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Mantaray PORTFOLIO D esign w ith w ings.

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C | 082 952 9464 F | 086 575 4698 SKYPE | laurian.miles W | www.mantaraydesign.co.za E | laurian@mantaraydesign.co.za LINKEDIN | http://za.linkedin.com/in/laurianmiles TWITTER | https://twitter.com/mantaraydesign ePORTFOLIO | http://issuu.com/mantaraydesignstudio/docs/portfolio

2014

LAURIAN MILES PGDMP (UCT) GSB m a n t a r a y :: design, marketing


I N V I TAT I O N 2 0 1 0 & e M A R K E T I N G C A M PA I G N 2 0 0 9 : e I N V I TAT I O N , e P O S T O F F I C E , P H OTO G R A P H Y & T H A N K YO U C A R D DEVELOPER & GRAPHIC DESIGNER

NASHUA BRINGS THE BALLS!

BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!! NASHUA CAPE TOWN’S ANNUAL GOLF DAY PLEASE JOIN US FOR A SWINGING GOOD TIME!

PLEASE JOIN US FOR OUR 2010 SHOTGUN GOLF DAY! WHERE: DURBANVILLE GOLF CLUB WHEN: THURSDAY 28TH OCTOBER TIME: SHOTGUN START AT 11:30AM Please RSVP to Carlyn Herbst before 2 October 2010 at carlynh@cape.nashua.co.za

CLIENT :: NASHUA CAPE TOWN/m a n t a r a y

P h o t o g r a p h y, D e s i g n & I l l u s t r a t i o n b y M A N TA R AY D E S I G N S T U D I O w w w. m a n t a r a y d e s i g n . c o . z a

] W E H OP E Y OU H AD A S W I N G I N G G OOD T I M E W I T H U S !

EMAIL ADDRESS nclaase@dawnltd.co.za accessp@webmail.co.za lduplessis@oldmutual.com frank@ezeetile.co.za terencek@cape.nashua.co.za avdlinde@absamail.co.za lvanspeyk@oldmutaul.com Matthee_j@mtn.co.za francoisw@cpt.drivecon.net

NAME Nico Raymond Louis Frank Terence Andre Leon Jacques Francoise

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Claase Davids du Plessis Geleyn Keur Van der Linde van Speyk Matthee van Wijk

Saffer & Co Access Printing Works Old Mutual Ezeetile Adhesive Nashua SA Police Services Old Mutual MTN Drive Control Corporation

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OUR APPROACH Ten years since its establishment in 1998, the Telkom Foundation can now reflect on a decade of hard work within some of the country’s poorest communities – and the many smiling faces that have felt its effects along the way. According to Acting CEO Prelene Schmidt, it is this warmth and the gracious manner in which people welcome the Foundation into their homes, schools and offices every day that has kept the organisation pushing for bigger and wider-reaching projects year-on-year. “During a decade of intense social investment we can now happily look back on our various projects and see that each of them, in some big or small way, has had an impact on someone’s life. “This is what we want to see in the years ahead – real, meaningful projects that have a tangible impact. With South Africa’s unemployment figures so high and inequality still rampant, we can never count our work as done,” said Schmidt. Message from the Telkom SA CEO Reuben September

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Proof of these continued efforts is reflected to some degree in the Foundation’s consistent ranking as one of the top-spending corporate social investment bodies in the country. The Foundation was also honoured as South Africa’s ‘Top Empowered Company in CSI’ at the 2009 Oliver Empowerment Awards, hosted by Topco. This accolade, according to Schmidt, is further evidence that the Telkom Foundation is ‘walking the walk’ with its approach to corporate social investment. “This honour shows that the Foundation is as equally committed to empowerment within its own employee base as it is within broader society. We are living out our values as an empowered and empowering force every day,” she said. During the past few years, the Foundation’s investment has focused primarily on technology and education, two strategically-driven areas where the organisation can have a big impact. This renewed focus will continue to steer the Foundation into the future – especially with its 2,010 for 2010 Schools Connectivity Initiative which brings the two areas together in what is the Foundation’s most ambitious investment initiative to date. It is hoped that by delivering in these key areas the Telkom Foundation will be able to assist government to build a competitive Knowledge Economy for the 21st Century, bolster skills development and ultimately tackle unemployment in the country.

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2007/2008 ANNUAL REPORT

CREATIVE DIRECTOR, SENIOR GRAPHIC DESIGNER & TYPESETTER

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MEssAgE FrOM ThE TELKOM sA cEO As the CEO of Telkom SA, I am proud to be associated with the wonderful work that the Telkom Foundation is doing to uplift communities and offer the youth of South Africa hope for a brighter future.

2007/8

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Telkom believes that Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) can empower the people of the African continent more than ever before. Today the Internet is able to bring information and education to even the remotest of regions, but the issue of access is a pressing problem that prevents this dream from becoming a reality.

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Telkom is committed to help bridge this digital divide and the Telkom Foundation’s work is allowing us to make significant inroads here in South Africa.

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LOOKING AHEAD: 2010 SCHOOLS INITIATIVE

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AUDITED FINANCIAL REPORT

To date, the Telkom Foundation has provided support to just under 700 schools countrywide, which amounts to 14 700 computers provided and maintained. Children at these schools now have access to a wealth of information through the Internet which has seen a radical improvement in Grade 12 pass rates. As proud sponsors of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Telkom

will contribute to the legacy that this historic event will leave for South Africa. To this end the Telkom Foundation is about to embark on an exciting new project, the 2010 Schools Connectivity initiative, which will see 50 schools connected to the Internet every month leading up to 2010. Telkom aims to become the leading ICT solutions provider in South Africa and across the continent. Today “connectivity” means so much more than picking up the phone to call a friend or business associate. It means connecting to an entire world of people and information, quickly, easily and affordably. Moving forward, the Telkom Foundation will investigate and pursue possible synergies with its parent body, Telkom, to ensure that we are investing in the best possible way to make the biggest possible impact with our ICT infrastructure roll-out. The past few years have seen the Foundation bring joy to the lives of so many South Africans. I have no doubt that moving forward, and in partnership with Telkom, the Foundation will have an even greater impact in the numerous communities it serves.

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Bernard Parker on his rise to the top

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As yOU OPEN ThIs new magazine and begin reading you are probably wondering what it is and why it has ended up in your hands. cONNEcT is designed to give you a look into the world of corporate social Investment in south Africa and show you what the Telkom Foundation and its partners are doing to empower communities across the country. First and foremost it is about the people of South Africa, but it is also about technology and how Information and Communication Technologies can change lives by bringing a world of ideas and information into homes, schools and offices as never before. But CONNECT it is also designed with you in mind – to inspire you, share useful information with you, and bring you closer to the people that interest you – like the young up-and-coming Bafana Bafana star Bernard Parker. In this issue he speaks to us about what it takes to be a professional soccer star – and it’s not all fun and games despite what it looks like! We also share some news and give you a look into the Telkom Foundation’s most ambitious project to date: the 2 010 for 2010 Schools Initiative. At the back there is a sneak preview of theTelkom Teacher of the Year in Maths, Science and Technology Awards. Nominations kick off in April 2009. You also have a chance to take a break and exercise your brain with a sudoku game and wordsearch. In addition, you can enter a competition to win your very own laptop! We hope you enjoy this magazine and feel inspired to go out and make a difference in your own unique way. If you have already done so, why not tell us about it? Who knows, you may find your story published in the next issue. At the Telkom Foundation we believe that when people CONNECT with each other and with technology they kick off into a brighter future!

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Foreground: Prelene Schmidt, Acting CEO Telkom Foundation and Mervin Kamoetie, CEO Alcatel-Lucent SA cut the ribbon. Background: Christina Tshitoka, Head Girl of Grassy Park High School.

2010 PrOJEcT kIckS OFF! ON FrIDAy, 6 FEbrUAry, under bright sunny skies, the Telkom Foundation kicked off its 2 010 for 2010 schools connectivity Initiative and opened a first-of-its-kind Internet café at grassy Park high school in cape Town. The launch was attended by project sponsors, government officials, teachers, learners and community members. It celebrated the potential of today’s youth to achieve great things, despite their hardships – just as Reuben September, CEO of Telkom SA, and Mervin Kamoetie, CEO of Alcatel-Lucent SA (both themselves former pupils of Grassy Park High) have done. Prelene Schmidt, Acting CEO of the Telkom Foundation, said the launch event marked the beginning of a new and exciting

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investment cycle for Telkom in which broad-based access to the Internet was the ultimate goal. “Today we are opening this community-centred Internet Café and also marking the beginning of our new 2 010 for 2010 Schools Connectivity Initiative. This ambitious project will see us connect 2 010 disadvantaged schools across South Africa to the Internet by December 2010!” she said. The Internet Café concept, which is being pioneered in partnership with Alcatel-Lucent SA, is an investment initiative that will benefit the school and entire Grassy Park community. The Café will be run by a young entrepreneur from the area and the school hopes to receive a continuous revenue stream from the

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GIVING A VOICE TO SA’S MOST VULNERABLE

news update [ in this issue ]  BEACON OF

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HOPE: MEET A SHINING STAR FROM

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 TEST YOUR SCIENCE

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The time has once again come for you to send in your nominations for this year’s Aggrey Klaaste Maths, Science and Technology Educator of the Year Awards. This award gives you the chance to honour an inspiring teacher who has dedicated time and energy to demystifying these subjects and making them more accessible and exiting to young learners.

ICT empowers people Telkom Foundation intervention helps double pass rates at Alice school

Nkhetheleng Vokwana, CEO, Telkom Foundation As another year gets into full swing, the Telkom Foundation welcomes you to its first edition of News Update in 2008 and wishes all teachers and learners a happy and successful year ahead. This month we bring you an update on our ICT-empowered villages, with a focus on Alice in the Eastern Cape. Throughout the year we will bring you news from all the different regions, so watch this space! We also bring you news from our Beacon of Hope project, now in its second year. The project has already had great success and we foresee even more in the year ahead.

The Telkom Foundation (TF) has an inspiring vision – one that will see rural communities across South Africa being empowered through Information and Communication Technologies (ICT). There are currently 12 Telkom Foundation ICTempowered communities, all of which are based at schools in rural areas where basic resources like electricity, food and even water are in limited supply. Nkosinathi Pahlana, Project Manager for schools in Limpopo, the Western Cape and Eastern Cape, says the ICT-empowered communities represent a more holistic approach to development than in the past. “The Telkom Foundation has supported schools for years, but now we want to empower the surrounding communities as well,” explains Pahlana. “We are working in regions that are particularly under-resourced. Our areas of investment include education, training and skills development, ICT infrastructure, nutritional support and social and gender awareness programmes. We really want to give people the tools to empower themselves.” One area where the Foundation has been

and development of our country and that the

children of todayofwill be the doctors, engineers Joan van Niekerk, National Co-ordinator Every day thousands children in South We are currently in the process of updatand scientists of Childline SA, said the Telkom Foundation’s Africa are abused of andtomorrow. denied their right ing the system to make it web-based with support over the years has been critically to a healthy, happy childhood. The Telkom the help of another sponsor,” added Van important to thetoorganisation’s success. Foundation that protecting Niekerk. The teachersrealises who share this feelingthese and motivate learners vulnerable children a toughto jobbe and is comexcel in these fields is deserve recognised and rewarded for “Without the Telkom Foundation’s sponmitted to making it easier for these young citChildline SA is fully reliant on such spontheir efforts – but this can’t happen unless you tell us about them sorship of our call-in service we would not izens to find the help and support they need. sorships and donations to keep providing through your nomination. be able to offer our free telephone service to this valuable and much-needed service and The late Aggrey Klaaste, in whose honour these awards are children. TheAfrica Telkom Foundation’s support the Foundation thisaisstronger the Telkom Foundation will continue to nurheld,One wasway himself dedicated is to doing building South effectively helped to save the lives of an on-going withthe Childture this important partnership in the years forthrough tomorrow. Duringpartnership his time as editor has of the Sowetan many children and they should be very line SA – a well-known non-profit organisaahead to ensure that South Africa’s vulner(from 1988 to 2002) he introduced the Nation Building Project, proud of their involvement with Childline able children are not left without a voice. tion that is dedicated to protecting children which aims to repair the damage that apartheid has wreaked on SA,” said Van Niekerk. from violence and championing their rights communities across the country. within our society. These awards are part of this wider project and allow Klaaste’s “Nationally we receive between 100 000 greatChildline social legacy to live on. Telkom is proud and 120 000 calls a month, which is a huge SA services can beThe accessed in Foundation to many lend its support to this through important encourages amount of callsall to process. The Foundation ways, but primarily theinitiative Child- and public schools to getThis involved. has also made this process easier for us by line call-in facility. toll-free number is setting up a data collection programme on sponsored by Telkom SA to make sure that our system a few years ago. This allows our children all over the country have easy, relPlease nominations, including page motivational letter, the candidate’s to simply and quickly collect de- name, the school at which they teach, liablesend and your FREE access to help and supporta onecounsellors theirwhen speciality subjects, as well as your name tailed and contact details Mmammone Mosiane at mmammone@makweetla.co.za information on to every call we receive. they need it. or call her on 011 447 5199. Alternatively, you can fax your nomination to 011 447 6204. Entries close 15 March 2008.

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IN THIS ISSUE 2010: SCHOOLS CONNECTED BY 2010 TELKOM PEOPLE: MAKING IT HAPPEN FOR YOU CHILDLINE: GIVING VOICE TO SA’S VULNERABLE

Last call for nominations HISTORY OF THE TELKOM FOUNDATION FROM 1998-2007

There is also a chance to vote for the most inspiring Maths, Science or Technology teacher at your school in the Aggrey Klaaste Educator of the Year awards coming up soon, so don’t forget to send in your nominations. Enjoy the read and please remember to share your stories with us this year as we go forward together.

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Childline SA receives between 100 000 and 120 000 calls a month. The Telkom Foundation makes this possible through therecognises sponsorship ofthat a freemaths, call-in service which has effectively The Telkom Foundation helped to save thetechnology lives of many children in South science and are central toAfrica. the growth

hard at work is Alice in the Eastern Cape. Two schools – Ely Primary School and Gobizembe Senior Secondary School – have seen many uplifting projects implemented since 2002. Mr Noruka, Principal of Ely Primary School, says his school has experienced a complete turnaround. “When the programme started we were given 20 computers and full training. The Foundation also gave us science kits, which really improved the students’ enjoyment of the subject. Before we could only teach by talking but now science has come alive.” The Foundation has also set up a greenhouse to provide hungry learners with the energy to learn and grow. “Now we can provide our learners with nutritious meals and what we don’t use we sell to the community. This money helps us to pay for electricity,” explains Noruka. Ms Xalabile, Head of Department at Gobizembe Secondary, says that the school’s matric pass rate has risen from 40% to 80% since the Foundation began its work. “This is because students now have access to the internet, a fully-equipped science lab and books,” says Xalabile.

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Do you know a Maths, Science or Technology teacher who meets the following criteria? If so hurry and send in your nomination for this year’s Aggrey Klaaste

Gobizembe learners attending a Telkom Foundation Leadership Workshop for Girls in Alice, Eastern Cape one of the many upliftment programmes implemented in the community as part of the ICT-Empowered Village Initaitve.

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The Telkom Foundation was established in 1998 and registered the pastThis nineisyears. Childline Lifeline haveso been beneficiaries Educator of the Year award. the last call SA forand nominations, don’t miss this as a Trust in 2002 with a constituted Board. It is opportunity! the corporate social of the Foundation for 15 years, as the toll-free line is sponsored by investment arm of Telkom SA. The Foundation has contributed to the Telkom Foundation. building knowledge and skills and has played a key role in bridging Criteria: the digital divide in SA and in Africa. The focus used to be on: In 2007 alone the Telkom Foundation made the following possiCandidates for this competition must be a person who ble: 12 villages across the country received a total of 50 new compu1. Demonstrates a love for Maths/Science/Technology, willing to try new ideas and 1. ICT connectivity and Infrastructure Roll-Out ter centres, each comprising a full lab of 20 computers, desks, chairs strives to improve teaching. 2. Empowering Women, Children and People with Disabilities. and peripheral equipment; 157 full science kits were donated to var2. Encourages learners to schools; become 2independent and instils in them the 7love for Maths/ 3. Education and Training ious new food gardens were established; bakeries were Science/Technology. built and equipped and teachers and community members were Has a track record in producing goodthem; results. Up to March 2007 the Telkom Foundation had3.equipped over 700 trained to manage 5 new sewing businesses were established; 4. Leads example and is respected in theSouth community. schools with computer labs. In addition, many schools werebyprovid10 777 learners across Africa were provided with school uniWorks in the community uplift benefit the was community. ed with science kits, uniforms, numerous training5.interventions, food forms;toand PCand literacy training provided at several schools. 6. Encourages learners to discover and explore Maths/Science/Technology projects gardens and literacy material. using a range of appropriate methods. The Telkom Foundation’s goal has been to empower people to The Telkom Foundation has been a proud sponsor of knowledge the Aggrey of the helplearners themselves its efforts have discernable results. It is 7. Has and and the community theyhad come from. Klaaste Maths, Science and Technology Teacher of8.theHas YearaAward now moving into a new publicfor understanding of the image of era. Science/Mathematics. 9. Participates in professional associations. 10. Displays content knowledge for teaching. 11. Has a good general presentation of self.

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SAFELY FEEDING YOUR BABY

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EXCLUSIVELY REPLACEMENT/FORMULA FEEDING YOUR BABY

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INTRODUCING COMPLEMENTARY FOODS TO YOUR CHILD AT 6 MONTHS

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• This set of counseling cue cards was developed to support a range of providers, including lay counselors, who work with pregnant women living with HIV and their families. • It may be helpful to translate the cards into the local languages spoken by clients. • Each of the cards focuses on a specific topic important to the care and support of pregnant women living with HIV, their children, and families across the PMTCT continuum of care. • Counselors may use the cue cards as job aides and reminders of key information to cover during initial posttest and ongoing counseling sessions with pregnant women and newly delivered mothers, their partners, family members, and supporters. • The cue cards are just a guide. Each counseling session will be different depending on the client’s specific needs. • The cue cards can also be used by mentors and supervisors when observing counseling sessions. • Counselors should not read directly from the cue cards, but instead should use them as a guide and a reminder of the key points to cover on specific topics. • The cue cards do not have to be used in sequence, but instead should be used according to the client’s specific needs and concerns during the session. • Good counseling and communication skills, such as active listening, being attentive to the client’s questions and specific needs, and avoiding lecturing and one-way communication, should always be used, no matter what the counseling topic.

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THE PMTCT COUNSELING CUE CARDS:

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For routine maintenance, one should vacuum lightly with a soft, clean brush head. This will remove soil and dust particles without damaging the weave, pile, or decorative application.

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F A C S I M I L E

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All packaging must be examined in the presence of the delivery service upon receipt and any damage must be noted on the shipping documents. Even the slightest marks or dents must be noted. Claims cannot be made without a full description.

fabrics:

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S H E E T

Failure to examine packaging upon receipt waives any and all claims you may have against us. For seasonal cleaning and stain removal, please consult with professional interior furnishings cleaner. For fabrics with a topical finish (e.g. flame resistance, soil resistance, paper or acrylic backing, etc.), it is suggested

Date

Your signature on the shipping document constitutes your acceptance of the merchandise as packaged.

If a shipment is refused, Gretchen Bellinger Inc must be advised immediately, whereby a “Return Authorization” will be assigned and noted on the shipping cartons. No returns will be accepted without a “Return Authorization.”

that the finishing firm be contacted before cleaning and/or stain removal.

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Once you have accepted your package, you have two (2) days to inspect the fabric. Inspect all of your fabric before you cut. If a fabric is cut or treated before any such damage is noted, returns will not be accepted under any circumstance.

eelskin: For routine maintenance, dust lightly with either a soft dry or slightly damp cloth.

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For seasonal cleaning or stain removal, always consult professional leather cleaner.

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Specialist reptile skin conditioners are commercially available and are lighter in composition than general leather conditioners. Heavier conditioners can settle beneath the stitched seams of the eelskin and cause stitch deterioration. Avoid alcohol-based cleaners as they can dry out the skin and cause discoloration.

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metallic vinyl,

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Returns will not be accepted for custom orders, fabric orders of less than (3) three yards, or for any of the following: Hot Off the Press™ gaufré, leather or suede orders, eelskin, grass straw mat, velvets, or accessories.

cotton-backed vinyl:

For routine maintenance, wipe with a slightly damp cloth or sponge. For lightly soiled vinyl, clean with either a damp cloth or a soft bristle brush with warm, soapy water. Dry thoroughly with a soft, clean cloth. Avoid abrasives, household cleaners, waxes, solvent-based solutions, undiluted bleach, or paper towels.

silk screen, plain weave, and

If we give our written consent to a cancellation or a return, we shall charge and you agree to pay: (a) in the case of a cancellation before shipment, a service charge of 20% of the net wholesale price of the merchandise; (b) in the case of a return, a service charge of 40% of the net wholesale price of the merchandise, plus all applicable additional charges. Upon receipt of our written consent for a return, merchandise should be rewrapped in the same manner as the original package, and shipped to our warehouse at 24 Mill Street, Albany, NY 12204, USA -- insurance and freight prepaid. All returns are at your risk and expense.

metallic printed chenille,

woven metal mesh,

metallic plain weave:

Dry cleaning is generally not recommended as it can dull the finish of metallic prints and metal-based yarns.

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Do not dispose of the shipping carton(s) or packaging. No returns can be accepted without the original packaging.

synthetic leather,

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If a defect or damage is discovered after the merchandise has been duly inspected, or you believe the fabric does not conform to your original order, you must advise us in writing within two (2) days of receipt of the delivery. Failure to do so waives any and all claims you may have against us. (Please note that naturally occurring variations in color do not, in and of themselves, constitute a “defect.”)

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(including, but not limited to fabric installation, climate, fabric lining, trim, etc.) should always be considered when determining the proper care and maintenance of

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Financial constraints need no longer hamper your dreams of becoming a lawyer – just prove that you have what it takes to succeed! Students come from everywhere in South Africa to study law at UCT. In fact, 65% of current law students say that they chose UCT due to its outstanding reputation and because its graduates are in demand in the job market. This is because the faculty expertise and resources available to students at UCT are among the best in Africa. The roots of the Faculty of Law extend as far back as 1859, making it the oldest in the country. A great sense of tradition, a history of excellence, and the outstanding achievements of students past and present are all associated with the UCT Law brand. However, this does not mean that it

is stuck in the past – the Faculty has enthusiastically embraced technology and has state-of-the-art computer facilities which include internet access and electronic law databases. It even has a dedicated computer training room for students who need help with their computer skills and knowhow – so nobody gets left behind. In addition, the Law Library at UCT has one of the best legal collections on the continent, holding about 85 000 volumes! Prospective students are also always excited to hear about the Oliver Tambo Moot Court, established in 2001. Described as the “heart of the Law Faculty”, it is here where students get an opportunity to argue their cases and practice the advocacy skills that are so essential to becoming a successful lawyer. The Moot Court was designed to mimic the dignity

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and austerity of a real court of law – so students get a feel for what their future working environments will be like while they are still studying. The Law Faculty encourages diversity amongst its students and staff in order to reflect the changing face of the legal practice in the country since 1994. There are several bursaries and scholarships available to students who have achieved good results during their first year of studying (a scholarship can be held concurrently with a financial aid package). This ensures that promising future lawyers are not excluded for financial reasons. High school students who would like to join the world-class Faculty of Law at UCT need to know that good matric results and excellent English language skills are essential for acceptance.

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Developing skills across the healthcare sector

associated with a rising disease burden,” said Trevor Manuel, South Africa’s Minister of Finance in his budget speech this February. “Policy interventions supported in this budget focus both on health facilities and services and on more aggressively combating the causes of ill-health.”

While the steady increases in spending on healthcare are welcome in South Africa, increased spending on its own will not result in better healthcare. There is also the need to continuously develop the management skills of as many healthcare professionals as possible to effectively address the healthcare needs of the country. At the UCT GSB there is recognition of the role that successful healthcare professionals and managers play in resolving the country’s healthcare challenges, and the School is making a notable contribution to management development in this key public sector. This the GSB is achieving through programmes and executive short courses designed and delivered thanks to innovative partnerships, internally with the UCT School of Public Health and Family Medicine, with government, and with the private sector. In this special feature, Breakwater Business focuses attention on some of these innovative interventions and also profiles some of the School’s graduates achieving some remarkable improvements in this all important sector. M AY 2009

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Design Matters

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With over 35 million people dependent on South Africa’s public healthcare services, it is a sector in which the country faces many of its biggest and most complex challenges. With these challenges extending from the need for more healthcare infrastructure to skills shortages, it is no surprise that the sector is allocated a large portion of the government’s annual budget. That government recognises the growing urgency to meet these challenges is reflected in the 2009/10 budget in which R25 billion has been added to the budgets of provinces, mainly for education and healthcare. A new unit, named the National Office for Standards Compliance, to address the quality of service provision, is also included in the health spending proposals – this will set and audit norms and standards for hospitals and primary care centres. The 2009 Budget also makes provision for further improvements in the remuneration of health professionals. “We are profoundly conscious of the complexity of the challenges facing our health services, and the strain on resources

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almost half a century since nobel laureat Herbert Simon declared the centrality of design to good management and business there are signs that his ideas are beginning to percolate into the mainstream. Jane Notten looks at what design in business looks like and why it matters. The iPod or the Zune, a Citroen or a Nissan, the GSB MBA or the Gibs MBA? Why do we weigh up these options? Because all of us know that there is something at stake. Implicit in our questioning is the belief (or maybe hope) that one thing is better than another – we are pondering the value of design. Design has always been important for human beings. In all kinds of ways it makes up the world we inhabit. From the cars

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we drive and the roads we drive on, to the phones we talk on, the coffee we drink, the schools we attend and how we search the web, everything is underpinned by design – good or bad. In the last decade, design has also been making a stronger showing in the world of business. Almost half a century since Nobel Laureate Herbert Simon declared the centrality of design to good management and business there are signs that his ideas

are at last beginning to percolate into the maintstream. Design strategy is now taught at most influential business schools and there has been a dramatic increase in the number of major corporations – from IBM and HP to Whirlpool – that have named vice presidents of design or chief design officers, some of whom report directly to the CEO, to drive design and new product innovation. “Conventional wisdom holds that good design is indispensable for differentiating

The UCT Graduate School of Business has announced that Professor Walter Baets, currently based at leading French business school Euromed Management Marseille, has been appointed as the new director of the School. Baets is Professor of Complexity, Knowledge and Innovation, and Associate Dean for Innovation and Social Responsibility at Euromed Management and will take over the top job at the UCT GSB on 1 July 2009. He succeeds Professor Frank Horwitz, who is moving to the UK to become director of the Cranfield School of Management. Baets has held academic positions in Belgium, France, the Netherlands and Spain, and has held visiting teaching positions and consulted academically across Europe, the Middle East, in Russia and India. Prior to academia, he had an extensive career in the areas of strategic planning, decision support and information systems. He graduated in Econometrics and Operations Research at the University of Antwerp (Belgium), did postgraduate studies in Business Administration at Warwick Business School (UK), and was awarded a PhD from the University of Warwick in Industrial and Business Studies. Professor Daya Reddy, Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cape Town, said that the selection committee which interviewed Professor Baets was impressed by his unique mix of credentials and record of achievement, most particularly with the role he has played in significantly raising the stature of his current institution, Euromed Management. “Professor Baets’ experience includes periods in the corporate world and in academia. He has an impressive record of both leadership and personal achievement in research, and is well placed to develop the research standing of the UCT Graduate School of Business,” he said. Reddy added that it is significant that, despite not being South African, “Professor Baets possesses clear insights into complex issues which are intimately related to our location and history. Most significant among these is the set of strategic objectives related to transformation. “Professor Baets has shown, through his deep understanding of the issues, his ability to lead the GSB successfully in its efforts to address its objectives in this area.” Baets said that he is very grateful to be appointed director of the UCT GSB and to inherit a School that is very unique and in such great shape. “It is a precious gift which many others at this business school have worked hard for and I feel proud to be a part of what has been created here. It will be challenging but extremely exciting to lead this prestigious School but I am looking forward to it tremendously,” he said. Baets added that one of the most attractive aspects of the UCT GSB for him is that it is a business school in tune with his way of thinking and his values. “This is a remarkable business school and one of the few in the world with well defined values – and these are values I completely support. The values were developed by everyone here at the UCT GSB through an inclusive process and everyone supports them. “Another impressive aspect is the focus on action learning and systems thinking at the School – pedagogically the model created and used here is one I completely believe in. This systems thinking focus imbues the GSB’s students with an understanding of the complex interconnected world around them and the impact of their decisions – an understanding that their own success is linked to the success of those around them.”

Baets said that working in an emerging market like South Africa, and indeed the African continent, is an exciting prospect that ties in with his personal academic interests and his belief that business schools have a wider role to play. “Emerging economies are defined by high levels of complexity, diversity and uncertainty. I am a fanatic of complexity theory and here is a business school not only interested in my area but at the centre of it. “One of the challenges for a businesses school is how it contributes to the wider development of the economy and region it is in. I believe business schools can achieve this and the UCT GSB has already achieved much in this regard. The School has demonstrated that it is possible to be academically rigorous and achieve internationally recognised excellence, and, to also contribute to the unique challenges of the socio-economic environment it is in,” he added. Baets said he would like to continue the excellent work of his predecessor Professor Horwitz, to develop the School in these critical areas as well as strengthen alumni networks and pursue collaboration opportunities with business schools locally and abroad. Reddy commented further: “Professor Baets places great store by the qualities of innovation and creativity. He has embraced the strategic choices and orientation of the GSB. His appointment as Director, coming after the highly successful tenure of Professor Frank Horwitz, augurs well for the GSB as it embarks on the next exciting stage of its history.” M AY 2009

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NEWS IN BRIEF SALRC: P J Schwikkard and Dennis Davis have been appointed to the SA Law Reform Commission. There are only seven members of the SALRC which plays an important role in revising and updating the law. Merit award: Jonathan Burchell has been given a Meritorious Publication Award (the runner-up to the UCT Book Award) for the third edition of his Principles of Criminal Law. Fellowship: Cathy Powell has been accepted to the SJD programme at the University of Toronto, and been awarded a Fellowship for three years to allow her to do this fulltime. Doctoral Students: Mpfariseni Budeli made history as the first black South African woman PhD in the Faculty of Law. She is pictured below with her supervisor and mentor, commercial law professor, Evance Kalula. ‘A product of the University of Limpopo where she did her LLB, her LLM and was appointed as a lecturer, Ms Budeli is one of a growing number of doctoral students in the Faculty,’ said Professor Kalula. A total of 40 doctoral students, drawn from various countries in Africa, Europe and North America is projected in 2008. ‘It is also gratifying that an increasing number are women and law teachers.’ said Kalula.

A celebration of the Law

OF THE honorary degrees which UCT has conferred in the last hundred years, many have been awarded to lawyers. Yet more LLDs (Honoris causa) have been conferred on those who have played a valuable role in society, often through participation in politics of all kinds. In December 2006, UCT was proud to honour four distinguished lawyers, all of whom have used the law both to emphasize its intimate relationship with justice and its capacity to bring people together through critical engagement with each other. ‘Two of the honorary graduands, Justice Albie Sachs & Judge Dennis Davis, are alumni of the Faculty and very much household names in South Africa,’ comments Professor Hugh Corder, Dean of Law. ‘Justice Sachs suffered greatly from the effects of a car bomb placed by apartheid operatives in Maputo in 1988, but recovered sufficiently to play a leading role in the constitutional negotiations which led to the birth of a democratic South Africa in the early 1990s. He is renowned as a committed, creative, courageous and outspoken man of the law and the arts, as well as for being one of the first people appointed to the Constitutional Court in 1994.’ ‘Outstanding lecturer, researcher and commentator (writing a regular column in the Cape Times, with Gerald Gordon QC, during the states of emergency of the late 1980s), Davis writes prolifically across a broad spectrum of the law. As a judge he has delivered a number of groundbreaking judgments, while at the same time continuing to teach at both LLB and LLM levels at UCT,

Distinguished lawyers (from l-r): Justice Sachs, Judge Davis, Sir Bob Hepple and Prof Dr Zimmermann gather with the Vice-Chancellor (centre) Professor Ndebele before the December graduation ceremony.

always after hours and without material reward. He is probably best known, however, to the general public for his pioneering use of television to bring the critical issues of law and justice into homes across the country.’ ‘Sir Bob Hepple QC is the honorary graduand with the least strong connection to UCT: indeed, he is a graduate of Wits! Bob Hepple, like Albie Sachs, went to the Bar after graduation, and took cases which placed him firmly on the left of the political spectrum. He went into exile in 1963, as a consequence of the Rivonia Trial, and followed an academic career in England. Since his unbanning in 1990, Hepple has had

UCT Law@Work IN JUST the first half of 2007, the Professional Education Project has reached over 450 people, in comparison with the total of 609 delegates for the entire 2006 year. There was an excellent attendance at Companies Bill - taking stock. A day of lectures on the New Companies Bill and there is already great interest in the Workshop on the Consumer Protection Bill scheduled for the 28th of September. ‘It is clear that the Project delivers a valuable service in keeping the wider “legal” community informed of developments in the legislative field, said Manager, Irena Wasserfall. In the spirit of ongoing professional development for the entire community in legal matters, it has been decided to change the Project’s name

strong links with the faculty and his contributions have enriched the study of labour law not only at UCT but more broadly in South Africa’. ‘The fourth honorary graduand is Reinhard Zimmermann who was appointed at the remarkably young age of 29 to succeed the legendary Professors Ben Beinart and JC de Wet as the W P Schreiner Professor of Roman and Comparative law. He left for Regensburg in 1988 but did not lose either his interest in South African law or his contacts with its lawyers, however, and has played host to successive generations of bright young graduates and established legal academics in pursuit of his passion, the harmonisation of

the two great legal systems of the developed world, the civil law and the common law. The Law of Obligations: Roman Foundations of the Civilian Tradition, led to UCT conferring on him the LLD for distinguished published work.’ ‘It is entirely fitting that UCT should have honoured these four lawyers who have in common, not only their status at some time as an Honorary Professor of the Faculty of Law, but also distinguished careers in the pursuit of justice through the law,’ said Corder. The oration at the ceremony was given by Emeritus Professor Francis Wilson and is reproduced in full on page 6.

Professional Development Project

to UCT Law@Work, the Professional Development Project. 2007 kicked off with a seminar on The Legal Aspects of Banking Supervision by visiting German academic, Professor Christian Hafke; a 3-day course on Telecommunications Law, offered for the second time by Hudson Janisch, followed. The 1-day workshop on the National Credit Act was such a success that a second workshop was run and a third is scheduled in September. A 3-day course on Understanding Contracts for Effective Control ran for the third time in August. The following certificate courses were run from March through to June: Sports Law – for the 8th time;Compliance Management – run in

conjunction with the Compliance Institute of South Africa for the 6th time; Sectional Titles Scheme Management in association with Paddocks learning; this is the 3rd course run since January 2006 with another one currently underway; Securitisation – supported by the South African Securitisation Forum, for the 2nd time; The Certificate in Legal Writing, an old favourite with the legal fraternity and corporates, is scheduled to take place in September. This certificate course is now in its 6th year and is presented by Professor Halton Cheadle and renowned legislative drafter, Canadian Phil Knight. ‘Two new courses are being intro-

Three new chairs - Criminology, Customary Law and Intellectual Property Julian Kinderlerer

Clifford Shearing:

NRF Innovation Fund Chair in Intellectual Property Law

NRF, Chair in African Security & Justice (at the time, the ONLY NRF research chair outside the natural sciences in the whole country)

‘‘The intellectual property ‘crisis’ derives from the myriad issues raised by the commodification of indigenous knowledge, the arts and life forms which the information age has spawned. The existing legal framework reflects the need to reward inventors of machinery in the industrial age. It fails to deal with the complexities that currently face those who balance the legitimate interests of the holder of intellectual property on the one hand and those of the wider community on the other. ‘To bring about a more just and equitable order in the field of intellectual property, it is vital that new proposals, derived from independ.. ently-driven research, be encouraged; I believe UCT is well placed to play the pivotal role in this.

The vision of Professor Shearing is to enhance explanatory and normative understandings of security and justice governance in Africa, and more globally, through a focus on physical and environmental security. ‘We are committed to building a research programme for effective, efficient and accountable multi-level governance within Africa while developing sustainable research, teaching, policy and implementation capacity within the ‘global south,’ said Shearing. ‘We will develop digitally-assisted courses that will bring the best minds in the world directly into Africa classrooms.’

Drucilla Cornell Chair in Customary Law, Indigenous Values and Dignity Jurisprudence

‘My vision for the chair is no less than to bring the best of Africa and the best of Europe together but this cannot be done without challenging the Eurocentrism that has dominat-

Moving on

ed Jurisprudence for so long that it has de-valued African indigenous traditions. My commitment then is to find and organise the much needed work on the Living Customary Law and the Living African Traditions that inform the lives of the majority of South Africans.’

.. Wilf Scharf

‘WILF’S EXPOSURE to gangs, community courts, forms of rural justice, the lives of prisoners and politics of compromise which brought ex-political detainees and cops together in the early 1990s gave him an extraxordinary edge in the classroom. In the seminar room he used real life scenarios for educational use. His departure leaves a gap in the teaching repertoire of the Department.’ Elrena van der Spuy was speaking at the dinner held for Associate Pro.. fessor Scharf in March. He had been with the Faculty for 25 years

Moving up Associate Professor: Elrena van der Spuy (Criminal Justice). Senior Lecturers: Jaco Barnard (Private

International collaboration

Sports Law lecturer Rochelle le Roux with participant Molly Roberts.

duced this year’, continued Wasserfall. ‘The first is the Certificate Course in International Tax law and the second is a 3–day course in Entertainment Law, presented by Debbie Lazaus, a UCT graduate who recently returned to South Africa after having worked at a top entertainment law firm in Los Angeles.’

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Law) and Debbie Collier (Commercial Law). Lecturer: Aifheli Tshivashe (Public Law)

Library staff member, Jasmine Ismail (left) with Benjamin Sefako, from the Botswana High/Appeal Court Library, who spent two weeks at UCT in June, an internship facilitated by alumnus, Judge Pat Tebbutt.

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Welcome to Senior Lecturer Private Law Dr Helen Scott has BA (Hon) and LLB degrees from UCT and BCL, MPhil and DPhil degrees from Oxford. Her research interests fall principally within the comparative law of obligations, particularly unjustified enrichment and delict/ tort. She is also interested in civilian legal history, and recently published an article on defamation in Roman law. She is currently working on a book based on her doctoral research, provisionally titled “Unjust Enrichment in South African law”, which will be published by Hart early in 2008.

Lecturers Wahieda Amien, Andrew Hutchison & Thalia Kruger (Commercial Law); Julian Jonker (Private Law) and Julie Berg & Kelly Phelps (Criminal Justice) Wahieda Amien, BA LLB UCT LLM (Western Cape). Currently a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Ghent, Belgium. Research interests: Family law, gender equality and freedom of religion. Julie Berg, MSocSci in Criminology (UCT), has research interests in security governance innovations in Africa; plural policing and private security; police and policing accountability; and the privatisation of prisons Andrew Hutchison, BA LLB LLM (UCT), has just started working on a Ph.D. in contract law; topic: Fundamental Change of Circumstances in Contract Law. Julian Jonker, LLB MPhil ‘UCT’, has also followed non-legal pursuits, including work as a researcher at the District Six Museum. His current research projects lie in legal theory, legal pedagogy and multilingualism, and are closely aligned with his interests as convenor of the Academic Development Programme Thalia Kruger, BA LLB Stellenbosch, Ph.D. Catholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium, her PhD was in the area of Private International Law and was entitled Civil Jurisdiction rules in the EU and their impact on the third State. Kelly Phelps, BA in English and Anthropology (UCT), BSocSci Honours in Criminology (UCT), BA Law (Cambridge University). Research interests: Criminal Law, Criminology, Prisons and Sentencing Theory and Practice.

MONDAY paper November 1 - November 5, 007 Volume 6#17 MONDAY PAPER

Remembrances Denis Cowen (1917 – 2007) Professor/Dean By Professor Danie Visser

of Life, the Universe and Everything (have you read The Hitchhiker’s of the University of Cape Town Guide to the Newspaper Galaxy?) which were the political events of the time in which I took my tiny part, and above all one of the problems of being a youthful student who was often on Fourth Beach at Clifton. Yes indeed. I learned more from him at Hiddingh Hall than just law. That he and Denis Cowen should pass away so close is quite a coincidence, in view of their involvement in the book on Negotiable Instruments. P.S I remember Nina too. She was in my class, and they married while I was a student.’

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Pg 4 distinguished I WILL always be grateful for the teachers: meet the just more than 20 years that I had 2007 winners the privilege of knowing Denis Cowen. Denis became a Professor in the Faculty of Law in 1946, and he left for the University of Chicago in 1961. I arrived at UCT in 1984, and it would not have been surprising if I had only known about him as one of the legends of the Faculty from long ago. But things turned out differently. He had returned to Cape Town and so, happily, our biographies intersected. One has different kinds of friends in one’s life – with some one Alumnus/lecturer can just shoot the breeze or watch By Professor Hugh Corder a rugby match: Denis was not one of these. Indeed, I think that he was wholly incapable of small talk. Rath- INA ACKERMANN obtained her er, he was the friend that brightened LLB degree from this faculty in 1972, my life with great ideas, which he when female law students were relafired off with astonishing regularity tively rare. She went on to practise (and not just loose ideas, but well- law as an attorney, and married and constructed, orderly ideas, although had two sons, Justin and Luke. She none the less original and exciting returned to the academic staff the of ofdiamond mining methods. ha annually. for their orderliness). The ability to Faculty in 1985, asecades one of Namaqualand’s the first along arid “We realised we didn’t have to reTo train a workforce for the new fire people up with ideas was perhaps women to be appointed permanently coastline has turned large tracts into invent the wheel,” adds Susan Botha business, the NRI recently ran a fivethe greatest gift that he gave his stu- to its ranks. She taught commercial wasteland. Now a UCT-lead project, (project liaison and ecologist). day restoration training course that dents and all of us who knew him. law subjects, and became a vithe soon Namaqualand Restoration Ini“Many mine operators and farm- taught 47 local Namaqualanders His brilliance allowed him to tal and energetic part of the staff, tiative (NRI), is putting life back in ers had been doing restoration for (sifted from 150 applicants) the ins make a lasting impact on no fewer continuing to the be asand top -class and squash a little sparkle in the some time and we could learn from and outs of the restoration process: than four areas of law. player and enthusiastic coastal towns. them.” handling topsoil, identifying locals runner. Constitutional law: Harris and othWith its many sensitive ecosystem, Botha pulled on her walking plants (by their scientific names), Her laughter enlivened a ers v Minister of the Interior 1952 (2) Faculty gathering. Namaqualand falls by within the Suc- boots to interview many of them. erecting nets, how to harvest and She was struck SA 428 (A); Banking law: Negotiable cancer for the first culent Karoo, not but a name you’d asNear the Namaqua Sands mining store viable seeds and how to plant time in 1990, instruments textbook with Professor the illness wentsociate with sparcity into remission, and that lends the operation near Lutzville a strange these. mystique. NRI director sight meets the eye. Rows and rows “They were fully involved Gering; Property law: New patterns of she was able toregion enjoy its a productive ecologist Dr Peter Carrick (Plant of shadecloth across spartan land. throughout the course, despite the landownership: the transformation sabbatical leaveand in Melbourne, AusUnit) will tell you that Krüger explains that its there to sometimes dense course material and of the concept of ownership as plena tralia, in 1992. Conservation Soon after her return the Succulent Karoo is one of only keep the wind at bay. Wind is the long hours. It was really amazing,” in re potestas and Environmental law: to teaching in 1993, the cancerecosystems reapsemi-arid to make enemy, ameliorating the soil already said Susan Botha (project liaison and Rooi Els Local Council v Somchem. peared. Ina boretwo treatment brave- 34 biodiversity altered by mining and destroying the ecologist). it the among the world’s Of course Denis could be wonder- ly, but died in May that year. hotspots. It’s a special place. replanted vegetation. Field researcher and ecologist fully unreasonable at times - but I One of the last memories that we But for years the long narrow The shadecloth lesson was Raldo Krüger echoes this. never minded that - and I think none have of her was the extraordinary strip down the coast, from north of gleaned from past experience of “The trainees were so interested of his friends did, because I think graduation ceremony Kleinzeewhich to southtook of Hondeklipbaai, miners and locals who’d tried other in learning more about the plants that everyone knows that that goes place on 1st May has 1993 been at outStofLuke’s bounds to the public. methods to keep the wind at bay. and ecology of Namaqualand. Many with the territory of genius. And I Hospice in Kenilworth, Only now that the diamond mines are The team also undertook several thanked us for opening a whole new when the will always be grateful that he always Rand Afrikaansclosing shop awarded (the shelves are nearly field experiments over the past three world to them.” University told one straight out when you made Ina her LLM degree bare)cum arelaude, we seeing Of the course attendants, 15 have for a the remains: years to decipher the ecological rea mistake – someone who does that thesis entitled “mine dumps and denuded areas. quirements for the establishment of a already been signed up for the new The Inchoate DocuThere been ad hoc restora- diversity of perennial species on the restoration business. More jobs will is a true friend who helps one grow. ment”, in the presence of had Professors activities of mined-out areas by mined areas. be available when NM Restoration How much we will all miss him. Jannie Otto andtion Derek van der Meroperators and even farmers. Now, the NRI in partnership with expands. we of the RAUmine as well as Professor But the co-ordinated, scientifically- De Beers has created a new restoraIt’s this that excites Carrick: (now Judge) Frans Malan. based approach adopted by the NRI tion business, harnessing the local “The joint opportunity to create In her memory, the Ina Ackermann was lacking. workforce: Namaqualanders from employment and restore the enviFund was establishedFormed with donations with start-up capital small coastal towns with evocative ronment has been seized by the ecofrom family, friends and by colleagues, provided the Critical Ecosystem names like Spoegrivier, Soebatsfon- nomic and environmental role that Alumnus/Academic the revenue fromPartnership which makes possiFund and further fund- tein and Hondeklipbaai. NM restoration will fulfil. It’s been ble the award annually of an Ina ing provided byAckDe Beers, the NRI They will work for a new busi- my dream to empower local people By Mervyn Bennum (1960) ermann Scholarship ( for a links is fostering with mine opera- ness, NM Restoration, fully owned from Namaqualand to become ownwoman graduate intending tors to andpractise harnessing law) the expertise of by three Namaqualanders and this ers of fully functional businesses that ‘HE WAS a brilliant and ferociously and the Ina Ackermann restorationPrize practitioners and the use new venture will replace the dumps provide much-needed services. Now (for rigorous lawyer and a passionately the best student of cally based field experi- with the diversity of plants that lived it’s a landscape in waiting. in scientifi the course Comexact lecturer, and withal a very gen- mercial Transactions mentsLaw). to develop novel restoration there before, restoring more than 150 Helen tHéron tle and humane and considerate man These two projects recently rewho cared greatly for his students. ceived an injection of funds at the I have personal reasons to remember instigation of Ina’s brother Neil; inthese traits with gratitude and affec- stead of flowers for their late father, tion, for they all came together when monies were contributed Do you to know there UCT in are only 28 days left to graduation – and even fewer to the deadline of our bumper graduation I was struggling miserably with the her name. Those ofedition of knew Monday us who her Paper? Try for a moment to forget how big a slab of your bonus the state’s coffers will get and put on your thinking cap. Let us have leads of all those good grad stories in your department. We know that in all law relating to Negotiable Instru- miss her still. Her picture hangs with echelons of this university great research is being done and the final touches have been added to dissertations and ments, H/P, Insurance, and Motor that of Mike Blackman in the Comtheses. Please let us know about these. This includes any siblings who will be capped together, moms and dads Vehicle Insurance, plus the stresses mercial Law Reading Room.their children, children capping their moms and dads, octogenarians getting their first degrees, and any capping

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namaqualand

Ina Ackermann (1950 – 1993)

From dumps to daisies

A project that harnesses expertise from the botany department will restore Namaqualand mine dumps, roping in local communities and creating sustainable employment

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Leonard Gering (1928 - 2007)

Grad notice 2007 We want your grad stories, now!

other human interest stories. Please pass on your leads to Megan Morris, email Megan.Morris@uct.ac.za.

ABOVE: Participants of the restoration course receives training on restoration packs that are used to reintroduce perennial plant species on newly restored areas LEFT: Growing new plants. BELOW: Rows and rows of erected shadecloth from the Namaqua Sands mining operation near Lutzville.

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THE SATVI LAB IN TB VACCINE RESEARCH

Vaccines to stop tB Vaccines to stop tB

AN EffECTIVE VACCINE IS A kEy TooL IN pREVENTINg TB

The Liquid Nitrogen Container is state-of-the-art laboratory equipment that plays a critical role in our tB vaccine studies. each container can store hundreds of thousands of blood samples which are taken from our study participants. these samples are prepared and frozen at temperatures of up to -195 ◦ c and stored in our Biobank. Results are determined after many years of research, and this sample bank enables our scientists or immunologists to access the samples for various studies. this enables researchers to get a better understanding of the body’s immune responses to tB and novel tB vaccines.

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THE SATVI TEAm SATVI consists of a research team comprising highly trained study clinicians, epidemiologists, infectious disease specialists, immunologists, technologists, a laboratory assistant and a number of phD and Masters students, all supported by dedicated administrative, communications, it and regulatory affairs teams. all members of the satVi team are trained in Good clinical practice and Good Laboratory practice.

South Africa has the second highest rate of tuberculosis (tB) in the world. a striking 1% of our population develops tB disease every year! World-wide, 1 person dies every 20 seconds from the disease. experts agree that an effective tB vaccine is one of the key tools needed to prevent tB. the only tB vaccine currently available (known as BcG) is given to babies soon after birth, but is effective only in protecting children against serious tB, and not lung tB.

SATVI AImS To BEComE A CENTRE of ExCELLENCE foR TRAININg IN CLINICAL, EpIdEmIoLogICAL ANd LABoRAToRy ASpECTS of TB By:

SATVI IS THE LARgEST dEdICATEd TB VACCINE RESEARCH gRoup IN AfRICA Established in 2001, SATVI’s aim is the development of a new and effective tB vaccine. We are part of worldwide research that, if successful, has the potential to save hundreds of thousands of lives. We have a clinical field site in Worcester, 110km outside of cape town, where the rate of tB is amongst the highest in the world. this site spans the entire Boland-overberg region of the Western cape, covering an area of about 12,000 square kilometers with a population of 350,000.

The Liquid Nitrogen Container is state-of-the-art laboratory equipment

satVi has enrolled more than 20,000 participants in various research projects. our state-of-the-art immunology laboratories are located within the institute of infectious Diseases and Molecular Medicine of the University of cape Town, and at the Worcester Project Office. our growing success as the premier tB vaccine research site in the world is evident from the ongoing support of international funding agencies, presentations of our research at international conferences, representation on international bodies, as well as high-impact articles documenting research findings published in international medical journals. (For access to our publications, visit the sat Vi publications page on our website at http://www.satvi.uct.ac.za/publications/latest-satvi-publications.html)

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• Scientific development and capacity building through the Honours in Vaccinology, Masters programmes, phDs and postdoctoral fellowships • Capacity building of SATVI technical, nursing, administrative and support staff through our very own siyantinga professional Development programme (pDp) • Refresher courses covering all aspects of clinical research, such as epidemiology, biostatistics, ethics and project management, at the Fogarty, National Institutes of Health (NIH) USA supported summer institute • Continuing Medical Education (CME) through active participation with service providers

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We cannot win the battle against AIDS if we do not also fight TB. TB is too often a death sentence for people with AIDS. nelson Mandela

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Baby Janenique makes history! First baby vaccinated in leading TB vaccine trial in Worcester

Both former President Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu have beaten Tb by completing their treatment and living healthily!

• If you have HIV, you have a much greater chance of getting TB. • TB is one of the main causes of death in people living with HIV.

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Photographer: Matthew Willman. Images reproduced with permission from the Nelson Mandela and Desmond Tutu Foundations.

p. 2 Change in SATVI leadership Interview with SATVI’s Co-Directors on SATVI studies SATVI lab reaches a new milestone p. 3 What happens when you enrol your baby in a study? p. 4 New state of the art x-ray machine for Brewelskloof TB hospital SATVI TB Walkers Club started

SATVI and the Boland run to beat TB

ABOVE: Janenique and her mother, Janey Pienaar, at the SATVI vaccine trials clinic.

FOUR MONTH OLD JANENIqUE Pienaar of Worcester has made history! On 15 July 2009 she became the first baby in 80 years to be vaccinated with a trial TB vaccine in a large study in infants. The trial vaccine, named MVA85A/Aeras-485 (‘phase IIB’ as it is called by the SATVI team), is being tested right here at SATVI’s TB vaccine research site in Worcester. Baby Janenique lives in the Boland, which has one of the highest rates of TB in the world. TB is one of the main causes of death here. Like all South African newborns, Janenique was given the BCG vaccine at birth to protect her from getting TB. While BCG is known to

Our babies are helping

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Your baby can also join this study of a new Vaccine against TB! Speak to our Sisters T: 0 2 3 3 4 6 5 4 0 0

ABOVE: The phase 2b poster.

protect against severe forms of TB in children, it does not seem to protect against lung TB, the main form of TB. TB is a major health problem worldwide, especially in countries where there is unemployment and poverty. It is the main cause of death among people living with AIDS. In the Boland about one person dies from TB every day! Many of you would also know that a new form of TB, MDR and XDR TB, has become a problem, and is more difficult to treat. This is why we need to find a new and more effective TB vaccine. This TB vaccine must be safe - for all ages, all types of TB and for those living with HIV.

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Vaccine Trials House

This is the clinic (known as ‘the House’) on the premises of brewelskloof hospital, where we do our vaccinations. It used to be the Medical Superintendant’s house many years ago.

2 Waiting room & play area Parents and babies wait to be attended to in our waiting room and play area.

A clinical research worker explains to a mother about the study, and works through the consent document with her, to make sure she understands all information about the study. This is done in the language that the parent chooses. A parent must sign a consent document to give permission for her baby to be in the study.

ABOVE: The Worcester Senior Secondary School crossed the finishing line first

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After consenting

The mother keeps a copy of the consenting document

ON WORLD TB DAy, 24 March 2009, a SATVI team and 146 learners from 14 schools in Worcester and De Doorns participated in a 5km fun-relay around Plein Square to ‘beat TB.’ SATVI and its Community Advisory Board organised this event to bring TB awareness right into the heart of the community. Runners wore tattoos and T-shirts. Although Hexpark Primary School and Worcester Senior Secondary School their races first - all athletes were winners in the fight to ‘beat TB’! Event sponsors included Coca Cola, kFC, Drostdy, Birchells and H2O. over the easter weekend, 22 SATVI staff raised TB awareness by running in two Two Oceans Marathon races in Cape Town, one of the biggest marathons in the world. They completed the 21km, 5km and 2,5km races.

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If baby has signs of TB, or may be infected, SATVI may admit baby to our ward at Brewelskloof hospital for more TB tests. Here mommies watch TV while their babies are being tested for TB.

dr Michele Tameris.

With this new ‘phase 2b study,’ it is the first time in 80 in years that a study of a new TB vaccine has come this far in babies. It is the most advanced of all TB vaccine studies in the world, since the BCG vaccine was developed in 1921. Of the 10 trial TB vaccines being tested in trials worldwide, SATVI is testing four. SATVI will be approaching parents in the Worcester, Ceres and Robertson areas. “We want to enrol 2784 BCG vaccinated, healthy babies, at about 4 months of age,” says Dr Tameris, Clinical Manager of the study. “We will give half the babies the study vaccine, and the other half a placebo CONTINUED ON PAGE 4...

Giving permission

SATVI TB Walker’s Club beats TB SATVI NEWS SPOkE TO staff who were inspired by their experience in the Two Ocean’s marathon races to form the SATVI TB Walkers Club:

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for you at the finish line, when receiving your medal for completing the race and mostly when we draw so much attention that participants and other athletic clubs want to

Baby is vaccinated know more about SATVI.’

The Maigan Ratangee: ‘I would like a healthy amaryl van schalkwyk: ‘We receives have grown first day of the study, when baby the vaccination.

from 13 to 22 members and practise Monday to Thursday after work on the Plein in Worcester. Practising motivates us to take part in events . By the end of 2009 we would have taken part in eight events altogether!’ besley Pieterse: ‘People notice our ‘Beat TB’ t-shirts. We are proud when we finish the race and the announcer talks about our ‘Beat TB’ t-shirts, when the rest of the team waits

life style. I enjoy how we go out and see new places outside the work environment, such as attending races like the ‘Blisters for Bread’ where the entry fee gets used to feed a hungry child.’ sunelza swarts: ‘I want to lose weight, stick to a healthy life style, to complete every race and better my finish time, also to enjoy the social gatherings.’

Baby is examined to make sure he/she is well enough or meets the requirements to take part in our study.

In the Boland, where TB is very high, this study offers hope that we will find a better TB vaccine.

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Baby Janenique makes history! ..CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 (inactive substance). After this, SATVI staff will follow up the babies for up to two years,’ she explains. The study wants to see if the group that got the new vaccine is more protected from TB than the group which didn’t. Earlier studies in smaller groups of people have shown this vaccine to be safe in adults, children and babies. SATVI is working with TB vaccine partners from Europe and America in this study, where the vaccine has also been tested. For the parents of Janenique and the other babies on the trial, it will be a three year wait to hear the results of the study by 2012.

HAVE yOU NOTICED SATVI’s cars with our new stickers? We want the community to know when we are working in your area. We visit clinics, hospitals, the community, and sometimes follow up our study participants at their homes in Robertson, Ceres, De Doorns and Worcester.

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With perserverance, and determination, TB can be healed! Catherine wiese, Valley FM

Second Community Advisory Board formed Other executive members are: Secretary - Ursula Daniels, TB Dots worker, Assistant Secretary - Trudy Rooy, TB Dots worker, and Project Co-ordinator - Daniel Matjan, a paralegal activist. SATVI is running monthly training sessions with the CAB to ensure members have a good understanding of SATVI’s work. For further information on the CAB, contact Rozitha Machawa on 023 346 5400 or Bosch Willemse on 072 187 4331.

This group (CAB) must work together with SATVI to encourage the community members to take part in this study, so that they will have better information about the role we play by working together with SATVI.

SATVI cars in your area

Follow-up visits

Our nurses and clinical research workers sometimes visit participants in their homes to check if they are well.

The parent is given an appointment card for endurance the next visit. She stores it in a safe place during the study.

FRONT l-r: Cathleen Jacobs, Linda Sibeko, Marvina Johnson and Trudy Rooy. BACk l to r: Bosch Willemse, Lovey Louw, Susanna Van Wyk, Carima Horne, Margaret Goeieman, Ursula Daniels and Daniel Matjan.

SATVI’S SECOND COMMUNITy ADVISORy Board (CAB) was formed on 11 March 2009. Its new executive was elected on 2 June with community activists Mr Bosch Willemse as Chairperson and Ms Linda Sibeko as Deputy Chairperson. The CAB has a very important role to play as it represents your community’s interests in TB vaccine research. Before the elections, an interim CAB committee developed a Constitution to guide its functioning.

Now is the time to take part in fighting TB, so don’t wait for a friend, father,sister or brother or neighbour to die because of TB. Come and support SATVI in finding a new TB vaccine, NOW IS THE TIME FOR yOU TO GET INVOLVED! Chairperson Mr bosch willemse

MEC for Health praises SATVI’s work ‘I WOULDN’T BE SURPRISED if a new TB vaccine is found right here in Worcester,’ said Provincial Minister (MEC) for Health, Theuns Botha, during a visit to SATVI’s field site on 18 September. The MEC was most impressed with SATVI’s contribution to the fight against TB, specifically mentioning SATVI’s TB vaccine research and the new digital x-ray machine it helped to get for Brewelskloof regional TB hospital. He visited the site following his address to Primary Health Care nurses at a TB symposium sponsored by SATVI at ABOVE l-r: Professor Gregory Hussey, Dr Danie Theron and MEC for Health, Theuns Botha. Brewelskloof Hospital. Former SATVI Director Professor Gregory Hussey, who chaired the symposium, and Elmarie Simon, SATVI site manager, hosted the MEC. The MEC was accompanied by the Boland Regional District Head, Dr Lizette Philips, and Medical Superintendent of Brewelskloof Hospital, Dr Danie Theron. Acknowledgement: Worcester Standard

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SATVI nominated for International Award! SATVI HAS BEEN NOMINATED for the stop Tb kochon Prize! This prise is awarded every year to recognise persons, institutions or organisations that have made a significant contribution to fighting TB. The Aeras Global Tuberculosis Foundation nominated SATVI because of its ‘outstanding record of TB vaccine development’. The winner of the award will be announced in December.

The SATVI Community Advisory Board • Is made up of members of the Boland community. • Represents the interests of the Boland community in TB vaccine research by: - giving community views on SATVI’s research - raising issues of concern about SATVI’s research. • Is the link between SATVI and the community and guides SATVI on its communications in the Boland.

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SATVI Communications Manager: Linda Rhoda The machine is the only digital x-ray machine in a TB hospital in South Africa. It allows a 13 UCT freezer/storage The transport containers witht: samples 021 4066697 or e: linda.rhoda@uct.ac.za study doctor to viewScientists x-rays on computer, zoom in onblood high-quality photos of the lungs, and for these and analyse baby’s are transported under the best possible aCKnowledGeMenTs: to other see whether the TBvia vaccine images to besample sent to specialists email, if necessary. The new x-ray machine will conditions to the lab to be processed and by Laurian Samples Design & Layout Miles are stored in up to -196 degrees has improved baby’s immune response analysed. allow TB conditions to be diagnosed quicker and more effectively here in the Boland. Mantaray design studio www.mantaraydesign.co.za Celsius in this freezer at UCT (protection) against TB.

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ukulwa isifo se-TB Why a new vaccine against TB?

Your baby can join the study if she or he is:

• Millions of people in the world are infected with TB. TB is one of the biggest causes of death in this area. All babies are vaccinated with BCG soon after birth to protect them against TB.

• less than one year old • healthy, and • has received a BCG injection.

• The South African TB Vaccine Initiative (SATVI) is testing, right here in Worcester, a new TB vaccine that may help the BCG vaccine work better. If we are successful, millions of lives can be saved.

• receive the new TB injection, and • be seen 5 times during the study by our medical team.

• SATVI’s highly skilled team has been conducting tests on this vaccine for 3 years already. We are now testing it on babies in Worcester!

• information about the study, and • take baby out of the study at any time.

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When baby joins the study, baby will:

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Kutheni kufuneka ugonyo olutsha oluthintela i-TB? • Izigidi zabantu ehlabathini bosuleleke sisifo se-TB. Le TB isesinye sezifo ezidala inyhikityha yokufa kule ngingqi. Zonke iintsana zigonywa nge-BCG kwakamsinya emva kokuba zizelwe ukuzikhusela kwisifo se-TB. • I-South African TB Vaccine Initiative (SATVI) ivavanya apha e-Vostile, ugonyo olutsha lwe-TB olungathi luncede ugonyo lwe-BCG ukuba lusebenze ngcono. Ukuba lube yimpumelelo, zizigidi zobomi babantu abaya kusinda.

Nowakho umntwana angazimanya nolu phando logonyo olutsha lwe-TB!

• Iqela elisemanqwanqweni le-SATVI lilo ebeliqhuba olu vavanyo eminyakeni emithathu eseyedlule. Ngokunje siluvavanya ezintsaneni apha e-Vostile!

Usana lwakho lunganako ukuzimanya nolu phando ukuba: • lungaphantsi konyaka ubudala • lusempilweni, kwakhona • lusifumene isitofu se-BCG. Xa usana lwakho luzimanya nolu phando, usana lwakho: • luyakufumana isitofu esitsha se-TB, kwakhona • lubonwe amatyeli ama-5 lo gama kuphandwa liqela lethu lezamayeza. Ukhumbule ukuba, unelungelo: • lokulukhupha usana lwakho kuphando nanini na, kwakhona • lokufumana ingcaciso ngolu phando.

Sisonke, siyimisa ngxi i-TB.

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Contents A wondrous desert... ...that needs our help A programme to serve CASE STUDY: Priscilla champions SKEP cause SKEP’s 20-year vision SKEP key priority areas in South Africa Five years of achievement CASE STUDY: Biodiversity-friendly land practices CASE STUDY: Better industry practices CASE STUDY: Improved livelihoods CASE STUDY: Expanded scientific knowledge What lies ahead? Join our journey...

Postal Address: Private Bag X7, Claremont 7735 Physical Address: Centre for Biodiversity Conservation, Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Rhodes Drive, Newlands, 7735 Telephone: +27 21 799 8872 Facsimile: +27 21 797 1940 Email: skep@sanbi.org

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A LIST OF CEPF APPROVED GRANTS Building Stewardship Capacity in the Bokkeveld Botanical Society of South Africa; Bushmanland Conservation Initiative (BCI) Preparation Phase Botanical Society of South Africa; Establishing the Knersvlakte Provincial Nature Reserve Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; A Feasibility Study for the Establishment of a Succulent Karoo Biodiversity Resource and Conservation Centre with Satellite Information Centers Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; The Gouritz Initiative: Securing Biodiversity and Harnessing Social and Economic Opportunities in Key Corridors Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; Greater Cederberg Biodiversity Corridor Small Grants Fund Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; Informing the Development of an Integrated Land Use Management Plan for the Commons of the Namaqualand Uplands Agricultural Research Council-Range & Forage Institute; Planning the Knersvlakte Biodiversity Corridor Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; Promoting and Supporting Conservation Action in the Sperrgebiet Priority Area and Namibia’s Succulent Karoo Ecosystem Namibia Nature Foundation; Aus Tourist Information Centre Namibia Nature Foundation; Biodiversity and Wine Initiative — Extension Services in the Little Karoo Botanical Society of South Africa; The Biodiversity and Wine Initiative Succulent Karoo Expansion The South African Wine & Brandy Company; Development of the Soebatsfontein Succulent Reserve Soebatsfontein Tourism Forum; Development of the Sutherland Succulent Karoo Route: Catalyzing Conservation through Ecotourism and Environmental Awareness Garden Route Enviro Services; Equator Ventures Conservation International; Establishment of Hiking Routes in Sutherland in the Hantam-Tankwa-Roggeveld Priority Area Sutherland Unemployment Forum; Gouritz Corridor: Biodiversity Tourism Route (off-the-Beaten Track) Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; The Importance of Porcupines for Maintenance of Endangered Plant Populations and Plant Diversity in the Geophyte-Rich Koue Bokkeveld University of Cape Town; Karoo Veld: Ecology & Management University of Stellenbosch; Land Stewardship and Acquisition Analysis in the Central Little Karoo based on a PrivatePublic Partnership, Fine-scale Cost-effective Assessment and the InfoShare Enterprise Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; Making Business Part of the Solution: Engaging Corporate Support in Sustaining Conservation in the Succulent Karoo Conservation International; Namaqualand Restoration Initiative: Bringing Mining, Biodiversity and Local Communities Together University of Cape Town; Ostrich Industry Biodiversity Management

Project South African Ostrich Business Chamber; Preparing for Conservation and Sustainable Land Use of the Succulent Karoo in Namibia Namibia Nature Foundation; Understanding the Koue Bokkeveld Geophytes University of Cape Town; Actions for Improved Vegetation Management on the Bokkeveld Plateau University of Cape Town; Alienate the Aliens: Phase One NACLO; Alternative Small Predator Management Techniques in the Succulent Karoo: Options to Conserve Biodiversity South African National Parks; The Botanical Importance of the Roggeveld: Tankwa Region University of Pretoria; Developing a Strategic Plan for the Community Conservation Section in the Department of Tourism, Environment and Conservation Botanical Society of South Africa; Ecological Interactions and Impact of the Tent Tortoise (Psammobates tentorius) on the Succulent Karoo Hotspot University of Stellenbosch; Impacts of Herbivores on the Succulent Karoo Vegetation of Anysberg Nature Reserve Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University; Investigate Innovative Mechanisms to Restore and Retain High Priority Succulent Karoo in the Cederberg Conservancy Western Cape Nature Conservation Board; Land Conservation Facilitation for Leslie Hill Succulent Karoo Trust World Wide Fund for Nature - South Africa; Landscapes and Livelihoods: Strategic Ecological Advice, Mentoring, and Support for Biodiversity-Based Livelihoods in Namaqualand Peter Carrick; The Namaqualand Uplands Cape Leopard Trust Conservancy Project: Using Leopards to Unite Farmers in Conservation The Cape Leopard Trust; Public Participation for an Integrated Conservation and Development Strategy for Akkerendam Nature Reserve Southern Ambition; Restoration of the Nieuwoudtville Wild Flower Reserve Indigo Development and Change; Restoring the Biodiversity of the RoggeveldRenosterveld: Evaluation, Multiplication and Establishment of Indigenous Plant Species on Old Agricultural Fields Western Cape Animal Production Research Trust; Retention and Restoration of the Biodiversity of the Little Karoo Council for Scientific and Industrial Research; Sharing Lessons from the Succulent Karoo on Conservation Assessment and Planning Philip Desmet; SKEPPIES Fund (SKEP Partnering in your Environment) — A Fund for Conservation and Development in the Succulent Karoo Development Bank of Southern Africa; SKEPPIES Fund (SKEP Partnering in your Environment) — A Fund for Conservation and Development in the Succulent Karoo — Pilot Phase Development Bank of Southern Africa; SKEPPIES Project Development Support Conservation International; Small Grants for Global Conservation of

Amphibian Diversity within Hotspots Arizona State University; Southern Namib Restoration Ecology Information Package EnviroScience; A Transformation Map for the Little Karoo Geo Terra Image (Pty) Ltd.; Vegetation Classification, Mapping, Condition Assessment and Monitoring of Sanbona Wildlife Reserve with Specific Emphasis on the Impact of the Mega Herbivores Sanbona Game Reserve Pty Ltd.; A Vegetation Map for the Little Karoo Regalis Environmental Services CC; Veld and Flora of the Little Karoo Regalis Environmental Services CC; Vulnerability of a Key Iconic Species, Aloe Dichotoma, to Past and Future Climate Change University of Cape Town; An Inventory of the Rare and Endemic Plants and Habitats of the Kamiesberg Uplands Nick Helme; Biodiversity Guidelines for Agricultural Development in the Northern Cape Botanical Society of South Africa; Climate Change Communication Campaign The Green Connection; Conservation Priorities for Insects of the Kamiesberg Uplands Jonathan Colville; Creation of a SKEP Database Botanical Society of South Africa; Demography of Brown Hyenas in the Larger Kaukasib and Klinghardt Mountains Area in the Sperrgebiet, Namibia Brown Hyena Research Project; Developing a Fine-Scale Conservation Plan for the Kamiesberg Uplands Philip Desmet; Developing Products for Integrating Biodiversity Priorities into Land Use Planning and Decision-making in the Namaqua District Municipality Botanical Society of South Africa; Exploring Options for Governance and Coordination of the Gouritz Initiative Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa; Greening the Namaqua District Municipality Conservation International; Identifying, Mapping and Valuing Socioeconomically Significant Biodiversity At the Municipal Level: A Pilot Study in Oudtshoorn, South Africa Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa; Inventory, Mapping and Increased Awareness of the Brown Hyena and Other Large Predators in the Sperrgebiet and Surrounding Areas, Namibia Brown Hyena Research Project; Investing in Technology to Build Communication and Financial Management Capacity for Civil Society Biodiversity Conservation NGOs in African Hotspots South African National Biodiversity Institute; Investing in Technology to Build Communication and Financial Management Capacity for Civil Society Biodiversity Conservation NGOs in African Hotspots Conservation International; Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation in the Succulent Karoo Hotspot: Strengthening and Ensuring Sustainability of the Institutional Environment for Conservation Action Through SKEP Conservation International; SKEEP – Southern Karoo Environmental

Education Project Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa; Wetlands of Kamiesberg Municipality Freshwater Consulting Group; A Conservation Awareness Raising Plan for the Bushmanland Inselberg Geographic Priority Area Namprocon CC; Biodiversity Awareness Raising: Exhibitions and Biodiversity Fieldtrips during the Western Cape International Youth Festival Western Cape International Youth Festival; Building a Global Constituency for Biodiversity Conservation Conservation International; Building a Global Constituency for Biodiversity Conservation Rare; Co-authorship of a book titled East of the Cape–Conserving Eden Shirley Pierce Cowling; Drought in the Succulent Karoo — Increasing the Awareness of Stakeholders Through a Better Understanding of the Physical, Ecological, and Socioeconomic Effects, Interactions and Responses Arid Zone Ecology Forum; Formal Launching of CEPF-funded SKEP Programme in Knersvlakte Conservation International; Klein Karoo Awareness Project L. H. Jordaan; Knersvlakte Biodiversity Awareness Raising Project Masibambane Multi-Purpose Community Centre; Market Research Support to the Africa Environmental News Service Equals Three Communications; Nieuwoudtville Biodiversity Facilitators Project Indigo Development and Change; Piloting a Resource for Environmental Education in the Little Karoo Garden Route Botanical Garden Trust; Raising Awareness of the Unique Biodiversity of the Tankwa Karoo and Roggeveld Priority Region South African National Parks; Sanna’s Garden: Animated Animals Teach Kids about Conservation Fopspeen Live Art; Taking SKEP to a Finer Scale: Catalyzing Conservation Action in Geographic Priority Areas in the Succulent Karoo Conservation International; Environmental Education Program for the Succulent Karoo Hotspot in Namibia: Phase 1 — Program Development Namib Desert Environmental Education Trust; Facilitating the Transition from Conservation Planning to Action: Establishing SKEP Sub-regional Coordination Nodes Conservation International; Facilitating the Transition from Conservation Planning to Action: Providing Biodiversity Specialist Support to the SKEP Coordination Team Botanical Society of South Africa; Raising Awareness and Building Local Capacity for Project Design and Implementation Linked to SKEP Conservation Targets Conservation International; The SKEP Coordination Unit: Ensuring Strategic and Effective Conservation Action in the Succulent Karoo Hotspot South African National Biodiversity Institute; Supporting Innovation and Sustainable Financing of the SKEP Bioregional Program Conservation International.

Namaqualand Restoration Initiative

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS SKEP would like to acknowledge the work of all its partner organisations and individuals, some of whom are listed here. Special thanks to the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund (CEPF), which has enabled much of the programme’s first five years. CEPF is a joint initiative of l’Agence Française de Développement, Conservation International, the Global Environment Facility, the Government of Japan, the MacArthur Foundation and the World Bank. A fundamental goal is to ensure civil society is engaged in biodiversity conservation. CONTRIBUTORS/WRITERS Melanie Blythe, Marion Johnson, Tessa Mildenhall, Professor Eugene Moll, Michael Morgan, Jane Notten, Caroline Petersen, Caroline Voget. DESIGN AND PRODUCTION by Rothko Telephone: +27 (0)21 448 9457 Email: info@rothko.co.za Web: www.rothko.co.za

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Honeybee pollen thieves

Bulbine: a traditional, useful plant

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Environmental Assessment

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The Plane Tree Avenue

Cape Parrots and yellowwoods

scale insects

Environmental education

The butterflies of Fir Tree Park

story of Manukelana

Gardening with sorghum

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Fairy rings

Enigmatic nerines

Brush up on botanical art

Tracking unusual Cape plants

Fire and humans

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Scale insects and Erica

Small trees for gardens

Expedition to the Otjihipa

Sorting out Oscularia

Three common garden moths

Mountains of Namibia

Save the Clanwilliam cedar Outeniqua mystery deaths

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Restoring valuable spekboomveld by Shirley Pierce, Richard Cowling, Ant Mills, Mike Powell and Ayanda Sigwela

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Is your garden green? by Gavin Maneveldt and The Enviro Facts Project

Disa stachyoides (known as Ihlamvu elimpofu lasenkangala in Zulu). Photo: Hendrik Venter.

are underway at the Durban Botanic Gardens to raise as many as possible of our indigenous terrestrial orchids from seed in order to research cultural methods, and of course to promote conservation. This is, however, a long and arduous process and we estimate that it will be several years before we are able to make plants available. Growing the Drakensberg disas Disa cornuta is a deciduous species that is often found in cultivation, and which is fairly easy to grow and flower. It occurs in both summer and winter rainfall areas of South Africa. The winter rainfall form is best grown in clay pots with a free-draining, sandy medium. The summer rainfall form may be cultivated in any container in a free-draining, sandy medium

The golden orchid, Disa cornuta. Photo: Hendrik Venter.

that contains some organic matter in the form of friable compost (two parts sand and two parts compost). Disa crassicornis is a robust and extremely striking summer-growing plant bearing numerous large flowers on stems up to 1 m tall. It is difficult to keep in cultivation and is often short-lived, as its exact cultural requirements and growth cycle are not yet understood. Try it in a clay pot, with an acid medium comprising two parts sand and one part compost. Disa woodii is a summer-growing plant that is easy to grow, and in fact is quick to colonize disturbed areas such as road verges. It is often found in lawns in built-up areas. This speciecan be grown in sandy soil containing a good measure of compost (one part each sand and compost), and requires high light intensities

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thorough watering (to simulate the natural environment), and use no additional feeding apart from the compost in the mix. These species are deciduous and receive no watering in winter, apart from occasional rain, which may occur naturally in their environment in any case. It has been found that it is beneficial to use some of the soil from the growing or collecting area in the potting medium to promote good growth, but of course this is not always possible. Please note that all orchids in South Africa are protected by law and all collection in the wild requires a permit from the relevant conservation authority in the area. Seedlings grown from seed in laboratory conditions often exhibit some hybrid vigour and are sometimes easier to grow in cultivation. Concerted efforts

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COVER A new species of Ferraria, as yet un-named. John Manning and Greg Nicolson returned to the coastal Namaqualand strandveld to search for a flower of what they suspected was a new species of Ferraria and were rewarded with this 10 cm high gem near Groenriviermond. Photo: Greg Nicolson. See p. 194. The Botanical Society of South Africa is a nongovernmental organization whose mission is to win the hearts, minds and material support of individuals and organizations, wherever they may be, for the conservation, cultivation, study and wise use of the indigenous flora and vegetation of southern Africa.

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News from the Conservation Unit BotSoc appeals for donations to court action against dubious mining in crucial hotspots

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Mark Botha on Learning to love aliens

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Recommended terms of reference for the consideration of biodiversity in environmental assessment and decision-making

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News from the CREW Inspector CREWseau: Botanical detectives at work

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Conserving Biodiversity The Centenary of the Plane Tree Avenue

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Gardening with traditionally useful plants Sorghum

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Learning about biodiversity Teachers are our life support

227

Curriculum Corner

228

Book reviews

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Letters

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Branch Out News and events from the BotSoc branches

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Classified advertisements

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Index

Disa thodei. Photo: Hendrik Venter.

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Mike Powell in front of a healthy stand of spekboom, Portulacaria afra.

or centuries, the beauty and grace of the red disa, or Pride of Table Mountain, Disa uniflora, has enthralled botanists and horticulturists around the world. This species, together with the plethora of hybrids between it and its closely related species (like Disa tripetaloides and Disa cardinalis), still excite and interest orchid growers. These plants are normally considered challenging to grow because their natural habitat, up in the mountains of the Western Cape in South Africa, is unique. The evergreen Disa uniflora normally grows in cold streams and in a fairly cool environment where it flowers in the dry summer after a winter rainfall period. These conditions can be quite difficult to emulate in cultivation, although many growers around DECEMBER 2008

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postal address : #1 Thibault Square LG Building, 28th Floor Cape Town 8000 South Africa

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EXPERIENCE COUNTS The

GRAPHIC DESIGNER

John Freeman

An unrivalled record of over 30 years in bloodstock selection and management, John Freeman, founder of The Thoroughbred Group, has bought and managed the careers of some of South Africa’s finest thoroughbreds.

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With Compliments

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John Freeman

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DYNASTY

2 0 1 1 DY N A S T Y B Y J O H N F R E E M A N

JohnFreeman Stallion Management | SA Turf Directory | Afro-Kor Bloodstock | Afro-Mauri Bloodstock | Horse Insurance | Tesiopower T: +27 (0)21 418 0566 | F: +27 (0)21 418 0254 | A: P O Box 26, Sea Point, South Africa 8060 E: john@johnfreeman.co.za | W: http://www.freemanstallions.co.za & http://www.johnfreeman.co.za TWITTER: @freemanstallion | FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/freeman.stallions

2011

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INTRODUCTION THE YEARLING THE 2 YEAR OLD THE 3 YEAR OLD IN THE NEWS PARADE ARTICLE: SIRING A DYNASTY THE STALLION IRISH FLAME ANCESTRAL FORE BEACH BEAUTY JACKSON RUN FOR IT PADDY O’REILLY SQUASHY JOY SAMMY JO ICE DIAMOND SAGE THRONE AMBER PALACE STORMY AFFAIR AWARDS

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THIS 2007 VINTAGE BLEND OF SHIRAZ AND VIOGNIER HAS BEEN SPECIALLY SELECTED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT.

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1 st crop: 81% winners 39% stakes horses 2 nd crop: produced 5 stakes-horses including champion filly asylum seeker & gr1 winner zeeno 3 rd leadInG sIre oF 3yo’s by % wInners to january 2012

CAPTAIN AL

> 2009 & 2011 EquuS OuTSTAndIng SIrE. > SA ChAmPIOn SIrE Of 2yo’s 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11 3 yEArS In A rOw! > LEAdIng SIrE 2010/11 by numbEr Of STAkES wInnErS. > JOInT LEAdIng SIrE Of 3yo’s by rACES wOn 2010/11. > 2nd LEAdIng SIrE Of 3yo’s STAkES wInnErS 2010/11. > 2nd LEAdIng SIrE 2008/09 & 2010/11.

“After inspecting two consecutive crops of CAPTAIN AL yearlings for the Cape Premier Sales, I have found him to be one of the most consistent sires that I can recall. In fact, you could just about pick one out ‘sight unseen’ and know that you are getting a racehorse. They are all solid, well balanced, correct individuals, with plenty of bone, good feet, and best of all, they all seem to run. CAPTAIN AL is always in the hunt for Leading Sire honours, and if you are thinking of buying a yearling to race in South Africa, he’s your man.” Tom ThorNbury

> 3rd LEAdIng SIrE 2009/10. > SIrE Of 17 gr1 hOrSES, 25 gr2 hOrSES, 30 gr3 hOrSES And 39 LISTEd hOrSE TO JAnuAry 2012.

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1ST TRIPPI RUNNER IN SAf A WINNER CHAMPION SIRE IN FLORIDA. TOP 5 INTERNATIONAL SIRE. Congratulations Vanashree and Anant Singh, Team Valor International, Highlands Stud Farm and Snaith Racing.

AGRA

DRAKENSTEIN STUD FARM Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa All enquiries to John Freeman, P O Box 26, Sea Point, 8060 South Africa.

Phone (0027) (0)21 418 0566. Fax (0027) (0)21 418 0254. E-mail: john@johnfreeman.co.za Web: www.freemanstallions.co.za

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2012 CAPE PREM IER YEAR LING SALE

Juan van Heerden

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COLT BY CAPTAIN AL ex BADGER’S GIFT

tel: +27 (0)21 863 4488

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End Sweep – Jealous Appeal, by Valid Appeal

CHAMPION SIRE FLORIDA PRIOR TO EXPORT: LEADING SIRE STANDING OUTSIDE OF KENTUCKY AND LEADING SIRE OF 2-YEAR-OLDS

1800m COURSE RECORD

CAPTAIN AL > 2009 AND 2011 EQUUS OUTSTANDING SIRE. > SA CHAMPION SIRE OF 2yo’s 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11 - 3 YEARS IN A ROW! > LEADING SIRE 2010/11 BY NUMBER OF STAKES WINNERS. > JOINT LEADING SIRE OF 3yo’s BY RACES WON 2010/11. > 2 ND LEADING SIRE OF 3yo’s STAKES WINNERS 2010/11. > 2 ND LEADING SIRE 2008/09 AND 2010/11. > 3 RD LEADING SIRE 2009/10. > SIRE OF 16 Gr1 HORSES, 28 Gr2 HORSES, 35 Gr3 HORSES AND 51 LISTED HORSES [ TO JANUARY 2012].

BADGER’S GIFT [by Badger Land (USA)] > Won 8 races including the TBA Paddock Stakes Gr1, beating Sun Classique International winner of 4 Gr1 races. > Badger’s Gift also won the Gr3 Diana Stakes and placed 16 times including 2nd in the Gr2 Odessa Stud Fillies Championship,Victress Stakes (L), 3rd in the Gr2 Tibouchina Stakes, Prix du Cap Gr3 and the Riverworld Stud Prix du Cap Gr 2. She still holds the course record at Kenilworth over 1800m > Gr1 family of Superior Service, Thunder Cat etc.

Lifetime progeny earnings: over $30m with 342 winners of over 1106 races 30 stakes winners of 62 stakes races and 61 stakes horses including: BUNKER HILL, CHAPEL ROYAL, DREAM OF ANGELS, GOURMET DINNER, R HEAT LIGHTNING, JEALOUS AGAIN, JEALOUS PROFIT, TRAVELIN MAN, TRIPPI’S STORM and VILLAINAGE 1st crop on sale in South Africa in 2011 shattered sales records - 92% of lots offered sold, totalling over $3m - average $73 000 - top price of $300 000 Nominated to:

2011 SOUTHERN HEMISPHERE FEE: $15 000 2012 NORTHERN HEMISPHERE FEE IN SA: NEGOTIABLE Owners: A Syndicate

DRAKENSTEIN STUD FARM Franschhoek, Western Cape, South Africa

Phone (0027) (0)21 874 9038. Web: www.drakensteinstudfarm.com All enquiries to John Freeman, P O Box 26, Sea Point, 8060 South Africa. Phone (0027) (0)21 418 0566. Fax (0027) (0)21 418 0254. E-mail: john@johnfreeman.co.za Web: www.freemanstallions.co.za

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LOT: 19 STABLE: D17

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An Invitation to a Day at the Races you are cordiaLLy invited to Join John freeman and friendS for drinKS and SnacKS in the thoroughbred group box for the 2012 L’ormarinS Queen’S pLate Date: Saturday, 7th of January 2012 Venue: thoroughbred group box 2.1, Second fLoor, KeniLworth racecourSe time: 12h00 untiL 19h00 Dress coDe: StrictLy bLue and white rsVP: Jenna fowLer / jenna@johnfreeman.co.za

2012 J&B After-Met Party PLEASE JOIN JOHN FREEMAN AND FRIENDS DATE: SUNDAY 29 JANUARY 2012 VENUE: “ST CROIX” 29 AVENUE LA CROIX, FRESNAYE TIME: 6.30PM UNTIL LATE RSVP: TO JENNA FOWLER ON OR BEFORE FRIDAY, 20 JANUARY 2012

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GRAPHIC DESIGNER & TYPESETTER

where: all Yearling sales in 2012

where: all Yearling sales in 2012 dates: cape premier Yearling sale - 26th to 27th January cape premier sale Book 2 - 3rd to 4th March national Yearling sale - 27th to 29th april national 2yo sale - 10th to 12th august

JaY Peg

dates: cape premier Yearling sale - 26th to 27th January cape premier sale Book 2 - 3rd to 4th March national Yearling sale - 27th to 29th april national 2yo sale - 10th to 12th august

please view his superB first crop on sale in 2012

argonautreBel King where: all Yearling sales in 2012

dates: cape premier Yearling sale - 26th to 27th January cape premier sale Book 2 - 3rd to 4th March national Yearling sale - 27th to 29th april national 2yo sale - 10th to 12th august

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please view his superB first crop on sale in 2012

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1ST 3yo HORSE OF THE YEAR IN SA TO SIRE A 3yo HORSE OF THE YEAR FROM HIS 1ST CROP DYNASTY SCOOPED THE 2010 EQUUS AWARDS WITH 4 EQUUS AWARD WINNERS INCLUDING HORSE OF THE YEAR IN 2011 AGAIN: LEADING SIRE OF 3yo’s BY % STAKES WINNERS SMART LOOKING YOUNGSTERS AGAIN IN 2011/12 INCLUDE: AMBER PALACE, JACKSON, HAMMIE’S DYNASTY & TAIPAN

CAPTAIN AL

SA CHAMPION SIRE OF 2yo’s - 3 YEARS IN A ROW!

2009/2011 EQUUS OUTSTANDING SIRE 16 Gr1 HORSES 51 LISTED HORSES 281 WINNERS

& OVER R55m IN STAKES

SIRE OF 16 Gr1 HORSES LEADING ACTIVE SIRES OF 3YO’S BY NUMBER OF WINNERS & WINS AS @ 15 JANUARY 2012

THE HOTTEST YOUNG SIRE AT STUD LEADING ACTIVE SIRES BY % OF WINNERS/RUNNERS AS @ 22 ND JANUARY 2012 % 45% 43% 39% 34%

SIRE VAR DYNASTY FORT WOOD CAPTAIN AL

RNRS 100 75 109 145

WNRS 45 32 42 50

SIRE CAPTAIN AL VAR WESTERN WINTER KAHAL DYNASTY

LEADING ACTIVE SIRES OF 3YO’S BY % OF WINNERS/RUNNERS AS @ 22 ND JANUARY 2012 WINS 54 43 53 65

% 57% 49% 44% 39%

SIRE DYNASTY VAR WESTERN WINTER CAPTAIN AL

RNRS 30 44 45 54

WNRS 17 21 20 21

CAPTAIN’S GAL WINS 22 26 27 28

BEACH BEAUTY

CAPTAIN’S LOVER

IRISH FLAME

ANCESTRAL FORE

2010 Horse of the Year & Champion 3yo (2010)

Cape Champion, Gr1 winner & 2010 Equus Award Nominee

RUN FOR IT

Stakes winner, placed 2nd Gr1 BSA; Guineas & 3rd Gr1 J&B Met (2011)

RNRS 54 43 44 54 30

WNRS 21 19 19 17 16

WINS 28 23 25 17 21

EMERALD COVE LEADING ACTIVE SIRES (ALL AGES) BY NUMBER OF WINNERS & WINS AS @ 15 JANUARY 2012 SIRE CAPTAIN AL SILVANO KAHAL

EQUUS OUTSTANDING SIRE 2010 2011 KRA Fillies Guineas Gr2 winner 5 wins - 6 starts - 2 SW GR1 placed

STOP PRESS!

Captains Secret 3rd in Gr1 Cape Flying Championship

RNRS 145 159 136

WNRS 49 47 46

WINS 64 56 60

“After inspecting two consecutive crops of CAPTAIN AL yearlings for the Cape Premier Sales, I have found him to be one of the most consistent sires that I can recall. In fact, you could just about pick one out ‘sight unseen’ and know that you are getting a racehorse.They are all solid, well balanced, correct individuals, with plenty of bone, good feet, and best of all, they all seem to run. CAPTAIN AL is always in the hunt for Leading Sire honours, and if you are thinking of buying a yearling to race in South Africa, he’s your man.” TOM THORNBURY

DANCE WITH AL

TRINITY HOUSE

Sire of 364 winners & over $31m Sire of 31 stakes winners and a champion including:EXHILARATION

41 LOTS ON OFFER AT CPYS

JACKSON

Winner of the 2012 Politician Stakes (L)

Stallion Management | SA Turf Directory | Afro-Kor Bloodstock | Afro-Mauri Bloodstock | Horse Insurance | Tesiopower T: +27 (0)21 418 0566 | F: +27 (0)21 418 0254 | A: P O Box 26, Sea Point, South Africa 8060

Champion Sire (Florida USA) Sire of a Champion 3rd Leading sire of 2yo’s R Heat Lightning, Jealous Again, Trippi’s Storm, Miss Macy Sue, Let it Rock, Sok Sok, Bunker Hill, Trip for AJ, Gourmet Dinner, Psychedelic (Champion) etc...

TRIPPI (USA)

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John Freeman

John Freeman

STANDS AT HIGHLANDS STUD: Mike Sharkey | C: +27 (0) 082 372 2682 ALL ENQUIRIES & BOOKINGS: John Freeman Stallion Management | SA Turf Directory | Afro-Kor Bloodstock | Afro-Mauri Bloodstock | Horse Insurance | Tesiopower T: +27 (0)21 418 0566 | F: +27 (0)21 418 0254 | A: P O Box 26, Sea Point, South Africa 8060 E: john@johnfreeman.co.za | W: http://www.freemanstallions.co.za TWITTER: @freemanstallion | FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/freeman.stallions

TWITTER: @freemanstallion | FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/freeman.stallions

Stands at Drakenstein Stud Farm Ross Fuller - Tel: +27 (0)21 874 9015 | ross@drakensteinstud.co.za ALL BOOKINGS AND ENQUIRIES: John Freeman Tel: +27 (0)21 418 0566 | Fax: +27 (0)21 418 0254 john@johnfreeman.co.za | www.freemanstallions.co.za

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CAPITAL

SKYPE : gmanyere TEL : +27 11 234 7126 CELL : +27 82 455 6203 FA X TO E M A I L : + 2 7 8 6 5 0 3 5 4 1 1 W E B : w w w. b r a i n w o r k s c a p i t a l . c o m EMAIL : gmanyere@brainworkscapital.com george.manyere@gmail.com A D D R E S S : 3 0 B a l d e r s a n i , 1 6 S i m b a Ro a d , Sunninghill, Johannesburg, South Africa

BOARD & MANAGEMENT Brainworks Capital strongly believes that implementation of our business strategy requires active management by a team with significant experience in private equity investing, business operations and corporate strategy as well as a high level of financial expertise, under the direction of an experienced board. Brainworks Capital has to date built a team that has strong skills and capabilities to oversee its business. Richard Godfrey Muirimi * (Chairman) Vulindlela Lester Ndlovu * Alwyn Erhardt Scholtz * Cornel Vermaak * NanaAma Dowuona * Dirk Harbecke * George Manyere (Managing Partner/Chief Investment Officer) Walter Kambwanji (Partner/Chief Operating Officer) Wayne Waterworth (Chief Mining Specialist) * Non-executive

CONTACT US BRAINWORKS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (PRIVATE) LIMITED 4 Arden Road Newlands Harare Zimbabwe TEL : +263 4 776 542 FAX : +263 4 776 542 EMAIL : enquiry@brainworkscapital.co.zw WEBSITE : www.brainworkscapital.co.zw

I N T E GRI T Y EXCELLENCE I N N O VAT I ON T E AM W ORK

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BUILDING A STRONG PLATFORM

BUSINESS DESCRIPTION

The Company’s business is structured as follows: 1. PROPRIETARY INVESTMENTS Our focus on proprietary investments is in Zimbabwe and we primarily invest in financial services and commodities related opportunities. We have a target Internal Rate of Return of 30% on our investments over an investment holding period of between 3 to 5 years. We add value to our investments through board representation and being an active local shareholder. During the year under review, we expended most of our energies and focus in establishing a presence in our target sectors and/or consolidating our initial investments in those target sectors.

CAPITAL COMPANY PROFILE

BRAINWORKS CAPITAL MANAGEMENT (PRIVATE) LIMITED 4 Arden Road Newlands Harare Zimbabwe

INCORPORATION & NATURE OF BUSINESS

The Company is a Zimbabwean indigenous controlled and managed private equity investment firm which invests in companies with operations in Zimbabwe focused primarily in the following sectors: (i) Financial Services; (ii) Mining; (iii) Agriculture; and (iv) Energy. The Company is incorporated and domiciled in Zimbabwe with registered offices at 4 Arden Road, Newlands in Harare. INDUSTRY : Private Equity Investment, fund management INDUSTRY : and advisory SECTORS : Banking, Asset Management, Life Insurance, INDUSTRY : Consumer Finance, Agribusiness, Gold INDUSTRY : Exploration & Mining, Oil Distribution & Storage EMPLOYEES : # FOUNDED : May 2011

CONTACT DETAILS

GEORGE MANYERE TEL : +263 4 782 849 FAX : +263 4 782 855 EMAIL : enquiry@brainworkscapital.com WEBSITE : www.brainworkscapital.com

FINANCIAL INFORMATION FUNDING STAGE : CAPITAL RAISED : MONTHLY BURN RATE : PRE-MONEY VALUATION : CAPITAL :

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Richard Muirimi (Non-Executive Chairman) Vulindlela Ndlovu (Non-Executive Director) Alwyn Scholtz (Non-Executive Director) Cornel Vermaak (Non-Executive Director) Dirk Harbecke (Non-Executive Director) NanaAma Dowuona (Non-Executive Director) George Manyere (Executive) Walter Kambwanji (Executive) Wayne Waterworth (Executive)

INVESTEE COMPANIES

BRAINWORKS LIFE ASSURANCE COMPANY OF ZIMBABWE LTD ECOBANK ZIMBABWE LTD ECOBANK ASSET MANAGEMENT ZIMBABWE LTD GETBUCKS FINANCIAL SERVICES SENWES ZIMBABWE (PRIVATE) LTD BCM GOLD (PRIVATE) LTD

AUDITORS

KPMG CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (ZIMBABWE)

2. PRIVATE EQUITY FUND MANAGEMENT While building proprietary investment position as a first step and, coupled with the strong human capital we have in private equity investing in emerging markets, we have a unique opportunity in building a private equity fund management business in southern Africa. We have made considerable progress in laying the foundation for this exciting space and we expect to see this adding to value creation for shareholders in the near future. 3. ADVISORY As the Zimbabwean economy continues to turnaround, we see significant opportunities in financial advisory and restructurings. Through the extensive local and global relationships, we have gradually started building a presence in this area. Currently advisory services are provided on selective conflict-free transactions whereby we tap into intellectual capital and relationships to achieve results for our clients. 

 OVERVIEW OF THE ZIMBABWE OPPORTUNITY  Despite the lack of meaningful international financial support for the turnaround of the  Zimbabwe economy since 2009, favourable commodity prices coupled with a stable  macroeconomic environment has continued to drive the Zimbabwean economy. According  to published information of the Zimbabwe GDP – 2008 to 2012f (provided by the Zimbabwe Ministry of Finance), expansion of the Zimbabwe economy in 2011 was underpinned by growth in mining (25.8%), agriculture (7.4%), finance and insurance (24%), distribution and tourism (10.3%) and manufacturing (3.5%). Economic activity is projected to further grow by 9.4% in 2012, underpinned by strong performance in finance (23%), mining (15.9%),tourism (13.7%) and agriculture (11.6%).

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COMPLIANCE WITH ZIMBABWE’S INDIGENISATION LAWS

Through the private placement of shares undertaken during the year under review,  significant broad-based ownership of the  Company was achieved. Particular attention is paid to ensuring that the beneficial ownership of the company continues to be broad and  as at 31 December 2011, in excess of 11,000 members were beneficial shareholders of the Company. Most of these beneficiaries  are members of pension funds that successfully subscribed to shares in the private placements and make up the 70% local ownership in the  Company. During the year, the shareholding of the company was vetted by the Ministry of  Youth Development, Indigenisation and Empowerment and was certified compliant with the  this indigenisation regulations. We are proud of achievement, as it positions the Company  well to execute the investment model with outstanding international operating partners  willing to invest in Zimbabwe in the target sectors.    2011 FINANCIAL RESULTS  The Company generated sufficient revenue to cover operating costs with total revenue of                   US$1,3 million against total operating costs of US$618 000. In addition, finance costs  of US$344 000 were incurred on acquisition finance of US$4.8 million. Consequently  the Company achieved Profit after Tax of US$365 148. The balance sheet size closed at                US$17.2 million as at 31 December 2011.   Total assets were made up of: (i) 36.9 % in Ecobank Zimbabwe Limited carried at US$14. 9                 million, (ii) 100% in FML Fuel Company of Zimbabwe US$368 000, (iii) Lower Gweru Gold  Mines carried at US$137 000, (iv) Cash, listed securities and receivables totalling US$1,6  million and (v) Property and Equipment of US$70 000. 

 Revenue comprised of: (i) US$38 000 in dividends, (ii) US$32 000 in interest earned on  investment of cash and (iii) US$1.2 million in advisory fees, structured fee income and  gains on investments.    costs,  Operating expenses were made up of: US$134 000 in transaction US$15 000 in                          audit and legal fees, US$251 000 in staff  costs and  US$218 000 in administrative costs.   OUTLOOK  We are proud of the firm that the Company is emerging to become, through the support  and efforts of our shareholders, directors, management and staff. The platform built to  date has significant potential to benefit from unfolding opportunities as implementation of  Zimbabwe’s indigenisation regulations continues. We will assess opportunities that come  our way, however, our primary focus in 2012 will be the consolidating and strengthening of  the existing investment portfolio and growing of other two lines of business, namely private equity fund management and advisory.                                                                

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Brainworks Capital Management (Private) Ltd (the Company) is a financial services and commodity-focused investment company that co-invests with leading international partners in promising, high-growth companies in Zimbabwe. A long-term investment perspective with special emphasis on capital preservation is taken. Consequently, the dislocation caused by this economic downturn will, as in past cycles globally, lead to attractive opportunities in the future.

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INTRODUCTORY PRESENTATION

ZIMBABWE FOCUSED GOLD EXPLORATION AND DEVELOPMENT COMPANY

OPPORTUNITY TO INVEST IN A BROAD-BASED ZIMBABWEAN MINING PROJECTS FIRM PRE-IPO INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY 3 February 2013 | HARARE, ZIMBABWE © Copyright 2013. BCM Gold (Private) Limited. Strictly Private & Confidential. Not for further reproduction or distribution.

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3 February 2013 | HARARE, ZIMBABWE

© Copyright 2013. BCM Gold (Private) Limited. Strictly Private & Confidential. Not for further reproduction or distribution.

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MINERAL POTENTIAL OF ZIMBABWE A GEOLOGICAL SURVEY SOURCE: FORBES MUGUMBATE

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WEB DEVELOPER & GRAPHIC DESIGNER

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Stand No. 16992 Sande Crescent, Graniteside, Harare, Zimbabwe P.O. Box W392, Waterfalls, Harare, Zimbabwe +263 4 782 849 +263 4 782 855 +263 773 383 665 / 0712 396 923 / 0772 815 876 dmangandaire@fmloil.co.zw / gmugani@fmloil.co.zw www.fmloil.co.zw

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FM L driving courses, international driving courses and

maintenance program. The Service Level Agreement

Hazchem

(SLA) with Scania,

encompassing

Conveyance

These mitigants include the following:

of 1. An effective communication system

Dangerous Goods, Spill Response, Fire Fighting and Prevention, Fatigue Awareness, First Aid and other

region. Alcohol testing is carried out regularly in

Hazchem related training. Spill kits come standard on

FMLâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s communication system is directed from an

line with our SHE policy. Tachographs and tracking

all our tankers and all our drivers are competent in

on the ground source as well as a remote tracking

software are installed in the vehicles to further

their application. Our drivers all have between 15 to

source. Information is fed through to the head office

facilitate the management of both the driver and

20 years of individual experience in driving bulk fuel

by computerized satellite tracking systems (Ezy

vehicle performance.

tankers within the SADC region and undergo regular

Track), radio and GSM telecommunication sources

medical checks and the required innoculations.

from business associates and agents located along

All FML truck tractors and tankers are SANS approved - Standards South Africa, the previous SABS) and

allows monitoring of the truckâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s location, speed, braking conditions, route deviations, engine on/ off, preset alarm and position notifications amongst

that all aspects of the business be managed effectively.

other features.

This includes mobile resources, the vehicles that play

specifications as well as our contractual requirements

an integral role in delivering products and services

with the likes of Sasol Oil, Puma Energy and Vivo

to the customer. FML has recognized this as a key

Energy.

component in its service offering and offers various

transport of fuel products, particularly on longer routes, an agreement has been reached with a South African based logistics company, who have spare capacity in their fleet and also wish to break into the to load at all South African refineries and similar facilities.

personnel at border crossings on all our routes,

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SADC logistics market. Their units are also certified

who physically check on the movement of in-transit Having delivered product into the sub-region for a consistent period of time, FML are well versed with the intricacies involved in crossing African borders. 3. Theft reduction methods

physical address: telephone:

4 Arden Road, Newlands, Harare, Zimbabwe

fax:

+263 4 782 852

intensive Scania driver training course, defensive

devised an intricate system of locking tankers, in

email:

info@fmloil.co.zw

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fundamental knowledge that may one day help you to avoid a similar occurrence. Aviation is a complex field where ideally the performance of properly maintained aircraft and well-trained personnel is synchronized with the unpredictable challenges such as weather, air traffic, corporate pressure and tightening purse strings. It does not take more than a couple of missteps in any one of these areas for disaster to strike.

The aviation community is a small one. Those of us who catch the aviation bug share a common passion and our paths tend to crisscross throughout a lifetime building friendships that extend globally. Therefore, when someone perishes in a tragic accident, we experience a sense of loss, like we have lost one of our own. In understanding how the events leading up to the accident occurred and experience a sense of loss, like we have lost one of our own. In understanding how the events leading up to the accident occurred and why, it can provide

IN THIS ISSUE P01. SL LAUNCH PARTY ROCKS IN JOZI P02. LETTER FROM THE EDITOR

In the aviation safety world, James Reason’s 1 Swiss Cheese Model (1990) is often used to demonstrate this concept. An airline, for instance, may have proactive measures in place for risk management such as training, procedures, regulations, reporting systems, each of these represented by slices of cheese which are successively stacked and make up the organisation as a whole. Each slice has holes of varying size and placement representing weaknesses in the system. Accidents occur when these “holes” align,

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P03. US TRADE & DEVELOPMENT AGENCY AVIATION INITIATIVE: A NEW DAWN FOR SAWIA

FEATURE Q&A: P04. SILVER FALCON: MAJOR HEYBRECH VAN NIEKERK

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INFORMED OPINION:

IN LINE WITH SAWIA’s strategy to: inform, motivate, connect and inspire; the editorial team have developed the Smooth Landing (SL) eNewsletter, a quarterly publication with the aim of serving as an information, motivational and networking platform for aviators and aspiring aviators. Our SL objectives are: | To provide aviation and aerospace information to those not working in the aviation and aerospace sectors but would like to. Statics reveal that many people are unaware of how to join these industries, SL aims to inform non-aviators of the career options available to them and how to join. | To debunk myths: there are many myths about the aviation and aerospace industries, SL aims to address these myths in our quest to show that aviation and aerospace is accessible to all. | To connect women in aviation and aerospace: celebrating their achievements, rewards and hard work. These women serve as mentors and role models for other women and young girls who intend to or are interested in pursuing careers in these industries. | To be a source of the latest information, industry news, trends, views and regulations: SL aims to keep you up-to-date with the latest developments, current affairs, news, regulations, NASA images and research, inventions or upgrades. | To motivate and inspire aspirant aviators: advertising available scholarships, bursaries and grants to facilitate access to funding for pilot training, degree programmes and education.

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creating an avenue for catastrophe. Thus, the more prepared and complete those protective layers are in the system, the better defense against an opportunity for failure to occur. As an aviation professional, it is within your power to continually build up those protections and help prevent the next mishap. Regardless of the role or position you hold in an organisation, there is always opportunity to learn, to educate, and to act. The tragic consequences of major aviation disasters ensure great effort is directed into determining the factors that contributed to the cause and the actions that could have prevented them. This work is fruitless unless the preventative measures are effectively implemented and that is everyone’s responsibility. Individuals in the aviation community must examine their own circumstances, identify if similar weaknesses exist in their own organisations, and prompt change if necessary. The decrease in the number of aircraft accidents worldwide is positive proof there has been progress in aviation safety. While the statistics are hopeful, it is not an indication we can stop being vigilant. While major catastrophes garner media attention, they are fortunately rare but there is a rich environment close to home that can serve as perhaps the more relevant educational tool. The most poignant lessons to be learned are usually from the accidents that did not happen in operations similar to what you conduct – the close calls, the personal experiences, the hazardous situations that, when examined in hindsight, were one step away from potential calamity. An open, honest evaluation of these events can aid in bolstering procedures and lessening the risk factors. Safety education, prevention, and awareness are continual processes that never end. Fortunately, in this electronic age, there 2 are a myriad of easily accessible resources that offer safety tools and an online community that is more than willing to provide advice and assistance towards a safer operation. The lessons learned may not be applicable today but perhaps on the next mission or in the next company, they could be crucial to recognizing a hazard. An aircraft accident is a harsh reminder that we thrive in an exciting, yet dangerous profession. We have a responsibility to become safety advocates, even more importantly at the local level, to ensure those that perish in accidents were not lost in vain. Your individual commitment to constantly learn, evaluate risk and encourage improvement could be the driving force that prevents that next terrible headline and saves one of our own.

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James (1990-10-26). Human Error. Cambridge University Press. ISBN 0521314194 2www.flightsafety.org FLIGHT SAFETY FOUNDATION (FSF) www.ihst.org International HELICOPTER SAFETY TEAM (IHST) www.icao.int INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AVIATION ORGANISATION (ICAO) www.linkedin.com LINKEDIN FORUMS IN AVIATION SAFETY

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SMOOTH LANDING eNEWSLETTER

INFORMED OPINION

BY ERIN GROMLEY, AEROSPACE ENGINEER (WASHINGTON D.C, USA)

FOR THOSE OF us involved in aviation, there is perhaps nothing more dreadful than catching a clip on the news “…and there has been an aircraft accident with fatalities involved...” It stops you in your tracks and with apprehension; you head immediately to the internet to find out the details. What happened? Was it someone I know? Was it an aircraft I dispatched? Did they get caught in that nasty weather system we just barely vectored around?

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THE SAWIA FAMILY has done it again! After several months of hard work and sleepless nights, on the 31ST of August 2012, we launched our eNewsletter: SMOOTH LANDING at the Buddha Ta Tapas Bistro & Cocktail Lounge in Fourways, Johannesburg with style and class! What a memorable and spectacular evening! All the more exciting as it was SAWIA’s first fundraising/ networking event. The evening had the dual purpose of being the launch of our eNewsletter and a fundraising drive for our Girl Fly Programme in BUDDHA TA TAPAS BISTRO & COCKTAIL LOUNGE Africa (GFPA) - all proceeds of the PHOTOGRAPH: Amanda Kandawire ticket sales went to the GFPA coffers. Over 80 SAWIA members, fans and friends turned out in their finest threads to support us, including members of the SADC region represented by Botswana, Swaziland, Namibia and Malawi. Distinguished guests included: Sibongile Sambo (a member of SAWIA’s Board of Advisors and MD of SRS Aviation, the only 100% black-female-owned aviation company in South Africa) who gave the opening presentation; Felie Mkandawire (Customer Relationship Manager at Eurocopter Southern Africa and an ex-pilot at Air Malawi); Major Buti Tsebe (a South African Air Force Silver Falcon legend); Captain Aloma Stevens (SA Express pilots Aloma Stevens and Karen Croucamp were the first female pilots to fly both turbo-prop and jet passenger aircraft with an all-female crew in June 1995); Lara Boardman (Specialist of International Remuneration & Benefits at South African Airways); Florentina Dumbu (a pioneering pilot with the Namibian Police Force Air Wing); Major Annabel Vundla/Macauley (the South African Air Force’s first black female pilot and flight instructor); Dr Kgomotso Mogapi (a major SAWIA sponsor and supporter; medical doctor; Senior Medical Officer for the Gauteng Department of Health from February 2008 – September 2009; Team Doctor for Banyana Banyana football team; Sessional Medical Officer at Jubilee Hospital; and the CEO/Founder/Women’s Health Practitioner at A’Dare Women Wellness Centre) and Max Moyo (CEO of Ignite Your Potential) to name a few. There were loads of prize giveaways awarded to individuals throughout the evening by Fundi Sithebe (SAWIA’s Business Development Executive) which added to the generous spirit and festivities: Eurocopter donated baseball caps; Annique Skincare (represented by Jane O’Brien, Senior Consultant) sponsored a hamper worth R1500 and free facials; the 2012 Soweto Wine Festival donated 10 complimentary tickets; wine.co.za donated six bottles of wine made by women winemakers as part of their Sisters doing it for themselves August Women’s Month campaign; Stellakaya and their award-winning winemaker, Ntsiki Biyela (the first black woman winemaker in South Africa), donated six bottles of wine and Buddha Ta donated complimentary tickets to their funky club. We thank all our sponsors for their generosity and support. It was inspirational to see aviators from all walks of life, men and women, having fun, networking and sharing a few cocktails, laughs, talking shop and nibbling on fine snacks until late into the night. The SAWIA team would like to thank everyone who bought a ticket and journeyed from near-and-far to celebrate and honour women in aviation and aerospace with us. By Laurian Miles & Nyasha Manyika

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ABOUT SAWIA

The organisation is divided into four segements: SAWIA Outreach, SAWIA Girl Fly Programme in Africa (GFPA), SAWIA Connect, and SAWIA Corporate. SAWIA’s GFPA is an information and skills development education programme for high school learners who have an interest in the aviation and aerospace industry. The education programme is designed to expose young women (and the public) to a world of opportunities, while highlighting the achievements of women in aviation and aerospace.

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To make aviation a viable and accessible career choice for women.

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ABOUT SAWIA

Founded in 2009, SAWIA is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO# 089-579) and public benefit organisation (PBO# 930038942) dedicated to the empowerment of women in the aviation and aerospace industry in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. By establishing a forum that creates access to more experienced industry professionals, affording aspiring aviatrix the chance to exchange ideas, network and develop relationships crucial to career success, SAWIA aspires to be the primary network for established and aspiring female aviation professionals in the region. The organisation is divided into four segements: SAWIA Outreach, SAWIA Girl Fly Programme in Africa (GFPA), SAWIA Connect, and SAWIA Corporate. SAWIA’s GFPA is an information and skills development education programme for high school learners who have an interest in the aviation and aerospace industry. The education programme is designed to expose young women (and the public) to a world of opportunities, while highlighting the achievements of women in aviation and aerospace.

MISSION STATEMENT

To inform, connect, motivate and inspire present and future generations.

VISION

To make aviation a viable and accessible career choice for women.

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To establish an industry-wide networking platform to connect women in aviation and aerospace. To mentor, educate and provide support to girls and women in aviation and aerospace. To facilitate access to funding for skills development. To establish sponsorships and partnerships with strategic stakeholders.

SAWIA

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Founded in 2009, SAWIA is a registered non-profit organisation (NPO# 089-579) and public benefit organisation (PBO# 930038942) dedicated to the empowerment of women in the aviation and aerospace industry in the Southern African Development Community (SADC) region. By establishing a forum that creates access to more experienced industry professionals, affording aspiring aviatrix the chance to exchange ideas, network and develop relationships crucial to career success, SAWIA aspires to be the primary network for established and aspiring female aviation professionals in the region.

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SAWIA PROFILES & CELEBRATES: PIONEERING WOMEN IN AVIATION & AEROSPACE FROM THE AFRICAN CONTINENT SAWIA would like to share the long and distinguished history of women in flight! In honour of South Africa’s Women’s Month of August, SAWIA will be profiling and celebrating pioneering African Women in Aviation and Aerospace daily! SOUTH AFRICAN WORLD WAR 2 WOMEN’S AUXILIARY AIR FORCE. There can be few service institutions which owe so much to the tenacity and enterprise - initially within a hostile environment - of a handful of individuals as the WAAF. When one considers that the South African Women’s Aviation Association (or Women’s Civil Air Guard) held its inaugural meeting on 5 December 1938, and its first flight at the Rand Flying Club, Germiston, on 6 March 1939, and when one then considers the role and size of the WAAF during World War II, its development compares most favourably with that of the Royal Air Force (which, as an independent organisation, pre-dated the SAWAA by some 21 years and which, moreover, had extremely influential personalities guiding its development, including General Smuts). Throughout the WAAF’s development - from its origins in the SAWAA to demobilization in 1945 certain personalities recur as dominating forces, moulding and directing its purpose; Maj Marjorie Egerton Bird, Lt Col Doreen Dunning (Hooper), Capt Sybil Starfield, Maj Elaine Percival-Hart, and others. Indeed, this powerful theme of continuity had its distinctly tragic overtones; in so far as Capt Starfield died in the service of women’s aviation. It bears emphasis that the WAAF’s role included duties which were far from sedentary; Rosamund Steenkamp was the first woman to pilot a jet aircraft and, indeed, was killed whilst on flying operations. In a major respect, the efforts of Maj Egerton Bird and her foundercolleagues of the WAAF (as it ultimately became) anticipate by some three decades the struggle for women’s equality which has been such a prominent feature of contemporary social history. SOURCE: http://samilitaryhistory.org

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Territoriality refers to the sense of ownership and identity a community has over their environment. As a concept it suggests the physical restructuring of neighbourhoods to allow residents to control the area around their homes. It relies on resident involvement to reduce crime and remove the presence of criminals. It also clearly defines private, semi-public and public spaces and establishes the transition zones between them. An example of this could be the transition from a house (private) via a stoep (semi-public) to the street (public). It encourages a community to adopt, secure and maintain these spaces. This brochure refers to these spaces as ‘owned’ spaces.

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• individual level where it describes taking ownership or having the sense of ownership of the transition spaces between private and public spaces. • collective level where it describes the notion of collective ownership that is perceived over communal spaces. In this case the owned spaces are outside transition spaces and describe public spaces managed and taken care of by the residents (e.g. playgrounds, areas around the Active Boxes, parks, etc.)

Sketch illustrating entrance ‘stoeps’ as ‘owned’ spaces and as semipublic transition zones between the private house and the public street

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The permeability or easy access to and through a public place enhances the users understanding of the space and therefore the perception of safety. Well-defined routes, spaces and entrances therefore provide convenient and safe movement to and through these environments without compromising security. Developing visual connections or clear visibility along routes aids orientation reducing uncertainty and therefore promoting the perception of safety.

Key orientation elements include a comprehensive signage strategy and distinctive landmarks. Cluttered sight lines and undeveloped sites along routes should be avoided. Pedestrian routes need to form an integral part of overall movement networks and in some cases such as residential areas pedestrians should have priority of the street spaces and vehicles should have limited access. These routes and spaces need to be linked to other activities such as trading, residential and community functions.

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THE ICONS USED IN THIS CITY & GUILDS UNIT Welcome to your Capsicum Culinary Studio (CCS) Level 1 Certificate in Food Preparation and Cooking. This is your First Unit containing theoretical content based on the learning outcomes and the assessment (including range statements) criteria of City & Guilds Unit 102: Safety at Work. Make sure that you study this unit thoroughly. The icons below will guide you through this unit. Please familiarise yourself with these icons, since they will act as important signposts to help you with your learning. Icon

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As discussed in section 2 and 3, the design and development of ARPANET and the internet emerged in a spirit of collaborative research, development and transparency. This foundation of principles encouraged a free, open and “accessible environment that fosters seamless connectivity, consumer choice, entrenches fundamental rights of expression and enables end-users to advance their social and economic objectives. These key principles will need to be preserved to allow future generations of users to fully enjoy the benefits of the internet” (The Value of Openness for a Sustainable Internet: A Proposed Vision for the Post2015 Agenda by The Internet Society Report). The report further explores the world’s future, evolution of the internet, and encourages the use of open source in the context of a virtuous circle where not only are technology, the global economy, society and governments intertwined, but also interrelated (see Figure 3).

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4.3 Examples of software from the open source movement Members of the open source movement have contributed greatly to the development of programs, applications and programming languages. The following are examples of software created by members of the open source movement (see Figure 4).

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