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Mayor wants to restore metro’s boxing glory NCEBA DLADLA
HE days when Nelson Mandela Bay used to be known as the Mecca of Boxing are beckoning, thanks to the election on Saturday of a vibrant amateur boxing structure aimed at bringing back the glorious days of the sport. The launch of Nelson Mandela Bay Amateur Boxing Organisation (NMBABO) at Babs Madlakane Community Hall, KwaNobuhle was blessed by the presence of Executive Mayor Benson Fihla who pledged his support for the resurgence of the sport that has produced great champions like the late Mzukisi “Laciar” Skali, Vuyani “Wonder Boy” Nene and Phumzile “Sweet Boy” Madikane, to mention but a few. The mayor said the launch was the beginning of the sport development programme that the municipality was engaged in. He revealed that R90 000 was granted to the newly formed structure to take the sport forward. “We need to elevate Nelson Mandela Bay and build on our reputation as a city that produced World Champions and stop the exodus of our talent leaving our shores to seek greener pastures elsewhere,” said Fihla. An equally elated Phakamisa Mfama who chairs NMBABO thanked the municipality for its assistance and said it was now incumbent upon them who love the sport to work together to bring back the lost glory. Said Mfama, “It has never happened that our region has been without a (national or world) champion for almost 10 years. Our focus will be on developing amateur boxers from club level. We need to work hard to change things around.” International Ring Official and Nelson
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We need to elevate Nelson Man dela Bay and build on our reputa tion as a city that produced World Champions and stop the exodus of our talent leaving our shores to seek greener pastures elsewhere BENSON FIHLA, NMB MAYOR Mandela Bay Veterans Association Chairperson Ace Makaluza said they were also impressed by the mayor’s commitment to boxing development. Makuluza said he trusted the structure that Mfama, himself a former boxer, led, and promised his association would also lend a helping hand in assisting training of amateur boxers at the gym and at school level.
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KwaNobuhle woman wants municipality to replace damaged appliances NCEBA DLADLA AN elderly KWANOBUHLE woman, Beauty Kondile, wants the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality to replace her electrical appliances which were destroyed when a high voltage electricity transformer blew up more than two years ago. The widowed Kondile (75) of Makinana Street can still remember vividly the events which led to the loss of her personal computer, fridge, 74cm television set and microwave oven, among other things, in 2010. “There was this loud blast from the transformer outside our house and immediately we saw smoke coming up and realised it was something coming from the transformer”. Kondile said she reported the matter to the municipality through her son, Duke Mbini and had been sent from pillar to post. “We were first referred to Uitesco, in KwaNobuhle, and since there had been no
ances irreparably damaged owing to the spike in electricity caused by a malfunctioning municipal sub-station. Cllr Dashwood said affected households should work together and ensure that they got at least three quotations for the damaged appliances, certified copy of the ID of the owner of the property, and electricty/ water account number. According to Kondile, Mankayi and Makotshomela streets were also affected by the high voltage electricity and owners were also running around like her to ask the municipality to assist them in their loss. “Residents can lodge a claim through the help of a lawyer if the Legal Services of the municipality cannot assist within 90 days of the claim,” said Cllr Dashwood, adding that a lawyer from the Legal Aid Board could be used. Municipal spokesperson Mthubanzi Mniki said they were investigating the claims.
progress we took the matter to Noninzi Luzipho House Legal Services in Port Elizabeth and the case was under the supervision of a Mrs Nogampula who later referred us to Ndimphiwe Mantyontya,” said Mbini. According to Mbini, they travelled to and from Port Elizabeth a couple of times to supply documentation that was required before they were asked to bring a quotation of the things they have lost and an ID. Kondile said, “I bought these things while I was still energetic and able to work. I don’t have money to buy them now; but I have lost hope that the municipality will ever replace them.” DA Councillor Angelo Dashwood said he knew about the problem faced by Kondile which is similar to the one residents of Kamvelihle near Motherwell experienced. Budget and Treasury spokesperson Dashwood said this came about as a result of the municipality’s inaction after 64 households were left with various electrical appli-
Beauty Kondile (75) of Makinana Street, KwaNobuhle wants her damaged electrical appliances to be replaced. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA
Switching off geysers in evening could help keep lights on BY switching off geysers between 5pm and 9pm, householders can make a dramatic contribution towards Eskom’s ability to keep the lights on this winter. This is according to Andrew Etzinger, Senior General Manager, Integrated Demand Management, at Eskom. Close to 5.4-million electrical element geysers in South Africa use approximately 2 940
point almost daily when demand for electricity increases by about 4 000 MW.” Geysers can be switched off during 5pm and 9pm without affecting households. Water in a geyser’s tank stays warm after it is turned off, with temperatures dropping by a minimal 10ºC over a period of 24 hours if no water is used during this period. “To keep the lights on this winter, we need to join a national effort to switch off geysers
MW electricity between 5pm and 9pm, the period of peak demand for electricity in winter. Geysers, which are responsible for up to 50% of homeowners’ electricity bills, are so energy intensive that if all of them were to be switched off during this time (5pm - 9pm), enough electricity would be saved to power Durban and Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein. “The evening peak can reach a critical
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Check mate for Bay as chess players converge THOUSANDS of chess players from all over
the world and the country will converge in Port Elizabeth at the beginning of July for prestige chess tournaments. The highlight will be the Commonwealth Chess Championship 2013 in which more than 800 of the Commonwealth’s finest chess players will compete for the biggest money yet in a South African-hosted chess tournament. The tournament - to be held between July 2 and July 14 - has already attracted some of the country’s top chess players to The Boardwalk Hotel and Convention Centre. “It is the first time ever that South Africa’s top male player, Kenny Solomon, the country’s best female player, Melissa Greeff, and the South African Olympiad team will be playing at the same time in an international South African event on a sponsored basis,” said Dr Brian van Zyl, convener of the Commonwealth and South African Open Chess Championship 2013. It will be the 19th prestige Commonwealth Chess Championship 2013, and is open to chess players from any of the 54 Commonwealth member countries. “We are honoured that The Boardwalk was chosen as the preferred venue in South Africa to host this prestige international event,”
said The Boardwalk general manager Clifford Ngakane. “It will put the global spotlight on Nelson Mandela Bay. The hundreds of players and their support teams will create a mini boom for restaurants, hotels and Bed and Breakfasts for more than a week,” he said. The tournament will be run concurrently with the South African Open Chess Championship, the Nelson Mandela Bay Open Chess Championship and the South African Open Blitz Chess Championship. The national junior chess championship is the largest event of its kind in the country and attracts more than 2 000 junior chess players from across the country. Prize money of R250 000 will “be spread over the largest number of recipients ever in South Africa,” said van Zyl. The organisers are also making it possible for the largest possible number of young South African players to be at the tournament. “This will be the first time ever in South Africa that 47 pick-up points nationally have been created to facilitate players’ and supporters’ travelling arrangements to Nelson Mandela Bay. “The local organising committee has already put plans in place to run a large devel-
Municipality announces plan to clean up metro SERVICE delivery agents in wards, constituency days, a cleanest ward competition and a cleaning day every month in partnership with stakeholders from the private sector are some of the initiatives The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality announced last week to get its townships and suburbs cleaner. This comes after illegal dumping proved to be increasingly problematic recently. Executive Mayor Benson Fihla officiated at the fast-tracking of the city’s Illegal Dumping
Strategy at the Gelvandale Community Hall last week Thursday as part of his 100 days in office programme. The key principle of the strategy is to provide mechanisms to eliminate illegal dumping from and to put measures in place on how to effectively deal with it when it happens. One single directorate must also assume responsibility for dealing with illegal dumping and not the current uncoordinated approach by various directorates. The Executive Mayor announced that all
opment tournament in conjunction with the main event. The development tournament will expose more than 150 school pupils from
previously disadvantaged communities to top level tournament chess and international level players,” he said.
General Manager of The Boardwalk, Clifford Ngakane gets into the spirit for the international chess tournament. In the centre is convener of Commonwealth and South African Open Chess Championship 2013, Dr Brian van Zyl alongside Eastern Cape Chess player Jesse February. PHOTO:SUPPLIED wards must have ten service delivery agents to assist in areas of, among others, blocked drains, leakages and illegal dumping sites. “I further call upon the Public Health Directorate to launch a cleaning day once a month that will be joined by all residents, schools, business, political organizations, municipal employees and all stakeholders in the city,” he added. The Municipality also started with the issuing of fines to companies and individuals responsible for illegal dumping using information from the public or catching culprits redhanded. “I also would like to remind you that there
are several economic opportunities emanating from waste management to uplift our communities. In today (Thursday)’s newspapers the municipality is advertising tenders for refuse services contracts. Qualifying community-based refuse cleansing services can now apply to be awarded contracts. This is one of the many initiatives to deal with poverty. Various programmes, aimed at employing people from the community to do litter-picking, are also in place,” Mayor Fihla said. The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s service delivery centre is operational 24 hours a day and can be contacted at 0 0800 20 50 50.
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Heal campaign empowers elderly against abuse NCEBA DLADLA ABUSE of elderly citizens was bashed to the core at the Elderly Abuse Awareness Campaign held at Thanduxolo High School, KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage last Wednesday, 22 May. Speakers at the campaign, organised by the non-governmental organisation (NGO) Halt Elder Abuse Line (HEAL) and supported by Ward 45 Councillor Monde Vaaltyn, came from South African Police Services (SAPS), Social Development, FAMSA, Victim Support Centre and KwaNobuhle Community Police Forum (CPF). “We organised this campaign as part of our educational awareness programme to educate and empower elderly citizens in the Nelson Mandela Metro Municipality about their rights,” said HEAL Coordinator Bulela Mdlankomo. According to Mdlankomo, elderly abuse in its many forms is rife in the townships and that many of the gogos and mkhulus become victims because they do not know their rights. All the speakers agreed that elderly citizens were abused physically, sexually, psychologically and financially - every day. “Of course the biggest problem is financial abuse,” said Mdlankomo. “For instance, many gogos think that it
is their right to look after and feed their grandchildren while parents their own children live careless lives out there without knowing anything about their children’s developments,” said Mdlankomo. According to Mdlankomo, families should instead find means to earn a living, and not depend on the old persons’ old-age grants. Furthermore, Mdlonkomo advised the elderly that they had the option of going to stay in an old-age home. “You can, if you want to,” she said. “It is wrong for children and grandchildren to abuse their grandparents’ old-age grants. Government gives the money to the elderly and not to support just anyone. Women know that they must prevent pregnancy and can apply for a child support grant where necessary. They must not depend on grandparents and need to take responsibility for their own children,” said Constable Kiambu Kamba-Beja. Kamba-Beja spoke about the abuse of grant cards and the involvement of loan sharks (oomatshonisa). She also explained the process of obtaining a protection order and urged the elderly to make use of the Victim Support Centre in Mkoko Street to report any form of abuse. For assistance phone the 24-hrs HEAL toll-free line at 0 0800 00 3081.
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Biological fathers sought
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Help police find missing Ntombebhongo NCEBA DLADLA MEMBERS of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Kwazakhele are looking for in-
THE Department of Social Development and Special Programmes in Nelson Mandela Metro is requesting anyone with information regarding the following biological fathers to contact the social worker, Unathi Sweli at 0 041 406 5760, during office hours (8am to 4.30pm) or fax 0 041 406 5797.
formation on the whereabouts of Noma-Afrika Ntombebhongo Mtamo (19) who is mentally retarded. Mtamo left her 3730 Mkhuli Street, KwaZakhele home where she stays with her aunt on Saturday 11 May at about 3pm, and was never seen since. At the time of her disappearance, Mtamo was wearing beige linen shorts, beige T-shirt and beige sandals. “Anyone who has information about the whereabouts of Mtamo can please contact Detective Warrant Officer Komoto at 0 084 401 0640 or 0 041 408 7784.
The relatives of Mncedisi Nekile are sought. His physical adress is 8165 Greenfield, Booysen’s Park in Port Elizabeth. Anyone with information can contact the Social Work Department at 0 042 230 0333. PHO
) The biological father of 4-year and 7year old girls, Siyamthanda and Inam Dywili. The biological mother of the children, Tamara Dywili, passed away on 13/4/2011. She and the children were residing in Walmer Area.
) The biological father of a 10-year-old girl, Thembelihle Marwanqana. Her biological mother was Noluvuyo Marwanqana. She died on 1/4/2007. She was residing in the Walmer Area.
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) The biological father of a 13-year-old girl, Someleze Pitoli. The biological mother of the child, Khayakazi Pitoli, passed away on 29/3/2004. She and the child were residing in Walmer Area. ) The biological father of a 15-year-old boy Bathande and a 13 year old girl, Siphokazi Stuurman. The children are residing in Walmer Area. Their biological mother, Zuleka Magret Stuurman passed away on 10/12/2007.
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‘The King of Relationship Comedy’ is back with a book FRESH from touring the country with his one man show, Money’s Too Tight To Mention for which he recently released his debut oneman show dvd – Stuart Taylor now known to many as “The King of Relationship Comedy” hits the road again in 2013. He returns with a unique offering in the form of “The Learner Husband Book Launch Tour” at the PE Opera House. After years of performing his most successful show to date, Learner Husband and shouldering countless requests to write a book on the subject matter along the way, comedian Stuart Taylor has finally relented and put together the book: Learner Husband - A Handy guide for avoiding collisions with your wife”. The Learner Husband Book Launch Tour will be a brand new show that will give audiences a live representation of what to expect in the book. This show will be very interactive and the audience will play a key role in what is set to be a multimedia comedy extravaganza.
This comedic analysis of relationships will efinitely appeal to any audience; from elderly couples to recently engaged “newbies”. With over a decade of performing comedy at the highest level, Stuart Taylor can be described as a true South African comedy heavyweight. Awards he has won include Best Overall Comedy at the National Arts Festival and the Showtime Award for Best Solo Performance. Stuart Taylor’s Learner Husband Book Launch Tour commences in PE on June 7 and 8 at the Port Elizabeth Opera House. Tickets are selling for R85 at Computicket. With the book retailing at R120, a combo of two tickets plus the book is available for only R260. There will be book signings after each show.
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‘Sounds of South End’ staged at the Savoy THE Port Elizabeth Gilbert and Sullivan Society have a long and proud tradition of presenting the highest quality musical theatre productions to the Port Elizabeth community. In 2011 and 2012 G&S staged the critically acclaimed Fiela’s Child the Musical, an original South African work written by renowned stage and television performer, Ian von Memerty. This year they present another truly South African production, telling a story that will resonate deeply with PE residents who remember the thriving, cosmopolitan community that was South End before the forced removals. Sounds of South End is written by local writer, actor and director, Herbie Clayton. This stirring drama with popular music from the 60s tells the story of the Dietrich family, who have been served with a notice to vacate their home in South End and move to the Northern Areas. Audiences will share their journey as they deal with the pain of leaving the only home they have ever known, the loss of their community, and the injustice of Apartheid laws regarding mixed marriage. Harry Dietrich, the once strong family patriarch, played by Desmond Marks, swears he will never leave and as he falls into decline, his wife Helen becomes the family’s strength. Eviction is not the only challenge facing these parents. Daughter Patty (Joylene Groener) fights
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Umusa follows shortly on the success of his DVD “Buya,” which was produced by the legendary Port Elizabeth-born Gauteng-based Sizwe Zako. Mazungula who performs as Richard is the artist, composer and co-producer with Dennis Bothman of this album which features 14 tracks of praise and worship. It was mixed and engineered by Bothman and Shadrack Ndlovu while Lucas Mokoena mastered it. He said the album shows his belief in the power of God and His Saving Grace without which he would not be where he is today. He is the son of the late choir conductor Timothy Mazungula and well-known dancer, Nomakula Mazungula of KwaDwesi. Richard said growing up in a musical family helped him to appreciate music, but accepting Jesus as his Lord and Saviour helped him to succeed in life. He said, “I wrote almost all these songs as part of my love for and total devotion to God. I believe Impilo Yevangeli (evangelical life) should be a lifestyle.” New songs like “uMusa” and “iMpilo yeVangeli” depict the growth and his interpretation of songs like “Wenyukela eGolgotha”, “Jesu uyinqaba yam” and “Tsohle” are welcome additions which make the album a must-have for traditional gospel music lovers. His company RMP Productions markets and distributes the music. To order the music contact Richard at 0 083 624 8871.
Richard Mazungula is releasing his 4th gospel CD “uMusa”. PHOTO:SUPPLIED