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ASTERN Cape boxing promoters are not happy with the television black-out that has continued to stifle the development of the game - for almost three years.
This became evident when the EC Boxing Promoters Association Executive Committee had their meeting in the Nelson Mandela Bay last Saturday. Rubbing salt into the promoters’ wounds, some of whom promote from their own pockets (without sponsorship), was the failure of the governing Boxing South Africa (BSA) to distribute the resolutions of the 2013 Boxing Indaba for their convenience, they said. “We had our first meeting of the year here because as the Eastern Cape structure we believe we must rotate so as to give our members in Mandela Bay the honour to host us,” said the Association’s Secretary Max Mabuti making mention of Sibongile Nkebe and Mbulelo Mfama who are both members of the promoters’ executive committee. According to Mabuti, the meeting was held to discuss issues of major concern to the promoters - one of which was the unavailability of the SABC to broadcast fights. Mabuti said that without the support of TV through broadcasting of fights, boxing lost financially and many boxers suffered as a result. “This issue was discussed at length in the Na-
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tional Boxing Indaba but up until now BSA has failed to distribute the Resolutions which had a major bearing with regard to the televising of fights,” said Mabuti. BSA Acting CEO Loyiso Mtya, however, would hear none of it. Mtya charged, “They are not brave enough to stand for the truth. Those promoters are cowards who are not addresing the actual problem because they know exactly who is holding boxing to ransom. “We are surprised that our promoters are still discussing receiving the resolutions at this juncture. It is true that they have not received the resolutions as they still have to be finalised. “But we have sent correspondence to them saying, according to the Indaba resolution, promoters must start applying for dates for their fights to be televised,” said Mtya. It was announced after the meeting Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula had with the SABC and promoter Branco Milencovic two weeks ago that boxing will be back on TV as from April this year. Mtya said BSA did not send any communiqué to the contrary. According to Mtya, BSA wanted boxing to be televised in a manner that will level the playing field. “We want all the promoters to get equal chances and that TV does not benefit a few. We want all our boxers and promoters to get equal opportunities. It’s now time for promoters to act and not to dilly-dally and complain,” said Mtya.
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No truth in Home Affairs jobs for matrics INDABA REPORTER THE Department of Home Affairs has issued a statement denying claims in some social media circles that the department is offering training with prospects of employment to matriculants. “The Department wishes to put it on record that such reports are false and devoid of truth, with a potential to mislead young people who are desperately in need of work,” the statement read. Home Affairs has, however, initiated a cadet programme for unemployed graduatesthrough its Learning Academy, in the quest to contribute to the national drive for skills development and fighting unemployment. .
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House robbery, attempted murder investigated NCEBA DLADLA UITENHAGE South African Police Service (SAPS) members are investigating a house robbery and attempted murder after a 48year old man was allegedly shot in Kamesh, Uitenhage on Monday February 2. According to police spokesperson Warrant Officer Basil Seekoei, it is believed the victim, from Cacatha Street, Tambo Village in Kamesh, had an argument with another man a day before the incident. “It is alleged that two suspects knocked at the door of the complainant’s house at
around 3 am on Monday and when the latter opened the door the suspects forced their way into the house. It is believed that one of the suspects pulled out a fire-arm and shot the complainant in his left-shoulder and the upper right leg,” said W/O Seekoei. He added that the suspects allegedly took cash and cell phones and fled the scene. The man is in a serious but stable condition in a Uitenhage Provincial Hospital, said W/O Seekoei. Members of the community with information that might assist them to arrest the suspects are asked to contact W/O Ronald Vogel at 071 475 2282.
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K’Nobuhle Adult Centre open to those who want to better their chances in life NCEBA DLADLA REALISING the value of education in life, KwaNobuhle lad Luvuyo Nqakula took the plunge last year to register for and study matric subjects at the KwaNobuhle Adult Centre. And, he passed. Nqakula (24), otherwise known as Ghetto to many of his friends, failed matric in 2007. He was a learner at Thanduxolo High School. A budding Hip Hop musician, Nqakula thought that he could easily get a job and live a promising life. But after three years of kicking the dust in the streets of KwaNobuhle, he realised that without education, he was wasting his time. “I realised that education is important. Education is a key to success. So I decided to find my way back to school,” said Nqakula proudly. After hearing about the KwaNobuhle
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South Africa’s “Satchmo” for Concert in the Park INDABA REPORTER SOUTH Africa’s own “Satchmo,” Prince Lengoasa, will be blowing his horn at the annual Concert in The Park this Saturday and Sunday February 8 and 9 in Victoria Park. Prince, as he is affectionately known, has performed as “Satchmo” with the National Symphony Orchestra (NSO) since 1999. Strictly Come Dancing fans will recognise him for his Louis Armstrong performance. This year’s Concert in the Park brings you “Prince” the trumpeter and singer working in Jozi and South Africa at large and who has had the world as his teacher. Prince has worked with the likes of McCoy Mrubata as part of “McCoy and friends”, with Themba Mkhize on a number of projects, as well as Caiphus Semenya and Letta Mbulu, Sibongile Khumalo, Hugh Masekela, Jonas Gwangwa and Khaya Mahlangu. He is a choirmaster and bandmaster in the Salvation Army where his music career started. Prince is also a founding member and the first music director of The Gauteng Jazz Orchestra. This year for the first time Prince will be sharing the stage with the lovely multi-platinum singer and songwriter Nianell and South Africa’s favourite conductor Richard Cock. “Bring the whole family, along with your deck chairs, pack a picnic and enjoy this unique
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Local beauty a Miss SA finalist REPORTER PORT Elizabeth model and former Miss PE Express Teen 2009, Ziphozakhe Zokufa (22), has been announced as one of the 12 finalists for the crown of Miss South Africa. She is the only finalist from the Eastern Cape for the title. The Miss South Africa pageant, presented by Sun International and sponsored by Cell C, takes place at Sun City on Sunday March 30. The other finalists are Abigail de Jager (Mpumalanga), Anzél Stofberg (Western Cape), Caylene Marais (Gauteng), Dipalesa Mbola (Free State), Jade Hubner (Western Cape), Julia Petersen (KwaZulu-Natal), Matlala Mokoko (Limpopo), Mishka Patel (Western Cape), Rolene Strauss (Free State), Tidimalo Sehlako (Gauteng) and Tshegofatso Monggae (Gauteng). Ziphozakhe is currently a television production student at AFDA, the South African School of Motion Picture Medium and Live Performance. She also works as a model. Previous beauty competitions and pageants which she has won, include Miss Eastern Cape Teen 2009, Miss Nelson Mandela Bay 2009, New Face International 2009, Miss Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University 2011 and Miss Mamelodi Sundowns
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INDABA | WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2014
Opportunity for eligible SA voters to register NCEBA DLADLA ELIGIBLE South African voters will have the opportunity to register this Saturday and Sunday (February 8 to 9) before the National General Elections take place some time later this year. According to a statement last week by the Department of Home Affairs Director-General Mkuseli Apleni, the department will focus on plans in support of this voter registration and the mass roll-out of Smart ID cards. Both the green bar-coded IDs and smart ID cards will be acceptable as legal forms of identity for purposes of registration and voting during the upcoming elections.
Red tide worst ever in province LIZEKA TANDWA
Minister of Home Affairs Naledi Pandor has directed the department to develop plans in support of the IEC during the voter registration weekend, said Apleni. The Department of Home Affairs stands ready to issue IDs including delivery of uncollected IDs and Temporary Identity Certificates. “As part of the overall plan of the department for the voter registration weekend and in keeping with past practices, we have directed managers in all Home Affairs offices across the country to ensure that all home Affairs offices be opened from 8am to 5pm on both days and that all Home Affairs offices operate to full capacity during the two-day voter registration weekend.
“We join the call by the IEC for those South Africans who are eligible to vote to take advantage of the voter registration weekend to approach Home Affairs offices across the country for assistance in acquiring these enabling documents to exercise their democratic right to vote in this year that marks the 20 years since the dawn of peace, freedom and democracy,” said Apleni. Minister Naledi Pandor has announced that the department was ready to roll-out the smart ID cards to the public with effect from 01 February. The department has successfully revamped 28 offices across the country to facilitate applications for the Smart ID cards. With effect from February 1, the depart-
ment is ready for applications for the smart ID cards from the following categories: 1. 16-year old and above first time applicants can apply any month of the year 2. 60- year old pensioners born during January and February must approach home affairs offices during the month of February to apply 3. From March this year, 60-year olds and above can apply during their months of birth 4. All other citizens should wait for invitations to apply At this stage, applications for the Smart ID cards can be made at the following offices: In the Eastern Cape: Port Elizabeth, Mthatha and King William’ s Town.
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A LOCAL Marine Biologist said the
red tide, which is currently stretching along the Eastern Cape Coast from Port Alfred to Tsitsikamma, is the worst red tide in the Eastern Cape and the first to have a large scale bloom of a rare species called Lingulodinium polyhedral. Residents have been advised to stay clear of seafood and even swimming in the water, till the tide clears. Senior Lecturer and Marine Biologist at NMMU Zoology Department, Dr Nadine Strydom, warned that it was not advisable to swim in the red bloom as water may be swallowed. “There are always many species of dinoflagellate present at any one time in the bloom. When a red tide bloom is around, often there are more bacteria in the water too as a result of decomposition and this can make people sick. It is safest just to avoid all seafood during red tides, including fish.” She said there was no way of knowing how long this tide would be in the EC coastal waters. “We just have to wait for the bloom to run its course naturally. It is a natural event that could pass with minimal impact or cause major fish kills when it dies off.” Strydom said the worst that could happen is that major fish kills could follow when the red tide organisms start dying off and decomposing. This would have huge implications for the metro as they would have to clean beaches of decomposing fish posing a health hazard with bacteria and flies. Fish have already started washing up at local beaches. Strydom explained that there was nothing that people could do other than watch the show at night. “Both Noctiluca and Lingulodinium fluoresce at night when agitated. This is clearly seen in breaking waves along PE shores at the moment.” “There has been speculation that this tide came from passing ships releasing ballast water collected off the Cape and others speculate that the seismic testing could have caused the red tide. These are yet unfounded speculations. “It is an unusual event but nevertheless anomalies occur in nature. Our climate is changing and we are going to see unusual events like this occurring more often,” she said.
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PE’s Jikani beat Madikane to win EC title NCEBA DLADLA HARD work and perseverance paid off for a Port Elizabeth pugilist Lungisa Jikani who beat Eastern Cape Junior Welterweight Champion Mlamli Madikane of East London over 10 blistering rounds at the Vernon Gamanda High School in Walmer/Gqebera on Sunday. The duo’s battle was the main bout of Andile Siqwepu’s Andile Boxing Promotions bill which was sponsored by the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture. “The fight was hard. Madikane was the harder puncher, but Jikani’s boxing skill and ability to use the parameters of the ring saved him. “He was a better boxer. He even dropped Madikane in the early rounds. Were it not for the experienced corner manned by Boy Boy Mpulampula, Madikane could have been knocked out. He was giving up but the corner spurred him on,” said Boxing South Africa (BSA) Nelson Mandela Bay Service Provider Mthunzi Mapitiza.
Jikani’s mentor Caiphus Ntante conceded that the fight was not easy. His highly motivated protege, better known as Naughty to boxing fans, was physically and mentally fit for the fight, he said, adding that indeed Madikane did not want to leave the title behind. Jikani becomes the fifth boxer from Caiph Camp to win a provincial title - following in the footsteps of the now retired China Mdlalo (Junior Middleweight), Masixole Botile (Super Middleweight), Lesley Hope (Light Heavyweight) and Ivan Strydom (Heavyweight). Though Botile and Strydom have since lost their titles, Ntante believes winning them back is not far-fetched. He believes the next stop for Jikani is to win the national title. Currently the region boasts of Unathi Jacobs (Heavyweight), Lesley Hope and now Jikani as the EC champions, according to the proud BSA boss. Another Ntante prospect is the up and coming Siphosethu Ncisane who beat Xolisa Magusha of Whittlesea over six-rounds to stake a claim to the EC Strawweight title held by East London’s Malibongwe Mntusanto - a fight that is touted to be sometime in March.
Caiphus Ntante and his protege, the new EC Junior Welterweight champion Lungisa “Naughty” Jikani. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA
Bees sting Black Stars
Zamazama broke Romans’ unbeaten record SELBY MADIKANE YOUNG Romans’ unbeaten record came to an abrupt end as Zamazama beat them 3-1 in their ZAFA Njeya Investments Premier League clash at Wolfson Stadium last weekend. Despite their loss, Romans are still leading the pack in the ZAFA Njeya Investments Premier League table. United Comrades also upset other league hopefuls NUBS when they beat them 1-0. XI Angels whacked Leeds United 3-1 while Young Professionals thumped Santos 8-0. Ghetto XI hammered Brazil Brothers 3-1,
SUBS improved their log standings when they came up with an impressive, hard fought, 2-1 away win over Highland Spurs during their SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay SAB Regional League at Jabavu Stadium on Saturday. Spurs, however, drew first blood when their striker Mthetheleli Gaveni converted their golden opportunity into an opening goal. The home side piled more pressure on SUBS. Aa result their goalkeeper, Lwando Nkohla, pulled numerous saves until the end of the first half. In the second half SUBS’ tactical discipline seemed to have paid dividends. SUBS striker Ludwe Sonji-
STINGING Bees were in good form as usual during their 1-0 win which they handed to Black Stars during their NEBFA Sedgars Premiership played at Chevrolet Stadium on Sunday.
with Golden Brothers devastating Continental Express 2-0. Seven United shared the spoils 1-1 with Dynamos and Juventus drew 2-2 with BUBS.
Bees put Stars under immense pressure from the kick off. Stars tried their luck but it was in vain. Thanduxolo Mtuti banged in the solitary goal of the game to make the final score 1-0 in favour of Bees. The log leaders PE Sundowns snatched a 2-0 win from CCX Callies. Red City lived up to expectations when they defeated City Lads 2-0. Amakhosi drew 1-1 with Bush Bucks. The ever shining Winter Rose were made to sweat in their 2-1 narrow victory over Roaring Tigers.
ZAFA Njeya Investments First Division results:
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ca, who had an outstanding game, scored their first goal to shatter Spurs’ hopes of winning the game. With just a few minutes to the last whistle SUBS midfielder Lizo Mahala headed home their winning goal to seal the game at 2-1 in their favour. Despite their loss Spurs’ diminutive goalkeeper, Khanyiso Plaatjies, was the Man of the Match following his brilliant saves. The new log leaders Callies managed to win 2-0 over Central Acemates. Other title chasers Lion City walloped Motherwell Academy 5-0. Tomorrow Stars registered their first three maximum points of the season in their 2-0 victory over Acemates. Other SAFA NMB SAB Regional League results: *Showvillage 4-1 Royal Bucs *Sunrise Development 2-2 Peace United *Tomorrow Stars 0-0 Island City *Hotspurs 2-0 Despatch Pioneers *Camper United 0-0 Fairview Rovers
Mawanda Gana(Highland Spurs) and Xolelani Mkhiva (SUBS) both going for the header. PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE
Yonwaba Tsoko (Black Stars) is chased by Sisa Sangqu (Stinging Bees). PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE
Ghosts’ sweet victory SELBY MADIKANE YOUNG Pirates earned a sweet victory when they beat Black Aces 1-0 during their NODEFA VW Community Trust Premier League at Jabavu Stadium on February 1. Hot weather conditions had a negative impact on the game; as such the standard dropped a little bit. Ghosts’ striker Andile Ace Nyiki scored the only goal of the game in the dying minutes. Aces strikers tried to score but it was too late to reply. Other NODEFA VW Community Trust Premier League results: *Jamaican Stars 0-4 Stokes
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