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STATISTICS: “A COUNTRY IN A WAR ZONE AS ...

Nyanga still top of the game of deaths in S.A Nyanga Police station has the highest number of murder cases in the province, and is second only to Johannesburg Central to cases of contact crime. PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

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t least five of the eight police stations in City Vision’s distribution area are in the country’s top 10 crime hot-spots, with Nyanga once again leading the pack, the 2017/2018 crime statistics have revealed. Philippi East, in Lower Crossroads is at number three, with Khayelitsha, Gugulethu and Mfuleni in number six, eight and 10 respectively. With a total of 4 784 cases of contact crime, which includes murder, attempted murder, assault with intent to do grevious bodily harm (assault GBH), common assault, common robbery and sexual assault, Nyanga is second only to Johannesburg Central, in the Gauteng Province. The shocking figures were released by Police Minister Bheki Cele on Tuesday. The figures showed that in the province, murder cases increased by 1 320 from 19 016 during the previous crime statistics figures, with at-

tempted murders increasing by 28 from 18 205. Nyanga accounts for 308 murders committed in the province, an increase of 27 murders from the previous year. The other four stations account for 736 murders combined. The three Khayelitsha police stations, Lingelethu, Harare and Khayelitsha combined ,accounted for 375 murders. Philippi East recorded a shocking figure of 205 murders, 55 more murders from the previous year. Gugulethu registered 182 murder cases, an increase of 46 murders, Mfuleni 157 an increase of 32 fatalities. Langa recorded the lowest murder cases of 52, a drop of 5 murders from the previous crime statistics. Cele labelled the latest crime stats as “sad” and “depressing”, adding that a lot more needed to be done. With 57 people killed in the country each day, Cele said the rate depicted a picture of a nation in a warzone. V To page 2.

Police Minister Bheki Cele during the announcement of the crime statistics in the national assembly. PHOTO: LINDILE MBONTSI


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espite an announcement by the City of Cape Town over the weekend to lower water restrictions and tariffs to Level 5 from the beginning of October, residents have

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been urged to continue using water sparingly. Deputy mayor Ian Neilson announced on Sunday that the restrictions will be eased from Level 6B on October 1, giving residents in various households a further 20litres per person per day, from 50litres. This is as a result of the recent rains and ongoing efforts to save water. According to the City the dam levels are at 68%, a huge improvement from 38% recorded during the same period last year. In a statement, the City said it was “confident that the significant behavioural change that we’ve seen pertaining to water conservation will prevail to a large extent”. “The City believes, with the full support of the other catchment users such as other

municipalities and the agricultural sector, that an interim adjustment is fully justified and appropriate at this stage,” read the statement. It cautioned of further reassessment once the Department of Water and Sanitation had made a ruling for the new hydrological year or advised on an interim relaxation. Some key components of the new restrictions A resetting of the overall City water usage target from 450 million litres per day to 500 million litres per day A relaxation of restrictions for commercial and industrial water users from a 45% to a 40% usage reduction A lowering of tariffs to Level 5 tariffs: Residential tariffs (excluding VAT)

Deputy mayor Ian Neilson announced on Sunday that the restrictions will be eased from Level 6B on October 1 . . .

. 0 – 6 kL: Down 26,6% from R28,90/kL to R21,19/k . 6 – 10,5 kL: Down 25% from R46/kL to R34,43/kL . 10 – 35 kL : Down 56% from R120,27/kL to R52,39/kL . Above 35 kL: Down 70% from R1 000/kL to R300/kL “Much work is planned over the next few years to augment the City’s water supply. Our water conservation awareness and demand management will continue as always,” the statement read. “We are situated in a water-scarce region. At the moment, we will still rely on our dams to provide the majority of our water. “Given the unpredictable nature of our rainfall, it is imperative that we diversify our supply for the future, and entrench the water-saving mind-set we have cultivated over the past year. Visit www.capetown.gov.za for full tariff details.

uZille uyavutha ngabenzi bobubi iNkulumbuso yephondo iNtshona Koloni, uHelen Zille, izigxeke kanobomi iziganeko zokonakaliswa koololiwe nemizila yayo, nto ayichaze njengoku qhwaleliswa koqoqosho kwiphondo. Uchaze oololiwe njengeyona ndlela ibalulekileyo kwezothutho kwiphondo. Efixekile ngumsindo ngolweSine uZille ugunyazise iimpendulo kwinkonzo yamaPolisa oMzantsi Afrika mayela namanani aphantsi okubanjwa nokutshutshiswa ngempumelelo kwabenzi bezi ziganeko kwisithuba seminyaka elishumi edlulileyo. Wongeze ngelithi iziganeko zokutshiswa koololiwe ezifikelela kuma R210 ezigidi, kwisithuba seminyaka emihlanu edlulileyo, ziyidodobalise kakhulu le nkonzo. Wongeze ngelithi oku kubonakalisa ngokuselubala iingxaki kwinkonzo

kwicandelo lezo bulungisa kunye nobukrelekrele ekulweni nolwaphulo mthetho. UZille umemelele ukusebenza ngokungxamisekileyo, ukuqinisekisa ukuba kuyabanjwa kutshutshiswe abenzi bezi ziganeko. “Ayamnkelekanga kwaphela into yokuba kube akukho namnye umntu osele ethe wanqakulwa wavalelwa mayela nezi ziganeko, ninzi lwazo zenzeka ilanga lihlabe umhlaba. “Kufuneka sizibuze umbuzo wokuba: kutheni?’ utshilo. Wongeze ngelithi uceba ukukhe adibane aphefumlelane noLieutenant-Gen-

eral Khombinkosi Jula, owongamele amapolisa kwiphondo. Kungoku nje uRhulumente ubeke etafileni imbuyekezo yama R100 000 eyakuthi inikezwe nakubani onokuthi anikeze ngenkcukacha ezingakhokhelela ekubanjweni nasekutshutshisweni ngempumelelo komntu obandakanyeke kwezi zigeneko. Kutshanje usihlalo wesigqeba sezothutho kwiphondo, uNceba Hinana uhlabe ikhwelo kuMkhuseli woLuntu uBusisiwe Mkhwebane ukuba aphande le ngxuba kaxaka. Tsalela ku 0860010111 ukuba unolwazi.

Wongeze ngelithi oku kubonakalisa ngokuselubala iingxaki kwinkonzo kwicandelo lezo bulungisa kunye nobukrelekrele ekulweni nolwaphulo mthetho

“We are in a warzone” “It boarders close to a warzone while there is peace and there is no war in South Africa,” he told parliament. “If we can’t deal and control the murder cases, we are not bringing any joy to South Africans.” Reacting to the figures, Community Safety MEC Dan Plato said Western Cape had the lowest police ration per capita. He said the national average was “one officer for every 369” people. “In the Western Cape there is one officer for every 509 residents, while in the City of Cape Town, only one officer for every 560 residents,” Plato said.

He added that violent crimes took place largely in places with less officers, with one officer for every 628 people in Nyanga alone. Nyanga: In Nyanga attempted murder cases went from 183 to 172, sexual offences 356 to 308, rape from 256 to 210 and car hijackings from 257 to 276. Philippi East: While the station recorded the highest increase in murder cases, it also recorded 20 more attempted murder cases from 98 to 118, an additional 22 sexual offence cases from

141 to 163 and 123 rape cases from 111. Car hijackings dropped from 136 to 107. Gugulethu: Cases of attempted murder went up from 76 to 90. Sexual offences from 238 to 223, rape from 173 to 166 and car hijackings from 157 to 101. Langa: Langa recorded 14 more attempted murder cases from 37 to 51, sexual offences increased from 53 to 66, rape from 38 to 51 and car hijackings declined from 29 to 18. For eetailed information on crime statistics go to www.saps.gov.za

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rade nine learners at Fezeka High School were thrown a lifeline regarding choosing the right subjects for their career options. Conjunction Foundation, a nonprofit-organisation hosted the careers and subject choice expo at the school on Tuesday. Xolile Makutoana, the organisation’s managing director, said they realized that choosing subjects in grade nine is one of the most important and exciting decisions learners can make, shaping their futures. He said the long-term purpose is to help learners to be aware of themselves, their capability and link subjects they choose according to their careers of choice. “In order to support learners in their subject choice process, we want to paint what the future looks like, through perseverance and allowing them to dream again,” he said. Lelethu Mshumpela, a 15-year-

old learner said the expo has helped her with the right subjects as far as her career prospects are concerned. “I want to be a lawyer because I want to fight for people’s rights, but I was not sure which subjects to choose ... Today I was helped, I now know what to do,” she said. Another learner Seiso Kaibe,14, said he received the information he needed in the expo for his career path. “I want to study Information Technology but choosing(the) right subjects was a problem, but now I know, hopefully, when I’m finished studying, I will design my own computer game,” said Kaibe. Life orientation teacher Nolubabalo Xaso said the expo was very good for her learners because they know what they want to study and which subjects to choose so they don’t need to change again midway through. University of Cape Town, False Bay TVET College, City Varsity, and Northlink College were some of the institutions that tool part.

Busiswa Luqhide of False Bay TVET College answering questions from Fezeka High School learners during a Grade nine career and subject choice Expo PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

City to count trees for our own health September is Arbour Month, which focuses on trees, and the City of Cape Town’s Recreation and Parks Department is doing a census to see whether or not Cape Town can be classified as an urban forest. In a press release, the City of Cape Town says it is planning a count of all trees in the city and that this will help them determine how many more trees need to be planted to

help offset the city’s carbon emissions. Even as Cape Town faces threats of drought, ongoing development, lack of knowledge about the benefits of trees, and the illegal harvesting of trees and bark, these threats have not kept the City from moving towards the goal of trying to make Cape Town a green city, says JP Smith, Mayco member for safety and security.


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ormer learners of the now defunct St Louis Primary School, in Langa, connected on Saturday to seek ways to better their community and the lives of their ex-schoolmates. Thirtyyears on. Now scattered all over the country, the class of 1988 gathered at the St Francis Hall to make a positive contribution to what was once their childhood neighbourhood. Khaya Sibeko, a member of the group, hailed technology and the range of social networks for making the gathering a reality. He said there had always been a need among former learners to meet, but it always proved impossible due to time constraints. However, the plan received a muchneeded impetus at the beginning of the year and by March all the plans were in place. “The challenge was then how do we keep the group going until now,” he said. While such gatherings are known for drinking and showing off achievements,

Sibeko said their intention was to support each other and help the community. He said the aim for Saturday’s gathering was to come face to face, and identify areas of concern among group members. “We did not want to make a normal gathering where people showcase their things. We wanted to make a significant contribution. We asked ourselves, what can we do to the community?” he said. Sibeko said members noticed that Langa was bigger for them to start a project for the entire neighbourhood. He said they decided to discover troubled former colleagues and bail them out. He added that they would then spread their wings to assist in the community. “You must understand that these are some of the sensitive issues and it is important that we deal with them,” he said. Sibeko said said they were thrilled to have met and would continue to meet and pave the way forward. “We cannot let go of this opportunity to make a difference,” he said, adding that a structure would continue to work with members to ensure they achieved the desired outcomes.

Former learners of St Louis in Langa, including former head Mzwabantu Henda attended the meeting

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City Vision ngu ngqa ngendaba zabantu Thank you ever so much for your consistency on matters of our wider community, which are covered by your newspaper every Thursday, without fail. Your paper carries both good and bad news zendawo esihlala kuzo. IsiXhosa is a home language in which I can express myself very well and am comfortable ngaso, but because your paper is in English, ndakupitiliza ndisiya. As we enter the month of September, a month of Heritage, when we celebrate legends in jazz, culture, music and traditions. Never shall we forget and stop commemorating the brutal slaying of unyana ka Mamcethe uBantubonke Stephen Biko. He wasn’t the only one to be violently

snuffed out by the cruel Apartheid system and its bloodthirsty criminals. There was also the Poqo massacre country-wide and others like Onkgopotse Tiro, Mapetla Mohapi. The list is endless. Of course our forebears were slaughtered wholesale zezi zigebenga across the political divide. We shall continue mourning them as we shall not be forced to adhere to their(oppressor’s) divisive, hateful and the cruel manipulation of black people on racial lines. Your paper today(City Vision 06/09/2018, “To evict or to vacate”) carries a very sad front page story of black leadership evicting a black woman, ndiyazibuza kwenzeka ntoni apha? Isn’t there a better way of dealing with this

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matter? Our communities are full of these “powerful” people who have abrogated serious powers upon themselves on other peoples miseries. Where has the once proud spirit of blackness gone to? The piece on little Oyingwele Zokufa(Man kills 2-year-old, ditto edition) is one that disturbed me greatly after a whole lot of other child killings throughout the Western Cape this year and in the past. These atrocities show no sign of abating at all, instead zanda imihla nezolo. Just last week, a young Zimbabwean girl from Kraaifontein was slaughtered and stuffed in a black refuse bag. Has black life become so cheap even nase bantwaneni abangenatyala? I know I am not the first and last black man raising these matters in your paper. Don’t you, I and the wider community have a responsibility to raise our hands and voices sithi “this is not who we are”? Deputy minister Mkhongi couldn’t hold back his grief for such a dastardly deed, so did I when reading the report. The police are under siege in our communities throughout the nation, it is also alleged they are actually part of the underworld.

Uzibuze ukuba siyaphi? But one thing I know, there are far better and good people still living in our homes, young or old. Finally there is a team of women in Lavender Hill, who celebrated their 10th anniversary under an outfit called Philisa Abafazi Bethu (PAB), who are doing sterling work in finding missing kids. Heavy sentences have been meted out to spineless killers by the courts through their intervention. I take my hat off to the Lucinda Evans, PAB and all those organisations who give so much of their time and scarce resources. It takes people of your calibre to rise to the occasion, lift their delicate but strong hands and powerful voices without ukucela injezu eluntwini. Phambili manina!, as we leave behind the dreaded month of August, where your female offspring were brutally slain again. I convey my deepest sympathies to oomama. It’s a long road towards August 2019. Let’s be vigilant and be “woke”. As a Black Consciousness adherent and believer in “true humanity”, I know the answers to our pain and sorrow lies within the bosom of our community. Camagu. Monelo Bongo, Thembani, Khayelitsha

Iphephandaba lakho, iCity Vision, imema onke amabandla, athanda ukupapashelwa amanqaku ngezinto azenzayo, naceba ukuzenza, ukuba athumele imifanekiso okanye izibhengezo kule dilesi ye e-mail ilandelayo:

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Mbanyana spices up heritage T

he South African Museum is home to the oldest entomology collection in the country. It is the workplace of a dedicated team of scientists who are passionate about preservation, conservation and the accumulation of knowledge to provide us with insights into the ecology and workings of our landscape. Nokuthula Mbanyana is one of these scientists. Ants and all things creepy-crawly, other than spiders, is her passion. She considers the world of insects an integral part of our natural heritage and therefore an integral part of all life. Entomology is a branch of zoology concerned with the study of insects, including butterflies, moths and flies of various kinds Mbanyana completed her BSc (Hons) at Stellenbosch University in 2010 and is one of the curators of entomology at the Iziko South African Museum. Words like “terrestrial” (referring to earth and animals who live mostly on land), “insecta” (a group of animals classified by a set of distinguishing features, such as three-part bodies, including ants, bees, cockroaches and butterflies) and “phylum” (a category in the biological classification of organisms) form part of her everyday vocabulary. Items like stereoscopes (a specific type of viewing instrument not to be confused with a microscope), pitfall traps, nets and lots of pins are but a few of the instruments that are included in her field of study. Mbanyana recently formed part of a multidisciplinary curatorial team, responsible for the upgrading and relaunch of the exhibition “Tata Madiba: Father of our Democracy, Father of our Nation”. The exhibition brings together objects, artworks, as well as insect and plant speci-

Nokuthula Mbanyana during a behind-the-scenes tour of the entomology collections. PHOTO: NIGEL PAMPLIN

mens to stimulate conversation about Madiba’s life and legacy as well as his extraordinary contribution in terms of the protection of South Africa’s rich biodiversity – including the many species named after him and those he and his fellow prisoners may have encountered on Robben Island. She recently presented a paper at the International Society of Hymenopterists conference, in Japan. When not researching and studying insects or curating exhibitions, Mbanyanaamong other things- takes care of her family and explores the world we live in. Iziko Museums of South Africa will commemorate Heritage Month, hosting the exciting week-long In_herit Festival, a cultural programme that kicks off with a Heritage Day celebration. The organisation offers

free entry to selected Iziko Museums during Heritage Week, Monday 24 to Sunday 30 September. The Castle of Good Hope and Groot Constantia are free only on Heritage Day. City Vision is the proud media partner of the In_herit Festival.

Iziko’s exhibitions, programmes and events are aligned to and support the national theme: “The Year of Nelson Mandela: Advancing Transformation of South Africa’s Heritage Landscape”. It speaks conserving and keeping heritage alive.

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Deputy Minister for Rural Development and Land Reform Mcebisi Skwatsha, in yellow shorts and white T-shirt, joined an aerobic class at NY 49 stadium. Fitness coach Lunga Ndlovu is in the forefront.

Broady Cona, 71, in action during the aerobics class

Skwatsha walk a drive for health M

cebisi Skwatsha, deputy minister for Rural Development and Land Reform is taking health awareness, peace and unity in Gugulethu to another level. On Saturday, he led a delegation of more than 50 men and women, young and old on a walk through the streets of Gugulethu. The walk began at the Gugulethu Seven Monument and ended at NY49 stadium, where an hour long intense aerobic class was conducted. That was not before he took a solo running lap around the stadium. Talking to Vukani at the end of the session, Skwatsha said he was particularly touched by how young people abused alcohol and drugs. He said he wanted to get more young people involved in sport, rather than criminal activities, that have a negative impact on their future. Having grown up in the streets of Gugulethu, Skwatsha said: “Our intention is to grow a healthy nation. We can grow a healthy Gugulethu, Langa and Khayelitsha when we have healthy young people. “We might not have achieved what we wanted to achieve, but as they see us walking the streets, they will be encouraged, even if they do it on their own. They do not have to join us. Skwatsha said the walk had been happen-

Some of the community members who participated in the walk with Mcebisi Skwatsha, take a breather at the NY49 stadium

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ing every Saturday and will continue. He challenged young people to make a difference in their respective communities through any means, be it sport, music or politics. “Each one of us as young people must be able to leave a positive footprint,” he said.

Former rugby player Broadness Cona, 71, was equally ecstatic about the initiative. While most of his peers slept in the comfort of their homes, he braved the cold morning to shake his body. ­He vowed to join future sessions. “Our people do not worry about health and fitness for a long time,” he said.

“It is about time that these things are brought to their attention.” Cona said South Africans, mainly black people, ate a lot of junk food with less consideration about their health. “With this we are going the right direction. When you are generally fit you do not crave,” he said.

Buzani ku Bawo coming to the Arstcape stage Artscape Theatre Centre is gearing up to host the return of the much-anticipated classic - Buzani Ku Bawo, to carve a road map to increase the use of isiXhosa language. Buzani Ku Bawo, which will run between 03 to 06 October from 19:30, is one of many isiXhosa stories that will be staged as classics, to promote and share the culture and language of AmaXhosa. Adapted and directed by Thokozile Ntshinga, Buzani Ku Bawo is a drama about love, family relationships and conflicts that arise when traditional expectations clash with changing values. The high-quality production, written by Witness K. Tamsanqa, also highlights the power of love and that one is meant to have a chosen one. “There are many of the isiXhosa Classics that were written and shelved and we feel the messages that were brought by them are relevant now. “By showcasing this classic, we

want to show the difference in view of the youth to the older generation with particular reference to isiXhosa culture which does not always make sense to the youth when compared to the older generation, “ said Ntshinga, Advisor to the CEO: Transformational Projects. The play follows Artscape’s recent successful staging of the production as a set work that was seen by thousands of Grades 11 and 12 isiXhosa learners from the greater Cape Town area. The production is an integral part of Artscape’s mission as an inclusive cultural centre for all and showcasing all arts genres for more than four decades, making it stand out as an iconic cultural beacon in the Western Cape. Tickets are available at Box Office, Artscape Dial-a-Seat (021 421 7839) and Computicket Outlets ranging from R45 – R80. For media enquiries, please contact Themba Mzondi on 078 113 5216 / themba@sceproductions.co.za

IsiXhosa culture comes to life at Artscape, through the play, Buzani Ku Bawo.


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Busy Bees players in action against Elsies River two weeks ago.

They will have to work harder on Saturday.

PHOTO: MYOLISI GOPHE

Busy Bees in the chase for glory AVRIL FILLIES

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usy Bees are chasing the log leaders in Super League C of the club competition of Western Province Rugby Union and hope to finish in the top three of the competition. Busy Bees are lying fourth on the log with 38 points and have two games in hand. Log leaders Macassar(52 points) and second placed Goodwood (46), have played 12 games. With only two games left on Saturday 15 September and Saturday 22 September, Busy Bees will have to play catch-up to finish in the top three. Langa(36) is hot on their heels but have

played one game more. On Saturday, Busy Bees hosts Young Stars in Langa stadium, aka the “House of Pain”, as teams find it difficult to win any matches in there. Langa is travelling to Stellenbosch for their encounter against Scottsdene Central and the visitors will try to close the gap between them and Busy Bees. Blue Jets with 22 points from 11 matches welcomes Macassar and they will have a difficult task stopping them from adding more points to the log. Blue Jets have a point difference of -5 and the tally will probably increase if Macassar wins. Lagunya starts their campaign in the Pro-

motion Competition against Raithby-Universals after they had a bye the past weekend. Nine teams- the three top teams in City League, Northerns League and Southern League- are embroiled in a Top Nine tussle to qualify for the Super League C next year. Masiphumelele in Ocean View, who were the log leaders in the City League, came out all guns blazing against Van der Stel-Evergreens by beating them 40-20 at home. If you take Masiphumelele’s performance this year in consideration, they will be the team to beat in qualifying for Super League C in 2019. The Top Nine representatives of each of the above-mentioned leagues play against

teams in their leagues, as well as against the others. This means that each new team brings new challenges and changes to their respective game plans. Loyal spectators are then in for a treat and the players will learn lessons from each encounter. Each team in the Top Nine each team will have to rock up and be switched on every Saturday till the end of the competition. Teams only play once against each other and they lose, there is no come back or bounce back in the next encounter. Fixtures for Saturday are: Busy Bees vs Young Stars; Blue Jets vs Macassar; Scottsdene Central vs Langa (Super League C) and Lagunya vs Raithby-Universals.

City Vision Lagunya/ Philippi - 3 September 2018  
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