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A  number  of  reasons  to  celebrate MANY people either look forward to the festive pe­ riod and begin their countdown to Christmas in Oc­ tober, while others are left running for the hills to avoid  the  ‘silliness’  that  comes  with  the  season. As we get ready to wind down and take a breath­ er, we decided to reflect on some of the wonderful reasons  to  celebrate  the  year  that  was. Yes,  we  can  talk  about  some  of  the  lowlights as well (no pun on the word ‘lights’), but that would not  be  very  festive  at  all. The team at the Fever has had a wonderful year and has shared some truly remarkable memories with  you.  We’ve had an action­packed year from meeting wonderful  individuals  1 X 750who  ml are  slowly  changing their communities one step at a time to covering campaigns that shows a proactive community who4 are willing to fight for their beloved home towns. To those people who are continuously going the

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quality of education and matric pass rate would improve in due time. He said that the district DoE will work on a plan to recruit suitably qualified teachers. Another plan Madondo said he would work on was one that would ensure that school governing bodies, principals and unions participate in the education sector. "We want a district that will respond to the needs of its communities," he said. Speakers on behalf of each of the stakeholders listed challenges faced by schools in iLembe that their respective groups noted. These challenges included a lack of subject advisors in the iLembe District, a lack of parental or community involvement in the education sector, a school shortage, schools poorly managed by principals and a lack of a strategy meant to address and improve the maths pass rate. Other challenges are the

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prevalence of drugs either being sold or consumed on school premises, violence on school premises in some instances stemming from community faction fights, teachers engaged in sexual relations with pupils, overcrowding in classrooms, the theft of teaching aides, absenteeism and pupils facing challenges like coming from childheaded homes. A representative from the Department of Health said another challenge is the alarming rate of teenage pregnancy among pupils. She said sexual assaults are another concern, including the high prevalence of pupils with sexually transmitted infections and diseases. The ANCYL in the Greater KwaDukuza region applauded the provincial Department of Education for this appointment and welcomed Madondo as the new district director.

HE Department of Education appointed Dr Musawenkosi Madondo as the new iLembe District Director as of Wednesday, 8 February. Department spokesperson Muzi Mahlambi said in a statement: "This was based purely on operations requirements by the employer." Madondo replaces Thembinkosi Vilakazi, who recently came under fire when the ANCYL in the Greater KwaDukuza region took to the streets on the first day of school and demanded she be removed from her position because of the district's poor matric pass rate which has declined since 2014. This was not the first time that Vilakazi was in the firing line. In 2015 members of the Sadtu eThekwini North Region brought schooling in the district to a standstill for more than a week as they picketed outside the district offices demanding that Vilakazi vacates her post due to her being an incompetent district director. Shop 1, 1 Hullets Street, Opposite OK Mall, Stanger Speaking at a TEL: 032 551 1428 • CELL: 083 312 3561 schools functionality stakeholder engagement last Friday, KZN MEC for Education Mthandeni Dlungwane listed several BUYING PRICE CASH LOANS challenges faced by AGAINST the education sector FOR up to GOLD in the iLembe District JEWELLERY GOLD including the insuffiup to cient number of What condition does the up to teachers and the jewellery need to be in? placement of teachers being affected by We buy old, broken and unwanted jewellery the number of pupils. any carat, any condition - scrap gold, one He said another isearing, a broken necklace even gold teeth, denial crowns, Indian Gold, Asian Gold and coins. sue is that the district does not have enough physical science and WE’LL BEAT ANY PRICE IN STANGER maths teachers. 1. Bring your unwanted, broken "The decision to “SOUTH AFRICAN ID REQUIRED” or damaged gold or silver to appoint a new district 1. Interest rates on all cash director was not taken because we favour loans is negotiable. one individual over 2. Extension of payment the other, the decision was taken in the best offered on all cash loans. 2. Your items will be tested & interest of education weighed in front of you. 3. We will beat any price in KwaZulu-Natal, 3. We will pay Cash on the especially to ensure pawning or selling spot! that education improves in this disPRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE ACCORDING TO THE MARKET AVAILABLITY trict," the MEC said. WE ARE NOW BUYING SILVER/925, Madondo pledged HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES AND FURNITURE that the district's

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gained a normal heart rhythm. “She remains in a critical condition,” he said. KZN MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Mxolisi Kaunda has ordered a full investigation into the accident. “I have asked the department’s Road Traffic Inspectorate and the police to conduct a thorough investigation into the circumstances that led to this horror crash,” Kaunda said in a statement. He conveyed his condolences to the families of the deceased and wished those in hospital a speedy recovery. Kaunda asked the head of the Department of Transport Sibusiso Gumbi to visit the families of the deceased and those who are hospitalised to establish how government can be of assistance to them.

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IVE people were killed and one was critically injured in the early hours of Sunday morning in a head-on collision between a car and an SUV on the N2 near bridge 16, Mandeni. According to IPSS Medical Rescue spokesperson Paul Herbst, when paramedics arrived three occupants of the SUV and the driver and a 12-yearold from the car, had succumbed to their injuries. “A female passenger was still en-

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The  scene  of  a  head­on  collision  between  a  light  motor  vehicle  and  an  SUV  which  left  five  dead,  and  one  person  in  a  critical  condition. trapped and in a critical condition. IPSS Medical Rescue advanced life support paramedic initiated advanced life support intervention while

Rural Metro used the jaws of life to free her from the wreckage,” he said. Herbst said when the critically injured patient arrived at the hospital

she went into cardiac arrest. “Resuscitation was started by the paramedics and the Stanger Hospital doctors and within minutes she re-

National  Lotteries  Commission  funds  welfare JYOTHI  LALDAS   CHILD Welfare SA: KwaDukuza received a major boost from the National Lotteries Commission ( NLC) to the tune of R995 000 for the 2017/2018 financial year. The funds were approved for operational costs, poverty alleviation programmes for victims of HIV/AIDS, the domestic worker’s empowerment programme, safe house facility, social relief for indigent children and staff development programmes. According to welfare senior social work manager Penny Dhaver, the funds from the National Lotteries Commission will help the society sus-

tain the safe house and the domestic workers empowerment programme. “The domestic workers empowerment programme was initiated in 1997 and involves the training of unemployed women and men in domestic work. Approximately 250 students graduate annually. “They secure employment as domestic workers, child care workers waitresses and office assistants. Income is generated to improve their quality of life. The project is successfully sustained for 20 years. “The safe house facility was initiated in 2011 and is a safe haven for abused, neglected and abandoned children. With the high rate of child

abuse and abandoned children, the safe house is an essential facility in KwaDukuza.” The allocation of the funds is a clear indication that the society complies with the requirements of the National Lotteries Commission. “In terms of service delivery, we are doing our best. It is also an acknowledgment of the vital role society plays in the social upliftment of the community.” The management committee and staff of the society place on record their sincere appreciation to the National Lotteries Commission for the generous allocation of the grant said Dhaver.

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HE iLembe District Municipality together with its controlled entity, Enterprise iLembe, received yet another clean audit report for the third consecutive year from the for the 2015/2016 financial year. Audit manager Hlengiwe Phewa from the KZN Auditor-General’s offices revealed this last week at a council meeting. Prior to 2009/2010 iLembe had a history of receiving a qualified audit opinions, with the municipality having achieved its first unqualified audit opinion for the 2009/10 financial year. The district was able to maintain this trend for the 2010/11, 2011/12 and 2012/13 financial years. For 2013/14, 2014/15 and 2015/16 financial years the municipality received a clean audit outcome meaning the financial statements are free from material misstatements and there are no material findings on reporting on performance objectives or non-compliance with legislation. Mayor of iLembe District Municipality Siduduzo Gumede also reported on the mid-year budget assessment and performance for the year 2016/2017 at the council meeting. The mayor said that there were various achievements that came with the first half of the financial year despite the challenges the district is facing. “Some targets were not achieved due to the effects of the severe drought which negatively impacted municipal revenues. As a result this led to certain funds to be reprioritised and non-service delivery projects to be suspended,” he said. Commenting on the clean audit report, Gumede said this was a progressive accomplishment. “We are proud for having achieved clean administration in three consecutive years together with the municipality entity, Enterprise iLembe. We are encouraged to continually ensure sound financial management within local government,” said the mayor. Gumede also revealed that the mid-term performance of the district showed slight improvement in revenue collection. “The liquidity of the municipality is still under pressure and care should be exercised to maintain healthy cash flows,” he said.

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Gumede said the budget would be adjusted to accommodate latest projections, stating that as council, they are closely monitoring the strict measures to restrict unnecessary spending. At  the  council  meeting  (from  left)  municipal  manager  Nonhlanhla  Gamede,  speaker  Lucky  Makhathini,  audit  manager  Hlengiwe  Phewa,  mayor  Siduduzo  Gumede,  deputy  mayor  Dolly  Shandu  and  the  finance  portfolio  committee  chairperson  Sandeep  Oudhram.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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HE  Child  Welfare  SA:  KwaDukuza  requires  assist­ ance  from  the  public  to  find  the  parents  or  next of  kin  of  the  children  pictured.                                                    Anyone  with  information  can  contact  the  desig­ nated  social  workers  on  032  551  2129. • The  social  worker  is  trying  to  locate  the  father  of  S’phelele  Patrick  Mthembu  born  2  February  2000.  Any  persons  with  information  should  contact  the  social  worker  Ms  S.  Naicker. • The  natural  parents  and  family  members  of  Thabiso  Dlamini,  born  5  June,  2004.         Thabiso  was  abandoned  at  the  Stanger  Hospital  in  2004.    Should    anyone  have  any  information  regard­ ing  the  identities  and  whereabouts  of  Thabiso’s  fami­ ly,  they  must  contact  social  worker  Ms  S.  Syed.

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Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Sam­ att  Nqobani  Zondi  of  Dube  Village.  Her  mother  was  Phindile  Mercy  Zondi  who  died  on  13  October,  2015.  Anyone  who  has  information  can  contact  the  social  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Ex­ cellent  Summer  Mthembu.  The  natural  mother  was  Mary–Jane  Za­ nele  Mthembu.  She  died  on  23  March,  2015.  Anyone  with  informa­ tion  can  contact  social  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Nko­ sinomusa  Nhlakanipho  Skhenjana.  He  is  alleged  to  be  Mr  Bongani  Manzini.  The  natural  mother,  Ntombekhanya  Desiree  Skhenjana  died  on  25/  September,  2015.  Any­ one  who  has  any  information  can  contact  the  social  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

Searching  for  the  natural  parents  of  Siyanda  Siyabonga  Mdluli,  born  27  June,  2009,  at  the  Mseleni  Hos­ pital.  The  natural  mother  is  be­ lieved  to  be  Nonhlanhla  Mdluli.  Her  whereabouts  are  unknown.    Should  anyone    have  any  informa­ tion  regarding  the  natural  parents  of  Siyanda,  contact  social  worker  Ms  S.  Syed.

Seeking  the  natural  parents  of  No­ buhle  Kelly.  The  natural  mother  is  Geraldene  Kelly.  She  was  last  seen  in  Shakaville.  Please  contact  social  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Thandi  Nok­ wazi  Makhoba  of  Charlottedale.  The  natural  mother  was  Abegirl  Ntombi­ futhi  Makhoba.  She  is  deceased.  Anyone  with  any  information  can  contact  the  social  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

Searching  for  the  natural  father  of  Asanda  Lizwi  Shabalala,  Mr  Phum­ lani  Shabalala.  The  natural  mother,  Nomfundo  Noluvuyo  Nomvete,  is  deceased.  Anyone  who  has  any  in­ formation  can  contact  the  social  worker  Portia  Shekwa.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Thembelani  Zothando  Mhlongo.  The  natural  mother  was  Euste­ cia  S’phindile  Mhlongo.  She  died  on  18  June,  2013.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Craig  Nkosinathi  Thusi,  Wendy  Minenhle  Thusi  and  Luyanda  Mbali  Thusi.  The  natural  mother  was  Esther  Nonhlanhla  Thusi.  She    died  on  7  July,  2015.  Anyone  who  has  any  information  regarding  the  natural  father  can  contact  the  social  work­ er  Mr  N.  Bhengu.

Seeking  the  natural  father  of  Msawenkosi  Msomi  born  on  5  December,  2012.  The  natural  mother  was  Nelisiwe  Bonisiwe  Msomi.  She  died  on  30  April,  2014.  Anyone  who  has  any  in­ formation  can  contact  the  so­ cial  worker  Amy  Sentoo.

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Put  your  phone  down >>  Cellphones  are  fast  becoming  an  addiction  that  can  quickly  take  over  important  aspects  of  your  life

NOMPILO  KUNENE  WHAT is the first thing that you do when you wake up in the morning? Most people check their phones. Some may argue that it is just to check the time or date - big difference. Are you aware that your beloved smart phone has replaced your camera, alarm clock and calendar? If one is not careful, you’ll become an addict and your phone will replace many other aspects of your life. Apparently, worldwide, 70% of drivers use their smart phones while on the road. Before I started driving, I used to think using a phone while driving looked so cool. I could not wait to learn how to drive and try it out. I remember before I started driving I was involved in a minor car accident because the

person who was driving was texting while driving. At the time I did not see anything wrong about it. The reaction of the person we had rear-ended was what changed my mind about using the phone while driving. He was fuming because he had seen that the elderly gentleman who I was driving with was on his phone when he rear-ended his car. He was on the verge of physically assaulting him on the street, but other motorists intervened and calmed him down. I realised that as much as people casually do this, it is extremely distracting and equally dangerous. Cellphones can be highly distracting. No doubt the smart phone is one of the most wonderful technologies invented. It has helped us immensely to stay in touch effortlessly with friends, families and colleagues, although we are constantly told about its harm and dangers. I have friends who are constantly on their phone. They can never get

their thumbs and eyes off the screen. It is quite irritating and annoying to try to have a decent conversation with people who are only paying attention to their phone. One second they are listening, but once their phones peep or vibrate, they’re gone. You can carry on talking but their attention is long gone, you’ll be lucky to get an “mmh” or a “what?” from them. The smart phone has become a very divisive thing. I get offended when I text and don’t get an instant reply from such people considering they are always glued to their cellphones. How many social gathering have you attended where people just opt to take out their cellphones instead of greeting and making friends? Scientists have warned that we are no longer masters of our phones, we have become slaves to them and involuntarily respond to their every peep and vibration. Apparently our obsessive phone-

checking behaviour is affecting our brains. It destroys our physical and social relationships, and stops us concentrating on anything. This fomo — fear of missing out — turns some of us into petty criminals as we go around stealing other people’s phone chargers just to stay connected. Many of us cannot bear the thought of being separated from our smart phones even for a few minutes, some people even sleep with them under their pillow constantly gazing at them whenever they wake up during the night. Some go as far as taking their phones into the bathroom with them. Smart phones and the Internet are the climax of modern information technology and are immensely useful, but they are beginning to get me down as well. I feel quite lost without my smart phone, but at the same time increasingly irritated by other people’s addiction to theirs. I also feel overwhelmed by e-mails.

I don’t get many that matter much, but so many that it can take hours sorting them out, deleting them or filing them away in mailboxes. The urge to check every peep on your phone is so intense that people cannot help checking their phones while driving, walking or crossing at the traffic light. All of these can be extremely dangerous and can and have resulted in tragic incidents where people have lost their lives, but still people continue to risk checking their phones in any situation. I just urge people to transform with modern times, but also bear in mind they have to be above technology and not allow technology to control them. Be in touch online, but also connect with people around you as those are the more authentic relationships we build. Phones are only as distracting as you allow them to be. • Nompilo Kunene is a reporter at The  Witness.

Hindu  Dharma  Sabha  supports  hate  speech  bill THE powerful South African Hindu Dharma Sabha last week made a high­level submission to the national De­ partment of Justice and Constitutional Development regarding the draft Prevention and Combating of Hate Crimes  and  Hate  Speech  Bill  2016. Racial and religious hate crimes and hate speech have become rampant recently hurting many people and  harming  our  new  democracy. If the Sabha has its way and the Bill is signed into law perhaps this year anyone using “slanderous, disre­ spectful, abusive or insulting”   words against a person or persons belonging to another religious group may be fined and/or be imprisoned for a period not exceed­ ing three years (as a first conviction) and 10 years (for any  subsequent  conviction). No one may “stir up violence against, trample upon sensitivities,  undermine,  make  wrongful  assertions constituted by untruths, distortions  and concoctions, or bring into contempt, denigration or ridicule, any per­ son  or  group  of  persons”. Furthermore,  no  one  may  “subject  any  person  or group of persons to unfair discrimination and overt or

covert  suppression  in  the  quest  for      domination”. The South African Hindu Dharma Sabha quoted as a legal precedent the charging with crimen injuria of a Christian person Johannes David Kriel by the ruling party, the ANC as well as the official opposition party, the DA. On Diwali night last year in a rant on Facebook, Kriel wrongfully labelled Hindus as “idol worshippers” and “devil disciples”. Kriel pleaded guilty and is await­ ing  sentencing. It is imperative that the Prevention of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech Bill 2016 focusing on religious and racial hate crime and hate speech is passed as soon as possible in the best interests of South Africans of all  religious  and  racial  groups.      The Bill will sterlingly enhance inter­religious harmo­ ny, inter­racial goodwill,  tolerance, unity in diversity, peaceful co­existence, social cohesion, nation building and  human  solidarity.       There will be peace, progress and prosperity in our beloved  country  South  Africa. RAM  MAHARAJ  –  SOUTH  AFRICAN  HINDU DHARMA  SABHA  PRESIDENT  

You  get  what  you  vote  for INCUMBENT  U.S.  President  Donald  Trump  seems  to  be  getting  more  criticism  than  con­ gratulatory  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  inter­

esting,  if  nothing  else.      Trump  put  aside  a  life  of  luxury  and  his  bil­ lions  to  travel  to  each  state,  make  his  case  and  do  the  hard  yards.     Remember,  our  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  protest­ ing) — the  process  was  fair  and  you  get  exact­ ly  the  government  that  you  ask  for. MALUSI  MAGWAZA

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Blood  clinic  on  Saturday This is followed by a one-on-one interview with the nurse who goes through the questions to ensure that the questions are understood and that the donor understands the importance of being honest on the questionnaire. Your blood pressure and haemoglobin (iron) levels are checked. (The checking of your iron level is done with a small prick to your finger.) If you meet this criteria you may continue, if not you will be deferred. When you are comfortable on the chair, a nurse will need to confirm your name, address and date of birth. They examine your arm and place a cuff on your arm to maintain a small amount of pressure during donation (this does not measure blood pressure). They then examine your arm to find a suitable vein and clean it with an antiseptic sponge. They will insert a needle in your

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For  the  overwhelming  support  SANBS  receives  from  KwaDukuza  residents,  a  certificate  was  award­ ed  to  the  town  and  accepted  by  KwaDukuza  Sai  Centre  president  Shantha  Nair,  whose  organisation  facilitates  the  blood  clinics  in  the  town.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

arm which will collect your blood into a blood bag with your unique number. SANBS only uses new, sterile needles which are used once and incinerated thereafter. A scale weighs the blood and stops when you have donated 480ml. This usually takes between 5-10 minutes. In addition to the blood bag donat-

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>> A unit of blood can save up to three lives DID you know, your single blood donation can save up to three lives? So, roll up your sleeve and make a donation at the SANBS blood clinic at the KwaDukuza Supper Room this Saturday, 18 February from 9am to 3pm. A unit of blood can save up to three lives as blood is separated into red blood cells, plasma and platelets. The South African National Blood Service (SANBS) has various measures in place to protect the health and wellbeing of blood donors and patients. These measures ensure that SANBS blood supply is among the safest in the world. You will be required to complete a Self Exclusion Questionnaire (SEQ) . The questions are meant to assess your health and lifestyle to ensure you are well enough to donate blood and that your blood may not be of any risk to a patient who may receive it.

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ed, three small viles of blood will also be collected. This is what goes through for testing with the unique number that refers back to the blood donated. You should not feel any discomfort or pain. If you do, tell a member of staff. The needle will be removed and a sterile dressing applied to your arm. The blood donation process takes about 30 minutes from start to finish. You are requested to lay down for a few minutes once you have donated. How  often  should  I  donate? You can donate blood every 56 days

What  happens  to  my  blood  after  donation? Less than five percent of blood is used as whole blood (the way you donated it). By separating the other 95% into its components; red blood cells, platelets and plasma, the unit you donated can save up to three lives. Your platelets can be used for a cancer patient, plasma to replace clotting factors in a trauma patient and your red blood cells for patients who needed surgery or suffered complications during childbirth. If you feel unwell after making a donation or think you may be coming down with an infection, please contact your donor centre, call our toll free number 0800 119 031 or email customerservice@sanbs.org.za

Shakas  Primary  prefect  induction

New  prefects  at  Radha  Roopsingh

Fifty  nine  prefects,  including  two  head  prefects  and  two  deputy  head  prefects,  were  inducted  at  a  ceremony  held  on  7  February  at  Shakaskraal  Primary  School.  Parents,  well­wishers  and  mem­ bers  of  the  school  governing  body  graced  the  function.  They  were  sworn  in  by  the  acting  principal,  Mr  P.  Goven­ der  and  pledged  their    commitment  to  being  future  leaders  and  role  models.  LEFT:  The  prefects  with  their  teachers.

Radha  Roopsingh  Primary  School  had  hosted  a  prefect  induction  for  2017  recently.  At  the  event  (front,  from  left)  Ria  Singh  (deputy),  Thandokuh­ le  Sibiya  (deputy),  Simphiwe  Masan­ go  (head  boy),  I.M.  Zuma  (principal)  Philile  Mavimbela  (head  girl),  Nonsin­ diso  Msweli  (deputy),  and  (back,  from  left)  A.  Singh      (co­ordinator),  D.  Pillay  (acting  HOD),  H.C.  Ngobese  (co­ordinator),  S.  Jagar  (HOD)  and  C.L.  Naidoo  (deputy  principal).

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YOU AND YOUR FAMILY ARE INVITED TO ATTEND THE 15 AND 16 DAY MEMORIAL CEREMONY. Date: 22 February 2017 to continue the next day Time: 6pm (supper to be served) Service to commence at 7pm Venue: 30 Jupiter Drive, Glenhills, Stanger Your helping hand was always first Your name was raised in praise, for your words were those of kindness, love and sincerity Such a gentle man, you’ve left the sweetest memories behind Those special memories will always bring a smile to our faces and warmth to our hearts You meant so very much and always will You are no longer here and that causes us pain but your pain is no more You are forever in our hearts until we meet again

PROPERTIES

ILEMBE HOUSE, 59/61 MAHATMA GANDHI STREET, KWADUKUZA, 4450 P.O BOX 1788, KWADUKUZA, 4450 TEL: 032 437 9300 FAX: 0324379585

PUBLIC NOTICE INTENTION TO AMEND THE SCOPE OF CONTRACT IN TERMS OF SECTION 116(3) OF THE MFMA (ACT 56 OF 2003)

31/07/1958 - 18/02/2016

A year ago...... In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, You suffered so much in silence, You fought so hard to stay. You faced your task with courage, you felt your hope descend, but still you kept on fighting, until the very end. God saw you getting tired, when a cure was not to be, so he put his arms around you, and whispered. ‘Come with Me.’ So when we saw you sleeping, so peaceful, free from pain, we could not wish you back, to suffer that again..... Forever in our hearts ........ Dearly missed by your wife Pam, daughters Natashia and Nadean, sons-in-law Ajith and Pooben, grandson Rahul.

Telefax: 032 551 5213 / 032 552 2002 Cell: 082 707 2657 / 083 686 5155 Email: boreholes@telkomsa.net

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ILEMBE –UMASIPALA WESIFUNDA

Sadly missed by your children Trevor and Sydal, children in-law, grand children, sisters, brothers in-law, nieces, nephews and a host of family and friends.

In loving memory of the late Mr JG Govender

AGRI & INDUSTRIAL SERVICES

R.N.A Properties Flats for sale C.B.D - Robs Place - 2 1445 3275 beds, fully fitted, fully airAre you drowning in conditioned R720 000.00 BUSINESS debts? Creditors harassing Sunny Park - 2 beds, fitted PREMISES you for payment. We kitchen, fully tiled. R350 3215 assist you by removing Darnall - 3 beds, 2 baths, 000.00 garnishee's on salary and lounge, kitchen, single Stanger Heights - 1 bed, Facotry/warehouse to let increase your take home garage, flat land. fully tiled. R350 000.00 2000 sq meters in secure pay. Pay one affordable R670 000.00 Houses for sale gated estate. Includes installment from as low as Darnall - semi detached Stanger Manor - perfect mezzanine floor, reception, R600.00 per R50 000.00 1 bedroom, lounge, ktilocation 3 beds, fully fitoffices, lock-up storage debt. We do not charge chen, fully tiled, single ted, s/garage, f/fenced. rooms, separate male any upfront fees. Tel: garage. R450 000.00 R950 000.00 /female showers/toilets @ Zanele - 032-552 1613, Windy Heights - 3 bed, fit- Windly Heights - 3 beds, R90 000 pm (excl VAT) a/h - 073 423 2303, ted kitchen, lounge, single d/garage, fenced, fitted. Ample additonal parking Morgan - 083 651 2815 carport. R670 000.00 R950 000.00 also available. Stanger Phone: 032-551 1630 Stanger Heights - 3 beds, Industrial area. Call fitted kitchen - R850 VEHICLES Shaun - 083 449 0939 SISANDA PROPERTIES 000.00 3 Bedroom house for sale - Windy Heights - 3 beds, in Rock Park. Price fitted kitchen, s/garage FLATS TO RENT CARS FOR SALE R540 000.00 R650 000.00 Call 3250 4 Bedroom house in Prasheen - 078 638 2060 3025 Highridge, good and very 1997 Isuzu KB280 DT R50 Doctorskop - neat 2 bed beautiful. Price - R1250 HOUSES TO LET 000.00 neg. flat, o/p kitchen & lounge. million. 3270 2000 Isuzu 280DTLX, d/cab Excluding w & l. For more information R70 000.00 neg. R2 700.00p/m. Call phone Mthunzi @ 083 729 2 Bed, lounge, kitchen, t/s. Call - 073 216 9265 072 179 2779 6425/ 032-552 1282 R3750.00 incl l/w. 1 Bed, kitchen, bath. R1800.00 incl l/w. 1 Bed, ensuite, lounge, kitchen. R3200.00 incl l/w. 084 597 4440/ ILEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY 074 2050 952 LOANS

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Notice is hereby given in terms of Sectiom 116(3) of the MFMA (No. 56 of 2003) of the Intention to extend the scope of contract with Isidingo Security for the Provision of Security Services to the Municipality (CG/03/2012). The expiry date of this contract is hereby extended on a month to month basis to allow for the conclusion of internal process in a finalizing a new contract taking into account the competitive bidding processes. In terms of Section 116(3) of the Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003, the local community is hereby invited to submit representations to the Municipality In connection with the proposed amendment of the contracts. Representations should be submitted to Ihe Municipal Manager, iLembe District Municipality. PO. Box 1788, KwaDukuza, 4450 or hand delivered to iLembe House, 59/61 Mahatma Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza, by no later than the close of business at 16h00 on Tuesday, 28 February 2017. Should there be any further queries herein, kindly contact the Manager: SCM, Mr N B Xulu on (032) 551 875 1103. NP GAMEDE MUNICIPAL MANAGER

2 Beds, lounge, kitchen, bath & toilet. Exc water & lights. Palm Road. Avail from 1 April 2017. Call 081 322 4680

Stanger Heights - 2 b/r, kitchen, lounge, toilet & bath, incl. lights and water, DSTV. R3600. Available immediately. Call 083 736 8474/083 5733 448. Stanger Manor - open plan lounge, d/room, kitchen, 3 bedrooms & 2 baths. No fitted cupboards. 112 sqm. Tiled, burglar guards & alarm. Rent R4 400 l/w - prepaid metres. Contact 083 2266 921 after 17h00. Two bedrooms house to let - Doktors Kop - R2 900.00 excluding lights and water. Call - 084 7044 828 EMPLOYMENT

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Accounts Clerk, Debtors/creditors required. Must be computer literate. Knowledge of pastel. 032551 1574/ 083 775 1574 GENERAL 3680

Afternoon/ Night Shift Chef required for newly renovated restaurant in 3 Bedroom, 2 baths, Blythdale Beach, opening lounge - Stanger Manor. in a few weeks time. R4 000.00 excl lights & * Must have min 3 years water. No pets. Pref couples only. 083 798 3516 previous restaurant Chef experience. 3 Beds, lounge, fully fitted * Well spoken and team kitchen & bic's in player. bedrooms. Located * Must be willing to work sought after New Town from 3pm - 10pm (5 to 6 area Stanger. R5 500.00 days) a week. ex w & l. Email: * Experience in making of selvannaicker pizza will be an added @hotmail.com Call Neil advantage. 082 400 1192 * Salary market related, based on experience. High Ridge - outbuilding to Please send C.V to let. 1 br, lounge, T &B. readlj@telkomsa.net Incl water, prepaid ele. You can also contact Couple/ single person. Llewellyn on 083 267 1480 Call - 072 708 5286 Shortlist of candidates will be interviewed from 20 Outbuilding to let. No Feb at Gecko & Lime, pets, children 1 or 2. To Blythedale Beach. occupy 01/03/2017. Call Address - 33 Dolphin 082 512 6837 Crest, Blythedale Beach. Highridge, Ebrahim Drive - neat private 2 bedrooms, Aluminium Fitter with drivers license required. kitchen (bic), shower, Call - 032-551 1574/ tiled, secure R2800 pm 083 775 1574 excl water & ele. Call 083 683 5786 Farm Supervisor wanted Open plan apartment to valid drivers licence. let in Stanger Manor. Preferable to live on the Contact - 073 3180 167 farm. Call - 082 054 7643


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Wishing you everything of the best on your special day and always With love from Mum, Vash, Rodney and the Perumal Family

Gledhow Sugar Company situated near Stanger on the North Coast of KwaZulu-Natal has the following opportunities. We are looking for motivated, committed and enthusiastic persons to fill the following 12 months internship vacancies:

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Internships will be offered to current students who need workplace practical exposure for a period of 12 months in order to complete and meet the requirements of their qualification on following fields will: • 2 X Mechanical Engineering • 1 X Instruments • 1 X Financial Management • 1 X Agriculture An Application letter accompanied by a detailed C.V., Academic Record and Reference letter from the institution may be forwarded to: Gledhow Sugar Company HR Department PO Box 55 KwaDukuza 4450 Fax: (032) 552 5678. Email: tlangeni@gledhow.co.za

Kukhishwa isaziso sokufakwa kwesicelo sokugunyazwa ngokwezemvelo ngokuhambisana neSigaba 24 (G) soMthetho Kazwelonke Wokuphathwa kweZemvelo (NEMA) 107 ka-1998 kanye ngokwemigomo ye-Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) weMithethonqubo eshicilelwe eSazisweni sikaHulumeni Nombolo 983 kuya ku Nombolo 985 ka 2014, ngokuhambisana neSigaba 24 (5) soMthetho Inema, nangenhloso yokufaka Isicelo se layisensi yokusebenzisa Amanzi ngokwemigomo yeSigaba 21 soMthetho Kazwelonke Wezamanzi, 1998 (uMthetho No.36 ka 1998). Imininingwane: Umnyango WezeMihlaba wagunyazwa ngokwezemvelo ukuthuthukiswa kwendawo lapho wanikwa imvume esiyibiza nge R.OD ngo 14 October 1999 sokuhlinzeka ngentuthuko eThafeni (Area 4A), uhlinzekele ezolimo, ingqalasizinda kanye nezindlu. Intuthuko yaqala njengoba kwakugunyaziwe. Ukugunyazwa kwakunesikhathi sezinyanga ezingu-48 kuphela. Ukugunyazwa kwaphelelwa yisikhathi, kodwa umphakathi waqhubeka nokwakhiwa kwezindlu ezizimele noMasipala wafaka ingqalasizinda ngaphandle ngokugunyazwa ngokwezemvelo evumelekile. Isicelo ngokwesiGaba 24G kanye ne-EIA izothunyelwa kumnyango wezemvelo ukuze kuvunyelwe intuthuko ngokomthetho endaweni. UMasipala waKwaDukuza ufisa ukulungisa ngokusemthethweni ilokishi lasEthafeni, kodwa ungenza lokhu uma usuthole noma usunikwe yonke imvume kumnyango wezemvelo. Indawo: Lendawo itholakala enyakatho neTheku, endaweni 4A eGroutville, cishe amakhilometer amabili usuka kUmvoti Toll Plaza entshonalanga ye-N2 enyakatho, empumalanga ye-MR492 naphakathi kuka R102 no P226.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS IN TERMS OF NEMA AND THE NATIONAL WATER ACT

Public Participation: All individuals or groups interested in or affected by the project are invited to register and provide comments as well as the interest they may have in the application to the contact persons indicated below within 14 days of this notice. Public meeting: Interested and Affected Parties (I&APs) are invited to attend a public meeting to be held at the Ethembeni Community Hall at 09h00, 26 February 2017.The meeting will provide I&APs with information regarding the proposed project, and will provide them with an opportunity to raise any issues and concerns. The Water Use License Application will available for 60 days review from the 02 March 2017. The 24G and Scoping Reports will be available for 30 days review from 02 March 2017 at the following public place: • Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions website: www.triplo4.com • Ethembeni Community Hall Contact Details: Should you have any queries, please contact the contact person below: Melusi Mbokazi / Hantie Plomp Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions PO Box 6595, Zimbali, 4418 Tel | 032 946 3213 Fax | 032 946 0826 E-mail | melusi@triplo4.com / hantie@triplo4.com Date: 15 February 2017

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“Please note that this is an AGRISETA FUNDED PROJECT”

Notice is hereby given of an application for Environmental Authorisation in terms of Section 24 (g) of the National Environmental Management Act (NEMA) No 107 of 1998 and in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations published in Government Notice No.983 to No.985 of 2014, in terms of Section 24 (5) of the NEMA and intent to submit a Water Use License Application in terms of Section 21 of the National Water Act, 1998 (Act No.36 of 1998).

Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions has been appointed as an Independent Environmental Assessment Practitioner (EAP) to undertake the S24G ,EIA and Water Use License Application processes with the associated public participation processes for the project. In respect of the above, the applicant, KwaDukuza Municipality intends to submit a Water Use Licence Application as per Section 21(a), (c), (e), (i) , (g) and (j) .

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Should you not receive any response within one month of this closing date, please consider your application as having been unsuccessful.

ISAZISO SKUFAKWA KWESICELO SOKUNGUNYAZWA NGOKWEZEMVELO EYENZIWA NGOKWESIGABA 24G soMTHETHO KAZWELONKE WOKUPHATHWA KWEZEMVELO (NEMA), UMTHETHO 107 KA 1998, NEZIQONDISO ZE - EIA kanye NOKUFAKA KWESICELO SE LAYISENSI YOKUSEBENZISA AMANZI NGOKWENTUTHUKO EKHONA NEHLELWAYO ENDAWENI YASE ETHAFENI, KUMASIPALA WAKWADUKUZA, KWAZULU-NATALI

Location: The site is located north of Durban, in area 4A Groutville, approximately 2 km from Umvoti Toll Plaza west of the N2, east of the MR492 and between the R102 and P226. The project area comprises 82 properties on approximately 230 hectares.

Please take notice that KRISHNA KANIAPPEN intends on making an application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the reinstatement of LINCO CLOTHING CC, REG number 2008/010645/23. Please take notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within twenty one (21) days of the date of the publication hereof. Contact Sunil Pranpath Inc 032 551 6818

Closing Date: Tuesday, 28 February 2017

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION IN TERMS OF SECTION 24 G OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT 107 OF 1998, EIA REGULATIONS AND WATER USE LICENSE APPLICATION PROCESS FOR THE EXISTING AND PLANNED DEVELOPMENTS AT ETHAFENI PRECINCT, KWADUKUZA LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, KWAZULU-NATAL

Detail: The Department of Land Affairs was granted an R.O.D on 14 October 1999 for the Chief Albert Luthuli Land Tenure Rights Upgrade (CALLRUP) inclusive of the eThafeni development (Area 4A), providing for agricultural smallholdings, infrastructure and housing. Development commenced as authorised. The R.O.D had a validity period of only 48 months. The R.O.D lapsed but the public erroneously proceeded with subdivision of properties, building of houses and the Municipalities provided limited infrastructure. A section 24G as well as EIA application will be submitted to EDTEA for the lawful developments on/of the site. The KwaDukuza Municipality wishes to formalise the Ethafeni township, however may only continue to do so once all the relevant authorisations have been granted.

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ISAZISO SOMHLANGANO WOMPHAKATHI yokubamba iqhaza NGOKWE-NEMA noMTHETHO KAZWELONKE WEZAMANZI Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions useqokwe njenge nkampani ezimele ebhekelela ezemvelo (Independent Environmental Assessment Practitioner - EAP) ukwenza iSigaba 24G, EIA kanye nesicelo selayisensi yokusebenzisa amanzi okuhambisana nokubamba iqhaza komphakathi ngale projekthi. Mayelana nokungenhla, umfakisicelo, uMasipala waKwaDukuza, uhlose ukuba bathumele Isicelo selayisensi yokusebenzisa amanazi ngokwesigaba 21 (a), (c), (e), (i), (g) kanye (j). Iqhaza Lomphakathi: Bonke abantu noma amaqembu abanentshisekelo noma abathintekayo ngale projekthi bayamenywa ukuba babhalise futhi banikeze imibono kanye nentshisekelo angase babe nayo ngokuthintana naba ngezansi zingakapheli izinsuku eziyi-14 zalesi saziso. Umhlangano Womphakathi: Abathintekayo (I & APs) bayamenywa ukuthi bathamele umhlangano womphakathi ozoba: - kwiHholo lomphakathi Ethembeni ngo 09:00 eksuni, mhlaka 26 February 2017. Lo mhlangano uzonikeza abathintekayo ngolwazi ngephrojekthi ehlongozwayo, futhi uyobanika ithuba lokuveza nanoma yiziphi izinkinga abanazo nokukhathazeka abanakho. Isicelo sokusentshenziswa kwamanzi kuzotholakala izinsuku eziwu 60 ukubuyekeza kusukela ngomhlaka 02 March 2017. Imibiko yesigaba 24G kanye ne Scoping izotholakala izinsuku ezingu-30 ukubuyekezwa kusukela ngomhlaka 02 March 2017 endaweni yomphakathi ezilandelayo: • kwi Website nasema office ase Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions: www.triplo4.com • Ethembeni – kwi Hholo Lomphakathi Izindlela zokuxhumana: Uma unemibuzo, sicela uxhumane nomuntu ongezansi: Melusi Mbokazi / Hantie Plomp Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions PO Box 6595, Zimbali, 4418 Tel | 032 946 3213 Fax | 032 946 0826 E-mail | melusi@triplo4.com / hantie@triplo4.com Date: 15 February 2017

IN LOVING MEMORY

SAMLALL MAHES

BORN 06/10/53 CALLED TO REST 06/02/17

Friends and family are invited to attend the 10th Day Ceremony on Thursday, 16th February 2017 and the 13th Day Ceremony on Sunday, 19th February 2017 Time: 11am Venue: 486 Oak Drive, Redcliffe, Verulam Sadly missed by his wife Beena, children Nisha, Dadoo, Navin, Jesche and the rest of the family


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AMCAR  to  produce  first  Dodge  Challenger  replica  in  SA WHEN  the iconic Dodge Challenger arrived on  the  scene  for  the  first  time  in      1970  it was heralded as a major player in the world of muscle cars by   motoring enthusiasts.   At   the time of its release it was a direct competitor to the Ford Mustang   and Chev­ rolet  Camaro.  The  Challenger  though  was larger, far more  luxurious and more akin to the  Mercury  Cougar. Ultimately, however, what sets this car apart from its rivals of old in this day and age  is  its  rarity. Low production numbers means these beauties are few and far between, making it  a  prestigious  collector’s  car. Durban­based  company,  AMCAR  Im­ ports have their hands on a Dodge Challen­ ger  exclusive, the first replica of the 1970 Dodge  Challenger  Dynacorn  body.

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Dynacorn   are officially licensed to the world’s  biggest  muscle  car  manufacturers which adds an authentic stamp to AMCAR’s project. In addition the car will be installed with a new, 2016 Hellcat Hemi V8 engine directly  from  Chrysler  U.S. The  experience folk at AMCAR who spe­ cialise in importing and restoring   American muscle cars are now standing by to custom­ ise  this  1970  classic  to  a  lucky  purchaser. AMCAR CEO,   Craig Buck says the beauty of this project is that the buyer will   receive an exact replica of the 1970 Dodge Challen­ ger  with  the  car  technology  of  today. “What  this means is that we will sell the car with the old school look,  original com­ ponents but with modern and state of the art  specifications,”  Buck  said. Buck  who is experienced in the industry says AMCAR borrows their approach from popular American car modification mogul,

Chip Foose who   pioneered the art of resto­ ration  and  modification  ­  Restomod. “The  thinking  behind  this  is  that  we want to give our customers the best of both worlds,”  Buck  explains. “We      mix  old  and  new  technology  for performance  and  reliability.       “This  car  will  be  fitted  with  a  modern steering  system.       “The latest in breaking   technology, up­ market  suspension  and  bigger  tyres.       “The new engine  is run by a computer, something   we   were   accustomed  to in 2016.” The major attraction to purchasing this vehicle  is  that  it  is  totally  customisable.       AMCAR want to work hand in hand with the buyer to ensure the car is tailor­made to  their  requirements.  Buck   says in order to give the consumer the full AMCAR experience they will   be able

A  work  in  progress  Restomod  Challenger  being  built  in  Durban  at  AMCAR  Im­ ports. to choose its specifications like colour and trim  as  well  as  communicate  with  the Dodge Challenger Chatline team in the USA. As far as colour goes, AMCAR have gone all out. Consumers can choose from an array of  zany  tones. "The   buyer has the choice to make this beauty really standout from the   crowd. We have  colours like Indigo Violet which is a me­

tallic purple,  Lime Light which is almost a fluorescent  greenish  yellow,  Vitamin  C  – an orange and Lemon Twist a lurid yellow," Buck  said. “We  are excited about the project. We are passionate about muscle cars and   our highly skilled team is standing by to make someone’s dream become a   reality,” Buck said.  ­  Supplied.

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BLOWN head gasket? Car overheating, loss of coolant? Carrying spare water with you? Radiator bubbling? Water in oil? Steam from exhaust? Loss of power? Misfiring? If your local spare's shop doesn't have it - ask them: why not? Gasket Magic works every time - on petrol or diesel. turbos, 4x4s, trucks, forklifts, generators, racing cars and motorbikes. It is safe on aluminium and lasts for years. Will not clog your radiator or thermostat. Since 2012, we have saved many customers thousands of rands. If it didn't work, we wouldn't have had so many customers phone us to say thank you. We wouldn't have had customers coming back and referring other people to us. We wouldn't have had repair shops buy 100 units at a time to fix customers’ cars. We wouldn't have offered a money back guarantee. Having a mechanic repair your head gasket will cost thousands. You are going to be without your car for days. And if they don't do a proper job, you will have the same problem. Often these repairs are not guaranteed, or guaranteed only for a few months. Even the most reputable agents often find it costs more than they anticipated. You can fix your car’s head gasket problem yourself in 10 minutes. 4x4 and outdoor enthusiasts can't afford to venture off road into the unknown without a bottle of Gasket Magic. If your vehicle overheats and blows a gasket - the cost to get the vehicle back to civilisation is astronomical - never mind the inconvenience or danger being stranded, but if you had Gasket Magic, it would be no problem. How  does  it  work? It's simple. Just pour the solution into the cooling system, idle the car for 10 minutes and drive away. You don't need to be a mechanic to do it. As soon as your engine's thermostat opens up when the coolant is at the correct temperature, Gasket Magic will circulate through the system and find the problem. It is a chemical solution that will form a cohesive, non corrosive bond with the metal where your head gasket is leaking. It can even seal cracked heads or blocks, and welsh plugs. And it can last for years. It is not just a suspension with particles that will clog holes - it seems to work like magic, but it works scientifically. One bottle is normally sufficient for eight cylinder moors. - Supplied.


Kushone  abantu  abahlanu  engozini  eyenzeke  ku­N2  Kushone  abantu  abahlanu  okubalwa  kubo  nengane  eyodwa  ngesikhathi  kushayisana  izimoto  ezimbili  ku­N2  ngeSonto  ekuseni.    ISITHOMBE:  SITHUNYEKWE

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USHONE abantu abahlanu okubalwa kubo nengane eyodwa ngesikhathi kushayisana izimoto ezimbili ku-N2 ngeSonto ekuseni. Abezimo eziphuthumayo bafike kule ndawo bathola abagibeli abathathu emotweni eyiSUV kanye nomshayeli wayo sebeshonile ngenxa yokulimala kabi. "Emotweni encane kushone ingane eneminyaka engu-12 ubudala, ngesikhathi sihlola isimo sithole owesimame esabambeke phakathi," kusho uPaul Herbst okulumela abe-IPSS. Kusetshenziswe udlawu ukukhipha lo wesimame emotweni waphuthunyiswa esibhedlela. "Sifika esibhedlela lo wesimame uvele wamelwa yinhliziyo kwalekelala odokotela besibhedlela iStanger Hospital abakwazile ukumphaphamisa wagcina esephefumula kahle." - News24

Balekelelwe  yinhlangano  yabasha MAKHOSANDILE  ZULU makhosandile.zulu@media24.com UGUQUKO Youth Club, inhlangano engenzi nzuzo, ohlelweni layo lokuthuthukisa intsha engasebenzi ngamakhono, ithathe abantu abasha abahlala ku-ward 25, eDoringkop, ngokubambisana noMnyango wezokuThuthukisa uMphakathi nokhansela uMnu. SMR Mfeka yabanika ithuba lokufunda ngemithetho yomgwaqo. Usihlalo wale nhlangano, uMnu. Vuyani Mathonsi uthe kulaba abangama-70 abekade befunda ngaphansi kwaloluhlelo sekuvivinywe abangama-30 kanti kuphumelele abangama-

24. Uthe: “Abangama-40 bazobhala maduzane kanti nabo laba abangaphumelelanga bazophinda,” kusho yena. Uqhube wathi inhloso yaloluhlelo ukuthi lentsha kumele ithole izincwadi ezibagunyazi ukuba beshayele imoto ukuze bezokwazi ukusungula ibhizinisi lokubambisana, phecelezi i-co-operative, ezokwenza umsebenzi wokuthutha kanye nowokwakha. Uthe: “Le-co-operative iwumzamo wenhlangano wokuthi kwakheke amathuba emisebenzi,” kusho uMnu. Mathonsi. Uthe lentsha ifundiswa e-Mr Brown Driving School eqashwe Uguquko

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Enriching lives through lifelong education, training and workforce development Manorama Centre, 64 Manor Drive, Stanger Manor, Stanger, 4450, Tel: 0325521997 | Cell 0791747155 CIPC Registration No: 2015/350655/07 Accreditation: QCTO SDP 1223/16/0050 DHET : Dept. of Higher Educ & Training APPETD Member DHET EXAMINATION CENTRE NO: 059 999 2533

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• Assessor Training

• Electrical Engineering

• Municipal Finance

• Moderator Training

• Mechanical Engineering

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• Civil Engineering

Youth Club. Usihlalo wale nhlangano yabasha uthe: “UMnu. Brown ubuyisele emphakathini ngokuthi aqashe abantu abasha ababili e-driving school yakhe. Uphinde wenzela oyedwa i-driver’s license mahala,” kusho yena. Uthe imiphumela yaloluhlelo lwenhlangano mihle kakhulu. Uqhube ngokucela abaxhasi ukuba belule izandla ngokuthi beqhubeke ngokusiza intsha. Abantu abafisa ukuxhumana nale nhlangano bengathinta usihlalo wayo uMnu. Vuyani Mathonsi enombolweni 084 589 1222 noma kwi-email ethi uguqukoyouthclub@gmail.com.

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08:00 to 14:00

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Workplaces will be arranged by the College. We also provide Business Registration Services We also offer Matric, equivalent, NQF4 Learners who have not sucessfully completed their matric can enrol for NQF4 (National Qualification Framework Level 4)

ILEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY CLEARING OF VEGETATION OVERGROWTH ON MUNICIPAL PREMISES FOR A THREE YEAR PERIOD CONTRACT NO TS/174/2016 Ilemebe District Municipality invites experienced contractors to carry out the clearance of vegetation on ilembe premises. Bid Specification Documents will be available from Thursday 16th February 2017 until the close of business on, Thursday 23rd February 2017 at 15:00 from the offices of the Cashier at Illembe District Municipality, Ilembe House, 59/61 Mahathma Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza upon payment of a non-refundable cash deposit of R300.00. Bid documents will NOT be available at the site inspection meeting. A COMPULSORY briefing meeting and site inspection for KwaDukuza only, will be held at 09h00 on the 24 February 2017. Prospective Bidders shall meet at Ilembe Technical Services Building, 12 Haysom Road, KwaDukuza. Thereafter dates and meeting places for different sites is as listed below. th

• Mandeni – meet at Sondoni garage in Sundumbili, Mandeni (27th February 2017).

ILEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY ILEMBE HOUSE, 59/61 MAHATMA GANDHI STREET, KWADUKUZA, 4450 P.O BOX 1788, KWADUKUZA, 4450 TEL: 032 437 9300 FAX: 032 437 9585

• Ndwedwe – meet outside Ndwedwe Local Municipal offices (28th February 2017).

PUBLIC NOTICE

• Maphumulo – meet at Khazimula Garage, on the R74 (01st March 2017). Prospective bidders are required to bring their copies of the bid specification documents to the briefing meeting for signing. Should bidders be interested in more than one area, it is the bidder’s responsibility to ensure adequate resources to attend the site inspections at those different sites. All technical enquires are to be directed to the Manager WSP, Mrs X Mazibuko and Mr E Bhengu on 032 551 8717. All bid enquires are to be directed to the Manager SCM, Mr N XULU, on 032 5518703. Failure to obtain a Bid Specification Document and non-attendance of the site inspection will result in the immediate disqualification of your bids. Bids may only be submitted on the bid specification documentation provided by the Municipality. All Bidders must supply a valid and original Tax Clearance Certificate from SARS confirming that the bidders Tax matters are in order, or must submit with their bid, A SARS unique pin. Any bid that does not comply with the advert will be immediately disqualified and will not be considered. The Municipality will only consider bids from entities registered on Treasury’s central supplier database (CSD). Sealed bid endorsed “Invitation to Bid No. TS/174/2017, CLEARING OF VEGETATION OVERGROWTH ON MUNICIPAL PREMISES FOR A THREE YEAR PERIOD “must be submitted into the Bid Box situated at the Ground Floor of ILEMBE TECHNICAL SERVICES BUILDING, 12 Haysom Road, KWA DUKUZA by no later than 12 Mid-day on Friday, 10th March 2017 where they will be opened in public. The name and address of the bidder must be clearly written on the envelope containing the bid. Bids shall be valid for a period of 90 days, from the closing date. Bids will be evaluated and adjudicated in terms of the Municipal SCM Policy on two stages, firstly on functionality and thereafter using the 90/10 preference point scoring system. Ilembe District Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No.5 of 2000) Ilembe District Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any of the bids and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid.

MRS PN GAMEDE MUNICIPAL MANAGER

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ANNUAL PERFORMANCE REPORT 2015/2016

In compliance with section 46 of the Municipal Systems Act number 32 of 2000, Notice is hereby given of the Council approval for the 2015/2016 financial year Annual Performance Report. 2. MID-TERM PERFORMANCE REPORT FOR THE 2016/2017 FINANCIAL YEAR Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 72 of the Municipal Finance Management Act requires that the accounting officer of a municipality must by 25th January each year: (a) Assess the performance of a municipality during the first half of the financial year Copies of the above documents can be viewed at the Municipal Offices: iLembe House. The documents may also be accessed through the municipal website at: www.ilembe.gov.za. If there are any queries please contact Manager: PMS on 032 437 9352/9423 during normal office hours from Monday to Friday. P N GAMEDE MUNICIPAL MANAGER


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United  beat  Citizens MAKHOSANDILE  ZULU

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WABE United beat Groutville Citizens 3-2 at the KwaDukuza Recreational Grounds in their SAB Regional League encounter on Saturday. Despite the sweltering heat, the determination exhibited by players made an entertaining day of soccer. United opened their account in the 30th minute of the first half with a penalty converted by striker Justin Kabini. The side was awarded a penalty after left winger Mdu Mthembu was brought down in the box following his overlapping run into the danger zone. The two sides were evenly matched for the rest of the half which concluded with United leading 1-0. Ten minutes into the second half, Ka-

bini registered his name on the scoreboard once again after he connected with a pass from his teammate, striker Zothani Gumede, to put United two goals ahead. Kabini, however, was not done because five minutes later he made a brilliant attacking run from the 40-yard mark, laying to waste Citizens' defence before unleashing a cracker, scoring a hattrick to put United 3-0. In the dying minutes of the game, Citizens managed to pull one back after United's left back defender Makhekhe Dlamini's forward clearance was intercepted by Citizens' attacking front who laid a pass forward which was slotted to the back of the net making the score 3-1. Five minutes later, Citizens capitalised on the combined uncertain and

Qwabe  United  beat  Groutville  Citizens  3­2  at  the  weekend  in  their  SAB  Re­ gional  League  encounter.   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

fumbled play by United's keeper and defence, scoring their second goal to end the match 3-2 to United. United's chairperson Lucky Gumede commended Citizens for showing an improved performance this season and putting on an impressive game which gave his side run for its money. “Both sides played with determination from kickoff. “Though Groutville managed to keep us from our scoring ways for 30 minutes in the first half, we eventually cracked their defence. The two sides were evenly matched which made the game enjoyable," he said.

KDAC  gets  back  on  track THE KwaDukuza Athletic Club (KDAC) is back on track with a vibrant team of executives. President Nikeyi Maarbeel stated that with his new team of executives, 2017 promises a year better than ever. Marrbeel’s aim is to take KDAC to new heights Membership to join the club is family membership R150, single membership R100 and junior membership, below 18 is R50. Running licences are available at

R1 200 and stocks are limited as licences are selling out fast. Purchase yours as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. Contact the membership secretary Dippy Moodley on 032 551 3325 for membership and licence. Interested people who wish to join KDAC may contact Maarbeel on 083 372 0653. Time trials takes place every Thursday at Stanger Manor car park at 5pm. - Supplied.

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Danny  Sewmungal  (road  captain  2) LEFT:  The  new  executive  committee  (front,  from  left)  Dippy  Moodley  (vice  president  and  membership  secretary),  Nikeyi  Maarbeel  (president),  Yathin  Narothum  (road  captain  1),  and  (back,  from  left)  Yulesha  Devnarain  (secre­ tary),  Basil  Naidoo  (race  organiser),  Ashnee  Naidoo  (public  relations  offi­ cer),  Rajen  Padayachee  (treasurer)  and  Nishen  Chetty  (records  clerk).   PHOTO:  SUPPLIED

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