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DONDERDAG, 7 MAART 2013

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Vicky se elmboog waar die baksteen haar getref het. Glasstukke het op die passasiersitplek van Vicky Kellerman se motor te lande gekom ná die baksteen daardeur gegooi is. Die brood wat sy na werk gekoop het is te sien op die passasiersitplek.

Grypdief slaan toe in Strand

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Samaritaan het self ’n slagoffer van misdaad geword, toe hy ’n jong vrou tydens ’n grypaanval (smash and grab) wou help. Die vrou, Vicky Kellerman (24) van Gordonsbaai, was Vrydag omstreeks 18:45 op pad huis toe. Sy maak daagliks gebruik van Gordonsbaaiweg en moet oor die berugte aansluiting by Onverwachtstraat ry. “Ek het in die linkerbaan gery en ’n man, met sy rug na die pad op die sypaadjie sien staan. Warning bells het in my kop begin afgaan en ek wou na die regterbaan oorgaan. Die verkeerslig het na rooi verander en ’n kar langs my het my verhoed om bane te verander,” vertel Kellerman.

Die oomblik toe sy wegkyk, het die rower haar voorste passasiersruit met ’n halwe baksteen stukkend gegooi. Die baksteen het Kellerman op die elmboog getref en ook haar sy gekneus. Hy het sy bo-lyf by die venster ingedruk en haar handsak, wat op die grond by haar voete aan die bestuurskant gelê het, gegryp. Terwyl sy met die dief gestoei het vir haar handsak, het ’n onbekende motoris Kellerman te hulp gesnel. “Die man het die vermeende dief aan sy kraag uit my kar uitgeruk. Ek was so geskok. ’n Mens blank uit en ek het begin skud en begin huil. Toe het ek net my voet op die petrol gesit en weggery dat my wiele skree.” ’nGetraumatiseerdeKellermanhet,methaar handsak wat sy behou het, huis toe gery. Sy en haar pa is toe na die Gordonsbaai-polisiestasie om die saak te rapporteer. Daar het hulle die man wat Kellerman gehelp het, Phillip Jacobs,

raakgeloop. Hy het hulle vertel die rower het hom met ’n panga aangeval en sy makkers het hom ook met klippe bestook. Saam is hulle na die Strand-polisiestasie om die voorval daar aan te meld. Oor hoekom Jacobs Kellerman gehelp het, antwoord hy, “Ek is moeg van misdaad in die land. Almal sit net en doen niks, so ek moes iets doen. As ek in daardie situasie was, sou ek wou gehad het iemand moes my help.” Konst. Mbulelo Mafuna, woordvoerder van die Strand-polisie, het die voorval bevestig en gesê ’n saak van opsetlike saakbeskadiging en een van aanranding word ondersoek vir die grypaanval op Kellerman. Nog ’n saak van aanranding is geopen vir die aanval op Jacobs. Persone met inligting kan speurkonst. Dailon Adams of speurkonst. Nondzukiso Booi by 021 854 9100 bel.

2012­aanvalle Die aanval op Kellerman in Gordonsbaai­ weg is nie enig in sy soort nie. Verlede jaar het die DistriksPos oor talle soortgelyke voor­ valle verslag gedoen. ) Op Donderdag 23 Februarie 2012 was ’n vrou en haar vriendin op pad huis toe om­ streeks 23:00. Hulle het by die rooi verkeers­ lig by die Gordonsbaai­ en Kusweg­aanslui­ ting gestop en ’n man het probeer om hul voertuig se deure oop te maak. Die deure was gelukkig gesluit. ) Nadia Stander, Michay van Schalkwyk en Anni­mi Hopley, drie jong vroue, is in die vroeë oggendure van Saterdag 28 April by dieselfde­oorgang aangeval. Hulle was op pad huis toe in Gordonsbaai. ’n Man het een van die agterste deure oopgeruk en sy bo­lyf in die kar gedruk. Die vroue kon dit regkry om hom af te weer en het weggery en die saak by die polisie aangemeld. ) Op dieselfde dag, omstreeks 05:30, is ’n bejaarde fietsryer by die Onverwacht­aan­ sluiting aangeval. Hy is met ’n stomp voor­ werp teen die kop bewusteloos geslaan. ) Jay Pillay het dit reggekry om op Sondag 29 April weg te ry toe rowers hom geteiken het. Hy het net ná middernag by die Onver­ wacht­aansluiting gestop. ’n Man het aan die bestuurskant van sy voertuig geld gevra en ’n ander een het toe die passasiersdeur oop­ geruk. Hy het weggery voor hulle enigiets kon doen. ) Ook einde April het Pamela Peters en haar man omstreeks 22:00 ná ’n pottebakkers­ klas huis toe in Gordonsbaai gery. Hulle het ook by die Onverwacht­aansluiting gestop en ’n man het die passasiersdeur oopgeruk. Pamela het ’n groot pot op haar skoot gehad. Die man het na die pot gegryp, sy het hom met pot en al weggestoot en die egpaar het weggery. ) Tarryn van der Merwe moes veg vir haar Blackberry­selfoon nadat sy op Donderdag 10 Mei omstreeks 22:45 amper daarvan be­ roof is. ) Cindy­Lee Sylvester se handsak met al haar besittings is omstreeks 04:45 op Son­ dag 3 Julie by die Onverwacht­aansluiting gesteel. ) Ook in die eerste week in Julie is Amelia Beukes omstreeks 18:30 van haar Identiteits­ dokument, USB­stokkie en R200 by die On­ verwacht­aansluiting beroof.


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Crime snippets ) The body of a four-month-old baby was found in a plastic bag, abandoned, on Monday 4 March in Onverwacht Street in Lwandle. According to Lwandle police spokesperson, constable Mthokozisi Gama, police suspect the body was dumped over the weekend and they have not yet had any leads as to who dumped the body. He says an inquest has been opened, and anyone with information is urged to contact constable Siphiwo Ntetha at 021 845 2060. ) ’n Zimbabwiër het Woensdag onder ’n trein naby die Firgrove-stasie beland. Volgens konst. Suzan Jantjies, woordvoerder van die Somerset-Wespolisie, het die man langs die treinspoor geloop. “Daar word vermoed dat die windstroom weens die trein se spoed hom ingetrek en onder die trein laat beland het. Die man is op slag dood weens beserings.” ’n Nadoodse ondersoek is geopen. Ooggetuies kan a.o. James Robertson by 021 850 1370 bel. ) The Macassar police arrested three men for possession of drugs and one for possession of stolen goods on Wednesday 27 February. Two suspects were arrested for possession of drugs when the Macassar police, in a joint operation with the Metro police, visited Krymekaar Street and seized 26 bags of tik to the value of R520. Another suspect was also arrested the same day at Magdalene Gila Street and police seized almost 12 kg of dag-

ga. A fourth suspect was arrested for possession of stolen property after the suspect was found in possession of an aluminium picnic table. ) ’n Man (43) is verlede week tot drie jaar tronkstraf gevonnis nadat hy in 2012 met gesteelde goedere in sy besit gevang is. Luidens ’n polisieverklaring, het beamptes die Strand op 23 Oktober 2012 gepatrolleer en ’n verdagte man gesien. Die man het in Sarel Cilliersstraat gestap en hy het goedere by hom gehad. Die beamptes het hom oor die goedere uitgevra. Hulle het vermoed die goedere is tydens ’n huisbraak in Maraisstraat gesteel. Die man, Eugene Savory, is in hegtenis geneem en het in die Strandlanddroshof verskyn. Op Dinsdag 26 Februarie is hy drie jaar gevangenisstraf opgelê. ) Strand police officers attended to a suicide at the Bietobos flats in Kleinbos Avenue, Strand, on 26 February. On arrival, just before 19:00, police were briefed by a neighbour who was concerned because he had not seen his neighbour for some time. A locksmith was called to open the flat and upon entry, the police found a 26-year-old male who had hanged himself. An inquest investigation is ongoing, and anyone with information that may assist investigation must call detective warrant officer Anila von Vollenstein of SAPS Strand on 021 854 9100.

Stop at a stop sign JAMEY THOMAS If you are one of the countless motorists who blatantly fail to adhere to a stop sign, you’re in for a surprise. Initiated by member of the Strand Ratepayers Association, Waldi Lubbe, and in collaboration with Helderberg traffic departments and the Strand Neighbourhood Watch, the Stop-at-Stop campaign will be launched at an undisclosed location in the Strand area on Saturday 9 March. With the campaign centring around reprimanding motorists who jump stop streets, motorists will have to be on their best behaviour between 10:00 Waldi Lubbe giving motorist Daantjie Malan an “I Stop-at-Stop” sticker. and 12:00 on this particular day. According to Lubbe, motorists who fail to stop torists with some food for thought and a different dead and halt at a stop street, will be channelled outlook on the adherence to the traffic rules. Another desirable outcome, which it may bring toward a nearby parking lot by one of the four traffic officers that will be stationed at the spot. Instead about, is safer roads for everyone. After the launch, the initiative will also be exof being issued with a R500 fine, these motorists will become part of their campaign to raise aware- tended to various local schools where children will ness on the lack of adherence to basic road rules be asked to act as the “silent” stop in their parents an regulations, and the disrespect showed toward car, said Lubbe. “We will ask them to observe how many times other road users when committing such offences. “The driver will be briefed on the reason why their parents have not stopped at a stop street and the vehicle was stopped and receive the stop pam- to help educate them on the importance of doing phlet, explaining what should have been done,” so. “Children follow the action of their parents and said Lubbe, who will also be present, as well as four members from the neighbourhood watch and not instructions. If parents do things the right way, their children will too.” two members of the ratepayers association. Lubbe also said that after people have become “The driver will then be offered an I Stop-at-Stop bumper sticker and an attempt to place it on the familiar with the initiative, they will explore the vehicle’s bumper will be made. It will also be ex- idea of possibly issuing fines to enforce discipline pected of the driver to share the message with at and launching the project not only in Strand, but also the whole of the Helderberg and its surroundleast five other people.” It is hoped that this intervention will leave mo- ing areas.


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GONE WITH THE WIND: Come June/July this centuriesold Milkwood tree might not serve its purpose of being one of the main attractions during the annual Winter Wonderland festival in Gordon’s Bay. This follows after the tree, which is situated opposite the Gordon’s Bay Post Office, sustained severe damage due to strong southeasterly winds. According to Gordon’s Bay police spokesperson, warrant officer Nico Beukes, the incident occurred around 22:00 on Sunday evening. “Two huge branches suddenly broke off and landed in the parking area,” said Beukes. No one was injured. PHOTO: MARTIN TREDOUX

Victim lives in fear after robber gets bail ILLANA FRANTZ A woman from Sir Lowry’s Pass is living in fear after the man who robbed her last week, was released on bail. The woman, who wishes to remain anonymous, was on her way to work on Wednesday 27 February at around 08:00 when the incident occurred. “I stopped my car at the gate and got out to open it. As I turned around to walk back to my car, I saw a man reaching into my car and grabbing my handbag between the two front seats.” She shouted at the man and asked him what he wanted. He didn’t answer, but when she got closer, she saw a panga in his left hand. “He attempted to hit me with the panga and

screamed in my face. I retreated and lifted my left arm to cover my face. That’s when he made his escape into the bushes,” she recalls. The woman went to the police station in Sir Lowry’s Pass, hoping that her quick action would result in an arrest. “They were more concerned about my injuries and getting my statement, than actually going out to get the guy. They also told me they share a radio line with the station in Khayelitsha and would have to wait their turn to summon a patrol vehicle.” The woman was informed that the docket would be transferred to the Somerset West police station for further investigation. Two days later when she didn’t hear anything from the police, she and her boyfriend decided to investigate the incident. “I remember seeing the guy who robbed me

walking in Sir Lowry’s Pass Road about a week before the incident. He and some other guys cut wood in the forest, so we asked those guys who were with him where he was.” The couple’s investigation led them to the robber’s shack, also in Sir Lowry’s Pass, which according to neighbours, had been padlocked for two days. When the robber returned, one of the men called the woman’s boyfriend who then apprehended him. “My boyfriend loaded him onto his bakkie and drove to my work where I positively identified him. He was sitting in the bakkie, but couldn’t see me as I looked through the window. He still wore the same clothes. My boyfriend then handed him over to the Somerset West police.” When the woman asked the investigating officer on Monday what had happened to the

man, she was told that he had appeared in court, but had been released on bail of R300. “I was very angry. My whole life was in that bag – my bank cards, my ID and a charm bracelet. My asthma inhaler is worth more than the bail he paid. There was also a set of keys in my bag, which he could use to gain entrance to my house,” said the woman. Constable Suzan Jantjies, spokesperson for Somerset West SAPS, confirmed that a robbery with a weapon other than a firearm was reported. The police and the state opposed bail, but were unsuccessful. “When arrests are made by civilians, they should be wary of infringing on the alleged robber’s constitutional rights. Rather phone the police immediately,” she said. The suspect will make his next court appearance on Tuesday 9 April.


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Fire extinguished in time The City of Cape Town’s Fire Rescue Service excelled in extinguishing a fire which broke out in a house in Lourens Street, Somerset West on Thursday 28 February. Two motor pumps, a water tanker and rescue vehicle were dispatched to the scene around 15:11. Two water jets were used to extinguish the blaze which was brought under control by 16:44. A building inspector was requested to determine whether the structure was safe or not. No injuries or fatalities were reported.

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Luukse skouhuise nuutste Dag vol rugby en pret speelveld vir snuffeldiewe JAMEY THOMAS Helderberg-inwoners wie se luukse wonings as skouhuise vertoon word, word gemaan om op die uitkyk te wees vir ’n paartjie wat hulself na bewering as moontlike kopers voordoen en mense van hul waardevolle besittings besteel. Dít volg nadat DistriksPos verlede maand berig het oor ’n Strandegpaar wie se waardevolle besittings ter waarde van R30 000 uit hul huurhuis verdwyn het. Die egpaar het vermoed dat die verdagte paartjie, wat met ’n wit Opel Corsa-bakkie met ’n kap en ’n CEY-registrasienommer ry, die besittings geneem het. Hulle het selfs vals besonderhede aan die eiendomsagent verskaf. In die mees onlangse voorval het ongeveer R15 000 se juweliersware uit die huis van ’n Somerset-Wesinwoner, wat graag anoniem wil bly, verdwyn. Sy het ook ’n vermoede dat ’n paartjie, wat die beskrywing van die verdagtes pas, haar juweliersware geneem het. Volgens die vrou was haar woning tussen 14:30 en 17:00 op Sondag 3 Maart ’n skouhuis. Sy het voorsorg, soos aanbeveel deur die eiendomsagentskap, getref en al hul waardevolle besittings weggebêre, hul kamerkaste gesluit en die

sleutels in ’n laaikas tussen ’n T-hemp weggesteek. Gedurende die skoutyd het sy in die tuin gesit terwyl moontlike kopers na die huis kom kyk het. Sy het ook omstreeks 15:45 by haar buurvrou gaan koffie drink. Terwyl sy omgeloop het na die buurvrou se huis, het sy die paartjie gewaar, wat vir haar verdag voorgekom het. Net ná vyf en toe almal al weg is, het sy na haar huis teruggekeer. “Ek dra nie juweliersware wanneer ek by die huis is nie, en soos altyd het ek heel eerste my juweliersware afgehaal. Maar, toe ek by my kamerkas kom om dit weg te sit, was die sleutel van my kas nie waar ek dit gesit het nie,” sê sy. Die sleutel was egter in haar man se laai tussen een van sy T-hemde. Hoewel dit vir haar baie vreemd was, het sy nogtans die sleutel geneem en die kas oopgesluit. Maar, toe sy die kas oopmaak, was haar twee houtkissies waarin sy haar juweliersware bêre weg, asook haar Gucci-parfuum. “Ek het dadelik die eiendomsagent in kennis gestel en die polisie ontbied,” het die vrou gesê. Van haar besittings wat verdwyn het, was duur kostuumjuweliersware van Miglio, drie stelle pêrels, armbande, ringe en halssnoere. Die vrou beklemtoon dat sy niemand verwyt oor wat gebeur het

nie, veral nie die eiendomsagent nie. “Die hele storie is ’n jammerte. Hoe mense jou goed so kan deursnuffel, gaan my verstand te bowe, maar sulke goed gebeur,” het die vrou gesê. Sy beveel ook aan dat die eiendomsagentskappe dit oorweeg om dalk twee agente by ’n skouhuis te plaas sodat daar meer mense is om toesig te hou oor die mense wat die skouhuis binnegaan. Schalk van der Merwe, Rawsoneiendomsagent wat tydens die skouhuis-voorval teenwoordig was en weer teruggekeer het toe hy in kennis gestel is van wat gebeur het, deel die vrou se vermoede. “Die paartjie, wat baie informeel aangetrek was, het allerlei nuttelose vrae aan my gestel toe hulle by die huis opgedaag het. Ek het ’n snaakse gevoel gekry dat hulle my wou besig hou. Voor ek nog my oog op die twee kon hou, het die volgende groep moontlike kopers die huis binnegekom,” sê Van der Merwe. Volgens hom was die paartjie die enigstes wat ’n handsak saam met hulle in die huis gebring het. Die Somerset-Wes-polisie het bevestig dat ’n saak van diefstal ondersoek word. Enigiemand met inligting kan speur-adjudant-offisier James Robertson by 021 850 1344 of 021 850 1325 bel.

Die Helderberg-rugbyklub (HRVK) se fondsinsameling rugby-en-potjiekosdag vind op Saterdag (9 Maart) plaas, en beloof om alle verwagtinge te oortref. Die dag behels ’n potjiekoskompetisie, o.13 sewesrugby-dag vir alle laerskole in die Helderberg-kom, optrede deur verskeie gaskunstenaars, stalletjies, ’n speelplek vir kinders en ’n veiling. ’n Hoofwedstryd tussen ’n Sport Foundation Invitational Team en HRVK 15 word ook gereël. ’n Gedeelte van die opbrengs soos bepaal deur die komitee sal aan ’n liefdadigheidsorganisasie, wat deur Helderberg aangewys sal word, oorhandig word. Vir meer inligting bel vir Corné Strydom, HRVK-administrateur, by 082 729 7169.

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Anke is een van die kunstenaars wat op die dag gaan optree.

PEDESTRIAN INJURED: A pedestrian received medical attention after being involved in a minor accident with a motorcycle around 08:00 in Fabriek Street on Tuesday. An accident report has been opened. .


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Online vehicle renewals Motorists can now avoid the queues at the various municipalities with the new online vehicle renewal system. The City of Cape Town has provided a link which motorists can visit and then follow the instructions, which is: (http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/ Vehiclelicensing/Pages/Licencepayments.aspx) Complete one of the business or individual online forms, and click on “Submit”. You will immediately receive a unique number, followed by an e-mail with the amount due, a reference number and the City’s banking details. This should be sent within two working days. You can pay your licence fees by transferring the funds electronically from your banking website. (Use the reference number listed on the e-mail on your banking site, not the unique number). You can also obtain this payment information from the call centre on 086 010 3089. The City will process and post your licence within five working days. This facility is for the payment of vehicle licenses only.

Photos pour in for photo competition Entries for the DistrictMail Kodak Express Superfoto competition are pouring in and some fantastic photos from keen Helderberg photographers have already been received. For the next six months (starting from 1 March and ending on 30 August) three DistrictMail readers will stand a chance each month to win fantastic prizes worth a total of R20 000. Photographers of all ages are invited to enter their photos in any of these three categories: 1. Macro (use your Macro lens or Macro apps to get close to plants, insects, birds, etc.), 2. Face of the Helderberg (photos depicting a unique Helderberg scene) and 3. Candid moments (children, pets, friends, etc). Every month, one winning photo in each category will be chosen by an independent panel of judges. Each of the category winners will receive a R500 voucher with the compliments of Kodak Express Superfoto. At the end of the competition the photogra-

phers with the best photo in each category will win a camera. For more information call the one of the Kodak Express Superfoto stores at 021 852 6737 (Somerset Mall) or 021 850 0998 (Waterstone Village), or pay them a visit. To enter: • Print your favourite 10x15 cm photo • Write your name, telephone number, e-mail address, the relevant category, as well as the date and place where the picture was taken on the back of the photo • Hand in your photo at either the Kodak Express Superfoto in Somerset Mall or at Waterstone Village. T’s and C’s: • Judges’ decision is final • No correspondence afterward • No individual can win more than once, regardless of the category • DistrictMail reserves the right to use images in any of its future publications • Once a photo has been submitted, it becomes the property of DistrictMail (no photos will be returned)

This cute candid photograph was taken by Lisa-Maire Bodington, one of the winners in last year’s DistrictMail/Kodak Express Superphoto competition.

Reward for pendant NIKITA SYLVESTER Somerset West resident Jenny Hurling is going to all lengths to recover her one-ofa-kind missing pendant. Hurling says that because the pendant carries so much meaning and sentimental value, she is offering a R1 000 reward to the person who returns it, no questions asked. Hurling retells the unfortunate series of event which took place on her birthday, 13 February. Her daughter Taryn Erasmus decided to spoil her mother with beauty treatments at a spa in Somerset West. Being a regular client at the spa Hurling said she had recognised a few new employees whom she had never met before. “As I entered the room for my treatment I realised I was still wearing my beads and chain with the pendant around my neck.” Hurling adding that as she battled to get the clasp undone the pendant was still clearly vis-

The unique missing pendant. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

ible on her chain. Hurling remembers placing both her beads and chain on the cupboard beside her. After her treatment, she proceeded in putting her jewellery on when her chain fell from the cupboard. As she picked it up she noticed the pendant was no longer on it. Thinking it must have fallen somewhere, Hurling began searching the room. She called in her daughter, who was waiting for her outside, as well as some of the employees to help her look but to no avail. Hurling said she was definitely wearing the pendant when she entered the room because the woman who did her treatments was able to describe the pendant when Hurling enquired about its whereabouts. Determined to continue the search, Hurling got in contact with the owner of the spa who confirmed that although the pendant did not turn up, all the employees had undergone a polygraph test and were cleared. Despite making a case with the police, Hurling states that if her pendant is returned to her care she will withdraw the case, not press any further charges and reward the person with R1 000. “All I want is to get my pendant back. It is irreplaceable, there is not another one like that in the world, it was made especially for a loved one and passed on to me. No amount of money can replace it, means a lot to me. “Even if I don’t find it, I want to make sure that I did everything I could to get it back,” said Hurling. Anyone with information regarding the whereabouts of the pendant is asked to contact Jenny on 082 331 0338.


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IN MEMORIAM

H’berg business man remembered Francois Pretorius, a well-known local businessman, passed away on Thursday 28 February 2013. Paul du Toit of Morkel and De Villiers Attorneys tells the story of how Francois came to Somerset West as a young man with his young bride Debbie in 1982 where they swiftly established themselves in this community. They were the owners of Dilly’s Supermarket in Heldervue for a period of six years and became well known and much loved. Francois then decided that it was time for a change and ventured into the property business. He soon headed Remax, Somerset West, Strand and Gordon’s Bay and was widely regarded as an expert in the property field. Francois was an outdoor person and never happier than when he was camping in the bush. He had a particular fondness for the big cats and as a keen photographer had many beautiful photographs as trophies of lions and other wild animals in the veld. He always remained humble and was a good friend to so many people often assisting quietly and in the background where and when he was needed. He was a loving husband to Debbie and father to Philip and Niki, and he loved taking his family with him to his beloved bushveld, camping, braaiing and enjoying nature. The funeral service will be held on Friday 8 March at 10:00 at the Hottentots-Holland Dutch Reformed Church.

Charles Denniston: “Francois had a zest for life. He loved outdoor adventure and thrived on a chal­ lenge, whether it was arm wrestling or the highest dune. He had a keen sense of humour and loved nothing more than to reminiscence about all the an­ tics we got up to. “Francois was loved by all, but a private person and if you broke through all the bravado, you found a genuine, caring, fun­loving friend who would al­ ways be there for you. “‘To live in the hearts we leave behind, is not to die’.”

Melinda Steyn: “Ek het Francois leer ken in 2004 en in die amper nege jaar wat ons as familie hom geken het, het ons baie goeie tye saam beleef. Daar was die onbegaanbare roetes op toer in Bot­ swana in die moordende son, die aande om die kampvuur, wilde diere dophou vir ure. Die natuur was Francois se passie en dit is hoe ek vir Francois sal onthou. Francois het sy vriende onvoorwaardelik aanvaar en al was hy hoe besig, sou hy altyd tyd maak vir jou. Francois het nie weggeskram om betrokke te raak in moeilike situasies nie, maar het ook nie gehuiwer om sterk standpunt in te neem wanneer die situasie dit vereis het nie. Hy was ’n man wat emosie kon wys. Hy was iemand wat alles wat hy aangepak het, met deeglikheid en presisie be­ plan het. Hy was ’n realis. ’n Onvervangbare vriend wat ons te vroeg verlaat het.” Michel Fisher: “Ou swaar, man van min woor­ de, familieman by uitstek, kos en die buitelewe jou tweede liefdes. Jy het jou wedloop voltooi, mag jy tot rus kom op Kgalagadi. Ou Knormoer, we gonna miss you around the fire and table.” (Knor­ moer was sy bynaam van skooldae). Jaco and Cecile Holtzhausen: “ ’n Vriend deur dik en dun, in goeie tye en slegte tye, maar altyd daar vir jou. Jou heengaan was ’n skok vir ons wat moet agterbly, maar ons glo dat waar jy is, jy rus en vrede sal vind. Nooit sal ons vergeet ons geselsies om die kamp­

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en braaivleisvure nie. Soms het ons net na die vuur gestaar, maar so was ons elkeen tog bewus van mekaar. Die buitelewe was deel van Francois, kosmaak, of dit nou ontbyt, potjie of braai was, geurig en altyd met die nodige sorg en liefde. Jy laat ’n leemte in ons harte, ons mis en verlang elke dag. Weet dat Debbie, Philip en Niki altyd deel van ons sal wees en dat ons Hemelse Vader hulle sal omring met sy liefde en genade. Totsiens ou maat.”


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Ek wil graag die Engen Garage in Macassar bedank vir die uit­ stekende diens van al hul perso­ neellede. Ek het lanklaas sulke opgewekte, hulpvaardige mense gesien wat so opgewek hul werk­ take verrig. Ek het ’n ruk gelede ook hul diens geprys, en hulle be­ hou nog steeds dieselfde hoë standaard van dienslewering. Julle maak my dag altyd so won­ derlik, elke keer wanneer ek pe­ trol in my motor laat gooi. Elize Liebenberg

SWest law enforcers march against crime Violent crimes against young women once again reared it’s ugly head in the Helderberg this week. In two separate incidents (one in Gordon’s Bay and one in Sir Lowry’s Pass) two women were attacked, robbed and threatened. In both instances law-abiding citizens came to the aid of the women to try and stop the crime and arrest the criminals, but unfortunately the good samaritans came off second best and the perpetrators got away once more. Helderbergers are sick and tired of crime, criminals and the slow moving wheels of justice and are standing up to try and do something about it. A spokesperson for the SAPS this week however warned that when arrests are made by civilians, they should be careful of infringing on the alleged robber’s constitutional rights and rather phone the SAPS to deal with the crime. It appears that officials heard the public cries to stop crime and criminals and decided to do something about it. On Wednesday a group of law enforcement officers marched through Somerset West in an effort to curb crime in the area. Let’s hope this is a regular occurrence and is followed in all areas in and around the Helderberg.

Dankie aan Kansa se Relay for Life As kanker-oorlewende wil ek net ’n groot dankie sê vir die wonderlike geleentheid Saterdagaand 2 Maart by die Hoërskool Hottentots-Holland. Dankie is nie genoeg nie. Dit was met een woord puik en alle reëlings en vermaaklikheid was uitstaande. Daar was baie, baie hard gewerk van een en almal se kant – die eerste keer vir Helderberg, en beslis nie die laaste nie. Baie dankie aan die span wat alles so perfek gereël het: Carlione, Sonja, Heloise, Iana, Liza, Petro, Carlo, Eben en Lorraine. Ook aan hul mans wat net so hard gewerk het, ’n groot dankie. Baie dankie ook aan die selgroep van die NG gemeente Lourensrivier vir die heerlike eetgoed. My dank aan almal wat die geleentheid geborg het, asook hulle wat dwarsdeur die nag geloop het en sommer aan al jul lieflike mense God bless you. Julle almal het ons survivors so spesiaal laat voel. Ek sê ’n groot dankie aan Johan en Petro Pente. Hulle was my stapmaats by die Kansa Relay for Life. Toe ek ’n uiters moeilike tyd deurgemaak het, was hulle my steunpilare. Saam het ons die pad gestap. Vandag nog is hulle steeds daar met hul liefde, hulp en bystand. Ek sê, Thank you Jesus vir twee wonderlike vriende in my lewe. God se rykste seën vir hulle. Met dankbaarheid.

UNITA HERRER

Baie dankie aan die eerlike per­ soon wat my selfoon opgetel en vir die sekuriteit by Friedman & Cohen gegee het. Ek waardeer dit opreg. Mev. Dürr

QUENCHING HER THIRST: During the extremely hot weather experienced during the past weekend, Peter Bee captured this shot of a thirsty Michelle du Toit, cooling off with a long cool frostie at a Gordon’s Bay watering hole. Send all your Helderberg happy photos to mark@helderberg.com. .

I-Pledge vehicle safety campaign does not work in practice On 30 January 2013 my car was hit by a cargo truck on the N2. The truck swerved into the fast lane without looking and hit the left rear fender of my vehicle. The driver then (after many signals from me) refused to stop (illegal according to laws of South Africa) and I had to follow him all the way to Maitland at his stop. This was approximately 15 km from scene of accident. After I enquired as to what the driver thought he was doing he started using foul language, as witnessed by another employee. More than a month later, after

all my submissions, the company informed me that they deny liability as the driver’s version of the incident was not the same as my own. After informing the MD of the company that it was impossible to get witnesses since the driver kept driving away from the scene. The MD did eventually apologise for the inconvenience caused and promised to look into the matter. I recently received another email from that company denying liability of the accident. This shows that the same compa-

Verkeer neem toe, paaie onveranderd Ek bedank “Gatvol” (SMS) vir die inisiatief om die owerheid aan te val oor pad tussen Casablanca en Gordonsbaai. Dis so ’n besige en belangrike skakel-pad en word deur inwoners asook vragmotors en skool-vervoer gebruik. Menige dae weet jy nie waar om in die gruispad te ry nie. Ek woon nou 16 jaar in die

Strand en inwoners het seker al drie of vier keer verdubbel, maar bitter min word aan paaie gedoen vir oorvloed verkeer. Broadlands en Hoofweg is die ergste met soveel oortollige grond om paaie te verbreed, maar niks word gedoen nie.

GEORGE STRAND

Skuif van Sassa-betaalpunte ’n kopseer Die verskuiwing van Sassa se betaalpunte na die Shoprite-winkelsentrum in Macassar het ’n wesenlike impak op die mense, en op ons as klein besighede. Die mense moet in ellelange rye staan en word teen ’n slakkepas gehelp, aangesien net twee betaalpunte binne die winkel aan hul toegeken word.

Die negatiewe impak op ons is dat hul voor ons besighede staan, teen ons vensters leun en ons klientediens belemmer. Die bestuur van Shoprite ag dit natuurlik nie as ’n probleem nie omdat hul die aankope van die mense bekom.

GEROME VERMEULEN MCD TAKE AWAYS

Dankie PW Botha & Seuns Net ’n paar woorde van dank en waardering, en om ander lesers van DistriksPos in te lig dat ek reeds vir 25 jaar lank baie goeie diens van PW Botha & Seuns in Kusweg, Strand, geniet. Gedurende hierdie 25 jaar het verskeie van my motors daar die nodige aandag en onderhoud ontvang en die diens was altyd uitstaande. Mnr. Botha of sy seuns, of

die vriendelike ontvangsdame was nooit te besig om my dom vrae te beantwoord nie of om ’n tegniese aspek te verduidelik nie. Oor die afgelope 25 jaar het ek nooit gehuiwer om my motors in hul sorg te laat nie. Baie dankie, PW Botha & Seuns. Voorspoed vorentoe.

WIIDMAR JORDAAN STRAND

ny behind the I-Pledge vehicle safety campaign condones their drivers driving away from the scene of an accident and using abusive language to other road users. This is in a country where road accidents are a major problem and one would expect drivers of 18 wheeler trucks to be more cautious on the road. The company has contradicted itself tremendously in this situation and still did not even have the decency to apologise for the driver’s behaviour in the least.

RASTHOEM SIMONS

Sincere thanks I would like to extend my heartfelt thanks to Johan V Coetzee Insurance Brokers for going above and beyond the call of duty. I want to thank you for your professional service. I have been your client for the past 35 years and your treatment of us during a very difficult time in our lives has been amazing. To Lynette Knott, you deserve a medal for your wonderful and professional service. Keep up the good work. We are very happy and satisfied clients!

PETER AND PAM STUURMAN

Thanks for the improvements In these times of shocking service delivery we have been so impressed by the response received to two problems near our office in the Strand, namely the clearing of the nearby ‘tik-house’ and it’s unsavoury inhabitants (and keeping it clear) and the recent improvement in the condition of the Galloway Plein. To all those involved (Dave Venter, DA Helderberg, in particular) we’d like to thank you. Your efforts are hugely appreciated.

GRATEFUL STRAND

Ek wil net baie dankie sê aan die matrone en verpleegsusters van Mediclinic Vergelegen, Somer­ set­Wes. Julle was amazing Vry­ dag. Zalda Hendricks van Eerste­ rivier, jy is great. Baie, baie dan­ kie. Ek wou jou bedank het, maar ek het ongelukkig te veel pyn ver­ duur. Nogmaals baie dankie vir alles. Mev. October Ons kantoor het oornag besoek ontvang van die (anonieme) grasperkfeetjie. Die gras is net­ jies gesny, die rande ook, en die vullis is in ’n swart sak. Baie dan­ kie, jy is ’n ster. Esther Naude, PATCH Ek wil ook weet, wanneer gaan die munisipaliteit begroot om ’n ordentlike pawiljoen met ’n dak en sitplekke vir die gemeenskap van Rusthof te bou? Rugby is ’n wintersport en die hokkie van Abattoir­sportterrein is omtrent 53 jaar oud. Die toeskouers moet elke jaar in die warm son staan. In die winter reën ons sopnat, want daar is geen merkwaardige sportgeriewe nie. Lwandle het ’n ruk gelede ’n sintetiese sokker­ veld gekry. Is ons nie deel van die stad Kaapstad nie? Sportliefhebber van Rusthof Ondersteun vir Hettie by Salon Shalom in die Strand. Sy het my hare pragtig gekleur en gesny teen ’n pensioentrekker­prys. Sy is deeglik en baie trots op haar werk. Dankie. Ek waardeer dit baie. Marita I also saw the very large flying orange ball on the same night as MAX (DistrictMail 28 February) and thought it to be a UF0. I would also like to know what it was. Gloria I was saddened by the death of Christene Gordon, a great pio­ neer fighting against drugs and alcohol abuse in the Helderberg. You have run your race, may your soul rest in peace. Always remembered by Jackie Wentzel

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Weekly deadline: Monday, 12:00 We would like to invite our regular diary advertisers to send us pictures of their events for inclusion in our Social or Diary section. THURSDAY 7 MARCH SOMERSET WEST: ) The Somerset West Bird Club meets in the library hall at 20:00. Guest speak­ er: Jessie Walton. Entry free. Contact Jill Mortimer on 021 852 3615 or 083 454 5736. VRYDAG 8 MAART STRAND: ) NG­gemeente Strand se plaasmark in Faganstraat om 09:00 – 11:00. ) Verkoping van tweedehandse klere en goedere van 09:00 – 12:00 by die Strand­dienssentrum.0 Estelle Marais, 021 854 4552. SOMERSET WEST: ) The Helderberg Sunrise Rotary Club holds a charity horse race night in aid of local animal welfare charities at the Lord Charles Hotel, 18:30. Nine horse races will be shown with the opportunity to win great prizes. Theme: black and bling. Tickets: R120 (includes a wel­

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GORDON’S BAY: ) Fundraising event in aid of Winter Wonderland, Hobo dance, at The Barn in Sir Lowry Road, 19:00. Tickets: R80 per person (including meal). Bring a tin of food for charity. Tickets: Cathy at Leapfrog on 021 856 1535, or e­mail winterwonderland@gbbf.co.za.

STRAND: ) Die Helderberg Christelike Hulpak­ sie­groep vergader in die kerksaal van die NG gemeente Die Strand.0 Jackie Strauss, 021 853 5991.

SONDAG 10 MAART GORDONSBAAI: ) Laaste sessie van die reeks, 40 dae in doelgerigte liefde, om 08:00, 10:00 en 18:30 by NG­gemeente Gordons­ baai. 0 Kerkkantoor, 021 856 1654; Judy Beukes, 021 856 3807; of Jurgen Bester, 021 856 2265. SOMERSET WEST: ) Enjoy the beat of Marimba at the Mar­ ket Place – Your Local Goods Market – at Hathersage Farm in Gordon Road, from 10:00 – 15:00. Entry free. 0 Sha­ ron James, 082 295 1758. MONDAY 11 MARCH SOMERSET WEST: ) Free three­week film­making work­ shop for teenagers (Grade 7 – 12) at the Somerset West Baptist Church on Mon­ days from 16:00 – 17:15, until Monday 25 March. Supply a blank CD for fin­ ished films. Students create their own short film from scratch. E­mail name, age and contact number of student to Jennifer Pietersen at dra­ ma.swbc@gmail.com. ) The Somerset West branch of the SA Depression and Anxiety Support Group (SADAG) meets at the Coronation Ave­ nue Methodist Church, 18:00 –19:00. Topic: Caring for the soul. Contact Ru­ ach Counselling Centre on 021 852 8176, or

DINSDAG 12 MAART

All welcome at Sector 1 meeting The Strand Community Police Forum (CPF) invites the community of Sector 1 to a public meeting. Sector 1 includes the following areas of Strand: Broadlands Park, Gustrouw, Cassablanca, Dark City,

South Fork, Rusthof, Erijaville and Helderberg Park. The CPF and station commander of the Strand police will address the meeting, which takes place on 14 March at 19:00 in the Cassablanca Community Hall.

SOMERSET WEST: ) The Chuckle n Chirp Toastmasters Club meets at 18:30 for 19:00 at the Rotary Hall in Lourensford Road. Dress: semi­formal. Contact Carol­Ann Savos­ nick on 074 851 7624 or Juanita Tooth on 083 233 9095. WEDNESDAY 13 MARCH

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come drink and supper). Visit race.hsro­ tary.co.za to book, or phone Ann on 076 885 1821.

“Always our pleasure”

SOMERSET WEST: ) The Hottentots­Holland Garden Club meets in the library hall at 09:30 for 10:00. Guest speaker David Davidson presents the Gardening World Cup from Nagasaki. Visitors R10. 0 Carole Spencer, 021 851 7742 or 082 825 0508. DONDERDAG 14 MAART STRAND: ) Die Aanhouwen Werk­en­versor­ gingsentrum hou sy jaarlikse gholfdag. Formaat: 4­bal­saamspeel. Koste: R3 000 per 4­bal, wat ’n halfwegete en driegangmaaltyd insluit. RSVP: Anna­ Marie Geldenhys, 082 772 8447; Nico van Rensburg, 083 265 2252; of Linda Niemoller, 072 877 7337. SOMERSET WEST: ) The Helderberg Renaissance Foundation presents an address by architect and urban designerMarcoGerettoonthefutureplanning for the CBD of Somerset West at 17:30 for 18:00. Venue: The Manor House at Bridge­ waterManor.ContactsecretaryDrDawieKri­ el on 021 851 4562/078 170 6806 or e­ mail djkriel2@absamail.co.za.

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Rules for watering gardens In order to prevent further water wastage, residents are once again being encouraged to stick to the specified garden watering times. Especially important during summer seasons when dam levels traditionally tend to drop, the City of Cape Town’s water and sanitation department has confirmed that although there is no cause for concern, the City appeals to residents to remain water wise. The following rules apply when watering: • Only water gardens before 10:00 or after 16:00. • All hose pipes used for washing vehicles must have an auto-

matic self-closing nozzle fitted. • Residents who use borehole or wellpoint water must register or re-register their boreholes and wellpoints with the City. A new sign and certificate of appreciation will be provided to those who register new and re-register existing boreholes and wellpoints, which must be displayed prominently. Although they are exempt from the watering time stipulations, these water users are encouraged to only water their gardens during the stipulated watering times according to the City’s by-laws. Further details can be found on the City’s website.

CORRECTION: Last week, the District Mail incorrectly printed that JC Robinson accepted the University of the Third Age’s Civic Award. The award was accepted by Tony Searle (left), pictured above with subcouncil 08 chairperson Stuart Pringle.

IMPORTANT NOTICE CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR RENDERING SOCIAL WELFARE AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT SERVICES The Department of Social Development ascribes to the provincial vision of “An Open Opportunity Society”. This vision will be given effect to through the following strategic goals: Modernisation of Service Delivery, Improving Governance, Creating opportunities and Creating a caring society. In pursuit of these goals, proposals are invited from non-profit organisations to partner with the Department of Social Development in implementing the following services: Programme

Service Delivery Gaps

Target Area

Victim Empowerment

Provision of programme/service interventions for victims of crime and violence in rural and one Metro

Cape Winelands: Overberg; Eden/Karoo: Beaufort West, Oudtshoorn; West Coast Areas; Metro South: Ocean View, Red Hill, Masiphumelele, Fish Hoek

Provision of genderbased violence prevention programmes/services specifically aimed at men and boys, intimate partner relationships, families and perpetrators

West Coast Areas; Eden Karoo: Beaufort West, Oudtshoorn, George; Cape Winelands: Overberg

Sustainable shelter services/ halfway house services in three rural areas and one Metro

Metro South: Lavender Hill, Retreat; Cape Winelands/Overberg Areas; Eden/Karoo: Beaufort West, Oudtshoorn; West Coast Area

Social Crime Prevention

Provision of social crime prevention programmes/services aimed at adults

Metro North: Bellville, Parow CBD

Persons with Disabilities

Day Care Programmes for Children with disabilities

Metro South and East, Eden /Karoo, and West Coast.

Day Care Programmes for Adults with disabilities

Metro North and East, Eden/Karoo and West Coast

Protective workshop

Cape Winelands/Overberg: Swellendam

Advocacy programmes for persons with visual and hearing disabilities

Provincial: Western Cape

Network of services to facilitate intersectoral collaboration in the Disability sector in the province

Provincial: Western Cape

Older Persons

Geriatric Care and Management w.r.t. Health assessments for registration of funded residential facilities in the province

Provincial: Western Cape

Substance Abuse

Outpatient Treatment programmes

Eden/Karoo: Beaufort West, Oudtshoorn/Knysna; Cape Winelands/Overberg: Hermanus, Gansbaai; Langeberg, Ashton; West Coast Area

Re-integration and aftercare services

Eden/Karoo: Beaufort West, Oudtshoorn, Knysna; Cape Winelands/Overberg: Hermanus, Gansbaai

Daily provision of healthy foodpack (sandwich and fruit) to 150 participants at MOD (Mass Participation, Opportunity and Access, Development and Growth) centres in towns and suburbs across the province

Preference will be given to service providers who operate in close proximity to the specified sites: Metro South: Samora Machel, Woodlands, Beacon Valley, Rocklands, Tafelsig, Silvertown, Heideveld, Hout Bay; Cape Winelands/ Overberg: Swellendam, Hermanus, Touwsriver, Worcester, Ceres, Robertson, Stellenbosch, Paarl; Eden/Karoo: Heidelberg, Mossel Bay, Knysna, Plettenberg Bat, Oudtshoorn, Beaufort West, Murraysburg; West Coast Area: Saldanha, Vredenburg, Citrusdal, Clanwilliam, Vredendal

Sustainable Livelihood

The eligibility criteria and conditions applicable, Programme Specifications for MOD Centres and the application format can be obtained via an email to the helpdesk or visit our website at http://www.westerncape.gov.za/ eng/your_gov/4190 (Dept. of Social Development). Additional queries can be directed to the Helpdesk Call Centre number: 0800 220 250 or email address at services@westerncape.gov.za The closing time and date for the submission of applications is on 5 April 2013 at 16h00. All organisations that will be submitting proposals to the Department, including those currently receiving funding, must submit business plans. Business Plans can be posted for Attention: Ms M Hindley at the Department of Social Development, Private Bag X9112, Cape Town, 8000. Alternatively these must be placed in the marked boxes in the foyer of the Department’s Head Office, located at 14 Queen Victoria Street, Union House, Cape Town. TBWA\P39491\E

Some of the participants in the AFS programme are (back, from left) Tayyiba Arnold (volunteer, Strand), Hanna Klingler (German volunteer at Cotlands), Anton van Dyk (German exchange student), Tabea Emrich (German volunteer at Cotlands), Ezethu Tema, Nalin Nga-Fa (exchange student from Thailand, attended school at Madrassa Tur Rajaa in Strand), Juzaida Swain (volunteer in Mozambique on exchange) and Arthur-John Wildskut (volunteer in Malawi); (front, from left) Krit Kaewchamnong (exchange student from Thailand) and Kholofer Tema (host brother from Somerset West).

AFS needs hosts AFS Interculture SA, a nonprofit organisation which promotes intercultural learning and awareness through exchange programmes, invites families in the Helderberg to host young foreign exchange participants. According to a volunteer and representative of the organisation, Isaac Lategan, hosting an exchange participant is like inviting the world into your own home. “It is a fantastic opportunity to expose your family to a different culture whilst building a longlasting relationship with an interesting young person from another country. “We are inviting applications from safe, open-minded and caring families who will voluntarily provide the exchange participants with love, food, a separate bed and opportunities for culture sharing with each other and our diverse communities.” Lategan added that the local youth also has the opportunity to travel, attend school and experience life with a foreign family abroad through the AFS Interculture sending programmes. With this programme, exchange participants gain more appreciation of different cultures and many become active global citizens against poverty, racism and

gender discrimination. “AFS Interculture SA has given young people from around the world the opportunity to stay with a South African family and experience our culture of ubuntu since 1958.” If you would like more information on hosting a foreign exchange participant, phone Lategan on 083 988 5706. You can also send an e-mail to info-southafrica@afs.org, visit their website www.afs.org.za or find them on Facebook.

Anna Mason, exchange student from Italy (middle), with her host parents, Cecilia and Isaac Lategan from Somerset West. During her stay, Anna attended Gordon High School.


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Elke voëlliefhebber kan by kursus baat Die Flight for Birders voël-identifikasie en bewaringskursus deur Dr. Anton Odendal word op 21 en 22 Maart in die Helderberg Natuurreservaat aangebied. ’n Kort handleiding en sertifikaat wat deur BirdLife Suid Afrika onderskryf word, sal aan deelnemers gegee word – ongeveer 1 600 skyfies en illustrasies word gebruik. Die Afrikaanse en Engelse name van spesies word op die meeste skyfies aangebring. In baie gevalle word foto’s van soortgelyke of verwarrende spesies saam op een skyfie geplaas om verskille prakties uit te wys. Swaar klem word geplaas op die basiese stappe wat gevolg moet word om voëls te identifiseer en die beste plekke om raar en soms endemiese spesies te kry word bespreek. Deelnemers word deurlopend aangemoedig om betrokke te raak in die bewaring van voëls en hul habitatte. Tuinvoëls, watervoëls, roofvoëls en moeilike groepe soos Little Brown Jobs en swaels word sistematies en op praktiese wyse illustreer. Praktiese maniere om voëls en ander natuurlewe na die tuin te lok word ook breedvoerig bespreek. Die kursus fokus baie sterk op bewaringskwessies wat voëls bedreig en praktiese wenke word gegee oor hoe gewone voëlkykers in bewaringsaksies betrokke kan raak. Gevallestudies oor die impak van pelikane op broeikolonies van duikers aan die Weskus, die werk oor pikkewyne deur die Dyereiland Bewaringstrust en die werk van die Albatros Taakgroep word onder meer gebruik. Die kursus bespreek ook hoe ’n mens voorberei om die meeste uit voëlkyk te haal wanneer onbekende plekke besoek word en hier word ’n gevallestudie oor die voëls van die Kruger Nasionale Park gebruik. Die ontwikkeling van voëlkyktoerisme in Suid Afrika word ook beklemtoon. ’n Praktiese uitstappie waartydens deelnemers gewys word hoe om voëls te kyk maak ook deel van die kursus uit. Die kursus kan dus deur beginners so wel as meer ervare voëlkykers bygewoon word, omdat gepoog word om deelnemers te motiveer om voëls te geniet en ook ’n bydrae tot die bewaring van voëls en hul habitatte te maak. Die kursus word by die Mike Woods-saal in die Helderberg Natuurreservaat, Somerset-Wes aangebied. Die kostes beloop R400 per persoon. Die kursusprogram, registrasievorm en ander inligting kan van Elaine by 082 455 8402 of mwjasser@mweb.co.za ontvang word.

7 Maart, 2013

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ort Elizabeth – Municipalities around the country are being brought to their knees by ruthless syndicates who are responsible for cities and towns losing millions every month. The theft is relentless. In one of the more recent exa mples, t he Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality said it was l o s i n g 2 4 m i l l io n e a c h m o n t h . eThekwini ratepayers are reported to be losing R120 million a year. T he Cit ies of Cape Tow n a nd Johannesburg lose about R121 million and R663 million respectively. The crime has

of Eskom or local government, intimidating a nd v ict i m isi ng ord i na r y cit i ze n s, preventing them from taking action. Recently a large quantity of electricity boxes, connectors and a receipt book were found during the arrest of suspects in Port Elizabeth. The receipt book included addresses of buildings in Cape Town, George, Knysna and Port Elizabeth where electricity boxes were installed. Investigations are ongoing and information found in the receipt book could lead to further arrests. The perpetrators could face serious criminal charges.

also been reported as one of the factors that brought uMsunduzi Municipality to its knees. Many other smaller municipalities are likewise being devastated. The crime behind these losses is electricity theft and happens in various forms. Syndicates employ individuals who are desperate for work to sell illegal prepaid electricity vouchers, to connect households illegally, tamper with their meters, or to steal electricity cables. The culprits do all of this at a fee, luring innocent people into crime. These syndicates often pretend to be employees

Local government has joined forces with the power utility Eskom, the business sector and the media to stem the flow of losses caused by electricity theft. The South African Local Government Association (SALGA) is a core partner of Operation Khanyisa, a campaign that aims to mobilise all South Africans for legal, safe and efficient electricity use. SALGA has recently committed to redoubling its efforts to combat the crime of electricity theft, which it says is responsible for municipalities losing up to R3.2 billion each year.

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According to SALGA’s Executive Director for Municipal Infrastructure Services, Mthobeli Kolisa, SALGA needs to coordinate and support municipalities to act and report their action in respect of electricity theft, and to review their bylaws to have more stringent penalties against electricity theft. At the launch of Operation Khanyisa, Xolile George, CEO of SALGA, described electricity theft as “a pandemic coursing through our delivery capabilities and fiscal planning.” “Local government,” he said “plays a pivotal role in the distribution of electricity, and electricity theft hits at the very heart of the electricity distribution industry in South Africa.” “Enough is enough,” George continued. “We have joined forces with our partners in Operation Khanyisa and will stamp out this crime.” Together with Crime Line, Operation Khanyisa provides a platform for South Africans to report electricity theft anonymously, by sending a detailed SMS to 32211 (R1/SMS). For more information on how to report or how you can join the movement visit operationkhanyisa.co.za, like facebook. com/Operation.Khanyisa, follow twitter. com/@Op_Khanyisa or e-mail: info@ operationkhanyisa.co.za

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12 Distrikspos Helderberg community shows drive at Cansa Relay

Algemeen General

7 Maart, 2013

This past weekend saw the launch and successful finish of the first CANSA Relay For Life Helderberg, held on Hottentots-Holland High School’s rugby field. At 18:00 on Saturday, 60 cancer survivors, the oldest being 90 years old and the youngest six years old, led the teams for the start of an all-night relay around the field. Teams of between 10 and 15 people could enter at R75 per person. The funds will be donated to CANSA. “The Helderberg community showed drive, dedication, determination and a commitment that is unequalled and unmatched. Spirits remained high all night, with people supporting and motivating each other as the goal for can-

cer awareness remained in each and everyone’s hearts and minds,” said Colin Prinsloo, one of the organisers. He thanked the following teams: Lochnerhof Primary School (Lochie Diva’s), Strand High (Eagles), BUCO (who also sponsored the Survivor T-shirts), Hotshots, Herbalife, Clark Pools (The hair salon combo team who won the team prize for most funds raised), Care Bears and Purple Turtles just to name a few. Special mention must be made to individuals such as Johannes, who completed a total of 131 laps, and Dennis from Team Purple Turtles who completed 111 laps, totalling almost ninety seven km between the two of them. “They not only inspired everyone else, but showed team work and dedication that is unri-

valed. Special thanks goes out to HottentotsHolland High School for sponsoring the venue and all the facilities free of charge, and to the Strand Lions Club and other unsung heroes who ensured bellies were filled and energy levels remained high all night.” The organisers want to thank each and every one who took part for making this an event that will remain a beacon in the hearts of hundreds, and contributing to the success of the event. They plan to host the same event next year. To become part of this, phone Carol on 073 204 5979, email helderberg4cansa@live.co.za or find them on Facebook.

Robyn van Rooyen, a survivor, who sang the opening song at the event.

Sharon Kruger (caregiver) and Sandra de Jager (survivor) walking the opening round.

The oldest and youngest survivor at the opening of the event, Kay Krest (90) and Hannah Moses (6).

Great support for Cansa at mall The 10th annual Cansa Shavathon was greatly supported by all at Somerset Mall this past Saturday. People of all shapes, ages and sizes showed up to either have their heads shaven, sprayed or to make use of this year’s added bonus – colour hair gel. The cost were R50 for adults and R25 for children under 12 and volunteers were hard at work the whole day from 08:00 to 17:00 in the area opposite Cape Town Fish Market. According to Elnette du Toit, community mobiliser for Cansa, the total funds raised could not be confirmed yet.

Serenity Mnyamana having her head shaved by Grant Rowen.

Some of the volunteers at the Cansa Shavathon at Somerset Mall this past Saturday (from left): Lynn Wentzel, Susan Rowen, Tracey-Leigh April, Elnette du Toit, Leonora le Grange and Sam Rudman. In front are Timothy Isaacs and Raquel Tetley.


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Leefstyl Lifestyle

7 Maart, 2013

Blommeklub leer by mekaar Die Helderberg Blommeklub het hul opening vir 2013 op Dinsdag 26 Februarie gehou. Die klub is opsoek na nuwe lede en almal is welkom om aan te sluit. Hoe dit werk is, elke maand kry die klub ’n ander demonstrateur wat die lede kom toespreek. “Jy neem dit wat vir jou belangrik is en maak dit jou eie deur ’n blomontwerp by die huis te gaan oefen. Volgende maand bring jy dan daai ontwerp na die klub waar dit beoordeel word,” verduidelik klubvoorsitter Jannie du Toit.

Hy voeg by dat foute herstel kan word en dat die ander klublede so dan ook uit mekaar se foute kan leer. Volgens Du Toit het baie van die lede nog nooit blomme gerangskik nie en gevolglik gee hy en Engela Kruger, twee van die klub se senior lede baie aandag aan beginners. Nuwe lede is welkom om aan te sluit teen R60 per persoon. Die volgende vergadering vind plaas op Dinsdag 26 Maart in die SomersetWes-biblioteeksaal om 18:30. Vir meer inligting, bel Du Toit by 072 473 2420.

Lorraine Rose (president van die Wes-Kaapse Blomme Vereniging van blommerangskikkers), Jannie du Toit (voorsitter van die Helderberg Blommeklub) en Marjolijn Malan (visepresident van die Wes-Kaapse Blomme Vereniging van blommerangskikkers en ook ’n demonstrateur).

Erelede Tommy Dell, Koos Myburgh en Engela Kruger.

UITSTALLING VAN KLEINES: ’n Uitstalling van kleiner kunswerke met die tema, Kinderspeletjies en ander kortverhale, word deur plaaslike kunstenaar, Selma Albasini, by The Duck Pond Restaurant by Welmoed Kelder net buite Stellenbosch, gehou. Die werke is te sien tot 6 Mei. Selma het beeldende kunste studeer aan die Universiteit van Pretoria studeer. Sy verdien haar brood en botter deur as vryskut grafiese ontwerper te werk. Haar ware liefde is egter skilder en teken en sy het deur die jare aan verskeie kunsuitstallings in die Wynland deelgeneem. Vir meer inligting oor die uitstalling, bel Charlene of Ronel by 021 881 3310, of stuur ’n e-pos na info@duckpond.co.za

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14 Distrikspos Beaumont skitter op TV

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7 Maart, 2013

Bekende sanger Anthonie Bougas het Maandagaand sy program Tienerzone, by Laerskool Beaumont aangebied. Anthonie het al meer as 800 skole landswyd besoek, insluitend Namibië en binnekort Botswana. Volgens Rensche Bougas, produksiebestuurder van Tienerzone, word die program vervaardig vir Kruiskyk, ’n Christelike-gebaseerde kanaal. “Deel van die program is die Gospelkompetisie, Solis vir Christus wat ’n totaal van R70 000 se pryse insluit,” verduidelik Rensche. Die pryse sluit in die opname van ’n CD, fotosessie, en ’n musiekvideo. Renche het gesê ’n rekord getal deelnemers van Laerskool Beaumont het na die finaal deurgegaan. Die finaal vind op Saterdag 21 April in die Kraaifontein-stadsaal, plaas. Vir meer inligting, besoek www.tienerzonetv.com. Anthonie is ’n boorling van Somerset-Wes. Sy oupa, John, en ouma, Rouxve, woon steeds hier.

Anthonie en die wenners van Laerskool Beaumont: (van links) Nathan van Niekerk, Matthew Hendricks, Diana Millard, Clara Smit, Zara Vermeulen, Elana Mitchel, Carly Beavon en Seth van Graan.

Finest school big bands at V&A Waterfront Lovers of jazz, blues, swing and rock can take a drive to the V&A Waterfront in March when Cape Town’s finest schools big bands will battle it out. These bands have travelled the world, performed for royalty and participated in world famous annual festivals across the country in their various repertoires. The line-up is as follows: Monday 18 March from 18:00 – 19:00, SACS High School. Tuesday 19 March from 18:00 – 19:00, Rustenburg Girls High School. Wednesday 20 March from 18:00 – 19:00, St Joseph’s Marist College. Thursday 21 March from 17:00 – 18:00, Con Amore. Friday 22 March from 18:00 – 17:00, Delft Big Band. Saturday 23 March from 17:00 – 18:00, Sans Souci Jazz Cats. Saturday 23 March from 18:00 – 19:00, Wynberg Girls High School. Sunday 24 March from 17:00 – 18:00, Bergvliet High School. Sunday 24 March from 18:00 – 19:00, Milton Academy (USA). These bands will be competing for a grand prize donation from Marshall Music. It takes place at the V&A Waterfront Amphitheatre and entrance is free.

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Anthonie Bougas tydens Maandag se konsert by Laerskool Beamount.

The Cape Getaway Show: dream it, plan it, do it The Cape Getaway Show will once again return to Lourensford Wine Estate in Somerset West from 15 – 17 March. Last year the much anticipated travel and outdoor exhibition saw more than 17 800 visitors. Hosted by MercedesBenz Vans, 2013 promises to be an even more exhilarating experience for all travel, adventure and outdoor enthusiasts. Visitors to the show can expect over 250 interactive exhibits in airconditioned marquees showcasing accommodation, African destinations, camping and out- An enthusiastic exhibitor at a previous Cape Getaway show. door gear, 4x4 vehicles PHOTO: SUPPLIED and accessories, adventure opportunities, Ride Magazine and Cy- ball, while adults enjoy live music, the Cascle Lab’s mini cycle show and a workshop tle Lite beer tent, Best Value wine tastings for budding travel and wildlife photogra- and an array of foods. The show is open from 10:00 – 18:00 on phers. Visitors can also walk away with week- Friday 15 March, 09:00 – 19h00 on Saturday end breakaways, gear and other prizes in 16 March and 09:00 – 17:00 on Sunday 17 March. the spin-and-win competition. Entry is R60 for adults and R30 for penEnjoy the Lourensford Estate with hikes, mountain bike rides, helicopter sioners and students, children under 12 are free. Parking is free. Tickets available flips and a 4x4 track. With the focus on a fun day out for the at the gates or online at getawaywhole family, kids activities include a show.co.za. Full show details can be found climbing wall, quattro bungy and bubble at www.getawayshow.co.za.

PLAASLIKE TALENT: Marichje (Miggie) de Necker tree 15 en 16 Maart in die Dramaklaskamer van Hoërskool Strand op. Haar optrede is vir blootstelling, asook om geld in te samel sodat sy aan ’n kompetisie in Rustenburg kan deelneem. Albei vertonings begin om 19:30 en kaartjies kos R50. Skakel 072 879 3140 om te bespreek of stuur ’n e-pos na louiedenecker@gmail.com.

Gig guide The weekend’s Gig Guide: ) Saturday 9 March – Heather Waters will be performing at Blue Rock Cable Waterski and Restaurant in Sir Lowry’s Pass at 16:00 – Mississippi Disco, made up of four highly experienced musicians, will be rocking Bertie’s Moorings in Gordon’s Bay. The members are Byron Colquhoun (vocals and acoustic guitar), Morné Barnard (rhythm and lead guitar), Davie Namonde (bass guitar) and Donnovan Kennedy (drums and percussion). Their performance starts at 21:00 and entrance is free. ) Sunday 10 March The Natasha Meister Band, known for theirblues,butwiththeversatilityofyoung Canadian born Natasha Meister, is performing at Bertie’s Moorings at 18:00.

Market The Olde Oaks Farm Stall takes place this Sunday in Somerset West Business Park from 10:00 – 15:00. The Township Animal Rescue is the charity who benefits from this stall. They sell T-shirts, recipe books, doggy treats and other goodies to raise funds. Donations in the form of pet food, blankets and toys are always welcome. It can be dropped off at the market on Sundays. Phone Mandy on 0 082 374 6648 for more information.


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Skole Schools

7 Maart, 2013

Beaumont builds a greener future Beaumont Primary School has been an Eco-School for the past few years. By maintaining certain green standards set out by the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA), they have earned the honour of flying the Green Flag. In the latest portfolio which was sub-

mitted, Beaumont was awarded a Gold Certificate. “We are very proud of this award. Our learners, teachers and parents all work towards creating a greener future in Somerset West. This year we will work towards earning our International Green Flag,” said Carol Viljoen, the eco-representative of the school.

From left: Tori Summerfiled, Liam Swart, Candice Hughes, Cole Cloete, Luca Kolatsis, Lara Colman, Sino Bovana and Asi Solani.

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Bekende sangers by Marvin Parker se sangmiddag

BOLAND VERTEENWOORDIGERS: Dertien van Hoërskool Parel Vallei se atlete is gekies om Boland te verteenwoordig by eerskomende Saterdag se Wes-Kaapse kampioenskappe wat by Dal Josaphat in die Paarl plaasvind. Hier (agter, van links) is, Michael Pienaar, Nico Nel, Sebatian Laros, Sean Stander en Reed Breitenbach; (front) Carissa van Beek, Chere Mostert, Jessica Hattingh, Margaret Kuhn, Bianca Smith, Chrizaan van der Walt en Rebecca Kaps. Afwesig: Giovanni Matthews.

ATHLETES HONOURED: Beaumont Primary recently held their inter house athletics and the following pupils excelled: Lutho Phumela (best field athlete and junior track athlete), Kyle Kirstein (junior track athlete), Rachel Kaps (victrix ludorum), Francois Lotter (best field athlete), Danelle Human (senior track athlete). Absent from photo is Markus Seele (senior track athlete and victor ludorum).

Marvin Park Primêre Skool bied op Sondag 17 Maart om 15:00 ’n sangmiddag in die Hoërskool Macassar-saal aan. Toegangsgeld beloop R20 per persoon. Bekende kunstenaars wat by die geleentheid sal optree, is Franklin en Mercia Sedgwick, Ruben Davids en vele ander dansgroepe en sangers. Vir meer inligting oor die sangmiddag by Hoërskool Macassar, kontak asseblief vir Marvin Park Primêr by 021 857 1440.

SETTING THE EXAMPLE: These SomerStrand College learners have recently been chosen as the prefects for 2013. Seen here (back, from left) is Odette Theron, Leanne Watson and Shaiban Gordon; (front) Michael du Plessis, Zoe Campher and Caleb Nel.

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7 Maart, 2013

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Pronk met hoede Radio Helderberg, tesame met die Helderberg Blommeklub, het Vrydag 1 Maart ’n suksesvolle Mad Hatters Partytjie gehou. Die saal van die Laerskool Hendrik Louw was propvol gaste wat nie net die geleentheid geniet het nie, maar ook met hul uiteenlopende, kreatiewe hoede kom pronk het. Tommy Dell en Marius Dippenaar het die gesellige dansmusiek verskaf. Die Blommeklub het heerlike verversings verkoop en die dekor verskaf om die regte atmosfeer te skep. Die geleentheid was voorwaar ’n onvergeetlike ervaring.

Tommy Dell en Rina Groeneling.

Van die gaste pronk met hul hoede.

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Jacques, Leana en Sannie Vermeulen met Marie Bailey en Sandra Lizamore.

Gerrit en Maureen de Villiers herdenk hul huwelik van 50 jaar op 9 Maart. Drie kinders, Elizma, Trudie en Gerrit, en ses kleinkinders is uit die huwelik gebore.

Sharyn Legg, a former pupil of Hottentots-Holland High School, received her Bachelor of Science (Hons) degree in Quantity Surveying. She graduated with first class honours at the University of Westminster in London, UK. Having worked abroad on large infrastructure projects within the rail and aviation sector for the past 10 years, she aspires to become chartered with the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors later this year.


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Sake Business

7 Maart, 2013

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The great rotation, out of bonds into equities

It has been said that investing is simple, but not easy. Global asset managers are currently talking about the “great rotation” referring to the possible move out of bonds into equities as investors try to protect their wealth against rising inflation. The investment theory is simple. The current yield on a 10 year US treasury is 1,9%, providing a 0,2% real return before tax (US inflation currently at 1,7%). If or rather when – if you believe in Keynesian economic theory – inflation begins to rise bond investors will be forced to move out of bonds or face real losses on their investments. The rather obvious alternative investment for bond investors is global equity. Developed Market Global equity indices have only just recovered to their previous highs in 2000, whilst corporate earnings have grown strongly

over the period resulting in the very favourable current valuation multiples. Keep in mind investors generally shunned risky equities in favour of risk-free bonds over the last 12 years. A current global equity dividend yield of ± 3%, with the potential for growth, is indicative of great value, offering investors a “no-brain” alternative to the dismal returns generated from bonds. If it is so simple, then why is it that the bulk of global investment money still sits in bonds? Investing may be simple, but it is not easy. Fresh in the mind of global equity investors is the massive loss suffered in 2008 when they saw almost half their wealth disappear overnight. Since then central bankers around the world

have unleashed unprecedented stimulus in order to try and promote economic growth and employment, this without much success to-date. So, although inflation concerns seem well founded, the Japanese experience of 20+ years of deflation serves to remind investors that this is not a one way bet. There is risk; however equity investors are being paid to take the risk with the equity risk premium now well above its longterm average. For the bold investor there appears to be a rather obvious trade, which the “herd” are ignoring.

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Why is diesel so expensive? NIKITA SYLVESTER Although motorists and commuters gasp each time they hear the words “fuel price increase”, it has become a common occurrence. Petrol and diesel prices have indeed increased again yesterday (6 March) by 81c and 53,38c respectively. With the rapidly increasing price of fuel the Cape Town Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry feel that this constant incline calls for a recalculation of how these prices are determined. Fred Jacobs, president of the chamber, explained that the system was devised years prior in different political and economical circumstances. The formula might even be outdated. “Business is particularly concerned about the price of diesel which is a basic input cost for agriculture and transport. It affects the price of every item of food in the supermarket,” said Jacobs. According to Peter Hugo, chairman of the chamber’s transport portfolio committee, the formula for

calculating fuel prices was a complicated one. “There should be scope for improvements and adjustments to bring it into line with changing circumstances,” he said. He continued in stating that the situation has worsened in the last 15 years with diesel now being the more expensive fuel despite the fact that it was the cheaper one to produce. “This should make us review the way the diesel price is calculated and also the various taxes on diesel. The government thought there was a good case to reduce taxes on diesel in 1998 and we think there is an even better case now,” said Hugo.


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7 Maart, 2013

07 Gelukwensing Congratulations

FAMILIEKENNISGEWINGS FAMILY NOTICES 08 Sterfgevalle Death Notices

ELLWOOD Jeanette Louisa 28.05.1949 - 28.02.2013 Beloved daughter to Guy, mother to Yvette and Haydn, sister to Deon and grandmother to Christiaan, Sienna, Michael, Connor and Erin, passed away peacefully after a long period of illness. Her spirit, love and devotion will live on in each of us. Deeply mourned by all her family and friends. Memorial service to be held on Tuesday 12 March 2013 at 14h00 in The Methodist Church, Coronation Avenue, Somerset West. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Helderberg Hospice.

FRANCOIS PRETORIUS Die begrafnis vind plaas in die NG Kerk HottentotsHolland, Gordonweg, Somerset-Wes om 10:00, Vrydag 8 Maart 2013.

FERAYDO ADOLF 07/03/2013 Kyk wie is 2 jaar oud Baie geluk ons groot seun. Ons is so trots op jou Baie liefde Mommy & Dadda

DONNELLY - SHEILA: Passed away on 9 March 1980. Our words are few, our feelings are deep, precious memories we'll always keep. Always remembered by Eleanor and Paddy

NIGEL KENNETH NORVALL 22.04.1942 - 09.03.2012 IN MEMORY OF MY DAD AND BEST FRIEND Although it has been a year since you passed away; you will always be in GUESS WHO'S 40 our hearts. We think Happy birthday about you and cherish your Love you stax special memory, each and From your crazy family everyday... Your smile, your wisdom, your kindness, your bellowing voice, your unwavering love, your kisses after firstly wiping your mouth dry, your phone calls, your Pork Roasts slow cooked for days, your devillish sense of humour, your brutal honesty and your source of inner strength shared with all around if ever needed whenever, wherever. GUESS WHO'S going to RIP Pappa. ce l e b ra te h i s 2 1 st All our love, Josie and birthday on 10th March family. x 2013? Congratulations With lots of love from his mommy Caroline Jacobs.

Lillian Gloria Landers 28/4/1927 - 3/3/2012 Mother, Grandmother and Great grandmother You never said I'm leaving, you never said goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knew why. A million times we needed you, a million times we cried. If love alone could have saved you, you never would have died. In life we loved you dearly, in death we love you still. In our hearts you hold a place that no one could ever fill. It broke our hearts to have lost you, but you didn't go alone. Parts of us went with you, the day God took you home. Treasured in our hearts you will stay, until we meet again. Daughter Lucille, son-in-law Richard, granddaughters & greatgrandchildren.

MALCOLM TIMOTHY MITCHELL 03 MARCH 1970 Your 1st birthday in Heaven. Your absence is hard to bear. Sadly missed by mom,son, brothers, sisters, sisters-in-law & brother-in-law, nieces & nephews.

RAYMOND HARTOGH (75) 'n Welbekende inwoner en jarelange rugbyspeler (Exscholars) is op 26 Februarie na 'n siekbed in Helderberg Hospitaal oorlede. Dit is met 'n swaargemoed dat ons van hom afskeid neem. Hy word oorleef deur sy vrou, seun en twee dogters, en kleinkinders. Raymond se begrafnis vind plaas op Saterdag, 9 Maart om 09:00 in die Methodiste Kerk Rusthof Strand, gevolg deur 'n privaat verassing. Die familie bedank graag almal vir blyke van meegevoel.

DANIEL PETER JACOBS (DAANTJIE / BOETIE) 8 March The day you were called home and we were left all alone. Your 1st year in Heaven and although we miss you so much and the hurt is still there, the love you had for us and the joyful memories gets us through the days. Safe in the arms of Jesus. Love always from Wife, Children & Grandchildren

HAUPT NEVILLE HARRY 08.03.2013 Today 4 Years ago, God decided to take you to your heavenly home. Still miss you dearly Mervyn, Pruna & Family KILLIN - NORMAN 28/11/32 - 08/03/12 One year has passed and the pain will not go. A million times I've missed you, a million times I've cried. If my love could have saved you, you would never have died. You remain in my heart forever. You loving wife Gill

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MISSING: INDIAN RING NECK PARROT Name: Schnoogles REWARD OFFERED R500 TO ANYONE WHO FINDS HIM! Contact: 074 174 1845 / 071 351 7689.

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WITHERS Mike, Love of my life and Nikki, beloved daughter. I thought of you with love today but that is nothing new. I thought about you yesterday and days before that too. Your memory is my keepsake with which I'll never part. God has you in his keeping, I have you in my heart. Unseen, unheard but always near. So loved, so missed and very dear. Margaret and family.

STORAGE: 88 ON MAIN STRAND 24 Hours security Armed Response 34 Secure Units from R300 per month plus Vat Contact: Gerhard 021 8418556 gnel@rolagrp.co.za

NALA ons Malteser is weg Area: Gordonsbaai Beloning : R200.00 Skakel: Karin 084 510 5465 Hennie 084 510 1936

RAIMONDI, Marcella 13/02/1911 3/03/2008 In memory of our dearly beloved mother, grandmother and greatg ra n d m o t h e r. H ow privileged and blessed we were to have had such a wonderful, generous, loving and kind mamma and nonna. Greatly missed by her son Antonio, daughter Elvira, grandchildren and greatgrandchildren.

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STORAGE MEGA 24 Hour access 24 Hour security Closed circuit TV

LOW RATES!!!! 290 Secure Storage Units Also Mini Workshops with electricity ALEXANDRINE weg gevlieg Saterdag middag Area: Gordonsbaai Beloning: R200.00 Skakel Karin 084 510 5465 Hennie 084 510 1936

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Repairs/renovations Dutch qualified Watchmaker/Jeweller Collect and deliver Rolf: 021-8530576 Business Registration Office Caledon Street, S/W 8am-4pm Mon-Fri 021 852 4444 Come to us for: Pty Ltd Companies Non Profit Co's Co-operatives Trusts, CK1, CK2 CC Changes Sole Proprietor Trading name Annual Returns Restoration Business Plans Deregistration Trademarks BEE, PAYE, Tax UIF, VAT, WCA Financial Statements Tax Returns bizro.co.za bellville.bizro.co.za strand.bizro.co.za ONLINE BUSINESS Annual Returns, CC's Companies & Websites ( 021-903 8062 or info@onlinebusiness.co. za TOURAWAY AIRPORT SHUTTLE Toere & Funksies IAN DESSINGTON Tel: 083 260 4728 iandessington@yahoo.c om

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DAYMOTHER Providing qualified care & education in a loving home for children 0-3 years. Strand / nearby SW. Odette 084 928 4756.

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SILVERLINERS LINEDANCE STUDIO Dancing solo in lines! - to Country, Latin, Pop, Disco and Irish music. Classes Mon. - Thurs. on all levels. Please ph. Martie 083 287 7040

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HERBALIFE INDEPENDANT DISTRIBUTOR Nutritional products for health, weightloss and sports. Call 082 720 4131.

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Bookkeeper-On-Call Bookkeeping & Payroll services on a part-time basis. Contact/ Sms: 083 277 7763 SAFE AND SURE I can drive you anywhere in the Helderberg area, i.e C.Town Airport etc. Tel: 072-125-8962

JUMPING CASTLES en waterglybaan te huur. Tel: Charmaine by 8533999 of 083-513-9493.

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Choose your theme! We deliver, erect & collect. 072 411 6416

SPRINGKASTELE, heliumballonne, koeke, roomyskoeke, party packs. Kontak Riana 083 308 5050 of Chevonne 076 659 4026.

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Garage Sale. T h i s Saturday - Side server in metal and glass R250.. Wooden lathe with selection of wood chisels R1200., various workshop screws, and nuts. Wooden dressing table R500. Miscellaneous house hold goods. Bird cage, glass and plate ware. Tel 021 852 4257 or 083 651 9516.

STURDY 6 SEATER lounge suite, dark pink upholstery R6 000. Ascot Queen size mattress R1 000. Single bed with side cupboard R1 000. DSTV Decoder R350. 54cm Colour TV R500. Pls call 083 384 0832.

ROCON DEVELOPMENT

TE KOOP Marmoset aapie. 2½ jaar oud seuntjie. R2500.00 o.n.a. 081 450 5061. WENDY HUIS TE KOOP. 3m x 2.5m. Baie goeie toestand. R5 000. Skakel 082 968 9678.

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HAVING A PARTY? Slipping slides & jumping castles for rent! Joe 082 302 0166 Dewet 079 183 5707 JUMP 4 JOY! Jumping castles, shark slide, funhouse, Gladiator boat, Tro-pical Island, Ball ponds, Wa-ter slides, ( Helene Cloete 8531187 or 082-222-0859.

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FIREWOOD KAGGEL / BRAAI HOUT BLue Gum ­ R700 Black Wattle ­ R750 delivered & stacked Tel 083 450 7534 / 021­852 1029.

NAILS ACRYLIC - Best prices in Somerset West. I do travel for Retirement villages & Pensioner. For appointment call Michaela 071 265 3706

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SARENE'S DANCE STUDIO 185 Main Rd. Strand . Social . Wedding dances . Ballroom & Latin . Karate Sarene 082 453 6421 sarenem@absamail.co.za

FUNCTION VENUE 185 Main Rd. Strand Brand new upmarket function venue available for rent - incl braai facilities. Ideal for weddings & company functions. Sarene 082-453-6421 sarenem@absamail.co.za

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TOWNSHIP ANIMAL RESCUE will be at the Audacia Root 44 Market (opposite Mooiberge Farm Stall on the R44) on Sat. March 9th and Sun. March 10th from 11-2pm. Come and see our adorable pups and kittens and older dogs desperate for good homes. Our shelter has been closed down, our dogs are in kennels until end of Feb and after that they have nowhere to go. Please help! Tel. 021 855 1824 or 084 423 5991 for more info. www.townshipanimalrescu e.co.za

ABANDON your search! CASH for modern clothes, shoes, children's clothing, fancy dress, linen, kitchenware, books. I collect! ( Carol 082 890 5749. ABOUT FURNITURE W A N T E D : Queen Ann and Victorian l o u n g e suites, Grand Father clocks a n d R o l l Top desks. Call 021 853 1341 o r 082-771-3650. ACCESS PAWN Need Cash! Phone Polla 082 407 8075

CASH PAID FOR YOUR JEWELLERY Broken or unused Best prices offered STRAND GOLD EXCHANGE 88 MAIN RD, STRAND (Opposite Strand Station) 076 517 9891

ANGLO AUCTIONEERS We buy and auction for cash Household Furniture, Antiques, Catering & any movable assets. Contact: Johan 021-851 2542 / 072 490 2312 EMBUIA, S t i n k h o u t , Geelhout en Swarthout meubels gesoek, asook "Queen Anne" & "Victoriaanse" sitkamerstelle. Kontak Freddie by 8543998 of 082 9237 283. FURNITURE, FRIDGES, ANTIQUES. Thinking of selling any item? I will be keen to make you a cash offer. Kindly phone Ronnie 082-8239944. WE BUY BEDDING, LINEN, Curtains, baby/children clothing, Tv's, fridges & any household items. Ph. 084 989 6712

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ELECTRICAL appliances, repairs to fridges, stoves, washing machines, tumble dryers, dishwashers, etc. Established 30 years in the Helderberg. Qualified trade diploma. Paul Clark (021) 8565132. ALL FRIDGE AND DOMESTIC REPAIRS MOBILE WORKSHOP WENTZEL 083 897 2928 081 443 3396 FRIDGE / FREEZER/AIRCON We buy & repair fridges No call out fee/Promt service 076 552 0272 www.fridgefreezermobile. co.za

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ACCESS AUCTIONS Nou op Donderdae!!! 7 Maart om 19h00 ( 082 407 8075 Experienced HANDYMAN for all types of repairs. No job too big or small. General painting, electrical, etc. Sms or call 082 442 8044. All building plans professional CAD drawn. Cheapest rates, all areas. Contact Rory 0218510792 or 083 456 2823 info@theplanco.co.za APPLIANCE AT ALL Repairs at your home Fridges & Freezers, Stoves, Washing machines & Microwaves. Call 071-755-3390 ACCESS PAWN Need Cash! Phone Polla 082 407 8075

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CEMENTATIOUS FLOORING . All Screeds, any colour . Covering off tiles . Polyurethen, Hipoxy . R165/m² Call: Lucky 0789845141

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Garden Refuse Removal and general waste. Large & small loads 1 Ton bakkies & trailers. Tel. 082 7392 895 or 072 770 6873 HANDYMAN JGW Building Services offers you a handyman with 20 years experience. We do it all. No job too big or small. Call John 0829357904.

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Debiteure Klerk - Mediese Rekeninge Somerset - Wes Vorige ondervinding word sterk aanbeveel Besige praktyk met 4 dokters. Salaris onderhandelbaar Onmiddelik Beskikbaar Epos CV na amanda@orcrest.co.za

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ACCESS PAWN Need Cash! Phone Polla 082 407 8075 AVROY SHLAIN COSMETICS Sales Agents needed Earn 25 to 31% commission + incentives monthly. Contact Peggy 081 469 4427 CALL CENTRE STAFF Telemarketer position a va i l a b l e . P re f e ra b l y residing in Helderberg area. Experience required English and Afrikaans a must. Basic R4000.00 + commission + bonus. Please call (021) 853 4721

Business Consultant assistant required in Somerset West. Email CV to cv@admin.org.za

ACCESS AUCTIONS Nou op Donderdae!!! 7 Maart om 19h00 ( 082 407 8075 ARBEIDSREG PRAKTISYN/ KONSULTANT Geleentheid vir 'n Arbeidsreg kundige om betrokke te raak by 'n besige praktyk. Ondervinding is noodsaaklik. Terme van samewerking onderhandelbaar. Onmiddellik Beskikbaar. Faks 'n 2 bladsy CV alleenlik na 086 651 9120.

FAST GROWING MARKETING COMPANY LOOKING FOR YOUNG ENERGETIC INDIVIDUALS WHO CAN ANSWER YES TO THE FOLLOWING: . Speak English & Afrikaans . Outspoken personality . Ability to perform well under pressure . Target driven . Call centre knowledge . Available to start immediately We offer: . Basic + UP to R10 000.00 in commission to successful candidates . Call centre training . Cash money in your pocket if you reach expected targets

NG Kerk HottentotsHolland, Somerset-Wes BESTUURDER: Macassar Jesusbende Hottentots Holland Gemeente, Somerset-Wes benodig die dienste van 'n projekbestuurder wat verantwoordelik sal wees vir die effektiewe bestuur en beheer van 'n kinderevangelisasie-projek in Macassar. Hierdie bediening, bekend as die Macassar Jesusbende het ten doel om die evangelie van Jesus Christus aan die kinders van Macassar oor te dra. Die posisie vereis die volgende: . Christelike geloofskennis . Kennis van "gesins- en kinderbediening". . Projekbestuur: beplanning, bemarking, finansiële bestuur, personeel, administrasie en les beplanning. . 20 uur werksweek . Eie vervoer Kwalifikasies en ondervinding: . Toepaslike graad / diploma kwalifikasies in projekbestuur, skoolonderrig of maatskaplike dienste. . Vorige ondervinding in projekbestuur, skoolonderrig of maatskaplike dienste. . Ondervinding in fondsbestuur

Belangstellendes kan 'n aansoekvorm aanvra by foucheh@mweb.co.za of by die kantoor, NG Kerk Hottentots-Holland. Navrae kan gerig word aan: Hennie Fouché - 021 852 5004 (soggens) of 082 859 5 6 4 6 o f foucheh@mweb.co.za Aansoeke kan gerig word aan: Die Bestuurskomitee, Macassar Jesusbende, Posbus 735, Somerset-Wes, 7129 of per e-pos aan: foucheh@mweb.co.za of per hand aflewer by die kerkkantoor, Pleinstr 20, Call us now for a GOOD Somerset-Wes. AND FAST growing career Sl u i t i n g s d a t u m : 2 0 Maart 2013 in the call centre industry. SIGNAGE WORKSHOP FOR INTERVIEW CALL requires person with all 021-838 2056 OR 071 255 round signage production / 9348. installation experience, drivers licence, Pick 'n Pay Gordons Bay contactable references W e a r e s e e k i n g 082 747 3350 experienced: - Cashiers SKOONMAKER - Till Packers Skoonmaker benodig vir - Experienced Deli woonstelblok in Kusweg, Manager Strand. Moet goed met - Experienced Deli h a n d e k a n w e r k , Assistants betroubare nie-drinker. - Bakers required for Verkieslik 'n manspersoon weekends. Experience bo 25 jarige ouderdom. not compulsory, instore Kontakbare verwysings. training provided. Moet Engels en Afrikaans - Blockman vlot kan praat. - Confectioner E p o s C V n a : - Security Guards with caretakercv@gmail.com of Retail Experience faks: 086 660 7746. Fax CV+ ID to: 086-5649167 O n s s o e k ' n "Turner/Machinist" om Gekwalifiseerde Haar dadelik diens te aanvaar. Stillis benodig vir besige 'n Rooiseël sertifikaat of haarsalon. Skakel Morne toepaslike ondervinding 'n by 021 854 7781. vereiste. Die kandidaat moet onder druk tot fyn NEW FISH AND CHIPS toleransies kan werk. shop opening in Sir Faks verkorte CV na (021) L o w r y ' s P a s s n e e d 8510546. experienced staff. Call 072 903 9907. PHOTOGRAPHY STUDIO SEEKING Beauty thera- in Somerset West needs pist with experience for an Admin lady. salon in Strand. Send CV + Skills required: p h o t o : . Computer literate elaine@conturemakeup.co. . Bilingual AFR & ENG za. . Good People skills . Own transport Harbour Island Master . Good organisational Homeowners skills Association Email cover letter and CV t o Sekuriteit info@digitalmoment.co.za

C-Graad PSIRA geregistreerde Sekuriteits Offisiere met minimum 3 jaar ondervinding word benodig. Moet tweetalig wees Afrikaans/Engels en v e r k i e s l i k i n Strand/Gordonsbaai omgewing woonagtig wees. Handig CV in voor Vrydag, 28 Maart 2013 by Harbour Island, Sekuriteitskantoor by die hoof ingang van die residensiële gedeelte by sirkel, Faure Marine Rylaan. Faks (021) 8564037 admin@harbourisland.org. za

SENIOR SALES ASSISTA N T re q u i re d f o r Tobacconist . Male applicants must have at least 3 years' working experience in the retail sector and have a passion to work with fine tobacco's, smoking pipes, cigars, upmarket smoking accessories and high quality men's gifts. Must be a pipe and cigar smoker. . Applicant must be responsible, reliable, trustworthy, punctual and of very smart appearance. E xc e l l e n t r e f e r e n c e s essential. . Must have own transport and be able to work in both Somerset Mall and Stellenbosch Square. Apply with CV and recent p h o t o t o job334455@iafrica.com Closing date: 15 March 2013. Please note that ALL references will be contacted. SHAMPOO LADIES with experience required. Contact Morne on 021 854 7781. SITE SUPERVISOR / CARPENTER, for a small timber construction company, drivers licence (pdp), contactable references and experience 082 881 7237. Times are very difficult but we are growing and expanding So... Do you have a bubbly personality? Are you the fun at the party? Are you outgoing and vivacious? If the answer to these three questions is yes then you are the type of person we are looking for. We have only 15 positions available in our telemarketing division and the successful candidates must have te following: . Must be bilingual . Excellent command of the English and Afrikaans language . Career minded . Extremely outgoing personality . Enthusiastic and energetic . Self motivator and dedicated . Experience in sales or telemarketing an advantage . All ages very welcome . Can start immediately In return we offer the following: . Excellent remuneration package . Achievable Commission Structures . Fantastic incentives . Long term career opportunities . Renown, continuous inhouse training . Fun, enjoyable working environment If you have the above mentioned qualities then please call for an interview on 021-853 6417. V i b ra n t , e n e r g e t i c , young part time casual salesladies required for sports shoe store in Somerset Mall. Phone Limited Edition 021 8527607 to arrange for an interview.

Well known franchise restaurant in Somerset West is looking for a front of house manager Please send us your c.v t o mbsomersetwest@the Publishing co in Strand looking for sales staff to mugg.com sell advertising in exciting X - NURSES new media. Training provided, start immed. 3 Positions available int he Huge earnings. Reply with Western Cape for x-nurses C V t o to start asap. Remuneration: Basic salary + roger@ragpublishing.co.za commission. Call Maria Rusthof Primêr Gr.R 021-850 8576 to book an Pos Kontrak. 1April 2013- interview. 31 Desember 2013. Vereistes: Afr. Medium Gr.5Vlak. Caps opleiding Rig alle aansoeke aan Die Skoolhoof Posbus 1 5 9 8 S t ra n d , 7 1 4 0 . Sluitingsdatum 15Maart 2013.

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I am looking for a job as a gardener, h/keeper or gen work. Malawian. 2 LADIES looking for job C o n t a c t A m o s o n as a domestic, everyday, 0739685789 or 07329983 chars or sleepin. Call or ref. 0833770404. Precious 0717932771. Fesina 0833566566. Refs I a m l o o k i n g f o r available. domestic work. I am from Zim and good in 2 RELIABLE LADIES everything, washing & looking for a job as chars ironing. Contact Faith on or everyday work. Contact 0745486740. Sandra at 071 831 0537. Ref avail. Contact Noreen I a m l o o k i n g f o r 078 184 5058. Ref avail. domestic work. I have exp and traceable refs. Full 2LADIES looking for a job time or chars welcome. I everyday or sleepin. am 47 yrs old. Please Co n t a c t M e r c y contact Eunice on 0836835340 or Christina 0734302104. 0785727495. I am looking for a job A LADY aged 35 looking as a gardener, h/keeper, for 5 days job as a house shop asst, s/guard or any maid. Work permit available job. Malawian available. Or chars. Call and a fast learner. Call me at 078 562 0645. 0719166818. A LADY LOOKING for a job as a maid for everyday or chars. Good with kids. Contact Enara on 083 984 3085. For reference call on 082 899 7882.

I am looking for housekeeping work for everyday or chars. Exp in cooking, cleaning etc. Refs avail. Contact Portia on 0783747742.

A RELIABLE CHAR FIELA is looking for work for Mon, Wed, Frid. Contact 073 807 5878. Refs Mrs. Beattie 073 611 7573 or Mrs Putter 071 226 3878.

I am looking for a job as a cleaning girl or char work Hardworking. Please call Eunice on 0719378939.

I am looking for a job as a saw shop operator. Eight yrs exp in sharpening of A r e l i a b l e h o n e s t saws & blades. Honest and hardworking 39 yr old lady hardworking. Contact is looking for everyday Sithembele 0768670566. chars job. Ref Sharon 0 8 4 5 1 0 2 7 7 2 o r c a l l I AM PHUMLA looking 0714297302. for a job as a domestic worker. Have exp and ref. A ZIM LADY is looking Full time job or chars. for job. House cleaning, Contact me on 083 711 washing, ironing or chars 5394. Ref 072 453 9073. Mon to Friday. Refs available. Call Noma on I AM TARISAI 34 yrs old 0844434120. looking for domestic work, BRIGITTE needs char full time or chars. I have work. Very reliable and exp with avail refs. Please quiet. Monday, Tuesday, contact me on 071 946 0842. Wednesday & Thursday Contact Ref. Mrs Le Roux 021-851 3384 / 073 752 I'M ELVIS a Zimbabwean guy and I specialise in 2240. gardening maintenance. I CAROLINE LOOKING for am also a reliable houseeveryday or chars. Honest, keeper. I've got contacreliable and trustworthy. table ref and my no is 078 078 040 1087. Contact De 520 8091. Villiers 083 305 7206 or 079 088 9907 or 079 579 Looking for a Foundation Phase Teaching Job. I am 8210. qualified, a sports lover, COOK with 5yrs exp is motivated, hardworking looking for work, 5days with a Sace Certificate. Good with children. Refs Call Carol 0843606543 avail. Call Hilda on Looking for chars 4days 0783284594 Reliable with house COSMOS a Malawian keeping duties. Reference aged 29 is looking for work available. Contact Mrs Du as driver, gardener and plessis 0823368248 or call house keeper. Fulltime or 0732457689. chars. Call him on 0769935854. Honest and Looking for job as gardener and other domestic hardworking. work on Tuesday and Ek is op soek na Saturday. Malawian voltydse werk. Kan kook C o n t a c t P a t r i c k o n ook en het 'n kursus 0785606361 or Michael on gedoen om kinders op te 0825799978. pas.Diploma beskikbaar MALAWIAN 10yrs exp My nr is 0734710819 en gardener is looking for verw. 0824458629. work for Thurs, Fri, Sat & HARDWORKING a n d S u n d a y s . C a l l R e f trustworthy Malawian 0 8 3 3 2 1 2 6 3 4 o r c a l l man is looking for 4 days Lackson on 0719495591. job as a gardener or domestic work. Ref 073 M A L A W I A N L A D Y 072 7999. Call Obvious on looking for domestic work for 4 days. Hardworking & 084 825 4867. loyal. Ref is Anandi on 082 I am a lady aged 35 786 2891. Please contact looking for a three days Doris on 078 781 7657. job, such as house keeping, child minder. For My name is Mildred more details contact me looking for work, house work or looking after the on 0736007897. aged. Refs avail. 40Yrs old I AM A MALAWIAN man Contact 0781947901. looking for a job as a gardener, kitchen porter or S T E V E N A G E D 3 2 driver. I have a Code 10 Malawian with permit drivers licence. Ref Julius. seeks housekeeping work, 4 Yrs exp. Available Strand. Call 074 Mon-Sat. 628 9863 / 074 332 5213 Contact Steven at 074 995 4425. For ref Mr Boyd or 071 090 6282. Harrison 073 798 8159. I am a Malawian Male looking for a job as a TWO HARDWORKING domestic or any other gen ladies looking for domestic work. Have Code 10 work for everyday or chars. drivers licence & traceable Contact Protina 073 240 r e f s . C a l l P h i l i p 7763 and Primrose on 073 0847303054. 547 7451.


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TWO LADIES seeking domestic work. Exp & Refs avail. Chars or everyday Honest & reliable. Please call Nothando 0810899245 Mona Lisa 0734266434.

NOTICE Estate Late FLORENCE BRIDELLA REDDIE, Identity Number 190523 0015 082, Widower of Cottage 44, Bridgewater Manor, Andries Pretorius ZIM LADY age 39 is Street, Somerset West and looking for domestic work. who died at Somerset West on Everyday or chars. 3Yrs 21 December 2012.

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Creditors and Debtors are required to file their claims with and pay their debts to the undersigned within 30 days of publication of this notice. MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC Agent for Executrix The Forum 13 Drama Street P.O. Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7129 Tel: 021-850 9706 Ref: JCK/Elzeth/KR000012

KENNISGEWING IBURTON CC - t/a AUTO AIR Ref No - 2000/067257/23 Hiermee word verklaar dat bogenoemde maatskappy nog steeds in besigheid is. Neem asb kennis navrae ten opsigte noemde applikasie dae gerig moet CIPC.

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NOTICE FIRST AND FINAL L I Q U I D AT I O N A N D KENNISGEWING VAN D I S T R I B U T I O N VERKOPING IN ACCOUNT IN THE EKSEKUSIE E S TAT E L AT E E D W I N In die Landdroshof vir die A L F R E D M A R T I N distrik van Paarl gehou te SCOTT, Identity Number Paarl 190223 5071 087, Divorced Saak nr: 5231/12 Pensioner of 32 Stellenberg In die saak tussen: Road, Somerset West and who BERMAR HYDRAULICS died at Somerset West on 3 CC March 2010. Applikant en Estate Number: 3953/2010 B R I A N LY O N S h / a G R O E N L A N D B O E R E - NOTICE is hereby given that DIENS the First and Final Liquidation Respondent and Distribution Account in IN OPVOLGING van 'n the above Estate will lie for vonnis in die Landdroshof van inspection at the Office of the Paarl en 'n lasbrief vir ekse- Master of the High Court, kusie gedateer 14/12/12 sal Cape Town & of the Magisd i e g o e d e r e h i e r o n d e r trate, SOMERSET WEST for uiteengesit in eksekusie ver- a period of 21 days as from the koop word aan die hoogste 7th MARCH 2013. bieder op 22 MAART 2013 om 14h00 te GRABOUW MORKEL & DE BALJUKNATOOR, 1B VILLIERS INC. GRABOUW MALL, GRAAgent for Executor BOUW naamlik: The Forum 1 X ISUZU BAKKE MET 13 Drama Street REGISTRASIENOMMER P O Box 43 CEO 12955 SOMERSET WEST 7130 Gedateer te PAARL op 28 FeJCK/mm (VS003) bruarie 2013. NOTICE FAURE & FAURE F I R S T A N D F I N A L Prokureurs vir Applikant L I Q U I D A T I O N A N D PATRIOT PERS GEBOU D I S T R I B U T I O N Hoofstraat 227 A C C O U N T I N T H E PAARL ESTATE LATE ALFRED Posbus 20 A A R O N N A H M A N , PAARL Identity Number 290119 7622 5062 085, A Widower of 19 DOCEX 7 PAARL Nerina Avenue, Somerset Tel.: 021-871 1200 West, who died at Somerset Faks: 021-872 5800 West on the 25th of July 2012. Verw.: CK/ICP001 Estate Number: 12652/2012 NOTICE In the Estate of the Late JOHN FRANCIS MOLL O Y , I . D . N o . 2801265074186 of 6 PINEWOOD ROAD, SOMERSET WEST, WESTERN CAPE. Masters Reference: 7196/2012

NOTICE is hereby given that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above Estate will lie for inspection at the Office of the Master of the High Court, Cape Town & of the Magistrate, SOMERSET WEST for a period of 21 days as from 08 MARCH 2013.

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above Estate will lie for inspection at the office of the Master of the High Court, CAPE TOWN, and at the Magistrate's Office, SOMERSET WEST for a period of TWENTY ONE (21) days as from date of publication hereof.

MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC. Agents for Executor The Forum 13 Drama Street P O Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7130 JCK/hjvr (KN00003)

D AT E D a t P I E T E R M A RITZBURG this 4th day of March 2013. TOMLINSON MNGUNI JAMES INC. ATTORNEYS FOR EXECUTOR ADDRESS: 165 PIETERMARITZ STREET PIETERMARITZBURG 3201

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Kamers te Huur Rooms to Let SOMERSET WEST: Heldervue. Outside room available @ R1 500 p.m. Suitable for working person over 30 . Sep. entr. For info. call 073-0515231. Two rooms for rent in older, characterful home with serene, treed garden. Close to central Somerset West. Garage parking. Rooms are R2,000 each, with full deposit required. Phone 082-7717739.

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Besighede te Koop Businesses for Sale 112 BESIGHEDE Antomar Makelaars Vir lys, navrae of webblad: www.antomar.co.za Tel. 021-8552603

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Kommersieel en industriele Eiendom Commercial and Industrial Property

Office on Small Holding Cottage converted to office. Suitable small business owner who require office space with all benefits Avail 1/4/2013.Rent R2500pm 1½ months dep. Call Nanandi on 072 577 3827. SOMERSET WEST: PASTORIE PARK - Large office centrally situated with secure parking. R2 750.00 pm. Contact: Ruth Bird Properties 082 643 4426 / 021 852 1440 SOMERSET WEST: SHOP/OFFICE measuring 116m², situated in a small arcade with Main street frontage. Contact: Ruth Bird Properties 082 643 4426 / 021 852 1440 TO LET 116m² prime office/retail space on Main Road opposite Total garage Carl Nagel: 072 390 0841 TO LET 40m² prime office space and parking next to Chelsea House Carl Nagel 072 390 0841

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SOMERSET WEST: GEORGIAN COURT Close to school, transport & shops. 2 Bedroom flat. Avail Imm. R3 500.00 pm. Ruth Bird Properties: 021-852 1440 / 082 643 4426

SOMERSET WEST - One STRAND bedroom unit in security complex. Excellent area. Ruim (50m²) en moderne 1 slpk (blok 5 jaar oud) Private patio with mountain views. Undercover stapafstand na see. Ing parking. Swimming pool. stoof, granietblaaie. Toesluit gemot. motorhuis. No pets. Avail 1 April. Web verw: 1303043 R3 600 pm. Call 082-921(www.jsprop.co.za) 2851. 1 April. R3 900. SOMERSET WEST- Suit Johan Snyman Eiendomme 021-853-6080 / single working male. 082-461-0569. Strictly sober habits. No drugs. R 2200 p/m. W&E inc. Avail imm. Call Peter 0823033311/021 851 4130 167 SPACIOUS 137m² 3 bedr, Huise te Koop 2 bathr flat with balcony & Houses for Sale built in braai on Beach Road. Long term lease available. R6 500 pm. Call SOUTHFORK - 3 Bed. 082 565 5528. Granny flat - R680 000.00. STRAND: 1 Bedroom flat STRAND, Rusthof - 3 Bedroom, BIC, fully fitted with basement parking. Close to beach, transport & kitchen, lounge, dining room, fully tiled, garage, school. R3 200.00 pm. extra room, bathroom & Contact: Ruth Bird toilet, undercover parking Properties: 021-852 R750 000.00. 1440 / 082 643 4426 Call Feroza on Cell: 082 779 4804 or Tel (021) 845 STRAND 7169. 1 Slk R2 550 pm Kontak Frikkie STRAND Broadlands 021 8544779 Village - 2 bed, R289 000. STRAND een slaapkamer 3 Bed, R329 000. w o o n s t e l . S e n t r a a l , Gordon's Bay - 2 bed + veiligheids omhein. Geskik garage + golf R599 000. vir 2 persone. Beskikbaar 1 Rustdal - Blackheath - 2 bed, garage R480 000. April. R2000pm + dep. K o n t a k S u s a n 0 2 1 Kleinvlei - 3 bed + garage, R365 000. 082 376 1461. 8561790 STRAND - Flat to let. Quiet responsible tenant required. Centrally situated. Two bedrooms, one bath. Lounge/diner. Very neat. No smokers / animals. Secure parking at R150 pm. R3 400 pm. Plus deposit. Ph. Julian 076 252 5634. Strand gemeubileerde 1 slaapkamer woonstel. D . S .T.V. m o t o ra f d a k , sekuriteits hek. Onmiddelik beskikbaar Enkel persoon. R2750pm. 021 854 3746 / 082 873 1443.

FACTORY TO LET 481m² Factory unit in complex. 2 Offices, Eskom 3 phase, easy access N2 and R44. factories@gantouw.com 083 383 0174 HOLIDAY APARTMENTS, MOORINGS & OFFICES TO RENT IN HARBOUR ISLAND. Please contact Paula on 082 555 9318.

STRAND R 9000.00 - 3 Slaapkamer woonstel in populêre blok in Kusweg met 1.5 badkamer. Kelder parkering. Geen diere. Kontak: 021-853 6527 of 079 136 9272 of 079 521 6692.

3 Slaapkamer meenthuis op grondvloer met motorhuis en afdak naby Paarl Vallei Hoërskool te huur vanaf 1 Mei 2013. STRAND GULDENPARK Kontak Deon by 082 823 2Bedroom groundfloor flat 5809. to let in secure complex. R3300 p/m. Avail BACHELOR FLAT immediately. Contact Somerset West. 0824428044. Close to Mediclinic. STRAND R 3630.00 - 2 Safe parking. Slaapkamer woonstel met R2100 pm. 1 vol badkamer. Oop-plan R1 000­00 deposit. kombuis met leefarea en Available immed. stoep of balkon. 1 Klein Phone 083 256 8684. troeteldier welkom. Beskikbaar 1 April 2013. Heldervue: Gem. w/s te Kontak: 079 136 9272 of huur vir enkel persoon. Eie 021-853 6527 of 079 521 toegang en baie privaat. 6692. Naby R44 en koopsentrum. R2 350 p/m. W+E inge- STRAND R 4158.00 - 2 sluit. Onmiddellik beskik- Slaapkamer woonstel met 1.5 badkamer. Oop-plan baar. Tel. 083 375 8201. kombuis en leefarea. Geen diere. Swembad in die RUIM 2 SLPK 2 BADK kompleks. Kontak: 079 136 WS Manrosa Hoofweg Strand 9272 of 021-853 6527 of 079 521 6692. met motorhuis. Beskikbaar 1 April 2013 STRAND R 4200.00 R3 600,00 per maand Welgelegen ruim 2 slp, 1 Skakel kantoor ure badk (stort), kombuis, sit(021) 887 1937 kamer + onderdak parkering. Skakel Andries BasSEPERATE entrance to son Eiendomme 021rent for a matured 30+ 4600422. year old single woman. Fully burglar barred, STRAND R 5500.00 - 2 enclosed yard, W&E incl. Slaapkamer woonstel in Avail imm. R2 200 pm + 1 Kusweg. 1 Badkamer. month dep. Call Mr. Poole Geen diere. Kontak 021021-842 2037 or 073 309 853 6527 of 079 136 9272 5892. of 079 521 6692.

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MOUNTAIN BREEZE 53, PARADISE PLACE, G-BAY . 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom . Open plan kitchen and living area . Lockup garage . Pet friendly garden . R3 700 per month (e xc l u d i n g M u n i c i p a l Account) Please contact Charne Kruger @ 082 924 3979


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SCHONENBERG - 3 Bedr, 2 bathr, scullery, study, double garage, pool. Walking distance to Waterstone gym & shops. R14 000 pm. Available 1 April. Call owner 021-850 0654 h/w. SCHONENBERG ESTATE: House avail. immediately. 3 Bedr + 4th Study / Bedr, 2 full bathrooms, MES, Guest toilet, Big modern kitchen, living room, separate scullery / laundry. Very large lounge with gas fireplace & dining area. Patio and build in braai. Double garage with direct access and aut doors. Low maintenance small garden with aut irrigation. Alarm & outside beams and satellite dish. R18 000 / month. Contact 083 261 3317. SCHONENBERG ESTATE: 3 Bedr, 2 bathr house with swimming pool to let from 1 April 2013. Rent R12 700 pm. Contact owner 083 465 1344. No agents please. SOMERSET-WES / Adam Tas Baie ruim 4 slk / gelee op kleinhoewe R18 000 pm Kontak Frikkie 021 8544779

COTTAGE - 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge, diningroom, kitchen, laundry, carport. Near Parel Valley High School. R5 800 pm. Contact 021-855 2869.

STRAND R 9250.00 - 3 Slaapkamer huis met 1.5 badkamer in Strand Noord. Kombuis en leefarea. Beskikbaar 1 Mei 2013. Kontak: 021-853 6527 of 079 136 9272 of 079 521 6692.

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Verblyf Gesoek Accommodation Wanted Young professional lady with non-smoking and sober habits looking for Garden Flat, pet friendly (tiny yorkie) and safe undercover parking. Occupy 20 March 2013. Can afford +- R2000 (Somerset West, Strand) Contact 0796202764.

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Woonplek te Deel Accommodation to Share STRAND - accommodation to share. 2 Mature men, non-smokers to share large beachfront flat. Stunning sunsets. Avail imm. Call 081 315 4692. STRAND: Kamer in huis te huur. R1000pm Skakel Nash 0728669776 na 6h00.

GRANT-IN-AID 2013/2014 APPLICATIONS: SUBCOUNCIL 22 The City of Cape Town’s Subcouncil 22, which includes Ward 15 [Somerset Ridge - Nutwood - Pearl Marina - Pearl Rise - Montchere - Monte Sereno - Lynn’s View - Schonenberg Stellenbosch Farms - The Links - Parel Vallei - Spanish Farm - Somerset West - Westridge - Lonkers Hoogte - Fraaigelegen - Braeview - Goede Hoop - Highveld - Helderberg Estate - Helderzicht - Helena Heights - Briza Township - Heldervue - Griselda - La Sandra - Dorhill (southwest of Roux Street, northwest of Drummer Street, northeast of Main Road and southeast of Woodlands Road and Smuts Avenue) - Firgrove Rural - Illaire - Die Wingerd - Bell Aire - Somchem Site – Interchange], Ward 16 [Electric City - Faure - Mfuleni - Forest Village - Eersteriver South - Eersterivier (southeast of Forest Drive, southwest of Francoline, Egret, Bernadine, Arlene, Norman, Beverley and Van Riebeeck Streets, northwest of Stratford Avenue) - Driftsands (south of Old Faure Road and Mfuleni build-up, southwest of Eersterivier Way/Spine Road, Faure and Dreamworld build-up, northeast of N2 Freeway) - Dreamworld] and Ward 109 [Sandvlei - Kramat - Macassar Beach - Macassar - Faure/Croydon/Kelderhof - Makhasa/Umrhabulo Triangle] invites all community-based and non-governmental organisations and institutions to apply for a grant-in-aid to be used for the purpose of providing financial support to a project of their choice. The projects will assist the City to build an opportunity-filled, safe, caring, inclusive and well-run city. Application must be made on the prescribed application form and be accompanied by the following documentation: • • • •

Constitution Detailed Business Plan with name and purpose of project, as well as a breakdown of costs Signed undertaking to provide the City with progress and financial reports NPO Certificate

Application forms can be collected and returned to the Kuilsrivier Municipal Offices Subcouncil 22, cnr Van Riebeeck and Carinus Streets, Kuilsrivier 7580. The closing date for applications is is Thursday 4 April 2013. Applications must meet the criteria in terms of the Municipal Finance Management Act and Section 67 Grants Policy. Enquiries can be directed to Zimkita Ninzi or Richard Vuyisile Moi at 021 900 1584/1508. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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HAVE YOUR SAY! RENAMING OF THE OLD AND NEW CIVIC HALL IN MACASSAR (WARD 109) In terms of Section 4 of the City of Cape Town: Subcouncil By-Law 2003, the name of each Subcouncil shall be the numeral allocated to it in Schedule 2 of the By-Law. The By-Law also provides that a Subcouncil may recommend to Council an amendment to the name. Residents are invited to submit proposals for a new name for the old and new civic halls within Ward 109 in Macassar. The previous name was the Old Civic Hall and the New Civic Hall. Please indicate whether you support this name, or propose an alternative name. The two civic halls are situated in Macassar (Ward 109). All non-governmental organisations, community organisations, businesses, residents and any other interested and affected parties are invited to provide comment or alternative proposals to the Subcouncil. Written proposals with a suitable motivation to be directed to Shirley Lumkwana, cnr of Carinus and Van Riebeeck Way, Kuils River, tel: 021 900 1619, fax: 086 518 6670 or e-mail: Shirley.Lumkwana@capetown.gov.za by no later than Thursday 28 March 2013. For more information please contact the Subcouncil Manager, Richard Vuyisile Moi on tel 021 900 1508.

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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HAVE YOUR SAY! A NEW NAME FOR SUBCOUNCIL 22 In terms of Section 4 of the City of Cape Town: Subcouncil By-Law 2003, the name of each subcouncil must be the numeral allocated to it in Schedule 2 of the By-Law. The By-Law also provides that a subcouncil may recommend to Council that the name be amended. Residents are invited to submit proposals for a new name for Subcouncil 22. The previous name was Lizo Nkonki Subcouncil (22). Please indicate whether you support this name, or propose an alternative name.

WANTED! Financial Advisers • Paarl • Stellenbosch • Somerset West • Strand

Ever considered what your next step should be in the Financial Services industry? We know you deserve the best the industry has to offer!

The Subcouncil’s area comprises Ward 15, 16 and 109 and inter alia includes the following areas or portions thereof:

Afford yourself one of these golden opportunities by becoming part of our trusted brand and benefiting from our innovative solutions and recognised expertise.

Ward 15: Somerset Ridge, Nutwood, Pearl Marina, Pearl Rise, Montchere, Monte Sereno, Lynn’s View, Schonenberg, Stellenbosch Farms, The Links, Parel Vallei, Spanish Farm, Somerset West, Westridge, Lonkers Hoogte, Fraaigelegen, Braeview, Goede Hoop, Highveld, Helderberg Estate, Helderzicht, Helena Heights, Briza Township, Heldervue, Griselda, La Sandra, Dorhill (southwest of Roux Street, northwest of Drummer Street, northeast of Main Road and southeast of Woodlands Road and Smuts Avenue), Firgrove Rural, Illaire, Die Wingerd, Bell Aire, Somchem Site, Interchange

Our customers need and want personal financial planning, knowledgeable advice and a trusted brand – this is what Old Mutual Personal Financial Advice has always offered.

Ward 16: Electric City, Faure, Mfuleni, Forest Village, Eerste River South, Eerste River (southeast of Forest Drive, southwest of Francoline, Egret, Bernadine, Arlene, Norman, Beverley and Van Riebeeck Streets, northwest of Stratford Avenue), Driftsands (south of Old Faure Road and Mfuleni built area, southwest of Eerste River Way/Spine Road, Faure and Dreamworld built area, northeast of N2 Freeway), Dreamworld Ward 109: Sandvlei, Kramat, Macassar Beach, Macassar, Faure/Croydon/Kelderhof, Makhaza/Umrhabulo Triangle All non-governmental organisations, community organisations, businesses, residents and any other interested and affected parties are invited to provide comment or alternative proposals to the Subcouncil.

OMPFA will assist you by providing infrastructure support, competitive remuneration, incentives and world-class administrative and system support. You will further be supported by a matrix management structure which will ensure that your advice is always backed by Old Mutual and that you adhere to all the FAIS requirements. Joining OMPFA will provide you with the opportunity to join or start your own General Practice or even become one of our Top Advisers. Opportunities currently exist in the Western Cape region. Old Mutual Personal Financial Advice is looking for motivated and passionate people with a proven success record in the financial services industry. In order to qualify for this opportunity, you need to have at least 12 months’ experience in the industry as a financial services adviser and be in possession of the required qualification requirements in terms of the FAIS product categories. You can expect a stimulating and challenging career with OMPFA.

Forward your CV via email to edelport@oldmutual.com

Written proposals with a suitable motivation must be directed to Shirley Lumkwana, cnr of Carinus and Van Riebeeck Streets, Kuilsrivier, tel: 021 900 1619, fax: 021 900 1562, e-mail: shirley.lumkwana@capetown.gov.za by no later than Thursday 28 March 2013.

Appointments will be made in line with Old Mutual’s Employment Equity Plan. We also welcome applications from disabled individuals.

For more information please contact the Subcouncil Manager, Richard Moi, on tel 021 900 1508. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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HHCC locked in a power battle with Kensington When Hottentots-Holland Cricket Club’s (HHCC) first team continue their game against Kensington on Saturday they will have to up their ante if they want to win and stand a chance of promotion. HHCC batted first after losing the toss and scored 159/4 in 60 overs. The best batsmen were Yaseen Jakoet 49*, Ruben Mathhews 28, Riedwaan Bayat 26 and Rida Rhoda 26*. Kensington went to bat and declared on 137/9 in over 59. The best bowlers for HHCC were Emaad Opperman 10-3-30, Rafeeq Baderoen 10-2-22 and Yaseen Jakoet 10-2-26. HHCC started their second innings with a lead of 22 runs and ended the first day on 17/0, which including the first innings lead, they now have a lead of 39/0. It was an all cat-and-mouse game with a 0.5 point difference between the teams chasing second spot on the log. At the end of play HHCC moved to third place in the league, however it’s the all important win that grants the victor an extra 15 points. The current point status is that Kensing-

ton are ahead of Hottentots-Holland with 0.03 points. HHCC’s Assassins (second team) beat Rondebosch by 100 runs in their away game on Saturday. HHCC batted first and scored 169/7 in 35 overs. The best batsmen were Wayne Cloete 35, Dawood Josephs 20 and Ebrahim Pedro 18. HHCC bowled Rondebosch out for 69 winning the match by 100 runs. The best bowler was Waqar Joseph with 7-4-20. The HHCC Strikers (third team) played log leaders St Augustines away and scraped through to a six-run win. The Strikers played the log leaders and batted first scoring 153/7 in their allotted 35 overs. Ebrahim Sha 52, Noor Baderoen 29 and Aqib Achmat 21 were the best batsmen on the day. This was a hard-fought close encounter by the Strikers and in the end showed character from HHCC who won the match by six runs. The best bowlers for the Strikers were Abubakr Rhoda 4-5-10, Noor Baderoen 7-3-21 and Zacharia Baderoen 4-2-18.

Pirates fight hard to beat experienced Battswood Pirates got back to their winning ways in their match against Battswood, played at Radloff Park on Saturday, with a 7-4 win. In a rather uneventful game Pirates struggled to pick up momentum after opening up a early two run lead. The left handed pitching combination of Brad de Waal and Damian Perkins proved too tricky for an experienced Battswood team and kept the opposition at bay. Midway through the game both teams picked up momentum but a strong defensive performance by Pirates gave them the edge and prevented Battswood from responding to the runs Pirates began to tally. Despite a last minute surge by the team from Chucker Road, Pirates held on to secure a win.

The masters came up against a very strong Kenfac Phillies team on Saturday and lost the match by 23-4. Despite being understaffed (seven players), the club’s u.10 team proved just too good for Silvertree and overpowered them 26-8. The second side and u.14 teams did not play this weekend. The Helderberg Pirates Baseball Club invite all players, family members and friends of the club to join them on Sunday 10 March for their annual ‘Chip and Putt’ golf day. The day was a successful fund raiser last year and the club are hoping that it will once again be a great success. To enter a four ball phone Jared Uys on 071 866 9652.

The Hottentots-Holland Cricket Club’s 2012 first team members at Sahara Park Newlands last yearwhere they took part in the finals of the ProT20 tournament. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

HHCC celebrates 60th anniversary Established in 1952, the Hottentots-Holland Cricket Club (HHCC) celebrates 60 years of existence, sacrifices, dedication and team spirit. In honour of this milestone, the club’s executive committee and members have decided to celebrate this occasion with the elders of the community and those who contributed to the success of this Strand-based club. “This is quite a big deal for us that the club has survived against all odds, despite coming up against very tough conditions,” said Ziyaad Salie, chairman of Club 60, a group initiated by the club to conduct relevant research for the event. He added that the community is what kept HHCC together all these years. To show their respect and appreciation, the members of the club would like to invite all current members as well as those who have been members in the past 60 years to attend an “evening of thanks” on Saturday 9 March at the Iqrah Learning Centre hall, Strand. The main guest speakers for the evening will be Beresford Williams, president of the Western Province Cricket Association,

former South African cricketer, Omar Henry, and Professor ASM Karaan, dean of the agriscience faculty at Stellenbosch University. Also in attendance will be some of the members of the Cobras cricket team. According to club members, due to their constant battle with vandalism in the area, their cricket facilities have suffered considerably. They were fortunate enough to receive four practise nets which members say are a real asset to them. HHCC currently play their home matches at the Gustrouw sports fields and at the old naval fields in Gordon’s Bay but are in the process of accepting a new turf at Abattoir sports grounds. “We hope this attempt of moving our main games to the Abattoir sports grounds will be a success and ask our community to stand behind us as we try to uphold and protect our honour by regarding the new facilities as ours – the Strand community,” said Salie. For further information regarding the event, contact Ziyaad Salie, 072 170 7613, or Ebrahim Aziz, 076 066 5594.

‘Department should withdraw all treknet fishing licences’ to save our fish On Monday morning I was notified about another massive trek of four tons of fish, mostly kob and elf from Strandfontein beach. This trek was apparently carried out by licensed treknet fisherman. There are so many shore anglers that witness these treks and who are so disappointed that these trek fishermen can keep thousands of elf and kob while individual anglers are only allowed to keep four fish of each of these species and have to return all undersize fish. I believe that these treknet fishermen have wiped out a number of complete shoals of fish that have entered our bay which is why these species are so scarce of late. If the authorities from the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries are real-

ly serious about conservation then it is time to withdraw all treknet fishing licenses. More positive news is that I received several reports of good size kob being caught on live bait at the Strandfontein and Swartklip areas on Saturday during an all-night competition. A number of kob were also caught from the old Gordon’s Bay harbour wall. The winner of the competition was Gideon Kriel who weighed in a 2,5kg kob. This fish earned the lucky anglers R5 000 and a custom-made wet suit. On Sunday there were also a few kob and geelbek caught on Blake’s Beach as well as two legal size white steenbras caught by a father and his son. Anglers fishing from small boats and kayaks in the popular venues around the Strand

area have also caught a few kob and the odd geelbek, the best being a 4 kg kob caught in the Poort on Sunday. It was recently reported that the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries is in complete disarray and an investigation about irregularities within the department is to be carried out soon. During a recent survey by Stellenbosch University it was proved that recreational boat fishing and shore angling is the best money spinner for the government. The Western Province Deep Sea Angling Association held their annual prize giving function at the Cape Boat & Ski Boat Club on Saturday night. Awards went to the following people: Atlantic Boat Club’s (ABC’s) Inshore Trophy for Best Performance by a Lady: A van Staden of Overberg Boat Club, the Top Novice Angler trophy was awarded to seven-year-old Carla Rautmann of Cape Boat and Skiboat Club (CB&SBC). West League: The Hout Bay Yacht Club Tro-

phy for Best performance by a Junior went to Sam Brown (CB&SBC), Tackle Box Trophy for Heaviest Fish: Jay Smith (CB&SBC), CB&SBC Trophy Top Angler: Gus Rautmann (CB&SBC), False Bay Yacht Club Trophy for Top Boat: Daniel Hughes Relentless (GBBAC), Atlantic Boat Club (ABC) Trophy: Top Club (Gordon’s Bay Boat Angling Club – GBBAC), South League: Kingfisher Trophy – Best Performance Junior: Juandre Geldenhuys (GBBAC), GBBAC Trophy for Heaviest Fish Junior: Jay Smith (CB&SBC), Kennedy Trophy: Most Meritorious Catch: Jaundré Geldenhuis (GBBAC), OBC Trophy for Top Angler Inshore: Daniel Hughes (GBBAC), CB&SBC Trophy for Top Boat: Daniel Hughes (GBBAC) and Kiora Trophy for Top Club: GBBAC Offshore League: Rodger Bosman Trophy for Top Angler Offshore: Nic de Kock (ABC), Purglass Trophy for Most Meritorious Catch: Nic de Kock (ABC), CB&SBC Trophy for Top Boat: Kevin Hodgson on Cloud Nine (ABC), ABC Trophy: Top Club (ABC).


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CSV golf day gains momentum Great news for all golfers around the Helderberg is that the ever popular DistrictMail CSV Construction golf day takes place at the Strand Golf Club on Friday 3 May.

The format of the competition will be a Four Ball Alliance Stableford with two scores to count. Plans are progressing at a pace, for what promises to be a fun, as well as, worthy event. DistrictMail will be publishing all the participating Four Ball companies logos as well ashole sponsors as from April as well as an article with logos and photos after the event. Following the tournament there will be a function and prize-giving. Funds raised from the golf day will go

Mikyla Josephs recently competed in the girls u.13 javelin event at the University of the Western Cape where she represented the Metropole East team and obtained her Western Province colours for primary schools. This past Saturday she competed for a Western Cape team against Boland and the South Western District. Despite suffering a hamstring injury she managed to push through resulting in her being selected to represent the Western Cape primary schools team at the South African championships to be held in Sasolburg from 14-16 March. “The downside, however, is that Western Province athletics informed us that they will not be able to contribute anything towards the R3 000 required to send Mikyla to Sasolburg,” her father Edward Josephs said. Anyone who would like to contribute or make a donation towards her expenses may phone Edward Josephs on 084 8387 466.

towards PATCH who are continually engaged in the prevention and treatment of child sexual abuse in the Helderberg. Companies wanting to participate in the golf day to raise funds for PATCH may help by either entering a team. Each four ball will cost R2 850, or companies may also contribute with cash donations, sponsor a hole for R1 750 or donate prizes for the prize giving. Banking details: Account name: PATCH/Helderberg Child Abuse Centre, Account No: 53681073433, Branch code: 200512, Bank: FNB Somerset West. Contact Elzahn le Roux at 021 842-0013 to RSVP or find out more about the event or email her at elzahn@csvconstruction.com before or on 3 April.

Junior cricket – Western Province or Boland? We are in a unique situation in the Helderberg when it comes to cricket because we are on the border of Boland and Western Province. For this reason there is a tug of war between the two provinces over junior cricket in particular. Currently all primary schools in the Helderberg play cricket in the WP and all the high schools play in the Boland, while clubs play in the WP. One of the drawbacks of this system is that some of the Helderberg’s top primary school players are not being selected for WP teams, or if they are, they are not given as much game time as players from the Cape Town area. WP’s view is why should they select a Helderberg player for a WP team and invest time and money in them only to see them leave

for another province once they get to high school? I suppose this is a valid point, but unfair on the cricketers. It would be a lot easier if our primary and high schools played for the same province, whether it be WP or Boland. This would a tough decision, but it would be a decision that could benefit the Helderberg region in many years to come. It could also be another way of keeping some of our top players in the Helderberg, rather than losing them once they get to high school. In years gone by, players who were selected to play for WP, went to high schools in the Cape Town area to stay in WP, meaning that the Helderberg lost many of these talented players. Each province has its own positives and

negatives and its own set of politics as well. But sticking with one province for primary and high school could well be the answer. We have very talented school cricketers in the Helderberg region – one has only look at the number of players that represent WP at primary school level and Boland at high school level in this area to prove this. The Helderberg region is also seen as one of the stronger regions in WP primary school cricket. This is a hot topic and something that should be given some thought.

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Fans want 2013 SWCC struggle against Yorkshire season to start With mixed results for our local clubs in preseason matches, it’s pleasing to hear many coaches say that they are looking at the bigger picture and not just the scoreboard. St Georges were beaten by Wesbank in Malmesbury, Raithby beat Strand Pioneers, Strand beat All Saints, Sir Lowrians thumped Eerste River and Helderberg got their season off to a win over Ceres. With these matches taking place, numbers at the various training grounds have picked up and registration of players is in full swing. The Western Provinces Rugby Football Union’s executive committee member Reuben Riffel, who is in charge of the Stellenbosch/Helderberg region, will hold his first meeting at the Charles Morkel Stadium on 12 March with club chairmen from the various clubs. I think it’s a great initiative by the Union. Thelo Wakefield is slowly putting structures in place that he “pitched’’ to the clubs before the elections. Wakefield and Danny Jones (General Manager of Amateur Rugby in the WP) will meet with Strand Pioneers management this Friday night. Games to look forward to this weekend include: Strand travelling to Hawston, Strand United away in Paarl and Helderberg face up to a Sports Foundation Squad in a funfilled day. With the fixtures for the 2013 season now finalised excitement is running high for the league matches to start. A Bok Smart Course will be held at Gustrouw this Friday night. Contact Lyndon at lejulius@distell.co.za for information.

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Mikyla Josephs with her coach Danny Damon.

Helderberg wen taai wedstryd Helderberg rugbyklub se eerstespan het Saterdag op Kraaifontein ’n naelskraapse 6-5 sege oor Ceres behaal. Die twee spanne het albei inklimspel gelewer en die wedstryd was deurgaans uiters gelykop. Helderberg het eerste punte aangeteken danksy ’n strafdoel van heelagter Morne Cooper (3-0). Ceres het egter kort voor die omdraaislag ’n voorspelerdrie gedruk en rustyd was die telling 5-3 in die tuisspan se guns. Die twee spanne het mekaar in die tweede helfte verder vasgevat, met harde laagvatte en die loure gedeel in die vaste fasette. Die enigste verdere punte het gekom van nog ’n suksesvolle strafdoel van Morne Cooper. Saterdag om 15:00 speel ’n Helderberg ‘squad’ teen ’n ‘Foundation squad’ (bestaande uit sewe omliggende klubs) tydens die klub se gemeenskap fees.

SWCC made a reasonable start with the bat, getting to tee at 34-0 in 21 overs. Then, with the need to up the scoring rate, there was a dramatic collapse and SWCC was all out for 71 runs. Francois Kilian obtained the top score with 42 runs. SWCC had to bowl another 12 overs to see out the day’s play, but did not take any wickets. Yorkshire has an overall lead of 115 runs when play resumes on Saturday.

The members of Somerset West Cricket Club’s (SWCC) first team have their backs up against the wall in their match against Yorkshire and will need to pull out all the stops. Last week Yorkshire batted first and scored 163 after being 113/1 at lunch. SWCC made a good comeback thanks to Francois Kilian who took six wickets for 34 runs, in just over 11 overs. Rudi Bischoff and James Wilshere also put in good supporting efforts.

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Tough task awaits Helderberg Helderberg Cricket Club will fight with everything they’ve got to win their match against Milnerton, which continues at the Helderzicht sports complex on Saturday. Helderberg, who are the current Western Province Cricket Association’s 1 C log leaders, need maximum batting points from this gameto maintain their lead on the log. Close behind them are Tygerberg (115.25) and Edgmead (115.12). Helderberg lost the toss and were asked to bat first. The visitors cashed in early to soon have Helderberg reeling on 15/4. They continued to fight, but were all out for 93 runs. Player/coach Mario Solomons rallied his troops before they went out to field and urged them to dig deep to try and reverse what happened and salvage a win from the match. His appeal fell on the ears of the evergreen fast bowler Adrian van Reenen who ripped through Milnerton’s top order to bag six wickets for 25 runs in 12 overs. Van Reenen was well supported by youngster Wilton Hindley who also took two wickets and Milnerton were all out for 82. In their second innings Helderberg were 86/4 at stumps and will have to put in a sterling effort to win this penultimate game and hope the other two top teams don’t stretch the gap to far. The Strand Autospares Player of the day went to Adrian van Reenen.

Helderberg Cricket club’s first team smile and give each other high fives as another wicket falls in the match against Milnerton played at the Helderzicht grounds last weekend. The match resumes this Saturday. PHOTO: PETER BEE

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