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Trein tref motor by Firgrove

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Ma met ’n hart van goud 20 ) Pastor Karel Thomas (53) was assaulted, robbed and hanged in Macassar on 20 February 2010. His wife Sandra Thomas talks.

Gangsters destroy home

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) Four men have been found guilty of this heinous murder and will be sentenced in the Cape High Court tomorrow (11 November). Read the article on page 4.

Crayfish season arrives

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SOMERSET-WES

N2-ongeluk nadraai

Grade 2 pupil hit by motorbike A GRADE 2 pupil from Loreto Primary in Strand was admitted to Tygerberg Hospital after being run over by a motorbike last Thursday. Aiden Cyster (8) was on his way to school at 08:00 when he was struck while crossing Gordon’s Bay Road. Principal Vanessa Oertle says most pu-

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pils are dropped off at school by car, and that those who walk should be accompanied by an adult. A meeting between the school and Traffic Services to address safety of pupils was set for 9 November. Laticia Pienaar of Tygeberg Hospital says Aiden has broken his right leg, but is recuperating well.

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Suspect nabbed Tammy’s death

Courtney Moore (18) van Strand het op Jeugdag in ’n ongeluk op die N2 gesterf.

A STRAND man has been arrested in connection with the injury of a pensioner in a hitand-run accident last week Wednesday. The woman (72) was hit in Main Road, Strand, and sustained head injuries. Officers viewed CCTV footage of the accident and found a mirror on the accident scene. The mirror was identified as one from an Opel Corsa bakkie, and CCTV footage showed a vehicle matching its description had been at the intersection shortly before the accident. The registration number was traced using the E-Natis system and led officers to an address in Strand. A case of reckless and negligent driving and leaving the scene of an accident is being investigated.

Stolen Bikes

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ROSS Sergeant (33), die bestuurder van die Mercedes Benz wat betrokke was in die ongeluk wat die lewe van die jong Strand-danser Courtney Moore (18) en Somerset-Wes-inwoner Estelle Brigando (50), geëis het, het op Vrydag 28 Oktober in die Phillipi-landdroshof verskyn. Die saak is tot 16 Januarie uitgestel vir verdere ondersoek. Ross staan tereg op aanklagte van onder meer strafbare manslag, roekelose en nalatige bestuur, die versuim om op ’n ongelukstoneel te stop en die skade en aard van beserings vas te stel; asook die versuim om ’n ongeluk aan te meld, nadat hy in die vroeë oggendure van Jeugdag agter in Brigando se Toyota Yaris op die N2 vasgery het. Die geweldige slag het die motor laat rol en Brigando en Moore is albei noodlottig beseer. Brigando se twee dogters, Gabriela (21) en Carla (18), wat ook in die motor was, is in die Vergelegen Mediclinic vir geringe beserings behandel. Sergeant het na bewering van die ongelukstoneel gevlug. Daar is kritiek in die media uitgespreek omdat sy motor, wat as ’n bewysstuk in die ondersoek moes dien, aan sy pa, ook ’n Somerset-Wes-inwoner, oorhandig is. Sy prokureur, William Booth, het die dag ná die ongeluk die Nyanga-polisie wat die saak ondersoek het, gebel. Geen bloedalkoholtoetse kon gedoen word nie, omdat die wetlike twee-uur periode waarin dit gedoen moes word, toe reeds verstryk het.

STRAND

Suzuki K6 1000 Kawasaki 650 KLR Two bikes were stolen on 4 November between 22h00 and 07h00 in the Strand. A reward of R2 000 will be given for information that could lead to the recovery of the bikes. Please contact Nakkie on 083 272 3429.

still unanswered THE death of Tammy, the Jack Russell, is still under investigation. The dog was found decapitated at her owners’ residence in Somerset West on Sunday 27 August. The cause of death remains unanswered, despite new evidence which was revealed when the dog’s head was discovered on Thursday 29 September. The initial autopsy report stated that Tammy’s head was severed with a sharp object. Police are currently awaiting the new autopsy report as well as feedback from the state prosecutor who is currently working through the case docket.

MACASSAR

Macassar-ma weer in hof PETRONELLA Mostert (36) wat daarvan verdink word dat sy haar pasgebore baba in ’n drein gelos het, het Dinsdag 8 November haar tweede hofverskyning gemaak. Inwoners van Basil Februarystraat in Macassar Village, het op Sondag 2 Oktober omstreeks 07:00 die baba se gehuil uit die drein gehoor. Die dogtertjie is kort daarna gered en na die Helderberg-hospitaal geneem. Sy word tans in ’n plek van veiligheid versorg. Mostert, wat nog twee dogters het waarvan die oudste 21-jaar is, het op 5 Oktober in die Somerset-Wes landdroshof op ’n aanklag van poging tot moord verskyn. Sy is op borgtog vrygelaat. Die saak word weer op 7 Desember aangehoor.

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Recognise them? THE two people seen here, captured by a security camera, are sought on housebreaking charges. According to police, they have been breaking into apartments at the Welgelegen Flats almost every day, stealing anything they can lay their hands on. Police believe the two have keys to the premises. If you recognise either of them, please phone Detective Constable Xolilie Ngqambuza on 021 854 9129.

Police are looking for these two who are wanted for alleged housebreaking.


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Thursday, 10 November 2011 NEWS 1–13

VIEWS 8–9

LIFESTYLE 14–47

ACTIVITIES

Face of the Helderberg

YOUNG AT HEART

Seafood delicacies

Pack your picnic baskets and enjoy the Summer Sunset Concerts at the Helderberg Nature Reserve. Page 21

BUSINESS 48–57

PENSIONERS Enjoy all the goods and treats Southey’s Vines Craft Market has to offer. Page 14

FAMILIES Make your way down to the Nelson Wine Estate for a “Wine and Dine Dog Day” hosted by the SPCA. Page 12

INDULGENCE Meet mayor Patricia de Lille and enjoy a tasty lunch this Saturday. Page 10

’Tis the season: It’s that time of the year again when locals can look forward to harvesting one of the ocean’s tastiest delicacies: crayfish. Its been confirmed that the crayfish season will start on 15 November and last until 15 January – all day long, every day – and for Easter weekend. Local businessman Chris Murrell is seen holding up two big crayfish caught during the shorter season last year.

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Thursday, 10 November 2011 MURDER

Pastor’s killers found guilty NIKITA SYLVESTER FOUR men have been found guilty for murdering a pastor and hanging him from a tree. They, along with one woman, were convicted in the Western Cape High Court on 4 November. The state alleged pastor Karel Thomas (53) had been murdered on 20 February last year, when four men assaulted him, tied a rope around his neck, bound the rope to a tree and then kicked over the computer monitor on which Thomas had been standing. The fifth accused, Natasha Simons – a young prostitute who lured Thomas into the bushes in Kramat Street, Macassar, and offered him her services – has been acquitted of murder. She was, however, found guilty of robbery with aggravating circumstances. Investigating officer Carl Rosenberg said the four men, Roberto Matinka, Christopher Adams, Leroy Sass and Adrian Bosman, were found guilty on charges of murder and robbery with aggravating circumstances. Thomas was last seen on 20 February 2010, leaving his home to take a drive. After, as it is believed, he was lured into the bushes by Simons, the four men appeared, assaulted Thomas and then robbed him of R4 000 cash, his watch and his car. Their final act was to hang him from a tree and leave him to die. Rosenberg said Thomas’s body was found the morning after the murder at around 06:00 by a Somalian man who had gone into the bushes to pray.

Sandra Thomas (53) said she can’t understand how they could have murdered her husband. “He was never rude or hurtful to anyone,” she says. “He was such a good person, and would always go out of his way for everyone.” With tears in her eyes, she spoke of the many years they shared together. “We’d been married for 29 years, but had been together for 40 years; he was my first boyfriend.” Thomas left behind not only his wife, but also their four children, Reeves (29), Elistene (23), Razaack (20) and Kirvin (16). Sandra explained that her husband had been the breadwinner of the family, and said he took good care of them and made sure they lacked nothing. “I miss him every day; I miss having him around. I always believed he would still come home, but I am starting to accept it now.” Sandra said last Friday’s court hearing marked the first time she was present for the trial and heard the case in so much detail. “The Bible says if you commit a crime you will be punished for it, and that is what should happen to them who killed my husband,” she said. “I don’t believe that my husband intended to sleep with that prostitute. He had a rare form of cancer that meant he was not able to be intimate.” Sandra said that the family knew the four men quite well.

“The day before Karel was murdered Christopher [Adams] helped him with his tyres, and Karel gave him R10 for his trouble. It is just not right what they have done to him, and to me and my family.” The five convicted will appear in the High Court tomorrow (Friday 11 November) for sentencing.

Pastor Karel Thomas was hanged from a tree and left to die.


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Thursday, 10 November 2011 LWANDLE

Nteta’s dedication paves future DELIAH BRINKHUIS CONSTABLE Siphiwo Nteta of the Lwandle police received the accolade of detective of the year at the annual Provincial Police Prestige Awards last Friday. Since 2009 the award has not changed hands, and remains the pride of Nteta, who happily served saucy burgers and crispy chips at a fast food outlet in Strand before joining the force in 2004. Although profoundly proud of his achievement the 29-year-old father of two humbly insists that it is all in the line of duty. “This is my job. The award is an extra bonus encouraging me to perform better,” he says. In his seven years in the force he has not once taken sick leave and has accumulated hundreds of hours of overtime work. “I do not count the hours – my work is done only once a case has been resolved,” says Nteta, who adds that 2006, the year he married, and 2008, when he was called out to about five murder scenes over one weekend, were possibly the toughest years in his career. In investigating murder, robbery and hijacking, he says he aims for the most severe punishment possible. For the period April 2010 to April 2011, 34 of the 68 cases he’s been investigating have hit court already, and 10 of these have been finalised. Another of Nteta’s proud accom-

GESOEK

Koerantverkopers gesoek DIE DistriksPos is dringend op soek na straatverkopers wat elke Donderdagoggend die DistriksPos op spesifieke straathoeke in die Helderberg-omgewing kan verkoop. Aansoekers moet bewys van ’n vaste huisadres kan lewer asook verwysings met geldige telefoonnommers verskaf. Belangstellendes kan vir Arnold Hendricks by 021 853 0211 bel.

Newspaper needs vendors THE DistrictMail is looking for people to sell the newspaper every Thursday morning on designated street corners in the Helderberg region. Applicants must be able to provide a permanent residential address as well as references with valid contact numbers. Anyone interested can phone Arnold Hendricks on 0 021 853 0211.

plishments is the 46-year sentence recently handed down to a 45-yearold criminal involved in a spate of business robberies from 2006 to 2009. Born and bred in a Christian family in Queenstown, Nteta is also an ordained minister of the Assembly of God and does part-time ministering whilst studying towards a degree in theology. He has also obtained a diploma in forensic investigation from the University of the Western Cape. Nteta expresses great fondness

for his work partner and best friend, constable Zwelidumile Dzingwe. The duo have overcome obstacles aplenty and broken down seemingly impenetrable barriers since enrolling as officers of the law in 2004. He fondly recalls how keen teamwork led to the discovery and arrest of a suspect in the Eastern Cape, vowing to give one of the two wrist watches he received as a prize to his partner. “I am not the best – merely hardworking,” says the award-winning officer with conviction.

Lwandle detective constable Siphiwo Nteta has been named the Western Cape detective of the year for three consecutive years.

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Thursday, 10 November 2011 SOMERSET-WES

Nóg ’n treinongeluk by Firgrove JASON FELIX

Metrorail-veiligheidsbeamptes en reddingswerkers op die ongelukstoneel verlede Woensdag nadat ’n trein met ’n Volkswagen Polo gebots het. Foto: Jason Felix

‘N DERTIG-jarige man van Stellenbosch is baie gelukkig dat hy met sy lewe daarvan afgekom het ná ’n passasierstrein met sy motor gebots het op Woensdag 2 November. Dié ongeluk, waarin die Volkswagen Polo byna onherkenbaar beskadig is, het omstreeks 13:15 by die kruising by Ridgemor-wynlandgoed plaasgevind. Daar is geen valhek by dié kruising nie. Die trein was onderweg na Kaapstad van die Strand-stasie. Volgens

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Electronic eyes to bolster safety NIKITA SYLVESTER THE Heldervue and Steynsrust Neighbourhood Watch groups have joined forces to make their communities safer. To do this, a new camera project will soon be implemented in the Heldervue and Steynsrust communities. Jacqui Badenhorst and Wendy Oxley from these respective groups have taken hold of the reins to pilot the project. Badenhorst explains that secu-

rity cameras, using software that can recognise licence plates, will be installed at entrance points to the neighbourhoods. The cameras will be monitored 24 hours a day, seven days a week. “If a flagged vehicle is picked up by the system, SMSes will be sent to the response team, who will be backed up by the controller monitoring the cameras.” Oxley and Badenhorst believe their communities will benefit greatly from this project.

The above diagram, taken from the website of the company that will assist with the software for this project, illustrates how the cameras will recognise licence plates.The idea is to monitor all vehicles entering and leaving the area.

The cameras will aid crime prevention, enable immediate identification of stolen or suspicious vehicles entering the areas, and monitor suspicious people making the rounds. “Residents will be able to log onto each camera from their homes, giving them the opportunity to monitor for themselves what is happening around them. This will ensure immediate response from those who live in the immediate vicinity.” Badenhorst says the project’s estimated cost is R350 000, and the watches have already reached the halfway mark; they hope to have the system set up before year end. “We have approached all the residents in the two watch areas to help us. The only way that cash can be collected is through deposits into a bank account, which will be used especially for this project. The financial statements are always open for scrutiny by interested parties.”

konstabel Suzan Jantjies, woordvoerder vir die Somerset-Wes-polisie, het die bestuurder versuim om by die kruising te stop. Volgens ’n passasier wat in die trein se deur gestaan het toe die ongeluk gebeur het, was die man besig om op sy selfoon te praat toe hy oor die kruising gery het. Hy is later in die Vergelegen Mediclinic met kop- en beenbeserings opgeneem. Metrorail streeksbestuurder, Lindelo Matya, het in ’n verklaring gevra dat motoriste meer waaksaam moet wees by spoorwegkrui-

sings. Die enkellyn-spoorweg was ná die ongeluk vir ongeveer eenen-’n -half uur gesluit en passasiers is met busse tussen die Faure- en Firgrove-stasie vervoer. ’n Saak van roekelose en nalatige bestuur word deur die polisie ondersoek. ) In Junie verlede jaar was daar ’n soortgelyke ongeluk by dié kruising. Terry Cairns, die motorbestuurder wat ligte beserings opgedoen het, het gesê dat nog ongelukke hier sal plaasvind omdat daar geen veiligheidsmaatreëls by dié kruising in plek is nie.

SIR LOWRY’S PASS

Nine left homeless after blaze DELIAH BRINKHUIS A FIRE started in an empty paint tin may have been the cause of the devastating blaze that destroyed five homes in Sir Lowry’s Pass. The bucket of smouldering coals was allegedly left unattended in a shack on Saturday at about 09:00. No one was injured in the fire that left nine people homeless. Zukisan Mshweshwe, one of those stricken by the inferno, says the fire started in a shack closest to the railway line, soon spreading to the four neighbouring homes. Mshweshwe – who lived with his pregnant wife and four-yearold son in the shack farthest away from where the fire started – says he and his family have lost all their possessions. On Monday, he and a family member were rebuilding their home, hoping to finish construction in time for the family to sleep

there that night. If you can help the families in any way, please phone Sinethemba Mkalale on 073 416 1397.

Zukisan Mshweshwe rebuilds his home, which was destroyed with four others in a fire in Sir Lowry’s Pass on Saturday.


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Thursday, 10 November 2011 NEWS 1–13

VIEWS 8–9

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BUSINESS 48–57

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SOMERSET WEST

‘Gangsters’ take over home NATASCHA HERBOTH IN a quiet street in Van der Stel an unusual story has unfolded. Neighbours of house number 5 in Stellenhof Street are fed up and have turned to the DistrictMail as a last resort. Direct neighbours of the house in question, Albert and Mara Prinsloo, explain their plight: “The house next door to us is owned by a drug addict who has neglected the house and, as a result, vagrants have been calling it home since about February of this year.” Albert says they have to quieten the squatters down at 01:00 just to

get some peace and quiet. “It is an irritating system,” he says. Things took a turn for the worse when Albert and Mara discovered the vagrants had thrown a brick and a used pipe onto their roof. “This is too much.” Another neighbour, Theo Ellis, agrees. “We can’t take it any more.” Ellis says the authorities have been contacted on a number of occasions, but “we get no cooperation from them”. Says councillor Lungiswa James, the City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee member for Health, “City Health’s Somerset West Office received a complaint

From the left are Albert Prinsloo, Chris Steyn and Theo Ellis in front of the broken garage door.

from number 4 Stellenhof Street about building rubble at number 5 Stellenhof Street, Van der Stel. City Health carried out an inspection on number 5 Stellenhof Street on 2 September.” Councillor Lungiswa says a notice was issued to the owner of number 5, stipulating that the building rubble should be removed from the property. “The notice expired on 21 October. The City is in the process of trying to find the owner to take further action, in the form of prosecution. “Also,” Lungiswa adds, “the bank is in the process of repossessing the house, which makes any further action difficult.” Jack Visser, the father of the homeowner, confirms that his son has had drug-related problems. “My son was doing really well about two years ago. He had a good job and everything went well. Sadly, things started falling apart. My son lost control.” Jack explains that his son visited Stikland Hospital in Bellville, which delivers secondary- and tertiary-level mental health care. “But my son lives at home now as he is not able to care for himself.” According to Jack, his son says he has tried to make the vagrants leave his house. “I am a very old man and thus don’t know the full

story,” Jack continues, “but the house is filled with drug addicts.” He says his son has also turned to the authorities in an attempt to have the squatters removed. The vagrants have removed everything from the house worth taking – cupboards, door handles, lamps and even the front gate. When DistrictMail visited the home, one of the occupants, Justin Liell-Cock, was present. Liell-Cock says he has been living in the home for about the last four months. “I was living in the home with the owner,” he claims. “One day he just left and left me in charge of the house.” According to Liell-Cock, who says he pays the owner rent for staying at the house, the vagrants just took over – “They became more and more.” He says a number of the people are gangsters from surrounding areas. “I need to get out. They’re threatening my life.”

The taps in the bathroom have been ripped out.

The ceiling has been stripped.

Richard Bosman, executive director of Safety and Security for the City of Cape Town, says the City’s Problem Building Unit is not aware of this building. “But we will conduct an inspection to ascertain whether further action needs to be taken.”


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Thursday, 10 November 2011

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Remarkable police service One reads and hears so much criticism of the police force these days, but there is a flipside to this coin. My husband, who suffers from dementia, needs to be placed in a frail care home. This involves filling in numerous forms, one being signed by a commissioner of oaths.

On Sunday 9 October I nipped up to Somerset West Police Station to find out what documents were required. I was met with such courtesy and understanding – I was informed that due to the circumstances the police would come to my home with the relevant stamp. I could not believe

my ears. This duly took place the same day. Unfortunately, I didn’t note the names of the officers involved, but thank you all. Station commander Mary Ann Williams needs to be congratulated on running a very tight ship.

PAM SAUNDERS

EDITORIAL COLUMN

) Bianca Strydom, veels geluk met jou 9de verjaarsdag! Baie liefde Mamma, Pappa, Hanco en Bekker. ) Badronizia en Tracy Lee Paulse van Zantvliet Hoërskool in Macassar, voorspoed en sterkte met die eksamen wat voorlê. Van ouma en oupa. ) Baie geluk aan Vicky Claassen en Schalk Heyns met jul verlowing op 11 September. Met liefde Theresa en Arno. ) Aan my pa Paul Rose, 6 November 71 jaar oud! My dad is hard working and my hero has helped me no matter how good or bad I was and is just the best dad ever. Happy birthday, pappa! Met baie liefde van jou dogter Janine Seale.

New era THE year might be nearing its end at the speed of light, but at DistrictMail the exploration of new frontiers is still being enjoyed. The whole of 2011 has been a constant time of change for this newspaper and its staff. With its proud tradition of more than 80 years and with numerous long-serving employees, a balance needed to be found in embracing the future and the technological changes as well as the vast number of new staff members. Therefore, DistrictMail is proud to present its brand new website, www.districtmail.com, which was launched last night. All our loyal readers as well as the Helderberg’s youngsters are encouraged to take ownership of this community site. Become a registered user. Post your views, suggestions and comments, enjoy the articles and photo galleries, and enter the competitions. In keeping up with exciting changes, the possibility of a brand new bus service between the Helderberg and Stellenbosch has residents rejoicing. Letters from commuters wanting to make use of this service are still streaming in. Golden Arrow Bus Services confirmed that they will present provincial government with the proposal for the new route for their authorization. It’s now up to us to ensure our leaders approve this service and set the wheels in motion towards a successful 2012.

Sê jou sê

) Introducing Noah William Hendricks, borrowed to us by God, born 3 October 2011. You are everything we hoped for little man... and more. ) God’s richest blessing to hubby Isaac Lategan. You have been reminding me all year about this big birthday! God bless always, your wife Cecilia. Love you lots.

What happened to the HCW? WE have been paying members of the Helderberg Crime Watch (HCW) since 2000. Under the auspices of the police and sponsored by BMW, it was reassuring to see the patrol cars in the neighbourhood. The HCW was later sponsored by ADT Security and we had no reason to complain, because we saw the cars patrolling and heard them in the early hours of the morning. Until about four to six months ago we noticed the patrols became less and less. During the past month our area was subjected to four burglaries, at least three homes are HCW subscribers. In our case the security gate was opened from inside the house by the burglars and stayed open for more than 24 hours. No one reported that to the police or HCW. Worst of all the HCW did not patrol that area in 24 hours and now refuse to give us a print-out of the patrol sheet for that particular 24hour period. Needless to say, we are disappointed in the HCW and, despite conversations with the operations manager and vice-president, we get no feedback from the HCW. I know their cars are still in Somerset West, because I have seen them at the corner of Dummer Street and Irene Ave-

nue. We have also been told they have been seen in Gordon’s Bay and Stellenbosch. We would really like to know what is happening at the HCW and why we should remain members.

ANONYMOUS Hugh Roe, HCW operations manager, responds (edited for length): We have had numerous discussions with “Anonymous” regarding their situation. HCW, in conjunction with their new service provider, Vetus Schola, have in 10 months effected 221 schedule 1 arrests, retrieved illegal firearms and ammunition, including half a dozen stolen vehicles, this being more than 10 times that of the previous service provider over a far longer period. Trust that answers that. We would like “Anonymous’’ to contact us and advise us of the names and addresses of the other three subscribers who have had break-ins in the last month so that we can have a fair chance to respond. HCW’s primary role is proactive patrolling. Over and above this we offer subscribers a meet and greet service, roadside assistance, holiday patrols and instant 24-hour response

through our state of the art control room. The area that “Anonymous’’ resides in was certainly patrolled during the time mentioned; their gate may have been open and as such not picked up on by the HCW patroller. Unfortunately this is a widespread problem in our town, as numerous homes do leave their gates open. This has been addressed with the HCW patrol teams, and they have been urged to be more vigilant. It is essential for citizens to have layers of security, such as walls, dogs, alarm systems monitoring and armed response, cameras, motion sensor lighting, proactive patrolling, and neighbourhood watch programmes. We implore our subscribers to notify us should they be going away so we may do holiday patrols at their premises. “Anonymous’’ did not inform us and was quite outspoken in this regard, saying that they “do not notify neighbours, HCW and definitely not SAPS” when they are going away. Given that, as well as the layout of their property and the fact that they do not have any alarm monitoring or response, there was no way to know their home had been broken in to. We will continue to communicate with “Anonymous’’ in this regard.

Thank you, Helderberg Hospice MY children and I just want to extend warm heartfelt thanks to everybody at Helderberg Hospice. During the time of my husband’s / father’s illness hospice was always there for any support we needed. After his passing five

months ago, hospice is still caring. Thank you to everyone at Helderberg Hospice for the remembrance service held on 3 November for those who passed away in the last year, and for remembering those left behind.

Also a warm thank you to the Apostolic Choir from Sir Lowry’s Pass, who made the evening so memorable with their lovely voices.

BRIGITTE PILLAY AND FAMILY

) To our son, Tashwin Arnolds, giving birth was a gift from God. We wish you a blessed fourth crown birthday. Lots of love, mom, dad, Kayla and Enver. ) Andrio Stevens, baie geluk met jou uitstekende prestasies hierdie jaar en vir al die harde werk wat jy ingesit het. Pappa en Mamma is baie trots op jou. ) Big thanks HH Hospital, you did great on 24 October, helping me with my husband. Thanks ward D doctors, nurses and sisters. From the Petersen family. ) Daph, ek bid vir jou. Baie liefde, Shirley. ) Baie geluk en shukran/dankie aan Strand Moslem vir ’n puik karnaval. Yasmin Arnold & fam. ) Thanks aan al die staff by Gail’s Haarsalon in Somerset. Julle is cute. Ek lyk altyd stunning met my hare. Dankie Rosalind (Ros). ) Hi, I just want to thank my husband for being such a great father and wonderful husband. We love you, Mia and Nikki. ) WitVWgolf 1.6 CEY19243: 12:35 op 6 November stompie by venster uitgegooi by rooi robot op die hoek van Andries Pretorius & Victoria Weg, Somerset-Wes. ) Thank you to all the parents from Somerset West Private Primary School for contributing so generously to the World Food Day. Sandy, Tracey and Rob.

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Begin die sms met die woord MENSE en tik dan jou boodskap.

Sê dankie, geluk, jammer, lief jou....


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Thursday, 10 November 2011 NEWS 1–13

RUBRIEK

Daar’s trek, en daar’s trék DIT was die dertigste van die maand toe hou ’n Ford Bantam-bakkie met ’n sleepwa aan voor die leë huis oorkant die straat stil. Daar was ’n mengelmoes van huisraad op die bakkie en die sleepwa was tot boordens toe vol gelaai. Dis “nuwe” mense wat daar intrek. ’n Fris jong man het homself van agter die stuurwiel los gewikkel en die twee helpers, tienerseuns, beduie om ook uit te klim. “Jis, ons is hier.” Sy halfslyt-denim het laag afgesak oor sy heupe. Sy geruite hemp se punte het uitgepeul, maar hy het die gordel om sy middellyf beetgekry en dit weer hoër op getrek; sy hempsmoue opgerol, stil gaan staan met sy hande op die heupe om

die vrag te bekyk. Dan wil dit lyk asof hy bekommerd is oor die kombuis se “wit goed”: yskas, vrieskas, wasmasjien en stoof wat diep ingepak staan, rugkant teen die kajuit. Hy het gebuk om te kyk, maar dan weer tevrede terug gestaan. Die res van die vloer was gepak met al die huisgoed: tafels, stoele, rakkies, boekrakke, ’n lang leeslamp en laaikaste. Daai tyd toe die bak vol geword het, moes daar hoër op gepak word. ’n Tweede laag van rottang meubels: stoele, rusbank en sytafeltjies. Alles beskerm met kussings en komberse. Dan nóg hoër op die toring lê drie opgerolde matte lankuit oor die vrag tot halfmas oor die bakkie se kap. Reg op die agterend was ’n paar

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rye kartonne: appelkartonne, Handy Andy-kartonne, Robertson wit wyn-kartonne, almal van die supermark gebedel, breekgoed en boeke gepak en met gompapier toegeplak. Dit het gelyk asof hulle só swaar was dat hulle die voertuig se bak laat sak het. Maar nee, dit was nie die kartonne wat só swaar was nie, dit was die verbleikte geel sleepwa met Johnny’s Trailer Hire op die sykant geadverteer, wat só swaar vorentoe gelê het dat die hele vrag amper hand-in-die-sy gelyk het. Drie divans met matrasse, een vir ’n dubbel bed en twee vir enkel beddens, was prominent op die lading. Die res was goed uit die garage. Dit was meganiese gereedskap, dit was tuingereedskap en dit was braai gereedskap. Sommer ’n Weber-braai sowel as ’n halwe staalbak ook. En op die agterblad was

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verskeie blombakke asook twee bruinrooi Bali-potte. Elkeen ’n meter hoog. Terwyl die manne begin het met die aflaai het ’n rooi Hyundai Gets ook by die inry stilgehou. ’n Jong vroutjie met ’n gestreepte sweetpakbroek en tekkies het uitgeklim. Sy het die agterste deur oopgemaak en in gebuk om te vroetel. Toe sy weer terugstaan, het sy ’n arm vol klerasie by haar gehad. Ek kon ook sien dat die motor nog vol klere en linnegoed was. Sy het berg toe gekyk en seker die wolke gesien saampak. Toe het sy die meubeldraers aangepraat: “Willem, jy moet jou stert roer; julle moet daai beddens inkry, hoor. Kyk daar die weer steek op. Dis netnou se reën.” Dan het ek altyd gewonder, wáár kom hulle nou vandaan? Hóekom trek hulle?

THE Family of Roy Antony once again appeals to the readers of the DistrictMail for donations to help pay for his renal dialysis. Both of Roy’s kidneys have failed, and he suffers from chronic kidney failure. He undergoes renal dialysis three times a week at a private institute at R900 per day. This treatment started in March this year.

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Wednesday 26 October will be his 100th renal dialysis session. The cost thus far calculates to R90 000 without the cost of Repotin, which is used when dialysis is being administered. We convey a heartfelt thanks to everyone who previously made a contribution.

EK wil u graag verwittig van die uitstaande, behulpsame en vriendelike diens wat ek by Computer Land in Twin Palms Sentrum in Strand gekry het toe ek my nuwe rekenaar by hulle gekoop het. Hulle kon al my vrae beantwoord, my van raad voorsien en het selfs goeie voorstelle gemaak waar ek oor een of ander tegniese aspek getwyfel het. Baie dankie, Computer Land.

TO get good service from a mechanical workshop these days is a novelty. There are many impressive workshops around but they all lack that “personal attention” aspect. Luckily, I was convinced to take my vehicle to Jacques Gerber of Gordon’s Bay Service and Diagnostic Centre in Gordon’s Bay. What a pleasant surprise. Great workmanship, attention to detail and value for money. I know where my other vehicles are going from now on.

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Johann Perold, ’n gebore Paarliet wat gereeld rubrieke vir PaarlPos geskryf het, het homself onlangs in die Helderberg kom vestig. Voor sy aftrede twee jaar gelede het hy onder meer as lektor by die eertydse Tegniese kollege Maitland gewerk en later as argitekstegnoloog.

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SOMERSET WEST

GORDON’S BAY

Lena (92), ‘Queen of Scarves’

Lunch with mayor De Lille

MARK STUART

TITLES are all too often bestowed on people who do not really deserve them, but if anyone deserves the title of “Queen of Scarves”, it’s Lena Moore. Lena is 92 years young and lives at the Lancelot home for the aged in Somerset West. She has been knitting colourful woollen scarves for the less fortunate for many years, and plans to continue doing so for as long as she can. Lena currently knits about 100 scarves a year, and has been knitting them for the severely disabled children who attend Sally Klutth’s Chilanga Riding School for the Physically Disabled in Somerset West for the past eight years. “I used to knit hats and scarves for the Dutch Reformed Church, but now I only knit the scarves for Sally. “I’ve always enjoyed knitting and

I can’t bear to sit still and do nothing; I especially like knitting for these poor little children. “Sally gets the wool for me and I knit the scarves, and sometimes people donate old jerseys to me. I wash them, unpick them and use the wool to knit more scarves. “I suppose I like doing this because I follow in the footsteps of my mother, who did so much for less fortunate people in England during World War II.” She has knitted around 70 scarves already this year, and plans to knit several more for the Chilanga children for their Christmas party on 6 December, at which she will be the guest of honour. Lena, who is of Scottish descent, lived in Zimbabwe for 43 years. She and her husband ran the Settlers Inn in Raffingoro, 120 km from Harare, where they rented rooms and provided meals to weary travellers. She later moved to Somerset West

Lena Moore, doing what she loves – knitting – with some of the 70 bright, colourful scarves she has knitted for the disabled children who attend the Chilanga Riding School in Somerset West.

to live with her daughter, Annie Vermeulen, whom she lived with until eight years ago, when she moved to Lancelot. Sally, meanwhile, says her friend Lena is absolutely amazing. “I provide the wool, which is sponsored or sold to me at an excellent price by Crafters Inn in Somerset West, and she single-handedly knits all these scarves.” Sally will be using the scarves to decorate the Christmas tree for the children’s party. At the end of the party each little girl will be able to select a scarf from the tree, while the boys will also receive a little gift. There will be around 400 people at the party this year, including disabled children from Khayelitsha, Mitchells Plain, the Helderberg area and Grabouw, as well as teachers, helpers and volunteers. Sally says she would like to thank everyone who has supported her school and donated goods for the Christmas party. Among the sponsors are: Somerset West Round Table, which supplied fencing materials to the farm to replace the wooden fences that were destroyed in a fire; Doempie Digger Loader Machine Hire, Strand; Sweetwell Farm (Alison and Hennie Cronje), which donated boerewors; Somerset West Girl Guides, Somerset House; Elgin Dew, which donated fruit juice; Bread from Heaven, which donated bread rolls; HQ Tyres, which helped in many ways over the year; Brothers and Palbin, which donated wood shavings; Cathy Ashwell, who provided assistance. “My greatest wish is to make this Christmas party a happy one for those terribly disadvantaged children who come to Chilanga,” Sally continues. We are, however, still in need of five braai drums, and need biscuits, sweets and chips.” If you can help make this party an event to remember, please call Sally urgently on 0 021 852 1467.

THE annual Gordon’s Bay mayoral lunch will be held at the Gordon’s Bay Yacht Club on Saturday at 12:30. The Gordon’s Bay Village Action Group welcome newly-elected mayor Patricia de Lille to join residents of Temperance Town, the Old Village, and the greater

Helderberg for a discussion and lunch. The meeting with the mayor is free of charge, but those who wish to stay for lunch can buy a ticket at R50 per person. To facilitate lunch arrangements, please phone Barbara Louw on 0 082 570 1045 to book your meal.


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ADOPT A PUPPY

Disabled police officers? A Somerset West police vehicle was recently seen parked in a clearly marked “disabled persons” parking at Somerset Mall. The DistrictMail reader who sent in this photograph expressed her unhappiness and wanted to know if this meant that police officers are excused from breaking the law because of their job title. Police spokesperson November Filander said that no SAPS vehicle is allowed to disobey a road traffic law or park in a disabled parking bay, except in cases of emergency. “The management of SAPS Somerset West take cognisance of the traffic transgression and has instituted an investigation into the matter,” confirmed Filander.

Tekkie your town Let your shoes do the talking THE success of the Tekkie Town DistrictMail shoe project is reaching new heights. Last week we received five boxes of shoes – and the bin is still filling up. We now have an abundance of shoes to give to those in need. Due to the success of the campaign, Tekkie Town has agreed

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to extend the campaign to 8 December. We sincerely thank all the generous people who have already donated shoes. Keep on filling the bin with shoes at Tekkie Town Somerset West, and if you know of any organisation in need of shoes, phone Jason Felix on 0 021 853 4290.

More than 100 pairs of shoes were collected last week alone.

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Perfect puppies: Township Animal Rescue field worker Vanessa Cunningham holds up little Thelma and Louise. These five-month-old puppies, along with little brother Timothy, were rescued from a farm not long ago and are in desperate need of loving homes. They are all lovely energetic puppies, and everyone at the Township Animal Rescue would love to see them settled in at more permanent homes. Anyone interested in adopting these gorgeous puppies can phone the organisation on 021 855 1824 or email mikecu@mweb.co.za. The pups will also be at the craft market at Southey’s Vines this Saturday from 11:00 to 13:00. For more information visit www.townshipanimalrescue.co.za.


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MATRIC EXAM

‘If you can dream it, you can do it’ THE Grade 12 pupils at Simanyene Secondary School in Lwandle were among those who wrote their home language, isiXhosa

on Thursday 3 November. The general feeling among the pupils was that the paper was not too difficult and quite enjoyable.

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the isiXhosa paper was very easy. “I worked hard for this examination and was well prepared. I am also looking forward to my accounting and mathematics results.” Zandile says that so far she is quite confident.

enjoyed this paper. It is my home language and I studied hard for it.” Thanduxolo explained that at the beginning of the examinations he felt quite nervous and negative. “After you write your first subject you start feeling more comfortable. You just need to study and prepare well.”

Sipho Salman feels that this examination went very well because he was well prepared for it. “I was excited to write this paper because it is my home language and I was able to easily express my views.” Sipho says he is confident about the way the examinations are going.

Nyameka Zali “I prepared a lot for this exam and wrote very well.” Nyameka says so far she has been doing quite fine with the examinations. “I still need to work hard for the other papers but I am confident I will pass.”

Khanyisa Mhlawuli said although she didn’t prepare much she still wrote well. “I did look through my isiXhosa book but didn’t have to study hard. The paper wasn’t that difficult.” She said that so far the examinations have all been fine and she is sure she will pass.

Siyanda Mtshotana said he worked really hard and it all paid off because he found the paper to be very easy. “At first I was very nervous, but now I believe I have found my feet.” He explained that he is a little worried about his second mathematics literacy paper, but is sure he will pass because he did well in the first paper.

Rewarding great service: Helderberg Rotary Club recently honoured a number of selected people for sterling service to the community. Here, Helderberg Rotary president Dick Solms (centre) are with (from left) Paul Gerber (who received the district governor’s award for service to the community), Lesley Byron (Helderberg Rotary community award), Elsa du Plessis of the Helderberg Rotary Anns (Paul Harris award – the highest award offered by the club – for outstanding service to the community) and local businesswoman Sue Weiss (vocational service award).

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Fun times for furry friends THE SPCA will hold a “Wine and Dine Dog Day” at the Nelson Wine Estate (R44, behind Paarl) from 08:00 to 16:00 on Sunday 4 December. You can expect food stalls, competitions and a dog fun run. Entrance costs R20 for adults and R10 for children; be sure to take a blanket, umbrella and sun block.

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Donderdag 10 November Somerset West: ) The Helderberg Cancer Support Group will meet at 18:00 at the Oncology department, Sir Lowry’s Pass Road. Anyone is welcome. 0 Alison: 079 741 7097.

Somerset West: ) Enjoy treats, refreshments and hand-made gifts at Southey’s Vines Country Craft Market. 186 Main Road, from 08:00 – 13:00.

Sunday 13 November Stellenbosch:

Stellenbosch: ) The Anna Foundation will have a Year-End showcase at Rustenberg Wines at 18:30. Please come and support the children. 0 Carolyn Clark: 021 885 1922.

Saterdag 12 November

) La Masseria will host a special market from 11:00 till 15:00. Situated on the R44 between Somerset West and Stellenbosch, opposite the Mooiberge Farm Stall. The market offers a diverse range of goods. Arts, crafts, treats, and fun for the whole family. 0 073 265 3094.

Tuesday 15 November Somerset West: ) The German Empore programme will host a German presentation entitled, Namibia – breathtaking views, untold stories. St Paul’s Hall, Andries Pretorius Street at 19:00. 0 Reinhard: 076 069 4698.

Donderdag 17 November Somerset West: ) The Helderberg Crime Watch will have their AGM at 18:00 at the Lord Charles Hotel. Confirm your

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Gabriella Centre offers residential care

Die inwoners van Huis Jan Swart is vandeesmaand heerlik bederf. Foto: Leandri van der Merwe

Seniors só bederf ACVV Huis Jan Swart se inwoners het vanjaar die maand van Ouer Persone behoorlik gevier. Op 17 September, ná afloop van die wedstryd tussen die Springbokke en Samoa, is ’n pretloop en worsbraai gehou. Op 28 September het klein Lochieland se graad RR-klasse van 40 leerlinge onder leiding van juffrou Magda en Anina van Wyk ’n sangvertoning gelewer en aan elke inwoner ’n bos blomme

oorhandig. ’n Bekende bank het op 29 September aan elkeen ’n geskenkpak oorhandig en heerlike verversings verskaf vir die middagtee. Die inwoners is ook onderskeidelik op 5, 6 en 7 Oktober bederf met ’n Duitse ontbyt, Italiaanse middagete en ’n eg-Britse aandete kompleet met servette, spyskaarte en vlae, asook plakkate wat die lande uitbeeld. Dít noem ’n mens mos bederf.

THE staff members at the Gabriella Centre for physically and intellectually challenged youths will soon take on a host of new responsibilities. As of January 2012, the Helderberg Road centre – which currently sees to the needs of five young adults – will be offering residential care to those who need it. Those who are interested are asked to apply promptly for admission as there is only space for 12 residents. “The degree of care required and behavioural issues will be our main concern,” elaborates Gabriella Centre manager and founder Natalie Del Fabbro. On weekdays, she explains, residents will attend the centre’s day care, which operates from 07:30 to 17:00. The day care will remain open during school holidays and will only close for three weeks over Christmas. Residential care will be open throughout the year. “The daily programme includes physiotherapy, occupational therapy, aroma therapy, music therapy, computer work, creative activ-

ities, outdoor play and horse riding,” says Del Fabbro. “An individual programme will be designed specifically for your child by Senecio, a group of therapists with exceptional knowledge and experience who work closely with Gabriella Centre, ensuring each child receives the physiotherapy and intellectual stimulation they require.”

Natalie Del Fabbro, manager and founder of the centre, with 21-year-old daughter Gabriella, after whom the centre is named.

Del Fabbro appeals to any individual or company interested in helping a family by sponsoring their loved ones’ residential fees to get in touch with the centre. For more information call the Gabriella Centre on 021 852 9827 or at gabriellacentre@yebo.co.za.

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Trots op plaaslike wyne MARLI VAN WYNGAARD SY gemeenskap se uitstaande gehalte wyn, kos, kultuur en mense is sy trots, sy passie en sy hartsaak. Theo Esbos, eienaar van die Kwikspar in Somerset-Wes én Stellenbosch, glo daarin om plaaslike produsente te ondersteun deur plaaslike produkte te verkoop. Local Lekker en Trots Stellenbosch: Keur Kos & Wyn / Proudly Somerset West Fine Food & Wine is handelslagspreuke wat Theo met groot moeite registreer het spesiaal om plaaslike produkte te bemark. Sy nuutste inisiatief om sy omgewing se top-wyne ’n hupstoot te gee is die eksklusiewe spesialis wynwinkel, WO (wine of origin) Stellenbosch, wat hy op 1 September langs die Kwikspar in Piet Retiefstraat, Stellenbosch (oorkant Paul Roos

Gimnasium) geopen het. “Ons bied tans die wyne van 95 verskillende plaaslike wynplase, wat 650 verskillende wyne insluit, te koop aan. Dit sluit wyne van oor ons hele wynroete in, van Simonsberg tot die Helderberg, van Bottelary tot Stellenbosch-berg asook die Stellenbosch-vallei se omgewing,” verduidelik Adél Conradie, ’n wynmaker wat as wynkonsultant by dié wynboetiek aangestel is. Die kriteria waarvolgens sy die wynplase kies wat se wyne hier verkoop word, is dat dit plaaslik en eksklusief moet wees, met minstens een van die plaas se wyne wat al met ’n 4-ster Platter-toekenning vereer is. “Ons poog om die hele reeks van ’n kelder se wyne aan te hou – ons winkel moet die verlengstuk van die kelder wees,” sê Adél. Die wyne word teen kelderpryse verkoop.

Picnics in the Winelands SUMMER time is picnin time in the Winelands. Spend your summer chilling in the sun with a picnic basket overflowing with a variety of delicious deli treats at Bilton Wines. At R395 per basket, the Bilton Summer Picnic Basket can be enjoyed as a meal for two or snacks for four, and caters to most tastes with a variety of meats, cheeses and much more. While meat eaters can indulge in pastrami, gypsy ham and salami, cheese lovers will enjoy the camembert, brie and blue rock cheese. The whole family is wel-

come at Bilton. All you need is to book your picnic basket, take your own blanket and round up your friends and family. The picnic baskets are available every day during the height of the season from November 2011 till January 2012. Bilton Wines is open daily for wine tasting and countrystyle lunches off Annandale Road, Lynedoch, between Somerset West and Stellenbosch. For further information call Bilton at 021 881 3714 or visit their website www.biltonwines.com.

“In plaas daarvan om na die plase te ry, kan mense nou petrol spaar en dit teen dieselfde prys by ons koop. Só wil ons ook ons koolstofvoetspoor beperk.” Volgens Adél beoog hulle om gereeld kos en wyn-parings met behulp van Katinka van Niekerk (voormalige lektor aan die Kaapse Wyn-akademie) as konsultant te doen, sowel as wynproeë met die betrokke plaaslike wynmakers. “Ons verkoop ook eksklusiewe whiskeys, plaaslike brandewyn, MCCs (vonkelwyn) en spesialiteitsbiere. As iemand ’n produk soek wat hulle nêrens anders kan kry nie, is hulle welkom om ons te nader en ons sal dit vir hulle opspoor, maak nie saak waar in die wêreld nie,” nooi Adél. Haar bestuurder, Derrick Grobler, vertel dat Adél met ’n BSc-

Van links is Adél Conradie (wynkonsultant), Derrick Grobler (bestuurder) en Samantha Adonis (assistent). Veelynne Petersen (assistent) was nie teenwoordig toe die foto geneem is nie. graad in wingerd- en wynkunde spog en as wynmaker reeds drie keer oorsee en sewe keer plaaslik gepars het. “Sy is van 12:00 tot 17:00 op weeksdae as wynkonsultant in die

winkel om raad oor aankope te gee en ook selfs proeë aan te bied,” sê Derrick. Die amptelike bekendstelling van WO Stellenbosch sal op Woensdag 16 November plaasvind.

When wine and welfare work together THE Helderberg Wine Route donated over R25 000 to a tireless group of rescuers after hosting the Amazing Race, which drew 20 wineries and 156 participants. After deducting the cost of hosting the festival, the organisers decided to donate the profits to Delta Search & Rescue, an organisation in the region that is geared to help people in distress. Trevor Wyborn from Delta Search & Rescue says the money will be used to buy equipment for the organisation’s rescue vehicle and better serve people who run into trouble on the Helderberg mountain. “As radio equipment has become very expensive over the past few years, we were in desperate need of upgrading our systems to communicate effectively with our base unit and other rescue services in the re-

Margi Hoffe of the Helderberg Wine Route stands between Stephen Durand (left) and Trevor Wyborn of Delta Search & Rescue. gion,” Wyborn elaborates. Margi Hoffe, chairperson of the Helderberg Wine Route, says the race has almost doubled in size and income and promises the 2012 Amazing Race will be even bigger. With participants needing to per-

form different tasks at the various wineries against the clock, the day has everyone running around in a beautiful region with views of False Bay, glorious mountains and fantastic architecture. Tasks include counting barrels at Eikendal, raft racing on the Lourensford River at Hathersage, Indian runner duck herding and counting at Vergenoegd, horse shoe throwing at Avontuur, lemon and strawberry picking at Post House and Somerbosch and dragging empty wine barrels behind a row-boat at Wedderwill. Tasks are followed by casual wine tastings and snacks; drivers must taste and spit to keep everyone safe. If you’d like to reserve your places for the 2012 race taking place on 22 September, mail Björn van Oort at bjorn@cvomarketing.co.za.


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Win a riveting read Lucky DistrictMail readers stand a chance to win a copy of one of the books below. To enter: Send your details (name, address and contact number) and the title of the book you would like to win to PO Box 58, Somerset West, 7129. You can also SMS your details – send the word “WIN”, followed by title of the book of your choice, to 34421. SMSes cost R1,50. The competition closes at 12:00 on Thursday 24 November.

Eerste woorde: Wenke aan Becoming: Becoming is the compelling story of university friends Alison and Marilyn, who meet again after 31 years of silence. The chance meeting forces them to revisit the dramatic incident that destroyed their friendship all those years ago. As they reconnect, both women are forced to look at parts of themselves they had long kept hidden from themselves and other people. Alison, a repressed middle-aged housewife, is in a secure but unexciting marriage, and is inwardly searching for a break from the tedium of her existence. Marilyn, outwardly glamorous and successful, conceals the scars of bitter disappointment and heartbreak. Becoming is a novel about coming of age – about how we can become whole despite our circumstances or pasts.

The Pain Merchants: FifteenNow You See Her: Nina year-old Nya survives on odd jobs

The Gotcha Game: Lucas was Bloom’s world is shattered when and optimism, finding both in really worried. He should never have copied that game from Mr Grimm’s computer, because now that it had started it couldn’t be stopped. And once it had your name... Someone had already died inexplicably, and Lucas and his friend Wacko would have to think of a way out quickly or it would be too late – not only for the two of them, but for everyone who had been dragged into this.

Jan gesels oor nuwe boek AAN wie het daardie blou broekie regtig behoort? En waarom het Jan van Tonder tien jaar gewag voor hy Die tentwag geskryf het? Dit is maar twee van die vrae wat Izak de Vries van Protea Boeke op Saterdag 12 Oktober om 11:00 aan Jan van Tonder, die skrywer van Anderkant omdraai, gaan vra. Dié skrywer van Gordonsbaai

se prosa is volgens Izak sterk en beskrywend, maar nooit macho nie. Hy gaan Saterdag die storie ágter die stories probeer bykom. Kom gesels saam by die Protea Boekwinkel, Andringalaan, Stellenbosch, proe aan ’n glasie van Delheim se wyn en ontmoet die man wat sy woorde so versigtig weeg voor hy sy stories neerpen. 0 021 882 9100.

she unearths a terrible secret that causes her to change her identity. She’d do anything to protect her new life in New York – including lying to everyone, even her daughter. But when an innocent man is framed for murder, she knows she can’t let him pay for the real killer’s crimes. Now, years later, she risks everything she’s earned to confront the murderous evil she fled.

short supply in a city crippled by war. Then a bungled egg theft and a stupid act of compassion expose her secret to two powerful groups – the pain merchants and the Healers’ League. They discover Nya is a taker, a healer who can shift pain and injury from person to person. When a new disaster strikes, Nya finds her talent is suddenly in great demand – but at what cost?

ouers: Kinders leer die beste wanneer hulle dit speel-speel doen. Help jou kind om die meeste uit hierdie interaktiewe leerboek te put. Wys hoe die wiel draai en die prentjies aan beweeg. Lees die storie met gevoel; jou kind sal dit wil na-aap en dan begin saamlees. Wys na die woorde wanneer jy hulle sê, vra jou kind om hulle te herhaal en hardop te lees. Beweeg jou vinger van letter tot letter terwyl jy die woorde sê, om te wys daar is ’n verband tussen letters en gesproke woorde. Gebruik die speelteëls vir meer pret. Skryf die alfabet neer en help jou kind om drie (of meer) woordteëls in alfabetiese volgorde te rangskik. Sê ’n woord en laat jou kind dit uit ’n keuse van woordteëls uitwys. Vra jou kind om woordteëls te koppel aan voorwerpe in jul huis. Sê die letterklanke waarmee die woorde begin.

Win Jannie’s success story: Jannie Mouton is the big boss of PSG, one of the country’s most successful companies that started Capitec Bank and the Curro Private School. He is currently living with his wife in Stellenbosch and has a library consisting of almost every Afrikaans novel that has been published. He will be sharing his success story at the launch of his book And then they fired me, on Tuesday 15 November at Wordsworth Books in Somerset Mall at 18:00. Phone 021 8525516 or email somerset@wordsworth.co.za for more information. Two lucky DistrictMail readers can each win a copy of Jannie’s book (one in English and one in Afrikaans). Send your details (name, contact number and address) via SMS to 34421. Please indicate the language of the book you would like to win. Each SMS costs R1,50. Closing date is at midnight on Sunday 13 November.


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The battle with dementia THE rising challenges in caring for people struggling with dementia across South Africa were the focus of a major conference in Cape Town two weeks ago. Some of the world’s top specialists in the field spoke as guests at the Dementia SA conference, among whose 180 delegates were representatives of Helderberg healthcare organisations specialising in Alzheimer’s and dementia. With the theme of making dementia and person-centric care a priority, the two-day conference provided information on new techniques and knowledge to help in evaluating current methods of care. “I left the event feeling truly inspired and proud to say that I can make a difference,” declared

Madeleine Duvenhage, healthcare director at Livewell Suites, a new upmarket facility in the revamped Ou Pastorie building in Lourens Street, Somerset West, that provides care for people with Alzheimer’s and dementia. Other local organisations represented at the conference included the Helderberg Society for the Aged, as well as Huis Esperanza and Huis Pam Brink in Strand. Many facilities, including Livewell Suites and the Helderberg Society for the Aged, manned stalls at the event to put their services on show. For more information on Livewell Suites (www.livewellsa.co.za), call its offices on 021 851 6886 or Jimmy Hanekom on

Ju-Ann Brink (left) and Barbara Segalla (both from the Helderberg Society for the Aged) took charge of a stall at the Dementia SA conference in Cape Town. 082 343 0097. For more information about Dementia SA, visit its website at www.dementiasa.org.

Strand-blommeklub sluit af DIE Strand-blommeklub het op Dinsdag 1 November hul afsluitingsvergadering gehou. Die twee demonstrateurs vir die oggend was Brenda Eksteen en Amelia Louw. Die tema vir hul rangskikkings was “Kersfees”. Lede van die klub het weer eens deelgeneem aan die maandelikse kompetisie. Die tema vir die laaste kompetisie was “goud”. Cobus Conradie en George Burger het die beste gevaar in die kompetisie en het albei 85% behaal. Conradie het ook die beker gekry vir die hoogste punte gedurende die jaar. Die Strand-blommeklub ver-

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gader weer volgende jaar en wens almal ’n geseënde Kersfees toe.

Amelia Louw.

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Library closes THE staff of Somerset West Library are set to take stock from 28 to 30 November. As such, the library will be closed to the public for three days.

Miss Links Competition: Gordon’s Bay is celebrating the start of summer with fun events in November. One of them is the National Sea Rescue Institute’s (NSRI) Miss Links Competition, a fundraising event for the NSRI. They are hoping to top last year’s R40 000 target. All funds raised will be used to help save lives at sea. An auction of donated prizes will be held at this event, which takes place on Friday 25 November at the GB Yacht Club. This is an opportunity for a lovely girl to support the NSRI as their ambassador at events and will open doors to the world of modelling. There are two categories: bikini and evening dress. The winner will receive generous prizes. Entry fee is R100; contestants should be single and between the ages of 16 and 22. SMS Yolande on 079 877 7139. Last year’s winner and runner-up were Christina Panebianco (left) and Nicolene Lamberst.


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Steps to a healthy lifestyle IT’S easier than you think, taking your first step toward a healthy and balanced lifestyle. All you need is a clear, concise plan and a little sense of adventure. If you, like many, have found myriad ways to not get healthy and fit, why not investigate the idea of getting back to basics? You will be amazed to see what dramatic results you can achieve from some simple lifestyle changes you can make right now. Before I continue, here are some key points to keep in mind: ) Start with small, manageable steps that steadily steer you toward your health goal. Too much too soon will overwhelm you, and a lack of measurable accomplishments could cause you to quit. ) Commit. What is more important than investing in your health? Quality takes time. Let this become your mantra. ) Mindset is crucial. You need to incorporate something that affects your mental wellbeing positively. The fun factor is paramount here because it is your catalyst.

After years of study, research, training clients and personal experience, here are my top three pointers on creating your foundation for super health, fitness and longevity. 1. Move your body. We are fast (d)evolving into a sedentary, chronically diseased society. The best thing you can do for yourself right now is to start moving. By setting your body in motion, you wake up your nervous system and your muscles, organs and bones get stronger and healthier. The effects of stagnation and stress break down, the release of “feel good” chemicals in the brain re-energises you and you feel and look better every day! Walking, gardening, swimming, team sports or even dancing will begin to create a cascade of healthy biological changes within you. This is not something you can read about. Moving is all about the experience. It’s about pushing and pulling your body through gravity and having fun in the moment. It’s about doing whatever you can do, not later, but right now! 2. Feed your body. Start mov-

ing first. Get comfortable in your new zone and then start looking at food. Think about it. The quality of the food and water you ingest will determine how well your body grows, maintains and protects itself from disease, and especially how you age. Junk in equals junk out. No amount of supplements will replace a healthy diet. With summer on the way, it’s easier avoiding heavily processed foods. By removing refined grains, sugar and hydrogenated oils, say goodbye to weight gain, lethargy, joint pain, digestive ailments and lifestyle disease. Start your day with a smoothie or raw juice. Switch your processed cereal to raw oat-based muesli. Eat a variety of salads with green leaves and vegetables. Get creative. The web is overloaded with tasty nutritious recipes that feed your body with what it really wants. Water is essential from the get go. Many experts believe that 75% plus of our global population are chronically dehydrated. The benefits of upping your water intake

to between two and three litres per day will be profound. Your water should be properly filtered. For some extra flavour and hydration, add a squeeze of fresh lemon juice, a pinch of rock or sea salt, or a sprig of mint. Add a teaspoon of raw honey or molasses before your work-out. 3. Restore your body. In finding your balance, the third element is restoration. We do not get enough sleep and quality rest. Find the restorative approach that works for you. Get a massage, meditate, spend time in the garden, with your pets, explore nature or, for a change, do nothing. Allocating time to relax and revitalise provides the base for growth and recovery from the stressors we face on a daily basis. In short, this is the plan: Move, feed and restore your body.

Observe the positive changes that occur on your path to health. Old aches and pains disappear, mental clarity and focus increase, which leads to more informed and beneficial decision making, banishment of colds and flu, feeling good and seeing the positive side of life; your body becomes a reflection of what is going on inside, and you look good! Achieving balance and health seems like a goal worth setting, don’t you think? ) Contact Karl van Lith on 0 072 024 1032 or 2 karl@bodyweighttrainer.co.za.

Karl van Lith (third from left) – a body weight trainer from Somerset West, as well as the SA Kung-Fu Federation’s head instructor and an Circular Strength Training instructor – with fellow trainers (from the left) Vik Hothi (from the UK), Scott Sonnon (USA) and Alberto Gallazzi (Italy) during a visit to the UK, where trainers from all over the world joined to get certified in Circular Strength Training.

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Ma met ’n ruim huis en hart JASON FELIX TOE een van Yvette Niewenwoudt se jarelange werknemers verlede jaar dood is, het sy geen twyfel gehad oor wat haar te doen staan nie. Sy móés wyle Londi Mahabela se kinders aanneem, want vir haar was hul ma meer as net ’n winkelassistent. Sy was ’n bondgenoot wat oor ’n tydperk van 18 jaar by drie van haar sakeondernemings gewerk het. “My man, Bertus, sê altyd die huis is vol, dan sê ek vir hom: ‘My huis is soos ’n taxi. Daar is altyd plek vir meer,” skerts Yvette (45) van Somerset-Wes. Haar uitgebreide gesin bestaan nou benewens hul eie kinders, Kio (5) en Amy (11), ook uit Londi se Okuhle (21) en Bonke (6). Yvette, die eienaar van ’n skoonheidsalon, beskryf Londi as lojaal. “Daar was ander salonne wat haar by my wou steel, en noudat sy dood is, sê hulle: ‘Weet jy, Londi was darem ’n lojale mens.’ Vroue het mos maar altyd in die salon stories oorgedra, maar Londi het haar nie daaraan gesteur nie. Ek kan steeds nie van haar in die verlede tyd praat nie.” “Toe ek Londi ontmoet het, het sy in ’n plakkershut in Guguletu gewoon. Sy kon nie Engels praat nie, maar deur alles het ons baie goeie tye gehad,” vertel Yvette. Londi is verlede jaar ná ’n skielike siekbed oorlede. Volgens Yvette het Londi in die laaste 18 jaar verskeie loopbaandraaie saam met haar gemaak. Londi was haar regterhand toe Yvette ’n blommewinkel bestuur het en terselfdertyd haar eie restaurant bedryf het. Londi was ook haar staatmaker toe Yvette skoonheidsterapiedienste in een deel van haar blommewinkel moes aanbied om nog inkomste te genereer. “Ons het in Villiersdorp ’n man ge-

ken wat sy plaas met 3 000 hoenders wou verkoop. Hy wou die hoenders verdrink. Ons besluit toe om die hoenders aan te neem en dit later te verkoop. Londi het die helfte gevat... dis sulke sweet dinge wat sy gedoen het om ’n mens se hart sag te maak.” Yvette onthou Londi se grootste droom was dat haar kinders ’n goeie opvoeding moes kry. Vandag is Bonke ’n tweedejaarstudent in ingenieurswese. Hy woon in sy oorlede ma se huis in Guguletu. “Hy is net soos sy ma – baie privaat en gefokus. Hy is heelwat rustiger as Okuhle en het baie goeie smaak. Hy is omtrént gelukkig op universiteit en het in sy laaste eksamen ’n onderskeiding gekry,” vertel sy trots. Sy erken wel dat dinge nie altyd maklik loop nie, en dat hulle soms sukkel om kop bo water te hou. “Die lewe is duur en Bonke besef dit. Dis duur om hom op universiteit te hou en om te sorg vir die huis waarin hy bly. Daar is baie uitgawes en dit is regtig moeilik. Dit plaas druk op Bonke en ek weet dat hy dit ook moeilik vind.” Yvette bly egter hoopvol wanneer sy na Okuhle kyk.

“Ek sê altyd vir hom daar lê groot dinge voor vir hom in die toekoms. Hy gaan in die parlement beland en omdat hy ons kultuur en sy eie kultuur ken, wie is dan nou beter om ons land te verenig?” Yvette sê sy was sy juis daar die dag toe Londi aan Okuhle geboorte geskenk het. “Dit het gereën en Londi het skielik krampe begin kry. Ek het haar dokter toe geneem en daar besef die baba kom! Ons het oppad hospitaal toe in die verkeer vasgesit. Daar was twee polisie-vangwaens in die pad en ek het hulle van my dilemma vertel. Hulle het die verkeer gestop en met sirenes die pad vir ons oopgemaak. Hulle het ons selfs tot binne in die hospitaal gehelp.” Bertus, Kio en Amy is ewe mal oor Okulhe en Bonke. “My kinders is dolverlief op hulle. ’n Mens sou dink dat my jongste seun dalk op Okuhle jaloers kon wees, maar dit is glad nie die geval nie. Kio kan nie ophou praat oor hoe cool Okuhle is nie. My familie sien Okulhe en Bonke as hul eie.” ) Mense wat Yvette met geldelike en ander hulp kan bystaan vir die onderrig van die kinders kan haar by 074 181 9633 skakel. “’n Uitgebreide gesin vra nogal baie. “As almal net kan probeer om na mekaar te kyk, dink jy nie die wêreld sal ’n beter plek wees nie?”

Van links (agter) is Yvette, Bertus, (voor) Okuhle, Kio en Amy. Bonke was nie by toe die foto geneem is nie.

Small change, big results WITH a donation of just five cents to the Tower of Hope, you’ll be aiding the important work of Rape Crisis and the centre for the Prevention and Treatment of Child Sexual Abuse (Patch) in the Helderberg. The Tower of Hope, set up every year in support of the 16 Days of activism against women and children abuse, will be built at the Rola Motors showroom in

the Gants Centre for the duration of the campaign. It will run from 25 November to 10 December. Coins can be dropped off at the showroom, the Patch and Rape Crisis offices, and the Vergelegen Spa. If you’d like to find out more about the tower project, or have five cents to donate, phone Dave Baxter on 082 921 1398.

Cupcake party HILLSONG Somerset West will hold a cupcake party for 100 needy children at the Lord Charles Hotel on Saturday 12 November. The fun gets started at 09:30 and the whole family is invited. For further enqiuries contact Magriet Smit on 0 082 331 5075 or Nicolene Adams on 0 079 563 3893.


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Metal giants from two cities THE Helderberg-based band Mind Assault is Cape Town’s longest running heavy metal band this side of the millennium. They’ve recently surpassed the seven year milestone and are going from strength to strength each year with new accomplishments – many of which are viewed as pioneering moves for the genre in this region. In 2011 they released a six-track EP, which led to great international reviews, completed two national tours, and headlined at a number of festivals including the metal stages at Ramfest (WC) and Thornfest (GAU), and are scheduled to headline at Rock The River (WC) over New Year’s eve. Ironically, it is very seldom that

Mind Assault appear on stage in their own stronghold of Somerset West. “We like to keep local shows few and far between,” Donovan Toes, the band’s bassist, told DistrictMail, “so that when we come out to play people are hungry for it.” When the band heard that Johannesburg’s own long-time metal heroes, AGRO, were planning a national tour, they were eager to get involved. “AGRO have been playing heavy metal in South Africa since 1993,” Donovan continued. “Most members of Mind Assault were only 12 or 13 years old back then. We’d like to give everybody at home the opportunity to experience AGRO for themselves.”

The two bands have crossed paths at many gigs and festivals across the country over the years, each one representing the best from their respective regions. Mind Assault have joined forces with AGRO for the local leg of their national tour, and with help from The Nameless Pub, AGRO will be seen for the first time in the Helderberg. The show takes place on Friday 11 November and will also feature Cape Town rock act, The Summer Underground. Live music begins at 20:30 at a meagre R30 entry fee. Live music will run on tight schedules to finish at 23:30 in consideration of neighbours, but other entertainment will continue until closing.

The Lyzyrd Kyngs live PIET BOTHA will be in action with The Lyzyrd Kyngs at various venues around the Western Cape over the next two weeks. First up, you can catch the band live at Bertie’s Moorings in Gordon’s Bay this Friday; the show starts at 21:00, and entrance is free. The musos will also be at Perigators in Pringle Bay on Sunday. During the last 15 months, Piet Botha started performing with the band more regularly, and so The Lyzyrd Kyngs came into be-

Mady gets in on the mix:

The Lyzyrd Kyngs will tour the Western Cape in coming weeks. ing. Their repertoire has grown into a huge set over the last year, and new songs are expected for this tour. A number of original favourites by Akkedis Band and Piet Botha are on the lineup, along with a mix of classic covers of well-known tracks by artists like Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John-

ny Cash, JJ Cale and Warren Zevon. You can also experience The Boulevard Blues Band at Bertie’s Moorings on Sunday – the show starts at 17:00, and entrance is free. The Boulevard Blues Band band has been working on an album that is due for release early next year.

Get ready for the sounds of summer PACK your picnic baskets, round up the family and head down to the Helderberg Nature Reserve in Somerset West – the Summer Sunset Concerts are set to kick off later this month. With music ranging from jazz, pop, rock, oompah and big band, there’ll be something for just about every mood and age. Presented by the Friends of the Helderberg Nature Reserve and their new sponsor, Fleur du Cap, these festive outdoor concerts will get going on Sunday 27 November with The Blues Broers, who return to the stage after a hiatus of seven years. Snappily attired in their

The Helderberg-based heavy metal band Mind Assault, together with Johannesburg heavy metal band AGRO, will be among the bands playing at Nameless Pub in Somerset West on Friday night.

trademark black suits and dark glasses, the Broers are currently recording a new album, Out of the Blue, which is due for release this month. The concerts take place on the following Sundays at 17:30: • 27 November: The Blues Broers. • 11 December: The Delft Big Band. • 8 January 2012: Wurstzipfel (Oompah) Band. • 22 January 2012: Shiraz. • 5 February 2012: Virtual Jazz Reality. • 19 February 2012: The SA Navy Staff Band. • 11 March 2012: Banned in Evolution.

All proceeds generated by the concerts will go towards environmental projects in the reserve. Tickets for the Summer Sunset Concerts cost R40 per adult and R10 for scholars; the price includes entrance to the reserve. Children under the age of five enter for free. Tickets are available at the Helderberg Nature Reserve information centre, or at the gate on concert days. To find out more about discounted season tickets, contact the information centre on 0 021 851 4060 or www.helderbergnaturerevisit serve.co.za.

Madelein Abrahams – better known as Mady – the runner-up in last year’s SA’s got Talent competition, will release her debut album, It’s All About You, during The Mix Masala Show on Saturday 19 November. Backed by a live band, Mady will treat the crowd to tracks from her new album, and a number of other artists, like Zayn Adams, Caledon Street, Imam Haron and Nothing But the Truth, will also take the stage. The family show takes place at the Bellville Civic Centre. R80; bookings: 0 021 374 1934 / 078 626 7882.

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Stellenbosch is set to become the Town of public sculpture with the advent of the 20 Stellenbosch sculpture collection. This collection of South African sculptures of the last two decades, placed across town and in some suburbs, is aimed at stimulating debate and creating greater awareness of art in one’s daily life. Here is landscape artist, Strijdom van der Merwe’s “Accidental Tourist” in front of Coetzenburg Properties at the corner of Church and Andringa Streets. On the right (above) is a work by Dylan Lewis, renowned for his animal sculptures, which can be seen at Van Ryn’s Distillery and Brandy Cellar at Vlottenburg, and (below) the washing line in the alley off De Wet Square by Jacques Coetzer.

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ardening is like painting. This summer, paint up a kitchen garden filled with colourful vegetables. The colours and architectural shapes to be found in a glorious summer kitchen garden are vast and varied. Many herbs and vegetables have colourful flowers and foliage that mix well together and when combined with flowers. This is your summer guide to a vision of vegetables. ) Plain or frilly leafed lettuce, in

shades of green and red, will fill gaps in borders and an edging with parsley resembles lime green lace. ) Cabbages can also be used as temporary fillers; those with redpurple leaves show up well with red flowers and grey foliage; bluegreen cabbages introduce a contrast in form and texture with white roses, lavender, frilly white dianthus and silver-grey sage. ) For the brave at heart, combine lime-green nicotiana with lettuce; orange and yellow peppers

with yellow, apricot, pink and red stems of Swiss chard Bright Lights; or Ruby chard with red peppers, ruby-red lettuce and dark-leafed basil. ) Orange cosmos compliments blue-flowered borage, yellow sunflowers mix well with fennel, as do marigolds with lime-green lettuce. ) Another bright grouping would include yellow and orange day lilies with the ferny foliage of tansy and lime-green lettuce. – www.lifeisagarden.co.za

Colourful vegetables

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170 Main Road, Somerset West, 7130 Tel. 021 85 22942 Fax. 021 85 12515 Cell. 083 675 3012 email. mdprop@global.co.za

Spacious Home, Light & Bright, Small Estate - Top Area R4,950m

www. moniquedamseauxproperties.co.za

Mountain Views in La Concorde - R3,650m

3 dble bedrooms, large study or 4th bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, guest cloakroom, formal lounge with double doors to private pool area, dining room, TV room , kitchen, oven & hob, double garage, auto & access.

Monique - 083 675 3012 Web ref. MD 137

10 NOV. 2011

Flat in Caledon Street only 6 flats in block R550,000

1 bedroom flat, bathroom, lounge/ dining room, kitchen with oven & hob, single automated garage. Yves—082 929 1829 Web ref. YD 189

Sole Mandate

Family home close to Beaumont Primary School - R1,6m

3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, m.e.s., lounge, dining room, TV room, study/4th bedroom, open plan kitchen with oven & hob, laundry, braai patio to private pool area, double garage, covered carport.

Monique - 083 675 3012 Web ref. MD 127

Sole Mandate

4 double bedrooms all en-suite, formal lounge, separate dining room, large family room, modern kitchen with built-in appliances, separate laundry, double garage, auto & access, cellar/storeroom, large heated pool, air conditioning/ central heating, north facing terrace, alarm system, private manicured garden with full irrigation, under ground water storage tank. HOUSE SIZE: ± 440m² PLOT SIZE: ± 1500m²

Monique - 083 675 3012 Web ref. MD 162

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98 Beach Road, Metropole Plaza Building, Strand Tel: 021 853 0346 | www.engelvoelkers.com

Strand R399 000 Sole Mandate

Sole mandate

Residential 711m² erf located in popular area. Build your dream home!

Lock-Up and Go. 3 bedroomed house with 2 bathrooms. Open plan living and dining room flowing into the kitchen.

Moyaneen Walters 082 842 6049

Strand R620 000

Automated single garage. Moyaneen Walters 082 842 6049

Somerset West R799 000 (price reduced) Joint mandate This 904m² stand is situated in a cul de sac. Building a house on this flat stand will also have beautiful sea - and mountain views. Close to a shopping centre and all main roads. Close to the N2, twenty minutes from the Cape Town Airport and forty minutes from Cape Town. Incl transfer fees.

Lee-Anne Lake 074 885 7564

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Somerset West R995 000 (Price reduced) Sole mandate

Strand North R1 495 000 (Price reduced)

R2 950 000 (Price Reduced) Strand- Beach front Exclusive mandate

Unique facebrick house in quiet street close to Lochnerhof Primary school. Spacious entertainer's dream. Indoor and outdoor braai areas. Spacious bedrooms with built-in cupboards. Large loft. Solid wood kitchen cupboards. Sunken lounge with built-in braai. Sparkling pool!

4 Bedroom, 3 bathroom ( 2 en-suite ) incredibly spacious luxurious apartment in up market secure complex with exquisite mountain and sea views. Double garage on ground level. This apartment is situated in an extraordinary beautiful location 15 meters from the shores of False Bay.

Hanneli Fraetas 082 349 7536

Hanneli Fraetas 082 349 7536

Lee-Anne Lake 074 885 7564

Gordon’s Bay - Mountainside R 3 000 000

R3 960 000 Beautiful 10 hectare farm with 2 boreholes (4800 liters per hour) New 5 bedroom house and heated swimming pool. Garage parking 4 vehicles plus house for labourers. Freeze room. Dam for irrigation. Planted with variety of fruit trees and grapes under irrigation. Near sea at Paternoster. Hopefield- 43ha R 1 989 000 Sakkie Kotze 082 446 5739

R10 900 000 Somerset West Exclusive mandate

Large Spanish style duplex in sought after complex close to Mediclinic, Pick'nPay and Checkers Somerset West. 3 Spacious bedrooms carpeted throughout. Redone bathroom and kitchen. Remote garage doors for safety. Large living room opening up into magnificent gardens. Fishpond with fountains creating a relaxed atmosphere.

Beautiful 3 bedroomed house, spacious with stunning sea view. 3 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms with walk-in cupboards. Two patios with outside braai. Big modern kitchen with spacious lounge and dining room. Sakkie Kotze 082 446 5739

Beautiful spacious house in security village with mountain and sea views. 4 bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms, modern kitchen, lounge, scullery, study and TV room. Big plot with swimming pool and garden. Under floor heating, air conditioning. Price includes 2 motor vehicles.

Luis Lopes 072 739 1634

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The winner of the competition, Mrs Alana Peters (left) is here with Lee Siebert and Adri McFarlane of RE/MAX Helderberg.

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DURING the month of October RE/MAX Helderberg invited keen gardeners to enter their spring gardens in the Garden Competition sponsored by Builder’s Warehouse and RE/MAX Helderberg. RE/MAX is a green company with environmental awareness as one of their key values. By encouraging gardeners to beautify their properties, RE/MAX Helderberg hopes to raise awareness of the environment. Some glorious gardens were entered in the competition. The 19 entries received made the task of picking the winners extremely tough for the judges, well-known gardening guru, Arthur Allen and his wife, Pam Allen.

The winner of the competition, Mrs. Alana Peters of 4 Morgenson in Sleigh Crescent was invited to enter her spectacular garden. Mrs. Peters’s green fingers won her beautiful garden pots and a water feature sponsored by Builder’s Warehouse as well as a Starke Ayres hamper. The runners-up of the competition for their beautiful gardens were Mrs. Meisie Steyn of 1 Waveren Avenue and Mrs. Rosemarie Algie of 115 Oakbridge Village. Both ladies received gardening gift hampers from RE/MAX Helderberg. The lovely park-like gardens at Helderberg Hospice received special mention by the judges of the competition.


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Speed networking

Networking breakfast WOULD you like to have the opportunity to tell your peers about your business and at the same time enjoy a delicious breakfast? By joining the Cape Chamber of Commerce on Tuesday 15 November you will get the chance to make some valuable connections. The breakfast will be held at the Atlantic Imbizo Conference Venue, Clocktower at the V&A Waterfront. Attendance is by reservation only, so make sure you RSVP in advance to avoid disappoint-

ment. There are no refunds for those no-shows or cancellations made within 48 hours of this event. For more information or to make a booking contact Abigail Titus by telephone 0 021 402 4342 or e-mail 2 abigail@capechamber.co.za. Please make sure to fax your proof of payment to 021 402 4304. This is one of the last opportunities you will get this year to do some valuable networking seeing that the festive season is around the corner.

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WHY is speed networking so effective? Within two hours you will have a series of mini-meetings, create new contacts and establish potential new business opportunities. On Wednesday 23 November the Cape Chamber of Commerce will be presenting a speed networking session at the Cape Chamber House, Foreshore. Contact Abigail Titus: 0 021 402 4342.

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Nerine bulbs for a burst of colour cause when summer arrives you will be treated to a floral firework show like no other! The name for the genus Nerine is connected to the ancient word Nereis found in Greek mythology, which refers to marine nymphs and the daughters of the sea god Nereus. There are around 30 species of Nerine that derive from southern Africa, however, the one that is most commonly available to us is Nerine bowdenii. This lovely species blooms with up to 12 large, brilliant pink flowers and

R2 300 000

can be as tall as 70 cm. Although most species are pink there are others that have white or red flowers. If you wish to grow Nerine in your garden you can plant the bulbs from mid-September into October. They will grow best in a spot that is lightly shaded but will also grow in full sun; likewise, they will tolerate poor soil but will flourish in soil that is light, wellloosened and composted. You should plant the bulbs with their necks just above the

R680 000 2 Bedroom ground floor flat

IDEAL FOR RETIREMENT

SOMERSET WEST

Office number: 021 851 1193 aidasomwest@iafrica.com www.aidasomersetwest.co.za Shop 20, Rola Centre, Caledon Str, Somerset West EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD

Unit in Helderberg Village with lounge, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage, laundry and community pool To view contact: Philip 082 264 9842

R850 000 In Cul-de-Sac, 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, garage & carport.

soil and 10-15 cm apart. When planted in pots, Nerine bulbs can be positioned even closer together. Some Nerine bulbs will not flower every year, so to avoid gaps in your arrangement plant a big group together. When it comes to looking after Nerine remember to keep them continuously moist at root level during their growing and flowering season. Lastly, Nerines can be watered when they are dormant, but only if their soil drains well.

Excellent buy Somerset Lofts at only R790 000. 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom and open plan living area

R780 000 In complex. 2 Bedrs, 1 bath & garage

Value for money Stormhaven Retirement Village. Ground floor unit with 2 bedrooms @ R940 000

Chris 082 954 3383 Deon 083 539 8136

Chris 082 954 3383 Deon 083 539 8136

Kry jou sleutel tot die perfekte eiendom.

Nerine

R2 050 000 With seaviews, 3 bedrs, 2 bathrs, d/garage, pool & flatlet Johlene 082 324 5890

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hen Nerine flowers, she puts on a show that is simply spectacular! Each of her long, leafless stems is topped with an explosion of closely clustered flowers with slender, recurved petals that often have frilly and flamboyant edges. The narrow, strap-shaped leaves that emerge from the base of the plant look like green flares trailing after Nerine’s explosion of colourful petals. It is wonderful to plant a close collection of Nerine bulbs be-

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SOTHEBY'S INTERNATIONAL REALTY A STELLENBOSCH 61 ROKEWOOD, Die Boord. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. 1 Vanaf 11:00 tot 15:00 Buitekring 5, Dalsig at Contact: Christine Bowles 082 417 2506 / tte Crous - 083 226 9226 da Dalsig. Botmazicht. Onder-Papegaaiberg. n a RuimSTELLENBOSCH gesinshuis. Uitstekende kampus Nuwe Vrystelling. Netjies, m IENDOMME Graham Bowles 084 308 3540 n Potensiaal om met min belegging! 2 Slaapkamer e stewig gebou en goed lle us 14:00 – moeite 17:00teMonte Diemet Laan omskep Vino, in jou eie 2 badkamer woonstel A onderhou. Swembad. 57 SAFFRAAN, Die Boord. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. 1-3 droomwoning. Irma 083 651 0390 Noordfront met onderdak parkering. Buitekamer met eie met pragtuin. Stapafstand Op groenroete. Beskikbaar Contact: Christine Bowles 082 417 2506 / ingang. van skole. vir 2012. PAM GOLDING Esterna - 082 729 1161 Renette - 083 226 9226 Renette - 083 226 9226 Graham Bowles 084 308 3540 pegaaiberg, Stellenbosch11am – 2pm, 27 August STELLENBOSCH: R1 025 000 STELLENBOSCH: R1 795 000 GEWILDE ZIMBABWE: R1 335 000 Collins - Tel 083 625 5423 PROPERTY PRO t aa egaaiberg, Stellenbosch 11am – 2pm, 27 August d Nuutgevonden an 625 5423 Collins - Teln083 m FRIDAY – 1 – 3PM – Wesley – 082 040 4744 e le REALTY STELLENBOSCH: ATIONAL Al SATURDAY – 1 – 3PM – Roline – 083 459 5934 yskloof. Sunday 28 August, 14h00 - 17h00. SUNDAY – 2 – 5PM – Margie – 082 967 0745 Monique Holzen 072 390 9227 T 11 - 3 Mostertsdrift. Sunday 28 August, 15h00 - 18h00. CHAS EVERITT De Waal Ruim 2 Slaapkamer Marelise VisagieJamestown. 072 776 2645 KAMBRO 2, WELGEVONDEN SKOU SON 2-5 Large flat close to campus eenheid met noordfront Netjiese 3 slpk14h00 huis, - 17h00. ord. Sunday 28 August, and shopping centres. tuintjie en 1 oopLIZBE PEYPER 082 707 7294 3 Bedrooms, 1 ½ bath082 417 2506slegs / Graham Bowles 084 308 3540 2 jaar oud. rooms, with separate parkeerplek. PEEKA 59 DIE BOORD, SKOU SAT 11-4 kitchen. Esterna - 082 729 1161 Tanya 084 256 7927 Tanya 084 256 7927 ANSIE WELMAN 082 420 3993 Everything We Touch Turns To Sold.

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Flat of the week:

Propertypro.co.za presents a De Waal unit as the flat of the week. This apartment is situated next to the new Eikestad Mall and direct access is being created from De Waal to the Mall parking and shopping areas. The flat is 107 m² and has been converted into a 3-bedroom unit. It had a mini make-over and is very neat. Tenants have been secured for 2012, making this an ideal buy-to-let property. Priced to sell at R1 795 000 this apartment is definitely worth a viewing. Call Wesley (082 4040 744) or Margie (082 967 0745) or the office (021 886 5212).

PAM GOLDING MARIE DERCKSEN 082 574 0052

Cyrus Gebou 53 47 Holly Oak. Saterdag 12vm -4nm Merrimanlaan % 021 887 8760 · Faks: 021 887 1138 Dirk Carstens 072 446 0990 devtrust@telkomsa.net www.devtrust.co.za

AIDA STELLENBOSCH

CARIN 082 254 6144

EXCLUSIVE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Draailaan 4, DalsigDORP STREET

Saterdag 11:00 tot 15:00 Renette - 083 226 9226

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Mari 082 457 2319

CHAS EVERITT

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Friday - 12:00 – 14:00 – Wesley 082 0404 744 Saturday - 14:00 – 16:00 – Margie 082 967 0745 Sunday - 14:00 – 16:00 – Margie 082 967 0745

EVERITT

OP KAMPUS R1 705 000 MONSWYK – SAT 2-5 Bosmans Crossing. 12:30 – 14:30 GISELA BURGER 082 336 7299 MEYR 082 883 1293 Roline 083 459 5934 PEEKA 59, SAT 12-3, DIE BOORD BOORD – SAT 2-5 IRMA KNIPE EIENDOMME Exclusive Mandate ANSIE WELMAN 082 420 3993 MAN 082 420 3993 6, O/PAPEGAAIBERG Stellenbosch La Colline STELLENBOSCH R1 290,000 Wellington Prices range from R12,081, 8182-5Val De Vie Polo & Lifestyle Estate R3 850,000 Blackheath Barewood Park R600,000 KAMBRO SON – KARIN STADLER 082 456 2568 T 11-3 No better living!! This home, passionately describes the creativity in a Bachstraat 2 La Pastorale, Plot and plan in Wellington Warehouse in Industrial area with a mezzanine deck and PLEASE renovate me IRMA KNIPE EIENDOMME STELLENBOSCH Merweda: Spacious 1 bedroom apartment - 65m² - ground level with parking AN HUYSSTEEN Priced to go... better move fast. Beautiful security estate in master-built design. This 400sqm home offering upmarket finishes, bay3- secure. Nodouble transfer duty. home Price R1 050 000 - SOLE MANDATE office upstairs. Two bedroom annex on premises with a Paradyskloof Stellenbosch Ideal bedroom story to be Dalsighof, Saterdag 12 Nov 11 – 2. LOUISE 083 549 5521 spacious open plan living areas with travertine and stainless steel. 745 6556 Wellington with great views and potential. Sondag 6 Nov 14:00 – 17:00 Priced to sell, you won’t find this secure lifestyle living at a better price. private side entrance. Great monthly rental income. renovated N ONTWIKKELING PROPERTY PRO ID# WWS2446 ID# WWS2368 ID# WWS2392 ID# WWS2224 IRMA 083 651 0390 Excellent investment opportunity. EN SKOU SON 11-3. Nuutgevonden Andries M Breedt C: 082 885 3685 Francois van Dalen C: 083 760 5946 Tanya Canaris C: 082 938 3320 082 745 6556 Andries Breedt C: 082 885 3681 3 3 4 4 3 1 2 1 1 1 SHERIDAN ESTATES

ENBOSCH: 021 887 6717 od, Die Boord. SOTHEBY’S 4h00 - 17h00. STELLENBOSCH: 06/Graham 084 308 3540 20 Saffraan, Die Boord. SET WEST: d, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Contact: 4h00 - 17h00. Christine 417 2506 / Wag-’n-bietjie: 2 Bedroom apartments082 in a small block consisting of only wer 082 420 5270 4 units, each 58sqm. Lock-up garage plus parking bay. No transfer duty. Graham 084 308 3540. , Somerset West. Price R1 485 000 - SOLE MANDATE SOMERSET WEST: 4h00- 17h00. n 082 452 3962 1 Buitenzorg, Somerset West.

SOTHEBY’S

Ruim 2 slpk woonstel met privaat tuintjie. Beskikbaar vir okkupasie vir 2012.

SOMERSET WEST: 50 Via Appia, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Romey Doubell 083 777 1116 19 Green Oaks, Somerset West. Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Romey Doubell 083 777 1116

Kontak ons asb om u eiendom te bemark!

Sunday 14h00 - 17h00. Lanis Salmon 082 452 3962

Harcourts Winelands

Winkel Nr 10, Simonsrust Sentrum, Cluver Weg, Stellenbosch, 7600 T: 021-882 8588 C: 082-885 3681 F: 021-882 8588 E: winelands@harcourts.co.za

WINELANDS

Stellenbosch Klein Welgevonden R910 000 Val de Vie Perfect Student Accommodation 2 Bedroom flat inside gated complex 5min from campus. Excellent rental income potential. Can accommodate 4 students. ID# WWS2365 Francois van Dalen 083 760 5946

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Val de Vie Polo and Lifestyle Estate Rare opportunity to acquire a prime stand overlooking one of the dams on the estate and close to the main polo field. At Half the price!! Apart from magnificent mountain views you will get added pleasures like trout-fishing, horse-riding gym facilities,swimming pool and birdwatching!

1 Francois van Dalen 083 760 5946

R350 000 Stellenbosch Paradyskloof Villas R2 500 000 Stellenbosch Die Boord

Come build your dream home on this beautiful 439sqm plot. It is perfectly located, have a peaceful atmosphere with the most magnificent mountain and lagoon views. No noise, no traffic, and safe in this beautiful 24 hour ID# WWS2384 secured Estate. ID# WWS2465 Andries Breedt 082 885 3681

Rest, Relax, Retire . . . This immaculate villa offers 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom (1 ensuite, 1 with heating), open plan living/dining area with a fireplace, separate kitchen and a sun room leading out to a beautiful private garden. 24 Hour Frail-Care. It offers total piece of mind that medical help is just on ID# WWS2494 your doorstep .

Francois van Dalen 083 760 5946

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Beautiful old lady needs renovation the house is in perfect condition. With a ladies touch, this house can become your dream home. Perfect for families.

1 Andries Breedt 082 885 3681

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Stellenbosch

STELLENBOSCH

OFFICE 021 887 1017 RENTALS anne.fouche@pamgolding.co.za EMAIL stellenbosch@pamgolding.co.za

35 Years

STELLENBOSCH

R2.95 MILLION

STELLENBOSCH

R1.2 MILLION

VERY GOOD VALUE FOR MONEY. Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 4 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1064641

STUDENT APARTMENT IN POPULAR AREA. Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 2 Parking: 2 Web Access: ST1053941

Anne Fouché 076 752 5159, Office 021 887 1017

Odette Collins 083 625 5423, Office 021 887 1017

STELLENBOSCH

R3.6 MILLION

STELLENBOSCH R2.995 MILLION

STELLENBOSCH

R1.64 MILLION

STELLENBOSCH

R1.45 MILLION

IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 3 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1040969

WALKING DISTANCE TO SCHOOLS. Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2 Web Access: ST1063965

STUDENT’S DREAM ON CAMPUS. Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1062560

GREAT INVESTMENT. Bedrooms: 4 Bathrooms: 2 Parking: 2 Web Access: ST1062679

Lizette Botha 084 440 1057, Office 021 887 1017

Di van Graan 082 569 2429, Office 021 887 1017

Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017

Lizette Botha 084 440 1057, Office 021 887 1017

STELLENBOSCH

R1.25 MILLION

STELLENBOSCH

R790 000

STELLENBOSCH

R788 000

STELLENBOSCH

R765 000

BEST BUY ON CAMPUS – NO TRANSFER DUTY.

CYCLE TO CLASS.

MODERN BACHELOR PAD WITH PARKING.

WALKING DISTANCE TO CAMPUS.

Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1065589

Bedrooms: 2 Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1056987

Bachelor: Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1063826

Bachelor: Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1060348

Phoebé van Reenen 082 331 8827, Office 021 887 1017

Vanessa Johnson 082 588 7007, Office 021 887 1017

Vanessa Johnson 082 588 7007, Office 021 887 1017

Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017

STELLENBOSCH

R695 000

STELLENBOSCH

R455 000

ON MERRIMAN STREET. Bachelor: Bathrooms: 1 Parking: 1 Web Access: ST1050208

PRICED TO SELL. Bedrooms: 1 Bathrooms: 1 Garages: 0 Web Access: ST1052874

Vanessa Johnson 082 588 7007, Office 021 887 1017

Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017

Contact ooba today. Call us on 0860 00 66 22

STELLENBOSCH APARTMENTS The Lodges – DW

Bachelor

34 m2

R456 000

Lindenhof Bergzicht

Bachelor Bachelor

49 m2 30-32 m2

R650 000 From R855 000

Maeslant Andringahof

1-Bedroom 1-Bedroom

62 m2 64 m2

R1.093 million R1.39 million

La Dauphine Camelot Mullerhof Stellenbosch 101 Amatoni Hagerhof Schoongezicht Rattray Molenzicht

1-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom 2-Bedroom

42 m2 63-68 m2 52 m2 62 m2 84 m2 73 m2 68 m2 67 m2 125 m2

R1.54 million R720 000 R790 000 R1.15 million R1.15 million R1.2 million R1.35 million R2.36 million R2.995 million

Deanne Kriel 083 531 7827, Office 021 887 1017

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36 BOLAND SOLD

2011

SECTIONAL TITLE INSURANCE FORUM Tel: 021-886 5212

Margie 082-967-0745

Info@propertypro.co.za

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ANY Body Corporate complexes consist of certain measures, possible an increased claims exboth residential units, offices and other cess, but more possibly, an increase premium rate. DIE BOORD – R2 695 000 FLATS FOR SALE small retail outlets. These measures would, unfairly so, impact on the BACHELOR This in itself poses no problem for insurers. rest of the owners in the complex. De Watergracht, 26m² R650 000 The problem arises where a retail outlet engages What happens if these procedures are not folAkkerhof, 35m² R695 000 in some form of trade which lowed? Sel000 083 651 0390 Vier Eike, 36m² + 18m² R795 increases the insurance All insurance policies contain Kantoor 4108 34 on Merriman, 25m² R950 000 021 886 risk. two clauses. Faks 086 620 3478 E I E N DLa O Dauphine, MME 32m² R1 100 000 The question now arises They are known as the (i) “MisJoint PROPERTIES irma@mweb.co.za Mandate Dennehof , 32m² R1 150 000 as to what the position of the representation, Misdescription ST ELLENBOSCH 3 bedroom family home in good area. w w w. i r m a k n i p e p r o p einsurers r t i e s . c o . z ais and how they and Non-disclosure Clause” and Lounge and family room with outside room (With garage) suitable for guests. Pool and double garage. Molenvliet, 32m² R1 300 000 should deal with a claim the (ii) “Suspension of cover DALSIG – R5 700 000 arising from such an inClause”. 1 BEDROOM creased risk. By using the example above Vier Eike, 48m² R780 000 An example: A complex and where the insurers are not consists of residential units, informed of the change in risk – 2 BEDROOMS consulting rooms, a chemespecially where the activities of Taylor Terrace, 47m² R550 000 ist, a clothing outlet and a the risk does not comply with Nooitgedacht, 59m² R830 000 furniture outlet. statutory requirements – the inBosmans Crossing, 60m² R1 100 000 These are all types of risk surers definitely have the right Lockington House, 49m² R1 050 000 Beautiful home, stunning finishes. which is acceptable in terms to repudiate any claims arising Excellent position. 4 bedrooms, Die Werf, 76m² R1 250 000 3 bathrooms and splash pool. of the basic Sectional Title from such a unit. (With Garage & Storeroom) policy and the premium rate Note that in terms of the NUUTGEVONDEN from R1 190 000 Roodezand, 104m² R1 250 000 would normally, not be affect“Breach of conditions Clause”, (With garage) Talk Property with ed. the repudiation will only apply De Watergracht, 51m² R1 270 000 At some stage the furniture Rian Pienaar to the unit in question, not to the Merriman Square, 39m² R1 275 000 outlet decides to also manuother units as well. Boschenpark, 56m² R1 282 000 facture furniture. However, it is important to note that all other own2 Bothmazicht, 65m R1 795 000 This now becomes a woodworking risk which is ers affected by such a claim will have to contribute Sybrandt Mankadan,102m² R2 120 000 Gedeelde classed by insurers as a high risk. to the claims excess as stated by Prescribe ManageMandaat In terms of Section 44 (g) of the Sectional Title ment Rule 29 (4) of the Act. Uitstekende belegging! Geen oordrags- 3 BEDROOMS koste. Moderne afwerkings en goeie Act and as repeated in terms of the Prescribed ManMy recommendation is that, where units are used De Waal, 107m² R1 795 000 sekuriteit. Voltooiing Augustus 2012. agement Rule 68, the owner is obliged to obtain the for any purpose other than residential units, the www.propertypro.co.za written consent of ALL owners that his section may trustees and / or managing agents avail themselves be used for “…another purpose.” of the exact nature of the activities carried on in Should this procedure be followed, it is the duty such units and to discuss this with the insurance STELLENBOSCH R 4 300 000 of the OP SKO U trustees Son 2to -5inform the insurers, via the manag- brokers and / or insurers. ing agents or the insurers directly, of the change Rian Pienaar can be contacted at 082 925 8339 in the risk. or during office hours at 021 851 1020 or e-mail: The insurer will then note the risk and impose rian@octofinsa.co.za Pleinstraat 27

Kantoor 021 886 4108 Faks 086 620 3478 DALSIG

R4 245 000

Slpk 5 Bad 3 Web 2671482 Ruim eiendom met baie potensiaal op groot erf in Welgelegen. Lieflike uitsig op berge. Naby topskole. Baie ekstras. Dawid 082 323 8110

STELLENBOSCH

R1 650 000

Roline 083-459-5934

EIENDOMME PROPERTIES STELLENBOSCH irma@mweb.co.za www.irmaknipeproperties.co.za

ROZENDAL

R2 395 000

PARADYSKLOOF

R2 750 000

Slpk 3 Bad 2 Web 2597037

Slpk 3 Bad 2 Web 2903670

Beste prys tans in hierdie area. 'n Gesellige woning met 'n kothuis gevoel. Naby Jonkershoek. Ideaal vir die eerste koper of jong gesin. Charles 082 658 9797

Alleenmandaat. Nuwe vrystelling in Paradyskloof. Prag eiendom in rustige omgewing. Skakel vandag nog vir besigtiging. Irma 083 651 0390

STELLENBOSCH R1 595 000

STELLENBOSCH

R785 000

OP SKOU SAT 11-2 Bed 2 Bath 1 Web 2910211

Slpk 3 Bad 2 Web 2741951

Slpk 2 Bad 1 Web 2698858

Alleenmandaat. Hierdie woonstel Sole Mandate. Exciting new listing voel soos 'n huis. Balkon, motorhuis, on Green Route opposite US braai. Vakante okkupasie 2012. classes. Modern with lock up garage. Seldsame vonds. Vacant for 2012. Excellent buy! Louise 083 549 5521 Louise 083 549 5521

Alleenmandaat. Twee blokke weg van kampus. Onderdak parkering. Braaigeriewe. Vakante okkupasie 2012. 'n Goeie koop. Louise 083 549 5521

STELLENBOSCH

STELLENBOSCH

R945 000

WOONSTELLE TE KOOP

R1 275 000

Met vakante okkupasie 2012 De Werf Eenmans 34 On Merriman Eenmans Banghoek Eenmans Eikehoff Eenmans La Rive 1 slpk Prinspark 2 slpk Moltenopark 2 slpk Zambezi 2 slpk De Oewer 2 slpk 10 On Langenhoven 2 slpk Slpk 2 Bad 1 Web 2693210 Barlinka 2 slpk Parkview 2 slpk Alleenmandaat. Klein Welgevonden. Marnette 2 slpk Moderne eenheid met balkon. 2 slpk Rustig en privaat. 24h Sekuriteitswag. Botmazicht Die Rand 3 slpk Vakante okkupasie 2012.

Irma 083 651 0390

R 525 000 R 960 000 R 995 000 R1 150 000 R 650 000 R 660 000 R 855 000 R 995 000 R1 350 000 R1 375 000 R1 550 000 R1 595 000 R1 695 000 R1 795 000 R1 275 000

Irma 083 651 0390

Bed 2 Bath 1 Web 2742796 New listing. The perfect location on US Green Route opposite hostels and lector rooms. An excellent buy at this price! Vacant for 2012 Irma 083 651 0390


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BOLAND SOLD 37

2011

R 1 920 000

DE WIJNLANDEN

JOINT MANDATE

R 1 450 000

STELLENBOSCH

JOINT MANDATE

EXCELLENT VALUE!!

IDEAL STARTER HOME

Beds 3 Badths 2 Garages 2

WEB 230065

Spot a great deal in the market today! Ideal family home in a secure estate. North facing and private. OFFERS WELCOME!

Beds 3 Bath 1 Parking 2

WEB 250173

Cute 3 bedroom house with heated pool and manicured garden. [O] 021 886 7905 HETTIE DENYSSCHEN 083 263 0559

[O] 021 843 3438 CLAUDINE WHEELER 072 610 1416 or GERHARD VAN DEVENTER 076 590 7758 Bathrooms 2 Garage 2

DE WIJNLANDEN

R 1 890 000

Bathrooms 2 Garage 2

STELLENBOSCH

R 8 500 000

STELLENBOSCH

R 5 900 000

R 4 950 000

NEW RELEASE

DEELMANDAAT AANBOD WELKOM!

LAND IN SECURE ESTATE

Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 Motorhuis 2

MAKE AN OFFER

FOR ENTERTAINING AND LUXURY LIVING

Beds 4 Baths 3 Garages 2

Beds 4 Baths 3 Garages 2

WEB 241391 Ernstige verkopers in baie gewilde landgoed. Gemaklike enkelvlak woning geleë op die groen belm met Tafelberg in agtergrond.

WEB 251942 Two 7000m² prime stands in a secure estate. Walk to town! A fantastic opportunity!

WEB 236897 Serious seller offers this lovely open plan home with top finishes and pool. Situated on exclusive Golf Estate.

[K] 021 843 3438 CLAUDINE WHEELER 072 610 1416 of GERHARD VAN DEVENTER 076 590 7758

[O] 021 886 7905 SOPHIA MALAN 082 824 6798

[O] 021 886 7905 KEVIN LAYDEN 082 300 9446

STELLENBOSCH

STELLENBOSCH

R 1 195 000

R 985 000

STELLENBOSCH

R 775 000

STELLENBOSCH

WEB 131079 Gourmet kitchen. State of the art appliances. Quality finishes. Spacious bedrooms. Wine cellar. Huge patio with built-in braai leading to pool. [O] 021 886 7905 LEONIE NELL 082 773 0655

STELLENBOSCH

R 1 950 000

DEELMANDAAT

ALLEENMANDAAT

SOLE MANDATE

PROPVOL POTENSIAAL EN KARAKTER

OKKUPEERBAAR OP KAMPUS

MODERN STUDENT APARTMENT

KLEINGELUK

Kamers 2 Badkamer 1 Motorhuis 1

Kamers 1 Badkamer 1 Motorhuis 1

WEB 239737 Ruim, moderne eenmanswoonstel op kampus geleë beskikbaar vir 2012 okkupasie. 32m² Met kelder parkering.

Bed 1 Bath 1 Parking 1

WEB 246602 Neat open-plan unit with modern finishes, private balcony in secure student block.

Kamers 3 Badkamer 1 Motorhuis 1

[K] 021 886 7905 DROEKS MALAN 082 685 9189

[K] 021 886 7905 JP VAN WYK 082 872 8262

[O] 021 886 7905 JACQUES BECKER 083 989 1249

[K] 021 886 7905 LEONIE NELL 082 773 0655

WEB 250078 Beginnerswoning in gevestigde area met 2 leefareas, ekstra motorafdak en gevestigde tuin.

STELLENBOSCH

R 695 000

STELLENBOSCH

NEW RELEASE

R 1 795 000

STELLENBOSCH

R 675 000

WEB 248358 Noordfront dorpshuis in gesogte area met privaat tuin en braai area. Toesluit motorhuis.

STELLENBOSCH

SOLE MANDATE

NUWE VRYSTELLING

APARTMENT AVAILABLE 2012

STAP KLAS TOE

INVESTMENT - AVAILABLE 2012

ENTERTAINERS DELIGHT

Beds 2 Bath 1 Parking 1

Kamers 2 Badkamers 2 Parkering 1

Beds 2 Bath 1 Parking 1

Beds 3 Baths 2 Garages 2

[K] 021 886 7905 SARAMIEN DEKKER 082 784 4003

[O] 021 886 7905 JACQUES BECKER 083 989 1249 or MARISE BECKER 076 911 2882

WEB 251892 Cosy, low maintenance unit with trellidoors and small patio. Good potential rental income vs price. [O] 021 886 7905 JACQUES BECKER 083 989 1249 or MARISE BECKER 076 911 2882

WEB 252047 Gerieflike woonstel op US Groenroete. Oopplan leefarea loop uit op privaat tuin. Sekuriteits parkering.

R3 300 000

WEB 241084 Neat, renovated apartment with enclosed patio, modern kitchen. Good potential rental income vs price.

WEB 249542 Superior finishes and modern design create a wonderful home for the discerning buyer. Excellent flow to patio. and pool area. This property offers great value for money! [O] 021 886 7905 HETTIE DENYSSCHEN 083 263 0559

10566

10566

Jaco Spies Verhurings - Stellenbosch 082 864 5015

J.P van Wyk Stellenbosch Verhurings 082 872 8262

Ilse Wium Verhurings - Welgevonden 082 928 8139


STELLENBOSCH | November 10 -

38 BOLAND SOLD

2011

TOWNHOUSE OF THE WEEK

33 Table Mountain Close, Devon Golf and Wine Estate is the Townhouse of the Week.

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Luukse woonstelle in die historiese kern van Stellenbosch. Pragtig gemeubileerd en uitstekende sekuriteit!

2 Slaapkamer, 2 badkamer woonstel, reg in die hart van Stellenbosch. Straatfront met klein balkon. Meubels en toebehore ingesluit.

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A plot in Upper Brandwacht seldom comes into the market. So here’s your chance to build a single story home with greenbelt as a neighbour and views, views, views! Call for a viewing of this 746 m² plot and start planning your home now.

Kothuis op plaas – Devonvale 2 slpk gemeubileerd @ R12,000 p/m Tuinwoonstel – Bachelor @ R5,600 p/m Bachelors De Watergracht @ R4,000 p/m Sybrand Mankadan @ R4,200 p/m Simonsplein @ R4,800 p/m Twee slaapkamers Nyasahof (Aftreeoord) @ R6,650 p/m Boschenpark @ R7,400 p/m Nooitgedacht vanaf R5,880 p/m Lockington House vanaf R6,000 p/m Bosmans Crossing @ R6,500 p/m Zimbabwe (semi-gemeubileerd) @ R6,500 p/m La Belle Vie (gemeubileerd) @ R6,800 p/m Eikehoff (gemeubileerd) @ R9,200 p/m Huise Die Boord (gemeubileerd) – 3 Slpk, 3 badk. @ R32,000 p/m Le Hermitage – 5 Slpk, 4½ badk @ R30,000 p/m Die Boord – 3 Slpk, 2 badk @ R16,200 p/m

www.coetzenburgrealestate.co.za JOHN SILVA 073 162 3817 (NAWEEKDIENS)


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PAARL/WELLINGTON | November 10 -

BOLAND SOLD 39

2011

Wellington: R2,200,000 Neg.

BUITELANDSE KOPERS R1,995,000 R1,250,000

Suid­Afrika weer op radar mie, word toenemend as ’n uitstekende bestemming beskou. “Dit word onderstreep deur die feit dat minstens 30% van navrae wat ons deur ons bemarkingswebtuistes ontvang,

‘...hoofsaaklik eiendom om te verhuur of vakansie­ huise...’ nou van buitelanders afkomstig is. “Die meeste navrae kom uit die Verenigde Koninkryk, Amerika, China en Duitsland, maar ons bemerk ook belangstelling onder beleggers uit talle ander Europese en Oosterse lande, sowel as uit Rusland en die Midde-Ooste.”

Hy wys daarop dat buitelandse beleggers gewoonlik nie beoog om voltyds in SA te woon nie. “Tans stel hulle hoofsaaklik belang in eiendom om te verhuur of vakansiehuise wat nou teen gunstige pryse beskikbaar is en in die medium termyn teen ’n wins verkoop kan word. “En indien SA dié stygende belangstelling reg benader, hou dit groot potensiaal in om die behuisingsmark landwyd ’n hupstoot te gee – en terselfdertyd die ekonomie te steun – deurdat oortollige voorraad, wat pryse afdruk, opgeneem sal word.” Everitt sê die Amerikaanse mark is ’n sprekende voorbeeld van die moontlike positiewe uitwerking wat buitelandse belegging vir die plaaslike mark inhou.

“Volgens die Amerikaanse nasionale vereniging van eiendomsagente (NAR) het buiMonte belegging Rio Street 16: Northern Paarl: 3 Bedroom telandse in Amerihome with 2 bathrooms, living/dining room and braai roomeiendom with garage and great security. R1,099,000 kaanse die afgelope Main Road 426A: Northern Paarl: Semi-detached 3 jaar met tot $82 granite miljard bedroom24% home with 1 bathroom, tops in kitchen and 1 bedroom flat let with rental income. toegeneem verteenwoordig R1,060,000en Negotiable nou 8% van alle huisverkope. “Die positiewe uitwerking van internasionale transaksies is inderdaad so opmerklik dat twee senatore nou nuwe wetgewing onderskryf wat, indien dit goedgekeur word, gaan meebring dat buitelanders wat meer as $500 000 aan wooneiendom bestee, outomaties sal kwalifiseer vir ’n gesogte Amerikaanse visum. “Suid-Afrika hoef nie noodwendig tot so ’n stap oor te gaan nie, maar ons behoort beslis nie neus op te trek vir buitelandse belegging nie en ook nie te probeer om dit enigsins te ontmoedig nie.”

021 872 1140 084 510 1574 082 728 9729

PAARL R1 099 000

R1 060 000 (negotiable)

Northern Paarl: 3 Bedroom home with 2 bathrooms, living/dining room and braai room, with garage and great security.

Northern Paarl: Semi-detached 3 bedroom home with 1 bathroom, granite tops in kitchen and 1 bedroom flatlet with rental income.

Fine&Country_ Kry jou sleutel tot die perfekte Eien eiendom. 5x2 | fc 10 November 2011 DistrictMail HELDERBERG

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IE dramatiese daling in die waarde van die rand teenoor geldeenhede soos die Amerikaanse dollar, die Britse pond en die euro die afgelope paar maande het buitelandse belangstelling in plaaslike eiendom weer laat opvlam – en dit kan die plaaslike behuisingsmark ’n beduidende hupstoot gee. “Die waarde van die rand het sedert Mei skerp gedaal en het die aandag van buitelandse beleggers getrek, veral gesien in die lig van die ekonomiese probleme in Europa,” sê Berry Everitt, besturende direkteur van die Chas Everitt International-eiendomsgroep. “Mense van regoor die wêreld soek na veilige beleggingsbestemmings en SuidAfrika, met ’n stabiele bankstelsel en groeiende ekono-

Strand | Gordon’s Bay | Somerset West | Stellenbosch | Grabouw | Elgin

021 870 4600

021 887 2840

021 841 4282

Jou grootste en beste eiendomsgids in die Boland

CHAS EVERITT INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY GROUP

SUNA

PAARL

ELFRIEDE

www.Everitt-Paarl.co.za

SENTRAAL R2 675 000 MOOI EN MODERN MET PRAGUITSIG 4 Slpks, 3 badks, Jacuzzi, min tuin. ELFRIEDE 082 778 8011/021 872 9608

GROENLEEGTE R1 790 000 HEERLIKE 4-SLPK ONTHALERSHUIS Perfekte toestand. ELFRIEDE 082 778 8011/021 872 9608

WELLINGTON R890 000 ohb 2 HUISE OP EEN ERF. 5-Slpk huis voor en 3-slpk huis agter. Goeie belegging! SUNA 082 576 3745 / 021 872 5236

GROENVLEI R1 990 000 NUUT OORGEDOEN. 4-Slpk woning in uitmuntende toestand. Trek net in. SUNA 082 576 3745 / 021 872 5236

ChasEveritt_ 4x8 EIEN 10 November 2011

BOSCHENMEER

R1 530 000

OP SKOU

ALLEENMANDAAT

ALLEENMANDAAT BELEGGER SE DROOM Kamers 3 Badkamers 2.5 M/huise 1

R3 700 000

BOSCHENMEER

GEMAKLIKE LEEFSTYL WEB 243232

Kamers 3 Badkamers 3.5 M/huise 2

WEB 186325

Lieflike, netjiese, goed versorgte meenthuis met pragtige uitsigte.

Kwaliteit afwerking oopplan leefareas met wynkelder en ekstra woonvertrek. Geskik vir onthaal met rustige leefstyl.

[K] 021 863 2109

[K] 021 863 2109 LYNETTE DANNHAUSER 071 109 2669 SKOU: 13 Nov van 16h - 18h. Skakel vanaf hek 1.

THYS DANNHAUSER 082 646 0932 LYNETTE DANNHAUSER 071 109 2669

WELLINGTON

R 995 000

R 790 000

WELLINGTON

R2 999 000

PAARL

R1 995 000

PAARL

DEELMANDAAT DIE WêRELD AAN JOU VOETE ...

FAMILIEWONING IN GEWILDE BUURT

WAARDE VIR GELD

Kamers 5 Badkamers 3 M/huise 2

Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 M/huise 1

Kamers 3 Badkamers 2 Parkering 2

WEB 248011 Hierdie panoramiese uitsig is een van die redes hoekom dit jou volgende tuiste kan wees. 3 Volledige gastesuites. Uitstekende ligging! [K] 021 872 2223

WEB 247168

Ruim familiehuis met 3 leefareas. Pragtige kombuis. Vloere netjies geteël.

[K] 021 872 2223 TRUDIE

[K] 021 86402948

VOSSIE 082 444 7003 RACHELLE 084 400 4525

WELLINGTON

R1 495 000

083 234 8385

R1 995 000

WELLINGTON

LINDA 083 379 3769

WELLINGTON WELLINGTON

ALLEENMANDAAT

JOINT MANDATE

RENOVATERS DREAM

PEACEFUL LIFESTYLE

FRENCH AFFAIR ...

WAT ‘N BELEGGING

Beds 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 1

Beds 3 Bathrooms 1 Garages 1

Beds 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 1

Beds 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2

Kamers 1 Badkamers 1 Parkering 1

WEB 245679 Perfect low maintenance starter home. Walking distance from Huguenote Primary/Secondary.

WEB 251937 Situated in good area with plenty of potential. Hurry on this one.

WEB 245498 Neat and private open plan home with quality finishes throughout. Close to schools.

[O] 021 872 2223

[O] 021 864 2948 TERTIUS 082 877 7534

[O] 021 864 2948 CARMEN 082 490 0994

TERTIUS 082 877 7534

PAARL - Marne de Klerk 083 632 9968 WELLINGTON - Andre Toerien 082 788 7746 BOSCHENMEER - Thys Dannhauser 082 646 0932

TTE2

Garage 2

WEB 250729

Hierdie woning is netjies. Daar is ‘n ruim agterplaas om buitelig en onthaal te geniet.

POPULAR LES HUGUENOT

SOLE MANDATE

R1 100 000

WELLINGTON

WEB 244921 Double story family home with stunning finishes, in upmarket estate close to schools. Developed loft. [O] 021 864 2948 MARISA 079 877 4177

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R 480 R1 995 000 000

WEB 228160 Netjiese woonstel naby kampus met ‘n huurinkomste van R 3000 per maand. [K] 021 864 2948

LINDA 083 379 3769

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Sparkling pool q Miranda

NUUT

PAARL/WELLINGTON | November 10 -

40 BOLAND SOLD Tel/Fax: 021 872 2221

NUUT

Gerda

Hanlie 082 928 0881 Riana 084 585 3650

PAARL

NUUT

PEARL VALLEYmet die perfekte COSTERTON 64-Slaapkamerhuis by die Ruim 4-slaapkamerwoning

ligging en uitsig!

skole. Groot erf 1133 m².

R2 180 000

R1 695 000

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Miranda

082 820 6204

Hoofstraat 406, Paarl | 021 872 2871

Ruim huis met swembad + aparte woonstel.

083 414 7212

info@foucheeprop.co.za www.foucheeprop.co.za R2 050 000 q ALLEEN

WELLINGTON

R3 300 000

2011

R1 100 000 q ALLEEN

R1 420 000 q ALLEEN

R495 000 q ALLEEN

NUUT

NUUT

NUUT

SKOU SAT 10-12 EKSKLUSIEF WELLINGTON

Outentiek q 4 Slpk Goeie waarde q Miranda

NUUT

R1 650 000

NUUT SKOU Son 3-5

R1 320 000 NUUT

NUUT

R1 230 000

SKOU Son 3-5

R1 450 000

3 Slpk q 2 Bdk Privaat tuin q Gerda

R1 290 000 q SOLE

R1 990 000 q DEEL

Gerieflike aftrede 2 Slpk q 2 Bdk q Gerda

Veilig op grondvlak 2 Slpk q Gerda

R1 950 000 q DEEL

R1 380 000 q ALLEEN

NUUT

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Pieter Wium

Gesellig met karakter in NUUT Vrykyk.

SEKURITEIT CRYSTAL STREET 3-Slpk dupleks- dorpshuis in gewilde kompleks.

Moll 106 RUIM ERF

BEKOSTIGBAAR! 3 slpk met swembad.

3-Slpk, 2-badk huis + 2-slaapkamerwoonstel.

3 Bed q Family home with granny flat q Gerda

GROENLEEGTE

NUUT

Netjiese familiehuis Trek net in q Miranda

Alles in 1 q Swembad Houtvloere q Gerda

Gesellige woning q 3 Slpk Woonstel q Miranda

PAARL 021 872 2871

Besoek www.hanliesproperties.co.za vir meer inligting en foto’s. PRYSVERLAGING

NUUT SUIDER-PAARL

PAARL: 021 871 1020 Frieda Zuidmeer 073 228 9854

NUUT

Die eiendomsmense PRYSVERLAGING

www.bolandlandmark.com property@bolandlandmark.com Agricultural Division / Plase - Lukas & Johan

Lukas Dreyer

082 373 6785

Heather Apollis 074 100 8056 Zahn van Zyl

082 374 2953

R2 600 000 • SENTRAAL GELEË

HUIS VAN DIE WEEK

Karaktervolle woning sentraal geleë in uitsoekarea.

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PAARL: 021 871 1020 Frieda Zuidmeer 073 228 9854 www.bolandlandmark.com property@bolandlandmark.com Agricultural Division / Plase - Lukas & Johan

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Heather Apollis 074 100 8056 Zahn van Zyl

R950 000

082 374 2953

R1 200 000

Gesellige 4-slpk. woning met praguitsigte. Noordfront slaapkamers. Groot onthaalvertrekke. Goeie koop. Kontak Zahn.

R3 225 000 • VIEWS!

Ouwêreldse sjarme met kwaliteit houtafwerkings. Groot oopplan leefvertrekke. Moderne kombuis. Moet besigtig word!

Sentraal teen die berg. Pragtig gerestoureer. 3 Slaapkamers, 2 badkamers elk. Beste koop nog ooit!

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Kerkstraat 12, Wellington • Tel: 021-873-6363 Faks: 021-864-2020 • E-pos: info@mbcestates.co.za

PAARL-SENTRAAL: R895 000 NUUT IN MARK !!!!! Alleenmandaat

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R885 000

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Gesinswoning met potensiaal om uit te brei. Privaat braai-area en tuin is omhein.

R1 220 000 Alleenmandaat

RANZADALE GESINSWONING

PAARL-SENTRAAL - Woonstel: 2 slpk - R535 000 - Dorpshuis: 2 slpk - R895 000 ALLEENMANDAAT

3 Slpk, 2 badk, 2 leefareas, enkelm/huis met afdak, swembad.

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ALWAYS POPULAR: SPRUITRIVIER Alleenmandaat ESTATE 3 Bedr, 2 bathr, open plan living area, fenced.

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SENTRAAL 2 Slpk, l/area, badk, sek kompleks R 599 000 3 Slpk, badk, leefarea, komb: 2 x Bach woonstel, s/bad plus onthaal cabin R1 750 000 Studentehuis: 9 slaapkamers, 3 badk R1 300 000 RIVERSIDE 1 Slpk, badk, komb/leefarea oopplan, vanaf R 535 000 UITSIG 3 Slpk, 2 badk, 3 l/areas, 3 m/huise, s/bad R2 650 000 RANZADALE 4 Slpk, 2 badk, 3 l/areas, dm/huis, s/bad R1 495 000 4 Slpk, 3 badk, studk, 3 l/areas, s/bad R1 795 000 CHAMPAGNE 4 Slpk, 2 l/areas, 2 badk, studk, afdakke R 750 000 BERG-EN-DAL 2 Slpk, 2 l/areas, 2 badk, e/m/huis, sekuriteit R 940 000 3 Slpk, 3 l/areas, komb, 2 badk, d/m/huis, s/bad R1 290 000 PIANO FACTORY 1 Slpk, l/area, badk, komb oopplan, sek R 590 000 FYNBOS (Newtown) 2- en 3-slpk eenhede plot en plan vanaf R 419 000 WAVEREN 2-Slpk eenhede nuut gebou. Sekuriteitskompleks. Vanaf R649 000 BTW ingesluit ONVERWACHT Huise vanaf R890 000 en verskeie erwe beskikbaar NOORD 3 Slpk, 3 l/areas, komb, m/huis, s/bad R 970 000

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PAARL

R440 000

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R1.395 MILLION

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R5.3 MILLION

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R1.55 MILLION

ON SHOW

MODERNE EENMANWOONSTEL IN SENTRAAL-PAARL. Slaapkamers: 1 Badkamers: 1 Parkering: 1 WEB ACCESS: TK1044729 Alleenagent: Ingrid 082 928 9807

WELLINGTON

R1.33 MILLION

LOW MAINTENANCE FAMILY HOME. Bedrooms: 5 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2 WEB ACCESS: TK1042702 Agents: Lynette 082 553 3045 & Ilona 082 853 5983

WELLINGTON

R1.19 MILJOEN

COUNTRY LIVING AT ITS FINEST. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2 WEB ACCESS: TK396 181 Sole Agents: Lynette 082 553 3045 & Ilona 082 853 5983

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R1.55 MILLION

ON SHOW

REDUCED TO SELL. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2 WEB ACCESS: WEL1026426 ON SHOW SUNDAY 4 - 5:30 PM Erika 082 412 6964 & Leree 083 658 4414

STARTING UP OR SCALING DOWN. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 1 WEB ACCESS: TK1017250 ON SHOW SUNDAY 4 - 5:30 PM Sole Agents: Igna 082 884 8492 & Hayley 082 926 8587

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PERFEK LANGS PLAASDAM. Slaapkamers: 4 Badkamers: 3 Parkering: 2

HIGH TEA UNDER THE TREES. Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 Garages: 2

WEB ACCESS: WEL1027040 Lynette: 082 672 1022

WEB ACCESS: WEL1061226 Erika 082 412 6964 & Leree 083 658 4414

PYNLIK NETJIES - TREK NET IN. Slaapkamers: 4 Badkamers: 2 Motorhuise: 1 WEB ACCESS: WEL1062263 WORD VERTOON SONDAG 4 - 5:30 NM Lynette 082 672 1022


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STELLENBOSCH ONDER-PAPEGAAIBERG R2 125 000

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eeff proudly presents the House of the Week, which is located on a corner stand in the Kleinvallei area of OnderPapegaaiberg. Onder-Papegaaiberg is known for its peaceful, family oriented ambience, natural beauty and park areas, as well as offering excellent value for money, when compared to the rest of Stellenbosch. Recent developments such as the facilities at Bosman’s Crossing, which include a winery and Deli as well as the popular Saturday Slow Food Market, theatre and art gallery at Oude Libertas have stimulated renewed interest in the area. This low maintenance face-brick home offers excellent value for money, easy flowing entertainment areas and practical layout of accommodation.

Sliding doors open up onto an undercover patio, with an outdoor braai area and Jacuzzi. There is also an established, well maintained garden with fitted irrigation. The 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms are located in equal numbers on opposite wings of the house, which will allow you some privacy from the children or guests. All the rooms are spacious with built-in cupboards. Both bathrooms are modern with useful extras, such as heated towel rails. There is also a double garage with a remote controlled door, as well as a flatlet with separate entrance and secure parking for extra income potential. This home will be suitable for the active family who loves to socialize and entertain.

Upon entering the property, you find yourself in the living area with a cozy fireplace as well as a corner bar featuring an indoor braai.

The property is marketed at the competitive price of R2 125 000.

The kitchen is open plan, with an eye-level oven and serving island. There is also a storage area and scullery to the back of the kitchen.

Should you wish to view this property, please contact the sole agent, Droeks Malan, on 082 685 9189.

PAARL SENTRAAL - R1 990 000 Ouwêreldse Sjarme Hierdie pragtige woning is geleë in ’n rustige, akkerboomryke omgewing. Die omliggende eiendomme spreek almal van ’n goedversorgde buurt waar karaktervolle eiendomme uit die verlede vir die nageslag bewaar word. Hierdie eiendom bied 4 slaapkamers en 2 badkamers. Daar is ’n kaggel in die siteetkamer. Die kombuis is toegerus met heelwat ingeboude houtkaste. Daar is mooi houtvloere, hoë plafonne en die indrukwekkende houtraamvensters word afgerond met houtluike. Die onderdakstoep bied kuierplek vir die warm somersdae en bied ook beskutting in die winter. Daar is ’n enkelmotorhuis met ’n vertrek bo-op wat gebruik kan word as ’n studio.

Chas Everitt SUNA 082 576 3745 / 021 872 5236

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VIEWS 8–9

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ANNIVERSARIES

Mylpaal: Pieter en Vanessa Oosthuizen van Gordonsbaai herdenk 11 November 2011, ’n spesiale datum, hul huwelik. Hulle het 11 jaar gelede in Jacobsdal getrou.

Milestone anniversary: Morné and Elniche Dreyer will celebrate their 11th wedding anniversary on a significant date – 11 November 2011.

Tying the knot: Julian Hansby from Som-

Knoop deurgehak: René Delport van

erset West and Tracey-Lee Rhoda from the Strand exchanged vows in the New Apostolic Church in the Strand.

Raithby het op 24 September met Stuart Gonzalves van Stellenbosch in die huwelik getree.

Sir Lowry’s Pass recently celebrated her 60th birthday with family and friends.

DANCING Moving on up: Outline Dance Studio has proudly announced that its dancers achieved a 100% pass rate in their recent modern dance exams, as well as studio average of 75%. The pupils seen here were awarded with honours and honours with distinction. Back row, (from left): Siann Bester, Franki Bredenkamp, Dali-Bo Furnel, Amber Viljoen, Cassandra Mc Ffei and Francesca van Outshoorn. Middle: Gabriella Ludick, Brigitta Day, Chiara Trenti, Kim Harding, Nicolette Fernandes and Lindi Joubert. Front: Samantha May, Tatum Ludick and Amber Rodenhurst. Yerusha Halgryn and Ava De Beer were absent when the photograph was taken.

MISS BOLAND COLLEGE

Strand students shine STUDENTS from the Strand campus of Boland College excelled in this year’s Mister and Miss Boland College. The judges – representing RSG, Media24, Die Burger and Boland College, along with celebrity patron Karin Kortje – had a difficult time singling out the top spots, but in the end Cheslin Jantjies from the Caledon campus and Hanelise Jeneke from the Worcester campus walked away with the title of this year’s pageant. The first runners up were Lizzy Kruger (Strand campus) and Brendin Mourratts (Strand campus), while the second runners up were Vuyokazi Stena (Strand campus) and Dean Samuels (Paarl campus). The lavish cocktail event was hosted at the Protea Restaurant on the college’s Paarl campus. Robert Daniels, Boland College spokesperson, said this year’s event was toned down so more money could be spent on what the competition is really about – the college’s corporate social responsibility project. Elaborating, Daniels said: “A container

Special day: Maria (Emma) Visagie from

crèche unit and educational equipment worth R100 000 will be donated to a worthy crèche in the Boland.”

Brendin Mourratts from the Strand campus was crowned the first prince. With him is Mary-Ann Trusky from the Paarl campus.

Vuyokazi Stena and Lizzy Kruger, from the Strand campus, were crowned first and second princesses respectively.

Coming of age: Candice Gordon of Macassar is radiant in the midst of her 21st birthday celebration.


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District Matrics

High society: Joslyn Sameuls and Lorenzo Adams introduced a little flair to a classic look for the matric farewell of Hottentots Holland High School.

Pretty in pink: Kyle Farmer and Kirsten Katts positively glowed at Strand High’s matric farewell.

Sunset at the ball: Christina Baumann and Evert Jansen van Vuuren, head boy and girl of Somerset West Private School for 2011, kept things elegantly simple for their matric ball.

Sjarmant in pienk: Mariska Verhoeven en Jozua Lamprecht by die matriekafskeid van Hoërskool Strand.

Lady in red: Karin Julies and Anrich Phillips made a stylish statement for the matric farewell of Parel Vallei High School.

Roospienk en wit: Chantell Uys en haar metgesel, Ashley Wildschut, se uitrustings het mekaar gekomplimenteer vir die matriekafskeid van Macassar Hoërskool.

Blue blaze: Natasha Verity and Courtney Jooste made a dazzling couple at Parel Vallei High School’s matric ball.

Red hot: Robbi Losacco and Matthew Blond en blou: Ruan van Rooyen en AnneSansom burned brightly at Somerset West Private School’s matric ball.

lene von Willigh, uitgevat in blou vir Hoërskool Strand se matriekafskeid.

Prentjie-mooi: Wilhelmina Faro en Shawn Ryk het ’n draai by die Strand gemaak op pad na Strand Sekondêr se matriekafskeid op 30 September.

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The boys: These lads of the Somerset West Private School enjoyed their matric farewell (back row, from left) Ryan Page, Christoph Levenhagen, Evert Jansen van Vuuren, Sean Kofahl, Jannes Roos, Joshua Roos, Warwick Addison, (front) Dominic Zimmerman, Sky Modricky, Jaco Mynhardt, Bradley van der Merwe and Matthew Sansom.


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Thursday, 10 November 2011 NEWS 1–13

Matrics from far away: HHH matriculants of 1976 from as far as Dubai, Gabon and Australia attended a reunion from 23 - 25 September, the same date as their original matric farewell. From the left are Will van der Walt (English teacher), Sue (Coney) Graham, Bernard Robinson, Lynda (Poulton) Gaenssler, Melanie (Burger) Downing, Lyn (Penfold) Hamman, Caron (Munro) Lindes, Sylvia (Molnar) Tison, Estelle Lötter, Michelle (Locmant) Sharwood and Colin Sharwood. Kneeling in front is Philippe Tison.

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HHH class of ’81 reunite: The HHH matrics of 1981 enjoyed their 30th reunion recently. At the back (from the left) are Hubertus von Petersdorff, George Evans, Jamie Mundell, Evert Cilliers, Hein Louw, Russell Morkel, Johan Geldenhuys, Ernest Belcher, Esmé (Malan) Cremer, Peter Scott and Etienne Stipp. In front are Paul Stonestreet, Helen (Carswell) Moore, Beryl (Davies) Ball, Steven Middleton, Gail (Herrington) Roux, Louis van der Spuy, Kim (McIlroy) Spence, Rui Jardim, Sandie (Anderson) Clur, Michele (Maritz) Brown, Mariëtte (Rossouw) Kruger and Johathan Cromhout.

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Dié vier leerlinge van Hoërskool Parel Vallei het aan die Universiteit van Pretoria se landswye wiskunde olimpiade deelgeneem en uitstekend gevaar. Van links is Paul le Roux (eerste in SA in gr. 11), JC Schoeman (tweede in gr. 11), Andrew Harrison-Migochi en Marc Doyle (deel tweede plek in die gr. 8-afdeling).

Hottentots-Holland High School, taking accounting as a subject, performed splendidly against 12 other schools in the recent South African Institute of Chartered Accountants Business Game Competition. They came second and walked away with R1 800. At the back (from the left) are Sonja Ndasidoh, Woorim Kim, Olwethu Senokwanyane, Phillip Mun, Kaylynn October and Amahle Potelwa. In front are Mbali Mahlangu, Litha Olivier, Edlin Coert and Mthunzi Matyeni.

Musikale note: Johan Kritzinger, ’n gr. 9- leerling van die Hoërskool Strand, het in die onlangse Unisa-musiekeksamen 90% vir sy gr. 6-klaviereksamen behaal en is op Unisa se ererol geplaas. Dit is die sesde agtereenvolgende keer wat hy dié prestasie behaal. Johan het tussen 90% en 93% vir al sy vorige Unisa-klaviereksamens behaal. Hy is ’n student van Wilna Joubert van Hoërskool Strand en het op laerskool by Minette du Plessis onderrig ontvang.

HHH hou prysuitdeling: By die jaarlikse akademiese prysuitdeling van die Hoërskool Hottentots-Holland het Mitch Messina, van M3 Quality School Improvement Consultancy, as gasspreker opgetree. Van links is Mitch Messina, Geoff van der Voort (skoolhoof) en Eddie Labuschagne (adjunkhoof).

NLA-hoof studeer in Nederland: Ná 21 jaar by die NLA (voorheen Millsstraat Kunsskool) het skoolhoof Annaliese Brink, en haar man, George Goussard, studieverlof vir hulself georganiseer. Annaliese het voorheen ook in Nederland gewoon en sal nou in ’n huis in ’n klein dorpie, Wijchen, naby Nijmegen woon wat hulle met die Hagens, wat vir twee maande in hul huis kom woon, ruil. Mense kan Annaliese kontak by 2 annaliese@nlaschool.com vir meer inligting oor die huisruil-webwerwe.

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That’s how you do the robot THE young robotics experts of Somerset West Primary have programmed their way to the top of the Western Province First Lego League (FLL) Robotics Challenge. Held this past Saturday at the University of the Western Cape, the competition required pupils to design, build and program their own robots to accomplish 20 different challenges on a Lego playing field. In addition to grabbing the Champions’ Award – the most prestigious in the tournament – Somerset West Primary’s Summie Robo Appies took overall second place, while

Gordon High School’s Ultimate Warrior Cybertrons came in just behind after a gruelling mechanical match with 19 teams. The Summie Robo Appies have been invited to participate in the South African FLL Robotics Challenge in Johannesburg on 3 December. If they win they will move on the 2012 World Robotics Festival in the USA. However, the flight costs and accommodation for the 10 members, coach and mentor come to about R35 000. If you would like to assist the team, phone their coach Tony Williams on 083 235 2154.

Summer sports workshop A SPORTS workshop will be held at Somerset West Private School from 09:00 to 12:00 on 12 to 16 December. Children between the ages of five and 14 years are invited to attend the workshops, which will include soccer, cricket, touch

rugby, table tennis, swimming, beach volley ball and chess. Participation costs is R500, or R450 if booking is done before 26 November. Bernd Steinhage: 0 082 444 4110 or 0berndsteinhag@hotmail.com.

Learning from a pro: The Young Bafana Soccer Academy has wrapped up yet another informative holiday clinic. This time around, young soccer players got to meet Warren Engelbrecht, a member of the Banyana Banyana coaching staff who will be going to the London Olympics next year. Warren shared some of his international experiences with the children and they were given the chance to ask him questions. After the questionand-answer session he wasted no time and took the players for some light training. The next academy will be held in December; contact Bernd Steinhage for more information on 0 082 444 4110 or at 2 berndsteinhag@hotmail.com.

The Summie Robo Appies, in white coats, with their parents and professor Shaheed Hartley, Melissa Petersen and Tony Williams from the Science Learning Centre for Africa of the University of the Western Cape, which funded the team.

Altruism on air: The 7Up radio station of Somerset College Preparatory School recently collected 2 000 tins of food, as well as a wealth of dried food, through their Be a Fan, Collect a Can campaign. Local businesses supported the campaign, and Shoprite Checkers made a large donation towards the project. The goods were donated to the Stellenbosch Animal Welfare and Ons Speelnessie Crèche in Sir Lowry’s Pass. At the back (from the left) are Johan le Roux (Helderberg Radio DJ), Evelin Bresler (Stellenbosch AWS), Louise Koopman (principal of Ons Speelnessie), Lisa Rahman (7Up DJ), Charné George (7Up DJ), Martin Locke (7Up coach), Aidan Cunningham (7Up DJ), Samuel Kingwill (7Up DJ) and Mr Kok (Shoprite Checkers). In front are 7Up DJs Roisin Gowen, Matthew Macfarlane and Joshua Stockhall.

De Hoop dogters-tennis: Agter (van links) is Lerijke Louw, Lara Beukes, Clara Steyn en Marizanne Bothma.Voor is Luché van der Merwe, Lisa Joubert en Marguerite van Jaarsveld.

De Hoop seuns-tennis: Laerskool De Hoop se dogters- en seunstennisspanne het onlangs uitstekend in die Gerrie Berner-toernooi in Paarl gevaar. Die seuns het die silwer medalje verower, terwyl die trofee vir sportmangees aan die seuns en dogters gesamentlik toegeken is. Agter (van links) is Dewald Raath, Krynauw Strydom, Jurgen Badenhorst, Rigter Markgraaff. Voor is Peter Cordy, Rigardt Romatzki en Pierre Joubert.

Supporting cancer patients: The Dr GJ Joubert Primary School recently donated R1 500, collected by pupils and teachers, to the Helderberg Hospice. Sue Sherwood and Patricia McNaught Davis from Helderberg Hospice presented a talk on preventing cancer as well as the specialised services that Hospice provides. From the left are Muriel la Grange, Sue Sherwood and Patricia McNaught Davis. ADV 09143 paths.indd 1

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VIEWS 8–9

LIFESTYLE 14–47

A haven halfway to healing HELDERBERG Omgee, an organisation dedicated to helping men overcome alcohol and drug addiction, invites everybody to visit and hear what it has to offer. To further its mission, the organisation has started a halfway house for men who have finished a rehabilitation programme and need a place to stay. While Helderberg Omgee focuses on helping men for the time being, the organisation hopes – funds allowing – to expand its services to anyone who needs them.

If you’d like to find out more, join the group at their premises in Pinksterpark, next to the N2, on Wednesday 16 November at 17:00. Visitors will get to see what has been accomplished since January with the help of public contributions. Take along a guest and enjoy some light refreshments; any further donations would be greatly appreciated. For more information, or to RSVP (before or on 14 November), call 073 329 0578 or email info@helderbergomgee.co.za.

Praying for a sick child THE Ruach Counselling Centre will host Wessel Bentley, author of Praying Through a Child’s Illness, for an informative talk at 19:00 next Thursday, and everybody is welcome. Bentley – theologian and pastor to a large congregation in Pretoria, as well as a “loving, devoted and down-to-earth father and husband” – will share with the audience

the shock, doubt and helplessness he felt when he discovered that his child was seriously ill. Copies of his book will be available for sale at the event, which takes place at the Somerset West Methodist Church, 15 Coronation Avenue. For more information call 021 852 8176 or email ruachcounsellingcentre@gmail.com.

CHILDREN’S CHURCH AVAILABLE AT ALL SERVICES

The Bay Christian Family Church

Section 3, Gants Centre, Fabriek Street, Strand

FABRIEK STR.

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THE Eerste River congregation of the Jehovah’s Witnesses invites everybody to a public talk entitled Word met God se Gelukkige Volk Verenig on the corner of Forest Drive and Springbok Road on Sunday at 09:00. Entry is free. For further details, or to enquire about free home Bible study, call 021 905 7514.

Helderberg Omgee has opened a new halfway house.

HY kan skryf, hy kan sing en hy kan bedien. Sy naam is Willie Joubert en hy het die afgelope twee jaar Suid-Afrikaners se voete onder hulle uitgeslaan met sy CD en optredes oor die hele land. Benewens hierdie CD se goue status, is die getuienis van mense dat hulle steeds nie ophou om hierdie CD te luister nie, en dat veral die liedjies, God van wonders, ’n Moeder se gebede en Wie sal, steeds vir hulle baie beteken. Daar is groot opgewondenheid oor Willie se nuutste CD, Ek wil jubel, wat pas vrygestel is. Hierdie CD spog met 17 vars nuwe lof- en aanbiddingsliedjies, waarvan Willie die meeste self geskryf

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het. Hy sing twee duette saam met sy vrou, Natasha, waarvan een ’n huweliksliedjie is. ’n Lekker verrassing en groot bederf op die CD is die duet wat hy saam met Romanz sing, Soli Deo Gloria, wat beteken aan God al die eer. Geniet ’n aand saam met Willie Joubert by Helderberg Kollege se kampus in Somerset-Wes, op Saterdag 19 November om 19:45. Kaartjies is R80 en is te koop by Benbel Somerset Value Mart. Daar word ’n spesiale vertoning vir Senior Burgers die Sondagoggend om 10:00 gehou waar tee sal bedien word. Kaartjies R40 per persoon. Vir meer inligting bel Lilian op 076 669 5695.

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Chairing disciplinary hearings Representing employers at the CCMA and Bargaining Councils Industrial Relations training Restructuring / retrenchment advice and support

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The sting in the tail AT the height of the financial crisis in 2008 Warren Buffet wrote in the New York Times: “People who hold cash equivalents feel comfortable. They shouldn’t. They have opted for a terrible long-term asset, one that pays virtually nothing and is certain to depreciate in value.” Warren’s statement is no less true today than it was then. Money market funds are currently earning 5,5 % before tax, while Consumer Price Inflation (CPI) for September was 5,7%. This equates to a real (after inflation) return of -0,2 %. This gap is likely to widen as inflation is expected to rise to 6% with little or no prospects of an interest rate hike any time soon. Central bankers around the world are punishing savers by keeping interest rates at abnormally low levels to promote consumption. The unattended consequences of this strategy are devastating for retired investors with

insufficient growth (risk) assets. This is best illustrated using an example of Mr Bloggs, who has just retired at age 60 with R4 million capital. Joe requires an income of R20 000 per month, which is a 6% draw rate, in line with recom-

mended draw-down guidelines. The first illustration (above) assumes a moderate risk-return portfolio with sufficient growth assets to provide a real (above inflation) return of 4,56%. As you can see, Joe is able to sustain an inflationlinked income of R20 000 till the age of 84. The second illustration (right) assumes a cash portfolio generating a real (above inflation) return of only 2,62%, which is the historic average real return for cash. This portfolio is only able to provide an inflation-linked income of R20 000 pm till age 74. The risk of currently investing in cash is obvious. The money market real rate of return is -0,2%, versus the longterm average of around 2,62%. Cash investors are saving themselves poor. Retired investors have to adjust their strategies if they hope to survive this financial crisis – and believe me, it is a crisis. The real threat to retired investors is not the stock market but irresponsible

monetary policy and insufficient exposure to growth (risk) assets. Retirees can do nothing about the interest rates, but they can manage their portfolios to ensure they achieve their objectives.

Royal visit: Melt Hugo of Wood4Africa in Strand is seen with chief Immanuel #Nu-axa !Gaseb (left) of the Erongo area in Damaraland at the Villa Via Hotel in Gordon’s Bay; the chief – who is also the deputy chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders of Namibia – visited the Helderberg to promote tourism opportunities in Damaraland. He also discussed the development of the Spitzkoppe Lodge and campsites, and investigated the import of South African pine for fast-growing developments and businesses on the coast of Namibia.

Mark Williams Mcomm, CFP, HDipTax 0 021 851 3746 2 mark@synfin.co.za


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Chamber honours Helderbergers THE Helderberg branch of the Cape Town Regional Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently celebrated its 89th annual general meeting. A number of employers were recognised for their long-standing work relationship with the chamber, and Richard Loring, the keynote speaker for the evening provided an inspirational view of his career, which spanned over 50 years. Key lessons included in his talk were the importance of quality relationships, making the best of every opportunity in life, and leaving people with meaningful and memorable experiences. Chamber members say they look forward to an eventful and exciting 2012, and invite businesses within the Helderberg area to join the chamber in the run-up to its 90th AGM next year.

From left: Johan West (Lourensford Estate: Helderberg Chamber of Commerce long-standing member, 20 years), Charlotte Jordan (Preferred Solutions: long-standing member, 10 years) Charles Scheltema (honorary treasurer of the Helderberg Chamber), Rae Kruger (Business and Financial Dealings and Helderberg Chamber committee member), Rod Mitchell (Prompt Auto Services: long-standing member, 10 years), Rénier Krige (HR Direct and chairperson of the Helderberg Chamber of Commerce).

International speaker heads for SA JOHN MAXWELL, international speaker and author, will soon be in South Africa to lead a leadership conference. This American speaker is the author of more than 60 books – of which more than 19 million have been sold internationally. The leadership conference will take place on 16 November at the NH Lord Charles Hotel in Somerset West. Maxwell will share his thoughts on leadership and the development

of a world-class leadership ethic. Individual bookings are R3 500 per person. For 10 or more people, a special discounted registration fee of R2 750 applies. DVDs and CDs are included in the conference package. People expected to benefit from the conference are managers of corporations and other organisations, those in leadership positions, and entrepreneurs. For more information, visit www.icangroup.co.za.

John Maxwell

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Navigating the Sars minefield YOU have until 25 November to submit your personal income tax return for 2011. “Sars is embarking on a campaign of enforcing compliance amongst taxpayers,” says Emma Pardoe from the Somerset West-based Emma Pardoe Chartered Accountants. “What does this mean for taxpayers?” For one, expect more queries from Sars – and “more questions, and possibly an audit” if you don’t answer satisfactorily. Stay up to date with the latest tax developments, and implement systems so you can respond to Sars queries. While larger corporates can afford tax specialists and sophisticated systems, Pardoe says small and medium enterprises “will have to make some important decisions”.

“Get your accounting systems and documentation aligned and up to date. Sars will review your accounting systems and will call for back-up documentation to support income and expenses.” If you don’t keep documentation for five years, you risk a R16 000 fine. Though it may seem daunting, get up to speed on what your bookkeeper or accountant does and take responsibility for your company’s finances. Pardoe recommends developing clear policies to handle the “grey tax areas” such as ensuring that fringe benefits for staff are identified and correctly treated and not claiming expenses you aren’t entitled to, such as entertainment expenses or the input tax on a car you buy.


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IN LOVING MEMORY of our dearest brother Vincent who was called home on 8 November 2010. We will always cherish the wonderful memories shared with you. Sadly missed by brothers Lionel and Edwin sisters Bernicia, Hadel, Astrid and Dolores, sister­in­ law Cynthia and Mercia and brothers­in­law Winston, Al­ lan and Kenny. SMITH VINCENT Our dear brother in law died on 8 November 2010. Its the laughter we will remember whenever we think of you. Still sadly missed by Joan, Myrtle, Joy, Danny and families.

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RIBIERO: Antonio Fernandes 26/09/1944 ­ 07/11/2011 Passed away peacefully. Will be lovingly remembered by his family and friends. Memorial service will be held on Monday 14 November 2011 from the St Peter's Catholic Church, Strand at 15h00. Private cremation.

STORAGE: 88 ON MAIN STRAND 24 Hours security Armed Response 34 Secure Units from R280 per month plus Vat Contact: Gerhard 021 8418556 gnel@rolagrp.co.za UNYAKA Annual accounting and tax for small businesses. www.unyaka.co.za

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Thursday | 10 November 2011 FUNCTION VENUE 185 Main Rd. Strand Brand new upmarket function venue available for rent ­ incl braai facilities. Ideal for weddings & company functions. Sarene 082­453­6421 sarenem@absamail.co.za

JUMPING CASTLE and other fun items for hire! Patricia 021­8554715

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TOWNSHIP ANIMAL RESCUE'S Adopt­a­Pet will be at the Somerset West Craft Market on Sat. No­ vember 12th from 11­1 pm. Come and see our cute pups and kittens. There is an adoption fee. Old Christmas cards needed. Ph: 021­855­1824. www.townshipanimalrescue. co.za

HELDERBERG FARM Farming Naturally Tasty Strawberries Teagarden, Year end functions Pick your own Mon - Sat Tel. 021 855 4308 Klein Helderberg Rd. R44 Rd. Somerset West www.helderbergfarm.co.za

MIELE side­by­side fridge/freezer. Stainless steel, 148cm width & 185cm high. R14000.00 or n.o. Miele Cats & dogs vacuum cleaner R1625.00. Metallic Miele convection oven/microwave 900w R2500.00, Metallic LG dishwasher R3500. Owner immigrating. Tel. 072 626 7031.

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FURNITURE, FRIDGES, ANTIQUES. Thinking of selling any item? I will be keen to make you a cash offer. Kindly phone Ronnie 082­823­9944.

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A ZIM LADY looking for domestic work / chars for Tue, Thur and Sat. Please contact Jane on 078 370 8920 and for ref. contact Mrs. Venter on 083 626 4400.

GARAGE SALE Entire contents of deceased estate. Lots of lovely goodies to go, kitchenware etc. Contact Paul 083 225 1903

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CONSTANCE needs work for Mon, Wed & Fri. Due to employers moving. She is hardworking, reliable and friendly. Cell: 0721127259 or ref. 0722443041 Coetzee EK WIL GRAAG my huishulp deel. Sy is beskik­ baar op Dinsd. en Dond. Skakel Mev. Du Toit by 0823906645. Baie goed in algemene werk. ELDERLY GENTLEMAN seeks employment as Supervisor in the BLD Trade / Gardening service / Shuttle driver. PDP Licence. Code 08. Own vehicle. Cell ph. 079 137 7025. FELIX a Malawian man aged 33 looking for the following kind of job. Garde­ ner, housekeeping and other domestic work. Please call 0733464214. GLACE Malawian lady aged 30 yrs. I am looking for a job as a housekeeper, a nanny or any domestic work. Sleep in or out. 073 485 6389. HARRISON MALAWIAN seeks a job as horseman & gardener. Refs & exp avail. 0 7 3 9 6 8 9 3 5 8 . L i g h t we l l Malawian seek a job as p a i n t e r, g a r d e n e r & handyman. Refs & exp. avail. 0730745382. TRUSTWORTHY, reliable, honest and hardworking 30yr old Zimbabwean lady with valid working permit available for daily chars. For ref & to set up meeting contact Ilze 082 373 7907 I AM A 27 YEAR OLD Zimbabwean lady looking for a job as a housemaid for 4days a week. Ref. available. Call Patience at 0787828062 I AM A 30 YR OLD lady looking for chars from Tue ­ Friday. For reference contact 073 751 1175. If interested phone Martha 073 084 1062. I AM LOOKING FOR JOB as a child minder, baby sitter, house keeper. I am a hardworking lady with good references. Contact Chantal 0722215986.

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I AM LOOKING FOR gardening work, full time or part time. For ref. call Magie 0722692421 or Andrew 0828963731. Gift is looking for gardening full time or part time. Call 0717936862.

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KASSIERE BENODIG met ondervinding. Kontak 082 8499 505. CASUAL SHAMPOO LADY required. Must have experience. Call Morne 021­854 7781 CASUALS required for 7­ Eleven, Somerset West. Please hand CV's in at store 159 Main Road Somerset West. COMPUTER MANIA is looking for experienced sales consultants with exceptional knowledge of computer hardware and software. Email CV's to salescv@computermania.co .za DON'T BE A WANNABE BE A SOMEBODY *Earnings between R7 000.00 ­ R15 000.00 pm *Major International Brand *Own vehicle & cell phone essential *Full training provided *Sales background a plus Phone today for an interview (021) 854 ­ 3829

ADMIN / GIRL FRIDAY needed for Anchor Air Gordonsbay. Experience with admin work as well as computer literate. Salary neg. Tel. 082 456 1798. ADMINISTRATIEWE KLERK benodig vir maatskappy in Strand. Nodige opleiding sal gebied word. Basiese rekening of boekhoukunde kennis 'n ver­eiste. Rekenaar gelet­ terdheid 'n voordeel (Excel en Word). Ten volle tweetalig (Afr en Engels) E p o s C V n a : info@reinoil.co.za of faks: 086 509 2547 Adventure Touring Co. requires Guides Operations Assistant. Position ­ Guides Operations Assistant Applicant must have strong communication skills, be well versed in Microsoft Office, have strong organizational skills and be willing to work long hours. Duties will entail c o m m u n i c a t i n g telephonically and in person to a large employee base, administration, research, planning, problem solving and after hours standby and backup for the Operations Manager. Certain elements of Human Resource Management will also be required. Only applicants with valid tourism or guiding back ground will be considered. Remuneration between R8 000 ­ R10 000 per month or based on exper ience. Based in Somerset West / Strand area. Contact No ­ 021 8457400 Fax No. ­ 021 8457401 Email ­ tosca@nomadtours.co.za

DRINGEND OPSOEK na naaldwerkster wat klere kan maak en wat goeie verwy­ sings het. Moet gewone al­ terasie / mending werk kan doen. Pos is vir Strand area en slegs op 'n kontak tot 31 Desember. Indien u kan embroidery doen sal dit voordelig wees. Geen kansvatters nie. 078 347 1110. DRINGEND OPSOEK na Afrikaans sprekende skoon­ makers / strykers, wat voorheen by skoonmaak be­ sigheid gewerk het, moet verwysings hê. Ook opsoek na 1 vir inslaapwerk, moet kan kosmaak en goed wees met kinders. 078 347 1110. DRIVER / REPRESENTATIVE Code 10 Drivers EC License . Medically fit . Literate Afr / Eng . General sales experience an advantage . Contactable references Please fax CV to 086­509­ 2547, or email info@reinoil.co.za If no reply within 2 weeks consider application un­ successful. ENGINE ASSEMBLER Qualified ± 5 Years Experience Required Salary R10 000.00 neg. To start a.s.a.p. Please e­mail or fax 1 Page CV to: info@strandprecision.co.za Fax: 086 767 6010. GESOEK: KONSTRUKSIE ELEKTRISIëN Vereistes: . Bestuurderslisensie en SA ID . 3 Fase huis/projek van begin to einde kan doen . Ten minste 5 jr ondervin­ ding in bedryf . Vorige werksverwysings Indien u aan bogenoemde vereistes voldoen skakel: 021 855 2429 of faks CV na 086 689 5995.

Kid Models: We are looking for gorgeous babies of all races between the ages of 4­24 months as well as kids aged between 2­18 years to feature in international and local TV and magazine ads. For more info, please sms child's name and age to 0783711443. LOCAL PUB / RESTAU­ RANT ­ The Old Bridge Tavern ­ Looking for reliable Waitress & Bartenders. Fax CV to 021 851 2981 or e m a i l oldbridgetavern@yahoo.co m LOOKING FOR Seasonal Waiters. Please send CV to Jacques via email: bluewaters.sushi@gmail.co m NAWEEK EN VAKANSIE WERK by roomys winkel in Gordonsbaai. Geen taxi vervoer. Skakel Nadia by 021 856 1744 Pick 'n Pay Gordons Bay We are seeking experien­ ced: ­ Cashiers ­ Till Packers Fax CV+ ID to: 086­564­ 9167 QUALIFIED HAIRDRESSER WANTED part time for December. ( 021 852 8664

TELESALES Potential Earnings R2 500 ­ R4 000 pm For 3 hours work every evening. Monday ­ Thursday From 17H00 ­ 20H00 Phone now for a Interview 021 854 3829 VIBRANT PUB seeks Barr ladies/waitresses & kitchen staff to work in Kitchen & Prepare Pub lunches. References please. Fax CV to 021 8532810 WAITER REQUIRED More than 2 years experience. Can speak English & Afrikaans. Tel: 021 853 5468. WANTED Reliable Owner Driver with bakkie and canopy to hire, 1­1½ tonner. For appointment please contact Ms. Dixon on deirdre.dixon@gmail.com WORK FROM HOME Up to R30 000pm Work on your PC. No boss. No stress. More info visit www.welcometofinancialfree dom.com WORK FROM HOME FOR Edata Group. With or wit­ hout a computer. For details sms name and adress to 074 302 5832

MERCEDES­BENZ C180 KOMPRESSOR 2004 Wit. onder inruil waarde R89 000/o.n.a Pragtige kar! Skakel 084 240 8606 MOTORS EN BAKKIES GESOEK Skakel 079 777 1729

SALES REPRESENTATIVE based in Strand Turners Auto Electricians are looking for a Sales Representative in the Auto electrical field to join their team to sell spares and services to their expanding clientele. Send detailed CV including r e fe r e n c e s t o E ­ m a i l info@turnersauto.co.za or fax to 021 853 4770.

HOUSES AND FLATS urgently needed for the coming holiday season in Str/GBay/SWest. Tel 021­ 854 7280 / 082 551 8181. rentals@willemestates. co.za GERIEFLIKE 3SLPK een­ heid. Slaap 6, ten volle toegerus. Lekker groot bal­ kon, braaiplek en onderdak parkering. Onmiddelik be­ skikbaar R1100p.d. RSA 021 855 2320 Geen sake op Sondae

OXFORD MEWS R 670TH Web Ref: 0811430 Ground floor unit in sought after estate. 2 Bedrooms, 1.5 Bathrooms 1x Carport.

Lynne 083 272 0528 021 - 852 3480

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RIVERSIDE PARK R 1.295M Web Ref: 0611412 Secure Living at its best. Well managed estate with 3 Beds, 2 Baths, Single Gar. Communal Pool.

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3SLP KAMER HUIS. 1½badkamer, kombuis ten volle toegerus met kaste. Ruim leef area. Motor afdak Bediende kwar tier in Rusthof. Skakel 0736178253 Strand Broadlands Village 2 Bed. Extra kitchen cupboards. 1.8m fence, steel sliding gate. Corner plot. R299 000. 082 376 1461 / 021­855 2369.

PROPCARE STOP Maintenance Call does it all Best Prices Guaranteed! POOL SERVICES HANDYMAN/BUILD ELECTRICAL GARDEN PLUMBING Owen 082 629 9937 Morgan 079 408 4714 propcarecape@gmail.com

STRAND (BROADLANDS VILLAGE) ­ 2 Bedr home with lock­up garage near schools & shopping centre. Bargain! R295 000 o.n.o. Call 072 443 7879. Victoria Park ­ S/WEST. 3 Bed + tandem double garage. Fully tiled & paved outside. Walled + sliding gate. Pvt sale. R550 000. 082 376 1461/021­855 2369 SEDELIKE Afrikaansspre­ kende tuinier gesoek met verwysings. Bel 083 253 9940. SIGNAGE WORKSHOP Staff, must have minimum 5 years experience in all aspects of signage manufacture, vehicle bran­ ding, signage installation, contactable references, matric, driver's licence. Send 2 page CV to strandsigns@iafrica.com . SUPERVISOR REQUIRED for a garden services company. Experience in a similar position and knowledge of machinery repair & maintenance essential. Must have code 8 driver's license. Immediate start. Fax CV to 021 8500028

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SOMERSET PLACE R 535TH Web Ref: 1110399 New Release Spacious unit - 82m² with 2 Beds, 1 Bath, Parking Bay and Communal Pool.

Lynne 083 272 0528 021 - 852 3480 www.myproperty broker.co.za 4611 36B2A

SOMERSET OAKS: Large 2b/r flat, kitchen, lounge/dining room, full bathr, + outside storeroom, balcony with views of HH mountain. R850 000. W Barnard 021 8535522 / 083 280 0179.

MOLE AWAY!!! Let us worry about your moles!!!! Ph: 021­8532180 (w) or 083 769 2428

The Number One Handyman NHBRC reg. • All Building & Plastering • Bathrooms Renovating • Painting • Tiling • Plumbing • Carpentry • All Electrical Installations & Maintenance • Insurance claims Kontak Colin

3411 350C3

AUTO ELECTRICIAN STRAND AND CALEDON AREA Turners Auto Electricians are looking for a qualified auto electrician with a mini­ mum 4 years experience to join their team. Send detailed CV with copy of certificate and references t o E ­ m a i l info@turnersauto.co.za or fax to 021 853 4770.

CALL CENTRE A well established National Marketing and Promotions company based in Somerset West has positions available for telemarketers seeking employment. Fantastic growth opportunities for propective candidates looking to further themselves within the company. Ver y good negotiable remuneration packages. Please call 082 595 4480

KANTOORDAME 'n Betroubare hardwerkende administratiewe dame ver­ kieslik met konstruksie on­ dervinding word dringend benodig. Rekenaarvaardig­ heid veral in Excel, Pastel en Word is verpligtend. Stuur asb u CV met verwy­ s i n g s n a info@bizzconstruction.co.za of faks na 021­853 5254.

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ALUMINIUM BUSINESS in Eersteriver is looking for a honest, qualified aluminium cutter/assembler to start a.s.a.p. Please contact Syd­ ney Juries on 082 704 6016

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BRIAN’S

ENGINEERING Est. 1968

021 852 3767 083 415 0088

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ALL STEEL

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AAAM For all alterations, additions, kitchen and bathroom makeovers, waterproofing. Call Benja­ min 0721926682

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All building plans professional CAD drawn. Cheapest rates, all areas. Contact Rory 021­8510792 or 083 456 2823 info@theplanco.co.za

Somerset West (021) 851 5153 Stellenbosch (021) 883 2226 ALL FRIDGE AND DOMESTIC REPAIRS Mobile Workshop WENTZEL 083 897 2928

• New building construction and renovations • Kitchen and Built-in cupboard designs and manufacturing • Wooden decking and pergolas

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.

4311 LD 1B3M2TK

• Floor Tiles

Tel: (021) 850 0425 Fax: (021) 850 0423 Mobile: 082 410 7465 Email: info@exactcape.co.za

BROADLANDS CONCRETE WORKS 0 Alle OPRUIM & VER­ WYDER van tuin­ & bouafval • Saag van bome & tuinwerk • Vervoerwerk • Braaihout te koop! DIRK 082 8484 213

PRECAST CONCRETE & CUSTOM-MADE PRODUCTS. QUALITY AT FACTORY PRICES. PRODUCERS AND INSTALLERS OF CONCRETE-SET SPIKES, VIBROSPIKE. PERIMETER SECURITY SYSTEM. INSTALLATION AND UPGRADING OF BOUNDARY WALLS. JOSE 073 943 3394 DANIEL 082 532 6079

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KENNISGEWING PUBLIEKE VEILING In die Landdroshof vir die Distrik van Strand gehou te Strand. Saakno: 3502/10 In die saak tussen: BEHEERLIGGAAM VAN STRAND CLOSE DEELTITEL SKEMA NR. 216/2009 Eiser en CHRISTOFFEL BEUKMAN In sy kapasiteit as Trustee van die BEULAC PROPERTY TRUST - IT 2516/2007 1ste Verweerder en RYNO VENTER In sy kapasiteit as Trustee van die BEALAC PROPERTY TRUST - IT 2516/2007 2de Verweerder KENNISGEWING VAN GEREGTELIKE VERKOPING VAN ONROERENDE EIENDOM Ten uitvoering van die vonnis van die Landdroshof, Strand gedateer 7 Oktober 2010 sal die roerende goed hieronder beskryf op Woensdag, die 23ste dag van November 2011 om 10h00 op die perseel te Eenheid 11 (Deur nommer 203) Strand Close, Vredenhof Straat, Strand per publieke veiling in eksekusie verkoop word aan die hoogste bieër:'n Deeltitel Eenheid bestaande uit: Kombuis, sitkamer, 1 x badkamer, en 2 x slaapkamers. Die verkoping sal "voetstoots" geskied, onderworpe aan die voorwaardes van die Transportaktenommer waaronder die eiendom gehou word.

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Renovation, Water proofing & Roof Repairs For all roofs, cleaning, painting, housepainting, renovations, paving & tiling, general maintenance, general waterproofing, new & ceiling repairs

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TEL: 021 854 4972

JOHAN

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FRIDGE & FREEZER Repairs at your home All Appliances Regas R250.00 Pieter Brummer 076 552 0272 Garden Refuse Removal and Builders Rubble Large & small loads 1 Ton bakkie or 3 ton lorry. Tel. 082 7392 895 or 072 770 6873 THE ROOF DOCTOR Waterproofing & Painting Free quotes and work guaranteed 083 252 1054 078 637 5178

RIANNA WILLEMSE PROKUREURS Per RIANNA WILLEMSE HOOFWEG 91 STRAND (Verw: RW/DM//MSAVA132)

KENNISGEWING PUBLIEKE VEILING In die Landdroshof vir die Distrik van Strand gehou te Strand. Saakno: 4594/2009 In die saak tussen: SAVANNA MEWS HUISEIENAARS VERENIGING Eiser en RIANA NEL Verweerder KENNISGEWING VAN GEREGTELIKE VERKOPING VAN ONROERENDE EIENDOM Ten uitvoering van die vonnis van die Landdroshof, Strand gedateer 4 Desember 2009 sal die roerende goed hieronder beskryf op Woensdag, die 23ste dag van November 2011 om 11h00 op die perseel te Eenheid 76, Savanna Mews, Broadwaystraat, Strand per publieke veiling in eksekusie verkoop word aan die hoogste bieër:'n Deeltitel Eenheid bestaande uit: 1 x Sitkamer, 1 x kombuis, 1 x badkamer, en 2 x slaapkamers, motorhuis. Die verkoping sal "voetstoots" geskied, onderworpe aan die voorwaardes van die Transportaktenommer waaronder die eiendom gehou word. Gedateer te Strand op hierdie 31ste dag van OKTOBER 2011.

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RIANNA WILLEMSE PROKUREURS Per RIANNA WILLEMSE HOOFWEG 91 STRAND (Verw: RW/DM//MSAVA176)

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KENNISGEWING PUBLIEKE VEILING In die Landdroshof vir die Distrik van Strand gehou te Strand. Saakno: 3505/10 In die saak tussen: BEHEERLIGGAAM VAN STRAND CLOSE DEELTITEL SKEMA NR. 216/2009 Eiser en CHRISTOFFEL BEUKMAN In sy kapasiteit as Trustee van die BEULAC PROPERTY TRUST - IT 2516/2007 1ste Verweerder en RYNO VENTER In sy kapasiteit as Trustee van die BEALAC PROPERTY TRUST - IT 2516/2007 2de Verweerder KENNISGEWING VAN GEREGTELIKE VERKOPING VAN ONROERENDE EIENDOM Ten uitvoering van die vonnis van die Landdroshof, Strand gedateer 7 Oktober 2010 sal die roerende goed hieronder beskryf op Woensdag, die 23ste dag van November 2011 om 10h00 op die perseel te Eenheid 4 (Deur nommer A004) Strand Close, Vredenhof Straat, Strand per publieke veiling in eksekusie verkoop word aan die hoogste bieër:'n Deeltitel Eenheid bestaande uit: Kombuis, sitkamer, 1 x badkamer, en 2 x slaapkamers. Die verkoping sal "voetstoots" geskied, onderworpe aan die voorwaardes van die Transportaktenommer waaronder die eiendom gehou word.

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PLUMBERS

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Maintenance will include the following:

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FOR ALL ROOFING & MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENTS

KENNISGEWING PUBLIEKE VEILING In die Landdroshof vir die Distrik van Strand gehou te Strand. Saakno: 5189/2009 In die saak tussen: SAVANNA MEWS HUISEIENAARS VERENIGING Eiser en CHARLES TIMOTHY FORTUIN 1ste Verweerder en MORIETA ELIZA VAN DER MERWE 2de Verweerder KENNISGEWING VAN GEREGTELIKE VERKOPING VAN ONROERENDE EIENDOM Ten uitvoering van die vonnis van die Landdroshof, Strand gedateer 21 Januarie 2010 sal die roerende goed hieronder beskryf op Woensdag, die 23ste dag van November 2011 om 11h00 op die perseel te Eenheid 32 Savanna Mews, Broadwaystraat, Strand per publieke veiling in eksekusie verkoop word aan die hoogste bieër:'n Deeltitel Eenheid bestaande uit: 1 x Sitkamer, 1 x kombuis, 1 x badkamer, en 2 x slaapkamers, motorhuis. Die verkoping sal "voetstoots" geskied, onderworpe aan die voorwaardes van die Transportaktenommer waaronder die eiendom gehou word.


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NOTICE FIRST AND FINAL LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNT IN ESTATE LATE HENRY D E N Y S D I X O N , IDENTITY Number 310817 5042 082, Retired of No.4 Bidoli Crescent, Bel'Aire, Somerset West and who at his death on 12 April 2011 was married in community of property to JOY MATILDA DIXON, IDENTITY No. 310407 0060 089, and who died at Somerset West. Estate Number: 6808/2011 NOTICE is hereby given that the First & 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 11 November 2011. MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC. Executors The Forum 13 Drama Street P O Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7130 JCK/hjvr (KD000007) NOTICE In the Labour Court of South Africa held at Cape Town Case Number: WECT609810 In the matter between: NUB obo MALOTHE, VL Applicant and SYLCO PLANT HIRE (PTY) LTD Respondent Notice of Sale in Execution Please take notice that the undermentioned assets of the Respondent will be sold by the Sheriff Strand/Somerset West of the High Court to the highest bidder by public sale in execution on 25 November 2011 at 11h00 at 26 Chilwan Crescent, Helderberg Industrial Park, Strand. 1x Volvo Digger Model Name: EC558 Tops/Rops Serial Number: 6J1914 terms: Strictly Cash or Bank guaranteed Cheque and "Voetstoots" Dated at Strand on this 2nd day of November 2011. S A P DREYER SHERIFF - HIGH COURT G2 CORTLANDT PLACE 37 MAIN ROAD STRAND

MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC. Attorneys for Executors The Forum 13 Drama Street P O Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7130 JCK/hjvr (KW000003)

VERKOPING VAN VASTE EIENDOM BY WYSE VAN TENDER 1. Die N G Kerk Gordonsbaai nooi voornemende kopers om tendervoorstelle in te dien vir die koop van een of albei van hul woonhuise geleë te Grensweg 10, Erf 1765 Gordonsbaai sowel as Grensweg 11, Erf 538 Gordonsbaai, ingevolge die terme en voorwaardes vervat in die tender dokumente soos opgestel. 2. Tender voorstelle moet ingedien word deur middel van die opgestelde tender dokument verkrygbaar by die N G Kerkkantoor, Kusweg 87, Gordinsbaai- verw: Sanette Strydom (tel. 021-856 1654) of by die prokureurs Malan Lourens Lemmers Viljoen Ing, Pieklestraat 12, Strand - verw: Shernay Erasmus (tel. 021-853 1535). Dit kan ook per epos aangevra w o r d b y d i e ngkgordonsbaai@absamail.co .za 3. Die volledige voltooiing en ondertekening van die tendervorms, met afskrifte van dokumente soos verlang, is verpligtend. 4. Verseëlde tenders, behoorlik geidentifiseer en bekryf, moet in die tenderbus by die voormelde kerkkantoor geplaas word, nie later nie as 16h00 op Woensdag 30 November 2011. 5. Tenders sal onder toesig by die voormelde kerkkantoor om 17h00 op dieselfde dag, oopgemaak word en slegs die suksesvolle tenderaar(s) sal teen 9 Desember 2011 verwittig word. 6. Laat tenders of tenders in koeverte wat nie verseël of gemerk is nie, sal nie oorweeg word nie. 7. Die NG Kerk Gordonsbaai behou die reg voor om nie die hoogste of enigste tender te aanvaar nie. 8. Beide eiendomme sal beskikbaar wees vir besigtiging deur voornemende kopers op Woensdagaand, 16 November 2011 tussen 18h00 en 21h00 en op Saterdagmiddag, 19 November 2011 tussen 12h00 en 16h00. Vir verdere inligting skakel Ds Strydom Bruwer by 021856 2683 of Daantjie Malan by 021-853 135

HUISE TE HUUR GEVRA Tot maksimum R7500pm 3­4 slaapkamer benodig vanaf 1 Des. Moet genoeg staanplek vir motors hê. RSA 021 8552320 Geen sake op Sondae

SOEK CHRISTEN MAN om woonstel te deel by Ma­ dison Square Strand 1 Des R1 250 p.m. Bel Jakkie 084 510 5682.

SOMERSET­WES Golden Acre area. Buitekamer met badkamer te huur vir enkel prof. persoon R1 550, be­ skikbaar 1 Desember. Kon­ tak Antoinette na 5 by 076 089 5249. STRAND­NOORD Kamer in woonhuis. Deel geriewe. MNET­W/L ing. Ongemeub. parkering. Wer­ kende persoon. R1200+dep. 0825675445 / 0712196737.

BACHELOR FLAT Somerset West. Close to Mediclinic. Safe parking. R1 800­00 pm. R1 000­00 deposit. Available immed. Phone 083 256 8684. BACHELOR FLAT to rent, immediate or 1st December. R2300.00 inc W&E. Suit Single non smoking person. Contact 0832614974. Kalden Road, Lochnerhof, Strand. BEACHFRONT apartment, G o r d o n ' s B a y. F u l l y furnished, all amenities, sleeps four. Spacious lounge, large deck with superb sea view. 50m above main beach. 30 min from Cape Town. Available short or medium term rental. Tel. 021 856 3364 BERMUDA BEACH Greenways The Gem on top 360 Deg. views, 2nd floor, 2 bedr. 2 Parking bays, balcony, 72m², newly renovated. Available immediately. No pets. 4500 R/m. Phone 0781973987. FLATLET IN FIRLANDS own entrance, 2 bedroomed R3300pm, Electricity included. Phone 082 736 2662 G/BAY ­ BEACH ROAD,2 Bed Flat, 1 Bath, S/garage. R3500 excl. elec. Avail. 1 Dec. Contact D Rentals, 021­8560635. G/BAY ­ BEACH ROAD, Fully Furnished Flat,2 Bed, 1 Bath, S/garage.R5000 excl. elec. Avail. 1 Dec. Contact D Rentals, 021­ 8560635. LA RIVIERA ­ 2 Slpk woon­ stel in sekuriteits kompleks. Toesluit motorhuis. R3 000 pm. Skakel 082 576 7392.

NEWLY RENOVATED, 2 bedroom flat. Braai and swimming pool in complex Beautiful sea view. Good s e c u r i t y. P a r k i n g i n basement. R4400.00 p.month. Contact office hours 021 8546819.

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021 856 0558 rentals@prostart.co.za Lulurai S/West R2 600 - 1 bed avail imm R3 400 - 2 bed with balcony avail 1 Dec R4 400 - 3 bed, 2 bath, ground floor, garden 1 Dec Little Greece Strand R2 500 - 1 bed, imm Mont Blanc - G/Bay R2 700 - 1 bed, g/floor with garden and braai R2 500 - 1 Bed on 1st floor La Bella - G/Bay R2 400 - 1 bed with balcony + braai - avail imm 66 on Fairway - G/Bay 2 bed flats @ R2 850 La Provence - G/Bay R5 400 - 3 bed, 2½ bath, d/gar, splash pool, small garden, avail 1 Dec

SOMERSET WEST near Helderberg College avail immediately, fully furnished to share in garden flat for 3 months. R1 400 pm, fully incl. 083 231 7948. SOMERSET WEST: R4 250 pm ­ Regent Park. First floor. 2 Beds, 1 full bath. Undercover parking. Pool in complex. No pets. Available 1 Dec. '11. Salo­ me @ Nationlink ­ 021­889­ 7573 or 083­539­2500. STELLENBOSCH: A furnished 2 bedroomed flat, 3 blocks from campus. Available 1st of Dec. R5450pm. Modern 2 bedr. flat in Klein Welgevonden, 3.5 km from campus. Open plan kitchen with built­in stove. Avail. 1st Dec. R5600. To view contact Nici 073 900 7374

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THE Imperial Toyota South Africa Team to contest the 2012 Dakar Rally returned to Johannesburg on Sunday after three and a half days of sand testing in Namibia. Former South African off-road champion and 2009 Dakar Rally winner Giniel de Villiers from Stellenbosch and four-time national champion Duncan Vos between them completed over 1 500 km of driving in the two Imperial Toyota Hilux double cab pickups that will compete in the premier T1 class of the world’s longest and toughest motor race.

“One word sums up the past few days – invaluable,” said team manager Glyn Hall. “It’s been a long and tiring exercise, more than 2 400 km by road from our home base, in a remote part of Namibia, with the team working from before dawn until after sunset every day. However, we’ve learnt a great deal and completed a major part of our preparation for the big race.” The two South African-built and -developed pickups came through the stringent tests with flying colours. “We had a few chal-

lenges to overcome, but then that’s why we went there,” added Hall. Hall said their “secret weapon”, apart from the Hilux, is De Villiers: “He’s regarded as one of the best Dakar drivers.” De Villiers declared himself satisfied with the test and was enthusiastic about the Toyota Hilux. “It’s going to be competitive and has great potential. I was impressed with its overall performance in the Namib.” The 2012 Dakar starts on 15 January.

The Namib Desert proved to be the ideal testing site for the two Imperial Toyota Hilux double cab pickups that will compete in the 2012 Dakar Rally. Photo: quickpic


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RUGBY

Jonges blink uit in 7’s DRIE o.13-rugbyspelers van die Helderberg, Damien Willemse (Methodist Squirrels), Bryan Buitendag (Laerskool De Hoop) en Manuel Ras (Hendrik Louw) het onlangs vir die WP o.13-sewesspan gespeel wat die eerste Atlantic Sewestoernooi by Konka in Rustenburg gewen het. Hierdie provinsiale toernooi is ’n nuwe inisiatief van SA Rugby met die oog op die Olimpiese Spele, derhalwe is net ’n o.13- en ’n o.18-span gekies. Dit is ’n uitsonderlike prestasie veral in ag geneem dat die seuns ná ongeveer 19 tot 21 uur op ’n bus hul eerste wedstryd van die toernooi moes speel. Hulle het teen die Griffons gespeel en 29-0 gewen. Hul volgende wedstryd teen die Griekwas het hulle met 46-0 gewen en daarna het hulle die Bulle met 24-5 getroef. Dus, op die eerste dag ná hulle van die bus af geklim het, het hulle drie wedstryde gespeel en almal gewen. Die volgende dag het hulle 56-0 teen Grens gewen. Die laaste dag van die toernooi het hulle die semifinaal teen Boland 22-20 gewen en die finaal teen die Limpopo Blou Bulle 27-0. SuperSport 1 is ook by die toernooi verteenwoordig en het die finaal van die Wêreldbeker uitgesaai. Hulle het ook ’n onderhoud gevoer met Kyle Appel, een van die spanlede. Paul Treu, afrigter van die Bok-sewes-

span, was ook daar om na hulle te kyk en die seuns het hom persoonlik ontmoet. Die o.13- en o.18-sewesspelers van WP is onlangs na Nuweland genooi om erkenning te ontvang vir hul prestasies by hierdie eerste o.13- en o.18-sewestoernooi. Al die spelers het spesiale sertifikate ontvang waarop aangedui word dat hierdie sewestoernooi die eerste ooit in die geskiedenis van provinsiale rugby was.

RUGBY Sewesspelers vereer: Die Westelike Provinsie Rugbyunie het’n seremonie gehou om erkenning te gee aan die spelers wat in die WP-sewesspanne opgeneem is. Dié geleentheid is op 25 Oktober by Nuweland gehou. Hoërskool Strand se sportbestuurder en eerste rugbyspanafrigters, De Wet Neethling (vierde van links) en Wikus van Dyk (tweede van links) het die skool verteenwoordig. Saam met hulle is Franco Boshoff (middel), o.18 WP-sewesspeler en HS Strand o.19 A-rugbyspeler. Die afrigter van die o.18 WP-sewesspan is Bronson Weir (heel links) en die spanbestuurder Chris October (heel regs).Die president van die WP Rugbyunie, Tobie Titus, het ’n sertifikaat en WP-trui aan al die spelers oorhandig.

NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE SUBCOUNCILS NOVEMBER 2011 Notice is hereby given that the meeting of the 24 (twenty four) Subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the time and at the different venues as indicated in the schedule below:

Hierdie drie seuns van die Helderberg het onlangs vir die WP in die eerste o.13 Atlantic Sewestoernooi by Konka in Rustenburg gespeel. Die WP het die o.13-beker gewen. Die seuns is (van links) Damien Willemse (Methodist Squirrels), Bryan Buitendag van Laerskool De Hoop en Manuel Ras van Hendrik Louw.

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RUGBY WP-Squirrels: Die Metho Squirrels-ugbyspanne van die Somerset-Wes Metodiste Primêre Skool het onlangs hul prysuitdeling gehou. Ongeveer 600 ouers het die spoggeleentheid bygewoon. Onder die pryswenners was (van links) Damian Willemse (WP o.13 akademie-weekspan en 7’s), Taariq Gordon (WP o.12) en Tristan Leitch (WP o.12).

Bekerwenners: Ander Metho Squirrels-rugbyspelers wat bekers ontvang het was (van links) Nathan Wylbach (beste drie van die jaar), Storm Hendricks (mees verbeterde Squirrel), Damian Willemse (meeste drieë en sportman van die jaar), Alana-lee Horn (dapperheid), Jaden Etson (mees belowende speler) en Juandré Benjamin (speler van die jaar).

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Manager Peter Deacon 021 550 1001 Fred Monk 021 980 6053 Johannes Brand 021 590 1676 Ardela van Niekerk 021 938 8050 Martin Julie 021 695 8171 Pat Jansen 021 918 2024 Elmaleen du Plessis 021 970 3002 Izak du Toit 021 850 4149 Thando Siwisa 021 360 1351 Fezekile Cotani 021 360 1267 Kayise Nombakuse 021 630 1600 David Cedras 021 371 4550 Lunga Bobo 021 630 1600 Christopher Jako 021 6301600 Mariette Griessel 021 531 3437 Marius Coetsee 021 487 2055 Edgar Carolissen 021 637 9757 Okkie Manuels 021 710 8394 Desiree Mentor 021 784 2011 Brian Ford 021 794 2493 Pieter Grobler 021 900 1502 Richard Moi 021 900 1508 David Cedras 021 371 4550/1 Anthony Mathe 021 956 8000

In addition to items of relevance to specific sub-councils, the following items will appear on the agendas for all Sub-councils in November: • • •

Gymnastic Georgia: Georgia Wyborn, a grade 4 student at De Hoop Primary School and member of Helderberg Gymnastics Connection Club, has been selected to represent South Africa at the Zone VI International Gymnastics Championships in Namibia in December. Anybody interested in joining the Helderberg Gymnastics Connection Club can contact Karen Brown on 0 072 102 6113. If you’re interested in assisting Georgia with the cost of transport and accommodation in Namibia, please get in touch with Karen.

Annual Police Plan Water Saving Plan Economic Development Business Plan

Copies are available for scrutiny at subcouncils, municipal libraries and www.capetown.gov.za. Organisations are requested to submit comment to their subcouncil. The Rules of Order for subcouncils permit any member of the public to address the subcouncil on these or any other matters by prior arrangement with the relevant subcouncil manager.

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ANGLING

Good geelbek and yellowtail season expected GREAT news for all kreef (crayfish) fishermen is that, after all the controversy last season, the season this year is from 15 November to 15 January plus four days over the Easter weekend. This is in total 25 more crayfish fishing days than last season. So get your licences as soon as possible, check your nets and stock up on bait. The Two Oceans Tuna Derby, which was held from Hout Bay harbour last weekend, produced a number of large yellowfin tuna with some tipping the scale at 80 kg and 90 kg. The boat Delta I came both first and second, with tuna of 90 kg and 95 kg. There were also some good catches of longfin tuna, which were located in the deep off the west side of the Canyon area. A few larger ski craft fishing from Simon’s Town had good catches of small yellowtail of between three and five kilos, as well as a

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number of katonkel, which were plentiful in the Bellows area at Cape Point. Small boats fishing in the shallows in the inside of the Poort off Strand beach were still catching a few small kob, and returned a number of undersized fish to the sea. I also received reports from shore anglers of a number of smaller kob and elf caught from Melk Bay during the week, but the water was not conducive to rock fishing. The continual chop and change in the weather this season, as well as signs of a red tide, which seems to be continuously dispersed by the rough water, may be a sign of an excellent geelbek season. Yellowtail schools may also be attracted close to Macassar, Strand, Harmony Park and alongside the mountain due to schools of bait fish being swept in to our shores and kept close to shore by the plankton water mix, as was experienced by boat fishermen quite a number of years ago. There has definitely been a comeback of

geelbek along our shores in recent years, and many top local skippers believed that before this comeback the geelbek had nearly disappeared for about 10 years. Once again the snoek schools were not located, one of the reasons being that not many professionals went to sea in the choppy conditions. Local spinner men should keep trying for leerie, as there will definitely be a few fish around. A few elf will be hooked because, as usual, the elf seem to arrive early and are caught in November, although the elf season officially only opens on 1 December. The Gordon’s Bay Inshore Classic will be held on 19 and 20 November, and R95 000 worth of prizes are up for grabs. All boats are welcome to enter, as well as kayaks. I’ve received a request from the Gordon’s Bay Boat Angling Club in connection with the Tag and Release Trophy that has disappeared. The trophy, in the form of a fish, was donated by Freddie Stockigt about 20 years ago. It is carved out of wood and had some hooks and a tag in it, and was mounted on a wooden disc with seashells around the bottom. Freddie said the trophy has a lot of sentimental value, as the person who made it was a close friend of his and died shortly after making the trophy (the last one he made). If anybody has any information about this trophy, or knows its whereabouts, they may contact Freddie at 082 664 8798. • Call Art for all your reel repairs and services – all makes and models – on 021 854 3831 and keep sending your fishing news, reports and photos to bjridgway@telkomsa.net.

Gordon’s Bay Boat Angling Club angler Grant Shelton shows off a 70 kg yellowfin tuna caught on Patrick Christodolou’s boat, Magoofter, in the Canyon area off Cape Point recently. Grant said six fish between 65 kg and 90 kg were caught during the day, and they had two burn-offs, as well as six longfin tuna, in the 15 kg to 18 kg class.

TENNIS

ATLETIEK

Jonges lewer puik spel by Meesters ALTESAAM 64 belowende jong tennisspelers uit die Boland, Westelike Provinsie en omliggende provinsies het kragte gemeet in die Sportsman’s Warehouse Boland Mini Reeks Meesterstoernooi by die Strand-tennisklub op 30 Oktober en 6 November. Die spelers het puik enkelspeltennis gelewer in die seuns en dogters o.12, o.14, o.16 en o.18-afdelings. Volgens die organiseerders was

E Marx (SWD), dogters o.18, het teen L Gaigher (Boland) met 6-2, 6-2 gewen.

die gehalte van spel deurgaans puik en die finale uitslae was soos volg: seuns: o.12-finaal: M. Johnson (WP) klop P. Malan (WP) 6-2, 2-6 en 6-1; o.14: L.P. du Toit (Boland) klop F. van der Merwe (Boland) 6-1, 6-4; o.16: H. Thiersen (Boland) klop J.D. Malan (WP) 3-6, 7-5 en 6-3 en o.18: J. Luck (WP) klop H. du Toit (WP) 6-4, 6-3. Dogters: o.12: C. de Waal (Boland) klop B. van Zyl (WP) 6-3, 6-1; o.14: L. de Waal (Boland) klop B. Pienaar (Boland) 6-4, 6-4; o.16: K. Poluta (WP) klop R. v. Rensburg (Boland) 4-6, 4-1 (prysgegee) en o.18: E. Marx (SWD) klop L. Gaigher (Boland) 6-2, 6-2.

J. Luck (WP) het vir H. du Toit (WP) met 6-4, 6-3 in die seuns o.18-afdeling geklop.

Kampioene:

M. Johnson (WP), seuns o.12, het vir P. Malan (WP) met 6-2, 2-6 en 6-1 geklop.

San-Mari Zietsman en Jodri Oosthuizen van Hoërskool Strand was onder die uitblinkers by Paul Roos se atletiekbyeenkoms. Albei het goue medaljes gewen, San-Mari in die 100 m (o.15) en Jodri in die 90 m hekkies (o.14).

K. Poluta (WP), dogters o.16, het R. van Rensburg (Boland) 4-6, 4-1 (prysgegee) geklop.

CRICKET

L. de Waal (Boland), dogters o.14, het vir B. Pienaar (Boland) 6-4, 6-4 geklop.

Cricket king: Reece Buchan, Parel Vallei u.19 A cricketer, scored 108 runs against Vredenburg High School in a recent match played at Parel Vallei. The hosts scored 263 runs and then bowled Vredenburg out for 108. They won the match by 183 runs.

L.P. du Toit (Boland) seuns o.14, het vir F. van der Merwe (Boland) 6-1, 6-4 gewen.


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CRICKET

SWCC chalk up another convincing win SOMERSET West ended their two-day away game against Khayelitsha with a convincing 126 run win. The visitors were 20/1 overnight in their second innings and were leading by 102 runs, and lost only one more wicket in compiling a score of 145/2 before declaring at 11:10 on Saturday morning, having accrued a lead of 227 runs. Steve Southey, not out on 13 over night, went on to score 54 before being caught. Peter Baumeister scored 53* and Shaun Dicks 28* before the declaration came. Chasing a target of 228 to win Khayelitsha never really got going and lost wickets regularly until they were eventually all out for 101 at 14:15 after 32 overs. A Dakada top scored with 30. Brendon Simpson was the pick of the bowlers with three wickets for 13 runs while Steve Southey took 2/15 and Rudi Meyer 2/16.

The second team didn’t fare as well, and lost their two-day game against Bishop Lavis by 10 wickets on the A-field at Radloff Park. Somerset West batted first and scored 125 in their first innings with Sergio Hilario who top scored with 53. Bishop Lavis replied with 197. The best of the bowlers were Eshmail Gafieldien with 2/24, Gert Barnard (2/26) and Kane Correia (2/28). This left Bishop Lavis with a first innings lead of 72. Somerset West were only able to amass 117 in their second innings. Hilton Toro top scored with 23. This left Bishop Lavis with 47 needed for a win, which they accomplished in seven overs without the loss of any wickets. The third team lost their match to Cape Town Cricket Club by 17 runs on the B-field at Radloff Park.

CRICKET

Excitement abounds at HCDC EXCITING times await the Helderberg Cricket Development Centre (HCDC) in Somerset West with the appointment of a new coach and cricket clinics scheduled for December. The new coach at the HCDC is all rounder Aziz Temoor who is also a qualified leveltwo coach. Aziz is an all rounder who specialises in coaching leg spin bowling. Head coach at the centre Matthew Knott, said that he and Aziz would be presenting cricket coaching clinics at the centre from Monday 12 December to Friday 16 December. Matthew explained that groups would be limited to 12 boys with six boys per coach. On 12 and 13 December the clinics would cater for u.9 and u.10 boys from 11:00 to 13:00 and the u.11 and u.12 boys from 14:00 to 17:00. The u.13 and u.14 clinics would be on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 14, 15, 16 December. Clinics would be held from 09:00 to 13:00 on Wednesday and Thursday with Friday set aside for a match. “The cricket development programme

Head coach at the Helderberg Cricket Development Centre Matthew Knott (right), with Australian all-rounder/leg spin bowler, Steve Smith during a net practice session at Newlands just before the T20 match between the Proteas and Australia.

that we have been running together with the Umnqophiso Primary School in Lwandle for the past four years and will continue. “We do, however, still need sponsorships for this programme, so if anyone is able to help us could they please call the centre on 021 857 4241. “The HCDC is also involved in putting up three cricket nets at the Khanyolwethu Secondary School. These nets are being erected together with funds from the Western Province Cricket Association, Power Construction, Asla Construction and parents whose sons attend the HCDC,” Matthew said. He said he was thrilled to have been called by Paul Phillipson, Western Province’s director of coaching, to bowl to the touring Australian cricketers just before their first T20 match at Newlands. “It was a fantastic experience and I was able to talk to some of the players and coaching staff about coaching, fitness and batting, bowling and fielding techniques.” Matthew also mentioned that the HCDC u.13 team played in a recent u.13 provincial T20 tournament in Worcester where they finished third out of 14 teams. Four of the boys received awards for outstanding performances during the tournament. They are Liam Fresen, Matthew Slabbert, Charlie Budd and Franco Carstens. Liam Fresen, who has received coaching at the HCDC for a number of years, was also recently selected for the WP u.13 team. Matthew reminded all schools and clubs that the HCDC was open from Mondays to Saturdays from 09:00 to 20:00 for coaching. and schools and clubs could also rent nets and bowling machines at the centre, but bookings were essential. He thanked all the parents and everyone who used the HCDC facilities for their continued support. For more information about the HCDC phone 021 851 4241 or Matthew on 072 1819 046 or email info@hcdc.co.za or visit the website at www.hcdc.co.za.

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A Vital Run for a vital cause HELDERBERG child abuse centre Patch will hold the annual Vital Run at Lourensford Estate on 3 December. There are a variety of distances to choose from, the longest being the 21 km run, and the shortest a 4 km fun run. All finishers will receive a medal, and

there will be a wealth of entertainment on offer at the family market, which gets going after the various races. Radio Helderberg and SABC3’s Expresso Show, featuring Michael Mol and Liezel van der Westhuizen, will cover the event. For more details contact Amanda-Lea Jones on 021 852 6110.

Cape Town batted first and were all out for 59 runs. Jamie Ferreira took 3/5 and A Theron 3/17. In reply Somerset West could only make a paltry 42 on a pitch which proved difficult due to the wet weather. This coming week the first team play away against Kensington in their third twoday fixture of the season. They now have two wins under the belt after two matches and are going into this match confident that they can reproduce the form they started the season with. Their next few opponents should, however, provide more of a challenge and Somerset West should have a better test of their abilities over the next few weeks. The second team will be playing at home against Green Point over the next two Saturdays. It is hoped that several first and second team players will be returning to their re-

spective teams this week to strengthen the two top sides. The third team play Victoria this Saturday at home on the B-field and the fourths, whose game didn’t take place on Saturday as a result of a wet pitch, will play Strandfontein at home on the C-field. These matches are played over 35 overs and play starts at 13:15. All Somerset West Cricket Club members, former members and friends are reminded of the cheese and wine function to be held at the club on Thursday 17 November, from 18:30. A wine auction will be held in lieu of raising funds for the club and the committee would like to bring back former members and their families to the club as well see all current players and their families at the club. For more information about the function phone Andy Boyd on 082 4324 433.


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Adin carves into SA Junior Surfing win TALENTED Strand u.13 surfer Adin Masencamp proved his class by winning the 2011 u.13 South African Junior Surfing title. The Hurley South African Junior Surfing Championships took place recently at the world famous Durban surf break, New Pier. A determined and focused Adin had to take on defending champion Jordy Maree (WP) in the final. Adin had been preparing all year for this and showed from round one that he was not letting this title slide away from him. He surfed through four rounds, gathering a first place in each heat with near perfect scores in all. This allowed him to build momentum for the final, where he held nothing back – his surfing showed power, confidence and style. Adin showed his passion for surfing by turning the final day’s waves – twoto three-foot glassy lefts and rights – into his playground and claiming the SA Junior title. His win sent waves of excitement through the Boland team and to his family, and the news quickly

spread to Strand, where supporters were following the event online. A total of 150 junior surfers from nine provinces around the country competed at this year’s event, which got off to a flying start with perfect three-foot waves. Boland had three major standout surfers at the event – Anoush Zakarian, for one, surfed her way into the u.15 girls’ final and secured a fourth place in the finals. In the u.15 boys’ division it was rising Strand surfer Steffen Burrows who opened up his contest path with a convincing first place, which allowed him to work through four rounds of top class surfing to grab a well-deserved place in the u.15 boys’ final. But on the final day it was Max Armstrong (WP) who won the title, with Steffen taking a closely contested third place. Steffen and Adin have been selected for the Hurley Coach Me programme – they’ll be included in a squad that will receive international coaching from world champion Barton Lynch, as well as attend var-

ious training camps, preparing and grooming them to become elite international athletes. Other Boland surfers who excelled at the event were: Tristan Lev – u.13 boys’ semifinals; Bradley Roberts – u.15 boys’ quarterfinals; and Hilton Pelser – u.17 boys’ quarterfinals. In the Freedom cup challenge for top province at the event WP took top honours, with Boland taking an overall fifth place at the event but returning with a determination to focus on 2012’s preparation. The 2011 Boland Junior Team members were: u.13 boys: Adin Masencamp, Tristan Lev and David Burrows; u.15 boys: Steffen Burrows, Bradley Roberts, Milan van Rhyn, and Christiaan Olivier; u.17 boys: Hilton Pelser, Greg Visagie, Norman Lotz, Jean de Kock and Franklin Coleberg; u.15 girls: Anoush Zakarian and Tosca Wynand; u.17 girls: Chantelle Boshoff, Grace Steele and Tammy Wynand. The coach was Chantelle Rautenbach, while their manager was Hannes Stemmet.

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Adin Masencamp in action at New Pier, Durban, where he recently won the 2011 u.13 South African Junior Surfing title at the Hurley South African Junior Surfing Championships.

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Trophy triumph: Raithby Universals Rugby Club held its annual prize-giving function this past Saturday night, celebrating Raithby’s second team, who were the D League trophy winners for the season. Receiving the trophy on behalf of the team were (from left) Desmond Williams (coach), Joe Hendricks (captain) and Riedewaan Scheepers (manager). The club is now preparing for its 10th anniversary; more about the event will be revealed once everything is finalised.

Serious skills: Cheswill Africa was the club’s sportsman of the year. He attended the function with his fiancée Zonille Africa.

Bowling bliss: The first Hottentots Holland bowls tournament of the new season

Winners: The award recipients at the club’s prize giving function were (back, from left) Hildegard Sameuls (best administrator), Evan van Boom (most tries), Roland Fransman (best backline player, first team), Leon Phillips (best forward, third team), Joe Hendricks (most disciplined player), Rodney Belchem (most improved player) and Miley Daggia (best forward, first team). In front are Wayne Herbert (best backline player, second team), Cheswill Africa (sportsman of the year), Vernon James (best forward, second team), Adrian Gordon (player of the Year) and Safdien Barends (most overall points).

Pensioners play: Helderberg Bowling Club hosted the first Pensioners’ Tournament over four weekday mornings last week. The successful tournament, which was sponsored by Schonenberg Retirement Village, was won by a team from Kleinmond. Russel Masters (left), the retirement village consultant from Schonenberg, presented the winners’ prizes to Thys Smuts, Clive Warren, Wynand Neethling and Mike Fourie. Beside the teams from the Helderberg who participated in the tournament, bowling clubs from Hermanus, Kleinmond, Stellenbosch, Durbanville and Oakdale were also well represented.

recently concluded with the final being played at the Helderberg Bowling Club in Somerset West. The team from Gordon’s Bay were the eventual winners, and were congratulated on their success by the chairperson of the Hottentots Holland Bowls Club, Hennie Heyns (right). The happy members of the winning team are (from left) Marina Brink, Jenny Elliott and Johann Muller. The two earlier rounds of the tournament were played at the Gordon’s Bay and Strand clubs.


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Focus on Sir Lowrians Rugby Football Club THIS week we look at the Sir Lowry’s Pass-based Sir Lowrians Rugby Football Club. The club was formed in 1975 with the amalgamation of St Mathews RFC and Rangers RFC. The club’s colours are navy, white and red, and they are affectionately known by their fans as “The Navy Train’’. Sir Lowrians were always well respected in the lower leagues as a competitive outfit, but it was not until 2007 that the club, under coach Suleiman Moller, managed to win its first league title since unification of the Western Province Rugby Football Union in 1992. That season the club managed

to do so without losing a single match. The years 2008 (Division 2) and 2009 (Division 1) were also successful seasons for the club, winning promotion in both those seasons to end up in Premier B, where they have been competing for the past two seasons (ending second in 2010 and 2011). With the influx of quality players the club has managed to win the second team leagues under coach Kevin Brits, who will now be taking charge of the u.20 squad. The families Brinkhuis and Carelse have always been linked to the club, and more recently the Brits family. Former players of the club,

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namely George Brinkhuis (whose son Gemaine Brinkhuis coaches at Maties), Anthony Carelse and Chris Simons, to mention but a few, represented the Somerset Board team with distinction. Chris Simons represented this team on 57 occasions between 1981 and 1992. This past season saw the club break new ground, as it acquired well-respected former Springboks Wayne Julies and Quinton Davids as members. One of the many things the Sir Lowrians can be proud of is their multiracial make-up, with players and coaching staff from all walks of life and religions.

Over the past few seasons the club has produced many players who have gone on to represent the WP Disa team, and the coaching staff are hard at work to produce players to represent the union on a higher level. The club’s loyal sponsor is ASLA Magwebu, and the current executive is made up of John Brits, Hans Brits, Caroline Coetzee, Pat Hoko, George Brinkhuis, Daleen Hoko, Veronica Godfrey and Daleine Fortuin. Upcoming events at the club include the annual trophy presentations on 26 November. Practice sessions will start early in January.

ATHLETICS

SAC’s time trial results THE results of Strand Athletic Club’s (SAC) time-trial run this past Tuesday are as follows: Men’s 4 km: 1. Abre Jordaan 16:05; 2. Riaan Oostenbrink 16:25; 3. Stefan Diener 16:31; and 4. Jaswick Jordaan 17:26.

Women’s 4 km 1. Hannelie Naude 18:06; and 2. Lorra Leckie 21:35. The club’s time trials are run every Tuesday evening at 18:00 from the Charles Morkel Stadium in the Strand. All runners, members or not, are welcome to join.

GOLF

Daring dive: Helderberg Cricket Club’s first team slips show their delight after Malcom Stuurman (on the ground) takes a great catch during the team’s match against Fish Hoek, played at the Helderzicht sports grounds on Saturday. Cheering their team mate on his fine effort are (from left) Owen Thomas, Randall Hendricks , Adrian van Reenen and Mario Solomons. Helderberg won the match by 103 runs. See full report on back page. Photo: Peter Bee

On par: Strand Golf Club’s members are still grinning after the club’s parent-child golf competition this past Saturday. The winners of the four-ball Better Ball Stableford Competition, with a score of 47, were Chris Roberts (left) and son Andrew.

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Extra Time with Ryan THIS week I would like to pay tribute to the man you either love or love to hate, but cannot deny what he has achieved since arriving at Old Trafford some 25 years ago. The mere fact that Sir Alex Ferguson has been in charge at arguably the biggest club in world football for a quarter of a century is impressive enough in today’s high-pressure career of football management, where you know that every game could be your last. The work ethic of Sir Alex is incredible – to quote long serving player, Ryan Giggs, who said, “We arrive home at 04:00 in the morning from a European away game, and the next morning the manager will be first at training and the last to leave.” Ferguson has lifted more than 30 trophies in his time in charge, and many will feel that this season will be his biggest test to date, with the sudden rise of neighbours Manchester City, the current table-toppers of the Premier League and the team that recently beat

Fergie’s Reds 6-1 at Old Trafford. I would, however, like to perilously remind those with short memories who are hopeful of somebody else lifting the trophy this season that United traditionally get stronger as the campaign progresses, and that as long as Sir Alex is in charge, they remain one of the, if not the, favourites to still come out on top when May comes around. Every year rumours persist that the legend will finally step aside and allow a new manager to take the reins, but until that actually happens, opponents beware that the Manchester United machine will continue winning matches and collecting trophies. Please watch out for next week’s column, where I shall be picking a fixture for the weekend where readers can SMS their predictions and stand a chance to win prizes. For any comments, suggestions or questions please SMS 083 229 8583; every SMS will be replied to.

The author Ryan Kallis played football at local club De Beers for about 30 years and was also involved in managing various teams at the club for a number of years. He recently started a primary school league in the Helderberg and is the current coach at Beaumont Primary. His aim is to eventually become a professional coach and has already taken the first step by attending a SAFA eight-day Introductory coaching course.


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Helderberg’s slips and bowlers give a confident appeal during their match against Fish Hoek played at the Helderzicht sport grounds on Saturday. The home team’s players are Adrian van Reenen (bowler) and slips (from left) Malcolm Stuurman, Vincent Castle (captain) and wicket keeper/coach Mario Solomons. Photo: Peter Bee

HCC’s Botha out-spins Fish Hoek HELDERBERG beat Fish Hoek by a massive margin of 103 runs in their two-day fixture played at the Helderzicht sports grounds and which concluded on Saturday 5 November. Helderberg batted first on day one, last Saturday 29 October, and scored 159. At the close of play on the first day of play Fish Hoek were strug-

gling on 49/7. Fish Hoek continued their first innings this Saturday and struggled along until they ultimately reached 93 all out, giving Helderberg a 66 run lead. In their second innings Helderberg also battled but managed to score 95 runs, which left Fish Hoek with a target of 161 runs to win the match.

The top scorers for Helderberg were Malcolm Stuurman (41*) and Mario Bougaard (19). The visitors were unable to deal with the disciplined bowling attack and brilliant fielding of Helderberg and only managed to score 58 runs in their second innings. The home team’s new spin sensation Daniel Botha, was chiefly responsible for Fish Hoek’s early de-

mise. He carded excellent bowling figures of 5 wickets for 18 runs in the second innings of the match. With this win and the previous win against Avendale, Helderberg has shown that they mean business this season and plan to win the league. With performances such as these, they have proved to other teams that they are serious contenders for league honours.

Helderberg Cricket Club would like to remind all cricketers who want to join the club that it is not too late to do so and all newcomers will be welcome. Anyone interested in playing for Helderberg for the remainder of the season may join them at club practices which are held from 18:00 on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the Helderzicht sports grounds.


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