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Grade 7 pupils of Funulwazi Primary School in Imbali, with food parcels that they donated to the elderly and the sick living at Siyaphilisa Community Centre

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HRISTMAS came early for the elderly and the sick living at Siyaphilisa Community Centre in Imbali, when a group of Grade 7 pupils from Funulwazi Primary School in Imbali,donated food parcels to the centre last Friday. The project forms part of their Life Orientation (LO) practicals, in an attempt to encourage children about the importance of voluntarism around their communities. LO teacher, Sphelele Ngcobo, said that pupils were asked to get donations from their parents, whether it was vegetables from their gardens or food that they bought with their pocket money.

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Classy houses mushroom in rural areas PHOTO: NOMPENDULO NGUBANE

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HEN driving or walking around areas such as Snathing, Sweetwaters, Mpumuza and Elandskop, the eyes are caught by classy homes and one would swear it’s a drive or a walk around the Montrose or Hilton area. Could it be that people are finding the rural areas as places of comfort and peace, compared to the town environment and suburban areas? Dumezweni Zimu from Snathing and Patrick Mbambo from Elandskop gave some perspective on the issue. Zimu’s house is just along Snathing main road and it is a head–turner. Some of Zimu’s personal reasons for building his own castle in Snathing are investment, house value, comfort, peace and development, as he also looks at things with the eye of a businessman. “At my age, I take so many things into perspective when making a decision. Building a house is an investment and that shouldbeaccompaniedbythevalueofthat house. “I would start by saying that building a house is a better initiative than buying it. With the house you have built, you decide what to do. You decide what to add, what sort of paint or ceiling board you want. As the owner, you are the decision maker and

therefore you decide on everything,” said Zimu. He said that the value of the houses in town are completely different from the ones in the rural areas. “ A R 1.5 million house built in Snathing compared to the one built in town are very different. I have a huge site which could still accommodate another ten houses,” said Zimu. As a business driven person, he said, he would like to see people not being bothered by having to take a taxi to town for shopping. “Businessplansarealreadyinthepipeline and that would help to create employment opportunities. I believe that we should develop our own areas now, instead of shopping in town,” he said. For Mbambo, his roots are in Elandskopandit’swherehewouldliketobeburied. “I grew up in Elandskop and it’s where my comfort is. I am free to do my ceremonies without having anyone complaining about the slaughtering of a cow or goat,” he said. One other reason many people are flocking back to rural areas to build big houses, is that developments now abound in these areas. Before 1994, there were no tarred roads, no water and no electricity.

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Some of the entrants for the PMB Got Talent Competition to be staged in the city on 4 October (from left) Africa Dlamini (poetry), Zama Maseme (African dance) and Pierre Buckley (singing). THE Gay and Lesbian Network, and Marshall music midlands have joined forces to bring PMB Got Talent which is to take place at the beginning of next month. Organisers are calling for potential talent around KwaZulu–Natal to enter thetalentcompetitionscheduledfor4October. According to a press release from the Gay and Lesbian Network, the talent competitionisapre–eventofthePinkMyanh festival which is to take place from the 9 to14 December in Pietermaritzburg and would include several events. “The focus of the talent competition is to identify local talent who will then perform and showcase local talent at the annual Pink Mynah festival in Pietermaritzburg,” said the release. It added that the talent competition comprises five categories in which people can enter solo or as a group, and includes: dance, singing, rapping, poetry and musical instruments. “The talent competition is open to all ages, regardless of one’s sexual orientation. Pierre Buckley ,the current Mr PMB 2013, will be entering the competition

andwillbeshowingoffhistalentbyentering the singing category,” said the organisers. Those who have talent would need to audition first and if successful ,would qualify for the competition. The auditions take place on Saturday, 28 September at 10am at Allan Wilson Shellhole, 5 Alan Paton Avenue, which is next to the YMCA. If you think you have got what it takes to enter the talent competition, contact Sdu Mncube or Anthony Waldhausen at 033 342 6165 or at director@gaylesbiankzn.org Entry forms are also available at the following outlets: GLNofficeat187ABurgerStreet,Marshall Music Midlands at Cascades Mall and PMB Tourism office at Chief Albert Luthuli Street, all in Pietermaritzburg. “The organisers would like to make a call to prospective sponsors to come on board and support this unique and spectacular pageant. For more information on sponsorship, please contact Anthony Waldhausen at 033 342 6165 or at director@gaylesbiankzn.org,” said the press release.

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the historic Zulu Kingdom, called Umgidi Welembe, is scheduled to take place at King Shaka International Airport this Sunday. Zulu 200, in association with the Airports Company of South Africa (ACSA), on behalf of Zulu King Goodwill Zwelithini kaBhekuzulu will stage Umgidi Welembe 2013, a cultural pageant in anticipation of the Bicentenary of the Zulu Nation in 2016. The year marks the 200th anniversary of the formation of the Zulu Nation by King Shaka kaSenzangakhona. Conceived and driven by CEO Mandla KaNozulu and chairman Duma Ndlovu, the Zulu 200 initiative seeks to enhance awareness of the multi–faceted historic and cultural landscapes that comprise the legacy of the Zulu Kingdom and its people. In a press release, organisers said: “It will see the production of literary, audio and film materials, to empower and inspire citizens of KwaZulu–Natal through information, education and connectivity”. Following the launch of the project in 2011, and last year’s highly successful follow–up event,

this year’s pageant, is supported by the KwaZulu–Natal Provincial Government, Ethekwini Municipality, Metro Rail and Ukhozi FM. “Reflecting the rich tapestry of history of the Zulu nation, this red–letter event on the cultural calendar of KwaZulu–Natal will see thousands of traditional Zulu dancers, izimbongi and musicians performing before a distinguished audience headed by the Zulu King. “King Zwelithini has extended a warm invitation to the people of KwaZulu–Natal to come and enjoy this magnificent celebration,” said the organisers. They said proceedings on the day will start with a parade of Zulu dancers in full regalia, accompanied by the regiment of the Zulu Royal House. This will take place through the King Shaka Airport terminal building, leadFOTO: SUPPLIED

Zulu King Zwelithini shows his delight at the Zulu dance perfom­ ers at last year’s Umgi­ di Welembe.

ing to a designated area nearby, where performances will be presented from 10am to 5pm, following an opening address by King Zwelithini “Theday’sprogrammewillculminate with presentations, and performances by maskandi groups. Admission is free and all are welcome”.


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YOUNG men and women between the ages of 15 and 23 are expected to vie for big priz­ es at the PMB Face of the Catwalk sched­ uled for 26 and 28 September at the Univer­ sity of KZN in Pietermaritzburg. Auditions will be on 24 September 2013 at the University of KwaZulu–Natal, Pietermar­ itzburg campus at the Collin Web Hall. All models will need to arrive at 11am with R100 registration fee and an Identity photo and the ladies need to bring heels. Wear anything comfortable. No modeling experience necessary. In a press release, event organiser Lungile Zondi said the competition is planned to take place every year in September with the aim of bringing more enter­ tainment to the city of Pieter­ maritzburg while at the same time, help­

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ganisations in the city getting their share of the R10 million in funcing being distributed by the Motsepe foundation in the Msunduzi Municipality. Chairman of the Motsepe Foundation, Patrice Motsepe, visited the city last month and invested R10 million to be used by city organisations in their development programs. He said that no funding would be given to organisations without proper structures. According to chairman of the District Motsepe Foundation Funding and Development Forum, Caleb Mbokazi, most organisations have selected their representatives except

youth, women and NGOs. “It was agreed that applicants for the funding would be given a funding document and a two page funding criteria document, but unfortunately due to non–elected structures, no progress has been made,” he said. Mbokazi added that they were given a deadline of 30 November where applicants would be notified of the outcome. “Since these organisations are still undecided of who to choose as they have not elected their representatives, funding forms have not even been distributed,” he said. The funding sectors include education, youth, women (Small Medium Micro Enterpise businesses and co-ops, religious or labour, traditional, sports (Arts & culture), music, NGOs and businesses.

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ple, most of whom will be voting for the first time in 2014. The task teams must be under no illu­ sion that the majority of the prospec­ tive‘first–time–youth’votersare‘coco­ nuts’, who either reside in urban areas orcomefromwell–to–dofamiliessince the 2011 Census report – cited above – debunks the myth that central to the revival of the ANCYL there must be an attempt to Americanise the ANCYL. The reality is that the ANCYL’s revival program must appeal to the significant majority of youth under 35 years of age who live in households that receive low–incomes, as already alluded to in the preceding paragraphs. TheANCYLmustcontinuetopushradi­ cal youth demands, which are in any­ way those of the society. The Youth League must be nothing else but the parliament of the young people. We must see the society we seek to build within us. We need unity in action for a better and prospering society for all the youth of our country; Black, Indi­ an, Coloured and White. The future of our country belongs to all the youth who live in it, irrespective of their colour. This unity will never be built through fracturing or dividing young people on thebasisofwhotheyareandwhattheir colour is. Youth formations, especially within the national progressive fold, have the responsibility of championing the historical mandate of the ANC and the Alliance, that of transforming our society into a non–racial, non–sexist and democratic society. Wehold,astheANCYL,theresponsibil­ ity of ensuring that the young people are liberated from economic and politi­ calbondage,especiallythosewhowere

historically oppressed. Lastly, central to the restoration of the ANCYL is to give practical meaning to the Decade of the Cadre by deliberately ensuring that the ANC values of self­ lessness; self­respect; respect for the elders; revolutionary discipline; con­ structive criticism; self­criticism are popularised among the youth. These values are more important if we are to produce young people who are notsufferingfromthe“me­first–every­ one–else–after” mentality. In other words, the revival of the ANCYL is not about being relevant to a minority of ‘coconuts’, but it is about moving be­ yond resuscitating Congress resolu­ tions. The ANCYL’s revival program must also be about reminding the youth that their duty is to learn, learn and learn as instructed by Lenin. This learning must be coupled with ide­ ological clarity in terms of the youth’s role towards achieving the National Democratic Society through the Na­ tional Democratic Revolution. The entitlement mentality must also be busted asunder and be replaced withaspiritofbeingapeople’sservants with no interest except to recognise that the real reason for the existence of the ANC and its leagues is to serve our people *Mafika Damane Mndebele: is a member of Youth Communist League of South Africa National Committee and regional co-ordinatoroftheANCYLEmalahleniregion, while Thembinkosi ‘Guerrilla’ Zondi is ANC branch secretary in the Moses Mabhida region and ANC KZN legislature Senior Researcher.


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MY ECHO SOAPIES GENERATIONS SCOTT believes the battle is far from over. Dineo turns to the elders to solve her mar­ riages woes. Mnqobi has a setback. The attraction between Phenyo and Noluntu is as strong as ever. Senzo gets devastat­ ing news from the paediatrician. Khethi­ we goes about her business, unaware she’s being spied on. Ruby swallows her pride and tells Patrick she needs his help. MJ is not ready to forgive and forget yet. Dineo is rattled to hear whose back in town. Choppa is chuffed when someone pays to get rid of him. The ‘stalker’ takes his plan one step further. Two illicit lovers, a betrayed wife and a gun make for a deadly mix. Noluntu wants to lay charges after her harrowing ordeal. Scott is shockedbywhatKhethiwetellshim.Sen­ zo only gets more hurt when he tries to share his pain.

truth, but something happens that radi­ cally changes the game. Kila is suspicious about why Ndu­ miso spends so much time at

ISIDINGO THE modern world clashes head on with tradition in the Sibeko Towers. Caitlin surprises Frank and commences her study of The Deep. Lerato and Sechaba get another visit from the authorities. Caitlin sets the cat amongst The Deep’s pigeons. There is shock when it’s discov­ ered who the new owner of ONTV is. Old secrets are stirring beneath the towers on Horizon Deep. Lincoln Sibeko risks the wrath of the dead. Sechaba Matabane­Moloi goes viral. Caitlin’s investigation into the question of who was responsible for the sabotage at Sibeko Gold’s mine yields a significant name. Sibeko Gold has a stroke of good fortune­butboutsofdizzinessinLincoln suggest that not all is well with him. Ler­ atoandSechaba’sviralcampaigntopro­ mote the shebeen’s mystery happy hours ricochets around the Deep. Caitlin walks a dangerous line as she attempts to get the story at all costs. The new Gold dis­ covery unearths a lot more for Nikiwe. Leratofindsthathappyhourisnoten­ tirely as happy as imagined.

NFH. Gloria makes a shocking announce­ ment about her husband. MUVHANGO MONGEZI’S plan to win over the Mukw­ evhos succeeds. Busani asks Thandaza to take over as chairman of the board. Sizwe’sjobisontheline.Sizweishorri­ fied when all the debit orders start coming off his salary. Hangwani is convinced that Khomotjo is up to something. Mongezi sneaks into Pfuluwani’s room late at night. Al­ bert is on the warpath when Kho­ motjo wins a boardroom battle. Mampho gives Sizwe an ultima­ tum. Mongezi’s obsession with Pfuluwani takes a dark turn. Sizwe lets his pride get in the way and won’t admit that he needs help. Albert is unsettled when he gets news of what Khomotjo has been up to. Azwindini is worried about his wife’s safe­ ty.

SCANDAL THEMBEKA receives new informa­ tion about her father’s death which is of great use to Daniel and Shakira. Cameron may have a so­ lution to the problem of Marcel. Daniel and Shakira pull off a mas­ ter­class in deceit as they manipu­ late Precious further. Cameron risks Bronnie’s safety by trying to perform a good deed. The tension rockets between Mlungisi and Glo­ ria. The net closes in on Precious, and Daniel and Shakira are frantic to get what they secretly want from herbeforeit’stoolate.Sarafinaagrees to go on a date with Cameron, but she may well have a sinister agenda. Daniel and Shakira prepare to tell Precious the

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RHYTHM CITY DAVID begs Gail to see Quinton. Suffocate is not too pleased to have David back at Zer011. Naomi is taken away. Reneilwe’s dream evening with the hottest guy in school is ruined. Prudence has problems with Miles giving Sifiso a promo­ tion. David and Gail get the news that Naomi has escaped from prison. JT in­ vites Reneilwe to be his matric dance partner. Miles is making Sifiso’s life in the office hell by prais­ ing him in front of everyone. Mamokete wants to meet JT be­ fore he’s allowed to take Reneilwe to the matric dance. A mysteri­

ous man tries to pump Lucilla for informa­ tion,andshewarnsDavidabouthim.Luci­ lla is worried that Gail’s move into David’s housecanonlyendbadly.Reneilwerealis­ es that Mampho also has her own worries. Kop and Sifiso play a game of cat and mouse with Prudence as they struggle to keep the car accident a secret from her. David tries to solicit Lucilla’s help to find out the best way to play his cards with Gail. Reneilwe can’t afford her dream dress and finally agrees to let Sis Bee make her dress for the matric dance. DAYS OR OUR LIVES ARIANNAoverhearsSamiandWilltalking about Sami shooting E.J. and debates whether or not to tell E.J. Stephanie tells Kayla that Melanie knows about Chloe cheating. Melanie agrees to keep Chloe’s secret. Daniel and Chloe are finally mar­ ried.AriannapreparestotellE.J.thatSami is the one that shot him when they are in­ terrupted by Kate who thinks E.J. is using Arianna to spy on Will. E.J. ends up col­ lapsing and Kate tells Arianna that Lexie told the staff to limit E.J.’s stress. Melanie lays into Carly about keeping Chloe’s se­ cret. Chloe worries that Melanie will never forgive her. Sami pleads her case to Arian­ na who refuses to give Sami the benefit ofthedoubt.Ariannarevealsthatshewas recording Sami’s confession the whole time. Bo arrests E.J. for having contact with Sydney at the hospital. Victor de­ cides to keep Vivian in the coffin. Brady imagineshismotherappearingtohimand telling him what he is doing is wrong BOLD AND BEAUTIFUL STILL is dumbfounded by Hope ending their relationship for good, Liam is blind­ sided by Rick’s quick maneuver to get his sister out of the house. When learning about Hope and Liam’s defunct wedding, Steffy is surprisingly hesitant about mak­ ing her move. Rick convinces Thomas and Hope into spending more time together, hoping that will free up Caroline’s time for Rick to swoop in. Ridge and Taylor discuss the recent events and how their children’s lives have been affected by them. To add totheawkwardnessoftheoccasion,Hope and Thomas find themselves face­to­ face with Liam and Steffy. While Thomas is busy helping Hope, Rick uses the oppor­ tunity to let Caroline know that he is still verymuchinterestedinher.PamandDon­ na’s rivalry forges on as they bicker back and forth while sharing a desk at the For­ rester reception area. Bill has a difficult time containing his gratification regard­ ing the final demise of Liam and Hope’s relationship. During the press conference, Rick hijacks Hope’s announcement with a shocking announcement of his own.

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Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified and experienced Service Providers for the above works. Tender documents shall be available from the Supply Chain Management Unit Offices, 5th Floor, A.S. Chetty Building, 333 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, from 12h00 on Monday, 9 September 2013. A non-refundable tender fee in the amount R380,76 (including VAT) per document shall be levied. Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques will be accepted. Further information may be obtained from Mr Narain Singh on Cell. No. 079 526 8240. A compulsory Tender Briefing meeting will be held at 10h00 promptly on Friday, 20 September 2013, in the Supply Chain Management, 5th Floor, A.S. Chetty Building, 333 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg. Only one Tender Briefing meeting will be held. Tenderers arriving at the meeting after the stipulated starting time will be disqualified. An official will chair the meeting and answer queries raised by prospective Tenderers. Any amendment to the tender documentation arising from such answers will be circulated in terms of the meeting’s attendance register. Sealed tenders, endorsed on the envelope “Specialised Contract No. SCM 20 of 13/14”, must be placed in the Tender Box located in the Foyer, Ground Floor, City Hall, 169 Chief Albert Luthuli Street (Commercial Road), Pietermaritzburg, not later than 12h00 on Friday, 27 September 2013, when they will be opened in public. Only tenders placed in the tender box shall be accepted. Under no circumstances whatsoever will any extension of time be allowed for submission of tenders. Tender Validity Period: Ninety (90) days commencing from the closing date of tender. Tender Evaluation Criteria: The tender shall be evaluated on a Two-Stage Evaluation System. Stage 1 being Functionality and Stage 2 based on the 90/10 Preferential Points System in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2011 issued in terms of Section 5 of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act No. 5 of 2000. The Functionality for Stage 1 shall be as follows:

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CONSTRUCTION OF DEBRIS NET INCLUDING REMEDIAL WORK TO BRICKWORK AT THE PROFESSOR NYEMBEZI BUILDING, PIETERMARITZBURG Tenders are hereby invited from suitably qualified and experienced Tenderers for the above works. Only tenderers with a CIDB Contractor grading of either 2SC/2GB/2CE or higher, who have the relevant expertise, capacity, experience and/or construction equipment shall be eligible to submit tenders. Tender documents shall be available from the Supply Chain Management Unit Offices, 5th Floor, A.S. Chetty Centre, 333 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, from 12h00 on Monday, 16 September 2013. A non-refundable tender fee in the amount R151,62 (including VAT) per document shall be levied. Only cash or bank guaranteed cheques will be accepted. Further information may be obtained from Mr Yusuf Ismail on Tel. No. 033 392 2121. A compulsory Site Inspection meeting will be held at 10h00 prompt on Wednesday, 25 September 2013, on the 2nd Floor Parking Area of the Professor Nyembezi Building, 341 Church Street, Pietermaritzburg, 3201. Only one Site Inspection Meeting will be held. Only one (1) Representative per Company will be allowed to attend the meeting. Tenderers arriving at the meeting after the stipulated starting time will be disqualified. An official will chair the meeting and answer queries raised by prospective Tenderers. Any amendment to the tender documentation arising from such answers will be circulated in terms of the meeting's attendance register. Sealed tenders, endorsed on the envelope “Specialised Contract No. SCM 25 of 13/14", must be placed in the Tender Box located in the Foyer, Ground Floor, City Hall, 169 Chief Albert Luthuli Street (Commercial Road), Pietermaritzburg, 3201, not later than 12h00 on Friday, 4 October 2013, when they will be opened in public. Only tenders placed in the tender box shall be accepted. Under no circumstances whatsoever will any extension of time be allowed for submission of tenders. Tender Validity Period: Ninety (90) days commencing from the closing date of tender. Tender Evaluation Criteria: The tender shall be evaluated on a Two-Stage Evaluation System. Stage 1 being Functionality and Stage 2 based on the 80/20 Preferential Points System in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2011 issued in terms of section 5 of the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act No. 5 of 2000. The Msunduzi Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender, and reserves the right to accept the whole or any part of a tender. Each tenderer will be informed of the tender result. The Msunduzi Municipality expects businesses within the Pietermaritzburg and Midlands Region to support its contract and BEE/SMME initiatives. MR M.A. NKOSI (MUNICIPAL MANAGER)

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GREEN DOOR ENVIRONMENTAL ISAZISO SEENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS Kukhishwa isaziso ngaphansi kwesiMiso 54 seziMiso zokuhlolwa kokuthinteka komphakathi z i ka 2 0 1 0, n ga p h a n s i kwesiGaba Category (A) National Environmental Management: Waste Act (Act No 59 of 2008), esitholakala esazisweni s i k a H u l u m e n i esingunombolo R. 718 sika 2009, ngenhloso yalobukhuphekhuphe. AbaseMercor Trading (Pty) Ltd. basungula ukufaka umshini wokhu omisa isawdust nama­wood shavings kwindawo abayisebenzisa kwamanje, lapho ekukhona ibizinisi ya b o S h av i n g S u p p ly Company, eMkhondeni, e M g u n g u n d lo v u , ngaphansi kwaMasipala waseMsunduzi, KwaZulu Natali. Lentuthuko esunguliwe ibhalwe yonke imisebenzi ezowenziwa ngaphansi kwezaziso zahulumeni No. R718. Kodwa kusadingeka iBasic Assessment Process. Futhi, kufanele bathole iAtmospheric Emissions License ngaphansi kweNational E n v i r o n m e n t a l Management: Air Quality Act, 2004 (Act No 39 of 2004). Lentuthuko ingaphansi kwaSection 21 (5) Subcategory 9.6 Wood drying and manufacturing of wood products. Abantu abafisa ukubhalisa njengabantu abathintekile noma abazothinteka ngenxa yalesiphakamiso bayacelwa ukuba bathinte uRoxanne van Rooyen wakwaGreen Door Environmental, Block H, Quarry Office Park, 400 Old Howick Road, Hilton, ku P.O Box 11, eHilton, 3 2 4 5 . U c i n g o : 0 3 3 3 4 3 4 1 7 6 , I s i k h a h l a m e z i : 03 3 343 42 0 1 , I e ­ m a i l : roxanne@greendoorgroup. co.za. Ukufakwa ohlwini labathintekile, qinisekisa ukuthi imininingwane yakho iyafika kulomuntu obhalwe ngenhla zingakapheli izinsuku ezingu 14 sikhishiwe kesaziso.

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TKO Last 16 Draw: THE Telkom Knockout last 16’s will see some interesting fixtures among Pre­ mier Division’s 16 teams as they battle for the R4 million prize money for the overall winners of the competititon. The Last 16s will kick­off on Wednes­ day, 02 October 2013. The final of the TKO will be played on 30 November 2013. Fixtures SuperSport United v Ajax Cape Town Bloemfontein Celtic v Mamelodi Sun­

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“This game is on the 24th and it’s dealt with harshly. If supporters don’t ly,” he said. away team for the final. Pirates media “Aftergoingthroughthesemifinal, HE second leg of the MTN8 manager Mickey Modisane, ex- a public holiday – Heritage Day – and haveaticket,stayathome.AtOrlando semi–final between Kaizer pressedhissupportforadecisiontak- we will only be selling 28 000 tickets Stadium, the capacity is small but we we need to make sure our players stay had to take the match back to Orlan- focused to go to the final and are able Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on en by the league to name the venue for the match,” said Modisane. “It’sinlinewithrecommendations do, which is the spiritual home of Pi- to lift the trophy. We’re excited, Tuesday will decide who is coming to ahead of time. there’snottoomuchtimebetweenthe “What I like about this decision is after the Ellis Park disaster, with 10% rates.” Durban for the final between the two Withfourdaysbetweenthesemifi- semifinal and the final.” it eliminates all the bickering and un- of the stadium needing to remain Soweto giants. nalsecondlegandthefinal,Modisane empty to allow for movement.” The winner will player the winner fairness,” he said – Jerry Barnes and additional inIn 2001, 43 fans were crushed to said the biggest challenge for Pirates Modisane adding that people used of the second leg between Platinum formation by Kick-Off. Stars and Bidvest Wits who are also to ask why the venue was only select- death in a stampede during a Chiefs would be a mental one. “We have a good tempo as a club and Pirates match at Ellis Park. playing on the same day. The PSL and ed at such short notice in the past. Pirates, meanwhile, faced the Modisane said the forthcoming fix- and our pre–season started quite earthe eThekwini Municipality recently confirmed that the Wafa Wafa grand challenge of hosting a Soweto derby ture should not finale is scheduled for 28 September cup match against Chiefs at the 35 pose any secuWe supply it, we fit it and we guarantee it! 000-capacity Orlando Stadium. rity risks. at Moses Mabhida in Durban. The logistics for such a popular fix“Acts of hoo“It is now official that eThewkini will host the MTN–Wafa Wafa final on ture could pose problems for stadium liganism are going to be September 28,” said former Echo management and the PSL. sports writer, Edendale born and exYOU CAN NOW PAY YOUR DSTV SUBS AT OUR Laduma high school pupil, Thabo STEVE’S TV STORE BY CREDIT OR DEBIT CARD ONLY Mofokeng who is the spokesman for Window Tinting • Siyandima the eThekwini MuWe Also Repair TVs, Radios, DVDs PMB nicipality. Multichoice and Top TV Accredited Installers! and Amps “The venue is DSTV R399 chosenbytheorganDeodorant Alarms + Central Locking from............... R800 TVs WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE!! ising committee but Tel 033 396 1475 • Shop 17, Polly Shortts Centre, Mkondeni we do have to conTel 033 342 3728 • Shop 1, 121 Peter Kerchhoff Street, PMB Window Tinting from............................... R400 sult with them,” said Smash and Grab private car from........... R850 PSL general manager Derek BlanckenSmash and Grab Combi Siyaya from... R1 200 see, last week. “One of the issues Smash and Grab Quantum from .......... R1 200 we deal with is neuSmash and Grab Single Cab Van from .... R500 trality, which basiIndawo yokulala nokuphumula, cally rules out a MANY OTHER REMOTES AND CASINGS IN STOCK. We also install Car Sound Systems, iphephile, Ihlanzekile 2 FOR home venue for both Fog Lights, Alarms and Central Locking R sides in the final.” Pietermaritzburg: 033 342 2510, 033 346 0361 The winner of the CELL: 072 759 4555 75ml Ladysmith: 084 322 2872 Platinum Stars-Bid103 LANGALIBALELE STREET Dundee: 084 927 6486 280 BOOM ST • TEL: 033 342 0016/18 BEHIND MANI’S ELECTRONICS vest Wits semifinal Durban: 073 219 8813 DELIAN MARIAN Established 1975 • E&OE (Corner Langalibalele and Raven streets) will be listed as the CAR WASH – FULL HOUSE R35

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