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and we don’t expect such incidents to happen,” he said. Oakford Primary School was in the news recently as the owner of the land on which it is situatedrefusedtoallowpupils to enter through an easily accessible gate. The education department subsequently said it would expropriate the property. On Monday night, police spokesman Colonel Jay Naicker confirmed the shooting. He said the 47-year-old woman worked as an administration clerk. The motive for the killing is unknown. There have been no arrests and investigations are continuing.

outside the school when the incident occurred. Other staff were in a meeting. “We heard gunshots and rushedoutsidethinkingapupil had been shot only to see (a staff member) lying in a pool of blood,” said a witness. “He was casual about it. People who saw him say they assumed he was a parent waiting to pick up a child. He didn’t even hide his face.” This was the first incident of this nature at the former Catholic school. Provincial education spokesman Bhekisisa Mncube condemned the shooting. “A school or classroom is a holy grail for the department

CLERK from Oakford Primary School in Verulam was shot dead on Monday afternoon in full view of pupils who were walking with her to her car. According to a witness, the gunman appeared from the bushes and headed straight for the teacher at about 2.30pm as she was leaving. It is believed pupils were helping her with her bags when the man appeared. It is alleged that a scuffle ensued and he fired a shot. She fell and he then fired three more shots. The school’s bus drivers, pupils and some teachers were

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the R102 traffic lights on Inanda Road at 5.15pm and found a white Ford Figo lying on its side with two people trapped inside the car. “A second vehicle, a white Mercedes Benz was extensively damaged. RUSA Paramedics freed one victim whose hand was stuck under the car whilst the operations centre contacted other emergency services. Several other ambulance services converged on the scene to assist,” he said. Balram said that the family in the Mercedes Benz, who are residents of Brindhaven in Verulam, suffered extensive injuries. A female seated in a wheel chair broke her legs, while the other occupants suffered facial and head injuries, confirming that a female had succumb to her injuries in a private hospital in Umhlanga. “The occupants of the Ford Figo broke their hands, suffered spinal injuries and head inju-

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Snake bites pregnant teen >> Victim refused treatment at local hospital KAVEEL SINGH

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N 18-year-old pregnant girl was bitten by a two-meter black mamba in Verulam on Wednesday, 19 February. According to Reaction Unit South Africa head Prem Balram, the five months pregnant victim was bitten by the snake whilst hanging her washing outside her home in Hazelmere. “According to the family of the female,thevictim was heard screaming for helpassheraninto their home. The family member then ran to several homes in the area and finally located a phone. They then contacted Reaction Unit South Africa for assistance.” Balram stated The victim being that paramedics paramedics. and reaction officers were dispatched to the location on Hazelmere Road. “Upon arrival officers found a female lying on the floor of her home and frothing from her mouth. Her mother and siblings were hysterical and believed that the victim was about to die.” Balram added that although paramedics had arrived at the home within four minutes after receiving the callout, approximately 38 minutes had lapsed as the family had taken 34 minutes to locate a phone in the rural

Phoenix, the operations centre made doctor then asked for the patient to be area. Balram said that he interviewed contactwithMahatmaGandhiHospi- transported to Phoenix. I was thefamilywhodescribedthesnakeas tal to inform then of the patients con- shocked that the patient was ignored a twometer black mamba that had dition, but staff redirected the patient by the hospital and that the doctor onbitten the victim just above her right to Osindisweni Hospital.” ly became active when medics inBalram added that upon arriving formed him that they were recording ankle. “Whilst the victim was being treat- at Osindisweni Hospital, they re- his refusal to assist the patient on a ed, paramedics moved the patient from the ambu- mobile camera phone. made several lance and a doctor at the hospital re“Paramedics once again drove to calls to local gov- fused to attend to the patient. Phoenix with the victim, after a fur“He was visibly upset that the pa- ther 45 minutes had lapsed and adernment hospitals in an attempt tient was brought to his hospital. The mitted the patient. She was stabilised to locate the antivenom,” Balram said stating further that whilst the victim lay dying on the scene, they were pushed from one hospital to another, all claiming that REACTION UNIT SOUTH AFRICA HEAD they did not have anti-venom or could not accommodate the patient. A BBM message was then PHOTO: RUSA circulated treated by RUSA in an attempt to locate the anti-venom and Balram confirmed within minutes that it was located at Osindisweni Hospital just a few kilo51” PLASMA 3D HD TV 22” LED HD TV metres from the scene. • 600Hz Subfield “However, the doctors at • Triple XD Engine Motion Osindiswenitheninstructedus • 1 x HDMI • 2 x HDMI that the ambulance be routed • 1 x USB • 1 x USB directly to Mahatma Gandhi Hospital in Phoenix as they Model: PS51F4900ARXXA Model: 22LN4130 could not accommodate the TV License and ID required S/N 41096 S/N 40408 TV License and ID required patient. 99 99 “Whilst the ambulance was transporting the victim to

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UPON ARRIVAL OFFICERS FOUND A FEMALE LYING ON THE FLOOR OF HER HOME AND FROTHING FROM HER MOUTH. HER MOTHER AND SIBLINGS WERE HYSTERICAL AND BELIEVED THAT THE VICTIM WAS ABOUT TO DIE. PREM BALRAM

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Accidents injures several

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In another incident on Sunday, 23 February, two people were injured in an accident on the N2 south near Ballito. Botha said reports indicate that a truck lost its load of plastic on the road, a car slammed into the debris and then overturned. “Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found the two occupants at the side of the road; the highway was totally obstructed with a load of plastic and the twisted remains of the vehicle. Paramedics stabilised the injured on

AWOMANwasseriouslyinjuredinaside impact accident along the King Shaka Link Road on Tuesday, 25 February. According to Netcare 911 spokesper­ son Chris Botha paramedics arrived at the scene and found the injured female still seated in the twisted frame of the vehicle. “After she was treated on scene paramedics transported her to a local hospital.”

scene before they transported them to a local hospital for the care that they required.” ClosertohomealsoonSunday,a24­ year­old man was seriously injured in the Westbrook car park. “Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found that man lying on the ground in the car park. After they stabilised him on scene paramedics transported the man to a local hospi­ tal,” said Botha.

Phoenix robbery suspects arrested

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PHOENIX Trio Crime Unit members together with Phoenix Tactical Response Team (TRT) and Phoenix Crime Intelligence members conducted an intelligence driven operation that led to the arrest of two suspects for a business robbery and hijacking that occurred in the area. According to provincial police spokesperson Captain Thulani Zwane, during the operation police managed to recover a getaway Toyota Corolla used by the suspects and a hijacked Toyota Corolla Professional. “All these vehicles were recovgood day for me." KAVEEL SINGH ered from the KwaMashu area. The Another resident Mamai Mkhmembers also recovered a 38 speESIDENTSintheEmonaarea wanzi echoed Dube’s sentiments. cial revolver which is suspected to "We simply wanted a roof over whose homes where dambe used during the robbery at the aged in a storm in 2011 will our heads and we are happy that we garage,” said Zwane. finally have a roof over their heads will be able to provide this for our“A Toyota Corolla used as a getastheyrecentlyreceivedthemateri- selves now. It has been a long time away vehicle was also used in a als to rebuild their informal struc- coming." business robbery at Greenwood Community leader and ANC tures. Park area last week.” Municipal officials dropped off ward committee member Zamani The suspects, aged 29 and 33 the materials on Thursday, 20 Feb- Ntuli said the community was ecyears, are due to appear in the Verstatic but there were still issues that ruary. PHOTO: KAVEEL SINGH ulam Magistrate's Court facing Ecstatic residents who spoke to needed to be resolved. Zamani Ntuli, Miriam Dube and Mamazi Mkhwanzi with the building materi­ business robbery, hijacking and "This is the best news we could the Weekly said they were glad the als for their homes. possession of unlicensed firearm. material fi- have heard and we are glad this has The arrests came after four susnally got to finally happened. pects approached a cashier at a ga“I want the residents to know them. rage in the Brookdale area, Phoethat this is also temporary. Soon, Miriam nix and demanded cash on FriDube, a resi- hopefully in the next few months, day, 14 February. dent from the our own housing project will comIt is alleged that six other susarea, said she mence and we can start our develpects were waiting outside in their was proud opment proper. two getaway vehicles. "I am, however, disappointed and happy. The victim was robbed of cash "This has thatthewardcouncillorcouldnotbe and the suspects fled the scene. taken a long here today. While they were fleeing the “I have been personally mediattime to come STOCKISTS OF QUALITY FRUIT & VEG, LOOSE AT WATSON STREET, TONGAAT scene, it is alleged that they hito us and I ing with the municipality to get GRAINS, SPICES & DAIRY PRODUCTS. Everyday is (next to the Shell Garage) jacked a vehicle, a Toyota Corolla have to say these materials and it would be nice Market Day! We buy direct from farmers and markets Tel: 944 4135/944 4109 Professional, and fled the scene. that it is a to have some support from him." Two cases of 2lt Sparletta (Asst Flavours) business robbery Farm Fresh Lufers Curry Yams Farm Fresh Dhania and hijacking were opened at Phoenix police station for further investiga99 tion. ea No shots were 2 99 99 fired during the 00 6x1lt First Choice UPM for kg 31 Kyalami Park, Douglas Crowe Avenue kg robbery. Ballito - Tel: 032 946 0753 The recovered Green Peppers Tiny Beans Jam Tomatoes firearm will be sent (Fri only 28/02/14) 1/2 Lamb for ballistic tests to 99 Marinated check if it was used A2 Drumsticks in any other crime in the country. kg Coo-ee Leg Quarter The KwaZulu6x300ml Wings Natal Provincial 99 99 99 Commissioner, 99 1/2 Sheep kg .99 kg kg pk Lieutenant General from kg Mmamonnye Red Plums 6x500ml Grapes (Punnet) Golden Bananas 1.75lt Busta Ngobeni commend.99 kg (Punnet) Natures Water (Asst Flavours) ed the members for 10’s the good work they Cleaned Jumbo Burgers have done by tracHot or Med Sheep ing and arresting Heads robbery suspects. .99 She appealed to 99 99 a pack 99 99 99 the members of the ea pk ea kg community to come Fish Roes forward with inforCleaned mation that will Trotters Kebaabs kg lead to the arrest of Butternut Onions 7kg Potatoes 7kg Pocket outstanding sus7kg Pocket Pocket (Med Cooker) pects. Green Crab "This will send a per doz. Lakhis Fish stern warning that tray Leg a pkt kg Roes kg we have adopted Quarters the zero tolerance Stockists of Mutton, Poultry & Seafood. Hot/ Marinated to any sort of crimiPrawns OUR SPECIALISITY IS LAMB. Mild Spare nal activities and kg kg Sausages Specials from 27 February or while stocks Ribs ensuring that these a pkt last! CLOSED ON SUNDAYS perpetrators are reDebit & Credit cards accepted!! moved from the Offers valid from 27/02/14 - 02/03/14 community."

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parties as a representative at local level. So when you decide to vote, questions that must be asked should include local contributions to our community. But don't you think its strange and wonderful? There is a sudden burst of ser­ vice delivery. Housing projects that were an issue with the local ward councillor (to the point where thousands marched to havehimremoved)arenowcommencing. How glorious is this? Perhaps the God's have finally smiled on us and all our poverty and strife in this country will be annihilated. I now get calls from all forms of politi­ cal organisations and individuals sudden­ ly reaffirming their beliefs in helping the public. Maybe now Tongaat and Verulam will

JOSEPH Mathunjwa, Amcu president, is once again going to adhere to the mandate of his members at Impala Plati­ num Mines to embark on strike action. The union is rejecting the gold sector’s wage offer increase of eight per cent. The union is demanding a R12 500 monthly wage for underground workers and R11 500 for surface employers. The union boss seems to be under pressure from his members, with some threatening to break­away and form their ITH elections looming, the own union. Coastal Weekly has been receiv­ There have been allegations by mem­ ing many more positive respons­ bers that Mathunjwa is enriching himself es from the public. We have also had quite at the workers’ expense, which he refutes. a bit of attention from all of Whatever the reasons and mitigating your local councillors. factors, the burning question is whether Of course, we cannot talk SA is ready for another strike with the down this attention – it would rand at a five­year low trading at R10.90 obviously be very foolish of any to the dollar. The price of petrol has in­ politician to not campaign creased with another hike looming in Feb­ strongly as we build up to elec­ Innovatus ruary. tions. Impending strike action by Amcu will However, the average voter put even more pressure on our currency should ask him/herself what as investors scramble to withdraw their the track record of councillors in investments and look at more stable this town really is. These are af­ FURTHER markets. ter all individuals that were se­ EDUCATION AND Any further depreciation of the rand lected by their various political TRAINING will warrant interven­ tion from the reserve bank to protect our cur­ rency. The downward spiral of the rand has Central Tongaat a knock­on effect on Our Small class offers your child individual prices, which further and personal attention puts pressure on the poor to eke out aliving. 2014 Can other dead­lock - All ages including babies mechanisms be used to - 2 years + R700 full day - R400 half day avert strike action? - Fee includes breakfast and snack An amicable agree­ - Limited numbers ment favouring both parties needs to be ne­ gotiated, but is this Call: 084 835 3926 possible? Vijay Surujpal

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get the additional parking its needs. In fact, I think this is the time of year when the highest amount of promises are made. The promise fairy has ar­ rived...thereafter you will have another five years of them being broken. Okay, I will stop the sarcasm now. Not everyone is educated enough to understand the point of elections and its core functionality in terms of democracy. This is of course because the ANC has masterfully ensured our education sys­ temisflawedatbestforthepast20years. However, the rest of you political parties have done nothing constructive to resolve this either. Anyway, my point. You all make far too much of money for the paltry contributions to these small communities. The combination of politi­

cians in Tongaat and Verulam make at least R200 000 per month yet you are all your most visible only when elections are around the corner. A few intelligent ones see you for who youare.Whilesomeofyoumayarguenow that there has been much that you have done, the truth is that concerted efforts are minimal. Whydoyouallnotworkthishardevery other year of your five year tenure as a public representative? Whichever way you decide to look at it, we should all still vote, but we need to put far more pressure on these so­called representatives of us all. In conclusion, political affiliates, don't patronise us – we know your real agenda – money. Send your comments, question or queries to Kaveel on kaveels@gmail.com

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The battery weighs 120kg, giving the GTE a total kerbweight of 1 520kg. The GTE uses a six-speed DSG with a tripleclutch system specially developed for hybrids. Theelectricmotorisintegratedintothegearbox housing, while further hybrid components include power electronics and a charger. An electro-mechanical brake servo and an electric air-conditioning compressor make for energyefficient braking and air conditioning.

POWER The Golf GTE is driven by two engines (a 1.4litre TSI petrol and an electric motor, for a total output of 150kW/350Nm. The electric motor enables the GTE to reach speeds of 130km/h, while the TSI is capable of rocketing the hatchback from 0-100km/h in 7.6 seconds to a top speed of 217km/h. Fuel consumption is rated at a claimed 1.5 litres/100km with emissions of 35g/km and a driving range of around 933km between refuels. In electric mode, the Golf GTE can travel up to 50km. The 8.8 kWh lithium-ion battery can be charged in approximately three and a half hours from a domestic mains outlet or two and a half hours from a domestic wallbox.

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KAVEEL SINGH THE Tongaat Child Welfare encourages the public to become more empowered. In a statement this week, the society informed the public about their eight week training programme "geared to­ wards enabling members of the com­

Domestic empowerment training programme munity who participate to become em­ powered and to lead a sustainable live­ lihood". Acting social worker manager Jo Moodley said participants have indicat­ ed a willingness to become entrepre­ neurs as well as train other members in their respective communities on the skills learned at this programme. The modules covered in the course include home management, office man­

agement, baby care and nutrition, com­ puter literacy, cooking and baking as well as crafts such as beadwork and décor. Moodley said guest speakers who have special expertise in the different fields are invited to specific training ses­ sions. "Participants are also empowered with knowledge on social issues such as domestic violence and child protection as well as alternative healing such as

Indian head massage." The programme commenced in Oc­ tober 2010 and to date, 18 courses have been completed; with approximately 250 participants successfully completing the training programme and graduating. If you are interested in applying for this training programme, kindly visit the society offices at 12/14 Potgieters Hill, Tongaat and complete an application form.

Snake disrupts morning church service

Applications for this training pro­ gramme are open to everyone from all areas. You will be contacted accordingly upon completion of the application. The training sessions are conducted by Anita Maistry and takes place at the Truro Empowerment Centre in Plain Street, Tongaat. For any queries, contact the coordi­ nators Devi Naidoo or Mariam Mkhize at 032­9441514.

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ARLY morning church goers were disturbed by a 2.5 metre venomous black mamba after it made its way into their place of worship. According to Trans Natal Flying

Squad head Suren Balram who responded to calls, the snake coiled itself on a beam directly above worshippers. “Upon noticing this large snake the congregation fled frantically out of the church, whilst one church member kept his eyes on this large

snake. We received this call and immediately dispatched a response team. “Upon arrival it was established that the black mamba was firmly wedged behind the beam. Attempts weremadetosafelyremovethesnake but this proved dangerous for my

members as the snake tried to strike at them aggressively.” Balram said it was then decided that there was no other option but to shoot the snake to prevent officers being bitten by the snake. “At this stage my officers requested my final decision to destroy this

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snake. Another officer together with myself strategically placed ourselves in position and simultaneously fired at the snake directly hitting it on the head causing it to die instantly. the congregation was very pleased and thanked us repeatedly there after continued with their service.”

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Rhino youth summit coming soon KAVEEL SINGH KWAZULU-NATAL will host the first International Youth Rhino Summit this year. Bandile Mkhize, chief executive of Ezemvelo Wildlife KZN, confirmed this at the launch of the Uphondo leBhejane rhino artwork at King Shaka International Airport on Wednesday. “We are having it so that the youth can expressthemselvesonrhinopoachingissues.We have been encouraged by the youth’s interest in poaching and the kinds of things they have said about the situation we are dealing with,” he said. The summit is set to be held in September.ThegiantUphondoleBhejane–rhinohorn in Zulu – has been placed in the airport’s domestic arrivals terminal. The 4.5m-high horn is covered with cloth and artwork created by children from across the country. Colin Naidoo, communications manager for King Shaka, said, “This is a very symbolic project, and we are honoured to have this launch at our airport.”

WORLD Cancer Day was acknowledged at Hirsch’s Ballito recently with a coffee morning and guest speaker, Jaime Ernst, who heads up the Ballito Cancer Support Network. Ernst gave an update on cancer treat­ ment and the importance of early detec­ tion – and prevention. “People have got to be a lot more proactive with regards to taking care of themselves and their

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VIJAY AGENCIES OFFICE: 032-944 2729 GEORGE: 082 648 2711 KALESH: 083 246 7535 3 HOUSES – La Mercy from R2 200 000.00 – R5 500 000.00 ASTER Terrace, Buffelsdale R R650 000.00 EDMUNDSBURY Street, Belvedere – 3 b/r @ R595 000.00 AMANZIMYAMA Park – 4 b/r, (bic) with 4 garages @ R1 900 000.00 HOUSES in Metcalf ranging from R920 000.00 to R1 650 000.00 AZAD Avenue, Belvedere @ R595 000.00 with furniture FLATS for sale:

DUPLEX – urgent sale – Central Tongaat – 4 bedrooms, mes, f/f kitchen, T/B, guest toilet, lug. Price R950 000 neg. 084 478 6041 / 032-944 2706. BELVEDERE, Tgt – 3 bedrooms, ensuite, 2 x baths, jacuzzi, 2 toilets, open balcony – upstairs. Downstairs: open-plan dining, lounge & f/f kitchen. Outbuilding: 2 rooms, K/T/B, fully walled gated with carports, big yard. R950 000 Chan – 032-944 8386 after 12:00. PRIVATE sale – Verulam – Oakridge, Dawncrest, Litchie Crescent – all f/f 3 bedroom homes, L/D/K, fenced & gated, f/f tiled, very neat. R750 000.00. 084 555 9484. HOUSES TO LET HOUSE – 1 b/room, kitchen, t & b. Phone: 032-945 1856, Cell: 084 555 9244. BELVEDERE – openplan basement. R2 200 lights prepaid, working couple/ 1 child. Vee – 079 580 5130 / 032-945 3048 a/h. MAIDSTONE Village – neat 1.5 bedroom with large kitchen, toilet & shower, furnished with verandah & carport. Fully fenced with remote gates. Prefer working couple. Price: R2 800 with water & lights incl. 076 6022 165. GANDHINAGAR – to let, 1 b/room, o/p kitchen & lounge, T/B. R2 800 p/mnth incl. Tel: 076 307 4126. BELVEDERE – large 3 bedroom house, openplan lounge, dining, kitchen, shower & toilet. Telephone: 084 555 9074. OUTBUILDING to let – 22 Mita Road, Mithanagar – 2 rooms, kitchen, bathroom etc. Own geyser, fully fenced & remote gates. Rent: R2 200 plus same a damage deposit plus light (has own prepaid) water included. Available immediately. Ideally couple or single. 032943 1026/ 071 883 0055/ 083 568 2288.

FLAMINGO Heights – 2 bedrooms, K/T/B. Couples only. Contact details: 081 257 5509. CHELMSFORD Hgts – outbuilding – 2 b/ rooms, o/p L/K/D, geyser. R2 000 excl. 072 694 5168/ 032-944 7054. CHELMSFORD Heights – 3 bedroom house, bathroom & toilet for rent. Excluding lights & water. Phone: 032-9444 514. OUTBUILDING to let. Please call: 032-944 2242 / 084 240 2387. 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 / 032533 7894, Savy – 078 595 1978. SITUATION VACANT 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 RESPONSE Officers & Controllers 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 Q U A L I F I E D Hairdresser required to start on 01/04/2014. Call: 032-533 9538/ 084 526 8514/ a/h 032945 0772. SALESMAN & Saleswomen wanted for clothing store in Tongaat with experience. Wage+R500 - +-R800 weekly. 082 4871 452 call after 2pm. BEE position for finance manager in growing company. Should be a visionary person with leadership qualities & a good financial background. Qualifications & a minimum of 5 years experience required. Fax C.V’s to: 086 211 7435.

Q U A L I F I E D H a i r s t y l i s t s / Beauticians/ Nail Technicians required for very established salon in Ballito. Sms your details to 084 464 5035/ 084 562 9212 or Email: mala.g@mweb. co.za or dreuben@ telkomsa.net D.C Clothing – a shirt manufacturer in Umhlali, requires a qualified & experienced safety and flat machinists. Will pay Bargaining council rates. Call: 032-947 1456/ 084 503 4222.

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY For T.V & Audio Technician North Coast area. Enquire: 082 783 4421 PUBLIC NOTICE Mr Silwayipi Mzimela I.D No: 480115 564 9087 of Ward 7 Kwa Vuma Area (Nkumbanyuswa Tribal Authority intends to apply for a tavern liquor licence) (onsite – consumption) in terms of liquor Act No 19 of 1989. Any objections must be lodged in writing within 14 days at the Maphumulo Magistrate’s Court.

TRANSPORT DAILY lift required for school child to Crawford North Coast. Contact: 072 7448 116. WANTED JOB wanted – Account clerk, Creditors, Wages clerk – I got experienced in pastel. Hashim 084 4355 507.

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NOTICE OF ENVIRONMENTAL BASIC ASSESSMENT PROCESS PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF BHAMSHELA FILLING STATION WITH ASSOCIATED FACILITIES OR INFRASTRUCTURE, NDWEDWE LOCAL MUNICIPALITY, KWAZULU-NATAL DAEA REF NO: DC29/0002/2014 Notice is hereby given in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations published in Government Notice No.R543 to No.R545 of 2010, in terms of Section 24 (5) of the National Environmental Management Act (Act No 107 of 1998), of the initiative by Timocento (Pty) Ltd to propose the construction of a filling station with associated facilities or infrastructure in Bhamshela, Ndwedwe Local Municipality, Ilembe District, KZN. Project detail: The establishment and operation of a fuel filling station comprise of a convenience store (Bonjour) and a standard four-island starter-gate forecourt with canopy. The design and requirements will be addressed as per BAR and liaison with the provisional fuel supplier Total. The minimum capacity for fuel storage will exceed 80m3 but be less than 500m3. Location: The site is situated at portion 30 of Umvoti Location No. 4667, Bhamshela, Ndwedwe Municipality, KZN, approximately 40km to the north of Tongaat. The site is adjacent to the R614 Road to the direction of Wartburg/ Pietermaritzburg. In respect of the above, the applicant intends to submit a basic assessment report as contemplated in the Regulations (Listing Notice 1, Activity 13) to the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Agriculture & Environmental Affairs (KZN DAEA) to obtain environmental authorization Public Participation & BA Report Review: A public meeting has not been scheduled. As part of the public participation process, you are invited to review the draft Basic Assessment Report and make comments on the document. The Basic Assessment Report will be available for 40 days review from 26th March to 8th May 2014 at the following public place: The Ndwedwe Community Centre Hall (Ndwedwe Municipality) and Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions office (www.triplo4.com). Contact Details: Interested and Affected Parties (I&APʼs) are invited to register by submitting their name, contact information and interest in the project to the Environmental consultant below by the 12 March 2014:

Hantie Plomp Triplo4 Sustainable Solutions PO Box 6595, Zimbali, 4418 Tel: 032 946 3213 |Fax: 032 946 0826 E-mail: hantie@triplo4.com

DATE: 26 February 2014

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WHAT’S ON *Tongaat South Vishnu Temple will be observing the monthly Muruga prayer on Thursday, 6 March at 5.30pm. Prasad will be served. All welcome. *The Ghandi's Hill Reunion Committee will host their boast cruise, day trip to Midlands Meander and many other activities. Their monthly meeting will take place on the second Tuesday of every month at Ganas Nai­ doo's residence in Mithanagar at 6.30pm. For more in­ formation contact 084 812 7546. *Klipfontein Shree Emperumal Temple invites you and your family to their 72 nd annual Kavady Festival on 13 April commencing at 9am. For details contact 072 213 0006 or 032 944 1676. *The Jhugroo Primary School will host a fun run/walk on Saturday, 8 March at 8am at the school grounds. For more information call 032 537 6507 *The Verulam Cultural Co­ordinating Committee and its Affiliates, have pleasure in inviting you and your families to their annual Guru Poojay for Pulavar Thiruvalluvar. Takes place on 23 February 2014 at the SSS Alayam on 6 Temple Road Umdloti Drift Verulam from 7.45 am *TheTrusteesandMembersoftheShriSivaSubramani­ ar Alayam of Umdloti Drift Verulam have pleasure in in­ vitingyouandyourfamiliestothe114thMahaShivarath­ ri Prayer. Devotees wishing to participate in the Jamams should contact Guru Ramalingam Veeramuthu on 032 5333 696. Takes place on 27 February 2014 from 6 pm. *The Shree Gopal Lal Hindu Temple of 9 Temple Road, Temple Valley, Verulam lovingly invites you and your family to celebrate Shivarathri from 6 pm on Thursday 27Februaryto6amonFriday28February2014.Bhajans, discourses and offerings all night. For enquiries please contact Mrs. P. Gewanlal on 072 224 6338 or 032 533 4874. *The Palani Muruga Temple will observe Shivarathri on 27 February from 6pm until 6am. For details contact 073 244 2464 or 083 395 7071. *Green Pastures Ministries will resume their healing and deliveranceserviceseveryTuesdayat9amattheBelver­ dere Hall from 25 February. All welcome. For details con­ tact 032 945 4855. *The Tongaat South Vishnu Temple will be observing Maha Shivarathri on Thursday 27 February from 6pm. Flag hoisiting at 4.30pm. Meals will be served. *Members of the Shree Sathya Darshan invites you and your family to its 14th Maha Shivarathree Prayer and Chariot Procession on 27 February from 6pm to 6am. *The Tongaat Sabha in partnership with the Tongaat Hindu Unity Forum, have put together a 10 day Maha Shivarathri festival, commencing on the 18th Feb 2014 daily between 6pm to 8pm at the Tongaat Sabha. Sup­ per is served daily,and the public is invited. For more info please call 083 788 8485. *The Redcliffe Hindu Sabha will observe Shivarathree from 6pm on Thursday 27 February till Friday 28 Febru­ ary. All welcome. For details contact M Inerjit on 084 588 8974. *Maidstone Football Club will be commencing training onTuesday,11Februaryat6pmatSheikMohideenStadi­ um.(WatsonPark).Alloldplayersandnewplayersinter­ est in playing for the club should attend. For more info please call Mully ­ 084 3255 466. *TheShreeVeerbogaEmperumalTemplehostsits98th annual chariot festival celebrations with flag hoisting on 7 February, a cultural show and Sri Narayana Awards at the temple on Friday, 14 February at 8pm. A chariot procession will leave the temple at on Saturday, 15 Feb­ ruary at 9am. Flag de­hoisting is on Monday, 17 February. All are welcome. *Brake Village Sri Siva Soobramaniar Alayam 105th an­ nual Punguni Woothira Kavady festival will take place onSaturday 12 April 2014. The flag hoisting ceremony will take place on Thursday 3 April. Further information please contact the Temple on 032 9451919. *Bhakti Marga will be conducting OM Healing free every Wednesdays and Fridays commencing at the following venues every Wednesday from 6.30pm at the Chinna Thirupathi Venkatesvara Devasthanam (CTVD) in Bel­ vedere and every Friday from 6.30pm at the Gokhale Temple Hall. For details contact Vedavyasananda on 083 793 8780 or emailnad1@telkomsa.net *You are cordially invited to attend the Annual General MeetingoftheShreeSitheeVinayagerTempleonSatur­ day, 9 February at 10.30am at the temple. *The Tongaat Volleyball Association will hold a General Council meeting on Thursday 30 January at 7pm at the Tongaat Sport Centre. Contact 084 4477 481. *The Veda Dharma Sabha Hindi Pathshala offers free Hindi classes. Registration begins on 29 January. Classes will beginon 3 February. For more information contact 032 533 8509, 084 548 1333 or 032 533 1581. To place a notice in the “What's on” section, email coastalweekly@gmail.com or fax us on 032 945 2502. Deadline – Monday 4pm. Items in this section will only be run twice ahead of your event and are free of charge.


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It’s all system go for Tongaat Panthers races THIS Sunday the Outspan Grounds will be alight from 4am thanks to the 32km and 16km run/walk. Athletes from the local community and neighbouring town will be trekking to the “Coastal Sugar Town” Tongaat for the most popular race in the North Coast. The race will commence at the

Outspan ground into Watson Highway and the coastal regions of Seatides, La Mercy, and back onto Watson Highway to Outspan Grounds. According to Athletics South Africa and KZN Athletics and Norrie Williamson who marked the route some 10 years ago said the route has been described as a very scenic

and a good build up to a standard marathon. Previously this race attracted people from throughout the country and according to the President of Tongaat Panthers Laljeeth Maharaj they will be anticipating a huge crowd. The club will also be hosting a 5km fun run for the kids and the

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less serious athletes. Maharaj said ever since starting this race the community and the number of schools, religious and community organisations have played a pivotal role in making the race a huge success. To avoid delay registration are opens on Saturday at the Outspan ground from 1pm onwards. Those

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that wish to register on Sunday are urged to park their vehicles at the Outspan Grounds and make their way to the Sports Centre where registration will be done. The race will commence at the Tongaat Town Hall promptly at 5am.

In the medals again SKISA Ballito’s three rising stars have done their club proud yet again. Dzemil Muris, Tyla Vilela, Pri­ yanka Govender took part in the KwaZulu­Natal Championships and made it into the team. The champs were held at the beginning of January. Dzemil Mu­ ric achieved gold in the team kata event and gold in the individual kata. Tyla Vilela came home with gold in the individual kumita, and Priyanka Govender received gold in the team kata and a bronze medal. The winning trio then went on to the National All Styles Champi­ onships held in Bloemfontein this month. Muric got silver in the team ka­

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a chance of making the national team, which will then be travelling to Botswana and Germany later this year. The club extends thanks to Ashton College, where all three students attend, for allowing them time off, as well as to the hard working coaches, including Sensei Brando Pillay.

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HE final curtain to teaching and learning will come down on Friday, 28 February for educatorsDanandDollyArumugam who retire from Tongaat Primary and Belverton Secondary respectively . The couple has given yeomen service to education. Dan as Principal of Tongaat Primary after 40 years of service whilst his wife Dolly leaves after 28 years. The couple, who will be honoured at the Tonver BGM on Wednesday, 5 March at the Verulam Secondary School at 12 noon, are household names in Tongaat. Not only have they provided quality

public education to thousands of pupils throughout their teaching careers, but both have taught at the highest levelandhaveproducedstudents who hold their own in society today. Both Dan and Dolly are synonymous with the code of netball , both out of schools as well as in school. Together, they have developed the code of netball in Vanrova, Tongaat, Belvedere, etc. In school sports in the code of netball, Dolly holds the rare honour of being the only convenor since inception in 1994. She controlled Tonver, Department of Education , Friendship Games and the Circuit Managers Cup selections.

"Her achievements are rare and indeed her act will be a hard one to emulate," said Tonver President Guru Ramcharan. He added: "Dan Arumugam was a solid administrator who single handedly made a huge success of the first official Tonver Games opening where high profile delegates from all walks of attended.Danwasoneofthefew Principals who were regulars at council meeting and made a heartfelt contribution to the development of school sports in the Tonver Region. “On behalf of all at Tonver, wewanttowishthemwelland hope that their retirement gives them the rest and quality life they deserve."

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night onwards. Clubstonotethatanumber of teams from Verulam, Phoenix, Stanger and the balance oftheteamsaremadeupofthe Tongaat South townships, namely, Belvedere, Chelmsford Heights, already commenced to see who are the frontrunners are going to be. The ECSC have not forgotten about the juniors. The junior league will commence with under 9, 11, 13 and15dependingonthenum-

bers. There will not be fewer than 17 leagues because a number of kids will be completing matric. The complex junior development academy programme will commence on Saturday, March 2 from 10am until 12pm and it is open to both boys and girls. A meeting is scheduled for Friday, 1 March at 8pm clubs that have already registered and those wishing to participate are requested to attend.

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VAC in Maritzburg run Family fun and cool drizzles at local walk challenge

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ERULAM Athletic Club (VAC) enjoyed an athletics double last weekend with the Day Lee Challenge on Saturday and the Maritzburg marathon on Sunday. With cool drizzle awaiting the runnersattheearlystart,adayforperfect running conditions greeted many happy runners. The famous booming cannon set the pace for a combined field of 4 000 runners and walkers. Both the 42.2km and 21.1km races commenced together. Skhumbuzo Mjaja secured his "A" seeding with a superb sub three hour finish in a time of 2.59. Krish Naidoo eased through his preparation run with a scintillating 3.22 ahead of Jacob Zitha a minute later with master runner Joseph Dumakude a further three minutes in 3.26.Sifiso Gabela made a return after a year's break with a superb 2.31 ahead of Khululekani Sithole six minutes later. Parkgates's Simin Blose ran his usual well-paced 3.39 whilst Johnny Karanjoo completed the sub four hour 3.45 finishes. Sarial Rajah confirmed his Comrades entry with a 4hour finish together with Santosh Baiju twelve minutes later. Training partner Anandan Devasayam eased in 4.17 whilst a visibly elated Joey Chetty completed the race in 4.25. The well organised and hydrated event also saw two of VAC's multiple ladies finishers, Nokukhanya Nsibande and Priscilla Naidoo finish in 4.34 and 4.45 respectively. The balance of finishers includes Selva Naicker, Collin Ismail and Gops Naidoo. The 21.1km half marathon witnessed another VAC record with the Sewnarain family taking the top three VAC finishers position with junior

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Standing from left are Yadhvir Sewnarain, Allan Govender, Joey Chetty, Pravin Sewnarain, Collin Ismail, Krish Naidoo, Skhumbuzo Mjaja, Simon Blose, Selva Naicker. Seated from left are Anitha Sewnarain, Judy Rajoo, Tharushka Sookoo, Priscilla Naidoo and Pam Sookoo. Yadhvir taking silver in 1.35 ahead of dad Praveen Sewnarain in 1.59 followed by mum Anitha Sewnarain in 2.08. Following a minute later in his second half marathon making steady progress was Allan Govender in 2.09. Anotherelatedmotheranddaughterteam,TharushkaandPamSookoo were beaming at the finish after completing their first 21.1km half marathon race in 3.08 after Bharushen Ramlagan, Dolly Shamlall and Nad Naidoo. "An interesting feature of Team VAC is the growing number of over 15 family registrations with at least two members of the families registering

andparticipatinginevents.Thisisexemplified with fantastic performances recorded in both the run and walks,"saidclubchairmanKrishNaidoo. "The bringing along of grandchildren on the Saturday morning has also commenced for the 4km as we getting them to stay healthy early." VAC records its appreciation to the transport and refreshment committee that has assisted in ensuring a fun filled day. Members are reminded that this week's Panthers race takes place on Sunday and are advised to support local races. Transport available on a first come first serve basis.

RESULTS 42.2km Skhumbuzo Mjaja 2.59; Krish Naidoo 3.22; Jacob Zitha 3.26; Sifiso Gabela 3.31; Khulukani Sithole 3.37; Simon Blose 3.39; Johnny Karanjoo 3.45; Sarial Rajah 4.00; Santosh Baiju 4.12; Anandan Devasayam 4.17; Joey Chetty 4.25; Pream Goordin 4.25; Nokukhanya Nsibande 4.34; Priscilla Naidoo 4.45; Selva Naicker 5.13; Collin Ismail 5.18; Gops Naidoo 5.40 21.1km Run Yadhvir Sewnarain 1.35 (silver); Pravin Sewnarain 1.59; Anitha Sewnarain 2.08; Allen Govender 2.09; Nad Naidoo 2.52; Dolly Shamlall 2.55; Bharushen Ramla­ gan 3.01; Tharushka Sookoo 3.08; Pam Sookoo 3.08 21.1km walk Sundree Ramlagan 3.20; Bobby Ramlagan 3.20 10km: Judy Rajoo 1.29

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