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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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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

own challenges this year, but as we enter 2015 we renew our pledge to you to do our very best to continue to be the most accurate, fair and balanced 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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Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 (SPLUMA) that regulates planning for the use of land so that people build in correct areas designated for specific purposes. Our involvement starts with ensuring that the developer complies with the prescriptions of law when developing,” said Khanyile. The Act, said Khanyile, ensures that all development in an area falls within the means of the municipality and its future plans and zoning. Last week, community held a march after complaints were raised that employment is reserved for “outsiders,” among other things. Inkosi Luthuli called a media briefing on Wednesday where he

let it be known that construction of a shopping centre in the area has been a dream of his for a long time. Luthuli also said the municipality has refused to be involved with the project since the very beginning. He said in the early 2000’s he found a potential investor to start the project however, the investor failed to meet the deadline of initiation of the project. He said at that time a site number had already been given and the land belonged to a Mr Mbambo who later sold the land to the current owner Mr Ngubane who owns a tavern near the site. “When construction had to start, issues arose as the munici-

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Ugu apologises  for  error VUSI  MTHALANE >>vusi.mthalane@media24.com UGU  District  Municipality  has  issued  an apology  after  incorrect  water  statements were  mailed  to  customers  last  month. Ugu municipal manager DD Naidoo said after this, the municipal call centre received many complaints about account names not matching  billing  details.  He attributed the error to a contracted printing company which he says mixed up the  data. “The billing system has the correct infor­ mation and the batch that has an error is for January. Affected customers are those residing  mainly  in  Shelly  Beach,  Uvongo Margate,  Ramsgate,  Southbroom,  Trafal­ gar, San Lameer and Park Rynie,” said Nai­ doo.  He said the error occurred on the state­ ments  that  get  posted  out,  not  emailed ones. “These will be reprinted and all bills will  be  corrected  accordingly.  The error is regretted and Ugu sincerely apologises to all its affected customers for the  inconvenience  caused,”  he  said.  Meanwhile, residents have been asked to  store  water  in  anticipation  of  planned water shutdowns scheduled to take place on 21 and 28 February. This is due to the con­ struction of a pipeline to the Bhobhoyi wa­ ter  treatment  plant.  Affected areas are from Hibberdene to Ramsgate and inland Gamalakhe, Murchi­ son, Bhobhoyi and Nyandezulu. Water will be  off  from  7am  until  3pm  on  both  days.

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DONATION of equipment to the Port Shepstone Hospital will ensure that administrative processes are speedy and efficiently conducted and that more training sessions are made possible. This comes after the Road Accident Fund donated R500 000 to the hospital for laptops, projectors, external hard drives and a camera.

Hospital board chairman, Reverend John Grubb, thanked everyone involved in making the donation possible. “This will ensure proper filing of patient records and that the different departments are run more smoothly and efficiently,” he said. Grubb said he sourced the equipment last year and received a quote from Game. However the purchase was not possible at that time. “When I returned to the store

this year, the price had escalated by R3 500, but Game was kind enough to give us the equipment at the originally quoted price,” he said. The hospital’s acting CEO Dr Babusisiwe Dlamini-Kunene said the hospital had been waiting eagerly for such equipment. “Files are often misplaced. Patients information change and now we will be able to update these records. We also won’t have to deal with looking for storage space,” she said.

 

Double­murder suspect  arrested A 19-YEAR-OLD man was arrested for the murder of his mother and sister in Thokotho, Gcilima on Wednesday. SAPS spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka said Margate police received a call that two bodies had been found at a house in Gcilima by a domestic worker and the suspect has been apprehended by the community.

Mfeka said officers found the bodies of a 34-year-old woman and a seven-month-old baby who had both been stabbed in the neck. He said the suspect was then arrested and a double-murder docket was opened. “Mfeka said allegations suggest that the suspect got into an argument with his mother while she was getting ready for work and he then stabbed his mother and baby sister,”

The suspect had previously been arrested for housebreaking and claims that he had a mental condition had not been confirmed. “In his previous arrest the suspect was claimed to be mentally challenged and was taken to a mental institution however, he was later released back to the police after observations proved he was not mentally challenged,” said Mfeka

On Monday Mfeka said the investigating officer took the docket to court as the suspect is still in a mental institution for examination. “The investigating officer took the case docket to Ramsgate Magistrate Court for the suspects next appearance as he was booked into a mental institution for two weeks to examine his mental state,” said Mfeka. - Supplied.

Brazen gang  behind  bars  for  a  long  time THE  end  to  an  exhaustive  investigation came  on  30  January  when  sought­after house robbers were sentenced to a com­ bined  prison  term  of  165  years  in  the Scottburgh  Regional  Court. Three  armed  criminals  broke  into homes in the Scottburgh area in October and November 2011 and robbed their vic­ tims. Some of victims, including children, were terrorised, beaten, burnt with an iron and  raped. 

A task team was immediately set up under the command of Detective Warrant Officer  Yugen  Moodley  of  Scottburgh SAPS.  On 25 November, 2011 the first suspect was arrested by Warrant Officer Brendon Rensburg  and  Warrant  Officer  Kenneth Glover of Umkomaas K9 Unit who also re­ covered  a  firearm  and  stolen  property.  Shortly  thereafter,  Amandawe  com­ munity  members  overpowered  and  ap­

prehended two other men who attacked them and who were also sought after for the robberies. Another firearm was found in  the  possession  of  one  of  the  men.  An intense investigation followed and the recovered firearms were linked to two of the robberies that had occurred. Foren­ sic  evidence  and  expert  witnesses,  saw the three accused appear regularly before the  Scottburgh  Regional  Court.  The  five­year  trial  came  to  a  conclu­

sion when  Scelo  Mkhize  (32)  was  sen­ tenced to 50 years, Smakahle Shabalala (27)  received  60  years  and  Siyanda  Gu­ mede  (34),  55  years.  Ugu Cluster Commander Major Gener­ al  Sethenya  Nxamagele  is  pleased  with the outcome of the trial, the perseverance of  the  investigation  team,  and  the  in­ volvement of the community in assisting police.  “Fighting  crime  is  everyone’s  re­ sponsibility”  she  said.  ­  Supplied.

Health department  sends  condolences FEVER  REPORTER >>precious.gumede2media24.com THE South Coast Fever published a story about a bakkie accident on the toll road on the R61 last week, where pupils were injured, and one dying  in  hospital  due  to  critical  injuries. Port Shepstone Regional Hospital Phumza Morai  sent  out  a  media  statement  from  the provincial health department which conveyed condolences to the affected families especially those  of  Samkelisiwe  Thando  Ndovela  (6), who  died. The  statement  read  as  follows:  KZN  De­ partment of Health spokesperson Sam Mkwa­ nazi stated they would like to send condolences to the family of the deceased victim and wish a speedy recovery to the patients who were in­ volved in the accident that happened on R61 highway between Margate and Shelly Beach, on  the  KZN  South  Coast. “The  Port  Shepstone  Hospital  Casualty Unit received nine school children who were in­ volved in a motor vehicle accident that morn­ ing. The clinical personnel worked tirelessly to stabilise  them,  but  unfortunately  a  six­year­ old girl did not make it due to the serious head injuries sustained.  “Doctors are still trying their best  to  stabilise  the  rest.  They are also critical as they sustained head injuries coupled with deep bruises and broken limbs.  The  hospital  will  endeavour  to  render the necessary care to the patients who are criti­ cally  injured.” In last week’s report it was mentioned that three pupils were badly injured, including the deceased, Samkelisiwe and the other two were in the intensive care unit and have received vis­ its from various municipal officials, school per­ sonnel.  The MEC of Transport Mxolisi Kaunda is ex­ pected  to  Samkelisiwe’s  funeral  in  KwaNzi­ makwe.  On Tuesday Port Shepstone Regional Hospital  confirmed  that  the  two  pupils  had been  discharged.

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>>candyce.krishna@media24.com THE Public Protector, Advocate Busisiwe Mkhwebane, is yet to bare the news of whether the Mpenjati beach will be declared a nudist one or not. The Ray Nkonyeni Municipality is under the impression that such a beach will generate income and attract tourists. Council accepted the application from the South African Natur-

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ist Association in 2014. A short while later, Reverend Mike Effanga, of the Concerned Citizens of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM), held a series of meetings with the municipality and the public, providing feedback and comment on why they should not permit nude bathing. “The operation is illegal as the Constitution does not permit nude bathing. Therefore a town’s by-law cannot go against this,” he said. Effanga’s group is of the impres-

sion that such a beach will lead to moral decay, children will be exposed to nudity, crime will rise and possibly even prostitution will occur. Traditional leaders from the area are of the view that the beach is sacred. Effanga compiled a report based on all this information and wrote to the Public Protector last year to intervene. Mkhwebane and a delegation from her office then visited the

beach to conduct their own investigation. Mkhwebane said her report will be concluded early this year, which the Concerned Citizens group eagerly awaits. “The public protector’s professional diligence is impressive and we are happy with the way the issue is being handled. Until she makes a decision, nude bathing at the Mpenjati beach is illegal. “We look forward to the final report.”

nicipality can rest assured that the mu­ nicipality is working on correcting the er­ rors. The Fever carried a story on 26 Janu­ ary,  Flawed  bills  infuriate  residents, where  people  complained  of  being charged thousands extra for their water consumption.  Some  said  they  would not  pay  for  a  service  they  did  not  use,

“The municipality is currently experi­ encing  challenges  with  the  billing  sys­ tem  which  are  being  addressed,”  said spokesperson  France  Zama. He said in some months metre read­ ings  are  estimated  which  in  some  in­ stances  duplicates  the  charges  hence the  bills  are  high.  “The  municipality  is  however  very

aware of this fault and is addressing it. Accounts of customers that have been reported to have problems will be close­ ly scrutinised and amended according­ ly.” “This inconvenience is highly regret­ ted and we urge our customers to bear with us while we rectify our system ac­ cordingly,”  he  added.

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CCORDING to a recent midyear budget and performance assessment review, Ray Nkonyeni Municipality (RNM) has maintained a stable performance in terms of set targets and goals for this financial year. RNM spokesperson Simon April said the self-assessment process has shown that the municipality has reached the 91% mark, which he said

RNM releases  mid­year  review is consistent with the level of performance obtained during the same period in the past financial year. “This review includes among other issues the usefulness and credibility of performance information for purposes of reporting on predetermined performance objectives and compliance with key legislation governing finan-

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cial matters,” said April. He added that the municipality is of the view that this review will create a positive image to stakeholders, tourists and the general public. “This will motivate the staff to comply further with key legislation governing financial matters. This also confirms the fact that there has been improvement

in the governance of the municipality and meeting key deliverables,” said. At the recent Back to Basic Awards, RNM was awarded for having the best key performance area in its integrated development plan (IDP) with regards to good governance and public participation. Hibiscus Coast and Ezinqoleni also

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recently received a clean audit report from the Auditor-General who pointed out a number of issues that need to be worked on, including a lack of a road infrastructure policy, invalid reconciliations on bank statements and incorrect treatment of the housing subsidy grant.

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PRECIOUS GUMEDE >>precious.gumede@media24.com MISS  Junior  South  Africa  regional  finalist,  Creleisha Moodley of Shelly Beach will be hosting a fund­raising dinner on Saturday at the New Convent Church in Pro­ tea  Park. As part of the campaign leading to the competi­ tion,  finalists  are  required  to  actively  participate  in their community and make an impact in the lives of young  girls  and  women. Through  the  partnership  of  Miss  Junior  SA  and Happy Days, Moodley is expected to assist in raising awareness by conducting a sanitary towel drive. The drive will help ensure that young girls attend school and not miss on learning due to their monthly cycle. Attendants of the fund­raising dinner will be required to pay a fee of R150 per person, which will cover dinner, drinks  and  entertainment. As  part  of  the  programme,  Tessa  Green  of  Wow Factor and talk show host of the Pink Couch will be the guest speaker. Vimmy can be contacted on 082 863  2276  for  bookings.

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CANDYCE KRISHNA >>candyce.krishna@media24.com A  DURBAN  businesswoman,  Nobuntu  Webster, launched her book, Perfect Mess Perfect Grace, at St Mike’s Hotel on Saturday. The book revolves around Zanodumo,  who’s  world  becomes  chaotic  when  se­ crets surface and threaten to tear apart her picture­ perfect  family.  This  leaves  her  lost  and  confused. She fights through dramatic events, which lead her down a path of pain and regret. The launch was well attended by the South Coast community who could not  wait  to  get  their  hands  on  a  copy.

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ARUSHA Govender (18) of Marburg will represent KZN in the Zee World Miss Teen Commonwealth SA 2017 pageant. The Fever caught up with her to find out more. Fever: Tell us a bit about yourself. TG: I consider myself to be a very adventurous, open minded individual who strives to persevere. My interests and activities include modelling, singing, dancing, hiking, picnics, and most of all, I love good food. Fever: When did your modelling career begin? TG: From the age of five, when my mom dressed me in beautiful dresses, I dreamt of being a model. My dad would make me walk up and down the passage and show me a few modelling steps. Fever: What are you studying and why have you chosen this field? TG: I am a second year Bcom marketing student. One of the reasons for my choice in Bcom is that it offers good job security, a respectable salary and decent annual leave. I also want to have an exciting, fast-paced job where I will never be bored. Fever: How did you hear about this pageant? TG: While I was researching my assignments in November last year I came across the entry form, spoke to my parents about it and next thing I

Marburg beauty  represents  KZN know my mom completed the entry form and paid my entry fee. So it’s thanks to my parents that I am a finalist. Fever: What was it like to hear that you are a KZN finalist? TG: I was overwhelmed when I was notified last Tuesday. I truly believe destiny has something planned for everyone. Fever: What are some of the criteria you had to meet to enter this pageant? TG: Applicants had be between 16 and 19, have a passion to do community work and to inspire others. Fever: What is the aim of the pageant? TG: It is a leadership programme and you will learn valuable skills during while having an amazing time. You will be expected to raise sponsorships and items for your chosen charity and make a difference in your community. Fever: If you win what will your duties be? TG: Title holders become involved in charitable causes and uphold the aims and objectives of the Commonwealth. Duties include making appearances at events, to be the face of the Commonwealth brand and the sponsors and to assist with the new entries for 2018. Fever: How are you preparing for the Miss Commonwealth pageant? TG: I am making sure I physically have everything I need for the grand finale in April. I am staying positive and relaxed. I am very excited for what is to come. Tarusha  Govender  of  Marburg  is  a  fi­ nalist  in  the  Zee  World  Miss  Teen  Commonwealth  SA  2017  pageant. PHOTO:  TRINITY  PHOTOGRAPHY


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OVE was certainly in the air at the South Coast Hospice Valentine’s lunch at St Mike’s Hotel on Saturday. Friends, family and couples attended in support of Hospice and enjoyed a great meal.

At the  brunch  are  (from  left)  Pam  Pillay,  Sandy  Kathrayan­Moodley  and  Claudia  Davey.

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12 FEVER TOURISM 360 The  swallows  are  here LEADER       

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LAST Sunday I was at a meeting at one of our golf clubs and they were having an “In­ ternational  Pairs  Day”  involving  golfers  in our  area,  from  South  Africa  and  abroad. In discussions, it became apparent that at this time of year, people from the north­ ern hemisphere migrate here to avoid the extreme winter chills they get in the months of  January  through  to  April.  I  can  under­ stand why they do. Europe at this time of year freezes the environment and the soul.

These hundreds  of  swallows  come  to the  South  Coast,  rent  accommodation  or stay in their own holiday homes and spend their Euros, Francs and Pounds which must be wonderful for them given the exchange rate. After all, our destination is not known for over the top prices so no wonder these long haul spenders come to our sub­tropical shores year after year and it is catching on. A few estate agents have told me that many sales they make are to foreigners who

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Ugu successfully  launches  multi­ million  rand  water  project FURTHER  multimillion  rand  investments  are  being made by Ugu District Municipality to cultivate its water infrastructure, enabling water access to more commu­ nities  in  the  district. Last  week  Thursday,  the  municipality  held  a  sod turning  ceremony  at  Mabheleni  West  near  St  Faiths

have come out here with their friends, like it  so  much  that  they  purchase  their  own property at a fraction of what is asked for at the trendy spots to the south of us. Here I  am  thinking  of  a  city  that  has  a  bit  of  a mountain  in  the  middle  of  it. One other aspect of these annual visi­ tors is their strong philanthropic vein and it is not uncommon for rural communities and NGOs benefiting from their generosity. It is clear  these  migratory  markets  are  very

where it unveiled the construction of a reservoir worth R9,7­million. The scope of work for this project includes the con­ struction of a 2.5ML reinforced concrete reservoir which is  scheduled  to  commence  at  the  end  of  February. Weather permitting, the duration period of the project is  estimated  at  eight  months.  Once completed, the reservoir  is set to benefit com­ munities of eZitendeni, Mabheleni, Cathula and Ngcaz­ olo, which translates to thousands of households com­ bined. Addressing the benefiting communities, Ugu deputy mayor, Cllr Mondli Chiliza also revealed good news that this project will provide water to these communities im­ mediately  after  reticulation  is  done. Job  opportunities The municipality’s efforts to triumph over the triple challenge  of  poverty,  unemployment  and  inequality continue through ensuring employment of local labou­ rers  for  all  projects  within  our  communities.  A good story to tell is that 20 people were employed on the day of the sod­turning and another 30 will be brought in as the project gets underway, bringing the total number of temporal employment opportunities to 50. “Alleviating poverty, inequality and unemploy­ ment in our communities is in the apex of our priorities. As the municipality, we remain committed creating a better  district  for  all,”  said  Cllr  Chiliza. Communities are urged to become members of our Facebook  page  by  liking  the  page:  “Ugu  Municipality Talk” and receive factual news regarding the municipal­ ity’s service delivery projects and regular updates on all water  and  sanitation  services.

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much valued. We have a very endearing variety of peo­ ple here and our visitors are drawn to us as we are to them. I was once in Port St Johns and in the visitor’s book at a hospitality es­ tablishment one entry read, “My name is Ol­ ga from Norway. I came for three days and loved it so much I stayed for nine months.” No doubt Olga may have been drawn to the esoteric, care­free vibe on the Wild Coast. Although we are not as rustic as down

there, we  too  enjoy  long  stay  visits  from long­haul  visitors  who  come  here  to  play golf, chill on our lovely beaches, tuck into our cuisine, hike and bike and trek into our captivating  inland  eco­cultural  spots. To all our swallows from up north, wel­ come again. You are always at home here and like the energetic birds, may you wing your way around our Paradise and enjoy the best  of  our  Africa.

Turning the  sod  to  mark  the  begin­ ning  of  the  con­ struction  work  (from  left)  Project  Management  Unit  senior  manager  Chuma  Mqoboli,  contractor  Thubal­ ami  Mafuna,  ward  councillor  Dumisani Dlamini,  Ugu  dep­ uty  ayor  Cllr  Mon­ dli  Chiliza,  council­ lor  Nozipho  Caluza  and  Chief  Nelisiwe  Mbhele.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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SA politicians  have  not  learnt THE 20th anniversary of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) on April 15, 2016, passed without fanfare. However, Jacana Media published an excellent pocket history of the TRC written by Mary Burton, who was a commissioner. The TRC, arising from the transition to democracy in 1994, had a specific and finite task: to probe atrocities committed during the apartheid era with the possibility of finding restorative justice rather than retribution. Those who fully disclosed their part in human rights violations committed during past conflicts could seek amnesty. Those who had suffered abuse or had lost family members had a right to know the truth. Although there are many criticisms of the work of the TRC, it is generally recognised that dealing with these past brutali-

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I AM currently employed by the state and I consider myself a very dedicated employee. I take pride in serving the people of this country but nothing gets under my skin as someone, a member of the public, choosing to invoke his religion or religious beliefs at my place of employment. Firstly, I have taken my time to serve you and you think I am not clean enough to serve you just because I am male. I take offence to such. In my book, the invocation of your religious beliefs under the abovementioned circumstances smacks of tyranny, ungratefulness and conceit. In my book, it is a violation of my good-heartedness. I feel discriminated against whenever this scenario presents itself. Secondly, in my culture, a male my age is not allowed to touch a woman who is old enough to

ties was a crucial part in reaching some sort of national reconciliation. It is significant that former leader F.W. de Klerk and then president Thabo Mbeki attempted to prevent the publication of the final TRC report. In the light of the recent brutal and totally unacceptable abuse of power at the Sona in Parliament, the record of the TRC is a salutary reminder that South African politicians have not learnt from the history of the past. This deplorable behaviour takes us back to the draconian states of emergencies during the eighties. Where is our hardwon democracy in all this? It seems that one group of bloated, selfinterested patriarchs who have no regard for the rule of law, has replaced another. Mary K.

be his mother. Can you imagine what would happen if I were to start invoking my cultural beliefs at my place of employment? I would lose my job. Imagine what would happen if every elderly woman were to refuse my help citing her cultural beliefs? The system would crash and service delivery would come to a standstill. How is it that some of us can compromise on our beliefs, be they religious or cultural, yet some members of the community refuse to return the favour? I have stated the context under which my concern emanates, therefore I do not expect to be misunderstood. Public Servant

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You get  the  leaders  you  vote  for INCUMBENT U.S. President Donald Trump seems to be getting more criticism than congratulatory messages. Kindly allow me to wish the big man everything of the best. He went after the biggest job in the world and was successful. Who are we to hate him for that? He won fair and square, and is here to stay, so get used to it. At the very least, the “bore” factor in politics is officially a thing of the past and the next four years are bound to be very interesting, if nothing else. Trump put aside a life of luxury and his billions to travel to each state, make his case and do the hard yards. Remember, our very own country voted in a man far worse, so why the shock? Have no sympathy for the U.S. (celebrities seriously need to stop their futile protesting) — the process was fair and you get exactly the government that you ask for. Malusi  Magwaza

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becomes the victim. No wonder there is a vibrant trade of secondhand goods and the police usually are always caught in the middle. The suspects, like the students on TV, stir the trouble and when the police come in to take control they become the bad boys. I cannot believe this. The police must use force when suspects become uncontrollable otherwise how are they to take the upper hand of the situation by talking nicely. Please man, the people of this country need to sit up and think. Disturbed

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ANDEESWEEK se onderwerp vir hierdie rubriek het niks regstreeks met die Hibiskuskus te doen nie, maar indien hierdie potensiële gevaarsituasie nie baie vinnig en doeltreffend gehanteer word nie, sal die gevolge tot by ons uitkring. So drie weke gelede het dit bekend geword dat die uitheemse Herfs-kommandowurm, oftewel die ‘fall army worm’ in Amerikaanse Engels, skielik in SuidAfrika ontdek is, en reeds groot skade aanrig. Sedertdien was daar in verskeie publikasies en op die internet nuwe inligting oor hierdie gevaarlike verwoester van oeste. Dis duidelik dat die landbou-sektor, en die regering, hier met ‘n moontlike toekomstige ramp te doen het indien daar nie vinnig en doeltreffend opgetree word nie. Die publikasie ProAgri bestempel die wurm as die gevaarlikste pes nóg, ‘n ‘ernstige monster’ wat reeds in Limpopo, Gauteng, die Vrystaat en WesKaapland opgemerk is, en sê tot nou toe kon boere die verspreiding nie keer nie. ProAgri berig Jan Hendrik Venter, die wetenskaplike bestuurder by die Departement van Landbou, Bosbou en Visserye se Plant-gesondheidsdepartement, het verklaar ‘ons weet nie presies hoe die wurm in Afrika optree nie, maar dit blyk dat die volwassenes hulle eiers op die mielies lê waar die larwes dan ontwikkel. Indien mense hulle nie doodmaak nie, ontwikkel hulle in volwasse motte, wat weer eiers lê.’ Die groot probleem is dat die gebruiklike plaagdoder, piretroïed, nie die wurm vankant maak nie. Die gewone Afrika-kommandowurm was in die verlede ‘n probleem, maar die Herfs-kommandowurm is veel skade-

Die Herfs­kommandowurm  –  ‘n  nuwe  pes  in  SA liker. Pro-Agri berig daar is wel geregistreerde plaagdoders vir die Afrikakommandowurm, maar niks is nog geregistreer vir die Herfs-kommandowurm nie, omdat dit nog nooit voorheen in Suid-Afrika was nie. Die Herfskommandowurm vreet net mielies. Die motte van hierdie wurms is goeie vlieërs, daarom kan windstrome ‘n groot rol speel om hulle oor groot afstande te versprei. Omdat die wurm nuut is, weet niemand watter langtermyneffekte hy kan uitoefen nie. ProAgri meen dit kan ‘n migrasieproses wees wat verwant is aan die Afrika-kommandowurm, en kan in groot getalle van een gebied na ‘n ander beweeg en ernstige skade aanrig. Die Minister van Landbou, Senzeni Zokwana, het vroeg in Februarie op ‘n media-konferensie verklaar Suid-Afrika het die vermoë om die plaag te bestry, en dis nie nodig om paniekerig te raak nie. Die Departement van Landbou het vandeesweek in Zimbabwe deelgeneem aan ‘n noodvergadering van die Verenigde Volke se Voedsel- en Landbou-organisasie waar planne gesmee is om die stryd teen hierdie wurm in Suider-Afrika te koördineer. Die uitslag van hierdie beredenerings is nog nie bekend nie. Feit is, die Herfskommandoworum het in die onlangse tyd mielie-oeste in Zimbabwe, Zambië, Mosambiek, Namibië en Malawi erg verniel. Vida Booysen van Beeld het verlede week berig Minister Zokwana het beklemtoon sy departement is baie besorg oor die moontlike gevolge op boerdery-bedrywighede, en alles wat moontlik is, word gedoen om die im-

Wouter se  Watergat WOUTER  WILLEMSE HIER in die Watergat kon ons nie uitge­ praat  raak  oor  die  tonele  in  die  Parle­ ment voor die “Staatsrede” van ons gig­ gelende president nie. Oor die ongeloof­ like  onvermoë  van  die  voorsittende beamptes om orde te handhaaf, die to­ tale gebrek aan respek vir die instelling deur veral die EFF, die oor­en­weer ges­ kel op mekaar en die duidelik­hoorbare gebruik  van  die  f­woord,  en  die  nare beeld wat die geweld vir die land en die buitewêreld  uitdra.  Toe  die  president  aan  die  woord kom,  nadat  hy  alles  stilswyend  gade­ geslaan het, sprak hy geen sprook daa­ roor nie. Asof dit alles maar normaal is, en  asof  hy  absoluut  niks  daarmee  te doen gehad het nie. Ek huiwer om te vra. Is  hy  ‘n  psigopaat?  Absoluut  verstom­

mend. Ewenwel, voor die verrigtinge binne­ in die Parlementsgebou, het ons die mil­ itêre  optredes  in  die  strate  bekyk.  Een van ons besoekers het gevra of ons ag­ tergekom het hoe oorgewig ons mense in  uniform  is,  veral  die  polisiemense.  Toe ons hulle met meer aandag bek­ yk, het ons gesukkel om selfs ‘n paar te identifiseer wat so fiks lyk soos die sold­ ate van oorsese lande wat ons gereeld in TV­berigte sien. Hoe pas ons mense in  standaard­uniforms?  Of  is  hul  klere “custom  made?” Raai  wat?  Tydens  die  chaos  in  die Parlement,  tref  dieselfde  waarneming ons. Die oorgrote meerderheid van ons parlementslede  is  oorgewig.  Selfs  die veiligheidswagte  wat  die  uitsmytwerk gedoen het. “Wragtag”, was Oom Pottie se kommentaar, “tagtig persent van die

Die verwoestende  Herfs­ kommandowurm.   FOTOS:  VERSKAF

pak te minimiseer. Die land se amptelike noodplan teen invalle deur bedreigende peste is reeds in werking gestel, en ‘n bewustheidsveldtog sal ook na alle provinsies uitgebrei word. Hy het bevestig daar is geen plaagdoder geregistreer wat teen die Herfs-kommandowurm gebruik kan word nie, omdat dit nog nie vantevore in Suid-Afrika was nie. Nood-registrasie van landbou-chemikalieë wat teen die nuwe pes gebruik kan word, word nou gedoen. Die Herfs-kommandowurm het sy oorsprong in die Amerikas waar dit verwoestende skade veroorsaak het, en het stelselmatig na ander wêrelddele versprei. Kom ons hoop Suid-Afrika se landbou vind gou ‘n teenvoeter vir hierdie nuwe pes. Anders het boere nog ‘n oorlewingstryd om te stry.

Die mot  van  die  Herfs­kom­ mandowurm,  ‘n  baie  sterk  vlieër.

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lot is vet! Veral die vroue!” Ons het prob­ eer om Pottie se “maer” twintig persent te  identifiseer  .  Dit was moeilik, maar daar is wel ‘n groep van hulle wat hul klere van die rak af  sal  kan  koop.  “Kan  jy  jou  voorstel  hoeveel  geld maak  die  kleremakers  in  Kaapstad  en Pretoria uit hierdie lot?”, was nog ‘n be­ soeker  se  kommentaar,  “en  die  verko­ pers  van  vroueklere?  Kyk  hoe  lyk  ma­ dame Speaker. Daardie nommertjie kos ‘n  plaas  se  prys.” By ons was ‘n joernalis wat gereeld funksies van die plaaslike munisipaliteit bywoon.  Ons  sal  sy  naam  verswyg weens  ooglopende  redes.  “Julle  kêrels moet  sien  hoeveel  eet  van  ons  raad­ slede  en  munisipale  amptenare.  Wan­ neer  hulle  opskep,  skep  hulle  op.  Borde is te swaar om met een hand

te dra. Selfs koekies tydens teetyd word so vyf op ‘n slag opgetel.” Hy het ons eg­ ter verseker daar is wel van hulle wat dit nie doen nie en glad nie oorgewig is nie, hoewel  by  verre  in  die  minderheid.  Die volgende aand ons toevallig vir die eerste keer in jare na die sepie Sew­ ende  Laan.  Wat  sien  ons?  Bekende  karakters  wat  so  vet  ge­ word het hulle lyk soos Jojo­watertenks. Is  ons  reeds  ‘n  totale  oorgewignasie?  As ek in die strate en in winkels rom­ dom my, en na myself kyk, is die antwo­ ord  “ja.” Ons  loopstorie  kom  van  John  van Wyk  van  Johannesburg:  Man  aan  sy vriend: “Ek ry nooit met my salarisstrok­ ie in my motor rond nie. Indien ek dalk in  ‘n  motor­ongeluk  omkom,  sal  hulle dink dis selfmoord en my versekering sal nie  uitbetaal  nie.”

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Asibike wonke amapayipi avui l Yingakho kubalulekile ukuthi singkwenu.  Hlala  wazi  ukuthi IMEYA KAMASIPALA  kelele ukuthi siphephile c EPWP nabasebenza ngezemvelo. aCom engumxhasi osemthethweni ncane ngibuza lini ngoba basenamandla okwenza izy osezingeni Kul­ eliphezulu.  Akube  umatikulet­ ihlelele ukukhokhela abafundi imali yokub­ Umatikuletsheni  isisekelo  uyithole  akukho okungakuvimba ukuthi uphumelele seminyaka ezayo ukuthi sizoshaya Sabefundaze  sesibona ukuthikalula. kubalulekilenoma sese, ukudaleka kwamathuba emisethini wethu. Umphakathi namaphoyibesibalulekile ut Lezizimvula zizohamba ibanga vula esingawasebenzisela ukunjengoba imvula ibuye inethe ngamsha wamazi.  sa aphansi.  phumelele  singu­ kuwoma amaningi. ayo ngesomiso kodwa siye ngokwazi zayo noma aqhumile masishane emaUMZUMBE UBABA  Kungijabulise Kusukela  kwesokunxele,  Cllr  Phumzile  Habile  (Ward  uham17),  Cllr  Bonga  Luthuli  (Ward ixosha 16)  Cllr Amakhosi Marcia  Mfecane  (Ward  10) benzi into. Siyohlala njalo sibeluleka laphaosho ukuthi asiyi ndawo singuMaizigameko ezikhombisa ukuthi Leyo imisebenzi ikati eziko. UYASIJABULISA singuMasipaStadium. Cele School, Zibonele High School waleliqembu uzokwethula izi- ukuq kuvimba ukuthi uphumelele ngonyawo olunjani. ukuthi sibone aseMzumbe nokunye. sa bathola ithuba lokukhuluma sheni  ozokwazi  ukuthi  uma  ufuna  ukuyo­ halisa  siyiphindisele  emuva.  enganeni uma ihlose ukuqhubekela pham­ Kubalulekile  ukuthi  wazi  njalo  ukuthi ngaphandle  kwakho  uqobo. vula ibuye inethe ngamsha wamazi. izimvula ziyalekelela ukugcwalisa njengomphakathi. Esikufisayo elide ukulekelela ukuthi sibeukuthi namanzi washa nokunye. andla. Siqikelele nokuthi izindawo es- lebhola Masibambisaneni phansi  kusuke Masipala  bantu abasha and  Cllr  Oscar  Luthuli  (Ward  5). ya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubUCLLR SIZWE NGCOBO. la. Sibambe umhlangano nenyunbile umuntu kumuntu. Leli komiti liSibe sesikhetha futhi saqala nokuqeqla ukubona izinkampani eziziKusasa ngolwesihlanu kuzotheleKanye neSithokozile High School. Lezpho aziphathele lezizingane. Lezi iziulu. Azothatha Kuzokhumbuleka ukuthi uma izuukuthi le ndawo indawo ehlala amankhanseleni ethi ukuze sigweme Okugqame kakhulu kokwenzekile ngoba abantu esibaholayo bahlala ezOkubalulekile kuloko ukuthi njengbeqhamuka nekhambi lokulwisana funda eNyuvesi nanoma ikuphi usheshe uk­ Sukumanike nibhukule niqinisekise uku­ bili iphile impilo engcono. Imfundo eyisise­ awuzenzeli  wena wakho  uqobo. amadamu ethu. Amadamu ethu ngesikhathi siwafaka emathangeni ezindaweni zethu. Okunye ezizokKubalulekile ukuthi sikuqonde akhe kuzona akuzona izindawo lapho ukuthi amanzi ethu siwathat lele nokuthi es- zosebenza Masibambisaneni ukuqinisekisa zok- izindawo eni zakulezikole lokufunda okuningi njengoba kanye nabasebenzi ikakhulukazi ukuthi kubuyiselwe izimilo amakomiti amawadi ukuze ku- ukuthi be- omasipala mele zifaka isandla emiphakaka iqembu lebhola likanobhutshuzizingane ezifunda amapho ezinobuchwepheshe obuzikwennjengomfundi waseMzumbe sis­ ukubona izinhlaka izweni zamaKhosi. Okunye simatasa ukuletha intuthunobugebengu. Ngeke sikwazi ukuhlaakhundleni ilezizimvula. lu lina amanzi ayathi niyafunda ngokuzimisela nokuzikhand­ emfuleni. Thina ziesha siyigweme singakhi kuyo. ukuchitheka okungenasidkelo  ihlose  ukuthi  iezahlukahlukene cwije futhi  ikhiphe  ieznkunzi kodwa  wenzele wazi  ukungena.  Khumbula  mfundi  ukuthi abasha baphinde ba wenza ukuthi zithambise umhlabathi ukuthi ukunetha kwemvula akusho kumakwamanzi noma kudlula khona amanzi. egolideAbantu siyawonga. awagcwali masishane yingakho kuethu nani nibe niwafaka ezintweni bantu abasha Ubuholi eMzumbe Municipality kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. Leli ithuba akuzona izindawo lapho ukuthi amanzi ethu siwathatha njengzethula ngokusemthwethweni kubantu. Izimbizo zethu zibe ingxensebenzeke kahle. Ama ward-komiti thini yethu ukwenza ngcono izimpilo wayo iKaizer Chiefs ngenhloso yokupbanga aphakathi kuka Grade 8 no 10 za ukuthi lezizingane zifunde kalula Masi kumasipala. Lezi izinhlaka esisebenkumeleisizwe  sizethule ngokusemthethweko emiphakathini yethu. Lezizinto ab- la emphakathini ohlushwa izigebenUYIQINISO ukuthi indlela ibuzesigungwini esiphezulu kuMa Ningizumu Afri­ enalo  uhlelo  lok­ yakusasa  ematholeni.  Onjiniyela,  odoko­ sonke  sas­ amaNyuvesi  asebenzisa  amaphuzu  uku­ la.  Othisha  bakhona  ukunilekelela  ukuni­ makungasivali njengohulumeni siwadonse emfuleni Futhi silekelele abantu abafuna izingo. Isimo sethu samanzi asikakabi sikwazi nokuya emasimini siyotshala. ukuthi isimo samanzi sezingcono. IsiZulu sithi lapho ake ama khona umthwalo njengomphakath mele siqinisekise ukuthi siyawonga izokwenza ukuthi niwagcine ninganansela. U-Cllr bakuqale kudala nako ukuUDr Miles Munroe wathi siyiqoqo lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamabalisebenzise kahle. Abantu abasha baphinde bangena wa Masizethwese kwabaphambili. Namini wethu ukuthi Khansela Mondli Md ona. Sabe sesibanika ithemba lok- bakhula ye yemihlangano esiyibambile. Abanayingxenye enkulu yokusebenza ku- nokwakha zabantu. Kuningi esesikubonile hakamisa igama layo zizobaekumele sethubeni lokufundiswa futhi zifunde Bazodlula za nazo kumasipala nezenza ukuthi kuMakhosi wonkeAfri­ okufaka nalawo aziphakamisile zivele zisezinhlelweni gu odinga wonkekangcono. umuntu asukudlula khona amanzi. egolide siyawonga. tela,  ochwepheshe  nabobonke  oSolwazi eNingizimu  thatha  abafundi.  Qinisekisa  ukuthi  uphu­ khanyisela  lapho  kunenkinga  khona  em­  guNobhala ozoqhubekela ukhokhela  imali nginguMeya namhlanje kukKanyelapho noKhansela Za Njengoba izimvula zinetha masiqikeKodwa sisho ukuthi uma amanzi si-Uma phinde ame. kaCentre ukusetshenziswa buded amanzi ukuthi singaqali siwasebenziciki kakhulu emanzini aphuma emawe hola okuzokwenza ukuthi kube lula lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela amasha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalisesigungwini esiphezulu kuMasipala miqondo sizitsiwahlanze bese siwafaka emathanindawo zokwakha ukuthi kunezindasihle. Asigweme ukuchitheka kwaalukho ushintsho oluzophazamitu bathola ithuba lokuphakamisa izinkahulumeni wasemakhaya. kwenziwa izinkampani ezinkulu ukuamaxhama ezokuxhumana nomphaubuchwepheshe ubunhlobonhlobo bese beya eShelly bayoq-Bravo kuthiwe uMasipala uyasebenza. angahlalo kwiSigungu sethu kuMasizethu. ngingakhuluma ngokul- kume. lapho ake ama khona umthwalo njengomphakathi wokubihona ababekhona ngaphambili kwaKuhle ukuba nabantu abasha e nezazi ezikhona zaqala zaqinisa amatomu ka.  Uma  sewu­ melela ngamalengiso ukuze uthathwe kal­ fundweni.  Ukufunda  akukheli.  Nginifisela ,hathele  Cllr Phumzile ukubamba izinto ezibalulekile ukuthi disile, abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane naele amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo lela ukuthi siyawonga amanzi. wasebenzisa kahle sizoba namanzi Yingakho kubalulekile ukuthi singmanzi. Asibike wonke amap se asemadamini ethu. payipini. wethu Khansela Mondli Mdletshe ukuba yokubhalisa  um­ kusebenza esiza nalo. Sabanxusa to eziningi kuzona. Savakashelwa uNgqongqoshe wefukula izindawo zethu. Yingakho uma kathi waseMzumbe noGu lonke. Leliqokuzobasiza ezimpilweni zabo. Nahubeka khona nomkhankaso wokuNgosuku lokuqala emva kokufunga pala. ungiswa kwemigwaqo sivele sineKwesikwenzile kungiqinise idolo maningi. Lez-kusizakale geni ngokuthuthukisa ethu kuyimanxa eza kinina wo ezihlala amanzi noma ezingumhomanzi yize noma sizibona izimvula. mi ngiseyikhansela elincane ngibuza lini ngoba basenamandla okwen emfundweni  esemazingeni  aphansi.  Kul­ phumelele  singu­ ula  ezikhungweni  zemfundo  ephakeme. okuhle kodwa ekuzilungiseleleni ukubhala ekela Nobhala umphakakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa ikhanbo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele inhlanhla Kanye noKhansela Bravo Zamisa. ka ukusetshenziswa budedengu baAmadamu esidonsa kuwoma amaningi. ayo ngesomiso kodwa siye ngokwazi zayo noma aqhumile masish thi baqhubeke nokusebenzisana Ezinye zazo zifaka phakathi imigzokuPhepha KwaZulu Natal sizodinsithola isicelo seKaizer Chiefs ukuvaembu lizofika nabadlali balo kwaManokuthi bafundiswe amathuba Akhobona bonke abalandeli babo. Umuzi nomuzi awuzakhele uhlelo Okunye okubalulekile ngemvula sahlanganafuthi nosomabhizinisi abanSaba nomhlangano kakhumishini egijima amawadi ethu ezayonjalo izo-sibeluleka l ngifunda kubona. Kungijabulise Kusukela  kwesokunxele, omuhle Cllr  Phumzile  Habile  (Ward  17),  Cllr  Bonga wonke Luthuli  (Ward  16)  Cllr  Marcia  ukuthi Mfecane iminyaka (Ward  10)  emihlanu into. Siyohlala nankulu kuleliz­ fundi  othathiwe dhi17 manje, Cllr kathi. Impela umkhandlu usezandleni sela. Ukuletha intuthuko emiphakawabantu abasha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela amawadi abasha baphinde bangena emfundo  esemazingeni  aphansi  kusuke Masipala  Ukuphumelela  kahle  kwenza  nokuthi  imi­ nasekubhaleni  kwenu.  Hlala  wazi  ukuthi Kuhle ukuba nabantu abasha ebuhonjalo. waqo, izindlu, amanzi, izindlu zangagida izindaba zokuphepha emphakakashela indawo yethu bese ixhumana sipala waseMzumbe ekuseni na Abantu emkhakheni wezemidlalo. Kuyoba uma sizobakhombikakhulu ukubona abantu abasha and kuzoqina Cllr  Oscar  Luthuli  (Ward  5). beseliqya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona base amanzi makhulu kakhulu. Azothatha Kuzokhumbuleka ukuthi uma izuukuthi le Lapho ndawo indawo ehlala aman-kuhle khanseleni ethi lokukhongozela nokonga amanzi emukuthi asiqikelele ukuthi siphephile cane. Lapho sasidweba khona isilu othi nakakhulu ukusebenulungisa imigwaqo. kushoda ba iminyaka esizosebenza kahle kak-ukuze kubalulekile ukuthi singmanzi. Asibike wonke amapayipi avumpumelelo  uma esikhungweni  se­ IMEYA KAMASIPALA  nguSekela Siheziphephile ngoba kusobala ukuthi ikthini akuyona neze into encane. Id- waseMzumbe sis­ umphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane kahle nomphaabane abekade besezikhundleni zok-zisana eni lokufunda okuningiokun nje lini ngoba basenamandla okwenza izkungeve  kwakhiwa  wena  njengomfundi uyithole  kalula. akukho okungakuvimba ukuthi uphumelele abefundaze  sesibona ukuthi kubalulekile sese, ukudaleka kwamathuba emisethini wethu. Umphakathi namaphoyinezikole ezithile sibe sesiyamukela hubekela Esibanini Community hall esigungwini Ithuba elizoba ingqayizivele kaksa uthando njengoba bezobe besiesiphezulu kuMasipala thombe nabo sezinto esizilindele kuphakathi kwethu namaKhosi. khona inkwali siyayithwala siyoyhulu. Siyafisa ukuthi lokubambisana isikhathi ukugcwaliswa ilezizimvula. lu lina amanzi aya emfuleni. Thina zi siyigweme singakhi kuyo. ukuchitheka kwamanzi vula esingawasebenzisela noma ukunjengoba imvula ibuye inethe ngamsha wamazi. soward kodwa siye ngokwazi zayo noma aqhumile masishane emauhola uMkhandlu wabantu abasha Ubuholi eMzumbe Municipality Njengoba kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. Leli i available ka 5Cllr  manusasa lalomkhandlu liyabonakal kuinga ubuchule namaqhinga ngasoeziningi ezahlukahlukene. kathi, azithobe, alalele kakhulu izidinard  16)  Marcia  Mfecane  (Ward  10) benzi into. Siyohlala njalo sibeluleka laphazemfundo  thi sibone Amakhosi aseMzumbe nokunye. sa bathola ithuba lokukhuluma ngezandla ezimhlophe. Loku kuzoklapho kuzofundiswa khona intsha hulu ukuhlangana bukhona nabadlali hambele ukuze baphinde babuye futhi kodwa kwakhiwa ikusasa leNingizumu Afri­ enalo  uhlelo  lok­ Kubalulekile  ukuthi  wazi  njalo  ukuthi ngaphandle  kwakho  uqobo. bona nezinto abathi bazilindele kithiSiphinde saba ingxenye yomhlangano igcwalisa kulunge imigwaqo. Amaesikubone kulezinsuku eziyi-100 sizUMZUMBE UBABA  Ukuna kwezimvula makungasivali njengohulumeni siwadonse emfuleni Futhi silekelele abantu abafuna iz-kulamaingo.ekumele Isimobalisebenzise sethu samanzi washa nokunye. andla. Siqikelele nokuthi izindawo esMasibambisaneni ukuqinisekisa wethu Khansela Mondli Mdletshe bengena beba amakhansela. U-Cllr bakuqale kudala bakhula nako ukuUDr Miles go Munroe wathi siyiqoqo lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kahle. Mfecane okade bona njengoba labonakala nakithina. sonke isikhathi. Lezo akuzona izinto nathi safunda kwababengaphambili zemiphakathi. Emiphakathini kuya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubwo indawo ehlala amankhanseleni ethi ukuze sigweme ba abantu esibaholayo bahlala ezOkubalulekile kuloko ukuthi njengbeqhamuka nekhambi lokulwisana wenzeka ngaphambi komdlalo wabo ephuma ezikoleni iBonguZwane bebhola balo leliqembu bazibuzele nezinye ezinhle ka  ngawe.  Uwena  mfundi  ozoqhubekela ukhokhela  imali na. Uma singaqinisi amaxhama wokusungulwa kohlaka olubhekelele thuba emisebenzi ayavele yize noma okubona kuze ngakuphele iminyakalelithuba emawuzenzeli  wena wathi kulula ka­ ephakeme.  Loko Bonga Luthuli okade enguNobhala we hola okuzokwenza ukuthi kube lulaHigh lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela amasha ukuthi izinto name Angithathe ngiwah amahlo sidungeke imiqondo sizitsiwahlanze bese siwafaka emathanindawo zokwakha ukuthi kunezindasihle. ezizosithuthukAsigweme ukuchithe Kubalulekile ukuthi sikuqonde akhe kuzona akuzona izindawo lapho ukuthi amanzi ethu siwathatha njengin-store a oka ward 10 Ukuphatha kwethu umkhandlu kuveozozifunda ungafundiswanga. Iyona kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala nabancane ekumele babahKanye noKhansela Bravo Zamisa. UCLLR SIZWE NGCOBO. eni lokufunda okuningi njengoba eni zamaKhosi. Okunye ukuthi be- omasipala simatasa ukuletha intuthunobugebengu. Ngeke sikwazi ukuhlaozoba ngomgqibelo eMoses Mabhida School, Sinokubonga School, Bongubukhoma imibizo abanoyo kubona. isa njengomphakathi Youth Councilward 16, Cllrloko Phumzile ukubamba izinto ezibalulekile ukuthi disile,kungeke abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane elewaseMzumbe. amakhansela ngokukhula k ezokuxhumana nosomabhizinisi ukuhlunyeleliswa kwezimilo. Ziningi kuqasheke wonke umuntu ihlanu ezayo. naphambili  lapho  thina  sesikhathele  ukuba yokubhalisa  um­ ekuthi  singakhi kuyo. ukuchitheka kwamanzi okungenasidkodwa  wenzele Abantu abasha baphinde bangena shele ukuthi amanzi asemaningi. Lezgeni ethu kuyimanxa eza kinina wo ezihlala amanzi noma ezingumhomanzi yize noma sizibona i ukuthi ukunetha kwemvula akusho kuma noma kudlula khona amanzi. egolide siyawonga. Masizethwese uzimisele. kwenzeka  kalula za ngokusobala ukuthi saqeqesheka lento uDr Munroe akhuluma ngazo phambili kwenu. loniphe ngasosonke isikhathi. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholiyethu. besebancane. Leli ithuba Habile okade engu Sekela Nobhala kusizakale ngokuthuthukisa umphakakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa ikhan- bo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele inhl meleisizwe  sizethule ngokusemthethweko emiphakathini Lezizinto abla emphakathini ohlushwa izigebenesigungwini esiphezulu kuMasipala Kuhle ukuba nabantu abasha ebuhooMeya, oMongameli, oNdunankulu kuleliz­ fundi  othathiwe sonke  sas­ kelele abantu abafuna izingo. Isimo sethu samanzi asikakabi ukuthi isimo samanzi sezingcono. IsiZulu sithi lapho ake ama khona umthwalo njengomphakathi wokubiYouth Council uka ward 17 manje, Cllr kathi. Impela umkhandlu usezandleni sela. Ukuletha intuthuko emiphakawabantu abasha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela am Abantu abasha baphinde lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise kahle. wethu Khansela Mondli Mdletshe wenzele  ukuthi uma  uphumelele uMakhosi wonkeAfri­ okufaka nalawo aziphakamisile zivele zisezinhlelweni gu odinga wonke umuntu ukuthise­ asubasenamandla okwenza ISIKHATHI  sokubhala  ukuhlola  kokuphela we.  Loko  uyokwenza  ngempumelelo  umaeziphephile eNingizimu  Oscar Luthuli okade enguSekela Sihngoba kusobala ukuthi ik-Zamisa. thini lini akuyona neze into encane. Id- umphakathi ewadini.izKunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane kahle ku nom Kanye noKhansela Bravo Kodwa sisho ukuthi uma amanzi siphinde ame. ka esikhungweni  ukusetshenziswa budedengu ba-ngoba khansela amasha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalisUYIQINISO ukuthi indlela ibuzesigungwini esiphezulu wakha ukuthi kunezindasihle. Asigweme ukuchitheka kwaahlalo kwiSigungu sethu kuMasizethu. Uma ngingakhuluma ngokulkume. kumele uqinise­ kahle  u matikulet­ lalo weYouth Council uka ward 5 manusasa lalomkhandlu liyabonakal ku- ebuhoinga ubuchule namaqhinga ngaso- eziningi ezahlukahlukene. Njengoba kathi, azithobe, alalele kakhulu i konyaka  sesisondele.  Unyaka  uqale  ez­ uhloniphile  wazimisela. zemfundo  Kuhle ukuba nabantu abasha lane nawo umphakathi. ka.  Uma  sewu­ funda kwadabakhulu nabancane naele amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo Cllr  Phumzile  Habile  (Ward  17),  Cllr  Bonga  Luthuli  (Ward  16)  Cllr  Marcia  Mfecane  (Ward  10)  into. Siyohlala njalo sibeluleka laphawasebenzisa kahle sizoba namanzi Yingakho kubalulekile ukuthi singmanzi. Asibike wonke amapayipi avuwaezingumhokwabaphambili. Nami wethugoacela Khansela Mondli . ungiswa kwemigwaqo sivele sineKwesikwenzile kungiqinise idolonakithina. je sizibona Kanye no Cllr Marcia Mfecane okade bona njengoba labonakala sonke akuzona izinto AMAPHOYISA nathi safunda kwababengaphambili zemiphakathi. Emiphakathi ase-Port Shepstone usizo lommanzi manzi yize noma izimvula. lini ngoba basenamandla okwenza iz- isikhathi. Lezo Amaphoyisa  acela  PRECIOUS  GUMEDE wakho  unoma ma unjalo. q­ sheni.  Iminyaka inyangeni  eziyishumi  ezedlule.  Kusona Akekho umuntu owake wathi kulula ka­ ephakeme.  Loko singu­ bo abenze Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele inhlanhla melene nathi yathi kuzokwenzeka Zibuye  nemiklomelo  amaningi. ayo wonke ngesomiso kodwa siyeukuthi ngokwazi zayo noma aqhumile masishane emalokwengezelela oka ward 10 10)  Ukuphatha kwethu umkhandlu kuve-izaguga  ozozifunda ungafundiswanga. Iyona phakathi kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala nabancane nginguMeya namhlanje kukKanye noKhansela Bravob abaphumelele  nomhlangano omuhle kakhumishini egijima amawadi ethu iminyaka emihlanu ezayo izo-sibeluleka Ward  5). ya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubKusukela  kwesokunxele,  Cllr  Phumzile  Habile  (Ward  17),  Cllr  Bonga  Luthuli eyilunga (Ward  16)  Cllr  Marcia  Mfecane  (Ward  into. Siyohlala njalo laphaekufuneni odukile uZamokuhle Mpisi ekumele >>precious.gumede@media24.com wabantu abasha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela amawadi sonke  lesisikhathi  uqeqeshwa  ufun­ matric  kodwa  kudingeka  ukuthi  uzimisele. kwenzeka  kalula Abantu abasha baphinde bangena manje. za ngokusobala ukuthi saqeqesheka lento uDr Munroe akhuluma ngazo phambili kwenu. loniphe ngasosonke isikhathi. Masipala  matikuletsheni emibili edlule leh­ nd kuzoqina Cllr  Oscar  Luthuli  (Ward  5).kade  ya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubKuzokhumbuleka ukuthi uma izuukuthi le Lapho ndawo indawo ehlala amankhanseleni ethi ukuze sigweme hi nakakhulu ukusebenulungisa imigwaqo. kushoda ba iminyaka esizosebenza kahle kakhona ababekhona ngaphambili kwaKuhle ukuba nabantu abash (34) wase Mkholombe. antu besizwe sayo. Ngalokho iteni lokufunda njengoba ukufuniswa  odukileokuningi umphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane kahle nomphaeni lokufunda okuningiokungenasidnjengoba diswa  wenziwa  umuntu  ozolungela  ukub­ Akusizi  ukuthi  ubhale  wenzele  ukuthiukuthi uma  uphumelele waseMzumbe sis­ esigungwini esiphezulu kuMasipala nasokuthi phakathi kwethu namaKhosi. khona inkwali siyayithwala siyoyhulu. Siyafisa lokubambisana ABASESHI baphenya icala lokweba ePort Shep- UMpisi ma ukugwazela umsebenzi noma ukuthenga imlu lina amanzi aya emfuleni. Thina zi siyigweme singakhi kuyo. ukuchitheka kwamanzi wagcina ukubonakala mhlaka 17 kuMmi ngiseyikhansela elincane ngibuza lini ngoba basenamandla okw IZINTOMBI zasoGwini bezigcwele amabhasi PRECIOUS  GUMEDE o izoxhumana nabanikaUbuholi eMzumbe kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. Leli ithuba bengabaholi besebancane. Leli ithuba available eziningi ezahlukahlukene. Njengoba kathi, azithobe, alalele kakhulu izidinMunicipality kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhuhekana ngqo nokuhlolwa kokuphela kony­ uphume ephepheni kodwa kumele uqinise­ kahle  umatikulet­ enalo  uhlelo  lok­Municipality hinde saba ingxenye yomhlangano igcwalisa kulunge imigwaqo. Amaesikubone eziyi-100 sizstone emva kokuthi owesilisa eb-Mfecane  pahla,” kushongezikhathi uMfeka. into. KUVALELISWE abafundi bebanga fumfu (October) zasekuseni ngehora PRECIOUS  GUMEDE si nayo ivumelane nawo umphakathi. njengohulumeni siwadonse emfuleni Futhi silekelele abantu abafuna iz-kulezinsuku ingo. Isimo sethu samanzi asikakabi futhi ngifunda kubona. Kungijabulise Kusukela  kwesokunxele,  Cllr  Phumzile  Habile  (Ward  17),  Cllr  Bonga  Luthuli  (Ward ethumele 16)  Cllr imali Marcia  (Ward  10)  Siyohlala njalo sibelulek wethu Khansela Mondli Mdletshe akuqale kudala bakhula nako uku-zibhekise UDr Miles Munroe wathi siyiqoqo lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise kahle. amabombo eNyokeni eMkhosini >>precious.gumede@media24.com nathi safunda kwababengaphambili go zemiphakathi. Emiphakathini kuiusungulwa kanye nabomnyango ibatshele PRECIOUS  GUMEDE aka njengomfundi kamatikuletsheni. Uma kise  uayavele kuthi  umatikuletsheni  wakho  unathi ma  uq­ sheni.  Iminyaka la nako ukuUDr Miles Munroe wathi siyiqoqo lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise kahle. ukhokhela  imali kohlaka olubhekelele thuba emisebenzi yize noma okubona kuze kuphele iminyaka emhange ngoLwesine olwedlule ethenga imoto ayiUxwayise umphakathi ungabonilesikhombisa (Grade 7) esikoleni lesiyashagalombili. hola okuzokwenza ukuthi kube lulawoMhlanga, lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela amasha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalis- kwa>>precious.gumede@media24.com “Inkosi ivumelene yathi kuzokwenzeka Zibuye  nemiklomelo  izaguga  siwahlanze bese siwafaka emathanindawo zokwakha ukuthi kunezindasihle. Asigweme ukuchitheka okuwumcimbi owenzeka kanye kakhulu ukubona abantu abasha and  Cllr  Oscar  Luthuli  (Ward  5). ya ngokuthi nalaphaya. Kodwa bona b in-store kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala nabancane ekumele babahKanye noKhansela Bravo Zamisa. >>precious.gumede@media24.com kubamba izinto ezibalulekile ukuthi disile, abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane naeleNgalokho amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo Lomlisa hlunyeleliswa kwezimilo. Ziningi kungeke kuqasheke wonke umuntu ihlanu ezayo. bone kwi-internet. uthi wabona imoto kezela ngezinombolo zomaziii (ID numbers) noubheka uthola ukuthi ufundiswe izinyanga hathaniswa nabanye ube umatikuletsheni emibili edlule leh­ akathi awuhambisani nalokhu,” i-Coniston Primary School esisendaOkhulumela amaphoyisa uColonel Wiid uthe yokubhalisa  um­ thi kube lula lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela amasha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalisokufunwa abantu besizwe sayo. itngonyaka. Ogwini kuphume amabhasi esuka IZIZALUKAZI namakhehla basoGwini babuye geni ethu kuyimanxa eza kinina wo ezihlala amanzi noma ezingumhomanzi yize noma sizibona izimvula. abane abekade besezikhundleni zokeni lokufunda okuningi n phambili kwenu. loniphe ngasosonke isikhathi. usizakaleweni ngokuthuthukisa kakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa ikhan- bo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele inhlanhla Tazz walungisa imali emvaomakhelwane Kuhle ukuba nabantu abasha ebuhoihlobo lweToyota ma iyiphi eminye ebalulekile. yakwaXoloumphabanikezelwa nezithibathe imininingwano wayegqoke ibhulukwe likafundi  othathiwe n ezigodini zamakhosi KwaNzimakwe, eGanezindondo  ezine  zegolide  emidlaweni  ya­ IZINTOMBI zasoGwini bezigcwele amabhasi PRECIOUS  GUMEDE UMPHAKATHI waseMaygog kwaMadlala usihathe isinqumo sokuthi izoxhumana nabanikambo. uhola uMkhandlu wabantu abasha Ubuholi eMzumbe Municipality kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. L athi. Impela umkhandlu usezandleni sela. Ukuletha intuthuko emiphakawabantu abasha akufani nokuhola Abantu njengoba engama baphinde khanselanaamawadi ulekile ukuthi disile, abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane ele amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo abasha bangena kokukuthi ukuthi uma efaka imali imo-dangara “Akufanelekile ukubakanye umuntu anikezele kubfikethi nezindondo. eli mpunga (grey) nejezi nomfaniszibhekise amabombo eNyokeni eMkhosini Oshabeni nezinye izindawo zombantu  abadala  amaGolden  Games  abe­kahle etshelwe ngoba basenamandla okwenza izesikhungweni  se­ ziphephile ngoba kusobala ukuthi ik-malakhe, thini lini akuyona neze semayini into encane. Id-zi umphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane nompha-siyiqoqo khahlela ngezinyawo zombili isicelo benkampani kanye nabomnyango ibatshele bengena beba amakhansela. U-Cllr bakuqale kudala bakhula nako ukuUDr Miles Munroe wathi lu.>>precious.gumede@media24.com Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise esigungwini esiphezulu kuMasipala wathi umphakathi ubudinwe ugaukisa umphakakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa bo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu Ngiwafisele inhlanhla each okuwumcimbi owenzeka kanye toalalele izolethwa kuye.ebuholini. Okhulumela amaphoyisa antu angabazi ngemininingwane yakhengokuebalu- kahle Akuphelanga lapho njengoba ku- namaqhinga wano wosiyasebenza ompunga. Bamchaze ns sasa lalomkhandlu liyabonakal ku-khandlu. inga ubuchule ngaso-ikhaneziningi ezahlukahlukene. Njengoba kathi,woMhlanga, azithobe, kakhulu izidinbanjwe eThekwini ngoLwesithathu mhlaka 7 zemfundo  endaweni yawo. ukuthi umphakathi awuhambisani nalokhu,” a  Mfecane  (Ward  10) adlule into. Siyohlala njalo sibeluleka laphaBonga Luthuli okade enguNobhala we holaibibanjwe okuzokwenza ukuthi kube lulawethu lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela amasha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiw ngonyaka. Ogwini kuphume amabhasi esuka IZIZALUKAZI namakhehla basoGwini babuye Khansela Mondli Mdletshe njengoba labonakala nakithina. sonkeyabo isikhathi. Lezo akuzona izinto AMAPHOYISA nathi safunda kwababengaphambili goacela zemiphakathi. Emiphakathini kuase-Port Shepstone usizouKapteni lomGerald Mfeka lokhu okumehlele lomliku-internet, emafonini noma iseposini,” engoba emasontweni abephinde kwaba ne-graduation dathi lekile unesibazi esiphongweni. Lendumezulu yomcimbi ngemkuyona  lenyanga  kaMandulo  (September). uona usezandleni sela. Ukuletha intuthuko emiphakawabantu abasha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela amawadi Amaphoyisa  acela  ephakeme.  Loko 2 kg Chicken ezigodini zamakhosi KwaNzimakwe, eGanezindondo  ezine  zegolide  emidlaweni  ya­ Emasontweni adlule kwaba nombiko othi kusho lomthombo. nemiklomelo  izaguga  Ukuphatha kwethu umkhandlu kuveozozifunda ungafundiswanga. Iyona kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala nabancane ekumele babahYouth Councilward 16, Cllr Phumzile ukubamba izinto ezibalulekile ukuthi disile, abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane naele amakhansela ngokukhul Kanye noKhansela Bravo Zamisa. ya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubphakathi ekufuneni odukile uZamokuhle Mpisi sa kuyisixwayiso kwabanye abathanda ukukusho umfeka do abafunda uGrade R abaphasele Abanolwazi ngalo bangaxhumana nomseshi pelasonto kusukela lapho iz- kwenu. Lezi  zaguga  iminyaka  yazo  eqala  kuma­ kamphani bafika mathupha emmalakhe, Oshabeni nezinye izindawo zom- asebenzisane bantu  abadala  amaGolden  Games  abe­ bala ukuthi ikthini akuyona nezengoLwesihlanu into encane. Idumphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi kahle nomphakwenzeka  kalula a ngokusobala ukuthi saqeqesheka lento uDr Munroe akhuluma ngazo ngokuthuthukisa phambili loniphe ngasosonke isikhathi. kunenkampani efuna ukuvula imayini ye-LithiUqhubeke wathi umphakathi ubudinwe ugaHabile okade engu Sekela Nobhala kusizakale umphakakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa ikhanbo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele i each Kuhle ukuba nabantu abasha ebuho(34) wase Mkholombe. thenga kuma-website. Uphinde wathi abantu ababobhekisisa neMixed Portions ukuqala ufesitiya (Grade 1) ngonyaka wamacala abadukile uRams Ramphul ku 079 500 intombi zitheleke ngobuningi bazo. shumi ayisithupha (60) kuya phezulu zingen­ khandlu. banjwe eThekwini ngoLwesithathu mhlaka 7 eni lokufunda okuningi njengoba ukufuniswa  odukile phandle kokuthola imvume enkouma Youth uphumelele um kulendawo. ne unwabu njengoba emasontweni adlule abeabonakal kuinga ubuchule namaqhinga ngasoeziningi ezahlukahlukene. Njengoba kathi, azithobe, alalele kakhulu izidinLendumezulu yomcimbi ibibanjwe ngemkuyona  lenyanga  kaMandulo  (September). Council uka ward 17 manje, Cllr kathi. Impela umkhandlu usezandleni sela. Ukuletha intuthuko emiphakawabantu abasha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela a UMpisi wagcina ukubonakala mhlaka 17 kuM“Sithanda ukuxwayisa umphakathi ukuba zincwadi nama -email athi umuntu uwine iziozayo. 1251. lini ngoba basenamandla okwenza izIzintombi zasoGwini zithole amazwi kanele  i midlalo  e yahlukahlukene  k anye  n emijaho UMEDE aakwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. Leliinkamphani ithuba kahle  umatikulet­ pelasonto kusukela ngoLwesihlanu lapho izLezi  zaguga  iminyaka  yazo  eqala  kuma­ UMnyango weziMbiwa uthintwa ngalamahlungu bayo bafika mathupha emumphakathi ukuthi bangene fumfu (October) ngezikhathi zasekuseni ngehora ugweme izimoencane. ezifana nalezi lapho kudingeka zemali okumele akhokhe ukuze azith- kahle mphakathi. Abafundi abaphume phambili ku-zumbulu Luthunyelwe. Oscar Luthuli okade enguSekela Siheziphephile ngoba kusobala ukuthi ik-ahlukene  thini akuyona neze into Idumphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane dlelanhle kuKhansela Mosley Lubanyana obengamabanga  okubalwa  u200m, ala nakithina. sonke isikhathi. Lezo akuzona izinto nathi safunda kwababengaphambili go zemiphakathi. Emiphakathini kuHabile  (Ward  17),  Cllr  Bonga  Luthuli  (Ward  16)  Cllr  Marcia  Mfecane  (Ward  10)  into. Siyohlala njalo sibeluleka laphade@media24.com intombi zitheleke ngobuningi bazo. shumi ayisithupha (60) kuya phezulu zingen­ PRECIOUS  GUMEDE sheni.  Iminyaka oathi engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise kahle. lesiyashagalombili. ukuthi kufakwe izimali emabhange, ngabe no- ole.kanye nemijaho lebezi emayini waqinisekisa ukuthi ikhona ink-lalomkhandlu apulazini ngaphandle kokuthola imvume enkoehlangene emahhovisi kamasipala 400m  kanye  no800m. be uLee Dlamini okunguyena othole kuzokwenzeka Zibuye  nemiklomelo  izaguga  lalo weYouth Council uka ward 5nazo manusasa liyabonakal kuinga ubuchule namaqhinga ngasoeziningi Njengoba kathi, azithobe, alalele kakhu ya nalaphaya. Kodwa bona basethubba. Izintombi zasoGwini zithole amazwi kanele imidlalo ezahlukahlukene. eyahlukahlukene  handlu kuveozozifunda ungafundiswanga. Iyona kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala nabancane ekumele babah>>precious.gumede@media24.com emibili edlule leh­ Okhulumela amaphoyisa uColonel Wiid uthe iRay Nkonyeni ngaphambi kokuthi zithathe Okhulumela  izaguga  esifundeni  uNkk. i-Dux kanye noNothando Makhanya ampani efake isicelo sokumba kulendawo. sini nakuwona umphakathi ukuthi bangene per kg DESAIEmiphaka asha ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalisdlelanhle kuKhansela Mosley Lubanyana obengamabanga  ahlukene  okubalwa  u200m, DR MOOSA sayo. Ngalokho itmakhehla basoGwini babuye je Kanye no Cllr Marcia Mfecane okade bona njengoba labonakala nakithina. sonke isikhathi. Lezo akuzona izinto nathi safunda kwababengaphambili go zemiphakathi. eni lokufunda okuningi njengoba nisi womphakathi uMusa Mselesaqeqesheka lento uDr Munroe akhuluma ngazo phambili kwenu. loniphe ngasosonke isikhathi. uhambo lwazo. Daphney Memela ongusihlalo uthe baphume PHOTO:  PRECIOUS  GUMEDE ehlangene nazo emahhovisi kamasipala 400m  kanye  no800m. omakhelwane bathe kuvewayegqoke ibhulukwe likanaye othole izitifiketi ezimbili zoku- 10 MBBS (KAR), DIP MIDnabancane COG (SA) Ox Kidney Okhulumela uMnyango uAyanda Shezi wathi bahlole umhlaba. e  zegolide  emidlaweni  ya­ IZINTOMBI zasoGwini bezigcwele amabhasi PRECIOUS  GUMEDE humana nabanikaeyilunga lokwengezelela oka ward Ukuphatha kwethu umkhandlu ozozifunda ungafundiswanga. Iyona kwethu nani fundani kulabo abanganabadala ekumel kahle sisengamakhansela amancane. ukuthi sifunda kwabancane nabakhubengabaholi besebancane. Leli ithuba bakhulu nabancane naele amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo iRay Nkonyeni ngaphambi kokuthi zithathe Okhulumela  izaguga  esifundeni  uNkk. HIV/AIDS (STELLENBOSCH) azi kwakhe akukabi bikho nqubper kg Konke Kuhambe kahle emcimbini isithathu  e sifundazweni  s iphelele.  U the  l okhu Izalukazi  namakhehla  bejabulile  nezindondo  abazith­ dangara eli mpunga (grey) kanye nejezi nomfanisphuma phambili ezifundweni zakhe zibhekise amabombo eNyokeni eMkhosini >>precious.gumede@media24.com amaGolden  Games  abe­ iNkampani iSalene Technologies yayinikwa imUmxhumanisi womphakathi uMusa Mselemnyango ibatshele manje. za ngokusobala ukuthi saqeqesheka lento uDr Munroe akhuluma ngazo phambili kwenu. loniphe ngasosonke isikhath UDr Miles Munroe wathi siyiqoqo lu. Kuyilokho engikushoyo kulamaekumele balisebenzise kahle. uhambo lwazo. Daphney Memela ongusihlalo uthe baphume PHOTO:  PRECIOUS  G alo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. Ngiwafisele inhlanhla woMhlanga, okuwumcimbi owenzeka kanye mbiko omumbi kwangabakhona izintombi kubajabulise  kakhulu  Bamchaze ogogo  nomkhulu.  ole  kumaGolden  Games  eThekwini. wano wosiyasebenza ompunga. ngokuiSingisi kanye ne-EMS. ii ngoLwesithathu mhlaka 7 ngaloludaba. vume yokuthi ihlole amapulazi anezindawo ez-amasha ku uthe ngokwazi kwakhe akukabi bikhoKonke nqubKuhambe kahle emcimbini isithathu esifundazweni siphelele. Uthe lokhu Izalukazi  namakhehla  bejabulile  nezindondo  aba mbisani nalokhu,” lezinto esizifundile kulabo abasifunkhansela ukuthi name ngaAngithathe lelithuba ngiwahalalisngonyaka. Ogwini kuphume amabhasi esuka IZIZALUKAZI namakhehla basoGwini babuye zasoGwini zabuyela emakhaya ziphelele. thi unesibazi esiphongweni. Othisha nabazali nabo bebejabule kaMandulo  (September). asha akufani nokuhola njengoba engama khansela amawadi kwangabakhona mbiko omumbi izintombi kubajabulise  kakhulu  ogogo  nomkhulu.  ole  kumaGolden  Games  eThekwini. ine-Lithium. ekela phambili ngaloludaba. ezigodini zamakhosi KwaNzimakwe, eGanezindondo  ezine  zegolide  emidlaweni  ya­ wa ngohlangano wangeSonto uthe • Circumcisions disile, abakhulu nabancane. Muningi funda kwadabakhulu nabancane na-bangaxhumana ele amakhansela ngokukhula kwawo Abanolwazi ngalo nomseshi zasoGwini zabuyela emakhaya ziphelele. kakhulu ukubona umsebenzi omuhle minyaka  yazo  eqala  kuma­ malakhe, Oshabeni nezinye izindawo zom- asebenzisane bantu  abadala  amaGolden  Games  abe­ ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi kahle nomphaEmva kwalokhu umphakathi nobukhosi Uma ebuzwa ngohlangano wangeSonto uthe athi ubudinwe ugakakhulu umsebenzi owenziwa ikhanbo abenze njalo. Ukuhola umkhandlu ebuholini. 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IZITHOMBE:    FACEBOOK mathupha em>>precious.gumede@media24.com SATURDAYS O7h30 -lapho 15h00 (KAR), DIPTurkey MID COG -(SA) Luthunyelwe. Bejabula  kanye  nomfundi  ophume  thini akuyona neze into- per encane. Idumphakathi ewadini. Kunezinselelo ukuthi asebenzisane nomphahlukene  okubalwa  u200m, kg aikakwababengaphambili go zemiphakathi. 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NOTICE 024 of 2017 TENDER NO: 8/2/1732 ACQUISITION OF FLEET ON FULL MAINTENANCE LEASE Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby invites bids for the supply and delivery of fleet on full maintenance lease as specified in the tender document. Bid documents may be obtained from the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality offices at 1 Protea Road, Marburg, from 08h00 on Friday 17 February 2017, on payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R337.00 including VAT for each document. Bid documents will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a cashier and payment can be made at any of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality cashier offices NB: Cashier offices are ONLY at the Old Post Office Building, Opposite Shoprite Checkers, Port Shepstone (i.e Wooley and Robison Street) Bid documents will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a Cashier. Bid documents are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the document and must be sealed and endorsed clearly with the relevant Bid number and description and must be deposited in the tender box in the foyer of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, not later than 12:00 on Friday 31 March 2017, at which time all Bids received will be opened in public. Fully completed bid documents and two (2) copies must be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked: 8/2/1732: Acquisition of Fleet on Full Maintenance Lease NB: FAILURE TO SUBMIT TWO (2) COPIES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION A compulsory clarification meeting will be held on Thursday 09 March 2017, at 10h00 in the board room of the Human Settlements and Infrastructure buildings in Marburg, 1 Protea Road. Ray Nkonyeni Municipality subscribes to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEEA), Act 53 of 2003, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000). The 90/10 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this tender proposal. The quality will comprise scores for the following based on criteria indicated in the respective tender returnables: i. ii. iii. iv. v.

A maximum of 10 points will be awarded for a Company with 5 years or more relevant experience. A maximum of 10 points will be awarded to the Company who provides a detailed Project Experience with at least 3 certified copies of letters of appointments. A maximum of 10 points will be awarded to the Company who provides Capacity and Capability within the boundaries of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality. A maximum of 5 points will be awarded to the Company who has a bank Rating = A (Proof of Bank rating to be submitted) All tender offers that score the minimum of 60% of points for quality stated in the tender data shall be eligible for further evaluation.

NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS: •

The Supply Chain Management Policy of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality will apply. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to bid;

Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation;

Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are not allowed to bid or quote;

All interested bidders must ensure that vehicles are to be serviced and repaired within the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality jurisdiction. Failure to furnish us with the details of the services centres to be utilized will lead to the Tender not being evaluated

Unsuccessful bidders will be informed of the tender outcome through the Municipal website and local newspaper/s. Aggrieved unsuccessful bidders will be allowed to lodge, within fourteen (14) days of the decision or action, a written objection or complaint to the Office of the Municipal Manager through email, mm@rnm.gov.za or fax number 0865297195. Complaints or objections received after fourteen (14) days of the date of the notice will not be entertained; and

Bids submitted are to hold goods for a period of 120 days.

All tender enquiries can be directed to Ms N Dlomo at Fleet Management on 039 684 3058 during office hours. SM Mbili Municipal Manager P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

ADVERTISING DEADLINE:  Tuesday  10am PAYMENT  DEADLINE: Tuesday  16h00 Classifieds  Advertising  is  done  on  a  strictly  pre­payment  basis

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MUNICIPAL NOTICE NO: 026 of 2017 Bid № 8/2/1733 CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE LEASE AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE FORMER MARGATE AMUSEMENT PARK

12 Bazley Street Bazley Mews (opp P/Shepstone Hospital) Port Shepstone, 4240 Contact: 083 289 5603/4

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The Ray Nkonyeni Municipality hereby call for proposals from service providers with knowledge and experience in family entertainment, food and beverage outlet for the lease and development of the former Margate Amusement Park situated on Erf 3378 Margate. Bid documents may be obtained after 08:00 on 17 February 2017 from the offices of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality,10 Connor Street at Port Shepstone upon payment of a non-refundable amount of Three hundred and Thirty-seven Rand (R337.00 inclusive VAT) per set. NB: Cashier Offices are ONLY at the Old Post Office Building, Opposite Shoprite Checkers, Port Shepstone (i.e. Cnr of Wooley and Robinson Street) bid documents will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a Cashier. Fully completed bid documents and two (2) copies must be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked: “8/2/1733: Call for proposals for the former Margate Amusement Park”, must be deposited in the Bid Box which can be found in the foyer of the Ray Nkonyeni Municipality, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, 4240 not later than 12:00 on Tuesday, 4 April 2017 Proposals are to be completed in accordance with the conditions attached to the bid documents. NB: FAILURE TO SUBMIT TWO (2) COPIES WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION A Compulsory briefing meeting will take place at the Executive Boardroom, 10 Connor Street Port Shepstone on Thursday, 16 March 2017 at 10:00. All enquiries are to be directed to Sbu Phili or Ronitha Davenarain on telephone No. 039 688 2081/2 It should be noted that this Bid will be evaluated on functionality, then price and B-BBEE and that the following will be used as the evaluation criteria: 2ND ENVELOPE

FUNCTIONALITY: Quality and Criteria

Points

Expertise, Experience, Work Plan and Methodology

40

Capacity to operate and maintain the Business

15

Capacity, Capability, Logistical and Support resources

45

TOTAL

100

It must be noted that service providers who score below 70 out of 100 points will not be further evaluated. Ray Nkonyeni Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000, (Act No. 5 of 2000). The 90/10 preference point system shall be applicable for the evaluation and adjudication of proposals. NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS: • The Supply Chain Management Policy of Ray Nkonyeni Municipality will apply. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to bid; • Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation; • Company profile together with previous experience of 3 years or more must be furnished with the bid. Failure to submit a company profile and relevant proof of experience in respect of the said bid will result in the bid not being further evaluated; • Council reserves the right to inspect the business premises to ensure that they meet with all relevant requirements of the company; • Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are not allowed to bid or quote; • This will be a two-envelope system where the Bidders are expected to go through two stages, the first stage being Compliance where the Bidders comply with all the requirements of tender. The successful Bidders will be evaluated further into the next stage relating to Functionality where the Bidders are expected to do a Presentation before the Bid Evaluation Committee(the 2nd Envelope relating to Functionality will be opened on the day of presentation) • Unsuccessful bidders will be informed of the tender outcome through the Municipal website and local newspaper/s. Aggrieved unsuccessful bidders will be allowed to lodge, within fourteen (14) days of the decision or action, a written objection or complaint to the Office of the Municipal Manager through email, mm@hcm.gov.za or fax number 0865297195. Complaints or objections received after fourteen (14) days of the date of the notice will not be entertained; and • Bids submitted are to be valid for a period of 120 days. • NO LATE COMING will be entertained SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

NOTICE NO: 018/2017 RE-ADVERTISEMENT: MOBILE FOOD TRADING SITES (MOBILE TRAILER) APPLICATIONS Notice is hereby given that, people who are interested in operating mobile food trailers are now eligible to apply. Trading spaces will be made available for a period of 1 (one) year, and thereafter, occupants will be required to follow the renewal process. Prospective applicants are further advised to obtain an application form, and further attach the required documents (if in order) before submitting an application. Placement and allocation of sites will be at the discretion of the municipality. Preference will be given to 100% Black Owned businesses. All those who have previously obtained provisional permits are required to re-apply.

AVAILABLE SITES: NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22

AREA Dick King parking area opposite Post Office Port Shepstone Beach site OK Bazaars Road Verge Wooley Street Lot 1453 Coca Cola Berg Road Lot 1475 Auto Repair Quality Street Lot 340 Qual Chem Industrial road Lot 14 Marburg Dazzle Clothing Berg/Lind Road Lot 1497 Department of Manpower Offices main Harding road Lot 41 Jail Court House South Port Beach Site Sunwich Port Beach Site Umtentweni Beach Site Oslo Beach north road parking area Merlewood DSB Offices Port Shepstone Colley street entrance Port Shepstone South Wharf Rem 156 Umtentweni Sandpit Marburg Municipal Yard Lot 381 First National Bank main Harding road Marburg Myna Place Taxi Rank Bus Rank

SITES 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

On allocation, the successful applicant will be required to obtain the following documents within a period of 3 (three) months. Failure to obtain the necessary documents after 3 (three) months will lead to us withdrawing the allocation of the site:     

Certified copy of Identity Document / Passport Certificate of Acceptability (COA); Fire Safety Approval Certificate; Proof of residency, such as water & lights account, or Letters from respective Ward Councillors; and Roadworthy Certificate for the trailer

A Business License Fee of R337.00 will become payable upon issuing of the license. Applications must be forwarded to: Manager: Local Economic Development - Mr. Philani Khambule, Old Post Office Building, Port Shepstone, First Floor (Opposite Shoprite), on or before the 3rd of March 2017. For enquiries please contact Ms. Sbusisiwe Dlamini on 039 688 2276 / 083 477 9899 or e-mail Philani. Khambule@rnm.gov.za SM Mbili Municipal Manager P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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Contract No.: UGU-06-1423-2017 Requests for proposals are hereby invited from relevant service providers to provide short term insurance services to Ugu District Municipality for a period of Thirty-Six (36) months. Bid documents are obtainable from the Ugu District Municipality office in Port Shepstone at No. 28 Connor Street as from Tuesday, 21 February 2017, at a non-refundable payment of R150.00 (No cheques will be accepted). Bids completed in accordance with the conditions indicated in documents, must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant contract number and be deposited in the official tender box at the foyer of Ugu District Municipality at 96 Marine Drive, Oslo Beach, Phase 2, not later than 12h00 on Friday, 10 March 2017, at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically, courier or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 90 days A compulsory briefing will be held at the Ugu District Municipality Offices on 96 Marine Drive, Phase 2, Boardroom 2, Oslo Beach on Thursday, 23 February 2017 at 10h00, bidders who fail to attend this compulsory meeting will not be considered for further evaluation.

Shop 16, Permanent Building, Nicolson Ave, Uvongo Tel: 039 315 6638 • Ash: 083 272 6618 Email: musicshop@margate.co.za

All bid enquiries are to be directed to the Manager: Asset Management, Zandile Maphumulo during office hours on (039) 688 5808 or emailed to zandile.maphumulo@ugu.gov.za

INSTALLATION RENOVATION

All Bidders are advised that this Bid is subject to a Functionality Assessment as follows:

REPAIRS, BUILDING RENOVATIONS & ALTERATIONS Installation of: * Gate motors * CCTV camera * Electric fences * Garage door motors * Alarm systems * Fencing * Plumbing

Andre 071 872 1168

Installation of Domestic & Industrial Seamless Aluminium Gutters & Downpipes. Gutter Cleaning & Maintenance

No

Criterion

Weighting

1

Proposal

30

For a quote contact Trevor 082 463 1282 or 074 111 0943 or email quote@hibiscusgutters.co.za

2

Experience

15

3

Capacity

20

4

Methodology

25

5

Contactable references

10

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E-mail: andre.f.vanderwatt@gmail.com

MAGNUM TOOLS

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SNYMAN 072 084 9282 DIRK 083 298 6472

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE APPOINTMENT OF A SERVICE PROVIDER TO PROVIDE SHORT TERM INSURANCE SERVICES TO UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY FOR A PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX (36) MONTHS

Generators 7KVA R15 999.00 runs a house hold

Shop No 9 Uvongo Mall, Uvongo

Working Hours: 07:30 to 17:00 Mon to Fri mowermotorsandpumps@gmail.com

Total for Functionality

Ugu District Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2011, pertaining to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) principles whereby a bidder’s submission will be evaluated according to the sum of the award of points in respect of the tender value and the B-BBEE status of the contributor. The evaluation criteria of the tender is based on the Functionality, Price and Preference with the 90/10 method for bids above the Rand value (Vat Inclusive) of R1 000 000 as per the Supply Chain Management Policy of the Ugu District Municipality. Tenders who fail to achieve a minimum of 60% score for Functionality will be rejected. Target goals are according to B-BBEE requirements, as follows: B-BBEE Status Level of Contributor

Number of Points Awarded

1

10

2

9

3

8

4

5

5

4

6

3

7

2

8

1

Non-Compliant Contributor

0

The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to tender. NB : Regulation 44 of Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations states that the Municipality may not make any award to a person who is in the service of the state DD NAIDOO

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Mazda BT­50  Facelift    in  SA ure-seekers. The Mazda BT-50 Facelift is being introduced to further cater to these recreational buyers who enjoy both the outdoor and urban lifestyle. The Facelift bakkie maintains the versatile practicality and exhilarating driving performance of the current model while the design has been updated to give it a sportier and more powerful presence than ever before.

New exterior styling incorporates a newly designed front face, redesigned side steps, rear combination lamps and 17 inch aluminum wheels. The interior has also been refined to give a higher-quality feel with the addition of Bluetooth, Steering Wheel Switches and Cruise Control from the SLX model. The SLE model picks up new features that in-

UMZUMBE MUNICIPALITY UMASIPALA WASEMZUMBE C/o P.O. Box 561 Tel: c/o 039 972 0005 HIBBERDENE Fax: c/o 039 972 0099 4220 E-mail: umzumbe@umzumbe.gov.za

Key Attributes • In depth understanding of Local Government policies, principles and procedures. • Good project management. • Ability to work under pressure. • Strong analytical and sound report writing skills. • A team player. • Stakeholder relations management. • Leadership qualities. • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Requirements: • A valid Grade 12 certificate. • An LLB degree or equivalent legal qualification. • A minimum of four (4) years’ experience within a law-related environment. Experience within the Local government sphere will be an added advantage. • Sound knowledge of local government-related legislation, regulations and policies. • Excellent communication, research and writing skills. • Cutting edge computer literacy skills. • Proficiency in English and isiZulu is mandatory. • A valid code B driver’s licence. • Sound knowledge of Labour Relations. • Certificate in Labour Relations will be an added advantage. Candidates should display the following key attributes: • High levels of integrity, as well as good interpersonal skills. • Above average levels of commitment. • The understanding of local government culture as well as government policy. • Knowledge of corporate governance principles. • Assertive and persuasive, with an ethical approach to management.

Applicants must note that further screening will be conducted once they are shortlisted and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on the screenings, which include security vetting, reference checks, contacting current or previous employer, validity of the qualifications and verification for any dismissal previously for a misconduct or poor performance. STANDARD MUNICIPAL FRINGE BENEFITS ARE APPLICABLE: Umzumbe Municipality is an equal opportunity employer and appointment will be made in terms of the Council’s Employment Equity Plan. The appointment is made according to the Council’s condition of service. Canvassing for these positions will lead to disqualification of applications. The Municipality reserves the right not to make an appointment Closing date:7 March 2017 NC Mgijima Municipal Manager

ALL BAKKIES & CARS Used, Rusted, Damaged Vehicles

Trucks, Caravans Trailers, Bakkie Bins, Canopies, Tailgates & tyres 031 902 5820 082 623 0986 082 455 0107

Key responsibilities • Ensure that all policies developed by the Municipality comply with the South African Legislative Framework. • Conduct research on areas where the municipality has to develop, review or amend policies. • Monitor compliance with the standing rules of order. • Conduct legal awareness workshops for managers and supervisors on relevant legislation. • Coordinate all litigation matters as instructed by the Municipal Manager. • Provide legal advice to the Municipal Management Committee and the Council sub-committees. • Communicate with internal and external stakeholders around legal matters which affect the Municipality. • Ensure oversight on the development and implementation of operational policies. • Ensure compliance with all pieces of legislation pertinent to local government. • Support the negotiation, drafting and vetting of project agreements with relevant organizations. • Represent the Municipality in Labour Relations matters at SALGBC • Represent Municipality through prosecuting in Disciplinary Hearings

Application letter with a comprehensive CV, certified copies of Identity Book, driver’s license and qualifications should be forwarded to: For Attention: The Human Resources Manager, Umzumbe Municipality, PO Box 561, Hibberdene 4220 or can be hand delivered to Mathulini MPCC, Sipofu Road, Umthwalume 4186. All enquiries to be channeled to the Human Resources Manager (039 9720005). Short-listed candidates will be required to produce their original documents and/or the verification/confirmation of documents. This should be established via the relevant verification authority and the responsibility will rest with the applicants themselves. Correspondence will be sent to successful Candidates only. Applicants not contacted after 3 months must consider their application unsuccessful.

Disabled persons are encouraged to apply

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Key performance areas The incumbent will be responsible for: • The formation and development of economic, effective and accountable administration including but not limited to the following functions:  Registry and filing system.  Provision of support services to Council and its committees.  Provision of secretariat services to Council and its committees. • Assist the Director Corporate Services to draft operational plans for the Municipality. • Co-ordinate the budget for the department. • Ensure that effective, efficient and accurate administration systems are in place. • Human resource planning, provisioning and administration. • Ensure proper asset and inventory control. • Ensure oversight role in the management of Municipal fleet.

The successful incumbent will be reporting directly to the Director Corporate Services:

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Key Requirements: • Matric, Bachelor’s Degree/ Diploma in Public Administration, Public Management or equivalent qualification from a recognized tertiary institution. • A valid driver’s license. • 3 years experience in Administration preferable in Local Government environment. • Ability to communicate in both isiZulu and English at spheres of government. • Must be computer literate.

Remuneration R468830.83 pa, Pension fund, medical aid optional, R110000 Car allowances pa plus 13th Cheque and cell phone allowance.

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The successful candidate will be reporting directly to the Director Corporate Services

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clude a rear-view camera, an auto dimming mirror and electrical driver seat adjustment. The BT-50 Double Cab will be available in the following derivatives: 2.2L 4x2 6MT SLE, 3.2L 4x4 6MT SLE and 3.2L 4x4 6AT SLE as well as new model derivatives 2.2L 4x2 6MT SLX and 2.2L 4x2 6AT SLE. Produced and fully imported from the Auto Alliance (Thailand) Co., Ltd. (AAT), plant in Thailand, the facelift offers seven exterior colour options; True Red, Aluminum Metallic, Cool White, Jet Black, Deep Crystal Blue, Blue Reflex and Titanium Flash. The refined BT-50 has expressive styling, high quality interior and outstanding driving dynamics that reflect Mazda’s DNA. Mazda Care The BT-50 Mazda Care plan is now aligned with that of Mazda passenger vehicles; with a three-year unlimited kilometre factory warranty, three-year service plan and three-year roadside assistance. For complete peace of mind motoring, a customer service guarantee on pre-arranged repairs is also included. - Supplied.

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HE KODO design inspired Mazda BT-50 was first introduced to the South African market in 2012. It was launched as an “Active Lifestyle Vehicle” with modern and refined styling that defied the conventional work-horse image of a bakkie. The intent was to not only attract traditional business users but to extend the appeal to a wide range of customers, including families and pleas-


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ADVERTORIAL CANDYCE KRISHNA >>candyce.krishna@media24.com A BRAND new wheel and tyre franchise has opened its doors in Port Shepstone at the corner of Bisset Street and Masonic Way. Point S belongs to a group comprising of 3300 stores and with 45 years experience in the field, customers are guaranteed top quality service and expertise. This proves true as the outlets have the support of over 1780 independent professional dealers. Staff focus their attention not only on technical knowledge but also on the customer service side of the business. Point S is equipped with the latest automative equipment for wheel alignment and balancing. Customers can expect sound ad-

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ITSUBISHI’S popular  compact crossover,  the  Mitsubishi  ASX,  is getting a refreshed look for the 2017 model  year.  In  addition  to  the  company’s new Dynamic Shield design language, the Mitsubishi ASX range now includes a new 2.0 MIVEC six­speed CVT derivative coming in  at  under  R400 000. Nic Campbell, General Manager of Mit­ subishi  Motors  South  Africa,  states:  “We have  to  address  the  current  affordability needs of our customers... When you consid­ er  Mitsubishi’s  world­class  safety  ratings, the new ASX 2.0 GL CVT is easily the best sub  R400  000  vehicle  on  the  market.”  The  new  2017  Mitsubishi  ASX,  which goes on sale immediately, is the first model in  South  Africa  to  feature  the  company’s

new Dynamic Shield design language. The striking new design is centred around a new front  grille,  which  is  significantly  more prominent than that of its predecessor and will soon be seen on other models, such as the new Mitsubishi Outlander and the much anticipated  new  Pajero  Sport.  The Dynamic Shield grille combines the previously  distinctive  “Safety”  and  “Per­ formance”  treatments  of  the  Mitsubishi front­end design. Models such as the Pajero have always been styled to appear impos­ ing, whilst still conveying a sense of safety and protection. The ASX and Outlander, on the other hand, feature a grille with a more aggressive  and  sporty  design.  In  the  ASX,  the  Dynamic  Shield  grille connects  the  upper  and  lower  sections  of

the bumper into one single air intake. The black section of the intake links the head­ lights and fog lights, and is surrounded by eye­catching chrome details that widen to­ wards  the  middle  of  the  Dynamic  Shield grille.  The  grille  is  rounded  off  by  a  lower chromed section, which mimics the design of a strike plate and hints at the ASX’s SUV family tree. Mitsubishi is using the introduc­ tion  of  its  new  design  language  to  effect other,  smaller  tweaks,  while  the  popular items  and  high  specification  level  remain unchanged.  Changes  to  the  new  ASX  in­ clude  redesigned  seat  cushions  that  are fashioned  with  long­distance  passenger comfort  as  the  main  priority.  The new Mitsubishi ASX line­up consists of  five  derivatives  all  featuring  the  frugal

and highly reliable 2.0 MIVEC petrol engine. This engine is equipped with Mitsubishi’s In­ novative  Valve  Timing  Electronic  Control System (MIVEC) and multi­point injection that produces 110 kW at 6 000 rpm and 197 Nm of torque at 4 200 rpm. Power is deliv­ ered  to  the  front  wheels  via  a  five­speed manual gearbox or CVT transmission with six  pre­programmed  gear  steps.  The ASX is one of the safest vehicles in its class and boasts a five­star Euro NCAP safety rating. All ASX models feature Mit­ subishi’s  proprietary  Reinforced  Impact Safety Evolution (RISE) body shell, no less than  seven  airbags,  Isofix  child  restraint mountings and a range of dynamic safety systems that include ABS, electronic brake­ force  distribution  (EBD)  and  emergency

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ON 12  February  all  matches  were  cancelled because  the  grass  on  the  Albersville  sports grounds  was  too  long.  The other pitch in Marburg could not be used  because  of  broken  goal  posts. A  draw  was  held  recently  for  the  Lucky Sport/Peter Stoffels KO Cup. Bafana FC, He­ roes FC, Juventus FC, Lamont White City, Ted­ dy Bears and Citizen FC were fined R100 each for  being  absent.

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F you would like to witness some of the country’s and the world’s best water skaters perform, get down to Umtamvuna River Lodge on 25 Febraury. That is where and when wakeskaters will compete for the title of the 2017 Backyard Sessions Champion. “This year sees current WWA World Champion and Wakeskate Tour Champion Andrew Pastura from the USA bringing his expertise to the South Coast along with threetime IWWF Ladies World Champion, Zuzana Vrablova,” said organiser Matti Buys. They will only compete, but also

guide the local ladies in getting in the water and ultimately on a wakeskate. International wakeskaters such as Andrew Roehm and Cole Kraiss together with Port Edward’s Matti Buys and Kaylib Louw, will feature at the event. “This year has an even better twist on it with the introduction of the junior divisions.” Last year the Umtamvuna River Lodge noticed a huge growth in the participation of youngsters in the sports of wakeboarding and wakeskating as well as an impressive development in the level of riding from these children. “One example that been of Creston High’s Kiera Booker who in the past seven months of wakeskating

has shown immense growth.” After competing in his first competition in Johannesburg earlier this month he will return home to ride in front of friends and family in the junior division. “Hopefully this is a start of more to come from the talented South Coast riders.” Other entertainment during the day will be children’s slides and a skate ramp. Food and drinks are available at the lodge. The event starts at 9am and will run throughout the day until the start of pro finals at 5pm. Entry is R30 for adults and R20 for kids at the gate.

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ARGATE sansei, Gordon Douglas attended a martial arts seminar in Cape Town recently with two leading Japanese Budo experts - Tsuneo Ando Shihan who is an 8th Dan Yoshinkan Aikido, Kancho of the Ryudojo and Kenji Nakazawa Kancho, founder of Aikisambo. The seminar featured Aikido, Aikisambo and Ashihara Karate. “I have been training in martial arts for over 20 years now starting with karate,” said Douglas. After six years of Aikido training, he added that it was a great honour to meet and train with the head of Yoshinkan Aikido, Ando sensei. “I have been training with Kancho Kenji since 2014 and I’m one of only two people in South Africa certified to teach Aiki Sambo,” he said.

Ando sansei was instrumental in forming the Urayasu City Aikido Association. This association is unique in being the only organisation in the world where the Yoshinkai and the Aikikai co-operate on various local activities. He is also currently the Chief Instructor at the Yoshinkan Aikido Headquarters Dojo in Tokyo. Kenji Nakazawa studied various forms of martial arts while working at the Kanagawa Prefectural Police Department, namely Judo, Kendo and Taihojutsu. He experienced Judo and Taihojutsu competition for four years. In 1976, he left Yokosuka for San Francisco, USA where worked for a tour company as a tour guide and interpreter for eight years. During his stay, he taught the self defence class at the sports clubs in the Bay area. “It was truly an honour to attend a course hosted by the masters,” he added.

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