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EMBERS of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in the Eastern Cape have condemned the cold-blooded killing of an offduty police officer, Warrant Officer Christopher Tatana Nontshinga, at his home in Port Elizabeth on Monday night.

According to Nophumzile, one of the men said “utata” (referring to her husband) should remember him as the one whose car was involved in an accident without a licence. “They asked him to go out with them and he went,” said Nophumzile. After a short while Warrant Officer Nontshinga returned without say-

I did not know them, but didn’t like them just from the way they looked.

ing a word. Seconds later the same men came back. One of them fired two gun shots, one hitting Nontshinga in his stomach. The men fled on foot. Nontshinga struggled to breathe and was certified dead before he arrived at the hospital. Nontshinga’s murder has been

condemned by senior police officials in the province who promised to work around the clock to bring the killers to book. “We will leave no stone unturned in our investigations until the perpetrators are brought to book,” said Provincial Police Commissioner Lieutenant General Celiwe Binta.

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Nontshinga (58), who was stationed at the Gelvandale Police Station, and the father of five children, was gunned down by unknown assailants at his KwaDwesi home in front of his family. His visibly distraught wife, Nophumzile, described to PE Express Indaba yesterday how three unknown men entered their Mnqurhunya Street home just after 8pm and asked to see her husband. She and their children were watching television in the diningroom while

Grieving wife of the murdered KwaDwesi Police officer, Christopher Nontshinga, Nophumzile (left, 57) and his mother, Nomutile Nontshinga (77) mourning at his home. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA Nontshinga was resting in his bedroom. “I did not know them, but didn’t like them just from the way they looked. I asked them why they wanted to see my husband, but just at that time he (Nontshinga) appeared from the room and also seemed not to know them,” said a tearful Nophumzile.

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Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality is hands on in education Wayile last week led a high profile municipal delegation that visited schools in the metro as part of workNELSON Mandela Bay Municipal- ing in tandem with the Department ity Executive mayor Zanoxolo of Education to encourage the youth Wayile has urged all residents of to go back to school. Lap desks and the city to take part in a drive by stationery were handed to needy the Educational Task Team to col- schools. lect school uniforms for underThe team officially opened Alfonso privileged children. Arries Primary School in Chatty and delivered 2000 lap desks while the “Every child deserves a pair of municipality cleared a gravel road to shoes and uniform. I am making a make access to the school a lot easier. clarion call to galvanize the culture Mzamomhle Special School in of ubuntu and human solidarity,” KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage received said Councillor Wayile. stationery and their problem with high water bills was sorted out with the assistance of Portfolio Chairperson for Budget and Financial Planning, Councillor Balu Naran. The KwaZakhele and Newell Schools in Port Elizabeth were also paid a visit. The mayor committed the municipality to play a more active role and urged other residents to follow suit, as The team of delegates also visited the Mzamomhle he believes that educaSpecial School in Kwanobuhle. Here he is with Sandis­ tion is everybody’s conwe Mgnangqwa, a learner of the school. This school cern and not the sole rereceived stationery and assistance with their high mu­ sponsibility of the Denicipal water bill. Photo: WERNER HILLS partment of Education. NCEBA DLADLA

Nelson Mandela Bay Executive mayor Zanoxolo Wayile with Schaeffler SA’s Len Terblanche who adopted Kwazakhele High School as one of their upliftment projects together with happy learners. Photo: SUPPLIED

Mayor calls on private sector to help improve education THE NMBM will host an Education Summit in February where government departments, private sector and non-government organisations will meet to discuss challenges facing education and the skills development in the city. Executive mayor, Zanoxolo

Wayile, has called on the private sector to partner the NMBM and other spheres of government in initiatives to improve education. As part of the NMBM’s back to school campaign, Deputy Executive Mayor, Nancy Sihlwayi, handed over 10 000 lap desks to the De-

partment of Education to be distributed to needy schools in the city. Until the end of January the Education Task Team, set up by the NMBM, will engage in back to school campaigns across the city.

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A very important part of the Back to School campaign is a school uniform collection drive. The NMBM is pleading with all residents, stakeholders, parents, school children and municipal officials to please donate old school uniforms and school shoes to give

to those in need. Residents who would like to hand in uniforms and school shoes can hand them to Bay TV, Bay FM, Nkqubela FM, Kingfisher FM, IFM and at the Port Elizabeth City Hall Bongani at the Executive Mayor’s Office.

Bayafunda spokesperson Nkululeko Msauli (left) with elated bush dwellers John Daniels (who was still looking at his clinic card) and Nicolene Adams who enjoyed the meal provided by Bayafunda. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA

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LAST year’s disappointing 58.1 % matric pass rate in the Eastern Cape has resulted in a number of people and institutions coming up with what they believe is a solution for this poor performance. One of these is the introduction of Bayafunda, a publication of Ithuteng Dipuo Foundation (IDF) which was started and has recorded major successes in Potchefstroom in the North West Province in 2011. According to Bayafunda Eastern Cape spokesperson, Nkululelo Msauli, Bayafunda’s sister publication, Bana Balang, assisted learner performance and was acknowledged by the Education Department in the North West Province “hence a decision to spread the wings and assist poorly performing provinces like the East-

ern Cape,” he said. Explaining, Msauli said Bayafunda is a regular publication aimed at promoting reading, education and entrepreneurship among the target number of 500 000 isiXhosa-speaking youth in the Eastern Cape Province. Discovering that there is currently little reading material available to assist isiXhosa youth in their mother tongue, Msauli said, this unique magazine, Bayafunda, is expected to stimulate, entertain, inform and educate the isiXhosa speaking grade 1 - 12 group - in their mother tongue. “Bayafunda opens the world for learners and gives them a chance to succeed,” said Msauli, adding that the magazine will be delivered to schools around the province later this month – free of charge. They have their head-quarters in Newton Park, Port Elizabeth, and will also use East London and Mthatha as

their distribution points, Msauli said. Meanwhile, the Bayafunda Project, as part of its commitment to uplift local communities, last Friday organised a meal of soup and bread for about 50 homeless people who reside in the bushes at the Beacon in Summerstrand. The event was organised with the help of Spar, Pick n Pay (Summerstrand) and Newton Park Fruit and Veg City. A mobile clinic was also available at the event and the Walmer clinic staff offered primary health care services. Nicolene Adams (25) said she made use of the tests for sugar-diabetes, blood pressure and TB, amongst others, and with a clean bill of health, she was over the moon. “It was good. We had soup and bread and got tested,” said John Daniels (50) who was also given a clinic card to keep a constant check on his health.


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Metro in mourning after death of councillors PE EXPRESS REPORTER EXECUTIVE Mayor Zonoxolo Wayile, councillors, church leaders, stakeholders and family members yesterday visited the accident scene where three councillors of Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality died in an accident on Sunday evening. Ward Councillors Mxolisi Gumenge, Phumeza Lose and Noncedo Ngqondi died in the accident, which also left 11 other Councillors with injuries of varied severity, namely, Councillors Mbongeni Bungane, Nomakhazi Cobo, Andile Gqabi, Thanduxolo Jacobs, Mzukisi Ncamani, Loyiso Stemele, Michael Tofile, Dyantyi, Linda Mlomo, Stephen Lindoor and Veliswa Ndidi. The Councillors were on their way back

from the first contact session this year as part of their studies at the Nelson Mandela Law School at the Fort Hare University’s East London campus. They were studying towards certificates in Local Government Law and Public Administration. The Quantum minibus they were travelling in left the road after the driver swerved out for a cow between Alexandria and Nanaga. Yesterday at the accident scene religious leaders, which included the Anglican Bishop Bethlehem Nopece, EC Moral Regeneration Movement President, Rev. Mcebisi Xundu and Inter-denominational African Ministers Association of Southern Africa (Idamasa) Bishop Sandile Jika, conducted a prayer service and wreath-laying. A Special Council Meeting was also held yesterday to discuss what the Metro needed to do to ensure that services to the affected

wards continue without any delays. The metro will be in mourning for two weeks, but councillors will address pressing service delivery issues if and when necessary, said speaker Maria Hermans. A Municipal Task Team was appointed to look into the memorial service and funeral arrangements for the councillors. Councillor Ngqondi was the Ward 15 Councillor, as well as the Chairperson of the Municipal Public Accounts Committee and was a representative of the African National Congress on the Budget and Financial Planning Standing Committee. Councillor Gumenge was the Ward Councillor in Ward 26 and was a member of Standing Committee for Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture. Councillor Lose, the Ward Councillor for Ward 55, was a member of the Standing Committee for Electricity and Energy.

Looking for parents of an abandoned baby boy THE AFM Executive Welfare Council is looking for the parents of a new born baby boy, Sinesipho Le Grange, who was abandoned in a rubbish bin last year. He was apparently born on Christmas Day last year. He was found in Bunyulusa Street in Motherwell NU 8. If anyone has any details on the whereabouts of the parents, please phone 0 041 360 0302.

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ry School where they provide meals three times per week to about 1100 pupils who come from impoverished backgrounds. With the help of sponsors and business leaders, Pops reached out to various underprivileged adults and children over the past few weeks. “At the beginning of the festive season, a Christmas party for 500 children who came from across the Nelson Mandela metro from areas such as KwaNobuhle, Zwide, New Brighton, Kuyga, Booysens Park, Walmer, Korsten and Helenvale, were held. It was a fun-filled day with live entertainment by local musician, Gino Lee, at the former EP Rugby Grounds Stadium (Boet Erasmus),” said Mureedah. Everyone received goodies generously sponsored by Toy Run PE. Those who would like to assist the foundation can contact Maureedah at 0 041 360 3910 or 0 083 738 8436.

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My first day in big school SCHOOLS opened for the new year last Wednesday and there were many excited first-time school-goers, as well as not-so-excited grade 1s. The PE Express Indaba was there to capture those special moments.

p Alu Mgoduka from Cape Recife enjoys his lunch. Photo: CARA­LEE SCHEUN

u Bianca Menze (7) was very excited about her first day in Grade 1 at the More­ grove Primary School. Photo: THEO JEPTHA

p Sivuyile Bokuva (8) from the Alfonso Arries Primary School. Photo: WERNER HILLS u Ntombikayise Dabo carries her daughter, Nam­ hla (6), so that her new school shoes won’t get dirty for her first day at the Alfonso Arries Primary School in Chatty. Photo: WERNER HILLS

p Nomawethu Fetsha, a teacher at St Albans Primary, welcomes her new Grade 1 class. Photo: DEON FERREIRA

t From left are Sqimiseko Zwane, De­ rosa Fouché (teacher) and Rivarashe Bayai from the Walmer West Primary School. Photo: DEON FERREIRA

p Kubongiwe Thabuhunywa (left, 10) enrolled in a new school, the Alfonso Arries Primary School. Siphosenkosi Ntamo (4), Si­ ma Ngcanjana (4) and her mother, Zukiswa Thabuhunywa, walk with her. Photo: WERNER HILLS

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Vacant Junior Middleweight title on the cards at Walmer High School NCEBA DLADLA ANDILE Boxing Promotions’ boss Andile Siqwepu is taking boxing back to the people, literally. His upcoming promotions bill features a fight for the vacant Eastern Cape Junior Middleweight title between East London’s Malibongwe Ndzube and Phumlani Ntlebi of Mthatha over 10 rounds at Walmer High School in Walmer Township on Saturday, January 28. It has been a long time since professional boxing has been taken to Walmer township which also provides Nelson Mandela metro with good amateurs and promising professional boxers. Fireworks should be expected in the main supporting bout between Port Elizabeth’s hard hitting and

current big thing Lusindiso “Take no Time” Siyo and Uitenhage’s neversay-die Melumzi “Keep It” Jantjies a clash over six rounds in the Flyweight division. In the main preliminary bout, Walmer’s Anelisa “Sugar Ray” Gungqisa must perform against Mthatha’s Hlanga Kantsi in their six round Lightweight fight. The following bouts will all be over four rounds: Thando Mahlahla versus Siyabonga Blou (Flyweight); Mthuthuzeli Funde vs Simo Mbande (Junior Featherweight); Mzoxolo Dyani vs Milile Baskiti (Featherweight) and Ndikho Magadaza vs Lonwabo Roboji in the Mini-flyweight division. The boxing starts at 4pm and admission is R30 adults and R15 children. The weigh-in will be at Andile’s Gym in Zwide on Friday. also at 4 pm.

u Lusindiso “Take no Time” Siyo of Port Elizabeth is going for the big time in his 6­round flyweight bout with Melumzi “Keep It” Jantjies of Uitenhage in Walmer town­ ship on January 28. Photo: Nceba Dladla

Romans lose to Saders

Sport News in Brief Real City punishes neighbours SELBY MADIKANE REAL City FC emerged victorious when they punished their neighbours Crystal Palace FC 2-0 in their SAFA Castle Regional League game played at the NU9 Stadium in Motherwell on January 7. Following their long season lay-off, both outfits looked rusty in the early stages of the game. But this was shortlived and soon the two sides performed as was expected from them for fans to enjoy the game. As the tempo of the game gained momentum, however, the players’ tempers erupted with a Crystal Palace player going foranearlyshowerinthelaststanzaofthegame. Siyabonga Matwa and Sakhile Nkewana scored spectacular goals for Real City to make the final score 2-0.

HUNDREDS of youth gathered at the Motherwell NU5 Basketball grounds to watch street soccer and basketball games during the 16th Annual Summer Basketball Success mini tournament on January 7. The tournament was or-

THE unbeaten record of Young Romans FC came to an end when they were edged out 2-1 by their neighbours Real Crusaders FC during their Zwide Football Association (Zwifa) Marina Salt League game at Zwide Celtic grounds on January 7. The mighty Soweto Angels kept their hopes of winning the Zwifa Marina Salt League prestige trophy alive when they maintained their unbeaten record following their sweet 2-0 victory over their neighbours Young Stars.

OTHER ZWIFA MARINA SEA SALT LEAGUE RESULTS:

Real City FC player Monwabisi Zinto is challenged by Crystal Palace FC players Thembela Zidepa and Abongile Madada during their clash at NU9 Stadium in Motherwell. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

16th Summer Basketball success SELBY MADIKANE

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ganised by Flytime Sport and Events under the guidance of director Sibongile Fondini. According to Fondini, the objective of the tournament is to keep the youth active in sport and not doing crime. “This tournament opens opportunities for the youth because it is here that talent is identified and we want to promote sport in the metro,” said Fondini. .

Liverpool spoils Lion Stars record SELBY MADIKANE THE Gutsy Liverpool FC spoiled the unbeaten record of Lion Stars FC when they beat them 1-0 in their Motherwell Football Association (Mofa) Build It Premier League clash at the NU9 Stadium on Sunday, January 8. Young Romans drubbed Tottenham Spurs with a whopping margin of 6-1. In the most nail-biting contest Young Tigers were held to a 1-1 draw by Young Madrid.

OTHER BUILD IT PREMIER LEAGUE RESULTS: * Milan Stars 2-1 Young Tigers * Young Madrid 3-3 Valencia * Real Strikers 0-2 Lion Stars * Liverpool 2-1 Ikamvelihle Movers * Tomorrow Stars 3-2 Young Swallows

* Shining Stars 4-0 Highland Spurs * FC Angels 0-1 SUBS * Milan Stars 3-0 Young Destroyers

MOFA BUILD IT FIRST DIVISION RESULTS: * NU29 United Stars 5-1 Stone Breakers * Tomorrow Stars 1-3 Crystal Palace * Young Ideas 5-1 Shining Stars * MUBS 2-4 Camper United * Highland Spurs 2-1 Stone Breakers * Camper United 2-0 Manchester United * Crystal Palace 2-3 MUBS * Mighty Cosmos 0-w/o NU29 United Brothers * Motherwell United 5-2 City Rangers * Channel Porto w/o - 0 Royal Bucks * Royal Bucks 3-1 Manchester United * Channel Porto 3-0 Young Killers.

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Little Birds 1-2 Zwide Celtic Strikers United 0-w/o Young Brothers Kuyasa United 3-1 Major Chiefs Shining Stars 3-1 Swartkops United Kuyasa United 3-0 Little Birds Golden Aces 5-1 Morning Stars Gal City 3-6 Real Crusaders Shining Stars 0-0 Young Romans

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Blackburn United 0-w/o Camper United Golden Aces 0- w/o Zwide Celtic Ijuba Aces w/o- 0 Young Persuaders Manchester City 2-1 Young Killers Olympic Aces w/o - 0 Shining Stars Real Crusaders w/o -0 Rolihlahla XI Real Dodgers 0-3 Zwide Pirates.

ZWIFA FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE RESULTS:

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