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

HLALA NATHI Indawo Yokulala, nokuphumula Emini nasebusuku Iphephile, Ihlanzekile • Newcastle …. 073 697 2744 • Newcastle …. 078 332 8730 • Ladysmith ... 084 322 2872 • Dundee ...…. 084 927 6486 • Estcourt ..… 072 471 1215 • P/M Burg .....072 366 9048 • Durban ..….. 073 219 8813

Customer Care 084 927 6484

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

Picture Galleries

Events

-Maynards Beach Festival -KZN Music Imbizo

Become a CITIZEN JOURNALIST Submit YOUR stories and pictures on our homepage

MORE SPECIALS INSTORE

Have a  safe  and  blessed  festive  season

199 95

R

17 May 2018

Woman shot dead on Mother’s Day Hillcrest Fever

LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

“I

NEVER thought that one day I would have to bury my daughter. It will take me years to get through this.” These are the words of Ntombizodwa Dlamini’ s father, Lot Ntuli, after his daughter was shot dead in front of her parents and family members at her family home in Bisley on Sunday afternoon. Dlamini was shot by her husband, Sipho Dlamini, who was a prison warder. He later turned the gun on himself and shot himself in the head. It is alleged that the couple had gotten into a domestic dispute a day prior to the shooting, which led to Sipho beating Dlamini. Ntuli told Echo that they are still traumatised and they can’t believe that their daughter is no more. Ntuli said that they were relaxing at home, preparing for a big Mother’s Day lunch. “My daughter was supposed to be at work on Sunday but she came to my house with a swollen face and bruises on her body. She told the family that she had been booked off at work because her husband had beaten her up the previous day. My wife then took her to a medical facility where she was treated for bruises and came back home. A short while after coming back from DuziMed, Sipho called my daughter asking her where she was because he had been to the hospital where she worked and she was not there. My daughter then told him that she was at

my house. While we were about to prepare lunch, Sipho arrived and demanded to see Dlamini. I told him that before he can say anything I want to know if he had beaten my daughter. He said that he did, but never gave me reasons why,” Ntuli said. Ntuli said that they [the family] decided to lock his daughter in one of the bedrooms while they spoke to Sipho. “ I told Sipho that he needs to call his family members so that we can have a meeting and get to the bottom of their problems because it was getting out of hand. He insisted on seeing my daughter but we told him that is not going to happen.He then stood up and pulled his gun and started shouting that we are making him a fool. He ran straight to the passage, kicked the bedroom door where my daughter was sleeping and shot her. She only cried out once and died on the spot. Sipho then ran out of the house like a mad man and drove off.” Ntuli said that he could not believe what had happened to his daughter.“I thought I was stuck in a nightmare. I told myself that this could not be happening. Zoe [Dlamini] was the best child, so quiet and humble. She was not a violent person and everybody knew that. I am destroyed and devastated by her death. Life is so unfair. I always told everyone in the family that when I die they must take care of Zoe because she was such a good child.” Alexandra Police Station spokesperson Captain Kholeka Mhlongo said that Dlamini was shot twice in the head and once in the chest. “It is alleged that the couple had a domestic dispute

RE V I V E

@HillcrestFever

which led the deceased running to her family home. The husband followed her, went to the bedroom where she was hiding, kicked the door open dragging the deceased out of the room into the passage where he fired two shots to her head and chest and fled the scene with his vehicle,” Mhlongo said. Mhlongo said that members of the police were called and they traced the husband and his cellphone indicated that he was in the Richmond area. “Members of the police proceeded to the location to Richmond where a SAPS negotiator was called and tried to negotiate with Sipho to hand himself over to police. He took his life by firing a shot to his head and died instantly. An inquest docket has been opened in Richmond SAPS,” said Mhlongo. KwaZulu-Natal health minister Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo expressed shock and sadness at this incident. “This is too barbaric. It is cruel and insensitive. We mourn the loss of this professional. Working in the maternity unit requires a certain kind of human being with honourable qualities, such as understanding and a caring attitude, emotional and mental strength, patience and maturity. We are not surprised to hear from Sister Dlamini’s colleagues that she was a good

®

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

Na avy Mono Only

continues to destroy some of our communities. own challenges this year, but as we enter 2015 we renew our pledge to you to do our very best However, the one thing that continues to stand undefeated is the spirit of the Upper High- to continue to be the most accurate, fair and balanced source of news, opinion, features, sports way community. Through the difficult times, and entertainment in the Upper Highway Area. our readers have once again proven that we We will continue to be open and honest with are, without a doubt, among the most resilient our readers and we assure you that the new and strong-willed. We have weathered all the storms that came year will be one never to be forgotten. Dear Readers, Our hearts go out to those who lost loved TODAY marks the end of another year for the our way and have demonstrated that we can Hillcrest Fever, and as the festivities kick off for be a community to be proud of - from our disa- ones this year and those experiencing difficulbled horse rider achieving his goals to a local ties of all types this holiday season. We extend this season, let us reflect on moments that touched our lives and the community this past woman beating breast cancer and becoming an sincere and warm wishes to our Hillcrest Fever inspiration to others - our community stands to- family for a safe and peaceful festive season, year. and a happy and prosperous 2015. 2014 has been marked by persistent chal- gether proud! Kalisha Naicker We are confident that 2015 will be better lenges in our economy with price inflations Senior  Journalist than ever. (food, electricity, fuel, etc.). Hillcrest  Fever We, at The Hillcrest Fever, have faced our We had weather catastrophes and crime

Your 24/7 local connection FREE -Tis the season to be giving -Launch of Talk Sign 2015

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

Men’s 6 to 10 Youths 2 to 5

Ra Mubaramadan Muslim k to all our ad and reavertisers ders.

nurse. This is a huge loss. It is painful. But we know that our loss cannot be equated to the sense of loss and pain that is being experienced by her family. We offer our deepest condolences. We will try to visit the family to try and comfort them during this difficult period,” Dhlomo said.

Ntombizodwa Dlamini who was shot dead by her husband. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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

May 17, 2018

Bafuna kumiswe umfundi osolwa ngokudlwengula “Sekuphele izinyanga ezimbili lolu daba labikwa kodwa luze lasukunyelwa manje ngoba sekuvele ezinkundleni NHLANGANO yabafundi i-EFF Stu- zokuxhumana. “Umfundi osolwa ngalesi sigameko dent Command eNyuvesi yaKwaZuvele wathuthwa inyuvesi wayofunda ulu-Natal esigcemeni esiseMgunesigcemeni sase-Westville eThekwini. gundlovu ithi ifuna amiswe esikoleni Bafuna ukuthi ahambe ayoqhubeka umfundi wowesilisa osolwa ngokudlwengula umfundi wesifazane ofun- ayodlwengula abanye abantu khona futhi. da kuyona le nyuvesi. “Sifuna ukwazi ukuthi kwenzeke Lokhu kuvezwe uNobhala jikelele wale nhlangano uMnuz Kuti Khumalo kanjani ukuthi bamususe bamuyise esithangameni sabezindaba ebesikuy- kude ekubeni kusaqhubeka uphenyo? ona le nyuvesi ngoLwesihlanu olwed- Lo muntu kumele engabe umisiwe kuze kube uphenyo luyaphothulwa,”kubeka lule mhla zili-11 kuNhlaba (May). yena. Lo mfundi wesifazane kusolakala Uqhube wathi indaba yokudlwenukuthi wadlwengulwa ngesikhathi besephathini ngaphandle kwamagce- gulwa nokuhlukunyezwa kwabantu besifazane ayinakiwe. ke asenyuvesi. Uphinde waveza ukuthi ngesonto Kusolwa ukuthi wafakelwa isidakamizwa esiphuzweni sakhe ngaphambi eledlule kuphinde kwadlwengulwa omunye wesilisa endaweni ehlala abakokuba adlwengulwe. Lesi sigameko senzeka ngenyanga ka-Ndasa (March) fundi kule nyuvesi i-Wob. “Uhambile wayobika icala emakodwa lolu daba luze lwavela manje emva kokuba kubhalwe ngalo enkun- phoyiseni kodwa ngenxa yokusaba ukuhlambalazeka ugcine eselesula dleni yezokuxhumana i-Twitter. UMnuz Khumalo uthe abenelisekile icala ngoba amacala afana nalawa Sifungendlela abaphathi bale nyuvesi aba- abuye athathwe njengenhlekisa. na labantu abenza lokhu babhekane lusingethe ngayo lolu daba. Uthe indlela abenza ngayo kukhom- nengalo yomthetho ukuze abafundi bebisa ukuthi abanandaba nesithunzi so- zophepha.” NgoLwesithathu olwedlule mhla zimuntu omnyama. “Isigungu esimele abafundi (SRC) si- yi-9 kuNhlaba (May) abafundi bavuke satshisiwe ngokuthi sizomiswa enyu- umbhejazane bateleka befuna ukuba vesi uma kungukuthi siyaqhubeka nok- kuxoshwe lo mfundi obebonakala ecanasa emagcekeni ale nyuvesi. ubelesela lolu daba . Inyuvesi ikuphikile ukuthi lo mfundi “Nathi asazi ukuthi kuzokwenzekani kuthina. Sifuna lo muntu owenze lok- usesusiwe esigcemeni esiseMgungundlovu wayiswa e-Westville. hu abhekane nengalo yomthetho.

LETHIWE MAKHANYA

>>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

Imibhalo elengiswe eNyuvesi yaKwaZulu-Natal emva kokudlwengulwa komunye wabafundi wakule nyuvesi.

I

ISITHOMBE : LETHIWE MAKHANYA

JANOOS WHOLESALERS Where Prices Make You Smile 551 Church Street

HOME TO BEDDING AND CHAINSTORE LIVING

Pietermartizburg | Tel: 033 394 2780 | Fax: 033 345 2785

Down Town, (between Knipe Street and Thomas Street), Pietermaritzburg

PRICES VALID FROM 17 MAY 2018 TO 23 MAY 2018

Memory Foam Carpets

Quality Fish Pots

Winter Scarf

R599

494 CHURCH STREET | 033 345 7990

Each

Winter Gloves

R2499

R399

2 pc Bathroom Mat Set

Steam and Spray Iron

R2999

Assorted Colours

Each

Prayer Mats (Mussulah) Adults

R9

99

R4500

Double Wall Single Wall Switch Socket

R12

99

Quality White Sauce & Dip Bowls

R100

Each

White Porcelain Teapot, Sugar Basin and Milk Jug Combo

R6000

R18

Double Wall Socket

R23

99

R7999 4-Bar Heater

R16900

99

Quality Household Soft Broom

Quality Grass Broom

Mop (300g) with Strong Metal Grip

99 R999Each R599Each R16Each Catering White Bowls

R499Each

White Dinner Plates 10.5 inch

R999Each

Microfibre Duvet Cover + Pillowcase/s

Continental Pillowcases - Frilled

5 Piece comforter Set

Polycotton Pillowcases

All sizes R99 no exchanges, no refunds

Two R55

R180

Plain and Printed Two for R20

Luxury Fleece Throw

Combo Fitted Sheet + Pillowcase/s

Base Cover - Suede Feel

R1500

per pair

Ladies Long Socks

Assorted Prints & Colours

R1999 Single Wall Switch

per pair

Each

Prices Valid from 17 May - 23 May 2018 or while stocks last

Fur Long Leg Warmers

3 Pairs

R1499

3pc Comforter set- Queen

3-Bar Heater

R12000 Kiddies Prayer Mats

R99

no exchanges, no refunds Quilted Mattress Protector

R599

Box of 48 Hi Ball Tuumblers

R125

00

All sizes R99 no exchanges, no refunds

¾ Two for R250 - 1.5m x 2.10m Queen Bedspread + Pillowcases

Double R350 Queen R400 King R450

Single R70 Extra length available R75 Double R85 ¾ R130 Double R140 R95 King R110 Queen R160 King R180

Curtain Rails - Double Track

1m 2m

R16 R33

3m

R24 1.5 2.5m R40 R50

Headboard + 2 Pedestals

R1500

no set asides / no laybys

HAWKERS WELCOME - DISCOUNTS APPLIED

LAYBYE ACCEPTED OPEN ON FRIDAY SUNDAY AND TUESDAY - 10AM -2PM Items are overruns and slightly imperfect. Items may vary from illustration. Trading times for Ramadan will be Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:15pm • Saturday 8:30am - 2pm Trading Hours: Monday-Friday; 8.30 am - 5 pm Saturday: 8.30 am - 2 pm

We accept all major Debit and Credit cards. Whatsapp 072 502 9480


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 17, 2018

NEWS

3

UKhongolose ukhala ngokushona kukaQashana KwaPata LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

U

MENGAMELI wezwe uMnuz Cyril Ramaphosa uthi baziphozele ekufikeni emsukeni wendaba yokubulawa kwalowo obeyisishoshovu se-ANC uMnuz Qashana Mchunu waKwaPata. UMnuz Ramaphosa ukusho loku ngoMsombuluko mhla zili-14 kuNhlaba (May) ngesikhathi ekhuluma namalungu e-ANC abezokhalisa lo mndeni. UMnuz Mchunu udutshulwe wabulawa ngentulwane yezinhlamvu abantu abangaziwa ngoLwesihlanu olwedlule mhla zili-11 kuNhlaba (May) ebusuku ngesikhathi engena esangweni lakubo. Uphunthunyiswe esibhedlela i-Edendale nokuyilapho afike ashonela khona. UMengameli uthe babuhlungu kakhulu ngesigameko sokubulawa kukaMnuz Mchunu wabe esethembisa ukuthi ngeke baphumule bengakatholi ukuthi ngubani obulale uMnuz Mchunu. “Sifuna kuphele ukubulawa kwabaholi bethu manje.Izinga lokubulawa kwabo esifundazweni saKwaZulu-Natal selenyuke kakhulu. UMnuz Mchunu ungumuntu ka-11 osebulewe esiFundeni i-Moses Mabhida.Sekwanele asifuni kuphinde kubulawe muntu. “Ngeke size sivumele ukuthi isifundazwe saKwaZulu-Natal sibe inkundla yokubulawa kwabaholi. Ngifuna uNgqongqoshe wamaphoyisa uMnuz Bheki Cele,abezokuvikela kanye nezokuphepha kwestate bahlangane ngoMsombuluko

ozayo mhla ka-21 kuNhlaba (May) bethole labantu ababulale uMnuz Mchunu. “Ngifuna banginikeze umbiko ogcwele emva kwesonto wokuthi sebewutholile yini umkhondo ngalabo ababulele uMnuz Mchunu. Sifuna ukwazi ukuthi labaholi ababulawayo babulawa ubani. Sifuna kwenziwe uphenyo uluphuthumayo ngalesi sigameko. Labo abathintekayo kulesi sigameko kumele baboshwe babhekane nengalo yomthetho,” kubeka yena, UMnuz Ramaphosa uthe uMnuz Mchunu ubengumuntu olwela ubumbano enhlanganweni yeANC, wabe esenxusa abantu ukuba babambane babe yimbumba enhlanganweni kaKhongolose. Uthe: “Asisebenziseni igazi likaMnuz Mchunu ukwenza ubumbano kumele sibambisane ukuze siphokophele phambili. Asehliseni imimoya ukuze kuzotholwa labo abenze lokhu bezoboshwa. “Sifuna ukwazi ukuthi ngobani laba abalwisana ne-ANC? Obani laba abangakufuni ukuthula kanye nobumbano? Labo abangakufuni ukuthula bazobanjwa baboshwe. “Singangaba nemibono efanayo ngezinto ezithile kodwa kumele sisebenzisane ukuze sizothola iqiniso lonke ngalabantu abenze lokhu. ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA “Sizobathola abantu abenze Amalungu e-ANC eme ngaphandle ekhaya likaMnuz Mchunu ngoMlokhu ngisho bangahamba bayosombuluko. casha kodwa sizobathola. Sizokwenza isiqiniseko sokuthi lolu daba luyaphenyisiswa kuboshwe nalezi Getting more for less zigilamkhuba.” UMnuz Mchunu ubengomunye wezishoshovu ebezihamba phambili ekulwisaneni nenkohlakalo. Is the best!

UMnuz Msawenkosi Qashana Mchunu (ngaphambili) ngesikhathi kunemashi yokulwisana nokudliwa kwezimali kuMasipala uMsunduzi ngenyanga eyedlule. ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

UMengameli wezwe uMnuz Cyril Ramaphosa ehambisana noMnuz Gwede Mantashe ngesikhathi befika ekhaya lika Mnuz Mchunu ngoMsombuluko.

HASMANI

Asisebenziseni igazi likaMnuz Mchunu ukwenza ubumbano kumele sibambisane ukuze siphokophele phambili. Asehliseni imimoya ukuze kuzotholwa labo. Sifuna ukwazi ukuthi ngobani laba DISCOUNT abalwisana ne-ANC? Obani laba CAR RUBBERS abangakufuni ukuthula kanye noDOOR. BOOT WINDOW WINDSCREEN RUBBERS bumbano? Labo abangakufuni WINDOW CHANNELS ukuthula bazobanjwa baboshwe CANOPY RUBBERS CLIPS & FASTNERS abenze lokhu bezoboshwa CHROME BEADINGS WEATHERSTRIP Sizobathola abantu abenze lokhu AUTO BODY ngisho bangahamba bayocasha SUPPLIES PH 033 345 2326 Discount Store kodwa sizobathola. 407 GREYLING STR PMBURG

WHOLESALERS/DISCOUNT WORLD • SAbS AppROvED

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

3 DAYS SPECIALS

Chicken Tikka Box

R3000 6 Piece Pot Set

Shop 1, Edendale Crossing Mall Tel: 033 398 555

Metal Braai Stand

R7500 Grass Broom

R6000

R600

Water Heater Element

20lt Bucket with Lid from

R16

00

R1700

Dr N. Govender and Associates

Surgery 1

Shop 1, Laager Centre 188 Longmarket Street Pietermaritzburg

033 342 2595 Surgery 3

Suite 2, Cnr of Boshoff street and Longmarket (Langalibalele) street, above Spice Chicken

033 342 3508

Now Open on Sundays in Edendale Branch. Strictly by appointment

Surgery 2

Suite 4 Edendale Crossing Medical Centre

033 398 6873 Surgery 4

Talagu House 23 Church Street Medical Centre

033 345 6227

Services Include: • False teeth • Gold, Silver, Zirconia caps • Wide range of tooth jewellery • All conventional dentistry also done • Children’s Dentist

Contracted to all medical aids

Web: www.thronhill.co.za admissions@thornhillcc.co.za businessmanager@thornhillcc.co.za Tel: 033 342 0507 / 4309

R15 .15 R28 .25 EA

.45

R5

EA

2019 GRADE RRR-11 REGISTRATIONS

R66.35 ea

NOW OPEN

DAY AND BOARDING School fees from R900 pm, Boarding fees R2 995 pm REGISTRATIONS CLOSES ON 30 June 2018


4

SAVE

R35

7995

osteoeze gold

5995

M

R30 150g For 101 Illnesses

pure tissue oil creaM

hot Water bag

4995

• No Hot Water Required edd • No Risk of Hot Water Leaks • Ready To Use in Minutes

R24 495 125ml

FOR COLDs/ FLU!!!

Rinex Paed 100ml

R36

Corenza C 10’s

R60

ADCo-sinal Ns

R25 R50

Koflet syrup 100ml

WHY PAY MORE? PAINBLOK R

R

R50

Similar Si il tto ‘‘Panado’

THROAT Spray

R SAVE

20

R5

DILINCT Junior

R

36

100ml

R20

SAVE

Similar tto ‘B ‘Benylin li Wet W Cough’

90

R50

MAGNI SLOW R

each

Similar Si il tto ‘M ‘Medi-Keel’

SAVE

SPIRULINA

25

100’s

SAVE

SAVE

45

R55

Similar Si il tto ‘Sl ‘Slow Mag’ VAPOR

INHALER SAVE

1495

each

R20

Similar il to ‘Vi ‘Vicks k Inhaler’

TRADITIONAL AFRICAN MEDICINES Moringa 1 for R50

2 FOR R

80

SAVE R20

ubhoko 1lt 1 for R150

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

280

organiMune

cd plus 1 for R70

2 FOR R

2 FOR R

SAVE R31

SAVE R30

110

revive blood pressure ngoMa aloe vera 1 for R42

1 for R33

2 FOR R

2 FOR R

SAVE R14

SAVE R12

70

ing day, she went to Capitec and the matter was reported to the bank’s forensic section, which identified that fraud had been committed. A summary of her banking details shows all the transactions and numerous purchases of prepaid airtime and electricity vouchers. A beneficiary was created on her account and a total of five transactions were made, transferring money from her account to the beneficiary, until the limit on her cheque account was reached. In total, R11 300 was paid out from her account — excluding 20 amounts for prepaid airtime and seven amounts for prepaid electricity. “I have no idea how it happened. I have never received any funny e-mails or given out my passwords to anyone.” Nsuntsha said that Capitec indicated that the matter had been referred to their forensic division and that they had issued her with the name of the person who defrauded her. “I have no idea who the beneficiary is of the account into which the money was paid.” Nsuntsha said that the amount defrauded from her account had been a loan to finish building her

house. “The loan has gone up to R33 300 including interest. I have also been blacklisted because I refused to pay for money I didn’t use.” Responding to the alleged fraud, the Capitec communication department confirmed that Nsuntsha had been defrauded of R11 300. By the time the bank was made aware of incident,the majority of the funds had been used, a spokesperson said. The bank said they’d refunded her the sum of R2970,28 that was the amount that was “salvaged”. Capitec said it was unable to compensate her for the full amount because “the bank cannot be held liable as the safeguarding of bank cards and personalised PIN numbers remains the client’s responsibility”. Cell C also confirmed that the matter was reported to them.“Cell C will never contact its customers to request personal information, nor will we request them to ignore SMSs pertaining to sim swaps and porting requests,” it said in a response. Pietermaritzburg police station spokesperson Captain Khosi Khonjelwayo confirmed that a case of theft was being investigated after a charge was laid.

HOW DO FRAUSTERS GAIN ACCESS TO YOUR ACCOUNT? ACCORDING to Capitec, there are various ways in which fraudsters can obtain the confidential cell phone login information required to access a bank client’s account using the mobile banking platform. A common theme in such cases is that the fraudster obtains the confidential cellphone banking access information directly from the banking client. Capitec says that this fraud involves fraudulent SMSs sent to bank clients in an effort to obtain the client’s confidential banking credentials from them. The SMSs used by the fraudsters often seem genuine, as the content of the SMS implies that it was sent from a legitimate financial institution. This SMS is usually followed up by a phone call from the fraudsters — usually from a private number. The purpose of the phone call is to trick the client into divulging their personal details such as the mobile banking PIN. The fraudsters often utilise confidential and private information about the client to convince them that the phone call is in fact legitimate. The fraudster can obtain this information by various legal or illegal methods from various sources, which may have nothing to do with the bank.

200

1 for R83

135

might be a scam but the woman on the line sounded very profesORE than a year after fall- sional and I was convinced that she really worked for Cell C.” ing victim to sim swap Although Nsuntsha said that fraudsters, a Pietermashe had declined to have the sim ritzburg resident is still suffering swap done, she said that the the consequences. “agent” informed her that the moMbalenhle Nsuntsha from bile network would block her Edendale lost R11 300 due to the fraud after the sim card in her cell number because the request had already been logged. phone was hacked. “I eventually gave in and we Nsuntsha told The Witness proceeded to do the sim swap.She (Echo’s sister paper) how soon [the agent] didn’t ask any suspiafter her cellphone sim card had cious security questions about my stopped working and she was persuaded to do a sim swap she’d bank account; neither did she rewatched in horror as message aft- quest my bank pin. She only asked me to provide er message appeared on her her with three separate passphone indicating that numerous words to process the sim swap.” transactions — varying from Thereafter, Nsuntsha said, she R1 000 to R5 000 each — were received numerous SMSs, which being paid out of her account. were purportedly from Cell C, According to her, the ordeal started after she lost network cov- confirming that she had done a sim swap. erage soon after receiving a “After receiving those notificaphone call from someone who tions I lost network coverage for masqueraded as a Cell C call centhree hours.” tre agent. The resident said that when Nsuntsha told The Witness that she switched the phone on again, the bogus agent told her that the mobile network had received a re- she received SMSs. “Many of them were from my quest for a sim swap from her cellbank and I realised that money phone number. had been deducted from my acA few hours after the call,she count, without me being aware of was unable to make or receive it.” calls or SMSs. Nsuntsha said that, the follow“At first I suspected that it

NOKUTHULA KHANYILE

Wonder beans

linctagon c

May 17, 2018

>>Woman lost over R11k after sim was hacked

R185 90’ss

60’s

MARITZBURG ECHO

Local’s phone fraud ordeal

450 Church Street PMB Tel: (033) 345 3130 sonJoint

NEWS

54

ATM INSTORE • While Stocks Last!

f

Share your thoughts and views with us. Have your say on the Maritzburg Echo Facebook page.


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 17, 2018

NEWS

MANI’S

5

Principal suspended after violent protests es this week. “Teachers have taken a decision to stay away this week. We are concerned that all these interHE principal of a high school in Mphophomeni, which has been shut following ruptions will have a negative impact on learning, ongoing protests, has allegedly been sus- especially of matric studies. “It’s unknown where these allegations are pended by the Education Eepartment. The principal of Umthombo High School was coming from because he had nothing to do with apparently suspended on Friday following vio- the protests.He was not responsible for anything lent protest action that erupted at the school last that happened; he could not stop the parents and pupils from fighting for what they deserve. ” week. KZN Education spokesperson Kwazi MthethAccording to a statement by the School Governing Body (SGB),the principal has been placed wa declined to comment on the principal’s suson three months suspension and faces a disci- pension, saying that it was an internal issue. “Contractual issues are strictly between an plinary hearing. This followed protests at the school last week, employer and employee.We do not discuss interduring which pupils and parents set tyres alight, nal disputes with the media until all investigabroke windows, doors and furniture,and dam- tions have been completed,” said Mthethwa. Attempts to contact the principal this week aged vehicles. At one point,angry pupils and parents locked were unsuccessful. A Grade 11 pupil confirmed that no teaching four officials from the Education Department in took place at the school yesterday . “A lot of the puan office at the school. Police were called to the school yesterday and pils are absent.We are all concerned because we fired rubber bullets to disperse the pupils. No one have the mid-year examinations coming up, ” said the pupil. was arrested during the protest. There has been little or no teaching and learn- The pupils and teachers are demanding that the school’s quintile ranking be lowered from ing for the past three weeks at the school. SGB deputy secretary Mbali Ngubane said the four to two. They told The Witness that the curprincipal has been fingered by the department rent ranking had dire consequences for the for allegedly inciting parents and pupils using school’s funding. Ngubane said the school was also in a rununlawful procedure. Ngubane told The Witness (Echo’s sister pa- down state and most of the classes did not have per) that the allegations levelled against the prin-proper furniture. Mthethwa said the KZN Education Departcipal were a false “tactic”by the department to shy away from their commitments to resolve is- ment has plans to improve infrastructure at schools throughout the province. sues faced by the school. “If the school makes the necessary arrangeShe said some teachers who are siding with ” the principal had also resolved to abandon class- ments it will be considered for refurbishments.

NOKUTHULA KHANYILE

T

Traffic boss murder: trial resumes in june

ELECTRONICS 103 LANGALIBALELE (LONGMARKET) STREET, PMB TEL: 033 345 2221

R99 R199

R50

R120

DOUBLE DIN CAR DVD

R1999

• Bluetooth

R299

• USB INPUT

R2999

R8999 BASE & MATTRESS

QUEEN

R4999

R1999 20 MEGA PIXEL CAMERA

CUSHIONS INCLUDED

R9999

R399

DOUBLE DIN CAR CD PLAYER

ZAYANA CORNER SUITE

Dlamini on January 14,2016 at the Washington Road headquarters. Dlamini had been acting as s trafA FORMER security officer who allegedly killed the manager of public safety at Msunduzi’ Msunduzi traffic boss Phumla Dlamini,will ap- fic department. pear again in court on June 12 when his trial is ex- The trial has begun but stalled when Hlengwa could not pay his legal fees.A legal aid attorney pected to resume. Sifiso Hlengwa is alleged to have murdered has now been appointed.— ER.

f

4 GB MP3 PLAYER

EL531

SHARIKA REGCHAND

Share your thoughts and views with us. Have your say on the Maritzburg Echo Facebook page.

CORDLESS TELEPHONE

HEADPHONES

R1499 SAVE R300

POSTUREST PILLOW TOP

R3999

QUEEN

HOME THEATRE SYSTEM

9KG WASHING MACHINE

R2999 GRANITE FROM M

QUARTZ FROM M

R350

R800

P/M

BEVERAGE COOLER

• SILVER

WAS R12000

WASS R79999

WE DO GRANITE | KITCHENS | STAIR CASES | COUNTER TOPS | TOMBSTONES

CELL: 060 504 2906 • TEL: 033 817 8515 EMAIL: pmbstone@gmail.com

FRIDGESTAR

346L UPRIGHT FREEZER

P/M

268 BERG STREET, PIETERMARITZBURG 3201

R2999

Some illustrations similar to pic E&OE While Stocks Last

R5999

• OPEN AN ACCOUNT • BRING IN ID BOOK AND PAYSLIP, 3 MONTH BANK STATEMENTS

R9999 AMPLE SECURE PARKING

LAYBYES ACCEPTED


6

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

May 17, 2018

New man at Sanral the helm BYRONE ATHMAN >>Byrone.Athman@media24.com

T

HE South African National Roads Agency (Sanral) held a media briefing on Friday to introduce Sanral’s new Eastern Region manager, Dumisani Nkabinde. Taking over from former manager Logashri Sewnarain, Nkabinde said that he had big shoes to fill. “I have big boots to fill,however, I have worked with Logashri and many other experts within Sanral for some time and will accept my new responsibilities as a chal-

lenge,” said Nkabinde. Speaking at his first media briefing in Pietermaritzburg as regional manager, Nkibande emphasised the importance of the Freeway Management System (FMS). “FMS consists of technologies and strategies to monitor, control and manage freeway traffic more effectively,” said Nkibande. Nkibande explained that FMS used Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) technologies such as CCTV and communications technology which benefitted the road user through improved congestion management, faster

detection, verifications and response to road incidents such as accidents and so on. “These benefits directly result in safer roads, savings in travel times and fuel costs, as well as contributing to a cleaner environment,” said Nkibande.

Nkibande said that they are currently in the process of expanding the FMS but that it was very costly. “To roll this out in every area is very costly but the FMS is a huge benefit to all motorists and pedestrians lives,” said Nkibande.

Stainless & Mild Steel

Driveway Gates • Burglar Guards • Carports • Staircases • Door Gates • Panels • Balustrades • Customised Steel Work

15 Birmingham Road, Willowton Industrial, Pietermaritzburg Email: metald@telkomsa.net • www.metaldesignstudio.co.za Tel: 033 390 1260 • Cell: 060 507 2172

Sanral Eastern Region manager, Dumisani Nkabinde addressing the media. PHOTO: BYRONE ATHMAN

SECURITY GATE STRENGTH IS ALL IN THE DETAIL ENQUIRE ABOUT OUR NEW STYLISH ALUMINIUM RETRACTABLE GATE!

There is confusing array of security barriers available on the market, so how do you know which is the best design for you? The truth is that the strengthening features are often hidden on the inside the gate. Trellidor Retractable security gates are fully framed, have multiple locking points and our links in the trellis pattern join up three upright bars. All to ensure we give you the strongest security barrier. Contact your Trellidor franchise to find out more about why Trellidor is still the ultimate crime barrier.

TRELLIDOR PIETERMARITZBURG 033 345 4214 | 174 Boom Street, Pietermaritzburg.


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 17, 2018

Akakutholi ukuphumula olahlekelwe umshana ungile ngizokwamukela lokho ngimungcwabe ngendlela ehloniphekile njengabo bonke abasishiya emhlabeni emndenini wethu,” kubeka yena. WESILISA waseThembalihle UMnuz Madida uthe okubuhlungu e-Eastwood owalahlekelwa kakhulu ukuthi babebhalisele indlu umshana wakhe ngo-2016 yomxhaso nomshana wakhe kodwa uthi usekhalela noma ukuthola manje abakwazi ukuyithola ngenxa ithambo lakhe uma kungukuthi umayokuthi umshana wakhe akekho shana sewashona. ukuze ezoyisayinela. UMnuz Fumanani Madiba uthe “Sengize ngaphoqeleka ukuba umshana wakhe uMnuz Siphosonke ngiyisayinele mina ngoba yena akeGumede (32) walahleka ngoZibandkho nokuyinto ebengingathandi lela (December) wonyaka wezi-2016. ukuyenza. Uthe selokhu umshana wakhe “Uma kungenzeka noma yini kuanyamalala inhliziyo yakhe ayikaze mina ngiyamdinga kanjalo naye uyikuthole ukuphumula kangangoba angidinga empilweni yakhe njengoba usesizwa ukuba matasatasa ukuze kuyithina nje sobabili kuphela manazame ukukhohlwe ngobuhlungu je.” abuzwayo. Uthe umshana wakhe ubengumnUthe: “Ngesikhathi elahleka umtwana olungile kodwa kwaqala ukonshana wami ngangingekho ngangiseakala ngonyaka ka-2014 ngesikhathi Pinetown. Ngathola ucingo olungiteseqala ukubhema iwunga. shela ukuthi akasekho usebalekile Uthe kusuka lapho umshana wakekhaya ngemuva kokugqekeza anthe wavele wamushintshela. shontshe izinto okubalwa kuzona UMnuz Madida uthe uma kunguama-microwave, umabonakude kuthi uyamthola umshana wakhe uznokunye endlini yami wabe eseyabalokwenza konke okusemandleni eka. ukuthi amelekelele aqale impilo ent“Ngathi uma ngibuya ngatshelwa sha enokujabula ashiye phansi izidaukuthi unyamalele akaziwa ukuthi kamizwa. ushonephi. Sengizame kaningi Uthe usezame kaningi nokuya emukumfuna kodwa angimutholi. aphoyiseni ethi uyobika kodwa “Anginandaba nokuthi wenzani bamutshela ukuthi akabhale incwadi into engiyifunayo nje ukuthi abuye ISITHOMBE : SITHUNYELWE efungelwe ngoba sekuphele isikhathi ekhaya uma kungukuthi usaphila UMnuz Siphosonke Gumede osekuphele iminyaka emibili elahlekile. eside engamubiki ukuthi ulahlekile. ukuze sizokwazi ukuthi siqhubeke Noma ubani onolwazi ngokulahlenempilo. ela engisele naye nezingane ngiyam“Abantu babuye bathi bamubonile “Ngisho kungathiwa kwenzakale- udinga. Ngeke ngize ngikuthole e-Raisethorpe kodwa uma mina ngi- ka kukaMnuz Siphosonke Gumede ebgaxhumana noMnuz Madida enni ekugcineni usayigazi lami futhi si- ukuphuma ngingazi ukuthi washona- ya kombheka angimtholi. wumndeni siyadingana. Uyena kuph- phi. “Uma kungukuthi akasaphili kul- ombolweni ethi: 062 283 1631.

LETHIWE MAKHANYA

NEWS

7

AA: Huge fuel price hike looms

>>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

O

ANOTHER big increase in the fuel price is likely at the end of the month if current trends are anything to go by, the Automobile Association (AA) said this week. Commenting on unaudited mid-month fuel price data released by the Central Energy Fund, the AA said last month’s fuel price account was closed earlier by the Department of Energy, resulting in the postponement of a substantial 50c per litre increase brought on by a weakening rand and rising international oil prices at the end of April. This means the country started the month with a substantial fuel deficit. The AA said fuel users are,at this stage, facing increases of 74c per litre for petrol, 81c per litre for diesel, and 78c for paraffin.— BE.

f Share your thoughts and views with us.

DISCOUNT BUMPERS

RADIATORS & FANS DOOR GLASSES, GRILL KIT BONNETS, HANDLES, FENDERS & ARCHES, LIGHTS, BUMPERS WINDSCREENS MIRRORS, LOCK SETS, FENDER LINING AND FENDER LACING

AUTO BODY SUPPLIES

PH 033 345 2326 Discount Store 407 GREYLING STR PMBURG

er R5 000. T&Cs apply ov ase rch pu sh ca y an th wi IES ER LIV DE All major cards accepted. FREE VAN woodlands786@gmail.com to : ail Em . 86 37 0 39 3 03 or 01 38 0 39 14 Sheffield Road, PMBurg. Tel: 033

S L A I C E P S S R E G A MAN

WHILE STOCKS LAST

NPC CEMENT

32.5N

M150 SABS BLOCKS

COMMON BRICKS

ROOF TILES

RAFTERS 6M TREATED -BUILDING SAND -CRUSHER RUN -STONE -PLASTER SAND -UMGENI SAND

R6e3a,c9h 9 DULUX BERGER MASTER 20LT PVA

R395,00 PLASTER PRIMER 20LT

from

R495ac,h00 e

R5e,a9ch5 ALUMINIUM WINDOWS

R1,6c5h ea

R5ea,c9h5

ROOF SHEETING

DIGGING SPADES

from

R39e5a,c0h 0

R TO CLEA

R59ea,9ch9

INDOOR SPECIAL COME IN FOR A FREE QUOTE ON ENGINEERED ROOF TRUSSES

BRING IN THIS ADVERT AND GET A 5% DISCOUNT ON ALL ROOF TRUSSES

per length

R110,00 BHAMBATHA ROAD

(NEW GREYTOWN ROAD)

BIRMINGHAM ROAD

WE ARE HERE

SHEFFIELD ROAD


8

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

New pageant for PMB models

Ubuyile uzime wase-Elandskop LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com USUPHINDE washaya ibuya uzime owaziwa ngo-Miss Elandskop nozoba mhla ka-2 kuJuni e-Absolute Place ka-Siyo khona e-Elandskop kusuka ngehora leshumi ekuseni (11 am) kuze kube isebusuku. Imali yokungenela lo mcintiswano u-R100 umuntu ngamunye kanti kunemali efinyelela ku-R5 000 ezowinwa ilabo abazobe beyingxenye yomncintiswano. Lo zime ohlelwe Intabayabantu Modelling Agency kuhloswe ngawo ukukhuthaza ukuziphatha kahle kwamantombazana asakhula. UMnu Mbuso Nyandu nokumsunguli weNtabayabantu aphinde abe umhleli walo mncintiswano uthe akusikona okokuqala enza umncintiswano ofana nalona. Uthe: “Lo zime sifuna ukufundisa ngawo ozime abasakhula ukuthi kumele baziphathe kanjani kule ndima yezokumodela. Siyazi ukuthi baningi abantwana abanethalente lokumodela lapha eMgungundlovu kungukuthi nje abazi ukuthi kumele benze njani ukwenza amaphupho abo afezeke. Ngalabo zime esiloku sibenza sifuna amantombazane lawa asakhula afunde izindlela ezingi zokukhula kubona baphinde bakwazi nokuqinisa ukuzethemba kwabo ukuze uma sebephumela ngaphandle babe sebekulungele ukubhekana nezimbangi zabo. Ngiyakholelwa ekutheni ukumodela kuyasiza ekuvimbeni izinkinga eziningi ezibhekene nentsha ezifana nokukhulelwa besebancane kanye nokuzinikela ezidakamizweni. Uma umuntu esengene endimeni yezokumodela uyazi ukuthi kumele aziphathe kanjani kanti futhi kuyasiza ngoba isikhathi sabo esiningi basichitha bezilungiselela okanye bezicijela lemincintiswano,” kubeka yena.

May 17, 2018

LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@Media24.com

I

USyabonga Mpungose ozobe enandisa kulo mncintiswano. ISITHOMBE : FACEBOOK

Uqhube wathi zonke izintokazi ezizongenela lo mncintiswano zizobe sezidlulela komunye obizwa ngokuthi NGO Miss KZN. Ukungena kulo mcimbi u-R30 kanti i-VIP yona ingu-R50. Kulo mcimbi kuzobe kukhona nosaziwayo abazonandisa okubalwa kubona imbongi eyaziwayo uSyabonga Mpungose. Ngeminye imininingwane ungaxhumana noMnu Nyandu enombolweni ethi: 079 616 0059/078 188 7366

NTSHA yoMzansi Modelling Agency will host auditions for the Face of Msunduzi pageant on June 2 at the Bessie Head Library from 10 am to 4 pm and all models are invited to take part. The joining fee is R100 per model. This pageant is a first for Pietermaritzburg and it will comprise three categories. Little Miss and Mr Face of Msunduzi (ages 6 to 10 years old), Miss Teen (ages 13 to 16 years old) and Miss and Mr Face of Msunduzi (ages 16 to 22 years old). The top 12 that will be chosen as semi-finalists will battle for the crown on June 23 at the finals for this pageant. Thandokuhle Dlamini of Intsha yoMzansi Modelling Agency said they want to use modelling to bring about change in the society. “The winners for this pageant will be given tasks that they need to do in the community. That will teach them to be responsible and to behave well all the times as they will be representing our municipality everywhere they go. This title is not only about an individual but rather about our municipality and how we represent it. We are trying to teach our youngsters to be responsible in order for them to make it in life. They must know that their actions now will definitely affect them in future if they are not careful, especially those who want to make modelling their career,” he said. Dlamini said although this is a first for the pageant they plan on making it an annual event to give other youngsters an opportunity as well. “This will also help them with their portfolios when they want to enter big competitions. We want them to know how important it is to take part in pageants of this kind. Pageants like this help a lot in building confidence and improving yourself before going out into big competitions. “We want to see some of them in Miss South Africa

Mandisa Gasa who is one of the organisers of the pageant. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

one day,” he said. Models are urged to arrive at 10 am and bring their copy of birth certificate or identity document. For more information contact Mandisa Gasa on 084 045 5735.

359 Victoria Road | Pietermaritzburg 033 811 3786 033 811 5786 | idealface@vodamail.co.za 082 578 6425 | shikandermoosa@gmail.com

FROM FOUNDATION TO ROOF

NEBRASKA FACE BRICK

BEST IN TOWN

3.50 Each

ROCK FACE ex JHB

From

2.99 Each

MERANTI DOOR RAMES

BLUE BARLEY 1ST GRADE

SABS M150 (RED)

ROOF TIMBER

GOLDEN WHEAT TRAV

COMMONS SABS

1.85

5.50

per 500 + Transport

Each

PLASTER SAND AT COST

TROPAZ TRAV 1ST GRADE

250.00

From

CORO COUNTRY COTTAGE

NEVADA TRAV

From

5.50 Each

ROOF TILES

38 x 38 Treated 38 x 114 Treated

SALMON SATIN FACE BRICK

55.00 6 Meter Length

CREAM WHITE FACE BRICK

metre

SATIN DARK FACE

5.50 Each

WIRE MESH / FENCE WIRE

From

3.50 each

From

3.20 Each

EXPRESS LOADS THROUGHOUT SOUTH AFRICA

Stone, Sand and Cement

From

199.00 Each

6.95 Each

2.99 each

From

3.50 Each

INDOOR SPECIALS 3.50 Each

ALL IN STOCK

OPEN N ON N SUN NDAYS


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 9

C ra az zy y

DEALS

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

LOW LOW PRICE! Royal Rice 10kg

73

R

R

Star Maize Meal 10kg

Azam Flour 10kg

6899

R

Bakers Marie 200g

Trinco Teabags 100’s

R

99

Best Buy Baked Beans 410g

R

2799

R

R

1799

2999

R

R

Bonnita Longlife Milk 6x1lt

Knorrox Soup Bag 400g

Maggi 2 Minute Noodles 5 Pack

1199

2999

5799

R

2199

Wellington’s Tomato Sauce 700ml

La Italiana Peanut Butter 400g

4for R20

R

Jungle Oats 1kg

Futurelife Porridge 500g

3for R25

1699

3899

Huletts Sugar 2.5kg

Sunfoil Oil 2lt

R

1699

R

1199

LOW LOW PRICE!

Knorrox Packet Soups

Stork Country Spread Tub 1kg

3for R12

R

2899

Pampers Jumbo Pack

155

R

Butchery

FRESH CUTS

00

R

R

Domestos 750ml

R

7999

Rump Steak R St k per/ / kg k

Coke & Flavours 2lt

Powerplay 440ml

1099

R

1499

Exello Washing Powder 2kg

Lavender/ Original/ White & Shine

1999

Coke Zero/ Light, TAB, Sprite Zero, Fanta Zero 2.25lt

R

4999

S it Wors W / kg k Saverite per/

2.25lt

R

1399

6499

R

Stewing Beef St i B f per/ / kg k

99

Twinsaver Roller Towels 4’s

Britelite Greenbar 3’s

2899

R

15

R

R

R

2299

4999

Chicken Mince per/ Chi k Mi / kg k

Saverite Pietermaritzburg: 457 Langalibalele Street •Tel: 033 342 8832 • Promotion Valid from 17 - 23 May 2018 • Ample Free Secure Parking • No Hawkers, No Traders • Atm Instore • Pension Payouts Done Instore • E&OE


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

The auspicious month of Ramadan FASTING is not a mindless exercise of torturing the body by remaining hungry and thirsty. It is extremely meaningful and produces tremendous benefits for the fasting person. Increased Ibadah and devotion in Ramadan makes a Muslim feel closer to the creator, and generate appreciation for all his provisions. Food, water etc, as a boon and blessing from Him. By becoming more charitable in this month, feelings of generosity, soft heartedness and goodwill towards others are developed. The Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) was more generous than the swift blowing winds in this month.

Through self-control and the discipline of fasting a Muslim develops tolerance, patience, contentment good manners, kind words and good habits. Because fasting is a collective activity, it creates a sense of belonging to the global family of believers and strengthens family ties and Islamic brotherhood on a local level as well. One of the outstanding benefits of fasting is that a Muslim experiences hunger and thirst, and thus identifies with the daily plight of the hungry and poor. In this way it generates a real and intense degree of sympathy and concern for the underprivileged who have so little to survive on.

This in turn makes Muslims reach out to the poor and the hungry. Ramadan is a very special month, but it is important for the benefits of this month to remain throughout the year. The spirit of piety and spiritual elevation experienced in Ramadan should stay on during our “normal” lives in the prevailing eleven months. And when the spiritual batteries begin to weaken, again comes the next Ramadan to give a full charge. Ramadan Kareem to one and all and a happy and joyous Eid Mubarak in advance. A.S.E AMEEN Mountain Rise Pietermaritzburg

CONTACT US

OPINION

OMBUDSMAN

10

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 17, 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.

Violence not the way to push for change SUPRA Mahumapelo must fall on his assegai like his patron Jacob Zuma. It is inevitable that drivers of the “ANC renewal and new dawn” are ready to uproot the Zumafication of the ANC and state, even if it takes sleeping with an “enemy”. At the funeral of Nokukhanya Luthuli, wife of Chief Albert Luthuli, Nelson Mandela said: “In all political parties, there are good men and women”. We must never use vulgar politics, the destruction of property, the stoning of cars and looting of shops to get rid of disciples of Zuma but we must be revolutionary, as we were in the 1952 Defiance Campaign, and the Alexandra bus and potato boycotts in the fifties and eighties when we made apartheid “ungovernable”. The sentence given to Andile Lungisa (three years’ imprisonment by the

Port Elizabeth Magistrate’s Court for assault with the intent to cause grievous bodily harm, for smashing a glass jug over the head of former member of the mayoral committee Rano Kayser during a Nelson Mandela Bay council meeting in October 2016) must be a lesson to violent protestors, soccer hooligans and the likes of Mduduzi Manana. A Groutville councillor who assaulted three women has not been investigated by the ANC and Commission for Gender Equality, but the ANCYL has not taken a hard stance similar to that taken against Oscar Pistorius, why? The sentence given to Lungisa is a reminder that even ANC deployees must behave in a non-violent way. SIYANDA MHLONGO KwaDukuza


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 11


12

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

May 17, 2018

Laptops donated to Nobanda Primary School LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

T

EN laptops were donated to Nobanda Primary School in Sweetwaters last Thursday. These laptop were donated by elkT om after Nobanda Primary won the environmental competition which started in 2014. Nobanda was one of 40schools that entered the competition this year. School principal Thula Shabalala said that they have been working together with a community project called Sidlangoludala Community Project throughout the whole competition. “It was one of the requirements that schools work with a community project in teaching pupils about their school and the environment. Telkom then came to our school and interviewed our pupils to check how much they have learnt about their school and environment, and we won. “We did not believe it when we received the call that we have a been selected as a winner.We are very excited about these laptops and we are very grateful to Telkom. It has always been our dream to have a fully equipped computer lab. It was a vision that the previous principal had before she left the school. We even changed one of the classrooms into a computer lab but we had no computers, until 10 old computers were donated to us few years back. “These laptops are going to be a

PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Telkom staff, Nobanda Primary pupils and teachers and Sidlangoludala members during the laptops handover. great help not only to pupils and teachers but to the community as a whole. We will now be able to learn about the technology and the pupils will be able

to learn how to use computers,” Sha- ers or laptops donated.“Right now pu- promised us to come back and assist pils will have to work in pairs of two be-us.” Sidlangoludala also received two balala said. Shabalala said that the school now has a total of 20 computers. cause we do not have enough comput- laptops for assisting the school She said they hope to get more comput- ers and laptops at the but Telkom has throughout the competition.

Sanral freeway management MOTORISTS using KwaZulu-Natal freeways can make smart decisions to remain safe and avoid congestion, thanks to the implementation of the Freeway Management System (FMS). The system relays real-time information to alert motorists about incidents that are unsafe and most likely to cause build-up of traffic and subsequent delays. “A freeway can have six lanes but a single incident such as a breakdown or collision can have a major impact on the flow of traffic in both directions,” said Nkabinde Dumisani,regional manager (Eastern region) for the South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL). Nkabinde said that the FMS consisted of technologies and strategies to monitor, control, and manage freeway traffic more effectively. SANRAL first embarked on the implementation of the FMS on strategic road sections in KZN during 2009 following the successful pilot FMS implementation on the Ben Schoeman Highway in Gauteng. The FMS system entails the active management of road networks using Intelligent Transport Systems (ITS) technologies. ITS involves the integrated deployment of communications technologies,traffic management software and control devices such as closed-circuit television cameras (CCTV), variable message signs (VMS) and traffic detectors to enable the active management and monitoring of freeways.“The many benefits to the road user on such a managed network include improved congestion management, faster detection, verification and response to road incidents such as accidents, road obstructions and road hazards and provision of real time traveller information to road users. These benefits directly result in safer roads, savings in travel times and fuel costs, as well as contributing to a cleaner environment,” said Nkabinde. The FMS in KZN currently covers around 120 km of the busiest sections of the N2 and N3 — from the Prospecton interchange on the N2, northward to the Watson Highway interchange, and on the N3 from the Candella Road bridge to the Market Road.Further expansions are in the process from Market Road to the Cedara interchange which includes the

high accident zone at Town Hill. These freeway sections are equipped with 147CCTV cameras, 26 VMS units and 57 radar vehicle detection units, all linked through a fibre optic communications backbone to a Traffic Management Centre (TMC) located at the SANRAL offices in Pietermaritzburg. Nkabinde said that incident detection and verification of times in KZN were impressive, with the average detection time down to 76 seconds. “This is in large part accomplished by an efficient TMC operations team and an effective performance monitoring regime. “The TMC works closely with and provides real time traffic and accident information to the various authorities involved in road incident management, such as police and emergency services. “To further improve the response to traffic incidents, officers from KZN provincial police are currently collocated at the TMC.” The SANRAL TMC operates on a 24/7 basis and has 23 staff involved in road network monitoring and incident management. It deals with an average of 800 traffic-related incidents every month. Stationary vehicles on the network (mostly heavy motor vehicles) account for just over half of all the traffic incidents detected. Approximately 17% of the total traffic-related incidents are vehicle accidents — which equates to an average of 140accidents per month. Most of these accidents (over 70%) involve light motor vehicles either in single or multiple vehicle collisions. The freeway sections around the EB Cloete systems interchange (Spaghetti Junction) and the Umgeni interchange on the N2 record the highest number of traffic incidents.A traveller information website www.i-traffic.co.za is also available to the public and provides useful information such as traffic conditions,road works, road conditions, congestion and traffic alert information. Users can also register on site and subscribe for free SMSes and e-mail traffic alerts. There is real-time viewing of the various camera feeds along the routes.Traffic information is also posted via social media via the @i_trafficKZN Twitter account, which currently has around 175 000 followers. — Supplied.


May 17, 2018

MARITZBURG ECHO

13

There’s hope for hungry tummies P

Singh also takes the approach of rewarding IETERMARITZBURG KFC manager has led the way for Add Hope KFC teams as the tills and encouraging staff.“Every day we post the total play a key role in KFC’ s unique Add Hope ini- amount raised and the percentage of customers who contributed on our noticeboard.It gets quite tiative. They’re on the front line,asking customers if competitive and we want to raise the most!” Each KFC also donates a percentage of their they’d like to add a donation to their bill — which overall profits to Add Hope,with donations from can be a big ask when money is tight. Desmond Singh manages the bustling KFC at KFC restaurants around the country amounting The Capital Centre in Pietermaritzburg,and un- to R25 million last year. der his leadership the team at this KFC has raised “What makes Add Hope work is the partnercontribute the most nationally for Add Hope for three succes- ship — we partner with our customers, sive years. Singh is also a previous winner of the our own Corporate Social Investment money and overall restaurant general manager of the year at dedication and together we’ve been able to contribute over R400 million to the fight against hunKFC’s annual event, showing how highly the ger to date. brand values his passion for Add Hope. I’m proud to be part of feeding 120 000 kids “Add Hope is incredibly important and it’ s bearound South Africa, and happy to contribute to come part of the way we work here, ” says Singh. “I believe in giving 10% of what you earn to those who are right here on our doorstep.At the charity, and Add Hope makes it easy for people to end of the day,Add Hope is a simple way to make a give to a cause where you know the money is goingreal difference to children,and so many are sufferto be well used and will reach children in our own ing in our communities.Good meals can change a child’s future and we can all be part of that, ” said community.” The Pietermaritzburg Children’s Home, SOS Singh. Thabisa Mkhwanazi,KFC corporate affairs diChildren’s Villages Pietermaritzburg and the GIMRF Help Centre are some of the local NGOs thatrector and Add Hope champion,said: “We’re very benefit from the efforts of Singh,his team and the proud of what Desmond Singh and his team in Pidonations of KFC customers.According to Singh, etermaritzburg are doing to lead the way for Add success with Add Hope is all about training, mak- Hope and we appreciate every customer donation. ing it real and keeping it visible. “It’s very important that all our KFC team mem“Some customers aren’t sure about where the money goes, so we show them by displaying pic- bers have the opportunity to be part of this and can see the money going to local communities. tures of the homes we support, ” he said. “Many of my staff have also been able to visit the “With inspired and passionate people behind NGOs and see the impact in our local community the cause, we can make a great contribution to first hand. They’re very happy to tell customers turning the tide on hunger in our communities and helping children thrive.” — Supplied. about it.”

Kushuthwe ifilimu kwaJika-Joe baqaphele ikakhulukazi lemisebenzi ekhangiswa kuma-internet. Ngaphambi kokuba bafake izicelo zayo nokuthi bayamukele kumele baqale INDAWO yakwaJika-Joe ingenye yezindawo ez- bayihlolisise ukuthi ikhona ngempela yini ngoizovela kwifilimu elisha elibizwa nge- Human ba ziningi izigameko zabantu abahamba bethi bathole imisebenzi kodwa bangaphinde baTrafficking part 3 nelizophuma ekupheleni buye. kwalo nyaka. “Abanye babo badayisiswa imizimba emazLeli filimu lishuthelwe endaweni yakwaJikaJoe kusetshenziswa abalingisi baseMgungund- weni angaphandle ngoba bahamba bethi bathole imisebenzi ngenxa yokuthi ayikho imiselovu nabaseMlazi, eThekwini. NgoLwesithathu olwedlule abaqondisi bale- benzi eMzansi Afrika. Okubuhlungu kakhulu ngalezi zigameko wukuthi abantu abayizisulu filimu bavakashele kule ndawo bezoshutha zazo abafuni ukuphumela obala bakhulume khona ezinye zeziqephu. ukuze kuzoxwayiswa nabanye,” kubeka yena. Ngokusho kukaMqondisi waleli filimu Uqhube wathi into eyenze ukuthi bazoshutuMnuz Bheki Zikhali uthe inhloso yale filimu ukuqwashisa ngezinkinga lokushushumbiswa ha ingxenye yaleli filimu kwaJika-Joe ingoba bebefuna ukunikeza abalingisi baseMgunkwabantu nokuntshontshwa kwezingane. gundlovu ithuba lokuba bakhombise ithalente Uthe: “Seziningi kakhulu izigameko zokushushumbiswa kwabantu besifazane bethen- labo. “Bebehleli bexhumana nami becela ukuba jiswa imisebenzi kanye nezigameko zokuntshontshwa kwezingane. Yingakho sithe ake sis- ngibasize ngokuveza ithalente labo yingakho ngiqoke ukuthi ngisebenzise isiqephu esishuukume silwe nalesi sihlava siqwashise ” umphakathi ngendlela yefilimu. Sifuna abantu thelwe kwaJika-Joe ukuze beveze leli ithalente.

LETHIWE MAKHANYA

>>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

Kunikelwe ngamajezi iTetelegu Primary

ISITHOMBE: SITHUNYELWE

IHHOVISI le-Public Servants Association (PSA) eMgungundlovu linikelele ngamajezi kubafundi basesikoleni iTetelegu Primary KwaMpumuza.


Page 14

Maritzburg ECHO

17 May 2018

750ml

10kg

2kg

3

FOR

72

R

13

99

99

10kg

Maq h as Handw owder gP Washin2kg

750ml

Royal Rice

0 0 1

Sunfoil Canola Oil

5kg

Ch Ta

59

49

99

99

6x500ml

Bonnita UHT Milk

5kg

Golden Pride Brown Sugar

37

99

2kg 2

Nalma Red Speckled Beans

49

99

1kg

Curry King Extra Special Chilli Powder

Gre Pre Eac

Go Re 1kg

3

FOR

16

99

300g

Bull Brand Corned Meat

R

20 410g

Checkout Baked Beans In Tomato Sauce

6

99

500g

D’lite 50% Fat Spread

PRICES VALID 17TH - 20TH MAY 2018

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

14

99

325g

G Georgie Porgie Burgers

Fre Cu

R For

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


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 15

OUR BEST SAVER DEALS

RED/BLUE

899

9 1099 50g

799 17

125g

Kiwi Shoe Polish Each

Close Up Toothpaste Each

240ml

Perfect Choice Oil Sheen Spray Each ch

ALL SIZES

0

THIS AUTUMN

9 2299

5999 500g

9999

750ml

Sunlight Liquid

Rave Laundry Soap Each

Cuddlers Pants

ANY

3

15

750g

14 4

Checkout Tangy Mayonnaise

Bokom Bokomo Morning Oats

99

99

500g

9

99

Green Peppers Pep Prepacked Each

Golden Delicious / Red/Green Apples 1kg

10

99

3 R 120

Imana Cook-in-Sauce Cook in Each

Bo Bokomo Pronutro Each

Carrots Prepacked 1kg

Naarjies 1kg

Beef Or Savoury Mince Per kg

499

48/58 4 8g

500g

FOR

Fresh Cut Culls

9 599

31

99

FOR

8

99

10

99

59

99

R

34g

104g

Imana Gravy Each

Onions 3kg

Smash Assorted

24

99

13

99

Red Grapes Punnet Each

Battered Hake 4’s

40 40

34

95

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.

1299 200g

Bakers Red Label Each

Pocket Potatoes ±7kg

Oranges Carry Pocket Each

Stewing Beef Per kg

3599

1799

5999

Services available in-store FIND US:

www.checkout.co.za


Page 16

Maritzburg ECHO

17 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

1kg

77

Supreme Cake Wheat Flour

29

99

Spekko Rice

100s

29

10kg

11299

Huletts White Sugar

Bokomo Corn Flakes

BUY 3 FOR 1litre

BUY 3 FOR 110g

PureJoy Juice assorted

Pringles Snacks assorted

33

00

39

99

18s

6999

99

Five Roses Tea Bags

99

Baby Soft Toilet Tissue 2ply

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

various

149

99

Pampers Active Jumbo Pack

BUY 3 FOR 1kg

100

00

Rama Original Brick / Tub

Shop online @ www.supersave.co.za | Prices valid from 17 - 23/5/2018


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 17

MORE FOR YOUR MONEY

BABY CARE

various

124

various

89

99

Huggies Dry Comfort assorted

various

349

99

BUY 3 FOR 200ml

various

13999

99

Huggies Pants Boys / Girls

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

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

00

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 17 - 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


18

MARITZBURG ECHO

NEWS

MY ECHO SOAPIES MUVHANGO Thursday, May 17 Teboho decides to up the pressure on Azwindini. KK sees another side of Meme that he never knew existed. Thobile realizes that waitressing is not an easy job.

MaMlambo gets a new look that turns heads. Thobile finds herself in an uncomfortable corner with the Mumsy saga. Mondli’s debt grows, but his pride won’t allow him to go for the solution staring him in the face.

Friday, May 18 Teboho’s tactic to reveal the altercation video backfires. Imani makes a startling discovery about Meme. Moliehi almost faints when Thobile comes to serve her at Dukathole.

Monday, May 21 Pastor Mdletshe begins to ask suspicious questions about Qhabanga’s source of funds, Nosipho has to make a decision about working with MaNgcobo, and Nkunzi continues to pursue MaMlambo.

Monday, May 21 Rendani makes a shocking decision - she wants to stay on as Regent. Meme gives KK another chance with hope that she’ll beat him at his own game. Thobile tells Moliehi that their problems are not money related.

Tuesday 22 May 22 2018 MaMlambo and Nkunzi are spending more and more time together. Can they resist the attraction or will MaNgcobo catch them?

Tuesday, May 22 Vho-Makhadzi arrives to restore order in the Royal house and she declares that she will find out who poisoned Rendani. Meme is taken aback when KK owns up to his mistakes. A slightly older but rich and handsome stranger catches Thobile’s eye. Wednesday, May 23 Teboho is desperate to conceal her evil deeds. KK digs a hole in Meme’s heart when he opens up about his painful past. Thobile goes out on a date with her new suitor.

Wednesday 23 May 23 What starts as a happy day quickly turns into a nightmare for the Mdletshe’s as Mumsy reveals a shocking secret at her baptism. ISIDINGO Thursday, May 17 When no customers show up at the salon, it dawns on Lerato that she might have caused the downfall of her own business. Benjamin thanks Lincoln for using his influence to secure him a job as CEO of SG - Ben sees this as a sign of Lincoln’s loyalty to him. Zandre announces that he is moving out.

UZALO Thursday, May 17 Nkunzi taunts Qhabanga. Zekhethelo stands up to Gabisile. MaNgcobo wants to find MaMlambo a man.

Friday, May 19 Mayor Nolwazi’s visit to the hotel comes with a surprise welcome gift from the FFC. Kgothalo tries to convince her mother to be wary about Lincoln. Hendrik and Zandre refuse to let bygones be.

Friday, May 18

Monday, May 21

Things are tense at the hotel as they try to do damage control, Lalage and Lerato have a fall out and Sechaba gives them an ultimatum. Lincoln swallows his pride and apologises to Kgothalo and Mmakgosi for the tension that’s been in the house, and wants them to turn over a new leaf. Zandre lands himself a new friend who might potentially be his first client. Tuesday, May 22 Lalage quits her job at the hotel. Eddie warns Benjamin against Lincoln. Seline flirts with Zandre. Wednesday 23 May 2018 Just when things are finally looking up, Wendy’s dark past returns to haunt her. Ben discovers that getting what he wished for comes at a deeply painful price. Nina sets out to expand her business. GENERATIONS Thursday, May 17 Mrekza isn’t ready to forgive and forget. Zoe doesn’t trust Tshidi one little bit. Brandon pops the question. Friday 18 May 2018 Gadaffi continues to lure in his ex. Mazwi lies to further the aim of the alliance. Gog’Flo isn’t happy when Getty uses her kitchen as a waiting room. Monday, May 21 Nandi is determined to take control of her life. Michael unknowingly sabotages the seduction scheme. Jack discovers his office has been bugged.

sister insults her man. Tshidi comes up with a new way to pull of the seduction. Wednesday, May 23 Getty begs her ancestors to give her the answers she needs. Zoe isn’t happy to hear Brandon is dating. Gadaffi’s revenge plan is coming together nicely. SCANDAL Thursday, May 17 A woman discovers a treasure trove, but hanging onto it is not easy. A mother is shocked by the views of an older, seemingly conservative woman. A meeting gets awkward when former rivals realise they have to pull together. Friday, May 18 A woman can’t help giving into temptation. A grandmother and granddaughter connect while a father and son look to work out the way forward. A battle of the sexes kicks off, literally and figuratively.

May 17, 2018

Monday, May 21 A hustler is on top of the world until she discovers that her lucky find is dangerous. A mother undertakes to dig deep in order not to lose a loved one. A group of women decides to punch way above its weight. Tuesday, May 22 Dintle is disturbed to glimpse a terrifying face from her past. Chumani is resolved to move on with his life, despite one family member’s anger over how another has treated him. The men’s Futbol team’s confidence is slightly shaken by the mystery surrounding a teammate’s ability. Wednesday, May 23 Dintle confirms a frightening suspicion, whilst Layla takes action on her own suspicion. A family seems to be mending, but not everyone is happy about it. A battle does not go as expected by one of the sides. Maumela Mahuwa as Susan on Muvhango. PHOTO: SOURCED

Tuesday, May 22 Lesedi thinks she might’ve found the perfect boyfriend. Lucy gets angry when her

THE INDEX NOW OPEN

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!

Brought to you by

DOWNLOAD NOW!


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 19


Page 20

Maritzburg ECHO

17 May 2018


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 21


Page 22

Maritzburg ECHO

17 May 2018


17 May 2018

Maritzburg ECHO

Page 23


MARITZBURG ECHO

24

May 17, 2018

Mathematics or maths literacy W

HEN it comes to choosing your school subjects, the reality is that many pupils and perhaps parents do not understand the importance of the choice or the difference between mathematical literacy and mathematics. But pick the wrong one and the consequences for your child’s future can be disastrous. Matsoso Tsoaeli, project director of Transformation and Growth at the South African Institute of Chartered Accountants (SAICA) said, “Studies show that it is better for you to get 40% in mathematics than it is to get 100% in mathematical literacy. This is because it is harder to get into university if you take mathematical literacy. You need an A or level 7 code to enter most universities with mathematical literacy and even then your career choices will be severely limited as many career paths do not allow maths literacy pupils to follow them.” Since many parents are unsure of what the difference actually is between these two subjects, here is a quick breakdown between

IZAZISO •Besicela ukufuniswa umama kaAyanda noThalente Zondi. UMama wezingane udume ngelika Khumbuzile Zondi. Wagcina ukubonakala KwaMpumuza. Noma ubani onolwazi ngobaba wezingane uyacela naye asithinte. Onolwazi angaxhumana noSonhlalakahle uNksz Zondi enombolweni ethi:033 392 8600. Angaxhumana futhi namaphoyisa aseduze ukudlulisa umbiko. •I-Pietermaritzburg Service office icela ukufuniswa abazali ba Mkhize Nikitha umama waziwa ngoTina Tholakele Mkhize waseM-

the two. WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE? Mathematics deals with theories and concepts and problems not necessarily encountered in everyday life (think trigonometry, algebra and basic calculus). In contrast to this, mathematical literacy deals with common practical problems like budgeting, interest calculations etc. To the practical parent or pupil looking at the above over-simplified definition, mathematical literacy may be a tempting choice. Surprisingly, however, the more “practical” subject is the least useful to a learner’s future. This is because, at its heart, mathematics teaches a level of problem-solving that pupils who do not take this subject are not exposed to. For this reason, and many others, once you choose to take maths literacy over mathematics, you cannot change subjects. This means that if your child is looking to pursue a university degree leading to careers in the fields of accounting, medicine, engineering, physics, chemistry, IT and more

(or even if they are not sure what they want to study yet), by not choosing mathematics, your child will be immediately excluded from such qualifications and the career opportunities they provide. Less obvious is the fact that learners with mathematics will also be more likely to be accepted to non-mathematics-related qualifications than their more “practical” mathematical-literacy counterparts. SO WHY THEN DO SOME SCHOOLS PUSH MATHS LITERACY ON THEIR PUPILS? Schools tend to focus on matric pass rates and “university passes”. Yet pupils and their parents should remember that a socalled “university pass” does not necessarily equate to earning a prized spot at a university. Competition is fierce. There are always more applicants than places. Some pupils may be convinced that it is their destiny to be a poet or movie star. They may argue that they do not need matric, let alone a pass that includes mathematics.

This is all very well but why limit your options? Life is long. Desires may change as you mature. At 15, it is difficult to commit to a single path. By choosing mathematics pupils are hedging their bets and increasing their life options. HOW TO GUIDE YOUR CHILD IN THE VERY IMPORTANT DECISION OF SUBJECT CHOICE • Take the time to ensure your child is aware of the importance of the decision and its future consequences. There are real consequences to this decision. • Listen to teachers’ recommendations but realise that the ultimate decision is yours and your child’s. If a teacher suggests maths literacy, question their logic and motives. See if they withstand your scrutiny. Most teachers have pupils ’ best interests at heart. Unfortunately, it is possible that a dishonourable few may give other agendas priority. They may suggest mathematical literacy due to a conflict of interest. Mathematical literacy is an easier subject. Conse-

quently, on average, the results of the learners who take mathematical literacy will be higher than if they had chosen mathematics. This makes the school and the teacher look better. • Explain to your child the benefits of taking the more challenging subject. This is particularly relevant to pupils that find mathematics difficult. Focus their attention on the obvious benefits of mathematics as a subject choice. Let them know that while mathematics is hard, it is doable. Tsoaeli said: “All it takes to succeed is patience. Studies show that what makes people good at mathematics is the amount of time and energy they take in practicing getting it right.” Making increasingly important decisions is part of growing up. Life is a game in which the stakes are real. Making our children aware of this is our responsibility as parents. The process of choosing matric subjects provides an opportunity for parental guidance where it matters most. Make it count.

Thumela izaziso nezithombe zakho ku lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com Send your notices to Echo or e-mail photos to lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com bali Unit 13 ubaba akaziwa onolwazi athinte usonhlalakahle uKheswa enombolweni ethi: 033 392 8600. •I-Pietermaritzburg Service office icela ukufuniswa ubaba kaCele Okuhle waseMbali Unit AA ozalwa nguCele Neliswa Princess ongasekho emhlabeni onolwazi ucelwa ukuthi axhumane nosonhlalakahle uKheswa enombolweni ethi:033 392 8600. •I-Pietermaritzburg Service office icela ukufuniswa ubaba kaHlongwa Lethukuthula wasePeacevalley owamthola kuHlongwa Joyce Nokuthula ongasekho emhlabeni onolwazi axhumane nosonhlalakahle uKhes-

wa enombolweni ethi:033 392 8600. •Sicela ukufuniswa abazali ba Mkhize Nikitha umama waziwa ngoTina Tholakele Mkhize waseMbali Unit 13 ubaba akaziwa onolwazi axhumane osonhlakakahle uKheswa enombolweni ethi: 033 392 8600. •Sicela ukufuniswa umama kaMandisa Sibahle Ndlovu waKwaVubamasi KwaPata ozalwa ngo-25/03/2005. Onolwazi sicela axhumane nosonhlalakahle uNksz N khumalo enombolweni ethi: 033 392 8605. • Sicela ukufuniswa abazali baWandile Sphesihle Kheswa ozalwa

ngo-27/07/2007. •Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka-Amahle Lwandile Mshengu ozalwa ngo-14/08/2005. Umndeni wakhe owase Mbali eUnit 1. •I-Pietermaritzburg Child and Family Welfare Society icela ukufuniswa ubaba ka -Andile Phoswa. Onolwazi sicela axhumane nosonhlalakahle uVuyo Ngcekwa enombolweni ethi : 033 342 8971 noma azifikele mathupha emahhovisi alenhlangano ku-224 Hoosen Haffejee Street ePietermaritzburg.

•Sicela ukufuniswa ubaba ka Syanda Phungula oneminyaka eyisishiyagalolunye. Onolwazi sicela axhumane no Sonhlalakahle uZanele Mdunge kulenombolo: 033 342 8971. •UMnyango wezokuThuthukiswa lasePietermaritzburg licela ukufuniswa uBaba kaDladla Thembelihle noDladla Thulasizwe owaziwa ngoMsomi Thulani, ubuye aziwe ngoThabang ongaziwa ukuthi ukuphi. Owabathola kuDladla Eunice Ngoneni ongasekho. Onolwazi sicela axhumane noSonhlalakahle uZondi Ntokozo kule nombolo: 033 392 8609.

LAST CHANCE TO WIN FORTUNER GD 6

PURCHASE ANY 2 DUNLO OP OR SUMITOMO TYRES TO QU UALIFY WISHING ALL OUR MUSLIM CLIENTS A BLESSED FASTING MONTH- RAMADAN MUBARAK t he Bes Voted t gional Re Dunlop r of the ale Tyre De 2018 a e y r

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


17 May 2018

KHAYELIHLE

ices Se r v eral Fun

DLAMINI Sipho James

1972-02-12-2018-05-13

MCHUNU Msawenkosi Qashana 1972-09-11-2018-05-10

Obengowase 4968 Vubamasi-Pata Location. Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seCaluza Hall ngo 10 ekuseni. KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

DLAMINI Ntombizodwa Charlotte 1978-03-05-2018-05-13

Maritzburg ECHO

classifieds

GENERAL 1400

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

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

DLAMINI Thuthukani

MAHLABA Philemon Falakhe

1991-09-05-2018-05-10

1962-12-28-2018-05-10

offers

STOP SUFFERING IN SILENCE

3680

ITHEMBA lempilo register full/part time course HIV/AIDS counselling 1460 home based care TB Dots, Network Marketing computer, cashier, engabe udinga extra receptionist. 30 Timber income! 076 862 4908 Street, 078 572 0212 PERSONAL

OObengowase 1836 Mbabala Road Obengowase 1836 Mbabala Road Imbali Unit 2 Imbali Unit 2 Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni aseMountain Rise. Ngemva kwenkonzo aseMountain Rise Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba seLife Bible Church ngo 10 ekuseni ezoba seLife Bible Church ngo 10 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE KHAYELIHLE Services ervices

Philadelphia Educare

ECHO PERSONAL SERVICES

GENERAL & HOME SERVICES

FOR HIRE 1820

TLB

Grow your

Business

ADVER TISE!

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.

CALL OR WHATSAPP 063 103 6696 .

DR CHILONGO FROM LICHINGA

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

ZUMA Dudu Doreen

1958-07-10-2018-05-13

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

DLAMINI MONDLI SIMON

1975-12-25-2018-05-14

HIRE Contact

Jackson

082 654 7341 PROPERTIES

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

ZONDI Muzi Eric

1969-10-10-2018-05-13

Obengowase Thorneville Uzofihlwa ngeSonto emathuneni asekhaya e-Ixopo Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya e-Ixopo- Emasamini KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

Obengowase 31888 Impala Road Unit 2 Imbali Uzofihlwa ngoMgqibelo emathuneni asekhaya eBulwer Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya eBulwer- Centocow ngo 10 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

MKHIZE Raymond

1961-05-26-2018-05-07

Obengowase 6726 Main Road St Wendolins Uzofihlwa ngeSonto emathuneni asekhaya Ngemva kwenkonzo ezoba sekhaya ngo 10 ekuseni KHAYELIHLE ervices Funeral S 40 Langalibalele Street Tel: 033 345 9141 Cell: 082 693 3574

HOUSES FOR SALE

Pay after success LOVE PROBLEMS • Bring back lost lover (2 days), make them love you alone and not cheat on you. Men who are weak in bed come for cream and mulondo to make you strong and big FINANCIAL NEEDS • Magic Stick to make you rich in 3 days. Win lotto and casino, Magic wallet to make you rich in 2 days, buying and selling property in one week. Double your salary SPECIAL NEEDS • Remove witch crafts and destroy evil spirits NB We finish unfinished jobs by other doctors and pay after job is done.

060 429 0992 Whatsapp

Maritzburg Echo and Media24 have not verified whether any of the services or products advertised will have the desired effect or outcome. Readers will note that some of the promised results in the advertisements are extraordinary and may be impossible to achieve. Beware some of the procedures and claims advertised may be dangerous if not executed by a qualified medical practitioner. 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.

Inyanga endala edumile (with over 15 years experience healing). Khokha sewuphumelele • Ukubuyisa isithandwa sakho • Bheka mina ngedwa • Thola ingane or umshado • Sikhulisa induku yakho • Win casino, lotto and court cases • Khipha izichitho/ ibhadi • Ukungatholi umsebenzi • Amagundane alanda imali, magic wallet, magic stick, imali esheshayo

CELL: 060 429 0992 WHATSAPP

3275

EDENDALE: 3 bed R250 000 UNIT 2: 4 room R275 000 SLANGSPRUIT: house R120 000 GEZUBUSO: 3 bed R350 000 HOPEWELL: House R85 000 THORNVILLE: Unfinished 3 bed House R120 000 KWAPATA: 3 bed, double garage R650 000 Uma ufuna ukuthenga, noma ufuna ukudayisa umuzi wakho thinta u. Thokozani Mdunge ku 072 624 3278 Sithenga imizi ngo-cash HOUSE FOR SALE AT HENLEY DAM Contact: 066 467 5066 PROPERTIES WANTED TO BUY

PROF BASHIR

PROF BASHIR UZOKUSIZA

3301

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

EMPLOYMENT WANTED 3670

FOR ALL YOUR APPLIANCES Fridges, Washing machines, Dish washers, electrical installations and repairs, Plumbing, Tap leakage etc. Call: Len 061 003 5505 /072 429 2877

MAMA NOMONDE NDLOVU CALL 063 426 0467 OR WHATSAPP 078 418 3447 FOR APPOINTMENT IN PMB

• Get quick money on your account same day R250 • Magic ring, wallet or rate R200 • Bring back lost lover R150 • Win court cases R100 • Win competition, tenders, lotto, casino, sameday R100 • Stop drinking and smoking R150 • Muti to bring back lost or stolen property R150 • Cleansing homes, business and cars • Business attractions for cash generations R100 • Muti for men to make women follow you R100 • Muti to protect your homes and business from thieves R150 • Marriage and divorce problems R80 • Penis Enlargement • Woman’s Clinic

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

Page 25

- Bring back lost lover and will love you more - I can show you your enemies in my TV and revenge - Financial problems - Sandawana oil, winning court cases - All diseases eg. BP, Leg problems - Binding poverty - Unsettles marriages - Bad spirit in your family - Take someone out of jail no matter the offence - Short boys, quick money If you have lost hope, I am challenging any herbalist who disappointed you, unfinished jobs failed by other doctors. Come with your problems, I will help and all the impossible becomes possible.

073 414 1981

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

DR SUNARI 060 477 7774 GREAT SKILLS FROM NATURAL EXPERIENCED AND POWERFUL FORCES

* 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

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

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 Contact Fiona Adams – 084 030 3210 Boom Street area

DR OLIVER FROM NYASALAND P.O BOX NLANJE

A son of Abiti Daud, the owner of medicine is Ntuma. The grand-father told me to help people from South Africa and other countries. Come to me I will help you. This is the last hope you trust in your life. My muthi is 100% guaranteed for you. - Bring back lost lover and will love you more, think about you all the time no matter how long you have been separated - I can show you your enemies in my TV and revenge - Financial problems - Sandawana oil, winning court cases - All diseases eg. BP, Leg problems - Binding poverty - Unsettles marriages - Bad spirit in your family - Take someone out of jail no matter the offence - Short boys, quick money If you have lost hope, I am challenging any herbalist who disappointed you, unfinished jobs failed by other doctors. Come with your problems, I will help and all the impossible becomes possible.

073 304 5754

MAMA NOZIPHO

100% Call 071 053 7902 1. Imali esheshayo R250 2. Imali engena ebank R150 3. Khulisa induku R200 4. Buyisa isthandwa R170 5. Magic wallet and ring R200 6. Win lotto and casino R150 7. Nyamalisa isisu R300 8. Win court cases R150

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

100% GUARANTEE

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

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

078 031 0049 PMB

PAY AFTER SUCCESS DR. ALI AND MAMA

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

MAMA SHAMIM SHREE(36) IN SCOTSVILLE:

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

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


Page 26

Maritzburg ECHO

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

INYANGA 100% KHOKAH R100

PROF. ISSA

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

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

I WON THE JACKPOTS IN SIBAYA CASINO USING MAMA HADIJAH’S SAMULI POWDER

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

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

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 .

After 5 years of pain, I am now happy after consulting mama Lala. She gave me samuli powder and I won 5 million in lotto. I paid all my debts, bond and car. I had lost my wife for 2 years, fortunately she is back. Mama Lalah also specialises in other problems like: Cleaning bad luck, promotion at work, divorce, marriage, lost lover, getting jobs, stopping alcohol and drugs, court cases and many more. She finishes unfinished jobs by other doctors all jobs 100%. Guaranteed

071 954 6481

Call on 063 453 2821 or whatsapp on: 060 463 4399

CALL OR WHATSAPP

MAMA ANNAH

CALL: 071 042 2043 CALL MAMA ANNAH FOR APPOINTMENT

17 May 2018

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.

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

Whatsapp:

078 796 8427

PAY AFTER SUCCESS

MAMA LALAH

Bashir from Raisthorpe

Stop suffering.

073 961 8484

ONE DAY GUARANTEED Inkinga yemali kuphela, uma udinga imali phatha isikhwama. Woza nenkanyiso

R400

PROF LULU 078 742 6696 1. Black magic and curse removal 2. Bring back lost lovers in 24hrs 3. Delayed packages/ pensions 4. Financial problems/ clear debts 5. Unfinished jobs by other healer 6. 5 in 1 combo for men enlargement and power 7. Promotion and better pay 8. Win contracts and tenders 9. Win lotto and casino PROF LULU 078 742 6696 100% GUARANTEED Maritzburg Echo and Media24 have not verified whether any of the services or products advertised will have the desired effect or outcome. Readers will note that some of the promised results in the advertisements are extraordinary and may be impossible to achieve. Beware some of the procedures and claims advertised may be dangerous if not executed by a qualified medical practitioner. 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.

MAMA JUJU

With only R200 you can change your life with mama Juju

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

WOMEN’S CLINIC

- All pregnancy problems - Same day no pain - Safe

CALL/ WHATSAPP 078 742 6696

MAMA SHANIA

100% GUARANTEED 1. Bring back lost lover 2. Bring back stolen properties 3. Pregnancy problems 4. Amagundane to bring money in the house same day 5. To stop your partner from cheating and to be under your control 6. Magic ring and wallet 7. Win court cases 8. Manhood problems e.g enlargement same time 9. Financial problems same day PAY AFTER SUCCESS 060 560 2005 CALL OR WHATSAPP

“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

1 Week Special: 1 WEEK WAITING PERIOD IN ALL BRANCHES FROM 26 MAY TO 3 JUNE


MARITZBURG ECHO

May 17, 2018

27

Natalians win with room to spare BYRONE ATHMAN >>Byrone.Athman@media24.com

YOUNG Natalians ended their sea-

son on a high, mauling Maritzburg Hotspurs 9-3 on Friday to take first place in the National Futsal League (NFL) at the end of a remarkable season that sees them at the top of the table by five points. In a total of 12 matches played throughout the season, coach Greg Nair’s team took 32 points out of a possible 36. With a second successive championship in three seasons, Natalians coach was full of praise for his side but also reflective on what could have been. “We are happy to finish five points clear but would have liked to have gone unbeaten. Unfortunately we had to settle for one loss and one draw which isn’t that bad,” said Nair.

Nair said that it was a very good season for them and that they worked hard and will continue to work hard ahead of an upcoming knockout competition they will compete at in July. “We will continue to train hard ahead of the knockout competition because we really want to win that,” said Nair. Renaldo Donnelly of Natalians finished the season as top goal scorer after netting four against Hotspurs to put his season tally at 17 goals to make it three seasons in a row that he had finished as top scorer. Young Natalians celebrate their successful season around their trophy. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Maritzburg United to make history for KwaZulu-Natal Maritzburg United are not the only side that Mkhize,from Sobantu,says the Pietermaritzburg this season and they deserve the highest prize to made history for their city and province; another outfit had an outstanding season and will wrap it crown it all. “Personally Maritzburg United was one of the KwaZulu-Natal’s representative in the PSL, LaNEW dawn in local soccer circles has final-up with a trophy. “Our team was one of the best ones in the PSL best sides in the league this season.They played montville Golden Arrows,last weekend qualified ly arrived. The only Pietermaritzburg PSL outfit and the pride of the City of Choice, for the entire season.Our head coach,Fadlu Da- well for the entire season and are standing a goodfor the next season’s MTN Top 8. AmaZulu missed out on a top-eight spot after ,”said He chance to win the Nedbank Cup on Saturday Maritzburg United is expected to make history for vids, brought in a new lease on life in the camp. Ajax Cape Town were automatically relegated the entire KwaZulu- Natal province, especially for was the best coach this season and honestly we Vries. Msunduzi Municipality mayor Themba Njiafter being docked points. deserve some silverware to top it all, ” said Pietermaritzburg, on Saturday. lo wished the local side good luck and he knows The Team of Choice will lock horns with Free Mkhize. Another familiar face in the stands and in the very well that United will make the City of State Stars in the Nedbank Cup final on Saturday THE MSUNDUZI MUNICIPALITY blue-and-white brigade, Pam Ntuli, says United Choice proud. at Cape Town Stadium (7 pm kick off). LAND USE MANAGEMENT ACT NO 16 OF 2013 Mshwathi Municipality mayor Sphindile Twn to play for a win and bring A win against Stars will not only bring the un- are going to Cape o INVITATION TO COMMENT Zondi said United will outsmart their oppopredictable Nedbank Cup for the first time in the home the Nedbank Cup title. The Msunduzi Municipality has received the following application in Ntuli also feels the entire team would like to nents. Zulu Kingdom and in the KZN’s capital city, but terms the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act (No. 16 of “Maritzburg United is set to make history will also confirm participation in the next year’ s win in order to honour late player Luyanda 2013) and the Msunduzi Municipality’s Spatial Planning and Land Use and will win 2-1,”he said. Ntshangase, who was buried last Thursday. Caf Confederation Cup. Management Bylaws. The Team of Choice will be taking part in “As passionate supporters of Maritzburg UnitTickets are already on sale as from last week. , we are behind their first ever final while Ea Lla Koto last pro- Application description in full: They are available at TicketPro outlets, which ed and proud residents of this city Application for council’s consent to allow a “Place of Public Entertainment” gressed to a final in 1999, when they were beatinclude Edgars, Edgars active, Edgars connect, our team all the way. “We are going out there to make history by win-en by Sundowns in the Rothmans Cup. Jet, Jet Mart, Postnet and CNA. Property description as per title deed: Both sides will be looking to win their first They are selling at R40 for adults and R15 for ning in style and bring the trophy to Maritzburg. Portion 15 of Erf 2520, Pietermaritzburg A trophy will also mean a good send-off and hon- piece of silverware in the PSL era. children under 12. Physical address/ describe location: The PSL and Nedbank are rolling out a proMost of the local regular faces in United’ s our for Luyanda Ntshangase ”said Ntuli. 19 Theatre Lane, City Central Area Former United’s goalkeeper and Namibian- motion that will see the first 10000 people to matches and die-hards feels it’ s their turn to celeA copy of the application is available for inspection during office hours born Virgil Vries, now with Baroka FC, says his purchase a Nedbank Cup ticket get an extra brate and it will be done in style. (08h00 and 16h00) at the Town Planning Offices, 5th Floor, Professor One of the local number one supporters, Vuyo former team-mates were just a marvel to watch ticket for free.

JERRY BARNES

A

Nyembezi Building, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg.

Shooting the breeze

Another new piece of good history was made by the local outfit Maritzburg United for qualifying for the first time to play in the final of any competition, this time the Nedbank Cup in the PSL history. To the well disciplined, level headed Maritzburg United technical bench under the head coach Fadlu Davids, his management, especially, the chairman Farouk Kadodia, from the bottom of my hearts I am saying well done, we are proud of you and you also made our city and province very proud. I remember the last time we celebrated the PSL title in KZN was back in 1996 when the then Durban side Manning Rangers under the head coach Gordon Igesund took all the Gauteng giants by surprise to win the league. I still remember clearly that night after Ranger’s last fixture at Chatsworth Stadium, me and my two friends and colleagues, Joe Gengan and Rashin Ballim actually went pass Westville Pavilion, on our way Maritzburg, just to have a small time and brief celebration.

We were also more excited because before we made it to Maritzburg, Rangers CEO Afzal Khan and our good friend contacted us to find out if we were safe. For Maritzburg United to finish in the top eight and make it to the final means a lot and will bring a lot of investments in sports to the “city of choice”. It will also upgrade the profile of our city, the club and players to the other level. I am personally expecting Pietermaritzburg United to dominate the official PSL’s annual prize giving ceremony in few days to come. Mark my words, a handful of names that will be honoured during this ceremony will come from the Team of Choice camp. Lastly, to United’s management, players, technical bench, especially, Davids and followers, let’s all go to Cape Town Stadium on Saturday with our shoulders high, play smart, stay level headed, motivated, bravely and bring the Nedbank Cup to Maritzburg. We trust you and we believe in you. All the best!

JERRY BARNES I must say last weekend and this coming Saturday is an exciting one for more than two reasons as far as local sports is concerned. Obviously we are all aware that the PSL season has been wrapped up and the good news is that all our KwaZulu- Natal clubs, Maritzburg United, AmaZulu and Lamontville Golden Arrows are all in the top eight bracket. This means for the very first time in PSL and KZN history, all our teams will be taking part in the popular MTN 8 at the beginning of the season. As I said, this alone is history for our province and also speaks volumes about our standard of professional soccer and club owners.

Written comments must be lodged with the Town Planning Administrator (Tel 033 392 2180), by e-mail to Ziphelele.Shinga@msunduzi.gov.za, hand delivered to the Town Planning Offices (address stated above) or by post to Private Bag X 1393, Pietermaritzburg, 3200 by 11/06/2018. Failure to submit comments by the closing date or to include contact details disqualifies the person from the right to receive personal notice of any meeting or public hearing and the right to appeal against the decision of the Municipality. Mr. S Hadebe Acting MUNICIPAL MANAGER

City Hall 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 yokuba kusungulwe indawo yokuzithokozisa yomphakathi. Isiza sesicelo:Ingxenye 15 yeSiza 2520 Pietermaritzburg Ikheli lesicelo:19 Theatre Lane; City Central Area 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 11/06/2018

Maritzburg United team. PHOTO: SOURCED

UMasipala waseMsunduzi angeke uyamukela imibono efika emuva kwesikhathi sokuvalwa esinqunyiwe. Abantu abahlulekile ukuveza imibono yabo ngesikhathi ngeke bakwazi ukuphikisana nesinqumo sikaMasipala. Mr S Hadebe iBambhela leMenja kaMasipala

City Hall Pietermaritzburg


IGCOKAMA ELISHA

maritzburg ECHO

SPORT

17 May 2018

b y:

Siz es: 6-10

Sizes: Sizes s: 6-10

NEW

* Red * Black

Latest Arrival!

44995

59995

29995 033 394 9077/ 063 442 4717

PAGE 28

Sekuqalile ukubhalisela umjajo weMandela Marathon LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

SEKUQALILE ukubhalisela komjaho waminyaka yonke owaziwa ngeMandela Marathon nokuhloswe ngawo ukuhlonipha iqhawe lomzabalazo elingasekho emhlabeni uDkt Nelson Mandela. Lokhu kuvezwe umqondisi walo mjaho uMnuz Johan Van Staden ngoLwesibili mhla zili-15 kuNhlaba (May) nalapho kwethulwa khona lo mjaho wesi-7 kulo nyaka ngokusemthethweni eNelson Mandela Capture Site e-Howick. Lo mjaho uhlanganisa amabanga angama42km, 21km nangama-10km. Kulo nyaka kulindeleke ukuthi kube khona abagijimi abalinganiselwa ku-18 000 abaphuma emhlabeni wonke nokuyisibalo esinyukile uma kuqhathaniswa nesibalo sangonyaka owedlule. Umjaho wangalonyaka uchazwe njengowehlukile nobaluleke kakhulu njengoba kuwunyaka lapho Stockists of Sheet and Plates - Palisade and Wire Fencing etc uDkt Nelson Mandela ezobe eqeda khona iminyaka • Stainless Steel and Roof Sheeting • Angles - Flat - Round and eyi-100. Square Bars • Round - Square and Rectangular Tubing Imeya yesiFunda uMgungundlovu uNkk ThobekRound Bar ile Maphumulo uthe akusiwo nje umjaho nje ongath-10mm eni kodwa uyinto ebalulekile njengoba kuzobe kuR45 gujwa iminyaka eyi-100 kaMandela noNkk Walter SiPaint Specials sulu. 2 in 1 paint Flat Bar Uthe lena ngenye yezindlela zokugubha nokuh1 litre – R90 12 x 3 lonipha lamaqhawe omzabalazo. 5 litre – R350 R32 “Lo mjaho ukhombisa umlando nefa okuyohleli Small Razor kukhona ngisho nasezizukulwaneni ezizayo. Spikes Namhlanje sikhombisa umsebenzi omkhulu noR60 hambo oluhle oselube khona ngalomjaho. AkusiwoSquare Tubing na umsebenzi olula lona kodwa udinga, ukubekezela Palisade 25 x 25 x 1.6 – R110 ukuzinikela nokusebenzisana ukuze ube yimpumePanels 32 x 32 x 1.6 – R150 lelo. Sicela abantu ukuthi baphume ngobuningi baR850 38 x 38 x 1.6 – R185 bo bezongenela baphinde beseke lomjaho,” kubeka PMB Branch: 317 Hoosen Haffejee Street yena. Tel: 033 342 2620 • Raymond : 071 442 0753 UMnuz Van Staden unxuse abagijimi ukuba banHowick Branch : 1 Power Lane, Howick genele kusenesikhathi ukugwema ukuphoxeka uma Tel: 033 330 7661 sekuphele izikhala zokungenela.

ISITHOMBE: LETHIWE MAKHANYA

Amalungu omphakathi ajoyine iqembu lokujima.

Bacela uxhaso abaqale ama-aerobics LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

A

BAHLALI baseMbali Unit J sebeqale uhlelo lokujima ama-aerobics ngenhloso yokugcina imizimba yabo iphilile nokuthi bengangenwayizifo kalula. Ngokusho kuka Nkk Vamisile Mkhize nongomunye wabasunguli balolu hlelo lokujima uthe bahlangana kusuka ngoMsombulo kuya kuLwesihlanu ligamenxe ihora lesine (4.30 pm) kuya ekugamanxeni kwehora lesihlanu (5.30 pm). Elandisa i-Echo uthe ungumuntu okuthandayo ukuzivocavoca yingakho benqume ukuthi basukume belekelele umphakathi othanda ukuzivocavoca. “Sibonile ukuthi kungaba into enhle ukuthi sifake wonke amalungu omphakathi ukuthi kulolu hlelo. Akukhathalekile ukuthi uneminyaka emingaki ngoba samukela wonke umuntu. Lokhu kuzosisiza kakhulu thina banatu besifazane ikakhulukazi intsha ukuthi iziqhelelanise nezinto ezingalungile ezifana nokuphuza utshwala nokukhulelwa okungahleliwe. Izophinde isisize futhi ekutheni sihlale sinempilo sibe yimiqemane singangenwa izifo kalula ,” kubeka yena. Uthe lolu hlelo baluqale ezinyangeni ezintathu ezedlule kanti selokhu beqalile lukhombisa ukukhula kakhulu. “Ngesikhathi siqala sasinabantu abangama-20 kuphela, kodwa manje sicishe sibe ngama-40. Abantu bayakuthokozela kakhulu lolu hlobo lokuzivocavoca ngoba bathola

ithuba lokuzivocava bephinde bezijabulise ngesikhathi esisodwa ngenxa yomculo osuke udlala. Inkinga esinayo nje wukuthi sishoda ngezinto zokujima yingakho sicela noma ubani ongasisiza ukuba afake isandla ukuze nathi sithuthuke. Okwamanje sinomuntu osilekelelayo nosifundisayo, kodwa nathi siyafuna ukukhula sifunde nezinye izindlela ezahlukene zokuzivocavoca,” kubeka yena. UNkk Mkhize uthe noma ubani ophuma kweyiphi indawo uvumelekile ukuza azojoyina iqembu labo lokuzivocavoca. UNks Fezeka Dladla ojoyine lolu hlelo uthe: “Thina bantu besifazane saziwa kakhulu njengabantu abakhulu ngemizimba lolu hlelo luEDT zosisiza kakhulu ekutheni sikwazi ukugcina imizimba yethu inempilo futhi iyilento esiyifunayo. Ngijabule kakhulu mina ukuthi sinohlelo olufana nalolu.” UNks Senzeni Ngcobo naye uthe kuyamjabulisa uku95 39 thi sekunohlelo oluf100ml S Similar to ana nalolu wathi uy“Brut” afisa sengathi lungaqhubekela phambili.

BROWN AND WHITE MASONITE • 3,2 x 2440 x 1220

“WE DELIVER throughout KZN”

BRIT

NQUMA/SIKA

DISCOUNT DOOR MIRRORS

Senza lokhu okulandelayo SIYA EJA

GOQA

UMSHINI WEZINKUNI EZIQINILE

SIYAHLANGANISA

SHUTTERPLY PINE • 2440 x 1220 x 18

ELECTRIC & MANUAL ALSO WITH INDICATORS TRUCK. CAR. BAKKIE. CARAVAN

AUTO BODY SUPPLIES

PH 033 345 2326 Discount Store 407 GREYLING STR PMBURG

LAM PINE • 20 x 305 x 2400 • Also various widths

UMnuz Thobani Changwe nobambe irekhodi lika: 2:27:12 kusukela ngonyaka wezi-2014 uthe kulonyaka ukulungele ukuqeda ngerekhodi elisha. “Ngo-2015 yangishaya phansi iMandela Marathon, ngo-2016 no-2017 ngangakwazi ukugijima ngenxa yokulima kodwa kulo nyaka ngibuyile ngizokwephula irekhodi. Ngisho lingancishiswa noma landiswe ibanga eligijinywayo okusalayo ngizonqoba,” kubeka yena. Ukubhalisela ukungenela lo mjaho kuzovalwa ngomhla ka-31 kuNtulikazi (July) kanti umjaho wona uzoba ngenyanga kaNcwaba (August).

TDM HARD WOODS Various types and sizes

Izipesheli Ziyatholakaka (T’s & C’s Apply)

XPRESS • XPRESS • XPRESS

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

MELAMINE BOARD • 1830 x 2750 x 16

SQUARE LINE COUNTER TOP • Various colours • 32 x 600 x 3.6

CHIPBOARD • Grade A • 1830 x 2750 x 16

SUPAWOOD • Grade A • 1830 x 2750 x 16

Indawo yokupaka iningi

Maritzburg Echo  
Maritzburg Echo  
Advertisement