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All eyes on matrics for 70% pass

ALL SET FOR FINAL EXAMS: Teacher Thamsanqa Malgas (standing, seventh from left) among some of Phakamisa High School Grade 12 learners who started writing their 2013 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations on Monday. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA

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S Matrics started writing their final exams on Monday, the Eastern Cape Education MEC Mandla Makupula believes the Matric Class of 2013 will improve on the 61.7% pass rate of last year to achieve the 70% the province has targeted for this year. According to the Provincial Education spokesperson Mali Mtima the English Paper 1 Home Language, English First Additional and Second Additional Language Papers went well on Monday. “We experienced a problem in the Ngqamak-

we area where community members were involved in a service delivery protest. After negotiations with the police, who defused the situation, the protesters gave way. Examination papers were sent and exams started smoothly,” said Mtima. Eastern Cape Education MEC Mandla Makupula has assured the province of the state of readiness of almost 95 672 matrics registered for 2013 National Senior Certificate (NSC) examinations. Makupula believes that administratively, the province was ready for matric, a culmination of 12-years of schooling used by many as a barometer of the country’s state of health of education and by extension the way in which to gauge the peoples’ ability to join the mainstream economy.

“The Department has been engaged in many support programmes for Grade 12 learners,” said Mtima. Explaining, Mtima said there had been thorough Learner Teacher Support Material development and distribution especially in key content areas, radio lessons, motivational talks for learners, winter school, spring school, weekend and extra classes in almost all the districts of the province. Mtima was upbeat that this year’s matrics would do everything according to the letter. He said, “Since the dawn of democracy, our province has never had any learner involved in irregularity like copying or being involved in stealing of question papers. We are also hoping for a clean

report without irregularities when we issue final results. Children’s Rights advocate Petros Majola has called people of the province to “pray for our children” as “this is the most crucial moment of confirming what they have been taught throughout the 2013 academic year.” The Peddie-based Khula Community Development Project Director Majola also asked for the prayers for the Province to have improved results “in order to go a step forward from where we were in the previous years.” Majola further urged community as well as traditional leaders to protect the learners involved in study groups in the evening and camps outside of their homes. .

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Toddlers found dead in parked car NCEBA DLADLA IT is still a mystery how two Port Elizabeth toddlers aged 3 and 4 years, whose bodies were found in a parked motor-vehicle in Zwide township on Tuesday, died. According to PE police spokesperson Warrant Officer Thembi Gwe, the children, Nasisipho Klaas (3) and Athini Slamini (4) from 4th Avenue in Zwide, were found dead in a parked

car outside a house on the corner of Scheepers Street and Second Avenue in Zwide. They were allegedly visiting the house in Scheepers Street on Monday with the 59 yearold grandmother of one of the children. “On her arrival at the house the children wanted to play in the vehicles that were parked outside. The grandmother ordered them to go home,” said Gwe. When the gogo returned to her home, however, she realised that the children were not

Kamvelihle police confiscate drugs and cash NCEBA DLADLA MEMBERS of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Kamvelihle near Motherwell arrested a 33-year old man for drugs last Wednesday October 23. The Kamvelihle police received information about drugs that were sold at Luthuli Street NU 2 Motherwell. “On following up the information the police searched a flat at the back of the house where the suspect, a 33-year old man lives,” said police spokesperson Warrant Officer Dumile Gwavu. The police recovered 448 mandrax tablets, 2,58 kg of dagga and an undisclosed amount of money. The suspect was arrested for dealing in drugs. He appeared in the Motherwell magistrate’s court on Monday. “The South African Police Service wish to thank the community for this cooperation in fighting crime and we also appeal to them to report all crime to the police to deal with,” said W/O Gwavu.

there and alerted one of the neighbours and a parent of the other child. “The families started a search with the help of community members. This continued until at about 10pm when they decided to inform the police about the missing children,” said W/O Gwe. The police started the search immediately and were looking everywhere in the area. They were assisted by members of the community who went door to door in search of the

lost children. “At about 1.20 am today (Tuesday) the bodies of Nasisipho Klaas (3) and Athini Slamini (4) were found dead in the yard in Scheepers Street,” said W/O Gwe, adding that the car with mechanical faults had been parked there for two months. The cause of death was not known according to the police who were still waiting for a post mortem yesterday. An inquest docket had been opened, said W/O Gwe.

Drivers warned against car thieves AN alarming increase in the number of vehicles being stolen has prompted the South African Police Service (SAPS) in the Uitenhage Cluster to warn vehicle owners to be careful. “There is an alarming increase in the theft of motor vehicles in this area. We’d like members of the public to be alert especially when they lock their vehicles,” said police spokesperson Warrant Officer Gerda Swart, adding that incidents of this sort of crime were increasingly reported in the Jeffreys Bay area. Said W/O Swart, “A number of incidents have been reported with regard to the usage of gate remote controls (jamming devices) to gain ac-

cess to the vehicles.” Explaining, W/O Swart said the suspects were using remote control devices to override the remote vehicle security system. She said this enables the criminals to gain access to the vehicle and to take the property left inside the vehicle. The police spokesperson urged owners to double check and ensure that the vehicle is actually properly locked before leaving. “It is especially applicable when you cannot hear the clicking sound or see the head lights flashing,” said Swart, adding that this unwelcome tendency was growing especially at shopping centres and malls. – NCEBA DLADLA

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Volunteers aim to market the Bay NCEBA DLADLA WHAT started as an inspirational talk in Nelson Mandela Bay about a year ago, has given rise to a project aimed at putting the metro – named for world icon, Nelson Mandela – on the world map. It was a presentation by Mike Abel from M&C Saatchi Abel, to the Madiba Bay Forum, that gave birth to a project by the citizens of the city, to make Nelson Mandela Bay the greatest city in South Africa. Project Nelson Mandela Bay is an idea by “the good citizens” Michelle Brown, Kobus Gerber and Andrew Barton, and about 70 volunteers, to take the idea to the next level. Speaking to the media at the PE Club in Bird Street, Port Elizabeth recently, project coordinator, Gerber said, “We’re the good citizens who were inspired by a talk we attended and

decided to do something to market Nelson Mandela Bay as a tourism destination of choice.” Gerber said they were volunteering their time and services to the project. According to Gerber, it’s been a year since they started the work of first consulting big business, the metropopolitan municipality leadership and other important stakeholders, including the Business Chamber and the Mandela Bay Development Agency. “We named the initiative ‘Project Nelson Mandela Bay,’ and soon more than 70 volunteers signed up to turn our vision into reality. We now have elected a task team working at winnable ideas to kick-start our project,” said Gerber. He added that they had a senior official of the municipality in the task team. The Six Projects allocated to the task team to lay the foundation for a promising 2014 are:

* Freedom Precinct * 12 Active Months and World Class events * Creating SA’s Greenest City * Creating SA’s Safest City * Creating SA’s Smartest City (Through Education) and * Creating SA’s Most Connected City (Through Technology). Asked which of these were most urgent, Gerber said, “All six stand out. But, we’d like to establish the city as a city of destination for 12 months of the year. However, as you know, that will not happen if we don’t have the safest city.” Gerber said it was good that the metro already hosts events such as the Iron Man, the Rugby 7s and the Splash Festival. According to him, creating smaller events around flag ship events, was one way to fill visitors’ diaries, to make sure guests were entertained while in Nelson Mandela Bay.

Uniting Presbyterian Church welcomes back Rev Zuzile Notshe in PE NCEBA DLADLA THE Uniting Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa, JC Hliso Congregation (eRhabe) in New Brighton, will be welcoming back Reverend Rally Zuzile Notshe this Saturday and Sunday. “We’re welcoming back into our midst, Rev. Zuzile, who was the first student minister of our church many years ago,” said Nombulelo Nzima, the Media Liaison Officer of the organising committee. Nzima said Notshe, the current National Steward Convenor of the Uniting Presbyterian Church of Southern Africa, resumes his duties as the JC Hliso

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Rector - where his calling was fulfilled. A former teacher, trained at Lovedale College from 1972, Rev. Notshe studied Theology in Pietermaritzburg in 1983, when he was called to ministry. “He has been posted to serve many parishes around the country including parishes in Alice, Queenstown, East London (Auld Memorial Church where he served 10 years), Cape Town and back to Port Elizabeth where he first started,” said Nzima. According to Nzima, the weekend’s welcoming will include a talk by local businessman and church elder Oom Rich Vantyi. Among other topics, Oom Rich will talk about the history of the church, while the youth will provide song, poetry and music to spice up the event. Thozi Faba will be M.C. The service starts at 12 noon on Saturday and at 9am on Sunday.

Nelson Mandela Bay Project founders from left, Kobus Gerber, Michelle Brown and Andrew Barton during the media briefing last week. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA

Suspect’s days numbered UITENHAGE police were on Monday closing down on an armed robbery suspect after alert security company officials arrested another on Sunday morning. The two suspects had allegedly entered the business in Market Street, Uitenhage, armed with knives and demanded cash from the workers on Sunday morning. Uitenhage police spokesperson Warrant Officer Gerda Swart, said a security official who responded to an alarm apprehended one of the suspects on the spot and also recovered the money robbed at the business while members of the SAPS who also arrived at the scene unsuccessfully chased the second suspect. “The second suspect is still at large,” said Swart, adding that police were investigating a case of armed robbery.– NCEBA DLADLA


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Former beauty queen launches modelling school NCEBA DLADLA PORT Elizabeth young girls will be strutting their stuff during the official launch of Face of the Future Modelling School at St Barnabas Church, corner of Daku Road and Seyisi Street, Kwazakhele this Saturday November 2, starting at 7pm.

Ready to strut their stuff are some of the members of Face of the Future Modelling School from Kwazakhele. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Matthews Singers win recording deal NCEBA DLADLA THE Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality hosted a very successful 10th Anniversary of the OR Tambo Choral Music Festival at the Nangoza Jebe Hall in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth, recently. It was a Saturday and Sunday of fun for choral music lovers of the province as all the districts were represented in the festival that was fully supported by the Provin-

cial Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC), Metropolitan Life and Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality as the hosts. On the Saturday the competition was on Mezzo Soprano, Tenor, Alto and Baritone solos, including duets and the standard category in the choirs. The big guns of Eastern Cape Choral Music, the Joy of Africa, Matthews Singers, (both Nelson Mandela Bay), Harmonious Sounds and Butterworth Services (Amath-

The event which promises modelling and a fashion-show including lots of entertainment is a dream-come-true for former model and Director of Face of the Future Modelling School Nokuzola Gungu-Sam of Algoa Park. It is sponsored by Swiss Jewellers and Exquisite Designs. Nokuzola is a former Miss Black South Africa Finalist and Winner of Miss PE and Miss East London. She has been toying for almost 20 years with the idea of starting up a modelling school to benefit young children from Nelson

ole), Modern Arts Vocal Association aka Mava, (OR Tambo) and Mbizana Dolce Voices (Alfred Nzo) pitted great conductors such as Dr Makhaya Mjana, the legendary Mzwandile Matthews, T.M Mahlangeni and Mr Nomanyama against each other. Gauteng’s Sifiso Tshezi, who was an adjudicator, noted that the event stood out as one of the best in the country. He said, “The competition was tight and the choirs were well prepared.” “Great work has been done by the choirs and conductors in preparation for this competition. The standard is very high,” noted DSRAC MEC Xoliswa Tom who dan-

St Mary Magdalene’s High Tea in Motherwell this Saturday NCEBA DLADLA UMZI waseTiyopiya - Ityalike Yomdibaniso will hold a High Tea at the NU13 Community Hall in Motherwell this Saturday, November 2. It starts at 2pm.

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gled a huge carrot for the choirs to compete for stardom - a recording deal at the AudioVisual Studio in East London over and above the R40 000 prize money for grabs. Matthews Singers won both the Western Piece and African Champ of Champs followed by Butterworth Services Choir (Amathole District) and Sakhabengoma (Amathole) in the Western Piece and the Joy of Africa (Nelson Mandela Bay) and Butterworth Services Choir in the African Piece. Winners in the large section were, Coro di Popolo (OR Tambo), Siyaphambili Adult Choir, (Chris Hani) and Lusikisiki Philharmonic Voices (OR Tambo).

99% Xhosa Comedy at Boardwalk Ntosh Madlingozi (pictured) with other best SA comics like Tats Nkonzo, TD Jokes, Celeste Ntuli, Anele Mdoda, Mbulelo Manylaughs, Sifiso Nene and Anele Shube will be performing live in the hilarious, fast-paced, wit and intelligent 99% Xhosa comedy at the Vodacom Amphitheatre at the Boardwalk in PE this Saturday. PHOTO:SUP­ PLIED

Miss Mona and the M.A.D Band in concert NCEBA DLADLA SOOTHING sounds will be guaranteed when Miss Mona and the M.A.D Band perform at Omega Ministries in Arcadia in the Northern Areas of Port Elizabeth this Saturday, November 2. Acardia born and bread Chimondaley Klaasen, aka Miss Mona, a highly talented and versatile musician who writes her own music, teamed up two years ago with the classy M.A.D Band also from the Northern Areas to produce the best combination of Jazz, Soul and RnB sounds. Miss Mona, the darling of the fans in Port Elizabeth and the M.A.D Band has shared the stage with such great artists from various musical backgrounds as Loyiso Bala, Lionel Peterson, Jodi Williams, Ntokozo Mbambo, Sylverster Funani, Felicia Marion and the Rockets, to name a few. Her live performance with

this five-piece band, after six full months of rehearsals, promises to be a tantalising affair, according to organiser Juanita Prince. Themed: “The Love Affair” the concert is aimed at reminding people about the most important subject called “love”. According to Mona, “So many people’s focus gets blurred and distracted from God. The concert is rather trying to remind us of the love God has for us the creation and how we should always remember that love.” “This is indeed a show not to be missed. I urge music lovers to come and support. They won’t be disappointed,” said Miss Mona who is also hoping to buy some music instruments with the proceeds. Her ultimate aim, she said, is to record and produce her own album and show her talents to the rest of the world. Admission at the door is R40 and the show starts at 6.30 pm.


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Mriba vs Hope - EC Light heavyweight title at stake NCEBA DLADLA SILINDOKUHLE Boxing Promotions in conjunction with the Provincial Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC) presents a fight for the vacant Eastern Cape Light Heavyweight title between Leon Mriba and Lesley Hope at the Jeff Masemola Community, Hall KwaNobuhle on Saturday November 9.

Lesley Hope ready for the vacant EC light heavyweight title fight against Leon Mriba.

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This must-see 10-round fight between two Port Elizabeth combatants presents Mriba who is moving a division up after his last fight in the Super-Middleweight and Hope who is going down after his last fight in the heavyweight division. In the main supporting bout, an innovation by Nelson Mandela Bay boxing fraternity sees the vastly experienced Siyabulela Kuphiso and the up-and-coming Lonwabo Roboshi (both from KwaNobuhle) contesting for the vacant Nelson Mandela Bay (the previous EP) title in the Miniflyweight division.

The difference here is that, this will be over eight-rounds compared to the previous 10rounds. In the main preliminary bout, local idol Lungisani Jikani will square off with Siyabonga Rhangile from East London over six rounds in the Junior Lightweight division while in another six rounder, PE’s Lusindiso Siyo will put his SA rating at stake against Uitenhage’s Thando Mahlahla. In the other bouts, all over four rounds: first there will be two female bouts, Nomampondomise Xotyeni (Uitenhage) who will square off with Bongiswa Silo (Western Cape) and Nozipho Bell (Walmer) who will challenge Ntombozuko Nonina of the North West province. Both fights are in the Junior Lightweight division. Other scheduled bouts are: Siphosethu Ncisana versus Mzwamadoda Jibiliza (miniflyweight); Asandiso Mancapa vs Ayanda Fatyi (Miniflyweight); Xolisa Kana vs Bongani Jim (Jnr Featherweight) and Lwandile Phillip vs Yanga Daniso in the Flyweight division. Admission will be R40 for adults, boxers and children R20.

Football development bearing much fruit NCEBA DLADLA PLANS for South African Football Association (SAFA) to develop football at grassroots level are bearing much fruit. This became evident during the SAFA-Nelson Mandela Bay Inter Local Football Association (ILFA) Under13 Tournament which started in September this year. Nodefa beat Mofa 2-1 in that tournament thereby paving a way for a regional competition which takes place at the New Brighton Oval Stadium this Saturday November 2. A delighted NODEFA president Monde Mhletywa who doubles as SAFA NMB Deputy President said they felt it possible to honour their team and technical staff with their association’s colours at a function held at their offices in KwaNobuhle last Friday.

Speaking to PE Express Indaba yesterday (Tuesday) Mhletywa said this SAFA tournament was part of the grassroots football development initiative which is one of the South Africa 2010 Fifa World Cup Legacy Trust Fund Programmes. This five-year programme was directed at U-13 and U-15 boys and girls who will be matured enough and ready to represent this country in the Africa Nations Cup and the subsequent World Cup in 2018, said Mhletywa. Mhletywa said SAFA was selecting players from each LFA to play in the regional league up to the national league. The hope, he said, was that players who manage to be selected to play provincially and nationally throughout the years will be ready for international duty in the next five years. “That’s the plan,” he said.

Nodefa president Monde Mhletywa (Standing fifth from left) and the joyful team that received tracksuits and gold medals. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

Imbabala Young Stars ibethe iNew City Stars SELBY MADIKANE BEKUHLUZW’amakhwenkwe emadodeni kwimidlalo yeNobuhle-Despatch Football Association VW Community Trust Premier League kumabala aseJabavu kutshanje.

Beauty Tose, MOFA President Simphiwe MK Mkangelwa and Nomawethu Apleni present a gift to Anelisa Ndyebi and to Lindelwa Ndyebi (Anelisa’s mother) PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE

SAFA NMB Womens U/17 player in SA squad SELBY MADIKANE SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay at large takes pride in their Womens U/17 team player Anelisa ‘Tshabalala’ Ndyebi who is selected to represent her country in their game against Zambia on November 1, 2013. Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) held a sendoff function to honour the Tomorrow Stars left-footed winger Tshabalala for being selected in the national team. SAFA NMB President and MOFA ex-officio Mzimkhulu Fina, SAFA NMB Womens Officials and MOFA Women’s Coordinator Beauty Tose and Nomawethu Apleni, MOFA President Simphiwe MK Mkangelwa, MOFA Secretary Thobela Dekeda, MOFA Youth Affairs Coordinator Vuyo Sabalele and Ndyebi’s mother Lindelwa Ndyebi were in attendance. President Mzimkhulu Fina told Ndyebi that she should not forget where she was coming from and warned her not to take any drugs but she should believe in her God-given talent. Fina said, “The team manager and coach are there to guide and you should follow their instructions.

iintshatsheli zeNODEFA VW Community Trust Premier League Imbabala Young Stars itsale nzima ukubetha ebingatyhafanga iNew City Stars 2-1 kumdlalo obunomdla. Ababukeli bebemingeenyanwo ngethuba iCity Friends isabelana ngamanqaku 1-1 neManchester United. Oomakoti iManchester Babes bathwaxwe kanobom 3-1 yiStokes United 3-1. IKabah United Brothers (KUBS) yenze udushe ibetha 4 -0 iBlack Aces.

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Give respect to your technical team, to team mates, to match officials and to everybody. We are delighted to have a player of Tshabalala’s calibre. One day you will represent Banyana team because you have a bright future in football.” Tose said that Ndyebi would not disappoint the South Africans away from home soil. A New City Stars player shields the Mkangelwa stated that the MOFA family was ball from Manchester player (black giving jersey). PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE Tshabalala full support in her endeavour and he shared Fina’s sentiments in that she should be obedient. The South African team assembled in Johannesburg on 27 Tel: 041 407 4600 / Fax: 041 486 1197 Tel: 041 407 4602 / Fax: 041 407 4627 Tel: 041 407 4604 / Fax: 041 486 1439 October 2013, and sales@metalman.co.za hannes@steelcut.co.za ian@metalman.co.za will take on the FOR ALL YOUR STEEL & Try Our New Bending We specialise in the hot-dip Young Chipolopolo HARDWARE REQUIREMENTS. & Laser Cutting Facility!!! galvanising of all steel products young lasses in ZamWE CUT TO SIZE bia on November 1. Free delivery PE & UTH areas (Contact us for delivery costs) Free delivery PE & UTH areas According to Tose the Open Sat: 08:00 – 12:00 Safe off street parking 52 Burman Road, Deal Party, Port Elizabeth team is expected to be 1CGJWMV91-301013-PX-ckcfel-metalman back on November 4.


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