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Justice for Bongiwe SPINDOG MOTSAMAI
ongiwe Ninini has received justice at last. Cape Town High Court Acting Judge Mushtak Parker has handed down a life sentence for each of her four killers. Masithembe Solontsi, Phumlani Nyewu, Melikhaya Mgushelo and Thabiso Balithoba killed her and then dumped her lifeless body in an open drain, not far from where she lived. The murder took place on Saturday 18 July 2015, in Ikhwezi Park. The Western Cape Provincial Commissioner, Lieutenant General Khombinkosi Jula, welcomed the conviction and sentencing of the four convicted killers. The murder and the subsequent trial made headlines in the media in the Western Cape, moreover as it had taken place on the birthday of one of South Africa’s most revered leaders, Nelson Mandela. It was also at a time when the nation was still reeling at his demise, a mere one-and -a- half years earlier. Ninini was 20-years-old at the time of her death. An intensive investigation into the case led to the swift arrest of three suspects between the ages of 19 and 21 who resided in Site C in Khayelitsha. They first appeared in the Khayelitsha Magistrate’s Court on the morning of 29 July 2015. “Khayelitsha residents stood by police in their area and came forward with information to assist the SAPS with the investigation,” said Commissioner Jula. He said they welcomed the convictions of four men for the murder. “The team of detectives who worked on the case are lauded for their thorough investigation to ensure the four convictions. “As the SAPS worked closely with the community of Khayelitsha to reach this victory over heartless criminals, the communi-
Masithembe Solontsi, Phumlani Nyewu, Melikhaya Mgushelo and Thabiso Balithoba were sentenced at Western Cape High Court earlier on Monday. ty members are urged to continue to mobilise themselves into legitimate structures to continue making a difference on the crime front,” he said. Bongiwe’s tearful mother, Nomlozi Ninini has been in court ever since the case into
the murder of her 20-year-old daughter started. She said although she was “happy but that would not bring back my daughter”. She described her late daughter as a friendly, joyful, young woman.
Judge Parker said Bongiwe Ninini was relentlessly and savagely killed in a planned attack, while unarmed, vulnerable and hopelessly outnumbered. SANCO’s Jabu Mahlangu said the sentence reassures our communities.
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My life journey to hell and back I was still in school in 2012 when I received a huge inheritance from my father’s estate. When I signed the documents with the assistance of my mother, I realised that, suddenly I was one of the rich kids at school. I amassed a lot of friends around me. In the same year I bought myself a motor-vehicle, just two weeks after getting the money. Even though I did not have a legal driving document, my friends and I would cruise till the early hours of morning. That's was when I started a night-life of partying, getting drunk and smoking. Every Friday we would go to nightclubs, smoke drugs, get high, laughing loud; this became our life style. One time I drove from Bulwer to Durban, and there were eight of us in VW Golf. I was arrested and my car was seized. In panic, I called mom to explain what had happened. Although she was not happy with my actions, she still went to loan sharks so she could get me out of jail, and bring my car back home. Then I started skipping classes in Grade 12. I was heavy into smoking weed, a 30 pack of cigarettes, was my kind of life. I then sold my VW Golf because I had befriended some DJ’s, who I had just started deejaying with. I sold my car for R15000 then bought a sound system. I hadn’t told anyone I was selling my car, not even my mom. I just arrived home with a car no one knew how it was acquired. I failed my matric that year, but it suddenly dawned on me that I had forfeited everything I had ever dreamt of before the inheritance of R45000. I became so good at deejaying that my friends became jealous of me, seeing me as a threat to their own careers. I would make about R600 in one night and double that for weekend work. Because I was smoking and drinking, I
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would spend that money on girls and friends, buying alcohol, weed and pills. I would go home with R50 if not R80. When people who cared about me told me that I needed to change my life, I thought they were jealous of me because I was making money and always having friends around me. I got hooked to drugs in such a way that I started selling my sound system piece by piece because I was starting to think about my next fix. After I had sold my sound system, I spent the money buying drugs, and when the money was finished, my friends deserted me. I was in debt and I started stealing because I wanted to maintain my “good life “ so to speak. I started stealing small things like cellphones, until I thought: “no man, this is working for me”, let me steal something bigger. I stole about R300 from my mother’s purse, but graduated to stealing laptops. My family had had enough of me...I was a drunk, a smoker and a thief. One day I came to my senses. I found myself talking alone in my room and I asked myself if this was how I wanted to live my life. Was this how I wanted to be known as a person who was a nobody. At that very moment I knew I had to change my life. I visited a local pastor who happened to be our neighbour. He knew me, and so knew the purpose of the visit. We sat down and I poured my heart to him, whereupon he gave me a small testament, which I asked what I should do with. He asked me to read whichever part spoke to my condition. I read this small testament daily. He then took me to a place called KwaSizabantu Mission, where I received counselling, prayers and I accepted Jesus into my life. I went back to my family and apologized for the life I have been living, they accepted me back and I am proud to say that I am clean; I don’t smoke or drink, I am a new person, a child of God and I am back at school studying mechanical engineering. SABELO DLAMINI via email
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Discrimination of HIV folders aids to the stigma Discrimination in our community health clinics against person’s living with HIV/Aids is not acceptable. The stigma and discrimination are the main reasons why people are reluctant to get tested, disclose their HIV status and take antiretroviral drugs (ARVs). It is distasteful when the health facilities that are supposed to promote anti-discrimination laws are being the ones seemingly promoting it. You walk into township clinics, HIV patients have specially marked folders and are allocated in separate sections within the establishment. The moment you walk to that section everybody already knows your business for being in the clinic. This discrimination and promotion of stigmatization at health facilities will result in people being discouraged to utilize clinics. Already people are obdurately unwilling to take voluntarily HIV tests
and as result people are diagnosed late, when the virus has already progressed to AIDS. Making the treatment less effective and increasing the likelihood of transmitting HIV to others, and causing early death. Our health facilities need to be integrated meaning all doctors need to be able to see all patients, HIV positive or not and that will mean everybody in the clinic will be guaranteed the same treatment. This will decrease the epidemic of fear to go to test, stigmatization and discrimination; people will probably find health facilities friendlier and easier to walk in without being judged about their HIV statuses. Currently there are doctors assigned for the ARV patients and doctors for everything else. This is absolutely unacceptable and discrimination of the highest order. NDIKHO KWINANA Nyanga East
Give up a little or more; make the most gains In life, we all have to sacrifice something to get something great. You either sacrifice your time, love, relationship, money, a loved possession like car, the house or clothing. That’s success is –in order to get it, you have to sacrifice something else. Many entrepreneurs, teachers and life-changers sacrificed so many things to get where they are. A great businessman once said: “One doesn’t wake up in the morning and be successful; you have to work hard for it.” Sir Richard Branson sacrificed school so he can start the well-known brand that is Virgin Active business. Tata Nelson Mandela sacrificed his
family and time in prison so that he can become the first Black president of a democratic South Africa and Steve Bantu Biko sacrificed his life so that his Black Power legacy may live on until today. You work hard and sacrifice for something in order to get it ; you don’t just wait for God to bless you without taking action. God blesses those who are able to take action in order to change their current situations. Be in charge of your life and be the change you want; stop blaming and complaining. Start something great because you are capable of doing such. Action and Sacrifice are the Genesis of Success. NOLUVUYO SOYAYA Mfuleni
Work-place equity dream broken as department fails to protect us I want to touch on an issue that most of us are shying away from tackling, notwithstanding the fact that it affects us in a big way. By talking about this issue, I hope it can bring to the fore our lived experiences in our respective places of employment. Almost two decades to the day, the government legislated into law a strategy called affirmative action in order to effect remedial action on past segregationist practice in the South African workplace. This was followed by legislation called Employment Equity in order to redress the exclusionary imbalances of the past, as pertained to Black ownership of business and commercial interests. I want to touch on the latter. This after carefully considering and patiently waiting for the political powers-that-be to realize or take note that employers are not coming to the party and that something was amiss in terms of enforcing this legislation. When the so-called democracy was ushered in, so many things and ideas were put in place as a result of our glamorous looking constitution and EE(employment equity) was borne of this arrangement too.
Thobile Ndzube When it was introduced there was a big outcry from those who were benefiting from the previous regime and that their kids will be denied employment and promotions at the expense of Black people. However, the government left it to the companies to apply this legislation. What transpired instead is that some companies started on this route to implement changes but then suddenly made a turn-around after the
realization that there were loopholes in the whole law. To date, all the strides that have been made in the application of EE have been reversed because there are no proper monitoring mechanisms and policing in place. In reality you can never ask me to police myself...surely I will not throw myself whole-heartedly into the project. It is a pity that the pain and anguish that our people are going through at their respective places of employment has not been exposed, so that we let the masses know what is happening there and that all is not well, let alone the fact that people end up quietly resigning from their jobs. You need to look around and possibly conduct a self-survey as regards job-hopping, you’d be surprised at the result. There is so much happening at our places of employment that is displeasing, but the department that is supposed to be championing this fight is toothless. Labour practise injustices are a very grave form of injustice and can lead to undesirable consequences. I feel that the Labour Department is failing the very people it was established to protect from exploitation.
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Delight as children get shoes MBONGISENI MASEKO
t was a wonderful day when needy learners from four schools received a donation of school uniforms, at Ummangaliso Primary School, in Khayelitsha, on Wednesday. The donation to learners from Sakumlandela, Ntwasahlobo, Sobambisana and Ummangaliso Primary Schools came after councillors from the City of Cape Town based in the area made an appeal to businesses and non governmental organisations (NGOs) to buy the uniform. Councillor Sabelo Mbolompo, who is the Democratic Alliance (DA) chairperson in the area, said this was their part in making a difference in the lives of children from disadvantaged background. “I know that other children are suffering, because of various reasons. Some go to school wearing worn out shoes and some do not have school uniform. So we embarked on this campaign where we asked businesses and NGOs to donate the school uniform. We understand that some learners end-up quitting school, because they do not have proper school uniform and we want to close that gap,” Mbolompo said.
Mbolompo also said the campaign saw them handing over sanitary towels to learners at Kuyasa Primary School and school uniform to eight learners at Injongo Primary School, last month. He said this is an ongoing campaign and more schools in the area are set to benefit from it. Zameka Sonamzi, 28, Liyema Sonamzi’s mother, said the donation came at the right time when her child needed it the most. “I am very happy, because he did not have the school uniform. I am unemployed so I cannot afford to buy the school uniform. I sorely depended on my grandmother’s pension. I would like to thank those who donated,” Sonamzi said. Mlungisi Siko, the principal at Ummangaliso Primary School, said not having a school uniform badly affects learners. “I want to thank the councillors for the donation. Parents are not the same. There are those who can afford and those who cannot afford to buy school uniform. Social grant is not enough to cover everything. We have a policy here that learners should were school uniform from the first day of the school calendar, but we give parents three months to buy uniform, because we
Councillors from the City of Cape Town handed over donation of school uniform at Mmangaliso Primary School, in Khayelitsha, on Wednesday. PHOTO: MBONGISENI MASEKO understand their situations. School uniform is important, because it gives learners self identity and makes them proud of being
learners in the school,” he said. Siko also said he hopes that the campaign will continue in future.
Motorists warned in Nyanga SPINDOG MOTSAMAI Nyanga police have warned motorists to be on the lookout for robbers on the on and off ramps of Borchedds Quarry. According to Captain Ntomboxolo Sitshitshi this intersection, Klipfontein and New Eisleben Roads in the Crossroads vicinity were high crime areas. “Incidents of smash and grabs have been reported in these areas and women as well have been victims. Drivers and passengers are advised not to display their valuables. Keep them locked in the boot,” said Sitshitshi. She advised to be on the look-out for suspicious persons and be vigilant when approaching robots in the mentioned roads. Sitshitshi also revealed that more than 170 suspects have been apprehended in Nyanga policing precinct in a period of a week. She said that the arrests were a results of various operations targeting the Browns Farm, Crossroads, Nyanga, Cossovo and Samora Machel, Heinz Park and Sweet Home Farms areas. “Of the total arrests 103 suspects only were arrested from Friday to Sunday. Three suspects were apprehended for the possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, 13 suspects were apprehended for cases of murder. More than 20 for dealing and possession of drugs, 19 for dealing in liquor, 20 for cases assault with grievous bodily harm as well as drunken driving,” she said. She added that other suspects were de-
tained for assaults, crimes against women and children, possession of stolen vehicle, malicious damage to property and other various crimes. Liters of liquor, substantial amounts of drugs, two firearms and dangerous weapons were confiscated, she concluded.
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Yomelela reaps green rewards MBONGISENI MASEKO
omelela Primary School in Khayelitsha has become one of the schools that garnered the top honours in a gardening competition in the province. They received a cheque to the value of R20 000 and a citation after coming second in the contest, sponsored by the Western Cape Department of Education. The school participated in the National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP) and beat seven other schools from the province in category B. Spruitdrift Primary School, which is situated in Vredendal, walked away with the first prize. Category A is for a big garden which, at times generate profits of over 100 000 in sales, locally and abroad. Zowa Primary School, in Ladismith, won Category C for smaller gardens. Makholiwe Xhotyeni, assistant director at the WCED, said the competition was not an easy one for the contestants. “The standard was very high. It was not easy to identify the winners. There is still a room for improvement for the schools in Category B to qualify to compete in Category A,” Xhotyeni said.
Lindelwa Sopotela, provincial programme manager for NSNP applauded the programme. She said it provides nutritious meals to needy learners in both primary and high schools. Sopotela also said they always encourage learners to eat fruits and vegetables. Denise Theunissen, NSNP district coordinator for the Metro-East District, said she was proud to be part of such a fruitful project. “The school works as a team. Thank you so much for the good work that you do. We congratulate you and continue doing the great job,” Theunissen said. Zoe Mafilika, the school principal, said the garden is a big help in the school and also in the community. “The garden helps us with curriculum development for the learners and also provides food for needy residents through the Ikhaya Le Themba (Community of Hope) project. It also enhances the entrepreneurship skills of learners. They will one day become commercial farmers. Our learners also plant vegetables at their homes,” Mafilika said. There are 45 learners in Grade 6 who are part of the garden project. The garden at the school started three
Sibongiseni Dlaku, deputy principal, Lundi Mgedezi, an official from the Metro-East District, Denise Theunissen, NSNP district coordinator for the Metro-East, Pricipal Zoe Mafilika, Lindelwa Sopotela, provincial programme manager for NSNP and learners during the handover of the cheque and certificate, at Yomelela Primary School in Khayelitsha. PHOTO: MBONGISENI MASEKO years ago. Nqobile Marawu, a learner, said he was “very happy” that his school won the compe-
tition. Marawu said he has already decided to make his career in agriculture.
Sponsors put cyclists in the riding seats MANDLA MAHASHE A team of professional cyclists from Khayelitsha has received a major boost just in time for the Cape Epic Competition next month. Team Velokhaya presented their new jerseys on Friday at their Khayelitsha establishment as part of their sponsorship. They were presented their road and mountain biking jerseys as they were preparing for an upcoming race. According to the organisation’s General Manager Sipho Mona, the team also welcomed new sponsors and continue working with the current. “We are welcoming a new sponsor, Giant, a bicycle manufacture who has donated gear worth more than a R100 000. We also welcome Thusele and continue our relationships with Rand Water and Transnet. We are very grateful for these sponsors because their support make it possible for us to run our daily business of competing at a national level,” said Mona. Velokhaya has a team of 7 professional riders who compete in both the road and mountain bike competitions in the country.
Team Velokhaya members from left to right Thulasizwe Mxenge, Lutho Maxengwana, Mthetheleli Bonga, Thulani Anton, Luthando Kaka and Thando Zathu. PHOTO: MANDLA MAHASHE The organisation was founded in Khayelitsha 14 years ago with many of its members having started riding with the club from
when they were as young as eight years old. Mona said that cycling is an expensive sport and it is often diffi-
cult for their organisation to keep up despite knowledgeable successes in the past. “For our riders this is the only
source of income ; it is their profession and they have to be paid. The sport is also very expensive...The equipment is quite expensive to buy and to maintain,” he said. He said some of the major challenges they faced as an organisation was the perception that it(cycling) was not a Black sports. “People in the township still don’t see it as a(kind) sport that they can get into, but young children love bikes, so they are the ones that show interest. Also because its largely a White sport, there are unfortunate incidents of racism,” said Mona. He said that they were confident of a good showing in upcoming events. One such young rider is Lutho Maxengwana. He said that he was happy to receive such support as much as he was anxious about the upcoming Cape Epic with will take place in March. The 18-year-old from Khayelitsha, who joined the organisation at the age of eight, just made the professional team this year and is excited of his journey. “I’m very excited to compete at this level, but also very anxious as the competition is better than what I’m used to.” he said.
Zuma pays an unannounced visit to Nyanga police station As President Jacob Zuma embarked on an impromptu tour of the country’s “murder capital”, he has assured the police and community of Nyanga that government will do everything to fight crime and make the community safer. Zuma went on an unannounced visit to the Nyanga police station on Tuesday. The visit happened just as Stats SA announced that South Africans were feeling unsafe and that 41.7% of households believed crime had increased in their areas in the last three years, compared to 31.2% in 2010. The visit was part of the Presidential Siyahlola Monitoring Programme to gain a first-hand account of work that is being done to fight crime in the area. The Nyanga South African Police Service (SAPS) Cluster comprises Nyanga, Manenberg, Bishop Lavis, Gugulethu, Elsies River and Philippi East stations. On Tuesday, the Presidency said the Clus-
ter has a total policing area size of 63 km² with a population of 701 611 people. There are 137 schools comprising 90 primary schools and 47 high schools serving 114 607 registered learners. The Cluster also polices 27 informal settlements. President Zuma interacted with police officials and members of the public at the station to get their views on what can be done to bring about an end to crime and to encourage stronger partnerships in the fight against crime. Brigadier Vuyisile Ncata, the Nyanga Police Station Commissioner, told President Zuma that there were challenges facing the communities that are served by the police station, including drugs, murder, carjackings and other human contact crimes. “However, we have made noticeable progress since the appointment of the Provincial Police Commissioner, Major General Khombinkosi Jula, who has introduced
more community based strategies to fight crime,” said Ncata. In addition, the Nyanga Cluster has initiated a number of crime awareness projects aimed at addressing the root causes and contributors of crime as well as initiatives to mitigate crimes directed at vulnerable groups. “We have installed a satellite station in Browns Farm, which has been operational since October 2016 and has contributed immensely in the mitigation of crime in the area. “Nyanga therefore has additional 24-hour service point which is rendered from the Philippi Railway Corridor with a total of 60 personnel. The police station is now working very well with the Community Policing Forum in fighting crime and the partnership with the community is improving but more still needs to be done to improve the situation,” said Ncata.
Zuma has committed government to assist the police station and ensure that there’s significant coordination in the criminal justice system. He said this will increase the level of prosecution as there were complains that criminals do not get prosecuted. “We are concerned with regard to the coordination within the criminal justice system...There should be high levels of prosecution because we cannot co-exist with criminals. We have encouraged the police to continue working hard to fight drug abuse in this area,” said President Zuma. He said there was a view that perpetrators of crime were treated better than the victims in the community and that this should come to an end. We received a report from the Station Commissioner and we will engage the departments in the Justice, Crime Prevention and Security Cluster to attend to the challenges faced by the police station.”
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Heart to heart with Fundi N. Zibonele FM presenter Fundi Ntshwani is a vibrant, bubbly, loving, strong and ambitious go getter who knows what she wants. Q - What do you believe in? A - In love, anything painted with love turns colourful, be it your career, friends, or Family. Q- Is there a lucky guy or girl in your life? A -There is definitely a lucky guy and my mom wants lobola hey. Q- Who is the guy, details please . A- No, I can only call him ‘Baby’, he happens to be a well-known guy so I don’t like mentioning his name, he is an artist. Q- Are you stealing the guy from someone? A- Hell no, my line of work does not allow me to do that, this one is mine am sure. Q - You do Love issues on your Radio Show, does ‘Baby’ understand when you sweet talk other men on air? A - It helps that he is a bit of a romantic and he understands me. We met 2012, separated, we just found each other again last year August. He supports me, he also works with people. Q – Plans to get hitched? A - He must still earn my whole heart and that special finger. Maybe we both need to prove to each other that we want to grow old together. Q - What is it that we don’t know about Fundie ? A - I get hurt easily and usually hides it. I don’t like hating though, it takes too much effort and energy. Q - Why work on Radio? A - My personality and the power radio has, people listen to you without even noticing that they are listening and getting that attention. I love the effect radio has in our lives and the love from those listening to you, depending on you to entertain or educate them. Q - Did you have any experience when you joined Zibonele FM? A – Not at all , Zibonele scrubbed me fresh from school ,where I studies Business Management ,I wanted to be in advertising but through all the training workshops Zibonele
Fundi Ntshwani of Radio Zibonele FM fame. FM offers am now a respected radio personality . Q -Where do you see yourself in Broadcasting? A – I think I want to be a broadcasting Manager nothing beyond that because it will deny me the fun of being on radio. I wouldn’t want to stop presenting a show though, even when growing older I would like to present a relevant show. Q- what is the disadvantage of being famous? A – People forget that you are human, have a past, skeletons and shortfalls, they do not expect any wrong from you. Q- What can you change about working for a community radio station? A- I think it has limited chances of growth, business wise and in-terms of listenership, it prepares us young presenters for bigger things though, it skills you and opens career opportunities. .Fundi is doing a radio show, ‘Unako’ focusing on the disabled and a youth show, she also assists on a Lover’s show, ‘Ezamathando’, a voice over artist and MC on events.
Sithembele Junior Qongqo has just opened his photography studio in Khayelitsha.
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local snapper is hoping that bringing his photography studio into Khayelitsha will lead to more locals using his services. Sithembele Junior Qongqo, 24, is the founder of Sithembele Junior Photography, an upstart company that offers couples, babies, events and professional photo shoots in Harare. Qongqo, who graduated with a diploma at City Varsity College in 2015, believes that capturing moments is an essential despite the current perception that its a luxury. “Look, booking a shoot for an hour is R450 and for a lot of people that money can be spent on other more urgent things like children’s diapers. Most people don’t think photo shoots as a need but we need memories and photography is one of the best ways to treasure these memories. So we offer couples shoots for lovers and baby photos for the new member of the clan and family portraits. So these are more than just pictures that you will be getting,” said Qongqo. He said one of the key drivers for him for setting up his studio in the townships was that as an aspiring snapper growing up he couldn’t find any near his home. “Back in the day, if you needed a quality studio you had to travel to town to book for
a shoot. This made it a foreign and freighting experience and I am hoping make it a more comfortable space,” he told City Vision. He said that in the two years in photography that there are positive benefits from his work. “A person comes in to the studio nervous and afraid but after a few shots, seeing how beautiful the pictures, they became confident. It has such a good impact physiological as people leave the studio with a new found confidence,” he added that it was also good for professionals. “If you are an artist, you need good quality photos which you can forward to media houses for promotional purposes. If your pictures are low res they will pixelate and can’t be used so having a good number of quality snaps is great for your brand,” he said. He said one of the biggest challenges for his business was charging a low fee for shoots while studio equipment is expensive. “It’s a balance you have to do to run a business but I’m confident as time goes things will pick up,” he added. He said that his biggest highlight in photography was being the key photography for the Ityala Lamawele Show at the Artscape Theatre as it was one of his favourite stories growing up. Qongqo is available at SJ Square Harare. Contact him on 0610349433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
‘Data Hungry’ campaign to feed stomachs of hungry children Khusela Ikhaya team up with CellC, JAM (Joint Aid Management) S.A. and local eateries have joined together to initiate the ‘Data Hungry’ campaign to feed hungry children. “Lack of proper nutrition, leaves 25% of our nation’s children with stunted development. This severely compromises their ability to learn. Giving them just one nutritious meal a day already makes a dramatic impact.” says David Brown, CEO JAM South Africa. ‘Children and their education are impor-
tant to me. One cannot teach a hungry child. I was shocked when told that it costs just R50 to feed a child for an entire month with JAM porridge for breakfast. Many of us often spend much more than that on a single meal.’ Scarra Ntubeni, Khusela Ikhaya Project’s brand ambassador. The Khusela Ikhaya Project has partnered with Cell C (Cavendish), JAM South Africa and local eateries to spread the word and feed hungry children in early learning centers across the country. “Our work in marginalized communities
is dependent on funding but rather than relying solely on big corporate donors, we believe it is important to drive funding toward ‘public giving’ and to create long term funding relationships with consumer-facing brands. Corporates have existing social responsibility programs but we believe that by involving the public in providing solutions to societal problems establishes a more direct connection and brings people together.’ – Ashley Stemmett, Communications, Khusela Ikhaya Project. “Together with our partners, we have cre-
ated a reward-based funding platform aimed at the wider public through participating eateries. ‘Data hungry’ customers spending R500 or more at any of our participating eateries will receive a CELLC simcard loaded with 2.4GB data (worth R100). For every card that is activated, the eatery will also contribute R50 toward feeding a hungry child. ’ said Justin Zietsman, Executive Director for the Khusela Ikhaya Project. The public also has the opportunity to feed a hungry child by SMS’ing the words ‘feed a hungry child’ to 42160. Sms’es cos R30.
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CITY VISION Thursday, 16 February 2017
GDF spells vision 2030 project
oon after its election in September 2016, the newly elected executive committee of the Gugulethu Development Forum hit the ground and held a strategic session at the Fezeka Municipal Chambers in the same month. The executive committee said in a statement released to the media last week that at the session, they came up with key strategic objectives. One of these objectives is to amend the constitution of the GDF in order to be in line with the founding principles of the democratic South Africa. The GDF aims to set up or establish sectors and Ward Development Forums in the broader Gugulethu are. Another objective is the envisioning and planning of a media entity that will include radio, television and print media. Another vision is to strengthen relations with the three spheres of government, local, provincial and national. The establishment of a board to ensure the utilisation of human and social capital as a resource entity of the GDF. Gugulethu will be turning 60 years since its establishment in 2018. The GDF plans to lead in the celebration of this milestone. The press release stated that in each item, the committee has emerged with the strategic resolutions and how to achieve these aims and objectives. “As a progressive collective, we believe partnerships and working together with all
Members of the newly elected GDF including Mcebisi Skwatsha and Councillor Vuyo Zondani the people of Gugulethu, will help achieve these fundamental objectives. Taking differences aside, and working towards a common goal, in the end, we will have advanced on the theme of a “better Gugulethu by 2030”. The statement further said: “We hit the office running again this year. In January we partnered with the office of the Deputy Minister of International Relations, Noma Indiya Mfeketho, the Embassies of Iran and China, in the back to school campaign where three primary schools from Gugulethu received donations ranging from school uni-
forms and school shoes. A scholarship was awarded to 10 leaners from these schools, which included Bonga, Xolani and Siyazingisa Public Primary Schools.” They stated that they have also received support from the office of the Deputy Minister of Land Affairs, Mcebisi Skhwatsha, where he has pledged to support and work hand-in-hand with the GDF leadership in some of its projects and campaigns. “This view is highly appreciated because it would assist us going forward. We are also facilitating the implementa-
tion of the Gugulethu Radio project, between the department of Communications, the Media Development and Diversity Agency, the Gugulethu Development Forum, the Khayelitsha Development Forum, the Radio Zibonele Board of Directors, the Gugulethu Radio Task Team and the CDRA, a research company.” All these stakeholders are working handin-hand in a partnership to make sure that the dream of having a radio station in Gugulethu is realised. “We are also gearing towards public participation of this project, where the public will be afforded the opportunity to add value to the process. We have also forged good relations with Cape Town TV and really hope that from that relationship a lot is going to be achieved in terms of the arts and culture and the positive role of local media in our communities. We are currently busy with the structural arrangements. We intend to build a GDF that has a strategic operational plan and an office that runs around the clock to spearhead the development of Gugulethu in all its phases. This will be in line with the vision of 2030. Our theme is “Gugulethu, a better place, by 2030”. This statement was released by Popi Tsira, Head of Communications at the Gugulethu Development Forum. She can be contacted at: 082 581-3753. Secretary Vincent Domingo: 082 799-1714 and Samora Nompunga: 078 222 1992
Local juice-maker wants products to hit aisles It’s a combination of audacity and a gutsy push towards entrepreneurship that has led a B.Com graduate and media strategist from Gugulethu to start a beverages manufacturing company. Shaun Sishuba is the founder of Pholas Beverages knows that this industry needs resilience, and without that quality, his venture will flounder. According to him, his company, first based in Stellenbosch, manufactures juice products(13 flavours), bottled water and kraft beer. “I am very excited to have gone this route in business,” Shaun told City Vision.
After graduating from the UWC in 2007, and after a brief stint at a cellular network company, he said he dabbled in the media industry, with him and his brother starting the Platinum Media Group, winning a lucrative government contract for a careers based guidance inserts in newspapers. However, he soon developed the idea of a beverages company after making observations in the sector. “I was always interested in running my own business one day. My father owned taxis, which gave me the space to observe how a business is managed and what can make it fail, all efforts notwithstanding,” he said.
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He noticed that there were few, if any, Black manufacturers in the beverages industry. “I saw that we don’t have Black owned businesses that focus on manufacturing beverages as such and the idea grew in my mind,” he said. According to Sishuba, operations have also started at the back of a shop in Gugulethu, in which he takes an active role. He said his products are available in the Eastern Cape, Kwazulu Natal and Mafikeng, but would like to have a national reach in the near future. “I decided to create products that will compete on the shelf and which will have the highest premium quality and be available nationwide,” he said. He said the venture employs about 36 people, including sales representative. “We have 35 employees that focuses on sales, marketing and production. We produce 100% fruit juices, purified Ozonised still water and craft beer. We produce over 13 different flavours of fruit juice,” he said.
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Sishuba and a group of friends sample his diverse products
Police warn motorists to be careful Nyanga police have warned motorists to be on the lookout for robbers on the on and off ramps of Borchedds Quarry. According to Captain Ntomboxolo Sitshitshi this intersection, Klipfontein and New Eisleben Roads in the Crossroads vicinity were high crime areas. “Incidents of smash and grabs have
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Globetrotter still dreams of Cape S
andi Maqoqa maybe a globe-trotter but deep in her heart’s recesses, she nurses an even deeper desire to plough back in the Kasi she grew up in. Presently a full time resident in Midrand, Sandi, however, grew up in Langa and New Crossroads where was a serial beauty pageant winner. Today she is a proud holder of pageant titles like Mrs Gauteng 2011, Mrs Mzansi Africa 2012 - first runner up and Mrs Globe South Africa 2016. In December she was flying the Mzansi flag high in China where Mrs Globe was held with more than 70 countries fielding an entrant. “I represented SA, not just as a beauty queen but as an ambassador for my country. Although I didn’t bring the overall title back home, I managed to bring back the Global Children’s Advocate Award in recognition of the work and effort I put in sharing the love for the youth of South Africa and around the globe,” she said. In Gauteng she is involved in charity work, youth mentorship programmes and sports co-ordination. She laughs loudly and states categorically: “I am an athlete, a netball player and participate in well-ness boot camps.” Sandi embodies the essence of “beauty and brains”- she completed a B Com Hons in Business Admin and B Sc Computer Science at UWC before adding a Diversity Management Course at Wits.
Sandi Maqoqa flew the South Africa flag high at the Mrs Globe pageant held in China
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Nominations galore for Kukhanya PS
Nolufefe Racula, teacher and Unathi Sikunana, 15, Grade 9 learner are priding themteacher and learner from Kukhanya selves for being nominated for five awards Primary School, Crossroads that excel in the Sports Metro Awards, which will be in sport are nominated to get yet other held at Banqueting Hall in the City Centre, awards for their school. on 01 March. Racula is nominated for the Coach of the Year award and Team of the Year, while Sikunana is nominated for Indigenous Game Star of the Year and Junior Sport’s Man of the Year, while their school team for Developing School Team of the Year and also Team of the Year. The team of the school which attracted the nominations plays Kgati (rope skipping). The team started participating in indigenous games in 2000. Nontsika Tshetu, former learner at the school, was crowned the first South African Champion for Intonga, in the finals which were held in KwaZulu Natal, in 2003. Under 13 team for Kgati won silver medal in the finals in Pretoria, in 2014. In 2015 they won gold medal in national level. Under 13 and under 18 teams then won gold medals each in the national competition which was held in Johannesburg, in 2016. Racula won an award for being the best coach for Kgati in the Nolufefe Racula, teacher and Unathi Sikunana, 15, Grade 9 province during Sports Metro Learner are flying high in sport. With them (right) is Lydia Awards, in 2015. Makasi, deputy principal at Kukhanya Primary School, in Sikunana, also plays basketball Crossroads, on Monday. PHOTO: MBONGISENI MASEKO and he is a dancer too.
Learners from Khayelitsha primary schools took part at the local interschools competitions on Thursday at Mandela Park Stadium. PHOTOS: MANDLA MAHASHE
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Sport Page 12 | Thursday, 16 February 2017
Vuyani Nogaga was a keen spectator.
Cape Town Pirates FC players in a jovial mood after winning the tournament.
“We knocked at many doors asking for sponsors but we could not raise enough support. As a club we raised funds amongst our members to make sure that the tournament is a success,” said Tonisi. He said they will host yet another tournament the Easter Weekend and were expecting a large number of entries. Also serving in the Cape Town Rangers executive committee is petrol station owner Vuyani Duman Nogaga who stressed the need for local businesses to play part in pro-
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ape Town Pirates FC were crowned champions of the inaugural Rangers Super 8 Cup held at NY 49 Stadium over the weekend. The tournament was organised by Cape Town Rangers FC with aims of uplifting soccer and lure youth back into the game. Rangers FC’s Sonwabile Tonisi explained that this was their first tournament and was self-funded.
moting sport. “Youth in sports is youth out of court, I urge fellow business people to adopt clubs and other sports association in an effort to build our communities,” said Nogaga. Eight teams participated and the standard of football was very competitive resulting in Cape Town Pirates facing the Philippibased Newcastle United in a fast paced cup final game. Drew first blood through Jerry Mxabo in the first half. Mxabo was later voted as the tournament’s goal scorer taking
home a latest Nike soccer boot as a prize from the organisers. United equalised in the second half but Pirates showed more determination as they pounced again. Pirates went home with a cheque of R3000, gold medals and a floating trophy whilst United received silver medals and R1500. In a curtain raising game between Cash Masters and Rangers Vets fans saw veteran footballers showing off great skill. Rangers Vets won 2-0.
Malesela stays, bruised Bucs face The Citizens Dan Malesela vigorously ruled himself out of contention for the vacant Orlando Pirates coaching job as speculation over the identity of the new Bucs boss continues. The Chippa United coach‚ who is a former Buccaneers captain‚ has been linked with the position as furious media speculation over the identity of the new Pirates coach continued unabated since Irvin Khoza said on Monday that the job will be filled within seven days. “You don’t understand how much pressure I have been under because people have been making like it’s a fait accompli that I will be going to Pirates‚” said Malesela after his Chippa side held champions Mamelodi Sundowns to a 1-1 league draw in Mdantsane on Tuesday night. “It has been made like it is done and dusted and we are just waiting for somebody to accept the money and I’m going and all these things.” But Malesela said he knew nothing of the job and was going nowhere. “It would be premature for me to go now and leave for any other club and I’m leaving these boys here while I’m trying to build something.
The day that I’m forced to leave Chippa will be very sad.” The 51-year-old Malesela has been at the Eastern Cape club since December 2015 and last season took Chippa to a top six place and first ever qualification for the MTN8. Chippa are his first club in the top-flight‚ having worked previously only in the National First Division. “It is a compliment to me for what what has been achieved over the year. It is good to be wanted … and not to be fired!” he joked‚ referring to Chippa’s notoriously itchy trigger finger with coaches. Meanwhile Pirates must pick themselves up after a record defeat at the hands of Sundowns when they face an in-form Cape Town City on Saturday night. It was the second time in a single season that they had conceded six goals in a game and with a new face likely in charge on the bench. The Citizen’s coach expects a reaction from Orlando Pirates when the two teams clash in a crunch Absa Premiership clash on Saturday.
Pirates were humbled 6-0 by Mamelodi Sundowns last Saturday, a record defeat for the Soweto giants. Cape Town City thrashed Highlands Park 3-0 in an Absa Premiership game at the Cape Town Stadium on Tuesday evening. The victory took the Citizens second spot in the league standings, while the Lions of the North remain 15th on the table. City began the match lively and they took the lead through Lebogang Manyama, who scored with a beautiful curler to make it 1-0 five minutes into the game. Charlton Mashumba, the Highlands striker, tried to respond with a goal for his side ten minutes later, but his well-taken shot narrowly missed the target. The Citizens were looking dangerous each time they pushed forward in search of more goals against the Lions of the North. Letsie Koapeng, who joined City during the recent January transfer window, doubled his new side’s lead two minutes after the half-hour mark. The former Orlando Pirates striker
scored with a composed finish to make it 2-0 to City on his competitive debut, after pouncing on a loose ball inside the box. The Lions of the North managed to contain the Citizens in the remaining minutes of the first half and the score was 2-0 in favour of the home side at halftime. With his side trailing, Gordon Igesund decided to pull out ineffective Sandile Khwela for Namibian attacker Peter Shaulile six minutes into the second half. Igesund’s counterpart, Eric Tinkler, responded by introducing striker Judas Mosemeadi for newcomer Koapeng as the home side looked to extend their lead. City were enjoying more possession and in the 75th minute Moseamedi unleashed a shot which was well saved by Highlands keeper Tapuwa Kapini. Zimbabwean Kapini made a late save in the 81st minute, denying City forward Manyama, who was looking for his ninth league goal of the season. However, Kapini was beaten eight minutes later when Moseamedi scored with his right-foot to seal a 3-0 win for City on the night.