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n an effort to alleviate the distance emergency blood needs to travel to reach patients, the Western Cape Blood Service (WCBS) launched the first township-based blood bank in Khayelitsha on Wednesday 18 September. The Khayelitsha blood bank is the fifth blood bank in the Western Cape in addition to the ones at Tygerberg Hospital, Groote Schuur Hospital, Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital and the one in Somerset West. “It is a remarkable milestone opening our first blood bank in over 20 years and there is no better place than here, at the Khayelitsha District Hospital,” said Dr Gregory Bellairs, chief executive officer and medical director at WCBS. According to Bellairs, this new blood bank will be operational for 24-hours a day. Bellairs celebrates that the Khayelitsha Hospital blood bank is ideally situated in one of the larger state hospitals and now enhances delivery to the surrounding areas. “Because the burden of disease and epidemic trauma is the highest on the Cape Flats, the establishment of this blood bank allows us to bring the supply closer to patients who need it,” said Bellairs. The WCBS currently has enough blood for two days and urgently calls on, especially group O+ and O- donors to donate blood. Irene van Schalkwyk, public relations, planning and promotions manager at

Biomedical scientist, Lililan Mokoto, is one of the heroes responsible for ensuring the correct blood reaches the intended patient at Khayelitsha Hospital’s newly launched blood bank. PHOTO: LEBOGANG TLOU WCBS, said: “We would like to appeal to all new, and regular eligible donors who belong to the O group to please come and donate blood as we are experiencing a severe shortage of this type. The demand for group O blood is always high, as this is the universal blood group and the one that is used in an emergency, where there is no time to determine the patient’s blood type.” Khayelitsha blood bank supervisor and biomedical scientist, Fuzlyn Riffel, took City Vision on a mind-opening, informative

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cross-matched against a sample of the blood in stock, to determine the most compatible match. The Khayelitsha Hospital blood bank encourages all community members who qualify to donate blood to come forth and do so, as the blood donated saves lives. People who are older than 16 and younger than 75, weigh more than 50kg, healthy on the day of donation and lead a safe sexual lifestyle are urged to be blood donors. To find out where to donate visit www.wcbs.org.za.

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kukwahlukana ngokwezimvo. Baphiwe Hlambiso; kwaLanga: Kuxa kusenzeka ingxaki, okuzuve xakusithiwa “waqhawuka ujingi abantwna bedlala”. Zwelinzima Tyhaliti; Harare: Esi saci sichaza ukudaleka kwenkathazo nokuba yingozi, kaloku ingaqhawuka imbeleko akonwatywa ngababelekisi kuba nantoni ilindelekile kulowo osukuba ebelekiswa. Sinye nesi sithi waqhawuka ujingi abantwana bedlala. Mavis Nkata; Harare: Imbeleko yinto eyenziwe ngofele lebhokhwe okanye igusha yinto ekwakubelekwa ngayo umntwana, ukuqhawuka kwayo kuthetha ukohlukana kwezihlobo ebezisondelene. Nonkqubela Duda; Philippi: Kukuphela kwemvano okanye uthando kwababini ebekungangeni moya phakathi kwabo. Nomathemba Tabata; Site B: Buphelile ubuhlobo. Zoleka Njoli; Site B: Kukuphela kobuhlobo.

ongageziyo. Nomathemba: Kukuthozama komntu. Zoleka: Ukudana.

. Ukugob’ umnqonqo: Loyiso: Ukuvumelana ngalonto bekukade kuxoxwa ngayo kungabonwa ngasonye kodwa ngoku kude kwavisiswana. Baphiwe: Ukusebenza nzima uzijule ijacu. Zwelinzima: Kukunikezela kulonto bekubanjenwe ngayo nokuba yingxoxompikiswano, kanti isenokuba ngumlo wezigalo ngelinye ixesha. Elo cala lithe loyiswa kuye kuthiwe ligobe umnqonqo kaloku ngumnqonqo onika umntu amandla kanti kusakuyekelela wona ayaphela amathemba. Mavis: Ukuba sisithuli naxa kuxoxwa ngabantu. Nonkqubela: Umntu ogob’ umnqonqo, ngumntu othuleyo ongesosithethi okanye

Yaqhawuka imbeleko: Le ntetho ithetha ukuba buphelile obo buhlobo bebuphakathi kwabo. Kakade ke ukuqhawuka kwembeleko ingaba kukwenzakala kwaloo mntu ubebelekiwe.

. Akubulelwa luvayo: Loyiso: Le ntetha ithetha ukuthi sukumcoma umntu esiva kuba uyakumgezisa. Baphiwe: Ungabomcoma umnt’ esiva hleze abenamatshamba azenze ungqondongqondo. Zwelinzima: Eli qhalo lithetha ukuthi musa ukumncoma umntu esiva kuba ubukhulu becala usuke angaziboni naxa esenza impazamo. Kuye kubaluleke ukuba umbonise ngezenzo ukumncoma nokumbulela. Mavis: Le ntetho ibhekiswà xa kubulelwa umntu owenze into encomekayo. Zoleka: Umntu akanconywa esiva hleze aphakame. Ngokwenkcazela yombhali ncwadi uMnu E.W.M Mesatywa, nazi impendulo zezaci nala maqhalo eveki endlulileyo.

Ukugob’ umnqonqo: Esi saci sithetha ukudana okanye ukuthu khunubembe mhlawumbi ukuthi nxokotho. Akubulelwa luvayo: Le ntetha ichaza ukuba umntu kuthethwa izinto ezintle ngaye mhla wafa, kuba kusithiwa wosuka abe nekratshi. Amagama eveki edlulileyo: . Indlu: Baphiwe: Angena amanz’ endlini; kuxa

kengoku kukhona ingxaki futhi ingeyonto evamise ukwenzeka. Zwelinzima: lndlu kathekwane; le ntetho ibhekisa kwinto engomelelanga nengu nomgogwana, kaloku indlu kathekwana ingawexulwa nangumoya lo umbala kangangendlela engomelelanga ngayo. Mavis: Indlu yegagu iyanetha; musa ukuxakeka kakhulu ngezinto zabànye abantu kuba ezakho uzazilibala. Nonkqubela: Indlu yengcibi iyanetha; kutshiwo kumntu mhlawumbi olichule othungela abanye abantu Kodwa ezakhe iimpahla zidlakadlaka, kude kuthiwe ingcibi ayinamzi. Nomathemba: Indlu ukutsha; omncinci makaphakamele omdala kunaye. Zoleka: Indlu yegagu iyanetha; ukwanela nje kukuthetha kube kungekho zenzo. . Umphanda: Baphiwe: Unuka umphanda; kuxa kubhekiswa emntwini obesele okanye oseleyo ngoko sesiva ngephunga eli liphuma kuye ukuba noko busiliwe apha. Zwelinzima: Ukuqwela umphanda; aphakuthethwa ngokuphela kwento ebisenziwa kaloku entselweni kunga qwelwa umphanda loo nto ithetha ukuthi utywala buphelile. Mavis: Umphanda yinto ekusilelwa kuyo utywala besintu xa kwenziwa into yokuba kutshicwe emzini. Nonkqubela: Umntu osele utywala kakhulu kuthiwa unuka umphanda. Zoleka: Ukunuka umphanda; kuxa umntu enuka utywala. . Elokuqwela: Sicela usinike isaci okanye iqhalo kunye nenkcazelo ngala magama alandelayo: Isityebi? Isithebe?

KDF member stabbed to death UNATHI OBOSE

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embers of the Khayelitsha Development Forum (KDF) are saddened by the untimely death of their treasurer, Siyamcela Jingose. He was stabbed to death in his neighbour’s house on Saturday 14 September. The forum has called for the law to take its course to ensure the perpetrator is behind the bars. Jingose was stabbed in the chest and died on the scene while “his alleged girlfriend” was injured. KDF chairperson Ndithini Tyhido described Jingose’s death as a loss not only to the forum but to the community at large. He said Jingose was a dedicated servant of the community. “As someone who was working with Siyamcela daily, I’m angry. Jingose

was one of those people who was at the forefront wanting to change Khayelitsha to be a better place,” he said. Tyhido said Jingose attended a crime summit in Paarl on the day of his death. “It is not clear why he was attacked”. Khayelitsha police station spokesperson Const Lowellan West confirmed the incident. He said a 40-year-old man was stabbed in the chest and another woman, suspected to be his girlfriend, was injured during the incident. “The suspect was arrested the same evening and he appeared in court on Monday 23 September. He was released on bail. He is allegedly not staying in Khayelitsha as he fears for his safety. He will appear again in November,” said West.

The deceased former KDF treasurer Siyamcela Jingose

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Women demand justice UNATHI OBOSE

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ore than 30 women, all wearing black and carrying placards, marched to the Philippi East police station, in Lower Crossroads, to demand an update on the case of Xoliswa Matsoso. Matsoso was allegedly torched by her husband a fortnight ago. It is alleged that Matsoso’s husband, whose whereabouts is unknown, poured paraffin on her and set her alight inside their shack. She sustained serious burn injuries to her upper body and the residents had to force him to take her to Tygerberg Hospital. She is still in critical condition. The cause of the attack is unknown.

Singing struggle songs, angry residents stated that they don’t want to see the perpetrator in the area. Some of the placards they carried read “Siwenzeni Amadoda”, “Enough is Enough”, “Justice For All” and “Women Abuse Must Fall”. Xoliswa’s younger sister Palesa accused the police of dragging their feet in dealing with the case. “We are here to find out what is going on about the case. Ever since we opened the case we have never been updated about it. We are in the dark. Not a single officer visited us or came and check where the incident happened and so on,” said Palesa. She described her sister’s husband as abusive. “Their marriage was not good. They used to fight all the time. He used to beat her

with a sjambok or a baton,” she stated. The displeased Palesa who stays in Nyanga said she was informed by her sister’s neighbour about the incident. “When I arrived, the shack was already in flames and my sister was taken to hospital. Her husband confessed that he poured paraffin on her head,” she said. Palesa said she will never forgive her brother in law because of what he did to her sister. Xoliswa’s neighbour Nandipha Cokile reiterated Palesa’s sentiments accusing Xoliswa’s husband of being a bully and abusive. “They liked to fight all the time. I even advised Xoliswa to leave her marriage because it was no longer effective,” she said. Cokile said they were preparing to go to

sleep when the incident happened. “There was some noise and later we heard Xoliswa screaming. When we went out, we saw the smoke coming from the shack. Xoliswa’s husband was fetching water from the communal tap outside. When we look inside Xoliswa was in flames,” said Cokile adding that Xoliswa’s husband told them that she lit herself. She said as women they say enough is enough about the abuse against women and children. Phillipi East police station spokesperson Capt Bheki Xulu said a case of attempted murder is registered. “The suspect threw spirits and paraffin onto Xoliswa and set her alight. The suspect is on the run and the police are still searching for him,” said Xulu.

Marikana residents stormed into the police station chanting struggle songs.

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Community of Nkanini came out to support the mother of a raped toddler. PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

Toddler allegedly ‘raped’ by a neighbour SIYABONGA KALIPA

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he mother of a “raped” Enkanini toddler is determined to see justice served despite a lack of support from the people in her community. The mother of two says she did not get any support, especially from women, although she had evidence that her three-year-old daughter had been “raped”. It is alleged the child was raped on Friday 6 September when she went to play with the alleged perpetrator’s child. The mother, whose identity cannot be made public to protect the child, says she

was stunned when her daughter told her that “her private part was painful.” She says she realised that the child had been penetrated. When she took the child to crèche, the staff confirmed her discovery, she said. The mother said her child told her that her friend’s father put her on top of him, took out his private part and penetrated her. She says this was also confirmed by her daughter’s friend who said that the father also put her on top of him but did not take out his private parts. She said they went to the doctor and it was again confirmed that the child had been “raped”.

The following day she went to the police. However, she was sent from pillar to post before the police finally decided to open a case. The Sunday Times reported that she went to open the case at Harare, but was instructed by the officers there to go to Khayelitsha police station. But police at Khayelitsha told her the matter belonged to Harare. However, the police allegedly refused to help her until her daughter vented on social media, prompting a public outcry. In an interview with City Vision on Friday 20 September, at the Khayelitsha magistrate’s court where she had a “consultation” with the social worker, the mother refused

to be drawn into the circumstances surrounding her experience with the police. However, she said she received support from them since the case was opened and was happy with their work. She is not happy with the attitude of people in her community though. “The people I thought I could trust said I was jealous of this man’s marriage hence I said he raped my child,” she said. She said she suffered a lot of abuse as well after the allegations against the man and that she had to move out of her house and go stay with relatives. She vowed to fight until justice was served.


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New boats to keep poachers at bay NOMZAMO YUKU

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n an attempt to help save and protect marine life, the City of Cape Town launched three new custom-designed boats on Wednesday 18 September. After the launch, the multimillion-rand inflatable vessels underwent a two-hourlong test at the Ocean Power Boat Club in Green Point. The marine and environmental law enforcement unit now has eight rubber ducks in their fleet of watercraft. These boats enhance the work of the marine and coastal law enforcement – which focuses on antipoaching, lifesaving and other criminal activities along the coast. The project had been in the pipeline since February this year when Stingray Marine manufacturers in Kraaifontein started designing the boats. Mike Bradley, the managing director of Stingray, says the boats are built with high-tech materials according to the international guidelines for law enforcement

Officials from the City of Cape Town had fun during a test drive of the newly launched law enforcements boats. PHOTO: NOMZAMO YUKU and military vessels. “This philosophy increases capability, durability, and survivability,” he says.

Due to quality designs of these boats, Bradley says unlike a normal boat, that takes about a week to build, these took

them four months each to complete. Selwyn de Wet, City’s marine principal officer, says having custom made boats aim to accommodate the nature of the work done by the marine staff, providing them with safer and faster models. He says one of the key components in the new boats is the anti-burst that prevents the boat from sinking when stroked by sharp objects or shot at. It also has advanced anti-fire protection. After a couple of rides, the City officials were satisfied with the quality and performances of the boat. They vowed their readiness to tackle the “critical” poaching problem and reducing the number of fatal incidents during peak season. Mayco member for safety and security, JP Smith says fighting poaching is critical, and with the new addition to their fleet of rubber ducks, this unit can further expand their reach. He says these boats are lighter, stealthier and can cut through “choppy” water and waves, making chasing down poachers easier.

Marching for climate change NOMZAMO YUKU Capetonians joined the nation in the World Global Climate Change strike on Friday 20 September. The solidarity march started from Zonnebloem, going down Keizergrancht Street to the national assembly in the central business

district. Young and old spoke in one voice; they called on the government to act to prevent climate change in Cape Town and South Africa. Most speakers, including Phindile Maxiti, Mayco member for energy and climate change, referred to Day Zero as a sign that things could get worse, but could be prevented.

Thilda Jack-Yophe from Khayelitsha said more awarenesses are needed to make sure everyone knows how to play part in conserving the environment. PHOTOS: NOMZAMO YUKU Phindile Maxiti addressed the crowd, saying the City understands their concerns and support their call.

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Foundation gives room to dream NETTALIE VILJOEN

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hen I am asked what it is that drew me to working with children, I tell people that their joy and their resilience is driven by their sense of wonder, all too often forgotten in adulthood,” says Prof Alan Davidson, head of haematology-oncology at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital. Davidson was speaking at Reach for a Dream’s formal handover of two new “Dream Rooms” – a revamped day room in the oncology ward and a playroom in the surgical ward – on Wednesday 18 September. The rooms offer children, and parents, a safe space to go and escape from their clinical surroundings. Big Concerts and Reach For A Dream joined forces to create the first of these rooms in Cape Town children’s hospitals. Heidi Rowley, Western Cape branch manager for Reach for a Dream, says here the children can have fun, read and play. “Eventually, there will be 30 such rooms at hospitals which provide critical care to children with life-threatening illnesses between the ages of three and 18.” Rowley says the foundation aims to take children out into a new environment with their families to create “dream experiences”. “But for those who rely on constant treatment and observation, it’s impossible to step out of the hospital, which is why the Dream Room concept is so important,” she explains. Justin van Wyk, chief executive officer of Big Concerts, and his wife Karen say the initiative is close to their hearts. The promoter of live entertainment events has supported the foundation since 2015 when it made two children’s dream to attend a One Direction concert come true. But the Van Wyks’s involvement became a lot more personal when their daughter, Annabelle (now 5), was diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of three and a half. “We had just moved to our new home. Adrian (now 7) and Annabelle were so excited about having their own rooms for the first time. “Then Annabelle was diagnosed. A day later, she was admitted to Red Cross hospital. We went from this warm and fuzzy environment to a clinical one, just like that.” Justin says the experience was scary. They spent three weeks in hospital followed

Mitzi Franken, head of nursing at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, Justin van Wyk, CEO of Big Concerts, Heidi Rowley, Western Cape branch manager of Reach for a Dream, Prof Alan Davidson, head of haematology-oncology at the Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital, and Karen van Wyk. PHOTO: NETTALIE VILJOEN by another six weeks a year later. “When Mervyn Serebro (national chairman for the foundation) announced the Dream Room initiative at the gala event last year, it resonated with me and Karen,” he says. In addition to the two Dream Rooms, the reception area at the oncology ward also got a makeover. It now boasts a colourful play area complete with brand new chairs, tables and toys. When it comes to the surgical ward’s new

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The unit now sports state-of-the-art ECG monitors, private consulting rooms and isolation areas for vulnerable patients, as well as a counselling room for a social worker. It also includes fully equipped ablution facilities for families, a renovated filing room and a bigger nurses’ tea room. Big Concerts also contributed generously to this project driven by the Children’s Hospital Trust (CHT). V For more information on Reach for a Dream, call 011 880 1743 or email info@reachforadream.org.za

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playroom (which includes an Xbox), Sister Nomsa Nxu, operational manager: nursing, says she is not sure who was more thrilled: her or the children. “The Dream Room’s purpose is twofold. Yes, it’s for the children, but it is also a place where tired moms, who often stay up the whole night – worrying about their children – can go to rest for a bit.” The handover comes hot on the heels of the upgrade of the oncology-haematology unit at the hospital.

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Serving the community for years AVRIL FILLIES

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hen her children left school 33 years ago, she decided to be of service to her community and fellow man. Since the 1980s Margaret Voogt (83) from Blomtuin, Bellville, has dedicated her whole life to serving her fellow man and community – and is still doing it. She is one of the finalists in the 80 years and older category of the Community Champions Elder Awards presented by People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, in partnership with Spec-Savers. “I don’t like being in the limelight but prefer to be in the background. This is my 34th year dedicating my time to be of service to whoever needs it and it started 34 years ago when my kids were still at Durbanville High School,” Margaret said when TygerBuger visited her at home. She worked in the tuck shop at the school and when her kids left school she had to find something else to do. “I started with a refreshment trolley at Tygerberg and Karl Bremer hospitals for all the wards. When the nurses decided to open their own tuck shop I started with needlework. We made toiletry bags for kids in hospital over the festive season and gave it as gifts to the patients. In the bags were shampoo and other toiletries. “Nowadays, I am knitting bootees and caps for premature babies. I collect secondhand clothing and every three months we have a sale. “My team and I usually stored the clothing in boxes at the hospital, but a storeroom was cleaned and we use that space as our storeroom,” Margaret said. She visits Karl Bremer every Thursday and all the clothes that are not sold are handed over to Patricia Groenewald of Avondale, to hand out where there is a need.

“We sometimes get knitted squares and use that to make blankets for the rape centre at Karl Bremer hospital. The past 20 years I am a volunteer catering coordinator at the Bellville East Reformed Church for the non-governmental organisation, Koningskinders. This is a group of underprivileged kids that we take on a camping trip every term. “The kids are from Aristea Primary School in Kraaifontein and the principal selects who attends the camps. The camp is over five days and is held at the Melkbosstrand Cultural Centre and matrics or college students are the group leaders. Each group leader has three children to take care of for the duration of the camp and the camp has a Christian theme,” she said. The leader and kids read the Bible, say a prayer and are involved in certain activities like a concert and dress up. As part of her involvement with Koningskinders she makes food parcels and distributes them in the Kraaifontein community. At her local church, she has been doing flower baskets for sick people every Sunday since 2000 to brighten their day. “I don’t have money to give away but God gave me hands to reach out and contribute with. As I mentioned in the beginning, I don’t want publicity but appreciate the fact that I was nominated for the Community Champions Elders Award,” she chuckled. Her compassion for the needy continues to be her daily focus despite her age and fragility. She has 11 great-grandchildren for whom she also knits beanies and bonnets when she gets time, and is waiting to hear the gender of her next great-grandchild. V The winners of the awards will be announced at a morning tea on 12 October in Cape Town. Winners and runners-up will walk away Shoprite vouchers and other prizes sponsored by TygerBurger, People’s Post, City Vision, and Spec-Savers.

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Women fight for their rights UNATHI OBOSE Concerned women converged at Town Two Park on Saturday 21 September to launch their organisation Imbiza. The organisation which comprises 40 members from different areas was established to encourage women to be independent and fight for their rights. Event organiser Asanda Tshendu described the organisation as a platform for women to share their problems and help each other. “We believe that as women we are still oppressed and we don’t have value in our communities. So, by forming this organisation we want to stand up and speak in one voice and fight our own battles,” she said. She stated that they welcome everyone regardless if they are married or not. “We need women who have a passion to make a change in our communities. Someone

who believes in herself,” she said adding that they are against gender-based violence. One of the members of the organisation Nosiphosethu Nyalela said their aim is to assist each other as women. “Sometimes there are things that you can’t share with your siblings or relatives. Now you can come and share them with us as a group. In the group, we have people with different professions like educators, social workers, nurses etcetera. If we are unable to resolve it we will refer that particular person to a relevant a non-governmental organisation (NGO) to assist,” said Nyalela. She said part of the things they do are stokvel, having birthday parties and going out to camps. However, Tshendu stated that for now, they have a challenge of space to hold meetings. “We don’t have a specific place to have our meetings,” she said.

Talking trash: A citizen’s guide at First Thursdays The topic of waste management will be on the agenda at a public meeting held early in October. The Waste Minimisation and Recycling Interest Group (WMRIG), an interest group of the Institute of Waste Management (IWMSA), will be hosting the event as part of the First Thursdays initiative. The purpose of the event, held in collaboration with the City of Cape Town, is to clarify any confusion that citizens may have on managing household waste. It is also an opportunity to showcase how the City is embracing pillar 4 of the newly published resilience strategy which calls for

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Magic show to cast a spell NETTALIE VILJOEN

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ay the word “magician” and the image of a man in a black suit, waving a wand around, immediately pops into your head. This is the stereotype that Rondebosch resident Santika Naidoo (21), a graduate of the College of Magic and a member of its voluntary teaching staff, wants to change. “Too many girls grow up thinking the only avenue open to them in the magic and illusion industry is that of the ambiguous temptress, standing on the side. But they don’t want to be the one just holding the props or even being the prop. So they begin to believe magic isn’t for girls.” Naidoo, director of the college’s latest production, World of Magic!, is living proof that nothing is further from the truth. The full-time Arts in Film and Television, Psychology and Organisational Psychology student is in her final year at the University of Cape Town. She says her participation in the college’s six-year training programme played a huge role in her decision to pursue a career in en- Be whisked away to a World of Magic! with the College of tertainment. “The college offers a range of courses. One of them is theatre production lege. which focuses more on the technical side, for “Modern technology and social media example, editing and lighting. My training have caused us as a society to become distant taught me so many skills and it opened my from one another. But people still crave that eyes to the opportunities in the industry.” feeling of being connected, of being imShe says the understanding of how to cre- mersed in the moment. With the knowledge ate a guided and immersive experience is I’ve gained, I hope to create that holistic exone of the greatest lessons taught at the col- perience for audiences.”

spent years training under the tutelage of strong female magicians, I relished the opportunity to help our young girls find their own voice and performance styles.” The show’s diverse cast features some of the Mother City’s exceptional entertainers, illusionists, clowns and jugglers, all between the ages of 10 and 19. It promises to whisk the audience through a fantastical world filled with illusions, magic, hilarious antics and fun-filled fantasy. When Naidoo and her then codirector, Michelle Gore, were given the task to put together the production at the beginning of the year, they decided to recreate that sense of childlike wonder. Gore withdrew from the project in August to pursue her PhD studies in atmospheric sciences at the Tenn State University in the United States of America (USA). “By taking the audience on a journey through the different worlds of magic, the show reminds you what it felt like when everything was still new and exciting; when your desire to exMagic’s entertainers performing at the Artscape Theatre. plore was bigger than the fear of PHOTO: ANDREW KLAZINGA the unknown,” says Naidoo. Catch the show at the Artscape So, for her, the reward for heading up this Theatre on Sunday 6 October at 14:00 and new show as its director is twofold. Besides 16:30. crafting a magical journey for audiences, Tickets are R165 with discounts for family she also has the chance to transform the bookings available. roles of women in the male-dominated magic Book at Computicket. industry. V For more information, visit www.collegeofmag“We specialise in making the impossible ic.com, call 021 683 5480 or send email to info@colpossible at the College of Magic. Having legeofmagic.com.

Participants in a charity trail run that took place earlier this year tackled an uphill on the Zevenwacht route. Join TygerBurger for a 5km trail run on the same route on Saturday 19 October. The trail offers breathtaking views of the entire peninsula. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX

Brave the Zevenwacht route in our trail run Lace up your tekkies, “wear your newspaper” and join TygerBurger, City Vision’s sister publication, on Saturday 19 October at our first trail run at Zevenwacht Wine Estate in Kuils River. The 5km trail run starts at 08:00. The uphill and winding route takes participants through the vineyards and has breathtaking views of the entire peninsula. Entry costs R100 for adults and includes a bottle of wine from Zevenwacht. Children aged six to 17 pay R50 and chil-

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City to celebrate holidays with learners The City of Cape Town is inviting all youth to the spring holiday events at the Muizenberg Pavilion and the Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve during the upcoming school holiday. The City and Muizenberg police will be hosting events at the Muizenberg Pavilion until Friday 27 September. The events will focus on environmental education, and will educate the youth on important crime and safety issues. Learners can also look forward to a dog show, arts and crafts, and games. The City’s Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve will be hosting learners at the reserve on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 September. Activities include guided walks through the nature reserve, as well as free boat rides from the yacht club to the reserve. All learners between the ages of six and 18 are welcome to attend. The times for each event are as follows: . Environmental education sessions; safety and security awareness sessions; dog show; arts and crafts and games at the Muizenberg Pavilion, at 1 Beach Road, from 10:00 to 14:00. . Guided walks and free boat rides at Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve on Saturday and Sunday from 09:00 to 15:00. Visitors should always wear sunscreen and bring drinking water along. It is advisable to wear comfortable clothes, a sun hat and good hiking shoes or boots when doing the walks. V For more information on the City’s nature reserves, click on the following link: www.capetown.gov.za/naturereserves.

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Let asseblief daarop dat die Dranklisensie Hernuwingsfooie toegeneem het. Dranklisensiehouers, maak asseblief seker dat u dranklisensie voor 31 Desember 2019 hernu word sodat dit vir die jaar 2020 geldig kan wees. Indien 'n jaarlikse hernuwingskennisgewing nie ontvang word nie, rus die verantwoordelikheid steeds op die dranklisensiehouer om die voorgeskrewe hernuwingsfooi voor of op 31 Desember elke jaar te betaal. Indien u sou versuim om u lisensie teen 31 Desember 2019 te hernu, kan u dranklisensie moontlik verval of kan u beboet word vir die laat betaling van u hernuwingsfooi. Alle fooie kan in die bankrekening van die Wes-Kaapse Drankowerheid inbetaal word of u kan ook direk by ons elektroniese betaalpunt by ons kantore betaal. Vir enige verduideliking van die hernuwingsproses, kontak gerus die kantoor van die Wes-Kaapse Drankowerheid by 021 204 9805/021 204 9700, of stuur 'n e-pos na Liquor.Enquiries@wcla.gov.za

Nceda uqaphele ukuba iiRhafu zokuThengiswa kweMvume yoTywala ziye zenyuka. Mniniwelayisensi yokuthengisa utywala, qinisekisa ukuba uvuselela ilayisensi yokuthengisa utywala ngaphambi komhla we-31 Disemba 2019 khona ukuze ibe yesemthethweni ngonyaka ka-2020. Ukuba isaziso sokuhlaziya sonyaka awukasifumani, iseluxanduva lomnini welayisensi yokuthengisa utywala ukuba ahlawule imirhumo yonyaka emiselweyo phambi kwe31 Disemba, minyaka le. Ukungaphumeleli ukuhlawula ilayisenisi ngowama-31 Disemba 2019 kungakhokelela ekuphelelweni lixesha kwelayisenisi yakho yokuthengisa utywala okanye intlawuliso zemidliwo ngokuhlawula emva kwexesha elisekwiweyo lohlaziyo. Zonke iintlawulo mazenziwe kwi-akhawunti yebhanki ye-Western Cape Liquor Authority. Ukuba ufuna ingcaciso malunga nenkqubo yokuvuselela, qhagamshelana ne-ofisi ye-Western Cape Liquor Authority kwezi nombolo 021 204 9805 okanye 021 204 9700 okanye Liquor.Enquiries@wcla.gov.za.

NB: All liquor licence holders that opted for a biennial renewal back in 2017 (in order to renew licences for 2018 and 2019) are to continue with such renewal option as they are no allowed to revert to annual renewal.

LW: Alle dranklisensiehouers wat in 2017 'n tweejaarlikse hernuwing gekies het (om lisensies vir 2018 en 2019 te hernu), moet voortgaan met die hernuwingsopsie, aangesien hulle nie toegelaat word om na die jaarlikse hernuwing terug te keer nie.

The Western Cape Liquor Authority’s bank account details are as follows: NAME OF ACCOUNT HOLDER: Western Cape Liquor Authority NAME OF BANK: Nedbank Ltd. South Africa BRANCH CODE: 198765 ACCOUNT NUMBER: 145 206 9883 ACCOUNT TYPE: Current Account

Die Wes-Kaap Drankowerheid se bankrekeningbesonderhede is soos volg: NAAM VAN REKENING HOUER: Western Cape Liquor Authority NAAM VAN BANK: Nedbank Ltd. South Africa TAK NOMMER: 198765 REKENING NOMMER: 145 206 9883 REKENING TIPE: Lopende Rekening

QAPHELA: Bonke abanini beelayisensi zotywala abaye bakhetha uhlaziyo lweminyaka emibini ngonyaka ka-2017 (ukulungiselela ukuvuselela iilayisensi ngo-2018 nango-2019) baqhubeka ngolu hlobo lokuhlaziya njengoko bengavunyelwa ukuba baphinde bakhethe uvuselelo lonyaka ngonyaka. Umrhumo wakho omiselweyo kumele ukuba uhlawulwe kwi-akhawunti yebhanki ye-Western Cape Liquor Authority ethi: NAME OF ACCOUNT HOLDER: Western Cape Liquor Authority NAME OF BANK: Nedbank Ltd. South Africa ACCOUNT NUMBER: 145 206 9883 BRANCH CODE: 198765 ACCOUNT TYPE: Current Account

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CITY VISION Thursday, 26 September 2019

Injongo receives new soccer kit UNATHI OBOSE

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earners and teachers from Injongo Primary School in Khayelitsha were on cloud nine when members of the MTN 8 Legends donated soccer equipment to the school on Thursday 19 September. Some of the legends who attended the event were former Orlando Pirates and Mamelodi Sundowns midfielder Benedict Vilakazi and former Santos defender Andries Burton. They donated three full kits with 16 sets each, 16 pairs of soccer boots, 16 pairs of shin guards and 12 balls. The legends also held coaching clinics from the Thursday to Saturday and showed the learners the new MTN 8 Cup. Vilakazi said the initiative is a nationwide programme sponsored by MTN 8 to promote the soccer tournament. The annual tourmanent is played by the top eight teams in the previous Premier Soccer League (PSL) season. Winners walk away with R8 milllion. The final for this year’s competition is between Supersport United and Highlands Park. It will be played at Orlando Stadium on Saturday 5 October. “This is part of giving back to the supporters and allowing them to be involved in the game. During the final game fans will be allowed to select their man of the match and one fan will win a trip overseas together with his or her partner,” he said. “What is nice about this year is that if a fan wins something he or she has the right to exchange it for cash.”

Learners wearing the new kit donated by the MTN 8 Legends. Andries Burton and Benedict Vilakazi are holding the MTN 8 Cup. Injongo principal Sithembile Mhletywa described the event as a great initiative to develop players. He said they have a good relationship with MTN. The MTN Foundation built the school a computer lab. He said the school members are honoured and appreci-

ate what MTN 8 has done for them. “By having a soccer kit, I believe the spirit of the boys will be boosted when they are playing,” he said. Grade 5 learner Sibusiso Mtshawulana (11) expressed their gratitude to the legends

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for giving them soccer equipment. “We didn’t have a kit and were using t-shirts of the dancers when we were playing. Now we will be recognised,” said Mtshawulana. He said former Kaizer Chiefs player Simphiwe Tshabalala is his favourite player.

Young Tigers (black and gold) trashed Standard FC 7-0 on a league game last week Sunday. PHOTO: UNATHI OBOSE

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The team of Langa celebrating at Newlands Stadium after they were promoted to Super League B when they beat Scottsdene-Central by 26-14.

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anga Rugby Club always new that they deserve to be in Super League B and this dream was achieved on Tuesday 24 September when they beat Scottsdene-Central by 26-14 at Newlands Stadium. This win means that Langa was promoted to Super League B next year. “It’s a big achievement for the young players in the club whose ages range from 25 to 30. We always remind them that in their lifetime at the club they must achieve something, and that is exactly what they did,” said Mzoxolo Kutta, chairman of the club. “To be honest, we always knew that we deserve to be in Super League B. This year we had everything at our disposal in terms of the right coach, the right players and a capable executive. Last year we were always unlucky in the outcome of our matches,” he said. According to him their downfall last year was that they could not pick players to align with the capabilities and skills that they

needed to be a force to be reckoned with in the competition. “Luckily we received a sponsorship from the Lotto and we used that to strengthen the team and put everything in place to improve on last year’s performance. “Our biggest challenge going forward is to get a sponsor. This year all expenses were out of our own pockets. We could see the impact the Lotto this year but we have to secure our own sponsor as soon as possible,” Kutta said. He said that all the teams that played in Super League C this year were tough. “Our club started in 2002 and ever since the club’s establishment any opponent playing against us, was out to beat us. “There is a saying among teams that Langa and Langa Stadium are the graveyards of teams. It is the club’s philosophy that no one must leave Langa with a win. It is a culture now,” he chuckled. Langa has a strong brand of rugby and if he can single out a team that gave them a run for their money this year, it was their

opponents in the final, namely Scottsdene Central. “We were ready to play against Hands & Heart, also from Kraaifontein, but due to a disciplinary hearing not being finalised and referees refusing to handle matches where Hands & Heart are involved until the problem was solved, we had to shift our focus. “We were disappointed to not play against them but focused to do to Scotssdene what we intended doing to Hands & Heart. “Scottsdene was one of the tricky teams that we competed against this year. The success of the club is due to a group of players who play and work for each other. Our fullback Phaphama Dyantyi surprised friend and foe and was exceptional and the key player,” Kutta said. Sipho Mgobozi, player and spokesperson of the club, said in the past they lost crucial games in the league which led Langa to miss out on the Top 6 playoffs, or they lose in the first round of the playoffs. “Everyone is over the moon about this achievement. It has been a season of hard

work on and off the field to ensure we achieve our set goal of winning the league and gaining promotion. “On Tuesday 24 September we just enjoyed the moment with everyone involved. A few bottles were popped and we are in the process of planning a proper end of year function to recognise everyone involved and say thank you for their efforts this year,” he said. According to him there are no star players at the club and believes that every player contributes to the success of the team. “This contribution was seen throughout the season and everyone worked well on the field to achieve the goal. “Our goals for 2020 is player recruitment, to attract sponsors to assist with the daily operations of the club and gain experience in Super League B and maintain our status in that league,” Mgobozi said. The celebrations are currently on hold as the club is preparing for the WP Score 7s that kicks off on Saturday 12 October until Saturday 12 November.

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