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A number  of  reasons  to  celebrate 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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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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group of youth from Imbali have been left traumatised after witnessing one of their friends lose their life in front of them. Buyisile Sithole was one of the seven people who was run over by a car in Imbali Unit BB next to Izwilesizwe Primary School last Thursday evening. Buyisile died at the scene while others were injured and were rushed to Edendale and Northdale hospitals. She and her friends, including Ward 17 councillor Thamsanqa Sithole, were on their way to visit a bereaved family in the area ahead of the funeral when the accident happened. Sithole said that the community is still shocked by this accident. He told Echo that they had just finished collecting money which they were going to give to the grieving family when they saw a car driving at a high speed towards them.

“When we saw the speed the car was travelling at we got scared, but we thought that nothing was going to happen as we were not standing on the road but under a shelter on the pavement,” Sithole said. Sithole said that as the car got closer it seemed as if it was slowing down, but within a blink of an eye, they were run over. “It happened so fast that we could not even escape the car. Buyisile was crying asking for help and we ran to her and tried to help her. I ran home and fetched a car.When we tried to lift her up we realised that she was seriously injured. “We rushed to Mbalenhle Clinic to get an ambulance but there were no ambulances available. We later got a private ambulance that rushed to the scene to assist us. She survived for an hour but she later died at the scene while paramedics were busy trying to save her,” said Sithole. Sithole said that they are devastated by the death of Buyisile as she was very helpful in the community as

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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.

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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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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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she was an ANC volunteer. “We don’t want something like this to happen again in our area. We urge drivers not to drive in high speed and to be careful on the road, especially in residential areas. I am still shocked by the incident but as a leader, I have to be strong for the family and the community,” Sithole said that they are busy working together with the Msunduzi Municipality in getting counselling for those who were injured and those who are traumatised by the incident. It is still unclear if the driver of the car was arrested or not. Plessislaer Police Station Captain Musa Ntombela was not reached for comment at the time of going to print. A memorial service takes place on Friday next to Shosholoza Centre at 3pm.

We do not want something like this to happen again in our area. We want urge drivers not to drive in high speed and to be careful on the road, especially in residential areas. I am still shocked by the incident but as a leader, I have to be strong for the family and the community.

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our nurses, doctors and other staff members who were very enthusiastic to her heart. inclose assisting to keep our girls at school. “Many pharmacies are going way beyond “Copesville is a very impoverished their regular of Broncleer and they school whereselling we received reports of know why these the prodadolescent girlschildren who are arebuying sometimes uct, yettothey continue to sell it because they forced stay at home when they are don’t care and just want money,” menstruating because they said do Tamnot mie. access to sanitary pads.” have Tammie said she knew of many pharmaCopesville High School is also batcies, to andcurb even regular people who sell Brontling reckless sexual behavcleerwhich illegallysaw to youngsters. iour, at least 30 pupils fall“We need toinchallenge ing pregnant 2016. these people who think it’s okay to sell this toSister our young children Addressing pupils, Farzana without even second usage. I Pillay warned of the guessing dangerstheir of engagamin aware of many parents ing unprotected sex. who have come to me directly or indirectly to tell mesex hownot this “Engaging in unprotected cough syrupin has torn their lives said only results pregnancy, butapart,” you also Tammie. put yourself at risk of contracting sexusaid that they areThe finalising ally Tammie transmitted diseases. boy agreements with the local andhas the an mumay not necessarily tellpolice you he nicipality so that they hold a silent protest STD so you need tocan put yourself first throughout the neighbourhood to create the and think about how decisions you take today will impact on your future,” said Pillay. A Grade 11 teacher at the school,

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Nonhlanhla Malevu, said she hoped the information shared by the three awarenesswill that“hit this home” issue needs, order to partners for in pupils. address the usage and purchasing of “We have seen an alarmingBronincleer in what they are calling crease in pregnancies at#BcMustFall. the school, Ward 32 councillor said which is becoming theShaun norm.Adkins As teachthatwe Broncleer had ignited a social ers, are worried and hopecrisis ourwhich puhas will brought a deep concern the pils use about the information thatforwas community. shared with them to make wiser “This has especially affected the lives of choices.” ourGrade young adults with consequences 11 pupil Dimakatsothat are almostsaid irreparable,” said Adkins. Mona she was very grateAdkins that the matter needed ful for theadvised sanitary pads. more attention that itand should be a high “I live in aand shelter priority on the local this donation willgovernment make a agenda. “We regularly petition law enforcement huge difference. I am one to assist in clamping ofagencies the pupils who does down this epidemic,” Adkins. to Adkins, the not havesaid access to According sanipoor social infrastructure tary towels and I amsuch as sports stadiums and theforced lack of jobto creation has not alsometimes lowedschool for the because youth to find miss of self-expression vocation and from therefore, he fully supit.through I have friends ports families the initiative. poor who face the same dilemma every month too, and we are really grateful.”

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MALUNGU omphakathi waKwaZayeka eSweetwaters athi afuna ukwazi ukuthi yini ebambe ukuthi bakhelwe izindlu zemixhaso kanti abanye bafuna ukwazi ukuthi kungani izindlu zabo zakhiwa zangaqedwa. Lamalungu athi abhalisela izindlu zomxhaso eminyakeni engaphezu kweyi-10 eyedlule kodwa kuze kube yimanje akukho okulungayo. UNkk Sbongile Zimu uthe wabhalisa ngenyanga kaNhlolanja (February) wezi-2011 bamutshela ukuthi isicelo sakhe siphasile futhi uzoyithola indlu kodwa kuze kube yimanje akakaze ayithole. Uthe okumuxakayo ukuthi bonke abantu abhalisa nabo sebazithola izindlu kodwa yena wasalela ngaphandle. “Indodakazi yami isihambe yaze yaba mfishane igqigqela lona lolu daba lwendlu ehhovisini lenkampani eyakha izindlu i-Vulindlela Development Association (VDA). Manje sihleli asazi ukuthi senze njani ngoba labantu bathule abasho lutho asazi noma sisazokwakhelwa yini. Ibuhlungu lento eyenzekayo ngoba lendlu ngiyayidinga kakhulu. Ngihlala endlini enamagumi amathathu kodwa inkinga ukuthi nayo lendlu ingena imvula uma izulu linetha. Uma linetha siphoqeleka ukuba sisukume sime ngezinyawo sikhongozele imvula kuze kube iyadlula. “Indodakazi yami isize yayeka ukugqigqa kulama hhovisi ngoba bayitshela ukuthi bazofika kodwa sekuphele iminyaka bengafiki,” kubeka yena .

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Ward Ward 24 24 ANCYL ANCYL members members after after their their clean-up clean-up camcampaign paign last last Friday. Friday. PHOTO: PHOTO: SUPPLIED SUPPLIED

Ward 24 youth starts cleaning campaign LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@Media24.com

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HE African National Congress Youth League (ANCYL) of Ward 24 initiated a clean-up campaign last Friday where they identified areas under their ward that needed tidying up.

The youth started with cutting grass at Oribi and also launched a programme called “Leaders in Training” (Lit) which provides a platform for local small businesses in the ward to be registered on a database, creating exposure for their businesses. The information can be accessed at the ward councillor’s office. Fezile Mhlongo, who is the member

of ANCYL, told Echo that they started this campaign after experiencing problems with Msunduzi Municipality who had failed to trim verges and grassy areas. “We took the initiative and fundraised, and we managed to purchase four machines to use for grass cutting. This will be an ongoing campaign as we will continue to clean more places that

Zihlomule ngomfaniswano izikole zaseMbali LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com IZIKOLE ezintathu zaseMbali Unit 2 zihlomule ngomfaniswano nezinto zokuhlanza isikole ngoLwesibili olwedlule mhla zingama-24 kuMbasa (April). Izikole ezihlomulile kubalwa iNdabenhle Primary,iLungisile Primary neNansindlela Primary. Zonke lezi zikole zihlomule ngemufaniswano eyi-10, ama-mop amane nemishanelo emine, okunikelwe inkampani i-Satha Business Consultant ezinze ePlessislaer njengenye yezindlela zokubuyisela emphakathini. UNkk Futha Ngcobo oyibamba likathishanhloko kulesi sikole ubonge wanconcoza kulenkampani ngalomnikelo wathi uzolekelela kakhulu esikoleni. “Umfaniswano sizowuhlukanisela labo bafundi esibonayo ukuthi bayawudinga ngampela.

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fall under Ward 24. “As youth we decided that we can’t just sit and watch while our areas are filthy,” Mhlongo said. Regarding the Lit programme Mhlongo said: “We always see our youth roaming the streets, not knowing what to do because there are no jobs. “This is our way of trying to provide job opportunities. Anybody with

any kind of skill can register at the office of the councillor so that they can be put on the database. Once your name has been put on the database, if anyone under our ward wants someone with a specific skill, they are able to obtain it”. For more information regarding Lit contact, ANCYL Ward 24 secretary Mthobisi Khumalo on 071 603 4197.


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May 3, 2018

Uyathuthuka umculi weqgqomu waseMbali LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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Some of the elderly people who get help at Sivulizandla. her to do better. “We [Mnikazi and her husband] have donated land in our yard to build this centre. All we need now is assistance to make this dream come true. My house has become too small to accommodate so many people.” Martha Mbhense, who attends the

centre, said they are very grateful to Mnikazi and they hope she gets the help that she needs. “This [initiation of the centre] happened as a miracle but we are happy that it happened. When it started we never thought it would be such a success. I believe that God wants to do big

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IVULIZANDLA Community Care Centre in the Willowfontein KwaPhupha area is urging people to help so that they can be to build a proper house for the elderly in the area. The house will be used as a venue where all elderly people who need help will meet to discuss their issues and also get an opportunity to meet with nurses and social workers. Grace Mnikazi, who is the founder of this centre, told Echo that she has always used her five-room house as a meeting point. “I started this centre with six people in 2016 but now I have 150 people. We meet every Tuesday and Friday to discuss the issues that they [elderly] have and try to assist them. I even organise nurses and social workers to come to attend every month so that the elderly don’t have to go to clinics and wait in long queues for them for their medication. “I have always been fond of elderly people since I was young, that is why I decided to start this centre. I had nothing when I started but because I wanted to help, I tried my best even though it was not easy. I did not even have food to feed them. I would go and sell treats at the school in order to get money to buy bread for them to eat,” she said. Mnikazi, who sells food at Silwanetshe Primary School for a living, said seeing elderly people happy motivates

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Wayihabula ekolishi ipolitiki uSomlomo woMsunduzi JERRY BARNES CISHE ukuthi emilandweni eminingi yosopolitiki akuvamisile ukuthi umuntu afike emakolishi amadala okufundela ubuthishela (College of Education) eluhlaza cwe, engazi lutho kahle-hle ngezombusazwe kodwa aqede izifundo zakhe esehabule waze waphenduka isishovushovu somzabalazo. Owake waba yisekela leMeya kuMsunduzi Municipality nosopolitiki osehlonishwa kakhulu noselisebenzele igama lakhe elikhuphula kwezomzabalazo, futhi nongusomlomo (speaker) njengamanje kaMasipala uNkk Jabu Ngubo akakufihli lokho. Uthi ukuyoqeqeshelwa ubuthisha kulelikolishi lothisha lodumo laseMgungundlovu kwamvula amehlo, wahabula ipolitiki yangempela ngoba phela kwakukhona iziphekepheke ezase sivuthiwe nezazivela ezifundazweni ezehlukene zaseMzansi. Uma uhlwayisisa noma wenza ucwaningo ngomzabalazo waseMzansi, isikhathi esiningi kubalwa amanyuvesi afana no Fort Hare, Rhodes, Wits, Ongoye (ukubala nje ambalwa), kanye namanye aphesheya nalapho izinkakha zepolitiki zafunda khona. UComrade Jabu waya kofundela izifundo zobu-

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USomlomo womasipala uMsunduzi uNkk Jabu Ngubo. thishela eNdumiso (manje esibizwa ngeDUT Ndumiso Campus) ngonyaka ka 1991 kuya ku1993. “Ngifika eNdumiso njengomfundi omusha, ngangiphethe nje ipolitiki en-

cane engangiyithole ngakithi nasekhaya kodwa lapha ngathola izinkakha ezazichithekile ngempela ngomzabalazo. Amakhomanisi afana no Lamido

(Gugulethu-Eastern Cape), Thulani Mabizela no Zakhele Cele, babefana njengothisha bepolitiki kuthina. Mhlawumbe kukhona ababengazithandi ezomzabalazo kodwa lezikhokho zenza bazithanda,”kusho uNgubo. UNgubo uthi bona baba ngamalungu okuqala nqa enhlangano yabafundi eyayivutha bhe, iSouth African Student Congress (Sasco). Uthi kwiSasco kwakukhona izingwazi ezazikhuthele futhi zisebenza kanzima ezifana noMathokwane Hlabisa (Sobantu), Sphamandla Khumalo (current Msunduzi Municipality exco member) no Sazi Mbhele. “Abaphathi bekholiji babengafuni kuzwa lutho ngeSascoc, kodwa sabaphoqa baze basamukela ngenkani.” Uma ubheka indlela lomholi akhule ngayo futhi efana nje njengamanye amantombazanyana asemakhaya, kwakungekho okwakutshengisa ukuthi uyoze azenzele igama kwipolitiki. Amagama akhe angampela naphelele u Jabulisile Joyce Ngubo owazalelwa eSweetwaters ngo1964, May 16. Waqala ukufunda ababanga aphansi ezikoleni zomphakathi eBhekiziwe Primary School nase Sweetwaters Higher Primary School. UNgubo uthi isikole afunda kusona sokuqala usithanda kabi futhi uyasih-

lonipha kakhulu ngoba saqanjwa ngeNkosi eseyakhothama yendawo Inkosi Bhekizizwe Zondi. Emva kwamabanga amancane wabe eseya eLaduma High School ukuyoqhubeka ebabangeni aphakeme. Uthi kubuhlungu-ke ngeLaduma ngoba iningi labantu abazi ukuthi nayo futhi yaqanjwa ngenye yaMakhosi asakhothama amaMpumuza, Inkosi Laduma Zondi nongumkhulu walena ephethe manje uBaba iNkosi uNsikayezwe Zondi. “Ngaze ngaqeda khona eLaduma ibanga leshumi [matric] ngo 1984.” Uyavuma ukuthi ngalesosikhathi wayengakahabuli ngepolitiki kahle-hle futhi eyibukela kude. Uthi mhlawumbe inhlasane yepolitiki yayibonakala uma kunenkulumo mpikiswano esikoleni sakhe (debate). Lenkokheli ayifihli futhi ukuthi yakhula kabuhlungu nasemndenini ohluphekayo nowawubanjwe uMama wakhe uNtombikhona Ngubo kuphela. “Ekhaya kwakungemnandi ngakwezimali ngoba uBaba wadlula emhlabeni sisebancane kakhulu futhi angimazi, kodwa-ke isalukazi sethu sazama sisebenza emakhishini esilungwini. Noma kwakunzima kusinda kodwa uMama wazama wasikhulisa.”

Money buys everything NICOLA JONES

4 MAY 2018

“YOU see! I sent you to the right school after all!” No doubt hundreds of parents say this each year, but this comment, heard at the weekend, came after a narrow win by a first hockey side. The child to whom the remark was addressed, one assumes, initially wanted to attend our losing school, but the mother wanted otherwise, and used a sporting defeat as justification. Nothing wrong there — none of us is as God, after all. But after 15 years of watching schoolboy rugby at this particular private establishment, and nearly as many witnessing the throwing of coins by its pupils at the feet of our family of schoolboys, perhaps the time is right for a word about it all. Once, a parent threw cash notes on the ground, next to an injured child in our losing side, and suggested our school buy a new coach. I was so conflicted at the time between punching this hideous pretence for a father on the nose, and grabbing the cash and running, that the moment of retribution was lost. I suppose the overwhelming message being imparted to the Godly boys is that money buys everything, including players and coaches.The most important point is that One Wins, everything from schoolboy sports matches to getting away with murder. Consequences not so obvious, however, include the fact that many private schools at the moment are battling to field three teams per age group. So, of 120 pupils in a grade, 80 will choose to play hockey over rugby. And what about the pressure of encouraging all these boys to conform to the standards of capitalism, the prevailing economic order of the elite? If you question the school or the

parents about this, you question the fundamental values around which they have built their lives and on which their schooling system depends. Not comfortable. Where large numbers of schoolboys are now choosing not to play rugby, this isn’t surprising. I remember having an argument with a principal once about rugby being compulsory, and his argument was that for boys, it is a controlled way of finding outlets for natural aggression, and he had a point.That, however, was some 10 years ago, and times have changed. Now we have schools competing for players: kiddie professionals, getting paid for playing rugby at school. And the increased competitiveness of schoolboy rugby has resulted in these kids becoming bigger and stronger — one longitudinal study from 1968 to 2011 pegged the average body mass of players at Craven Week as having increased by 10 kg (6,6%). Of course, some of this weight increase can be attributed to resistance training, as all the “top rugby schools” have on-campus gyms. And one cannot argue that the heavier players have a competitive advantage, as numerous studies have shown that a disparity in body size may increase the risk of injury.Much more concerning, however, is the number of age group rugby players who have tested positive for anabolic steroids and stimulants in the past two years. Studies have painted a lurid picture of widespread abuse and the connivance in some instances of coaches and team-mates as well. Many schools adhere to random drug tests, but the blood tests are extremely expensive, and the average schoolboy appears to know all the finer points of manipulating urine tests. (I guess it shouldn’t be forgotten that

some steroid abuse among schoolboys is merely for them to look good — some 63% of schoolchildren admitting this in one survey.) Steroids, however, are expensive, as are legal supplements, and most abuse is consequently found at quintile 5 schools (the wealthy schools, including former Model C institutions). If you have the money, you can (literally and figuratively) grow. Small private schools and former Model C schools are different, in that many ordinary children with working parents who battle financially make enormous sacrifices to send their children to these schools, and the value systems are not necessarily the same. They can’t buy coaches and players to the same extent as they don’t have the capital resources to do so. But back to the Big Private Schools. One notable incident at a Johannesburg school fairly recently resulted in a new war cry by a BPS, which went thus: “It’s all right, it’s okay, we’ll have jobs for you one day”, on the occasion of them losing to a government school.I guess money even makes it okay to lose sometimes.Here in KZN this weekend, it was loud rap and “f**k my body” music from a small group of the opposition, wearing an astonishing array of strange hats and funky dark glasses, while their paler compatriots practised their cricket fielding skills by hurling loose change around. Our wing nearly got concussion from the rain of coins on his head at one point. Even the parents couldn’t resist the odd dig: a brilliant saved try at one stage elicited the comment: “It must have been a recessive gene”. I guess money makes it okay to be racist as well. If there ever was a bad advertisement for private school education, this would be it. • Nicola Jones heads research in the School of Arts at UKZN. She writes in her personal capacity.


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MY ECHO SOAPIES MUVHANGO Thursday, May 3 Azwindini cuts Rendani down to size. Brother Max fails to let Gugu in on his love life secrets. Ranthomeng is down on his knees begging Imani not to give up on their marriage.

biya during his disciplinary hearing. Wednesday, May 9 Benjamin tries to coerce Lincoln into securing him the position as CEO of SG. Sechaba tasks Lalage with finding out who at Bokamoso is abusing freebies when she stumbles onto Lerato’s unpaid bill. Anja and Wendy try to mediate peace between Hendrik and Lalage.

Friday, May 4 An altercation gets intense between Mulalo and Azwindini. Maureen witnesses a romantic dinner between Gugu and Brother Max. Ranthomeng stumbles upon Imani’s blog and he’s spooked.

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Friday, May 4 Cosmo fears for Tshidi’s safety. Lesedi is hurt to hear her friendship is no longer wanted. Namhla caves when her family is threatened and reveals all.

Tuesday, May 8 Hangwani is shocked to find Rendani lifeless on the floor. Gugu confronts Brother Max about his secrets and lies and she decides it’s enough. Meme invites Imani to speak at her women’s support group.

Monday, May 7 The Diales are very secretive about the arrangements they’re making. Gadaffi decides murder is the best punishment for betrayal. Nandi wakes up from her coma.

Wednesday, May 9 Foul play is suspected as Rendani fights for her life. Things take an unexpected turn when Gugu tells Brother Max to honour his promise. Imani’s meeting with the women’s support group has surprising consequences.

Tuesday, May 8 Lucy is choked up with emotion when she has to say goodbye to her ‘baby’. The big secret is finally revealed at S’khaftin Chicken. Zoe is furious when Jack blackmails her. Wednesday, May 9 Smanga is determined to go it alone. The siblings form an alliance to take down the enemy. Mrekza realises his game is up.

UZALO Thursday, May 3 MaNgcobo goes to her daughter for help in keeping her shady club funding from Nkunzi. Qhabanga continues to pursue Nosipho; and Zekhethelo struggles with her lowly status at the salon.

SCANDAL Thursday, May 3 A young man continues to ingratiate himself while having his own secret agenda. A pair conspires to trick someone close to them with a cheap tactic.

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Friday, May 4 A man faces an old rival and fears that his fate could be sealed. A son is secretly relieved when he learns something new about his father. Ndumiso receives a backhanded complimented from an unlikely source. Monday, May 7 A man’s missing memories provide hope for someone else. A fake email leads to a life changing decision. ‘Partners’ must reassess their partnership after a wild party.

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Friday, May 4 Kgothalo wants Benjamin to be on the same team as Lincoln. Paranoia gets the best of Gabriel after they survive dinner with Lincoln. Hendrik informs Sibiya he is out of options. Monday, May 7 Lincoln experiences something that puts

his life in grave danger. Morongwa receives the best news of her life. Sibiya and Makgorometsa have a huge fall out. Tuesday, May 8 Sechaba tells Benjamin that double crossing Lincoln is the worst thing he could have done. Lerato is all prima donna at the restaurant. Hendrik puts the fear of God in Si-

Tuesday, May 8 A man in hospital is desperate for answers, but will anyone come clean to him? A son reveals his truth to his parents, but one of them refuses to accept it. A teenager’s complaints fall on deaf ears, so he takes matters into his own hands. Wednesday, May 9 An attempt to cover up the truth leads to an intense confrontation. A family is divided over a young man’s truth. An ex-husband gets the wrong end of the stick about his former wife.

Thumela izaziso nezithombe zakho ku makhosandile.zulu@media24.com Send your notices to Echo or e-mail photos to makhosandile.zulu@media24.com •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka-Aphiwe Mncube owazalwa ngomhlaka 1 March 2004. Abazali uSindisiwe Mncube kanye noMuzi Gwala. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlakahle uMiss J.S Ndebele enombolweni ethi : 033 392 8604. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba-Nokwanda Kheswa owazalwa nomhlaka 18 May 2003. Onolwazi sicela axhumane nosonhlalakahle uMiss N.K Hlela enombolweni ethi : 033 392 8604. •Sicela ukufuniswa umama kaThandiswa Mncube owayehlala oThweba. Ubaba wakhe akasekho emhlabeni. Onolwazi sicela axhumane nosonhlalakahle uNd-

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Cut the ‘commissions’ paid to football bosses to fix SA’s game the sport, first involving former referee and TV analyst Andile “Ace” Ncobo and Jordaan, and now Khoza and Jordaan. But, why should there be so much bad blood between our administrators in light of SA football being so far from where it could be? Bafana Bafana’s shoddy world ranking at one level and the poor state of amateur football at another are clear examples of this massive room for improvement in the sport. With this being the case, you would think that people would be reluctant to run football and endure endless stress and sleepless nights. Moreover, shouldn’t Jordaan (66) and Khoza (70) be more concerned about going gently into retirement, having served the game, as well as the struggle for democracy, for so many years? This is clearly not on the agenda of either man. But one wonders whether this would still be the case if there were far fewer commissions

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T is sad and ominous for the “beautiful game” in this country that two of its most powerful officials, Danny Jordaan and Irvin Khoza, are seldom presented as brothers in arms in the news, when there’s still so much work to be done in the sport from the ground up. More often than not, the football community is served a negative or controversial article when both these ageing men are in it. The latest came a few days ago when SA Football Association (Safa)

president Jordaan accused Khoza, boss of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) and one of four vice-presidents at Safa, of trying to defame him by allegedly giving financial support to Jordaan’s rape accuser, Jennifer Ferguson. It is reported that investigations into the rape case and the counter charge of defamation are now on the go. So are plans for the next elections at Safa, which might help to explain this latest dose of political drama in

and kickbacks available to administrators. How it does not come across as unethical behaviour when officials earn commissions for responsibilities they should be taking care of anyway, like negotiating deals with broadcasters and corporates, boggles the mind. Considering that Jordaan, Khoza and a number of others have made millions from the game down the years, one can see the politicking going on for a long time unless the sport can find the guts to take a closer look at those nasty commissions. By seriously restructuring them, reducing first-class travel and accommodation, and limiting access to paid-for overseas conferences, we could end up with administrators who are genuinely focused on correcting the game rather than ones who keep eyeing “top dollar” while trying to get the sport going. Meanwhile, KwaZulu-Natal foot-

ball lost one its big servants when Bheka Phakathi passed away in a car accident on Saturday night at the age of 43. As Golden Arrows chairperson Mato Madlala fondly recalled this week, Phakathi was among a group of young soccerites from Lamontville, south of Durban, who helped Arrows become members of the First Division and then the Premier League by asking former Arrows boss Rocky Madlala to form a club and give them something to do. Phakathi was an impressive midfield strong-man for Arrows before moving to Pirates and then, near the end of his playing career, Maritzburg United, before he joined the coaching fraternity. His premature death came shortly after another Arrows man had been involved in a major car accident, suggesting our football guys need to take more care on the roads.

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