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Businesses drown in filth SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE
USTOMERS used to enjoy buyingmeat from their favourite butcher and then braaing it ouside at the local pub next door.
The two managers, Mitchel Landsberg and Ben Rudman who run businesses in Mthatha, stand in front of their businesses spoilt by dirt and filthy water. PHOTO: SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE
But the filth, caused by a blocked drain in front of these businesses, is spoiling the experience for everyone. Representatives from Oxland Meats and Ben Pub and Grub in Eagle Street, say that this has caused the number of sales per day to drop significantly. Customers have to jump over dirty-stinky water to get to and from the shops. “It isn’t uncommon to see human waste in the dirty water. The sight and smell is unbearable.” According to Oxland Meats Manager, Mitchel Landsberg, the problem is not new. “I’ve reported it to the OR Tambo District Municipality but they had done nothing to sort out the mess. They just come and check and then nothing follows after that. We are appealing to the municipality to pay attention to this matter, because it is affecting our business. Nobody could enjoy a braai under these conditions. “We are facing a situation where the number of customers is dropping. Even to hire the new staff is hard, since people wouldn’t want to work in a stinky place like this,” said Mitchel. The manager of Ben Pub and Grub said the situation posed a potential health hazard to their customers and employees. The Municipal Manager of OR Tambo District Municipality, Tshaka Hlazo, said it was the first time he had heard about this situation. “As soon as you (Express reporter) put this phone down, I will phone the director of water services, so that he can look into the matter urgently. It is unfortunate that our people have to endure such a bad situation,” said Hlazo. He said a matter reported at night, had to be dealt with the following day. “The turnaround time depends on the time the matter was reported. If reported during the week, we attend to it as soon as possible, but there are some delays on weekends and during the night.”
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February 27, 2014 Mthatha Express
EC CPFs to move from SAPS REPORTER IN an effort to strengthen community policing, the MEC of Human Settlements, Safety and Liaison, Helen Sauls-August, announced that the Community Policing Forums will be
moved from SAPS to the Department of Safety and Liaison. The announcement was made during the CPFs end of term ceremony held in East London last week Friday.
The MEC said the move would ensure that CPFs take their work to the next level in terms of their monitoring and oversight role over the SAPS. Community Policing will continue on a voluntary basis, however, with a set working budget. The current members’ term of office ends officially in July. The MEC applauded the EC CPFs for their leading role in the country, citing the devel-
opment of their Strategic Plan, the only CPFs to be guided by such a document in South Africa. The Eastern Cape has 193 Community Police Forums, 27 Community Police Cluster Boards and a Provincial Board. The Executive members of these structures served on a voluntary basis and have contributed to advancing a culture of community policing both within the Police Service and in communities.
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February 27, 2014 Mthatha Express
CDC launches the tenth extension of driver training programme in province REPORTER THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) celebrated the tenth extension of its driver training programme to an Eastern Cape (EC) higher education institution â€“ this time in the rural area of iDutywa. A State-of-the-art driver simulator was handed over to the King Hinsta FET College and the Mbhashe Municipality last week Thursday, to coincide with the countryâ€™s state of the nation address by President Jacob Zuma. The CDC presented the simulator to the King Hinsta FET College and the Mbhashe Municipality for the rollout of the driver training simulator programme that would benefit youth and the unemployed in the areas of iDutywa, Gatyana (Willowvale) and Xhora (Elliotdale). King Hinsta FET College is the tenth higher education institute to benefit from the CDCâ€™s skills development programme, which is designed to ensure that young and unemployed people have greater access to the job market by possessing a key skill. IDutywa, Gatyana and Xhora are predominantly rural areas with high levels of poverty and unemployment. The driver training programme is expected to â€œcontribute towards the socio-economic development of marginalised members of the community who need assistance in obtaining driversâ€™ licences to enter the labour market,â€? said the CDC. The driver simulator-based training is the first step in a comprehensive driver training programme and affords first-time drivers the opportunity to learn in a safe, simulated environment before venturing out onto the road. â€œYoung people who have an education often lack basic essential skills, like driving, limiting their access to the job market. The CDC wants to ensure that young people have access to our world-class driver training programme that provides crucial skills and enables employability,â€? said Ayanda Vilakazi, CDC head of marketing and communications. National Youth Development Agency coordinator for the Mbhashe Municipality, Zintle Ngceba, was pleased with the support from the youth in the area â€“ who attended the launch in large numbers. â€œA driverâ€™s licence is more often than not considered a prerequisite to obtaining employment. The CDC is making a significant impact on the lives of the youth and unemployed from these rural areas with this fantastic opportunity. We support this programme and I look forward to its future success,â€? said Ngceba. The driver simulators are compliant with the K53 driving curriculum, and cover the modules of identification of components,
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gramme at Sabelele Village (Chris Hani Municipality). The programme is provided free of charge to the identified beneficiaries in line with the CDCâ€™s Corporate Social Investment programme and has yielded significant successes. During the 2013/14 financial year alone, 635 people have obtained their driversâ€™ licences and 2 814 had been trained for learner licences.
At the simulator launch at King Hintsa FET College in Idutywa, Mbhashe Municipality, were King Zwelonke Sigcau (seated), (from left to right) Duncan Lepotla, Cllr Mbongi Noyila, Zandisile Ntshwanti and Patrick Mdinwa. PHOTO:SUPPLIED fit of the user of the driver simulator. Drivers are trained for a Code 8 licence. Simulator training is followed by on-road training under the guidance of trained instructors. Since the launch of the driver training programme in 2008, the CDC have partnered with various institutions of higher learning to extend the programme to reach the greater EC and other parts of the country. â€œParticipants spend a minimum of 20 hours on the simulators which has created a greater success ratio which we want to maintain, since it means that hundreds of disadvantaged people would now have a worthwhile skill, enabling them to get a job and contribute to the local economy,â€? said Vilakazi. Eight other higher learning institutions in the EC are already benefitting from the Coega driver training programme thus far and include: Buffalo City College in East London, Lovedale FET College in King Williams Town, Eastcape Midlands College in Uitenhage, Ikhala College in Queenstown, Ingwe FET College in Mbizana, Port Elizabeth College in Struandale, Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha and Amajingqi Traditional Council in Willowvale. The CDC also implemented the pro-
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SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE A MAN (24) who has been scarred for life after a horror road accident, says he is now in a battle to get his money from the attorney who represented him in his Road Accident Fund case, as well as a claim against the EC Department of Health.
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According to Mathimba his own investigation revealed that RAF had paid R2,5 million into the account of the attorneys. The Express is in possession of the proof of payment of R2,5 million made by the RAF. Mabuti has decided to take the attorney on in court when his case is heard on April 22 in the Mthatha High Court. Mabuti is demanding that his money be deposited in his account and he is disputing the appointment of a curator by the attorney without his consent. â€œI want my money â€“ nothing else,â€? said Mabuti. The Express discovered that the claim from the RAF was handled by Zuko Mack Michael Nonxuba. Nonxuba also allegedly lodged a lawsuit of negligence against the Eastern Cape (EC) Department of Health after Mabuti developed sores while he was in hospital in Lusikisiki. The Express was told that the lawsuit against the Department of Health was to the tune of millions of rands and the same lawyer won the case. But after the family discovered that the lawsuit was successful, they stepped in and stopped the department from making the payment to the lawyer. The Express attempted to get hold of a spokesperson from the EC department of health for confirmation of this lawsuit, but all attempts were in vain. Mabutiâ€™s uncle, Bongani Tshuwane, confirmed that the attorney handled the claim against the health department and he revealed that the attorney had claimed R13 million from the department. â€œAs family we decided to stop the payment from the department because we first want to deal with the case of the RAF payment. Then we will deal with this one. We were surprised to find out that Mr Nonxuba was intending to appoint a curator for him without consulting us, so we decided to take the legal route to dispute that.â€?
According to Mabuti, he got involved with Nonxuba after a female nurse approached him, while lying in hospital, proposing to put him in contact with a lawyer who could process his accident claim from the RAF. â€œI refused because there was a family attorney and I needed to discuss it with my family. â€œAfter seven months I was discharged from hospital in a wheelchair. When I was at home this nurse arrived with her husband trying to convince me to make use of this attorney. â€œI refused again, but eventually they came with this lawyer, by the name of Mr Nonxuba. They promised that I would get millions and I signed. But now he is running away with my money.â€? In his response Nonxuba described the allegations of â€œrunning away with the moneyâ€? as a â€œlie and nonsense.â€? He said the progress on Mabhutiâ€™s case depended on the appointment of a curator that would be heard in the Mthatha High Court in April. He confirmed the case against the department of health and said that both the claims would be processed after the curator had been appointed. Nonxuba said that the issue of a curator was suggested by various doctors who are experts and that they do not consult with the victim since the decision was based on their medical opinions during the examination of the injured person. He said Mabhuti had visited many doctors during the process of both cases. They checked his injuries and prepared reports based on his injuries and decided that a curator be appointed to protect and administer Mabhutiâ€™s funds. â€œAfter his case was finalized in July last year I called and informed him about the issue of a curator,â€? said Nonxuba.
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meet. â€œI used to be a taxi driver and would travel around the areas of Mayalulweni in Tsolo where Tembeni is situated. The schoolâ€™s condition always worried me, but there was nothing I could do about it then,â€? he said. Ngquba is also a former mineworker, has five children and now makes a living by transporting goods with a donkey cart. Lewis Assistant Regional Controller in the Border, Bonnie Nxusa, said the competition runs quarterly and other prizes for club members included a Toyota Yaris and bursaries worth R200 000 from Boston College. â€œYou get all these benefits by just being a Lewis member for as little as R25 a month and we are very happy that the system chose Mr Ngquba, as we believe he deserved the prize.â€?
February 27, 2014 Mthatha Express
What do people think about the SONA? PRESIDENT Jacob Zuma used his 6th State of the Nation Address (SONA) to highlight South Africa’s achievements over the past five years. Express reporter, AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELAtook to the streets to ask the people what they think about SONA:
Mbulelo Giya: This country is still suffering from poverty and unemployment, so I heard nothing new from the President. PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA
Bongi Dluthu: I wanted our President to mention something about parole, as we see many offenders going free without even finishing half of their sentences, but he didn't mention anything. PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA
Nokwakha Sandi: Well the President was just singing the same old song. So nje it’s not new and it’s actually boring. PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA
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Workshop leads to game postponement GREG NOTA SOCCER lovers were disappointed last Sunday when they were told that the referees were not going to come and officiate the league game at New Rest Stadium in Lusikisiki last Sunday. Spectators who came in their numbers to watch their teams were angry with the lack of professionalism on the side of the South African Football Association (Safa). They claim they should have informed them through the media not to come to the grounds as the game had been postponed due to the workshop that was held for the referees. The game was supposed to be between the teams that were behind with their games: Mthatha Stream Madikizela All Stars FC vs Capital Spurs FC and supposed to be held at the Capital Radio, together with Coastal Stream International FC vs. AmaMpondo
The teams were already at the ground and United FC in New Rest Stadium. But both the games were postponed as the referees had at- had finished warming up and were waiting for the referee to start the game but after they tended the workshop. “This was not on, especially from a big or- were told that the referee was not coming ganisation like Safa, not to inform their they left the ground and took off their jerseys. teams about the postponement of the games as they knew about the workshop before they went to the grounds . It was bad to hear from team managers that they had to phone the Safa office 20 minutes after the game was due to start and only be told then that the game had been postponed and that the referees wouldn’t be The AmaMpondo United FC are still safe in the second position of coming,” said Hakeem the SAB Coastal Regional league after their game was postponed Mahlatsi, one of the sup- last Sunday. PHOTO: GREG NOTA porters.
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