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

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

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

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

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

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

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Abazali bevale amasango esikoleni iGrange Primary ngoLwesine olwedlule. ento ukuze nesikole sizoqhubeka sisebenze ngokwejwayelekile,” kubeka yena. Uphinde waveza ukuthi izimali zalesi sikole SIKOLE samabanga aphansi i-Grange sisen- zimisiwe zonke ukuthi zisebenze kanye namakingeni ngemuva kokuba uMnyango we- bhuku ahlangene nezimali nawo kuthiwe akanzeMfundo uthathe isinqumo sokususa gatintwa kuze kuba kuphothulwa uphenyo. “Isikole sisenkingeni yonke into imile njengouthishanhloko wakulesi sikole uMnuz Vinesh Harichand waya kwesba kunalezi zinsolo.Sifuna inye isikole okwesikha- Siyajabula futhi nokuthi umnyango usazise ukuthi shana njengoba kusaqkuqhubekani ngophenyo hubeka uphenyo lokux- umnyango umsusile uthishbangagcini nje ngokuthi bayaphenya. Sifuna hashazwa kwezimali anhloko kulesi sikole ngoba umhlangano ophuthuzesikole. mayo nalapho bezochaLokhu kulandela izin- ngendlela abazali abadinwe solo zabazali nabasola lo zela abazali ukuthi izinto thishanhloko nalabo ek- ngayo bekungagcine sekonzizosebenza kanjani ade bengamalungu esig- akele.Lolu phenyo luzosiza ek- njengoba yonke into yezimali ivaliwe.” ungu esimele abazali esiNgesikhathi i-Echo sanda kukhishwa ngoku- utheni uthishanhloko ahlanze ihambele kulesi sikole dla izimali zesikole. igama lakhe ngoLwesine olwedlule yaLaba bazali babhalela uMnyango wezeMfundo fica abafundi bentanta incwadi ngenyanga eyedlule bewucela ukuba ngaphandle kwamagumbi okufundela kanti abungenelele uphenye inkohlakalo abasola ukuthi anye baze balandwa abazali babo ngoba bebona iyaqhubeka kulesi sikole. ukuthi akufundwa. UMnuz Harichard ususwe ngoLwesine mhla Othisha bona bebehleli ngaphandle kwesanzili-19 kuMbasa (April) ngemuva kokuba abaza- go ezimotweni kukhona namaphoyisa aqaphe li bevale amasango akulesi sikole bevalela isimo. uthishanhloko kanye nothisha ngaphandle. Laba bazali bebethi abafuni ukumbona Laba bazali bebekhala ngokuthi abasafuni uthishanhloko emagcekeni esikoleni njengoba ukubona uMnuz Harichand emagcekeni esikol- kusanophenyo oluqhubekayo ngoba besabela eni uma kusaqhubeka uphenyo. ukuthi uzocisha bonke ubufakazi obukhona. Okhulumela uMnyango wezeMfundo esifun“Kusuka ngonyaka owedlule sasisho ukuthi dazweni saKwaZulu-Natal uMnuz Scelo Khuz- asisamfuni kodwa ubeqhubeka eza esikoleni wayo ukuqinisekisile ukuthi uMnuz Harichand yize azi ukuthi kunophenyo oluqhubekayo.Bunususiwe kulesi sikole. ingi ubugebengu obuqhubekayo lapha esikole“Ukususwa kwakhe akusho ukuthi kukhona ni. Ezinye izingane zifunda zihleli phansi ngoba akwenzile okuphambene nomthetho. Ngemuva awekho amatafula okufundela kodwa kunezikwalesi siteleka esibe khona esikoleni ngoLwe- mali zesikole eziphumayo njalo ngonyaka kanti sine olwedlule nebesesibonakala ukuthi sizoba futhi nezingane zethu zikhokha u-R3000 umnodlame, sinqume ukumususa okwesikhasha- fundi ngamunye. Iyaphi yonke le mali uma isikona senzela ukuphepha kwakhe njengoba kusaq- le sihlulwa ngisho ukuthenga amatafula? okuyhutshwa uphenyo.Imiphumela yophenyo iyona into ebaluleke kangaka ,” kusho omunye wabaezoveza ukuthi kungabe lezi zinsolo ziyiqiniso zali ongathanda kudalulwe igama lakhe. yini okanye zingamanga,” kubeka yena. Omunye umzali uthe: “Izindlu zangasese USihlalo wesigungu esimele abazali kulesi zingcolile akukho ngisho ama-toilet paper asetsikole uMnuz Mzwandile Goge uthe kuyabajab- shenziswa izingane kodwa ziyakhokha. ulisa ukuthi umnyango ulusukumelile lolu daba. I-swimming pool ingcolile kodwa izingane ziya“Siyajabula futhi nokuthi umnyango umsus- bhukuda khona. ile uthishanhloko kulesi sikole ngoba ngendlela “Kulahleka ama-laptop esikole angaziwa abazali abadinwe ngayo bekungagcine sekon- ukuthi ashonephi nomabonakude ababili abaakele. Lolu phenyo futhi luzosiza ekutheni winwa othisha bavele banyamalala. uthishanhloko naye ahlanze igama lakhe uma “Ubani owenza konke lokhu? uma sibiza imkungukuthi akukho okumhlanganisa nalezi zin- ihlangano sithi sifuna izimpendulo akakho ofusolo. Siyafuna ukuthi kufikwe esiphethweni sal- na ukuphumela obala,” kusho yena.

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IRLS at Copesville High will not MNDENI wowesilisa owaduthave to miss school during their shulwa wabulawa umnikazi“monthlies” due toeMshwathi not having wepulazi i-Craigs sanitary pads ngendlela after a donation by uthi aweneme umthetho Community Chest, in partnership with ophethe ngayo icala. Netcare Anne’s ukudedelwa Hospital through Lokhu St kulandela ngethe Young Lady With Heart project last bheyili kukaMnuz Philip Solomon Friday. yinkantolo eNkulu yaseMgungundThis year the project was dedicated lovu emasontweni amabili adlule. to collecting sanitary towels for local UMnuz Solomon udedelwe ngehigh schools because adolescent girls are forced to miss school because they don’t have sanitary pads. The three partners donated 500 sanitary pads and sisters from Netcare St Anne’s gave educational talks on personal hygiene, sexually transmitted diseases and teenage pregnancies. Netcare St Anne’s Hospital marketing officer Shubnum Ismail said the pads were collected from hospital staff. “We collected over 1 000 pads from

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

our nurses, and000 other staff lomndeni Nonhlanhla Malevu,naye saidumufi she hoped bheyili yemalidoctors engu-R50 ngecala ebelihlala uthe umsolwa udedelwe ngebheyili. Ayisi- enkantolo uthi uzoseseka kodwa members who were very enthusiastic the information shared the three lokudubula abulale uMnuz Mothi Ngu- bebazi ukuthi icala liyoze by libuyele en- phathi kahle lento ngoba siyabona kwathiwa icala seliqulwe laphela. in assisting to keep our girls at school. kantolo partners will “hit home” for pupils. bane (42) ngoZibandlela (December) mhlaka-19 kuMbasa. ukuthi ngelinye ilanga siyovuka seku“Ngisho amaphoyisa ekade ezoqa“Copesville is a very impoverished “We have seen kodwa an alarming in- thiwa umsolwa udedeliwe singazi pha isimo nawo afike sekuthiwa sekungonyaka ophelile. “Siyile enkantolo satshelwa school wherekamufi we received reports of ukuthi creaseicala in pregnancies the school, kanjani. Sesisaba nokuthi njengoba phelile. Icala elinjani eliqulwa kungeUmndeni uthi uphatheke lihlehliselweatumhlaka-13 adolescent girls who are sometimes kuNhlangulana which is becoming the norm. As teach- kushintshwa izinsuku enkantolo thina kho muntu ezinkantolo ekuseni ngovikabi ngendlela umbuso namaphoyisa (June) sangatshelwa forced to stay at home when they are nokuthi ers, we kungani are worried and hope our pu- singazi kungenzeka liqulwe bese liyas- vi. Baphinde bangafuni ngisho enza ngayo. lihlehlile. menstruating because they eyovela do not pils will use the information that was ulwa ngoba kuthiwa umndeni awufiki ukusinikeza izizathu zokuthi kungani Uthi ngesikhathi umsolwa “Asiphathekile kahle siwumndeni have access to sanitary pads.” sharednodaba with them to umsolwa make wiser enkantolo wathola ibheyili kodwa ab- ngoba lokuthi use- enkantolo njengoba kuyithina ofakazi belihlehlisile? Ngesikhathi benquma Copesville High School is also bat- thole choices.” azange baziswe njengomndeni ukuthi ibheyili sayizwa ngabantu thina ecaleni namanye amalungu ompha- ukudedela umsolwa ngebheyiili abaktlingselise to curb recklesseNkulu sexualyaseMbehav- singayazi Grade kungekho 11 pupil Dimakatso icala enkantolo umuntu oxhu- kathi,” kubeka yena . aze basibuze nokuthi sizizwa sipheiour, which saw at least 30 pupils fall- Mona said she was very grategungundlovu. mane nathi. Ngize ngafonela umphenUthe nomphakathi wakule ndawo phile yini noma basinikeze isiqiniseko ing pregnant in 2016. ful for the sanitary pads. UMnuz Max Lembede oyilungu yi wecala kwayima ngithola ukuthi uthole ukuphoxeka ngesikhathi ufika sokuphepha kwethu.” Addressing pupils, Sister Farzana “I live in a shelter and Pillay warned of the dangers of engag- this donation will make a ing in unprotected sex. huge difference. I am one “Engaging in unprotected sex not of the pupils A 19-year-old womanwho wasdoes left critically inUpon closer inspection, paramedics Treatment and advanced life support inonly results in pregnancy, but you also have access to following sani- a fire at found a 19-year-old woman outside the terventions were immediately initiated, in an jurednot on Monday morning put yourself at risk of contracting sexutary towels and Road I am a residence on Greytown in Northdale. property. effort to stabilize her vital signs. ally transmitted diseases. The boy ER24 sometimes paramedicsforced arrived to on the scene Paramedics assessed the woman and Once treated, the woman was transportmay not necessarily tell you he has an miss shortly afterschool 11.15am because to find theof Fire Services found that she had sustained numerous burn ed to Greys Provincial Hospital for further STD so you need to put yourself first it. inI attendance. have friends from already wounds, leaving her in a critical condition. treatment. — Supplied and think about how decisions you poor families who face take today will impact on your future,” the same dilemma evsaid Pillay. ery month too, and we A Grade 11 teacher at the school, are really grateful.”

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Municipality responds to Manor protesters

April 26, 2018

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SUNDUZI Municipality has made it clear that it will not transfer Manor flats ownership to tenants,it will not reconnect electricity for those residents who have not paid their bills and have not made payment arrangements, and those who have not signed the new lease. This was revealed at the media briefing that was held at the City Hall last Thursday following a protest demonstrated by Manor residents. Residents demanded that the municipality reconnect their electricity that was disconnected due to the lack of payment and that the municipality gives them title deeds to their flats. Phumlani Gumede,who is acting senior manager of Human Settlements within the municipality, said residents are aware of the fact that ownership of flats will never be transferred to them. “Tenants came to City Hall a couple of times and they were briefed that rental stock will not be transferred to them.It is just a perception that people have,that if they have stayed in a place for long enough,the ownership should be transferred to them,” he said. Regarding the money that is owed to the municipality by the tenants, Gumede said they have tried by all means to

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Police during the protest by Manor residents three weeks ago. assist tenants by telling them to come forward and make arrangements as to how they are going to settle bills,however, they [tenants] failed to comply. “We are not saying that they must pay all debt at once ... We had several meetings with them [tenants] calculating the resolution, but they refused to comply with the municipality, demanding that the flats be transferred to them. It was clear from the beginning that those flats were rental stock and they will remain so.” He said since the protest started

there are some tenants who have come forward to make payment arrangements and also signed their leases.Electricity at these tenants’ homes has since been reconnected. Msunduzi mayor Themba Njilo said they want this problem to be resolved. “We are not being harsh to our people, it is them who do not want to comply with us. We want them to come to us and negotiate about their debt,” he said. The protest has since died down but some of the residents still do not have electricity.

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MARITZBURG ECHO

April 26, 2018

NEWS

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Uphenduke idamu umgwaqo waseMkondeni LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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BAHLALI baseSakha eMkondeni bathi abasazi ukuthi benzenjani njengoba umgwaqo abawusebenzisayo usuvele waphenduka waba idamu lamanzi. Lo mphakathi usola omunye umnikazi wamafemu kule ndawo uMnuz Farak Mohammed ngokuvala umsele obuhambisa amanzi eceleni komgwaqo ngemfucuza ayikhipha efemini yakhe. Ngesikhathi bekhuluma nentatheli yephephanda i-Echo bathe lenkinga iqale ngenyanga kaLwezi (November) ngonyaka owedlule. Bathi baqala babona abantu befaka udoti ngezimoto kwagcina sekufika amaloli ezochitha udoti kulo msele wamanzi. UMnuz Shange oyilungu lomphakathi uthe sekukaniningi bezama ukuyilwa lento, kodwa akukho okuphumelelayo.

Uthe udaba sebaze balubika ngisho nakwikhansela lendawo uNkk Sandy Lyne. “Amanzi agcwele umgwaqo asisakwazi ukuhamba kuwona. Siphoqeleka ukuba sigqoke amadadla ukuze sikwazi ukuwela nakhona uphuma umanzi nte. “Sizamile ukukhulumisana nomnikazi wefemu simubuza ukuthi kungani enza lento ayenzayo kodwa waphika wathi akuyena ovale umsele wamanzi. Labantu akade bevala lo msele bebewuvala endaweni yakhe ekhona ebuka wabayeka kodwa usesitshela ukuthi akazi ukuthi ubani obathumile? Bekufika amaloli la ezochitha udoti osewuvimbe ukuhamba kwamanzi,” kubeka yena. Uqhube wathi ayikho into abangayenzanga bewumphakathi ukuzama ukuxazulula lenkinga njengoba sebaze babhala incwadi bayithumela ngeemail kwiMeya yoMasipala uMsunduzi ukuthi ayifike izobona ukuthi baphila kanjani , kodwa ayikaze ifike. Lo mphakathi ukhala nangokuthi lomgwaqo usuyingozi ikakhulukazi kulabo abahamba ngezimoto njengoba amanzi emaningi ngokwedlulele.

Ikhansela lakulendawo uNkk Lyne uvumile ukuthi uyayazi lenkinga ekhungethe lo mphakathi wathi udaba lwabo uselubike naseMnyangweni wezokuThutha nezeMvelo. “Ngikhulumile futhi nomnikazi wendawo. Lolu daba luyadingidwa izikhulu naye umnikazi ,” kubeka yena. Umnikazi wendawo uMnuz Mohammed uphike walala ngomhlane ukuthi nguyena ovale umsele obewuhambisa amanzi kodwa wasola umasipala ngokungawenzi umsebenzi wawo njengoba umgwaqo kungowa masipala.

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April 26, 2018

UGigaba nesu lokuqeda olayini abade LETHIWE MAKHANYA >>lethiwe.makhanya@media24.com

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NGQONGQOSHE woMnyango wezaseKhaya uMnuz Malusi Gigaba usethembise ukuvula amanye amahhovisi ezindaweni ezakhele uMgungundlovu okuyindlela yokunciphisa olayini abade ehhhovisi lalo mnyango eliku-Church Street. UMnuz Gigaba ukusho lokhu ngoMsombuluko mhla zingama-23 kuMbasa (April) ngesikhathi ehambele leli hhovisi njengoba lihluzwe njenge hhovisi elidinga usizo oluphuthumayo ngenxa yolayini abade ababa khona zonke izinsuku. UMnuz Gigaba uxoxisane nabaphathi kanye namalungu omphakathi akade ekhona ukuthola ukuthi yiziphi izinkinga abhekana nazo uma bevakashele leli hhovisi. Ngemuva kokuxoxisana kwakhe namalunguomphakathi uthole ukuthi inkinga enkulu ebhekene nomphakathi waseMgungundlovu ubude bolayini nathembise ukuthi bazozama izindlela ezahlukene ukwenza isiqiniseko sokuthi lokhu kuyaphela. “Leli hhovisi yilona elikhona eMgungundlovu kanti abantu abaningi balapha kanye nasezindaweni ezakhelene nayo basebenzisa lona nesibona ukuthi iyona inkinga egcina idala ukuthi olayini babe bade kakhulu. “Sisezinhlelweni zokuthi sikwazi ukuthola

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April 26, 2018

Prevent TB from spreading NOSIPHO MKHIZE

MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo educating people about TB.

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HE KwaZulu-Natal Health Department MEC Sibongiseni Dhlomo has raised concerns after the department established that many people around KwaZulu-Natal are contracting tuberculosis day by day, which leaves the department with a challenge to conduct more awareness campaigns. The department commenced with its third major TB campaign last month and are continuing to conduct more campaigns around KwaZulu-Natal. MEC Dhlomo said: “Although KwaZulu-Natal has made significant progress in improving the rate of curing people who have TB, there are still far too many new TB infections, and too many people who are unknowingly living with the disease. We have now decided that the fight against TB is bigger than one MEC, one department, or one government. It needs all of us. “ Therefore, the clarion call by His Majesty King Goodwill Zwelithini that all traditional leaders, traditional healers and priests should get involved in the fight to curb the spread of TB is an extremely important one. TB, from time immemorial, has been killing people. And it continues to do so. “In KZN, the figures are enormous. We are told that if you have 250 new TB infections per 100 000 people, that is considered by the WHO as an epidemic. We in this province are four to five times more. We are sitting with up to 800 new TB infections. Fever journalist Nosipho Mkhize spoke to a few people on the streets to hear their views on whether TB is still a problem in some communities. Nomusa Mavundla said: “I think TB is still a problem when it comes to preventing it from being passed from one person to the next because a lot of people don’t seek for help in time.” Zinhle Ndokweni said: “TB can be prevented from

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HE South African National Blood Service (SANBS) held their annual Midlands Donor for Life Awards thanking and awarding all those who have stayed committed to donating blood and helping save lives, every year. Held at the conference centre in the Golden Horse Casino, the event was well attended and hosted by Mzokhana Gumede from radio station, Gagasi FM. Those in attendance were addressed by the Zone Donor Manager, Phelelani Mkhize who said that for many of the staff these events were the only time for them to mingle with the generous donors. “The main reason for this event is for us to say thank you for the contributions that you make. We would like to express our gratitude and have made possible this small dinner as a token of our appreciation

to you all,” said Mkhize. Mkhize said that their main goal for the year of 2018 was to increase blood donations by 8% and encouraged those who have stopped donating to start again. “We have collected over 1060 units in our last campaign in KwaZulu-Natal and are very proud of this, having come out second across South Africa just behind Gauteng,” said Mkhize. Wanting to engage with the youth more in order to increase blood donations, Mkhize spoke of how the SANBS would like to encourage the youth to apply for positions within the organisation. “We are not looking at colour, we just want individuals with the right mindset to apply for jobs that we have available in order to service our nation,” said Mkhize. Many donors were awarded for their contributions with various categories being made for the different amounts of blood donated from over 50 units right up to 225 units.

Zone Donor Manager Phelelani Mkhize (left) addresses guests with MC Mzokhona Gumede in the background.

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Phillip Kruger (left) receives his award from Khulekani Zuma for being the number one donor of blood with over 225 units donated to the SANBS.

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NON-PROFIT organisation called Khanya Bha Academy for Mathematics is determined to help pupils who struggle with the subject so that they can excel when they reach Grade 12 and be able to chose careers that are in demand. This organisation, which consists of retired and present maths teachers, accommodates Grade 7 to Grade 10 pupils. The lessons are free and are held on Saturdays at the Technical Vocational Education and Technology (TVET) College Plessislaer Campus from 8 am to 11 am. The academy came into operation in March last year and has 77 pupils.

Their target is to have at least 100 pupils. Rare Msomi, who is a retired teacher and a member of Khanya Bha Academy for Mathematics, told Echo that they decided to start the academy after noticing that most pupils do not get support when it comes to maths. He said this subject is a problem and it makes pupils end up not being able to choose careers that are on demand. “We want to draw the light in the subject and show pupils that maths is not really a difficult subject as people think. We start on Grade 7 because we want to prepare them so that when they get to Grade 10 they know which subjects to choose. “We believe that in order for pupils to do well especially when they get to matric , you have to start them

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age pupils to choose maths so that they will not be limited in their careers. We are here to help them with this subject,” he said. The academy has seven teachers

at the moment,and is also looking for other organisations to work with.Parents who would like their children to join can contact Mabongi Mtshali at 081 536 9168.

Distinctions celebrated at Thornhill College FRIDAY, April 20 was an important and memorable day at Thornhill Christian College’s academic calendar as 25 pupils, who scored five distinctions and above, were celebrated amidst pomp and fun. On this day, Mandisa Maphanga, a Grade 9 girl, was the top achiever with nine distinctions and was awarded R5 000 towards her tuition fees as recognition of her hard work and a statement by the school that it encourages pupils to excel. It was a day set aside by management and staff of the institution to come together and celebrate academic excellence. It was a day meant to pay homage to pupils who diligently committed their efforts towards achieving outstanding results in the March examinations. Top achievers had their efforts recognised and also received certificates for scoring distinctions in various subjects offered at the institution. Indeed, it was an occasion that left many pupils who did not do well in the RADIATORS & FANS first term DOOR GLASSES GRILL KIT envying BONNETS, HANDLES those who FENDERS & ARCHES LIGHTS , BUMPERS scooped WINDSCREENS awards. MIRRORS, LOCK SETS Apart AUTO BODY from recSUPPLIES ognising PH 033 345 2326 the efforts Discount Store of top 407 GREYLING STR PMBURG

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Thornhill Christian College pupils who received awards. achievers, the occasion was also an opportunity to send a clear signal that as an institution, Thornhill Christian College does not celebrate mediocrity. The event created an opportunity for pupils to examine themselves and see where they need to improve on. The day began with the normal opening procedures led by programme director Mr Zondi. An opening prayer by Miss Vidima set the tone of the day. Mr Zhanda welcomed the pupils, members of staff and parents gathered for the occasion Parents were reasonably represented. The principal, Mr Charamba, talked about

the purpose of the day and emphasised excellence. In his keynote address to pupils and parents, the board chairperson, Professor Makondo, said: “We are here today to put it on record that we want our students to do well in whatever they do.” Makondo explained how recipients of the awards were selected. He stressed that academic excellence is the institution’s cherished goal. He emphasised that the school does not celebrate mediocrity, hence the decision to benchmark 50% as the minimum pass mark at Thornhill Christian College.

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This is meant to ensure pupils purposefully and diligently commit themselves to their work. Makondo also spoke strongly against a few pupils bend on tarnishing the image of the institution. He told parents that disciplined pupils are ones who excel in their work and they need to be protected from those who seem directionless. The presentation of certificates to top achievers who bagged distinctions in various subjects started with Grade 12 pupils and cascaded to Grade RR. There was joy and celebration when the Makondo presented certificates to recipients. The parents whose children walked away with awards could not hide their joy and excitement. Indeed it was a day to celebrate and the school joined them in congratulating the hard workers of Thornhill Christian College. Mandisa stole the show on the day with nine distinctions.

In paying homage to Mandisa, Makondo said the top achiever epitomises the college’s dream of excellence in everything that she does as part of her academic life at the institution. Mandisa was awarded a R5000 worth bursary and appointed a prefect in recognition of her exemplary conduct. She became an instant darling to all present for the occasion. Her outstanding performance should definitely incite the sense of hard work in other pupils. All that started well ended well on Awards Day at Thornhill Christian College. The clear message sent to all was, “excellence and nothing else.” Thornhill Christian College is now registering pupils for 2019. The institution has now opened a boarding facility and parents present pledged to continue to support the school for the good work it is doing in changing the lives of the pupils. — Supplied


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Blame the NPA ... >>Don’t blame AfriForum for shambolic Julius Malema corruption case ADRIAAN BASSON THE chaotic way in which the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has handled the prosecution of EFF leader Julius Malema has accentuated the urgent need for intervention at the authority. The NPA has opened itself up to criticism from Malema and AfriForum’s private prosecutions unit, led by former prosecutor Gerrie Nel, for dragging its feet since August 2015, when the Limpopo High Court struck the matter off the roll. The NPA has now handed AfriForum a political victory by placing itself in a position where it is forced to give a firm commitment that it will decide about recharging Malema in August. Malema has predictably called AfriForum’s move racist.

None of this would have been necessary had the NPA done its job. To recap: City Press revealed in 2011 that Malema’s Ratanang Family Trust, named after his son, was a shareholder in the tender-rich OnPoint Engineering, a company run by Malema’s engineer friend Lesiba Gwangwa. At the time, Malema was the ANC Youth League leader and a powerful power broker in his home province of Limpopo. On-Point Engineering won a number of government tenders, mainly a R52 million contract to set up a “project management unit” in the provincial roads and transport department. The state alleges that Malema benefite-d financially from the tender, through his trust, and bought a farm and a Mercedes-Benz with the

money. Malema and his co-accused first appeared in court in 2013. The case was postponed several times, during which some of the accused were removed from the case. At the final appearance in Polokwane before Judge George Mothle in August 2015, Malema and Gwangwa appeared without the third accused, On-Point director Kagiso Dichabe. When the NPA applied for a further postponement, because of Dichabe’s ill health, Mothle declined and struck the matter off the court roll — temporary legal relief. During the same appearance, Malema unsuccessfully applied to be tried separately to prevent further delays. The EFF leader wanted to “clear his name” and “prevent the further delay of justice”. Every accused has

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the constitutional right to a fair trial within a reasonable period of time. Unlike former president Jacob Zuma, Malema has not attempted to delay his trial through legal shenanigans. He has consistently asked the NPA to expedite his hearing. By August, it would have taken the NPA another three years to decide whether to reinstate the charges. Malema has denied receiving bribes through his family trust and has alleged that the NPA, through its former acting head Nomgcobo Jiba in cahoots with former Justice minister Jeff Radebe, took a political decision to charge him to deter his political ambitions. Malema, through his lawyers, will probably put up this argument if and when his trial starts. Understandably, Malema would not want to be an accused in a corruption trial when he and his party are on the campaign trail for the 2019 general election. This is a make-or-break election for the EFF, one which will show if the party can lift itself beyond the seven percent support mark. Apart from racial rhetoric and radical land expropriation, anti-corruption has been a pillar of the

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EFF’s mantra since its inception. The party played a pivotal role in exposing Zuma’s complicity in the Nkandla scandal and keeping him accountable. Malema can hardly be seen as trying to dodge corruption allegations against him when he champions clean governance as part of the EFF’s manifesto. Instead of blaming AfriForum — opportunistic as its move may be — Malema should direct his wrath at advocate Shaun Abrahams and the NPA for failing to make a decision about his prosecution for almost three years. As for Abrahams, his days are probably numbered. Ramaphosa is awaiting the judgment by the Constitutional Court on the appointment of a prosecutions boss before he replaces Abrahams, as the North Gauteng High Court directed him to do. The NPA needs a strong, principled lawyer to restore its image as a prosecutor without fear or favour. It is embarrassing that the NPA had to be moved by an opportunistic lobby group to do its job in the Malema case. • Adriaan Basson is editor of News24.

Zuma’s love life is the best news for Ramaphosa FERIAL HAFFAJEE FORMER president Jacob Zuma has always been both a lover and a fighter. His charming style and allure to people are almost as well known as his revolutionary stripes. This characteristic is at least one of the factors which kept him in power for over a decade even as he dragged his country through nine scandals. Zuma loves to love. He has four wives and news last Friday revealed that he is about to take a fifth — Nonkanyiso Conco (24), with whom he last week had a baby at 76 years old. If you’re calculating, it’s a 52-year age gap and the little one is his 24th child. This is the best possible news for President Cyril Ramaphosa who reportedly faced the threat of a scalded Zuma mobilising behind disaffected ANC members in KwaZulu-Natal. But now it seems that Zuma has chosen to use his retirement to reignite a plan to marry more regularly. When he first became president, Zuma made a joyful biennial marriage part of his festivities, along with the annual Christmas party and chess tournament, to which he would treat his neighbours in the surrounds of Nkandla. In his first years in office, he married Thobeka Madiba and Gloria Ngema, and then the ANC put a stop to it. At his wedding to Ngema, Zuma told his new bride: “Don’t close the door that you found open ...” and he is clearly now free to exercise his options. A member of the ANC’s former leadership told me that the women in the party had approached Zuma and told him that his polygamous lifestyle was accepted as a traditional right, but if the first family ex-

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panded annually it would impact on the party’s identity as a modern organisation that supports gender rights. Zuma’s polygamy and peccadillos were threatening to define his presidency, they warned. In 2010, Zuma was forced by his party to apologise to the nation for unpresidential behaviour after he fathered his 20th child with Sonono Khoza, the daughter of his friend and soccer boss Irvin Khoza. He was 29 years older than Khoza, whom he never married. So, the president stopped the wedded bliss and reportedly left a Swazi princess, Sebentile Dlamini, stranded after he proposed to her family in 2002. But, unshackled from the chains of office, the former president is now free to be the lover he always was. The nation has been atwitter with news that Zuma may be fomenting an uprising in KwaZulu-Natal. It’s well known that he did not leave office a happy chap — in fact, the former president was virtually dragged kicking and screaming the words: “But what I have I done?”, from Mahlamba Ndlopfu, the presidential estate in Pretoria. Reports have suggested that Zuma plans to bolster a provincial opposition force against Ramaphosa. This could go two ways: either a new party is formed to take on the governing ANC in KwaZulu-Natal, or provincial barons, led by Zuma, would cause enough trouble to secure a national general council where a recall of Ramaphosa would be attempted. So to hear that Zuma’s lover has won out over his fighter is the best possible news for Ramaphosa. — HuffPost SA. • Ferial Haffajee, editor-at-large, HuffPost South Africa.

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fessional, criminal and academic histories. Baron-Williamson suggests that there are a number of other approaches that should be considered and incorporated into an organisations hiring strategy to attract top millennial talent. Examples of these may include, but not be limited to, adopting social media as key tools in recruitment efforts, placing increased focus on culture-fit and that the organisation exuberates a healthy culture, and offering professional development. It’s also important to review on-boarding programmes to ensure these are supported by powerful technology and are in tune with the organisation’s digital transformation strategy. “While millennials do form a key cornerstone of the future business workforce and therefore should be considered when growing a business’ talent team, the HR process in hiring millennials should not change based on this new generation of worker. Conducting comprehensive background checks remains paramount to HR practices, to enable the organisation to make intelligent personnel decisions,” concludes Baron-Williamson. — Supplied.

IT is important to never let anyone in the front door if their identity or reason for the visit has not been verified. Impersonators can pretend to be electricians, telephone repairmen, garden service employees, or even security and police officers. “Impersonators are a problem for many industries, especially in the service sector. There will sadly always be criminals who pretend that they are checking your alarm system, installing your new Wi-Fi network, or fixing a municipal water leak in your garden. They are trying their luck by taking advantage of the public’s good nature,” says Ivan Govender, KwaZuluNatal District Manager for Fidelity ADT. He says it is imperative for homeowners to take certain precautions, to not let their guard down. Employees working on your property should also be fully briefed and warned not to give access to strangers. “If you are expecting contractors or deliveries please ensure you brief your staff ahead of time.” Domestic employees, says Govender, play an integral part in any home security system and it is critical that they are empowered and equipped to look after their own safety, as well as the safety of anyone else on the property. “ ... In the same way that you should share safety tips with your friends and loved ones, you should also share it with anyone that works on your property. Most critically, they need to know how to activate the alarm so that help can be requested in case of an emergency,” said Govender. It is always a good idea to trust your gut and to err on the side of caution, he said. Fidelity ADT Armed Response Officers carry a branded ID card with their name, PSIRA number and a photograph. They also carry a PSIRA card with a photograph, Govender said. “Residents can ask to see these cards, as this will prove they are authentic and not criminals posing as security officers ...” he said. Residents who have queries or want to confirm the identity of Fidelity ADT armed response officers or technicians can contact the Fidelity ADT offices on 086 12 12 100. — Supplied.

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ISIDINGO Thursday, April 26 A mystery guest arrives at the hotel launch, shocking everyone. Benjamin gets a rude awakening about someone he regarded as a friend. Morongwa gets the chance of a lifetime. Friday, April 27 Lincoln’s release has everyone on tenterhooks. Nina is horrified when she realises that she is in Lincoln’s line of fire. Sibiya celebrates his latest achievement. Monday, April 30 Mmakgosi calls Lincoln a murderer to his face. Gabriel reminds Nina that she used PCP on Lincoln’s daughter. Morongwa confronts Sechaba for not giving her a permanent job. Tuesday, May 1 Both Benjamin and Mmakgosi’s paranoia surrounding Lincoln grows and Lincoln does nothing to reassure them. How will Nina respond to Gabriel’s declaration that he wants to protect her? Having two jobs is taking its toll on Sibiya. Will he be able to keep it up? GENERATIONS Thursday, April 26 Namhla gets angry when Mrekza sticks his nose where it doesn’t belong. Brandon is curious about what it’s like to be in love. Getty is horrified to hear what’s going to happen to her.

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MUVHANGO Thursday, April 26 Mulalo plays hard ball with Tenda and negotiates for R5 million in cash. Brother Max yearns for a fulfilled and happy life. Imani stands her ground and Ranthomeng realizes just how close he is to losing her. Friday, April 27 Mulalo and Teboho’s victory is short-lived when they get beaten with their own stick. Gugu’s gift reignites Brother Max’s passion for music. Ranthomeng gets a taste of his own medicine. Monday, April 30 Rendani is on a mission to discover what lies behind Mulalo’s turnaround on the airport deal. Gugu’s gift causes Brother

Max to have new insights into himself. Imani’s new-found confidence has Ranthomeng jumping to conclusions. UZALO Thursday, April 26 MaMlambo doesn’t realise that Nkunzi is fuelling a riot against the club for his own gain. They see it as standing up for the community. Meanwhile the youth is desperately competing to get jobs at the club.

life is about to change. Tuesday, May 1 From lying, to money and even murder, there is no limit that residents of KwaMashu will take to keep their skeletons in their closet. Only time will tell what the consequences will be when the truth comes crumbling down.

Friday, April 27 Nkunzi hates it when things don’t go his way and he must always have a plan.

Wednesday, May 2 Nkunzi is livid when he finds out about how MaNgcobo got the money. Mastermind puts Mumsy in her place. Mxolisi’s plan to help Zekhethelo backfires.

Monday, April 30 MaNgcobo’s lies becomes a threat to her. Nkunzi’s suspicions are raised. Nosipho’s

SCANDAL Thursday, April 26 A blast from Neo’s past causes big troub-

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le for him with Hlengiwe. Chumani admits his feelings for someone, but is it enough for him to move forward? Gloria’s new housemate hasn’t even moved in yet, and already they are butting heads. Friday, April 27 A serious betrayal of trust results in loss for one party and gain for another. A cocky upstart counts his chickens before they’ve hatched and ends up with egg on his face. A mother invokes a curse and a son strikes out with a slay queen. Monday, April 30 A father faces unwelcome scrutiny from all sides, including his own family. A young man makes a discovery that could

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Friday, April 27 Adam is furious when he realises Pam played him. Michael turns to the bottle when the hits just keep coming. Lucy tells her man they’re done. Monday, April 30 Zoe balks at the idea of her son having a girlfriend. Lesedi confides in Gog’Flo about what she’s up to. Jack is shocked to hear who ratted him out. Tuesday, May 1 Mrekza feels bad about deceiving his woman. Getty changes her mind about practising as a sangoma. Namhla is terrified when she wakes up far from home.

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Bert is in trouble with his team He didn’t send their booking form in for the XTec O.T.T.Enterprise Relay,brought to you by the PCB, and now they don’t have permission to play. What they have, is: FOMO. Don’t be like Bert. Book your teams in, now. And then prepare to “waste-basket” your work wear and abandon your files, because it’s almost time to fill faces with smiles. You just have to zip on your zany and assemble your squad. The rest is easy. Make a daft proposal and get them to nod. For more information and to book, please contact: Lorna Jones on 033 345 2747 or at function@pcb.org.za This fun networking and team event is in its 7th year, and we’re pleased to say that we had over 1000 people attending last year, braaing and socialising in the main arena at the show grounds. It is not a serious running event,so it is definitely not about winning. We will be handing out plenty of prizes though, quite arbitrarily. In fact this year, we’re pretty into an elite form of exercising called prancercising ( a cross between yoga, CrossFit and Japanese horseback archery) ... so, to encourage you to aspire to having the cardiovascular ability of a deer combined with the gracefulness of a jazz in-

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Nyonithwele and Kwapata soccer teams.

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UPERSAVE Foodtown Hyper launched a Big Walk and Interschool Sports Day last Friday. What a fantastic day it was. The first Supersave Foodtown Hyper Interschool Sports Day and Big Walk event, was by all accounts a resounding success. Hundreds of children from six schools took part in this inaugural event, which began with a 2 km walk, followed by a 20-minute fun-filled aerobic session. This led into the main events of the day, a netball and soccer tournament. There are many positive benefits to healthy living, but our attitudes to health as adults are often instilled in us as children. Encouraging our children to practice good health, such as eating properly and getting enough exercise, is to give them a gift that will stay with them for their entire lives. Local community store Supersave Foodtown Hyper in Pietermaritzburg knows this, which is why the owners decided to take a proactive approach to the development of

healthy lifestyles in youngsters at six schools in the area — Nyonithwele Secondary School, Laduma High School, Smero Secondary School, Kwapata Secondary School, Edendale High School and Georgetown High School. These high schools were selected to participate in the event, which started at 8 am on an overcast Friday morning. However, the weather did not dampen anyone’s spirits and the walk began in a festive atmosphere. Around 600 children, accompanied and escorted by teachers, the local Community Police Forum and the South African Police Service, walked from Caluza Stadium to Wadley Stadium in Edendale, Pietermaritzburg. Supersave Foodtown Hyper supplied refreshments to all the walkers at the start and finish of the walk. The rest of day took place at Wadley Stadium, with over 2000 children attending the event. A host of VIPs were also in attendance, including a number of NGOs, Municipality madam speaker Councillor J. Ngubo, Mr M. Ngobese representing the South Afri-

Nyonithwele Secondary School — 1st place soccer team.

Edendale High School — 1st place netball team.

Aerobic activity.

can Police Service, Mr Chappen, who represented the Department of Health, circuit inspector Mr Mncwabe, area inspector Mr Mncube, the District manager of education from uMgungundlovu, Mr Mabinza, Her Worship, Councillor T. Maphumulo, who is the District Mayor of uMgungundlovu District Municipality and His Worship, the Mayor of Msunduzi Local Municipality Councillor T. Njilo. The SAPS were on hand to ensure the event ran smoothly. “The entire day was planned as a way to promote a healthy lifestyle for our children, to demonstrate that physical activity can be fun and to encourage participation in sports activities at school,” said Suhail Bayat, one of the owners of Supersave Foodtown Hyper. For the main events, all participating schools entered one netball team and one soccer team, which took part in two exciting knockout tournaments during the day. The initial games were decided by a draw. All the players received sponsored netball and soc-

cer kit and kitbags, while lunch and refreshments were supplied for everyone present — the supporters from all the represented schools, the players, headmasters and VIP guests. The soccer and netball tournaments ran from 10 am to 3 pm and the atmosphere was electric as the semi-finals and finals drew closer. Children from each school were cheering on their teams, with floating trophies, prize money and of course the prestige of winning providing extra encouragement. After a highly competitive event, Edendale High School won the netball tournament, with Nyonithwele Secondary School in second place and Smero Secondary School coming third. The soccer tournament was won by Nyonithwele Secondary School, with Kwapata Secondary placed second. Edendale High and Georgetown High tied in third place. Supersave Foodtown Hyper sponsored prizes for the winning teams, as well as for the second and third placed teams. The win-

The big walk.

ning schools in both soccer and netball were awarded a cheque of R10 000, while 2nd place received R5 000 and 3rd place R2 000, to be used for improving the sporting facilities at their respective schools. “We would like to congratulate all the winners, as well as each child that took part in the day. It was a joy to see the fun and excitement experienced by the children and our privilege to be part of this event,” said Bayat. “We have a close-knit relationship with our communities and we believe this is a meaningful way of giving back and making a difference. We also extend a warm thank you to all our VIP guests for sharing this special day with us.” Supersave Foodtown Hyper is a member of Unitrade Management Services, a voluntary trading organisation that provides marketing, financial management, IT, business development and buying power to independent wholesalers and retailers through personal service and strong partnerships. — Supplied.

Lunch time.

(From left) Suhail Bayat, owner, Supersave Foodtown Hyper, Mr Mabinza, District manager of education, uMgungundlovu District, Her Worship, the Mayor Councillor Maphumulo, District Mayor of uMgungundlovu District Municipality, His Worship, the Mayor of Msunduzi Local Municipality Councillor T. Njilo and Abu Khatib, owner of Supersave Foodtown Hyper.

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Healthy living, healthy lifestyle.


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The Maritzburg Hotspurs team pose for a picture before beginning their match.

Successful weekend for PMB teams BYRONE ATHMAN >>Byrone.Athman@media24.com

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IETERMARITZBURG soccer teams Maritzburg Hotspurs and Young Natalians toured Cape Town successfully over the weekend winning both their matches in convincing fashion. Hotspurs began their campaign on Friday scoring two goals in the first four minutes against Western Province Eagles winning the match with an emphatic score-line of 5-1. Goals for Western Province Eagles were scored by Dylan Atson while Nhlakanipho Magcaba (2), Curtis Dos Santos (2) and Royce Billings scored for

the visitors. Natalians also played on Friday in a thrilling encounter which could have gone either way with the score-line reflecting that as Natalians narrowly edged out the Cape Town Titans 6-5. It was a very tense game, with end-to-end action in the 11 goal affair. Goals for Cape Town Titans were scored by James Beziek (2), Charlton Stevens, Ashley Sass and Gresham Stephens while Simphiwe Mgedezi, Tsepo Liphuko (3), Quincy Ngcobo and Roberto Slater scored for the visitors. The last games were played on Saturday with Hotspurs outclassing their opponents and maintaining a solid backline, scoring three goals and not conceding to end the game

3-0. Goals for Maritzburg Hotspurs were scored by Curtis Dos Santos,Royce Billings and Orlin Powell. The final game of the tour provided yet another nail-biter with Natalians again edging out the men from the Cape and holding on for a well-deserved 6-5 win over Cape Town Titans. Hatricks from Renaldo Donnelly and Quincy Ngcobo were enough to see the Pietermaritzburg side maintain a perfect record in Cape Town and ensure that the boys from Pietermaritzburg would be smiling on their way home. Young Natalians sit second with Maritzburg Hotspurs comfortably in third on the overall National Futsal League Season after the weekend’s results.

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Matthew Luksich, IIE Varsity College Pietermaritzburg Honours Student and Inland Player, and Bowler of the year. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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Team spirit key to United’s success Stadium April 28, Cape Town City FC v Orlando Pirates 15:00 Cape Town Stadium April 28, Kaizer Chiefs v Maritzburg United 15:00 FNB Stadium April 28, Free State Stars v Polokwane City 15:00 Goble Park April 28,Mamelodi Sundowns v Ajax Cape Town 15:00 Lucas Moripe Stadium April 28, Baroka FC v Bloemfontein Celtic 15:00 Peter Mokaba Stadium April 28, Golden Arrows v Platinum Stars 15:00 Princess Magogo Stadium April 28, Chippa United v SuperSport United 15:00 Sisa Dukashe Stadium

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HE master plan, motivation and braveness displayed by the local PSL outfit Maritzburg United when they beat Mamelodi Sundowns 3-1 during the Nedbank Cup semi-final clash is likely help in their next fixture. The sudden giant killers, popularly known as the Team of Choice, will on Saturday afternoon (3 pm) square up against the lowly-spirited and former SA’s glamour boys Kaizer Chiefs at FNB. Although all the teams were able to test waters during their midweek league matches, but in Chiefs’ camp things are still looking dark and gloomy. The Naturena-based outfit was outsmarted, outmuscled and ousted by less fancied Free State Stars 2-0 during the dramatical Nedbank Cup semi-final at Durban’s Moses Mabhida Stadium last Saturday night. What is also more interesting is that a couple of prominent local coaches are currently and endlessly singing praises for the Pietermaritzburg BODYPARTS, RADIATORS, AUTO GLASS SALE team.Former United coach Ian Palmer said the QUALITY PARTS FOR ALL MAKES INCLUDING TOYOTA, MAZDA, NISSAN, VW, KIA TATA, GWM, HYUNDAI, GEELY Team of Choice management must be congratulated for giving current head coach Fadlu Davids and his entire technical bench a chance to take up the reigns. “That faith alone Solution displayed by the entire Maritzburg United • BONNET FENDERS • MEGUIRE POLISHES management to Da• DOORS AND HOODS • CLIPS, SCREWS, FASTNERS for vids and his team • HEADLIGHTS, INDICATORS PANELS ETC. • TAIL LIGHTS, SPOT LIGHT, FOG LIGHT • DOOR MIRRORS ELECTRIC & MANUAL changed everything, • TAILGATES & WINDOW WINDERS • SPOILERS & BODY KITS motivated all the stake • BUMPERS (FULL RANGE) • WINDSHIELDS, BONNET & LIGHT • RADIATORS, FANS, CONDENSERS holders and means a SHIELDS • LOCKS, HANDLES, KEY LOCK SETS • TONNEAU COVERS • CAR AND TRUCK PAINTS lot. Currently you can • BULL AND ROLL BARS • WINDSCREENS see that the whole • GRILLE UPGRADES, BADGES • BODY KITS, FOGS, LEDs • MUD FLAPS WIPER ARMS, BODY • CAR RUBBERS, DOOR, BOOT camp is happy, well foSTRIPES KITS FOR ALL BAKKIES 1995 AND WINDOW, CHANNELLING, cused and highly spir50ml WINDSCREEN RUBBERS (ALL MAKES) ited,”said Palmer. Removes R R Razor WHEEL ARCH MOULDINGS, CHROME BEADINGS HIGH HEAT ENGINE COVERS , SOUND PADS , 2 WAY TAPE, FLOOR Bumps & Pimples Former Orlando PVC & RUBBER MATS & CANOPY RUBBERS, HANDELS & LOCKS Pirates and ex-Chippa 2K CAR, FLEET & INDUSTRIAL PAINT SALE United coach Teboho THINNERS, MASKING TAPE, PRIMERS, BODY FILLERS & BODY STRIPES Moloi said United are 407 GREYLING STREET, PIETERMARITZBURG currently on form, PH: 033 345 2326 “The helpful guys” players confident and will be very difficult to break them down. Senza lokhu okulandelayo Last Sunday, the SIYAHLANGANISA GOQA SIYA EJA NQUMA/SIKA UMSHINI WEZINKUNI EZIQINILE Team of Choice outwitted arguably the best teams in the SHUTTERPLY PINE BROWN AND WHITE MASONITE country — Mamelodi • 2440 x 1220 x 18 • 3,2 x 2440 x 1220 Sundown — 3-1 at Harry Gwala Stadium during the Nedbank Cup semi-finals. TDM LAM PINE FULL LIST OF PSL • 20 x 305 x 2400 HARD WOODS XPRESS • XPRESS • XPRESS • Also various widths Various types and sizes FIXTURES: Tel: /Fax: 033 394 1094 • 293 Jabu Ndlovu (Loop) St • Pietermaritzburg 786woodworx@gmail.com April 28, Wits v AmaIzipesheli Ziyatholakaka (T’s & C’s Apply) Zulu FC 15:00 Bidvest

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