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MANY people either look forward to the festive period and begin their countdown to Christmas in October, 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 breather, 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 action-packed 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 Rolene Strauss was crowned Miss World at the you and thank you for allowing us to share your sto- weekend and now features in a long list of remarkaries. ble women who continue to make a difference to This year South Africans voted hoping for the the  countries  they  live  in  and  the  world. best – many are now glued to the parliament sesSouth Africans also took time through out the sion coverage because you never know what to ex- year to remember Nelson Mandela and do their bit pect. In 2015 we will be joining the queues for the to  fulfill  his  legacy.  Hosking It’s been a year since his death and many quesRoad, Athlone, 3201 by-elections  and  once  again,  hoping  75 for  positive change. tioned the stability and patriotism of South AfriWe know we live in a beautiful city and another cans.  The good news is, it seems as if communities reason to be a proud Durbanite is Durban has been are  now  more  united  than  ever.  Many  believe  his voted  an  official  new  Seven  Wonder  City  of  the spirit still lives on calling it a sprinkling of ‘Madiba world.  magic’. The  picturesque  beaches,  rolling  hills  and Clearly  South  Africans  will  continue  to  make breath-taking skyline together with a host of won- great strides despite the negative news that somederful  inhabitants,  sets  us  apart  from  the  rest  of times  comes  to  the  fore.  South  Africa. The Fever would like to wish all our fantastic cliAfter  40  years,  the  Miss  World  title  is  held  by ents and readers a wonderfully happy festive seaa  South  African.  son  and  here’s  to  welcoming  2015  in  style.

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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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their confidence but it will also show them that they’re individuals who should acknowledge their talent,” said Govender. For the talent show, the organisation will work together with Youth for Christ and the SAPS to raise awareness on drug abuse. A portion of the proceeds will go towards organising a Christmas event for underprivileged families and orphaned children. “We will also be visiting a community-based NPO for a huge Christmas initiative. We haven’t decided on which NPO to go with as yet,” said Govender. The car show and shine will run

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DURBAN University of Technology (DUT) Riverside campus held a student market and expo day on Friday, October 4. The expo, which was organised by students, formed part of their assessment. According to organiser Thanduxolo Shabane, it is important to host such events for students who are doing their final year. “Such events benefit students since they provide them with a platform that offers a wide range of industry knowledge,” said Shabane. More importantly, he said, the aim was to bring organisations to the students because they don’t often have the time and the means to visit them and seek information for themselves. Offering information to the students was Maritzburg United Football Club, Vodacom, Community Chest, and more. Shabane said the event’s timing was perfect because students are approaching their final exams period so those who will be exiting next year will

have an idea of what to do and where to do it. “Also, the students deserved some entertainment and time to relax their minds before starting with exams,” said Shabane. The organiser urged organisations to open their doors to students who are seeking opportunities. “It is important for organisations and entities to work closely with university students, more especially because our university produces students of great quality. “When these organisations work closely with these students they get a chance to actually take in someone to groom to be one of the organisation’s greatest assets,” said Shabane. Concluding, Shabane thanked organisations such as the Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action (Pacsa) and others for making the event a success. “We hope to get more organisations on board for our next event since this initiative benefits the students,” said Shabane. The organising team wished students and pupils all the best of luck for the upcoming exams.

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EATHER Secondary Grade 12 pupils Leyton Chetty and Hayden Gounder were selected to represent South Africa at the Asia Youth Model United Nations (Ayimun) conference recently. Ayimun is a platform where youth mentality, in areas of leadership, negotiations and diplomacy, is developed in a model United Nations. The debates were held at Putrajaya International Conventional Centre in Malaysia. Having gained experience from previous debate competitions, SAIIA advised the two to apply for the conference. Leyton said they were among the 17 000 applicants who applied online via the Model United Nations website and they were fortunate enough to be part of the 1 500 delegates who were selected. He explained that they were selected

to compete in their respective topics. “It involves discussions of current world-wide issues, negotiations and planning, which lead to the formation of a resolution paper to help address the issue,” said Leyton. Describing his experience at the conference, Leyton said it was surreal when they called out the name of his country as the most outstanding delegate. “For the Prince of Malaysia and the United Nations ambassador to applaud me, it was an honour, I felt like I didn’t deserve it. I remember feeling my arm shaking,” said Leyton. Hayden said it was an amazing experience for teenage boys from Pietermaritzburg to be honoured in Malaysia. “It was with such pride that both of us were part of the 56 delegates who were awarded that night for outstanding performances during the conference,” said Hayden. Leyton said he has applied to universities across South Africa to do engineering and Hayden said he would like

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sume alcohol for a total of 30 days. I am game!” Thab’sile Thaboh MzindleHlophe: “#Ocsober is a great movement for a good cause. Unhealthy drinking is very problematic and should be addressed. However, as much as l am not a heavy drinker, I am only following the hashtag from the sideline.” Sthembiso Nje Zindela: “I’ll definitely be very, very sober #Ocsober.” maritzburg

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to do something that can help change the world and make it a better place for people to live in. In conclusion, Leyton thanked his family and school, which went all out to get them to Malaysia. “To our principal Mr John and teacher Baijnath, we cannot express our gratitude for the support, as well as all our teachers who did everything in their power to accommodate our trip. I only wish one thing to every young person who reads this, that Hayden and I set the threshold for you to remember that regardless of where you come from, never forget that only you determine the height to which you soar,” said Leyton. Heather Secondary principal Daryll John said the school is absolutely proud of Leyton and Hayden. “They have certainly brought honour to themselves, their families and the school. Mrs Baijnath, our eco-club coordinator, encourages and prepares our pupils to participate in such activities,” said John.

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MOUNTAIN Rise SAPS has cautioned residents living in the Upper Bombay Heights area and Mattison’s Section to be more vigilant and aware of crime opportunities within their neighbourhood. Acting Mountain Rise SAPS spokesperson Sean Singh said, over the past few weeks, there has been an increase of theft of clothes from washing lines within the Upper Bombay Heights area. “Residents are therefore advised to never leave washing on the line, [especially] very early in the morning or late in the afternoon. Once your washing is dry, remove it from the line immediately. “From time to time ensure that your washing is still on the line and safe,” said Singh, who added that residents must also avoid leaving valuables lying around outside the premises where criminals can see them. He also advised residents to make sure that everything is locked and secure when

leaving home. “Always let someone know where you are going and how long you will be gone. Do not advertise your impending absence on social media — criminals also have access to Facebook and Twitter,” said Singh. He also advised that residents should form neighbourhood watches and chat groups within the area. “The police are also warning motorists who make use of the back route of Chota Motala Road heading towards Mattison’s to be on the lookout for logs and trees that are placed on the road in order to obstruct traffic and bring vehicles to a halt,” said Singh. He explained that when motorists stop at these obstructions, they are being robbed of their valuables by criminals in the vicinity. “These incidents are occurring at all hours during the day. “Report all incidents immediately to the police via Crime Stop or to your local police station at 033 387 9600,” said Singh.

SAPS embark on crime reduction operations in Mountain Rise A BLITZ operation was conducted by the Mountain Rise police from Friday, October 4 to Sunday, October 6. This was aimed at addressing and curbing violent crimes happening in the Mountain Rise area. Acting Mountain Rise police spokesperson Sean Singh said the operation targeted hot spot areas and unlicensed liquor outlets that are contributing to serious crimes in the policing area. “A total of 45 arrests were made for kidnapping, trespassing, disturbance of peace, malicious damage to property, possession of heroin, dealing in liquor without valid a liquor licence, assault, road traffic offences, and more.” He added that, during the first phase of

the crime prevention operation, police members focused on a stop and search operation. “Police members also did a cordon and search [operation] which was very effective. “The second phase of the crime prevention operations focused on unlicensed liquor outlets in the informal settlements that were contributors to serious crimes,” said Singh. Mountain Rise Station Commander Brigadier Boxer Pillay said these types of operations have a positive impact, reducing serious crimes in hot spot areas. He further thanked and appreciated the officers and members for the positive way in which the operations were conducted.

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OLLOWING the ongoing killings of women and children in South Africa, Nareshnie Maharaj of the Pietermaritzburg Agency for Community Social Action (Pacsa) decided to share her experience with domestic violence in an attempt to inspire victims and survivors while offering them emotional support. Maharaj, who got married in 1999, said she was exposed to verbal and physical abuse throughout her marriage. “My story is ironic because I work for a non-profit organisation that focuses on gender-based violence, so it’s not like I didn’t know what was happening to me. “At the time I diverted all my energy and focus on reading the word and wrote to God about my daily experiences,” she said. Maharaj said she feels that the marches aimed at raising awareness about gender-based violence and vigils being held are simply not enough anymore. “Yes, it helps but it does not stop a death. Globally, we are not proactive. Mentality shifts have not occurred. “The protection order, in my opinion, is just a piece of paper. It means nothing when you are staring down the barrel of a gun,” said Maharaj. She emphasised that abuse victims and survivors need more spaces to share their experiences and more shelters need to be made available for when women feel threatened. “Families need to take abuse seriously and never cover up for anyone or try to protect reputations. Our hope is to live in a free and just society that brings peace to all mankind,” said Maharaj. Although Maharaj got divorced in 2013, she said post traumatic stress disorder is another demon survivors have to deal with. Furthermore, she said that, since society is mostly reactive when death occurs, she feels everyone in society needs to go down on their knees to ask for a supernatural intervention. “Religious institutions need to be made more aware of what gender-based violence means,”

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said Maharaj, who added that, during her own experience, involving herself with people connected to initiatives tackling GBV helped her as well as speaking to her pastor, who stood by her. “It’s now 2019 but I only managed to get over my fear of this man in 2018 after many sessions with the psychologist. Raising awareness alone is just not enough,” said Maharaj.

Inaugural music and comedy festival promises to be a day to remember IN OCTOBER this year, Cascades Lifestyle Centre will fortify its reputation as the lifestyle destination of choice when it hosts a must-attend event for music and comedy lovers. The first annual Cascades Music and Comedy Festival, sponsored by The Witness (Fever’s sister paper) and Maritzburg Fever, is a oneday celebration of music and comedy being held on Saturday, October 26, in the Cascades MTB Park. The festival will cater for a range of tastes with an ensemble of local musicians and comedians. The music line-up comprises top local artists including one of South Africa’s most popular EDM acts, Veranda Panda; the chart-topping electro-pop duo, Easy Freak; pop/folk trio, Mali Zulu; and indie, soul artist, Freddy L, who’s quickly risen in the music scene after his appearances at The Voice SA. Cape Town’s most popular media performer, the talented and hilarious Chad Chitter, aka DJ Skouers, will also perform at the festival. A premier festival would be incomplete without a laugh or two, so expect side-splitting comedy from the multi-award-winning comedian, Schalk Bezuidenhout; as well as the coowners of the Melville Comedy Club and the award-winning entertainment brand, GOLIATH AND GOLIATH, storyteller extraordinaire, Donovan Goliath, and the multi-talented

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Newholme Primary bids farewell to ‘gogo’ FEVER REPORTER NEWHOLME Primary School held a farewell and heritage event on Friday, October 4. The school organised a farewell function for long serving employee Dingeni Dladla, who’s well-known at the school as Aunty Ann. According to teacher Naresh Singh, Dladla had been a general cleaner at the school for over 10 years. Dladla took on the role of “gogo” at the school because her love and kind heart was like the glue that held the school together. “Aunty Ann gave over 10 years of her life to Newholme Primary school because it was her passion. It was the love for what she did that gave her the strength to continue serving the school and its community,” said Singh. Singh said because they did not host a Heritage Day event and because of a lack of time, they had to incorporate the farewell with a heritage function. As part of the event, there were various cultural performances by Grade 7 pupils. “The day ended with a cake-cutting ceremony. The cake was sponsored by Mimmies Bakery. Pupils and teachers also received a plate of breyani which was cooked and served by Dino, Paras, and Shamol Prabhu who are representatives of the Food For Life International,” said Singh. He added that the principal, staff, School Governing Body and pupils are appreciative of everyone who made this event possible.

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ECAUSE South Africa has started observing and commemorating Mental Health Awareness month with the goal of educating the public about mental illnesses; local organisations such as A Pome Mental Illness Advocacy have joined the movement by embarking in initiatives that are aimed at reducing the stigma and discrimination experienced by those who live with mental illnesses. They will be hosting a fun 5 km walk on November 2 to spread awareness around the stigmas that are associated with mental illness. Founder of the advocacy, Ayanda Mavundla, was diagnosed with depression in 2017 and from her experiences of being hospitalised, and her family not fully understanding what depression is; she realised there was a great need in society to educate and enlighten people especially in the the black community about mental health. The initiative is led by Mavundla and her executive members Nonhlahla Ndlovu and Zoleka Dlamini. The theme for the fun walk is Color Splash Mental Illness Awareness. “Main objective is to raise awareness and erase the stigmas around mental illness while having fun and also offering moral support to people living with depressive disorders,” said

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Some participants of the previous A Pome Fun Walk. Dlamini. She described the advocacy as a support structure to those living with mental illness, saying they also do programmes and events that assist them in interacting with the general public about mental health issues such as the upcoming “A Pome Fun Walk”. Funds from the walks will go towards supporting the organisation’s services such as home visits, food schemes, group therapy, and one on one sessions for people affected by mental issues in the community. The 5 km walk will commence from Townhill Psychiatric Hospital, via Commercial Road,

to the City Hall down Church Street to Boshoff Street and back to Townhill Psychiatric Hospital. “The walk will start at 7 am on November 2. Entry fee is R150. With the fee, participants will receive a T-shirt and a cap. Free entry for children under 10 years old. Entries are now open. World Mental Health Awareness Week started on Monday, October 7 and ends on Friday, October 11. For more information on the “A Pome Fun Walk”, contact Zoleka Dlamini on 081 735 3602 or e-mail dlaminizoleka2@gmail.com.

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Newholme Primary principal Venay Ramsurwaj (left) bids farewell to Dingeni Dladla.

CAR dealership Key PMB visited the RivLife Crèche last Tuesday, October 2, for their annual charity initiative. At the ceremony Key PMB representatives handed over a cheque worth R8 500 to the management of the crèche. Key parts director Vish Padayachee said the official launch of the Key Cares Foundation began on the dealership’s 33rd birthday on September 2, 2006. He explained that each director was then tasked with nominating a charity or beneficiary organisation of their choice. “This had to be meaningful to the director, their team members and being relevant to the community in which their particular business unit operated,” said Padayachee. He added that he nominated RivLife Community Centre because it’s a multi-faceted com-

munity centre representing the social reconstruction and development programme of River of Life Christian Ministries (ROLCM). “I am a member of this organisation and it gives me the added advantage of knowing its operations and needs. Our relationship goes back as far as 2009,” said Padayachee. Furthermore, he said a cheque is handed over annually based on the net operating profit of Key Pietermaritzburg. “We have had some fun-filled excursions with the children but this year we chose to give the kiddies a treat and a fun party,” he said. In conclusion, Padayachee said: “Being able to serve others in need has a great impact on our business. Thank you to the staff of Key and the Rivlife Community Centre for arranging and attending this momentous occasion. “We thank Mr Dale Southern, the chairperson of the Key Foundation as always availing himself to be with us.” Children at the event were also treated to

lunch and entertainment from a clown who did lots of tricks and left them with balloon animals. Serusha Pillay, programme officer of the RivLife Community Centre, said the centre was proud to have partnered with Key who is a chief contributor towards the social upliftment of our communities. “The handover took place on a significant day for RivLife as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. As we spent the morning reflecting on the journey that our church and organisation have walked, we are grateful for individuals and businesses who form an integral part of our narrative towards ‘reaching, resourcing and reforming’ those around us,” said Pillay. He added that the children at the RivLife Crèche thoroughly enjoyed being treated to a day of fun and laughter. “These moments are both precious and defining for them, as many of them come from impoverished communities where neglect is not uncommon,” said Pillay.

LAW CORNER: What will my executor need to administer my estate? THERE are two things in life that are certain — death and taxes. Both are highly administrative processes which may cause undue stress to those involved. It makes an executor’s life much easier if they have all of the important details of your life on hand once you pass

away. Here is a list of documents that are necessary and useful for your executor to have access to after you pass away. List of documents required for an estate 1. The original will The Master of the High Court will not accept a copy of a will, not even a certified copy. If your original will cannot be found, you will be deemed to have died intestate (without a will), and your estate will be distributed in terms of the law of intestate succession. If your original will is kept with a company, make a note somewhere that is easy to find to let your executor know this. 2. Original identity document This is an essential requirement, as every institution your executor deals with will require a certified copy of your identity document before they will assist your executor. It makes the process of closing and cancelling accounts far more difficult when the deceased’s identity document cannot be found. 3. The original death certificate The death certificate will be arranged by the funeral home after you pass away. 4. The original marriage certificate and ANC (if applicable), or the divorce order Many institutions, including the Master of the High Court, require proof of the fact that you were married to your surviving spouse/that you were divorced from your spouse before they will pay out.

5. Details of the predeceased spouse (if applicable) and his/her death certificate 6. All bank accounts, insurance policies, timeshare or shares held in the deceased’s name. Please bear in mind that once you pass away, no one can ask you where you held your accounts. Your executor’s task will be far less burdensome if they know where your accounts are held, as well as your account numbers. 7. Investments held in the deceased’s name, as well as the details of the deceased’s financial adviser 8. Title deeds for property held in the deceased’s name, alternatively the certificate of Registered Sectional Title 9. An estimated valuation of the deceased’s property 10. Details of any bond over the deceased’s property, such as the bank and bond account number 11. Medical aid information (if applicable) 12. Salary advice (if applicable) 13. Pension and retirement annuity details 14. Tax certificates or details of the deceased’s tax consultant (if applicable) 15. Any liabilities in your name, including rates (with contact details for a Body Corporate) 16. Electricity deposit or electrical account 17. Details of your beneficiaries, such as copies of their identity documents, full names, addresses and bank statements This is important, as your Last Will and Testament will

not necessarily have these details. Most wills only contain the beneficiaries’ names. This can severely hinder the administration process, as your executor may have to track down your beneficiaries before they can distribute the estate. 18. Motor vehicle details (if applicable and the vehicle needs to be transferred) a. Certificate of registration b. Hire purchase details (if applicable) 19. Details of any debit orders you pay, for example M-Net or DStv 20. Telephone and cell phone account numbers, and cell phone contract details (if applicable) 21. SABC TV licence details 22. Firearms 23. Funeral director 24. Church 25. Passwords to any online accounts you may have, such as your social media accounts, blogs and so on. Where should you store all of this this information? We recommend that you create a folder with all of the relevant documents and information, and store it somewhere safe. Let your executor know where to find this folder in the event of you passing away. Or, if your executor is a company who frequently deals with estates, ask whether they have a strong room in which they store original wills, and request them to store the information with your original will. — Carol-Ann Wheeler (candidate attorney).


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PWORTH School opened a new Performing Arts Centre on Friday, which was the realisation of a dream that has been incubating for many years. A festival-style event, Fusion: Under African Skies, which showcased the centre’s performance spaces and the diversity of cultural talent in the school, marked the occasion. Art, drama, dance, marimba playing, the musical ensembles and the school choirs were part of the programme. Speaking at the opening ceremony, head of school Laura Bekker expressed her excitement about the new centre and the opportunities it will present: “This new facility not only allows for the growth and advancement of the subjects and activities that will be taught and performed in the venues, it also allows for further development in other areas of the school,” she said. Chairperson of Epworth’s Board, Peter Keyworth, marvelled at how well the new centre blends in with the rest of the school. He congratulated the architects, FGG, on their vision and their preservation of the architectural integrity. He also thanked the Epworth parents for their contributions to the school’s Development Levy —

the source of funding for this new facility. The Performing Arts Centre is a substantial investment in the school’s continued growth of the performing arts — music, dance and drama — and their role in connecting with the broader community. Five marimba bands have found their home in a well-insulated percussion room, alongside which is a 100-metre square ensemble room that comfortably seats 100 people for chamber concerts. It also provides a raked rehearsal space for the school’s choirs and ensembles. There is a further music studio on the upper level along with 10 sizeable music rooms for teaching and instrumental practice. “Epworth recognises the powerful role the visual and performing arts play educationally in nurturing creativity, critical thinking, self-understanding and an appreciation of different cultures. “An ever-evolving and diverse cultural curriculum in South African schools adds profound value to our pupils’ development,” said Epworth head of music and high school head of culture, David Orr. — Supplied.

Official opening ceremony featuring performances by a massed choir and the LiveArt Dance Company. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED.

Prep school ensemble at the opening of the Performing Arts Centre.


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SCHOOL SCENE Actress, author visits GHS

Saints leaders for 2020 Earlier this week, our St Charles College 2020 headboy Sanele Mdingi made a surprise visit to St John’s D.S.G. during tea break to personally congratulate their headgirl for next year, Ntando Dube. We wish both Sanele and Ntando all the best for the upcoming year! PHOTO: DANIELLE ASHTON

Head of school and his deputy

Pupils and staff at Pietermaritzburg Girls’ High School were honoured to have Isibaya actress and now author, Ayanda Borotho, chat to them as part of the launch of her book, Unbecoming to Become. Borotho has a special connection to GHS principal, Andrew Graaf, who was her English teacher from Grade 9 to matric, and mentions him in the book as the person who introduced her to storytelling and the reason she fell in love with stories. The talk was inspirational, relatable and mostly enjoyed by all. With Borotho is Aphelele Ndwandwe (back, left), Asanda Goba, Nozipho Kubone (front, left) and Karabelo Lefefa. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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Congratulations to our 2020 head of school Hlumelo Notshe and our 2020 deputy head of school Thabiso Dlamini; of Hilton College. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Hilton College’s Dux

Laddsworth Grade 6 pupil, Crystal Viljoen, competed at the South African National Gym Games 2019 (SAGF) held in Durban, from September 25 to 29. She competed in the elective ball, compulsory clubs and ribbon categories and was awarded gold for each apparatus. Crystal was crowned South African Rhythmic Gymnastics Champion for the Level 10, Under-15 division. PHOTO: ON SITE IMAGES

Our Dux Scholar for 2019 was Kutloano Modisaesi, who received the top accolade of the Dick Graham Memorial Prize for the best trials results at our Speech Night. He was also awarded the Carl Klingenberg Memorial Prize for the best allrounder in Grade 12, the D V Ducasse Prize for Physical Science and the Grade 12 Advanced Programme Mathematics Prize. PHOTO: SUPPLIED


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HE ANNUAL Swimchix Swimathon is taking place this year on October 18 at the G. C. Jolliffe Swimming Pool in Pine Street. A great deal of support for the swimathon has already been shown by Pietermaritzburg communities,with the event shaping up to be one of the biggest yet. A number of corporates have already confirmed their support in the form of lane sponsorship and many teams have booked their swimming time slots and have started raising funds. The swimathon is an incredible, fun family event that takes place from midday all the way through to 9 pm. Teams, families or individuals swim for 30 minutes continuously in

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