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ORMER perpetrators of violence against women and children as a result of alcohol abuse in the Nelson Mandela Bay municipality graduated yesterday (Tuesday) to become the agents of change in their communities. About 82 men who were hailed as Amadoda Aqotho (real men) from Motherwell are part of the Tavern Intervention Programme (TIP), an initiative run by SA Breweries, Men for Development in SA (Medsa), SA Police Services, Community Policing Forums, Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, the Provincial Social Development Department and the Liquor Board to encourage responsible drinking. “It is also to make men become real men. Men who drink for enjoyment but do not abuse alcohol. Men who don’t drink and abuse women and children but respect children’s rights instead. Men who don’t practise unsafe sex and spread HIV/Aids or rape children with the hope to cure Aids,” said SAB’s Enterprise Development and Community Partnerships Head Hepsy Mkhungo. Motherwell SAPS Col. Harrison Ngini said he was happy with the initiative as he now has 82 more troops (including 200 SAPS members in Motherwell) to fight against the ills of men abusing women and children as well as men causing fatalities on the road as a result of drunken driving. Statistically, Col. Ngini said, there was a high number of assault cases in Motherwell between couples and between husbands and wives and he thought these would be reduced drastically as these men, “the ambassadors of change would spread the gospel to perpertrators.” “You must help us to end this heinous crime in our communities. To do that though, you must lead by exam-

ple, “ said CPF Chairperson Nomawethu Jama. Portfolio Councillor Nomonde Mhlobiso also congratulated “the stars and heroes for their dynamism in assisting the municipality to effect the change communities are hoping to see.” A group of 100 men started the programme with a few not completing it. They had to undergo training and mentorship at Tobho’s Tavern in Motherwell for six weeks. On their graduation, they signed a pledge and received certificates to acknowledge their participation in this programme led by the Star PSL Football Referees boss Sylvester “Professor” Ndaba a SAB employee and former Kaizer Chiefs star player Isaac “Shakes” Kungoane who also encouraged the men to live happy lives as the agents of change in their communities. The programme has been hailed as one of the most innovative approaches to tackling alcohol abuse in South Africa by international and local NGOs, and has also been recognised as the most sustainable intervention to curb alcohol related social problems. “One of TIP’s unique features is that the workshops are held in taverns,” says Dr Vincent Maphai, SAB’s Executive Director of Corporate Affairs and Transformation. “We find that these are the venues where the men we target spend a large part of their day, and where they feel the most comfortable in expressing themselves. “Few empowerment programmes attempt to deal with the source of social problems in South Africa, and instead focus solely on assisting victims of these crimes. By then it’s too late and we have not fulfilled our duty as responsible citizens to protect the innocent and vulnerable, says Dr Maphai. “SAB wants to be part of the solution by not only addressing the symptoms of the problem but by targeting its source. Empowering these men with the necessary information

to become ambassadors of change will mean a better life for their families and entire communities.” Over the next five years, SAB hopes to reach at least 4000 men across

South Africa. SAB partners with a number of community based organisations and leaders - including community policing forums, tavern owners and com-

munity influencers - to ensure the success of TIP and to help identify those men who require help. Police databases and social workers assist in identifying offenders.

BIG BOOST FOR METRO’S SCHOOL DRIVE

The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s uniform collection drive received a boost last week with dona­ tions from the Boardwalk, Schaeffler SA and Property Group Uitenhage/Despatch.The Boardwalk gave R10 000, Schaeffler SA donated R10 000 worth of school clothing and shoes and the Property Group Uitenhage/Despatch also contributed uniforms and school shoes.This brings the donations received so far to almost R65 000 in cash bringing them nearer to the goal to give at least 10 000 learners school shoes. Putting their money where their mouths (or rather bare feet) are Mayor Wayile accepted the cheque for R10 000 from Emfuleni Resorts Chairperson, Bongi Siwisa, and Boardwalk CEO, Clifford Ngakane. Full story on page 2. Photo: RIAAN LABUSCHAGNE

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Russell Domingo honours Bay school heroes with a visit NCEBA DLADLA SOUTH African National Cricket Team Assistant Coach Russell Domingo visited Chapman High School in Gelvandale, Port Elizabeth last week as part of Eastern Cape Heroes’ visit to honour school heroes. Chapman High was one of the schools in the Eastern Cape whose young heroes were identified through the Annual Pick ’n Pay School Club Heroes, Captains and Achievers Club Programme, said Algoa FM Marketing Manager Toinette Koumpan. According to Koumpan, Algoa FM teamed up with Pick n Pay to honour and recognise the cultural, academic and sporting heroes and their

teachers within South African schools. Chapman High has a consistent high matric pass rate. They achieved 93.4% in 2011, better than the 92% of the previous year, thus becoming the top school in the Northern Areas for the last two years. The school is adminstratively sound and in a stable condition with a disciplined environment. “The Pick n Pay Captains and Achievers Club encourages kids to stand up for their achievements taking their place alongside South Africa’s great captains and achievers,” said Koumpan. Former EP Youth, SA U-19 and Warriors coach Domingo started the week in East London, passed through the Bay and proceeded to George in their national tour to identify “kids who make a difference.”

< Hip Hop dancers Ashwin and Ashton from Chapman High entertained the crowds. Photo: SUPPLIED

Huge boost for mayor’s uniform collection drive PE EXPRESS REPORTER THE Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality’s uniform collection drive received a boost last week with donations from the Boardwalk, Schaeffler SA and Property Group Uitenhage/Despatch. The Boardwalk gave R10 000, Schaeffler SA donated R10 000 worth of school clothing and shoes and the Property Group Uitenhage/ Despatch also contributed uniforms and school shoes. This brings the donations received so far to almost R65 000 in cash bringing them nearer to the

goal to give at least 10 000 learners school shoes. This goal is still a drop in the ocean as the need is much greater. Nelson Mandela Bay Executive Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile together with business leaders have in the past two Saturdays begged with bare feet for school shoes and uniforms at shopping centres. Ms Bongi Siwisa, Chairperson of Emfuleni Resorts, said the uniform drive is a very important initiative by the Executive Mayor. “I believe that the campaign being run by the Local Government is the right platform to spearhead something of this nature, and as po-

Eduplant is looking for schools to grow their own food EduPlant, a very successful food gardening programme that teaches schools and communities how to sustainably grow their own food, is inviting schools to take part in a series of permaculture training workshops across the country in support of food security in SA Starting this week EduPlant, will be rolling out 45 workshops across all nine provinces. The Port Elizabeth workshop will take place on February 9 at the Ethel Valentine Hall in Port Elizabeth. The workshop will teach participants permaculture gardening methods as a viable means of addressing food security in South Africa. EduPlant is the South African schools’ food gardening and greening programme and competition that was started by national greening and food gardening social enterprise Food & Trees for Africa (FTFA) in 1994. It has now developed into one of the most effective national school programmes in the country. “Permaculture is now seen by many schools to be a definite way forward for food security and improved natural resource use and management. It has given hope to many for a brighter and more sustainable future,” says Joanne Carty, EduPlant Programme Manager. The programme encourages youth to live in harmony with the environment while reaping the benefits of healthy food and a more eco-conscious lifestyle. The National Department of Basic Education supports the initiative as it means the learners who are fed from the permaculture food gardens are better able to learn. Last year a total of 36 clusters were identified around the country

and up to fifty schools in a vicinity participated in each cluster. A series of six workshops took place at each of these identified clusters. The main themes being covered at these workshops include: Effective garden design and layout; Soil and fertility; Cultivation; Staple food systems; Health, food and nutrition; Plant propagation and seed saving; Integration of trees and Introduction to global warming . During the workshops schools were also provided with plant materials, seeds, trees and educational resources to help to make their permaculture food gardens more sustainable. This year’s workshops will continue until mid-March. They are interactive, fun and provide lots of practical information about starting and growing a permaculture garden. Educators also have the opportunity to interact with each other and exchange ideas about establishing and maintaining their gardens and incorporating these lessons into their teaching. All schools participating in the workshops have the opportunity to enter the EduPlant competition this year. Schools stand the chance of winning great prizes as well as a trip to Gauteng for representatives of the 60 finalist schools in October where they will spend four days in exciting workshops and presentations aimed at broadening their skills before the overall winners are announced. Those interested in having their school grow a permaculture garden and possibly win the competition this year, should visit www.trees.co.za or contact Joanne Carty at 0 011 656 9802/3 for details on the workshops.

litical leaders they must be seen as the drivers of such initiatives in the communities. It also restores public confidence in government. “Having the proper school attire also fits in with discipline, and it is about creating an identity for that learner. We want to be able to make a difference and allow children who don’t have a school uniform or shoes the opportunity to fit in and be happy,” Siwisa added. Ms Charmaine Potgieter, the Rainbow Nation Club Outreach Coordinator of Schaeffler SA, said: “It is always wonderful to be part of such initiatives that empowers the underprivileged. We are proud to be

a part of any upliftment in the community.” The Schaeffler SA group adopted Kwazakhele High School and started with upgrades at the school. Executive Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile, who himself had to walk barefoot for 20 kilometres to school daily, said that nothing can be as noble as to pledge human solidarity and to reach out to the most destitute section of our people. “I want to thank my energetic staff within the institution, as well as the entire Education Task Team, for their hard work and dedication. Without a team effort and passion this project would not have been

this fruitful. “I thank the general public and companies who have contributed; you are all ambassadors of this campaign. “This campaign has managed to unite people from all sectors of society, and crossed the barrier lines of race, culture and political preference. “The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is setting a trend both provincially and nationally, by starting an initiative of this type. We are encouraging all spheres of government to unite and dedicate their commitment to education,” Mayor Wayile said.

MEC Capa visits to end hunger in PE school and its community NCEBA DLADLA

ensure that it succeeds. She added that her ultimate aim, working with the Department of Education and the municipality, was to see schools becoming part of the school nutrition programme and that agricultural science becomes one of the careers of choice. “Young people are no longer interested in agriculture. This is a worrying factor. Not all education is in the classroom. We want to make sure that the school produces its own food, and has its own mini-bakery to nourish the bodies, for education cannot continue on empty stomachs,” said MEC Capa, urging the school to ensure that agriculture is included in its curriculum.

A Learnership Programme aimed a teaching learners about agriculture, will soon be started at the school to benefit 15 matric students from the area. Deputy mayor Nancy Sihlwayi urged the school management and the SGB to look well after the gardening implements and use them to ensure there is food to feed learners of the school and its community. “We are so happy. This is like a rebirth. We want to promise the MEC, the Department of Education and the Municipality that we’ll do our best to have food production working. And with this support, our results will surely improve,” said an overjoyed school principal Welcome Baskiti.

MEC for Rural Development and Agrarian Reform Zoleka Capa paid JJR Jolobe High School in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth a visit last week Wednesday as part of her bid to revive agriculture in schools. The school, which is situated in a very impoverished area, is one of eight schools in the province that the MEC has adopted in her capacity as the Member of Parliament Legislature (MPL). In the presence of Members of the Portfolio Committee, Nelson Mandela Bay Deputy mayor Nancy Sihlwayi, Council Speaker Maria Hermans, Mayoral Committee member Chippa Ngcolomba, representatives from the Department of Education, principal Welcome Baskiti, members of the School Governing Body (SGB) parents and members of the community, the MEC donated wheelbarrows, spades, rakes, water tanks, hoes, watering cans as well as seeds and seedlings to the school. “My Department is the department of food. We want to ensure that with these implements, you garden and produce food so that there will never be hunger again in this community,” said MEC Capa. Capa promised to of- Nelson Mandela Bay Deputy mayor Nancy Sihlwayi and Speaker Maria Hermans asssited MEC fer the school her sup- Zoleka Capa in showing JJR Jolobe learners the importance of planting food in the garden. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA port and guidance to


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PROVINCIAL Commissioner for Eastern Cape, Lieutenant Celiwe Binta, will be at Booysens Park Community Hall in Bethelsdorp this Friday (February 10) to talk to the residents about the scourge of women and child abuse that is

Women and child abuse, rape, common assault and assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm (GBH) have reached such alarming proportions in the Bethelsdorp, Greenfields, Chatty, Nceba Faku Village, Phola Park, 7de Laan and Zwe-zwe areas, that members of the SAPS in conjunc-

tion with other state department, NGOs, CBOs and caring members of the community decided to do something, said police spokesperson Captain Sandra Janse Van Rensburg. “We are saying ‘No’ to Violence against Women and Children. This is wrong. It is tearing family units apart and is destroying lives,” said Captain Van Rensburg.

Public service pension redress event at Jarman THE Public Service Co-ordinating Bargaining Council (PSCBC) is hosting an event in Port Elizabeth to help potential beneficiaries who qualify for the pension redress programme. The event is hosted at the Jarman community hall today and tomorrow (Thursday) to assist potential beneficiaries with their submissions. The event forms part of the second and final process of the PSCBC programme launched in May 2010. The closing date of submissions is on March 31. To be eligible for this redress, employees must have been in service on September 2, 1998 and must have evidence that they have been subjected to any of the following forms of discrimination: • Former General Assistants (GAs) or Casual Workers whose waiting periods had not been recognised under Phase 1 of the redress process; • All other persons who had to complete qualifying/waiting periods before admission to a pension fund; • Female teachers and other female employees in the public service who lost pensionable service due to changes in marital status and who were admitted to the emporary Employees Pension Fund (TEPF) on re-employment; • Female teachers and other female employees in the public service who had to resign to give birth and upon return were admitted to the TEPF; • All students who were denied member-

ship of a government pension fund based on status of employment, i.e. fixed term contracts; • RSA citizens employed in former TBVC States; and • Kits Konstabels in respect of the period served as Kits Konstabels before permanent appointment. Strikers: All qualifying employees dismissed for participating in strikes and who were later re-instated/re-employed with or without an agreement as identified below: • Employees of the former Transvaal Provincial Administration (TPA) dismissed in 1987 under Gauteng Health: Natalspruit, Sebokeng, JG Strijdom (Helen Joseph), Vereeniging (Kopanong) Hospitals and in certain Free State Hospitals; • Employees affected by the 1988 dismissals in the former Natal Provincial Administration (NPA); • South African Police (SAP) members dismissed in 1990; and • Employees dismissed in the TPA between 1991 and 1993. The team will be available from 8am - 4pm. Those who are eligible are urged to bring copies of their identity document and one of the following documents salary advices, IRP 5 copies or staff records in order to assist with their applications. For more infor, log onto www.pscbc.org.za or send an sms to 43638 and leave your contact details.

Armed robbery witnesses sought NCEBA DLADLA PORT Elizabeth police are looking for anyone who can assist with information in the investigations of an armed robbery case which happened in May Street, KwaZakhele, on Monday, January 30. According to police spokesperson Warrant Officer Dumile Gwavu, eight men, three of them armed with firearms entered the Mkaza Meaty Market shop and forced the owner, three customers and two workers at gun-point to lie down while they looted the shop. “They took cigarettes to the value of R30 000, an undisclosed amount of cash, four cellular phones, airtime and the workers’ personal documents,” said Gwavu, adding that the suspects fled the scene in a Toyota Quantum Taxi that was parked in front of the shop. The getaway taxi was without a registration, according to w.o Gwavu. At that time, the shop owner’s grandson arrived at the scene with his Ford Bantam Bakkie and saw the speeding Quantum Taxi and

chased it. Two of the suspects got out of the Quantum and started shooting at the Ford Bantam. Realising his danger, the grandson jumped out of the car and sped off on foot. His bakkie with registration DFJ 673 EC was recovered in the Zwide area later. Anyone with information can contact the investigating officer Sergeant Ashwell Prinsloo of Kwazakhele Detectives at 0 041 4087 805 or 074 1452 526.

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Nombula Qupula sought PE Childline and Family Centre are looking for Nombula Qupula, the biological mother of Akhona and Phelokazi Qupula. Anyone who might have information as to the whereabouts of Nombula Qupula are asked to contact social worker, Mr. N. Ndlovu at email team1@childlineec.co.za or 0 041 453 0441.

Thandi Sweli sought PE Childline and family centre is looking for the mother of Lindokuhle Sweli. The whereabouts of the biological mother known as Thandi Sweli are unknown but she was once seen in Central handing out flyers in 2011. The above-named child, who is 7 years old, is currently staying with a family member. Anyone who might have information as to the whereabouts of Thandi Sweli are asked to contact social worker, Mr. N. Ndlovu at e-mail team1@childlineec.co.za or 0 041 453 0441.

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She added that the MEC for Safety and Security Hellen August-Sauls, Nelson Mandela Bay mayor Zanoxolo Wayile, the Departments of Education, Correctional Services, Justice, Social Development, SA Social Security Agency (Sassa), Liquor Board, Rape Crisis Centre, Childline and Business against Crime were expected to attend and make their inputs in

the imbizo. Residents should make an effort to attend the imbizo, pleaded Van Rensburg, adding that it is important for everyone to work together to try and establish what the problem is in these areas. “This cannot be allowed to continue unabated, said Captain Van Rensburg. The Imbizo starts at 10 am.

President Zuma’s State of Nation address screened live in KwaNoxolo NCEBA DLADLA Nelson Mandela Bay residents from KwaNoxolo and its neighbouring areas in Port Elizabeth will have an opportunity to watch president Jacob Zuma presenting the State of the Nation address on television at the George Botha Sports Centre from 6pm. His State of the Nation Address, which is to be broadcast nationally live on radio and television from 7pm, provides the President with a platform to communicate with the joint National Assembly in Parliament and with the people of South Africa. The speech, which is largely informed by the annual Cabinet Lekgotla in January, takes stock of the previous year’s achievements and charts a common direction for the country for the coming year. After the live screening, Nelson Mandela Bay Executive mayor Zanoxolo Wayile will address the crowd for 15 minutes to reflect on what the president has said and its implications for municipalities like the Nelson Mandela metro. Then, an expert panel discussion will follow on the president’s address which is expected to focus on government's five key priorities namely: education, health, decent work and sustainable livelihood as

well as the fight against crime. “Residents are encouraged to attend the president’s address so that they understand exactly what government’s plans are,” said Mandela Bay spokesperson, Kupido Baron. President Jacob Zuma will be in Port Elizabeth on Friday, March 16 addressing a business breakfast in Port Elizabeth. The business breakfast briefing will be held at the ETC Conference Centre in Struandale from 7am to 9am. Peter Ndoro of SABC 2 will facilitate the briefing. Umsholozi is expecting the metro’s business leaders and opinion-shapers on various social, economic and political matters in this New Age organised business briefing which costs almost R800 per delegate. Topics that will be addressed include: •What is the President’s view on staying on for a second term? •Is South Africa’s current economic direction viable? •Why are the ANC and government so determined to push ahead with the Protection of Information Bill in the face of such strong criticism? •What opportunities have risen for business in governments job creation mandate? •Does the national government have the capacity to turn around the performance of provinces under administration?


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Litha is stylist and make­up artist of note NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay’s Litha Qupe relishes her job as a stylist and make-up artist at Bay TV.

= Members of Angels House Kwaito demonstrate their products of hard work. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Angels House Kwaito band taking local music by storm SELBY MADIKANE MOTHERWELL band known as Angels House Kwaito Band has vowed to take Nelson Mandela Bay music by storm. The group, made up of four members – Melikhaya Mpangeva aka Mesta, Sakhiwo Nogwaza aka Sakkie, Luyanda Nkwali aka Last Number Ngema Jaha known as Ngema – have been in the music industry for the past 10 years.

Their latest project is the release of the debut album, planned for February 16, entitled “IBhay’ alambathwa” meaning, “Be Careful” in street language. It has eight tracks. According to Mesta, the message of the project is to alert the youth about things that could jeopardise their future. And, they emphasise that the youth should respect other people. “Despite having no funds, we carry on with the business and after all, life is full of challenges,” said Last Number.

Azz Veritazz releases debut single ball, comes as the only artist to feature his father Nceba and little sister Zipho in his album. According to his mother, Nosithembele PERHAPS the recording of an album by a Dladla, Azi grew up as a bubbly little boy who liked attention. Coming from a family that child artist is not a new phenomenon. Throughout the years, South Africa sang together at every opportunity during daily prayers or on the way to and from and the world have been blessed with immense talent from young performchurch, Azi discovered his love for poetry ers who have come to mesmerise auand Hip Hop when he was 10 but started diences and left them calling out for scribbling songs at the age of 13 years. more. But there is something special “There is a star in each and every and unique about Azi Dladla, a 15one of us. This album is my time to shine,” said Azi who was year old Hip Hop artist from Westering in Port Elizabeth. signed by Koloni Musik. He added that he would like other Azi, a grade 10 Westering High School pupil, whose debut aspiring young musicians to album The beginning of the end know that “Music and school will be released on his birthgo together. It can be done!” he day on March 4, is causing a said. stir wherever he performs. The single of his 10-track alBorn in Port Elizabeth in 1996 bum, recorded at Zonke Bonke Azi aka Azz Veritazz a name taken Studios in Motherwell, is out and from his first name Azi which already people are talking about means know; and Veritas - a Latin this lyricist par excellence who word meaning Truth; believes he is Azi Dladla aka Azz writes songs like a seasoned proan entertainer more than an artist. Veritazz. fessional. Azi, who sings in the school choir, The music also features the cresays he is the messenger of truth. ative genius of producers Zonke Bunu and This young star whose other pastime is foot- Bulelani Gxavu. .

When everything else is done before the shoot, the final person to make sure that a TV show is complete – with the presenters, actors and interviewees looking their best – is the diminutive Litha (22). “My job entails powdering out the shine on people who are going to be on television and put up the glam,” said Litha proudly. Litha, who refers to herself as an artist, told PE Express Indaba that she never thought she would one day become a makeup artist for a television station. When the opportunity however knocked at her door after auditioning, Litha took the opportunity with both hands and is now proud that she did. Litha, who liked to draw pictures while at school, decided whe wanted to become a beautician. After passing matric at Brylin High School in William Moffett in 2008 Litha enrolled for a Beauty Course in 2009 and is now qualified with a Diploma. To the youth who aspire to be on TV or like her, working behind the scenes in a powerful medium like television, Litha who is outgoing and very patient with people had this to say: “Know your talents. Finish high school. Have positive thoughts and follow your dreams.”

Bay TV Stylist and make­up artist Litha Qupe was caught by our camera doing the final touches on her colleague and TV presenter Tiffany Oosthui­ zen before her show. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

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Female boxing official Nonelwa Fukutwa has seen it all NCEBA DLADLA SOUTH AFRICAN women are making waves as active participants in boxing, not only as boxers, but also as trainers, managers, promoters and ring officials since the advent of democracy. Women’s involvement in the boxing ring was officially legalised in this country in 2001 and only in 2005 women boxers turned professional. But one person who has seen it all is Boxing South Africa (BSA) ring official Nonelwa Fukutwa (43) of KwaZakhele in Port Elizabeth. To date, Fukutwa, aka Noni, prides herself on having officiated in three SA title fights and an equal number of international fights featuring female contestants. This includes about a hundred non-title fights in major and de-

velopment boxing tournaments. Noni was nominated for BSA’s Ring Official of the Year Award in 2010. “I did not win but felt good for being recognised,” she said proudly. Noni’s interest in boxing started in the late 1990s when her brother Xolisani Fukutwa was a useful professional flyweight boxer. “I attended every single one of his fights and ended up loving the sport. So I would go to fights even if he was not fighting. In 1997 I approached the then EP Boxing Commission for a judge’s licence and I was refused because I am a woman,” reminisced Noni who works as an Assopol Client Service Administrator. Noni never quit until she got her opportunity to officiate in fights with other women of South Africa. Her two daughters Thabisa (22) and Xolelwa (18) have also joined the sport as round-girls.

BSA Ring Official Nonelwa Fukutwa of KwaZakhele in Port Elizabeth is flanked by her daughters Thabisa (left) and Xolelwa during a boxing tournament where the two were round­girls. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

Good Samaritan rescues rugby team SELBY MADIKANE IT was all smiles on the faces of the management and players of Bontle Tigers Ladies Rugby Football Club when a good samaritan lent his helpful hand to them on 27 January. Mike Ndube of Ndube Projects made a generous donation in the form of T-shirts. Ndube said the motive behind sponsoring the Walmer Township girls was to contribute to-

wards women’s empowerment and to appreciate the role made by Tigers’ management. “We want to add value to the community by uplifting the standard of our communities through sport. In fact, sport has the potential to build and unite the nation. Ndube Projects might even adopt this club in future as we are overwhelmed by the way in which this club takes the game of rugby to new heights,” said Ndube.

The visibly excited Bontle Tigers president Nomathemba Gum thanked Ndube and his company for the donation. “I did not expect that someone might do us so proud like Ndube did because our club is still in its infancy stage. I am very happy and this is surely going to boost the morale of our players. We are not going to let Mr Ndube down. What they have done for us, will never be forgotten,” said Nomathemba.

< Handing over the T­shirts to Bontle Tigers Skipper Sandisiwe Ngada, Vice Captain Raylene Windvogel is Ndube Projects’ MD Mike Ndube. Flanking from far left are assistant coach Bonakele Bethe, vice­president Thandiswa Nhose, president Nomathemba Gum and far right is coach Mongezi Cwilana. Photo: Selby Madikane.

Sport News in Brief Wells Estate Football Association results SELBY MADIKANE Wells Estate Football Association (WEFA) hosted spectacular league games at Wells Estate Community Sports grounds on January 28 and 29. The full weekend results are

Real Stars 0-3 Wells United Kings United 1-2 Polar Park United Polar Park Eleven 2-0 Bluewater Extension Young Lovers 1-2 Real Stars Coega Legends 0-2 Polar Park Eleven Polar Park United 2-3 Wells United.

Walmer Football results WALMER Community Grounds were abuzz with hundreds of football fans and supporters when Walmer Football Association (WAFA) featured four nailbiting games on 29 January. In an exciting match, Teenagers FC drew 1-1 with Young Cosmos.

Real Madrid played their running football but African Aces toppled them 2-1. Ghetto Stars gave a good account of themselves despite their narrow defeat of 0-1 to Golden Heroes. In the last match of the day Peace United drew 1-1 with Airport Valley.

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PE Sundowns League keeps hopes alive SELBY MADIKANE NEW Brighton Football Association (NEBFA) Premier League log leaders, PE Sundowns, kept their hopes of winning the prestige league trophy alive when they snatched a narrow victory of 4-3 from Stinging Bees at Chevrolet Stadium on Sunday, January 29. In the highly contested game, City Lads edged out Bush Bucks 1-0. HUBS drew 1-1 with KUBS, while Amakhosi lost 2-0 to Winter Rose. The two former SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Castle Regional League campaigners, Real White City and PE United, played good attacking football with City emerging as winners by 2-0. Roaring Tigers narrowly beat Pondo Stars 1-0 while Boast Pirates succumbed 2-1 to CCX Callies.

It’s a scrum . . . Morning Stars LRFC in green against Bontle Tigers LRFC at Zwide Stadium. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Tigers LRFC wins their first match SELBY MADIKANE BONTLE Tigers Ladies Rugby Football Club made history when they won their first match 10-0 over the experienced Morning Stars during their Mayoral Cup Tournament at Zwide Stadium on 27 January. In the first half of the game Tigers’ players made some school-boy errors but their defence was fantastic. In the second half, Tigers brimmed with confidence as coaches Mongezi Cilwana and Bonakele Bethe put their house in order during half-

time. Tigers scrum-half Babalwa Tsho became the first player to score their first try since the club was formed. In the dying moments of the game, wing Kuki Yafi scored the last Tiger’s try to make the final score 10-0.

OTHER LADIES’ MAYORAL CUP RESULTS

* Kwaru 16- 0 Gladiators * African Bombers 25-5 Motherwell United Super 12 Club Rugby results: * African Bombers U-21 37-0 Old Collegians U-21 * African Bombers 32-12 Old Collegians.


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Young Madrid proved critics wrong SELBY MADIKANE YOUNG Madrid proved their critics wrong when they deservedly beat the high-riding Shining Stars 2 - 1 in their Motherwell Football Association (Mofa) Build It Premier League clash at NU9 stadium on January 28. Madrid showed right from the start that they have the potential to topple the so-called big teams. Madrid’s goals were banged in by skipper Thembinkosi Matwa and Siyabulela Kuhlane while Stars’ consolation goal was scored by Vuyolwethu Mlalandle. Melikhaya Nduna, skipper Matwa and goalkeeper Sipho Plaatjie, known as Deshi, produced excellent performances for Madrid. Other Mofa Build It Premier League results: * Valencia 2-1 Young Tigers * Lion Stars 3-1 FC Angels

* Movers 4-1 Young Destroyers * SUBS 1-1 Young Romans * Milan Stars 2-1 Tottenham Spurs * Real Strikers 1-1 Tomorrow Stars Mofa Build It First Division League results: * Young Killers 5-2 Tomorrow Stars * NU29 Young Stars 2-1 Camper United * Young Ideas w/o -0 Motherwell United * Shining Stars w/o - 0 Highland Spurs * City Rangers w/o -0 Manchester United * Crystal Palace 1-6 Channel Porto * Highland Spurs 0-w/o Crystal Palace * Young Killers 0-0 NU29 Young Stars * Shining Stars 6-4 Motherwell United * Royal Bucks 0- w/o City Rangers * MUBS 2-2 Manchester United.

Young Madrid’s Sibusiso Madonci tries to ward off Shining Stars players Asanda Morrison and Olwethu Mzizana (left). Photo: Selby Madikane

iReal City iphumelele iderby yaseMotherwell SELBY MADIKANE EMVA komdlalo obushushu neMorning Stars kwiveki edlulileyo, iReal City khange ivume ukudanisa abalandeli bayo abangagungqiyo, ngethuba bephumelela ngama 2-1 kumdlalo wabo we-derby nabakhaya

iShowville kwimidlalo ye-Safa Nelson Mandela Bay SAB Regional League kumabala ezemidlalo e-NU9 eMotherwell ngomhla wama 28 kuJanuwari. IReal City khange iyinike ntlonelo zisuka iStallions. Inqaku leCity lokuqala lifakwe nguThembani Stefans ngepenalti nethuba uMonwabisi Thomas efake elesibini. Elokuxolisa le-

Showville lifakwe nguLuthando Matiwane. Eminye imidlalo ye-Safa NMB SAB Regional League: * Tomorrow Stars 4-4 Lion City * Morning Stars 3-4 Young Professionals * Lion City 0-1 Real City * Crystal Palace 1-0 Red City.

Real City’s Anele Majola is closed off by Showville’s Luxolo Lukwe and chasing is Thulani Shumpa.Photo: SELBY MADIKANE.

Real Stars outshine Hillside

Kuyasa United thwarted Shining Stars SELBY MADIKANE KUYASA United gave Shining Stars more to worry about when they thwarted them 4-2 in their Zwide Football Association (ZWIFA) Marina Sea Salt League at Zwide Celtics grounds on January 29. United’s pacey striker Siphelele Jonas caused havoc with Stars’ defence. Siphelele, affectionately known as Gwenu, scored all four goals of Kuyasa United while

REAL Stars managed to earn a comprehensive 3-1 victory when they outshone Hillside in their Port Elizabeth East Football Association (PEEFA) Premier League clash at Veeplaas Stadium on January 29.

Other PEEFA Premier League results: Real Lions 5-0 Sollar Stars Young Teenagers 3-2 Academy FC Black Chiefs 1-2 Milan Mighty Birds 0-2 Black Arrows Young Teenagers 1-0 Real Aces Young Strikers 0-4 Sollar Stars Young Idols 0-1 Peace Lovers

Mphumezi Kemele and Monwabisi Ngcingane scored a goal each for Stars.

The full ZWIFA Marina Sea Salt League weekend scores are: Young Romans 1-0 Swartkops United Gal City 0-1 Soweto Angels Young Stars 1-1 Umanyano Stars Zwide Celtics 3-2 Young Brothers Little Birds 3-2 Real Crusaders Morning Stars 1-0 Major Chiefs

; Real Stars beat Hillside 3­1 in PEEFA League Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Ghetto XI have the making of champs SELBY MADIKANE ZAKHELE Football Association (ZAFA) reigning league winners Ghetto Eleven, proved that they had the making of champions when they thumped Zama-Zama 3-1 in their league game at Wolfson Stadium on January 29. Another ZAFA Premier League fa-

vourite, Santos, earned a hardfought victory of 1-0 from BUBS while Golden Brothers deservedly ousted Young Neighbours 3-0.

Other ZAFA Premier League results are: Dynamos 11-0 Peace Lovers Continental Express 6-0 Power Lads Eleven Angels 2-0 Leeds United Brazil Brothers 4-1 Seven United

United Comrades 4-1 Happy Stars

ZAFA First Division league results Moonlight City 0-w/o Vutha Celtics Eleven Masters 2-5 City All Stars Black Eagles 0-1 Juventus NUBS 4-0 Ghetto Eleven Burning Flames 3-3 Island City Mazeppa 0-5 Real Strikers Ford Pirates 1-1 Dynamos

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Kuyasa United Brothers upset Shining Stars 4­2.

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