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DONDERDAG, 12 SEPTEMBER 2013

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Plakkers bedreig buurt DALEEN FOUCHÉ Inwoners van ’n deftige woonbuurt in Somerset-Wes leef in vrees vir die plakkers wat ’n verlate en vervalle huis in Andries Pretoriusstraat beset. Die huis word sedert 2010 verwaarloos toe dit onwettig op ’n veiling verkoop is en ’n dispuut oor die eienaarskap ontstaan het (“Terror lurking in Bellona Street”, DistriksPos, 28 Oktober 2010). Inwoners sê die situasie het egter oor die afgelope drie jaar “hand uit geruk”. Die inwoners van Bellonastraat (bure van dié huis), wat anoniem wou bly, sê daar was al drie keer ’n brand in die huis, dit word gebruik vir kriminele aktiwiteite soos dwelmgebruik en prostitusie, en het bygedra tot ’n reusetoename in inbrake in die buurt. “Daar word elke nag vure in die huis gemaak en als word weggedra.” Die gebou is ook reeds in 2010 as ’n gesondheidsrisiko deur die Stad Kaapstad verklaar en die eienaars is skriftelik vermaan om herstelwerk aan die huis aan te bring. Die huis is volgens inwoners in die buurt ’n historiese huis wat in 1926 gebou is. Inwoners vertel hoe hul elke beweging dopgehou word deur plakkers, wat bo-op die vervalle motorhuisdak klim en die buurt van daar af bespied. Een inwoner vertel hoe prostitute aan sy deur klop en geld eis omdat hy hulle glo geld skuld vir hul dienste. Tydens ’n besoek aan die perseel het die DistriksPos verskeie plak-

kers teëgekom. Een inwoner se frustrasie loop so hoog dat hy ’n vertrek aan die brand gesteek het, nadat hy ’n man met ’n tikpyp uit die vervalle kamer verjaag het. Die inwoners sê hulle is raadop met die toedrag van sake en voel asof hul vertoë aan die eienaar, polisie en stadsraad op dowe ore val, terwyl hul veiligheid bedreig word. “Moet daar eers iemand vermoor word voordat iets gedoen word?” vra ’n inwoner. Stuart Pringle, raadslid vir die gebied, sê die gebou is ’n prioriteit vir die Stad Kaapstad se Probleemgebou-eenheid. Hy sê die saak is tans op die hofrol, nadat die Stad Kaapstad die eienaar gedagvaar het vir uitstaande gelde om die eiendom te omhein en ook vir agterstallige munisipale rekeninge. Die Stad Kaapstad het ’n hek om die eiendom opgerig, wat herhaaldelik deur ’n plaaslike inwoner herstel is wanneer dit deur plakkers verwoes is. Die eienaarskap van die vervalle huis is ook weer eens onder soeklig nadat die maatskappy wat die huis besit, gederegistreer is. Pringle sê volgens die Stad Kaapstad se prokureurs lê die verantwoordelikheid van die gebou nou by die departement van openbare werke. ’n Plaaslike prokureur wat volgens die inwoners die eienaars van die huis verteenwoordig, kon met herhaaldelike oproepe na sy kantoor nie bereik word nie. Sover die inwoners se kennis strek, is die dispuut oor die eienaarskap afgehandel, maar ’n nuwe hofstryd woed tans tussen die partye om skadevergoeding.

Die bure van die verlate huis in Andries Pretoriusstraat, gaan stel ondersoek by die huis in. Ver­ skeie plakkers is tydens die be­ soek uit die huis verjaag deur die bure, wat vrees vir die vei­ ligheid van hul families.

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12 September, 2013

Protesters intimidate H’berg construction workers DELIAH BRINKHUIS The ongoing constructionworker strike led by the South African Federation of Civil Engineering Contractors (Safsec) which started last Monday is still disrupting the Helderberg. Protesters are spreading fear in the Lwandle area by preventing workers from exiting the area. The Lwandle Police said that they have been patrolling the area and have been on stand-by at various exit points, including the ones on the corner of the N2 and Hlathi Drive, Vulindlela Road as well as the corner of Vulindlela and Broadlands roads, Onverwacht Road and the railwayline behind Asanda Village. A number of employers have

told the DistrictMail that their employees have been unable to come to work.Violence erupted last week between protesters and residents and it was reported that a man had been stabbed. This week more residents from other areas of the Helderberg have reported that their employees have been prevented from coming to work. On Tuesday a Somerset West resident who employs a man from Lwandle as a gardener, said she had received a phone call from him, saying that he was not allowed to leave the area. The woman said she went to the exit point at the railway line behind Asanda Village and was told by protesters that she had to provide a letter confirming that the man was indeed a gardener and

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not a construction worker. Another Somerset West resident, employed at a local nursery, said her employer had been assaulted last Tuesday by a protester when he had dropped off workers. She said five of their workers who live in Lwandle were prevented from coming to work in the days thereafter. Lwandle Police spokesperson Const Mthokozisi Gama said no arrests have been made, but that they are investigating several cases of assault and theft. Gama said protesters target men on their way to and from work. He said two cases of public violence are also being investigated. Anyone with information that can aid their investigation can phone the Lwandle detective services on 021 845 2060.

MISSING: Jacobus Ben­ jamin Maans (47) was last seen leaving a friend’s house in Fern Street Strand on 27 July and has been missing since. Maans is Afrikaans speaking, 1,7 m tall and weighs about 85 kg. He was wearing a cream jacket, grey trousers and brown shoes at the time of his disappearance. People with information can phone Lt Col Franklin Plaatjies on 082 469 3359.

PETROLJOGGIES BY PLAASLIKE VULSTASIES STAAK: Plaaslike vul­ stasies is vandeesweek deur die landwye staking in die motorbedryf ge­ raak. Petroljoggies en ander werknemers by vulstasies en motorhande­ laars het van Maandag gestaak. Dit volg ná werkgewers nie aan onder meer eise soos dubbelsyfer­loonverhogings van werknemers, wat almal le­ de van metaalwerkersvakbond Numsa is, wou toegee nie. Hier is Tienie Brown, bestuurder van die werktuigkundige afdeling van Wesvaal Motors in Victoriastraat, Somerset­Wes wat self as petroljoggie ingespring het. FOTO: DELIAH BRINKHUIS


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Flinkdinker fnuik inbreker ILLANA FRANTZ

Die wit Isuzu­bakkie het Dinsdag langs die Lourensrivier in die modder vasgeval. Daar word vermoed die bande sou in die rivier gestort geword het.

‘Storter’ kom sy moses teë ILLANA FRANTZ Twee mans wat vermoedelik motorbande in die Lourensrivier wou stort, het hul rieme styf geloop toe hul bakkie in die modder langs die rivier vasgeval het. Dié prentjie het hom Dinsdag (3 September) langs Victoriastraat in Somerset-Wes afgespeel. Volgens Martin Geldenhuys, lid van die plaaslike buurtwag, het hy dié betrokke oggend omstreeks 08:00 met sy honde gestap. Hy het twee mans by ’n wit Isuzu-bakkie gesien wat vol motorbande gepak was. “Ek het hulle gevra wat hulle daar maak. Hulle het gesê dat hulle van Blackheath is en hulle probeer die bestuurder van die bakkie uit die modder help. Die bestuurder was glo weg om te gaan hulp soek.” Geldenhuys het egter nie die storie geglo nie en het toe die polisie en wetstoepassers gebel. Hy sê hy het snuf in die neus gekry omdat hy sowat ’n maand gelede ook motorbande in die rivier gesien het. Die mans het toe kort daarna die pad gevat en die “bestuurder” het ook

nooit sy verskyning gemaak nie. Geldenhuys sê sy grootste bekommernis met sulke aangeleenthede is die natuur. “Die rivier is ’n beskermde gebied en bande beskadig die rivier want dit is iets wat nooit opgebreek word nie.” Volgens Richard Bosman, uitvoerende direkteur van veiligheid en sekuriteit van die Stad Kaapstad, het wetstoepassers op die bakkie beslag gelê. “Die voertuig se registrasienommer en lisensiebewys stem nie ooreen nie en die voertuig se wettige eienaar kon dus nie opgespoor word sodat verdere stappe geneem kan word nie. Die saak word ondersoek.” Mense wat van storting aangekla word, sal in hegtenis geneem word en in die hof moet verskyn. Indien die verdagte skuldig bevind word, kan groot boetes opgelê word. Dit sluit in R2 500 vir storting en ook dan ’n addisionele koste van tussen R5 000 en R10 000 na afloop van die hofsaak vir administrasiekoste en ook om hul voertuie terug te kry. Insidente van storting kan by die Stad se afdeling vir veiligheid en sekuriteit by 021 596 1999 rapporteer word.

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’n Poging tot huisbraak is gefnuik deur ’n vrou wat flink gedink het deurdat sy ’n kombers oor ’n vermeende dief se kop gegooi en hom oorrompel het. Die voorval het hom omstreeks 03:00 op 27 Augustus in Nomzamo afgespeel toe ’n vrou deur ’n inbreker wakker gemaak is. Sy het opgestaan en ’n man met ’n mes in haar sitkamer sien staan. Sy het geskree en so haar huismaat laat wakker skrik. Die tweede vrou het ’n kombers gevat, die vermeende dief van agter bekruip en dit oor sy kop gegooi. ’n Stoeiery het ontstaan, maar die verdagte het losgekom en weggehardloop. Sy mes het agtergebly. Dié voorval is Maandag in die Strandlanddroshof aangehoor tydens die aansoek om borgtog van die verdagte, Makhayezi Magotla (24). Volgens die staat se getuie, speurkonstabel Siphiwo Nteta wat die saak ondersoek, sou dit beter wees om nie borgtog toe te staan nie, uit vrees dat die gemeenskap die beskuldigde te lyf sou gaan. Nteta het getuig dat Magotla later dieselfde dag danksy die vroue se goeie beskrywing in hegtenis geneem is. Staatsaanklaer Clement Abrahams het gesê in die belang van geregtigheid behoort die beskuldigde nie op borgtog vrygelaat te word nie. “Dit is ’n ernstige misdryf wat erger kon gewees het.” Abrahams was besorg oor die veiligheid van die twee vroue, indien die beskuldigde sou besluit om na die huis terug te keer. Landdros Karen Scheepers het gesê die gebied ly onder huisbrake en het die aansoek om borgtog afgekeur.


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DALEEN FOUCHÉ He sits back in his chair, stares out at the ocean and takes a breath before answering. “I do remember my first rescue.” Nigel Pepperell who is now the station commander of the National Sea Rescue Institute (NSRI) at the Gordon’s Bay Station 9, relates how his first rescue was also his first experience with tragedy and that the occupant of a car, that drove off a cliff, had died. But Nigel says even this tragedy did not deter him from staying on as an NSRI volunteer. He fondly remembers when he decided to follow a career at sea. He was a 39-year old accountant who just moved from Gauteng and was ready for a big change. Nigel says his love for the ocean and a need to give back to the community made the NSRI an obvious choice for him. Now, after 25 years of service, Nigel is preparing to step down next year. He is currently ensuring that he leaves a well-oiled machine behind. He says the two big challenges fac-

Nigel Pepperell at the NSRI Gordon’s Bay station. PHOTO: DALEEN FOUCHÉ ing an NSRI station commander, are to ensure there are enough trained volunteers to not only keep the station running, but to ensure there are backup volunteers with adequate training. The other big challenge, he says, is to ensure there is adequate funding for the station to be operational and ready to face any emergency. During his years of service Nigel had many memorable moments and remembers how the crew once helped a fisherman to catch a “decent size” kob that snapped the fishing line. In return, the fisherman gave a gener-

ous donation to the NSRI. But there were also more “traumatic” incidents. Nigel says one such incident was when the paddle ski club paddled from Macassar to Gordon’s Bay. When the paddlers reached Gordon’s Bay, one paddler was missing. Nigel says a search operation that included four helicopters was launched and as the day was drawing to a close and the search was to be called off, the paddler was spotted and rescued. He said it was incredible to see the crew work together, comfort and encourage the family of the paddler who was missing at sea. Nigel describes the feeling of saving a life as “humbling”. “When it comes to saving a life, it does not matter whether you’re rich, poor or even human, as the NSRI also tries to save the lives of marine animals.” Nigel’s love for animals is apparent in his living arrangements which is shared with his two dogs, four cats and cockatiel. He’s an accomplished businessman and is co-owner of a company that makes vinegar. His daily routine includes getting up at 04:00 to go jogging with his Dalmation and his favourite activity is cooking.

Verdagtes in Strand gevang met perlemoen Twee mans (32 en 34) is die afgelope Dinsdag in hegtenis geneem vir die besit en vervoer van perlemoen. Luidens ’n polisieverklaring het polisiebeamptes gedurende ’n roetine voertuiginspeksie ’n verdagte

blou Foton-bakkie opgemerk. Beamptes het omstreeks 20:30 die bakkie op die hoek van die N2 en Lourensweg afgetrek en deursoek. Altesaam 25 sakke perlemoen ter waarde van R562 000 is gekonfis-

keer. Volgens konst. Mbulelo Mafuna, woordvoerder van die Strand-polisie, is die saak na die provinsiale perlemoen-ondersoekspan verwys vir verdere ondersoek.

Nezaam Sonday, eienaar van SaveMore Meat Market in Ma­ cassar, by die leerlinge van Hoërskool Macassar wat by die koerante baatvind en hul onderwyser, Colleen Johnson.

FOTO: JOSEPH PETERSEN

Verskeie besighede borg koerante vir skole Ses Helderberg skole is reeds weekliks met tussen 20 en 60 koerante geborg met behulp van DistriksPos se Borg ’n skool-projek. Die projek wat vroeër die jaar van stapel gestuur is, het ten doel om geletterdheid en leesvaardigheid te bevorder, en terselfdertyd ook mense bewus te maak van gebeure in die gemeenskap. Die borge en skole wat tans hierby baat vind is: ) Nezaam Sonday van Savemore Meat Market borg Hoërskool Macassar; ) Melvin Isaacs van Mel-

vin’s Transport borg Hoërskool Zandvliet; ) Juan Olivier van Westcape Service Centre borg Hoërskool Hottentots Holland; ) M&L Distributors borg die Laerskool Hendrik Louw; en ) Clint Atson van Martin’s Funerals borg die Temperance Town en Rusthof primêre skole, asook Sencit Resthaven in die Strand. Besighede wat graag ’n skool of tehuis wil borg kan vir Joseph Petersen by 021 841 4296 of 083 300 0089 bel.


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Stroke support in dire straits DALEEN FOUCHÉ A local non-profit organisation (NPO) doing crucial work among stroke patients, is on the brink of closing its doors if financial help is not forthcoming. The Helderberg Stroke Support Group (HSSG) has provided support and rehabilitation to countless stroke patients throughout its 20 year of existence, but is now facing financial woes. Judy Cawood, treasurer of the HSSG, told the DistrictMail that the need for the services which the stroke support group provide is “massive”. “According to a local physician, there are up to 40 stroke patients per month at the local hospitals.” Cawood said there is a worldwide trend that strokes are becoming more prevalent, due to the rise in lifestyle diseases like diabetes and obesity. The HSSG currently hosts five weekly support meetings in various areas of the Helderberg, as well as a weekly speech class. Cawood especially asked the local businesses to support the HSSG with funding. Marian Engelbrecht, chairperson of the HSSG, said the organisation needs about R23 000 per month to survive. Expenses include transport costs for stroke patients, their office rent and the cost of a community rehabilitation coordinatior (CRC), to name but a few. Engelbrecht said the main reasons for the financial shortcomings, is the lack of funding from Lotto and corporate businesses. HSSG applied

Prediction of oak tree falling, is realised DELIAH BRINKHUIS DALEEN FOUCHÉ

Judy Cawood recently received a Paul Harris Fellowship award for her in­ volvement with the Helderberg Stroke Support Group. With her are district governor Mike Ochse and Marc Stuyck (past president of Strand Rotary Club). PHOTO: JAMEY THOMAS for Lotto funding in November 2012, but has not received any feedback. Engelbrecht added that corporate businesses used to donate money a lot easier, but the current economic climate has changed that. Nkosayesa Mpanga, a Lwandle resident who suffered a stroke, said he would not be the independent person he is today if it were not for the help of the HSSG. He said the HSSG is the only organisation that helps local stroke patients, especially in areas like Lwandle and Nomzamo, adding that in his neighbourhood alone there are 52 people who need help with transport and rehabilitation after strokes. Mpange often travels with Kissman Meje, who is a committee member of the HSSG and a paraplegic. Meje says transport is a massive challenge for stroke patients, espe-

cially those bound to a wheelchair. Mpange said some stroke patients can not get to the hospital for rehabilitation and are therefore completely dependent on HSSG for rehabilitation. He further explains that the community rejects stroke patients because they do not always understand their condition. “People get tired of helping you the whole time.” Mpange said the support groups had helped him to find his humanity once again. Cawood added that the HSSG has many plans to expand, but had to put all plans on ice, due to a lack of funding. “It is extremely frustrating.” The Helderberg Stroke Support Group thanked everyone who support the group. For more information about the Helderberg Stroke Support Group, visit their website on www.hssg.org.za or phone the office on 021 854 8118.

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The prediction of a Somerset West resident that an oak tree, estimated to be older than 100 years will fall over, has come true. The much loved oak tree, situated on the Lourens River embankment, behind the Pick n Pay Riverside Centre in Somerset West fell down during the recent floods. The tree is one of two oak trees, which in recent months, were supported by gabions when the Lourens River was widened next to Pick n Pay Riverside. Earlier this year, Drew Harington told the DistrictMail that he noticed the ground around the tree being eroded away for months. He expressed his concern about it, but there seemed to be no attempt to correct the situation (“Old oak tree may soon end up in the drink”, District Mail, 11 July 2013). John Clements, a Somerset West resident said the City of Cape Town had fixed the gabions once after the water level rose, but when the gabions once again seemed to “sink”, nothing was done for months. Councillor Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member for Transport for Cape Town, said it would have been preferable to have repaired the gabion before winter, but said “unfortunately”

it did not happened due to the contractor running into financial trouble and the lack of resources. He added that the City believed the gabion could withstand “normal” winter conditions. “The intensity and duration of rainfall during August contributed to the early demise of the tree.” When asked if the tree could be saved, Herron said it is “doubtful” whether the tree, if rescued and replanted, will survive. “The City has obtained specialist advice and will further investigate once the river has subsided to such a degree that closer inspection can be made.” Clements expressed his disgust at the situation. “Apart from depriving us of something of beauty, what a waste of money and effort.” Herron said because the Lourens River is a protected natural environment, all exotic trees had to be removed in the areas where flood alleviation was executed. However, as a result of numerous requests, a number of exceptions were made and the two oak trees were retained in the flood plain. “We have tried to be innovative in our approach, and other than this particular case, all of the other islands that have thus far been created have stood the test. The team has also been lauded for the decision to create these islands,” said Herron.


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Reaching out to cancer patients JAMEY THOMAS In December last year, Somerset West resident Alwyn Badenhorst (35) suffered a devastating loss; he lost his young wife of only two months to breast cancer. But instead of mourning 32year-old Helen’s death, Alwyn made the life-changing decision to honour her life and the person she was, and in so doing, also support other young women who are tirelessly fighting the battle with breast cancer. So earlier this year, Alwyn established the Helen Harder Foundation which aims to motivate and inspire such women and raise awareness around the disease. According to Alwyn one of their projects would be to provide women receiving treatment with a gift bag containing, amongst other things, toiletries, hand cream, lipstick, something to nibble on and drink, and general information on breast cancer. “With the gift bag we want to convey the message that we are here for you, and even your family members. “These women must know that they can contact us for help or support simply to make it easier on them,” explained Alwyn. However in order to do exactly this, Alwyn will complete one of the five big marathons which form part of the World Marathon Majors – the 40th BMW Berlin Marathon, Virgin Money London

Alwyn Badenhorst with his late wife, Helen (Harder) Badenhorst. Marathon, Tokyo Marathon, Boston Marathon and New York City Marathon – each year to generate funds. First on his list is the gruelling BMW Berlin Marathon to be held in Berlin, Germany on Sunday 29 September. This popular city-wide road race covers a distance of 42 km. According to Alwyn he decided to raise funds through running because of Helen’s love for the sport and being active. “Helen was a keen runner and cyclist. And despite receiving treatment at the time, she still completed the 2012 Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycling Tour with me,” said Alwyn. He also selected the Berlin marathon as the first to cross off the

list since Helen was originally from Berlin. Alwyn recalls how Helen moved to SA fifteen years ago to work as an au pair. They met in December 1998 for the first time, became friends and kept in contact. But when Helen returned to SA in April 2010 for a friend’s wedding, they realised that they had an “undeniable chemistry”. So much so that in June 2010, they decided that Helen would move to SA permanently and that they’d spend the rest of their lives together. However, in February 2011 Helen was diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer after finding a lump in her breast the month before. But, because of Helen’s positive nature she refused to allow the disease to define her or affect how she lived life. With her trust firmly in God and acceptance for the things she could not change, she managed to maintain her zest for life, even until her dying day. “It is with Helen’s outlook that I want to instill hope in others who are diagnosed with breast cancer. I want them to be inspired by Helen, and motivated to win the battle.” Alwyn hopes to one day be able to render some financial assistance to those women diagnosed with breast cancer who cannot afford the treatment. Anyone willing and able to offer financial assistance towards Alwyn’s goal, please phone him on 084 710 0219.

Take a fun walk for charity There’s still time for eager participants to enter into the DistrictMail’s first Fun Charity Walk to be held on Wednesday 9 October. The walk starts at 18:00 at the DistrictMail’s offices at 37 Mynhardt Street in Gants Centre, Strand. Local businesses are invited to join in the fun, enter as teams or even dress up in bright costumes. To add to the excitement, live updates on the day’s events will be aired on radio. Radio Helderberg will do live crossovers to their an-

nouncer who will be present at the event. Remember, great prizes for all will be up for grabs in the lucky draw. All proceeds from the Fun Charity Walk will go towards the DistrictMail’s Christmas Fund. Entry is R10 per person, and eager participants can see the entry form in previous publications of DistrictMail. For more information, phone Leza de Lange on 021 841 4267 or email her at leza.delange@helderberg.com.

AWS Helderberg Golf Day The Animal Welfare Society Helderberg will host their inaugural golf day on Friday 13 September. The organisation is hoping to make this an annual fund-raising event. The event which will start at 11:30, will be held at the Strand Golf Course and take the format of a four-ball alliance. This year it will be in memory of Mike Grobler, who with his wife Rona, made a valuable contribution to

the Society over many years. The AWS are grateful for the continuous support from local businesses, the public, volunteers and staff that enabled them to fulfill their role of caring for animals at their kennels and through their clinics. Support the golf day by entering a four ball, with a sponsorship or by donating a prize. For further information contact Moira Gouws at moira.aws@telkomsa.net.


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Morgenster kry goud Die plaaslike olyfolie-produsent, Morgenster, het ’n goud ontvang tydens die agtste SA Olive Toekennings wat op 21 Augustus plaasgevind het. Daar is vanjaar ’n rekordaantal olyfolieinskrywings geproe en beoordeel. Drie en veertig uitsonderlike olyfolies uit ’n totaal van 100 inskrywings het goue SA Olive medaljes ontvang. Verder is Morgenster ook gekies onder top20-olyfprodukte gedurende soektog na die Absa topvyf-olyfolies. Gerrie Duvenhage van Morgenster sê hy is baie gelukkig met die toekennings. Hy sê die geheim van hulle gehalteprodukte is ’n kombinasie van die regte kultivars. Voorts sê hy maak hulle die olie so gou as moontlik nadat die olywe gepluk is en verseker dat dit reg gestoor word. Duvenhage het ook die Lewenslange Presteerder-trofee ontvang saam met Leonard Arangies, Robert Claassens, Annemarie Ferreira, Louise Rabie, Benedetta Lami Zichella, Reni Hildenbrand, Kelly

PHOTO COMPETITION WINNERS: The winners of the DistrictMail/Kodak Express Superfoto competition for August are Carol Muller (second from left) and Hans Oosthuizen (third from left). With them are the managers of the Kodak Express Superfoto stores Jakkie Louw (left, Somerset Mall) and Miems Kruger (right, Waterstone Village). Howard Clark, the third winner for August, was working in Cape Town at the time the photo was taken. All three winners re­ ceived a R500 voucher from Kodak Express Superfoto stores. These are the final monthly win­ ners of the competition. The three overall winners will be announced in October.

Gerrie Duvenhage van Morgenster White en Annalene du Toit. Dié toekenning vereer diegene wat ’n waardevolle bydrae tot die plaaslike olyfbedryf lewer.

Community dance challenge If being skilled in the art of ballroom and Latin American dancing has always been a dream of yours, free dance lessons are up for grabs for a month from 16 September. Murray Horn from Dance Stars Helderberg is offering a month worth of dance lessons to the public. “There is no obligation afterwards and everyone is welcome to attend. The only ‘catch’ is, you must bring along one or more items that can be donated to the homeless, a children’s home or to animals in Helderberg,” said Horn.

A tin of food, a blanket, clothes or toys will be appreciated and people can join any time from 16 September to 17 October. Horn will start teaching beginner steps for everyone to feel comfortable before teaching the fancy stuff. A fun dance-off will be held at the end of the month for those who dare to and prizes for the most improved and best step, etc. will be up for grabs. Classes take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 19:00–21:00 in the Boat Angling Club, Harbour Island, Gordon’s Bay. For more info phone Horn on 084 434 5490.


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) Dankie aan Somerset Surgery se dames wat op Vrydag 6 Sep­ tember die wonderlikste sekreta­ resse­geleentheid aangebied het. Ons het bederf gevoel en dankie vir die geskenk. Daar is 19 Oktober ’n soortgelyke ope­ dag, en ek sal dit vir niks in die wêreld mis nie. Weereens baie dankie!

Helderberg’s NPOs need your support The Helderberg is well known for many wonderful things such as its mountains, beaches, wine estates and beautiful scenery. But what many people living here are quick to forget is that it is also the home of numerous non-profit organisations (NPOs) and charities that provide a range of essential services to the community and their animals. If some of these organisations had to cease to operate, many old, frail, ill and poor people who are unable to fend for themselves, would be left helpless and destitute. The harsh reality is that because these charities are non-profit based, they rely on government grants, donations and sponsorship from people and businesses within the Helderberg to continue operating. Unfortunately for some of them the government has for some or other reason stopped funding them and funding from the Lotto and the community has also dried up. This is forcing them to stop or seriously consider terminating their operations. One such NPO is the Helderberg Stroke Support Group (HSSG) who faces the very real threat of having to close their doors soon. See story on page 5. The HSSG needs about R23 000 a month to remain operational and render a vital service to the many people who have suffered a stroke. Many of them live in extreme poverty in rural areas, and the regular visits to people in these communities by the HSSG is the only assistance they receive. Without our help, this assistance may soon disappear.

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) To the lady in the grey Hyundai CFM 777**, why can’t you wait in line like the rest of us? Why is it ok for you to break the rules? Join the queue.

Jy’t ons hondjie doodgery en ’n onbeskryflike hartseer gelaat Op 29 Augustus om 19:30 is ons hondjie reg voor ons huis in Altenastraat dood gery. Hy het uitgekom terwyl ons ingery het en nie een van ons het gesien nie. Instinktief kyk ons vir voertuie wat kom, voor ons die hek oopmaak of die honde buite is of nie, daar was niks, so of jy moes gejaag het of jy moes uitgetrek het van ’n nabye huis. Ek glo van harte jy het gejaag anders sou jy betyds kon gestop het, of jy het vere gevoel en net aange-

hou met ry sonder om uit te swaai aangesien dit lig was in straat. Dit het alles in ’n kwessie van ’n minuut gebeur, jou gewetenlose verskoning van ’n mens kon ten minste gestop het. Ek verstaan dat ’n ongeluk ’n ongeluk is, maar jy het aangery asof niks gebeur het nie. Onthou net die wiel draai, wat jy saai sal jy maai. Klein Aggie wat elke aand warm geslaap het by my ma lê nou langs die huis onder die grond en nooit ooit sal ons hom

weer sien of met hom gaan loop of speel nie. Jy het ’n hele gesin gelaat met ’n leegheid en hartseer wat ek aan niemand kan beskryf nie. Dan vir julle wat dink Altenastraat is ’n resiesbaan, daar loop mense, kinders en diere rond. Dit is ’n woonbuurt, nie Killarney nie. Kan die munisipaliteit nie spoed dempers so groot soos berge opsit nie, iemand gaan nog baie seerkry.

INWONER, ALTENASTRAAT STRAND

Please cut the grass on open fields in Gordon’s Bay After the recent incident where the body of a woman was found in an open field (park) my concerns about the safety of people working in the complex were heightened. Because I stay really close to my work, I sometimes walk to work and I also enjoy jogging to the local gym where I pass at least eight open fields.

It now frightens me to see just how many open unkempt fields there are in the area. I know there is not much one can do about that except to try and maintain a clear, clean open property. I just feel that overgrown fields create more opportunities for trouble makers to hide and do bad

deeds. I am not sure who to ask for help in making Gordon’s Bay a safer by cutting the grass of these properties. So please, by means of this letter could you help me raise awareness about this matter? Thank you.

VANDUSCHKE CLOETE GORDON’S BAY

Dove shot dead in Woltemade Street with metal spike We recently found a severely injured dove in the road, unable to walk or fly. It had been shot in the back and a metal spike had penetrated right through its body and was protruding out the front. The poor creature must have suffered incredible agony, and fortunately died not long after we picked it up. The attached photos show the size. My concern is that there are several young children playing in Woltemade Street and what would

happen should one of them (or any other person or animal passing by) accidentally get hit? How do we know whether more birds are being targeted, with the bird sanctuary less than a block away? There’s also evidence of pellet guns being fired in the neighbourhood, using both plastic and lead pellets. Do parents know what “toys” their teenagers have?

CONCERNED RESIDENT STRAND

The dead dove with the needle which was protruding from its back.

Non­profit organisation robbed next to Radloff Park Our non-profit organisation (Inspired2Become) is currently involved with a community project at Radloff Park building a skate park right opposite the Shell garage in Lourensford Road. Someone broke into our container next to the park and stole all our building equipment (including

two generators). We’re now in desperate need to replace the equipment and need funds to buy new equipment in order to finish the park. We have had a number of people asking us when the park will be finished, but without equipment it will not be possible.

The skate park is very visible and many people visit it (whether they skate or not). For more information visit our website at www.inspired2become.org.

CHRIS VAN DER MERWE SOMERSET WEST (CELL NO: 072 9927 408)

) Residents of Somerset West wake­up! No criminal will stand in the row for porridge or soup and bread at the soup kitchen. Only long­term volunteers who came to know the people benefit­ ing from the Street People’s Cen­ tre may make any conclusion as to who the people are and what sort of “solution” will be “mutual­ ly beneficial”. Mr Chairperson, Stuart Pringle, I dare you to vol­ unteer twice a week for a month. That will be much more insightful than forms! Ex­volunteer with perspective ) Wil net ons stem voeg by Su­ sann Donnelly oor CUM Boeke se absurde prysverhoging by die koffiewinkel. Het self uitgestap verlede week by CUM Boeke. H Niemann ) A special word of thanks and appreciation to MediClinic Vergelegen; reception, A­Ward, theatre, H­Ward and the support staff for making my stay before and after my operation beara­ ble. Continue with your caring and friendliness. I felt safe and comfortable in your care. A spe­ cial word of thanks also to Dr F Wahl and his receptionist, Ellis. Last but not least, my family, friends and colleagues for all your love, care and support. Without you I will not be able to face this road to recovery. May God bless u all abundantly. Lorraine Meissenheimer ) To the person demanding an answer from the police, rather demand that answer from the shop whose trolley it is. They don’t lay charges against theft thereof and their answer to the SAPS is “Don’t worry, we have a budget for stolen trolleys.” So guess what? We the shoppers pay for those trolleys that the shops don’t care about. Speak to the shop managers. ) Baie dankie aan Wedderswill home owners van Sir Lowry’s Pass wat vir ons netbalklere en ­balle geborg het. Ons as Sir Lowry’s Pass Classic Netbalklub en United Stars Netbal waardeer en geniet dit.

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Algemeen General

12 September, 2013

LETTERS

Ripped off by electronics/cell repair shop in S West

The real sportsmen of the Helderberg On Saturday afternoon, being a little bored while standing on the Hamiltons tryline during the match against Helderberg played at the Morkel Stadium, I started watching a small group of local primary school kids having a game of touch rugby in the in-goal area. After a little while I noticed a young Hammies supporter, dressed in their kit, wearing new Adidas boots and with his name Nicholas on his back, approach the group and ask if he could also play. Being half the age of the group he was first interrogated and asked “is jy van Suid-Afrika”. Being English he didn’t really understand and quite frankly I don’t think Nicholas knew what he was, but he was invited to play.

I helped him tie his boot laces up and sent him on his way telling him not to get hurt, after which he proceeded to show me all his bruises and scratches from past experiences. On the field, Nicholas did not get the ball very often but fell on the turf many times (sometimes on purpose) and took great pride in running back to me and showing me the mud on his legs. To me, the real sportsman of the day wasn’t Hamiltons who thumped Helderberg or Helderberg who never gave up . . . it was this group of youngsters from the Strand, who helped make Nicholas’ day a memorable one. PETER BEE DISTRICTMAIL PHOTOGRAPHER

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goedere Vrydae van 09:00 – 12:00 by die Strand­dienssentrum in De Villiersstraat. 0 Estelle Marais: 021 854 4552. ) Die Turning Point­bediening in Georgestraat bied “Verander die Wêreld” van vandag tot 15 September aan. Vanaand word die rolprent To save a life om 19:00 vertoon. Almal welkom. Meer inligting of navrae, 0 evangelis Janine Marais: 082 436 8824.

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We would like to invite our regular diary advertisers to send us pictures of their events for inclusion in our Social or Diary section. THURSDAY 12 SEPTEMBER STRAND: ) ACVV Bright Lights together with ACVV Strand and ACVV Somerset West present their Street Warriors project in the Broadlands Park communi­ ty hall at 11:00. The project aims to shed light on the dangers lurking in the area for children who live and work on the streets, and what resources are available. All welcome. 0 André Putter: 021 851 2414. VRYDAG 13 SEPTEMBER STRAND: ) ’n Verkoping van goeie tweedehandse klere en

SOMERSET­WES: ) ’n Verkoping van goeie tweedehandse boeke elke Vrydag van 10:00 – 12:00 by die Gloria Bo­ tha Skool in Saratogasingel, Victoria Park. 0 Isabel Fourie: 021 801 2184.

I’m a well-known solo musician/entertainer living in Somerset West and frequently need to have my electronic music equipment (amplifiers/mixers etc) serviced. In the past I sent my equipment to a specialist music store’s repair depot in Cape Town and had to wait a few weeks to get it back. However, in conversation with the sales person in a local electronics/cell repair shop on Main Road, Somerset West I was assured that it was possible for them to service my noisy mixer/amplifier. I decided to take a chance and support local business instead of sending it to Cape Town. (Silly me!) After a few weeks I received the mixer back at the cost of R900, a bit steep for a service, I thought, but was told there were components that had to be replaced, so I coughed up. However, using the mixer two weeks later

at 19:00 for 19:30. Topic: Looking back on your journey, do you think you have moved forward in your grief? Where are you in your journey? 0 Alta Volschenk: 084 551 1349 or 021 856 0717 (email: aswannie@mweb.co.za). ) If you are living with someone whose drinking is affecting you or you are experiencing problems from having lived with an alcoholic relative or friend, there is help available at the Al­Anon family support groups. Meetings are every Monday at 20:00 at the St Paul’s Catholic Church hall in An­ dries Pretorius Street. 0 Jackie: 021 851 7660.

SATURDAY 14 SEPTEMBER SOMERSET WEST: ) The Dutch Reformed Church Helderberg in Fir­ mount Road holds their Clivia Display and Sale from 09:00 – 16:00. Entry free. Raffle ticket R5. Refreshments on sale.

DINSDAG 17 SEPTEMBER SOMERSET­WES: ) Die Helderberg Geestesgesondheid­onder­ steuningsgroep kom by die restaurant van Medicli­ nic Vergelegen byeen. Geniet ’n koppie koffie en toebroodjie van 18:00 af. Die vergadering begin om 18:30. Alle persone wat ondersteuning gee aan ’n familielid of vriende word hartlik uitgenooi. 0 Alta: 082 576 8218.

SUNDAY 15 SEPTEMBER SOMERSET WEST: ) The Somerset West Music Society presents a vo­ cal recital featuring soprano Vanessa Tait­Jones and pianist Pieter Grobler in the Somerset West Public Library hall at 16:00. Non­members: R60 adults, R30 students. 0 Essie Koekemoer: 021 856 1847 or 082 850 6954.

WEDNESDAY 18 SEPTEMBER SOMERSET WEST: ) WESSA (Wildlife and Environment Society of SA) holds a talk in the Somerset West Public Library hall at 19:30. Take a journey with Peter van Oudts­ hoorn through South America and enjoy its beauty and culture. 0 Cecilia Wolmarans: 082 368 9515.

MONDAY 16 SEPTEMBER SOMERSET WEST: ) The Compassionate Friends, supporting fami­ lies following the death of a child, sibling or grand­ child, meet in the Mediclinic Vergelegen restaurant

GORDON’S BAY: ) The Gordon’s Bay Lions Club meet at 19:30 on the rugby field in Roos Street every third Wednes­ day of the month. More information, Paula Lang: 0 082 896 8913.

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I realised the problem had not been fixed and it was still making noises. When I returned the unit to the store the original sales person told me to take it directly to their other store further up Main Road where they had their workshop. I left the mixer with them for a further two weeks and was notified that it was ready for collection. They insisted that I pay another R650. When I returned home and tested the mixer I found it was still making intermittent noises. I took a video with sound recording of the noisy mixer/amp through my speakers (not trusting them with the unit again) and returned to the shop where I asked for a partial refund. They refused and I am R1 550 out of pocket. Well, you live and learn, I guess. GUY FELDMAN SOMERSET WEST


10 DistrictMail Beaches from Strand to Gordon’s Bay free of rubbish

Leefstyl Lifestyle

12 September, 2013

This past Saturday got off to a misty start, but that did not stop eager Helderberg residents to show up in large numbers to clean the beaches of Strand and Gordon’s Bay. The day was made possible by ShowMe Helderberg, a local community website and Clean C, a non-profit company in Cape Town, who joined their forces to expand the Strand Beach Cleanup to include Gordon’s Bay. “It is estimated that around 1,5 tons of trash was cleared from the Gordon’s Bay beach alone. The cleanup was supported by young and old, including members of the Gor-

Attendees of the Strand and Gordon’s Bay Beach Cleanup which took place this past Saturday with all the rub­ bish they collected.

Heritage celebrations with Olivier Chef Reinette HansOne of Cape Town’s mann will prepare a best loved food and lavish buffet for wine fundis Michael guests in the Olivier, will attend Seventeen07 restauthe Erinvale Estate rant. Tickets are R175 Hotel and Spa Heritper person and it takes age Month celebraplace from 12:00 on tions. Tuesday 17 SeptemMichael will remiber. To book, phone nisce about growing Valencia on up on a wine farm 021 847 1160 or email where he learnt all Michael Olivier conf@erinvale.co.za. things good about ) Two lucky DistrictMail Cape cooking at his grandma’s side. A passionate foodie and en- readers can each win two tickets tertaining storyteller, Michael to this prestigious lunch. The will also talk about his best selling first two callers to phone Valenbook, A Restaurateur Remembers. cia on the above number, will be the winners. Signed copies will be on sale.

don’s Bay Neighbourhood Watch, The Gordon’s Bay Residents Association, The Gordon’s Bay Business Forum, and various other local businesses,” said Marla Nortjé from ShowMe Helderberg. Nortjé added that a word of thanks go out to councillor Johan Middleton and the City of Cape Town for their support, the sponsorship of the bags and their assistance with organizing a special trash pick-up from both beaches. The Beach Cleanups will take place on the first Saturday of every month starting at 09:00 in Gordon’s Bay and at 10:00 in Strand. For more information, phone Nortjé on 082 410 4004 or send an email to marla@showme.co.za.

An evening with oom Schalk Lourens An evening of Bosman and Boerekos, with story teller Dorian Haarhof donning the hat of South African literature’s best-loved veld philosopher, oom Schalk Lourens, takes place on Thursday 19 September. Dorian is a writer, story teller, mentor and speaker. He will regale guests with tales of oom Schalk’s antics with leopards, stargazing, peach brandy, love potions and marathons. Piano accordion maestro Henk Cerfonteyn will set the musical tone for the evening. Span in the ox wagon and go to The Farmhouse Coffee Shop in Somerset West at 18:30. A ticket of R150 will buy you a three-course meal with wine. A cash bar is also available. All funds raised from the evening go to supporting the care of Helderberg Hospice. For tickets, phone Patricia McNaught Davis on 082 731 5736.

Prepare for an evening of Bosman and Boerekos in aid of Helderberg Hospice.

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DistrictMail

Vermaak Entertainment

12 September, 2013

‘Street Car’ coming to Playhouse For the first time ever, the American classic and Pultizer Prize winning play – A Streetcar Named Desire, one of the worlds top-ten most famous plays – comes to Somerset West.

Members of the cast are at the back (from left) Yasmin Martin, Nick Hosking and Dylan Damonse. In front is Lizelle Gouws, Marli de Wet and Francois Denyssen.

The play, presented by Carnivals of the Heart (Fiela’s Child, Shirley Valentine, Romeo and Juliet) will be performed at the Playhouse Theatre from Thursday 12 September. Disturbed southern belle, Blanche DuBois moves in with her sister in New Orleans and is tormented by her brutish brother-inlaw while her reality crumbles around her. The play makes powerful statements about the working class, alcoholism, gender roles, love and marriage. Directed by Darryl Spijkers, this production makes use of

Gig Guide smoky New Orleans Jazz and blues to capture the unique atmosphere of the time. Dance is choreographed by Verne Osmand of Outline Dance Studio with dancing by Lizelle Gouws (Dances After Dark, Balletopia) and Gary Swart. On Saturday 21 September the final show will showcase two endings. One, the original scripted end and the other will follow the 1951 film version ending which offers a different angle on the characters’ demise. The show runs with a preview gala performance on 11 September with the official opening night on 12 September and again on 13, 14, 19, 20, and 21 at 19:30. Tickets can be booked through Computicket at R70 but are also available at the door.

Choral songs revisited The band Choral Total will have their South African debut at the Somerset West Baptist Church on Saturday 14 September. The founder of the band Alexander Jacobi has based his arrangements on well-known old choral tunes and sacral anthems. He has now chosen some of Somerset West’s finest musicians to join him in this quite challenging music project. Saturday’s show will feature special guests Jeanie Kelly (flute) and Helene Henn (vocals).

Jacobi says his aim is to maintain the spiritual depth of those musical gemstones from geniuses like Bach and Mozart or poets like Paul Gerhardt, while fitting them with a new and musically interesting garment. The concert starts at 19:00. Refreshments will be served during the interval. Entrance is free and donations are welcome. To book or for more information, phone Jacobi on 082 752 4355 or send an email to s.a.jacobi@project-jesus.de.

SOPRANO AT MUSIC SOCIETY: The next concert of the Somerset West Music Society takes place on Sun­ day 15 Sep­ tember. Vanes­ sa Tait­Jones (soprano) will perform a vo­ cal recital, with piano ac­ companiment by Pieter Grobler. Fea­ tured compos­ ers include Samuel Barber, Leonard Bern­ stein and Richard Strauss plus operatic ari­ as by Dvorak and Verd. The concert takes place at 16:00 in the Somerset West li­ brary hall. Non members can buy tickets at the door at R60 for adults and R30 for students. Phone Essie Koekemoer on 021 856 1847.

Market for all The Wild Clover braai-themed family market and braai day takes place on Sunday 15 September. It offers a special experience to celebrate the return of South Africa’s outdoor season. There will also be a cook-off with exciting prizes to be won, judged by chef extraordinaire Peter Goffe-Wood. For more information, phone Sue Northam on 072 118 6649.

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The band Choral Total (from left) are Jeane Combe (drums and percussion), John Ralphs (guitar), Duncan Combe (bass, double bass) and Alexander Jacobi (piano and keyboards) with their musical role model Bach.

) Friday 13 September – The Akkedis band returns to the Helder­ berg after touring Germany. Their first per­ formance is at Bertie’s Moorings in Gordon’s Bay at 21:00 and entrance is free. – The Band 3D is live at Picasso in Somerset West from 20:30. Phone Derek on 083 475 2170 for more information. – Well­known and sought­after duo, The Professors are putting in a first appearance at Springbok Blues Theme Bar in the Gants Centre at 19:00. ) Sunday 15 September – Natasha Meister will be performing at Bertie’s Moorings at 18:00. Entrance is free. ) Wednesday 18 September. – Pieter Naudé, the brother of singer Juanita du Plessis, is live on stage at the Springbok Blues Theme Bar in the Gants Centre at 20:00. Tickets are R30. Phone 021 854 7787 to book..


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Sosiaal Social

12 September, 2013

District Socials

Stuur alle sosiale foto’s na / Send all social photos to: | illana.frantz@helderberg.com

Support Helping Hands

From left is Pam Green, Joan Bisogno, Eddie Green and visitor Pat Mellish.

Best buys at welfare fete Many Helderbergers in search of bargain buys made their way to the Animal Welfare Society Helderberg’s fundraising fete at their offices in Reitz Street, Somerset West on Saturday 7 September. There were various stalls with a variety of goods on sale.

Sue Da Paixao, Nicole Da Paixao and Annie Vermeulen had a toys, craft and pets stall, which was a hit with all the young visitors.

PHOTOS: JAMEY THOMAS

Moses Philander and Endeline Hendricks brought Janine and Jayden Witbooi along to the fete.

Kerke / Churches

Single Parents Helping Hands, an independent, non-profit organisation established in February 2010, recently hosted an event at Hendrik Louw Primary School in Strand. The organisation helps children on a monthly basis with toiletries, clothes, school books and school expenses, like camping trips and matric farewell expenses. The event was well attended and a huge success. For more information or if you would like to donate, phone Trudy Coetzee on 078 864 3664.

Anja Blom and Caren Fourie.

Some of the guests who attended the Single Parents Helping Hands event.

From left are Mel and Meagan Vos, Lize de Jongh, Sophia Wessels, Karin van Veijren, Helena Gerber, Tutsie Ferreira and Kika van der Merwe with Jessica Cloete and Margot du Preez in front.

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Evening Service & Clairvoyance Every Sunday at 7.00pm Clairvoyance evening every last Thursday of month at 7.00pm

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Here is Moira Gouws with happy customer Ivana Mecene­ ro.

Lions Hall, New Street, Somerset West 021 851 5580 021 852 3308


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Sosiaal Social

12 September, 2013

District Socials

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Stuur alle sosiale foto’s na / Send all social photos to: | illana.frantz@helderberg.com

Helderberg goes big on Casual Day Helderbergers went big for this year’s Casual Day, which was celebrated on Friday 6 September. For a donation of R10 in exchange for a sticker, participants could wear a big hat or a big wig, a big pair of pants or anything else big. All proceeds made on the day will benefit a number of organizations for people with disabilities. ) See more photos at www.districtmail.com.

René Alexander and Amaal Witbooi showing off their big affros.

LIVE RADIO BROADCAST: DJ on Goodhope FM Stan Mars (second from left) and his team recently broadcast live from the Shoprite Centre in Somerset West. Councillor Victor Isaacs (third from left) is here with the team (from left) Daylin Oliver, Mars, and Vania Cloete­Collison. The girls from Vinimark Trading had a great Casual Day spirit. From left are Chan­ tel Bosman, Carla Strydom, Riana Hane­ kom, Lizel Mentoor, Barbara Louw, Judy de Bruin, Marishca Pietersen, Henriette Frank and Elreece Morris.

DistrictMail’s Deon My­ burgh and Elsabé Retief on Casual Day.

80TH BIRTHDAY: Frank Katts (second from right) celebrated his 80th birthday on 2 September with family and friends. With him is his daughter Jessica Gordon, son Lawrence, wife Roma, and son Cecil. Katts’ eldest son Franklyn was absent due to illness.

This group from Medi­Vibe Fitness Studio went all out. At the back (from left) are Dean Strydom, Maryna Brits and Maureda Klein with Annelie Nel kneeling in front.

HAVE YOUR SAY! 2013/14 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) AND BUDGET TIME-SCHEDULE The City of Cape Town will commence its process for reviewing the 2012 – 2017 five-year plan (IDP) and the drafting of the 2014/15 Budget. This will be the second review of the term of office plan which was approved by Council on 28 May 2012. The 2013/14 IDP and Budget time-schedule outlines the activities that will be followed in drafting the 2014/15 Budget and amended IDP. The aim of reviewing the IDP is to ensure that municipal planning considers the assessment of its performance measurements and the extent that changing circumstances so demand. The public participation activities can be summarised as follows: Date November 2013 February 2014 March 2014 April 2014 May 2014

Details Public to comment on the amendments to the 2012 – 2017 IDP document Community participation in reviewing the performance management system with regard to key performance indicators and setting of targets Public to comment on 2012/13 annual report Tabling of draft 2014/15 reviewed IDP and 2014/15 budget before Council Council to consider the annual report and adopt the 2012/13 oversight report Publication of the 2012/13 oversight report Public comment and input on the draft 2014/15 Budget Council to approve of amendments to the 2014/15 reviewed IDP and 2014/15 budget

June 2014

Public notification of approved 2014/15 budget and reviewed IDP

July 2014

Publication of 2014/15 Corporate Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plans (SDBIPs)

Copies of the detailed 2013/14 IDP and budget time-schedule will be available at all subcouncil offices, libraries and www.capetown.gov.za/en/IDP/Documents/2013_14_timeschedule.pdf. For more information on the 2013/14 IDP and budgeting process contact tel 021 400 9808; fax 021 400 4909; or e-mail idp@capetown.gov.za.

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 138/2013

Garry Ahnie, Linda Niemöller and Dianne du Preez, staff members at Aanhouwen Work and Care Centre for Mentally Handi­ capped Adults in Somerset West.

Alice Coetzee and Marilyn Ribeiro got all colourful.


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Sake Business

12 September, 2013

"USINESS -!), RUBRIEK

Lifestyle houses planned Belê in ‘n aandeel wat jy ken – Naspers for Sir Lowry’s Pass DALEEN FOUCHÉ A new lifestyle housing development is in the pipeline that could see Ingwe Wine Estate, situated in on the Sir Lowry’s Pass Village Road, transformed into an urban area. EnviroAfrica, on behalf of Ingwe Wine Estate (Pty) Ltd is applying, in terms of NEMA (National Environmental Management Act), to the Western Cape provincial authorities for environmental authorisation to develop 234 housing units and associated infrastructure on 40 hectares. The site is situated about 3 km from Mediclinic Vergelegen. A similar proposal, with a higher density, was proposed two years ago, but was withdrawn after in-

terested and affected parties opposed the density of the proposal, which planned for 10 units per ha. Jaco Louw, the project developer, says the housing proposal for Ingwe Wine Estate that was submitted in 2011, included the development of 400 housing units. The current proposal for 234 units comprises six units per hectare. “The application currently reflects a density that is regarded as appropriate for the area.” Ingwe Wine Estate will also lodge an application to the City of Cape Town to subdivide and rezone the property from agriculture to residential area. Louw says the 40 ha is not appropriate for agriculture, as there is no irrigation for that stretch of land. He says at present the area is being farmed at a loss of R500 000

per year. Louw says the land produces limited produce at around six tons per ha. “The site is ideal for development, it has beautiful views of the mountains and sea. Some of the vineyards will be retained, adding to the ambiance of a home in the winelands.” Louw says this is why an alternative plan had to be devised. He described the proposed development as a lifestyle security estate with a rural feel to it. Interested and affected parties are invited to have their say about the proposed development before 30 September. To register as an interested and affected party with regard to the authorisation to develop the property, send your comments and contact information to admin@enviroafrica.co.za.

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Book now to meet like-minded business people, make new contacts and get time-saving tips on using computer shortcut keys for your laptop or PC at Cape Business Connect Networking Breakfast on Wednesday 18 September from 08:00 to 09:30 at The NH Lord Charles Hotel. “Studies calculate that using keyboard shortcuts allows you to work 10 times faster than working with the mouse,” says CBC’s guest speaker Debbie Laubscher of iSimplify. Call 082 454 9475 or email helderberg@capebusinessconnect.co.za to make a booking. All business people welcome. Costs are R110 for members and R140 for non-members.

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Bykans elke huishouding gebruik vandag op een of ander wyse ’n produk van Naspers. DSTV en Multichoice (M-Net) is seker een van die bekendstes. DSTV het ’n blootstelling in 48 lande wat bykans 7 miljoen huishoudings insluit. Hierdie gedeelte maak 40% uit van Naspers se inkomste. MWeb is seker een van die bekendste internet diensverskaffers wat deur Naspers begin is. Die meeste van ons het al iets deur Kalahari.com gekoop, en as jy nie van die produk wat jy gekoop het hou nie, kan jy dit altyd weer op OLX verkoop – albei Naspers-handelsmerke. Ons almal lees van tyd tot tyd Die Burger, Raport, Sarie, Huisgenoot en You. Hierdie tydskrifte en koerante is ’n deel van menigte huishoudings se leefstyl. Hierdie gedrukte media maak omtrent 15% uit van Naspers se inkomste. In 2001 het Naspers ’n belang van 46% gekoop in ’n klein Chinese maatskappy genaamd Tencent. Hierdie maatskappy bied ’n eenstopdiens vir hul kliënte met betrekking tot aanlyn-aankope,

kort boodskappe, rekenaarspelletjies, advertensies en ook ’n soekenjin. Die laaste jaar alleen het Naspers bykans R4,5 miljard bestee om hul e-commerce en betaal TV operasies in Afrika uit te brei. Die aandeelprys van Naspers het in die laaste jaar amper verdubbel van R470 na R870. Die aandeel bly steeds baie duur, maar dalk vir ’n goeie rede. Naspers het ’n baie goeie bestuurspan onder leiding van Koos Bekker. Die gevoel is dat hulle die maatskappy steeds kan druk na nuwe hoogtes. Naspers het genoem dat hulle steeds besig is om nuwe geleenthede in ontluikende markte te soek. Hulle wil spesifiek aandag aan e-commerce-gedeelte gee. Met die koms van tablette en slimfone is dié speelveld wawyd oop, en Naspers is dalk reg geposisioneer om voordeel daaruit te trek. Ons by PSG Somerset Mall het lank reeds hierdie aandeel vir ons kliënte gekoop en pluk nou die vrugte daarvan. Wag dalk dat die aandele se prys so ’n bietjie afkom voor jy net inspring. Let op dat hierdie nie advies is nie, en dat jy liewer met jou finansiële adviseur of ons moet praat om te verseker dat jy die regte ding doen.

Heinn Havinga PSG Portefeuljebestuurder 0 021 851 3353 2 heinn.havinga@psg.co.za

Deel jou nuus Het jy enige nuus oor plaaslike besigheid in die Helderberg omgewing? Die Distrikspos nooi lesers uit om hul nuus, foto’s en inligting oor die plaaslike sake-omgewing te deel met die Distrikspos vir hierdie sakeblad. Stuur jou bydraes na Daleen Fouché by daleen.fouche@helderberg.com of bel 021 841 4263. Besoek die Distrikspos se webtuiste, www.distrikspos.com vir die nuutste sakenuus en omjou sakebyeenkomste op te laai.


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GARRY TERRANCE QUINN 11/11/1956 - 6/9/2013 May the good Lord bless and keep you, eventhough you're far away. May He hold you & go with you all the way. In loving memory of our great son, brother, brother in-law & uncle. Rest in Peace Mom & Dad, Craig, Liz, Lynda-May, Terry, Barbara-Jane & Brendon. Private Ceremony will be held. HENDRIETTE FURNELL Passed away 8 September 2013. Her wish is for you to join, a wake in the waves, a circle on the beach in memory of her passing over. Friday the 13th September at 10h00 a m . a t t h e S t ra n d Lifesaving Club Strand. Barbara, Renaldo, Dali Bo and Deon. Contact: 082 564 3251

ARMSTRONG EFRAIM (BOET) 04-04-1940-3-9/2013 Sag heengegaan, word diep betreur deur sy vrou, kinders, kleinkinders en agter kleinkinders. Begrafnis diens vind plaas op Saterdag 14Sep vanuit Spadereen Sending, Hoek van R102 en Macassar Weg om 8:30 by huis en 9:30 by kerk. DAVIES: Chris 13.02.1956 - 04.09.2013 Passed away suddenly, but peacefully. Lovingly remembered by his wife, children, family and friends. Memorial service to be held on Friday 13/09/2013 at 11h00 from the Somerset West United Church. In lieu of flowers, donations to Sunflower fund would be appreciated. Private cremation.

Clint Atson 326 Main Road Somerset West Tel. 021 851 1592 084 416 0045 (24 Hours)

DANIEL PETER JACOBS (Daantjie) On Sunday the 15th Sept would've been your 70th birthday, still miss you so. No farewell words were spoken, no time to say goodbye. You were gone before we knew it, and only God knows why. Our hearts still ache in sadness, and secret tears still flow. What it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. Lovingly remembered by wife, children & grandchildren.

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LOST DOG - Last seen on the 31st October at Radloff Park. Brindle StaffieX, white chest and paws, long legs and a long tail. Very friendly dog. He is 2 years old and went missing with our Husky, we have our Husky back but not our Staffie. He does have a microchip so if anyone does have him or knows where he is, please contact Robyn cell 072 479 9742 or take him to Animal Welfare. We will offer a REWARD, we just want our boy back please!

PERSOONLIKE DIENSTE PERSONAL SERVICES QUINN - GARRY 11.11.1956 - 06.09.2013 It's with great sadness that Garry passed away suddenly. He always held his dignity and was a true partner and will be sorely missed. RIP. Private cremation. Graham

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In Memoriam DE WEE ESTELITA 19/2/1971 - 5/9/2013 Gedenkdiens vanaand om 19:00 in Mark Arendse Saal te Gustrouw, Strand. Begrafnisdiens vind plaas op 14 Sep 2013 te 11de Straat 42 Strand om 8:30 & 10:00 by VGK Kerk 3de Straat Strand. GARRY TERRANCE QUINN 11/11/1956 - 6/9/2013 May the good Lord bless and keep you, eventhough you're far away. May He hold you & go with you all the way. In loving memory of our great son, brother, brother in-law & uncle. Rest in Peace Mom & Dad, Craig, Liz, Lynda-May, Terry, Barbara-Jane & Brandon.

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LINDSAY JUDGE Forever in our hearts. A true gentleman and friend. "Your end, which is endless, is as a snowflake dissolving in the pure air." Joanne, Cindy and Michelle Sleigh K

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JUMP 4 HIRE Jumping Castles and slides for hire. We deliver, erect and collect. Ph. Christo 083 566 3061. JUMP 4 JOY! Jumping castles, shark slide, funhouse, Gladiator boat, Tropical Island, Ball ponds, Water slides, ( Helene Cloete 082-222-0859.

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Soek dame vir uitstappies. Moet fiks en kind van die Here wees. Ouderdoms groep ± 65-75 jaar. Antw alleen. Posbus 4021 Somerset Wes. .SPRING. DANCE COURSE 50% off. R249 (for 2 people) incl 8 classes. Learn the latest Ballroom & Latin dances 'Quickly & Easily' Murray 0844345490 ST JUDE'S NOVENA May the Sacred Heart of Jesus be adored, glorified, loved and preserved throughout the world now and forever. Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us. St Jude worker of miracles pray for us. St Jude patron of hopeless cases pray for STORAGE: 88 ON MAIN us. Say this prayer 9 times LAMPSHADES STRAND a day by the 8th day your Re-cover & new. 24 Hours security prayer will be answered. Also re-wire. Armed Response Say it for 9 days. It has The Lampshade Studio, 34 Secure Units from R300 never been known to fail. Shop 6, SSW Decor Centre. per month plus Vat Publication must be Tel: 082 768 5100 Contact: Gerhard promised. Thank you St 021 8418556 Jude. Special thanks St. gnel@rolagrp.co.za Rita Granny V.M

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12 September, 2013 TOWNSHIP ANIMAL RESCUE will be at the Audacia Root 44 Market, (cnr R44 and Annandale Roads) on Sat. 14 Sept and Sun. 15 S ept with beautiful dogs, cats & kittens of all shapes, sizes and ages from 11:15-2pm. Foster or permanent h o m e s d e s p e ra t e l y needed and a piece of land to rent on which to house our rescued dogs. Tinned dog and cat food urgently needed. Without this we will have to close down and many dogs and cats will suffer in the townships. Tel. 021 855 1824 or 084 423 5991 for more info. www.townshipanimalrescu e.co.za

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WE BUY BEDDING, LINEN, Curtains, baby/children clothing, Tv's, fridges & any 1X 4kw generator, 1x household items. De Wald Radial arm Ph. 084 989 6712 saw, 1x1,5m Press Drill, 1x Wooden Lyth, 1x Bonag Band saw, 1x EMBUIA, S t i n k h o u t , Dumpy level staff & Geelhout en Swarthout asook tripod, 1x8mx14m truck meubels gesoek, canvas, 1x Fridge, 1x " Q u e e n A n n e " & Working bench with "Victoriaanse" sitkamervice, 1x Bosch kango stelle. Kontak Freddie by hammer, various tools 8543998 of 082 9237 283. & tool boxes. V i e w i n g o n appointment only. Call 0764807440 Koffiemeul, vleismeul, r o o m a f s k e i e r , botterkarring, Fxo Renfiets, houtvaatjies en nog meer te koop. Skakel 0840739888 vir verdere inligting. SHOPRIDER for sale. Blue 4 wheel (Model J30TL Voyager 3) with basket. Only used 6 times. Battery operated (re-chargable). Weight capa-city 100kg. Price R10 000 (new price for same model R16 000). Contact Annatjie Schwartz 072 9388 377 or 021-854 7118.

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TV/DVD/Videodienste TV/DVD/Video Services SATELITE SOLUTIONS For all your DSTV, TOPTV and Xtraview Installations Upgrades & Repairs Contact Wayne 0827465470

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ABOUT FURNITURE W A N T E D : Queen Ann and Victorian l o u n g e suites, Grand Father clocks a n d R o l l Top desks. Call 021 853 1341 EK KOOP goeie, moderne, o r tweedehandse klere, skoe- 082-771-3650. ne, beddegoed, gordyne en handsakke. Skakel Janine 028 312 3 419/ 060 FURNITURE, FRIDGES, ANTIQUES. Thinking 4202970 of selling any item? I will be keen to make ANGLO AUCTIONEERS you a cash offer. We buy and auction Kindly phone Ronnie for cash 082-823-9944 Household Furniture, Antiques, Catering & any movable assets. Contact: Johan 021-851 2542 / 072 490 2312

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AERIALS & DSTV & accessories for your TV, video, DVD / alarm system. TopTV. Best prices at Microtronics since 1989 - 021-853 8433 All building plans professional CAD drawn. Cheapest rates, all areas. Contact Rory 0218510792 or 083 456 2823 info@theplanco.co.za APPLIANCE AT ALL Repairs at your home Fridges & Freezers, Stoves, Washing machines & Microwaves. Call 071-755-3390



      

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INGEBOUDE KASTE Slaapkamers, kombuise, muureenhede, hang van deure en skirtings. Gratis kwotasies en beste diens! Kontak 083-704-0115 INGEBOUDE KASTE Slaapkamers, kombuise, muureenhede, hang van deure en skirtings. Gratis kwotasies en beste diens! Kontak 083-704-0115 JHS HANDYMAN: Repairs, plumbing, electrics, painting, etc. No job too big. Open during festive season. Tel. Jan 0825588990/021-8532434.

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12 September, 2013 OPSOEK NA STIKSTER Ons is opsoek na 'n stikster met ongeveer 5 jaar ondervinding in die stoffeering industrie. (moet kan sny, stik, los kussings maak ens) Kontak asb 021 854 5861 / 079 523 7782.

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Algemeen General Vacancies DSTV INSTALLER with minimum 2 years experience, valid drivers licence with matric certificate. Salary negotiable. Fax 1page CV to 086 684 8673.

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BEE TEMPORARY POSITIONS: 1. Jewellery assembler required Be able to work neatly, be reliable, able to start immediately. 2. Sewing - overlocking experience Must have experience, work neatly, be reliable, able to start immediately. Factory situated near Mall. Ph 021-852 0502.

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Position avail for a qualified Beauty Therapist in an established SomWest Salon. Rent a chair Nailtech position also avail Email: jeanne.moss@vodamail.co.za. Ph. 0823315665

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MAVIS IS looking for every day job, sleep out, Monday to Friday. She is very intelligent, trustworthy and honest. Contact number is 083 742 8401. STAFF NURSE REQUIRED To apply please send through the following info: . CV . Copy of ID . Copy of drivers licence . SANC proof of payment 2013 . Nursing Certificate Fax: 021 852 3265 or homecare@krijtnursing.co. za DOMESTICS NEEDED for housecleaning service. No sms's or missed calls. Tel. 083 283 7576 C GRADE Male Security Officers needed for a Large Upmarket Residential Estate in Somerset West. Must be bilingual in Afrikaans and English and be able to communicate well in Afrikaans. We pay market related salary and performance incentives that's above average. Contact Mark: 084 710 9765 or fax 086 558 4999 or 021-934 6922. K&U HARTLEY'S ALUMINIUM Aluminium Fitter needed with experience + valid driver's lisence. No chancers. Cell 0722904395

New and upcoming salon in Gordon's Bay is seeking a FEMALE STYLIST with 3-5 years experience and own clientell. Comm & salary negotiable. Please email CV's or short description of your experience and yourself to thesalon@webmail.co.za or call 078 577 1496. NIGHT CALL CENTRE in Somerset West Our in-house call centre is looking to employ students and qualified telemarketers on a casual and permanent basis, depending on their progress. All successful candidates will receive full call centre training and the necessary marketing material. Candidate must be: . Able to start immediately . Energetic . Flexible . Bilingual . Go-getter (self motivated) . Able to produce a minimum of 30 shows . Able to work good in a team Successful candidates will receive: . Free call centre training . Excellent remuneration . Able to learn our key concepts in the industry . Incentives schemes to top achieves Call us now and this could be your opportunity to work your way to the top and earn up to 10k per month. Our office hours will be from 3pm till 8pm, own transport essential. Call Brad Williams 072 915 6509 for an appointment.

A MALAWIAN MAN is looking for a job as a gardener, farm work or general work for Monday, Wed, Friday & Saturday. Contact Raphael 078 429 9159.

A MALAWIAN MAN looking for a job as a garPick 'n Pay Gordons Bay dener or housekeeper. W e a r e s e e k i n g Contact Eric 060 466 4098. experienced: - Cashiers A Zim lady Ottilia aged - Till Packers 31 looking for domestic - Experienced Deli work. Good with kids. Ref Assistants available call 021 8543828 - Bakers required for or call Ottilia 0610957012 weekends. Experience not compulsory, instore ABSOLUTELY reliable training provided. lady looking for full time - Blockman or sleepin job. For ref call Fax CV+ ID to: 086-5640781310926 or 9167 0836653616. Very good with kids and hard Receptionist working. Duties Include:, file clerk and Agent support. YOLANDA is looking for Qualifications: Grade 12, work on Monday, Tuesday Excellent Computer skills. and Thursday as char or Competencies: Knowledge office cleaner. Please of residential property phone references 021 market. Presentable and 8521933 or 021 8511837 should have excellent Yolanda 0848866200. people and communication skills. Experience will be BEAUTY, a young Ziman advantage but not babwean with a valid pernecessity. mit is looking for char Contact Ronel Heyns 082 work on Wednesdays and 8985378. Fax CV 021 856 Saturdays. Call 084 257 0637. 7840. Reference: Stella 082 893 3865. Seeking skilled and semi-skilled electricians for a Helderberg based FILMON Malawian man company, please email or looking for job as gardener f a x C V t o or housekeeper or any info@mdnoble.co.za or general purpose work. With 2yrs exp. Call 0866080834 0840239612. SHAMPOO LADIES I am a Malawian lady with experience required. looking for a job as a Contact Morne on domestic worker, with 021 854 7781. experience. For more info contact Linda on TOONBANK 0740455894 ASSISTENT BENODIG I AM A ZIMBABWEAN Permanent/Tydelik vir dame by Flameros Chicken woman looking for a job as a maid, full-part time. 5 Grill in Strand. Yrs exp and ref. Pls Kontak Chantell contact me on 073 047 072 962 0570 0254. WELDER I AM ELVIS a ZimbabMig & Tig Procedures wean and I specialise in housekeeping and garden Requirements: services. Got contactable . Recent Coding in all ref and my cell no is 074 positions 475 7754. . Red Seal Welding qualification I AM IODINE from Zim. 5 Years experience babwean and I specialise in housekeeping and gardeFax: 021 883 8907 ning. I have a ref number. Email: ontCall 073 501 6468. Thank vangs@naco.co.za you. WELDER required to fabricate steel. With pre- I am looking for a job as vious employment record. a h o u s e k e e p e r , Call o/h 021-851 6915 & childminder or looking o/h 082 457 5726. after the elderly. I am 30yrs old. Call 0738536644 Well known franchise restaurant is seeking the I am Newton Mabuto services of a FRONT OF from Zim. I have a valid HOUSE MANAGER. permit. Looking for a job Please email CV's to as a gardener, can also do mbsomersetwest@ painting & paving. Call themugg.com before 0785087467. 15 September 2013. I'M A LADY aged 34 WORKSHOP looking for a job as a nanny ASSISTANT or housekeeper, Mon to We re q u i re f i t m e n t Friday or chars. Call Elah personnel with good, neat on 078 397 4283. With abilities to work with basic good reference. tools (drill / grinder). Preferance will be given to I'm looking for a job two applicants with reasonable days a week, Tuesday and educational standards and Thursday. I have 6yrs references. No chancers. experience and can speak Fax maximum three page English and Afrikaans. CV 086 733 0534. Call 0710128515 JOY a Malawian man is looking for part/full time j o b a s a handyman/gardener. Good English & CV. Cal l 0736395342 or 0 ATTENTION 0 Elite House Office Cleaning 0735697401 p r o v i d e s service daily/weekly for M A L A W I A N M A N S p r i n g looking for work as a garCleans, Windows & Ironing. dener or housekeeper F r o m Contact Leonard at R80 per shift. ( Dalien 0735567074. 0 8 2 - 3 3 5 MEMORY is looking for 5027 / 021-852 6122 domestic work, stay in or 1 Lady from Zim is chars. Call 073 091 1019. looking for 4 days work. EUNICE is looking for M o n d a y , T u e s d a y , domestic work for everyThursday & Friday. Good day or chars. Call 076 381 7684. with cleaning and ironing. Please call Lindy MY BETROUBARE, er0782775373 vare en opregte huishulp A MALAWIAN MAN is van oor die jare is beskiklooking for full/part time baar vir char werk vir 2 dae job as a gardener, in die week. Verkieslik op h/keeper/office cleaner. 'n Maandag en Vrydag: Ref available. Call Paul at Kontak Barinda vir verwy0603147123 / 0846436930 sings by 021-873-3374.

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My maid Precotious is looking for Mon&Fri. Hardworking & reliable Please contact Mrs Willias 0718180224 or contact 0785618094.

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MY NAME IS FUNGAI a Zim lady looking for job as a housemaid, everyday or chars. I am a hard worker, honest and reliable. Call me on 061 337 8228.

NOTICE L I Q U I D AT I O N A N D D I S T R I B U T I O N A C C O U N T I N E S TAT E LATE THELMA MURIEL DE BLOIS, Identity for Number 381016 0004 080.

NAFE is looking d o m e st i c wo r k . Re f 0 7 4 2 2 9 6 4 6 9 o r c a l l Estate Number: 1112/2012 0733403151. Saul is looking for garden & NOTICE is hereby given that painting work. Call him on the First & Final Liquidation 0840747907. PHUMLA is looking for a job as domestic worker. Full time or chars. Experience and refs available. Call 0837115394 or for ref. 0724539073 SAMSON Malawian man age 34 looking for a job as gardener, house keeper or farm work. Call him on 0733474316 or for ref 0822646852.

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, Strand for a period of 21 days as from 12 September 2013. W A BARNARD & ASSOCIATES 20 Conradie Street STRAND 7140

ZIM LADY 30 yrs old KENNISGEWING looking for domestic work, full time or part time. E E R S T E E N F I N A L E Contact me at 084 535 L I K W I D A S I E - E N DISTRIBUSIEREKENING 0126.

in die BOEDEL VAN WYLE DESMOND PERCY SAMUELS, Identiteitsnommer 2331 570106 5124 081, 'n Algemene Besigheidsman, getroud binne gemeenskap van goedere met Kennisgewings DENIECE SAMUELS, General Notices Identiteitsnommer 640207 0170 081, van Miragestraat KENNISGEWING 25, Macassar, en wie oorlede In die bestorwe boedel van is op 29 September 2012. M O F FAT T S A U N D E R S , Identiteitsnommer 271005 Boedelnommer: 15731/2012 5074 18 3, wie woonagtig was te 425 Helderberg KENNIS word hiermee gegee Village, Somerset Wes en dat die Eerste en Finale wie op 13 Oktober 2009 L i k w i d a s i e e n oorlede is. Distribusierekening in bogeBoedelno: 15229/2009 Alle persone met vorderinge teen bovermelde boedel moet dit binne 30 dae (of soos aangedui) vanaf datum van publikasie hiervan by die betrokke Eksekuteur inlewer. J H VAN ZYL MILLER BOSMAN LE ROUX POSBUS 880 SOMERSET MALL 7137 NOTICE In the Estate of the late ANNEMARIE HOYMARK (also known as Annemarie Hoymark-Ruoff), ID nr: 230212 0012 180, date of death 26th February 2013, of Bridgewater Manor, 1 Andries Pretorius Street, Somerset West, Cape Town. Estate No: 4130/13 Debtors and creditors are hereby advised to lodge claims against the executrix within 30 days from the date hereof.

melde boedel ter insae sal lĂŞ vir inspeksie by die kantore van die Meester van die HoĂŤrhof, Kaapstad asook by die Landdroskantoor, SOMERSET-WES, vir 'n periode van 21 dae vanaf Vrydag, 13 SEPTEMBER 2013. MORKEL & DE VILLIERS ING Eksekuteur Die Forum Dramastraat 13 Posbus 43 Somerset-Wes 7129 JCK/hjvr/KS000018

NOTICE E S T AT E L AT E M A R Y KATHARINE CORNELIA MANN, Identity Number 590412 0016 082, Retired of 6 Disa Avenue, Somerset West and who at her death on 3 July 2013 was married out of community of property to RICHARD FREDERICK MANN, which marriage was not subject to the accrual system in terms of Section 2 of the Matrimonial Property Act, (Act 88/1984).

Dated at Somerset West on this 12th September 2013. Estate Number: 10976/2013 BIRGITTE LOUISE VAN ROOYEN Executrix Testamentary PO Box 2197 SOMERSET WEST 7129

Creditors and Debtors are required to file their claims with and pay their debts to the undersigned within 30 days of date of publication of this notice. MORKEL & DE VILLIERS INC. Attorneys for Executor The Forum 13 Drama Street P O Box 43 SOMERSET WEST 7129 Tel: 021-850 9708 JCK/mm (KM 020)


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12 September, 2013 SOMERSET WEST APARTMENTS - DE VELDE COMPLEX Sparkling modern apartment. Open plan lounge / kitchen area, 2 Beds, 2 Bath, Double undercover parking bays. R6 200.00 pm - prepaid electricity & water allowance included Available 1 October 2013. LULU LE ROUX 021-8500 192 / 081 5684 983. DYNAMIC REALTORS.

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SOMERSET WEST DUPLEX - Open plan lounge / kitchen, Bathroom, guest loo, 2 Beds & garage. R4 500.00 pm - Available 1 November 2013. LULU LE ROUX 021-8500 192 / 081 5684 983. DYNAMIC REALTORS.

Aanbevole. - Verblyf 3 Ster w.stel & B/B of kamers in STRAND vanaf R250 p/kamer. 079 9600 359 Buitekamer Gordonsbaai: Ten volle toegeruste kamer met private ingang vir slegs een persoon. Tel 0218561787 vir meer inligting.

SOMERSET WEST SIMPLEX - CENTRALLY LOCATED. Open plan kitchen / living area. 2 Bed, 2 Bath (mes), balcony and Parking Bay. Neat and sparkling... perfect for the young professional / couple. R4 500.00 pm Available 1 November 2013. LULU LE ROUX 021-8500 192 / 081 5684 983. DYNAMIC REALTORS.

STRAND: Netjies gemeub. kamers vanaf R100 p.d. SKAKEL 072 745 7421

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Besighede te Koop Businesses for Sale 112 BESIGHEDE Antomar Makelaars Vir lys, navrae of webblad: www.antomar.co.za Tel. 021-8552603 DVD rental outlet for sale in Strand. R150 000 or nearest cash offer. Figures available. Contact owner 082 924 2900.

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STELLENBOSCH Klein Welgevonden, 2 Slpk, volle diefwering, balkon, swembad. Onmiddellik beskikbaar. R5 300 pm ohb. Tel 083 660 5602/3 STEYNSRUST Beautiful 1 bedroom flatlet in safe private setting with communal pool. No dogs. R3500. Call 0762628880 / 021 8553736.

FACTORIES TO LET STRAND 706m² - Big doors both ends, boatbuilding / manufacture of large items - 1 Nov. 481m² - general industrial, Eskom 3 phase 1 Oct. ambico@iafrica.com 083 383 0174

STRAND: 1 x 1 bedroom and 1 x 2 bedroom flat with easy access to beach, shops & transport. Avail. 1st October. R3 350 pm and R3 950 pm. Contact: Ruth Bird Properties: 082 643 4426 / 021-852 1440

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SELF-CATERING HOLIDAY APARTMENTS & MOORINGS TO RENT IN HARBOUR ISLAND. Please contact Paula on 082 555 9318. S/WEST: Open plan office / workspace ± 110m². Rent R3 000/ month. St James Str. Secure parking area. Avail. 1st Sept. Contact Trevor on 083 297 2970.

House well suited as premises for professional practice. Five large rooms, re ce p t i o n a re a , f u l l bathroom, separate wc and kitchenette. Plenty of parking, walking distance to village. Occupation immediate at rental of R12 000 per month or sale at R2m Tel: 021 8529962

STRAND: Close to transport, shops and beach. 1 x Fully furnished bachelor - R3 100.00 pm and 1 x unfurnished R2 900.00 pm. Contact: Ruth Bird Properties: 082 643 4426 / 021-852 1440 STRAND - Groot kamer met igk. Badkamer en kombuis. Eie ingang en parkering. Ongemeubileerd. Vanaf 1 Oktober 2013. R2 300 pm. Geen rokers of troeteldiere. Skakel Rosalie by 021-854 8369 of 072 218 8499.

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1 SLK MET M/HUIS Strand Sentraal R3 000.00 Kontak Frikkie 021 8544779

FACTORIES TO LET in secure Somerset West area. Approximately 70m² and 120m², available 1st October 2013. Contact 021-851-3061.

2 GEMEUBILEERDE bachelor woonstelle vir jongmense. Loop afstand van Waterstone Mall. R2 500/R2 800 pm. Skakel Jan 084 4005 137. STRAND Woonstel asook kamers beskikbaar. (0834530902. Geen smse

Bachelor w/stel in S/Wes, enkel persoon, geen rokers, Veilige parkering. R2300 + krag-deposito, verwysings. Sel: 082 807 3366. GORDON'S BAY: 2 Bedroom ground floor flat in Nagua Bay. Tennis Court, Squash Court and swimming pool in this secure complex with direct access to beach. 1 Small pet allowed. R4 950.00 pm. Avail 01/10/2013. CONTACT: Ruth Bird Properties 082 643 4426 / 021-852 1440

STRAND R 12 000.00 Ruim 3 Slaapkamer woonstel met 2 badkamers in populêre blok in Kusweg. Oop-plan kombuis en leefarea met balkon en see-uitsig. Kontak: 021853 6527 of 079 136 9272 STRAND R 5 300.00 - 2 Slaapkamer woonstel met 1.5 badkamers in sekuriteitskompleks. Geen diere, kelder parkering. Kontak: 021-853 6527 of 079 136 9272 of 079 521 6692. STRAND/Cortlandt Place Rooms & Flats to rent Central / Secure Contact Frikkie 021-854 4779

STRAND R3 750.00 - 2 Slaapkamer woonstel met 167 1 vol badkamer. Oop-plan Huise te Koop kombuis met leefarea en Houses for Sale stoep of balkon. 1 Klein troeteldier welkom. Kontak: 079 136 9272 of 021- G O R D O N ' S B AY 853 6527 of 079 521 6692. Hectare smallholding (zoned for 3 houses) with large modern farmhouse Edna Brink 083 629 7879 R2 800: 1 Slp, Groot and studio/office/flatlet. leefarea, balkon met braai, Horse friendly. Fenced & good security. R2.950mil. ASAP, G/B. ( 082 439 5167. Gordonsbaai R3080.00 1 Slaapkamer woonstel HOUSE IN SOUTHFORK met 1 badkamer in kom- 3 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, pleks. Oop-plan kombuis K i t c h e n , L o u n g e . en leefarea met braai. R575 000. Contact Feroza, Kontak: 021-853 6527 of office: 021 845 7169, cell: 079 136 9272 of 079 521 082 779 4804. 6692.

STRAND Broadlands 3 Bed R315 000. As new. GBay - 2 bed, fitted kitchen, mod bath + garage on golf course. R569 000. 082 881 4982/0218551312 STRAND - Townhouse. Duplex, Savanna Mews. 2 Bed, separate title, c o u r t ya r d , g a ra g e . Security compl. R485 000. 0218551312/082881 4982.

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STRAND: Housemate to share a 3bedr house with inside braai, secure parking, alarm system & armed response. Single working person or student R3000pm. Barbara 082 413 4362.

STRAND R6 050.00 - 3 Slaapkamer dupleks met 1.5 badkamers in sekuriteitskompleks. Moderne oop-plan kombuis en leefarea, privaat patio, braai en tuintjie. 1 Klein troeteldier welkom. Enkel motorhuis. Kontak: 021Modern and very neat 3 853 6527 of 079 136 9272 bedroom 2 bathroom of 079 521 6692. (main en-suite) house with double garage to GOEDEHOOP - 3 x Slaap, rent in the secure and 3 x badkamer, TV, eet en popular Schonenberg sitkamer, Splash pool met E s t a t e . O p e n p l a n lekker buite leef area. Rinda 083 638 lounge, dining and R9 750. k i t c h e n ( s e p a r a t e 4442. scullery) with built-in RAWSON fireplace. Outside STRAND - FLATS covered braai area. Study nook. Two rooms R3 000: Green Acre Terrace h ave d o u b l e d o o r s 2 bed leading out to garden. R2 900: Strand Close 2 bed Garden is established R3 200: Soteria 2 bed with an automated R3 200: De Wetshof 2 bed i r r i g a t i o n s y s t e m . 15/9 Monthly rental GORDON'S BAY R12,500. Contact M a r i k a o n n u m b e r R3 000: Gordon Villas 2 (021) 850 0425 to bed R13 000: 4 Bed house with arrange a viewing. swimming pool, 200m from HOUSE TO RENT the beach SOMERSET WEST R10 800.00 Please call: Small house to rent in Manda @ 084 240 9451 Somerset West close to major routes and schools - S p a c i o u s / S u n n y 3 R12000 p/m neg. 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Bedrooms, 3 bathrooms (2 h o u s e t o r e n t i n ensuite), Openplan S c h o n e n b e r g living/dining, Extra TV Retirement Village, lounge, Double garage and Somerset West. Extra undercover parking. Safe furnishings. Includes 15 and neat with alarm meals per month at the system and aircon. Avail clubhouse. R9000 per immediately. Contact Alet month. Club House & o n 0 8 3 6 6 0 Health Care facilities. Available immediately. 5807/0836018111 Contact Marika on 021 850 0425

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HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED TRANSPORT PLAN AND OPERATING LICENSING STRATEGY The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its draft comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan and operating licensing strategy. In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments, recommendations or input on this draft plan and strategy from 4 September 2013 to 8 October 2013 via: • • • •

Fax: 021 419 8536 E-mail: gwyneth.daries@capetown.gov.za Written submission: 18th Floor, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town Civic Centre: (for attention: Gwyneth Daries). Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofCT

Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, people living with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit: For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za or For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za The draft comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan and operating licensing strategy will be available on the City of Cape Town website: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at libraries. Direct enquiries relating to the plan and strategy to Gwyneth Daries at 021 400 3210 or e-mail at gwyneth.daries@capetown.gov.za.

KENNISGEWING VAN SUBRAADSVERGADERINGS: SEPTEMBER 2013 Kennis geskied hiermee dat die 24 (vier-en-twintig) subrade van die Stad Kaapstad soos volg op die volgende plekke en tye sal vergader: Subraad Plek 1 2

In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments, recommendations or input at one of the following meetings: Date: 16 September 2013 Time: 18:00 – 20:00 Venue: Somerset West Town Hall Date: 26 September 2013 Time: 18:00 – 20:00 Venue: Macassar Old Hall

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Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, people living with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit:

Om toegang tot die volle agenda en alle ondersteunende dokumentasie 72 uur voor die vergadering, besoek www.capetown.gov.za/subcouncils.

For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za

Verlig die datum van die subraadsvergadering, kies die subraad wat jy benodig en laai die agenda af. Rapporteer asseblief enige probleme by die betrokke subraadsbestuurder.

or For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za This draft framework will be available on the City of Cape Town’s website: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at libraries. Enquiries relating to the Draft Tourism Development Framework may be directed to Theuns Vivian on 021 417 4062 or e-mail at tourism1@capetown.gov.za. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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Die onderstaande beleide en planne word gedurende September 2013 vir openbare konsultasie beskikbaar gestel. Dit kan by subraadskantore bestudeer word en belanghebbendes kan kommentaar lewer daarop: • • • • •

Toerismeontwikkelingsraamwerk Plasing van sekuriteitshokkies op grond in Stadsbesit Voorgestelde invoering van toegangsbeheermaatreëls: Tafelbergweg en Seinheuwelweg Hernoeming van NY-strate van Gugulethu Geïntegreerde vervoerplan

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The players of the Somerset House girls hockey team (from left) are Rochelle Roos, Marga Wahl, Kayla McCulley, Ve­ ra­Lynne Smit, Lara Stevens, Julia Robb, Jo Whall, Rebecca Japhet, Carla du Plessis, Lauren Robb, Simoné Malan, Jose­ fine Hjälmner and Jessica Meissner.

Somerset House girls 2nd best in WP The Somerset House first girls hockey team have had a very successful season – losing only one match, drawing three and winning the remaining matches. Their season was wrapped up with an excellent tournament this past weekend. On Sunday afternoon, they participated in the Western Province u.13 Top Schools Hockey Tournament held at Hartleyvale Stadium in Cape Town. The top qualifying schools in each of the geographical areas within Western Province are invited to this tournament. Participating schools included: Kenridge, Grove, Bastion, Durbanville, Eversdal, Gene Louw, Somerset House, Somerset Col-

lege, De Hoop and Rhenish. Somerset House won three of their four pool matches and drew one, which ensured their win of the pool. They qualified for the semi-final which was played against friendly rivals, Somerset College. This was a tight game, however Somerset House managed to take advantage of a scoring opportunity and won this encounter with 1-0. Somerset House then played a tough final against the mighty Kenridge Primary. Kenridge scored first and with six minutes to spare, Somerset House managed to score an equaliser. The final score was 1-1 after full time. The teams then went straight

into a one on one shoot-out with the goalkeeper. Each team selected five strikers, who one by one attempted to score within eight seconds, starting at the 25-yard line. Exciting for spectators, but nerve racking for 13-year-old girls. Both teams played exceptionally well with Kenridge winning the shoot-out by 4-3 in the end. Somerset House wre therefore placed second and won silver medals, earning them the title of the second best u.13 girls team in Western Province. De Hoop Primary School’s first boys hockey team won gold medals at their Westgern Province Top Schools Tournament.

Crystal Beukes practising her putting at the Vodacom Golf Village in Somerset West. PHOTO: JAMEY THOMAS

For Crystal, it’s all Steamers, gallies galore at Uilenkraalsmond in the swing Local Somerset West angler Rupert McNaught Davis once told me a classic fishing story that I would like to share. He said while he was spinning for yellowtail from a rock at Cape Infanta recently, a visiting Durban angler came to fish alongside him spinning with a coffee grinder reel filled with 20 lb line and no leader. He introduced himself as Peter Mardon. Rupert was very surprised when a short while later Peter landed a 5 kg yellowtail after quite a battle. The reason for Rupert’s surprise was the lure Peter was using. It was an 8 cm piece of the stem of a brass coloured bed lamp with wire threaded through the centre and a swivel at the one end and a treble hook at the other. This is a classic example of his innovative success in angling. You might ask yourself, is angling luck, skill or a combination of both? During the weekend a few anglers heard news about the galjoen and kob caught last week on Strandfontein beach, so went to investigate. Three four-wheel drive vehicles used by the anglers were subsequently hijacked and stolen by armed men along the Strandfontein beach in three separate instances during the weekend. Anglers are warned not to fish alone on this stretch of beach. Last Thursday two boats caught yellowtail from Harolds Bank near Olifantsbos and on Sunday a few yellowtail were boated just inside Cape Point.

The fish came on the bite at 16:00. Snoek shoals also appeared but were widely dispersed. The only reports of snoek caught were of a few boated by Gordon’s Bay boats at the “ou snoekgronde”. The past weekend all Western Province (WP) shore angling clubs had to fish in the Franskraal area. Lines were in at 07:00 on Saturday morning. Most of the anglers fished at Uilenkraalsmond on the “grys” and a lot of steenbras and galjoen were caught. Jan Brink from False Bay club caught two steenbras and three galjoen. There were also several anglers who caught three or more fish on the day. The two clubs that did well were Tygerberg and Four Oceans. At 15:00 the scales were closed and most of the fish were tagged and released. Locals watching the weigh in could not believe that so many fish were released. Between 20 and 30 steenbras were caught and although not all were size, the points counted as every kilogram of an edible fish is worth seven points. The biggest steenbras was around 9 kg while there were many between 3 kg and 6 kg. The best bait was blood worm and moonshine worm for steenbras and wonder worm and red bait for galjoen. Jan Brink said that while they were fishing about 20 perlemoen

poachers arrived in full gear and got into the water. Jan said they were arrogant and not afraid of anyone and moved lines away to swim into the sea. Jan added that during all this time no inspectors were in sight. He said this was unfair because while all the anglers stayed on the right side of the law as regards not driving on the beach, bag limits, permits, tagging and releasing, using only one rod, having the legal amount of bait, cleaning the beaches after fishing and staying on the marked roads within the nature reserve the poachers could do as they liked. He said it was sad for the fishermen to see how the outlaws ruin the heritage for present and future generations and get away with it! I wonder how many readers know that just after World War II Primo Livenais, a distance caster, using tackle from that era cast a sinker 270 yards (246,89 metres). Even today that cast would put him among the casting elite. He is still celebrated as the greatest caster of all time. Livenais used the so called “off the ground” casting style and not standing on a dais. A true master blaster! For all your reel repairs and services contact Art on 021 854 3831. Send your fishing news and photos to bjridgway@telkomsa.net.

JAMEY THOMAS To drive a golf ball long, straight and true is a skill not everyone can master. However, for Crystal Beukes (12) from Somerset West it’s all in the swing. The grade 6 St Peters Academy pupil recently received her senior colours after being selected for the Boland ladies A-team which will participate in the Pick n Pay SA Inter-provincial Golf Tournament at the Port Elizabeth Golf Club in the Eastern Cape from 22 to 27 September. The young golfer’s achievement has also earned her August’s DistrictMail Let’s Play Sport Star award. Crystal has been a keen golf player for the past four years and her interest in the sport was sparked by her 16-year-old brother Riaan’s love and passion for golf. “Riaan plays golf so well, and he was recently taken up as a member of the Ernie Els Foundation. “The heights he has reached by pursuing golf, encourages and motivates me to do the same,” she said with a wide grin. Crystal started playing golf as a member of the Somerset West Golf Club and was coached by Josh Bezuidenhout for two years. At the age of 10 Crystal not only

received her junior colours, but was also awarded the title of golfer of the year at Somerset West Golf Club. She also holds the title of ladies club champion for 2013. However, Crystal has been coached by Boland Ladies Golf Union head coach, Anna Becker Franke for the past two years and is now a new member of the Stellenbosch Golf Club. According to the talented golfer nothing beats being alone on the golf course with only the ball, golf clubs and one’s thoughts. “Besides the fact that golf serves as a natural stress reliever and keeps me focused, it teaches me so much: punctuality, quietness, etiquette, patience, humility, discipline, accountability and so much more. “I simply have a natural love for the sport,” explained Crystal. But, Crystal reckons she doesn’t just expect to do well. She puts in extra effort and works hard. Apart from matches, she has practice sessions for one hour on Mondays, she also squeezes in another hour on Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and she spends two hours on the golf course every Thursday. “I constantly push myself, on and off the golf course. I want to do the best I can in order to be the best I can be,” said Crystal. “But to get so far in such a short period of time, is definitely something to be proud of. Even if I must say so myself.”


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12 September, 2013

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Mikayla Loubser was the winner in the 14 and under age group beat­ ing Megan Lombardi 7­6, 4­6, 6­1 in the finals.

Helderberg hosts T/20 cricket The Helderberg Cricket Club presents the inaugural Peter Stuurman T/20 tournament to be held on Saturday 21 September. The event aims to showcase the skills of the best cricketers the Helderberg has to offer from the following teams: Helderberg Cricket Club, Somerset West Cricket Club, Hottentots-Holland Cricket Club and Macassar Cricket Club. Visitors can also look forward to wine tastings, kids entertainment and lots to eat and drink. For more information, phone Larry Morkel on 082 443 1393 or send an email to lmorkel@sun.ac.za.

The final results were as follows: ) Boys singles: • 10 and under: Stefan McAslin beat Benjamin Davidyan (8-2). • 12 and under: Benjamin Peterson beat Chia-wen Liu 6-2; 6-2. • 14 and under: Matthew Johnson beat Pierre Malan 6-3; 6-0. • 16 and under: Freddie van der Merwe beat Willie van Zyl by a walkover. ) Boys doubles: • 14 and under: Robbie Arends/Chia-wen Liu beat Thando L-Smith/Tom McHugh 6-3; 6-0. • 16 and under: Willie van Zyl/Daniel du Toit beat Freddie van der Merwe/Marno Stander 6-4; 6-1. ) Mens Open singles: Jan-Louis Maritz beat Erik Fourie 4-6; 6-2; 6-2. ) Mens Open doubles: Heinrich Badenhorst/Laubscher van der Merwe beat Ivan van Achterbergh/JJ Gardiner 6-4; 3-6; 10-7. ) Girls singles: • 10 and under: Mikayla Furlong beat Jordan Scoble 8-2. • 12 and under: Daniela Davidyan beat Ane de Waal 6-2; 6-1. • 14 and under: Mikayla Loubser beat Megan Lombardi 7-6; 4-6; 6-1. • 18 and under: Ciney Bekker beat Nicola Steenkamp 6-2; 6-0. ) Girls doubles: • 14 and under: Megan Lombardi/Lize-A Morkel beat Vanessa Chigariro/Alexandra Martin by a walkover.

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STRAND SE LANGASEM BE­ LOON: Wilna Eybers, lid van die Strand Atletiekklub, is onlangs gekies vir die WP­landloopspan wat aan die SA landloopkampi­ oenskappe gaan deelneem. Dié kampioenskappe vind Saterdag 14 September in Potchefstroom plaas. Wilna verteenwoordig die Vroue Meestersafdeling vir vroue tussen die ouderdom van 40 – 44 jaar. Vir Wilna is dit ’n beloning op ’n jaar van hard oefen nadat sy verlede jaar dié tyd op krukke was as gevolg van ’n besering. Sy het in die landloopreeks kon­ stant tweede geëindig en asook in die WP­kampioenskappe. Wil­ na was ook die Strand Atletiek­ klub se vroueatleet vir die jaar 2012.

Unsavoury incidents spoil end­of­season games Even at this late stage of the rugby season, the passion and pride of the players and spectators are clearly evident. This passion does somehow go overboard and it spills into unsavoury incidents at our club matches. With three of our region’s clubs being “involved’’ this is never a pleasant subject to report on. The match between Macassar and Rangers in Macassar ended with the police having to be called in to calm the situation. At the same time an All Saints player was allegedly attacked at Calledonian Roses in Athlone, while the match between Strand and Manenberg Rangers had to be called off with the referee being threatened by Rangers players after Strand ran into a commanding lead, ten minutes into the game. Raithby is the only local club that have completed their league and now have a nervy two-week wait to see if they end in the top 5 and gain promotion. This week’s fixtures are: Sir Lowrians vs Rangers (Sir Lowry’s Park)

Benjamin Peterson was the winner of the boys 12 and under age category beating Chia­wen Liu 6­2, 6­2 in the finals of the Sport­ mans Warehouse Boland Mini Series 3 Junior Tennis Tournament.

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Talented young tennis players from the Helderberg and its surrounding areas showcased tremendous skill in the Sportmans Warehouse Boland Mini Series 3 Junior Tennis Tournament held recently.

Sir Lowrians are yet again league der Stel have never been easy, but winners and we could expect a huge United more often than not beat them party after Saturday’s game with at The Kraal. Prediction: United to win by 5 or Rangers being the unfortunate whipmore ping boys. All Saints vs Watsonia (HelderPrediction: Sir Lowrians to win by zicht) 25 or more The first-round match ended in an Pniel Villagers vs St Georges ugly scene at Vygieskraal, but All (Pniel) The Lulus come off a great win over Saints are by far the better team. I will Elsies River who beat them in the be representing the Relations Comfirst round game. Pniel will be strong mittee at this match on Saturday. Prediction: All Saints to win by 10 at home. Prediction: St Georges to win by or more Strand Pioneers vs Richmond 10 or less Rangers (Epping) Paarl vs Macassar (Daljosafat) Pines have not won for 10 weeks, Paarl rugby club is falling apart and there has been rumours of them but still find themselves top of divimerging with Vinyards for the next sion 3. They should have won this season. Macassar should convincing- league weeks ago, but are now in a ly beat Paarl playing at Daljosafat in- close battle with two other clubs. A stead of their regular home ground. win is priority. Prediction: Pines Prediction: Macassar to win by 15 to win with bonus or more Strand United vs Van der Stel point (Abattoir) United have now lost three Taariq van der Ross in a row and will be keen to 2 taariq@rematch.co.za win their final two league matches being played in Strand. Matches against Van

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DistrictMAIL HEARTBEAT OF THE HELDERBERG

HELDERBERG: BUIG DIE KNIE OP TUISVELD

Hamilton domineer Hamilton, wat reeds gekwalifiseer het om in die aanstaande jaar se nasionale gemeenskapsbeker-kompetisie mee te ding, was eenvoudig te sterk vir Helderberg op sy tuisveld dié Saterdag. Die besoekers het met ’n oortuigende 42-12 geseëvier.

Hamilton het van die begin af die toon aangegee en het alle fases gedomineer. Helderberg se voorspelers was soos gewoonlik hoogs kompeterend, maar agterlangs was daar egter ’n groot verskil. Die besoekers het drie verdoelde drieë in die eerste helfte gedruk vir ’n 21-0 voorsprong. In die tweede helfte was dit meer van dieselfde, want die besoekers het nog drie verdoelde drieë tot die telling bygevoeg vir ’n 42-2 voorsprong. Op hierdie stadium het Helderberg egter teruggekom en self twee drieë gaan druk. Sy eerste drie het gekom van ’n puik stukkie spel van die plaasvervanger-skrum-

skakel Breyten Isaacs. Die drie is verdoel deur heelagter James Amm. Kort voor die eindfluitjie, het die regtervleuel Gerhard du Plessis ’n hoekdrie gaan druk om die eindtelling op 42-12 te staan te bring. Uitstaande spel is gelewer deur die jong slot Marthinus van den Berg terwyl die veteraan, agsteman Gary Williams en die kaptein en slot De Wet Neethling nogmaals hul harte uitgespeel het. Wanneer hierdie berig gelees word, het Helderberg reeds sy laaste ligawedstryd Woensdag op Ikeys gespeel. Die klub se gholfdag vind Donderdag 19 September op die Strand se bane plaas, en die klub se prysuitdeling vind Vrydagaand om 19:30 in die klubhuis plaas. Toegang kos slegs R75 per persoon en daar word van mans verwag om ’n das te dra. Die Crusaders (vierde) span speel Vrydagaand 13 September sy laaste ligawedstryd op Philip Herbstein teen Valsbaai.

Helderberg plaasvervanger­skrumskakel Breyten Isaacs duik oor die doellyn om sy span se eerste drie by die telling by te voeg. FOTO’S: PETER BEE

Helderberg se nommer vyf, Kuifie van den Berg het in ’n eienaardige posisie op die grond neergeslaan. Agter is spanmaats Gary Williams (agsteman) en skrumskakel Armien Bailey spoedig oppad om hand te gee.

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