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municipality and Bay Stars will produce future soccer stars and international soccer legends,” said mayor Wayile. “Bay Stars was initially Bay Academy, which was a feeder to Bay United. We have now identified a few

qualifying to the Mvela First Division and later to the PSL. Yusuf Adams, the club’s Chief Executive Officer and Lovegrove, will run the club professionally like a welloiled machine as if it were already competing in the supreme league.

THE launch of Bay Stars Football Club at the Mandela Bay stadium on Monday evening has been hailed as ushering in a new dawn for the development of football in the Metro and for youngsters aspiring to play in the top South African leagues. And if all goes according to plan, Nelson Mandela Bay could have a Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit in the next three years to close the void that was left by the sudden departure of the relegated Bay United FC to Limpopo recently. Bay Stars Football club, a second division Vodacom League outfit, is an initiative of two local businessmen, Yusuf Adams and Tony Lovegrove, in strategic partnership with the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality During the launch all the speakers at the podium – from the executive mayor Zanoxolo Wayile, to Department of Sport, Arts and Recreation HOD Mzolisi Matutu, Safa Nelson Mandela Bay President Mzimkhulu Fina and SABC boss and former rugby great Zola Yeye – agreed Holding hands in partnership are from left, Nelson Mandela Bay Executive mayor Zanoxolo Wayile, Tony that though the launch of a football team in Nel- Lovegrove, Bay Stars’ Managing Director, Yusuf Adams, Chief Executive Officer of Bay Stars and MEC son Mandela Bay was not for Finance Phumulo Masualle during the launch of the outfit at Mandela Bay stadium on Monday. a new phenomenon, the Photo: Nceba Dladla Bay Stars FC management has come up with a sol- the future global and conti- more players - the best local According to Lovegrove id plan that can only see foot- nental soccer city. talent who with the help of the team consists of the best ball in the Metro being taken “As the Metro, we have de- our talent scout will help us local talent, taken from all to the next level. veloped working relations in achieve our objectives,” said the soccer structures in NelNelson Mandela Bay Exec- the form of the memoran- Tony Lovegrove, managing son Mandela Bay and inforutive Mayor Zanoxolo Way- dum of understanding with director of Bay Stars. mal township soccer players ile said the launch of Bay Bay Stars. I am sure and posiBay Stars FC will compete who have over the last two Stars will lay a solid founda- tive that the memorandum of from October 1 in the provin- months competed for a place tion towards uniting resi- understanding between the cial league with the hope of in the team.












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“A squad of 25 has been selected from this pool. This team doesn’t just offer youngsters a start in sport . It also offers student bursaries to players to study at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University. “Bay Stars also has a professional scout who constantly visits games in and around Nelson Mandela Bay for talent,” he added. The players are coached by professional coaching staff, including a life skills coach who will work towards equipping players with the knowledge of life skills. This will complement the training given by the team’s professional head coach and his two assistants.Training will take place at the Gelvan track stadium. Furthermore the Bay Stars brand has also embraced Beach Soccer that will see football activities at the beachfront increase dramatically with developing soccer teams, corporate and formal soccer teams participating. This will be launched as part of the 2011 Nelson Mandela Bay summer season programme. There was also a very strong message in the launch that players who are still hoping to be included in the squad should work hard as the door is not closed yet. “Unlike those who bought teams from elsewhere and brought them here, Bay Stars was a baby born of local entrepreneurs who for strategic business reasons commit to stay here and never take the club away,” said Adams. Bay Stars’ first match in the Vodacom League will be on 1 October against Bush Bucks.



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Multi-million Rand Centre for Gqebera Youth NCEBA DLADLA “THE youth of Gqebera township have been drowning themselves in shebeens, involved in crime and drugs because of unemployment and lack of facilities. But this is about to change,” said Gqebera Youth Development Forum Leader Mthuthuzeli Hombile. Hombile was speaking during the official sod-turning ceremony to

mark the beginning of the construction of a brand-new R28 million Youth Multi-purpose Centre in Fountain Road and the upgrading of the Advice Centre situated between Heugh Road and Railway Crossing with the aim of enhancing youth development in this part of the metro. It will take 14 months to complete the R16 million construction of the Youth Centre and the upgrading of the Advice Centre, at the cost of R12 million, will take at least 10 months.

Hombile believes that the development identified by the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality “as a focused urban-renewal project” aimed at rejuvenating socio-economic activities in various townships in the city will actually change the face of Gqebera township and improve the lives of the otherwise lost youth. “This development will go a long way towards improving the skills development of our youth in the area and also unearthing a wealth of talent we have hidden in this town-

ship,” said Hombile. Together, the Youth Centres will offer an indoor sporting facility, a lib rary, advice and skills development area, municipal customer care facility and youth-focused government offices. With the contractors already on site, Ward 4 Councillor Nomajama Benya highlighted the commitment of Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality to service delivery. “With the centre,” Cllr. Benya said, “we want to take our youth

away from bad influences such as alcohol and drugs. We want the youth (rather) to be busy with positive activities and to stay away from self-destructive habits,” said Cllr. Benya. According to municipal spokesperson Ongama Mtimka, the R28 million projects form part of the R52 million Fountain Road Upgrade funded by National Treasury through its Neighbourhood Development Partnership Grant. Mtimka believes the event marked the beginning of the new era in Gqebera .

‘Rather use accredited undertakers’ RIAAN MARAIS GRIEF stricken families in Port Elizabeth must be on their guard for undertakers that may want to be too helpful during their time of mourning. A couple from Port Elizabeth’s Northern areas - who would like to remain anonymous - received an account for thousands of rands for the storage of their son’s corpse. “We were still at the hospital when the man approached us. He was so friendly and convinced us that we shouldn’t worry about a thing, since he would take care of all the funeral arrangements,” said the mother whose son was murdered in Bethelsdorp about two weeks ago. “Less than a week later we received an account for more than R7 000. We cannot afford to pay and they are refusing to hand over the body before the account is settled”. Mr Johnny de Vos, an undertaker who has been in the industry for more than 20 years is of the opinion that the couple was taken for a ride.

He explained yesterday that family members usually sign an indemnity form which gives undertakers permission to remove the corpse from the hospital. The family also has the right to make use later of a different undertaker, as long as they settle the account, and this is usually when exploitation takes place. “A few weeks ago, a couple had to cough up R2 000 after just a few hours. The undertaker transported the corpse to his facility in the same street and kept the body there for two hours.” Undertakers who are accredited by the Funeral Federation of South Africa, have fixed rates for their services. Private undertakers, however, don’t have to adhere to these regulations. All accredited undertakers charge an initial tariff of R600 and a further R50 per day for storage of the body, according to Mr Rey van Ronge, Secretary of the Funeral Federation of South Africa. Van Ronge warns the public to be cautious of private undertakers and to rather make use of accredited companies to avoid exploitation.

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NE of Port Elizabeth’s premier beaches, Kings Beach, will receive a much-needed facelift to the tune of R42 million.

The Nelson Mandela Bay Development Agency (MBDA) – an arm of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) – has already begun with phase one of the Kings Beach environmental upgrade. Construction to the Kings Beach triangle, which stretches from the super tubes in Humewood to the McArthur swimming Pools, started at the beginning of September and should be completed by March next year, according to Pierre Voges, CEO of MBDA. The upgrade comprises largely an environmental improvement and there are no large structural components planned, which might impact on things like views. The upgrade has been broken into two phases – the second phase comprising A and B stages owingto budget limitations. Phase one, with a cost of R10 million, will see the development of a waterbody with walkways and paths around it and grassing and fencing at the pool areas. “The waterbody will be used as a storm water attenuation area and also as an irrigation source. It gets fed by water from an old spring that is continually pumped out of a sump in the basement of The Beaches apartments, which has until now simply been discharged into the sea,” Voges explained. The water will, however, be circulated and cleaned through filters and reed beds. “Other elements to be introduced are seating areas around the waterbody, additional paths, an upgraded and expanded skateboard facility, improved lighting and a more open landscaped area to promote better surveillance and safety,” he added. During the first part of the second phase (2A) – with an estimated cost of R3 million and which should begin in April next year – additional paving will be added. This should be completed by June 2012, and in July 2012, phase 2B will commence until around February 2013. Here the skateboard facility will be expanded and redeveloped, the installation of additional lighting and irrigation systems will be done and the redevelopment

of the existing car park with existing levels will be adjusted to better resolve storm water runoff problems in the area. The value of this phase is around R29 million. “The construction of phase two will depend largely on the NMBM budget allocations in the next financial year,” Voges said. The possibility of a further later phase of the King’s Beach development is also on the cards and could see the downgrading of Beach Road and Marine Drive from a “relatively high speed through route between the S-bend and Happy Valley to a traffic route that accommodates traffic at slower speeds, as well as considerably increasing parking opportunities along the southbound carriageway in the same area.” The idea behind this proposal is to create a safer environment for pedestrian movement across Beach Road and Marine Drive. The last significant infrastructure improvements along the beachfront took place more than 20 years ago, with the exception of the basic facelift done prior to the 2010 Soccer World Cup, according to Dean Biddulph, DA Councillor for Ward 2. “There can be no argument that the metro’s beachfront needs serious attention, and safety concerns, along with crumbling infrastructure, do little to instil the necessary confidence in what should be our top tourist attraction,” Biddulph said. He believes it is of “great significance” for both urban conservation and tourism to upgrade the area. “The entire image of the NMBM is contained in this central city area – it is largely the ‘face’ that Nelson Mandela Bay presents to the rest of the world and which therefore gives it its unique identity, distinguishing it from any other city,” Biddulph explained. He added that the plans for the upgrade present “a fantastic opportunity to produce a valuable community asset that will be of benefit to local citizens, whilst also contributing to tourism development” in the Nelson Mandela Bay area. The CEO of Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT), Mandlakazi Skefile, welcomed the development and upgrade of the Kings Beach area. “We acknowledge that there has been a decrease of tourist attractions over the years, but we know the MBDA will help turn the tide. With them our coastline is set for greater heights,” Skefile said.




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ELSON Mandela Bay residents like the rest of the country must expect officials from Statistics South Africa (Stats SA) to knock at their doors as Census 2011 begins in less than two weeks. “It is almost 10 years since the last Census in 2001 and there is a concern that many residents will not know what Census is all about,” said Stats SA Field Worker Coordinator Mandisa Dukumbana. Dukumbana, who is training 60 fieldworkers at the Open Door Church in Brand Street, Westering, said the biggest problem Stats SA is facing, is that there may be people who do not want to take part in this significant exercise in the history of South Africa. “Our fieldworkers will be up and about knocking at people’s doors from October 9 to 31 so we are appealing to residents to participate,” said Dukumbana. To guard against criminals who would like to exploit the situation and pretend to be Stats SA officials Dukumbana said their fieldworkers will be easily identifiable. “We’ll be painting the country in yellow,” enthused Dukumbana. Explaining, Dukumbana said their officials will be wearing yellow Tshirts, bibs and black or yellow caps - all with the logo of Stats SA clearly visible. It is important that all South Africans participate in this exercise, budgeted at R3 billion, so that there is no undercount. “We must try and avoid an undercount because it would make it difficult for government to do proper planning and effective budgeting,” Dukumbana told PE Express Indaba, adding that this in turn will make it

NCEBA DLADLA MOTHERWELL police have recorded more arrests and confiscated valuable stolen items at the weekend, thanks to an operation held, said Police Spokesperson Warrant Officer Dumile Gwavu. The highest number of arrests (90) were those of disorderly drunkenness, said w/o Gwavu. He said nine people were arrested for assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm, six people for driving without a driver’s licence, five each for armed robbery and domestic violence and four for business robbery. “We arrested two people for murder, four people for posses-

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Enthusiastic Stats SA Fieldworker­Coordinator Mandisa Dukumbana is appealing to Nelson Mandela Bay residents to participate in the counting process. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA difficult for government departments like social development, health and

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MEMBERS of the SAPS in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth arrested 66 people in connection with crimes mainly related to alcohohol abuse over the weekend of September 16 during a crime prevention operation. According to Police spokesperson Captain Andre Beetge 43 of the 66 arrests made were alcohol related.

Police arrest dangerous suspects after community tip­offs NCEBA DLADLA MEMBERS of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth, arrested 18 suspects in connection with serious and violent crimes including murder during a raid on Thursday last week. The police also recovered a fire-arm that was linked to recent business robberies. A total of five suspects were arrested for murder, one for murder and rape, three for armed robbery, and five for assault with intent to do grievous bodily harm, said police spokesperson Warrant Officer Dumile Gwa-

sion of stolen property, three for shoplifting, three for possession of dagga, two people arrested for housebreaking and theft, two for contravention of protection order, two people for theft and one person for common robbery,” said Gwavu. There were other arrests, according to Gwavu, one for possession of an illegal firearm an ammunition, one for rape and one one for malicious damage to property, and they have confiscated 35 knives, two parcels of dagga, four Toyota wheel caps, one TV decoder, one remote control, one DVD, one Top TV manual, one CD player, two speakers and 18 CDs, said Gwavu, adding that anyone with enquiries should phone Motherwell Police Media Liaison at: 0 082 302 5882.

vu. According to Gwavu, this raid followed after four suspects were arrested on Wednesday morning following a tip-off from a member of the community. They were arrested in connection with a series of business robberies that took place in the NU4B area in Motherwell earlier in the week. “We also arrested a 28-year old man on Wednesday at about 6pm and recovered a 9mm pistol after a tip-off from a member of the community. The firearm is believed to have been used in the robbery,” said Gwavu. He added that the following morning (Thursday) police arrested three more suspects, two aged 23 years

while one was 27 years old. All these arrests, Gwavu said, took place in the same Motherwell area and follow after an armed robbery at a business in Tsomo Street, NU4B where a Somali national was shot and wounded on September 19. The suspects took an undisclosed amount of cash and cigarettes during that incident, according to the police spokesperson. “We want to thank the community at large for their cooperation during these arrests,” Gwavu said, adding that police would like to see more community involvement in order to ensure that they root out criminal elements within their communities. .

“Thirty six persons were arrested for being drunk and disorderly, while seven were arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol,” said Captain Beetge, adding that they have also confiscated three bompies of dagga, nine knives and a computer in their swoop. “Alcohol often plays a large role in the committing of crime. The SAPS in Motherwell have taken a zero tolerance for crimes committed where alcohol has been involved or abused,” said Capt. Beetge.



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Township’s recording studio is NCEBA DLADLA IT has been only eight months in operation, but the Zonke Bonke recording studios in the metro is a professional recording studio of note. This professional recording studio at Indwe Street, Motherwell, Port Elizabeth abounds with talent. Its youthful management believes that through its operations the best of Nelson Mandela Bay music talent can be showcased to the national and international market. “We are the first recording studio to be built as well as to operate in the township and we pride ourselves with low cost recording rates in the business,” said Zonke Bonke Marketing Manager, Sakhele Mzalazala (30). This company boasts many wellknown as well as emerging artists from across the Eastern Cape who record their music there. An upbeat Mzalazala rattled off names like Christ’s Followers, a gospel group from Whittlesea near Queenstown, AKA, Nutty Fella, Laz Macaza, Lwandile, Phira Orongo, Questa and many more locals as groups that have made their music with them. These groups and individual stars were assisted by Zonke Bonke’s top class engineers such as Siya Som

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Volpes warms the heart of two needy organisations NCEBA DLADLA THERE was joy and merriment in the hearts of the Motherwell residents in Port Elizabeth as Volpes showed a warm heart recently by donating R100 000 worth of blankets to the needy members of the community. Delivered in four bakkie loads to the Human Heart Service Organisation (HHSO), a registered non-profit making organisation (NPO) that provides services to needy people in Ngqawa Street, NU12 Motherwell, the blankets would bring much needed relief. Also grateful and appreciative for the R2000 worth of coloured linen received from Volpes was Ithemba Lam - (My Hope) a safe haven for babies based in Forest Hill. This was a complete surprise for the people of both these organisations who could not hide tears of joy. “To be able to go into the people’s homes in Motherwell township and surprise them with the gifts of new linen was especially moving,” said Volpes Marketing Coordinator Christine Normann. Normann was equally touched by the plight of especially Ithemba Lam’s vulnerable children who were either orphaned or aban-

doned, rescued from neglect and abuse or affected by the HIV/Aids pandemic. “We are hoping the linen will brighten and colour the lives of the poor little children from Ithemba Lam,” said Normann. An ecstatic HHSO Chief Executive Zamile Futa thanked Volpes for making such a huge difference in the lives of the people of Motherwell. “We are very thankful to Volpes for its kindness and support. The linen has brought so much joy and helped to uplift the spirits of this community,” said Futa. Founded by Futa in 2010, HHSO provides counselling and support to people and families that are torn apart by the ravages of poverty, HIV/Aids, disabilities and physical abuse. Despite their relevance and obvious need to add value in this community where unemployment and poverty rule the roost, Futa decried the fact that he and the other HHSO executive members do not get financial assistance from government or businesses operating in the area. All five of them, he said, take money out of their own pockets to make soup for at least 100 people every day in Motherwell. “We are very grateful for this kind of support from Volpes,” said Futa proudly.

Volpes marketing co­ordinator, Christine Normann (in the middle), was delighted to deliver the linen worth about R100 000 that her company Volpes donated to the needy in Motherwell last week. Photo: SUPPLIED

Needy learners receive shoes SELBY MADIKANE IT was tears of joy when the good Samaritan donated school shoes to the less fortunate learners of Imbasa Primary School in Motherwell on 15 September. The generous donation was made possible by the non- profit-making organisation (NPO) known as Masibambane African Action Group (A.A.G). Handing over the shoes, AAG Director Bishop Ready Valela stressed that his organisation’s aim was to

come to the rescue of needy children and to make sure that they were well cared for. “Some children decide to bunk the school because perhaps they do not have their school requirements,” said Bishop Valela. According to Bishop Valela, a child without school shoes finds it very hard to cope at school. This, he added, might lead to other children ridiculing the child without shoes leading him or her to leave school “and that is why we are lending a helping to these learners,” he said.

Imbasa Primary School learners display the shoes they received from Masibambane A.A.G. Their teachers are from left, Thembisa Soya, Mthetho Papu, Nomsa Masiza, Zoleka Nzweni, Luleka Sesman and Noluthando Mnyazi. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE


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This assurance was made by Boxing South Africa (BSA) Nelson Mandela Bay Provincial Manager Mthunzi Mapitiza, following a successful boxing tournament that took place at the Sizakele Khonzi Community Hall in KwaNobuhle in Uitenhage last week. “Andile Siqwepu has applied for another date to promote whilst we are hoping for two more other development promoters to complete their bills soon. But the major tournament will be Gladys Tsenene’s SA title fight in November,� said Mapitiza, adding that the Wells Estate female boxing promoter was finalising the bill “otherwise she has already signed both the champion and challenger for the national title fight.�

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SAFA NMB separates boys from men SELBY MADIKANE THE boys were separated from the men recently in the South African Football Association Nelson Mandela Bay (SAFA NMB) Castle Regional League Spectacular, which took place at various venues around the Metro. Despatch Pioneers’ supporters were taken aback when their side lost 3 - 0 at home to Morning Stars. The rookies, Crystal Palace, made their presence felt when they edged out Tomorrow Stars 3 - 2 in their Motherwell derby at the NU9 Stadium. Other results: Showvillage 1 - 1 Real City Swallows 3 - 0 Highland Spurs Real City 3 - 4 Emperors Royal Bucks 2 - 0 Camper United Lion City 1 -1 Aspen Young Professionals 0 - w/o Real Aces Real City players and officials.Photo: Selby Madikane

Real Strikers under­13 strike gold at junior tourney SELBY MADIKANE YOUNG soccer players were recently treated to an exhilarating mini junior football tournament at Motherwell’s NU8 Community Soccer Fields. Organised by the Shining Stars, Scorpions, Tomorrow Stars, NU5 Young Stars, Real Strikers, PUBS, Young Madrid and Motherwell Eleven, teams participated in the age

groups of under-11, under-13 and under-15. Tournament results: Under-11: Young Stars 0(2) - 0(3) Real Strikers (game ended in penalties). Finals: Young Madrid 0 - 1 Real Strikers. Under-13: Semi-Finals: Young Stars 1(3) 1(5) Real Strikers (game ended in penalties) and PUBS 2 - 0 Scorpions. Finals: PUBS1 - 3 Real Strikers. Under-15: Scorpions 2 - 5 Motherwell Eleven 2(5) - 2(3) Real Strikers (game ended in penalties).

SAFA NMB president, Mzimkhulu Fina, Banyana defender Amanda Sister, Councillor Babalwa Lobishe, Banyana Captain Amanda Dlamini and Total dealer Derek du Preez were guests at the SAFA NMB Total ILFA function. Photo: Selby Madikane

Groupings for SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Total ILFA Tournament SELBY MADIKANE Real Strikers under­13 won the mini junior tournament recently played in Motherwell.Photo: Selby Madikane

Peace United takes WAFA Mini tourney SELBY MADIKANE The Walmer Football Association (WAFA) Mini Tournament attracted huge crowds to the Walmer Community Fields when Peace United took top honours with a narrow win of 2 - 1 over Ghetto Stars. In the first semi-final, Peace

United managed to pip African Aces 5 - 3 on penalties after a goalless draw at full time. In the last semi-final, Ghetto Stars ousted Eleven Experience 2 - 0.

Other results: Walmer Stars 0 - 1 Golden Heroes; Mabayibone 0 - Real Madrid; Eleven Experience 3 - 0 Moscow FC; Airport Val-

ley 2 - 0 Happy Lions; African Aces 2 - 0 Brazil United; Ghetto Stars 1 - 0 Morning Stars; Peace United 2 - 1 Young Cosmos; Young Aces 1 - 0 Popular FC. Quarter finals: Airport Valley 0 - w/o Eleven Experience; Ghetto Stars 1 - 0 Golden Heroes; Real Madrid 0 - 1 Peace United; African Aces 3 - 0 Young Aces.

THE groupings for the 18th annual South African Football Association Nelson Mandela Bay’s (SAFA NMB) Total Inter Local Football Association (ILFA) Tournament were recently done in Uitenhage. As is customary, the ILFA tournament is hosted by different local football associations on a rotation basis and as such, the newly formed Nobuhle-Despatch Football Association (NODEFA) will be this year’s host. Fixture dates will be made available shortly. Grouping for women’s section: Group A: Nobuhle-Despatch Football Association (NODEFA), Port Elizabeth East Football Association (PEEFA) and Northern Are-

as Football Association (NAFA) Group B: Walmer Football Association (WAFA), Port Elizabeth North Football Association (PENFA) and Motherwell Football Association (MOFA) Group C: New Brighton Football Association (NEBFA), Kuyga Football Association (KUFA) and Langa-Rosedale Football Association (LAROSA) Group D: South African Schools Football Association (SASFA), Port Elizabeth Football Association (PEFA) and Zakhele Football Association (ZAFA) Groupings for men’s section: Group A: NODEFA, KUFA and MOFA. Group B: PENFA, PEEFA, and NAFA. Group C: LAROFA, Zwide Football Association (ZWIFA) and SASFA. Group D: WAFA, ZAFA and NEBFA.




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UBuild-It uthe jize iMOFA nge-R180 000 ngesi senzo sihle. Ibe nguNkebe nokaMkangelwa abatyiketye isivumelwano sale nkxaso kulo msitho. .IMOFA ikwawonge amaqela ali-10 kwi-season ka2010/2011 kulo msitho. Isithethi sembeko uMzimkhulu Fina nonguMongameli we-Safa NMB ukubalule ukuzimisela kwekomiti ayikhokelayo kuphuhliso lwebhola ekuhlaleni ngele bejongene neengxaki zokungabikho kwamaziko neendawo zophuhliso, - ucele abadlali kwalapha ukuba bazimisele ngamandla kwimfundo.

SELBY MADIKANE IMotherwell Football Association (MOFA) ithiwe jize ngesixamali nguBuild It waseMotherwell ukukhulisa ibhola ekuhlaleni. Izihandiba nabameli bamaqela ebekho ngethuba uSibongile Nkebe esazisa ukuba inkxasomali engange-R180 000 iyakuncedisa ukuphuhlisa umdlalo webhola ekuhlaleni iminyaka emibini. “Ndanelisekile yile ntsebenziswano yenu noBuild It,” utshilo. Usihlalo weMOFA uSiphiwe Mkangela uthe bazakusebenza nzima ukuqinisa amaqhina ozakuzelwano no-Build It. “Kule minyala imbalwa igqithileyo sibe nentsebenziswano entle no-Build It, esixhasa, sifuna ukuba kuhlale kunjalo kungekho bani uyipotyayo le meko”. Usekela Mongameli weSafa NMB uMonde Mhletywa ubabubele abalawuli bale nkampani

Nazi zizphumo: Abaphumeleleyo kwiPremier League-: Tomorrow Stars Kwi-Super League kuphumelel iYoung Romans Kwi- Junior League kuphumele : U/9: Tomorrow Stars; U/11: Young Romans; U/13: Camper United kunye ne- U/15: Valencia. Kubekho ixesha lolonwabo abantu beyisana noloyiso.

Bombers bombed Progress SELBY MADIKANE PROGRESS Rugby Football Club’s dreams of lifting the Eastern Province Rugby Union’s Presidential Cup were shattered when African Bombers beat them 32 - 11 in the semi-finals of the tournament. Even though Progress really took the game to Bombers, they just soaked up the pressure. Progress scrum-half, Boela Abrahams put his side in the lead 3 - 0 after having been awarded a penalty. The Bombers’ hard work paid dividends when fly-half, Masixole Banda managed to take a penalty kick from a long distance to level the score at 3 - 3. Progress answered with taking the lead 6 - 3 when Abrahams took a successful penal-

ty. Bombers cut short the joy of their opponent when the sure-footed Banda put another penalty through the posts bringing the score to 6 - 6. Bombers flank forward, Thembelani Bholi, scored two tries in quick succession while Banda converted one. Progress was kept at bay until the half-time whistle. In the early stages of the second half, Progress scored an unconverted try courtesy of full-back, Ashwin Oelse to decrease their deficit to 18 11. It appeared as if Bombers was provoked by its opponent’s try. Two late Bombers tries were scored by centres Sizwe Twani and Milo Ngqoro respectively, to book their place in the finals. In the other semi-final match, United Barbarians comfortably beat Kruisfontein with a fulltime score of 21 - 16.

Sibongile Nkebe presents MOFA NMB Premier League trophy to Crystal Palace captain, Oyama Mjekula (left) and to coach Thembalethu Jafta.Photo: Selby Madikane

MOFA president, Simpiwe Mkangelwa and Motherwell Build­It director, Sibongile Nkebe with the signed contract for a R180 000 sponsorship to MOFA over the next two soccer seasons to aid development at grass roots level. Photo: Selby Madikane

Jumping in the line­out are Progress and African Bomb­ ers lock forwards.Photo: Selby Madikane

Mission United player moves away from the danger zone. Photo: Selby Madikane

Wallabies beat Mission Utd SELBY MADIKANE FANS were treated to a most entertaining rugby match when Gelvandale Wallabies snatched a narrow victory of 13 - 12 from Mission United in the final game at the Adcock Stadium in Korsten. Both outfits played good rugby from kick-off. In a thrilling first half, neither

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