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Theft hits ratepayers hard MONIQUE VERMEULEN THE Kouga Municipality is losing 8% of its yearly income to illegal electricity connections - and the municipality has admitted that it is losing a “war” with residents who steal cables and hotwire power connections. While the Kouga municipality is putting measures in place to combat this, it is facing a massive task under tough circumstances as those who do not have power refuse to wait in the dark while others have light, so they illegally glean electricity from the wires serving the connected. “Despite our attempts to curb electricity theft, it remains a serious challenge,” said Mfundo Sobele, municipal spokesperson. “Apart from contributing to holes in the municipal budget, the practice can lead to the loss of lives - be in innocent children or adults, or those who install these illegal connections.” During a recent visit to Tokyo Sexwale, members of the Jeffreys Bay Police came across a house in Oliver Thambo Street that was illegally supplying electricity to all the surrounding shacks. “No electrical boxes were found in these shacks, only open live wires connected with circuit breakers. And although the sun was shining all the lights were on, music were playing and pots were cooking on the stove,” said w.o Petra

Els from the Jeffreys Bay Police. The case was reported to the municipality. Sobele said whenever they find illegal connections, the necessary punitive measures are taken. “The municipality is in possession of a list of all the houses were tampering has happened, but due to the strike, we have not been able to take action as swiftly as possible. Under normal circumstances we disconnect immediately. This house will be no exception. “In an attempt to deal with electricity theft we send out teams to do ad hoc inspections at houses. When we find that the owner of the house has violated the rules by tampering with the box, we immediately disconnect and issue a fine of R1 000, which is payable to the local magistrate. A second offence will result in a R1 500 fine and a disconnection and a third offence shall result in a permanent disconnection.” According to one woman, whose house is connected illegally, municipal officials and councillors are aware of these illegal connections, but no action has been taken yet. She claimed that she was helped by people who deal with electricity and are knowledgeable on its workings, in making her connection. Residents are urged to report electricity theft at the technical service stations at 0 042 200 2234 (Jeffreys Bay) and 0 042 200 8353 (Humansdorp). Alternatively, phone the municipal switchboard at 0 042 200 2200.

Inwoners word gewaarsku om nie hierdie note wat kleurselvlekke op het, te aanvaar nie. Foto: VERSKAF

Polisie waarsku teen gevlekte banknote MONIQUE VERMEULEN DIE Jeffreysbaai-polisie het onlangs ’n verklaring uitgereik om die publiek te waarsku teen gevlekte banknote. “Inwoners word gewaarsku om nie hierdie note wat kleurselvlekke op het, te aanvaar nie,” het a.o Petra Els gesê. “Dit is opbrengste van misdaad en daarom onwettig om dit in jou besit te hê. Banke sal verder ook nie dié banknote aanvaar of omruil nie.” Volgens Els is daar van dié note in omloop in Jeffreysbaai. “’n Motoris het onlangs met ’n gevlekte R100 vir petrol, wat hy by ’n vulsasie ingegooi het, betaal. Toe die spesifieke vulstasie die dag se geld wou gaan bank, wou die bank nie dié R100-

noot aanvaar nie.” Hoe ken jy gevlekte banknote uit? Banknote kan met kleursel bevlek word met die hulp van ‘n geld-bewaringstegniek, byvoorbeeld tydens rooftogte. Dié note sal gewoonlik inkvlekke van pienk, blou, oranje of rooi hê en kan oor die hele noot, aan die kante of dele daarvan, voorkom. Els waarsku die publiek om vir die vlekke uit te kyk en moedig mense aan wat in besit is van sulke note om dit so gou moontlik na hul naaste banktak te neem wat by magte is om ’n eisvorm van die SA Reserwebank aan hulle te gee. As jy vermoed die note wat jy by ‘n OTM onttrek het, is gevlek, moet jy die ontrekkingstrokies saam met die eisvorm instuur.

POLICE WOMEN END WOMEN’S MONTH WITH FLAIR

The women of the Jeffreys Bay Police station made up hampers of mealy meal and soup to hand out to the needy people in the community. The mealy meal was spon­ sored and the members of the Jeffreys Bay Police sponsored the soup packages. A total of hundred food hampers were given out to the needy in the Jeffreys Bay community on August 22. On August 26 they made a surprise visit to Ithemba crèche in Tokyo Sexwale and treated the children and the staff to a steaming hot cup of soup. Women of Jeffreys Bay also kicked of a new Project in Women’s Month. The Project named “Bottles of Love” will be an ongoing project where bottles for small change are left and collected at businesses and in the community of Jeffreys Bay. The money collected this way will be utilized where ever there is need in the community. Photo: SUPPLIED


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‘Pad by Paradysstrand sal gelig moet word’ MARISKA SPOORMAKER PARADYSSTRAND se “vleilandgevangenes” wie se toegangspad na hul huise al van 4 Julie deur water versper word, glo hul enigste redding sal wees om die pad te lig. ’n Spesiale vergadering is vroeër die week hieroor gehou. Japie Buckle, provinsiale koördineerder van die Werk vir Vleilande-projek, het op dié vergadering ook die hidrologie van ’n vleilandstelsel aan die vasgekeerde inwoners verduidelik. Oor die Kouga-munisipaliteit se

planne om die water uit te pomp, het Buckle gesê: “Hulle sal pomp tot hulle blou is in die gesig. “Die water uit die hoërliggende vleilandgebiede sal net aanhou dreineer na dié spesifieke watergevulde vleiland voor hul huise omdat dit op die laagste punt van die stelsel lê.” Hy glo ook die oplossing lê in die lig van Johan Muller-rylaan, “maar dit hoef net die gedeeltes te wees wat nou onder water is”. Dié pad, wat nog plek-plek tot 1,5 meter onder water is, volg die kontoer van die landskap oor die heuwel en deur die drif. Frikkie van den Berg het namens

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die “vleiland-gevangenes” gesê hulle stem saam met die brug-opsie, “want ons wil nie ons vleiland vernietig nie”. Maar van waar die geld vir só iets gaan kom, is ’n ander storie. Van den Berg wonder of hulle nie maar hul belastinggeld hiervoor opsy moet sit nie. “Want ons kry in elk geval geen dienste van die munisipaliteit nie. Ons septiese tenks loop al oor, die vullis word nie verwyder nie en kommunikasie met die munisipaliteit bly baie swak.” Laura-Leigh Randall, woordvoerder van die Kouga-munisipaliteit, het gesê die bou van brûe sal

spesiale begrotingsaanpassings vra, “want ons sal elders finansiering daarvoor moet kry”. Sy het ook daarop gewys dat die munisipaliteit wel in noue gesprek met Paradysstrand se belastingbetalersvereniging is. Intussen het die waarde van hul eiendomme al met 45% gedaal, vertel Van den Berg. “Dis wat die eiendomsagente vir ons sê. Nou praat ons nie eens van die erwe wat nou nog onder water is nie.” Buckle glo dat die kopers van dié erwe hul geld moet gaan terugeis “van by wie hulle dit ookal gekoop het. Jy kan nie daar bou nie. Dit gaan weer gebeur”.

Kareedouwpolisie se fone lol MONIQUE VERMEULEN

Met die hulp van die Joubertina Buurtwag het die Joubertina­polisie binne ’n japtrap ’n bakkie wat op 28 Augustus in Stormsrivier gesteel was, terug gevind. Verantwoordelik vir die arrestasie van die verdagtes is Sers. K. Booisen Van Belling, Boet Maya (buurtwag voorsitter) en Henry Lanklaas. Foto: VERSKAF

Drie vroue hou die leisels stewig was by die Joubertina­polisiekan­ toor. Dit is die eerste keer dat drie afdelings van die polisie onder die bestuur van vroue is. Die speurders word bestuur deur Kaptein Winnaar (speur­hoof), Luit. Kol. Slater is die Stasie Kommissaris en Luit. Josias (Sigpol­hoof) is in beheer van die uniform lede. Foto: VERSKAF

Die Kareedouw-polisiekantoor se telefone is sedert die begin van die week buite werking weens probleme met Telkomlyne. Volgens Kaptein Henk de Vos, is Dimension Data - wie vir die telefoonlyne verantwoordelik is - bewus van die probleem en werk tans daaraan om verbinding so spoedig moontlik te bewerkstellig. “In die tussen tyd vra ons diegene wat wel na die stasie toe skakel om asseblief geduldig te wees. Dit gebeur wel soms dat oproepe deurkom en ons raai persone aan om aanhou te probeer bel totdat daar antwoord is,” het De Vos gesê. Die Kareedouw-polisie kan met ’n groot gesukkel by 0 042 288 7100 of 0 042 288 7128 gekontak word.

M. Viljoen (middel) is die wenner van ’n Training Edge en SuperSpar koopbewys. S. Cooper van Training Edge en Pierre Venter (regs) van SuperSpar oorhandig die prys. Foto: VERSKAF


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Marina helps to fix potholes THE Marina Martinique Homeowners’ Association has jumped in to help the municipality fix the flood-battered roads of Jeffreys Bay. Vernon Heunis, manager of the association, said five tons of tar had been ordered to fill potholes along the main routes of the town. “The recent heavy rains caused severe damage to the roads. The municipality cannot carry the burden of fixing this flood damage on its own. That’s why our association decided to help with the pothole repairs,” he explained. “We care about the town and want to work with the municipality for the betterment of Jeffreys Bay.” Heunis said he was overwhelmed by the warm reception he received from the municipality when he approached them with the offer. “We didn’t know what to expect. In fact, we thought we might be turned away. Instead, we experienced nothing but sincere gratitude for our initiative. It’s been an absolute pleasure

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working with the municipal staff,” he said. Workers from the Marina started filling holes on Friday last week. With the municipal strike called off locally, municipal workers will also be taking to the streets this week to repair the damage that was caused by several bouts of heavy rain over the past four months. Kouga Executive Mayor Booi Koerat expressed his gratitude to the Marina Martinique Homeowners’ Association for their willingness to help with repairs. He said the municipality had submitted an application of some R104-million for flood damage relief to the district municipality in July. “We are, however, committed to repairing as much of the flood damage as possible with our own funds while the application is being processed.” The municipality had also alerted the Department of Roads and Transport to the condition of Da Gama Road, which is a provincial road and under care of the Department.

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make a real difference,” said Ntsabo. “A lot of crime is due to negligence. A great amount of residents leave NOT only is he the second person their house windows open, do not of colour to be appointed at the lock their cars or leave their belongstation in this position, but over ings inside the vehicle. This behathe years he has proven to be a viour is creating an opportunity for great man, a dependable friend, a criminals to have the desire to comhands-on police officer, a wondermit crime. And when this type of ful colleague and a man with vast crime does occur, I must supply anexperience. swers as to why this is happening and what will the police do to preThis is Jeffreys Bay Police Stavent this type of crime in the fution Commander, Lt Col Maliture.” bongwe Ntsabo, who brought a He believes in an open door ponew era of policing to the area licy. “If residents feel like exwhen he was appointed the Stapressing their feelings or frustration Commander at Jeffreys Bay tion towards the police, they must SAP in October 2008. be able to do so whenever they His dedication and hands-on want to. It is therefore that I have approach are reflected in the way an open door policy 24/7. he manages his daily duties. Go“I know that I cannot satisfy ing to the station, residents are everybody. If I try to do that, I will often greeted by a friendly man end up satisfying no one. There is with a welcoming and comfortan evaluation book on the couning smile, as well as a willingness ter in the front of the police stato assist. Great are their surprise tion, and residents are welcome when they realise that this man to write in the book, no matter helping them at the front desk, is what their feelings are.” indeed the Station Commander. And Ntsabo’s message to the Ntsabo first joined the police community he serves: “I plead to in 1985 after being a long distance the community to work together bus driver for 5 years. “As a little with the members of the Jeffreys boy I loved to watch the movie Bay Police. As much as I am the “Tarzan”. Seeing him rescuing second Xhosa speaking black Stapeople and conquering the many tion Commander in the life of the villains inspired me to join the Jeffreys Bay station, our philosopolice and help in the fight phy is that we do not have black, against crime - making a valua- Jeffreys Bay Police Station Commander, Lt Col brown or white members, we onble contribution towards the Malibongwe Ntsabo.Photo: MONIQUE VERMEULEN ly have SAPS members working community I live in,” said hard together to eradicate crime. Ntsabo. with holiday houses being targeted “We need the community to help He was appointed Jeffreys Bay most - theft out of vehicles, as well us in the fight against crime. Due to SAP Acting Station Commander on as theft of vehicles. limited resources it is impossible for January 1, 2007. He acted in this posi“We as a community need to join us to be everywhere all the time.” tion for 22 days, whereafter he hands in the fight against crime, it Ntsabo is currently studying law, served as the Crime Prevention is the only way we will be able to while fighting crime. MONIQUE VERMEULEN

Commander. In October 2008 he was once again appointed Station Commander, this time in a permanent capacity. Although the seat of Station Commander is a very hot one, he truly enjoys what he does - the good days as well as the not so good days. According to Ntsabo, the biggest crime-related problems facing the area, are property related crimes -

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Mercia Ungerer (voor), een van die eerste inwoners van Jeffreysbaai, het op 25 Augustus haar verjaarsdag saam met ’n paar vriendinne gevier. Sy bly al vir die afgelope 42 jaar in Jeffreysbaai. Foto: MONIQUE VERMEULEN

It is 1942, Ame­ rica has entered World War II, and sickly but deter­ mined Steve Ro­ gers is frustra­ ted at being re­ jected yet again for military ser­ vice. Everything changes when Dr. Erksine re­ cruits him for the secret Project Rebirth. Proving his extraordi­ nary courage, wits and con­ science, Rogers undergoes the experiment and his weak body is suddenly enhanced into the maximum human potential. When Dr. Erksine is then immediately assassinated by an agent of Nazi Germany’s head of its secret HYDRA research department, Jo­ hann Schmidt aka the Red Skull, Rogers is left as a unique man who is initially misused as a propaganda mascot. However, when his comrades need him, Rogers goes on a successful adventure that truly makes him Captain America.

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Volkswagen M.D turns the first sod for new dealership VOLKSWAGEN M.D turns the first sod for new dealership The dawn of a new era for the Volkswagen dealership, Tavcor, was celebrated by Volkswagen Group South Africa Managing Director, David Powels, as he turned the first sod on their new site. After 42 years at the foot of Mount Road in the PE city centre, Tavcor announced recently that it will be moving to new, state-of-

the-art premises on the William Moffet Expressway, which is becoming the new hub of automotive dealerships in the city. The new building will showcase the Volkswagen worldwide standard for new generation dealerships. Powels, who visited the site along with Tavcor C.E.O Alan Taverner, stated that Volkswagen owners both now and into the future must feel that they are part of this leading automotive brand. “The new premises, along with all its new facilities, will

play a key role in continuing our tradition of excellence into the future and is part of Vw’s worldwide strategy”, said Powels. The new Tavcor facility, covering over 5 000 square metres on 15 000 square metres of land, will include showrooms for 20 new cars as well as for 70 used vehicles along with a 26-bay workshop and full service parts outlet. Completion is due in July 2012 and doors will open under the leadership of Dealer Principle, Garrick Bowker.

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CAROLINE WINS WITH HANSA

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Caroline Kettlewell won a case of Hansa Pilsner, cooler box and beach umbrella with the recent Hansa Pilsner competition. Hand­ ing over the price is Krystal Adams of Pick ’n Pay. Photo: SUPPLIED

THE SPCA in Humansdorp will have a sponsored Golf Day to raise muchneeded funds for JBay Pet Rescue. “We are looking for 4 Balls and anyone who wants to sponsor a hole. All funds will go towards feeding and medicating abused and neglected animals in our townships,” said Irma Morris from the SPCA. “We feed and medicate over 500 dogs and cats a month and use on a verage 130kg of pet food a week. Furthermore, we use all spare funds for spaying and neutering the animals. Just one bitch spayed this year represents ten less puppies in the townships next year.” The Golf Day will take place on September 17 at The St Francis Links. Cost is R300, A hole can be sponsored at R500 each. Contact Michelle at 0 079 495 7341.


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Rezoning of Erf 136 Humansdorp, from “Residential I” to “Business I” in terms of Section 18 of the Land Use Planning Ordinance 15 of 1985. SUBDIVISION, REZONING, DEPARTURE & CONSENT USE APPLICATION: PORTION 176 OF THE FARM GOEDGELOOF NO 745, DIVISION OF HUMANSDORP The subdivision of Portion 176 of the Farm Goedgeloof no 745, Humansdorp into three portions in terms of Section 24 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. The rezoning of the three portions of Portion 176 of the Farm Goedgeloof no 745, Humansdorp from “Agriculture Zone I” to “Special” for Rural Residential Purposes in terms of Section 17 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. Departure for building line relaxation from 30 meters in terms of Section 15 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. Consent Use in terms of Section 4.6 of the Section of the Section 8 Zoning Scheme Regulations for an additional dwelling unit on each portion. SUBDIVISION, REZONING OF ERVEN 618, 3164 AND 2987, HANKEY (SARAH BARTMAN REMEMBERANCE CENTRE) • The subdivision of Erf 618, Hankey, into a portion measuring ±1,6739ha and the Remainder in terms of Section 24 of the Land Use Planning Ordinance, Ordinance 15 of 1985. • The rezoning of the subdivided portion of Erf 618, Hankey measuring ±1,6739ha from “Institutional I” to “Special Zone” for Heritage and Conservation purposes in terms of Section 17 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. • The rezoning of of Erf 3164, Hankey from “Agriculture I” to “Special Zone” for Heritage and Conservation purposes in terms of Section 17 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. • The rezoning of of Erf 2987, Hankey from “Agriculture I” to “Special Zone” for Heritage and Conservation purposes in terms of Section 17 of Ordinance 15 of 1985. Further particulars are available for inspection at the office of the Directorate: Planning and Development, Municipal Offices, 33 Da Gama Road, Jeffreys Bay. Contact telephone nr. 042-2002154. Motivated objections, if any, against the applications, must be lodged in writing, to reach the undersigned not later than 21 days after publication of this notice. J. NGCAYISA ACT. MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. BOx 21 JEFFREYS BAY 6330 Dumisa Design 12522


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Kouga Express: Thursday, September 1, 2011

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PROPERTY: YOUR QUESTIONS ANSWERED

Steamed up over geyser cover PROPERTY POSER Wanda Hayes

Herman Pieterse

IT appears that issues relating to geyser replacement in a sectional title scheme have got more than one reader steamed up. The typical scenario presented to our experts seems to be that there is insurance in place to cover the replacement of a burst geyser. However, the sectional title owner is then held responsible for the excess payable and/or any amount not covered by the policy. One reader in particular feels that, in her instance, the scheme was underinsured for the cost of her geyser replacement and that the body corporate should pay the sum not covered. She is adamant that she should not be held liable for the shortfall. The first step here is to discern

where the responsibility for the geyser maintenance lies, says Herman Pieterse from Jan Visser Attorneys in Jeffreys Bay. “The Sectional Title Act states that the boundary between any two sections, or between a section and the common property, is the median line of the dividing floor, wall, or ceiling.” Pieterse says anything falling within a section is the owner’s responsibility while any area outside the median line is regarded as common property and, as such, forms part of the body corporate’s responsibility. “It would seem that, unless the geyser has been installed within the section itself, it should be the body corporate’s responsibility.” However, this is not the case, says Pieterse, as the prescribed manage-

ment rules make it absolutely clear that it is the owner’s duty to maintain the hot water installation serving his or her section – even if it is located outside the median line and on the common property. “In most instances, the geyser cover will be carried by the body corporate under general building insurance. The owner will, nevertheless, have to pay the excess on any claim.” It is, of course, up to the trustees of the body corporate to negotiate the terms of its short-term insurance, says Wanda Hayes from Huizemark Jeffreys Bay. “These terms will include issues such as the amount of excess payable in the event of a claim. Generally speaking, premiums can be reduced if a higher excess is payable.”

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Hayes says it is therefore up to the owner of a section to make him or herself familiar with the terms of the insurance taken out by the body corporate. “Unfortunately, the above considerations clearly indicate that any amount not covered by insurance will be for the section owner’s account and will not be the body corporate’s responsibility.” According to Hayes, it may well be the case that the geyser was not underinsured but that a lower premium was deliberately negotiated at the expense of inflated excess costs. “This could result in a higher amount being payable by the section owners.” Send your property-related questions to pr@fullstopcom.com or join Property Poser on Facebook.

Wilhelm Smalberger is die wen­ ner van ’n Bells Golf sak. Pierre Venter van Tops oorhandig die prys. Jacques Potgieter is die geluk­ kige wenner van Riche­ lieu Braai toebehore. Gerhard Kriek van Tops oorhandig die prys.

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KICKBOXING­WENNERS

Die leerlinge van Laerskool Stulting het aan die Suid Afrikaanse Kampioenskappe te Kaapstad deelgeneem. V.l.n.r. is Yanicka Ras: 2de plek Tradisionele kata; 3de Xtreme kicking. Marius du Toit: 3de points fighting; 2de continuous fighting, tradisionele kata, MMA light, tradisionle wapen kata. 1ste creative weapon forms; 3de tagteam. Jacques Ras: 2de MMA Light, 3de Jiu Jitsu. Stiaan Botha: 3de Tag Team. Claude Vorster: 1ste points fight­ ing, 3de tag team. Herman van den Berg; 3de points, continuous fighting, Tag Team. Al die leerlinge is lede van Van Niekerk/Cave onderleiding van Shihan Andrè. Photo: SUPPLIED

PICK `N PAY SUPPORTS THE SPRINGBOKS

LEERDERS PRESTEER IN LANDLOOP Twee leerders van Hoërskool Nico Malan, Chris­ na Meyer (o/17) en Sino Gallant (o/17) is in die Cacadu Landloopspan opgeneem wat binnekort aan die provinsiale byeenkoms te Aliwal Noord gaan deelneem. Chrisna het ‘n derde plek en Sino ‘n tweede plek behaal tydens verlede naweek se Cacadu byeenkoms op Humansdorp. Foto: Christa Ferreira

Employees of Pick ’n Pay at Fountains Mall in Jeffreys Bay went all out last Friday in support of the Springboks. Photo: MONIQUE VERMEULEN

SCOTT SPORTS JULY WINNERS The Scott Sports winners of their July winter draw are: (pictured) 1st prize R750 voucher Rob Lonsdale from St Francis Bay, 2nd prize R500 voucher Amouria Kettledas from Jeffreys Bay, 3rd prize R250 voucher Sven Lamp­ brecht from Jeffreys Bay. Handing over the prize is Stewart from Scott Sports.

SUPA QUICK SUPPORTS THE WORLD CUP

Photo: SUPPLED

GOLF RESULTS JEFFREYS BAY GOLF CLUB 13 August Ind. Stableford Men 1. Marco Boyens (27 pts c/o) 2. Robin Winson (27) 3. Flip Meyer (24) Ladies- 9 Holes only 1. Ria Bestbier (11 pts) 2. Joey van Jaarsveld (10 pts) 20 August Ind. Stableford Men 1. Attie Esterhuizen (34 pts) 2. Flip Meyer (33 c/o) 3. Attie Barkhuizen (33)

Ladies 1. Ria Bestbier (24) 2. Keri Smith (21) 27 August Men - Monthly Medal Best Gross: T. Steed (84 pts) Best Nett 1. J. Boshoff (69 pts) 2. H. Niemand (75 pts c/o) 3. T. Klue (75 pts) Ladies club championships Best gross: Joey van Jaarsveld (196pts over 36 holes) Best Nett: Miemie Rautenbach (153 over 36 holes) Best putter: Ria Bestbier Ladies club champion: Joey van Jaarsveld

Supa Quick Humansdorp is 100% behind the Springboks. Supa Quick is also celebrating their 25th birthday this year. Photo: SUPPLIED

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