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This was said by Nxanelw’imfundo Senior Primary School pupil Sharon Gadu (13) who was one of the pupils from the school who picketed outside Motherwell’s Magistrate Court last week during the trial of two suspects who were arrested for breaking in at the school and stealing two computers. The school, which is situated in Bunyuluza Street, NU 8 Motherwell, has about 1 300 pupils of which about 100 took part in the picket. Learners carried placards that read: “No bail for burglary!”, “Keep vandals in jail for life!” and“No, to vandalism!” “We want them to be jailed for a long time so that they can leave us in peace to continue with our education. What they did is wrong and unfair,” said a well-spoken Gadu. “We have been experiencing a spate of vandalism at the school and as a result our computer lab has been totally destroyed,” said the school’s HOD Thamsanqa Kepe. He said that on more than one occasion thugs have broken through the asbestos roof and the ceiling and got into the computer lab, the staff-room and the office to steal all
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Some of Nxanelwimfundo Senior Primary School learners picketing with teachers and parents in front of the Motherwell Magistrate’s Court last Wednesday. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA the school’s valuables. According to Kepe, most of the school’s parents are unemployed. “We believe it is education that could set many of them free and when that opportunity is denied the law should be harsh,” he said.
“We had a computer lab where we taught our learners the important skill of computer literacy but now the lab is no longer functional. “We also came to give our support because we don’t want perpetrators of this crime to get bail,”
said Motherwell Community Police Forum Chairperson Nomawethu Jama. Jama urged members of the community and the School Governing Bodies (SGBs) to look after their schools.
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TWO vehicle licensing and registration authorities were officially opened in Port Elizabeth last week to assist especially the local motor trade who have had to cope with only one centre up to now. The Eastern Cape MEC for Transport Thandiswa Marawu officially opened the Gelvandale and Newton Park post offices’ vehicle licensing and registration services as part of the October Transport Month Campaign and the fulfillment of a promise made by MEC Marawu during her policy speech presentation in March 2012. “The aim is to assist the motor manufacturers, motor dealers, importers and builders”, said Marawu. Newton Park and Gelvandale Post Offices are located in areas
where the highest number of vehicles are being registered and licensed and this will ensure that the demand is met head-on. And in time, it is also hoped that the service will be available at every Post Office in the province. Over the last three years, 1,5 million transactions have been done at 102 branches offering this facility in the Eastern Cape. The registration and renewal process works through a secure, real-time link to the National Transport Information System (eNaTIS). Each Post Office point-ofsale terminal will provide a valid disc and Post Office receipt against payment and motorists must produce a printed renewal notice to renew a motor vehicle licence. All post offices are open on Saturday mornings and many on a Sunday, which gives motorists more convenient times to renew
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Security trainees employed for festive season HEILIE COMBRINCK In creating opportunities for unemployed persons, a group of women has received security training and has been deployed in the Uitenhage central business area to assist the police during the forthcoming festive season. Their training forms part of the expanded pubic works programme of which the Uitenhage Despatch Development Initiative acts as the implementing agent on behalf of Nelson Mandela Bay. “We are grateful towards the police as they are the first stakeholders to offer working opportunities to these EPWP trainees,” said Milisa Piko from the UDDI. “The purpose of the programme is
for the trainees to assist wherever there already is infrastructure in place, but lack of manpower. It is all about offering working opportunities. The aim is for the trainees after the three month period to have attained the skills and working experience which will enable them to apply for a full time job,” said Piko. During the first phase of the EPWP 40 trainees had the opportunity to receive training in security, general maintenance work or environmental and agricultural activities. Training is provided by registered service providers. Col. André Swart from the Uitenhage police said: “With the festive season ahead these women will act as our ‘eyes’ in identified hot spot crime areas. They are in constant contact with us reporting any suspicious activities or persons.”
Security trainees in the orange outfits (from left) Nomafungashe Kesa, Busiswe Keke, Siphokazi Jantjies (front) and Nomfundo Hempe together with (back from left) Col. André Swart, Lt.Col. Hannes Bezuidenhout, Sidwell Ruiters (UDDI) and Milisa Piko (UDDI). Photo: HEILIE COMBRINCK
Police dog sniffs out dagga worth R700 000 NCEBA DLADLA DAGGA with an estimated street value of R700 000 was seized in a covert operation by Uitenhage K9 member Detective Warrant Officer Jacque Adlem and his dog Bowie last Friday. Adlem, of Addo SAPS, seized the 33 bags of dagga weighing over 507kg and had two men arrested for dealing in dagga. “It is alleged that at about 9:40pm on Friday while the officers were holding obser-
vation on the Addo main road, an LDV bakkie with tinted windows passed them. The officers became suspicious of the vehicle and asked the driver to stop,” said police spokesperson Lt. Col. Priscilla Naidu. Upon searching the vehicle, Bowie sniffed out the dagga compactly packed in bags. W/O Adlem arrested the suspects. Police believe that the dagga was from Mthatha area en route to Port Elizabeth. The two suspects are from Kleinskool in Port Elizabeth.
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Music duo Maisha makes waves in Jozi PORT Elizabeth based music duo sensation, Maisha, is music to many ears and has just arrived in Johannesburg for their debut album recording. Botwe and Kiki, who form Maisha, have created a big PE fan base and are now ready to take Mzansi by storm. Since their arrival in Jozi two weeks ago, they have been making many appearances as well as working in the studio on their new album which is set to be released soon. uVelebhayi is one of their songs to look out for as it tells the story and difficult journey of a female singer coming from Nelson Mandela Bay. “Thanks should go to young ladies like Zonke and Camagwini who have paved the way for us in the music scene,” Botwe Mtimkhulu comments. In the studio, the girls are busy
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NCEBA DLADLA GOSPEL Sensation Sihle Mathunjwa visited Nelson Mandela Bay recently to promote his debut solo album “Uyangikhathalela”. Mathunjwa, of Johannesburg, is a member of the famous Ncandweni Christ Ambassadors, but is now promoting his solo career. He sang during Bay TV’s First Birthday Celebrations and also preached at churches around the Bay. “I came here to share what is inside of me. I came to give my all – the real Sihle – to the people of Nelson Mandela Bay,” said Mathunjwa who regards himself as the minister of the word and not just an entertainer. Mathunjwa said some people recognised him as a member of Ncadweni Christ’s Ambassadors and for that he was grateful. But he was quick to add: “Those who did not know me before, quickly realised the most powerful thing inside of me; and that is what I want to share.” His said he sings about his own experiences and mostly about the love of God and His Amazing Grace to give hope. Having received love, he said he wants to give love. The love that is free and available to those who yearn for it. “My main aim is to minister and change peoples’ lives. I was once down and was dumped by friends but the Lord lifted me up in order to tell
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Boxing treat on the cards at Jeff Masemola hall, KwaNobuhle NCEBA DLADLA
ELSON Mandela Bay boxing fans will be in for a treat as Sibongile Nkebe, head of Silindokuhle Boxing Promotions will headline an eight-bout bill at the Jeff Masemola Community Hall in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage on Saturday, November 3. Two of the bouts will feature female boxers – one professional and one amateur – while Nkebe has managed to draw boxers from George, Grahamstown, Peddie,
Port Elizabeth and Uitenhage for his bill. The main bout will be between Uitenhage lads Lonwabo Roboshi and Bulelani Jacobs over eight rounds in the Mini-flyweight division. In the main-supporting bout over six rounds, in the Flyweight division, Uitenhage’s idol Lwandile Phillip will face his home-boy Siyabonga Blou in what promises to be a humdinger. Newly-crowned Western Cape Junior bantamweight champion, Wiseman Kega from George, will engage Uitenhage’s Mzuvukile Daniels over six non-title fight
rounds in the Junior bantamweight. The other bouts, all over four rounds: Unathi Nelani versus Ndudumo Lolwana (lightweight); Dumisani Tshokela vs Bonani Ngozi (bantamweight) and Ayanda Fatyi versus Mzwabantu Jibiliza (Minflyweight). In the female bout, over four rounds, Zimkhitha Lane (Port Elizabeth) will fight against Thembelani Budaza while in the amateur bout NomaMpondomise Xotyeni will square off against Thulisa Zwengu of Uitenhage over four rounds in the Junior bantamweight division.
REAL City thrash Crystal Palace SELBY MADIKANE REAL City, affectionately known as The Birds, flew high when they thrashed their neighbours Crystal Palace 4-1 in their SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay SAB Regional League clash at NU 9 Stadium on 6 October. The Birds were firing from all cylinders from the outset. City’s skillful midfielder Sandile Leds Nkewana scored a brace while Monwabisi Zini
and Mlungiseleli Honi banged a goal apiece. Palace’s consolation goal was scored by Lithemba Manjezi from the penalty spot. Other SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay SAB Regional League Results: * Tomorrow Stars 9-0 Real Aces * Camper United 3-1 Island City * Real City 3-1 Showville * Lion City 0-0 Morning Stars * Showville 3-1 Camper United * Real Aces 0- w/o Lion City.
PEFA hosts thrilling weekend games SELBY MADIKANE PORT Elizabeth Football Association (PEFA) hosted thrilling crucial games over the past weekend. Callies defended their Premier League title when they beat the league contenders Central Acemates
2-1 in their last game of the season. Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality FC qualified to play in the PEFA Premier League in the 2013 Season when they beat PE SAPS 2-1 in their promotion league game. Callies FC lifted their second trophy when their Colts overcame St Georges 2-1 in their First Division en-
counter. Callies were unlucky not to clinch the third trophy when their Premier Reserves succumbed 3-2 to Foresters in their finals. In the ladies’ finals Mustangs earned a comprehensive victory of 4-1 when they trounced NMMU Madibaz.
Real Real City City defender defender Aphiwe Aphiwe Mambuku Mambuku is is challenged challenged by by aa Crystal Crystal Palace Palace player. player. Photo: Photo: SELBY SELBY MADIKANE MADIKANE
Brazil Bros beat the ZAFA Premier League champs SELBY MADIKANE BRAZIL Brothers FC showed that they were the major force to be reckoned with when they walloped Zakhele Football Association (ZAFA) Premier League reigning champions Ghetto XI 5-1 at Wolfson Stadium on 6 October.
United Comrades beat Dynamos 2-1 while NUBS ousted Continental Express 2-1. Seven United drew 2-2 with Young Neighbours, while Santos were defeated 4-3 by Leeds United. XI Angels shared the spoils 1-1 with Happy Stars. BUBS played to a 2-2 draw with Juventus. Golden Brothers also drew 1-1 with Zamazama.
The NMMU Madibaz Ladies Football team are in front captain Cawekazi Daca. In the middle from left to right, Masada Somtsora, Nasreen Astrie, Fiona Fleur, Christine Vorster, Nolubabalo Mrabuli, Duduzile Dumana and Anelisa Mayinje. At the back are Douleen Whitebooi (coach), Khanyisa Mapelana, Amu Mageza, Susan Wells, Neo Phiri, Ntombifuthi Mncwango, Lebo Mbatha. Photo: SUPPLIED
Juventus played their hearts out.
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Dodgers thumped Stars in NEBFA Sedgars Sport League SELBY MADIKANE NEW Brighton Football Association (NEBFA) Sedgars Sport League produced some fireworks at Oval over the past weekend. Dodgers were untouchable when they thumped Pondo Stars 4-1, with Roaring Tigers earning a 1-0 hard fought victory over the buoyant East-
ern Jumpers. Stinging Bees seemed to run out of their venom when they lost 4-1 to Real White City, while Red City devastated City Lads 2-0. Bold Tigers threw everything into the game despite their 3-2 defeat to Bush Bucks.Winter Rose drew 2-2 with City Defenders. PE Sundowns went down 2-1 into the hands of Boast Pirates. while PE United were given a hiding of 2-0 by CCX Callies.
Successful season for NMMU Madibaz Ladies Football team
A NEW coach, an almost completely brand-new team and a mediocre previous season led to very few people giving the NMMU Madibaz Ladies Football team a fighting chance. Most said this year would be their building phase, but the team proved them wrong. The NMMU Madibaz Ladies Football team are the Intervarsity Champs and PEFA League Champs for 2012 and qualified for the USSA Nationals in Cape Town in December 2012. They were also the runners-up in the Fain Women’s Month Celebration Tournament 2012. Six of the players, Cawekazi Daca, Susan Wells, Nasreen Astrie, Nomzamo Maheneza, Nombifuthi Mncwango and Lebohang Mbata,
were selected to play for the Port Elizabeth Football Association squad to play in the recently held Inter LFA Competition. This squad was coached and captained by Madibaz’s Douleen Whitebooi and Cawekazi Daca respectively. The squad then went on to win the tournament with Coach Douleen winning Coach of the Tournament and Madibaz striker Susan Wells winning Player of the Tournament. The Madibaz have failed to make it a clean sweep at PEFA by losing the Cup Final against Mustangs 1-4 on Saturday, October 6. Having beaten Mustangs on three occasions during the past season, the Madibaz Ladies were confront-
ed by a highly charged Mustangs team. The Madibaz ladies had to be satisfied with the runners-up spot, to cap a highly successful season. As a result of the great season the ladies have had, the team was offered a spot in the second best league in country for ladies’ football. The team accepted the new challenge and preparations are now underway for this incredible team’s run in the SAFA Women’s Regional League. The team now looks ahead to December for the USSA National Club Championship. With very little experience at that level they are looking forward to competing as the tournament underdogs.
NAFA Mala Moodaley Cup Results
NEBFA Premier League champions, PE United
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SOCCER fans watched scintillating games of the Northern Areas Football Association (NAFA) in the Mala Moodaley Cup Tournament played at Finnis Street Fields over the past weekend. In the quarter finals Blackpool top-
pled Westham 4-0. In an enterprising game Chatty United showed determination and character despite their 1-0 loss to the gutsy Rangers. Glenville Celtic FC secured a narrow win of 2-1 over Stardrift.
The hot favourites Ebenezer were stunned by Wolves who eliminated them 2-1. In the semi-finals other favourites Blackpool were stunned by Glenville Celtic FC which edged them out 1-0 with Rangers beating Wolves 2-1.
Spurs secure first win SELBY MADIKANE A LONG drought ended when Tottenham Spurs registered their first victory of the Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) Build It Premier League season. They beat the resilient Real Strikers 2-1 at the NU 9 Stadium on 7 October. Strikers scored first with a goal courtesy of Themba Kilana. Spurs duo Thando Mthalane and Songezo Ntakana combined well, causing problems for Strikers defenders. Ntakana became the hero of the day when he netted two goals; one goal from the penalty spot in the first half and the last one in the dying minutes of the game.
Other MOFA Build It Premier League results: * Ikamva Movers 2-0 NU29 United Stars * Channel Porto 3-2 Young Romans * Liverpool 2-1 Young Tigers * City Rangers 0-4 Ikamva Movers MOFA Build It First Division Results * Manchester 2-0 Young Destroyers * Tomorrow Stars1-0 Royal Bucs * Swallows 1-0 Young Ideas * MUBS 1-0 Young Killers * Motherwell United 3-0 Mcelu Kings * Milan Stars 3-0 Movers * Lion City 2-0 NU 7Citizens * Crystal Palace 0-2 Real City * Shining Stars 4-1 Mcelu Kings * Stone Breakers 2-0 Scorpion
INDABA NEWS•NUUS WEDNESDAY, 17 OCTOBER 2012
MEC Xoliswa Tom, Cllr Babalwa Lobishe and Safa’s Elvis Sishana help 100 school kids release balloons to mark the beginning of the countdown to Afcon 2013. Photo: WERNER HILLS
LLess ess tthan han 1100 00 ddays ays tto o AAfcon fcon NCEBA DLADLA THE clock is ticking and the state of readiness of Nelson Mandela Bay as one of the host cities of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations (ACN) was confirmed at Zwide Stadium, KwaZakhele, Port Elizabeth last Wednesday.
Tottenham Spurs striker Thando Mthalane wards off Real Strikers players. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE
The 100 Days Countdown has begun before Yeyethu (It is ours) - Be Part of It kicks off on our shores bringing the giants of African Football from 19 January to 10 February. MEC for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture, Xoliswa Tom, MPL and Portfolio Committee Chair on
Sport, Arts and Recreation Nomxolisi Mtitshane, Nelson Mandela Recreational Services Standing Committee Chairperson Councillor Babalwa Lobishe, Safa NEC and Afcon Board member Elvis Sishana and Afcon LOC Chief Operations Officer Andrew Dipela told residents to start feeling the Afcon fever. “We (Nelson Mandela Bay and Eastern Cape) are known to be the best hosts (following the success of the Fifa 2010 South African World Cup). Of course, we’ve got the knowledge and expertise,” said Sishana. Cllr Lobishe assured visiting players, officials and fans of their safety during Afcon South Africa 2013. She said it was now incum-
bent upon residents to create the vibe - as “this is ours”. This is the time for Nelson Mandela Bay to shine, according to Sishana, a time for the football loving people to mobilise others to start buying tickets and attend the games when the matches begin. MEC Tom encouraged Government officials and their Departments to buy tickets. She said government will make sure that young people and those coming from rural areas also get the feel of this CAF Competition. Tickets are sold throughout Superspar outlets in the Eastern Cape ranging from R120 to R500. All tickets bought before the main draw takes place on 24 October will carry a 20% discount.