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>> Workers gather to assist in fire engulfed building KAVEEL SINGH

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FIRE on the well known Arbee Drive in Tongaat has shown the tenacity of the men and women who work in the area. The fire occurred on Thursday, 12 December in a flat at the Denbecca Centre around 10am with a grandfather and his grandson trapped in a flat on the top floor. Witnessesnoticedthefireafterblacksmoke began bellowing out of the window of the apartment. Passersby began shouting for occupants in the flat in an effort to alert them of the incident. Screams for help were soon heard by locals who rallied together to ensure no lives were lost. Muziwandile Melusi Mkhwanazi (24), who was loading tools into a van outside the electrical shop where he works, sprang into action when he heard that two people were trapped inside. Others also gathered and tried to break the door of the apartment down while notifying the authorities. Moon Reddy (69) was in his room when the fire started, while his grandson, Luade (7) was in the shower. Within minutes the flat was engulfed in smoke. Reddy said he tried to unlock the door but was overcome by the smoke and moved away. Luade stepped out of the bathroom and panicked at the sight of smoke. They both went to the lounge window to scream for help. Mkhwanazisaidwhenhesawpeopleonthe road running frantically he followed them. “Time was going. A life was going to be lost. I went back downstairs and noticed that a ladder was placed outside. Without asking I climbed up the ladder. I had no plan and had to improvise,” he said. “When I got to the window I saw the child. He had no clothes on and looked frightened.” Mkhwanazi with help from others set a ladder that was two metres short of the window where the terrified boy was waiting. With seemingly little thought for his own safety Mkhwanazi reached up to a satellite dishbracketwhilestandingontopofawindow frame on the second floor. While balanced on the frame and with one hand gripping the bracket, Mkhwanazi pulled himself up, and stood on the bracket. With the support of the bracket he put the upperhalfofhisbodythroughthewindow,and grabbed the boy. Mkhwanazi said he passed him to another rescuer, Sphamandla Dlamini (26) who was below him on the ladder. Dlamini said he, like many others, had tried to break down the gate and door to get into the flat. He had a wet cloth over his face to avoid being suffocated. Meanwhile, residents eventually broke down the door and entered the flat. Netcare 911 spokeswoman, Santi Steinmann, said the boy and his grandfather were taken to hospital. Shadrack Naidoo, building manager of Denbecca Centre said it had been an unfortunate and regrettable incident. “However we are looking into it, but I do not know how the fire had started as it left irrefutable damage to the apartment and the build-

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ing.” Segree Ramkaran, a resident of Denbecca Centre. said he did not know how the fire had started. “We heard screams from the apartment upstairs, unbeknownst to myself and my husband at the time, he checked up on the occupants of the above apartment. It was a smoke ridden scene and he attempted to break the door down as he knew there had been a child inside. “A failed attempt led to the help of other members of the community who eventually brought the young boy to safety. The roof of the building collapsed later on.” An employee of Carpaint Centre, which is an establishment within the Denbecca Centre said no one knew how the fire began. “There are a lot of alleged stories, but no official cause or explanation. There had been screams heard and some people who were present at the time helped as much as they could until authorities arrived on the scene.”

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>> Hundreds pay respects to Tata Madiba KAVEEL SINGH

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ORE than 400 people attended a colourful tribute for former president Nelson Mandela at the SVET Cultural Centre in Gandhi’s Hill Tongaat on Thursday, 12 December. Keynote speakers Sunny Singh, a

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“Netcare 911 paramedics and the fire department arrived at the scene and found a female, about 55-years-old, still trapped in the wreckage of the vehicle, tragically she had died before our arrival.

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“The driver sustained serious injuries, paramedics stabilised him on scene before he was transported to a nearby hospital for the care that he required.”

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WDITORIAL COMMENT

We, at the Weekly, were proud to share these emotions with you. The Weekly saw many changes this year and we would like to thank you for graciously welcoming us into your homes. Our key focus for 2013 was to focus more on YOU - sharing your

THE year started with many talking, with some ‘surprise’, that we made it to 2013 (reference to the Mayans believing that the world was going to end in 2012). The year for many has brought tons of successes and good news while others were on the other end of the spectrum.

REASON to rejoice

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Citizen apathy THE article by Kaveel Singh: DEAR TONGAAT CITIZENS in the Coastal Weekly ­ 6 December refers. It stung me like a bee because I am one of those rightly targeted by your writer. Yes, I was one of those who did not attend the special meeting of 28 November called by the Tongaat Civic Association (TCA) to discuss issues around the collapsed Tongaat Mall, owned by Jay Singh. I can think of a number of excuses why I did not attend the meeting – but my failure to be present is inexcusable. We allow the Jay Singhs of this world to continue to flourish and pros­ per. It is because we find it expedient to bury our heads in the sand, when critical issues concerning us are ad­ dressed and scrutinised by “others”. Yetallthatthese“other”peoplere­ quire is our presence at their meetings, so that all­inclusive decisions may be taken. It is through people like myself, and the other, more recognisable activists in the town that a political opportunist is allowed to flaunt himself under the banner of the ruling party. This pathetic excuse for a councillor will shamelessly stand in front of a packed hall, with a supercilious and idi­ otic grin on his face, virtually begging people to acknowledge his presence with a wave. Hepretendstoknownothingabout the court injunctions against Jay Singh to stop his construction work yet, if the mall were completed on time, and without controversy. You can imagine the kind of morass our country would be in if Mr Mandela andhisfellowfreedomfightersignored the effects of the Verwoerdian on­ slaught, and decided to look the other way. I believe that if I can start with re­ assessing my attitudes towards at­

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tending and participating in forums designed to uplift our communities, then I think that I would go a long way. I believe that the road to equality is not absolute – it is largely dependent on all citizens getting together to rumi­ nate on issues of common concern. I wish I had played a greater role in making my objections about govern­ ment fraud and corruption known at public forums like the one organised by the TCA. Kaveel Singh is spot on when he im­ plies that my contributions extend as far as my armchair, because no matter howmuchIpostulatemy‘pearlsofwis­ dom’ among my peers, I still need to identify and support those individuals who work hard to make efforts to bring about positive changes for all of us. In his speech at the memorial ser­ viceforMandela,BarackObama,Presi­ dent of the United States, said “We, too, must act on behalf of justice. We, too, must act on behalf of peace… And there are too many of us who stand on the sidelines, comfortable in compla­ cencyorcynicismwhenourvoicesmust be heard.” How poignant and relevant these words are to me! I am just so sorry that Mr Mandela did not live long enough to give all the hypocrites, fraudsters and opportun­ ists in his organisation a hard kick on their backsides. My thanks, once again, go to Kaveel Singh for his forthrightness and can­ dour. His straight, hard­hitting article gave me much reason for introspec­ tion. Sea­ son’s greetings go to all. Peru Naidu

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>> Learning more about air traffic control, engineering, flying... KAVEEL SINGH

A

GROUP of 10 very excited grade 10 and 11 pupils from PROTEC Tongaat were selected to attend the SA Air Force Young Falcon’s Academy from 6 to 13 December. The academy introduces pupils to vari­

ous fields in aviation, including air traffic control,engineering,flying,navigationand technology in order to identify suitable candidates for selection into the South Af­ rican Air Force. The academy is a tough programme that demands discipline, academic ability in mathematics and physical science and

physical fitness. Dressed proudly in uniform the Young Falcons amazed their family and friends with their impressive marching skills at the passing our parade, which was held at the Durban Air Force Base on 13 Decem­ ber. A total of 50 youngsters from KZN were

selected to participate. PROTEC Tongaat is extremely proud of Grade 11 pupils Ntando Ndimande who re­ ceived the trophy for best overall Young Falcon. A delighted Ntando said that the acad­ emy was a valuable experience, which has helpedhimgetonestepclosertoachieving

his dream of becoming a pilot. “WeareextremelygratefultotheSAAir Force for giving our learners this wonderful opportunity. It was a very moving day to see these young people parading with such pride, dignity and unity,” said PROTEC Tongaat manager Marion Takis.

The group of pupils who participated in the academy for seven days.

Trishan Iyer

I wish you were here today, even for just a little while, so I could say Happy Birthday son and see your beautiful smile. The only gifts you left behind, the love, the joy & the happiness. Precious memories the best kind. With loving thoughts, until the end of time of a wonderful son, I am proud was mine. All our love – Mummy & Aunty Indie. We thought of you with love today (your 30th birthday) but that is nothing new, we thought about you yesterday & days before that too. Your birthday was always a very special day and a time for even more celebration. We miss you today and everyday and we know that you are safe with Dad & the angels. Love always: Michelle, Selvan, Kiana & Cayden. Those we love don’t go away, they walk beside us everyday. Unseen, unheard but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. With Love: Dan, Yani, Sash, Tash, Kev, Deonna & Desana. th

Trishan Happy Heavenly 30 Birthday. We will always treasure the memories we shared. We miss and love you dearly. From: Ghano, Premie, Soogan, Deeran & Shamini. There's not a day that goes by that you are not in our thoughts. We wish you were spending this special day here with us, but know that from wherever you are smiling down on us and celebrating, we are thinking of you and will always love and miss you dearly. Happy heavenly Birthday our dearest Trishan. Love: Saroj, Hodren, Neelan & Priann. Sadly you left the family of East London Flying Squad & K9 unit so early in your life and career. It is with tears in our eyes that we fondly remember a wonderful, hard-working & full of joy young man that dedicated his life to the SAPS.

Heavenly Birthday, we salute you. From The East London Flying Squd and K9 Unit. Fondly remembered forever loved RIP dear cousin. Happy Heavenly 30th Birthday dear cousin. Love: Harold, Anita, Felicia & Pranav. We treasure the moments spent with our dear cousin. We missed you and always remember the times spent together. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. Love always from Logan, Peps, Keshni, Kailene & Paiton. Happy Heavely Birthday Trishan, always in our thoughts and mind. Love: Kalen, Villan, Kajal & Urick. Happy Heavenly 30th Birthday Trishan. Gone but never forgotten. Love always: Ashan, Shanthan, Kalaysha, Anu & Wesley. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. Santhiran & Devanay.

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We remember this month with fondest memories, you would have turned 30. We know that you are safe and celebrating with us. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. From: Naren, Devan, Mornay, Cheryl, Joey, Aunty Saroj. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan, always in our thoughts. From Gona, Nancy, Tigesh, Keith. We miss you dear cousin. Happy Heavenly Birthday from Deshika, Karessa & Hashlyn. Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. We love and miss you. Love from Prishnie, Salim & Aunty Rani. Fondest memories are treasured. Life without you is not the same Happy Heavenly Birthday Trishan. From: Anessia, Allan, Uncle Syd & Aunty Kanthi.


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You are cordially invited to attend the Yearly Memorial Service on the 21 December 2013 from 10.30am to 11.30am at the Tongaat South Vishnu Temple (T.S.V.T).

MRS PUSHPAVATHEE VEERAMUTHOO (PUSHPA) Born :17 Nov 1940 Called to rest:14 Feb 2013 Sadly missed by children, sons-inlaw, daughters-in-law, grandchildren, grandsons-in-law, great grandchildren, brothers & sisters.

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MEMORIAL SERVICE God saw her getting tired, a cure was not to be. He wrapped his loving arms and whispered “come with me”. She suffered much in silence, her spirit did not bend. 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 and freed her from the pain.

Ombudsman of Coastal Weekly According to the editorial policy of Stanger Weekly we invite readers to comment about the newspaper’s contents, and we correct significant errors as soon as possible.

You and your family are cordially invited to attend the 10th Day Memorial Service on th Wednesday 25 December Mrs Renuka Parsad th 2013 & 13 Day Ceremony on 02/11/1970 – 14/12/2013 th Saturday 28 December 2013 of the late Mrs Renuka Parsad which will take place at 44 Adelaide Avenue, Belvedere. Sadly missed by Steven, Basil & Shamila, Beena & Tony, Pammy & Gansan, nieces & nephews and a host of relatives & friends.

AUM NAMA SIVAYA

Please send information about correction of mistakes in the newspaper to the ombudsman of Media24’s Community Press, George Claassen, at george.claassen@media24, or call him at 021 8513232 or 0835432471. Readers can also complain about the contents to the South African Press Ombudsman. In that case, please phone 011 788 4829 of 788 4837, send a fax to 011 788 4990 or email to pressombudsman@ombudsman.org.za

One Year Memorial Ceremony SIVALINGUM GOVENDER (SIVA) of Flat D, Door 32, Saxon Street, Belvedere, Tongaat will be held on Sunday, 22 December 2013 at the Belvedere Community Hall commencing from 10.30am – 11.30am.

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Nine years have passed and still this emptiness lingers. Our family has lost our most precious treasure, loving husband, a wonderful and caring dad and an adorable grandfather. Happy and smiling, always content, loved and MR GANGAPERSAD respected BISRAM wherever you (02/03/1946 – 16/12/2004) went. Within a home that was always bright, God took away our shining light. Your memory will be legacy to all of us and forever treasured. Sadly missed by your loving wife, sons Vishnu & Ravin, daughters Niema, Vishma & Jayanthree and daughters-in-law, sons-in-law, grandchildren, grandson-in-law and not forgetting your great grandchildren. Inserted by your children.

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No one knows the loneliness that's within us all the while, just how much we miss you, no words can ever say, we smile with others. But weep alone, in our hearts, you will always live, the dearest mother that God could give.

To the living he is gone to the sorrowful, he will never return. But to the happy he is at peace, he was a man proud and wilful, yet kind and giving. Always faithful with a joy of living, his health was frail, but his spirit was strong. He gave his all and now is gone.

MRS KARPAVELLI KISTAN (SILVY) 05/09/1946 – 06/12/02013 The purpose of labour is to learn. When you know it, the labour is over. The apple blossom exists to create fruit. When that comes, the petals fall. Kabir You are invited to the 15th Day Memorial Service of Silvy Kistan, wife of the late Jaybalam Kistan which will be held th at the Gandhi's Hill Temple Hall (Tongaat) on Friday, 20 December 2013 at 7pm. Supper will be served from 6pm. The Kistan family extends their heartfelt thanks and appreciation to all family and friends for their messages of condolences and support during this time of bereavement.

Sadly missed by his wife Premilla (Pam), sons Sadeshan, Pooven, Indessan & Deena, daughter-in-law Kershnee, brother Bobby & a host of family & friends.

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South Africa loses a great boxer WEEKLY REPORTER THE South African Boxing community lost one of its greatest boxing legends ­ Baby Jake Matlala (51) on Saturday, 7 December, after suffering from pneumonia­related complications shortlyafterthedeathofformerpres­ ident Nelson Mandela. Fikile Mbalula, the minister of Sport has described the 51­year old’s

passing as the end of a golden era in boxing. President Jacob Zuma said the champion would be best remem­ bered for his professionalism and dedication to the sport. At a height of 1.47 meters he was the shortest boxing world champion ever, winning 53 of his 68 fights and he was the only South African boxer that won four world titles.

Baby Jake Matlala

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Local Tongaat boxer Peter Brown said “Baby Jake” was a simple man who was ever willing to help disad­ vantage boxers he also said he had the opportunity to train with Baby in the Eastern Cape many years ago. Baby Jake’s funeral took place from the Rhema Bible Church in Jo­ hannesburg on Friday, 13 December andthereafterproceededtotheWest ParkCemeterywashewaslaidtorest.

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World Beach Volleyball finals Seen at the medals presentation cere­ mony held at Durban's New Beach on Saturday are from left: (back row) Chantal Laboureur, Julia Sude (silver medallists, Germany), Chan Xue, Xinyi Xia (gold medallists, China), Whitney Pavlik, Jennifer Kessy (bronze medal­ lists, USA) (front row) Martins Plavins, Aleksandrs Solovejs (silver medallists, Latvia), Janis Smedins, Aleksandrs Sam­ oilous (gold medallists, Latvia), Pedro Solberg and Bruno Oscar Schmidt (bronze medallists, Brazil). THE FIVB City of Durban Beach Volleyball Open for men and women score line. With Samoilous struggling with fatigue and cramping heldatNewBeachbroughtthecurtaindownoninternationalvolley­ Smedins took charge of the crucial 3rdset and fought courageously to keep their hopes alive of victory. ball competition for the 2013 season. DespitethechallengesSamoilousfacedherosetooccasionwhen The World Series event, which begins in April and ends in Decem­ ber, is staged like F1 motor racing around the world. South Africa opportunities presented themselves to score a quick point. Smedins and Samoilous raised their hands in gratitude to the heavens when is the only African country to stage such an event. Hosted by Volleyball South Africa and promoter Sunil Geness SmedinspowerattackcameoffblockerPlavins’outstretchedhands of Geness Consulting, a Johannesburg­based black empowerment and floated out of bounds. They recorded a 15­10 win to reach the company, the event attracted a strong field of the world’s best play­ podium as the gold medallists. At a post­match interview with Super Sport TV Samoilous ers who pulled out all the stops to lay their hands on a slice of a whopping $150 000 on offer as prize money shared equally among heapedpraiseonthemedicalteamheadedbyDr.KevinSubbanfrom Durbanformakingitpossibleforhimtoovercomeboutsofcramping the men and women’s teams. The thrilling women’s final between the Chinese pairing of Chen and fatigue to participate in the final. Samoilous and Smedins Xue and her 16­year­old high school student partner, Xinyi Xia and pocked $ 21 000 for their efforts. the hard hitting Ger­ mans Chantal La­ boureur and Julia Sude tipped in the favour of the former who skilfully capitalised on their op­ ponents’ unforced er­ rors in pressure situa­ tions to march ahead with a (21­18; 21­18) win. With senior partner Chen Xue playing the dominant role at the net shielding her young partner from facing the wrath of the German attacking machine the duo kept the score board ticking slowly in (Est. 1900) their favour. However, pressure from the Ger­ Umdloti Drift, Verulam, 6 Temple Road, Umdloti Drift mans would have yield­ ed a first set victory had CORDIALLY INVITES, THE PUBLIC TO THEIR 114TH it not been for the “nerves of steel” of THAI POOSAM KAVADY FESTIVAL youngster Xia who re­ lentlessly chased every COMMENCING: 7 JANUARY 2014 TO 19 JANUARY 2014 ball that came off her partner’s block and Flag Hoisting : Tuesday 7 January 2014 (16h00). converted them into at­ Thai Poosam Paravum Kavady : Thursday 16 January 2014 (14h00) tacking options. At the Public Kavady : Sunday 19 January 2014 (8h00) tender age of 16 Xia is De- Hoisting of Flag: Sunday 19 January 2014 At 14h00 playing on the interna­ tional beach volleyball circuit for the second SUPPER IS PROVIDED DAILY successive year. Continuing with theirwinningwaysafter Donations in Cash or Kind will be highly appreciated. having won gold at the * Cash contribution may be made at the Alayam or you may make direct deposit FIVB Phuket Open in into our bank account: November Xue and Xia * Beneficiary: Shri Siva Subramaniar Alayam closed proceedings in a * Bank : First National Bank * Branch: Verulam * Br. Code: 220229 thrill a minute final with * Account Number: 50910622957 * Type of Account: Current/Cheque a 21­18; 21­18 score line to walk away with the $21 000 winners’ FORTHCOMING FESTIVALS cheque. In an all Latvia Thai Pongal: Tue 14 Jan. 2014 men’s final between Janis Smedins and Maha Sivaratri: Thurs. 27 Feb. 2014 Aleksandrs Samoilous Panguni Uttharam: from Thu. 10 April to Sat 12 April 2014 and country men Mar­ Chariot Procession will be on Saturday 12 April 2014 tins Plavins and Alek­ sandrs Slovejs the for­ mer bounced back after RESIDENT PRIEST: Guru Ramalingam Veeramuthu being thrashed by a 21­ 15 margin in the open­ Tel. 0325333696 / 0781080995 ing set to even matters with a hard fought 21­17

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>>KZN sport and recreation department hands out sport equipment WEEKLY REPORTER

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NUMBER of Tongaat and Verulam residents linked to various ward councillors in Tongaat and Verulam regions have been issued with sports equipment for their communities. This programme was part of former premier of KwaZulu-Natal Dr Zweli Mkhize’s War on Poverty and Operation Sukuma Sakhe initiatives whereby the two government services integrate and enriches the lives of the disadvantage people of KwaZulu-Natal. The overall aim of these programmes is to rebuild the fabric of society by promoting human values, fighting poverty, crime, diseases, deprivation and social ills, ensuring moral regeneration and by working together through effective partnerships. Partnership includes civil society (religious and traditional leaders, vulnerable groups, business), development partners, communities and Government departments all of whom work together to provide a comprehensive integrated service package to the communities. The KZN Department of Sport and Recreation has begun to rollout the OSS in the North Cluster region. Nishaan Sewkumar from the department has warned the officials that are receiving this equipment that they must make this equipment is made available to their communities now that the kids are on holidays they should commence with the programme, as this will keep the youth occupied.

THE OVERALL AIM OF THESE PRO­ GRAMMES IS TO REBUILD THE FAB­ RIC OF SOCIETY BY PROMOTING HU­ MAN VALUES, FIGHTING POVER­ TY, CRIME, DISEAS­ ES, DEPRIVATION AND SOCIAL ILLS...


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