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ORE than 20 000 eThekwini Municipality employees are threatening to down tools, claiming they are owed millions of rand in back pay following a Supreme Court of Appeal ruling. The employees, some who are allegedly owed up to R200 000 each, are to decide this week on dates for possible strike action, which they warn will “bring the city to a halt”. They are angry that eight months after the appeal court reversed the conditions of service agreement – implemented by the city in 2007 – and ordered the employer to back pay affected employees who had been stripped of allowances and other benefits, they are still waiting for their money. In October, in the wake of the ruling, city manager S’bu Sithole established a technical task team to quantify the financial implications for the municipality. There were fears at the time that the ruling could bankrupt the city, but Sithole had dismissed this. According to municipal union sources, eThekwiniowesworkersalmostR100million, which could have a crippling effect on the municipality’s finances. The municipality, however, contends that whatitowedemployeeswouldbeoff-setbythe monies it was owed by some employees who had been overpaid when the conditions of service agreement was implemented. The unions have vowed to fight any attempts to get employees to pay back money. They believe the city is in contravention of the court ruling. On Monday night, city representatives met with the SA Municipal Workers Union (Samwu) and the Independent Municipal and Allied Trade Union (Imatu) and a report by the task team was discussed. Imatu’s regional manager Themba Shezi, said that the negotiations had been conducted in good faith, but they had still not found common ground on the city’s attempts to get em-

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The employee are to decide this week on dates for possible strike action, which they warn will “bring the city to a halt”. ployees to pay back monies. He said Imatu would be meeting with employees today (Thursday) to give them feedback on the meeting. The option to strike was very much on the table, he said. “Their anger is justifiable. We need to go back to them with what the city has said and it will be up to them what we do next.” Imatu and Samwu plan to hold mass meetings with their members to discuss a mandate for a strike. The municipality’s spokesman Thabo Mofokeng, said the discussions between the city and the unions should be allowed to take its course. “The technical task team has made progress inundertakingthismassiveandcomplexexercise, which goes back seven years and involves thousandsofemployeeswithnumerousprevious different conditions of service and three different pay systems,” he said. “The technical task team has now presented its report to the city manager and the union leadership, and discussions have commenced at that level regarding a suitable way forward.

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pay. “These discussions are ongoing and have When the city changed the condition of service notbeenfinalisedasyet.Itisconsequentlypre- agreements in 2007 he, with hundreds of colmature to provide specific answers related to leagues, were stripped of their omnibus allowamounts, payment and time frames, particu- ances, he said. “Depending on your grade, we lost anylarly as the matter will need to be further considered by the executive committee,” Mofo- thing between R1 200 and R1 600 a month. Now it is time to pay and they are dragging keng said. Jaycee Ncanana, provincial secretary of their feet. What makes this even harder for us Samwu, however, accused the city of using to swallow is that we read that the senior city managers are getting big fat bonuses,” he said. “delaying tactics”. He said the city was deliberately dragging its feet over finalising paySpecialising in: ments and the task team was set up Venetian in Wood and Aluminium Vertical Blinds  purely to “neutralise workers”. A metro policeBamboo  Roller  Roman  Picture and Panel Blinds man, who spoke on condition of anoMotorised Blinds Now Available nymity as he is not allowed to speak to the media, said he was owed almost R200 000 in back

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LAND for a housing project in the Canelands area in Tongaat has finally been acquired. This according to ward councillor Michael Abraham. According to Abraham, Sunday, 13 April marked a “new beginning for the residents of Canelands”. “They had been living on this land for nearly 40 years. Ever since the closure of the Timberet board company this community settled in the area,

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EMBERS of Reaction Unit South Africa(RUSA)arrested two housebreaking suspects on Friday, 11 April after responding to a crime in progress in Tongaat. The suspects were arrested inside a home in Azaad Avenue, Belvedere, Tongaat by RUSA area manager Ravi Maharaj after being tipped-off by a grass cutter in the area, RUSA head Prem Balram said. “Thegrasscutter who is an ex-soldier kept observation over the suspects and noticed the two males breaking a door and gaining entry into a home. The informer then ran to a nearby tavern to use a phone. “He informed the RUSA operations centre in Tongaat of the crime in progress and provided a detailed description.” Maharaj responded swiftly to the call out and noticed the forced entry. Balram said that Maharaj called for assistance but the suspects realised he was outside and attempted to flee from a different point in the residence. Balram said Maharaj then gained entry into the home and found both suspects hiding inside. The house was ransacked. Balram said that both suspects were arrested and handed over to the Tongaat police. “The one suspect was an ex convict who was convicted for housebreaking in 2000.” The Tongaat SAPS are investigating.


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A new home for elderly woman WEEKLY REPORTER

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OR years a leaky shack was all Hilda Hlongwa could call home. That changed on Tuesday when the 71-year-old pensioner was handed the keys to a new brick house in Waterloo, near Verulam. The donation was part of eThekwini Municipality’s Freedom Flame roadshow, to symboliseitsachievementsoverthepast20 years. The house was handed over by Co-operative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube, with mayor James Nxumalo, Arts, Culture, Sport and Recreation MEC Ntombikayise SibhidlaSaphetha and other politicians. Hlongwa, who had been living in a shack at the Ocean Drive-In informal settlement, near Tongaat, said she was thrilled. She said she had no idea she would be getting a new home. “My son came to fetch me and didn’t say where we were going and I almost fell over when they presented the house to me,” said the mother of two. “I am very grateful. I have been living in

unbearable conditions for many years and am very lucky to finally have a place I can call my own. “The place where I currently stay is bad. It leaks and when it rains, I don’t sleep because I have to try to cover up things and make sure they remain dry.” There was also no electricity or basic sanitation. “My shack is very small. I use candles and I use a paraffin stove to cook which is not healthy foran old lady. “Butnoweverythinghasbeenmadeeasier.” Addressing a small crowd in Hammonds Farm, Dube-Ncube said that the government was helping to improve living conditions. “We just need you to take care of these houses and pay for services. “And if you are not happy with something, you need to talk to those concerned andrefrainfromburningthingsandclosing down roads,” she said. “Today townships, which were previously neglected by the apartheid government, have access to water, electricity and decent roads.”

An excited Hilda Hlongwa shows the key to her new home with her son.

Hilda Hlongwa and her son show eThekwini officials the shack they lived in.

Armed robbers strike KAVEEL SINGH SEVEN armed robbery suspect evaded arrest on Wednesday morning last week after opening fire on members of Reaction Unit South Africa (RUSA) during a car chase in Verulam. The armed suspects held up a family in Hazelmere holding them at gunpoint before ransacking the home, tying up the victims and fleeingwiththefamilybakkiefilled with stolen goods. RUSA head Prem Balram said the suspects who called the victims by their first names and seemed to know their way around the house, accosted the family and people who arrived at the home and held them in a room. “When the suspects fled, a neighbour contacted the RUSA

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and relayed the vehicles details and the suspects getaway vehicle details, a black BMW.” Balram said RUSA officers proceeded to the residence while several other officers blocked off exit roads. “The BMW was spotted by officer Claude Munien near Osindisweni Hospital and a chase ensued. The suspects then opened fired before abandoning the vehicle and fleeing on foot.” Balram said that five suspects fled from the BMW. A replica pistol, computers, cash, LCD TV's andothergoodswererecoveredin the vehicle. The victims Isuzu bakkie was recovered by Cartrack in New Glasgow. The vehicle was extensively damaged after the suspects veered off the road. No arrests were made. Police are investigating a case of armed robbery.

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NERESH GAYAPERSHAD A bit about SO much of our perspective and how we respond to the world around us relates to what we choose to think about. Recently I heard a phrase, the application of which is drastically changing my response to many situations. Over time, as this becomes my habit, it is going to help me with some behaviours I've wanted to change for a long time. The phrase was, "Why not choose fascination rather than frustration?" I used to get frustrated much more often than I do now, because I've learnt that rather than choosing to be frustrated by a situation I can choose to be fascinated instead. I still get frustrated sometimes, but this mental shift made a positive impact on my life. We all get frustrated. Things don't go our way and we get frustrated. Oneoftheearlylessonswelearnaschildren is that things don't always go the way you want. Our life experiences have confirmed this. We don't get the promotion, we don't like the way our boss talks to us, our car is making a funny noise, we can't find a parking space, our children are becoming rebellious, and the list continues to become endless. Our frustrations in life are big and small. In contrast, to be fascinated is to be captivated by something - to be interested. When we are interested in something we notice, we observe things. When we are fascinated by something we are drawn to learn from or about it - quite a different response from frustration and the places it can lead us. It is inevitable in life that things don't always go exactly the way we'd like. Typically people would then say that it is then inevitable that we will be frustrated. Thefrustrationhowever,isnotthesituation itself, but a response or a choice. We have conditioned ourselves to choose frustration. We can also choose to be fascinated in these situations. Choosing frustration can lead to regret, anger, resentment and more. Choosing fascination can lead to understanding, knowledge, and improved results and relationships. The choice is mine. And the choice is yours.

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Financial Cents ­ Investment Planning WHAT is Investment planning? Investment planning is the process of identifying and implementing ap­ propriate investment strategies to create and accumulate the financial resourcesforachievingfinancialgoals. Investment planning seeks to ac­ complish two equally important goals thatnaturallyconflictwitheachother. The first goal is to maximise returns on investments.Thesecondismostoften to minimise investment risk. Effective investment planning seeks to balance these two goals in all areas of the in­ vestmentplanningprocesssothatthe investor can achieve the desired out­ comes. Broadly speaking, every investor seeks to achieve one or a combination of the following objectives: >> Wealth creation >> Wealth protection >> Income generation Because these objects are usually not compatible, an investment planning exercise will often involve trying to reach the best compromise or bal­ ance. Types of Investments: Unit trusts, endowment policies, shares, collectables (paintings, stamps, etc), gold coins, property, tank containers, Eskom stock and fixed deposits/savings at the bank. One has to ascertain as to what time period one wants to invest for before they decide. Today we will cover Unit Trusts. What are Unit Trusts? Unit trust funds or collective in­ vestment schemes give investors ac­ cess to professionally managed bas­ kets of shares in blue chip companies which are invested in the stock mar­ ket. This is an open ended investment; ideally one should invest for a period of five years or longer. You can either invest on a monthly basis by debit or­ der or you could do a once off lump sum payment.

Unit trust funds are an extremely flexible type of investment, allowing you to withdraw money or put in extra when you want to, however if you withdraw when the markets are down youcouldlosepartofyourinvestment. Your choice is extremely wide – cur­ rently there are nearly 800 funds in South Africa available to individual in­ vestors,excludingoffshorefundsmar­ keted here. These cover all asset class­ es, asset sub­classes (for example, re­ sourcessharesorfinancialshares)and various mixtures of asset classes. However, not all funds are available to someone who wants to invest R500 a month; for many, the monthly mini­ mum is higher. There are various types of funds, according to the assets the fund in­ vests in. We consider here just three common broad types of unit trust: low­risk domestic money market funds, medium­risk domestic pruden­ tial funds, and high­risk domestic eq­ uity funds. Only the money market funds offer yields in line with prevailing interest rates, but they are usually better than most bank deposit rates, although yields can fluctuate daily. The others are subject to the fluctuations of the markets and returns can vary widely. In the unit trust universe, actively managed funds, in which fund man­ agersmoveinandoutofassetstotake advantage of market conditions, gen­ erally have higher asset management fees and often also charge perfor­ mance fees. If you are investing monthly, rather than investing a lump sum, you smooth out your returns (when the unit price drops, your monthly R500 buys you more units). Your savings are discretionary, so that, in the case of the markets taking a dip just before yourfiveyearsareup,youcouldproba­ bly afford to keep them in a while lon­ ger to “ride out the storm”. The perfor­

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April 18, 2014

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Walking for peace at Salt March

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ORE than 2 000 people participated in the 10th GandhiLuthuli Salt March on Sunday, which snaked its way 17km from Inanda to the King’s Park Athletics Stadium. Amongst the marchers were a number of Tongaat, Verulam and Shakskraal residence. Sixty-five-year old Loga Arumugam of Tongaat said he attended all of the Gandhi events and said the march is growing in leaps and bounds. Tongaat Panthers’ Anthony Naidoo said he also participated in a number of the Gandhi marches and the only problem is that “you have to follow the leaders and you cannot overtake them”. Ela Gandhi the granddaughter of Mahatma Gandhi race told the media when interviewed after the march: “It was exciting to see such a good re-

Babes Reddy of Tongaat with a Gandhi lookalike at this years Salt March. sponse from the young people of the community. It is pivotal that the message of non-violence should be spread to our future leaders. “Each year the number of people getting involved is growing, and that is encouraging. I am also happy the march took place without any incidents or any problems.” Venilla Govender of Cape Town, a former resident of Tongaat, said she participated for the first time in a

march of this nature. “The march was unique because you are obliged to follow the leaders and it is totally different from an athletic walk or a competitive race.” David Doorsamy of Trenance Park, Verulam said he walked the distance for the first time. “It was very exciting. My legs are a bit sore. “I will take part in the shorter version of the walk next time.”

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What Are Calories and How Does it Affect Our Lives?

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Let me start by explaining the definition of a Calorie. What is a calorie? A calorie is the quantity of heat required to raise the temperature of 1 gram of water 1 degree Celsius, in another words a calorie is a measure of heat energy. When food is burned, it releases a certain amount of heat (energy), depending on the type of food, for example; Fat has more calories (9 calories per gram) than Carbohydrates (4 calories per gram) and Protein (4 calories per gram). The more calories that are in the food, the more energy will be released when it is burned and whatever surplus energy that is not used by the body will get stored as adipose tissue (body fat). All foods that have a high fat content will be considered high calorie foods. There are some fats that are good and essential for the body (Unsaturated Fats) which need to be consumed in the right quantities like your omega 3 and omega 6, also known as your healthy fats. Although fats are high calorie foods and should be limited, there are also some lower calorie foods which are just as, if not more destructive to one’s health. What foods am I talking about? I am talking about the processed carbohydrates that are so readily available today, like your sugary foods. Any food that is not in its most natural form is considered harmful when over consumed, even though it has lower calorie content than your fatty foods. These foods cause a huge glucose (blood sugar) spike in the blood stream and continuous glucose spikes could lead to diabetes. These large spikes also means surplus glucose and whatever glucose is not used for energy will be stored has body fat (adipose tissue). Most people do not worry about calories until they decide to go on a diet or weight loss program and even then they don’t know what a calorie really is or how much to consume. The first place to start for anybody who is looking at losing weight, gaining weight or even maintaining weight, is to first find out how many calories per day they require for maintenance and then adjust their calorie consumption accordingly. Estimating your calorie consumption by the food you eat on a daily basis and then dropping your calories by eating less for weight loss does not have a very positive effect. If you cut your calories by too much which you will eventually do because every time you hit a plateau, you lower your calories even further to see results and that will send your body into starvation mode which will lower metabolism and a lower metabolism will make it much easier for you to put the weight that you lost back on and even more. Therefore it is important to count calories when going on a weight loss program. This way you can monitor your weight loss and make small adjustments accordingly without lowering you metabolism and jeopardizing your health.

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Verulam Me What is an Orthotist and Prosthetist? A Medical Orthotist and Prosthetist works directly with pa­ tients in the specialised field of orthopaedic rehabilitation. An Orthotist attends to patients who are in need of exter­ nal devices to provide them with stability and mobility. They provide braces such as, lumbar supports for people suffering with back pain, or other orthopaedic injuries, to assist with recovery and pain relief. A Prosthetist designs, manufactures andfitspatientswithprostheticlimbs,includingartificiallegs, arms, or even a “bionic” hand. Their patients may range from children to senior citizens. The spectrum of conditions that they help treat spans from youngpatientsbornwithacongenitallimbdeformity,toadult patients who may have lost a limb due to an accident or even a medical condition. Ultimately their goal is to increase a pa­ tient’s mobility and independence to improve their quality of life. Chris Naidoo

NATASHA SINGH

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at an affordable cost. Kindly visit us at at 14 Garden Street, Grange, Verulam ( Near the Fruit and Veg under the Tree) or contact us on 032 533 1796.

I engage with the client, explore options that work for them and tailor a plan according to their individual needs (it’snotacarrotandcardboard ‘diet’). I love working with people and helping them help themselves. With a holistic approach to healthcare, I deal with a number of conditions, ranging from HIV/TB to Diabetes, High

Cholesterol, Hypertension, weight loss/gain and many, many more. Clientsofallagesarewelcome. IamaccreditedwithDiscovery to carry out the Vitality Nutrition Assessments and with the CDE programme, towards the better management of Diabetes. I look forward to meeting you at the practice!

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Oral Hygiene Therapy Root Canal Therapy Fluoride Therapy Extractions Fillings Orthodontics Paediatric Care

DENTAL caries or tooth decay is one of the most prevalent oral health diseases found in children and adults. If not treated early, it can lead to severe dental pain, which can result in the removal of the infected tooth/teeth. Long term treatment to replace those teeth will resultinproceduresofahighcost.WeatDrNigel Govindasami’s family dental rooms place greatemphasisonpreventionratherthanjust treatment. Our holistic care is tailored to suit you as an individual and encompasses oral health therapy which results in fewer visits to the dentist. Come in for your consultation today, call us on 032 811 2525.

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Verulam Medical Centre Dr R Moodley and Partners 14 Garden Street, Verulam 032 5331796 / 032 5332164

edical Centre What Is Biokinetics? BIOKINETICS is defined as the science of movement and the application of exercise in rehabilitative treatment or performance. Biokinetics is the profession concerned with health promotion, the maintenance of physical abilities and final phase rehabilitation, by means of scientifically-based physical activity programme prescription.

Physiotherapy with Nerusha Perumaul CONDITIONS TREATED BUT NOT LIMITED TO: * Neurological: stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's * Cardiovascular: chronic heart disease, rehabilitation after heart attack. * Chest conditions: asthma, COPD, pneumonia, bronchitis. * Spinal problems: including prolapsed discs, degeneration, sciatica, stiff / painful neck and referred arm

About speech­ language therapy Rochelle Seu­ karan ­ Speech­ Language Ther­ apist

and leg pains. * Joint problems: Arthritis, injury, pain and swelling, stiffness in joints. *Injuries:tomusclesligaments,cartilage and tendons. Work related conditions such as repetitive strain injury (RSI) and sport injuries. * After injury: Rehabilitation after orthopaedic surgery e.g hip and knee replacement or general physiotherapy after general surgery. * Fractures: Treatment to increase

the healing rate and gain full function once the bones have healed. We offer: * Hands on therapy such as mobilisation, manipulation. * Massage and acupressure; individual designed exercise programmes. * Specialised electrotherapy equipment; ultrasound; inferential therapy, short wave diathermy. * Acupuncture, heat, ice and traction to relieve pain and assist.

SPEECH­Language Therapists provide the following services: Speech therapy, including the treat­ ment of: >>Speech sound difficulties (Articulation) >> Voice problems >> Stuttering/stammering Language therapy, including the treatment of: >> Difficulties understanding and using language. (e.g. Stroke) >> Reading and spelling difficulties that affect academic performance (learning difficulties) >> Underlying skills required for reading, spellingandwritinge.g.learningdisabili­ ties Swallowing difficulties, including the treatment of: >> Weak lip and/or tongue muscles re­ sulting in drooling.

*Swallowing/feeding difficulties in new­ borns e.g. Cleft Palate >> Swallowing difficulties in neurological acquired difficulties e.g. Stroke, Cerebral Palsy Other therapy, including the treatment of: >> Development of alternative and aug­ mentative communication systems e.g. pic­ ture communication/sign language >> Hearing and listening problems

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What is occupational therapy? OCCUPATIONAL Therapy (OT) is the as­ sessment and treatment of adults who have diagnosis such as strokes, head inju­ ries,spinalcordinjuries.Occupationalther­ apists assist individuals who have suffered from these problems to do their daily tasks such as eating, bathing, dressing as inde­ pendently as possible. Occupational therapists also assess and treat children who have school related difficulties. Many children who receive OT have problems with their gross motor, fine motor, writing, and visual perceptual skills (these are the foundational skill for each subject that the child does in the class­ room). Areshnie Sewraj

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Zaynab Khan and Rosha Jairam. VISIT us at the Verulam Medical Centre for a comprehensive eye examination. We run a fully equipped optometry practice which will accurately determine your prescription, measure your eye pressure as well as assess your ocular health. Wewillhelpyouonyourchoiceoflenses and extras you might require, like tints and anti-reflective coatings.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPIST ARESHNIE SEWRAJ

B. Occupational Therapy (UKZN) | Pr No. 028 9868 Masters Educational Psychology UKZN

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• Assessment and treatment of adults: Strokes, head injuries, spinal cord injuries. • Assessment and treatment of children: ADHD, Developmental Delays, Cerebral Palsy, • School related difficulties, fine motor, writing problems.

We have a wide range of spectacle frames to choose from. If spectacles are not to your liking, we can also help you with contact lenses. Rosha Jairam (who has 19 years of experience in optometry) and Zaynab Mohammed Khan will be happy to assist you. To make an appointment call 032 541 6133 or 032 811 1258.

Malini Kisten Biokineticist PR NO: 0750090203106

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Focus areas include: • Orthopaedic Rehabilitation and Sports Injury

(Improving muscle strength, range of motion, flexibility, co-ordination & balance and return to the normal daily activities) • Chronic Diease Rehabilitation (risk identification & reduction programmes for hypertension, high cholesterol, arthritis, osteoporosis, diabetes, stroke and cardiac patients) • Prescription of General and Specific Exercise Programmes • Corporate Wellness accredited to Bonitas, Medshield, NMG, Ndawo and Discovery screenings • Sport Massage

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A Biokineticist is an clinical exercise specialist who: >> Functions within professional alliance to health and medicine, and is recognised by and registered with the Health Profes­ sions Council of South Africa. >> Improves a person’s physical well being and quality of life through individualised scientific assessment and the prescription of exercise in rehabilitative treatment to prevent or intervene with certain ailments and the enhancement of performance (sport and work). >> Evaluates and measures body posture, body composition, blood pressure, glucose levels, lung function, heart rate, fitness, muscle strength, endurance, power, flexi­ bility and other health screenings. >> Is a health professional who through health promotion and wellness create a better quality of life for people they work with. Assisting in preventing and treating indi­ viduals with: Orthopaedic Conditions: >> Individual exercise prescription for the rehabilitation of the back, neck, knee, shoulder, hip and ankle injuries and condi­ tions. Treatment is offered from the time of the injury up to and including full partici­ pation in sport or other physical activities of life. Chronic disease and conditions: >> Individual and supervised exercise pro­ grammes for the prevention and manage­ ment of conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, lung disease, arthritis, osteopo­ rosis and pregnancy (pre and post natal) Exercise Testing for Athletes: >> Sport specific testing and training of an athletesendurance,speed,flexibility,agili­ ty, power, strength and reaction times. >> As well as rehabilitation of sport inju­ ries. Health Promotion for General Population: >> Assessment of health risk factors and implementation of intervention strategies to support the individual toward total wellness. >> Providing programmess for: Weight loss; general fitness; muscle strengthen­ ing; toning and definition. Malini Kisten ­ Biokineticist

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THE Office of the KZN Premier has part­ nered with Media24 – owners of KZN local news – to bring the highly successful spell­ ing bee project to the whole of KZN. ThespellingbeestartedintheZululand area in 2010, through Media24’s local newspaper in that area, the Zululand Fe­

Premier partners on spelling bee ver. Because of the success of the event, and its rapid growth, Media24 mandated that it be taken throughout the KZN prov­ ince. The Office of the Premier, in its ongoing commitment to youth education and up­

liftment, has decided to partner with KZN local news (encompassing Fever, Weekly and Echo titles) to inculcate a love of the Englishlanguageamongsecond­language English speakers from disadvantaged schools in the province. Media24’sheadoflocalpapersinSouth

Africa, Ishmet Davidson, said the company is “thrilled” at the prospect of the partner­ ship, which will see hundreds of spellers take part in the competition, which has hundreds of thousands of rands in cash, book and bursary prizes up for grabs. “Media24seesthespellingbeeinitiativeas

having the potential to significantly in­ crease the focus and discipline of pupils when it comes to learning the English lan­ guage. Partnering with the Office of the Premier, schools and teachers, we believe we can make a positive impact on educa­ tion in the province,” said Davidson.

Spell your way to success >> The competition is open to grade 10 and 11 pupils CALLING all word wizards and book nerds. Media24 Local News KZN (publishers of the Fever, Echo and Weekly titles) has partnered with the Office of the Premier to bring previously disadvantaged pupils throughout the province their popular spelling bee competition. A spelling bee works according to knock-out, where spellers are given a list of prechosen words (which will be printed in the abovementioned titles) two months before the competition. These words have to be learnt by entrants, who will then gather at competitions in their areas, namely Zululand, North Coast, Durban central, Pietermaritzburg or the South

Coast, to spell their way to glory. The competition is open to grade 10 and 11 pupils (one from each grade – ie two per school) from previously disadvantaged schools who speak English as a second language. There are hundreds of thousands of rands in prizes up for grabs, including a full medical bursary, a business bursary and a bursary to study journalism. Teachers and schools also Is your child achieving great things academically or in sport? Write for us using the Citizen Journalism tool at www.stangerweekly.co.za

Pupils ‘get loose’ to shake out the tension before spell­ ing starts at the Zululand Spelling Bee 2013.

receive prizes for producing the top spellers. The words for the KZN Premier Spelling Bee 2014 will be printedinthefirstweekofMay, with the competitions taking place in July. Entry forms can be found in this week’s issue of your Fever, Echo or Weekly titles. Entry forms will run until mid-June. For more information on the event, contact Sharmaine Smith on 082 496 0617 or Vusi Mthalane on 079 389 5205.

The winner of the Zululand Spelling Bee 2013, Monitor Nyawo, as he is announced the champion. Monitor took away thou­ sands of rands in book, cash and bursary prizes with his successful spelling of the word ‘omniscient’.

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FEVER Attention all rural schools/schools with English as a second language Rural/previously disadvantaged schools are invited to enter their top two (2) English spellers from Grade 10 and Grade 11 (one from each grade) into the KZN Premier Spelling Bee North Coast regional event, to be held in June/July 2014 (Date and venue to be confirmed, keep reading your local newspaper to find out the details!) Words to be learnt for the North Coast Spelling Bee will be published in the 2 May 2014 edition of the Sta nger Weekly, Coastal Weekly & Ballito Fever.

Prizes: Cash prizes, book hampers, stationery hampers, bursaries and goodie bags for the top spellers, schools and teachers! To enter: Complete the entry form found in this local newspaper and fax it to us at 0865344256, or email it to kznspellingbee@media24.com OR Send us the below information via email, kznspellingbee@media24.com OR fax, 0865344256. * School name, school address, English teacher’s name and contact details, registration number of your school, district of your school * Full names of your two spellers * Both spellers’ ID numbers OR copy of birth certificate * Entries are limited per regional event * Get your entries in early to ensure your spot at the 2014 North Coast Spelling Bee * Entries close on 13 June 2014

ENTRY FORM Please fill in all the following sections and send it to us via email, kznspellingbee@media24.com, OR fax it to 0865344256.

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Old Mutual Tongaat hosted a lucky draw. Pictured is the winner Peru­ mal Naicker with his wife Parady Naicker and grandchild Tia. Handing over the hamper, is Old Mutual franchise principal Namy Naidoo. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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phakathi esihlanganise iminyango kahulu­ meni edingwa kakhulu wumphakathi njen­ gamaphoyisa, ezenhlalakahle, ezolimo, ezangaphakathi nezemidlalo nobuciko. So­ na sizodla u­R13 million. UmNyango wezemiDlalo nobuCiko usuwethembise nokwakha umtapo wezincwadi kule ndawo ozobiza u­R8 million. Uzokwakhiwa now­ aseQhudeni. Inkampane yakwaSasol, isan­ da kwakhela intsha yakulendawo isikhungo esinamahhovisi namagumbi okufundela ubuchwepheshe bamacomputer nokunye. Lezi zinhlelo zentuthuko ziholwa nguMnuz MthokoziMchunuonguthishaoyisakhamuzi sase Nkungumathe.


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PROTEC pupils enjoy exciting holiday programme Pupils at the bridge building initia­ tive. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

KAVEEL SINGH THE April holidays were full of activity for PROTEC pupils who participated in a variety of workshops. “In today’s technological world computer literacy is essential and our aim is to ensure that every learner on our programme is equipped with these vital skills,” said Marion Takis, PROTEC Tongaat manager. Grade 10 pupils, who all joined PROTEC this year, attended a beginners computer workshop where they learnt to use a number of computer programmes including Microsoft Word, Excel, Power Point and the Internet. For many of these pupils it was the first time they had touched a computer. The grade 11 pupils participated in a bridge building workshop. “The aim of PROTEC is to prepare young people, with the interest and ability, for successful entry into engineering, science and technological careersandthebridgebuildingworkshop gave the pupils the opportunity to test their skills and aptitude in engineering concepts,” said Takis.

Using 25 strips of balsa wood and Pratley Quickset, pupils had to design and build a bridge that could carry a heavyload.Thewinningteamcarried a load of 25kg closely followed by the runner’s up who managed 22kg. Both

Life Science. They also attended a CV writing and career awareness workshop. The highlight of the holiday programme was a visit to the Science and Technology Education Centre at

teams will participate in the SAICE KZN Schools Bridge Building Competition in August. The grade 12's focused on academic enrichmentattendingextratuition in Math, Physical Science and

UKZN Westville where Grade 10 and 11 pupils enjoyed a day of “fun with physics”. Talks included, “Quantum is good for you” by Professor Petruccione, “The unusual nature of Nature” by Dr Yacoob and “Unlocking secrets of the Sun and the deep Earth by measuring the Earth’s magnetic field” by Dr McCreadie. The highlight of the day was a science show by Dr Reinhardt and a fascinating chemistry demonstration. The pupils also spent time ‘playing’ withtheinteractivegamesandvisited the geology museum. The Grade 12's also enjoyed informative presentation by the College of Engineering,ScienceandAgriculture and the College of Health Sciences to help them with their career decisionmaking. “All these programmes are designed to prepare these young people for successful integration into the work place in general and technological and engineering fields in particular,” said Takis.

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tor Nyawo ofunda ugrade 12 eKhandlela High School eSikhawini kanti ngo­2012 wayephume isibili. Uphumelele ukupela igama elithi ‘omniscient’.

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JALO uma sekufike iPhasika, ngiyaye ngidabukele kakhulu abefundisi, izinceku zikaNkulunkulu ezakhetha umsebenzi engikholwa ukuthi unzima ngaphezu kwayo yonke eminye, ngisho owejaji lasenkantolo imbala. Lo mcabango ungifikele ngesikhathi umngani wami uNyikinyibhoxo engibuza ukuthi ngiyaya yini nangalonyakaePhasikeni.Ngimphendule ngaphandle kokunanaza ngathi ngizoya. Ungibuze ukuthi ngiyokwenzani, ngathula ngangamphendula ngoba ngimazi kahle unkabimalanga uma ezongichukuluza. Unele wabona ukuthi ngiyamziba, wazamulela phansi, washaya sengathi uzikhulumela yedwa wathi: “Wenza kahle mntakaVezi ungizibe ngoba vele awazi uzongiphendula uthini.” Umngane wami-ke uyilenhlobo engazibeki. Kuthe kusenjalo kwafika omunye umngani wethu esakhula naye, waphuma eceleni njengojosaka wayofundela ubufundisi. Esikoleni wayekhaliphe ngendlela eyisimanga umngane wethu lo, eziphuzela kwimathematics kangangoba othisha babemkhuthaza ukuthi afundele ubudokotela, kodwa waqeda enyuvesi waqonda eFederal Theological Seminary (Fedsem) eMgungundlovu wayofundela ubufundisi. Abaningi banele bambona eyofundela ubufundisi, bezwakala bencinciza bathi: ‘Mm! what a waste!! wasted brains’. Akahlalanga isikhathi eside umnganiwethulo.Usibingelelenje,waxoli-

sa ngokusiphazamisa, sancokola kancane washeshe wasishiya wathi umatasatasa kulezi zinsuku ubuyekeza intshumayelo azoyethula enkonzweni yaseNtabeni. “Yini entsha osazoyishumayela abangayazi abantu,” kubuza uNyikinyibhoxo kumfundisi. Ngenhlanhla umfundisi uyamazi uNyikinyibhoxo njengoba ngishilo ukuthi sakhula ndawonye. Umane wathi: “Wugodle lowo mbuzo wakho, ngizokuphendula kahle emva kwePhasika. Angifuni lutho oluzongiphazamisa manje. Angiwugwemi umubuzo wakho, kodwa ngifuna ukukuphendula kahle nginesikhathi ngoba ngibazi kahle labantu abacabangisa okwakho,” esho ezihlekela evalelisa. Okusicacele sinoNyikinyibhoxo, nesisale sikubhunga saze sahlukana, ubulukhuni beZwi athe umengameli umnike lona kuleliPhasika, okungelokuqala kwayi-7 ashiwo yiNkosi uJesu ilenga esiPhambanweni eKhalvari. Cishe wonke umuntu uyalazi leliZwi lokuqala elithi: “BABA BATHETHELELE NGOBA ABAKWAZI ABAKWENZAYO”. Izincithabuchopho zeVangeli zivame ukuthi alikho iZwi eliyinkinga njengaleli. “Kusafanele ngelinye ilanga kube nenkonzo enkulu yokuthandazela bona abefundisi uqobo lwabo,” kusho uNyikinyibhoxo, “ngoba unzima lo msebenzi wabo. Abezwa abantu. Izinceku zikaNkulunkulu zikhuluma zize zikhihlize amagwebu kuze kushe

Bahlalele ovalweni abaKwaDukuza ngempi yabamatekisi XOLANI NXUMALO

Ukudubulana bukhoma ihora lonke kosomatekisi erenke la KwaDukuza ngoLwesihlanu, sekwenze izingane zesikole nothisha nabasebenza kuleli dolobha bahlalela ovalweni ngokuphepha kwabo. Lesi simo okuthiwa siphakathi kososeshini bamatekisi balapha singase siphazamise nezinkonzo zephasika njengoba ziqala kule mpelasonto. Kuyaziwa ukuthi amakholwa amabandla onkeathembelekakhulukuloluhlobolwezokuthuthaukuya ezinkonzweni ezisezindaweni ezikude neziseduze. Ngaphandle kwamakholwa, nabafundi bazophazamiseka ngoba inhlamvu kayikhethi ukuthi umuntu ungumgibeli noma uyazihambela nje noma ungusomatekisi. Lombango wosomatekisi uke wathi gozololo ngesikhathi uNgqongqoshe wezokuThutha nezokuPhepha esifundazweni saKwazulu-Natal kusengu Jenene Bheki Cele, kodwa manje usulokhu uqubuka ubuye ulothe.

CISHE WONKE UMUNTU UYALAZI LELIZWI LOKUQALA ELITHI: “BABA BATHETHELELE NGOBA ABAKWAZI GUY VEZI ABAKWENZAYO”

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amazwi, zishumayeza abantu abanenkani. Kungena ngapha, kuphume ngapha,” isho ikhomba into kaMagaye, iNkom ‘esengwa ilele. Uthi uma nje abantu bengase balalele abefundisi uma beshumayela ngokuthanda umakhelwane, izingane zihloniphe abazali, kungabi khona ukubulalana, ukuzondana, umona, zingaphela zonke lezi zinxushunxushu ezikhona emhlabeni. Umfo kaCele ungikhumbuze umthandazo wamaWeseli othi: “Nkulunkulu Somandla ongunaphakade, owenza izimangaliso ezinkulu. Hlisela bonke abefundisi beVangeli lakho, naphezu kwamabandla abawaphetheyo

umoya ophilisayo.” Kube khona nomunye othi: “Nkulunkulu Somandla, Mthombo wakho konke ukulunga, siyakuthandaza ngokuthobekileyo ukuba ubusise onke amakhosi nezinduna, nalabo abanamandla okwahlulela zonke izindaba zale lizwe. Bahambise kukho KONKE OKULUNGILEYO uze ubangenise embusweni wakho ongunaphakade.” Ngiyamvumela okaCele ukuthi uma nje singase sibambelele kule migomo yokuphila, sibambelele kuyo ngeqiniso, kungaba nokuthula emhlabeni. Nezinceku zeNkosi, zingaphumula ekuphenduleni imibuzo ethi: “Uphi loNkulunkulu enimthandazayo?”

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CLASSIFIEDS BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET

HOUSES FOR SALE

HOUSES FOR SALE

HOUSES FOR SALE

SITUATION VACANT

SITUATION VACANT

TO let – 20smq mini factories R800.00 pm, rainbow Centre opp Waterloo, Verulam. Tel: 032-533 1324 / 082 905 9631.

Tongaat- Rental 1 bedroom outbuilding @ R2750 excl 2 bedroom flat @ R3850 excl 2 bedroom flat f/fitted @ R4400 excl Call Selva 083 703 8665 or 084 512 5896 (o) 032 944 3203

VERULAM Dawncrest/ Trenance Park Vacant land ReZoned General Commercial with passed plans for shops on ground floor and flats above R995 000 NEG REDCLIFFE – f/standing 4 beds, lounge, kitchen, bic, fenced R475 000 neg. CANELANDS – vacant land +-3000sq meters overlokking the R102. R800 000 neg VERULAM Suriya Hts 3 Beds bic, lounge, ff kitchen, s/cport, fenced and gated R500 000 urgent Oaklands Flat 2 beds bic, lounge, ff granite top kitchen R395 000 RIYADH 3 Beds, bic, open plan lounge/d/ room, ff granite top kitchen, d/lug, walled and gated R849 000 TEMPLE VALLEY 3 Bed, lounge, d/room, ff kitchen needs TLC R550 000 TO view call Gan Reddy on 032-943 3981 or 082 441 9012 THINKING of selling your property then call me Gan Reddy on 082 441 9012 or 032-943 3981

Flat to let – Coastal Manors – 2 beds, main ensuite with aircon, open plan lounge, dining, f/f kitchen. R3800 exc lights & water. Urgent sale – vacant land, Gandhinagar – 1090 square metres. R475 000.00. Contact: Venesh – 032-944 1147 (o/h) or 083 6555 990.

GRADE B, C & D Security Officers required for new business contract at Dube Tradeport. Must be fluent in English & live in Tongaat, Verulam or surrounding area. Nisha – 081 895 9030 for an interview or e-mail C.V to logistics@ reactionunitsa.co.za

tion: Essential: Matric, code 8 driver’s licence, computer literate in MS Word/ Excel/ Pastel/ Powerpoint. Preferred: B.Com degree or diploma in an Accounting related field. Experience: Essential: Minimum for three years of relevant experience required. Duties – General Accounting related functions which inter alia include, pay & leave administration, receipting and payments, maintaining financial records and preparing for internal and external audit. General office administration. Marketing and public relations. A salary of R84k – R100k is negotiable based on relevant experience and competence. Applicants must submit a brief C.V to: The Secretary, P.O. Box 135, Tongaat, 4400. Telephone: 032944 1514 Fax: 032-944 1225 or email: tcw@ telkomsa.net Closing date: 25/04/2014. Should we not contact you consider your application unsuccessful.

FLAT FOR SALE CLIFTON Heights – new phase, 2 bedrooms, kitchen, open plan lounge & dining area, balcony, very secure. Price: R500 00.00. 084 945 1985. FLATS TO LET VILLAGE Mews – stunning 2 bedroom unit, open plan lounge & dining room, fully fitted kitchen & rooms with built-in cupboards, fully air-conditioned with laminate flooring & porcelain tiles, two bathrooms with modern fittings, single carport. R4 500 excl. Call: 082 500 7060. Flat – 2 bedrooms – Tongaat, High Street. R3 300.00 excl. Call 032-944 3248 or email: Dharamnaidoo@gmail. com FOR HIRE Funbouncer, Activity castles, Slides, Winnie the Pooh, Barbie, Ben 10, Spiderman, Barney, Cars, Strawberry shortcake. Kids rides & tables/chairs, Popcorn, Candyfloss, Bubble, chocolate machines. Cupcakes stands & birthday banner. 031530 7752 / 031-507 5899 / 083 469 8417, kzngroup@telkomsa. net / www.kznjumpingcastles.co.za FOR SALE LADIES clothing – branded/ ordinary. Cheaper than store price. For pics/ prices add me on whatspp or tel: 084 020 6935. URGENT sale – household furniture & appliances for sale, owner downsizing. 084 702 3189/ 032- 944 1867.

LOTUSVILLE, Verulam – 3 b/rooms with en-suites, f/f kitchen, lounge, dining, study, toilet, d/lug, f/air conditioned, pool, f/walled. Must see. R2.2m. BELVEDERE – 3 b/ rooms, L/D/K, bath. R550 000. BELGATE – 3 b/rooms, l/d/k, bath, lug new phase. R450 000 BRAKE Village – 2 b/ room, l/k, toilet, bath. R450 000. OAKLANDS – Verulam – 3 b/rooms, L/D, f/f kitchen, bic, in 3 b/ rooms, 2 baths, lug. R750 000. LA MERCY – Valley Road 1010sqm, vacant land R350 000 BELGATE – vacant land, Gemstone Dr. R155 000 BELGATE – land, new phase, 564 sqm R135 000 DESAINAGAR – vacant land, gated estate. R420 000 BELGATE – new phase, 2 b/r, l/d/k, bath, lock-up garage. R395 000 SANDFIELDS – 3 b/ rooms, mes, lounge, dining, f/f kitchen, bath, lock-up garage, fully walled. R850 000. TO Let: SHOP – Watson Str, next to Jimsons R3 750 pm FLATS – 2 b/room, L, K, bath. From R2 800 pm. Exclusive venue hire – Central Tongaat. Web: www.krinaleventscentre.co.za K. NAIDU & Associates, Suite 5 & 6, KNA Centre, 1 Watson Street, Tongaat. Tel :032-944 5001 / 082 939 1814.

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Tongaat 2 bedroom flat @ R420 000 3 bedroom house @ R625 000 3 bedroom flat flat f/fitted @ R725 000 2 bedroom flat @ R525 000 2 bedroom flat fully fitted @ R695 000 Tongaat 4 bedroom house, 2x en suites, 2x lounges D/K +LUG A/C + Alarm @ R1.25 m Belvedere 3 bedroom house @ R595 000 Seatides 3 bedroom house /l/d/k @ R1.2m 6 bedroom house all ensuites, 2 x lounges + many extras + b & b potential @ R1.95m South Beach Road 2 bedroom flat @ R 750 000 or rent @ R3850 excl

Suite 13b Ganies Mall, 285 Gopalall Hurbans Road LA MERCY – South Dunes Road vacant land sea faceing +- 3000 sqm municipal value R2.5 million urgent sale selling for R1.5 million for development. Central Tongaat – 2 bed flat @ R520 000.00 Call Lazarus : 082 476 0461/ Sam: 073 589 0143/ Office: 032 944 1003

TONGAAT FRASERS FARM 4 Hectares R995 000 TONGAAT Central flat 3 beds bic mes, lounge, d/room, ff granite top kitchen 130sq meters R895 000 LA MERCY Vacant land from R395 000 PARKGATE 3 Beds, lounge, d/room, kitchen bic, fenced and gated R595 000

TONGAAT Property Central – R695 000, 2 bed unit, bic, f/f kitchen, in gated complex. Flat – R550 000, 2 bed unit, fitted kitchen with a bic. Maliga – 083 461 5738 / www.tongaatproperty. co.za

VIJAY AGENCIES GEORGE 082 648 2711 KALESH 083 246 7535 NTUTHUKU Street, Hambanati @ R550 000.00 ASTER Terrace, Buffelsdale @ R595 000.00 VILLAGE Mews @ R695 000.00 WALLANCE Street, Belvedere @ R995 000.00 (investment property – divided into 4 flats, Rental income R8 000.00pm) RAJASTAN Road, Belvedere @ R550 000.00 KALDON Mews @ R595 000.00/ Rental income R4 500.00 DOCTOR’S property in Vanrova. Newly renovated. 3 b/r, l/k/b + 2 toilets, d/lug + storeroom. Fully fenced, burglar guards + alarm. R750 000.00 o.n.c.o. Contact Steve – 083 267 8614. Watsonia – 3 b/r, mes, garage R695k. Maidstone Village – 3 b/r, f/f kitchen, o/blg R950k & 3 b/r & o/blg R875k. Desainagar - 4 b/r, 2 x mes, 3 lug, pool, many extras, full seaviews. Flat – High Street – 2 br/r, fully fitted R550k. Flat – Buckingham – 3 b/r. R325k. B.D.M Properties – 083 633 6059/ 032-945 2514. FLAT to let – Vijay Mansions – 2 ½ bedrooms. R3 500 excl lights & water. Duplex to let – Village Mews, 2 bedrooms with bic, lounge, dining room, toilet, shower, fully tiled, double carport, gated complex. R4 250.00 exc lights & water.

HOUSES TO LET SURIYA Heights, Verulam – 2 bedrooms, t/b, open-plan kitchen, dining & lounge, fully fitted, hob & oven with granite tops. 032-945 51150/ 084 553 8252. OUTBUILDING to let – 2 rooms, k/t/b & carport in Belgate. Tel: 032-945 1836/ 073 458 1266. MITHANAGAR – 2 bedrooms, lounge, balcony, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, 1 carpark. Rental R3 500 negotiable incl electricity & water. 032-945 1686 BELVEDERE – large 3 bedroom house, open plan lounge, dining, kitchen, shower, toilet. 084 555 9074. GANDHI’S Hill – 3 b/rm, f/f, ensuite, t/b, o/plan l/d, f/f kit with stove & granite tops. R4 100.00 excl. Watsonia – 1 b/ rm, k/t/b, singles. R2 200.00 incl. 084 555 9484/ 032-945 3457. APARTMENT to let – Ghandi’s Hill – Tongaat, 2 bedrooms, o/plan l/k, t/b, fenced & gated. 032-944 1959/ 082 453 3553. CHELMSFORD Hts, Tgt – 2 rooms, K/T/B, fenced, tiled. R2 200.00 excl. 074 627 8363/ 032-944 2977. 3 BEDROOM house for rent in Belvedere. Deposit R5 000. Rent R2 500 p/m excluding water & electricity. Klemmy – 083 809 1358 after 18h00 only. OUTBUILDING to let – Metcalfe Park, Tongaat – two rooms, kitchen with units and stove, bathroom and toilet with lights and water. R2 500.00. fully tiled, separate entrance, fully fenced, burglar guards and alarm system. To view: Phone: 032-944 2506/ 083 587 1695. LOANS ARE you drowning in debt??? Pay from as little as R250.00 per month towards all your accounts. Immediate relief. We also remove garnishees. Call Siva – 078 5450 850 / 032-533 7894, Savy – 078 595 1978.

LOST AND FOUND MISSING Dog – My Alstion is missing from Belvedere. She is black & short, has fine hair with brown eyes. About a year old. Responds to the name Alison. Sugen – 083 242 9921/ 032944 1688/ Logan – 074 583 6663.

RESPONSE Officers, Controllers & Inspectors required for a security company based in Verulam. Must have relevant qualifications & experience. Nisha – 081 895 9030 for an interview or e-mail C.V to logistics@ reactionunitsa.co.za PROMOTER – to work twice a week, flexi hours and must be able to cross sell different alcoholic drinks. Manager – manage & oversee the operations of a busy liquor outlet and must be computer literate. Supervisor/ duty manager – ability to supervise staff and handle cash/ banking. Applications should preferably be from the Tongaat and surrounding areas, previous applicants need not apply. Training would be provide. Liquor store knowledge, experience and own transport essential with traceable references. Please forward current C.V (maximum 2 pgs) via Fax: 086 6485 866 or email to chemsfod@ iafrica.com PROPERTY development company in Ballito requires: Financial Accountant with relevant degree & min 2 yrs working experience in financial environment. Accounting Clerk – matriculant with maths and accounting with min 2 yrs, pastel experience. Email: usha@greenmile.co.za Tel: 032-946 3390. DSTV Installers T.V and Audio Technicians. Contact: 082 783 4421. VACANCY – Receptionist/ Admin Assistant - We are looking for an efficient, dedicated, dynamic and self-motivated Admin Assistant/ Receptionist for our office. Key requirements include excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong administrative and organisational skills and sound knowledge of MS Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint). Matric plus 2 years experience in a receptionist/ admin position is essential. The candidate must have a clear ITC and criminal record. If you meet all of the above criteria then please forward your C.V to sugangov@ tongaatautoindustries. co.za or fax to 032-945 1214. Working hours: Mon – Fri 07:00am to 05:00pm. QUALIFIED machinists & supervisor needed for clothing cmt in Mithanagar, Tongaat. Contact: 084 794 6665. TONGAAT Child and Family Welfare Society – Administrator – Applications are invited from suitable qualified persons for the above vacancy. Requirements: Educational Qualifica-

TRANSPORT TRANSPORT required from Tongaat to Durban, mon – fri, 07:00am to 04:00/ 04:30 p/m. 084 7388 703. SATURDAY only transport required 8am – 1pm. 072 744 8116. VEHICLE FOR SALE 2000 Toyota Corolla RXI 6 speed, sound system, good condition, extras. R75 000 neg. 074 580 5454.

Deadline for Classified advertising is Tuesday, 3pm. Call Emma on 032 945 2903 ADVERTISING We regret we cannot accept responsibility for an incorrect insertion of an advertisement. If errors do occur, they should be reported immediately on 032-945 2903 No repeat advertisement or credit will be given for small typographical errors which do not lessen the value of the advertisement.

VACANCY

CELROSE CLOTHING MAINTENANCE MANAGER Purpose of the job: To plan, maintain and develop equipment, machinery and plant to minimize production losses, ensuring all are met within maintenance budget guidelines and conform to OHASA. • Minimize plant and machinery breakdowns. • Ensure plant and machinery conform to safety standards. • Control departmental expenses. • Manage the maintenance, workshop, laundry and electrical teams. Requirements: Qualifications: • Matric • Maintenance qualification eg. Electrical, electronics, technical Experience: • 3-6 years experience in maintenance • 3-6 years experience in maintenance supervision CLOSING DATE: Tuesday, 22 April 2014 Celrose Clothing 25 Walter Reid, Rd, Maidstone, Tongaat Fax: 032-945 3984 Tel: 032-4387 300 Email: bmaharaj@celrose.co.za Should you not have heard from us within 14 days, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

VACANCY

CELROSE CLOTHING ELECTRICIAN Purpose of the job: To install, repair and maintain all electrical equipment and machinery timeously, ensuring plant, machinery and equipment conforms to OHASA standards. • Install, repair and maintain all electrical equipment (including aircons) and machinery timeously and accurately. • Ensure all distribution boards and new installations are properly installed and labelled. • Ensure legislative compliance adhered to at all times. Requirements: Qualifications: • Matric • Electrical qualification eg. Electrical, electronics, technical degree/ diploma or • Qualified electrical artisan’s certificate. Experience: • 3-6 years experience • 1-2 years experience in supervision Closing date: Tuesday 22 April 2014 Celrose Clothing 25 Walter Reid Rd, Maidstone, Tongaat Fax: 032-945 3984 Tel: 032-438 7300, Email: bmaharaj@celrose.co.za Should you not have heard from us within 14 days, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

TO ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDS PAGE CALL EMMA ON 032 945 2903


Comrade’s substitutions open WEEKLY REPORTER COMRADES Marathon runners who were unable to enter the 2014 race during the official entry period from 1 September to 30 November 2013, now have an opportunity to still be part of the world’s biggest and oldest ultra-marathon through the official 2014 substitution pro-

cess in April. The Comrades Marathon Association’s (CMA) substitution rule allows for a runner who has not entered to substitute an entrant who has withdrawn, or intends to withdraw from the 2014 edition of the race. The Comrades Marathon Substitution Rule was introduced for the

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first time in 2012 and now forms part of the CMA’s official race rules. The substitution process officially opened on 1 April and closes on 30 April. The completed application forms as specified in the substitution rule must reach the CMA office by 30 April and there will be no extension

of this deadline. Athletes still intending to submit substitution application forms are advised to visit the official Comrades Marathon website at www.comrades.com for the downloadable forms and the comprehensive list of rules and regulations which govern the process. Race director, Rowyn James,

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said: “The substitution rule has been well received by our runners over the past two years and will ensure that there are a higher number of starters outside the Pietermaritzburg City Hall on 1 June.”

MOUNT EDGECOMBE Reunion to embrace past

>> This event will kick start the birth of a new sporting giant WEEKLY REPORTER

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REUNION of Mount Edgecombe residents, inclusive of the sugar estates and Mount Edgecombe Secondary School is been organised by Mount Edgecombe Sporting Club and Young Sprinboks Football Club on Saturday, 12 April at 2pm at the Shri Mariammen Temple grounds. This event will kick start the birth of a new sporting giant, Mount Edgecombe Springboks FC, which is a merger of the two clubs. The reunion of the people of Mount Edgecombe will celebrate this historic event. Mount Edgecombe was originally a sugar estate named after the 7th Earl of Edgecombe by Captain William Smeardon. Smeardon was instrumentalinbuilding MountEdgecombein 1860. Indentured labourers from all parts of India were employed in the sugar cane fields and later in the sugar mill itself. At the end of 1876 the sugar mill was acquired by a Mauritian named Langlois. In 1878 the mill was taken over by Natal Sugar Limited and in 1895, Natal Estates Ltd. The last owner was the Tongaat Hulllet Group until 1994, when the sugar mill closed. Thecommunitywillhaveachancetoreflect on beautiful memories including the trials and tribulations of the past and reflect on how their

t is an opportunity for the youth to learn about history of their families and their hardship during earlier times and to appreciate the contributions of the indentured...

lives have progress. It is an opportunity for the youth to learn about history of their families and their hardship during earlier times, and to appreciate the contributions of the indentured labourers of the Mount Edgecombe area and give them the due recognition and praise they deserve for shaping their future. It is also a coming together of all race groups that contributed to the success of the area in someformoftheother.Thesugarestatesincluding Hillhead, Waterloo, Saccharine, Blackburn, Burnside, Cornubia, Westbrook, New Cottage and among others, form an integral part of this magnificent area.

Mount Edgecombe Springboks FC will be publishing a brochure on football in the near future and there is a call for photographs, articles and information from the community to be included in the brochure. There is also a call for photographs, articles and information of families and the people of Mount Edgecombe area to be in a book entitled: “Sons of the Soil-Tracing the Ancestral Roots of MountEdgecombe”,whichisaworkinprogress by Patchee Naicker. The book focuses on the lives of our people, including sport, culture religion and music. A fun filled and bumper reunion is anticipat-

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Tel: 032 944 5001 • Cell: 082 939 1814 Web: www.krinaleventscentre.co.za

Weddings . Parties . Receptions

15 & 16 Day Memorial Ceremony of the late

The sadness never goes away, the silent tears still flow we miss your strong presence, witty sense of humour, your priceless advice and your ability to rise to the occasion. It has been a privilege & honour to have you in our lives. We will always love & cherish your memories forever. Rest in peace until we meet. Dearly missed by your family & friends. Inserted by your daughter Mrs Gonum Dhaver

AUM NAMO NARAYANA

YEARLY MEMORIAL CEREMONY IN LOVING MEMORY OF

THE LATE MRS KUPPAMMAL MOODLEY 10 TOWER ROAD, WATSONIA, TONGAAT

AUM SAI RAM

HAPPY HEAVENLY 85th BIRTHDAY PA MR A. NAYAGER (RAJOO AKA ZAMA ZAMA)

ed with lots of entertainment for the family and prizes. There will be lots of stalls available and meals will be provided. Entertainment will be providedbyMountEdgecombeLegends,Luxmi Ragaam, Atomic Ash/Shackles, Freedom Entertainment Spectacular-Rohann Ramkissoon, thelegendaryVella,JackandSagieKiston,Eastern Shadows and many other great artists and groups. Security is provided by VIP SECURITY. For further information contact Patchee Naicker on 074 134 9016, Chris Nair on 082 878 8349, Sydney Gunass on 072 444 9140, Mike Munsamy on 031-539 3969, Rodgers Mariemuthoo Naidoo on 074 859 3709.

MRS MOONIAMMA CHETTY

Ma our sadness never goes away the silent tears still flow at the thought of you, you are sadly missed more than you will ever know, but now you are with the Angels safe and sound in heaven above. We hold on to the memories and treasure them with love. Yet special times without you makes us wonder why God took you away from us. It was too soon to say goodbye but your memories are precious and will be with us forever.

Date: Time: Venue:

Monday 21st April 2014 10:30am 10 Tower Road, Watsonia, Tongaat

Happy 30th Birthday in Heaven

KERASAN GOVENDER (PORKY) 07.04.1984 to 17.02.2003 I wish you were here today even for just a little while so I could say Happy Birthday “son” and see your beautiful smile.

God saw her getting tired, a cure was not to be. He wrapped his loving arms & whispered “come with me”. She suffered much in silence, her spirit did not blend. She faced her pain with courage, until the very end. She tried so hard to stay with us but her fight was not in vain, God took her to His loving home & freed her from the pain...

The only gifts today will be the gifts you left behind; The laughter, joy and happiness... precious memories...the best kind.

Date: Sunday 20th April 2014 Time: 19:00pm – 20:00pm Venue: Flat SD, Door 2, Flamingo Heights. Supper will be served from 17:30pm

I’ll sit quietly and look at your picture thinking of you with love; hoping you’re doing ok in Heaven up above.

Your presence will be highly appreciated. Sadly missed by her family & friends.

Today I’ll do my very best to try and find a happy place... struggling to hide my heavy heart and the tears on my face.

May the angels hold you close and sing you a happy song... and I’ll be sending wishes to you today and all year long.

From The Govender family


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Take a run this Easter WEEKLY REPORTER

>> Falcons Runners at Two Oceans Marathon Talk

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LD Mutual hosted a preTwo Oceans Marathon talk at the Beverly Hills Hotel on 10 April . ThetalkwaspresentedbyUltra Marathon icon Bruce Fordyce who shared his wisdom on ultra-distance running andhowtonavigatethroughthe Two Oceans Marathon route with ease. He also gave insight on current thoughts on nutrition which is a move away from carbo-loading to sourcing energy from proteins and fats. Blue number runners Amres Moodley and Yunus Doba who were invited to the function were impressed with Fordyce's advice. Moodley commented that earning his Blue Number due to running 10 Two Oceans only gives you enriched experience but listening to Bruce Fordyce was a breath of fresh air going forward.

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THE uMhlanga Easter Trail Run takes place on Easter Sunday, 20 April with three distances to choose from the 16km, 10km and the 5km. Three routes will have you meandering through bush, beach and cane fields. Gravel roads, single tracks, river and lagoon crossings along with a stretch of beach will certainly challenge all participants. According to the race director Buzz Bolton the 16km run that will have you wading through two rivercrossingsandabridgecrossing. If 16km is too daunting, then one can sign up for the 10km run or walk or the other option is to take part in the pleasant 5km run or walk that involves negotiating a spectacular forest. There is one start at 6am for the three distances, with the start at the Millennium Stage on the uMhlanga Promenade. Registration can be done from 5am near the start or with ROAG on their website. Bolton said the run should be fantastic for everyone that gets involved.“We have brought in the shorter distance in the hope of ap-

pealing to entry level trail runners and fit families that enjoy the outdoors as a family. The 10km trail will be non-technical and fast. This will offer comfort to any Comrades runners who fear twisting an ankle. “The longer route will take runners over the spectacular N2 footbridge and through a refreshing bush section,” Bolton said. Peter Rose, the chairman of uMhlanga Tourism enthused, “Thisracejustkeepsgettingbetter and better. Hundreds of runners converge on our town to discover the interesting surrounds that we have. It seems that every single race we keep having a record number of entrants and I certainly hopewedosoforthisraceaswell.” There is an entry fee for all distances and the winners for each category will win a prize. Entry is through ROAG on www.roag.co.za or manual registration on the morning from 5am. For more info, visit www.umhlangafestival.co.za The entry fee for the respective races are as follows: 16km R120 Late entry R130 10km R100 Late entry R110 5km R50 late entry R60.

Kallis ousted by young gun? berth. Lynn is a 24-year-old Queenslander who did well for Brisbane Heat in last season’s Big Bash and earned his first two T20 international caps for the Aussies against the touring England side – although his CV is infinitely lighter than that of much-travelled Test icon Kallis. Wisden India (www.wisdenindia.com) has done an exercise suggesting which overseas players are likely to be preferred in ideal “first XIs” among the eight IPL franchises. “Kolkata’s batting appears thin and lacking in firepower, but with Narine and Morkel in the (bowling) mix, it will be difficult to rely only on overseas batsman ... (they might)takethedebatablecallofincluding the raw Lynn over legendary Kallis.” Whether that happens too quickly remains to be seen, given top-order stalwart Kallis’s additional value as a seamer and the excellence of his catching, even if his mobility in the field may be waning a little with advancing age. It is possible KalTONGAAT • Tel: 032 944 1449 lis will be rotated duringtheeventsimply to respect his veteran status and enPLAIN sureheisathisfreshSUMMER CURTAINING TRILOBAL STRETCH est for the franchise R25.00mt R15.00 R15.00 in games where his 280CM WIDE 150CM WIDE mt NEW COLOURS experience is most needed. OPEN ON FRIDAY

THE limit on overseas players could restrict Jacques Kallis to the sidelines occasionally, according to Asian media reports as the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League gets underway in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday. Champions Mumbai Indians tackle Kallis’s Kolkata Knight Riders outfit in the tournament opener (16:30 SA time). The teams may only field a maximum of four of their overseas stars, and it seems the Knight Riders, at least initially, will definitely want to play Bangladeshi allrounder Shakib Al Hasan, plus West Indian spin maestro Sunil Narine and Kallis’s compatriot Morne Morkel in the bowling department. That would leave a toss-up between the 38-year-old, versatile Kallis, who has slashed his overall cricketingworkloadbutstillwants to feature in South Africa’s 50oversplanstothe2015WorldCup, and emerging Australian batsman Chris Lynn for the extra

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