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Fear of fires leaves Nolizwi with no hope UNATHI OBOSE

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ith the fire season already here, a wheelchair bound shack dweller is at her wits end over the prospect of an inferno engulfing her household. Nolizwi Jinoyi-Mzomba(43) says she lives with her two sons, aged 14 and 23 years, at a shack in BM Section, in Site B. She also has a helper, who comes in from Monday to Friday, to cook, wash her and clean the house. The area is prone to summer fires and she now fears that if anything happens, she would be found wanting, as she struggles to move her wheelchair about. A few years ago, hundreds of people from her neighbourhood were left homeless after a fire broke out in the vicinity. Scores of victims were placed at the Mew Way hall. In an interview, a visibly nervous JinoyiMzomba said all she wants is a safe place to stay. She said she has been relying on family and friends for assistance, since she first became bed-ridden in 2017 and wheelchair driven. She said her troubles started two years ago, before she became completely paralysed early last year. She felt “pricking needles under her right foot. The pain gradually went through the leg to the hip. The feeling later moved to the left leg, making it impossible for her to move. Jinoyi-Mzomba claimed when she visited a private doctor, she was informed it was ar-

thritis, and was referred to Tygerberg Hospital. However, she said doctors at the hospital suspected scoliosis, a sideways curvature of the spine which may cause the spine to be in the shape of a C or S instead of being straight. It sometimes causes the body to look uneven through the shoulders, waist or hips. Since then, her life has deteriorated, as she developed bladder problems. She is now using a catheter. “My back was operated on in March, in order to insert a flexible wire, to try and straighten my backbone. Even now I still experience pains because the doctors told me that this will take up to a year to heal,” she said. However, the fear of death by fire seems to occupy her mind all of the time. “I cannot move, I must ask assistance just to be put on a bed or a chair ... My shack is too small even for my wheelchair to drive manoeuvre ... Even if I have to go out, I have to ask someone else to push me because there is no proper paving for my wheelchair.” “I have to hire somebody to cook, do the washing and clean the house for me. She also bathes me because I cannot move,” she said. Jinoyi-Mzomba was with her aunt Nomvo Mzomba- on a visit from Ilitha Park- who described her niece’s condition as disturbing. “She is a diabetic. My concern is once her legs have to be amputated,” she said. Mzomba said she wished for a motorized wheels.

Nolizwi Jinoyi-Mzomba sitting on her wheelchair, as her aunt Nomvo Mzomba stands next to her. PHOTO: UNATHI OBOSE


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Mew Way repairs will take time UNATHI OBOSE

Security and Social Services, J.P Smith, said it would cost the City almost R3 million to repair the hall. “The Department of Recreation and Parks is in the process of sourcing quotations from vendors who are skilled to repair the different components of work. “It is not possible at this stage to give a date of completion for the completion of the entire project,” he said. Smith encouraged the community to recognise that public facilities were there to serve their interests. “Communal facilities are for the benefit of all and when they are vandalised, it is the same community that is severely disadvantaged,” he stated. Mziwothando Ndabambi, from RR Section, lambasted those who damaged the facility. “When people are protesting for the right cause, there will always be those who are there for all the wrong reasons,” said Ndabambi. “Protest organisers need to guide the protest and ensure that nothing wrong is happening.” He described the vandalism of the hall as a loss for the community.

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he City of Cape Town says it cannot say when will repairs to the vandalised Mew Way Hall be completed, but it is working tirelessly to ensure that the facility is once again open to the public. The hall, which is one of Khayelitsha biggest and busiest, was damaged by angry RR residents in August. It was allegedly set alight by angry residents demanding service delivery, prompting an indefinite closure of the facility and the cancellation of all the events planned for the hall. In an interview with City Vision, Ward 89 Councillor Monde Nqulwana, said the damage to the hall impacted negatively on the ward. He said organisations and government departments normally used the hall for a range of events, giving vendors an opportunity to earn a living. He said the hall seems to be a soft target during service delivery protests. In 2014, he said, residents vented their anger on the facility during a protest and it was

Mew Way Hall was vandalised during service delivery protest by RR Section residents is August. Repairs are underway. PHOTO: UNATHI OBOSE a long time before it was repaired. Nqulwana has urged residents to guard the facility, as it benefited them, to a large extent. “The same people who were burning the

building are regretting it now, people must stop venting their anger against government facilities because they need them,” he said, adding that the facility is an asset. Mayoral committee member for Safety,

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Struggling clinic robbed THULANI MAGAZI

Cape Town mayor Dan Plato addressing DA members in Khayelitsha last week.PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

Staff at Mdzananda Animal Clinic in Makhaya, is reeling in shock after three armed robbers stormed the premises, robbing them of cash. The robbery comes as the clinic scrambles to raise funds after loosing one of its biggest funders recently. Marcelle du Plessis, fundraising and communications manager at the clinic, said the robbers entered the clinic as four staff members enjoyed their lunch. She said they ordered them to “keep quiet” and demanded cash. “Clearly they have been watching us,” she said. Du Plessis said the clinic does not normally keep cash on the premises and they were preparing to leave with some money when the trio pounced. “They also tried to take our computers, but we begged them to leave it because the entire information for the clinic is in there. We do not have ‘cloud’(an app)

where we can store our information,” she said. After a brief engagement among the robbers, she said they decided to leave the computer. “They then locked us in the filing room and left,” she said. The workers were freed by one of their peers who arrived in the aftermath. Du Plessis said they immediately called the police. She said the incident has “shaken” everyone at the clinic, however there is no time to focus on what happened. “The animals and the community needs us, but you can see people are still struggling,” said Du Plessis. Mdzananda offers veterinarian services to thousands of pets in Khayelitsha and the surrounding areas for next to nothing. Du Plessis said while they remain committed to helping the community, it “makes you nervous for the future”. Police spokesperson Captain Siyabulela Vukubi said police were investigating.

“I don’t trust Plato” -KDF’s Tyhido says Intlanganiso yomhlaba wase Simonstown SIYABONGA KALIPA

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he visit by newly installed City of Cape Town mayor Dan Plato to Khayelitsha last week has drawn negative reactions from the Social Justice Coalition (SJC) and the Khayelitsha Development Forum (KDF). Plato, who was elected mayor on Tuesday last week following the resignation of Patricia De Lille, visited Khayelitsha’s Noluthando School for the Deaf, to engage with members of the Democratic Alliance (DA). Plato, who previously served as Cape Town mayor between 2009 and 2011, promised to look into service delivery issues in Khayelitsha. He said the resignation of De Lille would not hinder service delivery, although he conceded that the City had its own problems, some of which have led to service delivery protests in some parts of Khayelitsha. Plato urged ward councillors to pay attention to service delivery issues. He added that the City cannot provide jobs for everyone, and called for small businesses to support their efforts.

KDF chairperson Ndithini Tyhido said it was early days to draw something out of his leadership, adding that he did not trust Plato. Tyhido said anyone who wanted to talk about service delivery should do so in public, and not only address party members. “They are lying when they make such pronunciations to members of their party(and) not the greater public,” he said. He said the public needs to participate in talks regarding service delivery, so they can have an input because they are the ones who know what services they need. Tyhido called on Plato to consult community structures. SJC General Secretary Axolile Notywala said the fact that Plato addressed(only) his party members, showed that service delivery was not his priority. He further accused Plato of campaigning for his party ahead of next year’s general elections. “The poor have never been a priority in the City of Cape Town,” he said. He said even the budget the City allocates for service delivery is not enough and therefore making promises without backing them up with money, they mean nothing.

Bonke abantu ababe fudula behlala e Simy, bayamenywa yi-Luyolo Land Distribution Committee, kwi ntlanganiso yokugqibela yonyaka ka2018. Le ntlanganiso izakuhla ngoMgqibelo lo siya kuwo, umhla we 17 ku November.

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Fire victims: ‘help us claim back our life’ UNATHI OBOSE

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early a month since the devastating fire ripped through the SST area, in Town Two, the Ngcingwana family is still battling to come to terms with the effects of the inferno. Like all those affected by the deadly fire, the family lost everything, and it has been an uphill battle to replace their belongings. More than 1000 people were left homeless when the fire swept through the area on Saturday 20 October, destroying 342 structures. Only Sango Nqeneka(31) lost his life in the fire. However, those left to pick up the pieces, have been battling to get their lives back. Nombuso Ngcingwana(43) said it has not been easy. While she managed to replace some of her belongings, she has battled to secure the uniform for her nine-year-old son Aphiwe. She is appealing for help. Since the fire, Ngcingwana said her child had to go to school in normal clothing. Aphiwe is a Grade 3 learner at Chuma Primary School. “Now he has to go to school wearing his casual clothes and sneakers,” she said, adding that he was lucky because he had man-

aged to save his school books. Ngcingwana said she has a mammoth task of buying her son the school uniform. “I’m unemployed, and my husband also works on odd jobs. I feel sad when I look at him going to school wearing old clothes and wishing that I can buy him new school uniform,” she said. Provincial MEC for education Debbie Schafer’s spokesperson Jessica Shelver said there are 152 learners from Metro East that were affected by the Khayelitsha fire and nine learners from Kosovo. “Principals have reported that they are assisting these learners with a safe space to study as well as study materials. The district is also providing additional resources to schools as required. Our exams directorate has also confirmed that arrangements have been made for the learners who lost their identity documents in the fire to write the exams,” said Shelver. Shelver said they are heartened by the support that has been pledge by a number of schools who have appealed to their parent bodies to assist with donations of stationery, clothing, bedding and non perishable food. This is but one story in the aftermath of a tragedy that befell a community.

Nombuso Ngcingwana with her son Aphiwe Ngcingwana.

PHOTO: UNATHI OBOSE

Amashishini aphume izandla athiwe wandla SIYABONGA KALIPA Azingomba amacala amatyendyana amabini ase Khayelitsha aqhuba ishishini lezokhenketho, iABCD Concepts, emva kokuphumelela iwonga kunye nenkxaso yezimali kwingxowamali yebhodi yezotyelelo yase Kapa, iCape Town Tourism Board Development Fund, ngabula makhumsha. Abasunguli beli shishini uBuntu Matole kunye noAyanda Cuba, bavakalise uchulumanco yinkxaso abathe bayifumana. Ishishini labo lelesibini elizinze eKhayelitsha elithe lafumana inkxaso kule bhodi.

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comeka, kwaye bakhona nabantu abayijongileyo imigudu yabo. “Ukusuka elokishini, sibe sibancinci nokuba bancinci, siyavuya ngokuphumelela, kuba besikhuphisana namashishini ekudala emile,” utshilo uMatole. Uthe eli wonga liyabakhuthaza ukuba baqhubeke neshishini lokubonisa iindwendwe indawo zase Khayelitsha. U Matole uthe mninzi umsebenzi ekusafuneka bewenzile ukuze baphinde baphumelele amanye amawonga. Woleke ngelithi eli wonga lizakubanceda ekukhuliseni ishishini kuba bazokufundis-

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Words that make sense

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Noluthando School for the Deaf grade R learners graduated last week. PHOTO: SIYABONGA KALIPA

riday was a day to remember for Grade R learners at Noluthando School for the Deaf in Khayelitsha, as they were taken through their graduation paces during a ceremony at the school. The eight learners, all seven-years-old, were joined by a group of parents who also graduated after completing an eight week course, designed to offer support to their deaf children, who are learners at the school. The training was organised by Wordworks, an organisa-

tion that focuses on early language and literacy development in the first eight years of children’s lives. Ayanda Ncinane, principal at the school, said he was happy to see Grade R learners graduate. He said Grade R gave learners a solid foundation into the future. Ncinane said the graduation encouraged the learners to be positive and dream big. “We are saying to you, without education, you do not have a future,” he said. He added that despite Noluthando being a school for the deaf, they are teaching the same curriculum as normal

schools. One of the adult graduates, Fundeka Peter, said before attending the course, she could not handle her deaf child. “I did not know how to communicate with my child, and I would sometimes beat her for no good reason,” she said. Peter said she now has a better understanding of the child. Another parent Phumeza Mangena, who also attended the graduation ceremony, said she was happy to see her child graduating. She added that she would love to see her continue studying and become something one day.


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For us, there is never a light at the end ... My name is Charmaine Pretorius, Community Leader in Hillview 2 – an informal settlement where we are living in huts packed on top of one another. From my side I just want to know why, when our people buy R10 electricity, they get 3 units? – which means you cannot even make dinner with those units. It usually goes for keeping the lights on in the house. We sit with children who will write exams soon. Where does the light come from? It is so unsafe for our people to pick up branches in the woods to put food on the table. Also unhealthy for our community of which we have people with tuberculosis and other diseases. Here I am, a living witness, sitting with a cold because it’s hot outside and cold inside. Something can happen to our women and children. What does it help the gangsters run into the bush to shelter from the police? Even if we try to report a complaint, the electric trucks bypass our people with the promise to correct the mistake the next day – which leads to months, sometimes years, only time they discover it when your lights trip

again. Then they seek an amount of R3000 to put your power back on. My question is where do we fit from the informal settlements with the IRP planning for 2018? Until 2021? It’s not just about the informal settlements. It is also about formal rate payers. We in the informal settlements draw short straws, the shortest end. Now my question is why do they put electricity in your home when you can not afford the units? It is then an ornament in your house. You asked for it. You have got it. So shut up and be satisfied. That’s how we feel. Please, think of us in the informal settlements if you make decisions. We beg you. This letter was read during Public Participation Workshops organised by Project 90 by 2030 held with a group of concerned community leaders from Nyanga, Hillview, Gugulethu and Khayelitsha on Thursday 4 October, to discuss the draft Integrated Resource Plan (IRP 2018) and how the various proposed scenarios could affect people’s daily lives in future. CHARMAINE PRETORIOUS Hillview2

Stop the blame game; work South African leadership is under a lot of economical pressure due to the weak rand, as well as instability in some of the country’s State Owner Enterprises (SOE’s). As a country, we recently held a Job Summit that cost the taxpayer about n R15 million. Our unemployment rate has increased to 27.5% and the government grant dependents have also increased. These are some of the issues that as a country we must deal with collectively. We can’t work in silos when dealing with such complex matters. As a country, we need strong decisive leadership. For all the troubles and shortfalls that occurred between 1999 and 2008, we blamed former President Thabo Mbeki. We are now blaming former president Jacob Zuma for all the shortfalls between 2009-2017. If we are saying this is a collective

leadership, why only one person takes the blame for all our pitfalls? This blame game does not only happen in politics or government, but throughout our society, even at churches, NGO’s etc. I’m of the view that if we are to sort this country, we need to be all unaccountable and responsible. Accountability needs to come from the bottom-up. The amount of energy we use to protest and cast stones must be equal to the accountability we pose to ourselves and to the incumbent leaders. For greater impact in the society, we need to ensure, firstly in our own homes that there is leadership and accountable roles, played by parents and the entire people of the society. THEMBALETHU QOLO KTC Nyanga

IN MEMORIUM: A commemoration of Armistice Day and a Remembrance Day memorial parade took place on Sunday at the Cenotaph in Adderley Street. This year also marks the centenary of the end of World WarI.

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Hundreds of congregants from Revelation Church of God joined prophet Samuel Radebe for a 5km walk through the streets, from Khayelitsha Stadium to Mandela Park, where aerobics sessions were held. PHOTOS: LINDILE MBONTSI

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Prophet Samuel Radebe makes a way through a crowd of people.


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ISAZISO ESINGEENTLANGANISO ZAMABHUNGANA: KWEYENKANGA (NOVEMBA) 2018 Kukhutshwa isaziso sokuba iintlanganiso zamaBhungana angama­24 eSixeko saseKapa ziyakuthi zichotshelwe ngamaxesha nakwiindawo ezibonakaliswe kwishedyuli engezantsi apha:

Sibusiso Mash Mashiloane is to perform in Gugulethu.

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ianist and composer Sibusiso Mash Mashiloane and his band will be in Cape Town for various concerts from Friday 16 November to Sunday 18 November as part of the launch of his third album Closer to Home. Mashiloane’s third album release comes at a time when he wants to zoom on into his social and musical identity. Born in Mpumalanga, surrounded by Ndebele, Pedi and Swazi people and later moving to KwaZulu Natal, he observed that each society breathes its own character: “If that character is not embraced, the significance of being part of it, is lost” says Mashiloane. All the cultures he experienced have their own transitional, cultural impact, which gives birth to new societies of mixed cultures and traditions. You can clearly hear this in his album

“Closer To Home”, is a culmination of all the musical dialects and the characteristics of the communities he has stayed and shared with. It is however not a complete reflection, but a serious starting point, which he trusts to attain a better understanding and revelations through his studies and musical encounters. An impressive list of established artists such as Kunle Ayo on guitar, Tlale Makhene on percussions, Paki Peloeole on drums and Qhubekani Mthetwa on bass guitar contributed to the album. About the choice of musicians that contributed to this music he says “these musicians all take pride in their identity and are not only driven by their music’s skill impressions but also by relevancy and accuracy.” Contact Luvuyo Kakaza on 021 410 9966 or 060 960 8935 for more information.

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Ukuze ufumane i­ajenda ngokupheleleyo nawo onke amaxwebhu axhasa oko, kwiiyure ezingama­72 ngaphambi kokuba kuqalise intlanganiso, ndwendwela kwa www.capetown.gov.za/subcouncils. Phawula umhla wentlanganiso yeBhungana, chonga iBhungana elo ulifunayo kwaye ufumane i-ajenda. •

Nceda unike ingxelo ngazo naziphina iingxaki kuMphathi weBhungana ofanelekileyo.

Esi saziso sivulelekile ukuba kucetyiswane noluntu kwisithuba senyanga yeNkanga 2018. Esi saziso kwakhona siyafumaneka ukuba siphononongwe kwii-ofisi zeBhungana kwaye amaqela anomdla angavakalisa izimvo zawo ngokujoliswe koku kulandelayo: •

Isiphakamiso sesithintelo sexeshana sokungena: kwi-Tiverton Road Subway, e-Plumstead

Ngokwecandelo-17 loMthetho wobuRhulumente boMmandla ongeeNkqubo zikaMasipala ongunomb.32 wango-2000, amalungu oluntu, amaqela anomdla nachaphazelekayo okanye imibutho anethuba ukuba angenise naziphina izichaso okanye izimvo ngokujoliswe ‘kwisithintelo sexeshana sokungena’, ukususela ngowe­9 kweyeNkanga ukuya ngeye­9 kweyoMnga (Disemba) 2018, apho bayakuthi baquke isizathu esicacisiweyo, ngale ndlela ilandelayo: • • •

JUBILEE YEAR: Nophelo Veronica Boqwana celebrated her 60th birthday with family and friends on Saturday 3 November in Khayelitsha. She is joined in the picture by her sisters, Nandipha Yengo and Nomvula. According to a family statement, Nophelo has one beautiful daughter called Nokwanda, who decided to make that event successful.

Ngesandla: kwiBhungana­20, Alphen Centre, Constantia Main Road, Constantia (Sijoliswe kuMphathi weBhungana, uMnu R White) okanye e­ Retreat Library, Joe Marks Boulevard, Retreat okanye kwi­Wynberg Library, Glaren Road, Wynberg okanye kwi­Plumstead Library, Shop 20 Village Square, Yudelman’s Lane, Plumstead Nge­imeyile: Subcouncil.20@capetown.gov.za Kwiwebhusayithi: www.capetown.gov.za kwaye ucofe ngezantsi kwicandelo i-“Have your say”

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“I think what I’m most looking forward to this season, is getting an opportunity to play and express myself and everything that I have been fortunate to learn in the past very tough three months of pre-season. Whether I am playing for the Academy or the Blitzboks, my duty remains the same and my willingness to learn and grow as a player will still be hungrier than ever. Another thing that I am excited to continue doing, is learn from my senior teammates. The experience of these players is irreplaceable, and the effort they put into helping us youngsters is extremely generous and it just shows how they all value this successful system. Thus far, I have only played in the Hong Kong and Singapore Sevens but will work hard to be part of the team that is competing in all 10 tournaments,” he says. What people don’t know is that he is a passionate fisherman and loves golf, and that he played provincial hockey at school and no rugby after Grade 9. “My motto in life is that it’s not about how hard you can hit, but about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward. There is also a misunderstanding among the public that my great-granddad is Japie Krige. My great-granddad is actually direct family of Japie Krige. I do believe that I have rugby in my blood as both my granddads played provincially. Going the rugby route was not initially my decision – it was only once I got to Maties that I made the decision to play. With the aid of my family I decided I wanted to give it everything and this year I received the Rector’s Award for sport. “I am still currently registered to complete my Phd in Financial Planning (CFP), however with my recent inclusion in the Sevens I have slowed it down a bit and will pick it up again to complete it in the next year or two. I have finished my undergraduate at Maties and did B Comm Economics and Management Science with a double major in Finance and Logistics. “When I joined the Blitzboks Sandile Ngcobo (Stix) really pushed me to the boundaries I didn’t know I had and continues to push me to be the best I can be. I think it’s hard to pinpoint who of the senior players take the youngsters under their wings,”


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e has gone on to become one of the most well-known professional cricketers in South African and has still not forgotten his roots. JP Duminy started the JP21 Foundation in 2015, focusing on youth development at primary schools, through cricket clinics and a league. “[I was inspired to start the foundation] through values instilled in me, to always give back, to make sure we remain humble in our own successes and achievements. For a long time I would give back in my time and resources to other worthy causes; [this] led me to believe that it was time to start my own foundation and give a meaningful contribution, by making this foundation a passion,” says Duminy. From the age of five, Duminy started his cricket career playing in the streets of Mitchell’s Plain and Strandfontein. “My parents had more belief in me than I had; that I could make a career out of the game. My success is certainly not a one-man show. Teammates, coaches, parents, my wife and faith, all play a huge role in where I am today,” says Duminy. For the past three years, the foundation has also partnered with the Mitchell’s Plain Titans in presenting the annual JP21 Mitchell’s Plain Titans race, already in its 11th year. “[The race] was about community involvement. Whilst the foundation works in the primary school space, it’s important for us to engage the community at large, by showcasing our work and raising awareness and inspiring people to stay active,” says Duminy. “I come from this community, my family lives here, it’s close to my heart, and we get

to showcase Mitchell’s Plain to other parts of the Western Cape and nationally. Yes, we use cricket to create positive environments but the real essence is community development and this race helps us in our endeavours in achieving that.” This year, you will see Duminy lace up his running shoes to participate in the 5km fun run. “I’ll run with kids and some of my friends and family in the 5km run. I will also open the 10km race. I am excited to see the numbers and it’s great to see how the race has grown over the years,” says Duminy. Reaching their goal of growing the race last year, they hope to see at least 3000 runners this year. Avid runners and novices alike can tie their laces and try their hand at the 21km, 10km or 5km race on Saturday 24 November­. This year, the race is also a league race Partners include the City of Cape Town, Western Cape Department of Arts, Culture and Sport, Boxer Superstores, Total Sports, Peninsula Beverages, Smile 90.4fm and Liberty Promenade Mall. The Mitchell’s Plain Titans AC will be assisted by Khayelitsha AC as marshals for the event. City Vision is the official media partner. Online entries close on Sunday 18 November with manual entries open until the morning of the event. Entry to the 21km race is R90 for licensed runners and R145 for unlicensed runners. Entry to the 10km race is R50 for licensed runners and R80 for unlicensed runners. Entry to the 5km race costs R20. The 21km and 10km races will start at Glendale High School and end at Rocklands Sports Field, while the 5km race will start and end at Rocklands Sports Field. The races are open to all. The event aims to celebrate the history and culture of the area. V Follow the Mitchell’s Plain Titans and JP21 Foundation on Facebook. To enter, visit topevents.co.za.

JP Duminy during a recent cricket clinic hosted by the foundation.

PHOTO: SAMANTHA LEE (FILE)

Brothers clash with Tigers yields nothing at all UNATHI OBOSE The match between Red Tigers F.C and Soul Brothers F.C ended in a goalless draw on Sunday, with both teams missing clear chances. Taking place at the Vuyiseka Sports Complex in Philippi, it was a balanced game as Brothers F.C from Better Life dominated the first half and Tigers from Samora Machel dominated the second half. Both the teams were disappointed as they needed full points to move up on the league. Tiger’s coach Tulba Sobantwana praised his players for showing good football skills but said their problems were mainly in the front line. “We should have scored at least three clear goals, but our strikers failed us. They (players) knock the ball well from the back to the midfield but the problem is in the finishing ... This was our game(and) we should have won,” said Sobantwana. However, he gave credit to Brothers for showing resilience. “We knew that they were going to come forwards at us, although we were planning on catching them in the counter attack,” said Sobantwana. Brothers coach Brian Matiwane reiterated Sobantwana’s sentiments that his team lacked the spark in front of the goals. “I think we need to score goals. We play good football, but can’t score,” said Matiwane, who emphasised that ball possession does not win matches, but goals doe. He also lambasted his players for losing the ball easily. Tigers is on sixth position with 38 points. While Brothers are ninth with 33 points.

Red Tigers, in red, and Soul Brothers, in green, clashed at Vuyiseka on Sunday.

City Vision Khayelitsha/ Mfuleni - 15 November 2018  
City Vision Khayelitsha/ Mfuleni - 15 November 2018  
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