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ELSON Mandela Bay’s own community television station, Bay TV, is celebrating its first birthday in October on a high note. According to newly appointed Bay TV station Manager Geoff Hookins, there is even more reason to celebrate as they will not only be introducing three new programmes, but will also now be available on DStv from next month. Hookins said he is proud of the role and growth of this powerful medium in Nelson Mandela Bay and Eastern Cape. “We are really celebrating a milestone and the way things are done here at Bay TV, I am sure we’ll grow the station and be there for a long time,” said Hookins proudly. As a gift to the community Bay TV is introducing three new shows to its schedule in October. These are a sports programme, called Match Time, a dance show called Fohloza Dance and a religious debate show called Sahlukaphi (Where do we differ?) To celebrate in style, Bay TV has organised a braai for members of the community at Happy Value on Heritage Day, Monday 24 September. This family outing is offered in association with Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism. Castle is sponsoring the live stage for local artists performing in different genres, including Shoelace, Take Note, Blawa Mafiozo, Azz Veritazz, Nombongo and many more. There

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Well-known South African rapper home to shoot music video PE EXPRESS INDABA REPORTER Well-known South African rapper, iFani, returned to his hometown of Port Elizabeth this week to film his third music video for his latest single, ‘Shake’.

iFani, Jean Du Toit (Director), Chris Allen (DOP) during the filming in Port Elizabeth of his third music video for his latest single, ‘Shake’. Photo: JONA JEBUS

Fans know him for his quirky, catchy songs, especially his hit single, ‘Ewe’, which aired on SABC 1 Live and hit the top of two 5FM chart shows. iFani was born in Umtata but his family moved to Port Elizabeth when he was very young and so he considers the city his home. Keeping his birth name a secret, he says that iFani is a corruption of ‘it’s not the same’ in Xhosa, an adage he lives his musical career by. iFani not only returned home to film his music video but chose to use local professionals to do the job. “I have just been signed by Sony Music Entertainment - Africa and I decided that if they are going to send me out into the rest of the world I want to take my home city with me,” he said. Innerview Productions, a local video production company owned by

Jean Du Toit, were more than pleased to take on the challenge. The world of music is one Jean knows well. He was lead singer and songwriter with popular Port Elizabeth band BGF and then Autonative and is more recently known for his singing and rapping in the ‘dirty south’ band, The Cottonfields. “It has been great working with iFani this week and really exciting to be shooting the video here in Port Elizabeth. We have some incredible outdoor locations in this city and more than enough talent to create an exceptional video.” The shoot has been taking place this week in a number of different locations around Port Elizabeth, including the parking lot opposite the old ice rink. Red Bull turned up on Wednesday to keep the more than 30 extras and crew energised for the long day and night shoot. When asked about how the experience has been, iFani said, “Port Elizabeth has amazed me this week. The talent here is exceptional and the level of professionalism has made it a great experience. I’m so glad to be taking a part of Port Elizabeth away with me.”

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SPAR Eastern Cape’s female employees and Trolley Man (pictured) treated Sonwabile Educare Centre learners to a special day of fun and games and good food at the New Brighton crèche on Friday. Photo: RICHARD HUGGARD

SPAR women pamper kids on ladies’ day PE EXPRESS REPORTER SPAR Eastern Cape’s female employees used their annual internal ladies’ day not to pamper themselves but to give back to the community by spending the day at two underprivileged crèches in Nelson Mandela Bay on Friday. The 95 women divided themselves between the Lilitha Crèche in Veeplaas and the Sonwabile Educare Centre in New Brighton, where they entertained the children, cooked them a meal and left behind a variety of educational materials and toys. Speaking at the New Brighton event, SPAR EC human resources officer Uonella Ntsebeza said it was very important for the company to assist organisations in the communities in which it operated. “As women we are caregivers, so for us this just fits naturally. I think this is typical of women – to do something for other people.” Ntsebeza said a lot of work had gone into planning the day, with every employee involved in coming up with ideas for themes and activities. The 110 children at the New Brighton crèche were treated to face painting, a jumping castle and mini-Olympics, as well as a visit from Trolley Man, before enjoying

hamburgers and party packs in the colourfully draped school hall. “At the end of the day, they received back sacks with colouring books, crayons, lunch tins, juice bottles and other items to contribute towards their education.” According to her, the little ones were mostly raised in single-parent families or by their grandmothers, who relied on the child support grant as their sole source of income. “We just wanted to make it a really fun day for the kids. The reward we got from seeing them smiling and happy was just priceless.” Sonwabile Educare Centre principal Zoliswa Nkwalase said she felt very blessed by the supermarket giant’s involvement and looked forward to an ongoing partnership. “Going forward, we’re hoping to assist the school in any way that we can,” said Ntsebeza. SPAR EC creditors manager Zelda le Roux said she and her fellow employees had been incredibly touched and humbled by the experience. “It really gives you perspective and makes you realise that you’ve got enough, so now it’s about finding ways to give back.” Every year, the SPAR EC ladies’ day is held as close to National Women’s Month as company schedules allow.

THE PE Express Indaba correspondent Selby Madikane is a sports fanatic who always likes to be on the ball. And his hard work and dedication is being acknowledged and rewarded. Madikane, an Imbasa Primary School teacher of NU7 in Motherwel, has been awarded medals and certificates as a Sports Reporter by a number of sport bodies from the township. This former Inkqubeka Primary School teacher has also seen his efforts being appreciated at his current school. He has been receiving Trophies and Certifcates for Outstanding Performance since 2005. An athlete of note and member of Willard Batteries Athletics Club who has also played good rugby and soccer, Madikane received Awards from Motherwell Football Association (Mofa) four times, New Brighton Football Association (Nebfa) twice and twice from Zakhele Football Association (Zafa). “I also got a certificate at (Imbasa) school for participating in the Danone Cup,” said a proud Madikane.

Imbasa Primary School Grade 7 Life Sciences teacher Selby Madikane is passionate about sport. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

This married father of two cannot count the medals he has received as a marathon runner. He still takes pride though in the silver medal he won in the Marina Sea-salt half Marathon - the sport he had to quit unfortunately owing to an archilles tendon injury a few years ago. Madikane grew up following in the footsteps of his older brothers who played rugby for Young Collegiates RFC. He quickly turned to football to don a City Royals FC jersey and then Black Pirates in Veeplaas. “I developed an interest to join the administration as a secretary of

u Mofa president Simphiwe “MK” Mkangelwa (left) awards PE Express Indaba Correspond­ ent Selby Madi­ kane a medal re­ cently. Photo: RIA MNTWANAMBI

Black Chiefs FC at 15 years of age. This was extended to coaching - I started assistant coaching the first team at about that time,” reminisced Madikane. “I love sport. I wish the youth could realise that sports activism is good for their health and success in life,” said Madikane. He thanked Florence his wife for her continued support.


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Exciting line-up for Northern Arts Festival 2012 PE EXPRESS REPORTER

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JAM-PACKED programme of activities can be expected at the 6th annual Northern Arts Festival held at the Marock Road sports grounds in Sanctor in Nelson Mandela Bay from September 21 to 24. This year there is an entry fee of R5 per person for every day of the festival. The broad spectrum of arts and cultures will come to life as the Northern Arts Festival puts on a show celebrating various forms of art through a variety of activities planned over the four days that the festival will run. The annual Cleary Park Shopping Centre/Northern Arts Festival 5km Family Fun Run takes place on Saturday, September 22, from the Cleary Park Shopping Centre at 7.30am. The route follows through the community of Arcadia, Sanctor and Salsoneville, and ends again at the Cleary Park Shopping Centre sports field (next to Build It). There is fun for the entire family, and the little ones will be taken good care of in the larger than ever before kiddies’ playground. There will be fun rides, face painting, toys, and games to entertain the children while the rest of the family can enjoy the entertainment on offer. The entertainment line-up taking place on two stages at the festival grounds remains a highlight, with performances expected by well-known local artists. According to festival director, Billy Paulson, the festival has always been a celebration of local talent, giving a platform to a host of local performers

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There is a host of exceptionally talented local artists in the line­up. in the city to perform to crowds of thousands of people. “The community shows up in their thousands to support local talent, which is an amazing experience to witness. This festival really is about bringing everyone together to celebrate the arts and our shared heritage,” said Paulson. The highlights on the line-up include New Afro Teenz, Gino Lee, Shoe Lace, Spectrum dance group, PE’s Finest dance group, Life Line and many, many more. There is a host of exceptionally talented local artists on the line-up who have large

followings in the community who are expected to blow the crowds away. On Saturday, September 22, the Duidelik Kleurvol Music Spectacular will feature a “bring back the stars” show with Lionel Peterson, Felicia Marion and Melvyn Matthews. Both Peterson and Marion are legendary national artists, and are currently part of a tour around the country with Jonathan Butler. Marion is the singer of the mega hit, “Paradise Road”, and has performed alongside Hugh Masekela. A first for the festival will be a performance by popular local su-

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perstar, Donna Afrika, who hails from the Northern suburbs of the city. A grand opening parade takes place on Saturday, September 22 at 10am from Standford Road in front of the Cleary Park Shopping Centre. The parade procession will include the SAPS band, boys brigade bands, drum majorettes, marching drill squads, artists, performers and the biker community. Festival director, Billy Paulson, explained that the objective of the parade is to place back into the spotlight the traditions of the Northern suburbs,

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The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is hard at work to ensure that the pilot phase of its Integrated Public Transport System (IPTS) system (IPTS) will be launched in October. In the Pilot phase, the buses will initially follow six routes only. As the pilot phase will soon be launched, and for their own safety, all motorists have been requested by the municipality to refrain from parking in any of the exclusive IPTS lanes. From today, cars found parked in the lanes will be impounded and motorists will be given a R600 fine.

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TB is a disease that, although preventable, is still ravaging the people of our city. Over the following few weeks, the District Office of Health aims at sharing certain key information on TB with you. The objectives of these articles are to, primarily, prevent the spread of the disease and, secondary, to advise on how to optimise treatment in order to achieve the speedy cure and recovery from TB for those who have contracted the disease (yes, TB is completely curable). In this instalment, I wish to touch on some general issues. TB is largely preventable, yet in our city we have about 10 890 people on treatment every day. This excludes the 417 patients who are in the 3 TB Hospitals. Why would this be, one wonders? Pulmonary TB (TB of the lungs) is caused by an organism called a TB Bacillus. It is so small and light, that it easily spreads from person to person through the air. That is why we ask people to be aware of when they cough or sneeze in the presence of anybody else. This happens at home, on buses, taxis and trains, in offices and, yes, even in sports bars and shebeens. 3 easy steps to stop the spread of the disease:  In past we asked people to just place their hands over their mouths when they coughed or sneezed, but we now ask people to cough & sneeze into their sleeves or into a piece of cloth that will not allow any germs to go out into the open air. Also, open windows to allow fresh air to continuously come into any area you are in.  Lastly, make surerd you eat enough healthy food (yes, a healthy body does not get TB as easily as a malnourished body)  Next time (i.e. 3 October): how to optimise treatment in order to achieve the speedy cure and recovery from TB. Call line: 083 378 2248 Comments / queries: District Manager's Office: email: thobimvula.bantshi@impilo.ecprov.gov.za

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School News / Iindaba Zesikolo

Umzi WaseXaba BusinessCareer Expo to open more opportunities NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay’s Ward 50 in conjunction with Sikhona Events and Logistics has organised a Business-career Expo to benefit the youth and aspiring entrepreneurs. The Annual Phakamani BusCareer Exhibition scheduled to take place at Umzi WaseXaba Hall at the corner of Maduna and 20th Avenue, KwaLanga in Uitenhage on Friday 28th September has the support of Councillor Zolani Ncwadi’s office as it is aimed at enhancing service delivery. Held during Heritage and Tourism Month, the event which “is proudly owned by the commu-

nity” under the supervision and guidance of Sikhona Events and Logistics is expected to attract more than 5 000 visitors from the surrounding areas. Event Coordinator Martin Pram said: “We want to inform our communities about the significant role government departments play while giving school children relevant information about career choices, institutions of higher learning and scholarships and bursaries,” said Pram. Government departments, parastatals, companies and institutions of higher learning will be on display and the youth, parents, SMMEs, Jazz Clubs, associations, arts organisations, NGOs, schools and churches are expected to attend.

Passing out parade at Dower College PORT Elizabeth Dower College is inviting the public to the annual Passing Out Parade on September 27 of their Safety-in-Society level 4 students who have completed the National Vocational Certificate after three years of intense studies at this institution of higher learning and training. All currently registered Safety

in Society students from level 2 to level 3 will on this momentous occasion be bidding their former colleagues a hearty farewell in the formation of a drill display. The parade will take place between 10am and 12.30pm at the Dower Campus, PE College. For more information contact Col Mouers at 0 072 239 7571 or Paulus at 0 084 088 9961.

CContinental ontinental kkeeps eeps N orthern LLights ights Northern SSchool chool ffleet leet ssafely afely oon n tthe he rroad oad CONTINENTAL Tyre South Africa (CTSA) has sponsored tyres worth more than R40 000 to the seven minibuses used by the Northern Lights School in Port Elizabeth to transport children with physical and learning disabilities.

school’s funds goes towards transport, as it costs around R15 000 a week to transport the children to and from school. “Only a small portion of this is covered by our government subsidy,” Jacobs says. “This, along with the spe-

The special needs school, located in Cotswold, accommodates 167 learners from Grade R to Grade 12, and caters for children with a wide variety of learning and physical disabilities, including cerebral palsy, spina bifida and muscular dystrophy. Gishma Johnson, Corporate Communications Manager at CTSA, says that the safety of the learners is priority. “We understand the needs of the school and reacted urgently to their request as we know the risk involved in driving with worn tyres. The sponsorship will ensure the ongoing mobility of the school’s essential transport system, while providing crucial driving safety on the roads.” Louise Jacobs, senior administrator at the Northern Lights School explains that these children come from the poorest of the poor areas right across the Nelson Mandela Bay region and most of the learners’ fami- Northern Lights School head boy Andisiwe lies simply cannot afford school fees Nyangasya is one of many learners that rely or any form of specialised care or tui- on the school’s essential transport system. Although diagnosed with spastic quadriple­ tion. “Transport is one of the biggest gia at the age of six months, Andisiwe is work­ costs for the school, as the children ing towards attending Nelson Mandela Metro­ are collected and dropped off daily. politan University next year. Photo: SUPPLIED Owing to their disabilities, most of them have to be fetched directly cialised resources we require in terms from their homes,” says Jacobs. According to Jacobs the bulk of the of learning equipment, wheelchairs

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PORT Elizabeth’s own DJ Mthi HD will be going out to show his mettle as one of the best in the business in King William’s Town and East London this weekend. But before he goes, the likeable DJ, who heads Ryt Clik Productions and Event Management, will entertain music lovers during the Corporate Thursday jol at Cubana, Humewood, Port Elizabeth tomorrow. The party starts at 8pm and admission is free. Dress is strictly smart. Mthi has been booked to headline Birthday Celebrations Galore at Platinum Lounge in King Williams Town on Friday 21 September. He will lead a team of entertainers at the ELounge, Absa Stadium in East London on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 September. Rockstar acts like Mfundisi, Malibi, Tshepo DSG, Jigga and Yanga (Y-Soul) will be supporting. It’s music Kuze kuse (till sunrise),

Cape Town’s finest DJ’s at The Godfather Supreme THE show “From Cape Town with Love” featuring three of the Mother City and Goodhope FM’s finest DJs - Codax, Tony Smith and Jason Abels - as well as local PE DJs Dexy-B, Spectrum, Ethan Sparks, Ricky & Bena B will take place @ The Godfather Supreme on September 21. Doors will open at 9.30pm. Tickets cost R30, but if you enter after 11pm it will cost R50. Morne Joseph, aka Codax, is a well-known name on the Mother City DJ circuit, performing at most of the city’s top venues and doing live mixes at several radio stations around the country. It is Codax’s unique form of hip hop that he has perfected over his 18 years of DJing, and his ability to read a difficult crowd, that gets dance floors pumping across the Country. Codax has won 10 first place DJ titles in his six years of competing in several DJ battles.

Comedy at the THE Boardwalk in association with Parker Comedy presents comedians Darren Maule and Mpho, better known as “Popps”, on Friday, September 21 at The Boardwalk’s Action Bar. Host Darren Maule has starred in many TV series. He is a regular MC at Parker’s Comedy, and has been seen on TV as a celebrity “Survivor”. Popps first hit the stage in “So you

This includes four time African Hip Hop Indaba, two time DMC Regionals, DMC South Africa, Hennessy Artistry as well as Da Cape VS Da Rest which was hosted by Sprite. In 2008 Codax was selected as the official DJ for the Red Heart Rum Tour which was held over two months in Cape Town as well as Port Elizabeth. ) 2011 saw Codax representing South Africa in Reunion Island at the St Denis Hip Hop Festival, which reaffirmed why he is rated one of the best. His international experience continued on to Doha, where he was given the opportunity to perform at the W Hotel as well as The Pearl. ) 2012 and he finally achieved his lifelong dream by winning the DMC South Africa Championship, which qualifies him to compete against the Best of the World at the DMC World Championship which will be hosted in London.

Boardwalk this Friday think you funny,” going on to perform with comedians such as Trevor Noah and Marc Lottering, and receiving standing ovations in “Blacks Only”. The show starts at 9pm. Pub meals are available for those arriving early to ensure they have the best seats. No under 18s allowed. t Darren Maule

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TICKETS SELLING FAST FOR NANGOZA JEBE GOSPEL SHOW NCEBA DLADLA TICKETS for the gospel concert scheduled to take place at the Nangoza Jebe in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth on Friday 28 September are selling like hot cakes. This is thanks to the visit last Friday by gospel stars Lusanda Mcinga and Veliswa Skeyi who are both the darlings of gospel music lovers. The duo who are both from the Eastern Cape are part of the line-up of gospel stars featured in the Eastern Cape Gospel series event by CSun Holdings Events. Rhythm guitar-playing Mcinga, who leads the Lusanda Spiritual Singers, and former Lord’s Comforters lead singer Skeyi, who gave us songs like “Uphakeme”, visited Ziyabuya Mall in KwaDwesi and chatted with fans before doing the same thing in New Brighton. CSun Holding’s Olwethu Mdabula said “From there they did walkabouts in Greenacres Mall and were recognised and stopped by fans who were excited by their visit. It has been good and the ticket sales show it at Computicket,” said Mdabula proudly. The duo also went to Bay TV Community Television to promote the event.

This Friday, Kgotso Makgalema, Israel Mosehla and Kholeka Dubula will be seen mingling with the crowds in Nelson Mandela Bay to promote the concert. Tickets cost R150 and are available at Computicket.

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Run, braai and birthday bash at beach for Heritage Day BETTIE GILIOMEE

MULTITUDES of roadrunners including pupils and walkers took part in the Human Race 4.2km Funrun which started and ended at Sydenham Primary School on the September 8. Eastern Province Athletics (EPA) and Fain Sport joined hands in organising the race which turned into a resounding success. Buses were hired to

Gift Zet is the first run­ ner home in the senior men’s section. Photos: SELBY MADIKANE

Thabisa Mayedwa is the first runner home in the ladies’ section.

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transport the runners to the venue. Zimbabwean and Mr. Price EP’s Gift Zet was the first runner home in the senior men’s category, while Marriano Eesou of EMC came second. In the senior ladies’ category Nedbank RC roadrunners Thabisa Mayedwa and Asanda Solani came first and second respectively.

Sisonke High School runners Lubabalo Mdlungwane and Athenkosi Festile were first and second runners in the junior men’s section, while Sinethemba Miggels (Sisonke High School) and Nomakhosi Ntliziyo (Masiphathisane High School and Youth for Change AC) came first and second in the junior ladies’ section.

A BREAKFAST Braai, 5km Road Race, an Amazing Race and a birthday bash at the beachfront are all the elements on the menu for Heritage Day, in conjunction with the Algoa Bus Heritage Day 5km run at King’s Beach. The Run, organised by PEAAC, is held in collaboration with Bay TV and NMB Tourism. It will start at King’s Beach at 7.15am and has a cut-off time of 1hour and 15 minutes. In keeping with Heritage Day, which is also National Braai Day, the first 600 finishers will each receive a medal and a free boerewors roll. For those who would rather compete on a different level, the organisers are also holding their first ever breakfast braai competition to coincide with the run. Teams will compete for R4 000 worth of prizes sponsored by Algoa Bus. The competition categories are for the best homemade hamburger patties and the best breakfast sal-

ad. To add even more excitement NMB Tourism is also holding an Amazing Race which shares the starting point for the 5km Run but kicks off at 9am. This day-long event includes Uitenhage and Schoenmakerskop. Then the action moves to Happy Valley for Bay TV’s first birthday which will be celebrated from 11am with a packed programme of free entertainment. Those who take part in all three events, i.e. the 5km Run, the Amazing Race and the Birthday Bash, qualify to win a trip on a party bus sponsored by Algoa Bus. Schools can win a cash prize of R1 000 for the school with the most bulk entries, provided that a minimum number of 50 children enter. BayFM will also be doing a live broadcast from King’s Beach Lifesaving Club during the braai competition. Proceeds of the event will go towards the Calabash Trust. For more info contact Sheena at sheenapr@mweb.co.za or 0 083 650 0576

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ZAFA Competitions Officer Thando Pinoki Koboka hands over a cheque and trophy to Dynamos captain Phumlani Mnabisa and to Zolile Mdingi (coach) and Phindile Matyana (president) Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Dynamos did it again at ZAFA SELBY MADIKANE DYNAMOS once again did its loyal supporters proud when they won the Zakhele Football Association (ZAFA) Top 8 Cup Competition following their 1-0 hard-fought victory over buoyant Seven United at their ground on 8 September 2012. Amagugu, as Dynamos are called by its supporters, had in two months successfully defended their ZAFA Knockout Trophy over BUBS. As things stand, Amagugu’s silverware drought is a thing of the past. Playing in front of their supporters in their slaughterhouse, Dynamos piled more pressure and were brimming with

confidence. ZAFA and Dynamos star midfielder Phumlani ‘Bump Dance’ Mnabisa scored an all-important goal in the 15th minute which took his side to victory. United fought back tirelessly but Bump Dance and former Young Professionals experienced mid-fielder Siyathemba ‘Ortega’ were resilient in the centre park and were untouchable. Amagugu were awarded R5 000, a floating trophy and 25 gold medals with Seven United settling for R3 000 and 25 silver medals. The losing semi-finalists Brazil Brothers and Santos received R1 000 each. All ZAFA Top 8 Premier League teams received a set of kit each.

INMMU Madibaz ibethelwe ekhaya kwiPEFA KO SELBY MADIKANE ABALANDELI bebhola ekhatywayo basale benemibuzo engaphendulekiyo ngethuba amaqela ababewajonge ukuba azakuphumelela ukhuphiswano lwe-Port Elizabeth Football Association (PEFA) Premier League Knock Out ebethwa kule mpela-veki siyishiyayo. Badane kakhulu abalandeli beNMMU Madibaz xa ibethelwa kowayo

yiCallies ngo2-1 ,ntoleyo ethetha ukuba osokhaya kufuneka bangqubane ngeentloko balungise iimpazamo zabo.Emva kokoyisa iqela lePE City kumdlalo weleague ,iHighbury ibonakale inomfutho nangona ibethwe ngoompondo-zihlanjiwe iAcemates ngo5-3 kumdlalo obutakisa iintlantsi. Omnye umdlalo obunomtsalane kubabukeli ubuphakathi kweSquares ne-Warriors ,apho iwe phantsi ngo4-3 i-Squares.

THEY received a warm South African welcome with traditional dance, music and ululation, but the Lower Saxony Boxing Federation Team that arrived in Nelson Mandela Bay on Monday, should expect no favours from their Eastern Cape opponents when they meet in the ring. This was said by Honourable MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture Xoliswa Tom during the press conference to welcome the German team that is here to partake in a boxing test against the Eastern Cape Team selected from the EC Amateur Boxing Organisation (ECABO) with assistance from the EC Sports Council. The visit is seen as nurturing and cementing the good relations Eastern Cape Government enjoys with the State of Lower Saxony as part of a twinning agreement to share best practices, knowledge and expertise in areas of youth development, coaches exchange, athlete development and support programme as well as sport administration, said MEC Tom.

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Honourable MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture Xoliswa Tom welcome the State of Lower Saxony Boxing Feder­ ation team in PE. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA Complex in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth today, from 5pm, face another team at Southernhood Community hall in Mthatha on Saturday 22

Rangers through to next stage of NODEFA Pre-season Tourney SELBY MADIKANE Nobuhle-Despatch Football Association (NODEFA) Mayoral Cup champions Really Rangers proved beyond any doubt that they have a cup pedigree when they ousted the brave Uitenhage Eagles 2-1 during their Pre-season annual tournament clash at Jabavu Stadium over the past weekend. Argentina Stars were eliminated by City Style who edged them out by a devastating 4-1. Highland Spurs thumped

Young Callies 3-0, while New City Stars walloped Reservoir Strikers 4-1. A major surprise was caused when a so-called “small team” Uitenhage Stars pipped one of NODEFA’s big guns Pioneers 2-0 in their thrilling game. Other NODEFA Pre-season Tournament games which ended in penalty shoot-out: * Golden Chiefs 2(5)-2(3) All City Stars * Jamaican Stars 0(3)-0(5) KUBS * Flamingoes 0(5)-0(4) Young Culture.

September and the last team at Orient Theatre in East London on Monday 24 September. Admission is free. She said it was not a mistake that this boxing contingent of nine males and three females including senior boxing administrators they arrived in the the Eastern Cape the Mecca of boxing - the only province represented by the two boxers who went to London Olympics, the province of the heroes of the struggle for liberation, Nelson Mandela, OR Tambo and King Sabata Dalindyebo. “Initiatives like this shall be used for the preparation and sharpening of the boxing skills of our boxers,” said Tom, adding that the province would like to send at least four boxers to Rio in 2016. Paralympians Kevin Paul, Silver medal (swimming), Michael Lourens, Bronze (Short Putt) and Duane Strydom who came 8th in Discuss were congratulated. “You proved once more that we are a province of winners. We congratulate you. You are our heroes!” said MEC Tom. “We want to thank our government for this exciting initiative,” said EC Sports Council president Khusta Magada.

Park drew with Chatty SELBY MADIKANE Northern Areas Football Association (NAFA) Premier League Group A games produced some fireworks which kept fans on their feet over the past weekend. In one of the NAFA Premier League Group A humdingers, Park United shared the goalless spoils with the highriding Chatty United. The mighty Hotspurs also secured a 1-1 draw with the bottom-of-the log Ebenezer. To the dismay of Blackpool fans, their side could not secure any points following their 3-1 loss to Bloom Callies. Hotspurs suffered their second defeat of 2-1 to Callies. In Group B clashes Glenville Celtics AFC collected six points beating Saints 2-0 and Ramblers 3-2.


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Strikers second-time unlucky again SELBY MADIKANE REAL Strikers fans were disappointed when their side were once again unlucky in their attempts to collect silverware following their 1-0 loss to Tomorrow Stars during the finals of the Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) Welcome Tournament at NU 9 stadium on September 8;2012. Strikers recently also lost 2-1 to Valencia in the MOFA Biyana Top 8 finals.

It was an evenly balanced game, with both sides playing their hearts out. Stars’ skillful player Thabo Jonga sealed the game when he scored the only goal of the match. As a result his side clinched their first trophy of 2012/2013 MOFA Season. In the semifinals Strikers knocked out Tomorrow Stars Reserves 2-0 while Stars beat Crystal Palace 5-3 in a penalty shoot-out after a fulltime goalless draw. Stars collected a R1 200 first prize while Strikers were presented with R600 as their consolation prize.

ON CLOUD NINE. Pangalele Senior Secondary celebrate after winning the Eastern Cape Metropolitan SASFA U16 Cup provincial playoffs. Photo: SUPPLIED

Windy City blown away by Metropolitan SASFA u/16 Cup action PE EXPRESS REPORTER Staff and spectators were treated to an exciting final in the provincial phase of the Metropolitan SASFA u/16 Cup in Eastern Cape this past weekend. Pangalele Senior Secondary School overcame Joe Slovo High 2-0 in a thrilling final at the NU2 stad-ium in Motherwell. Both Schools will progress to the National Final which takes place from October 2 to 6 in KwaZulu Natal (KZN) this year. Pangalele eased their way through group A with a 4-0 and 1-0 win over Egqili Senior Secondary School and Molly Black Burn High School respectively. In group B Joe Slovo High School beat Manguezele Senior Secondary School 2-1 and also saw to the demise of Samkelwe Senior Secondary School beating them 4-2 in a goal fest. Both Pangele and Manguezele Senior Secondary Schools will progress to the National Final to be played later this year. The competition is made even more special this year as the winning school at the national final will go on to represent South Africa at next year’s International Soccer Federation World Schools Championship in France. “We have seen some good talent on display and we are sure that with the right guidance and coaching, these players can progress to the high-

est level. The Metropolitan SASFA u/16 Cup is so much more than just another football tournament. It exposes our talented youth to experiences that help shape their future,” said Metropolitan Sponsorship manager, Jennifer Padayachee. President of the South African Schools Football Association and SAFA Vice-President, Mandla ‘Shoes’ Mazibuko added, “ Metropolitan has a long history of supporting development football in South Africa. Success of national teams is dependent on identifying and growing talent at an early age. Only a handful of companies are prepared to support development football and we are pleased that Metropolitan remains committed to this sponsorship.” In keeping with their holistic policy of community youth development, a Life Skills component forms part of every Metropolitan-sponsored tournament. A team of CSI specialists will travel to each province to address the entire student body of the winning schools to provide financial and health education. This weekend sees the action moving to KwaZulu Natal as schools in the province eagerly anticipate the opportunity to be crowned as provincial champions of the Zulu Kingdom. Matches will be played on both Saturday and Sunday. Games kick off at 9am on both days with the final taking place on Sunday afternoon. Both finalists will automatically qualify for the national championship later this year.

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