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. Iliso liwela umfula uzele: Loyiso: Imehlo libona apho singaboni khona. Nonkqubela: Ngumntu obona izinto ezikude, kuthiwe ngumabonakude. Buyiswa: Ukubona into isekude. Anelisa: Indaba ezikude kuwe ziyakuzela. Zoleka: Ukubona into ikude uyinqwenela ube ungenamandla wakuyifimana. Mavis: Ukubona ngaphesheya ko mlambo. Zwelinzima: Kuxa sukuba ubona into ongenakuze ufikelele kuyo okanye ekude. Kaloku uthi ngoku umfula nokuba ngumlambo uzele kodwa ukwazi ukubona okuqhubekayo ngaphesheya nangona kunzima ukuwela. Ngokwenkcazela yombhali ncwadi uMnu E.W.M Mesatywa, nazi impendulo zezaci nala maqhalo eveki endlulileyo. Amasi omhlontlo: Esi saci sithetha utywala besilungu. Ukwahlulwa ziindudumo: Esi saci sithetha abantu abathandana kakhulu, ekungekho mntu unokungena phakathi kwabo; bangahlulwa kukufa kuphela. Iliso liwela umfula uzele: Le ntetha ichaza ukuba iliso lona liyayinqwenela into nokuba umnini-lo akanandlela yokuyifumana, kuba libona nalapho umntu angenakufikelela. Amagama eveki edlulileyo: . Inyosi: Loyiso: Uyabhuza ngokungathi zinyosi; inyosi uyofika zizakhele ikhaya lazo emgxunyeni apho ziya zigqanduse khona zenze amagqeba wazo apho ziya zilume kakhulu xa sele zinamagqeba. Nonkqubela: Inyosi ngumntu osoloko ethetha rhabaxa kwabanye abantu, kuthiwe
unolwamvila lwe nyosi. Ntuthuzelo Solani; Gugulethu: Ibubu lee nyosi; xa sukube zininzi kuye kuthiwe zilibubu. Zoleka: Ziphuma phina iinyosi; le ntetho isetyenziswa ikakhulu ngumntu ofuna umzi onotywala. Zwelinzima: linyosi zibenza zibutya; apha kubhekiswa kumtu ongakwaziyo ukubeka alinde ixesha xa esenza izinto. Le ntetha ifana nqwa nale ithi “ idonki itya emthwalweni. . Unyawo: Loyiso: Unyawo alunampumlo; ungaze uthi awusoze uye endaweni. Nonkqubela: Unyawo alijoji; ithi le nto sukumphatha kakubi umntu ngoba ngeny’ imini uyakuze ufune ukuncedwa nguye. Nontuthuzelo: Unyawo alijoji okanye alinampumlo; sukube kubhekiswa emtwini ngokuthi abakhe babonana bayakuphinde babonane. Buyiswa: Unyawo alunampumlo; sukummosha u mntu kuba uzakumdinga ngenye imini. Zoleka: Unyawo alunanpumlo; kukungazi apho uyakunyathela khona ngenye imini kungoko kubalulekile ukunceda umhambi xa esengxakini. Mavis: Unyawo alunampumlo; bahloniphe abantu oqala ukubabona hleze uyokufika apho bahlala khona. Zwelinzima: Unyawo alunampumlo; lentetha icebisa abantu ukuba bakwazi ukubaphatha kakuhle abaphambukeli kuba nabo bangaze bazibone sebekwindawo zabo bengalindelanga. . Elokuqwela: Sicela usinike isaci okanye iqhalo kunye nenkcazelo ngala magama alandelayo: Ilitye? Iqaqa?
Inkcazelo yabafundi nge qhashu Yintoni idlolo? Iqhashu: Ngoko lwazi lwethu iqhashu ngumbona othi ufumaneke xa utyani lutshaziwe okanye ngexesha lokuvuna, kod-
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Young entrepreneurs awarded THABANG KUAHO Young, budding entrepreneurs who took part in the City of Cape Town’s fourth #YouthStartCT competition were rewarded during an award ceremony held at the Civic Centre on Tuesday 25 June. The #YouthStartCT Challenge is a startup programme which aims to contribute to skills development and innovation, and encourages entrepreneurship in Cape Town. It is in partnership with the City; mobile network operator, MTN; various higher education training institutions and Radisson Red, among others. Mayco member for community services and health, Zahid Badroodien with the top 11 of this For the first time, the competition saw year's YouthStartCT competition. two finalists taking the third prize. They each walked away with R15 000, a full year Click Africa Digital provides online mar“Starting a business is extremely diffiincubation from False Bay Technical and keting solutions to small businesses using cult, especially for young people. You being Vocational Education and Training College a graduate programme by placing youth here only shows your capabilities. This is which includes learning, coaching, market that are digitally skilled in small businesses a stepping stone to successful business venlinkages and access to mini-factories; a that need skills in order to participate in the tures,” Badroodien said. handset and mobile data from MTN, and digital economy. “#YouthStartCT has been He encouraged the young businessmen branding and promotional materials from an absolute accelerator. The funding (cash and women of the Parable of the Pencil and branding company, Acom. prize) and training we are receiving in or- said that if they live by it, their businesses Jade Wyngaardt of Click Africa Digital der to refine these ideas and bring them have a great chance of achieving great took honours with her concept Afriversity, forth has been phenomenal,” she explained. lengths. which assists South African entrepreneurs The second place winner walked away “These five parables prepare you for the from low resource areas with practical with a R20 000 cash prize, a mobile handset journey that you are about to embark on.” tools, training and mentorship to compete and data for a year, and business advisory Last year’s winner, Thabiso Mokomele and be part of the digital economy, said the services, among others. who runs a clothing manufacturing busiaim of starting the organisation was to emThe funding will help buy three full work ness in Gugulethu, congratulated the finalpower as many young people as possible. stations for their graduates. ists and said the competition will open Wyngaardt received a R50 000 cash prize Mayco member for community services doors to a lot of opportunities for them. towards the initiative, a one terabyte hard and health Zahid Badroodien said he was “It is no coincidence that you are here. drive and unfettered access to meeting ve- proud of the finalists for their hard work You were to be here so that you could nues at the Radisson Red Hotel and determination. learn,” Mokomele said.
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Animal clinic in need of proper fencing SIYABONGA KALIPA
he SA.MAST Animal Clinic in Khayelitsha is asking for help to try and fix their fencing problem. The clinic says their fence is now in a worse state after drivers drove into it. One of the workers at the clinic Xolani Tono, who was showing City Vision the damaged fence, said they had to put rocks next to the fence to prevent vehicles driving through. He blamed learner drivers practising on Walter Sisulu Road for the damages. The clinic addresses the causes and consequences of the overpopulation of diseased, stray, neglected, abused or dangerous domestic animals by implementing a free, consistent, focused and goal-driven mass animal sterilisation, treat-
ment and education campaign. As part of the Mandela month celebrations, the clinic will be hosting an event on Thursday 18 July. “July has always been a very special month for us. SA.MAST was founded in July 2006 and Mandela month is celebrated. So we’re celebrating two important birthdays in the same month,” said founder and director of the clinic Tamsin Nel. She said she is calling on people to help them fix the fencing and secure a well-deserved happy ending for the clinic. Nel said on Mandela Day they are hoping that their needs will not go unnoticed and that up to 20 volunteers will join them. She said the plan is to split into three teams to dig holes for the fencing poles and attach the wire mesh fencing.
SA.MAST Animal Clinic worker Xolani Tono says learner drivers are damaging the fence.
PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA
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olice minister Bheki Cele has vowed to beef up security and deploy more police officers at the Philippi East police station in Lower Crossroads in a quest to fight crime in the area. He visited the area on Monday 8 July following the brutal murder of 11 people over the weekend. He also visited the families and relatives of the deceased before attending a community meeting at the Philippi East Community Hall. According to unconfirmed reports, at least more than 20 people have been killed in gang-related violence in the area since last month. Cele urged the residents to cooperate with the police in order for the culprits to be arrested. “The national police commissioner General Khehla Sithole will deploy police officers and members of Tactic Response Team (TRT) within 24 hours as from now. “We want the community to open their doors when the police are knocking because if they don’t want to open it the police will do so,” said Cele. On Tuesday 9 July Cele held a meeting with ministers of Basic Education, Justice and Correctional Service, Social Development, Defence and Military Veterans and in
Philippi East residents outside community hall. an attempt to find a way to resolve some of the challenges in the communities. He said he wanted to make sure that people
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who were arrested and granted bail were not given bail again when they commit crime. “They must stay in custody,” he said and received thunderous applause. Community leader Vuyokazi Songelwa described the situation in the area as tense. She said everyone lived in fear. “The minister is giving us hope now that there will be more deployment of police. That means there will be more police visibility,” said Songelwa. She said the escalation of crime in the area is alarming. “As from last month, there are 22 people who died. “The killings started as a fight between gangs but now we see innocent people being killed in their houses,” she said, adding that the majority of the culprits are between the ages of 11 and 17. Provincial police spokesperson Captain FC Van Wyk said police have initiated a 72hour action plan following several shooting
incidents in the area. “On Friday 5 July the police discovered the bodies of women between the ages of 18 and 26 in Marcus Garvey. “On Saturday 6 July in two separate shooting incidents five men aged between 18 and 39 were shot dead and one injured,” said Van Wyk. He added that the motive for the shooting remains the subject of “an intensive police investigation”. “The action plan in response to this entails lockdown operations in the area that are conducted by the Public Order police, K9 and Flying Squad members. “From an investigation perspective, detectives with crime intelligence are hard at work following leads that could result in the arrest of the perpetrators of these incidents,” he said. Van Wyk urged residents with any information to call the investigating officer Warrant Officer Larry Arnoldus on 079 880 9822 or Crime Stop on 08600 10111.
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Minister of Police Bheki Cele addressing the residents at Philippi East Community Hall.PHOTOS: UNATHI OBOSE
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Child (4) witnessed his mother’s death
The house where four women were shot dead on Friday night. PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA
four-year-old Philippi child has been left traumatised and without a mother following the weekend’s gruesome killings in the area. According to a brother of one of the victims his sister was gunned down in front of the child on Friday 5 July in Marcus Garvey. “My sister was shot in front of his son who is now left with no one because I do not even know his father,” said the brother who refused to be named for fear of being targeted. The woman is one of 11 people, including
six women, that were killed in Philippi over the weekend. Philippi East police spokesperson Captain Bheki Xulu said on Friday around 23:00 six women between the ages of 18 and 26 were shot in Marcus Garvey by unknown people. He said two women were inside a shack and the other four were inside the main house. Xulu said they were all shot repeatedly execution-style. He said the motive is unknown at this stage and no arrest had been made. A murder case has been opened. In other shooting incidents, Xulu said five
men between the ages of 18 and 39 were shot dead. One was injured. He said three men who are believed to be brothers were shot inside a house in Philippi by unknown people, while two others were shot in a tavern on Saturday 6 July. Xulu said the motive is not yet clear and no arrests have been made. He said murder dockets have been opened and more investigations are underway. The relative counted himself lucky. “I’m lucky I was not here when this happened otherwise I would have been dead as well,” he said.
He said he does not know who wanted to kill the women and that he has no idea what caused the shooting. Ward 88 councillor Siphiwo Nqamnduku said he does not have all the information about the murder of the six women because people are scared to talk fearing for their lives. He said there has been a lot of shootings in the area lately and he feels there are not enough police to go around Philippi. Witnesses can call Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or the investigating officer Warrant Officer Larry Arnoldus on 079 880 9822.
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Principal of Zanokhanyo, Nolubabalo Ndita standing in front of the burned structure. PHOTOS: UNATHI OBOSE
The other side of the Zanokhanyo building and shipping container which was destroyed.
Zanokhanyo pleads for help UNATHI OBOSE
anokhanyo Children’s Safety Home in Makhaza is appealing for help to rebuild their premises after it was destroyed in a fire in November last year. It is alleged that the fire started in the shack at the back of the house and spread to the house and a shipping container, which was used as a kitchen. Zanokhanyo is a foster care home to 22 children between the ages of four and 22.
Since the fire, the children have been housed in a bungalow. Nolubabalo Ndita, principal at the home, says the are still not sure what caused the fire. “We suspected that the criminals were trying to steal clothes and other stuff that was in the shack,” she says. She believes that a light must have fallen down in the process and the fire quickly spread through the home. Ndita says they found some of the clothes hidden outside the yard as if the criminals
were going to come back and collect it. “All our belongings including computers, a printer, office furniture burned inside,” she counted. Ndita says some government officials visited the centre after the incident to assess the damage. She adds they were advised to destroy the structure and rebuild it from scratch. “We are struggling to rebuild it as we are depending on donations from the community. The City’s Department of Social Develop-
ment doesn’t fund us as we are registered as foster care, not as a non-governmental organisation (NGO),” said Ndita. Harare police station spokesperson Captain Siyabulela Vukubi confirmed that the place was set alight and a case of arson was opened. “A 27-year-old man was arrested. It is alleged that he broke into the place and stole some items and thereafter set the place alight. The case is still in court,” said Vukubi.
Cops warn drivers Nyanga police are urging drivers to be vigilant when driving in the area. Police spokesperson Captain Ntomboxolo Sitshitshi said after numerous highjackings of Uber and Bolt drivers police would like to warn drivers to be vigilant and cautious. She said incidents of hijackings where Uber and Bolt drivers are victims have been reported at the station and that they occur at night in Crossroads and Browns Farm Philippi. Sitshitshi said the advice is also for other motorists driving their own personal and delivery vehicles who are hijacked in the following hotspot areas: Govan Mbeki Road in Philippi, Bristol and Sheffield Roads in Browns Farm, Klipfontein Road, Miller and Eiselben Roads in Nyanga and Crossroads. She said some arrests of suspects have been made. Call 021 380 3304/3374 or 082 469 2470 or crime stop at 08600 1011 if you have any information about the suspects.
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Marching for justice SIYABONGA KALIPA
ugulethu residents and representatives of various non-governmental organisations (NPOs) marched to the Manenberg Police Station on Friday 5 July last week to hand over their grievances on the pace of investigation on some murder cases. The march was organised by Sonke Gender Justice to highlight the lack of justice in different murder cases, particu-
larly Lesbians, Gays, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex community. Among others, they wanted justice for the murders of Phumeza Nkolonzi, Sihle Sikoji and Thuthukile Mabaso. Nkolonzi was shot dead in Nyanga in June 2012, while Sikoji was stabbed to death in Kosovo in November 2012. Mabaso was killed and her body was dumped on the railway tracks near Manenberg, in November last year. Thuthukile’s brother, Siphumelele Ma-
baso said no one had been arrested in connection with the killing. “I’m not happy with the police at all because nothing is being done. No one has been arrested for my sister’s murder,” he said. As the family, they want closure on the case and the only way for them to get closure will be to see someone getting arrested, he added. Gugulethu resident Kenny July said their children get killed and nothing gets done by the police.
She said enough is enough which is why she decided to join the march. “We are marching because this can happen to anyone even the police who are doing nothing can find themselves in the same position,” said July. The memorandum was received by station commander Colonel Sanele Zama who acknowledged it. He said he will take it to the cluster commander and as the station, they will do all they can to help in solving the cases.
Gugulethu residents march to Manenberg Police Station. PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA
The ultimate lifeguard tests Early preparation is key to creating safety at swimming pools and beaches. To this end, the City of Cape Town’s Recreation and Parks Department has again committed itself to provide effective and efficient lifesaving services, by putting prospective candidates through their paces and filling key positions in time for summer. The department has finalised assessments for candidates who have applied for
lifeguard positions, as part of its efforts to ensure a safer summer season ahead. “Lifeguards provide an important service and we need to make sure that we strive for the highest level of professionalism and efficiency throughout the season. It’s also about reassuring communities, and especially parents, that their children will be safe at pools where lifeguards are on duty,” says Mayco member for community services and health, Zahid Badroodi-
en. Assessments were held at the Blue Downs indoor swimming pool and were completed on Friday 5 July. Beach lifeguards will also be tested on their competence at the beach and in the surf during the induction phase of the process and throughout their period of employment. First-time applicant, Renecha Witbooi (16) from Blue Downs swam 100 metres in just under two minutes. “I’ve worked very
hard to excel at swimming, and I’ve also had help and motivation from a qualified lifeguard, so I am confident that I have what it takes to become a lifeguard,” says Witbooi. “The City would like to thank the applicants for their interest in being part of our team of lifeguards. To those who may not make the cut this time, I encourage them to take everything they can from this experience and try again next year. To the ones who will eventually be appointed, there is a great responsibility on their shoulders,” says Badroodien. Successful candidates will be employed through the summer season, running from this September to June.
Cableway closed for routine maintenance The Table Mountain Cableway closed yesterday, Monday 8 July for scheduled annual maintenance which will run until Sunday 18 August. The six-week shutdown sees the cableway’s internal technical staff working alongside riggers and equipment experts from Switzerland. Their work includes a mechanical overhaul of the rotating floors and cabin door
mechanisms in the cable cars, and the replacement of the heel and haul ropes, which pull the cable cars up and down the mountain. “Our maintenance schedule aligns with the highest global cableway standards set by the Swiss Governing Body for Cableways (BAV),” says the Cableway’s technical manager, Emile Streicher. “According to this standard, the cars re-
quire an overhaul every six years because they carry load at high altitude. Similarly, the heel and haul ropes have a limited lifetime.” The team will also service the main gearbox, generators, backup generators, and conduct electrical drive, hydraulics and brake system maintenance. The cableway’s managing director Wahida Parker encourages South Africans, 18
years and older, who celebrate their birthday within the closure period to redeem their complimentary ticket one week after the maintenance period. The 3-for-1 Kidz Season special will also be available to locals before and after the maintenance period, seven days a week until Monday 30 September. V For information go to Tablemountain.net or call 021 424 8181.
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he one-man show of Nik Rabinowitz called Work In Progress is on at the Cape Town Comedy Club and today, Thursday 11 July, is the last day. The title may be misleading though, as the show is well written, fully memorised
and hilarious. When it comes to side-splitting stories about hair transplants, ill-conceived mountain rescues, and the pitfalls of genetic testing, Rabinowitz has it all figured out, written down, and ready for delivery to all the eager audiences who attend. Except, Rabinowitz is still trying to figure out who he is, where he came from, where he’s going (Romania, probably), and how he ended up here with a wife, three kids, two animals, and the vague feeling that this life he has might belong to someone else at this stage. Tonight’s show will begin at 20:30 with the restaurant and bar opening for orders between 18:00 and 19:30. The show will run for 70 minutes with no interval or service during this time. No under 18s allowed. V Tickets are available at a cost of R150 and can be purchased via Computicket.
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The Two Oceans Aquarium is challenging schools to permanently dispose of plastic bags and to become a plastic-free zone in light of International Plastic Bag Free Day observed on Wednesday 3 July. In the 2018 International Beach Clean Up Day, 757 523 plastic shopping bags were found around beaches around Cape Town. A plastic bag-free zone is a place in which the use of plastic bags is prohibited. Schools that have already accepted the challenge are Wynberg Girls’ High School, Prestwich Street Primary School, The Grove Primary School, La Rochelle Girls’ High School, Deutsche Internationale Schule
Kapstadt, Timour Hall Primary School and DF Malherbe High School in Port Elizabeth. Schools wanting to join the challenge can contact the Aquarium on 021 814 4532 or email@example.com, nominate a champion to drive this change or communicate what is being planned, and why, to the learners, teachers and parents. Once consensus has been reached with all involved parties, a date for the “final bag” must be decided and set. People can then share the school’s stories of success and challenges with Two Oceans Aquarium and nominate a sister or brother school to follow their example.
Learn more about pangolins A film about the most trafficked mammal on earth, the African pangolin will be screened at the Erin Hall in Rondebosch on Tuesday 30 July. Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA) Western Cape Membership and Pangolin.Africa is hosting Eye of the Pangolin. It is the story of two South African filmmakers who travel the continent to find the elusive African pangolin, the most trafficked mammal on earth. As they travel to learn more about those caring for and studying pangolins they are captivated by these strange, secretive creatures and document the race to save them
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‘Work In Progress’ on show at the Comedy Club
Schools urged to become plastic free
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Walk to help feed school kids E
ntries to the 51st Peninsula School Feeding Association (PSFA) Blisters For Bread annual charity walk are now open, with the walk set to take place on Sunday 25 August. The fundraising event, in association with Lucky Star, is one of South Africa’s most established community events. It will start at the Green Point Cricket Club and will include two routes along the Sea Point Promenade, a 10km walk that starts at 07:30 and a 5km walk that starts at 08:00. Everyone who enters will receive a medal. Three of South Africa’s top pop sensations, Paxton Fielies, Jarrad Ricketts (courtesy of Heart FM) and Johnny Apple will be performing live at the finish line. A host of food and refreshment stores will be available for everyone’s enjoyment. There will also be lots of prizes up for grabs. This year, t-shirts will also be on sale for children. The colour of the t-shirts are navy blue and can only be purchased online while entering the event at the cost of R100 per t-shirt for adults and children. There will be a special children’s entertainment area hosted by Sasko Sam. Entries cost R60 per person. Each entry fee will enable PSFA to provide 24 school children affected by poverty with a nutritious cooked breakfast and lunch for an entire day. Entries are limited to 13 000 people. Group entries close on Sunday 28 July, manual entries close on Sunday 4 August and online entries are set to close on Sunday 18 August. If you are unable to walk Blisters for Bread this year, you can also make a monetary donation. This can be done by logging onto the website www.psfa.org.za. 100% of all donations will go towards school feeding and are tax-deductible. V For entries, visit www.psfa.org.za
Thousands of participants from across the city braved the cold to walk for charity in the 2018 Blisters For Bread. PHOTO: SAMANTHA LEE
SA ill-prepared for flu season Most medium-size companies are losing up to 105 days a year due to staff calling in sick because of common cold or flu since the majority of South Africans seem to be ill-prepared for the health challenges that the winter typically brings. As found in a survey conducted by colds and flu medicine supplier, Pharma Dynamics, many South Africans don’t feel it necessary to improve their health habits to stave off infection. The survey, which aimed to determine how “prepped” South Africans are for this year’s colds and flu season, found that a staggering 64% couldn’t be bothered to eat healthier by increasing their intake of fresh fruit and vegetables, 80% haven’t gone for the flu-jab and six out of 10 don’t implement proper hygiene practices, such as regular hand-washing. Of the 1800 South Africans that participated in the online poll, three quarters won’t be going to bed earlier to get in their eight hours of rest and less than half are boosting their immunity with multivitamins and health tonics. Annemarie Blackmore, antimicrobial
manager for Pharma Dynamics, says studies show that people who don’t get enough sleep are more likely to catch a cold after being exposed to the virus, which can also delay their recovery. “When we sleep, our bodies release proteins called cytokines which promote sleep and help fight infection. Too little sleep may decrease the production of both cytokines and infection-fighting antibodies, which the body needs, especially when battling a cold. Washing hands regularly with soap and water for 20 seconds will also help to limit the distribution of colds and flu viruses that are mostly transmitted by our hands,” she says. According to the survey, 85% of respondents said they didn’t think it was important to keep their hands away from their faces either, but Blackmore says it’s the easiest way of getting sick. “People usually catch colds when they rub their eyes or noses after their hands have been contaminated with the virus that they’ve picked up from other people or contaminated surfaces. If you are around a colleague or friend that is ill, ask them to cough into a tissue or their elbow to avoid the
spreading of germs. Teach children the same practice,” she says. As far as stocking up the medicine cabinet goes, 61% won’t be buying any colds and flu medication to keep handy in case of an emergency and less than 4% will be cleaning humidifiers and checking whether other equipment, such as thermometers are still in good working condition. “While stockpiling medicine is never a good idea,” remarks Blackmore, “having a supply of pain and fever medication – for both adults and children, antihistamines, a nasal decongestant, expectorant, throat spray and an electrolyte mix are all winter essentials that should be stored in a safe place. It’s usually in the middle of the night that you need it most and when you’re feeling under the weather, the last thing you want to do is to venture out into the cold to get supplies from the pharmacy. It’s also a good idea to stock the pantry with enough food and the freezer with a few pre-cooked meals for when the symptoms strike. If you have young children, have an action plan in place by lining up support ahead of time,” advises Blackmore.
It is important to have an emergency fund Life is full of surprises, unfortunately not all good. While one cannot predict everything that may happen, unexpected problems are easier to deal with when you are financially prepared. Marlies Kappers, head of marketing at DirectAxis Financial Services, says the first thing to consider is what you can realistically and affordably insure against. These will be events that are difficult or impossible to recover from, financially, if you’re not insured. They could include your home burning down, your car being stolen or written off in a crash or a long hospital stay because of illness or an accident. You can, and many people do, insure against all or most of these things either because they’re required to when they take
out the bond to buy a house or get a loan to buy a car, or because they see the sense in insuring an expensive asset. Many employers offer medical aid or a hospital plan as part of a salary package. But what about life’s more common upsets, such as when an essential appliance such as a freezer or oven stops working, a car breaks down or a toilet gets blocked? Kappers says research shows that very few people have enough saved to deal with this sort of problem, which can be very disruptive, although easier to manage if you have an emergency fund. “Having money set aside makes it easier and less stressful to deal with unforeseen problems and means you aren’t forced into decisions you may later regret.”
Here’s what the experts say: . Getting started is the hardest part. Ideally you should aim to save about 5% of your income each month for unexpected expenses. . Keep your emergency fund in a separate account, so you’re not tempted to dip into it. Money market and tax-free savings accounts are two options to consider. Ideally set up an automatic transfer. . Keep saving until you have enough to cover your normal household expenses for between three and six months. That way you’ll have a reasonable cushion. . If you need to use all or some of the money, try to cut back on non-essential expenses such as entertainment or holidays until you’ve replenished it.
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CITY VISION Thursday, 11 July 2019
This year’s Totalsports Women’s Race will boast a combined prize purse of R123 600.
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Record purse for Women’s Race T
he Totalsports Women’s Race taking place on National Women’s Day (Friday 9 August) across three major cities will boast a combined prize purse of R123 600. The annual Women’s Day Race taking place in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban is a celebration that encourages athletes to run united in support of PinkDrive because they are #StrongerTogether. “We can’t wait to welcome runners and walkers to the Totalsports Women’s Race
start line,” says Agne du Plessis, Stillwater Sports’ general manager for road running. For the first time since the event’s inception in 2001, South Africa’s largest Women’s Day celebration will be hosted on one day across three major cities. “Although a mass participation road run, the race also attracts South Africa’s leading ladies and up-and-coming stars. As motivation to continue pushing the boundaries, we are excited to offer a combined prize purse of R123 600, that’s a total of R 41 200 per city,”
she adds. Prize money will be allocated to the top eight finishers in the open category with the winner taking home R10 000. “We are proud to announce that the top eight runners in the junior category will also be awarded for their efforts. The top three finishers in the age categories 40-49, 50-59, 6069 and 70+ will also not go home empty-handed. There is never a shortage of excitement at the race. We invite runners and walkers to celebrate National Women’s Day among thousands of like-minded individuals,” con-
tinues Du Plessis. She encourages entrants to visit the PinkDrive #Shop4Cancer to #PimpYourselfPink and help spread the message that early detection can save lives. Each entrant will receive a fitted event T-shirt, a Totalsports head-scarf and a finisher’s bracelet while being treated to an entertaining route experience with refreshment points. V For more information or to enter visit www.totalsportswomensrace.com.
A determined Bafana wins derby match SIYABONGA KALIPA Bafana United Football Club came out victorious in their derby match against rivals Firefighters Football Club at Mandela Park Stadium in Khayelitsha on Saturday 6 July. Bafana won 6-0. The two teams play in the Mandela Park Local Football Association. The wet weather could not deter Bafana as they set their sights on finishing the season in a good position on the log. Bafana coach Kuna Skiti said their opponents did not start the game with their full squad. “Not all of their players pitched for the start of the game which meant it was not competitive at the start,” he said. However, he said it became better as it went on and that they are happy with the three points. He said they are competing in the league even though it is still the first round. Skiti said they will soon start preparing for their next game, but added that they are not be planning something out of the ordinary.
Bafana United Football Club thrashed Firefighters Football Club on Saturday 6 July.
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qela lombhoxo lase Khayelitsha iBlue Jets ilibhulele amasaka iqela lase Manenberg, iManenberg Rangers, ngethuba ejijisana kwibala lombhoxo lase Khayelitsha, iKhayelitsha Stadium, ngoMgqibelo. La maqela adlala kwi Super League C yombhoxo wephondo leNtshona Koloni. Ukanit iBlue Jets izenzele unothanda yalibetha eli qela lasemzini ngentaphane yamanqaku angama 38 kwimbade yesikhova. Umqeqeshi weBlue Jets uMtutuzeli Madikane uthe abadlali bakhe bebezimisele kakhulu yiyo lonto bethe baphumelela ngale ndlela. “Bebezimisele ebaleni abadlali kwaye nenkxaso esithe sayifumana eluntwini iye yasenza sazimisela,” utshilo. Uthe enye into abadlali bakhe bebewulungele umdlalo ndaphezu kwabo bebequbisene nabo. U – Madikane uthe bebenomthetho ngethuba bedlala kuba bekunzima ukuba elinye iqela eli lidlalele kumhlaba wabo. Uthe esinye isizathu sokuzimisela kwabadlali kungenxa yendawo abazibona bekuyo kwi logu. “Sisendaweni embi kakhulu kwi logu yi lonto sizimisela kuba sifuna ukuthatha amanqaku ukwenzela sibe kwindawo entle,” utshilo. Waleke ngelithi bazakujonga umdlalo ngamnye ngoku ukwenzela bangazozifakela uxinzelelo xa bedlala. Umqeqeshi we Rangers uShukr Hartzenberg uthe umdlalo ubumhle kakhulu bona babethwe kungasebenzisi amathuba abo. Uthe udanile ziziphumo zomdlalo kodwa ke iqela ebebedlala nalo belizilungiselele kakuhle kunabo. Ezinye iziphumo ze Super League C: i-Blue Stars United ibethe iElsies River United 21-6, Kraaifontein 21 - 17 Pniel Villagers Raithby Universals 13 - 13 Kylemore Scottsdene Central 18 - 13 Strand United Young Wesley 0 - 24 Morning Star
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