportunity  to  showcase  their  talents. We then decided to invite the Mseleku fami­ ly since they are managed under Khayelihle Music. This is a big thing for Pietermaritz­ burg and that is why we want to bring them closer  to  the  community. “We know that lots of people love this family  and  they  would  like  to  meet  them one day. This is their opportunity to meet them,  free  of  charge. “People will also be allowed to take pic­ tures with the Mselekus without any prob­ lems,”  he  said.  Mkhize said this is the second time the Mseleku family will visit Pietermaritzburg. The first time was during the Pietermaritz­ burg Jazz Festival last year but people had

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for a  great  turn  out  this  year.   He  urged  people  to  come  out  in  their numbers  to  support  the  concert.

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Subz Pants  and  Pads  gets  financial  boost SUBZ Pants and Pads, the KwaZulu-Natal-

based organisation that sells patented reusable sanitary pads, was accepted into the SAB Foundation’s Social Innovation Fund and Accelerator Programme aimed at fast-tracking social purpose businesses. Sue Barnes, founder of Subz Pants and Pads and its non-profit extension, Project Dignity, said she is honoured to have been accepted into the SABF Social Innovation Accelerator and Fund Programme. “This is a huge injection of knowledge and funding for Subz Pants and Pads to grow and upscale the business,” said Barnes. “I will be guided and mentored through this process, as Subz is on the brink of explosion into the market, not only in South Africa but throughout Africa. The plan is to upscale the business by focusing on empowerment development and employment. I am very excited that Subz Pants and Pads has been recognised as a business to contend with.” The innovative programme was opened up to previous winners of the SAB Foundation’s Social Innovation Awards, which have been held annually for the past seven years. In 2015, Subz received the award which recognises organisations with workable business solutions to social problems. However, despite the mentorship that accompanies the Social Innovation Awards, the SAB Foundation realised there is very little early stage funding for social innovation companies beyond the competition. “It’s incredibly difficult for these organisations to apply for traditional funding because there is often no compelling business case in the early stages. However, these models are critical to support as they are finding innovative and sustainable ways of solving social problems,”

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said SAB Foundation director Bridgit Evans. “That is why the foundation decided to select 12 high-performing award winners who have persisted in their commitment to social innovation despite the obstacles faced.” Subz Pants and Pads was one of the 12 former winners chosen for the acceleration programme which will support the participants with the necessary skills and funding to allow the business to thrive. The business acceleration programme will include: • constructing a social or environmental impact case; • market access, sales and distribution; • strategic planning; • financial modelling and planning; • writing an investment case to secure funding; • pitching to investors; and • connecting with partners in the business ecosystem, including multinational companies, NGOs and governments. This strategic support will ensure the business is able to secure additional rounds of funding from other investors after the three-month programme. Financial investment from the SAB Foundation will be in the form of grants and interest-free loans ranging from R500 000 to R2 million. For more information on Subz Pants and Pads, visit www.subzpads.co.za — Supplied.


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February 22,  2018

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SCHOOL SCENE Bahlomule ngomfaniswano  abafundi  abase­Willowfontein

St Nic’s  prefects  and  mentors  inducted

LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com ABAFUNDI abangama­45 abafunda ezikol­ eni ezahlukene e­Willowfontein bahlomule ngemifaniswano  yesikole  ngoLwesine, mhla  ka­15  kuNhlolanja  (February). Laba bafundi bebe phuma ezikoleni ez­ intathu zakule ndawo okuyi­Willowfontein Secondary, eNzuzwenhle Primary naseSil­ wanetshe  Primary  School. Isikole  ngasinye  kutonyulwe  abafundi abayi­15.  Lemi faniswano inikelelwe uMnuz Vusu­ muzi  Sibiya  weSibiya  Funeral  Services ngokusizana nesigungu se­Young Commu­ nist  League  (YCL)  saku  lendawo.  UMnuz Wandile Sibiya oyilungu  lesigun­ gu i­YCL uthe njenge sigungu babone isimo singesihle  kwabanye  babafundi  bakulezi zikole nokwabenza ukuthi basukume bafu­ ne  ukusiza. “Ezinye izingane bezigqoka amateku es­ ikoleni ngoba zingenazo izicathulo zesikole. Nalawo mateku abefika esemanzi uma lin­ ethile noma uma  kunamazolo ngoba ba­ hamba  amabanga  amade. “Sibe sesibhukula sathinta osomabhiz­ ini  abahlukene  base  ndaweni  yaseMgun­ gundlovu okubalwa kubona naye uMnuz Si­ biya.  Sahamba  saya  kuyena  wasitshela ukuthi  asiphinde  sibuye  nokuyilapho  asit­ shela  khona  ukuthi  uzosisiza,”  kubeka uMnuz  Sibiya.  UMnuz Sibiya  ubonge wanconcoza kulo

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Abafundi baseSilwanetshe  Primary  abahlomule  ngomfaniswano,  othisha  nam­ alungu  omphakathi.  somabhizini  wabe  esephonsela  inselelo nakwabanye  osomabhizinisi  ukuba  bal­ ekelele  emphakathini  entulayo  uma  ben­ gakwazi. Laba bafundi bahlomule ngawo wonke umfaniswano  okubalwa  khona  izicathulo, amasokisi  namajezi. UMnuz  Sibiya  weSibiya  Funerals  uthe uyakuthanda ukusiza abantu yingakho en­ qume  ukusiza laba bantwana ngomfanis­ wano. “Ngiyakholelwa  ekutheni  uma  ngabe uNkulunkulu  esekubusisile  kufanele  nawe usize  abanye  abantu  lapho  ukungakwazi

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Bell. Leon Grové (Principal) washed the feet of the newly inducted prefects. The prefects in turn washed the feet of the Grade 8 pupils. Foot washing is an act of serving and a symbolism of one’s love for Jesus.  —  Supplied. 

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Pam helps  herself  to  cash  from  Michael’s wallet. Nandi launches her cancer founda­ tion.  Mazwi’s  brother­in­law  deliberately riles  him  up. Tuesday  February  27 Gog’Flo is delighted to get flowers. Tau re­ ceives a panicked call from ailing Zondiwe. Namhla’s suspicions about being followed are  confirmed. Wednesday  February  28 Cosmo finds out Mrekza is now working at Bra J’s. Tshidi isn’t sure if she’s ready to come home yet. Zitha is furious when Jack delib­ erately  undermines  her.

MUVHANGO Thursday  February  22 Tendamudzimu  sets  a  trap  for  Vhutshilo. Susan and Masindi figure out why Konanani is  in  Thathe.  Azwindini  offers  Livhuwani  a  shoulder  to lean  on.

ISIDINGO Thursday February  22 Nikiwe tells Nina she needs her help. Lerato laments the pressures of success with Kgo­ thalo. Gabriel asks Wendy out for a drink.

Friday February  23 Susan  discovers  some  shocking  informa­ tion  about  Konanani.  Tendamudzimu presents  Gugu  with  bad  news.  Rashaka comes  to  the  rescue.

Friday February  23 The  drugs  in  Nikiwe’s  system  threaten  to push her over the edge. Lerato and Sechaba continue  to  grow  further  apart.  Gabriel is disappointed when Wendy shows up  with  Anja  to  their  date  night. 

Monday February  26 Vhutshilo sees a dark side to Konanani. Ra­ shaka  reads  Gugu’s  mind.  Azwindini  and Livhuwani  grow  closer.  Tuesday  February  27 Konanani may have gone too far with Vhut­ shilo.  Livhuwani  knows  that  Tenda  is  not telling the truth. Rashaka admits to Renda­ ni that his date with Gugu went very well. Wednesday  February  28 Konanani’s  plans  are  exposed.  Azwindini has some bad news for Livhuwani. Vhula­ hani  pays  Konanani  a  visit. SCANDAL  Thursday  February  22 Quinton is driven almost demented by that fact that he cannot tell the truth, and Ro­ meo tells the truth but is not believed. Sev­ eral people find themselves suddenly and unexpectedly homeless. A heartfelt apolo­ gy  falls  on  deaf  ears.

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Monday February  26 Does Nikiwe have any chance of surviving Nina’s  onslaught?  Lerato  pleads  with  Sechaba  to  get  their marriage back on track. Anja has high hopes for her and Ben despite Wendy’s warnings.

Moopi Mothibeli  as  ‘Smanga  Moroka’  on  Generations. PHOTO:  SOURCED

Friday February  23 A young man’s attempt at bribery fails, and he  finds  himself  at  the  receiving  end  of  a devastating taunt. Zinzile is put in a worry­ ing position when she is asked to do some­ thing she knows she cannot. A boss decides to  stop  being  Mr  Nice  Guy  all  the  time. Monday  February  26 A young man makes a bid for freedom, and a mother starts to become concerned about her son. A wife is caught out in a lie, but tries to deflect by making an accusation. A boss’s best  intentions  are  misinterpreted. Tuesday  February  27

Lerumo follows  up  on  a  cryptic  lead,  but misses  an  opportunity  to  save  someone. Gontse receives advice which sees her revis­ iting her past. Wesley clarifies a situation, but someone still manages to get the wrong end  of  the  stick. Wednesday  February  28 Romeo  starts  going  through  a  process which his mother has been encouraging him to, but under circumstances Grace couldn’t begin  to  imagine.  Gontse manages to get what she needs, but has sad news for her family. Wesley is not in touch with how his staff feel about him.

GENERATIONS Thursday  February  22 Gadaffi orders a hit on Namhla. Daniel’s ri­ val rats him out to the police. Tau is suspi­ cious  about  the  email  Fana  received. Friday  February  23 Cosmo is tasked with finding Zach’s body. Zoe isn’t thrilled when her wild­at­heart sis­ ter  shows  up.  Mrekza’s mind races when he sees Kabelo selling  drugs. Monday  February  26

Tuesday February  27 Ben’s relentless pursuit of the truth rattles Nina. Sechaba is still determined on start­ ing a family, despite receiving solid advice against  it.  Wendy  is  not  pleased  to  hear about  Anja’s  recent  stunt.  Wednesday  February  28 Nikiwe comes close to catching Nina in the act. Lerato questions whether or not chil­ dren  are  in  God’s  plans  for  her  life.  Hendrik is uncomfortable with Anja’s new wardrobe 


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Locals donate  water  to  aid  Cape  Town  animals BYRONE  ATHMAN Byrone.Athman@media24.com

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N the  midst  of  the  ensuing  water  crisis plaguing Cape Town at the moment, it’s easy for most to forget that animals too are  suffering,  not  only  humans. This, however, excludes Suzanne Kunz, who saw that Water for Paws had no regis­ tered drop­off points listed in KwaZulu­Na­ tal, let alone Pietermaritzburg, so she took it  upon  herself  to  create  one. The  campaign,  started  by  Capetonian

Fiona Dimio, aims to get people to send bot­ tled water which she will distribute to shel­ ters  when  Day  Zero  hits  the  city. Kunz runs the local PMB Kitten Fostering and  Rehome  centre. Since embarking on the campaign with Water for Paws, both Baker and Baker Fu­ neral Directors and the SPCA Pietermaritz­ burg have offered their premises as drop­off points.  Kunz said that sealed water bottles of any kind are welcome and that the maxi­ mum  amount  per  container  is  30 litres. 

“We welcome the use of cooldrink con­ tainers but please do not use milk contain­ ers  as  the  plastic  is  too  soft,”  said  Kunz. Water that is not bought from shops is welcome but must be marked clearly, stat­ ing exactly where the water is from, so if the water is from a borehole, write it on the bot­ tle.  Those looking to help can drop off dona­ tions  at  5  Nelson  Close  in  Lincoln  Meade. Contact  Suzanne  Kunz  at  082 478 5860.  “We  welcome  any  donations  or  company pledges,”  said  Kunz. 

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Some of  the  water  that  has  been  collected  thus  far. 

CALL FOR ENTRIES NOW OPEN The Simon “Mabhunu” Sabela Film and Television awards recognise outstanding achievements and excellence within the South African Film and Television industry, with a special focus on KwaZulu-Natal. The categories for the 2018 Simon Mabhunu Sabela Film and Television Awards are:

TELEVISION: • Best Actor • Best Actress • Best supporting Actor • Best supporting Actress • Best Newcomer Actor • Best Newcomer Actress

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FILM: Best Actor Best Actress Best Supporting Actor Best Supporting Actress Best Newcomer Actor Best Newcomer Actress Best Film Best Director Best Screenplay Best Use of KZN as a Location Best IsiZulu Best Documentary Short Best Documentary Long Best Student Film Best Lifetime Achievement Best Micro-Budget Film

Simon 'Mabhunu' Sabela Film & Tv Awards

For enquires email: simonsabela@kwazulunatalfilm.co.za Tel: +27 31 325 0200 Entries are to be delivered to: KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission, Musgrave Office Park, 10th floor, 115 Musgrave Road, Durban, 4001. Entry forms and Entry guidelines are available on the KwaZulu-Natal Film Commission website www.kwazulunatalfilm.co.za

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Africa’s young  artists  called  to  ‘Give  art  life’ F

OR thousands of artists across Africa whose creativity is their livelihood, art gives life. Now, the continent’s flagship visual arts competition for emerging artists, Absa L’Atelier, is asking these artists to “Give art life” as it calls for entries into this year’s contest. This inspiring theme of the 2018 competition reflects the idea that the prestigious Absa L’Atelier gives African contemporary art, and the talent behind it, a platform to thrive. This has been augmented even further this year with the competition being opened up to two more African countries, namely Nigeria and Namibia. This brings to 12 the number of countries participating in the competition. The other countries include South Africa, Botswana, Ghana, Zambia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Mauritius, Seychelles and Mozambique, and all professional and self-taught emerging artists aged 21 to 35 years from these countries, are invited to enter. The Absa L’Atelier art competition enters its 33rd year in 2018, marking another fruitful year of collaboration between primary sponsors Absa and the South African National Association for the Visual Arts (SANAVA). Together, these partners aim to help further winners’ careers by providing them with unparalleled industry opportunities. For the main and Gerard Sekoto award winners, this includes a six-

month and three-month art residency, respectively, at the Cité internationale des arts in Paris. The Gerard Sekoto Award is made possible through a partnership between Absa, SANAVA, the Alliance Francaise of Southern Africa, the Institut Français Afrique du Sud and the French Embassy in South Africa. While the main prize also features a cash prize of R330 000 and is open to all entrants, the Gerard Sekoto Award is reserved for the most promising South African artist who has previously entered the L’Atelier. Similarly, the first merit award prize comprises a three-month art residency at the Bag Factory in South Africa; the second merit award, a twomonth art residency at the Sylt Foundation, on the island of Sylt in Germany, and the third merit award, a onemonth art residency with the Ampersand Foundation in New York, U.S.. All entrants are eligible for the merit award prizes. All top 10 finalists in the competition are also placed on a two-day art professionalism course to assist them in managing their careers — a vital aspect in helping young artists turn their talent into profitable businesses. Dr Paul Bayliss, Absa art and museum curator, says the competition has played a significant role in the careers of many influential visual artists from across the African continent, particularly the winners, who have benefited from the exposure afforded to them through the residencies.

“Since extending the competition to other African countries, the response from young, up-and-coming artists has been incredible. “This bears testament to the fact that emerging artists realise the immense value L’Atelier adds to their careers. It has been very encouraging to see Africa’s young artists making the

most of the opportunities that are being created to support and help grow their careers. It’s important not only that artists take advantage of these opportunities, but that they put their best works forward when doing it,” said Bayliss. To enter the 2018 competition, artists need to visit the L’Atelier website

at www.lateliercompetition.com and click on the “enter L’Atelier 2018” button and complete the required information. Registration closes at the end of April. Artists who have previously entered the competition need to register once again if they wish to enter in 2018.

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Debunking stereotypes  about  epilepsy OMEGA  MOAGI >>omega.moagi@media24.com 

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EBRUARY 12 to February 18 marked Epilepsy Awareness Week and in commemoration of this, the Epilepsy Foundation’s national director Marina Clarke shed some light on some of the stereotypes associated with epilepsy. According to the foundation, in 66% of the people diagnosed with epilepsy (known as idiopathic epilepsy), the cause cannot be determined. In the remaining cases (known as symptomatic epilepsy), causes include brain injury and bleeding, including birth injuries, brain infections like encephalitis, drug and alcohol abuse, biochemical imbalances, brain tumours and degeneration caused by ageing. People living with the illness are often stigmatised in society and this is often due to upheld stereotypes which are not necessarily true. Some of the stereotypes include ideas that epilepsy is contagious and that people with epilepsy can

predict the future, are intellectually impaired, are bewitched and that epilepsy is a punishment for the person, his or her family or their community. All these are simply not true, she said. “Epilepsy is the most common neurological condition, affecting one in every 100 people in a developing country like South Africa and it is treatable. “People with epilepsy are able to attend school, work and participate in sport and other activities. Think of people like Jonty Rhodes, Prince and Vusi Mahlasela, who all had or have epilepsy,” said Clarke. Also, contrary to popular belief, when someone is having an epileptic seizure they should not be given anything or have any objects placed in their mouth or nose. Rather, people should stay calm and leave the person alone until they fully recovery. “People with epilepsy are the same as their peers, with the same hopes, dreams and aspirations. “Acceptance and inclusion allow them to lead full and active

lives. “Parents of children with epilepsy often overprotect their children in an attempt to shield them from

harm. This can easily lead to isolation and exclusion. “Knowing what to do during a

seizure is an empowering skill. It is thus important that people learn what to do and how to help,” said Clarke.

THE BASIC  DOS  AND  DON’TS  WHEN  SOMEONE  IS  HAVING  A  SEIZURE: DO: •  Stay  calm,  it’s  only  a  seizure. •  Cushion  the  person’s  head  to  avoid  injury  by  placing  anything  soft  under  the  head  (e.g.  a  cushion  or  jacket). • Time the duration of the seizure. It is likely to feel very long, but most seizures lasts between a few seconds and a few minutes. Seizures  lasting  longer  than  five  or  six  minutes  require  medical  attention. •  Try  to  remove  glasses  and  loosen  tight  clothing  (if  possible)  to  avoid  injury  and  ease  breathing. •  Turn  the  person  into  the  first  aid  recovery  position  to  avoid  choking. • Stay with the person until he or she recovers fully and reassure him or her. Remember that the person is unlikely to know that  they  had  a  seizure. • Provide information about the seizure once the person has recovered. Most people with epilepsy have a seizure diary to record information  which  is  helpful  to  the  medical  team  (which  seldom  sees  a  seizure)  for  treatment. • Medical assistance is only required if (i) the seizure lasts longer than five or six minutes; and/or (ii) the person was injured during  the  seizure. DO  NOT: •  Panic. •  Move  the  person  unless  he  or  she  is  in  immediate  danger. •  Restrict  the  person  as  you  cannot  stop  a  seizure. •  Burn  anything  in  front  of  the  person’s  nose  or  mouth. •  Put  anything  in  the  person’s  mouth.  This  is  an  old  wife’s  tale  and  will  lead  to  injury. •  Leave  the  person  alone  until  he  or  she  recovers  fully. •  Give  the  person  anything  to  eat  or  drink. •  Give  the  person  any  medication.

Education on  a  healthy  pregnancy  needed WITH over 800 cases of listerio-

sis now confirmed across the country and the rate of children born with foetal alcohol spectrum disorders 14 times higher than the global average, South Africa is in dire need of education around health during pregnancy. National Pregnancy Awareness Week, which ran from February 12 to 16, provided an important platform for discussion on these issues. “So much happens in the months before conception and during the 40-week gestational period which can affect your child’s mental and physical development for the rest of their life. “Women should have tests as early as they can, certainly by 10 or 12 weeks into pregnancy to pick up abnormalities and allow for patient education around key risks,” said Dr Howard Manyonga, obstetrician and head of The Birthing Team. According to Manyonga, one of the biggest risks to unborn babies in South Africa is the consumption of alcohol and drugs during pregnancy. “Women should be aware that if they consume alcohol, are sexually active and not using contraception, they may fall pregnant and unknowingly expose their baby to its toxic effects at a very sensitive stage of development. Women who are already pregnant must avoid it entirely,” he said. Another threat is the recent outbreak of the bacterial disease listeriosis, which has claimed 82 lives in South Africa to date. Pregnant women are one of the most at-risk groups.

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Manyonga urges them to take precautions such as keeping food preparation areas clean, washing all fruits and vegetables thoroughly, regularly washing their hands, ensuring cooked food is properly refrigerated and meats kept separately from other food items. Pregnant women who experience cold-like symptoms should see a medical professional as soon as possible. In order to make comprehensive maternity care more affordable, Manyonga and the team at integrated health-care company PPO Serve launched The Birthing Team, a team-based maternity programme designed for women without medical aid who want to access private care for their pregnancy and birth. The programme offers complete care for a set fee, which is determined upfront after a comprehensive medical assessment. “The unpredictability of costs is a deterrent to accessing care in the private sector for women not on medical aid. “An affordable set-fee model, where necessary care is delivered by a multidisciplinary team supports proactive care and gives expectant parents peace of mind about costs,” said Manyonga The Birthing Team is now operational in Berea, Johannesburg, and the Durban city centre. Based in well-known private hospitals, the teams consist of midwives and obstetricians who work together with other healthcare providers to develop and carry out individualised care plans for expectant moms in the programme. — Supplied

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MARITZBURG ECHO

February 22,  2018

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Sukuma High  School’s  soccer  team  was  the  latest  school  side  to  receive  coaching  and  mentoring  from  Maritzburg  United  players  this  week.

In­form Maritzburg  United  players  visit  Sukuma  High NONDUMISO  ZAKWE

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ARITZBURG United want to make the 2017/18 Absa Premiership season a memorable one, with head coach Fadlu Davids targeting a minimum of four wins from their remaining nine matches. A run of good form has seen the Team of Choice move up to fifth on the log table, just seven points behind leaders Mamelodi Sundowns. This follows an impressive 2-0 win over KwaZulu-Natal rivals AmaZulu at home last Friday. Davids’ men are among the highest scoring teams in the league, with 25 goals, and they remain solid at the back too, letting in just 13 goals in 21 outings. Ahead of Platinum Stars’ visit to Harry Gwala Stadium this Friday, the 36-year-old tactician said keeping level headed would be the key to further success. “Yes, it’s nine games to go and 27 points [on offer]. Hopefully 40 points is enough this season [for a topeight finish], but perhaps with the

teams so bunched, you might need 43. I think we’re on track so far, anyway,” he said yesterday. “If we go through our targets, we’re still a few points behind because of the eight-game run without a win [earlier in the season] which put us back to some degree. But since our win against Cape Town City [in Durban in January] we have really clicked. We have kept to our style and structure.” The Roger de Sa-coached Platinum Stars haven’t enjoyed the best of seasons and remain rock-bottom. Meanwhile, the Midlands club continued their drive to inspire the city’s youth by hosting a coaching clinic at Sukuma High School in Imbali yesterday. Players who attended the session included second-choice goalkeeper Bongani Mpandle, midfielders Mxolisi Kunene and Fortune Makaringe, as well as Glenwood-born Sandile Dlamini, who plays for Maritzburg’s Multichoice Diski Challenge team. Grade 11 pupil Basanda Buthelezi

(17), a fullback for the school’s football team, said: “I’m really stoked. I have never imagined that I would get to see my childhood idol Makaringe and learn a few tricks from him. “They told us to stay grounded and focused.” In 2015, the Imbali school won the KwaZulu-Natal section of the Kay Motsepe Schools Cup with the help of late Maritzburg midfielder Mlondi Dlamini, who went on to win the Player of the Season in the Kay Motsepe League. The school’s coach, Xolani Mpungose, was happy to see Maritzburg at his school. He said: “It’s a commendable initiative. It’ll inspire the youngsters and motivate them, not just to do well in sports.” Mpungose said the school was also proud to have produced professional footballers such as Lindokuhle Zondi at SuperSport United and Lindokuhle Sithole who was recently promoted to the Maritzburg first team. Meanwhile, Sundowns played host to Free State Stars at Loftus Versfeld yesterday evening.

At a  media  briefing  held  in  the  city  recently  for  The  Witness  Medihelp  Maritzburg  City  Marathon  (from  left)  KZN  Athletics  president  Sello  Mokoena,  media  personality  Phindi  Gule,  Medi­ help  representative  Kim  Naidoo  and  race  organising  committee  members  John  Hall  and  Khanyisile  Ndlovu.  PHOTO:  JONATHAN  BURTON

Runners from  18  different  countries  are  to  arrive  for  city  marathon CARL  PETERS

THE Witness Maritzburg City

Marathon is set to feature over 7 000 athletes across several events put together by the organisers in Pietermaritzburg. At a media briefing held in the city last Thursday, it was announced that 3 574 runners will line up for the 42,2 km race and 2 255 for the 21,1 km outside Golden Horse Casino in Scottsville on Sunday, February 25. In addition, 1 151 participants will tackle the 10 km race, while two trail events planned for Saturday, February 24, have attracted 157 entries combined. There will be 120 international athletes representing 18 countries, including Finland, Zambia,

Afghanistan, Australia, Ethiopia and Qatar, according to the organisers. The Maritzburg City Marathon is known to be a popular Comrades Marathon qualifier and always takes place on the last weekend of February. “It is going to be a weekend filled with fun activities for the whole family,” said race director John Hall at yesterday’s function at the Imperial Hotel. The marathon and half-marathon races are scheduled to start at 5.30 am on Sunday, with the 10 km event following at 9.30 am. The previous day features the two trail runs from 7.30 am and the “Marafun” for children from 2.30 pm, all starting at the Golden Horse.

Quality school  sporting  programmes  are  yielding  positive  results

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Carl Peters carl.peters@witness.co.za THE  role  that  quality  education  can  play  in  creating  well­groomed  young  stars,  not  only  for  the  commercial  and  indus­ trial  sectors,  but  also  the  sports  arena,  was  amply  highlighted  in  these  parts  over  the  past  week. During  this  busy  period  that  featured several  codes  involving  Midlands  sports  teams  and  spectators  cheering  their  fa­ vourites  at  professional  and  amateur  levels,  we  saw  spirited  canoeists  from  schools  in  the  region  put  brawn  and  brain  into  the  gruelling  FNB  Dusi  Canoe 

Marathon, and  their  cricket  counterparts  do  the  same  in  the  Coca­Cola  T20  Schools  Challenge  provincial  final  at  the  Pietermaritzburg  Oval. Epworth’s  tough  paddlers  were  par­ ticularly  successful  in  overcoming  chal­ lenges  along  the  120 km  route  of  the  Dusi  to  Durbs  from  Thursday  to  Satur­ day,  while  Hilton  College’s  lads  excelled  with  bat  and  ball  against  their  Clifton  rivals  in  the  cricket  showdown  last  Wednesday.  Indeed,  the  promotion  of  sport  at  these  highly  respected  institu­

tions as  part  of  “a  healthy  mind  in  a  healthy  body”  mantra  was  quite  evident  as  Epworth  paddlers  claimed  the  top  three  spots  in  the  junior  girls’  category  in  the  Dusi  and  also  fourth,  sixth  and  10th  in  the  women’s  race.  Moreover,  former  Epworth  pupils  Jordan  and  Cana  Peek  powered  their  way  to  the  women’s  crown.  In  similar  heat  at  the  Oval,  Hil­ ton’s  own  level  of  sports  education  was  on  display  as  some  of  their  teenagers  showed  wonderful  composure  in  an  em­ phatic  62­run  victory  over  Clifton,  which  secured  them  a  place  in  the  national  fi­ nals  of  the  schools  T20  competition  in  Pretoria  next  month.  All  these  pupils  have  reaped  rewards  for  hard  work  dur­ ing  school  lessons  and  their  efforts  tend  to  help  our  national  teams  at  some  point  in  the  future.

A consideration  here  is  that  pace  bowler  Lungi  Ngidi  recently  made  his  de­ but  for  the  Proteas  as  a  result  of  a  scholarship  he  had  taken  up  at  Hilton  and  his  school  before  that,  Highbury  Pre­ paratory  in  Hillcrest. There  are  millions  of  Ngidis  wishing for  better  days  in  sport  and  life  in  gener­ al,  but  are  hampered  by  lack  of  direc­ tion,  motivation  and  facilities  at  govern­ ment  schools.  They  are  basically  held  back  by  eco­ nomics,  which  is  why  those  teachers  who go  out  of  their  way  to  promote  sport  and  organise  teams  at  government  schools  need  to  be  applauded  alongside  those  who  dedicate  themselves  to  pro­ ducing  efficient  athletes  at  independent  schools.  All  these  men  and  women  don’t  have  to  be  told  that  their  work  leads  to 

a better  South  Africa  in  one  way  or  an­ other. Well  done  to  them  for  gritty,  Dusi­re­ lated  triumphs  or  simple  football  match­ es  played  on  bad  pitches  at  government  schools.    But  it  would  also  be  nice  for  some  of  the  richer  schools  to  not  only  provide  sports  scholarships  to  less­privi­ leged  children  but  also  create  outreach  programmes  where,  for  example,  sports  staff  from  their  schools  would  spend  a  few  hours  a  week  giving  instruction  at  poorer  schools,  and  teams  from  poorer  schools  would  be  allowed  to  use  the  fa­ cilities  at  richer  schools  for  so  many  hours  a  month. Finally,  we  invite  all  schools,  rich  and poor,  to  submit  articles  on  their  sports  activities  and  achievements  for  coverage  in  the  paper..


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Ndlovu honoured  to  be  PSL’s  player  of  the  month NONDUMISO  ZAKWE

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ARD-WORKING Maritzburg United midfielder Siphesihle Ndlovu was recognised for his efforts yesterday after a string of good performances in the Absa Premiership. He became the first player in the history of the Team of Choice to win a Player of the Month award, along with Orlando Pirates coach Miluton Sredojevic who was named the Coach of the Month for productivity during January. The 21year-old KwaMpumuza-born player has been an integral part of Maritzburg’s resurgence, as they currently find themselves in the top half of the Premiership standings with 31 points from 21 matches. He featured in all five outings in January, of which his team won three, lost one and drew one. A delighted Ndlovu said: “It is always good to win trophies when you work hard and you help the team to get points to achieve something. So, I feel really honoured and privileged to be chosen as the winner. “It means a lot for the fans and for us as a club, because I could not have done it alone.” He added: “It’s more special because we won most of the games in that month and we are in a good position on the log now. What’s more important is to win the games, and we try to win each and every game. We have to carry on now. I also have to thank the supporters, because they are always behind us, and the coaches for giving me the platform, as well as my team-mates.” Ndlovu scored his third goal of the season

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against AmaZulu at home last Friday. The Player and Coach of the Month awards were selected by a panel of judges made up of members of the broadcast media and football analysts. According to the judging panel, Ndlovu “completes his duties as a central midfielder with aplomb, possessing some commendable defensive qualities while most of his side’s attacking moves start through him.” The young player, who has five man of the match awards under his belt this season, beat inform Pirates winger Luvuyo Memela, Kaizer Chiefs defender Daniel Cardoso and Bidvest Wits captain Thulani Hlatshwayo to the honour. Maritzburg coach Davids was in contention for the coach’s award alongside Luc Eymael, Steve Komphela and Gavin Hunt. But it went to Pirates’ Serbian coach Sredojevic after he guided the Soweto giants to three wins out of four matches in January, with nine goals scored in those games. Their 3-1 win away to log leaders Mamelodi Sundowns was the highlight of that month, a result which also saw the team return to being title

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