Page 1

Integrity, Respect,  Accountability,  Courage

@ Echo KZN

neil.tapinos@expressmedia.co.za

Hillcrest Fever According to the editorial policy of the Hillcrest Fever, readers are invited to comment about the newspaper’s contents, and significant errors will be corrected as soon as possible. Please send information about correc­ tion  of  mistakes  in  the  newspaper  to  the  ombudsman  of  Media24’s Community Press, George Claassen, at george.claassen@media24.com or call him at 021 8513232 or 083 543 2471. Readers can also complain about  the  contents  to  the  South  African  Press  Ombudsman.  In  that case,  please  phone  011 788 4829  of  788 4837,  send  a  fax  to 011 788 4990  or  e­mail  to  press­ombudsman@ombudsman.org.za

KZN LOCAL NEWS July to  September  2014:  19950

maritzburg This week ONLINE

CONTACT US

FEVER

OMBUDSMAN

6

CLASSIFIEDS ADS:  Lynne Mathiesen: 031 533 7601 lynne.mathiesen@media24.com

EDITOR: Valene Govender valene.govender@media24.com REPORTER:  Kalisha Naicker kalisha@media24.com

PRINTING: Paarl Coldset, PMB. COPYRIGHT: Copyright of all editorial, advertising layout,  design and photographs is vested in Hill­ crest Fever and may not be used without  the permission of Media24 News in writing.  DISTRIBUTION: For all distribution queries, please contact  Mpume Sithole at 031 533 7614

SALES REP: Sarah Brauns: 0836574427 sarah.brauns@media24.com Debbie Williams debbie.williams@media24.com

PMB Echo

EDITORIAL COMMENT

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

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. 

ECHO www.hillcrestfever.co.za

News

-Don’t be a victim of crime this festive season - Christmas centrepieces kids can make -Think when buying a Christmas gift -Mobile hospitals roll out -KZN’s tight security plans -Measles sweeps across South Africa

Have a  safe  and  blessed  festive  season

Picture Galleries

Events

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

Submit YOUR stories and pictures on our homepage

Hillcrest Fever

@HillcrestFever

Celebrating all moms

LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

O

PHOTO: BYRONE ATHMAN

RE V I V E

WESILISA waKwaDambuza ushaywe wabulawa umphakathi ngoLwebili mhlaka-8 kuNhlaba (May) ngemuva kokusolakala ukuthi uphuce owesifazane umakhalekhukhwini endaweni yaseMbali Unit 3. UMnuz Sphamandla Ngcobo (26) ushonele endaweni yesigameko ngemuva kokushaywa kanzima ekhanda ngamatshe nezinsimbi. UMnuz Ngcobo ushaywe kwaqeda kwashiywa isidumbu sakhe sidindilizile sinqunu khona kulendawo. Ngokuthola kwe- Echo ngomthombo wayo ohlala kule ndawo uMnuz Ngcobo ubefunwa phansi phezulu kusukela ekuseni ngosuku lwesigameko ngemuva kokuphutshuka kwezindaba zokuthi ubambe owesifazane waseMaqeleni inkunzi wamuphuca umakhalekhukhwini ekuseni ngoLwesibili. “Umphakathi ubulokhu umfuna wabaleka wacasha ngaphansi kwetafula komunye umuzi khona eMbali Unit 3. Umnikazi womuzi uthe mayengena endlini ebona umufi wabe esememeza ethuswa yilomuntu osendlini. Yilapho-ke umphakathi umthole khona wabe usumthatha uyomshayela ngasemgwaqeni omkhulu wakuyo le ndawo,” kubeka wona. Ngesikhathi i-Echo ifika endaweni yesigameko ifice isidumbu sikaMnuz Ngcobo sisadindilizile eduze komgwaqo simbozwe ngendwangu yetafula. Amalungu omphakathi okusolwa

®

HERBAL HEALTH

SOLVE YOUR HEALTH PROBLEMS!!! Revive Herbal Health Products saved my life! Treating Arthritis, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS, Mens Sexual Problems, Prostate Woman’s Problems, Stroke, High Blood Pressure, Wounds that don’t heal, Skin Problems, Epilepsy, Infertility… and many more. Burn victim Before

After 1 week

Various tyles yas we enter 2015 own challenges this year, Sty but we renew ourVarious pledge to you to do our verySizes best Colours to continue to be the most accurate, fair and balanced 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

5-11

Ushaywe washona osolwa ngokubamba inkunzi

Become a CITIZEN JOURNALIST

Mbali Motsoeneng and her son Thabang from Irene’s Models share a moment at the KZN Botanical Gardens ahead of Mother’s Day on Sunday. The Maritzburg Echo wishes all the moms a happy Mother’s Day.

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

10 May 2018

Your 24/7 local connection FREE -Tis the season to be giving -Launch of Talk Sign 2015 -Maynards Beach Festival -KZN Music Imbizo

483 Church Street Tel: 033 342 2466 www.modwayshoes.com

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.

Fast Acting Natural Products to treat all illness

Ngibizwe umfowabo kamufi ethi angizobona uSpha sebemshayile akazi noma ushonile noma uqulekile. Ngishiye yonke into ngaphuthuma endaweni yesigameko ngafika eseseshonile. Ubehlupha yena impela siyamazi kodwa besingekho isidingo sokuthi abulawe ngalesi sihluku abulawe ngaso. Ngeke size simphikele ngezenzo zakhe ezimbi ngoba besihleli sibikelwa njalo ngemikhuba yakhe. ukuthi yiwona amushayile abengasabonwa nangokhalo kodwa bese kukhona malungu omndeni nama phoyisa. UNks Winnie Ngcobo ongu-anti naMnuz Ngcobo utshele i-Echo ukuthi ubesekhaya ngesikhathi ebikelwa ngalesi sigameko. Uthe bewumndeni baphathe kabi kakhulu ngalesi sigameko futhi bafisa ukuthola izimpendulo zokuthi kungani indodana yabo ibulewe. “Ngibizwe umfowabo kamufi ethi angizobona uSpha sebemshayile akazi noma ushonile noma uqulekile yini. Ngishiye yonke into ngaphuthuma endaweni yesigameko kodwa ngafika es-

eseshonile. Ubehlupha yena impela siyamazi kodwa besingekho isidingo sokuthi abulawe ngalesi sihluku abulawe ngaso. Ngeke size simphikele ngezenzo zakhe ezimbi ngoba besihleli sibikelwa njalo ngemikhuba yakhe. Okusixakayo ngayo yonke lento nokusiphatha kabi ukuthi kuthiwa ubambe inkunzi owesifazane umakhalekhukhwini kodwa lowo makhalekhukhwini awuzange utholakale kuyena uma eseshayiwe. Ngisho izimpahla zakhe bezingekho asizazi ukuthi zishonephi njengoba simthole esenqunu nje. Siyafisa ukuyithola lentombazane ekuthiwa ibanjwe inkunzi ukuze izosichazela kahle ukuthi kusukephi kuze kufike ekutheni aze abulawe. Mhlawumbe lokho kuzosisiza ukuze sithobeke amanxeba,” kubeka yena Uqhube wathi bekungaba ngcono ukube indodana yabo ayibulawanga kodwa inikelwe emaphoyiseni. “Akekho umuntu ongathanda ukubona ingane yakhe ibulawa ngalolu hlobo ekubulawe ngalo uSpha. Siyafisa ukuthi sithole izimpendulo nomthetho futhi udlale indima yawo. “ Okhulumela amaphoyisa esiteshini i-Plessislaer uKapteni Musa Ntombela usiqinisekisile isigameko wathi amaphoyisa aphenya icala lokubulala. “Akukho muntu oseboshiwe ngalesi sigameko kulandela ukushaywa kubulawe owesilisa eMbali Unit 3 nokusolwa ukuthi ushaywe umphakathi. “Utholwe elimele kanzima ekhanda futhi nezingalo zakhe zombili bezephukile,” kubeka uKapteni Ntombela.

FULL BODY HEALTH SCAN Discover hidden illness

Check all body systems Identify problems

ONLY

R100

Detailed explanation given

Comprehensive printed report FULL TREATMENT AVAILABLE Pmb: 13 Laager Center, 0760714427. Pmb:Casbro Center, Shop7,121 Retief St. 0764300478. Pmb: Edendale Crossing, Shop 10, at the entrance to Rhino. Pinetown: Kiosk 10, Hill St. Mall, 0718972390. Verulam: 78 Wick Street (inside Mollys) 0837733984 Dbn: Shop27, 1st floor, City Gate Center, 140 Joe Slovo (Field)Street , Next to Shell Garage. 076 071 4427

FRANCHISE OPPORTUNITIES 076 071 4427


2

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

CRISIS

16 March  2017

NEWS

maritzburg

Ambulance: Fire Brigade: Traffic  Mpimpa  Hotline: 911  Control  Centre,  PMB: Lifeline  (24hrs): Rape  Crisis:

CONTACT ECHO ECHO

2

CONTACT ECHO TELEPHONE: 033 355 1358/033 355 1329

ESSENTIAL NUMBERS

10 177 080  003  3911 086  221  1011 033  391  1911 033  394  4444 033  394  4444

Aids Help: 033  394  4444 Aids  Hotline  (tollfree): 080  001  2322 Gift  of  the  Givers  Careline: 033  342  2239/080  078  6786 Alcoholics  Anon: 086  143  5722  or  033  345  6795 Famsa: 033  342  4945 Childline: 080  005  5555 Forest  Fires: 033  330  8421 Safe  City  report  crime  via  SMS: 083  767  7233 SPCA: 033  386  9267

MUNICIPAL

TELEPHONE033 355  1247 EDITOR: Candyce.Krishna@media24.com EDITORnews@myecho.co.za PUBLISHER: justin.watson@media24.com CLASSIFIEDS033  355 1343 1343 CLASSIFIEDS: 033 355 REPORTERnokulungan@myecho.co.za REPORTER: Lethiwe.Makhanya@media24.com POST: PO  PO Box PMB, 3200 POST  Box 362, 362,  PMB,  3200 COMPLAINTS: 033 1358 COMPLAINTS  033 355 346  2156

Water: 080 000  1868/033  392  2128 Electricity: 033  392  5098/5096/5029 Afterhours  number: 033  392  5098 Traffic  lights: 033  392  2205 Roads  (drains,  damage): 033  392  2047  or  033  392  2059

EMERGENCY CHEMISTS: Scottsville: Central: Northdale:

033 386  1029 033  342  1200/(a/h)  033  346  0550 033  387  1681

Copesville Umashele pupils  emzini wekhansela receive  sanitary  pads Umphakathi waKwaPata LETHIWE MAKHANYA NOKUTHULA  KHANYILE >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

>>nokuthula.khanyile@media24.com

Z G

IYANDA izinkinga phakathi kwekhanIRLS at Copesville High willGamnot sela le ndawo uMnuz Nkosinathi to miss school during their bu,have nomphakathi waKwaPata njengo“monthlies” due to not having ba lo mphakathi umashele emzini walo uysanitary pads after a donation by ofuna izimpendulo zokuthi kungani Community Chest, in partnership with kuhlehliswe umhlangano wokudingidwa Netcare St Anne’s Hospital through udaba lokumiswa kokwakhiwa kwezindlu the Young Lady With Heart project last kule ndawo. Friday. Lo mhlangano bekufanele ube ehholo This year the project was dedicated lomphakathi to collectingkulendawo sanitary ngoLwesithathu towels for local olwedlule mhlaka -3 kuNhlaba (May) ngo-5 high schools because adolescent girls ntambama kodwa are forced to misswagcina schooluhlehlisiwe. because they Amalungu omphakathi abehlangene don’t have sanitary pads. ehholo umbhejazane Theavuke three partners amashela donated em500 zini wekhansela ethisisters ayofunafrom izimpendulo. sanitary pads and Netcare Ngokuthola kwe-Echo ngomthombo St Anne’s gave educational talks on wayo owawukhona uthe transmitinto eyadipersonal hygiene,ehholo sexually na umphakathi ukuthi umhlangano wahted diseases and teenage pregnancies. lehliswa sekusele imizuzu eyi-10 kuphela Netcare St Anne’s Hospital marketukuthi uqale Shubnum futhi kwakungekho ing officer Ismailmuntu said the pads were collected from hospital staff. “We collected over 1 000 pads from

owayephuma kwaMasipala uMsunduzi, abour nurses, doctorsebeyakha and other staff aphuma enkampanini lezi zindlu members who were very enthusiastic i-Fairfield kanti nalo ikhansela bathi belingin assisting to keep our girls at school. abonwa nangokhalo. “Copesville is a very impoverished Uthe : “Umqhafazo wathunyelwa kuschool where we received reports of malungu ekomidi lokwakhiwa kwalezi zinadolescent girls who are sometimes dlu kuthiwa umhlangano uyahlehla kwanforced to stay at home when they are gashiwo ngisho izizathu. menstruating because they do not “Amanye amalungu omphakathi ayesehave access to sanitary pads.” fikile ehholo ngesikhathi kuthunyelwa Copesville High School is also batumyalezo wokuhlehla komhlangano kwikotling to curb reckless sexual behavmidi lohlelo kwezindlu. iour, whichlokwakhiwa saw at least 30 pupils fallnini ukuthi ing “Kwakuthiwa pregnant inalimemezele 2016. umhlangano uhlehlile? Addressing pupils, Sister Farzana “Umhlangano ikhansela Pillay warned ofwawubizwe the dangers of engagkodwa wawuvela ing in umyalezo unprotected sex. kumsebenzi wakwamasipala nokwathi uma efonelwa “Engaging in unprotected sex not ebuzwa ukuthiinkungani umhlangano uhlehonly results pregnancy, but you also lile wavele woma insini ukuthi put yourself at risk of wasitshele contracting sexuasibuze ikhansela nesathi uma silifonela ally transmitted diseases. The boy umakhalekhukwini walotell wakhala may not necessarily you hewangabhas an anjwa,” umthombo. STD sokubeka you need to put yourself first ngaleziyou andUMnuz thinkGambu aboutuziphendulele how decisions take today will impact on your future,” said Pillay. A Grade 11 teacher at the school,

May 10, 2018

zinsolo wathi amalungu omphakathi azisNonhlanhla Malevu, said she hoped wa kusanesikhathi ngokuhlehla komhlanthe information shared by the three gano futhi umhlangano wawungabizwanga partners uyena. will “hit home” for pupils. “We have seen an alarming in“Umhlangano wawuhlanganise crease in pregnancies at the school, uMnyango wezokuHlaliswa kwaBantu, inkwhich is becoming the norm. As teachampani eyakha izindlu, uMasipala uMsuners, we are worried and hope our puduzi kanye nami njengekhansela. pils will use the information that was “Ukuhlehliswa kwawo kulandela ukuthi shared with them to make wiser inkampani lena eyakha izindlu ithe ngeke choices.” ize Grade ikwazi ukunikeza zonke izimpendulo eza11 pupil Dimakatso zifunwesaid umphakathi Mona she wasngaphambilini very grate- mayelanafor nohlelo lokwakhiwa kwezindlu. ful the sanitary pads. “Inkampani isithembisa “I live in ayabe shelter and ukuthi izokwazi ukunikeza kahle zonke this donation will make a izimpendulo ngomhla ka -12 kuNhlaba (May) nokuyikohuge difference. I am one nathe okwenza ukuthi umhlangaof pupils whokuhlehliswe does no. have access to saninot sikwazi ukuqhubeka tary“Sasingeke towels and I am nomhlangano ngoba sometimes forcedsithitosifuna ukuyobatshela ukuthi ngeke baze bamiss schoolizimpendulo because of zithole kodwa bazozithola it. I have friends fromemhlanganweni olandelayo. poor families who face the same dilemma every month too, and we are really grateful.”

“Imiqhafazo ithunyelwe kusanesikhathi kwikomidi ukuze lizokwazisa umphakathi ngokuhlehla komhlangano,” kubeka yena. Uqhube wathi ngosuku okwakumele kube nomhlangano wezwa kuthiwa umphakathi uhlangene ehholo kodwa wathi uma efika wezwa sekuthiwa umphakathi uhambile waya emzini wakhe. “Ngahamba ngaya khona ehholo kodwa ngafika sekuthiwa umphakathi usuhambile uthe uya emzini wami. “Ngabe sengiphuthuma ekhaya nami ngithi ngiyovikela umndeni wami ngoba ngangingazi ukuthi umphakathi uzokwenzani. “Ngesikhathi ngisendleleni eya ekhaya ngadlula amalungu omphakathi endleleni etoyitoya eya emzini wami amanye ephethe izibhamu ngezandla. “Kwabe sekufika abanye ozakwethu beza ekhaya bezoqapha isimo. “Ngesikhathi umphakathi ufikile wasabisa ngokubulala amawindi ezimoto zalabo

Copesville High  School Grade  11  pupil  Dimakatso  Mona. PHOTO:  NOKUTHULA KHANYILE

ababegade emzini wami. “Abanikazi bezimoto babe sebesuka beya ezimotweni zabo bethi bayovimba umphakathi ukuba ungazilimazi izimoto. “Kwenzeka konke lokhu nje mina ngimile emzini wami. “Emva kwalokho ngabona sekubanjwana ngezandla sekuliwa, ngezwa sekuqhuma nesibhamu kathathu umphakathi wabe usuyahlakazeka.” Emva kwalesi sigameko kubikwa ukuthi kunowesilisa owalimala onyaweni ngemuva kokudubuleka futhi kunowesifazane owashayiswa yimoto ngesikhathi kunesiphithiphithi kubalekwa. Lo wesilisa kuthiwa waphuthunyiswa esibhedlela i-Edendale nalapho afika alashwa khona wafakwa ukhonkolo wabe eseyadedelwa. Okhulumela amaphoyisa esiteshini iPlessislaer uKapteni Musa Ntombela akatholakalanga ngesikhathi sokushicilela.

JANOOS WHOLESALERS Where Prices Make You Smile 551 Church Street

Pietermartizburg | Tel: 033 394 2780 | Fax: 033 345 2785 PRICES VALID FROM 10 MAY 2018 TO 16 MAY 2018

Memory Foam Carpets

MOTHERS DAY SPECIALS Quality Fish Pots

Winter Scarf

Fur Long Leg Warmers

R599

Shop 32-35, Hero Plaza, MANCHESTER RD PMB TEL: 033 811 5082 • Cell 083 574 4790 • email rishaad.jooma2013@gmail.com • Open This Sunday - 9 am-3 pm

 MOTHERS DAY SPECIAL  LADIES HANDBAGS FROM

R29

99*

Each

8-Piece Manicure Set

Winter Gloves

Now

R120

3PC HANDBAGS

TILES * MOSAICS *R3 TAPS * SANWARE * SHOWERS * ACCESSORIES 99 * BATHWARE R1500 R2499 TV/MINK BLANKET IDEAL GIFT

per pair

Each

2 pc Bathroom Mat Set

“NEW” Purse Organiser

R70

R110

Ladies Long Socks

Kiddies & Adults Slippers Assorted Colours & Sizes

Assorted Prints & Colours Plain

Ivory Nano Porcelain

99 00 R45 R89.90 m2, R14 Each

Box R129.46 Energy Saver Globes Crystal Clear Ashtray (Pin and Screw tyype))

3 Pairs

R1499 Quality Adult Diapers M, L, XL pack of 10’s

R45

00

Quality White Sauce & Dip Bowls

R599Each Quality Household Soft Broom

R6499

R199

Each

Quality Grass Broom

Mop (300g) with Strong Metal Grip

Pvc Ceiling from

R50.00

R1

00

Each

Stainless Steel Auto Kettle

p/length

R9 Each R5

3.9mx250mm 99 99 Each

Catering White Bowls

99 R16Each

White Dinner Plates 10.5 inch

ExCLuSIVE SHAwLS juST uNPACKED

per pair

7PC wATER SET

R1499

wINTER SLIPPERS INDOOR SPECIAL

THROwS (ASSORTED COLOuR) was R200

R60

Each

Assorted Colours

wATCHES IN GIFT BOx

GIFT PACK 3PC TOwEL (BATH SHEET)

wINTER STRIPE SCARVES 12’S ASSORTED COLOuRS IN PACK

m2 (JUST R70 ARRIVED)

Box R158.46

R110

2 for

R50 5PC COMFORTER (DOuBLE) wHILE STOCK LAST

3PC COMFORTER

4KG (MINK BLANKET) HEAVy ASSORTED COLOuRS IN STOCK

R10 each GOOD QUALITY

LEGGING /STOCKING SCHOOL KIDS

R30.00 p/length

HEATERS juST ARRIVED

“OUR PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCED STAFF00 WILL ASSIST IN 00 99 99

R120

STRIPE BEANIES PLAIN COLOuR BEANIES IN STOCK (FOR SCHOOL) FROM

R5

R35

wINTER LONG SOCKS (ASSORTED PRINTS)

King

R130

Mosaic from R200

R29.90

p/sheet GLOVES (PLAIN COLOuRS ALSO AVAILABLE) FROM

R10 wOODEN IRONING BOARD VERy STRONG

R120

R10 each

NEw wINTER HATS juST wINTER ARRIVED FROM FLEECE YOUR DREAM DESIGNING SCARVES

MP3 BLuE TOOTH MODuLATOR

HOME”

R4 PICTURES ARE FOR R9ILLUSTRATIONR125 R65 PURPOSES ONLY AND MAY VARY FROM ACTUAL PRODUCT E&OE R10 each PIETERMARITZBURG: 371 Victoria Road (Opposite Save Hyper), Phone: 033R25342 0471 Each

Each

ADuLTS

R25

R100 Queen

TwISTED SCARVES

 FOR ALL THE TEA + COFFEE LOVERS 

Dbl

Cornice fromR125

R50

R59.90

12 CuP NON-STICK R109.90 m2, MuFFIN PAN

3mt

Box of 48 Hi Ball Tuumblers

NEw ARRIVAL 2 LT wHISTLING KETTLE STAINLESS STEEL

Floor Tiles 300x300 from

Nano Patterned R50 Porcelain from

Quality Extension Cords (Good Deal))

R1899 5mt R2499 15mt R5000 20mt R6000

R40

R70

R60

BUY NOW Phone AND036 SAVE ON THESE55GREAT WINTER NEWCASTLE: 15 Murichison Street, Shop 3 Midas Mall, Next to Midas, Phone: 034 312 2326 • LADYSMITH: 58 Lyell Street, Ladysmith, 637 8610 • ESTCOURT: Harding Street, Phone: 036OFFERS 352 7353

TElESAlES RISHAAD JOOmA 083 656 4053


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 10, 2018

3

NEWS

450 Church Street PMB Tel: (033) 345 3130 shoe + bagg

MEC for Transport Mxolisi Kaunda (left) and Msunduzi Mayor Themba Njilo leading the peace walk in Dambuza on Tuesday.

K

WAZULU-NATAL MEC for Transport,Community Safety and Liaison Mxolisi Kaunda has urged Pietermaritzburg South Cluster Commander Major-General Phumelele Makhoba to deploy a task team to investigate all unresolved cases in Dambuza so that criminals can be arrested. Kaunda was speaking at the launch of the anti-crime programme in Dambuza on Tuesday.

He said people deserve to live happily without having to worry about criminals still roaming the streets. “This is just the beginning. Today we just want to pass a message to all criminals out there that we are coming for them. There will be no place to hide now. We have heard that there are people who sell drugs in this area [Dambuza] and rob workers on their way to work in the mornings. As from today that will stop ... you can not commit a crime and walk free. “If there is any community member who opened a case but was never re-

solved or the perpetrator was not caught, I urge you to go back to the police station where you opened the case, we are going to re-investigate that case. If there are witnesses for those cases as well, they must come forward and speak to the police so that we can arrest criminals,” he said. Kaunda said when he returns to Dambuza, he wants to host a big community meeting there to get more people involved in fighting crime. “Members of the public know who are the criminals, they even know their

commuters and the economy. They also divert the attention and stretch the resources of the police, who instead of focusing on fighting crime, have to manage public protests. “As government, we are concerned about the recent spate of violent and illegal public protests in the province. In the last financial year alone, we have had approximately 530 protests. We anticipate that these protests will increase ahead of the 2019 general elections,” he said. Kaunda, who was tabling the department’s budget at the legislature yesterday, said the committee would receive reports on service delivery protests, labour unrest, land

A task team to monitor public protest hotspots in the province has been formed as the Department of Community Safety gears up for increased protests in the run-up to next year’s election. MEC Mxolisi Kaunda said the provincial cabinet had formed the technical committee on public protests to be led by his department. “Unfortunately, the majority of protests in the province do not adhere to the provisions of this act [Gatherings Act of 1993], and have adverse repercussions for our communities,

names. You must report them to the police. They must also report the police officers who work with criminals, yet hide under police [the] uniform.” He also urged women not to tolerate abuse and break the silence. Msunduzi mayor Themba Njilo who was also a part of the peace walk said he is very happy that such a programme was launched in Msunduzi. “This programme will help us to fight not only crime, but drugs as well. We have a big problem of drugs in this area. If we work together, we can put a stop to it.”

invasions, interference with construction projects and critical infrastructure, public transport instability, instability at institutions of learning and faction fights. He said the department would work with the multi-party political intervention committee to address political intolerance in areas identified. Inkatha Freedom Party MPL Blessed Gwala said they were concerned about the lack of equipment and resources in the SAPS. “Without the proper equipment and resources at their disposal, we cannot expect members of the SAPS to perform their duties at anything like an optimal level.”

OPEL CORSA BONNET, FENDERS, DOORS, MIRRORS, FENDERS ARCHES, BUMPERS, GRILL PETROL FLAPS, KEY LOCK SETS, IGNITION, HANDLES, WIPER MOTORS, WIPER LINKAGE, TAILGATE, HEADLIGHT, TAIL LIGHTS, RADIATORS

AUTO BODY SUPPLIES

PH 033 345 2326 Discount Store 407 GREYLING STR PMBURG

48’s Tumblers

R12500 Steam Iron

R8000

R7500 Heater 3-Bar

R13000

R37

sinu-Flu 20’s

R18 R60

Corenza C 10’s

allergex syrup 100ml

WHY PAY MORE? GELACID R SAVE

EA

.45

R5

R

100ml

R25

Similar Si il tto ‘Gaviscon’ ‘G VAPOR

INHALER

14

R655.75

SAVE

SAVE

R20

each

Similar milar to ‘Vicks Vicks Inhaler’

30 3

660’s

R80

Similar Si il to ‘Scorbex’

14

50ml

R15

Similar Si il tto ‘Vicks’

SPIRULINA

95

R SAVE

90

R50

SOFLAX

Laxative Tablets

R SAVE

114

20’s

R14

Similar Si il tto ‘Sinutab’ ‘

TRADITIONAL AFRICAN MEDICINES Moringa 1 for R50

2 FOR R

80

Maz protector 1 for R210

2 FOR R

350

SAVE R70

obee’s 1 for R120

2 FOR R

2 FOR R

SAVE R20

SAVE R40

organiMune

200

cd plus

1 for R83

1 for R70

2 FOR R

2 FOR R

SAVE R31

SAVE R30

135

COLUMNS

VEST

49

280

EA

R36 R10

rinex paed 100ml

1 for R152

Chaffing Dish

Double Stove

benylin 4 Flu 100ml

SAVE R20

R15.15 R28 .25

R195

prompt relief from Muscle pain & tension with variable speed Massages

ubhoko 1lt

Shop 1, Edendale Crossing Mall Tel: 033 398 555

R21900

With inFrared light

R

WHOLESALERS/DISCOUNT WORLD • SAbS AppROvED

R6000

vibrating Massager

Wonder beans

SAVE

HASMANI

Electric Kettle

R40 40’s

500mg

Is the best!

3 DAYS SPECIALS

Mixture 100ml R9 Tea 20’s R30 tonic 100ml R16

VITAMIN C

Getting more for less

Chota Motala Road (491 Church Street) Pietermaritzburg Tel: 033 342 7651

sliMcut sliMMing capsules

FOR COLDs/ FLU!!!

Govt prepares for more protests SABELO NSELE

For bile/ inYongo

R85

For 101 illnesses

Kaunda urges Dambuza to fight crime >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

Med-e-Mune

R30 150g

PHOTO: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

LETHIWE MAKHANYA

R680

110

revive blood pressure ngoMa aloe vera

EA

1 for R42

1 for R33

2 FOR R

2 FOR R

SAVE R14

SAVE R12

70

54

ATM INSTORE • While Stocks Last!


4

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

Fences for busy freeways in Maritzburg

Teachers picket over unpaid salaries

Members of Natu outside KwaZulu-Natal Legislature last Thursday. PHOTO: BENGS NKOSI

LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

W

HILE the Minister of Education in KwaZulu-Natal Mthandeni Dlungwane was delivering his budget speech for 2018/19 at the provincial legislature last Thursday, Grade R teachers were picketing outside over unpaid salaries. Teachers under the unions National Teacher’s Union (Natu) and South African Democratic Teacher’s Union (Sadtu) said that they have not been paid for the month of April and they have not received their sal-

ary increment for 2017. They [teachers] said that the department was supposed to increase their salary by R1 250 in April last year but that never happened. Natu Vice president Nkululeko Ngcobo told Echo that Grade R teachers usually get paid at the month end. “When staff did not receive their salaries on April 30, we thought they’ll receive it the following day or on May 2 but that too never happened. How are they supposed to pay their bills and feed their families? Dlungwane continued with his day as usual and

went to deliver a budget speech like nothing happened. Even during his budget speech he only mentioned last year’s increment. What about the increment for this year because this is the new financial year?” Ngcobo asked. Ngcobo said that they have been contacting the department [education] enquiring about the increment since last year but nothing has come out of it. “The department told us they will backpay all the teachers from April last year, but they have been waiting since then. If they [department] don’t solve this problem soon

May 10, 2018

we are going to take this matter to the next level. This was just a peaceful picketing to pass a message to the department.”Ngcobo also accused the department for spending lots of money on sanitary towels in schools instead of giving the teachers an increment. Department of education spokesperson Sicelo Khuzwayo said that they have spoken to workers and more than 50% of them have been paid. “Those who have not yet received their salaries they will get it soon. We are experiencing problems with our systems.”

IN an effort to prevent the further unnecessary loss of lives, vandal-proof fences are being erected at additional vulnerable sections of the N3 and N2 in KwaZulu-Natal. Pedestrians are hit by vehicles when they attempt to cross freeways instead of using overhead bridges in the vicinity. The South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) is presently erecting fencing between Chota Motala Bridge and Chatterton Rd on the N3 Pietermaritzburg bypass. Fencing is also being erected over a 2 kilometre section of the N3 at Cliffdale and a 2 km section of the N2 at Kwa Mashu. SANRAL has previously erected fences on the N3 in the vicinity of the Mariannhill Toll Plaza to prevent hawkers from gaining access to the toll. Fences have also been erected on the N3 Pietermaritzburg Bypass in the median between Chota Motala Bridge and Ohrtmann Road and in the median opposite the BP Oasis service station at Cato Ridge. Bruno Cullen, SANRAL Eastern Region project manager,said pedestrians vandalised the fencing material that had previously been used along certain sections to prevent them from crossing the busy highway. “We have experimented with vandalproof fences which have so far proven to be most effective in preventing people from crossing and causing an unsafe environment.” The fencing which stands at almost 2,5 metres high is manufactured from galvanized pressed high-density mesh panels with anti-cut dimensions with galvanised spikes bolted along the top. It is not possible to climb this type of fence and is also difficult to cut. Cullen said that it is a well-known fact that approximately 40% of all deaths on South African roads are pedestrians. — Supplied.

UKZN athlete and leader drowns while swimming at Midmar Dam KERUSHUN PILLAY A UNIVERSITY of KwaZulu-Natal student drowned in Midmar Dam on Saturday. Sizophila Mahlobo (24), a keen sportsman who was chairperson of the university’s athletics club, drowned on Saturday afternoon when he and some friends swam to retrieve their canoe. He was declared dead on scene. Mahlobo, of Esikhawini, near Empangeni, was pursuing a Master of Science degree in Hydrology at the Pietermaritzburg campus, where his research interest was water quality. ER24 spokesperson Werner Vermaak, said paramedics and members of the SAPS search and rescue worked to recover Mahlobo’s body. “Bystanders on the scene explained to emergency workers that they swam out to retrieve a canoe [and then] noticed one of their friends were missing.” He said the circumstances surrounding the incident would be investigated by police. Friends and colleagues said Mahlobo was a long-distance runner for UKZN’s athletics club. He was the club’s treasurer before he was made chairperson this year. Andrew Stewart, the vice chairperson of the athletics club, said he had heard of the incident on Saturday via UKZN’s sports union. He said Mahlobo had nominated him last year to be vice chairperson. “I would never have accepted it if not for him. He was by far the best leader I’d seen; I was always impressed by the way he dealt with things. “He was quite a sportsman, and he had a lot of time for people. He was a very organised leader.” Blessing Zondi, a friend of Mahlobo’s of six years, said he was a hard-working person who was always “determined to see the grass grow”. “He was a very cool guy, very talkative and always laughing. He was a bit naughty but he was honest.” A tribute on the athletics club’s official Instagram page said: “The country has lost a person that had an opportunity to contribute to one of our scarce skills areas. Ironically, it seems Phila’s journey and the

Sizophila Mahlobo drowned in Midmar Dam on Saturday. PHOTO: FACEBOOK

aquatic side were intertwined, for he succumbed to death while canoeing at the Midmar Dam. “We will miss you on the road comrade, indeed we will feel the pain of running down kilometers without you around.A life well lived! Phumule ngoxolo mfethu (rest in peace, brother.)” Attempts to contact Mahlobo’s family were unsuccessful yesterday. UKZN said it was waiting for a full report of the circumstances. It sent condolences to his family and teammates.


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 10, 2018

NEWS

5

UNgqongqoshe ufuna ukulekelela KwaJika-Joe LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

U

NGQONGQOSHE wezeziMali uNkk Belinda Scott uzwakalise ukuphoxeka ngesimo semijondolo ehlala abantu KwaJika-Joe. UNkk Scott uvakashele le ndawo ngoLwesine olwedlule mhlaka-3 kuNhlaba (May) eyohlola isimo aphinde azise abahlali ukuthi sebelaphi nezinhlelo zokubalekelela ekutheni bathole izindlu ezisesimweni ngemuva kokuzibophezela ukuthi uzobasiza ngoNtulikazi (July) wangonyaka odlule. UNkk Scott wayevakashele le ndawo ngonyaka ophelile nalapho ayehambisana khona neminyango eyahlukene okubalwa kuyona uMnyango wezekuThuthukiswa koMphakathi, wezeMfundo, wezeMpilo, wezeZindlu, uMkhandlu uMgungundlovu kanye noMasipala uMsunduzi. NgoLwesine uNkk Scott wezwakalise ukungenami ngesimo sakule ndawo nasichaze njengesethusayo nesingafanele engabe sihlala abantu. Uthe: “Kungephula inhliziyo ukubona abantu bephila ngale ndlela ikakhulukazi labo abahlala nezingane ezincane. “Kunokuba isimo sibe ngcono siya ngokuba nzima kakhulu. Abantu basebenzisa izindlu zangasese ezizodwa nazo ezingahlanzekile. Siyathusa isimo sakulendawo. Angazi ukuthi abantu abahlala lana baphila kanjani,”

kubeka yena. Uphinde wakhala ngesimo sezempilo njengoba kunodoti ohleli eduze kwalemijondolo ongaqoqwa onephunga elingabekezeleleki. UNkk Scott ube nomhlangano nayo yonke iminyango ethintekayo ukuzwa ukuthi isihambe yagcinaphi nezinhlelo zayo zokulekelela abantu bakule ndawo. Kulo mhlangano uNkk Scott uthe kungaba ngcono uma kungenziwa i-war room trailor yabantu baKwaJika-Joe njengendlela yokwehlisa abahlali kulo kungcola abaphoqeleke ukuba bahlale kubona. Indawo yaKwaJika-Joe ikhungethwe inkinga yezindlu ezingekho esimweni, ukungahlanzeki, ukungabikho kwemisebenzi kanjalo nogesi wezinyokanyoka nosudale izingozi ezingi ngaphambilini kubalwa ukusha kwemizi kanye nokushona kwabantu beshokhwa yiwona lo gesi. Ikhansela le ndawo uMnuz Nkululeko Mkhize uthe uhlelo lokwakhiwa kwezindlu lwehlukene izigaba ezimbili ngokwemibiko ayithola kwabezokuHlaliswa kwaBantu kaMasipala uMsunduzi. “Njangamanje kwakhiwa ama-flat okuhloswe ukuqashiswa kuwo. Imali ezokhokhwa ngokwalolu hlelo isukela ku-R800- R3500. Labo abangakwazi ukukhokha i-rent bona umasipala uzobahlinzeka ngezindlu zomxhaso [RDP houses] ezindaweni lapho uMkhandlu wakha khona izindlu zomxhaso,” kubeka yena.

MASIPALA WASEMSUNDUZI

SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT NO 16 OF 2013 ISIMEMO SOKUNIKEZELA NGEMIBONO UMasipala waseMsunduzi uthole isicelo ngokwesimiso se Spatial Planning and Land use Management Act (No. 16 of 2013) ne Msunduzi By-Laws , sokuchibiyelwa kwe Town Planning Scheme kanje:Incazelo yesicelo:Isicelo sifakelwe ukucela imvume yomkhandlu yokufaka umbhoshongo wezokuxhumana ngeselula nesizinda sawo kwindawe evunyelwe kwisakhiwo.. Isiza sesicelo:iSiza 174 Hayfields Ikheli lesicelo:2 Bester Road Incwadi yesicelo iyatholakala ukuze uyihlaziye, phakathi kwezikhathi zokusebenza (08h00 - 16h00) ehhovisi leDevelopment Services efasiteleni lemibuzo, 5th Floor, Professor Nyembezi Centre, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Imibono mayelana nesicelo ingethulwa kwiTown Planning Administrator yakwaMasipala waseMsunduzi ngocingo (033 392 2180), nge e-mail (Ziphelele. Shinga@msunduzi.gov.za), ngesikhahlamezi (033 392 2576), yethulwe ngesandla emahhovisi noma iposelwe ku (Private Bag X 1393, Pietermaritzburg, 3200) ungakashayi umhlaka 11 June 2018 UMasipala waseMsunduzi angeke uyamukela imibono efika emuva kwesikhathi sokuvalwa esinqunyiwe. Abantu abahlulekile ukuveza imibono yabo ngesikhathi ngeke bakwazi ukuphikisana nesinqumo sikaMasipala. Igame and Address of Applicant Warren Petterson Planning P. O. Box 1702 Umhlanga Rocks 4320 Tel: 062 394 4321 Email: hanru@wpplanning.co.za Mr S. HADBE Acting City Manager

City Hall Pietermatizburg

UNkk Belinda Scott ngesikhathi ehambele imijondolo yaKwaJikaJoe ngoLwesine olwedlule. ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA


6

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

May 10, 2018

Igumbi elihlala uNkk Fikile Ndebele. ISTHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

UNkk Fikile Ndebele ekhomba imbobo esendlini ahlala kuyo.

Ucela uxhaso owelwa yindlu eZinketheni LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

O

WESIFAZANE waseZinketheni uthi esecabanga ukunikela ngengane yakhe kwabezenhlalakahle ngoba usekhathele ukuyibona ihlukumezeka ngenxa yenhlupheko abhekene nayo. UNkk Fikile Ndebele (40) onendodakazi eneminyaka eyi-15 ubudala uthi ucelanoma ubani ongamsiza ukuthi abe nendawo yokufihla ikhanda njengoba indlu abahlala kuyo

ingena imvula futhi isingawa noma yinini. Elandisa i-Echo uthe ubephila ngokubamba amatoho ukuze bakwazi ukulala bedlile nendodakazi yakhe kodwa manje sekunzima nokuwathola lawomatoho njengoba esengumuntu ongakwazi ukusebenza ngenxa yokulimala. “Ngingumuntu ongazange akhule kahle njengoba ngakhulela ekhaya lezintandane. Angifuni ukuthi ingane yami igcine isikhula ngendlela engikhule ngayo kodwa ngiyabona ukuthi

kuzogcina lapho. Ayikho into engihlukumeza njengokubona ingane yami ikhula ngaphansi kwalesi simo esiphila kuso. Indlu esihlala kuyona yodaka iyigumbi elilodwa nalo liyawa liyanetha. “Umakhelwane useze wangisiza wanginikeza useyili wokuthi ngimboze lapho okunetha khona kodwa ngiyabona ukuthi ukuhamba kwesikhathi lendlu izowa sihleli kuyona ngaphakathi,” kuchaza yena. Uqhube wathi kuyimanje uhleli ekhaya akasebenzi baphila ngemali

yesibonelelo sengane futhi ayenele. “Ngonyaka owedlule ngathenga indawo yokwakha kanye nemabhuloksi okwakha angu-600 ngoba ngithi ngizama ukwakha indlu noma encane esizokwazi ukuthi sihlale kuyona nendodakazi yami, kodwa amandla aphelile engisazi ukuthi ngizokwenza njani. Kwangithatha iminyaka emithathu ukuthi ngikwazi ukuthenga lamabhuloksi njengoba ngangiqongelela amasenti. Uma nje ngingathola umuntu ongangixhasa noma angilekele ukuze ngikwazi ukuba

nendawo yokuhlala esesimweni nengane yami. “Angifuni ukuthi ngigcine senginikela ngengane yami kodwa uma kungukuthi angilutholi usizo kuzongiphoqa ukuthi ngigcine sengikwenzile ngoba sengikhathele ukuyibuka ikhula ngokuhlupheka.” Uthe ingane yakhe ayisheshi ukufika ekhaya uma iphuma esikoleni, kuze kuphoqe ukuba ahambe ayoyilanda futhi usola ukuthi lokho kudalwa ukuthi ayifuni ukubhekana nesimo sokuhlupheka esisekhaya.

t he Bes Voted t gional Re Dunlop r of the le a Tyre De 2018 year

TAXI TYRES

14” 14” 15” 15”

R650 R1100 R999 R1250

195/14 BLACK WALL FROM 195/14 G22 WHITE WALL FROM

195/15 WHITE WALL FROM

195/15 DUNLOP WHITE WALL FROM

Tyre Prices Exclusive To: REQUEST-A-QUOTE

SUPERWHEEL AND TYRE 53 Retief Street | 033 342 4516/7 Saif@falcontyres.co.za

each each

each each


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

FREE!

Page 7

DELIVERY TO ALL BUS AND TAXI RANKS

Offers Valid frOm 10 - 16 may 2018

Goldi Mixed Portions

149

67

99

99 10kg

99

84

69

10kg

Aunt Caroline Rice

108

5x48x25g

26

99 5lt

2599

14

750g

57

99

5 YEAR EE GUARANT

40x30g

12

R

R2699 2 YEAR GUARANTEE Metallic

699 R 999

R

R

67

6x2lt

1.5kg

8

99

p/kg g

Bananas

999 R 799

2599

Wardrobe 2 Door

R

4 Door

2599

R

4 Plate DSS-514

3 YEAR GUARANTEE

R

1199 R 1099 13995 1.5x1.2m - 4

1.2x1.2m

99

R

3 Plate DSS-513

R

1.2x0.9m

400g

Wardrobe 3 Door

750

R850

Sparlletta

99

Free Standing Electric Stoves

20lt Microwave DMO367 White

Metallic

99

Econo Apples

12x125g

99

195lt Chest Freezer DMF470

5 YEAR GUARANTEE

WINTER WARMERS

99

OLLECT

481lt Freezer DMF456

4999 R 2599 R

R

Bak kers Toppers

Lucky Star Pilchards

Truda d Bi Bigga Naks

Sunfoil Oil

200L Fridge DAD236 WHITE

17

5kg

99

CASH & C

99

99

Tommy Safari Rich Tea

10kg

Royal White Sugar

Sasko Cake Flour

Nola Mayonnaise

Porcelain Tile 600x600 Box of 4

R1299

Kitchen Scheme 3 Piece

1799

4 Piece Including Sink & Tap

2599

HOT!

1.5x1.2m - 2

Aluminium Window

HOT INSTORE SPECIAL! Ce ement 50kg 5 42.5

CEMEENTT CEMENT 50kg 50kg

6299

Ceramic Tile 400x400 Box of 7

Cement 50kg 32.5

59

99

R

95

441 PIETERMARITZ ST/ • 444 HOOSEN HAFFEJEE ST • 575 HOOSEN HAFFEJEE ST

R

1165

Exide Battery 652 Excudes Scrap

WILLARD & ENERTEC BATTERIES IN STOCK


MARITZBURG ECHO

Integrity, Respect, Accountability, Courage

October to December 2017: 50125

We invite readers to comment about the paper’s contents, and we shall correct errors as soon as possible. Please send comments to the Managing Editor at valene.govender@media24.com, or phone 033 533 7600. Errors in the contents can be reported to Media24’s Community Press ombudsman, George Claassen, at george.claassen@media24.com, or phone 021 8513232, or 0835432471. We subscribe to the Code of Ethics for South African Print and Online Media, prescribing news that is truthful, accurate, fair, balanced and independently gathered. If we don’t live up to the Press Code, within 20 days of the date of publication of the report(s), please contact the South African Pressombudsman at 0114843612/8, fax 0114843619, or pressombudsman@ombudsman.org.za

CONTACT US

NEWS

OMBUDSMAN

8

PHONE: 033 355 1111 PUBLISHER: Justin Watson justin.watson@media24.com MANAGING EDITOR: Valene Govender Valene.govender@media24.com EDITOR: Candyce Krishna Candyce.Krishna@media24.com JOURNALIST: Lethiwe Makhanya Lethiwe Makhanya@media24.com 033 3551329 ADVERTISING: Gift Majola: 083 314 4714 gift.majola@media24.com

May 10, 2018

CLASSIFIEDS ADS: 087 741 2666 PRINTING: Rising Sun Printers. COPYRIGHT: No editorial material or advertisement may be reproduced without the permission of Media24, according to section 12(7) of the Copyright Act of 1978. DISTRIBUTION: For all distribution queries, please call 033 355 1111.

Umnyango udingide ngezinkinga komasipala KwaZulu-Natal LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

I

SAYINKINGA indaba yezingqalasizinda ezindala nezingasekho esimweni komasipala abaningi KwaZulu-Natal. Lokhu kuvezwe inhloko yoMnyango wezokuBusa nokuBambisana naboMdabu (Cogta) uMnuz Thando Tubane ngoLwesine olwedlule mhlaka-3 kuNhlaba (May) esithangameni sabezindaba ngaphambi kokuba uNqgongqoshe walo mnyango uNkk Nomsa Dube-Ncube ethule isabelo zimali salo mnyango semali engu -R1,6 million sangonyaka wezi-2018/19. UMnuz Tubane uthe ingqalasizinda akusiyo inkinga yalo mnyango kuphela kodwa iyinkinga kuhulumeni kazwelonke.

“Inkinga enkulu ekhona ngengqalasizinda komasipala ukuthi zindala. Omasipala kumele beqale babeke eceleni imali yokunakekelwa kwengqalasizinda esabelweni semali.” Uqhube wathi kuphinde kube nenkinga yokungabikho kwamanzi ezindaweni eziningi. Omasipala kumele bezame ukwenza isiqiniseko sokuthi abagcini sebesebenzisa kakhulu amaloli athwala amanzi ngoba lokho kudla izizumbhulu zemali. “Omasipala kumele benze isiqiniseko sokuthi uma besebenzisa amaloli athutha amanzi akubi yinto eqhubeka isikhathi eside. “Siyazi ukuthi abantu ngeke baze bahlale bengenawo amanzi kodwa kumele kubhekwe ezinye izindlela zokubahlinzeka ngamanzi.” UMnuz Tubane usho lokhu nje in-

Inkinga enkulu ekhona ngengqalasizinda komasipala ukuthi zindala. Omasipala kumele benze isiqiniseko sokuthi uma besebenzisa amaloli athutha amanzi akubi yinto eqhubeka isikhathi eside. Siyazi ukuthi abantu ngeke baze bahlale bengenawo amanzi kodwa kumele kubhekwe ezinye izindlela zokubahlinzeka ngamanzi. dawo yaKwaPhupha nase-Bulwer e-Willowfontein inesikhathi esingaphezu kweminyaka emibili ingenawo amanzi. Kwezinye izingxenye zakule ndawo ayabuya aphinde ahambe kanti kwezinye selokhu agcina ukubakhona ngo2016.

Umasipala usebenzisa amaloli athwala amanzi ukuhlinzeka lo mphakathi. Amalungu alo mphakathi akhuluma ne-Echo ngaphambilini athi atshelwa ukuthi ingqalasizinda eseyindala ingakho benenkinga yamanzi. Lo mnyango uphinde waveza inkinga

yokukhwabanisa nokusetshenziswa kwezimali ngokungemthetho komasipala abahlukene kubalwa kuwo noMsunduzi. Lo mnyango kuyimanje uphenya amacala ayi-16 okukhwabanisa komasipala abahluke. UMnuz Tubane uveze ukuthi uMasipala Msunduzi usuphenywa nayihhovisi loMvikeli woMphakathi (Public Prosecuter). “Akusilona uphenyo olulodwa oluqhubekayo kuMasipala uMsunduzi kodwa siwumnyango sinolwethu, ihhovisi lomvikeli womphathathi kanye noMnyango wezeziMali nawo uqhuba olwawo uphenyo ngezinsolo zokukhwabanisa. Uma ngabe seyikhona imiphu-mela izobe isibekwa emhlanganweni wesigungu sikamasipala bese kuthathwa isinqumo ngemuva,” kubeka yena.


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 9


Page 10

Maritzburg ECHO

10 May 2018


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 11


Page 12

Maritzburg ECHO

10 May 2018


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 13


14

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

May 10, 2018

Career expo held in Imbali LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

“N

EVER die alive” was the theme at the career expo held at Imbali Unit 1 last

Thursday. The expo was organised by nonprofit organisation Great Impact Lifestyle and the aim was to inform Grade 12 pupils about the careers available for them to study towards after they complete matric. Sukuma Comprehensive, Zibukezulu High and Fundokuhle High schools attended the expo. Nqobile Kwitshana from Great Impact Lifestyle said that this is the second time such an event was held for Imbali schools. “We want to give pupils an opportunity to learn about different careers before they choose what they want to study. “Most pupils end up choosing wrong careers because they did not get the information they needed in

time. “We also invited the funding companies because we want to make them aware of the options they have if they want to study but don’t have finance. “We want them to fight for their future. “Youngsters have a bright future ahead of them, they just need people with an experience to show them the way,” Kwitshana said. Kwitshana said that there are a lot of university students who have dropped out or who have failed their modules because they chose wrong careers. “We don’t want to see many other students drop out or fail because they lack information about a specific career. “We will continue to work hard in making sure of this.” Kwitshana said that they are hoping to have more schools attend next year and to also be able to go out to other organisations to assist.

PHOTO: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

Pupils from different schools who attended the career expo.

Call for entries for SA’s best school choir THE search is on for South Africa’s best school choir with the Big Voices for Little Garden competition. It’s super easy to enter; school choirs just have to learn the Checkers Little Garden song and get creative with their performance.

Schools who believe their choir has what it takes are invited to enter by Sunday, May 20 to stand a chance of winning their share of R60 000. The winning school will walk away with R30 000, while second and third place will receive R20 000 and R10 000 respectively.

How does the competition work? School choirs must learn the Checkers Little Garden song and film their choir performing the song using any instruments of their choice. Entries can be submitted via Facebook by tagging Checkers SA and using the hash-

tag #CheckersLittleGarden, and by e-mailing it to competitions@shoprite.co.za or by uploading their video to www.checkerslittlegarden.co.za. The competition will really heat up when the top 10 entries have been selected and the public have the opportunity to vote

for their favourite school choir by Sunday, June 3. Entry details and more information about the competition can be found at https://www.checkerslittlegarden.co.za/ competitions/big-vocals/. Terms and conditions apply.— Supplied.

THE MSUNDUZI MUNICIPALITY

SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT NO 16 OF 2013

ISIMEMO SOKUNIKEZELA NGEMIBONO

UMasipala waseMsunduzi uthole isicelo ngokwesimiso se Spatial Planning and Land use Management Act (No. 16 of 2013) ne Msunduzi By-Laws , sokuchibiyelwa kwe Town Planning Scheme kanje:Incazelo yesicelo:ukucela imvume yomkhandlu yokubakwakhiwe umbhoshongo wezokuxhumana ngeselula kanye nesizinda sawo , isicelo futhi sifakelwa ukuxegiswa kwebandela yokwakhiwa kwebhilidi. Isiza sesicelo:iSiza 320 Sobantu Township Ikheli lesicelo:220 Mpande Street , Sobantu Incwadi yesicelo iyatholakala ukuze uyihlaziye, phakathi kwezikhathi zokusebenza (08h00 - 16h00) ehhovisi leDevelopment Services efasiteleni lemibuzo, 5th Floor, Professor Nyembezi Centre, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Imibono mayelana nesicelo ingethulwa kwiTown Planning Administrator yakwaMasipala waseMsunduzi ngocingo (033 392 2180), nge e-mail (Ziphelele.Shinga@msunduzi.gov.za), ngesikhahlamezi (033 392 2576), yethulwe ngesandla emahhovisi noma iposelwe ku (Private Bag X 1393, Pietermaritzburg, 3200) ungakashayi umhlaka 11June 2018 UMasipala waseMsunduzi angeke uyamukela imibono efika emuva kwesikhathi sokuvalwa esinqunyiwe. Abantu abahlulekile ukuveza imibono yabo ngesikhathi ngeke bakwazi ukuphikisana nesinqumo sikaMasipala. IGAMA NE-ADDRESS YOMPHAKATHI UMHLA WOKUPHAKATHI Warren Petterson Planning 10 May 2018 P.O. Box 1702 NAME OF NEWSPAPER Umhlanga Rocks the Maritzburg Echo 4320 Tel: 062 394 4321 FAX: N/A E-mail hanru@wpplanning.co.za Mr S Hadebe ibambhela leMeneja kaMasipala City Hall Pietermaritzburg

PHOTO: BYRONE ATHMAN

(From left) Library assistant Thulisile Makhaya, Elrica Henning and chief librarian Velisiwe Dlomo.

Africa Day celebrations at the museum BYRONE ATHMAN >>Byrone.Athman@media24.com A JOINT venture between the KZN and the Msunduzi museums will see both bodies host an array of events leading up to Africa Day on May 25. The KZN museum will update its 2017 Africa Day exhibition,which is still on display,for 2018.Silhouette cut-outs of Africa have been sent to 15 schools in Pietermaritzburg which will be turned into works of art, accompanying the Mandela theme, and will then be displayed at one of the temporary galleries in the KZN Museum.Famous storyteller and poet, Gcina Mhlope will render a storytelling session with invited schools and members of the public. This session is by invite only. Leading up to Africa Day, the Msunduzi Muse-

um will host Sello Hatang CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, who will deliver the Mandela Centenary Lecture on May 18 from 10 am to 12 pm. After the lecture, those in attendance will be treated to a viewing of a temporary exhibition about Nelson Mandela. A day after the lecture, there will be a Mandela Centenary Walk which will begin at the Msunduzi Museum at 9 am and conclude at the City Hall. Among the guests will be mayor Themba Njilo who is expected to meet attendees at the City Hall where he will be handed a gift. Viranna Frank, head of marketing and public relations at the museum, said that they expect 200 people to attend both the walk and lecture, stating that the public is invited to attend and that entrance is free.


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 15

Check out our facebook page for weekly & daily specials facebook.com/saveritepmb

Show Mom Some Love

SupALItRe

25kg

9799

R

R

Royal Rice 10kg

7399

R

Azam Flour 10kg

6699

Golden Delight Basmati Rice 5kg

R

10499

R

R

Cremora 750g

R

Imana Soya 400g

1899

R

Coo-ee Cooldrinks 2lt

1699

R

R

6799

2199

Parmalat Cheese 900g

R

Simba Chips 125g

899

3899

R

6999

Willard’s Cheese Curls 150g

999

R

R

Sunshine D Oil 5lt

Jungle Oats 1kg

Trinco Teabags 100’s

2899

R

Star Maize Meal 10kg

999

Clover L Cl Long Lif Life Milk 6x1.1lt

56

99

2 for

Heartlands Corn Flakes 500g

Ace Instant/ Morvite Porridge 1kg

Spring Meadow Maas 4lt

D’lite Margarine 1kg Tub

R

2500

R

R

3799

R

3 for

1899

Wellington’s Tomato Sauce 700ml

Beacon Slabs 80g

R

1499

2500

R

1199

ORIGINAL ONLY! Vaseline Petroleum Jelly 250ml Original Only!

Colgate Toothpaste 100ml Original Only

R

Lavender/ Original/ White & Shine Only!

1099

R

2199

Ingram’s Camphor Cream 500g

R

2599

Lux Body Wash 400ml

R

1999

R

Pampers Jumbo Pack

Domestos 750ml

R

1999

Henwill Mixed Portions 2kg

2 for

R Surf Washing Powder 3kg

R

90

00

5699

Half Lamb p/kg

R

18999

8299 CC Chicken Thighs 5kg

CC Chicken Wings 5kg

R

15500

R

13999

Saverite Pietermaritzburg: 457 Langalibalele Street •Tel: 033 342 8832 • Promotion Valid from 10 - 16 May 2018 • Ample Free Secure Parking • No Hawkers, No Traders • Atm Instore • Pension Payouts Done Instore • E&OE


Page 16

Maritzburg ECHO

10 May 2018

3

FOR

27

99

500g

Kelloggs Corn Flakes

R

31

99

0 0 1 Ma q h as Handw owder gP Washin2kg

500g

Kelloggs All Bran Flakes

F

2

700g

9

Albany Superior Brown Sliced Bread

Orange Grove Milk Sachet

9

99

99

16

99

300g

1Lt

Bull Brand Corned Meat

FOR

R

14 410g

Checkout Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce

Be Pre 1kg

ANY

2

FOR

R

Ca Eac

32 400g

Lucky Star Pilchards

10

99

410g

Rhodes Chopped & Peeled Tomatoes Each

7

99

200g

Imana No.1 Soup Each

PRICES VALID 10TH - 13TH MAY 2018

Prices Apply to PIETERMARITZBURG Stores ONLY. Selected Products Styled For Photography

3

99

50g

Knorr Packet Soup Assorted Each

Te TB Pe

R For

E&O.E. We Reserve The Right to Limi


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 17

OUR BEST SAVER DEALS

2

ANY

3

FOR

FOR

2299

R

75ml

R

Clere Body Cream Each

25 175g

500g

Sensodyne Tooth Paste Each

0

35

Lux Bath Soap

4

FOR

THIS AUTUMN

1599

R

2

R

FOR

FOR

2

FOR

30 1kg

Ace Instant Porridge

Cabbage Each

Beetroot Prepacked 1kg

Tenderized/ T Bone Steak Per kg

33

99

R

80’s

18

R

10

14

75g

Fattis & Moni’s Macaroni/Spaghetti

Golf Noodles

7

7

Naarjies Prepacked 1kg

9

Pineapple Each

99

69

99

Chicken Mince Per kg

99

39

99

Frimax Potato Chips

Top Class Shaker

9

Cornish Curry Pieces Per kg

999

150g

350g

Jam Tomatoes Per kg

99

899

99

Carrots Prepacked 1kg

99

Sta-Soft Refill Pouch

4

500g

Laager Rooibos Teabags

500ml

Daily Laundry Bar

Inecto Super Black Hair Dye Each

ANY

1899

500g

28ml

ANY

20

9

99

5

99

22

99

STORES IN YOUR AREA (excluding HOWICK) :

RAISETHORPE – 529 Old Greytown Road | PIETERMARITZ – 413 Pietermaritz Street CHINA CITY – 14 Manchester Road, Allandale

For any queries, complaints or suggestions contact us on customercare@checkout.co.za | Find out about all our latest deals on www.checkout.co.za to Limit And Restrict Quanties. Images May Differ From Actual Product. Promotion Only Valid While Stocks Last. Strictly No Traders Or Hawkers. All Goods Are Sold On A First Come First Serve Basis. Selected items may not be available at certain stores.

80g

Nestle Slabs

Pocket Potatoes ±7kg

Oranges Carry Pocket Each

Bushcamp Wors Per kg

3799

1799

4999

Services available in-store FIND US:

www.checkout.co.za


18

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

Prevent burns and burn injuries A

BURN is one of the most devastating injuries. It leaves in its wake both physical and mental anguish. Many burn injuries are accidental and are a common cause of unintentional injury — preventative care can reduce the likelihood of an unintended incident. In observance of National Burns Week from May 6-12, Netcare St Anne’s Hospital encourages the public to learn about preventing burn injuries and protecting children. As the winter months approach, the use of candles, paraffin stoves and open fires increase, placing children at even greater risk. Applying the following safety tips can help prevent burn injuries before they happen: • Invest in a cordless kettle. View your kettle as a weapon. • Put all hot drinks, hot cooking oil and hot porridge out of reach of children. • Do not carry urns or pots of boiling water around while there are toddlers on the floor or children running about. • Turn pot handles away from the front of the stove. • Put candles in a deep glass bottle with sand in the bottom so it will be put out if it falls over. • Repair all faulty electrical plugs

and leads. • Report stolen cover plates on power poles or substations with broken fences or locks. • Do not leave children unsupervised near matches, candles, lighters or fireworks or when they are in or near the kitchen. • Lock paraffin and other flammables, including “safe” gels away. • Do not cover braai fires with sand. The heat stays in the sand for hours and will burn unsuspected feet walking over the sand. Pour water over fires and coals. • Do not cook eggs in a microwave. The shell can explode and cause severe face and eye injuries. • Noodles cooked in microwave ovens become extremely hot, along with the container, and can cause severe burns. • Pour cold water in the bath first and then add hot water. Set your geyser to low temperatures (about 55 degrees). Always test the bath water with your elbow before bathing children. • Avoid using tablecloths or anything a child can pull on and cause hot food or liquid to spill. • Never hold a child while cooking. • Test and stir all food before serving children to make sure it is cool enough to eat. • Should anyone sustain a burn injury involving flames, the victim

should stop, drop and roll to put out the flames. • Do not touch electrical injury victims before removed from the current — use a stick or non-conductor to avoid rescuer injury or death. • The heat from a fire, hot water or electrical burn will continue to burn the tissue long after the offending contact is removed. It is essential to stop the burning by keeping the burnt body part under cold running tap water for 20 minutes. Do not use ice or ice water — it can cause frostbite because the skin is already damaged. • Do not apply butter or any oilbased product to a burn injury, the oil can trap the heat and make the burn deeper over time. Burn injury happens in seconds, but can change a person’s life forever. Recovery is a life-long process — it continues long after discharge from the hospital and rehabilitation starts on day one. Burn injury not only affects the injured, but also the families who love and support that person. Netcare St Annes Hospital urges parents and caregivers to be aware of the dangers posed and to take steps to keep their families safe. — Supplied.

May 10, 2018

How to choose the right funeral plan FOR many South Africans, choosing a funeral policy is the first experience they have with insurance products. “A positive experience with funeral schemes can encourage consumer confidence in the insurance industry”said Sonja Visser, CEO of African Unity Life, a registered insurer that underwrites a large selection of well-known funeral schemes. “It is potentially disastrous if the policyholder may find out at some stage that there is no financial or institutional support to pay out claims to beneficiaries of the insured”.Acquiring a funeral policy is the first step people take to ensure that they and their families can afford a dignified funeral.“Choosing the right funeral policy can prove a challenge as there are many options and providers — and not all of them are reliable,” said Visser. “It is crucial that consumers are sure that the policy they purchase,is with a registered and trustworthy service provider.”When choosing a policy, consumers need to carefully consider their family’s needs. The chosen cover should include the appropriate range of benefits required, such as the required casket, transport services for family and friends to the funeral, a grocery benefit (to support the family for a short while), airtime to contact relatives and friends. Benefits will vary according to the funeral plan and level of cover chosen.“It is important to note that there are no medical examinations when taking out a funeral policy,” said Visser. “However, there is usually a waiting period, generally of about six months.” It is of utmost importance to confirm that the person who is selling the policy has a license from the FSB (or works with an FSP), which must be presented upon request. Additionally, funeral policies are often administered and sold by third party funeral administrators, so it is important to know who the insurer is that underwrites the risk.

African Unity Life proposes the following checklist when taking out a funeral policy: • Confirm the details of the intermediary and their relationship with the insurer. Intermediaries must be mandated by insurers to sell their products. • Always complete a policy proposal form yourself. • Give complete and accurate information. If in doubt, disclose information. • Always read any document thoroughly before signing it. • You have a 30-day grace period to cancel a policy or make amendments - enquire about the cooling-off period. • Make sure the policy contract matches what you understood it should be. • Check the terms and conditions, benefits, premiums and exclusions. • Ask what the implications are of replacing one policy with another. • Keep written proof of your correspondence and dealings with the insurer and intermediary. Visser said that once a policy is in place, there are still a few things to be aware of regarding the actual claims process: • Most insurers will pay out within 48 hours if the correct documentation is submitted. You will need a death certificate, proof of banking and the applicable claim forms. • Remember, the insurer cannot stipulate what the claim payout is used for. • You do not get any money out if you cancel the policy. It is a pure risk insurance product, which means that the premium you are paying is being used to cover the risk of your passing away. The moment you cancel the policy or it lapses (if premiums are not paid) your cover will be forfeited and no claim will be paid. • Ask for written explanation for repudiation or non-payment of claims. • An insurer must always advise the holder of a policy when the policy is being cancelled. — Supplied.


Maritzburg ECHO

E B R ATI

y b n se

I OF SAV

N

YE

AR S

GS

G

EL

Page 19

N

C

10 May 2018

s a U YO

D E C I R P

T ket S E Wermar O L H E up Cho

T

d from on vali y i t o m o Pr y 8 Ma Tuesda May 2018 y 21 Monda

s

SAVE

47

R

SAVE

9

9

99

47

99

27

99

74

10kg

1.7kg

xed Price First Frozen Mi Chicken Portions

10kg

99

500g

36 99

Farm Foods Cake Wheat Flour

10kg

4kg

Isibhakela Maas

Allsome Rice

Ace Super Maize Meal

7

ad Brick Rama Spread For Bre

64 99

99

R

54 99 6x1L

Cambridge Food Long Life Full Cream Milk

2L

Sunfoil Pure Sunflower Oil

y 2 for R15 u B

7

1 SAVE R

22 99 8 99

99

410g

Rhodes Baked Beans in Tomato Sauce

1L - R1099

46 99

SAVE

30’s

R

37

Cambridge Food Large Eggs

2kg g

Cambridge Food Browm Sugar

Price per Nappy

100ml

Pack of Pack of Pack of Pack of

Aquafresh Toothpaste Assorted each

14

99

Coca-Cola Soft Drink (Regular only) each

2L

y 4 for R2 0 Bu

14 99 9 99 400g

Cambridge Food Pilchards in Tomato Sauce

5 99

each

150g/175g

Rave/Daily Laundry Soap 500g

Protex Bath Soap Assorted each

32

99 2kg

Surf Hand Washing Powder

134

44 48 52 60

R3.06 R2.81 R2.60 R2.24

99

each

Nappy Pampers Disposable Pants Assorted each

EF

AS

R

S -A B E

59

-A BE

CLAS S

• CL

4 SAVE

SS

EF

• CL A

Butchery

99

per kg

Fresh Stewing Beef

Powered by

23 99

per kg

SAVE

Frozen Beef Liver

39 99 187 99 per kg

Budget Braaiwors

4kg

Frozen Chicken Drummetts

26

R

6

99

per kg arters

Qu Frozen Chicken Leg

Send & receive money from Cambridge Food to Cambridge Food and Rhino Cash & Carry stores. You cannot redeem R10 or R30 at ATMs. Terms and conditions apply. Visit www.standardbank.co.za Authorised financial services and registered credit provider (NCRCP15). The Standard Bank of South Africa Limited (Reg. No. 1962/000738/06).

save money. live better

Services available in store

Cambridge Liquor supports responsible drinking

These prices are valid from Tuesday 8 May 2018 to Monday 21 May 2018 at all KwaZulu-Natal Stalls. Liquor not available at Berea and Pinetown Link stores. Selected items may not be available at certain stores, including selected bakery products at KwaMashu, Warwick Express and Pinetown Link stores, and while we will always attempt to have sufficient advertised stock available, the above prices are valid only while stocks last, so please call ahead for availability. We reserve the right to limit stock to reasonable consumer quantities or to substitute other brands for those shown. We always take the utmost care to ensure that advertising information is correct, however, should an inadvertent and/or obvious mistake or inaccuracy occur, we shall display an in-store notice reflecting the correct details. All prices are in South African currency and valid in South Africa only.All Prices Include Vat where Applicable. Umgeni 251 Umgeni Road, Durban • Berea 7 Brooke Street, Berea Station, Durban • Isipingo (Crossing) 150 Old Main Road, Isipingo • Kwa Mashu 20 Malandela Road, Kwa Mashu • Pinetown Shop 2 Reins Centre, Corner of Anderson Stansfield Lane & Hill Street, Pinetown • Warwick Rank 7 Etna Lane , 117 Warwick Avenue, Durban • Newcastle 34 Scott Street, Newcastle • Nongoma Old Main Road, Nongoma • Empangeni Corner of Main Road & Biyela Street, Empangeni • Nquthu Corner of Manzolwandle & Iswandlwana Road, Nquthu • Richards Bay The Boulevard Shopping Centre, Cnr Penny Lane & Metica Moon Str • Manguzi Cnr R22 Highway & Kele Kele Street • Pinetown Link The Link Shopping Centre, 21 Josia Gumede Road, Pinetown, Tel: 031 701 3995 • Ladysmith 92 Lyell Street, Ladysmith • Jozini 522-1 Jozini Main Road, Jozini • Pietermaritzburg 420 Pietermaritz Street, Pietermaritzburg • Eshowe 17 Main Street, Eshowe, 3815


20

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

May 10, 2018

Diabetes in African females of child bearing age is on the rise T

HE African continent is characterised by a population in the process of transition. As more and more people experience a change in lifestyle, embracing the Western way of life as opposed to more traditional customs, so Professor Andre Kengne. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

too are they more exposed to a number of chronic conditions and illnesses that were less of a threat in decades gone by. According to Professor Andre Kengne, Director: Non-Communicable Diseases Research Unit at the South African Medical Research Council, “diabesity” — th e term for diabetes occurring in the context of obesity — is on the increase in Africa as a result of a growing overweight population and is the

result of lifestyle changes, unhealthy food choices and a decrease in physical activity. “Coupled to obesity comes the threat of related illnesses such as diabetes”. Presenting at the upcoming Public Health Conference at Africa Health Exhibition & Congress on the topic of “Diabesity — trends in the overweight and diabetes in Africa”, Kengne explains that this is an area of medicine which is still relatively unknown in the African setting. Research conducted over the past 20 years has not delved into the extent to which diabetes affects women between the ages of 16 and 49. However, according to a recent overview jointly conducted by the University of Cape Town, Non-Communicable Diseases Research Unit and Witwatersrand University, 7% of African women aged 15 to 54 years are currently suffering from diabetes. The key driver of the increase in diabetes among women of child bearing age is lifestyle change, said Kengne. “There are a number of reasons for this changing lifestyle on the African continent, amongst them poverty, lack of access to nutritious food and the dearth of both knowledge and financial means to make healthy food choices, not to mention the increased availability of unhealthy fast food offerings as Western diets become more popular.” Diabetes is not only impacting adult women. As children and adolescents become overweight earlier in life, they are at an increased risk of developing several chronic illnesses including diabetes. Even pregnant women are at risk of

developing gestational diabetes (GDM) which poses significant risk to both mother and foetus as well as increased neonatal risks, reports Dr Sumaiya Adam, Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynaecology at the University of Pretoria and a speaker at the Medical Obstetrics Conference on Diabetes in Pregnancy. But what is particularly concerning, reveals Kengne,is that over two thirds of diabetes cases in Africa remain undiagnosed and therefore, untreated. In cases where treatment is received, the disease has often progressed too far down the line and the quality of care is not optimal. Adam agrees that under and undiagnosed diabetes incidents in pregnant women is a problem leading to longterm negative health outcomes in children including childhood obesity, Type 2 DM and metabolic syndrome. What is needed, argues Kengne, is better access to diagnosis and treatment. To better manage diabetes, he said, requires both an improvement in the current knowledge of how to postpone the disease, and better still, to prevent the diseases from taking hold. “At this stage, we are working on the first study dealing with prevention in a South African context,”Kengne reveals. Sadly, however, little has been done in terms of education and prevention on the continent overall. That said, Kengne cautions against taking a negative attitude, saying that there is no reason why this situation cannot be changed. He cites the recent introduction of a sugar tax in South Africa as a successful example of what can be done to reduce

the incidence of obesity and chronic disease in Africa. Early diagnosis is key,and to this end, there is a need for proactive action at all stages of an individual’s life cycle, said Kengne. He explains what he terms the “Life Course approach”to the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of diabetes, which should essentially start at the phase of planned pregnancy. “This entails ensuring that the expectant mother follows the correct diet, is not exposed to any health risks and that her weight and that of the baby are monitored throughout the pregnancy. This approach to health and diet should be taken throughout the lives of mother and child,” Kengne said. Obesity and related diabetes that presents early in life is far harder to manage, he points out. “Our mistake is to wait until people have already developed the disease, rather than using an approach which promotes healthy choices and will prevent it from developing in the first place.” Kengne will be speaking at the Public Health Conference,which will form part of the 8th annual Africa Health Exhibition & Congress 2018 taking place from May 29 - 31 at the Gallagher Convention Centre in Johannesburg. The event is expected to attract more than 10 100 healthcare professionals and over 553 leading international and regional healthcare and pharmaceutical suppliers, manufacturers and service providers. — Supplied.

Kumenywa umphakathi kumcimbi wezimbongi LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com UMALUSI Arts nokuyinkampani ebhekelele ezamaciko ikakhulukazi izinkondlo izoba nomcimbi wokuqala ohlanganisa izinkondlo, amahlanya nezinkulumo ezakhayo. Lo mcimbi uzoba ngoMgqibelo mhla zili-12 kuNhlaba (May) e-Voortrekker Museum ngokugamanxa kwehora leshumi nanye ekuseni (11.30am). Ngokusho komhleli walo mcimbi nophinde abe ngumsunguli we-Umalusi Arts uMnuz Sbusiso Mahlinza uthe kulo mcimbi izimbongi zizobe zingagxilile nje kuphela ekumeni ngaphambi kombhobho zihaye izinkondlo kodwa zizobe zilingisa imiyalezo eziyethulayo ngezinkondlo zayo. Uthe kungokokuqala behlela lo mcimbi kodwa wathi sebezowenza

f

njalo emva kwezinyanga ezimbili. Uthe: “Lena ngenye indlela esizama ngayo ukwedlulisa imiyalezo eyehlukile kubantu abahlukile. “Siyazi ukuthi abantu abaningi abazinakile izinkondlo futhi abazilaleli. “Njengoba sifuna ukuzilinga sifuna ukuthi abantu bagcine sebekwazi ukuzijabulela futhi bagcine sebezithanda. “Yingakho sifake namahlaya nezinkulumo ezakhayo ukuze wonke umuntu ezozizwa amukelekile ikakhulukazi laba abangakaze bahambele imicimbi yezinkondlo. “Siyakholelwa ukuthi ukuhaya izinkondlo kunamandla amakhulu ekudluliseni umyalezo ebantwini abahlukene,” kubeka yena. UMnuz Mahlinza oyimbongi uthe usungule le nkampani yezamaciko ngenyanga kaNhlolanja (February) kulo nyaka ngenhloso yokulekelela iz-

Share your thoughts and views with us.

• OUR KINGDOM IS YOUR STAGE •

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION OF BID ADVERT

We apologise for any inconveniences caused in this regard.

20180713

Notice is hereby given to all prospective service providers or bidders that we are cancelling our bid no: KZNFC - T32/2017/18, where we requested for proposals from suitably qualified companies to partner and invest with KZNFC in the development and operating of the KZN studios for the following reason:

WWW.BASADZI.CO.ZA

Enye yezimbongi ezobe iyingxenye yalo mcimbi. ISITHOMBE : SITHUNYELWE

KZN needs blood donors urgently

KWAZULU - NATAL FILM COMMISSION

The KZNFC had begun the bid process before necessary approvals had been obtained from the Provincial Treasury and prior to signing of the funding agreement with Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environment Affairs. This process is currently underway and once formalised, the tender process will begin once again.

imbongi ezisakhula. Uthe:“Nginqume ukuwumisa kancane owami umsebenzi njengembongi ukuze nginake labo abasakhula nabasadinga usizo. “Ziningi izimbongi ezinethalente kodwa aziyitholi indawo efanele yokuveza ithalente lazo. “Umalusi Arts uzobasiza ukuthi bakhangise ithalente emphakathi baphinde bafunde nezinto ezehlukile ngezinkondlo nokuba izimbongi.” Ukungena kulo mcimbi kuwuR120 kanti indlela yokugqoka yona iwuhlobo lwe-vintage. Ngeminye imininingwane ungashayela inombolo ethi: 063 192 1275.

BASADZI MEDIA - ADVERTISING

BLOOD supply in KwaZulu-Natal is about to run out, with only half a day’s stock available — prompting a call for donors to step forward urgently. “The blood stock in KZN is dangerously low. We are currently at 0.9, which is 177 units of blood and we need all blood groups to boost the stock,” said Sifiso Khoza, regional marketing manager for the South African National Blood Service (SANBS). “A healthy blood stock in the province is 500 units of blood a day but now we’re down to 177 units right now, which means we don’t

have enough blood to last even for today. And as much as we need all blood types, blood group O is in demand as it is universal and can be transferable to all patients in need. “The situation is critical. We are appealing to residents of KwaZuluNatal — active donors, potential donors and lapsed donors — to help to bolster the regional blood stock,” Khoza said. “There are many people in lifethreatening situations who require blood, right now. “It’s the cancer patients who need regular blood supply, it’s the mother

giving birth, it’s those who have been in accidents and it’s anyone suffering complications during major surgery. “If you are able to donate blood, please do so as soon as you can. We’d like to thank you in advance for your donation. “It’s not just about donating blood, it’s about saving people’s lives,” said Khoza. To find out more about donating blood and to locate your nearest SANBS donor centre in KwaZuluNatal, visit sanbs.org.za or call 080 011 9031. — Supplied.


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 21


22

MARITZBURG ECHO

ADVERTISEMENTS

May 10, 2018

Plan ahead to avoid the worst of winter I

T’S getting a little harder to get out of bed in the morning and more tempting to linger in a hot shower, sure signs that winter is on its way. South Africa’s temperate climate means that most of us will be breaking out a heavier duvet or putting more blankets on the bed. But are there any other practical steps you can or should be taking to prepare for the change of season? Financial services company, DirectAxis, gathered tips from some handymen about common problems that can occur during winter and how to prevent these. The advice covered three broad themes: planning ahead, preventative maintenance and conserving heat. PLANNING AHEAD The laws of supply and demand dictate that if you wait until temperatures plummet before stocking up on fire wood or getting more gas for the gas heater, you’ll pay more. Alternatively you’ll be faced with Murphy’s law and the supplier will have run out. Buying winter essentials such as firewood, gas or even replacing old or broken heaters is best done before the weather turns cold.

Also bear in mind that power cuts are more likely in winter either because high winds blow trees across power lines or increased demand puts strain on electrical infrastructure. These are much easier to deal with if you’ve got working torches and batteries in the house. Rechargeable solar LED lights are also a good idea, as long as you make sure they’re charged. A skottelbraai or gas-fuelled camping set are quick to set up and easy to cook on when the power goes out, but entirely useless if you’ve run out of gas. Check. If you bought a generator or an uninterrupted power supply system during the days of load-shedding, test them to make sure they still work. PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE All the handymen agreed that preventing problems is always less expensive than fixing them afterwards. You can do most preventative maintenance yourself at little or no cost, although it’s best to get professional help if you’re unsure how to go about it or don’t have the right tools. Simple maintenance includes

making sure gutters are clear of leaves and other debris. The weight of water in clogged gutters can break the brackets that support them. The backed up water also needs to go somewhere. If you’re lucky it’ll just pour over the side. If not, the wind can blow it up under the tiles potentially damaging ceilings and fittings. While you’re checking the gutters also take a careful look at the roof for missing, broken or shifted tiles or other issues that could result in leaks or the wind getting in and potentially causing more damage. If you are looking forward to a nice roaring fire, check your chimney. You should be looking for blockages such as birds’ nests and soot build up. If there does seem to be excessive soot, it’s worth considering getting in a professional rather than risking a fire in the chimney. Take a walk around the house and check for any trees that might blow over or branches that could break off and damage the house. You may be able to trim some yourself, but if you’re in doubt get in a professional tree feller.

While you’re doing your walkaround check the outside lighting. This is a sensible security precaution because it gets dark earlier in winter. Not only will well-lit paths and approaches potentially discourage criminals, but will help prevent you, your family or guests tripping and falling on cold winter nights or early mornings. CONSERVING HEAT Whether you’re using a gas or electric heater, or a fire to warm your house, heating costs money. The first thing to consider if you want to save heat and money is to make sure the house is well insulated. If you don’t have insulation in your ceiling, it’s worth considering. It’ll keep the heat in during winter and keep you cool in summer. If you have insulation, check to make sure it hasn’t shifted, been torn or damaged. While you’re in the ceiling, check to see if there’s a cover on the geyser. If not, you may want to think about getting one. Heating water is also expensive. Once you’ve dealt with the roof space, check doors and windows. It’s relatively cheap and effective to

fit self-adhesive rubber seals to the bottom of draughty doors and to fix window’s that aren’t sealing properly or repair weather strips. A simple sausage-dog draft excluder is easy to make and will stop cold air getting in under doors. Another tip is to use your curtains. Open them when the sun’s shining and warming the house. Close them when it’s dark and cold, they help prevent the warm air escaping. Consider the placement of your furniture. It may be great to have the sofa in front of the heater, particularly for the people sitting on it, but this may prevent the warm air circulating to the rest of the room. DirectAxis marketing head, Marlies Kappers, said that preparing for winter doesn’t need to cost a fortune. “Some sensible spending before it gets cold might mean avoiding bigger costs when a tree falls down or a gutter breaks in the middle of winter.” For more information on household maintenance and renovations visit: https://www.directaxis.co.za/ make-a-plan/prioritise-homemaintenance — Supplied.

NEVER MISS A GOAL AGAIN! Daily Kick is a FREE, data-light and easy to use app that brings you soccer, news and live soccer scores all in one place. Get the Daily Kick app now and stay ten steps ahead! THATHA ZONKE!

DOWNLOAD NOW!


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 23


Page 24

Maritzburg ECHO

10 May 2018

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

10kg

46

99

Ace Super Maize Meal

5litres

7199

Helios Sunflower Oil

6x1litre

56

99

Parmalat Everfresh Milk

10kg

67

10kg

99

77

Supreme Cake Wheat Flour

1kg

29

99

Spekko Rice

100s

29

10kg

11299

Bokomo Corn Flakes

BUY 3 FOR 1litre

BUY 3 FOR 110g

PureJoy Juice assorted

Pringles Snacks assorted

33

00

39

99

18s

6999

99

Baby Soft Toilet Tissue 2ply

Five Roses Tea Bags

Huletts White Sugar

99

Combo

19

99

Wellington Tomato Sauce 750ml + 2x Baked Beans 410g

3kg

47

99

Ariel Hand Washing Powder

All prices includes VAT and are valid while stocks last | E&OE

10kg

BUY 3 FOR 1kg

149

99

Pampers Active Jumbo Pack

100

00

Rama Original Brick / Tub

Shop online @ www.supersave.co.za | Prices valid from 10 - 23/5/2018


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

500g

28

1kg

1kg

47

99

Futurelife Smart Food assorted

36

99

Kelloggs All Bran Flakes

Page 25

1kg

1kg

13

99

Kellogg’s Corn Flakes

15

99

Ace Instant Porridge assorted

400g

1kg

19

99

Morvite Instant Porridge assorted

99

Bokomo Morning Oats

22

99

Black Cat Peanut Butter

1kg

450g

350g

13

33

99

21

39

99

99

BUY 3 FOR 40g

20

1litre

899

00

64

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

BUY 6 FOR 200ml

Bakers Romany/ Choc-Kits assorted

PureJoy Juice assorted

17

22

99

99

2litres

2599

200g

1299

Liqui Fruit Juice assorted

Bakers Tennis Biscuits

250g

29

99

Nescafe Ricoffy Coffee

Hazeldene Mixed Fruit Jam

200g

99

Clover Full Cream Milk

15

250g

79

500g

200g

10

41

99

Jacobs Kronung Coffee

99

BUY 6 FOR 330ml

38

Liqui Fruit Juice Cans assorted

99

Bakers Lemon Creams assorted

Neslte Milo Malt Drink

99

5litres

74

99

Oros Orange Squash

100s

1599

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

Trinco Tagless Tea Bags

99

Wild Island Smoothie assorted

Astor Wafer Biscuits

6x1.1lt

900g

99

All Gold Apricot Jam

Nutella Chocolate Spread

Alpen Nutrific Cereal

Ellis Brown Coffee Creamer

900g

200g

40s

14

2199

BUY 3 FOR 200ml

10

00

99

Capri-Sun Juice assorted

Bakers Eet-SumMor Biscuits

Freshpak Rooibos Tea Bags

BUY 2 FOR 125g

11

00

BUY 3 FOR 18g

BUY 3 FOR 1litre

Elvan Kingtat Chocolate Bar

Caribbean Smoothie assorted

21

5

00

Bakers Topper Cream assorted

BUY 3 FOR 350g

BUY 3 FOR 150g

BUY 3 FOR large

BUY 3 FOR 2litre

Kellogg’s Kiddies Range

Risi Mari Biscuits

Cadbury Large Bars

Coo-ee Soft Drink assorted

69

99

All prices includes VAT and are valid while stocks last | E&OE

11

00

20

00

25

00

00


Page 26

Maritzburg ECHO

10 May 2018

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY 170g

13

99

Lucky Star Tuna in oil

10kg

410g

66

300g

14

8

99

Osman’s Taj Mahal Rice

99

99

Bull Brand Corned Meat

Rhodes Cream Style Sweetcorn

400g

BUY 3 FOR

11

99

99

Rajah Curry Powder Mild n Spicy

Moir’s Jelly assorted

19

15

99

Imana Soya Mince assorted

99

Knorrox Cubes assorted

BUY 2 FOR 1kg 500ml

16

470g

780g

16

14

Nola Mayonnaise

14

99

Wellington’s Sweet Chilli Sauce

99

Clover Danao Smooth assorted

20

40

00

750

00

00

400g

25

20

BUY 5 FOR 80g

Knorrox Soup bag assorted

24s

BUY 2 FOR 1litre

Knorr Packet Soup assorted

11

200g

00

Clover Fruit of Forest Yoghurt

99

500g

24

Wellington’s Chutney

99

Moir’s Baking Powder

250g

9

99

BUY 2 FOR 1.5litre

45

00

Clover Krush assorted

BUY 3 FOR 6x75g

25

00

Moir’s Custard Powder refill

Parmalat Tubz assorted

99

Rhodes Beetroot assorted

1kg

500g

BUY 2 FOR 6x100g

15

46

99

99

500g

Underberg Salted Butter

200g

385g

39

As Good Mixed Vegetables

860g

21

99

Nestle Condensed Milk

500g

39

Parmalat Cheese Slices

00

Clover Fruits of Forest Yoghurt

15

99

Cadbury Hot Chocolate

99

20

BUY 4 FOR 1.2kg

89

36

99

Rainbow Cheese Russians

99

99

Sunshine D Lite tub

I&J Beefers assorted

BUY 3 FOR 400g

BUY 3 FOR 410g

BUY 3 FOR 410g

BUY 3 FOR 410g

BUY 3 FOR 410g

BUY 3 FOR 73g

BUY 3 FOR 500g

Glenryck Pilchards

Rhodes Baked Beans

Everyday Butter Beans

Everyday Chakalaka

Everyday Tomato Puree/Onion Mix

Maggi 2 Minutes Noodles

Pasta Grande Macaroni/Spaghetti

39

99

21

00

21

00

25

00

21

00

11

00

25

00

All prices includes VAT and are valid while stocks last | E&OE


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 27

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

BABY CARE

various

124

various

89

99

349

99

13999

Huggies Pants Boys / Girls

Huggies Dry Comfort assorted

various

BUY 3 FOR 200ml

various

99

25

00

Pampers Pants assorted

Purity 3rd Foods assorted

Pampers Mega Box

64s

12

53g

4

99

500g

45

99

Purity Noodles assorted

As Good Baby Wipes

BUY 3 FOR 110ml

400g

21

13

99

99

Rhodes Squish assorted

Purity Cream of Maize assorted

Nestle Nespray Milk Powder

00

personal CARE 50ml

BUY 2 FOR 175g

11

99

15

00

Shield Roll On assorted

9/10s

13

99

Alway Pads assorted

90ml

19

99

Coty Exclamation Deo assorted

Sunlight Bath Soap assorted

90/150ml

2x500ml

Adidas Deo Spray assorted

Savlon Banded pack

14

99

47

99

BUY 3 FOR 100ml

25

00

Aquafresh Toothpaste

personal CARE

4x100g

2199

Protex Soap assorted

750ml 2kg

37

99

Sunlight Hand Washing Powder

2kg

46

18

99

99

Handy Andy Cream assorted

750ml

21

99

Sunlight Dishwash Liquid

750ml

1999

Domestos Thick Bleach assorted

20s

14

99

As Good Refuse Bags

Ariel Auto Washing Powder

3x500g

1599

Brite Lite Green Bar Soap

24s

78

99

Twinsaver Toilet Tissue 1ply

3x180ml

29

99

Glade Secrets Banded pack

750ml

22

99

Sta-soft Concentrate

300ml

14

99

Doom Insect Spray assorted

500g

1199

Sunlight Laundry Bar

Prices valid from 10 - 23/5/2018 TRADING HOURS: Mon - Sat : 7am - 18:30 Sun: 8am - 17:00 Tel no: 033 394 8617 157 RETIEF ST. PIETERMARITZBURG

www.supersave.co.za


28

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

MUVHANGO Thursday, May 10 Mulimisi pleads with the ancestors to save Rendani’s life. Meme is a woman haunted by the demons of the past. The mother and daughter feud between Moliehi and Thobile intensifies. Friday, May 11 Hangwani is determined to find out who tried to kill Rendani. Meme is stalking KK, and she has sinister plans for him. Moliehi makes things worse when she cuts off Thobile. Monday, May 14 Mulalo and Teboho bulldoze their way into the Royal house. Meme stages her first encounter with KK, but he unwittingly pushes her over the edge. Thobile is out in the cold, desperate for a job. Tuesday, May 15 The preliminary investigations into Rendani’s murder attempt begins. A flashback from the past reminds Meme of her initial plan. Moliehi is pleased with Thobile for finally doing the right thing.

diabolical secret to be kept buried. A mother in turmoil feels entitled to her pain. An angry party arrives unexpectedly to query a disturbing rumour. Friday, May 11 A guilty party pledges assistance to someone in need, but severs ties with them in the same breath. Rejection causes a painful rift in a family and drives one of them to making a drastic decision. A cunning plan backfires spectacularly and ends up achieving the opposite result.

MY ECHO SOAPIES

Monday, May 14 Yvonne has a new plan in mind — involving a new man — but another woman might have a problem with that. In an escalating family crisis, desperation only widens the rift. Two guilty people hope that the closing of a chapter means the end of the story. Tuesday, May 15 A mother fears the worst for her son, and a demon from the past reappears looking for an ex-con. Romeo is hopeful about meeting a potential ally in the Langa family. A newcomer to the newsroom rubs up two Safe ‘n Clean employees.

Wednesday, May 16 The walls cave in on Mulalo and Teboho when Vho-Mukondeleli contradicts a statement. Meme hits the bottle big time when KK puts the blame on her for their rocky past. Thobile is forced to settle for a job that is beneath her.

Wednesday, May 16 A spy is caught red-handed and forced to change allegiance. A traditional elder has a surprisingly modern response to a pained revelation. An optimist ignores a warning about bringing two enemies into each other’s orbit.

UZALO Thursday, May 10 Nkunzi threatens Mkhonto. Pastor Mdletshe turns down MaNgcobo. Mastermind infuriates Thobile. Friday, May 11 Relationships are never easy and the residents of KwaMashu will learn this in varying degrees. Some will boast while others will feel the strain of infidelity. Relationships will be tested and only time will reveal the outcome. Monday, May 14 MaNgcobo is shocked by what the Xulu’s have to tell her. Gabisile finally finds the thieves with the help of DK. The devil is a woman in tight gym clothing for a tempted Mastermind. Tuesday, May 15 When MaNgcobo decides to force her way into Gxabhashe’s funeral, Mkhonto has a stern warning for her. Gabisile decides there is only one way to deal with delinquent Mumsy, and Zekhethelo learns the hard way that nothing in life is free. Wednesday, May 16 Zekhethelo finds her voice and stands up to Gabisile. Mxolisi is upset that Gxabhashe left nothing behind for him in his will.

IZAZISO •Sicela ukufuniswa umama nobaba ka Zama Luthuli oneminyaka emibili no Ayanda Luthuli ozalwe mhlaka 21/06/2009. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Bandile Gasa ozalwe mhlaka 14/01/2015, umama wakhe waziwa ngo Ntokozo Gasa owayehlala KwaPata. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNKS Hlophe enombolweni ethi : 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Juniour Zuma oneminyaka emithathu kanye no Nhlonipho Zuma oneminyaka emibili, umama wakhe waziwa ngo Sindisiwe Zuma. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Nenekazi Nguse ozalwe mhlaka 19/08/2013 kanye no Inathi Nguse ozalwe mhlaka 13/08/2011, umama wakhe waziwa ngo Nonhlanhla Nguse. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa umama ka Anelani

May 10, 2018

GENERATIONS Thursday, May 10 Gadaffi uses an opportunity to take photos of his ex’s diary. Lesedi turns the tables on Jason when he tries to humiliate her. Cosmo reaches out to his sister but she chases him away. Friday, May 11 Mazwi refuses to join the alliance but is forced to change his mind. Lucy gets dumped. Jack is furious to hear what Michael is up to.

Ntokozo Dlamini as ‘Mastermind’ on Uzalo. PHOTO: SOURCED

ISIDINGO Thursday, May 10 The whole town waits in anticipation to see Lincoln going back to prison. Sechaba is shocked when he learns who has been abusing hotel freebies. Zandre unexpectedly shows up at the Lategan doorstep. Friday, May 11 After publicly announcing that he’ll be arresting Lincoln, Eddie is embarrassed when things don’t go accordingly. Lerato has a fall out with customers at Bokamoso, and reminds them who’s boss, before showing them the door.

Everyone is surprised when Hendrik turns over a new leaf. Monday, May 14 With prison no longer a threat, Lincoln continues to make HD his kingdom again. Lerato’s self-important behaviour gains her few friends. Zandre puts his foot down with Hendrik. Tuesday, May 15 Sechaba tries to undo the PR damage to the hotel but Lerato makes things worse. Lincoln regains Benjamin’s trust but Kgothalo cautions him against this. Hendrik puts his foot

down with Zandre. Wednesday, May 16 The tension around Lerato’s careless comments during her interview escalates to new and terrifying heights. Mmakgosi becomes aware of the friction between Kgothalo and Lincoln and tries to mediate. Lincoln makes a startling revelation. Will Hendrik eventually come around where Zandre’s career choice is concerned? SCANDAL Thursday, May 10 A confession of a diabolical truth prompts a

Monday, May 14 Tshidi is horrified when her rescuer gets stabbed. Mrekza decides it’s time to move on. Sphe puts her foot down, will not risk her mother’s recovery process. Tuesday, May 15 Getty sees straight through her sister’s happy front. Jason’s threat prompts Lesedi to take action. The little green-eyed monster appears when Sphe fusses over Gadaffi. Wednesday, May 16 Zondiwe urges her daughter not to sell out her principles. Cosmo is shocked to find Lucy in tears. The alliance plan their attack on Jack.

Thumela izaziso nezithombe zakho ku lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com Send your notices to Echo or e-mail lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

Magwenyana, Fungiswa Remotesa, Thabisile Mphuthi kanye no Senzo Magwenyana, umama wabo waziwa ngo Nomvula Mgwenyana, ubaba wabo Thulani Mphuthi ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Kwazi Molefe ozalwe mhlaka 24/11/2007 no Jenoca Molefe ozalwe mhlaka 11/09/2009. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Khayone Feni uzalwe mhlaka 09/08/2016, Mothiwane Lingomso uzalwe mhlaka 08/08/2017. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Zolani Dlamini uzalwe mhlaka 31/0/2003, umama wakhe obewaziwa ngoNompilo Eunice Dlamini ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Olwethu Lindani Gumede ozalwa mhlaka

11/11/2008. Umama wakhe wayaziwa ngo Thembelihle Nontsikelele Gumede ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba kaDavid Nicholas Fourie ozalwa mhlaka 27/07/2007. Umama wakhe wayaziwa ngo Alanha Latitia Fourie ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi : 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Xolelwa Beatrice Mchune ozalwe mhlaka 19/04/2004, umama wakhe uSizeni Mirriet Mdunge ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Biotumelo Sarah Mokoena ozalwe mhlaka 04/11/2010, umama wakhe Umpho Mokoena ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Omuhle Ndlovu ozalwe mhlaka 28/12/2015, umama wakhe uSinethemba Ndlovu ongase-

kho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Precious Ngwenya ozalwe mhlaka 01/08/2009 no nhlovuko Suprise Ngwenya, umama wakhe uMillicent Mbali Ngwenya ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNksHlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Sicela ukufuniswa u ababa (Mongezi Mathambo) no mama (Sesethu Tshoma) ka Olwethu Tshoma ozalwe mhlaka 14/06/2014, Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle T. Zondi, S. Gumede, N. Mdunge, N. Dlamini kanye noNks Hlophe enombolweni ethi: 033 342 8971. •Umnyango wezokuThuthukiswa koMphakathi,ihhovisi lase-Pietermaritzburg licela ukufuniswa uBaba kaDladla Thembelihle noDladla Thulasizwe owaziwa ngoMsomi Thulani,ubuye aziwe ngo-Thabang ongaziwa ukuthi ukuphi. Owabathola kuDladla Eunice Ngoneni ongasekho.Onolwazi sicela athinte uSonhlalakahle Zondi Ntokozo kulenombolo 033 392 8609. •Besicela ukufuniswa uMama kaAbongwe Mkhulwane owu-Nkosazane

Noluthando Mkhulwane owayehlala ePietermartzburg kuWest Street. Onolwazi sicela athintane noSonhlalakahle uNksz Zondi ku033 392 8600. •Besicela ukufuniswa ubazali bakaNaledi Patsa. UMama womntwana waziwa ngelika-Clementine Patsa Kanti ubaba akaziwa. U-Clementine Patsa wagcina aziwa ehlala kuWest Street ePietermartzburg. Onganolwazi uyacelwa axhumane noSonhlalakahle uNksz Zondi enombolwenie ethi: 033 392 8600 •Besicela ukufuniswa abazali bakaAbongwe Mkhulwane. UMama womnwana uNoluthando Mkhulwane kanti ubaba akaziwa. UNoluthando wagcina ehlala kuWestStreet uptown onganolwazi uyacelwa axhumane noSonhlalakahle uNksz Zondi ku-:033 392 8600. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubazali bakaNaledi Patsa. UMama womntwana waziwa Angelika clementine Patsa kanti ubaba akaziwa. Onganolwazi akaxhumane noNksz Zondi ku033 392 8600. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba kaHappy Phngula ongaziwa ozalwa uMakhosazane Phungul ongasekho. Wazalelwa endaweni yaseXopo. Onolwazi sicela athintane nosonhlalakahle u-X.P Mahlobo enombolweni ethi: 033 505 0083.


10 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

KHAYELIHLE Funeral Services

MKHIZE Silas

1936-08-07-2018-05-05

JILI Mzwenhlanhla Wiseman 1967-04-06-2018-05-02 Obengowase 634 Unit 15

Imbali. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. X Staff: Hulamin. Obengowase 2155 Mondi Road Imbali Unit 1. Uzofihlwa ngoLwesine emathuneni aseSnathing. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seLife Bible Church. (KwaManyathi) Skhumbuzo Ngwenya Road ngo 10 ekuseni

KHAYELIHLE ervices

Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MBONA Ntombizonke Vincencia 1928-06-10-2018-05-03

Obengowase Ballogowen. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni asekhaya. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MAJOZI Delisile Mary-Jane

1966-10-15-2018-05-03

Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

ZUMA Zanele

1967-02-06-2018-05-03

Obengowase Ottos Bluff Farm. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni asekhaya. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

LEKHOABA David Sifiso

LEKHOABA Duduzile Margaret

1956-09-19-2018-05-05

ECHO IMBALI 2: 4 room house R340 000. IMBALI I: (Newly renova1400 ted) 3 bed house R580 000 EDENDALE: 10 room house PERSONAL R395 000 1460 TYLARS: Rondovel with big Network Marketing land R48 000 engabe udinga extra NORTHDALE: Cnr site R170 income! 076 862 4908 000. 076988221 or 0842411975 GENERAL & IMBALI STAGE 2: HOME SERVICES R380 000, 2 bed home in a quiet location. Tile floors and pine ceiling in lounge. FOR HIRE 079 493 4647 PERSONAL SERVICES

1820

TLB

Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

1958-03-12-2018-05-05

HIRE Contact

Jackson

082 654 7341

Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MANYONI Sumo Franus

1969-06-05-2018-05-04

Obengowase Ntabamhlophe-Estcourt. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni asekhaya,. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

NGCONGO Vumile

1968-01-01-2018-05-07

Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MCHUNU Bekuphiwa Richards

1950-07-02-2018-05-07

Obengowase 2226 Willowfontein. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MZOBE Fana Petros

1950-03-11-2018-05-08

ARE you selling your 4 - roomed house ? We pay lots of cash. Call: Vincent: 083 461 5011

UNIT 18 IMBALI: Out Building 2 room CALL:076 591 0044

SAVING Money SAVING Time

ADVERTISING

PROPERTIES

about your business services under 3275

Obengowase 1724 Impala Road Imbali Unit 2. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seIkhwezi Lokusa eMaromni Imbali Unit 1 ngo 11 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices

3301

3315

HOUSES FOR SALE

Obengowase 1724 Impala Road Imbali Unit 2. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seIkhwezi Lokusa eMaromni Imbali Unit 1 ngo 11 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices

PROPERTIES WANTED TO BUY

ROOMS TO LET

1943-06-01-2018-05-06

Obengowase 136 Msimang Road Sobantu. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seLuthella eSobantu ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices

Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

classifieds

DLADLA Edna

Obengowase Esinathing –Table Mountain. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni asekhaya. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices

UNIT 2: 4 room R260 000 SLANGSPRUIT: house R130 000 UNIT 2: 4 bed R595 000 GEZUBUSO: 3 bed R350 000 EDENDALE: 3 bed R250 000 THORNVILLE: Unfinished 3 bed House R120 000 Uma ufuna ukuthenga, noma ufuna ukudayisa umuzi wakho thinta u. Thokozani Mdunge ku 072 624 3278 Sithenga imizi ngo-cash EASTWOOD House and site for sale. Call: 071 346 0350. GEZUBUSO - 3 bed, 2 bath, near main road. R300-000.00 neg. 076 146 6436

Do you need more customers? WE KNOW HOW! ADVERTISE TODAY! Call 087 741 2666

CLASSIFIEDS

is cheaper than advertising your business on other mediums like TV ads, radio, etc – FAST and

EFFICIENT!

DR KARIMU UMTHANDAZI -Ukukhulisa induku -Ukubuyisa isthandwa sakho -Amagundane alanda imali -Ukunyamalalisa isisu -Ukuwina ilotto ne powerball -Umuthi wentombi, Uthandeke -Ukuwina amacala -Izikweletu ezingapheli

071 739 5644

MAMA SHAMIM SHREE(36) IN SCOTSVILLE:

Obengowase France-Mpumelelo. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

Obengowase Caluza. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseLuganda. Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sePress eCaluza ngo 9 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

Page 29

I was so desperate in my family, my children were totally disorganized and did not want to finish their education because of drugs, my husband had no respect for me and he even dated women in my presence. I contacted MAMA SHAMIM and charged me R100 only. But believe me with MAMA SHAMIM powder, everything changed perfectly. All our children are back to school, paid all my debts, she even gave me muthi for lotto and I won 4.8million. So I advise all women not to sit , Just go to MAMA SHAMIM you will never regret Try her for job promotion, court cases, lost lover, luck, divorce, conceive, marriage etc ALL JOBS ARE 100% GUARANTEED PAY AFTER SUCCESS CALL OR WHATSAPP 073 933 7116

Philadelphia Educare offers

Baby care from 3 months Grade RR and R Breakfast and lunch provided Times: 6 am to 6 pm Qualified staff Boarding facility available 20 year experience

PLACE AN ADVERT BY CONTACTING OUR CLASSIFIEDS TEAM: Phone: 033 355 1251 Email: lerato.chaka@witness.co.za

UMVIKI arpor ts C

Specialising in:

* CARPORTS * ALUMINIUM WINDOW DOORS,, ETC.

Contact Fiona Adams – 084 030 3210 Boom Street area

PROF. ISSA

PAY AFTER SUCCESS Specialist in: • Love affairs • To bring back lost lover in 1 day • Financial Problems • Sexual Problems • Remove Witchcraft and destroy evil spirits NB: We finish unfinished jobs by other Doctors

CALL: 083 402 2347 079 044 4485

DR BENGU MUKHULU

• Siyabethela umuzi • Buyisa isthandwa 15 mins • Gudluza isitha 1 hour • Buyisa umutu uthwetshuliwe 2 hours. • Imali esheshayo 30 mins, • amagundane alanda imali 20 mins • Hola kathathu, • Sula isikweletu 2 hours • Magic wallet 10 mins, • Ngilunisa yonke into, • Thola ingane • Thola iskhundla, win lotto and casino • Khipa isisu. • Khipa tokolosho • Pass exams • Ukukhulisa Induku

078 504 5606.

Maritzburg Echo and Media24 have not verified whether any of the services or products advertised are safe to use or will have the desired effect or outcome. Readers are warned that they should carefully consider and verify the advertiser’s credentials. Maritzburg Echo and Media 24 does not accept any liability whatsoever in respect of any of the services and goods advertised. LIFE IS GOOD . . . I GOT A HOUSE, CAR, BUSINESS, PAID OFF ALL MY DEBTS

I WORKED AS A TEACHER FOR 29 YEARS BUT HAD NO MONEY, WAS POOR, DEEP IN DEPTS Queen wiped my tears. She put R8,9M into my bank account and house. Queen don’t ask people any fee. You give her anything you want after all your problems are solved. Call SMS or Whatspp her or help – free of charge on:

083 562 5044

“JUST AFTER ONE CONSULTATION, DR JUMA CHANGED OUR LIVES” PILLAY (46YRS )FROM NORTHDALE: we heard about DR. JUMA 2yrs ago but we couldn’t believe until when Moulana referred us to him and he asked us to come with R100 and our lives changed. I won R9.7m in Lotto, we had tried many doctors but all failed. After 2days my wife consulted DR. JUMA, he gave her a magic ring to wear it on her right hand, when she reached the Casino she began playing the machine and later went to he table everyone looked at her as she was won R2.6m in the Casino. After we bought 2 brand new cars, a house and opened up business. She also told us to use the same ring in our business premises and now is booming. THANK YOU DR. JUMA WE REGARD YOU AS OUR FAMILY FATHER. NAIDOO (46YRS): I got fired at work last year in June, I tried everywhere to get a job but didn’t, later my husband went away with another woman because I wasn’t working. He used to drink alcohol and chase me out of the house with my kids. Can you imagine a Muslim man after 56yrs. But believe me I went to DR. JUMA he gave me KATIKO powder, within one day I got a call from Edgars store and Cell c Ballito, now am happy, working and my husband is back after 2days, he apologized bought me a brand new car and he stopped drinking. THANK YOU DR. JUMA YOU SAVED MY MARRIAGE. DR JUMA also helps in problems like: love, Luck, marriage, promotion at work, cleasing etc.

ALL JOBS 100% GUARANTEED PAY AFTER SUCCESS CALL OR WHATSAPP 063 579 1202

FOR THE BEST PRICE CALL

083 723 3771/071 805 4268 THIS MONTH SPECIAL: SINGLE CAR PORT - R8500 DOUBLE DAR PORT - R13500

WORKMANSHIP GUARANTEED

DR ABDUL MKHULU

100% Call 078 921 8414

1. Imali esheshayo R350 2. Imali engena ebank R300 3. Khulisa induku R390 4. Buyisa isthandwa R170 5. Magic wallet and ring R200 6. Win lotto and casino R150 7. Nyamalisa isisu R400 8. Win court cases R500

FREE QUOTES

MAMA ANNAH - Bring back lost lover same day - Win lotto, casino, quick money - a magundane alanda imali - Pregnancy problems - Family problems - Magic pot, magic wallet - Stop early ejaculation (men’s clinic) - Penis enlargement

MAMA ANNAH

CALL: 071 042 2043 CALL MAMA ANNAH FOR APPOINTMENT

Have you given up in life? Never give up, try SISTER AAMAR

Which will solve all your problems including: 1. Financial Problems with her Lucky Ring, Lucky Wallet and Lucky Charm for Casino, Lotto to be powerful in politics, Horse Racing, Powerball and Soccer Betting, etc. More power in politics and administration. 2. Men and Women – Manhood Boosters, bum, hips and breast cream. 3. Business spells to win tenders, get promotions at work. Boost your business. Win court cases. Get out of jail. Passing exams and buying and selling of houses. Protection for yourself, business and property. 4. Love Spells she got the Sadawana oil, Holy Water, Strengthen relationships to get married to get loved and respected, stop divorce, etc. You will never regret after using her love spell. Other herbalists, preachers, healers and sangomas who need more power are all welcome. NORTHDALE – RAISETHORPE CELL 078 720 5864


Page 30

Maritzburg ECHO

100% GUARANTEE

MERIES WOMEN CLINIC

Herbal & Psychic Specialist Farrah Numba UNLOCKING LIVES

Why you suffer yet others are happy come find out today for all your life path, worries or challenges & find out your final solution & unfinished Job

- All pregnancy problems - Free counselling done - It is safe and done clear

QUICK RESULTS!! Lost Lover, Divorce, Marriage Problems, Business & Job, Promotion & Career, Solutions, Lucky Stick, Lucky key to close your debits, Magic Wallet, Magic Ring to make you rich, Misfortune, Clean Bad Luck & Casting Spells, Pregnancy Problems & Childlessness, Revenge spell, Do you wants to stop cheating or cheated. Women Sexual Boosting, Winning Political leadership & Tenders

CALL 078 121 7879

INYANGA 100% KHOKAH R100

Wina ama tender and loans, buyisa isithandwa sakho, hola kabili, ukubuyisa iznito ezintshontsiwe, amagundane alanda imali, gudluza isitha, phelisa izikweletu, woza woza webhizinisi likhuphuke, thola ingane, umshado, umuzi, umsebenzi, ukuvimbela amasela ekhaya nabathakathi, umazibuthe wemali, umsebenzi ongapheli wabantu abadala, casino and lotto, ngena esitolo ubuye nemali, thola udokotela e PMB Fonela ku 078 521 6125

078 031 0049 PMB

PRINCE ALI

065 552 9398 • Brings back lost lover • Pregnancy problems • Weak man in bed • Muthi for luck • Court cases • Karls cream and pills for hips and bums • Financial problems • Magic wallet and ring • Unfinished jobs by other doctors

MAMA SHANEEZ From Pemba Island is back Pay after success • Hips and bums and pregnancy problems • Lost lover • Win interview, casino, lotto and tenders • Magic wallet and ring for money • Boost your business with more customers • Remove badluck • Men’s clinic 078 689 9735/ 060 603 8121 CALL OR WHATSAPP

MAMA SARAH AND BABA AKIM

I am Zinhle from Imbali. I once worked for Jawelan on Pietermaritz St, unfortunately it was closed and we were not paid. I started having financial problems, I got across this paper and I saw MAMA SARAH AND BABA AKIM to whom I call my blesser cos I gave him R100 and made me win lotto of R75000. Thanks MAMA SARAH AND BABA AKIM for saving me and I recommend him for even others. MY name is Nosipho, Zinhles sister, I had a big problem for 6yrs and one day I heard my sister Zinhle praying and giving thanks and appreciations to MAMA SARAH AND BABA AKIM, so I also contacted him about my lost lover and he helped me bring back my husband and I am now happy after the miracles from MAMA SARAH AND BABA AKIM.

* Magic ring and wallet * Horse racing and betting * Boost business and contract * Recovery of stolen properties * Bring back lost lover * Removal of evil spirits * Pregnancy problems * Man power and enlargement * Divorce and court cases * Take control of your life and destiny with Dr Sunari Call or whatsapp 060 477 7774

078 796 8427 MAMA JUJU

With only R200 you can change your life with mama Juju

CALL OR WHATSAPP 063 103 6696 .

PMB WOMEN’S CLINIC

• All pregnancy problems • Same day and pain free • Safe • Ukunyamalalisa isisu izinyanga zonke CALL/ WHATSAPP 073 272 1143

AMIL (48YRS) FROM RAISETHORPE:

I won R11millions in lotto, l have been working for 18yrs now, Earning a good salary but it wasn’t enough for my needs, l was blacklisted and my wife left, I tried many doctors and failed to help me until l found DR.ALI AND MAMA who asked me R100 only and gave me MUGO STICK to play lotto and I won R11 MILLIONS. After winning I went back and paid 10%, He also gave me MINDI to bring back my wife and she came back. We’re happily married with our 2 children, l paid my debts, I bought a house, a car and started up my own business. I also took my cousin to DR.ALI AND MAMA, she was struggling to survive with her child and she won R2.4millions in power ball. For any other kind of problems like: Bring back lost lovers, promotion at work, are you looking for a job, salary increase, magic wallet, pass exams and interviews, stop cheating, Alcohol and Drugs, magic ring and conceiving and many more. THANKS DR .ALI AND MAMA ALL JOBS 100% GUARANTEED CALL OR WHATSAPP 063 212 7261

GREAT SKILLS FROM NATURAL EXPERIENCED AND POWERFUL FORCES

Whatsapp:

!!100% Izinkinga zemali kuphela, iLotto/casino, imali engena ebank, wallet magic, sula izikweletu, amagundane. 078 871 2593

PAY AFTER SUCCESS DR. ALI AND MAMA

DR SUNARI 060 477 7774

Mama Zonke STOP SUFFERING IN SILENCE

10 May 2018

1. Ukubuyisa isithandwa nemphahla (24 hours) 2. Ukuthola umShado (3 days) 3. Ukhulisa induku namahips 4. Ukuwina amacala, tenders, lotto. 5. Amagundane alanda imali (24 hours) 6. Magic wallet and ring 7. Ukunyamalalisa isisu

Call or whatsup 078 283 2752

COME AND SEE MIRACLES WITH MAMA HUSNA AND MAKE 2018 YOUR YEAR OF SUCCESS I am Kiran Naidoo 38 years from Khan Road, thank you so much Mama Husna for making me happy again, after being disappointed by so many doctors. I went to Mama Husna with R120 only and she gave me mutuba stick to put under my bed and dreamt 6 winning lotto numbers which I couldn’t believe but when I played them I won 16million, bought a new house, brand new car and cleared all my debts. Oh my God, I now believe in miracles and I am happy again with my family. I am Shenise from Raisethorpe Thanks to Mama Husna for bringing back my husband who had left me for 2 years. When I went to mama Husna she burnt some muthi for me, asked me for my husbands names which I gave her and when I went home after 6 hours my husband phoned me and told me he wants to come back and since then we are happy and my family is all together now. If you don’t believe in miracles, come see then by yourself with mama Husna because she can solve different problems like court cases, unfinished jobs, casino and many more.

FOR APPOINTMENT CALL/WHATSAPP: 073 337 8800 100% GUARANTEED

My THIS IS HOW I WON R77 000 my name is Sandile from Catoridge, I once worked for one company in Mkhondeni unfortunately I was called off without any payment after 6 yrs of service and I suffered financial distress which left me with a lot of debts and led my wife leaving me because I couldn’t afford basics anymore. 1 day I saw BABA KHAN’S advert and I contacted him about my situation. He charged me R100 to read my fortune and chose lotto using my stars where I won R77 000 and paid off my debts and then started a business and he brought back my wife to me. THANKS BABA KHAN for saving me and I recommend him to others. MY name is Lungi from Richmond, I had problems for 3 months, 1 day I was in PMB and I saw people picking up paper and I also took it and I saw BABA KHAN’S Advert and I contacted him for my lost lover and he helped me bring back my husband and I am now happy after the miracles.

PAY AFTER SUCCESS He can also help you with other problems, don’t be disappointed by other Doctors. CALL OR WHATSAPP BABA KHAN NOW 063 973 6926

I WON THE JACKPOTS IN SIBAYA CASINO USING MAMA HADIJAH’S SAMULI POWDER After 7 years of pain I’m finally happy after consulting Mama Hadijah with only R100 last week. He gave me Samuli powder and I won 6.5million in the jackpot in Sibaya Casino. I paid all my debts, bond and house were almost going away by the banks, cars were already repossessed. Long live Mama Hadijah. Aisha From Raisthorpe: I lost my husband last year in June, he left me with 2kids, fortunately he had built a house, small business currently running. But my in-laws turned against me wanted to take away my house because I was not officially married to him and the business was not doing well, the insurance also delayed to release the money that belonged to my husband. After Consulting Mama Hajidah my business is doing well, the insurance also released the money that belonged to my husband and we are now happy. She also gave me a magic ring and I won R2.5million in lotto. Mama Hajidah also specialises in: Helps cleansing bad luck, lost lovers, giving luck, promotion at work, divorce, marriage, family problems, getting jobs, stopping alcohol and drugs, court cases and many more.. PAY AFTER SUCCESS ALL JOBS 100% GUARANTEED ALL RELIGIONS WELCOME .

CALL OR WHATSAPP

071 954 6481


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 10, 2018

Izilomo zoMhlaba ziza eMzansi JERRY BARNES

I

NINGI labalandeli bebhola baseMzansi mhlawumbe bacabange ukuthi bayaphupha uma bezwa imibiko ethi iqembu elikhulu lase-Spain iFC Barcelona lizovakashela eMzansi kungekudala. Iqiniso lithi izikhulu ze-Mamelodi Sundowns ne-South African Football Association (Safa), abaxhasi kanye neBarca bonke basebenza ngokubambisana futhi bamatasa baphothula amalungiselelo okuvakasha kwaleliqembu eliqukethe izihlabani kuphela. Lomdlalo kulindeleke ukuthi uhehe amehlo amaningi emhlabeni wonke ozobizwa ngokuthi yi-Champions vs Champions, ozoba ngomhla ka-16 kuNhlaba (May) enkundleni yezemidlalo i-FNB Stadium. Phela izingwazi zaseMansi nezisanda kudla umhlanganiso kwi-Premier Soccer League (PSL) iMamelodi Sundowns iyoqhuthana amakhizane noshampeni base-Spain be-LaLiga

iBarcelona. Ngelempelasonto edlule uMengameli we-Safa uDkt Danny Jordaan nomsunguli waMasandawana uMnuz Patrice Motsepe kade beyobuka umdlalo obuphakathi kwe-Real Madrid ne-Barca nalapho bebehlele ukuphothula izingxoxo ngalomdlalo. Okumnandi wukuthi i-Sundowns ne-Barca basebenzisana ngokuzwana futhi bayaqikelela ukuthi izinhlelo zabo zemidlalo aziphazamiseki. AmaSandawana asehlehlise umdlalo wabo we-Confederation of African Football (Caf) Champions League abazowudlala ne-Horoya AC yaseGuinea ngomhla ka-15 kuNhlaba (May). Lokuvakasha kwaleliqembu eMzansi kuzoba kungokwesibili emlandweni wabo neSundowns. Ngonyaka ka-2007 labolama qembu bake bahlangana badlala ePitoli eLoftus Versfeld nalapho iBarca yafika khona no-Ronaldinho no-Samuel Eto’o, bakwazi ukunqoba ngo 2-1.

THE National Futsal League (NFL) title is back in Pietermaritzburg, thanks to an amazing winning run by Young Natalians in recent months. The goal-crazy local outfit have secured the title for the second time in three seasons through winning their last eight matches, after being put under immense pressure by defending champions eThekwini City. “What’s more amazing about our league success is that almost every one of our last five or so games were mustwin affairs because eThekwini had played more games than us and got points from those, so we needed to keep winning to keep our title hopes and fortunately, we did,” said elated Natalians coach Greg Nair. “Because of the way the league panned out, basically from the start of the second round of fixtures, we were in a real pressure situation. So, I thought the guys did very well under the circumstances.” Nair’s champions will close the 12match league season with a derby against Maritzburg Hotspurs at the local YMCA on Friday, following crucial 5-1 wins they posted against both Tshwane City and OBC Chicken in Gauteng at the weekend to move into an unassailable position in the standings. He can foresee his men getting another win this week to crown their glory, and he knows they will also be extremely hungry to win the NFL knockout tournament planned for July. “Two seasons ago, we won the

NONDUMISO ZAKWE

league and Cup, but it was a hard pill to swallow when we finished second to eThekwini in the league and Cup last season. “As such, we started this season with the big aim of reclaiming the league. We knew the team to beat would be eThekwini and that we had to do it in both rounds of the league, which we did,” explained Nair, a car parts dealer in the city. “Game by game, we got stronger, and I think the big difference for us this season has been our ability to dominate possession even more than before, up to 90% in games. “The new players we brought in, such as Quincy Ngcobo, were also a great help and really supported our top striker Tsepo Liphuko. We also had a lot of playing and coaching experience to count on, and we played with high intensity throughout. “Now, we plan to win the Cup again.” In terms of the log standings ahead of this week’s final league matches, Natalians, eThekwini and Hotspurs will remain in the top three positions regardless of the match outcomes.In fact, the other teams will also stay where they are at present because of the points situation which has seen KwaZulu-Natal sides dominate the NFL once again. HOW THEY STAND Team Natalians eThekwini Hotspurs Titans Eagles OBC Tshwane

PW 11 9 12 8 11 7 11 5 11 3 11 2 11 1

D 1 2 0 1 3 1 0

L 1 2 4 5 5 8 10

F 42 76 45 53 52 35 23

A 28 45 36 51 55 47 63

Pts 28 26 21 16 12 7 3

PHOTO: NFL

Young Natalians of Pietermaritzburg have won the National Futsal League (NFL) for the second time in three seasons.

31

Abadlali baseMzansi abasheshe baye phesheya JERRY BARNES UMAKADE ebona nenkalakatha yebhola ezalwa ezweni lase-Senegal neyadlala isikhathi eside phesheya kwezilwandle u-El Hadji Diof uthi abadlali baseMzansi abavuke babhukule ukuze kusizakale iqembu lesizwe. Lesihlabani sodumo nenxele elali dlala ibhola kuchazeke izibukeli sikhala ngokuthi abadlali baseMzansi bathanda kakhulu ukudlalela amaqembu asekhaya isikhathi eside futhi bayazisaba izinselelo ezibahlukumezayo kwamanye amazwe. Uthe: “Uma uwumdlali kufanele wazi ukuthi ufana nesosha ngoba kungenzeka umsebenzi wakho ukuse noma yilaphi. “Ngiyavuma uma uwumdlali webhola uqala ngokwakha igama lakho ekhaya, kodwa akuphusile ukuchitha isikhathi eside kwiligi yezwe lakho. Ukuphuma uyozama kwamanye amazwe kuyakuqinisa futhi kukufundise okuningi bese uba umdlali oncono kunakuqala,”kusho u-Diof. Phela lenkalakatha eyake yadlalela i-Portsmouth, i-Bolton Wanderers kanye ne-Liverpool ikhulume

kanje emasontweni ambalwa edlule ngesikhathi izicukuthwane nekomiti elikhankasela indebe yomhlaba e-Morocca (Moroccan 2026 Fifa FA World Cup bid) ebezivakashele e-Safa House futhi bathola nethuba lokuvakashela amakilabhu ambalwa e-PSL. Lensephe ikhala ngokuthi abadlali balelizwe babukeka benelisekile futhi befudumele ngokudlala kwi-PSL nokungenzeka ukuthi abanye abacabangi ukuya phesheya. “Ukwenza nokucabanga kwabadlali base-South Africa kufanele kushintshe. Ukudlala kwi-PSL kuhle futhi kuyisiqalo esihle kodwa ikusasa lakho alingagcini lapho. Ukuya kwabadlali abaningi balelizwe phesheya kunyusa izinga lebhola emaqenjini esizwe ikakhulukazi iBafana Bafana.” Uthe ulume indlebe uPercy Tau embuza ukuthi yini ndaba namanje esadlala kwiPSL hayi phesheya?. Uthe uTau angafike adlale athi khaxa kwi-Real Madrid ekwi-LaLiga e-Spain. “Lomfana ayikho into angenayo njengomdlali futhi alikho iqembu angeke akwazi ukulidlalela phesheya, ngitshele-ke usalindeni,”kusonga u-Diof.

Ndlovu urges team-mates to focus on league match

Winning run earns young natalians the title CARL PETERS

Okumnandi ukuthi izikhulu zeSundowns zisayine isivumelwano sokuthi i-Barcelona iphoqelekile ukuthi ilethe izihlabani ezifana no-Lionel Messi, u-Luis Suarez kanye nabanye abahlale beseqenjini. Usomaqhinga wabaqeqeshi weSafa nowake waba ngukapteni weBafana Bafana ne-Kaizer Chiefs u-Neil Tovey uthi kuhle ukubona amaqembu aseMzansi afana ne-Sundowns emema izingwazi zomhlaba ukuze bazwane amandla ngoba kuzovula amathuba amaningi kanti nokuzimaketha kubalulekile. UMnuz Tovey uthi kufanele kukhumbuleke ukuthi amaSandawane anabadlali abaningi abasebancane abafana no- Percy Tau, uSibusiso Vilakazi noThemba Zwane nabanethalente kanti lomdlalo uzobanika ithuba lokuthi babonwe uMhlaba wonke nezivakashi. Uthe: “Imidlalo enje nobudlelwano obunje kufanele buqhubeke ukuze kusizwane futhi sincele ulwazi kwabangcono kunathi.”

SPORT

WITH one eye on the Nedbank Cup trophy, grief-stricken Maritzburg United are putting on a brave face as they look to conclude their magical Absa Premiership season with a home win against Golden Arrows this weekend, according to midfielder Siphe­sihle Ndlovu (pictured). The 21-year-old Ndlovu is one of three players who are back in contention from suspension for the clash at Harry Gwala Stadium, the others being Mxolisi Kunene and Richard Ofori. The trio missed the club’s 2-0 defeat against Kaizer Chiefs in the last game in Johannesburg and, despite trying circumstances facing the local club at the moment as they prepare to bid their final farewell to deceased team-mate Luyanda Ntshangase tomorrow, Ndlovu said they still had hopes of finishing in third place in the Premiership. He said: “We are obviously still coming to

terms with what has happened. It hasn’t “We are not focusing on the nature of the been easy for us. We’ve lost two brothers in match being a derby or grudge match. one season, but we know how important this It’s a game that offers a chance for us to finish game is. third. “We need to draw strength from this situa“It’s going to be an emotional match betion and try to win. We still have a slim chance cause Luyanda was a brother.” to finish in third position, so we have to keep our foot on the gas.” THE MSUNDUZI MUNICIPALITY Earlier this season another LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT NO 16 OF 2013 young Maritzburg reserve, MlonINVITATION TO COMMENT di Dlamini, died in a car accident. The Msunduzi municipality has received the following application in The Midlands side head into terms the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (No. 16 of Saturday’s encounter sitting in 2013) and the Msunduzi municipality’s spatial planning and land use fourth place on the log with 43 management bylaws. points — just two adrift of Kaizer Application description in full: Chiefs who have a daunting trip Application for council’s consent to allow a “Place of Public Entertainment” to relegation-threatened Ajax on a “General Industrial” Cape Town on the same day. Property description as per title deed: But the KwaMpumuza-born Portion 200 ( of 3) of the Farm Shortts Retreats No. 1208, Mkondeni. player, who recently received a Physical address/ describe location: Bafana Bafana call-up, is not 78A Gladys’s Manzi Road, Mkondeni fazed by the nature of Saturday’s clash being a provincial A copy of the application is available for inspection during office hours (08h00 and 16h00) at the Town Planning Offices, 5th Floor, Professor derby, but rather sees it as an opNyembezi Building, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. portunity to claim maximum Written comments must be lodged with the Town Planning Administrator points. (Tel 033 392 2180), by e-mail to Ziphelele.Shinga@msunduzi.gov.za, The hope is that the Soweto hand delivered to the Town Planning Offices (address stated above) or giants drop points in Cape Town. by post to Private Bag X 1393, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 by 11 June 2018. Ndlovu, who is itching to get Failure to submit comments by the closing date or to include contact back on the pitch this coming details disqualifies the person from the right to receive personal notice of weekend, also offered his heartany meeting or public hearing and the right to appeal against the decision felt condolences to the Ntshanof the Municipality. gase family who will bury their Mr. S Hadebe City Hall son tomorrow in his hometown. Acting MUNICIPAL MANAGER Pietermaritzburg MASIPALA WASEMSUNDUZI SPATIAL PLANNING AND LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT NO 16 OF 2013 ISIMEMO SOKUNIKEZELA NGEMIBONO UMasipala waseMsunduzi uthole isicelo ngokwesimiso se Spatial Planning and Land use Management Act (No. 16 of 2013) ne Msunduzi By-Laws , sokuchibiyelwa kwe Town Planning Scheme kanje:Incazelo yesicelo:Isicelo sifakelwe ukucela imvume yomkhandlu yokuvueleka kwe “Place of Public Entertainment” endaweni evumeleke I “General Industrial”. Isiza sesicelo:INgxenye 200 ( ka 3) yeFamu Shortts Retreat number 1208, Mkondeni Ikheli lesicelo:78A Glady’s Manzi Road, Mkondeni Incwadi yesicelo iyatholakala ukuze uyihlaziye, phakathi kwezikhathi zokusebenza (08h00 - 16h00) ehhovisi leDevelopment Services efasiteleni lemibuzo, 5th Floor, Professor Nyembezi Centre, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Imibono mayelana nesicelo ingethulwa kwiTown Planning Administrator yakwaMasipala waseMsunduzi ngocingo (033 392 2180), nge e-mail (Ziphelele.Shinga@msunduzi.gov.za), ngesikhahlamezi (033 392 2576), yethulwe ngesandla emahhovisi noma iposelwe ku (Private Bag X 1393, Pietermaritzburg, 3200) ungakashayi umhlaka 11 June 2018. UMasipala waseMsunduzi angeke uyamukela imibono efika emuva kwesikhathi sokuvalwa esinqunyiwe. Abantu abahlulekile ukuveza imibono yabo ngesikhathi ngeke bakwazi ukuphikisana nesinqumo sikaMasipala. Mr S Hadebe City Hall iBambhela leMenja kaMasipala Pietermaritzburg


maritzburg ECHO

SPORT

10 May 2018

Sizes: 5-9

Were: re: R400 R4

Many more indoor Specials

Were: re: R400 R4 Selected Styles!

29995

Were: re: R700 R7

Selected Styles!

24995

49995

033 394 9077/ 063 442 4717

PAGE 32

Bafuna ukuthuthukisa i-netball eMbali LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

U

KUQALA ikilabhu efundisa intsha ibhola lezandla (netball) ngenye yezindlela uMnuz Thobani Ndlovu acabanga ukuthi izogcina intsha imatasatasa ingagcini seyenza izinto ezingalungile. UMnuz Ndlovu uthe uqale lekilabhu ebizwa ngokuthi yi-Oteniqua ngonyaka ka-2016 ngenhloso yokuvuselela uthando lomdlalo webhola lezandla endaweni yaseMbali. Selokhu eyivulile lekilabhu uMnuz Ndlovu usenezigaba ezintathu nokungu U-17, U-19 kanye nesigaba sabantu abadala. Wonke lamantombazane angaphansi kwalekilabhu azilolonga esikoleni samabanga aphakeme iZamaZulu zonke izinsuku ntambama. “Into eyangigqugquzela kakhulu ukuthi ngifuna ukuqala lento engiyenzayo kungemuva kokuba khona intombazane yaseMbali Unit 2 eyazibulala ngoba inezinkinga. “Ngabe sengiya esontweni nalapho umfundisi afike wakhuluma ngalolu daba wabe esebuza ukuthi njengoba sihleli sikhuluma ngokuthi intsha ibhekene nezinkinga yini thina esiyenzayo njengomphakathi ukulekelela nokwenza isiqiniseko sokuthi intsha ihleli

imatasatasa ukuze bangacabangi izinto ezingalungile. Ahlala kumina ngaphakathi lamazwi amfundisi. “Ngesikhathi ngiqala ngiqoqa amantombazane kuzona zonke izindawo ezakhelene neMbali Unit 2. “Ngaqala nginabantu abayi-12 kuphela nabo bancipha babayi-10 kodwa lokho akuzange kungithene amandla okuthi ngiqhubeke. Ngaqhubeka ngabekezela yize kunzima njengoba ngiwumuntu ongasebenzi. “Ngabanikeza izinto zami zokudlala ibhola bazishintsha bazenza umfaniswano wabo kwazise ngangiwumuntu owayedlala ibhola,” kubeka yena. Uqhube wathi ufuna ukuqhubeka ashumayele iVangeli lokuthi abantu abeze bazojoyina ukuze bezodlala nabo. Uthe : “Ngiyagqugquzela nasezikoleni ukuthi bangalulaxazi lolu hlobo lo mdlalo ngoba zikhona izingane ezinethalente lawo futhi ezinekusasa kuwona. Akungabhekwa ukuthi zihlalaphi noma zifundaphi kodwa okubalulekile ithalente lazo. “Nginezingane engaqala nazo lekilabhu esezidlala ezingeni lezwe, elesifundazwe kanti abanye badlalela isiFunda saseMgungundlovu. Lokhu kuyakhombisa ukuthi likhona ithalente nokuthi kukhulu esingakwenza uma

Abadlalela iqembu le-netball ngaphansi kwe-Oteniqua. ISITHOMBE : SITHUNYELWE

nje singabambisana sonke singumphakathi silekelele intsha yakithi,” kubeka yena. UMnuz Ndlovu uphinde wagqugquzela ab-

azali ukuba beseke izingane zabo uma zizinikela kwezemidlalo ngoba ngenye yezindlela izingane ezizogqugquzeleka ngayo.

SHOOTING THE BREEZE JERRY BARNES

Mabhuti Khenyeza (just to count a few) were the products of such events. All LFA’s, our municipalities, ward committee’s and especially our councillors need to understand that local events bring the community together, improves the neighbourhood spirit, unity and new talents Solution are discovered. If we still want to go far in improving our soccer such events need to be re-visited and brought back. Other big cities such as Durban, Johannesburg and Cape Town can attest that inter-towns 1995 and or or district tourna50ml ments delivered good reRemoves R R Razor Bumps & Pimples sults and brought in a lot of sponsors and followers for them. Then why we don’t do it?

RECENTLY I visited different local soccer grounds around the city to watch some matches staged by the local football associations. I must say I am very impressed with organisation and dedication displayed by Local Football Associations (LFA’s) and I can see that they are all working towards the bright future. The only thing that was disappointing was the lack of support from the local fans or followers of the beautiful game. Also, I may be wrong but the standard of local soccer has declined or maybe hit the rock bottom in recent years. I really asked myself countless questions trying to figure it behind the reason. Personally, I still find it disturbing and senseless to see our youth not doing anything about their lives but just walking up and down or standing around in the street corners. While I was sitting in one of the local stadiums in the townships I thought back and a flashback of old good popular tournaments came flooding in my mind. I remember many years ago most townships such as Mpumalanga (Hammarsdale), Imbali, Northdale, Eastwood, Sobantu, Woodlands Edendale, Mpophomeni and even KwaMashu, Umlazi (Dbn), Mooi River and Estcourt used to have annual tournaments when different parts of their areas or MASONITE wards will compete for SHUTTERPLY PINE BROWN AND WHITE the entire weekend. • 18 x 1220 x 2440 • 3,2 x 1220 x 2440 Those event used to put • 21 x 1220 x 2440 • 4,8 x 1220 x 2440 everything on standstill BB (PINE PLY) • 6,4 x 1220 x 2440 and a lot of players were • 4, 6, 9, 12mm Thickness PEG BOARD 1220 x 2440 SOFT BOARD discovered. The likes of (Plain) (Bitumen) • Also Exotic & Flexi Ply Siyabonga Nomvethe, Rhee Zuma, Phumlani Izipesheli Ziyatholakaka (T’s & C’s Apply) Mkhize, McBerth Sibaya,

RAZOR BUMP

NQUMA/SIKA

Senza lokhu okulandelayo SIYA EJA

GOQA

UMSHINI WEZINKUNI EZIQINILE

SIYAHLANGANISA

MELAMINE BOARD SUPA - WHITE • 16 x 1830 x 2750

XPRESS • XPRESS • XPRESS

Tel: /Fax: 033 394 1094 • 293 Jabu Ndlovu (Loop) St • Pietermaritzburg 786woodworx@gmail.com

Also Colour & Grain boards available

SQUARE LINE COUNTER TOP • Various colours

• 32 x 600 x 2.8 • 32 x 600 x 3.6

NB: Matt and Gloss finish also available

Indawo yokupaka iningi

Maritzburg Echo 11/05/2018  
Maritzburg Echo 11/05/2018  
Advertisement