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January 17, 2014
INMATES set fire to holding cells
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Firefighters at the Kokstad police station.
>> Hope Street was blocked for hours as firefighters and the police tried bring the situation to order KHAYA MAGENU
IVISIONS within the Kokstad SAPS at the Kokstad police station are reported to have come about as a result of a demonstration by more than 30 inmates in the holding cells, bringing the town to a complete standstill on Tuesday, 14 January. They also set fire to the cells using matches that were given to them by their visitors. The incident took place at around 2.30pm. After the police heard that certain inmates had dangerous weapons in the cells, they conducted a search of the cells and recovered cellphones, drugs, weapons including knives and other dangerous objects. The inmates then began toyi-toyiing because of the search. They threw hot water onto the police, refusing to obey the rules, while singing struggle songs and burning blankets and other property. Ambulances and firefighters were dispatched to put out the fire in the smoky holding cells, resultinginthepolicestationbeingindanger of burning down. Hope Street was blocked for hours as firefighters and the police tried bring the situation to order. However,afterseveralhoursofattemptingto restore order, the police requested back-up from the Port Shepstone Public Order Policing Unit who used teargas to calm the inmates down, after which they were taken to Kokstad C-Max Prison. TheEastGriqualandFeversentquestionsregarding the incident via e-mail, to the provincial police spokesperson Colonel Jay Naicker, who confirmed it, saying that the episode was under
investigation and that they were trying to find out how weapons got into the holding cells. He reported that the cells were slightly damaged, but there were no injuries. The East Griqualand Fever learnt that the incident happened after a heated SAPS meeting when some members complained about not being protected from the so-called “dangerous inmates” at the Kokstad holding cells.
However, it is understood that the complaints had fallen on deaf ears as SAPS managementpromisedtolookintothematter,butnoimmediate action was taken. It is reported, although not confirmed, that on Christmas day inmates were allegedly drunk. Naicker, when asked for comment on this report, replied via e-mail: “We are not aware of the allegations.”
The Fever then asked him about allegations thatcertainSAPSmembershadbeensmuggling weapons to prisoners. His reply via e-mail was: “We cannot comment on those allegations at this stage.” Naicker said that a case of arson and malicious damage to property had been opened for investigationandthatnoarrestshadbeenmade at the time of going to print.
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School produces exceptional pupils and at the same time we make sure that we have a effective school management team,” he said. He said the teachers specialise in maths, accounting and physical science. “This helps pupils to make improved progress though mathematics and physical science. He said as the school director and principal hehasaMaster’sdegreeineconomicsfromthe University of Stellenbosch in Cape “We even teach over the weekend, and hold extra lessons in the afternoon and our pupils don’t get less than a 98% pass mark,” he said. The school starts at Grade 8 up to Grade 12. Before Duah started the school he was a teacher in the Eastern Cape, but he resigned in 2000 to start Oxford International School, the aim of which was to uplift the standard of educationandhelptheHardingandsurrounding area communities. Duah said they also have a school in Umthatha — Science College International — which produces exceptional matric results.
Oxford International School director and principal Ernest Agyeman Duah.
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OXFORD International School in Harding has continued to make great strides towards producing quality pupils. The school was established in 2000 with a missiontotransformtheeducationexperience and it continues to be at the forefront of education. This private school provides a platform for success for pupils throughout Harding and surrounding towns and is proud to serve the needs of its community. ErnestAgyemanDuah,OxfordInternational School director and principal said in 2008, 2009 and 2010 they got a 100% matric pass rate and 2011 they dropped to 98%, while in 2012 and 2013 they also dropped to 97%. “The secret is that we have quality, dedicated and talented teachers from African countries such as Ghana, Nigeria and Zimbabwe,
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ACROWDofloudprotestorschantedoutsidetheKokstadRegionalCourt last Thursday against Zuko Mlandu (31), a police officer who allegedly shot and killed one of two Ward 1 brothers who were selling fireworks on the street on New Year’s Eve. The crowd from Horseshoe, Ward 1, was led by Councillor Phumzile Nocanda. Phumlani Gumede survived the shooting, but his brother Jabulani didn’t. Nocanda said they marched from Horseshoe to demand that the police officer not get bail. “We are here to oppose the bail of this man. We don’t take him as a man of the law, but consider him a criminal,” he said. He said the police officer acted like a person who had the intention of killing. “How do you shoot one person with five bullets and the other with seven bullets? There is no justification for what he did and the reports that he was drunk is a sign that he does not take his job or the people seriously,” he said. “The police are trained on how and when to use a gun. This man was just trigger happy,” Nocanda said. According to Phumlani, as told by Nocanda, said they were selling fireworks on the street on New Year’s Eve when the officer asked them for their permit which allowed them to sell on the street. The men reportedly complied and showed the officer their permit, then he left them to sell their goods. “A while later a drunk man [Mlandu] bought fireworks from the men and went away, but after a few minutes he went back to them and told them he was a policeman and showed them his badge,” Nocanda said. Mlandu then demanded that they show him a permit for selling on the street. One of them told him they have a permit in their shop and they went to the shop and showed Mlandu the permit. Mlandu allegedly then told the men that the permit was fake and said he was arresting them. Then an argument erupted as the men insisted that the permit was valid. They told Mlandu he was drunk and said they didn’t trust that he was a police officer as he was not wearing a uniform. During the argument Mlandu allegedly slapped a girl in the shop. “The Gumede’s got angry and took Mlandu to the police station to confirm that he was a policeman because they doubted him as he was drunk and abusive,” Nocanda said. On the way to the police station with Mlandu, the Gumede’s were approached by another street vendor who told them that Mlandu was a policeman, and told them to leave him alone because he was drunk. Theylethimgoandhetookafewstepsbackandthenstartedshooting at the men. Nocanda said Jabulani died on the spot. Phumlani is fighting for his life in hospital. Kokstad SAPS police confirmed that a case of murder and attempted murder had been opened and transferred to the Independent Police Investigations Directorate (IPID).
Army to help fight stock theft
January 17, 2014
ALTHOUGH the government deployed soldiers to help fight stock theft,drugtraffickingandstolenvehicle crossing hotspots along the borders of Lesotho, Matatiele and Maluti two years ago, the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) is still committed to help fight this ongoing crisis. Soldiers have been sent back to the Maluti and Matatiele areas to inforce law and order on the Qacha’s Nek border, which has also become a freeway for criminals transporting stock to Lesotho SANDF spokesperson Lieutenant Pamella Nonkonzo Mboniswa said since they took over the responsibility
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Police help soldiers curb stock theft, drug trafficking and the transportation of stolen vehicles along the Lesotho and South Africa in Matatiele border.
of safeguarding borders from the SAPS they have enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. “On 28 November we arrested one undocumented person at the Qacha’s Nek border. On the 29 we arrested another person in the same area when we conducted our patrols,” said Mboniswa. She said on 7 January they arrested 20 undocumented people at Qacha’s Nek. The stock-theft problem began in 1999 when the South African government withdrew the army. Before then the SANDF maintained a strong presence along the borders of Lesotho and South Africa. When the soldiers were suddenly withdrawn there was a surge of stock theft, drug trafficking and stolen vehi-
cles crossing the border. Now soldiers are back on the border,workingdayandnighttofightthis threat. However, some Matatiele resident urged the government to empower soldiers with helicopters and motor bikes enabling them to move faster, involve community village patrolandgivethemradiostocommunicate with the police and soldiers within the borders of South Africa and Lesotho. Farmers said they are targets of cross-border stock theft which is costing millions and believe that the government is not doing enough to curb stock theft.
Brothers drown in dam >> Mother said she never thought she would have to bury her children at such a young age NTUNTU DWEBA
A MATATIELE mother Catherine Peters is inconsolable after her two sons drowned in a dam last Thursday. According to Peters, the boys, aged nine and five, were playing with their friends near a bridge just outside Matatiele on the way to Maluti. She said the boys had been riding their bikes and decided to stop at the dam for a swim. “It was very hot that day so I am assuming they were feeling very hot, but with their little reasoning they didn’t think about how deep the dam is,” Peters said.
The dam had overflowed because of the heavy rain that fell the previous day, and at the time had not returned to its normal level. Peters had been in town shopping for groceries when the drownings occurred. “I left them playing around our neighbourhood, and I don’t know when they went to the dam. I was told by their friend that they jumped into the dam and but did not surface,” she said. The police were called by community members and rushed to the dam. Matatiele spokesperson Lieutenant Raphael Motloung
said they don’t have divers at the Matatieleclustersotheyhadtocallthe Kokstad SAPS to assist with divers. “One of our police officers Warrant Officer Mhloli, even though he is not a diver, jumped in to look for the children,” Motloung said. The five-year old boy was found by a community member who dived in to help look for the boys. The second child was found on the other side of the dam by Mhloli. The distraught Peters said she was heartbroken when
they found the younger of the two dead. “His lips were blue — he was lifeless. I lost hope that they would find the second one alive. It was devastating,” she said. Shesaidsheneverthoughtthatshe would have to bury her children at such a young age. “I miss them already — they alwaysfoughtinthemorningwhenpreparing for school, but they always walked together holding hands,” she
said. Motloung urged parents to always keep an eye on their children and tell them not to play in dams. “We need to be strict with our children when it comes playing around dams. There is a swimming pool with a small entrance fee and children mustbetakenthereonhotdays,”Motloung said. He said an inquest had been opened at the Matatiele Police Station.
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GKM VIEWPOINT ACTING MUNICIPAL MANAGER NYANISO MSIYA
Greater Kokstad Municipality news GREETINGS to the people of Kokstad. 2013 Matric results As we begin 2014, the 2013 matric results top my list of the things I want to share with you. As you all knowtheresultswerereleasedthisweekbytheDepartment of Education. It is very encouraging to see that our schools are improving their matric pass rate. It is agreatpleasureformetocongratulateKokstadCollege for achieving a 96,8% pass rate for the class of 2013. Let me also congratulate Shayamoya and Mount Currie High School for achieving 73,13% and 72,39% respec-
tively. There are seven high schools in Kokstad and four of those got more than a 60% pass rate. We thank the teachers, pupils, parents and stakeholders for making us proud. I encourage those who have passed to start knocking on doors for assistance and those who did not make it to try again. Back-to-school campaign The Greater Kokstad Municipality schools were fortunate to be visited by councillors, Sukuma Sakhe stakeholders as well as the members of the KZN Legislature to do community work.
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I encourage pupils to work hard from the beginning of the year in order to achieve good results at the end of the year. Welcome back of initiates On 7 January, Kokstad was honoured with the visit of King Goodwill Zwelithini. He was attending the welcoming back of initiates from the mountain. With the MEC for Health Dr Sbongiseni Dhlomo and Cogta’s Nomusa Dube-Ncube he addressed the initiates and the community about the importance of circumcision and initiation. He applauded the government for its effort in trying to reduce HIV/Aids. Let me also thank Michael Osborne for donating a cow and also everyone who contributed to make the event a success. In closing I would like readers to contribute to this column by suggesting some things I should talk about. You can e-mail me on nyaniso.msiya@kokstad. gov.za email@example.com or whatsapp me on 078 528 4972. Enkosi.
IT IS VERY EN COURAGING TO SEE THAT OUR SCHOOLS ARE IMPROVING THEIR MATRIC PASS RATE’
Residents deserve answers THE SAPS need to explain how inmates attained dangerous weapons in holding cells if they want to keep the public’s trust after this serious and embarrassing incident. Kokstad residents deserve to know what is behind troubling accusation that there are divisions within the SAPS which resulted in the chaos in the holdings cells on Tuesday. There is undoubtedly widespread corruption and abuse of power in the police service. First, the question might be asked why police management failed to sit with junior police officers to iron out their differences and problems. Communities are losing confidence in the SAPS and their negative attitude needs to change to one of trust between the police and communities.
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Give guidance and support to lecturers Monitor the implementation of Curriculum plan Assist with class visits and Quality Assurance Assist with assessment and/or moderation of assessments and tests/exams Assist the HOU in all duties and tasks – planning and organising Have an understanding of the Disciplinary Procedures ADMIN OFFICER (SCM) (Post No. 09/01/2014) CENTRAL OFFICE NOTCH PER ANNUM: R 170 799
Applications to be submitted on Z83 obtainable from any Public Service Department, should be accompanied by a comprehensive CV and certified copies of all qualifications obtained, ID document as well as a Driver’s License SACE certificate for Academic Posts
NB. All certificates and Qualifications must be certified. The date of the certification must not be older than three months). All applications must be forwarded to: The HR Manager, Esayidi FET College, Private Bag 713, Port Shepstone 4240. Applications can also be hand delivered to the HR Manager at 3 Shooters Hill, Lot 462, Nelson Mandela Drive, Port Shepstone 4240.
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR THE POST:
N.B.: Please indicate at the back of the envelope the following information: Name and Surname, Postal Address and Post Number that you are applying for.
Faxed and mailed applications will not be considered.
Three year qualification (National Diploma/Degree) in Commerce A minimum of two years’ experience in either purchasing, supply chain, procurement or provisioning
Closing date: 31 January 2014
UBuhlebezwe Municipality: 2012/2013 Draft Annual Report Notice is hereby given that, in terms of Sections 121, 127 and 130 of the Municipal Finance Management Act, 2003 (No 56 of 2003), which stipulates that each municipality must prepare an Annual Report, the Ubuhlebezwe Municipality has prepared an annual report for the 2012/2013 financial year. The Draft is available for inspection at: • Reception Municipal Main Offices • Ixopo Library • Municipal website: www.ubuhlebezwe.org.za The Annual Report will be tabled at the Council meeting to be held on 23 January 2014 at 14:00 in the Municipal Boardroom. Any person who wishes to comment may lodge a written submission on or before 4 February 2014 and direct his or her comments to the Municipality: Office of the Municipal Manager, 29 Margaret Street, Ixopo 3276. Enquiries may be directed to the Manager: IDP/PMS at (039) 834-7700 or email@example.com from Monday to Friday, 08:00-16:30. GM Sineke - Municipal Manager Human Communications D105648
IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MOUNT CURRIE HELD AT MATATIELE CASE NO. 580/012 In the matter between: CONRADIE & DE WET INCORPORATED Execution Creditor and FERNANDO LUCIO ANDRADE DIAS Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION IN PURSUANCE of a judgment in the court of the Magistrate of MATATIELE and writ of execution, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution on FRIDAY 31st DAY OF JANUARY
2014 at 10H30, at SHERIFF’S OFFICES, WESTGATE CENTRE, 32 JAGGER STREET, OFFICE NO. 2, MATATIELE to the highest bidder: I X 3 PIECE LOUNGE SUITE 1 X LG CLOUR TV ] X ELECTRIC DOOR FRlDGE 1 X 4 PLATE ELECTRIC STOVE 1 X COFFEE TABLE NB: The sale is for cash or bank guaranteed cheque only. DATED AT MATATIELE ON THIS 9th DAY OF JANUARY 2014. EXECUTION CREDITOR’S ATTORNEY, CONRADE & DE WET INCORPORATED, POPELAAN 1 POPE LANE, MATATIELE, 4730. MR CONRADIE/ hm/03C047172.
IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MOUNT CURRIE HELD AT MA TATIELE CASE NO. 84/07 In the matter between: SIRRAH HARDWARE CC Execution Creditor and ZlENGETWA MALETSATSI LUCY Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION IN PURSUANCE of a judgment in the court of the Magistrate of MATATIELE and writ of execution, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution on FRIDAY 7TH DAY OF FEBRU-
Matatiele local Municipality Municipality Masepala
notice calling FoR tHe inspection oF suppleMentaRy Valuation Roll Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 49 (1) (a) (i) read together with S78 (2) of the Local Government Municipal Property Rates Act 2004 (Act 6 of 2004), hereinafter referred to as the “Act”, that the general valuation roll for the Financial years 2013– 2014 is open for public inspection at the Municipal Offices, situated on the following addresses from 17th January 2014 to the 17th February 2014. An invitation is hereby made in terms of Section 49 (1) (a) (ii) read together with S78 (2) of the Act that any owner of property or other person who so desires should lodge an objection with the Municipal Manager in respect of any matter reflected in, or omitted from the valuation roll as such. The form for the lodging of an objection is obtainable at all Revenue offices of the Municipality in Matatiele. The completed forms addressed to the Municipal Manager must be returned to the addressed and for the attention of the people indicated: KennisgeWing in teRMe Van Munisipale eienDoMsBelasting Wet 6 Van 2004 Kennis geskied hiermee in terme van S49 (1) (a) (i) saamgelees met S (78) (2) van die Munisipale Eiendomsbelasting 6 van 2004, dat die Matatiele Plaaslike Munisipaliteit se Algemene Waardasielys (vir ‘n tydperk 1 Julie 2013-30 Junie 2014) sal oop wees vir openbare inspeksie by die aangewese munisipale kantore vanaf 17 de Januarie 2014 tot die 17de Februarie 2014. In Daarbenewens, die waardasierol sal beskikbaar wees op die munisipaliteite webwerf. ‘N Uitnodiging word hierby gemaak in terme van S (49) (a) (ii) saamgelees met S78 (2) van die Wet op Munisipale Eiendomsbelasting, 6 van 2004, dat enige eienaar van die eiendom of ander persoon wat begerig is, moet ‘n beswaar by die Munisipale Bestuurder ten opsigte van enige aangeleentheid soos gereflekteer in, of weggelaat uit, die eiendomswaardasierol binne bogenoemde tydperk. Aandag word spesifiek gevestig op die feit dat in terme van S50 (2) van die Munisipale Eiendomsbelasting Wet 6 van 2004, moet ‘n beswaar in verhoudings ‘n spesifieke individuele eiendom en nie teen die Waardasierol as sulks nie. Die vorm vir indiening van ‘n beswaar is van die munisipaliteit of van die Munisipaliteit se webtuiste verkry word. Voltooide vorms moet teruggestuur word aan die Munisipale Bestuurder.
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Congratulations to KEHS pupil for excellent results
CONGRATULATIONS again to Sarah Kirk on her excellent matric results, King Edward High is 100 years old, run on a Christian, non-racial basis. Sarah’s great grand father and grandfather from both sides were pioneer farmers in this area for more than a century. However, “sweet Matat” did not acknowledge this success by Sarah? Wendy, Cedarville
KING EDWARD HIGH IS 100 YEARS OLD, RUN ON A CHRISTIAN, NONRACIAL BASIS’
ARY 2014 at 10H30, at SHERIFF’S OFFICES, WESTGATE COMPLEX, 32 JAGGER STREET, OFFICE NO.2 MATATIELE to the highest bidder: I X 4 PIECE DINING LOUNGE SUITE 1 X ROOM DIVIDER 1 X NATIONAL COLOUR TV I X FUTRONIC DVD MACHINE NB: The sale is for cash or bank guaranteed cheque only. DATED AT MATATIELE ON THIS 10th DAY OF JANUARY 2014. EXECUTION CREDITOR’S ATTORNEY, CONRADIE & DE WET INCORPORATED, POPELAAN 1 POPE LANE, MATATIELE, 4730. MR CONRADIE/ hm/04S042016.
Sarah Kirk, the 2013 dux of King Edward High School, holds her certificate and trophy at the provincial prize giving in East London recently where she was recognised for her outstanding achievements.
IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COllRT FOR THE DISTRICT OF MOUNT CURRIE HELD AT MATATIELE CASE NO. 393/07 In the matter between: SIRRAH HAIlDW ARE CC Execution Creditor and MORNING DEW TRADING 314CC Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION IN PURSUANCE of a judgment in the court of the Magistrate of MAT ATIELE and writ of execution, the goods listed hereundel: will be sold in execution on FRIDAY 7th DAY OF FEBRUARY 2014 at 10H30, at SOMDA-
KA BUILDING SHERlFF’S OFFICES, l\11A.LUTI to the highest bidder: 1 X 9 PIECE DINING ROOM SUITE 1 X 3 PIECE LOUNGE SUITE (BLACK LEATHER) 1 X KKC DEEP FREEZER I X SAMSUNG ELECTRIC DOUBLE DOOR FRIDGE (SILVER GREY) N1B: The sale is for cash or bank guaranteed cheque only. DATED ATMATATIELE ON THIS g111 DAY OF JANUARY 2014. EXECUTION CREDITOR’S ATTORNEY, CONRADE & DE WET INCORPORATE, POPELAAN 1 POPE LANE, MATATIELE, 4730. MR CONRADIE/ hm/04S042016.
uBiZo loKuHlola uMQulu WoKuBHatalisa iMiHlaBa Nasi isazizo ngemithetho yesixeko-49 (1) (c) sokutsalela imihlaba yomasipala 2004 (womgaqo-siseko 6 ka 2004), ebizwa apha “umgaqo-siseko”, ukuba umqulu wokuhlawulisa uwonke-wonke kwaba nyaka mali 2013 - 2014 uvuliwe ukuba uhlolwe luluntu lonke kwii-ofisi zikamasipala ukusukela ngomhla we 17th January 2014 to the 17th February 2014 kwezindawo zilandelayo: Isimemo senziwa ngomthetho wesixeko-49(1)(a)(ii) womgaqo siseko ukuba umntu onomhlaba okanye onqwenela ukuba nomhlaba angaphikisa imanejala kamasipala ngalomba, kunye nemiba engafakwanga kulomqulu. Ngomthetho wesixeko 50(2) womgaqo siseko uphikiso lunga nxulumelana nomhlaba womntu othile, hayi ngomqulu wokuhlawulisa. Amaphepha okufaka isiphikiso ayafumaneka kwii ofisi zikamasipala eMatatiele Amaphepha abhalwe iziphikiso amele abuyiselwe kwezidilesi zilandelayo abhalelwe imanejala kamasipala ukuze ziqwalaselwe: tseBiso ya Masepala Ka Ho tsHeHetsWa Ke - Municipal pRopeRty Rates act 6 oF 2004 Ho phatlalatswa tsebiso e tsheheditseng lefapheng S49(1)(a)(i) tse balwang lefapheng S (78)(2) ya molao wa Municipal Property Rates Act 6 ya 2004 ,o reng di price tsa meaho ( ho tloha ka kgwedi ya Phupjane(July) 2013 hoya ho kgwedi ya Phupu ( June) 2014 le tla tholahala ho bo Masepala ba kgethuweng le ho Website ya Masepala hotle Setjhaba se hlahlobe.Hona ho tla etsahala ka mohlala 17th January 2014 to the 17th February 2014. Ho phatlalatswa tsebiso ka molao o tsheheditsweng ho lefapha 49(1)(a)(ii) le balwang ke lefapha la 78(2) ya Municipal Property Rates Act 6 ya 2004 e reng Setjhaba se batlang ho kenya ditletlebo ka ho hongotsweng le hosa ngolwang ho di price tsa meaho le diromele ofising ya Municipal Manager. Bolela ka ditletlebo hotlamehileng hore dibe ka mokgwa wa eo a tletlebang e seng hoya ka lenaneho la ho rata meaho. Hona ho akareditswe ho lefapha 50 (2) la molao wa Municipal Property Rates Act 6 ya 2004.Pampiri ya ditletlebo e ya fumaneha meahong ya Masepala le ho Website ya Masepala. Ka hofela dipampiri dika ronyelwa ho Municipal Manager. Office 102 Main Street, Matatiele Municipal Offices Municipality Website: www.matatiele.co.za DR D.c.t. naKin Municipal ManageR notice no: 2013/2014-110
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY We req ppl to feed schools. Net profit R13K per month. 074 218 2119 or 074 790 7230
Specialist in Solar power solutions, installation of cctV, lightning protection and oV HDtV systems roboguard agent. Phone: Guido landry 072 972 9587 Pro – right first time ! He showed me my problems in a mirror I thought Mr. Mongan and Sarah were lying and I confessed to Sudir after meeting him. I had a lot of doubts but it is true. Sudir is the best heater in the shortest period time with cost of R150. He gave me STAMINA oil to apply to my palm with a magic stone and within an hour I had luck as last with casino, horses and gambling. I made a choice and won R5.5 million!!! all my accounts are paid up and I have investments now. My aut Vanessa (57 years) is happy after I took her to Sudir her husband is back after 16 years. Mrs. Naidoo (47 years)-thank God for showing me this man. Are you feeling totally helpless and financially down? Sudir demonstrates on SABC TV and radio after fortnight how to use STAMINA oil to win, casino, lotto and other gambling actually was so surprised after myself confronted him tried STAMINA oil and won at Suncoast R945.300.54. Thank Sudir to serve me out of credits and capitalise me. Mrs. Sarah 62 yrs. Find him in Kokstad and Bizana, please call him on 083 4677 519
786 CHITAMULO HERBALISTS AND MAIL ODER Cell NO 073 0031 175/084 3361 316 24HRS. 1. Buyisa isithandwa sakho R350-00 2. Sula isikweletu esingapheliyo R500.00 3. Imali esheshayo R1000.00 4. Buyisa umuntu owaswelekayo ngendlela engaqondakaliyo R1500.00 5. Khulisa induku R300.00 6. Amagundane/ impuku zemali R800.00 7. Isendawana imihlola ongayibona R900.00 8. Khetha intombi oyifunayo R200.00 9. Cupa intombi ibeyakho wadwa R350.00 10. Umsebenzi ungaphelanga ulethe R250.00 11. Thola ingani ma ungazali R400.00 12. Phumelela ezifundweni zakho R350.00 13. Thola ithenda R250.00 14. Ibiziness yakho ikhuphuke R500.00 15. Wabanjwa noma kunini uyaphuma 7 Days Ngitholakala eHarding/Portshepstone naseKokstad
100% Wesintu BABANGIDA UBABANGIDA ULAPHA UKUZOKWESULA WENA INYEMBEZI • Imali esheshayo manje manje, ngena esitolo ubuye nemali R175 • Ukubuyisa isithandwa sakho sikufonele in 15 mins R195 • Sikhulisa induku ibe namandla 9 mins R260 • Magic wallet R220 • Izintwala zengulube 3 mins R170 • Hola kathathu emsebenzini R200 • Umuthi wokuthandwa emsebenzini 20 mins R200 • Umuthi wentombi nowesilisa 8 mins R240 • Imali esheshayo engine e bank 10 mins R270. • Sula izikweletu 9 mins R300 • Ukubuyisa izinto ezilahlekile 5 mins R180 • Amadoda anenkinga kwezocansi/ ukushesha uchithe R210 • Nyamalalisa isisu ngo R250 • Thola ingane R120 • Bolekisa ngegudwane likuzele nemali R280
Ngitholakala eKokstad naseMthatha. Please call me on 076 058 6410
Matatiele Local Municipality news WARM greetings to all readers. Back to school President Jacob Zuma declared education a societal matter. The Matatiele Local Municipality, through the special programmes unit, is assisting disadvantaged pupils with registering at higher learning institutions of their choice. Matriculants who have been admitted at tertiary institutions are advised to takle their statement of symbols, acceptance letter from institutions, proof of residence, etc. As part of lending a helping hand to less privileged pupils from Matatiele, the
municipality has bursaries available for the following fields of study — Bsc. agricultural science and Bsc. civil rngineering. For more info phone 039 737 3135 (o/h) Community services: public safety unit On its mission to provide integrated transport and emergency services to the Matatiele community, the department has issued 218 driver’s licences and out of 200 people who booked for their learner’s licence, 146 passed their learner’s licence in December alone. Job creation alleviation poverty Statistics shows that the unemployment rate is
still high. The Matatiele Local Municipality Area also faces that challenge, however the municipality, with its small budget, has created a number of jobs for the Matatiele community through Nkhoesa Mofokeng Programme and EPWP. These programmes are aimed at maintaining municipal access roads and have benefited 520 people who were appointed in October 2013. Ninety people were appointed during the municipal second quarter (October to December 2013) under the Extended Public Works Programme for waste
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collection. That is all from us for now, till next time, stay safe and be blessed. Thank you sweet people of Matat, a destination of choice and excellence.
Umzimkhulu Tel: (039) 259 5000/5300 Fax: (039) 259 0427
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169 Main Street Private Bag 53 Umzimkhulu 3297 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PROVINCE OF KWAZULU-NATAL KZN435
• Buyisa isithandwa sakho R350 •Sula isikweleti sakho R600 • Imali esheshayo R270 •Ukubuyisa umuntu owashona ngendlela engaqondakali kahle R1500 • Khulisa induku R350 • Amagundane/izimpuku zemali R800 •Khetha intombi oyifunayo R260 • Umsebenzi ongaphelanga R450 • Thola ithenda R300 • IBizinis yakho ikhuphuke R500 • Khipha umuntu ejele R600 • Imali ingena kwi account yakho 20 minute •Siyabethele emzini wakho R1200 •Hlanganisa isitha sakho, gudluza umuntu ongamfuni R250 • Hola kabini emsebenzini wakho R250 • Silapha isi-trock/isifo sokuwa R400 • Otikoloshe abalanda imali ngosuku R600
KZN435/13/14/014/CORP The uMzimkhulu municipality an equal opportunity employer requires the services of suitable qualified, skills and experienced candidate for the under mentioned challenging position
Ngitholakala eHarding / Port Shepstone Cell 081 061 9107/ 061 013 2842
1. REVENUE ACCOUNTANTED (PL1) SALARY: R351 569.00 PER ANNUAL
Notice of Application for Basic Assessment An application for environmental authorization in terms of the EIA Regulations has been lodged with the Province of the Eastern Cape Department of Economic Development and Environmental Affairs (DEDEA). The proposed activity requires application subject to basic assessment. All interested parties who wish to receive information on these environmental assessments are invited to register with the contact person below within 14 days of this advert. The Matatiele Local Municipality propose implementing the following projects: Project Name
Matatiele Local Municipality
Mahasheni Bridge 1 Mahasheni Bridge 2 Mnqayi Bridge Afsondering Sports Field Complex Mahangwe Sports Field Complex Nkau Sports Field Complex Majoro Sports Field Complex Nice Sports Field Complex Epiphany Sports Field Complex
Ward no. 14 Ward no. 14 Ward no. 5 Ward no.9 Ward no.6 Ward no.12 Ward no.16 Ward no.14 Ward no. 22 Contact:Josette Oberholzer or Iain Jourdan Ph: 031 765 2942 Fax: 086 549 0342 Email: email@example.com
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS • MATRIC • B. COM DEGREE OR EQUIVALENT • COMPUTER LITERATE • RELEVANT EXPERIENCE (3-4 YEARS) • VALID DRIVERS LICENCE KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS • • • • • • •
Managing and directs Revenue Management unit objectives and processes Analysing and approving revenue recording process referring to information detailed in supporting documentation and resolving deviations from procedures. Preparing statistical reports depicting short to medium term cash flow tenders inclusive of explanations to support specific deviations. Analysing and verifying transactional recordings,debtor reports and summaries and, processing or approving adjustments to entries. Monitoring the notifications for circulation to overdue debtors and/or communicating, calculations and establishing payment terms and conditions with defaulters. Performing reconciliations. Generating debtor’s age analysis reports and checks the status of account with a view to referring arrear / overdue accounts for further action.
2. TRAFFIC OFFICER (PL3) SALARY: 129 000.00 BENEFITS: DANGER AND SHIFT ALLOWANCE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS • MATRIC • TRAFFIC OFFICERS DIPLOMA • UNDERSTANDING OF TRANSPORT LEGISLATION /NRTA 93/96 EXAMINER OF DRIVING LICENCE (K53) • COMPUTER LITERATE • REGISTERED AS A TRAFFIC WITH RELEVANT TRAFFIC BODIES • 3 YEARS EXPERIENCE AS A TRAFFIC OFFICER • VALID DRIVERS LICENCE
UMUZIWABANTU MUNICIPALITY 10 MURCHISON STREET, HARDING 4680 TEL: 039 433 1205 FAX: 039 433 1208 KWAZULU-NATAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008 (ACT NO. 06 OF 2008) INVITATION TO COMMENT ON THE PROPOSED SUBDIVISION The Umuziwabantu Municipality has received an application in terms of the KwaZuluNatal Planning and Development Act, 2008 (Act No. 06 of 2008) for the proposed Rezoning of land for the property identified hereunder. The application is for: 1. Proposed Rezoning of Remainder of Erf 41 situated on Stafford Street Harding Township from “Special Residential” to “General Residential” The proposed rezoning is for the construction of six multi unit residential developments. The above property is within the jurisdiction of Umuziwabantu Municipality and within the Harding Town Planning Scheme. A copy of the application and its accompanying documents will be open for inspection by interested members of the public during office hours at Umuziwabantu Municipality Development Planning and Infrastructure Department, 7 Holman Street or at Umuziwabantu Municipal Library, 10 Murchison Street, Harding. Any person having sufficient interest in the proposed development is invited to submit written comments to the Municipality within 30 days from the date of this notice. Please note that any comment/s received after the expiry date of the 30-day comment period will be considered invalid, hence the municipality may refuse to accept comments. Comments may be lodged by registered post, by hand or e-mail to the following details: Z. Mncwango, 7 Holman Street, Private Bag X1023 Harding 4680, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: (039) 433 2056, Fax (039) 433 1208. S. Mbhele Municipal Manager
KEY PERFORMANCE AREAS • Regulate and control traffic upon any public road • Inspect or test any part and functioning of any vehicle and equipment with a view to ascertaining whether such vehicle comply with the provision of the act • Exercise or perform any power and duties conferred upon an inspector of licences in terms of section 8 • Attend to emergencies motor vehicle accident and incidents and disaster ,conduct escorts VIP and abnormal load and all other related duties • Enforce the law in terms of NRTA93/96 and the bylaws of municipality and the by laws of municipality KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND COMPETENCY • Communications skills. • Interpersonal skills. • Ability to work under pressure and long hours. • People management skill. CLOSING DATE : 30 JANUARY 2014 Enquiries can be directed to the corporate services manager .no fax or email application will be accepted. UMzimkhulu municipality is an equal opportunity employer with strong gender basics, woman and disabled candidates are encourage to apply MR Z.S. SIKHOSANA MUNICIPAL MANAGER. All applications with comprehensive curriculum vitae, application letter, certified copies of education qualification must be addressed to: The Municipal Manager Attention; Corporate Services Manager (MS N.N.NDUKU) UMzimkhulu Municipality P.O.BOX 53 UMZIMKULU
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Matatiele local Municipality Municipality Masepala
PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE FOR THE DISPOSAL OF MUNICIPAL SITES The Matatiele Local Municipality hereby invites comments from members of the community and interested persons as per requirements of Regulation 5 and 6 of the Municipal Asset Transfer Regulations for the proposed disposal of vacant sites. The details of the sites are shown on the table below. Comments or objections should reach the Municipality within a period of 21 days from the date of this notice, the closing being 7th February 2014. Written comments or representatives may be hand delivered or posted to:The Municipal Manager, 102 Main Street, Matatiele, 4730. Enquiries regarding the above should be directed to the EDP Department: Mrs B. Ntloko 039 737 3135 ISAZISO MALUNGA NOKUTHENGISWA KOMHLABA KAMASIPALA UMasipala wase Matatiele ukhupha esi simemo kumalungu asekuhlaleni kunye nabantu abanomdla ngoku gunyaziswa ngumgaqo wesihlanu (5) nowe sithandathu (6) we Asset Transfer Regulations ngocebo lokuthengiswa komhlaba ka Masipala. Imibono okanye impikiswano ngalombono ziyacelwa ukuba zithunyelwe kwi Ofisi yakwa Town Planning kwintsuku ezingadlulanga kuma Shumi amabini ananye (21) ukusuka kumhla wesi saziso, umhla wokuvala ngumhla wesixhenxe kwinyanga yoMdumba 2014 (07/02/2014). Iincukacha ngomhlaba ozakuthengiswa zibonakalisiwe ekugqibeleni kwesi simemo. Imibono ebhaliweyo ingathunyelwa ngesandla okanye ngesikhwama seposi kumphathi wakwa Masipala uGqirha DCT Nakin kule dilesi: Municipal Offices, 102 Main Street, Matatiele 4730 okanye kwi ofisi zikaMasipala eMaluti nase Cedarville. Imibuzo ngesi saziso ingasiwa kwi ofisi yase EDP Department: Mrs B. Ntloko 039 737 3135 TLHAHISO YA HO REKISWA HWA MOBU WA MASEPALA Masepala wa Matatiele ontsha tsebiso ena ka tlasa molao wa Regulation 5 le 6 wa Municipal Asset Transfer Regulations. Baahi banang le thahasello yantshetso pele ya setsha bakotjwa ho hlahisa Maikutlo abona ba wa romelle Ofising ya Town Planning pele ho feta matsatsi a 21 ho tloha letsatsi leo tsebiso ena ephatlaladitsweng, ho fihlela mohla la 07 February 2014. Dinthla mabapi le tokomane ena debontshitswe qetellong ya tlhahiso ena. Ditokomane tsena di ya fumaneha dikantorong tsa Masepala tse Matatiele, Maluti le Cedarville ka dinako tsa tshebetso. Maikutlo a karomellwa ho Motshwari waMasepala Dr DCT Nakin, Dikantorong tsaMasepala, 102 Main Street, Matatiele 4730. Dipotso tsohle di ka lebiswa kantorong ya EDP Department: Mrs B. Ntloko 039 737 3135 developing public toilets Health and Social services NAME OF COPERATIVE
Sikhululiwe Bawo Women co-op
Portion of the Remainder of Erf 1 next to the sewarage Matatiele
for Agricultural Agriculture purposes
Matatiele Re-cycling primary co-operative project
Portion of the Remainder of Erf 1 next to Land fill site Matatiele
Ntataise youth project
Erf 54 Cedarville
Thusanang community project
Toilet Paper manufacturing purposes
Portion of the Remainder of Erf 12 Cedarville
providing shelter for destitute children
Abadala place of safety.
Erf 357 Matatiele Itsokolele
providing shelter Public Open for old aged Space persons
Sediba Sa Tshepo
Erf 943 Maluti
providing shelter Residential for orphans
Mncedisi Donald Mcwabani
portion 64 of Erf 28 Matatiele
developing public toilets
DCT NAKIN MUNICIPAL MANAGER Notice No: 2013/2014-111
Health and Social services
ShredBettys coming to Matat QUINTIN VAN JAARSVELD >>email@example.com
HE ShredBettys, a group of adrenaline-fuelled female athletes, will be tackling the heralded Matatiele terrain on dirt bikes from 31 January to 2 February. The group, who host and co-host events, comprises of all levels of action-sports athletes from beginners to some of the leading figures in South African women’s action sports. Their forthcoming event is a three-day biking adventure to the base of the Three Sisters. ShredBettys’ vision to form a female fraternity of action- sports athletes who train, travel and compete together in motocross, enduro and off-road racing, surfing, BMXing, mountain biking, skateboarding, sandboarding, flowboarding and snowboarding has seen the group skyrocket to 1 000 members from across the country. Nicole Salt and Lanza van der Mescht, co-founders of ShredBettys, say the group are as much about camaraderie as it is goal-driven and believe it’s this balance that is the key to their success and popularity. “Our events mission is to create a progressive and fun atmosphere and welcome all abilities and give girls a place to showcase their skills and learn and progress,” Salt told the Fever. Havinghostedeventsacrossthecountry,including an annual end-of-year trip to Lesotho over the past fewyears,theShredBettysmadeitoneoftheirprimary missions to finally visit Matatiele for the first time in 2014 and teamed up with Sakkie Maartens to ensure a memorable event. “We’re always amped to ride new places and meet new girls. We have heard great things from the country’s top riders about their time spent riding in Matat and after seeing the photos, we were determined to go see it for ourselves. “Girls want to ride different places and terrain, but
don’t always know where to go, so we organise the trip and take them with so they can ride in a fun, safe environment with other girls. “Sakkie will be supplying the accommodation, the guided rides and all meals. He is good fun and super hospitable, his daughter [Codi Maartens] is the youngest member of our team and we are looking forward to the view from his pool and entertainment area that we have heard so much about after the ride.” Salt said she’s confident the group will revel in the Matatiele terrain but said beginner and intermediate riders will be catered for nonetheless. “After a fun and hard four days of riding in Lesotho, Ithinkweareallreadyforanyterrain.Havingsaidthat, we will split our group into two along the routes where the more advanced riders can tackle the harder stuff and the weekend warriors and newbies can just enjoy a chilled, easy ride.” Salt added that although the group are passionate about introducing more females to action sports, men and children are welcome to join them on their trips. “The girls all say it’s so much more fun riding with other girls than just guys all the time. It’s a lot more relaxed and the camaraderie is awesome, but we also still enjoy guys and families joining us on all our trips as most venues cater for families. This ride doesn’t really cater for kids but we have a few guys joining us again as they do on all our trips.” The three-day event costs R480 per day (single) or R420 per day (sharing) and includes accommodation, breakfast, dinner and two rides. The ShredBettys will be giving away a free trip to two lucky women. To stand a chance of winning, “like” the group’s Facebook’spage—www.facebook.com/shredbettys1 — and “share” this event. To book, contact Salt ont 082 796 5497 or visit www.shredbettys.org.za
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Public Notice Council Meeting I, Dr. D.C.T. Nakin, the Municipal Manager, as instructed by the Speaker, Cllr. K.J. Bosman-Magangana, hereby give Notice that in terms of Section 19(b) of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act 2000 (Act No. 32 of 2000) the next Ordinary Council Meeting of the Matatiele Local Municipality will be held on Friday, 24 January 2014 at 11h00 in the Matatiele Town Hall for the tabling of 2012/2013 Draft Annual Report, 2013/2014 Mid Year Budget and Performance Report, 2013/2014 Revised SDBIP and the Proposed Draft Budget Adjustment 2013/2014. In terms of Section 130 (1)(a)(b) of MFMA allows the public to engage in the discussion of the Annual Report. isaziso soMPhakathi iNtlaNgaNiso ye BhUNga Mna, Dr. D.C.T. Nakin, Umphathi ka Masipala, ngokomyalelo kaSomlomo, uCeba K.J. Bosman-Magangana, ndazisa, ngokwe Candelo 19(b) loMthetho woHlobo lokuSebenza kooMasipala baseMakhaya (uMthetho 32 ka 2000) ukuba intlanganiso yeBhunga kaMasipala iyakubanjwa ngoLwesihlanu, umhla we 24 kweyoMqungu 2014 ngentsimbi yeshumi elinanye kwi Holo yeDolophu yase Matatiele ukothula ingxelo yonyaka mali 2012/2013, ingxelo yentsebenzo yesiqingatha sokuqala sonyaka mali 2013/2014, Revised SDBIP kanyaka mali 2013/2014 kunye ne Proposed Draft Budget Adjustment 2013/2014. Ngokwe Candelo 130(1)(a)(b) loMthetho weMFMA, uluntu lwamkelekile ukuhlala kwiintlanganiso okuxoxwa kuzo iingxelo zonyaka mali. tseBiso ya setjhaBa koPaNo ya khaNsele Nna, Dr. D.C.T. Nakin, Motshwari wa Masepala wa le hae wa Matatiele, ka ho laelwa ke Sebui, Molekgotla K.J. Bosman-Magangana, ke tsebisa hore tlasa karolwana ya 19(b) ya molao wa tsamaiso ya bo Masepala ba mahaeng (Act 32 of 2000) hore lekgotla la Masepala le tla tshwara kopano ka la Bohlano ka mohla wa 24 Pherekong 2014 ka hora ya leshome le motso o mong Holong ya Toropo ya Matatiele ho phatlalatsa Raporoto ya selemo (Annual Report) sa 2012/2013 le Raporoto ya Hara selemo (Midyear) sa 2013/2014 le Revised SDBIP ya selemo sa 2013/2014, le Proposed Draft Budget Adjustment 2013/2014. Ka hoya ka karolwana 130(1)(a)(b) ya molao wa puso ya MFMA, setjhaba ka kakaretso seya mengwa ho nka karolo kopanong ena. oPeNBare keNNis gewiNg raads vergaderiNg Ek, Dr D.C.T. Nakin, die Munisipale Bestuurder, soos deur die Speaker, rdl. K.J. Bosman-Magangana, gee hiermee dat in terme van Artikel 19 (b) van die Wet op Plaaslike Regering: Munisipale Stelsels, 2000 (Wet 32 van 2000) kennis dat die volgende gewone vergadering van die Raad van die Matatiele Plaaslike Munisipaliteit sal op Vrydag, 24 Januarie 2014 om 11h00 in die Matatiele Stadsaal gehou sal word vir die indiening van die 2012/2013 Konsep Jaarverslag, 2013/2014 Mid Jaar verslag oor die begroting en prestasie, en die 2013/2014 hersiende Diens en Begroting Instellingsplan en die Aanpassings begroting 2013/2014. Ingevolge Artikel 130(1)(a)(b) van die Munisipale Finansiele Bestuurswet word lede van die publiek, die media en ander belanghebbendes uitgenooi om die vergardering by te woon. MUNiCiPal MaNager dr d.C.t NakiN NotiCe No: 2013/2014-118
Published on Jan 17, 2014