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

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

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

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UPHAZAMISEKE ukusebenIRLS at Copesville High will not za to kwama-ambulensi have miss school duringakwatheir EMS eMgungundlovu ngoM“monthlies” due to not having sombuluko kuMbasa sanitary pads mhla after aka-9 donation by (April) kulandela kwaCommunity Chest, inukungenami partnership with bashayeli bawo ngemaholo abo. Netcare St Anne’s Hospital through LabaLady basebenzi ekade behlanthe Young With Heart project last gene esibhedlela i-Greys ngawo uMFriday. sombuluko bathi sekuphele isikhaThis year the project was dedicated esingaphezu kwenyanga bengayto thi collecting sanitary towels for local iholile imali yabo yokusebenza high schools because adolescent girls time). areisikhathi forced toesengeziwe miss school(over because they bathi bekumele don’t Laba have basebenzi sanitary pads. bahole imalipartners yabo mhla zili-15 kuNThe three donated 500 dasa (March) kodwa kuze yimsanitary pads and sisters fromkube Netcare abakaze bayithole futhi abaySt anje Anne’s gave educational talks on itholi impendulo yokuthi kunpersonal hygiene, ecacile sexually transmitbengakayitholi. tedgani diseases and teenage pregnancies. UMnuz Mandisi Shezimarketomele Netcare St Anne’s Hospital abashayela ama-ambuingabasebenzi officer Shubnum Ismail said the pads were collected from hospital staff. “We collected over 1 000 pads from

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lensinurses, eMgungungundlovu enhlan“Okwamanje ukusebenza kusazour doctors and other staff Nonhlanhla Malevu, said she hoped ganweni who i-Nehawu uthe bengase- oqhubeka ngokwejwayelekile members were very enthusiastic the information shared by thekodthree benzi abaneme neze ngendlela izinto wa angekewill size“hit sikusebenze in assisting to keep our girls at school. partners home” for ukusepupils. ezihamba ngayo. “Copesville is a very impoverished benza “We okwengeziwe have seen an [overtime],” alarming inUthe: abasebenzi school where“Akusibo we received reports of kubeka crease yena. in pregnancies at the school, baseMgungundlovu ababUqhube wathi uma kungukuthi adolescent girls who kuphela are sometimes which is becoming the norm. As teachhekene nkinga abaseizimpendulo ezicacile forced to nale stay at homekodwa when they are abazitholi ers, we are worried and hope our pubenzi besifundazwe imali yabothat kuze menstruating becausesonke they abasedo not okanye pils willabayitholi use the information was benzela u-EMS. “Ngesikhathi sonto bazothatha have access to sanitary pads.”sikhu- kuphele shared leli with them to make elinye wiser luma nabaphathi bethu sibuza Copesville High School is also bat- igxathu choices.”lokuthi babike kubantu mayelana daba basitshela babo tling to curbnalolu reckless sexual behav- abakhulu Grade okudlula 11 pupilabaphathi Dimakatso ukuthi abanayo kade nabo. iour, which saw atimali leastiphelile. 30 pupils fall- labo Mona saidbexoxisana she was very grate(ngoMsombuluko) ing “Namhlanje pregnant in 2016. ful“Makungukuthi for the sanitary kumele pads. siqhubsebesitshela bazothintana size sifike Addressing ukuthi pupils, Sister Farzana eke “I live in eMnyangweni a shelter and wezeMnathiwarned basaziseofukuthi kuzokwenzaksizokwenza lokho Pillay the dangers of engag- pilo thisuqobo donation will make a kodwa alani sisaxoxisana ing in ngaphambi unprotectedkokuba sex. kuphele leli okwamanje huge difference. I am one nabaphasonto. bakwa-EMS “Engaging in unprotected sex not thi of the pupils whouma does kungukuthi phambili. only“Sifuna results inizimpendulo pregnancy, butezicacile you also abasisizi not have sizodlulela access to saniukuze sizokwazi senza njani. “Kunabantu amaput yourself at riskukuthi of contracting sexu- tary towels andabasebenza I am ally transmitted diseases. The boy sometimes forced to may not necessarily tell you he has anamahora miss school because of nanKunabantu abasebenza angama-60 STD so you need to put yourself first it. I have friends from gaphezulu ngenyanga, cabanga ke ukuthi leyo and think about how decisions you poor families who imalini face take today will impact on your future,” the same dilemma evsaid Pillay. ery month too, and we A Grade 11 teacher at the school, are really grateful.”

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hora angama-60 nangaphezulu ngenyanga, cabanga ke ukuthi imalini leyo. “Njengoba le mali ingekho emiholweni yethu kuyabonakala ngampela ukuthi siyashodelwa ngoba isisiza kakhulu le mali.” Okhulumela uMnyango wezeMpilo uNks Ncumisa Mafunda uthe ukusebenza kwama-amabulensi kuyaqhubeka ngokwejwayelekile. “Umnyango ngokuhlanganyela ne-National Department of Public Services and Administration [DPSA] bayaludingida lolu daba futhi bayathemba ukuthi bazofika esivumelwaneni esinokuthula maduze. “Kukhona nohlelo oselulungisiwe ekuqinisekiseni ukuthi ukuhanjiswa kwezidingo akuphazamiseki uma abasebenzi be-EMS beqala umnyakazo ongahle uphazamise izindlela zokusebenza ngokwejwayelekile.”

>>Byrone.Athman@media24.com POLICE are currently searching for an unknown woman after she gave birth and dumped her newborn baby in a bush on Noodsberg Road in Mountain Rise on Thursday afternoon. According to Mountain Rise Police spokesperson Gay Ebrahim, two people had been walking by the bush when they heard cries from a baby. “They immediately summoned the police who reported to the scene promptly”, said Ebrahim. The baby was soon found by the police officers and an ambulance was then called to the scene to attend to the baby. ER24 spokesperson Russel Meiring confirmed that paramedics had to cut the baby’s umbilical cord on site and the baby was then transported to the Northdale Hospital where she is currently being cared for. Police are alleging that the mother gave birth on the scene because the placenta was found there. The identity of the mother is still unknown.

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Students protest over meal and book allowance LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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URBAN University of Technology students from Riverside Campus and Indumiso Campus brought the Indumiso campus to a standstill on Tuesday as they protested for an increase in meal and book allowance money which they obtain from the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS). The students demand that their book allowance be increased to R7 000. They currently receive a meal allowance of R1 600 per month and a book allowance for R1 000 per semester, which they say is inadequate. Students Representative Council (SRC) secretary-general, Promise Ntethelelo Ngema said allowances are not the only problem; students’ safety is also a concern. “Students can not survive with this money and produce results. With R1 000 you only get one book and you DENT BO$$ have five modules, PRESTIGE PANEL SHOP how are we going to get SPECIALISING IN PAINTLESS other books? They are HAIL/DENT REMOVAL AND expensive. We tried to MAJOR ACCIDENT DAMAGED engage with NSFAS, VEHICLE REPAIRS deputy minister of Most Advanced Equipment And Professional Staff higher education Buti GUARANTEED WORKMANSHIP Manamela and all the stakeholders involved 416 Greyling Street. Tel: 033 345 5450. in the university to try Bonny Singh and find solutions for 072 068 1299 these problems in Feb-

ruary but that did not help us. In March we were told that we will not get the increment,” Ngemasaid. He said that they will continue with their protest until their demands are met. “This week there were tests that we were supposed to write but no one will write them.How can

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Ex-employee wants answers from labour department LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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FTER losing his job in February this year, Linda Zondi from Sweetwaters was hoping to change his life by going to a culinary school, using money he was meant to collect from the Unemployment Insurance Fund (UIF); but his dream of becoming a chef is slowly fading away each day as he can not be assisted by the labour department on Langalibalele Street. He said he worked for a construction company for the past five years as a general worker until his contract ended. Speaking to Echo, Zondi said he has lost hope

that he will ever get his money from labour department. “I first went to the department [of labour] on February 12, where they made me sign everything relating to my UIF application. “On March 12,I was supposed to do a final signing and start receiving my money after seven days but that never happened. When I got to the labour offices they told me that they lost my file with all the information relating to my UIF. “I asked them if I have to re-start the application process and they said they don’t know and they can’t help me. I don’t know what to do. “What confuses me is that they say they lost my file but during the application process they

Wall collapses leaving three men injured

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THREE men were left injured on Tuesday morning when a wall collapsed on them at a construction site on Ross Close Road in Eastwood. ER24 paramedics were dispatched at to the scene at 11.20 am. Upon arrival, paramedics found that the three men had already been pulled from the rubble by their co-workers. It is alleged that the men had been working on the wall before it collapsed. Paramedics assessed the men and found that two had sustained moderate injuries while a third man had sustained serious injuries. The men were treated for their injuries, and the seriously injured man provided with pain-relief medication, before they were transported to Northdale Provincial Hospital and Mediclinic Pietermaritzburg for further treatment. The details surrounding this incident are not yet known. — Supplied.

were punching everything in the computer. How can they lose both the hard copy and the information in the computer?” Zondi said. Zondi said going to the labour department frequently and not knowing whether he is going to get help or not is placing financial strain on him. “I can’t afford to travel to the labour offices everyday, especially, now that I am unemployed. I need this money to turn my life around for the better.

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Being a chef has always been my dream but because I did not have money to go and study I started working to raise money for my studies. I love cooking and I will not let any one take my dream away from me,” Zondi said. Zondi said that he was supposed to get paid for nine months. Labour department spokesperson Gregory Southey did not respond to the queries sent to him at the time of going to print.

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Sicela uxhaso lwendlu isaguga saKwaDambuza LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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SAGUGA esihlala KwaDambuza sithi sisabela impilo yaso kanye neyabantu esihlala nabo njengoba indlu abahlala kuyo ingawa noma yinini. UNkk Sizakele Radebe (72) uthi usehamba waze waba mfishane ezama ukuthola uxhaso lwendlu kodwa kunhlanga zimuka nomoya njengoba kuze kube yimanje engakaze ayithole. UNkk Radebe uthi usehlale kulendawo impilo yakhe yonke njengoba lena kwakuyindlu yabazali bakhe asebashona. Uthe sekuphele iminyaka ezama ukuthola uxhaso lwendlu kodwa akasizakali. Uthe wabuyelwa ithemba ngo2013 ngesikhathi kufika lowo osewuNgqongqoshe wezokuThutha uMnuz Blade Nzimande emzini wakhe bezomazisa ukuthi ungomunye wabakhethiwe ukuthi bazokwakhelwa izindlu kodwa kuze yimanje akekho owake wabuyela kuyena wamutshela ukuthi kwenzakalani. “Lendlu yayinamagumbi ayi-8 kodwa ilokhu iwa sekusele amagumbi amabili, nelilodwa lawo lingena imvula uma kunetha. Angisebenzi ngiphila ngempesheni anginawo amandla okuthi ngingaqala phansi ngakhe umuzi. “Ayikho into engingayenzanga ekufakeni isicelo somxhaso. Ngaze ngaya ngisho kaVulindlela. Ngafaka isicelo somxhaso kuqala ngisho ngaphambi

kwalemixhaso eseyakhiwe eNtabeni, ngathuka kabi uma sengibona sekwakhiwe yona mina ngasala ngaphandle. “Babesitshele ukuthi thina sizokwakhelwa emizini yethu imixhaso kodwa lokho akuzange kwenzeke,” kuchaza yena. Uthe ubehlala nezingane zakhe kanye nabazukulu abayi-8 masebephelele bonke kodwa manje sebesele bane ngoba bebaleka yona le ndlu ewayo. “Umuntu esengiseli naye nje ongisizayo umzukulu wami oneminyaka engama-25 kodwa naye akasakwazi ukungihambela yonke indawo ngoba useyagula. “Angisakwazi kwenza lutho amandla aphelile, anginaye nomuntu ongangivusela indlu lena esihlala kuyona. “Uma like lanetha izulu noma uma like laba nomoya simpintshana egumbini elilodwa sonke ngoba sibalekela imvula kodwa nalo lelo gumbi lingawa noma yinini. “Silala obenyoni uma sike sabona izulu lishintsha ngoba asazi ukuthi kuzokwenzakalani, kodwa ke ayikho into esingayenza ngoba akukho lapho singaya khona.” UNkk Radebe uthi usezamile ukuthola usizo nakwikhansela lendawo uMnuz Mtuza Mkhize kodwa uhleli etshelwa ukuthi alikho ehhovisini lalo kanti uma eya e-City Hall bafike bamukhombe emuva ehhovisini eliKwaDambuza ukuthi akayolibheka khona. Uthe sebezame ngisho ukukhulu-

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LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com OWESIFAZANE wase-Northdale emgwaqeni u-Lotus Road uthi ucela noma ubani ongamusiza noma ingani ukuze ezokwazi ukuthi ukubuyisela impilo yakhe esimweni ngemuva kokushelwa umuzi wakhe wonke ngempelasonto yePhasika. UNkk Thandi Zondi uthi kuze kube imanje akanayo indawo yokuhlala ucuphe endlini yendodakazi yakhe edolobheni. Uthe akazi ukuthi uzothathani ahlanganise nani njengoba kwasha yonke into eyayisendlini enamagumbi amane. “Nganginomzukulu wami ngesikhathi kwenzeka lenhlekelele. Ngangiwasha izingubo , angazi nokuthi yini eyaqala umlilo ngabona sekuvutha amalangabi ngabe sengibiza omakhelwane ukuba beze bazongisiza. “Sazama ukuwucisha umlilo kodwa ilangabi lase linamandla kakhulu wasehlula. Kushe yonke into ebeyingaphakathi endlini anginalutho ngasala nezimpahla engangizigqokile nje kuphela ngoba angi-

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ESIDENTS from Imbali Unit 2 on Thekwane Road have threatened to take further steps if the municipality does not attend to the flooding of their homes whenever it rains. These residents say that the municipality dug up a hole behind their houses and left it unfixed.

They say the hole was meant to help carry water through to the river but instead it does the complete opposite as the water from the hole overflows into their houses. Mondli Ndlela who spoke to Echo said they are tired of the empty promises that are always made by the municipality. He said: “We have been reporting this matter for the past 20 years but the municipality always tells us the

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same thing, that they will come and fix this problem. We are tired of waiting now. This is damaging our houses. I have rebuilt my brick wall at the back three times. “If it rains the water from that hole comes into our houses and damages our floor and furniture. In my house water trickles through the passage and it is damaging my house,” he said.

He said that is not the only problem that they are facing. Sewage from the houses that were built next to the houses also flows onto his property. “All their sewage comes into our yard because their houses are built high. We have to clean that up but the smell will remain for days. It is about time the municipality does something about this. We have

had enough.” Another resident said the situation has stopped him from building a house in his yard. He said his material is getting damaged and he can not continue with building because of the water that is overflowing from the hole. The Nzaca family said they do not have any furniture left due to it all being damaged by the water coming from the hole. “Even our television no longer works because once it rains the house becomes a swimming pool. This is very painful because we can’t even buy new furniture because it will get damaged as well. This is a serious issue and the municipality must come and finish what they started,” said one of the family members.

heritance, called recessive inheritance. It was on this day in 1953 that researchers Watson and Crick announced that they had uncovered the structure of DNA. Also on this day in 2003 it was announced that the Human Genome Project, to map all of the 20 000+ genes, was near completion. Since then, genetic research has exploded and researchers are now able to identify the mutations hidden in our DNA and the first ever gene replacement therapy for blindness has just been registered in the U.S.. This therapy is to replace a defective gene, RPE65, in early onset Leber Congenital Amaurosis [LCA] or retinitis pigmentosa.

This therapy is raising the hope that all forms of inherited retinal disorders will be treatable in the near future. The greatest challenge facing Retina South Africa is ensuring that all patients have access to these therapies in the future. Retina South Africa, in partnership with the Human Genetics Division of the University of Cape Town, facilitates genetic testing to identify patients who will be eligible for these clinical trials and the ensuing treatments. Retina South Africa estimates that there are around 10 million unsuspecting carriers in South Africa of a single gene mutation for various forms of retinal degeneration and welcomes the registration of this

first ever gene therapy to treat these significant causes of blindness. “This gene therapy is merely the first” said Claudette Medefindt, who is head of science for Retina South Africa. “There are dozens of clinical trials effectively treating hundreds of patients internationally. “With the help of caring South Africans, we can bring these successful trials in the areas of gene therapy and stem cells to South Africa. If we treat the estimated 17 000 young people losing their vision to genetic retinal blindness we can save 1 million blind years,” Medefindt said. South Africans can support this research via the website www.retin sa.org.za

Is it in your genes? WE inherit all our genetic information from our parents, which is packaged into 46 chromosomes in a twisted structure called DNA — Deoxyribonucleic Acid. These chromosomes contain over 20 000 bytes of instruction for the production of every cell in our bodies. Each bit of code is called a gene. We inherit a complete set of 23 chromosomes from each parent and these chromosomes often include mistakes, or mutations. Serious mutations can lead to genetic diseases and are being linked to cancer, asthma, diabetes, mentalhealth issues and even blindness. Retina South Africa is using International DNA Day, on April 25, to highlight the genetic causes of reti-

nal blindness. These retinal disorders affect old and young alike, and more than 200 000 South Africans are going blind due to these conditions. Those that affect children or young adults include retinitis pigmentosa, Stargardt disease or Usher syndrome — deaf blindness. One of the most common causes of vision loss in older Caucasians is age-related macular degeneration. Most of these conditions occur in families with no previous history of blindness. This is due to the fact that in order for the disease to manifest, a gene with a mutation needs to be inherited from both carrier parents, who are themselves not affected. This is the most common form of in-

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NON-profit organisation, Emphithi Empowering Projects, together with the University of KwaZulu-Natal, Edgewood Campus and University of Zululand will host the cultural theatre exchange on April 28 at Eastwood Hall from 9 am to 5 pm. The programme is aimed at empowering the youth that is involved in performing arts, especially in theatre. Skumbuzo “Skebhe” Dlamini, director of Emphithi Empowering Projects, said it will be the first that they are doing this programme for the whole community. He said different groups will perform and there will be workshops aimed at uplifting the skills of the youth in performing arts and theatre. “We started with the programme two years ago and we only focussed

on university students. “We have since then realised that there is a lot of talent outside universities as well especially in the Pietermaritzburg community. “That is why we decided to spread outside universities. We believe that there is a lot of potential and talent from our youth and they will learn a lot from these workshops. “This is our way of trying to remove our youth from the streets and help them stay away from drugs and alcohol. “We also want to show the youth that they can make money out of theatre because the unemployment rate is so high. We want to show them that they can use their talent to make a living,” he said. Dlamini said they also want to teach the youth how to “behave themselves”. He said everyone is invited to come and attend this programme.

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Event organisers (from left) Lwazi Nsele, Skhumbuzo Dlamini and Gcina Mdluli.

Keep your family and pets safe from rabies THE recent outbreak of rabies in South Africa has brought to light how terrible this disease is and how as pet parents we need to be vigilant to keep our families safe. Rabies is a 100% preventable disease, yet 55 000 people around the world die every year from the disease. Several major health organisations, including World Health Organization (WHO), World Organization for Animal Health (OIE), and the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), have pledged to eliminate human deaths from dog-transmitted rabies by 2030. As pet parents, the first step we can take in helping to make this happen is to vaccinate our pets. Cats and dogs should be vaccinated against rabies at three months and then receive a booster one to nine months later. Thereafter, they should receive the vaccination annually, unless your vet advises differently. In South Africa it is law that pets are vaccinated against rabies and as a pet parent it is your responsibility to ensure this happens. However, in many cases the real danger is in stray or feral pets and sadly it’s our children who are most at risk. Rabies is transmitted most often by being bitten or scratched by an infected animal, however, in rare cases it can even come from being licked by an infected animal. If you suspect that you have been infected, you should immediately flush and wash the wound for a minimum of 15 minutes with warm water and disinfectant, thereafter seek immediate medical attention. Advise the doctor of your suspicion, as they will not only notify the relevant authorities but will also administer the correct treatment protocol. Unfortunately if you wait to get medical attention and the rabies symptoms set in, the disease will be fatal. Dr. Guy Fyvie, Nutritional Adviser at Hill’s Pet Nutrition, South Africa provides some tips on how to stay safe during a rabies outbreak: •Children under the age of 15 makeup 40% of the reported cases of being bitten by a suspected rabies infected animal, it is important to warn your children of the risks of in-

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IETERMARITZBURG audiences should not miss an opportunity to enjoy a beautiful evening of music featuring world-class soloists at Epworth School in Scottsville. The concert, presented by Christopher Duigan’s Music Revival on Friday, 20 April at 7 pm, is part of an ongoing project to take quality classical music performances to various communities and neighbourhoods in KZN. Music Revival presents monthly concerts across KZN from Ballito, through Kloof, and Pietermaritzburg to Howick. “The chapel at Epworth has recently been extended and renovated and now offers a wonderful performance facility with very rewarding acoustics. We are looking forward to performing on this inviting stage, bringing music to new audiences in Scottsville and surrounds,” says Duigan. The concert will feature Principal Oboe of the KZN Philharmonic Orchestra, Myfanwy Price, a graduate of the Royal College Music of London, and Liezl-Maret Jacobs at the piano. They will perform music by Ravel

- Tombeau de Couperin, Heath - The Sapphire’and Pasculli’s La Favorita di Donizetti. Complimenting them on the performers list is start cellist Aristide du Plessis. Originally from Durban, Du Plessis a graduate of the Zurich University of the Arts, and also a full-time member of the KwaZulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra, currently holding the position of Co-principal. He joins leading concert pianist Christopher Duigan in a varied and beautiful programme of music including compositions by Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. Duigan can be heard in piano solos from his recent programmes featuring music by Gershwin and Debussy. Epworth’s Cantabile Choir and other young school soloists are featured in the programme as guest artists. Tickets cost R80 (adults) and R50 (scholars) Bookings can be done via booking@musicrevival.co.za or 083 417 4473 (SMS or WhatsApp).

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teracting with strays and pets that are not theirs. •Don’t ever take the chance. If bitten or scratched assume the worst and follow the treatment protocol. There is simply nothing that can be done once the symptoms present themselves. •Ensure your pets’ rabies vaccinations are up to date and if you are in an immediate outbreak area, have your pet revaccinated. If you can’t provide proof of a pet’s vaccination status, they may be euthanised if they come into contact with an infected animal, regardless of whether they are showing symptoms. •Do not let your pets roam the streets. This should be applied at all times. •Do not let your pets interact with unknown animals — an animal can become infected by fighting with another animal, even over a fence. •Do not approach stray dogs or cats (or wild animals), especially if they are showing abnormal behaviour

such as being aggressive or very docile. •If you suspect an animal is infected contact the health authorities immediately. Do not try to restrain the animal yourself. •Make a donation to a welfare organisation that does rabies vaccination outreach programmes. The higher the vaccinated animal population, the less chance there is of an outbreak. Rabies is a vaccine-preventable disease and globally there has been a reduction in the number of human and animal rabies cases as a result of vaccination of animals. Africa, Asia and Latin America have seen a recent increase in human rabies deaths and if not dealt with effectively, rabies could once again become a serious public health pandemic. “As pet parents we should all be doing our part in helping to raise awareness and reduce rabies fatalities in South Africa,” concludes Dr Fyvie.

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ASOPSBIZ hosted their fourth pitching session known as “salt and pepper session” last Thursday at their offices in Langalibalele Street. This session usually targets small businesses but for the first time last Thursday the session targeted co-operatives. During the session small businesses and cooperatives get an opportunity to pitch their business ideas in front of the panel and also get an opportunity to ask for advice and strategies to grow their businesses. Phumla Vilakazi, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Sasopsbiz, said they believe that co-op-

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OUR TRIBUTE ON THE UNTIMELY PASSING OF MRS WINNE MADIKIZELA-MANDELA

Thornhill Christian College Board of Directors, College Management Board, College Management Team, parents, staff and learners join the Republic of South Africa and the international world in mourning the untimely death of our heroine Mama Nomzamo Winifred Zanyiwe Madikizela Mandela. Indeed as a nation we have lost a giant of our liberation struggle. We thank God for the life of Mama which inspired many lives. May God console us all. Chief Executive Officer, Thornhill Christian College

THE National Credit Regulator (NCR) released the Consumer Credit Market Report (CCMR) and the Credit Bureau Monitor (CBM), which are based on data submitted to the NCR by registered credit providers and credit bureaus respectively. The latest edition of the reports covers credit market information up to December 2017. The total value of new credit granted increased by 9,76% quarter-on-quarter from R123,64 billion to R135,71 billion. The number of applications for credit increased by 6,18% quarter-on-quarter from 9,87 million in September 2017 to 10,48 million in December 2017. The following were some of the most significant trends observed in terms of credit granted for the quarter ended December 2017: • The value of new mortgages granted increased by R3,79 billion (10,10%) quarter-on-quarter but increased by R3,99 billion (10,68%) year-onyear. • Secured credit ,which is dominated by vehicle finance, increased by R4,12 billion (9,74%) quarter-on-quarter and by R4,18 billion (9,91%) yearon-year. • Credit facilities increased by R1,38 million (8,84%) quarter-on-quarter and by R2,58 billion (17,25%) year-on year. • Unsecured credit decreased by R2,77 billion (12,44%) quarter-on-quarter, but increased by R2,01 billion (8,73%) year-on-year. The total outstanding consumer credit balances (or gross debtors book) as at December 2017 was R1,76 trillion, representing an increase of 1,53% quarter-on-quarter and 3,77% year-on-year. The trends for outstanding balances for the quarter ended December 2017 were as follows: • Mortgage debtors book increased by R8,72 billion (0,97%) for the quarter ended December 2017 and by R28,82 billion (3,29%) year-onyear. • Secured credit debtors book increased by R7,89 billion (1,98%) for the quarter ended December 2017 and by R21,60 billion (5,61%) year-onyear. • Credit facilities debtors book increased by R2,96 billion (1,32%) for the quarter ended December 2017 and by R5,67 billion (2,56%) yearon-year. • Unsecured credit debtors book increased by

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HE blue carpet was rolled out for those attending the auspicious grand opening of the completed phase three section of the Liberty Midlands Mall last Wednesday. Many of Pietermaritzburg’s (PMB) prominent economic players showed their support with their attendance. With everyone in high spirits, decadent refreshments were served and the crowd was treated to music and a Zulu dancing spectacle. Mayor Themba Njilo was also present. Emceeing the event was PMB’s very own breakfast drive host on East Coast Radio Bongani Mtolo who spoke of the excitement felt by all Maritzburg locals when the mall first opened. “I remember the first time the mall actually opened and when I would plan meetings with my friends from other cities I would always say we should meet at the mall,” said Mtolo. CEO of the Pietermaritzburg Chamber of Business (PCB) Melanie Veness opened the speaking, marvelling how far PMB had come, highlighting just why the city of choice had come this far and will continue to grow. “This new phase of the mall is not just a project but an opportunity to continuously redefine our city. I would like to thank the Liberty Group for their investments in our city,” said Veness. Chief Executive of Liberty Two Degrees,

Amanda Beattie addresses the crowd who attended the phase three grand launch. Amelia Beattie, opened her speech stating that tomorrow is best prepared for today and that the Liberty Group are firm believers in changing the game. “The Liberty Midlands Mall was not just for the sake of filling a space for revenue. We planned this out well in advance and have continuously tried to address the need of the community for superior quality and retail convenience,” said Beattie. Mayor Themba Njilo said that it was an honour to be present at the launch. “This has been an exciting project and on behalf of the local municipality we would like to extend our well wishes and declare the phase three of the mall officially open.”

At the cutting of the ribbon (from left) Muhammad Varachia (General Manager of Liberty Midlands Mall); His Worship, the mayor of Msunduzi Municipality Themba Njilo; Nomzamo Radebe (CEO of JHI Properties); Amelia Beattie (CEO of Liberty Two Degrees); Brian Unsted (Asset Manager Executive, Liberty Two Degrees) and José Snyders (Financial Director of Liberty Two Degrees). PHOTOS: SUPPLIED


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MY ECHO SOAPIES MUVHANGO Thursday, April 12 Rendani is summoned to Thathe in the middle of the night. James shows the Zikalalas that he’s a force to be reckoned with. The cracks that Imani worked so hard to cover up in her marriage finally make their way to Gugu’s eyes. Friday, April 13 Faces turns sour in the Royal House when Vho-Makhadzi announces the new regent. The Zikalalas up the ante in their cat and mouse game with James and Moliehi. When Gugu tells Imani about what she saw last night, Imani immediately dismisses her suspicions. Monday, April 16 Hangwani cannot believe her ears, when she’s told about the new developments in Thathe. Gugu and Brother Max connect. Imani decides that revenge is a sweet way of getting back at someone. Tuesday, April 17 Pendani is presented to everyone as the Regent of Thathe. Brother Max is not the man Gugu thought he was. Imani’s blind date doesn’t go as she had hoped. Wednesday, April 18 Hangwani gives Vho-Masindi a piece of her mind. Gugu faces yet another disappointment. Imani is up to something sinister. UZALO Thursday, April 12 Qhabanga continues to worm his way into everyone’s trust while Nkunzi starts to question if he can trust Mastermind. MaNgcobo is waiting for the right time to tell Nkunzi about her new property while Mondli and

Nosipho keep secrets from each other. Is anyone being honest?

A young businessman has to choose between supping with the devil and losing something dear to him. A relationship comes to an end with devastating consequences. An older woman dribbles a young single father.

Friday, April 13 MaNgcobo’s happiness is in jeopardy. Nkunzi comes clean to Mxolisi. Mastermind wants to ditch Nkunzi.

ISIDINGO Thursday, April 12 Benjamin is worried about how much influence Gabriel has over Sechaba regarding the hotel. Mmakgosi is excited about the contribution she’ll make when she begins working at the Rec but she is soon disappointed. Lalage finally decides to do something for herself and takes Sechaba up on his job offer, but lies in the process.

Monday, April 16 Nkunzi finds a way to make MaNgcobo submit to his will while Mastermind makes a deal with Qhabanga. Thobile struggles at the salon. Tuesday, April 17 The club builds up tension in the Mhlongo house. Qhabanga unwittingly adds fuel to the fire between Mastermind and Thobile. Zekhethelo finally gets some closure on her mother’s passing. Wednesday, April 18 Is Nkunzi considering Muti as a solution to his marital problems? Will Mondli realise he is pushing Nosipho away before it’s to late? SCANDAL Thursday, April 12 A murderous threat pushes a man over to the dark side. A heroic action turns daughter against father. Phindile is on the receiving end of cold treatment. Friday, April 13 A kidnapping and a tragedy are thwarted, but another horrific event occurs. A young man reveals his true nature to a friend, but his confession is overheard by someone else. A family member admits a harsh truth to a loved one. Monday, April 16 An attempt to cover up a murder becomes a

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Friday, April 13 Nina has an enticing offer for Gabriel, but comes with a price tag. Will he accept? It’s Mmakgosi’s first day at the Rec and Kgothalo lays down the law, but then Mmakgosi surprises Wendy when she saves her bacon. It’s Lalage’s first day at work as well and Hendrik blows her away when he tells Anja and Wendy they should all be supportive of her. Monday, April 16 Gabriel manages to use his charm and skill to get Sechaba to hire him as ‘Development Portfolio Manager’ of the hotel. Lalage loses track of time at work while her family waits for dinner at home. Morongwa is disappointed when Gatanga tells her no amount of muti can make her bad luck and problems go away, she needs to repent. Tuesday, April 17 Nina finds herself on the back foot in both her business and personal life. Hendrik fool-

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Endless fireworks for Ward 34 sports day T

HE Ward 34 Annual Community Sports Day was successful and full of fireworks. The event was held at Panorama Primary School on Saturday, April 7. The programme for the day started with usual community fun/walk mile where most of the community members took part, later on netball and soccer games took centre stage. Netball stars for the day were Cato Ridge Sisters after humiliating the Panorama team 15 - 3. The seniors final was a marvel to watch between Williams Brothers and the host side Panorama FC, finalising on a full time score of 1-1 with the brothers being very lucky to equalise on the final seconds of the game. Eventually, the exciting outfit from the old village (near Brookside Mall) won 5 - 3 via penalties. The overall winners boss, Anna Williams said Ward 34 Community Sports Day organisers must be congratulated for bringing the youth together for the whole day. “Obviously events such as these, brings the entire community together for a day, especially the youth. “Nowadays, there are many different types of social ills. So keeping our children at the sports grounds is very important. “I’m also very glad to hear that this is an annual event which means it’s on-

going. “I wish the organisers good luck for the future, hopefully, more partners and sponsors will come on board next year,”said Williams. The founder and organiser of the event Jerry Barnes said the aim was not about winning at all costs, but bringing together the community. “Okay, at the end of the day there’s winners, but my main target is to get the entire community, especially the youth taking part in sports. “I was also glad to see the Khethimpilo Clinic (Choose Life) from Northdale Hospital present and conduct testing for different illnesses. “Just to see the youth going there in those tents getting tested means there is a bright future. “From the bottom of my heart I would like to thank Kara Nichas who provided meals and sound, Daryll Petersen of Daroz Components who donated a new set of goalposts, Poobie Naidoo’s Department of Sports, Umgeni Water and The Witness and Maritzburg Echo. May the Almighty God bless them and expand their businesses,”said Barnes. One of the prominent residents from Ward 34, Thobias Ngcobo said it was interesting that the annual event started small and with only two teams many years ago but has now grown. attracting about 250 people.

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