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HE African National Congress’ Regional Executive Committee (REC) at Florence Matomela House issued a strong statement on Monday against deployees of the party who fail to implement decisions and thus put the ruling ANC in disrepute. In a statement issued the committee said their actions was necessitated by the fact that they, as the African National Congress,are accountable to the electorate that democratically put them in power. “We are obliged to let them know every exact detail in what is happening about their rates and taxes, about economic development, infrastructure development and service delivery performance,” the statement read. “When the ANC campaigned for your votes, we promised to build better communities, to prioritise the fight against corruption and crime, to create decent work, and to decisively address poverty. “The African National Congress in this Region has noted that, in the recent past period, the NMBM has been underperforming on all of these mandates given to us by the people and we cannot and will not sit by and be quiet about a Municipality that we are supposed to drive in order to achieve the mandate given to us by the people,” the statement read. At the conference the REC said that under the leadership of Executive mayor, Zanoxolo Wayile, the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality “is going down the drain”. They blamed Wayile for failing to

implement decisions taken by the Political Management Team (PMT) headed by ANC NEC member Derrick Hanekom. Instead, the REC claimed, Wayile is imposing 154 section support on the metro’s administration. “We are regressing instead of progressing,” said Regional Deputy Chairperson Chippa Ngcolomba, adding that they are observing many irresponsible and incompetent acts committed by its strategic deployees in this rich municipality in the province. Ngcolomba said when they campaigned, they promised the electorate to build better communities, to end corruption and crime and to create decent employment opportunities. “What we observe now is political economy at play,” he said. Ngcolomba said since the appointment of Acting Municipal manager Themba Hani, the metro municipality continues to make blunders which will result in the ANC losing the trust of the electorate and mandate. “The metro is for the first time sliding towards a qualified audit report.” The region blamed MEC for Local Government and Traditional Affairs, Mlibo Qoboshiyane, for some of the mess the municipality finds itself in. According to REC Chairperson Nceba Faku, Hani’s temporary appointment was for three months to work towards the appointment of the permanent Municipal Manager to create stability within the metro. “But instead it became a conflict of interest because he wants the job for himself,” said Faku. “As Chief architect of all the costly suspensions of senior officials in this municipality, Hani has over-

ANC REC leaders from left, Nceba Faku (Chairperson) and Deputy Chairperson Chip­ pa Ngcolomba, Wandisile Jikeka and Zandisile Qupe addressing the media at Flor­ ence Matomela House in PE on Monday. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA stayed his three months and he must go,” said Ngcolomba. He added: “His overstay has resulted in the institution failing to deliver on its mandate to the electorate. We cannot be silent, as the ANC.” Faku blamed MEC Qoboshiyane

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Freedom fighter Dr Lizo Sitoto laid to rest THE Minister of Human Settlements Tokyo Sexwale failed to arrive at the funeral of Uitenhage stalwart Lizo Sitoto (69) on Saturday, but that did not dampen the spirits of mourners who described the former Robben Island prisoner as the people’s hero.

The funeral was held at the Apostolic Church in KwaNobuhle. Hundreds of mourners, including former MK soldiers and ANC Women’s League members, sang and toy-toyed bidding farewell to a family man, father, freedom fighter, sports activist and educationist. Sitoto died of heart failure last week Sunday. In an exclusive interview with PE Express Indaba, Nelson Mandela Bay Executive mayor, Zanoxolo Wayile, said: “A towering hero of our struggle; the best son of the soil is no more.”

Wayile added: “What appears today is on its way to disappearing tomorrow. Your (Sitoto’s) contribution in liberating South Africa will remain forever.” ANC Veteran Mahlubandile Maqungu said Sitoto was a selfless cadre who gave his life without looking for positions of power in return - unlike many activists today who join politics to become councillors, premiers or presidents. “Sitoto was not like that,” said Maqungu, who also went to exile in Lesotho and Zambia. Sitoto spent 10 years of incarceration at Robben Island with Sexwale, among others. The prisoners formed the famous Makana Football Association which was a great proof of their persistence and resilience in a fight for equal rights, freedom and justice during apartheid years in South Africa. The history behind the formation

of this association which was affiliated to World Football Governing Body, Fifa, was captured in a book “More Than Just a Game” which was later turned into a movie featuring the best of Mzantsi’s actors. Sitoto, Mark Shinners, Anthony Suze, Sedick Isaac and Marcus Solomon were honoured by the United Kingdom’s De Montfort University with a Philosophy Doctorate (PhD) for their role in creating the league that followed Fifa rules and guidelines. Sitoto and his wife Maggie were running an Early Childhood Development (ECD)

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Lizo Sitoto’s wife Magamase Maggie Sitoto is flanked by her sister­in­law Nowezile Mbolekwa (left) and her sister Nowakhe Ndumndum during Sitoto’s funeral service last Saturday. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

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Help police find missing persons NCEBA DLADLA MOTHERWELL police are looking for information on the whereabouts of Xolisa Mfihlo and Nolubabalo Hashe who were last seen on 22 June and 5 May respectively. Mfihlo of Sodladla Street, Shukushukuma, Motherwell was last seen walking on the M17 on the way to Veeplaas on the day he disappeared. He was wearing a blue work suit. Anyone

with information about his whereabouts should please contact Constable Keegan van der Bergh of Motherwell Detectives at: 0 041 505 0843 or 084 3843 346. Hashe of NU 29 left home on May 5 and did not tell anyone where she was going. She never returned home. She was wearing a lightblue T-shirt, skirt and brown push. Anyone with information on her whereabouts should please contact Constable Arron Mkhonjiswa of Motherwell Detectives at 0 041 462 0730 or 078 1266 873.

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WB Tshume Primary thanks UK volunteer teachers in style husband and wife team Barry and Brenda Hinchliff who together with Liz Jones taught English, Literacy and Arts at the school. It was a touching moment for the teachers and the elderly volunteers as they exchanged gifts and pleasantries during the function. Learners also offered their appreciation in poetry, song and dancing. Teachers Zoleka Zinto, Rita Badi and Bajabulile Zonke described how the trio made a difference not only

NCEBA DLADLA WB TSHUME Primary School of KwaZakhele in Port Elizabeth bade farewell to three retired teachers from the United Kingdom who volunteered at the school for the past four weeks. Principal Buyile Sali and members of staff, the School Governing Body (SGB) and learners thanked

Bidding farewell to UK volunteers seated from left Liz Jones, Barry and Brenda Hinchliff are WB Tshume principal Buyile Sali, fifth from left, standing and members of staff, parents and pupil (far left) Dimpho Lukashe. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

in the lives of the children but in theirs as well. “You have instilled in us a love and enthusiasm for arts. Through your efforts we have established good working relations with an art gallery and our children now have a higher regard for visual arts as a career,” said Zinto. English teacher Badi was perplexed by her learners increased love for the language after the lessons given by Barry Hinchliff. This was the Hinchliffs sixth visit to the school and Jones’ first visit. Their work was not only confined to the classroom as the volunteers also put up infrastructure at the school. According to principal Sali, they also built a library facility, a kitchen and improved the overall image of the school. “We thank them from the bottom of our hearts. These teachers volunteer their time, finances, skills and expertise as members of UK based companies People and Places as well as Saga who work with SA’s Calabash Trust and Calabash Tours who identify needy schools from previously disadvantaged communities,” explained Xolani Makalima of the Calabash Tours.

The social development Motherwell office is looking for anyone with de­ tails pertaining to the whereabouts of the parents (mother’s name Sipo­ sethu Nkumanda) of a baby boy, Buh­ lebenkosi Nkumanda (assumed name), born on 22­02­2012. He was abandoned on 5 March 2012. Any­ one with information is asked to con­ tact the social worker concerned, Mr S Busakwe on 0 041 461 7194. Photo: SUPPLIED

Mother of Linoxolo Gqamane sought The ACVV PE Suid is looking for the mother of Linoxolo Gqamane. The mother, Khanyiswa Gqamane, abandoned the child. Any person with information regarding the mother can contact the social worker, Mrs KJ

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The cost will be R80 for 2 jumbo photos, or R100 for 4 jumbos. Open days will be held at Pro Design Photographers’ studio at 26 Joan’s Way, Westering, on November 14, 15, 19 from 10am to 6pm. On Saturday November 17 photos will be taken from 10am to 2pm. Special open days will also this week be held at Moffett on Main Lifestyle Centre in the food court area. A specially decorated Christmas setup will be available for all entrants to be photographed. The open days will be every day from today until Saturday (November 17) from 9am to 1pm. No bookings are necessary on any of the open days. Entrants will be photographed in the order that they arrive at the studio, or Moffett on Main centre. For studio prices and bookings ProDesign Photographers can be contacted at 0 041 360 9538. The winner will be selected from the photographic entries by judges who will be representing the prize sponsors. Not all the entries will be published in the PE Express. For more information and rules, visit our website at or the mobi site at

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Indaba Ezemidlalo Good hope for amateur boxing club in Motherwell NCEBA DLADLA GOOD Hope Boxing Club (BC) in Motherwell had a very successful amateur boxing tournament at the Square in front of Zonke Spar in NU9, Motherwell at the weekend.

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B. Bara of Wesley BC (right) won his bout against Z. Qanto of Good Hope BC in Mother­ well at the weekend. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

Clubs that took part included Zwide township’s Sisonke BC, Chatty’s Lathitha BC, Motherwell’s Supreme BC together with Wesley Estate’s Wesley BC. It was organised by Good Hope BC boss and Motherwell Boxing Association President Mthetho Didi.

Good Hope BC manager and tournament organiser Mthetho Didi (left) followed by Andiswa Nobaza (Mandela Bay Boxing Events Manager), Ntsikelelo Ndimande (Motherwell BC) and Mzwandile Sidina, Mandela Bay Boxing Organisation Secre­ tary. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

Cheering crowds witnessed about 20 exciting bouts from both boys and girls throwing the leather like old pros. “I have more than 20 boxers in my stable who are dedicated to the sport. Boxing keeps the youth out of drugs and crime and has an ability to make them earn a decent living if they excel to become professional fighters,” said Didi. Didi of NU9 Motherwell urged par-

ents to support their children, both boys and girls, who want to start boxing because boxing teaches them discipline and good sportsmanship. Zonke Spar Manager Anton Botha commended Didi for his initiative and promised to support it the next time around. “I am doing this with my own funds because I love this game. It would, however, be good if people could come in to support these initiatives. I want

to thank Anton (Botha) for his promise – we support his business and will continue to support him,” said Didi. Bay FM’s Sports presenter Speech Boqwana commended amateur boxing’s support among the youth in Motherwell. “The youth came in droves to support boxing - both boys and girls – not only participate but also to support it. This is good for the sport,” said Boqwana.




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Highland Spurs drub newcomers in MOFA Build It Premier League SELBY MADIKANE MULTITUDES of football fans converged at NU 9 Stadium during Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) Build It league games recently. Highland Spurs show character and determination in their 5-0 victory over the newcomers City Rangers. Young Tigers gave other rookies Channel Porto a hiding of 5-1.

SUBS beat NU 29 United Stars 1-0 with Tomorrow Stars succumbing 1-0 to Valencia. Young Ideas managed to emerge as winners of 2-0 over Lion Stars. Ikamva Movers continued with their winning streak following their 1-0 hard fought victory over Tottenham Spurs. MOFA Build It First Division results: * Manchester 2-0 Scorpion * Young Destroyers 2-0 Motherwell United * NU 7 Citizens 1-1 Young Killers * Mcelu Kings 2-3 Young Swallows.

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SELBY MADIKANE SHATTERPRUFE Glass Company lent a helpingl hand to Motherwell NU 2 community club Milan Stars FC on November 7 with a generous donation in the form of 20 bibs.

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City Style thumped AmaGalili in NODEFA VW Community Trust League SELBY MADIKANE FOLLOWING a two week interruption of games owing to waterlogged fields, Nobuhle-Despatch Football Association (NODEFA) VW Community Trust League games were played at Jabavu Stadium in KwaNobuhle on 4 November. City Style devastated Argentina Stars, affec-

tionately known as AmaGalili by its supporters with a whopping score of 4-0. Black Aces did not treat City Friends in a friendly manner when they ousted them 2-0. New City Stars did not respect the NODEFA VW Community Trust League reigning champions Kabah United Brothers (KUBS) when they beat them 1-0 in an enterprising clash. Young Callies hammered Stokes United 3-1.

ZAFA FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE RESULTS SELBY MADIKANE Zakhele Football Association First Division League games attracted large crowds to Dynamos grounds recently. Fairway Stars humiliated Brazil Brothers 6-1, with the new kids on the block Real Stars stunning fans of the high riding PE Demonstrators when they defeated them 2-1 in a spec-

tacular game. XI Masters started the season on a high note with their 2-1 win over Stone Breakers. Sunrise Development went down 2-0 to Royal Blues. SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay League champions Young Professionals played to a 2-2 draw with Dynamos. In the battle of the newcomers, United Brothers thumped The England Boys Everton 3-1. Fast XI also lost 3-1 to other newcomers Major Stars.

P rize m oney iincrease ncrease Prize money or W illows R esort R un ffor Willows Resort Run The Willows organising committee has confirmed an increase in prize money for top runners in the 10km leg of the Willows Resort Run. Men and women placed first will receive R1 000 while R500 will be awarded to second position and third place R250 each. The Willows Resort Run takes place on the November 17 and also includes a 5km fun run. The route is designed for all ages and fitness levels and takes participants on grass, track and tar within the grounds of the resort. The entrance fee for the 10km is R35 for club members or R60 for a temporary licence and entry fee and R20 for the 5km. Schools that have the most participants must pre-enter to win a R5 000 voucher for accommodation and facilities courtesy of The Willows Resort. Entry forms for the 10km and 5km events are available at selected sport shops. For more information phone 0 078 184 9723. Last year’s winner George Ntshiliza from Nedbank Running Club won the 10km event in a time of 35:13. Photo: SUPPLIED

According to Stars president Nyanisile Rala, their club wrote a letter to Shatterprufe expressing their plight and the company’s managing director Bob Jameson replied positively.

The visibly delighted Stars coach Thabo Heka stated that the practice sessions of their teams will now run smoothly. “Players will be able to identify each other during the practices. These bibs will help our players to be accurate during our games,” said Heka. Stars skipper Xolisa Mafani said that the donation would boost the morale of their players. President Rala thanked Shatterprufe for the donation. Rala said, “This donation has made a big difference to the entire club for we had been struggling in practice sessions and now this is the thing of the past.”



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