60 000 COPIES WEEKLY
YENZA AMATYALA AKHO AFIKELELEKE Thoba imbuyekezo yamatyala akho Phuma ematyaleni SIYAFUMANEKA KULE NOMBOLO ILANDELAYO KUZOZONKE I BRANCHES
087 230 9804 / Mthatha 047 532 3356 UNGATHUMELA NO “PLEASE CALL ME”
WhatsApp – KULENOMBOLO 082 378 3743 E-MAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org
Port St Johns | Mthatha | Libode | Ngqeleni | Tsolo | Qumbu | Mount Frere
THURSDAY July 16, 2015 |0 047 050 4430 | www.mthathaexpress.co.za | Facebook: Mthatha Express | Twitter: @MthathaExpress | email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
EDITOR: BETTIE GILIOMEE
Concern over circumcision death toll The Eastern Cape is topping the national circumcision death toll this winter season, despite efforts to curb deaths. On Monday the initiate death toll stood at 24 with 16 reported in the OR Tambo District, 3 in Chris Hani, 3 in Alfred Nzo, 1 in Buffalo City Metro, 1 in Amathole and 1 in Joe Gqabi. Several have also been admitted to hospitals and rescue centres. To relieve the pressure at hospitals, the Eastern Cape Health Department will set up field hospitals in the form of tents with essential equipment to provide IV fluids, antibiotics and wound care for injured initiates. Read more on page 3 and 5. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
NELSON MANDELA DAY
All roads lead to Qunu
Nelson Mandela Scholar and chairperson of the Nelson Mandela Museum, will share the stage, highlighting targeted objectives leading to 2018. Thereafter, an open concert will be held featuring well-known artists such as Nathi, Vusi Nova and Nancy G, and international artists Zandae from Disney, Nico and Vinez, to name a few. The Nelson Mandela Museum and Africa Rising have embarked on a four-year Sustainable Rural Development Project to 2018, on the birth date of Nelson Mandela. The project is the first of its kind and is structured in a way that will bring an influx of resources to Qunu, recognising its value and tourism potential,
n July 18, the Nelson Mandela Museum in Qunu will be home to many international and national celebrities, dirtying their hands, reaching out to the needy, following in the footprints of Nelson Mandela. The enthusiastic young lion, Ndaba Mandela, a champion of the Africa Rising project, with a big heart just like his grandfather, will hand over 76 beds and linen at the Nelson Mandela Children’s Ward, and a series of other community beneficiation projects will be also be implemented on the day. These programmes will be followed by a formal programme where the chairman of Africa Rising, Ndaba Mandela, and Mrs Yokwana, a
and as a springboard for development of the area, with possibly unprecedented economic benefits for the broader Eastern Cape and South Africa as a whole. Africa Rising is a non-governmental organisation established in 2009 by Ndaba and Kweku Mandela. It is an institution committed to publicising a positive image of Africa to the world through various media platforms like publications, films, and social interaction in order to change the mindset of young Africans. Mandela Day events will start on Friday (July 17) with the handing over of equipment at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital children’s ward in Mthatha.
The Arts and Culture minister will deliver a lecture, which forms part of a series of lectures to be held countrywide; the theme is “South Africa of Nelson Mandela’s dreams and the memorialisation of our heritage”. It will continue the next day, Saturday, along with various other activities that will begin with a 6,7km fun walk crisscrossing villages of Qunu. Mandela Day activities scheduled for July 18 will also feature a number of sports like intonga, boxing, soccer, tennis, and netball at the Nelson Mandela Youth and Heritage Centre sports fields by DSRAC, a long-time partner of the Nelson Mandela Museum in sports development. – REPORTER
DULUX WEATHER GUARD
DULUX BERGER MASTER
20 LITRE Assorted Colours
“where smart people shop”
NPC CEMENT 50KG
WHITE TOWNHOUSE DOORS
8 PANEL DOOR
* WE WILL MATCH ANY ADVERTISED PRICE, GUARANTEED!
FASCIA BOARD 6M PVC
BARGE BOARD 6M PVC
R36999 Pt69 R59999 R39999 R5999 R26999 OFFER VALID TILL *Terms & 38 SPRIGG STREET & 7 SPRIGG STREET Open 7 Days a week TEL 047 532 4599 •081 474 4406 •081 483 4100 30TH JULY 2015 condition apply
POLY WHEEL BARROW
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
Dream government job taken away AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA HE thought his problems were over now that he had finally secured a job in the government sector, but all of that was taken away within a month of Litha Sigcau’s employment.
Litha Sigcau (40) says he has been betrayed by the Department of Social Development.
PHOTOS: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA
Sigcau (40) was employed as part of the National Youth Service programme by the Department of Social Development in Bizana in June 2013. But that was short-lived. Only when Sigcau did not receive his monthly stipend as agreed in the contract and he questioned this, was he told he had been wrongfully employed and did not qualify for the post. “I was shocked to be told that the post was especially for the youth and I should not have been hired in the first place.” He said he needed answers to what he called negligence by the department. “My rights have been violated here. I never got any kind of remuneration and I demand that because it has been almost two years I have been looking for answers,” he said. Provincial Social Development spokesperson Gcobani Maswana said since this was a serious matter, a team of officials had been sent to Bizana to investigate.
A Qunu chief from the home of the first
black president in the democratic South Africa Nelson Mandela, Chief Nokwanele Balizulu believes that if people can adhere to the 67 minutes initiatives that could restore the loss of the spirit of Ubuntu amongst the people of the country.
A newspaper advert on June 16, 2013, for the post which Litha Sigcau from Bizana applied for.
Residents help cops arrest robbers POLICE officers and community members arrested two suspects after a robbery at Mdeni location in Centane last week. The suspects, aged between 36 and 38, were from Coloured Township in Butterworth. It is alleged that they approached a shop owner at Mdeni Location in Macibe Village, Centane, armed with a rifle and dagger. Police spokesperson Captain Jackson Manatha said the two men had allegedly demanded money at gunpoint. “The shop owner handed an undisclosed amount of money to the suspects. They also took tobacco, airtime and cellphones. Members of the community who saw the incident alerted the Centane police,” Manatha said.
He said both the police and the community had chased and arrested the suspects. They also recovered the rifle and the stolen goods. The police also recovered a getaway car that had been hidden a distance away. Manatha said a check would be made to ascertain whether or not the car had been stolen. The rifle would be sent for ballistic tests to establish if it had been used in other crimes in Centane and the surrounding towns. Both suspects have been charged with robbery and one was also charged with possession of a unlicensed firearm. They will appear before the Centane Magistrate’s Court. – BABALWA NDLANYA
ALUMINIUM/GLASS * WINDOWS * DOORS * FLUSH GLAZING * DESIGNER GATES/GARAGE DOORS * BALUSTRADES * SHOPFRONTS * STAINLESS STEEL: GATES * BALUSTRADES * FENCE
1821 S/L DOOR R1 799
We are looking for space to rent for a Fast Growing Food Franchise
* WINDOWS * DOORS * FLUSH GLAZING * DESIGNER GATES/GARAGE DOORS * BALUSTRADES * SHOPFRONTS * STAINLESS STEEL: GATES * BALUSTRADES * FENCE
Store size 50,100, 150, 200 square meters.
1821 S/L DOOR R1 799
Contact : email@example.com X1QAPJB1-160715-TE-ebnnon-honchos
Chief Nokwanele Balizuluo
· Mount Frere
The late Tata Mandela took an initiative to spend 67 minutes of his time helping the poor and those who are unable to help themselves and he spread that nationwide and South Africans welcomed it with both hands. This initiative usually start on his date of birth, July 18 runs until the end of his birth month and it is recognized nationally and internationally. Since this day is around the corner Chief Balizulu is preparing to visit the old people of Qunu whereby she will share the wisdom of life, give them gifts and shows that she still loves them even though they were house bound. “This is what our forefathers used to do but because of westernization we ended up losing our culture of caring for each other until Tata Mandela initiated this 67 minutes. In the olden days it was not strange to see young people helping an adult by swiping the floors of any adults home in the village or wash the dishes for them as it was part of our culture, so this 67 minutes need to be instil to our people because we are not practising something which is new,” she said. Balizulu said this day is no longer for Mandela but “we need to teach our children about the important of assisting each other as it was existing even before the civilization took over.” She said her main mission to visit the old people is to provide happiness so that they can realize that even after the passing on of Mandela there are still local leaders who will take care of them even though it is difficult for them to move around. “I am also going to visit those who are sick and show them that a person is a person because of other people (Umntu ngumntu ngabantu),” she said.
Attention : Landlords
in the following areas:
• EAST LONDON • MTHATHA & PORT SHEPTONE
Do it for Tata Madiba
MTHATHA & PORT SHEPTONE X1Q9KTVE-160715-TE-ebkmwa-african
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
EC tops circumcision deaths SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE THE Eastern Cape Province is topping the national circumcision death toll this winter season, despite efforts to curb these deaths. It was also recently reported that several initiates were admitted to hospitals and rescue centres. On Monday the initiate death toll stood at 24 with 16 reported in the OR Tambo District, 3 in Chris Hani, 3 in Alfred Nzo, 1 in Buffalo City Metro, 1 in Amathole and 1 in Joe Gqabi. Limpopo has recorded one death and Mpum-
alanga has also reported one death. Gauteng had the highest number of illegal schools, with a total of 22 that were closed down. A total of 89 initiates have been rescued since the start of the initiation season on June 20. The Deputy Minister for Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, Obed Bapela, has condemned irresponsible people who operate illegal initiation schools with no regard for the law and safety of the children, but are motivated by greed for money. “This is a national crisis looming before our eyes and a complex matter that needs all stakeholders to work together in preventing our cul-
tural heritage from being hijacked by criminals,” Bapela said. The Mhlontlo Local Municipality and the Traditional Authority will also be launching a campaign to create awareness, best practice and joint controls during this season. Mhlontlo comprises Tsolo and Qumbu, which has already recorded at least two deaths. Traditional leaders led by Inkosi Bakhanyisele Ranuga have called for collaboration to curb deaths in initiation schools. They vowed they would work tirelessly as traditional leaders to ensure there would be no more deaths this season.
Field hospitals plan for initiates SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE THE Eastern Cape Health Department will set up field hospitals to relieve the pressure at hospitals which are admitting injured circumcision school initiates. Spokesperson Sizwe Kupelo said this
Kupelo said an implementation plan would be announced soon. Some hospitals are overcrowded, particularly in Pondoland, due to the large number of initiates being admitted. Some cases are botched circumcisions and others are initiates beaten up at the schools.
would entail setting up tents with essential equipment and stretchers to provide IV fluids, antibiotics and wound care. “These initiates will be supported and provided emergency care until they are stabilised and either sent back to the schools or referred for admission to hospital.”
Elliotdale residents ‘wait for Eskom feedback’ BABALWA NDLANYA RESIDENTS of the Madwaleni Administrative Area in Elliotdale says Eskom has asked for 21 days within which to respond to their complaints. One of those who took part in a service delivery protest at Madwaleni recently, Unathi Qakamba, said, “If Eskom comes up with nothing we will continue with our action because we are tired of feeling neglected in this area.” “We don’t have electricity, let alone water and houses. We are tired of this situation and that is why we decided to stand up and
block the road. We did this to attract the municipality’s attention.” Madwaleni residents blocked the road to the Madwaleni Hospital for two days, which led to critically ill patients having to be airlifted to the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital in Mthatha as ambulances were unable to enter or leave the hospital. The Eastern Cape government condemned the illegal actions and said it had received unverified reports that some of the instigators had been disgruntled local councillors. Mbhashe Municipality spokesperson Mzimasi Dyomfana said the municipality and Eskom had gone to address the protesters
about the way forward. “In ward three, protesters were informed by Eskom that the area had already been surveyed and designed. “Maybe by the end of this month they will start to electrify the area. In Madwaleni, Eskom told the protesters that they were not catered for in this year’s financial year, but if Eskom received funds it would start to electrify the area,” Dyomfana said. According to him, no one had asked to be given 21 days to respond. He said what he knew was that a team had been selected to represent community members to inform them about what was happening about the electricity.
Fear of more bloody clashes SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE THE clashes between the Libode localities over employment have raised fears of more blood being spilled following an incident that left two people injured early last Tuesday (July 7). The feud between the Masameni and Khuleka localities erupted over the employment of 72 people for the construction of a mental hospital at St Barnabas Hospital. Attacks by members of both localities ensued and they pelted each other with stones and sticks. Shots were also fired and a ward committee member was wounded twice and a 32-year-old resident was hit in the leg. Both were rushed to hospital. The situation in the area is tense as no one is prepared to give up. It is alleged that people who are resident in the area where the hospital is situated are being employed, although the project was meant to benefit the entire ward. Some accused the ward councillor of employing people who are close to him. The police confirmed they had been called to the area. Spokesperson Colonel Mzukisi Fatyela confirmed that two people had been shot in this incident. He said they had advised the relatives of the injured people not to send them to St Banabas because of safety concerns and they had agreed to send them to another hospital. The localities involved in the feud include Masemeni, Khuleka, Dokodela, Nxokweni, Mtyu, Didi, Mafini and Katilumla. These localities are not new to bickering as the Sanral R61 road construction project passing Ntlaza had to be stopped recently after residents of these locations complained about being left out of employment. The work carried on after negotiations. Fatyela said no one had been arrested yet, but investigations continued.
Residents promise to take further action and close the road again if they don’t get a positive response. PHOTO:BABALWA NDLANYA X1Q8WYME-160715-TE-ebnnon-FIGO
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
Plough land first and housing will follow MEC Qhoboshiyane SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE TILLING the land should take priority over housing, says Eastern Cape MEC for Rural Development and Agrarian Reform, Mlibo Qhoboshiyane. Qhoboshiyane was addressing community members and farmers during his visit to Mqanduli last
The R2,1-million hall before it was handed over to the community. PHOTO:SIM MDLEDLE
Joy as new Gengqe hall handed over SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE THE residents of Gengqe, Mqanduli, have a brand new, R2,1-million community hall. They packed the hall for the official handing-over ceremony attended by Rural Development and Agrarian Reform MEC Mlibo Qhoboshiyane. He told the audience, which included officials of the King Sabatha Dalindyebo Municipality, to
take good care of their new asset. “We need the community members to beautify the hall by planting flowers around it and there must be no vandalism. It is a great privilege to have a hall while others are burning theirs down in service delivery protests. People must learn to protect what they have been given by the government. So it is the responsibility of the community of this area to take care of this asset.”
Nasiphi Sobhuwa said they could hardly wait to make use of the hall. Previously youth groups had nowhere to hold meetings or host events. “We normally use the schools and churches to conduct our meetings, but now it’s over as we have a space to host our meetings. She said the hall would also reduce the expenses of the community, who were compelled to dig deep in their pockets to hire tents for events like weddings.
Eastern Cape MEC for Rural Development and Agrarian Reform, Mlibo Qhoboshiyane. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Wednesday. He said South Africa was faced with a dilemma where people demand houses but had empty stomachs. “How can you enjoy the stay in that particular house if you don't have anything to eat? Our people need to instil in their minds that agriculture is a priority because it brings food to the table. Once agriculture becomes dominant in a family, there will be no poverty. Plough the land then follow with houses,” he said. He stressed that he did not mean people must not get houses, but they must ensure they have something to eat. This would also reduce the chances of crime escalating. Qhoboshiyane also revealed that he would soon return to Mqanduli with a R4-million project to restore the culture of cultivating land in the area. “We need 1 500 hectares to be used in Mqanduli for cultivation and people must roll up their sleeves to make this dream a reality. In the same area of Mqanduli we are opening new dams for cattle and revitalising 112 dipping tanks,” he said. Qhoboshiyane’s department recently pledged R30-million for ploughing in the OR Tambo region. The farmers of Mqanduli welcomed the promises of the MEC and said they would work hand-in- glove with the department.
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
Single mothers also culprits Bahleli iinyanga bengena manzi in illegal circumcision AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA
SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE SINGLE parents are contributing to the escalation of illegal circumcisions by giving their underage children money to be circumcised, even without the knowledge of elder men of the family. This was revealed in a meeting hosted by AmaMpondomise traditional leadership in partnership with the Mhlontlo local municipality in Tsolo last Friday. An incident was mentioned in which a 14year-old boy was sent to the iingcibi and was not circumcised properly and he ended up admitted to the Malizo Mpehle Hospital in a critical condition. The meeting was chaired by Mhlonntlo speaker Xolile Nkompela, who stressed that the traditional leaders in the area must stand up and ensure that there were no more deaths. Nkompela said women must understand where their roles ended because this custom was for men only. Women were also invited to this meeting and were given clarity on their role in this custom. By the time of going to print, the Eastern Cape
was leading in the death toll with more than 22. Mhlontlo, which comprises Tsolo and Qumbu recorded two deaths. It was highlighted at the meeting that the women gave the boys money without the knowledge of the men in the family or even having full information about the ingcibi who was going to conduct the circumcision. Inkosi Bakhanyisele Ranuga said everybody needed to stand up and fight deaths at initian schools directly. He called on parents and the community at large to take full responsibility in this fight. He also urged the justice system to play a role in arresting illegal iingcibi because there were those who had committed the same offences last season, but had never been arrested. Instead, they continued injuring the boys. Some of the resolutions at the meeting were that a circumcision indaba should be held in August with all stakeholders, a rescue centre should be established next to Dr Malizo Mpehle Memorial Hospital, visits should be made to affected areas, as well as constant visits to initiates’ dwellings, forums should be strengthened, especially with the Justice Department, and meetings should be held fortnightly.
SELE izinyanga ezine abahlali baseNcakuleni kuQumbu bengena manzi emva kokuba athi avalwa babe bona bengenalwazi lesizathu soko. Ongomnye wabahlali bale ndawo nochaphazelekileyo sesi sihelegu nguMnu Sebenzile Nomtsho nothi bayasokola kuba ubomi abukho ngaphandle kwamanzi. “Kukho abantu abadala abangakwaziyo ukuyokukha amanzi emlanjeni
kwaye umasipala akasincedisi nangamatanki khon’ukuze ubomi buqhebeke,” utshilo uNomtsho. Uhambise wathi, bengabahlali bathi badibana baya kwi-ofisi zakwamasipala wasekuhlaleni iMhlontlo nalapho badibana nabaphathi balo masipala bathenjiswa ngokuselwa amanzi. “Inene baye bafika ngoLwesine weveki ephelileyo basithelela ematankini amabini nangona sasibayalele ngamatanki amahlanu kwaye zange baphinde babuye ngoLwesihlanu kwaye sisajongile,” uhambise watsho uNomtsho.
Police need help in identifying murder victim THE police in Msobomvu near Butterworth have appealed for information from the community after the body of a man about 26 years old was found by a passer-by near the main street last Sunday. Police spokesperson Captain Jackson Manatha said the man had bullet wounds to his upper body. “The police are investigating a case of murder but no one has been arrested yet.
The man’s identity is unknown. He was dark in complexion and was wearing jeans, a brown hat, a tracksuit top and navy T-shirt.” He said anyone with information about the murder should contact the Msobomvu police station at 047 6920180. He also appealed to anyone whose relative had not come home to contact the police station on the same number. – REPORTER
Baxhotyiswe ngamazwi abahlali ABAHLALI bakwi lali yase Nywarha ngaphantsi kwedolophu yaseDutywa bathi bane themba lokuba izinga lolwa phulo mthetho liza kuhla kula ndawo kulandela ukubanjwa kwe Awareness Campaign nebi ququzelelwa yintlangano engekho ngaphantsi kuka rhulumente i-(Non Govermental Organisation) iNyhwara Home Based Care. Lo mcimbi ubu banjwe kule veki igqithileyo nalapho beku thethwa nabantu abatsha ngengozi ezidalwa kukuzi bandakanya kwalo kulwa phulo mthetho. Echaza uNkk Khuselwa Mnyazi onguMphathi weNywara Home Based Care uthe bathabathe isigqibo sokuba bakhe baphakame beme ngenyawo, kulandela iziganeko ezili qela ezithe gqolo ukwehla kula ndawo yase Nywarha. “Phakathi kwezinto endingathi ndizi khankanye kukuvalwa komgaqo apha kule ndawo yethu yaseNywara (mgaqo lowo uphakathi kweDutywa kunye noMthatha). Lo mgaqo uvalwa ngabantu esinga baziyo nabavele babeke amatye apha phakathi emgaqweni kwaye injongo yokwenza lo ntlonti asiyazi ukuba yintoni,”kubeka uNkk Mnyazi. Woleke ngelithi ukuvalwa kwalo mgaqo kukholele ekubeni esinye isithuthi siwe kwaye ezinye zigqabhuka amasondo ngenxa yale nto yenziwa kulo mgaqo. Uveze ukuba zininzi iziganeko ezithe zehla kule ndawo yaseNywara nezenza bazi bone benga khuselekanga benga bahlali. Uthi yilo nto bethabathe isigqibo sokuba bakhe beme ngenyawo bacele amaSebe ohlukeneyo ukuba azothetha nabahlali. Phakathi kwamaSebe athe akhona kule ndawo kubalwa iSebe lamapolisa, Isebe loku hlunyeleliswa kwezi milo, ISebe loku phuhliswa koluntu kuquka neSebe lezeMpilo. Lo kaMnyazi uthi enye into abathe bayenza ngolu suku baye banikezela ngokutya kwimpula zika lujaca, oko kutya kufunyenwe ngabantu abayi 15 ngenjongo zoku gxotha ikati eziko. “Kwakhona siphinde sanikezela ngezinto zokuthambisa kubantwana abazi nkedama kwaye sijonge phambili ukuba sith sigqolo sibanceda ukuze nabo bazi bone befana nabanye abantwana.” – BABALWA NDLANYA
MTHATHA EXPRESS | THURSDAY 16 JULY 2015
MTHATHA EXPRESS | THURSDAY 16 JULY 2015
Kidnapper arrested while sleeping on the job REPORTER BUTTERWORTH police arrested a man (21) for kidnapping a 25-yearold woman after she managed to escape and flag down a patrol vehicle when the alleged kidnapper fell asleep. Police spokesman Captain Jackson Manatha said the victim had accompanied a woman friend to her flat at Extension 7 Butterworth on Saturday, July 11, at about 2am. “While the victim was returning to her own flat, she came across four men armed with knives. “The suspects demanded a cellphone and money from the victim,” Manatha said. One of the suspects then dragged the woman to his home at the Yako informal settlement on the N2 road. He allegedly claimed that the victim was his girlfriend and ordered the other three men to go to their homes. Manatha said the victim had been told to undress, but she had refused. The suspect then fell asleep and the victim managed to escape and stop a Butterworth police van which was on patrol along the N2. “The victim led the police to the suspect’s shack. Police found him in a deep slumber. He was arrested and has been charged with kidnapping,” Manatha said. Butterworth police station Commander and acting Butterworth cluster commander Colonel Sipho Hokwana praised his officials for acting swiftly and for their visibility, which had led to the arrest.
For delivery complaints about the Mthatha Express, contact 047 531 1666
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
New classrooms a relief for Putuma
BABALWA NDLANYA EASTERN Cape Roads and Public Works MEC Thandiswa Marawu handed over three prefabricated classrooms to the Putuma Junior Secondary School in Elliotdale last week. The school, with more than 1 000 pupils, had been faced with congestion in classrooms. The MEC also issued certificates to 20 pupils who had successfully completed the Accelerated Professional and Trade Competency Development Programme. Pupils from Putuma also received toiletries from the department. Marawu said her department had intervened and assisted after seeing the conditions under which the pupils were being taught. “A team of artisans assembled these classrooms using leftover
‘It was hard for teachers to watch pupils sitting on the grass while writing their exams because of a shortage of classrooms.’ - Babalwa Mtumtum (Putuma Junior Secondary School)
material from other department projects. The department also painted and beautified the entire school,” Marawu said. She said they did not have the budget for building schools, but used leftover material from other projects. “We are looking forward to building seven classrooms here at Putuma.” She said a request had been made by AmaXhosa King Zwelonke Sigcau after he saw that the school had a shortage of classrooms. This school won the South African School Choral Eisteddfod. Sigcau said there were still a number of mud schools around the Elliotdale area, but he was proud that Marawu had managed to rescue the pupils of Putuma. The principal of the school, Babalwa Mtumtum, said she was grateful as it was hard for teachers to watch pupils sitting on the grass while writing their exams because of a shortage of classrooms. “Lots of parents send their children to our school because of the high talent which is here. We have pupils who come from far away because our school excels in music and other activities.” Mtumtum said the classrooms would improve the situation they were facing. She said that due to high demand they used to enrol 1 650 pupils, but had been forced to reduce the number to 1 000 this year because of the space problem.
Winter School a huge success REPORTER WHAT is better than applying what you’ve learnt in a practical manner? This was the experience of pupils who attended the Nelson Mandela Museum’s Winter School programme. The participants from the OR Tambo region converged at the Nelson Mandela Museum Youth and Heritage Centre to be inspired and to be creative in their thinking. The participants of the visual art group got the opportunity last Tuesday and Thursday to put theory into practice. They took on the task of beautifying a needy rural preschool called Emilley Kiddies in Qunu. The preschool is at the Thusong Centre in Qunu close to former President Nelson Mandela’s residence. The notion behind beautifying the preschool was to bring joy and happiness among children through visual artwork. The Winter School also taught subjects such as poetry and creative writing, music and dance, drama and storytelling as well as oral history and research. Participants challenged each other with discussions and debates that led to the development of a concept for presentations held on Friday. The participants came from the KSD, Ingquza Hill, Mhlontlo, Port St Johns and Nyandeni municipalities.
Roads and Public Works MEC Thandiswa Marawu, AmaXhosa King Zwelonke Sigcau and Putuma principal Babalwa Mtumtum prepare to cut the ribbon to officially open the three classrooms. PHOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA
Follow us on these platforms to stay up to date with news and events in your community:
Grade 8 pupils at Putuma write their June exams in the open. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
In accordance with the editorial policy of the Mthatha Express, we invite readers to comment on mistakes in the newspaper and shall correct significant errors as soon as possible. Send info to the Ombudsman of Media24’s Local Press, George Claassen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call him at 0 021 851 3232. Readers can also contact the SA Press Ombudsman at 0 011 484 3612/8 or e-mail email@example.com.
REGISTER FOR A DISTANCE LEARNING DEGREE, DIPLOMA, CERTIFICATE OR SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMME IN CONJUNCTION WITH PC TRAINING & BUSINESS COLLEGE
• Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) Specialisation: Marketing, Accounting & Human Resources • Bachelor of Business Admin • Bachelor of Science: Info Tech • Bachelor of Public Management
• Information Technology • Computer Applications • Business Administration
• • • •
SHORT LEARNING PROGRAMMES • Human Resources Management • Ofﬁce Administration • Supply Chain & Logistics Management • Production & Operation Management • Project Management • Computerised Bookkeeping • SAP • Microsoft • Comptia
Business Administration Information Technology Systems Engineering Local Government Management PORT ELIZABETH 135 Govan Mbeki Avenue, Tel: 041 582 4628
292 Anton Lembede St Cnr Anton Lembede & Dorothy Nyembe St. Tel: 031 304 9340
OPEN DAYS DATE
21 July 2015
17h30 for 18h00 Radisson Blu Hotel 9th Avenue
22 July 2015
17h30 for 18h00 Premier Hotel Regent 22 Esplanade Street
23 July 2015
17h30 for 18h00 Hotel Savoy 912 Nelson Mandela Drive
Book your seat now!
FREE TABLET PC WHEN YOU REGISTER T’s & C’s Apply
To RSVP Call: 0861 243 848
RICHFIELD Graduate Institute of Technology
CAPE TOWN 49 St. Georges Mall, Cologne House (cnr Castle & St. Georges St) Tel: 021 422 2148
BUSINESS CoLLEG E Your FUTURE is in YOUR hands...
Richfield Graduate Institute of Technology (PTY)LTD, previously known as PC Training & Business College is registered with the Department of Higher Education & Training as a Private Higher Education Institution under the Higher Education Act, 1997, Registration Certificate No. 2000/HE07/008 & as a Private Further Education College under the Further Education & Training Act, 2006, Registration Certificate No. 2008/FE07/050
Call: 0861 243 848 firstname.lastname@example.org www.gomla.ac.za
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
SALE STARTS 23 JULY 2015
75 25 UP TO
GARMENTS TO CLEAR
WE BRING YOU A WHOLE NEW WAY OF SHOPPING FOR THE LATEST TRENDS AND BIGGEST BRANDS
ALL MUST GO
STOCKS ARE LIMITED
WHILE STOCKS LAST • Ts & Cs APPLY
387466 0800 FUSION
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
Food first of all THINGS have totally changed in this generation and we don’t know who will bring things back to normal. We paid a visit to one of our buddies in Cala last weekend. He took us out to become familiar with the town neengoji zayo. Mara kukhona okungasiphathanga kakuhle friend. Kaloku thina asifihli makhuba kuhlakulwa. Khazi kuyakwayintoni kula makhwenkwe athanda ukuthetha? Lo mjita oko esihlalele ngeziphuzo zinomsila de walibala nokuba thina booGesh asikho mde kakhulu phaya kwezi nyembezi zomlungu, sizithandela into etyiwayo. And asithandi nokuba kucace kub daai ding uzakuyitshintsha ibe ngathi yibreakfast. So ke friend next time xa sikundwendwe yenza sure ukuba you have enough food hayi ugcwalise i-fridge ama-whisky namacider thina akasihluthisi koko ayasilambisa. Uvile moss. Makuqale ukutya kuqala igqibele
impuzo. Nathi xa usindwendwele sikwenza ubone ukuba beku-useless nokokuxhoba kwakanjalo hayi le usenzele yona kwacaca ukuba bo ithe enye xa iphuma yathatheka yaya kuwa kwantinga naloo mpu. Heyi, mazingahambi soba ngamakhoboka otywala. zibekwa nje ezibham kungenjalo kuzakulima Ingathi ngeyinikwa abantu abanengqo- abantu abaninzi ezi nxila ziphanjaniswa yile mipu. ndo eziphusileyo imipu Uyazi esikubone eLusiki recently kusibonise ukuba bakhona abantu ekungafanelekanga Kazi iphi i-wholesale yala mantombazana bayinikwe imimpu kuba ingqondo zabo azi- akhe Bafethu besicinga ukuba kule group yethu kumelanga oko. Kukhona zidakwa zibini ebezihamba ngemoto eluhlobo lwe-Chevrolet Aveo. ye-gossip zikhona izibethi, mara kuthe kanti Ezi-chap sibone zisima right in the middle of sikhe phantsi isitya sizele. Akho amajita antthe road. Sicinge ukuba isithu-thi sabo sineng- swempu apha phandle. I wonder ukuba inkquxaki kanti akukho loo nto, ezi-gang zidakwe zi- bo yabo ithini kule monster ilapha phandle inmnyama mba. And zi-delela kwamntu ozama guHIV/AIDS? Kukho i-outie ehamba ngePolo ebomvu phaya eUTA. Hayi shame iyalenza ixeukuzibonisa ukuba le ndawo zimise kuyo ayikulungelanga ukuba kungamiswa kuyo. sha apha koosisi and each and every night club Kanti kusekuncane oko besikubona. Zivele za- efika kuyo ifika nomntu omtsha and kuyacaca phuma zombini zayishiya imipu apho. Bexhob- ukuba isandla esi ayisibambi iyamnkalela ile ke oorheme aba kuba bebebonakala. Uze lowo ithe yanaye ngolo suku. Siyibukele Fri-
NOW OPEN AT SHOP 14, MTHATHA PLAZA 35 NELSON MANDELA DRIVE
Ashley 3 Piece SAVE R4000 • 5 Action Recliner Set (155Kg Weight Guarantee per mechanism) • Leather look fabric • Available in Black
Andy 3 Piece
• Genuine Leather Uppers • 5 Action Recliners (155Kg Weight Guarantee per mechanism) • Available in Brown, Beige, Black Mthatha Pinetown PMB Richards Bay
087 031 033 035
135 020 342 789
2091 0163 7755 4340
Shelly Beach Springfield Warehouse
039 315 1572 031 263 0257 031 702 9036
Prices valid until 16 August 2015 or while stocks last. Price excludes delivery. T&C apply.
day eSo What Lounge iphethe enye into neyinkalele kwaze kwasa sancama nathi kwaphela amasente solala. Saturday uphethe omnye i-pace yokunkala iseyi-one and Sunday it was a new girl with same pace of buying booze. Mara ke mfana ulumke uBawo uyakunika imali ngelixa asakunikileyo yisebenzise ngesizothela kuba kuya kwixesha lokuba ayithathe eyonika omnye oyifunayo nje ngokuba wena ulibele kukudlala nje. Ise isisolise ukuba khazi ingcwele na le mali isetyenziswa ngala ndlela. Kuba koba sathiwani amajimbos ayaphanta.
Kanti bona benza kanjani? Uyazi le nto isenza sibe nemibuzo esingakwazi nathi ukuyiphendula. La mantombazana abotywaleni wona enza kanjani ukuba asinde kula marhamngcwa alapha phandle asoloko ekhangelana namaxhoba awo? Sitsho ukuba awufane uve kuthiwa isinxila sentombazana esihamba kuze kuse senziwa something wrong. Besibone omnye usisi ebekubonAUTHENTICITY CERTIFICATE WITH EVERY LEATHER SOFA PURCHASE akala ukuba mhle yena xa engaselanga phakathi kwamabini (12 midnight) enxile engazazi nokuba uphi phaya eFrere (Mt Frere). Sazibuza ukuba abe shame usinde njani kwezindlwengu zingcwele apha phandle. Masike sithi amanxila anentlahla kuba uyakuze athi umnBUY IT NOW FOR ONLY twana womntu R17 999 eziphethe kakuhle engekho phandle apha kodwa athi ngokuhlwelwa nje usuku olunye adibane nezigebenga zimonzakalise uxakwe ukuba izinxila ezi zihamba mihla le zisinda njani zona. Before sichukumise intliziBUY IT NOW FOR ONLY yo zabantu masike R25 999 sithathe iintsiba zethu zihambe siyofuna more gossip for our next edition. E&OE Sharp, sharp.
EX press MTHATHA
: 047 050 4430
60 000 COPIES WEEKLY
Kenny Mwange SALES EXECUTIVE
82 Blakeway Street, Mthatha Office: (047) 050 4430 Fax: (041) 503 6256 E-mail: email@example.com
* * * * * * * * * * * * *
Uphoxekile okanye ukhatazekile 2-3 days ingxaki yakho Izolungiswa ngu Dr B Bona utshaba lwakho Kubuyiswa impahla eyebiweyo 100% ukubyisa isithandwa sakho Ukuphumelela iLotto Fumana umtshato ngenyanga enye Ndigqibezela imisebenzi eyohlule abanye oogqirha Ulubuyisa umntu oswelekileyo Cima onke amatyala akwi account yakho same day Mhlukanisa abantu abathandwayo 1 day uthandane nawe wedwa Amagudwana akuphatele imali Khulisa induku yakho (1 day) Ukukhupha umntu esiseleni noba segwetyiwe Ukususa umntu akusakolisayo xa ungamfuni Bhatala emva komsebenzi Contact: 083 504 1700
Are you feeling totally helpless and broken apart? Have you lost lover? Are you in financial trouble and you don’t know what to do?
Have you tried everything, but nothing seems to work? Don’t lose hope!! Call MARK for the Magic Ring
KUDALA UFUNA UNCEDO NGEZOMTSHATO NEZOTHANDO NEZINYE INGXAKI ONAZO, DIBANA NO DR TATA WELA IMPENDULO YAKHO UYIFUMANA NGOSUKU OLUNYE FUTHI NGEXESHA ELINYE * Ukubuyisa isithandwa sakho * Ukubuyisa umntu ejele ngeentsuku ezimbini (2 days) * Ukubuyisa umntu oswelekileyo ngendlela engaqondakaliyo abuye * Ndibolekisa ngamagundwane akuphathela imali * Ukuqinisa umzi wakho, umzimba, sibaya kunye nebhizinisi yakho * Susa umntu ongamfuniyo * Wallet stick ikuziisele imali * Khulisa ubudoda * Wina ulotto iCasino * Ubuyisa izinto ezalahlekayo * Xa ufuna ukunyuselwa emsebenzini
NDIFUMANEKA EMTHATHA CONTACT: TATA WELA CONTACT NO: 071 7723 410 PAY AFTER WORK DONE
• Ukubuyiswa Kwesithandwa Sakho 2 days • Ukuphepheta Umntu Ongqamthendiyo • Umntu Ongayi Exesheni • Impuku Zemali, Intshaba Zakho Ndizohlul • Ukukhulisa Ubudoda baqino ne power • Oothikoloshi bakufakele imali ebhankin • Buyisa impahla elahlekileyo • Bona Umtu Othandana nomtu wakho espilini ne ntshaba zakho • Amagundwana akhuphatele imali ngokukhawake • Cima Amatyala kwiAccount yakho • Khulisa induku ibe namandla ebbedini • Hlukanisa abantu abathandanayo • Nyuselwa emsebenzini, passa eskolweni, wina kwimindlalo yemali • Susa Umntu Ongamfuniyo Job guaranteed pay after work - Cell 060 4977 414 29 Sprigg St (Opposite Cash Build, next to dr Mombembe)
To win Lotto, Casino and bring back lost lover
072 074 8332
We have the key to your advertising problems. For quality service, friendly, fast and efficient attention, try the Classifieds.
047 050 4430
HE IS HERE THE WAY FROM ZAMBIA TO SOLVE ALL YOUR PROBLEMS YOU HAVE STOP SUFFERING HE WILL SOLVE SPECIAL: LOVE AFFAIR & FINANCIAL PROBLEMS & ALL PROBLEM YOU HAVE DR KATEPO & HES OLD MAN MALUNDA * BUYISA ISITHANDWA SAKHO * HLUKANISAABSATHANDANAYO IBE NGUWE WEDWA * FUMANA UMTSHATO NGOKUKHAWULEZA * FUMANAABANTWANA * VUSA/KHULISA INDUKU * BUYISA UMNTU OTSHONE NGENDLELA ENGAQONDAKALIYO * QINISA UMZI ISHISHINI BUYISA INTO KUMNIKAZI OKUTHAKATHAYO * INGENE IMALI KWI BANK ACC YAKHO 1 DAY * SUSA UMNTU ONGAMFUNIYO, ISIPILI UBONE OKUMOSHAYO PHUMEJELE * IWOZA-WOZAYEBHIZINISI. IMALI EKHAWULEZAYO IHAMBA NGOMOYA * AMAGUNDWANE AKUPHATHELE IMALI, IMAGIC BOTTLO STICK * FUMANA UMSEBENZI/WONYUSELWE EMSEBENZINI * WIAAMATYALA, LOTTO, CASINO * UNAMAFUFUNAYANA NOKUNYE OKUNINZI? FREE DELIVERY PAY AFTER JOB. LEQA UNGAPHOSWA UGQIRHA UYAKUTHEMBISA 100% CALL 063 234 5510 X1QATVN5-160715-TE-mfkmwa-katepo
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
Intonjane portrayed in sculptures AN art exhibition that portrays the sacred Xhosa ritual Intonjane was a hit at this year’s Grahamstown National Arts Festival which ended last week. Intonjane is aimed at preparing young girls for womanhood and is captured in 52 ceramic sculptures by Eastern Cape artist Siziwe Sotewu. “My exhibition focuses on the developmental stages of a girl from infancy right through to the events leading up to the Intonjane custom of umgidi (graduation ceremony).” She said the work, titled The Bulges: African girl’s natural endowments, was also a social commentary on the moral decay that continues to “eat away at the very core of womanhood”. “The moral degeneration of our young women has reached crisis level and this is an issue that needs to be dealt with immediately. Intonjane was and still is one of those very important mechanisms we as Xhosa people use to teach our girls a good moral and value system, self-respect and self-worth.” Sotewu’s work formed part of the Department
of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture’s visual art exhibition in Grahamstown. “It was my first time to show my work in Grahamstown and I am very happy about that in such a way that I am looking forward to attending again. This was a great opportunity for me really because lot of people saw my work,” Sotewu said. Sotewu, from Cumakala near Lady Frere, is also a lecturer and fine arts lab asssitant at the Walter Sisulu University. The collection was developed in 2012 as the practical aspect of her thesis for her master’s degree in visual arts at Unisa. “After the department saw my submission, it was very impressed and wasted no time in asking me to be part of its exhibition for this year’s festival.” Sotewu meticulously deconstructs the diverse strata of Intonjane into three stages: childhood, entitled Flowers at school; girlhood, entitled Ukutshila and womanhood, under the title The bulges. – REPORTER
Lecturer Siziwe Sotewu with her artwork in Grahamstown.
UGudlabatshakazi ungenile eMhlobo -UMONWABISI ‘Gudlabatshakazi’ Bangi nguye othe waphumelela ukungenela indawo yongasekhoyo uSaba Mbixane kuMhlobo Wenene. Oku kubhengezwe kwiveki ephelileyo eMt Frere kumsitho obusingathwe lijelo losasazo uMhlobo Wenene ebambisene nomasipala iMzimkhulu nalapho bekuyobhengezwa othe waphuma phambili ngeevoti kolu khuphiswano. Ongumlomo weli jelo uFaith Mtyida uthe olu khuphiswano lokukhangela umsasazi oyakuthi avale indawo kaSaba nowasweleka ekuqaleni kulo nyaka luthe lwafikelela ekupheleni emva kokuba uGudlabatshakazi ethe waziswa njengophumeleleyo. “Lo uphumeleleyo uthe wankqenkqeza phambili ngeevoti eziyi134 294 aze olandela emva kwakhe azibambele eziyi59 096, beshiyana ngeevoti eziyi75 000,” utshilo uMtyida. Uhambise wathi uMonwabisi nodume ngegama likaGudlabatshakazi akamtshanga kwezosasazo. “Ungena eMhlobo namava eyiminyaka elishumi kwezosasazo nanjengoko wathi wangena kwijelo losasazo lasekuhlaleni eMthatha iUCR fm ngo2005,” uhambise watsho uMtyida. Nanjengoko esitsho uMtyida, uMonwabisi akangeni kuphela namava eMhlobo Wenene koko ukhe wayojika nakukhuphiswano lweSATMA njengomsasazi wemaskandi kwisikhululo sasekuhlaleni, ehamba kunye noMbixane nobesoloko ephuma emagqabini kolukhuphiswano. Ngonyaka ka2007 wathi waphumelela njengomsasazi wonyaka eUCR, wakhethwa ngonyaka ka2008 njengomnye abangaphumelela (nominee) kukhuphiswano lweSATMA, waphumelela njengoyena msasazi kwijelo lasekuhlaleni kwiSATMA ngonyaka ka2008, ngonyaka ka2011 waze wak-
hethwa njengomnye wabangaphumelela kwiSATMA waphinda waseqeleni labakwithuba lokuphumelela kwakolukhuphiswano lweSATMA ngonyaka ophelileyo. UMtyida uthe uGudlabatshakazi uzakuthi aqalise umsebenzi wakhe wokusasaza inkqubo uLavuth’ibhayi kunye noSiwel’ithukela ekuqaleni kwenyanga kaAgasti kulonyaka. Umphathi wejelo losasazo uMhlobo Wenene, uPhumzile Mnci uthe uyavuyisana nalo kaBangi ngokuthi angene elinye lamajelo osasazo amakhulu kweli lizwe. “Uyazazi ukuba ungena ezihlangwini ezikhulu kwaye nam ndiqinisekile ukuba akazubanangxaki ukungena kwezizihlangu,” utshilo
uMnci. Uthe eyonanto imenza aqiniseke nangakumbi kungenxeni yokuba ekhethwe ngabaphulaphuli. “Oku kuchaza mhlophe ukuba siyasebenzisana nabaphulaphuli bethu kwaye sibamamele khonukuze kuzokhula ijelo lethu, kunyuke amanani wabaphulaphuli kwezinkqubo zombini kunye nezejelo liphela,” uthethe watsho uMnci. – AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA Ophumelele emagqabini kukhuphiswano loMhlobo Wenene uMonwabisi 'Gudlabatshakazi' Bangi kunye nomphathi wakhe omtsha uMnu Phumzile Mnci. PHOTO:SUPPLIED
July 16, 2015 Mthatha Express
RESTRUCTURE ALL DEBT INTO 1 PAYMENT
R500 000 = +- R3000 PM York Road st 1 Floor Office number 201A City Centre Mthatha
073 240 8394 X1Q94BC5-160715-TE-ebnnon-debt
Moving send-off for Mthatha Bucks
THE Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture in the OR Tambo region hosted a moving send-off ceremony for the Mthatha Bucks football club at the Mthatha Stadium at the weekend. Bucks managed to win most of their games and became champions of the second division last season. The Mthatha outfit is going to represent the province in the national play-offs for the first division in Kimberley from July 20 to 26. The send-off was attended by the team’s top management, officials for sport fraternity in the region, players, legends of the club and supporters. Addressing the audience, OR Tambo senior manager in the department of sport, Mike Sodo, said the players must go there and fight to bring home the victory. He said the department in the OR Tambo region was fully behind the players and wished them all the best. If they succeeded in their campaign to play in the first division, sport would be improved in OR Tambo. “I see bright stars who are going to
shine in these play-offs. Do what is best because we want to see you in top flight and your achievement will lift up football in the area. “You must do away with other things and focus on what you need to achieve in those play-offs. You must know that this region is at stake. We need to do more than other people. “You are the badges of honour to us so give it all to achieve the goal of lifting the flag of this region. Go to the battle knowing that all our hopes are with you and we are hoping that God will guide you and bring something that can make us smile back at home,” Sodo said. The owner of the team, Simthembile Ntlantsana, expressed his gratitude for the support of the department. “What they did was motivational for the players and technical team. We are hoping to bring back something which will make this region happier,” he said. The department has assisted the club with financial support for accommodation for the team during the play-offs. The general manager of the team, Doctor Tukute, said they were expecting a win and nothing else.
= Mthatha Bucks players during their send-off ceremony at the Mthatha Stadium. < Martin Toni, Mike Sodo, Simthembile Ntlantsana and Maria Maria Magqalaza during the send–off ceremony for Mthatha Bucks at the weekend. PHOTOS: SIM MDLEDLE
Kulindeleke ukuba inike umdla nangakumbi iABC Motsepe League kwisizini ezayo ANELE RAZIYA UKUXATYELWA ngezembe kweqela laseMthatha i Tembu Royals kwakunye neCacadu United yaseCacadu kwinqanaba leABC Motsepe League kwisizini ka2014/2015 esandul’ukuphela kweli Phondo leMpuma Kapa kunike ithuba amanye amaqela afana neFuture Tigers kwakunye neYoung Ideas. La maqela mabani iFuture Tigers yaseMonti kwakunye neYoung ideas yaseBhayi ngamaqela athe aphumelela iPlay-Offs zeSAB League ebezibanjelwe kwindawo yaseMatatiele kutsha nje. Le mpumelelo yala maqela mabini ichaza ukuba kwisizini ka2015/2016 azakudlala kwiABC Motsepe League ekumgangangatho ongentla kuna lowo ebefudula edlala kuwo lamaqela. IYoung Ideas ibithelekiswe namaqela afana neBEE Stars, Holy Kings kwakunye neBush Pirates kuGroup A, kodwa apho kulomaqela khange ifumane bunzima kwaphela nanjengoko ikwazile ukufumana amanqaku alithoba (9
Points) ngaphandle kophazanyiswa naleliphi iqela. Loo nto ibonakalisa mhlophe ukuba eliqela laseBhayi liyiphumelele yomithathu imidlalo yalo ukuze lonyuselwe ukuba lidlale kumngangatho ongentla kwisizini ezayo. Iqela eliphume kwindawo yesibini nelizamileyo kuGroup A iBEE Stars, iphumelele nje imidlalo emibini kuleyo mithathu ibidlalwa liqela ngalinye lonto yathetha ukuthi ishiywe ngamanqaku amathathu lelo liphume phambile iYoung Ideas. Eliphume kwindawo yesithathu ibeyiHoly Kings ephumelele umdlalo wamnye yabethwa kwemibini ze ekugqibeleni ibeliqela leBush Pirates nebethwe kuyo yonke imidlalo. Lo gama kwelinye icala iqela laseMonti iFuture Tigers ingakhange ihambe lula konkekonke ,nanjengoko ifumene amanqaku asixhenxe kula maqela ibinyathelana nawo kuGroup B. ITigers ibithelekiswe namaqela afana neThe Stars, Walter Sisulu kwakunye neJunior Chiefs, kulo maqela ibethe amabini wogqiba yadlala ntanganye kwelinye lonto yenza ukuba
ithi kratya ngamanqaku asixhenxe (7 Points) xa kuthelekiswa namanye afumene ngaphantsi kulawo. Nakubeni eliqela laseMonti lonyuselwe nalo ukuba lidlale kumngangatho ongentla kunalowo belifudula lidlala kuwo, kodwa liphantse laphulukana nentlaka sele isemlonyeni kuba iqela iThe Stars phantse nayo yafumana amanqaku alinganayo neTigers nalapho iphele emahlanu ewafake egxoweni. IThe Stars iphume kwindawo yesibini kuGroup B emva kokuba iphumelele umdlalo wamnye ze yadlala ntanganye kwemibini imidlalo, kwindawo yesithathu kulegroup ibeyiWalter Sisulu ephumelele umdlalo omnye, yadlala ntanganye komnye ze yabethwa komnye, ekugqibeleni kulamaqela ibiyiJunior Chiefs ebethwe yomithathu imidlalo eyidlalileyo kweziPlay-Offs zeSAB League.
ITembu Royals enxibe luhlaza, ngelixa ibethwa yiZimbane Killers ngo 5-1 kwisizini ephelileyo kwiABC Motsepe League. IFOTO: ANELE RAZIYA X1Q906QD-160715-TE-ebnnon-ranger