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Major youth achievements in Umvoti Honours in business management
Thabiso Manzini was head boy at Hermannsburg in 2010. He graduated from Monash University last month, having completed an Honours Degree in Business Management. Thabiso is continuing his studies, whilst working in Johannesburg.
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A 2002 Hermannsburg graduate Ebhrahim Ally appeared on national television last week promoting the preservation of the Cape Parrot habitats throughout South Africa. Ally is the senior animal house technician at UKZN Pietemartiz-burg.
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Lesley Bloy completed her Masters in Ichthyology at Rhodes University and graduated in April. Bloy is currently working in the Western Cape as an environmental scientist at J.G. Afrika based in St Francis Bay. Bloy matriculated at Epworth and is the daughter of David and Heidi Bloy of Greytown.
Dr Jessica Cockburn was head girl at Hermannsburg in 2002. She spent an interesting 17 years, gathering information for the grande finale of a PhD in Environmental and Social Sciences at Rhodes University. Cockburn is presently involved in a two-year post-doctoral research contract at Rhodes. She is married to Julian Barker, who works in Grahamstown as an advocate.
Congratulations to Ross Goble who in his final year at Wembley College, last year, achieved the top Cambridge AS level mark in South Africa for Physical Science. Ross is now studying a Mechatronic Engineering degree at Stellenbosch University.
Congratulations to Carmen Garrib on the completion of her honours in Community Dentistry at Sefako Makgatho Health Science University. Garrib is also busy with the publication of her thesis on “The trend of Dental Inlays in selected practices in SA” — which is a first to be done in South Africa.
Top ICT pupil
Congratulations to Kaden Moonsamy, Form 4 pupil at Wembley College, on achieving the top Cambridge IGSCE mark in South Africa for Information and Communications Technology. His teacher Mr Dewald Wolmarans said: “Kaden is one of the brightest ICT pupils I have ever had the privilege of teaching. He is a dedicated and hardworking student, with a passion for computing and technology.”
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Gardening for birds ON Tuesday, May 8, renowned landscaper, authoress and ornithologist, Sally Johnson, enthralled Garden Club members and guests with her entertaining, anecdotal and informative presentation on the interesting topic of “How to attract birds to a garden”. Having recently moved to a much smaller property and starting a bird-friendly garden from scratch, Johnson shared her experiences and offered many practical ideas of how to encourage birds to visit and eventually become resident in a new garden. To illustrate her talk she brought examples of readily available indigenous plants that attract birds to the garden. After the presentation the numerous questions asked were indicative of a keen interest
in the topic. The large, historic farm garden of “Bloemhof”, was a venue that complimented this meeting perfectly. After the talk, while tea was served, people were encouraged to walk and explore this manyroomed garden to see how a garden can serve multiple purposes. Hostess, Robyn Adendorff guided interested members and guests to observe how her garden offers a wealth of bird attracting plants and wild areas as well as an abundance of plant material suitable for use in floral arrangements. A very sociable tea and delicious eats were enjoyed in the warmth of the autumn sun surrounded by trees turning to the glowing hues of the change of season.
Dr T. Nodada, Mr S.J. Nel (principal) and pupils of Greytown Junior School at the recent successful Denim for Diabetes fundraiser at the school.
“Denim for Diabetes” at Greytown Junior GREYTOWN Junior was invited by Diabetes South Africa to participate in a fundraising and awareness “Denim for Diabetes” day on Friday, May 4. We accepted this invitation as we are concerned about the health and wellbeing of the pupils in our school. We thank Dr T. Nodada, our local doctor, who spoke to our pupils on this debilitating disease. KZN has the greatest number of diabetes(1,2 million), in the country. The following are the current statistics from the International Diabetes Federation, the World
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UMVOTI MUNICIPALITY INTENTION TO AWARD In terms of section 49 of the Umvoti Municipality supply chain management policy. The awarding of contract will be conﬁrmed in writing after (14) calendar days, therefore if there are any objections they should reach the Municipal Manager’s ofﬁce within 14days from the date of this advert. BID NUMBER
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COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION A compulsory brieﬁng session for prospective bidders will be as per above mentioned dates starting at 11h00 am, at the Umvoti Municipality’s Town Hall,41 Inkosi DinuZulu, Bell Street, Greytown, 3250. CONTRACT DOCUMENTS Contract documents must be reserved not later than the 22 May 2018 before 16:00pm and will be obtained at the compulsory brieﬁng session, payments must be made before the start of compulsory brieﬁng session at Finance Department. Payment of a non-refundable fee of R500-00 per document by means of cash or bank guaranteed cheque in favour of: “UMVOTI MUNICIPALITY”. Bidders who previously participated on the bidding process are exempted from paying bid fee of R500.00 but they should make a reservation of the bid document. BID SUBMISSION The Umvoti Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act no.05 of 2000 and Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017. The 80/20 preference points will be applicable and bids may only be submitted on the bid documentation that is issued. Bidders need to ﬁrst score a minimum of 70% in terms of the Pre-Qualiﬁcation in order for the bid to be considered Bids, in sealed envelopes clearly endorsed with the respective project name are to be placed in the bid box at the Umvoti Municipality, 41 Bell Street, Greytown, 3250 – on or before 12h 00 noon on Friday, 01 June 2018. Bids delivered by courier services will not be accepted. BID ENQUIRIES All technical enquiries shall be referred to: Mr. TM Ndaba UMVOTI MUNICIPALITY Telephone No.: (033) 413 9100
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OUR pupils took an active role in the Greytown MTB Classic this past weekend, with James Waller second in the 3 km run and third in the 10 km cycle, while Amy Whittle was the first lady home in the 10 km cycle. Unfortunately, the night ride was cancelled due to a heavy storm on the night. A huge thank you goes to Penny Waller, who organised Hermannsburg’s participation in organising and competing in the Classic, as well as to all our pupils and the Chetty family for their hard work and dedication (not least at the bike wash, where the bikes came in fast and dirty). We congratulate the Greytown MTB Club on another well-run and fun Classic — we are honoured to be a part of this community project. In hockey news, our first team girls played Domino Servite and drew 0-0, and the U16 girls won 1-0 (Amy Whittle scoring for Hermannsburg). The girls also played against Greytown High School, the first team losing 0-1 and the second team drawing 1-1 (Liteboho Mosheshe scoring); Kei Blackburn scored
for the U16 team, to secure them a 1-0 win. The U14 team won their game 2-1. The boys played a rare home game against Maritzburg College — our young first team ended their game 0-2 and the U15’s 1-2 (Mufhiwa Magoro scoring for Pmb). In the Spar Hockey Tournament, our girls (with a number of U15 filling in for first team players) played against Greytown (0-2), Wembley (0-2), Wartburg (0-3) and Domino Servite (1-0). Congratulations to Greytown, who took the final against Wartburg. Hermannsburg’s Grade 1 girls won three and drew one of their hockey matches in the tournament at New Hanover, against Wartburg (0-0), New Hanover (3-0), Wembley (3-1) and Epworth (1-0). The Grade 2 girls played New Hanover (0-2), Greytown (1-1) and Epworth (2-0). We look forward to more success on the sports fields at this year’s Schulfest, on Saturday, May 19, with 7s rugby as well as junior and senior girls’ hockey. We are proud of Awande Mbuli and Kei Blackburn, who are playing for the U16 Umzinyathi team — Awande attended the KZN Inland team trials this past weekend.
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BID DOCUMENTS Bid Documents will be available on the 24 May-21 June 2018 at 41 Bell Street, Greytown, 3250 at stores department. The Umvoti Local Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act no.05 of 2000 and Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017. The 80/20 preference points will be applicable and bids may only be submitted on the bid documentation that is issued. Bidders need to ﬁrst score a minimum of 70% in terms of the Pre-Qualiﬁcation in order for the bid to be considered Bids, in sealed envelopes clearly endorsed with the respective project names must be deposited in the Umvoti Municipality quotations box at the Customer Relations Centre not later than 12h00 on Friday, the 22 June 2018. Telegraphic bid, late bid and bid not clearly marked as prescribed will not be considered. ENQUIRIES
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Indlovana Choral Music excel THE Indlovana Choral Music participated at district level in Inquthu which took place on May 12. The pupils did extremely well when they participated in the western song as well as the traditional song. On May 10 the whole school participated in the Star Jump Celebration. Indlovana teams did very well at the winter games that took place last Thursday, May 10. They will now represent Umvoti on May 19 in Pomeroy. We would like to thank all the teachers, School Governing Body members and parents for their endless support in making sure that pupils are taken care of during extra curricular activities. â€” Report: Miss E.N. Mkhize
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Junior jottings ON Monday, May 8 the mini hockey girls took part in a hockey tournament at New Hanover. The girls played well and enjoyed their games. THE RESULTS WERE AS FOLLOWS: Grade 1: Grade 2: vs Epworth 1 won 4-0 vs Epworth lost 1-0 vs Epworth 2 lost 1-0 vs Hermannsburg draw 1-1 vs New Hanover lost 2-0 vs Epworth 1 lost 2-0 The Grade 2 mini hockey girls also played at Hermannsburg on May 10. The young and enthusiastic busy bodies played two games against Hermannsburg winning one and leaving the other at a draw. The U11 hockey girls took part in a triangular at Hermannsburg on May 8. The girls played very well and showed great skills. The results were as follows: vs Wembley won 2-0 and vs Hermannsburg drew 0-0 Our U11 hockey girls travelled to Hermannsburg on May 10 and played two games. The girls drew against Hermannsburg 1-1 and unfortunately lost to New Hanover Prep
1-0. The young ladies played with great determination and came back stronger. Our netball girls played against Tholinhlanhla on Tuesday May 8. Team A the score was 10-7 in Greytown Junior's favour. Team B, Greytown Junior drew against Tholinhlanhla 10 goals all. Our U/13 Netball girls participated in a Netball Tournament where eleven schools were involved. The results were as follows: Greytown Junior vs Tholinhlanhla 5-6 in Tholinhlanhlas's favour and Greytown Junior drew 3 all against eMgaga. On Wednesday May 9, Greytown Junior hosted a mini rugby tournament . A total of three schools attended Greytown Junior fielded three mini rugby sides. Our Grade 1 side first played Kammaland and won 20-15. Our Grade 2 side also first played Kammaland and secured a victory of 25-5. Our Grade 3 side played Kammaland and lost 20-10. A combined side also played against Wembley and won 15-10.
Greytown Rugby Giants victory Greytown Rugby Giants faced Voortrekker old boys, yet again, last Friday night and this time they were victorious, ending with a score of 12-11 to Greytown. Man of the match was awarded to Mazwe Simelane for backline, and Ndumiso Zondi for forwards. Greytown Giants will be playing the
Young Lions this weekend, May 18, at Woodburn Stadium, in Pietermaritzburg, for those who would like to support. Practices are as usual Monday and Wednesday evenings, from 6:30 pm, preceded by touch rugby for 30 minutes at 6 pm. All welcome.
Window on Wembley AQUILIBRIUM is a competition that tests pupils ability to think laterally and work precisely in the context of a civil engineering problem. The contestants compete against other KZN schools and are assessed on their ability to transfer water from a reservoir to three reserve tanks. We sent a team to compete. The difference in volume between the reserve tanks and any leakages results in penalties which reduce points from the total score. This year, Renuka Nair, Paige Schofield and Pia Steyn competed for Wembley College and were able to achieve the second highest total points. This is an incredible achievement for the girls who won R1 800 for the school on this, their first attempt, at the competition. The children who attended our first Lego
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Club this term, held last Friday afternoon, had a lovely time interacting with each other, building interesting designs and attacking each others’ bases. The Grade 6 class had a very informative outing to Sawem Sawmill in Seven Oaks. Thank you to Mr Wynand Carr for the time and knowledge you shared with us and thank you to Mr Eddie Meyer for allowing us to visit your sawmill. On May 9, Tessa Harman, a registered dietitian came to Wembley College. Harman came to give a talk on diabetes, the two different types, looking for symptoms and most importantly remembering to make smart choices about our diet. The learners were taught how to manage diabetes with the correct medication, heathy eating and exercise. We would like to thank Harman for all her effort and making us more aware about diabetes. The Grade 3s travelled to the African Bird of Prey Sanctuary last Wednesday. There was a tangible excitement prior to our departure. Mrs Gevers had brought an injured barn owl to school the previous day and we had decided to take it with us to see if it could be helped by Raptor Rescue which is attached to the Sanctuary. We are happy to report that after a twoand-a-half-hour operation, its broken wing was repaired and pinned. On behalf of the Grade 3s would like to thank Mr Dlomo who drove one of the buses, and Mrs Porée who also accompanied them. Lastly, Wembley College congratulates Fuze Fuze who has been selected as first reserve for the KZN U13 squash team. Over the course of this year, Fuze participated in four separate trial dates and did exceptionally well to be selected for the team.
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SPORT NEWS Greytown Country Club news Rugby players ... we need your help IT has been proven time and time again that sport is a positive means of keeping youth occupied and away from drugs and crime. With this in mind, a group of positive enthusiastic pupils at Greytown Secondary School have got together to form a rugby team. At this stage its fairly basic as they need lots of assistance in coaching, rugby equipment, etc. But they are determined to succeed and bring sport back into the range of Greytown
Secondary School pupils’ activities. Rugby has played an important role with many men in Umvoti — this is an appeal to any one of them out there, and the municipality, to help these youngsters achieve their dreams of having a Greytown Secondary School rugby team line up to play against other school rugby teams. If you can assist please contact Bandile Khumalo at 084 664 8386 or Lindikuhle Dlomo at 084 830 4583.
St Cathryns news THE Green Keeper is having a busy time at St Cathryns preparing the course for the St Cathryns Classic to be held on Saturday, May 26. The format is 4BBBS and teeoff early from 7 am then
THE annual Greytown Country Club Golf Championship, which was held on May 12 and 13, was played in near perfect golfing weather. After day one Oscar Ndawonde, Humphrey Msomi and S. Buthelezi were neck and neck on 75 gross. In the end, after a tense struggle, Buthelezi clinched the trophy on a total of 148 gross. The rest of the champions were as follows: B-div: Bigboy Ngonyama 167, C-div: Flip Botha 170. Best net overall was Flip Botha 134 net, and seniors champion is Pete Anderson, who had a blinder with 43 points! Our sincere gratitude to green keeper Wally who presented a lovely course. We would like to remind all golfers of the Ladies’ Invitation which will be played on Sunday, May 27. Please support our lady golfers and accept their invitations to play. Members draw was Mark Thomas who was not present. The
Greytown's top golfers were delighted with their play S. Buthelezi, Bigboy Ngonyama, Pete Anderson and Flip Botha. draw rolls over to next week at R500! DATES TO DIARISE: May 25 — Happy Hour
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9.30 am. This Saturday, May 19, we will play the Farmers Agri-care Monthly Mug from 9 am onwards. Please contact Piet at 083 269 1661 to book your slot in the Mug and/or Classic.
CLUB championships got underway this weekend with the opening round getting off the ground for the selected pairs. Roy Thomson and Wofie Lu-
bowitski came against Jack Drew and Schalk Jacobs and the green ran for Jack and Schalk. Chris Fischer is responding to
May 27 — Plennegy Ladies Invitational June 2 — Mascor Monthly Mug/ Business League
treatment so we all wish him well. With everyone going here, there and everywhere it has been difficult to arrange anything, so there will be social bowls this Wednesday and Saturday and remember the Bracken fun day on June 24.
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