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GOOD news for the residents of the townships in the Metro is the expansion of the Port Elizabeth Express Indaba newspaper from a monthly publication to a weekly newspaper. The Indaba was first launched in July 2008 as a monthly newspaper. It was a brand extension to Port Elizabeth Express serving a market where there had been no other freesheet at the time. “The Indaba has proved so popular amongst readers and advertisers alike that we have decided to relaunch it as a weekly paper,” said editor, Bettie Giliomee.

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Indaba will now be published on a Wednesday. The distribution has also been increased and a total of 55 000 copies will be printed. The newspaper will be distributed to homes in KwaNobuhle, Khayalistha, Motherwell, Bethelsdorp, Kwadwesi, KwaZakhele, New Brighton, Soweto On Sea, Veeplaas, Zwide and Gqebera. Commuters will be able to get the Indaba at selected taxi ranks in these areas. “As is the case with the PE Express’ three zoned editions - Metro, Southern Suburbs and Northern Suburbs – the Indaba will focus on

news and people that matter in the community in which the paper is distributed,” said Giliomee. “Not only will municipal and crime news be covered, but the Indaba will give people and organisations, who make a difference in the community, a platform. “Regular columns will also focus on topics ranging from health to wealth.” Apart from the news value for readers, the Indaba is also the ideal vehicle for advertisers to reach their target market in their surrounding community. According to Tasmia Ismail, PE

Express Indaba Advertising Manager, “After the launch of Indaba advertisers grabbed the opportunity to offer their products and services to this very rapidly emerging market. “Most local advertisers who identified this as their target markets waste no time in securing their advertising space well in advance. Even national advertisers such as Cashbuild and Metro Cash & Carry have finally found the perfect vehicle for their audiences,” said Ismail. Port Elizabeth Express Indaba is published by Media24 Newspapers, printed by Paarl Coldset and distributed by On The Dot Distribution.

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Izixhobo zemikhosi yezomoya neyelwandle yoMzantsi Afrika iza kubandakakanyeka kuqeqesho kunxweme lwamazantsi olwandle. Nangona kuza kungabikho nanye ivessel kwezo zomkhosi wolwandle eMelika kwizibuko, ziyakuba zininzi ivessels zomkhosi waselwandle kweli ezifana neSAS Drakensberg, uninzi lweefrigates kwakunye nenye iSubmarine eziyakuba zityelela izibuko laseBhayi. Ngomhla wama 29 kuJulayi, imikhumbi yomkhosi waselwandle eMzantsi Afrika iyakuba indanda phakathi kweBhayi nezibuko laseNgqurha njengenxalenye yoqeqesho oluya kubandakanya uhlaselo olulinganiselwayo olusuka kwiintolomlilo zeenqwelo-ntaka zomkhosi we-SANDF. Iqela le- SA Military Health Service liyakuba liMedical, optometric and dental services are provided free of bambisene noogqirha bomkhocharge by personnel from the United States Armed Forces and si baseMelika ukukhawulelana South African National Defence Force at the Kleinskool Sport nezidingo zonyango kubahlali Fields as part of Operation Shared Accord. Here Army major Carl baseKleinskool. Boeck examines Sylvia Tanjies’ eyes. Photo: Beverley Darlow Iintente ziza kumiswa ngxi

Joy and relief as water restrictions lifted CLARISSA VENTER THE announcement that Nelson Mandela Bay’s water restrictions and punitive tariffs were to be eased, was met with great jubilation amongst businesses and residents. The news followed last week after a drought that left everyone in the metro in a frenzied panic state. However, the executive mayor of the Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality, Zanoxolo Wayile, has lifted the water restrictions imposed on account holders since water supply decreased below 60 % two years ago. At a certain stage in 2010 levels in the city

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Provincial Water Affairs acting chief director Ashley Starkey, confirmed earlier that the lifting of the restrictions was recently published in the weekly government Gazette after the Minister of Water and Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, signed it. Hereafter, the metro could only announce the tariff ease after the Gazette was published. Moreover, the municipality advised that certain activities remain prohibited and is still encouraging the usage of recycled water at car washes. Meanwhile, the municipality has maintained a 98 % water quality compliance which means it complies fully with SANS 241 (Drinking Water Quality Standards).

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MOTHERWELL Build It owner Sibongile Nkebe won the Future 100 South Africa’s Top Young Entrepreneur Silver Award at a function held at the Gallagher Estate in Jozi recently. The function according to Nkebe, was the brainchild of the National Youth Development Agency (NYDA) to ensure efficient running of businesses by young people. Nkebe revealed that the areas of concern among other issues, were business profiling on financials, community involvement and achievements. According to Nkebe, 5 800 young entrepreneurs countrywide were nominated and that number was later trimmed down to 200 by the independent adjudi-

cators. “Everything was conducted professionally in a free and fair manner by the independent panel of judges and when my name was called for a Silver Award, amongst 100 young best entrepreneurs I was overwhelmed,” said a still overjoyed Nkebe. Nkebe attributed his achievement to his personnel, the community that supports them “and of course my family for they always support me” he said. Said Nkebe: “I want to say thank you to all of you. thank you. This award means a lot to me,” he said. Nkebe is not new to winning awards. In 2009 he won the Build It national award and was awarded the certificate of community involvement and development by Imbasa primary school in 2010.

Ben­Mazwi opens Re/Max branch in Motherwell RE/MAX ABM, which operates in the New Brighton and surrounding areas of Port Elizabeth, has achieved record sales and opened a new office in Motherwell during the past month. RE/MAX ABM increased its sales from between 10 and 20 per month to 31 sales recorded for May and a further 26 for June. Well-known local businessman and broker/owner of RE/MAX ABM, Andile Ben-Mazwi, attributes this growth to an increased marketing budget and more aggressive marketing of the brand and its stock. Adrian Goslett, CEO of RE/MAX of Southern Africa, says that these figures prove that there is demand for property and that the market is showing strong signs of recovery, particularly in the lower and middle price ranges. Ben-Mazwi explains that the new Motherwell office, which began trad-

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ing on 1 July, was established due to the fact that they sell more properties in this area than any other area of their operation. “People in this area prefer personal consultation when doing business and therefore bringing our business closer to them will enable us to increase our market share.” Ben-Mazwi says that his office brings 23 years worth of knowledge and expertise in property to the area, which has been passed on to the RE/ MAX ABM sales associates through training, to render an unsurpassed service to meet the client’s needs. Goslett adds that in the current economic climate, well-trained, knowledgeable and compliant agents make all the difference when it comes to concluding property transactions. Ben-Mazwi explains that in order to service the Motherwell area, his office has taken on a further six agents and on 9 July the office hosted

a road show in the area to introduce the new agents to the community with fliers. “We also talked to the community about our initiative with the objective of making it easy for them to transact at their door steps.” Ben-Mazwi also notes that Motherwell is the most vibrant area in their target markets and says that RE/ MAX ABM has more listings in this area than anywhere else. Free-standing homes, he says, are the most popular choice, with prices ranging from R70 000 to R550 000. “Most of the properties on the market sell for an average price of R200 000 and the buyers are mostly young couples.” Looking forward, Ben-Mazwi predicts steady growth for property in these markets. “The sales in the area are being matched by the number of listings which we conclude at almost the same rate we conclude sales. This assures us of sustainable growth in the area,” he concludes.

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Silwa nexenophobia ngendlela kaMadiba NGUNCEBA DLADLA ABAHLALI baseBhayi bebambisene nabaphuma kumanye amazwe balwa intiyo phakathi kweentlanga, ngoncedo lweCommunity Police Forum, iCPF yaseMotherwell. Yintlanganisela phakathi kwezi zikhululo zamapolisa, Motherwell, Ikamvelihle, New Brighton, KwaDwesi, Swartkops, Kwazakhele kunye neKinkelbos neqale kwiminyaka emithathu edlulileyo ngetumente yebhola ekhatywayo kubandakanywa abadlali beli lizwe loMzantsi Afrika bequbisana noontanga babo abaphuma kumanye amazwe nabachongwa ngumbutho iSomali Association for South Afrika (SASA). Iinjongo zoku kukuthoba izinga lobundlobongela nokwakha ubuhlobo obuluqilima kulutsha lwala mazwe mabini. Ezityand’igila kule mvaba, usihlalo weCPF uNomawethu Jama ubule-

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Black diamonds shine on Mandela Day Executive Mayor Zan­ oxolo Wayile also did his bit for Mandela Day. Photo: Supplied

THE Black Diamonds Consulting, a company owned 100% by historically disadvantaged individuals and who are all women, rolled up their sleeves to do their bit for 67 minutes for Mandela Day. They served about 1000 scrumptous meals to the needy from their offices in Aggrey Street, New Brighton. “Our events company is happy to be serving the needy a hot meal on this important day. We’d like to con-

tinue with this community service, even if it’s on a monthly basis as our commitment to the needy members of our communities in the spirit of Madiba,” said company director Vuvu Sitho-Headbush. “In fact, our drive is to empower others, especially women, as Nelson Mandela stands for equal rights, unity and social justice,” added Bongiwe Mafani, another company director of The Black Diamonds.

Bay celebrates Mandela Day pal directorates, state departments, the private sector, other social partners and residents to make every day a Mandela Day in recognition of Mandela’s 67 years of selfless dedication and commitment to the struggle for liberation and democracy. As a municipality named after Mandela, Wayile said the Bay has always celebrated his birthday as part of its annual programmes. The entire month of July was declared as Mandela Month in Nelson

NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay Municipality, like the rest of the international community, celebrated Mandela Day on 18th July in grand style. Paying homage to a great man, Mandela, the icon of freedom, peace and social justice, Mandela Bay mayor Zanoxolo Wayile urged all munici-

Mandela Bay. The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality launched an outreach programme that was aimed at making a difference in the lives of the less fortunate members. This involved officials cleaning and beautifying the city centre, led by the mayor. Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism was also involved in a campaign to cleanup various historical sites in the city like the Donkin Heritage Trail.

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The Black Diamonds playing their part for Mandela Day.

Department of Arts and Culture encourages culture of reading least 67 minutes of their time to help others in need - whereever they are. The theme of this year’s Mandela Day was “Working Together to build a caring society.” “Mandela dedicated 67 years of his life to political activism and Mandela Day is a celebration of Mandela’s life and a global call for people everywhere to take responsibility for making the world a better place,” said DAC Communications Head, Lisa Combrinck ,recently.

NCEBA DLADLA THE Department of Arts and Culture (DAC) spearheaded a month-long programme to celebrate Mandela Day by giving out books to encourage the culture of reading in the country. Since the United Nations declared July 18 as the International Mandela Day last year, South Africans and members of the international community have been urged to use at

Combrink said her department was involved in a series of events to celebrate Mandela’ legacy. They started early this month in Grahamstown in the Makana Local Municipality where they handed out thousands of books - about 67 titles to seven under-resourced libaries with the help of companies in the publishing sector to promote literacy and encourage the culture of reading. This was because Mandela, who is

the author of two of the titles they handed out - Long Walk to Freedom (1994) and Conversations with Myself (2010), is very passionate about reading. Mandela was once quoted as saying “Education is the great engine of personal development. It is through education that the daughter of a peasant can become a doctor, that the son of a mine-worker can become the head of the mine, that a child of farm workers can become the president of

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INDABA NEWS•NUUS WEDNESDAY, 27 JULY 2011

Renovations, new classrooms for kwaZakhele schools EXPRESS INDABA REPORTER SCHOOLS in KwaZakhele will receive upgrades worth thousands of rands thanks to their learners entering the Cashbuild Art-atHeart competition. B.J. Mnyanda Primary School will have a new Grade R classroom and Ebangweni Primary School will at last be able to partition its hall into classrooms. These additions will all be made possible thanks to the schools’ entry into the Cashbuild Art-at-Heart competition. Altogether, eight lucky schools received Cashbuild building material vouchers worth R12 000 when the Cashbuild Daku store officially opened its doors on June 22. Principal of B.J. Mnyanda Primary School, Patricia Xaluva, explained: “We currently have 101 learners in our Grade R classroom; this puts both our learners and teachers under great stress. That’s why we plan to build the extra classroom because this will alleviate the problem as well as serve as an additional classroom for the other grades to use. Thank you so much Cashbuild, we are so grateful for this!” Thandaza Koya, Principal of Ebangweni Primary School said: “We lack classrooms so we decided that partitioning our school hall into two or more classrooms with galvanized roller doors would be an ideal solution. We also plan on purchasing various other building materials in order to improve our school’s ap-

pearance. This voucher could not have come at a better time. We are really thankful to Cashbuild.” At the official Cashbuild store opening on June 22, when the vouchers totaling R96 000 were presented to all eight schools, the children showed their appreciation by entertaining everyone with singing, cultural dances and theatrical performances. The Cashbuild Art-at-Heart competition entails learners from each school submitting their best artwork to Cashbuild. This artwork is displayed at the ceremony, and then remains on display in the Cashbuild store for the next five years. Artwork was judged and three winners from each school were named. The winning children received Cashbuild Art-at-Heart gold, silver and bronze certificates for first, second and third place respectively. The Manager’s Choice award was also presented to the lucky winner of the artwork competition. This award was presented to Bobi Xolani from Charles Duna Primary School who received a stationery pack and a glass trophy. At the store opening event, Samuel Nongogo Primary School was the winner of the lucky draw and walked away with a solar geyser and free installation. This prize will ensure that they have hot water regardless of the lack of resources within their community. The schools that benefited from the Cashbuild Art-at-Heart donations and the children that received

the certificates are: Charles Duna Primary School Gold Award - Kwanela Kapu Silver Award - Mlamli Ndlondlo Bronze Award - Siphosethu Tanya

build has helped more than a thousand schools with over R10-million worth of building materials. Cashbuild is BEE-compliant and every time a store is opened, relocated or refurbished, Cashbuild not only makes donations to local schools,

but also creates jobs for community members. The Art-at-Heart competition is a southern African Cashbuild initiative whereby donations are made to some of the region’s most needy schools.

Ilitha Public Primary School Gold Award - Sibabalwe Magala Silver Award - Nwabisa Makibeni Bronze Award - Lwando Mgazi Samuel Nongogo Primary Gold - Siyamthanda Maxawulana Silver Award - Tumelo Kimbili Bronze Award - Nphelele Tsoko Nxanelwimfundo Primary Gold Award - Gcobani Ngindo Silver - Lindokuhle Lungolo Bronze Award - Avile Ntsitho Phakama Primary School Gold Award - Sipho Nelani Silver Award - Masixole Dyasi Bronze Award - Yolisa Ntsaba B.J. Mnyanda Primary School Gold Award - Siphosethu Dlodlo Silver Award - Dumisani Mbola Bronze Award - Aphiwe Mlomo Ebongweni Primary School Gold Award - Awonke Madikane Silver Award - Ndzondelelo Payi Bronze Award - Lutho Nongqotha Sipho Hashe Combined School Gold - Singaphi Mandilakhe Silver Award - Zibula Onelisiwe Bronze - Themba Mbanyana Since the Art-at-Heart campaign was launched ten years ago, Cash-

Managers Choice award winner Bobi Xolani cutting the plank with Cashbuild Opera­ tions Manager Willie Dryer Photo: Supplied

Woolworths teaches learners healthy living NCEBA DLADLA A PROGRAMME run by Woolworths aimed at encouraging healthier lifestyles among young children, was recently introduced at local schools. The innovative Woolworths Primary Education Programme has broken ground with three entertaining educational lessons presented by

professional actors using movement, rhyme, story-telling, games and group participation to creatively convey key info about healthy choices and sustainable living. A total of 63 Grade 4 learners from Kaizer Ngxwana Primary School in Kwazakhele recently experienced first-hand this action-packed “Healthy-living is fun” Lesson which taught them the basics of a balanced

meal while keeping them moving their bodies for 30 minutes. “The importance of physical activity and making healthy eating choices was emphasised through the use of movement and rhyme,” said Account Manager, Elearnor Williams. “The idea of highly interactive and entertaining class lessons is to provide a new platform for teaching and learning about healthy, sustainable

living,” added Woolworths Educational Programmes Manager, Pieter Twine. Rising levels of child obesity and physically inactive lifestyle is a major problem in South Africa today. There is also a need to help teachers and schools to empower learners to take charge of their own well-being and to care for their environment in a fun-filled way, said Twine.

Other lessons available to schools are “The Big Stomp - Our Ecological Footprint’s lesson” in which children join in the “Big Stomp Rap” and play the “Earth Safety Game”. “The Great Food Mystery” lesson addresses the present day lack of understanding of where food comes from, and introduces a story-telling Truth Detective who needs the learners’ help.

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wenyanga ka-Epreli njengelinye lamalinge ombutho webhola iFifa okuzama ukushiya ilifa kweli lisenziwa yi-arhente yophuhliso lwezemidlalo iSporting Chance, ixhaswa yiKia Motors ibambisene neFoodzone, Dawn Wing kwakunye neSupersport Let’s play. Lo mdlalo webhola ekhatywayo odlalelwa ezitalatweni udlalwe kwizitalato zombindi weTheku, iKapa neBhayi. Ngama 4 500 amakhwenk-

The Shooting Stars are the 2011 victors of the Kia Street Soccer programme.

we namantombazana angaphantsi kwama-13 eminyaka ubudala athathe inxaxheba kule nkqubo. Ngokutsho kukaBrad Bing weSporting Chance, umsunguli nomququzeleli wale nkqubo, ukuba sempilweni ngokuzigcina usisiquququ zezinye nje iziphumo ezingundoqo ezifundiswa yile nkqubo, nethe kwibakala lokuqala, yenza izifundo zempilo ezindleleni ibandakanya lonke uluntu oluthatha inxaxheba,

Photo: Supplied

yaza emva koko kwaqaliswa ngale league. Ukwangezelela kwezo ntshukumo zicetyiweyo zokwabelana nokubonisana ngokubaluleka kokugcina umzimba usempilweni, ukujonga ukutya okutyayo, ucoceko nolwazi ngesifo sephepha, ezi seshoni zicinezela ngamandla kwindlela zokuziophatha kwezemidlalo, ukusonjululwa kwengxabano ngokunjalo nolwazi ngokusingqongileyo

ne-recycle. Le projekthi sele yenze amathuba okufumana iikontilaka zengqesho kuma 800 abaqeqeshi. “Ibhola ekhatywayo yasezitalatweni ayiniki nje abantwana amathuba okugqamisa ubuchule babo ebholeni nakwezemidlalo, koko yakha ukuzithemba ngeli lixa kufundwa banzi ngokubaluleka kokuhlala usempilweni engcono,” uphefumle watsho okaBing.

Motherwell side Tubs United Brothers were the runners­up in the Kia Street Soccer programmePhoto: Supplied


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Soccer fans are the coaches for Carling Black Label Cup TWO avid soccer fans, Bennie and Bra Nox, recently visited Port Elizabeth on their journey around South Africa to rally on-theground support for the recently launched Carling Black Label Cup.

how to participate. Bennie and Bra Nox began their mission in Cape Town, then made their way to Johannesburg passing through Pretoria before their recent visit to the Eastern Cape. “With the Derby being held in Soccer City we wanted to show our soccer supporting brothers and sisters in the Eastern Cape that their votes

are important,” said Bra Nox, a lifelong Pirates supporter. Consumers who are still unsure about the entry mechanics can visit www.bethecoach.co.za Also, Benni will be keeping fans updated with breaking news and information on his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/benni.bethecoach and on Twitter.

In June Carling Black Label launched the Carling Black Label Cup – a unique campaign that gives passionate and knowledgeable soccer fans around South Africa the opportunity to “Be the coach”. This campaign culminates in a clash between two soccer giants – Orlando Pirates and Kaizer Chiefs on July 30 at Soccer City. The campaign gives fans the opportunity to select which players they want in the starting line-up, and on Derby Day (July 30) the players with the most votes will take the field. In addition, two passionate fans have been on the road trip around South Africa to rally support for the campaign and Bennie ‘Be The Coach’ and a spectator at Mavela’s in Port Elizabeth during their Port Elizabeth visit show like-minded on their trip around the country to rally support for the recently launched Carling Black Label Cup. Photo: Supplied soccer aficionados

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SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay president Mzimkhulu Fina presents the ZAFA KO trophy to Dynamos skipper Phumlani Mnabisa and coach Shadrack Ndiyana. Photo: Selby Madikane

Dynamos beat Santos in finals SELBY MADIKANE FOLLOWING a long silverware drought Dynamos FC ultimately clinched the Zakhele Football Association (Zafa) Knock Out Trophy when they deservedly edged out Santos FC 2-0 in the finals played at the Woolfson Stadium on July 3. Dynamos, in fact, showed no respect to Zafa’s once-famous team right from the first whistle. Dynamos midfielder Phumlani “Bump-dance” Mnabisa scored the first goal at the half-way mark of the first stanza. Although Santos’ maestro Xolisa

“Shoes” Pohlwana was tightly marked, he did not give up the fight. Phakamisa Batyi too threw everything he had but it was not to be as Dynamos’ defence was tenacious. Early in the second stanza of the game Santos were awarded a penalty kick which goal-keeper Lwandiso Gubayo missed due to brilliant fielding by his counterpart Vuyani Mdayi. Dynamos lanky striker Dinilesizwe Mdabe put the nail into Santos’ coffin in the dying moments of the game when he scored a brilliant goal. Dynamos’ Zwelethu Gcakasi deserve a special mention for a brilliant performance throughout the game.


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Prins wins EPA 10km SELBY MADIKANE

Get ready for the Clover Milk Run DUST off those running shoes and get ready for the 13th annual Clover 10 km Milk Run and 5 km Road Race on July 30. One of the popular features of the race is that it caters not only for the professional runners, but the entire family, with a two-hour cut-off time for both events. Walkers are also welcome. To add even more excitement to the event for average runners, two runners will each win R2500 if they cross the finish line at average times that were chosen for the 10km and 5km events. The runners closest to these times will receive the money. The average times were drawn by James Rea, local branch manager for Clover, and handed over to the organisers Port Elizabeth Amateur Athletic Club (PEAAC) in sealed envelopes at the media launch of the run two weeks ago. One of the most important aspects of the 10 km race is that it is a Participation and Prestige League event, and remains the

TRAFFIC came to a standstill in Motherwell’s main streets during the Eastern Province Athletics (EPA) 10 km league race on July 2 which was won by Port Elizabeth’s Rodney Prins. Results of the senior men’s category are as follows: 1. Rodney Prins (Mr Price PE) 0:30:59 2. Mariano Eesou (Nebank RC) 0:31:02 3. Bulelani Niwa (PE AAC) 0:31:21. Senior ladies’ category 1. Liandre Knoesen (Nedbank RC) 0:40:34 2. Jene Banfield (RFLG) 0:43:05 3. Grizelda Pietersen (Archilles AAA) 0:43:30 Junior men’s category 1. Xolisa Malane (Mr Price Celtic) 0:32: 52 2. Simphiwe Ntombana (Nebank RC) 0:33:54 3. Masibulele Heugh (PE AAAC) 0:33: 01 Junior ladies’ category 1. Kenilwe Mothibe (Khotso AC) 0:48:03 2. Megan Wilson (Charlo RR) 0:50:38 3. Kimberley Wilson (Charlo RR) 0:53:28

Eastern Province 10 km Championship. Apart from being the first race in this region to offer a 2-hour cutoff time, and apart from holding Prestige League and Participation status, it is also the only 5 km distance in the Eastern Cape that is officially recognised by Eastern Province Athletics (EPA), having its own marshals, timekeepers and medals. A total of R32 000 prize money is up for grabs. The first 1 000 people to collect their numbers on Friday, July 29 will each receive a litre of Clover Milk, and every finisher will receive a litre of milk as well as an Aquartz water. The school with the most bulk entries will walk away with R1 500 cash. The first male and female to cross the winning line for the 10 km race will each receive R5 000, while the two winners in the 5 km distance will each receive R750 worth of Brian Bands vouchers.

Spar NMMU netballers crack national nod

Winner of EPA Asa 10 km Rodney Prins is flanked by Bulelani Niwa (no.3) and Stephen Mukoku. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

IN an unprecedented move, half of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University’s netball team have been named in the South African student squad. The six Spar-NMMU players were selected on the basis of their individual performances at the University Sport South Africa (USSA) tournament, which took place at North-West University’s Potchefstroom campus earlier this month. The team placed fourth overall. “It’s obviously a very big honour and a first for the university,” said NMMU sports manager, Theresa le Roux. According to her, they caught the eye of the selectors with strong performances throughout the week. Captain and wing defence, Janine Daniell; goal keeper, Nontle Gwavu; centre, Mampho Tsotetsi and goal shooter, Dumisane Chauke, all former members of the national squad, once again cracked the nod. They are joined by new inclusions Zanele Vimbela and Elzaan Lotter in goal defence and goal attack respectively. “We’re very pleased to see rising stars like Zanele and Elzaan being recognised for their talent and dedication,” said Le Roux. Members of the 30-strong national squad will vie for a place in the 12-person team to compete at the World University Netball Championships, which take place in Cape Town in July next year.

Lotto ASA 21,1Km winners are from left, Rene Kalmer and Steven Mokoku.

“It will give the girls great international exposure and the opportunity to see some of the world’s best student netball players in action, many of whom represented their countries at the elite World Cup in Singapore recently,” said Le Roux. “Unfortunately, Nontle and Mampho will not be eligible as they turn 27 before the world champs.” However, said Le Roux, they would still be in contention for a spot at the Federation of African University Sports (FASU) Games in Botswana next April. She attributed the club’s success to hard work under the guidance of former national player and head coach Lana Krige. “Lana and Maryka (Allaway) put in many long hours coaching the girls. They were certainly the fittest team we’ve ever taken to the tournament.” Five of the six players are also members of the Eastern Province team, the Ibhayi Gales, which competes in the national Netball Grand Series, while Gwavu represents her home province of Gauteng. They will all play a critical role when the Spar-NMMU team mounts its title defence in the EP A League at the Young Park courts in Port Elizabeth starting later this month. The team will be aiming to continue its dominance with a seventh consecutive series win.

Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Lotto ASA 21,1km results SELBY MADIKANE HUNDREDS of road-runners braved the chilly Bay weather conditions to take part in the Lotto Athletics South Africa (ASA) 21.1 km road race held in Motherwell on July 2. Athletics Gauteng North star runner Stephen Mukoka came home first in the senior men’s category

with the time of 1:02:07 followed by two Central Gauteng runners Xolisa Tyali (1:02:43) and Lucky Mohale (1:03:04) taking second and third place respectively. In the senior ladies’ category, Central Gauteng Athletic’s Rene Kalmer took the honours in the time of 1:12.59 followed closely by Western Province Athletics Club’s Zintle Xiniwe (1:13:15) in second. Gauteng North

Athletics Club’s Annerine van Schalkwyk was third in a time of 1:13:58. OTHER RESULTS

Junior men’s category:

1. Melikhaya Frans (EPA) 1:08:59 2. Edwin Sesipi (CGA) 1:09:31 3. Gcobani Mndi (WPA) 1:10:32

Junior Ladies’ category:

1. Keorapetse Thoale (AGN) 1:39:30 2. Jessica van Wyk (ACVW) 1:40:00

Rising star Zanele Vimbela is one of six Spar­NMMU players who have been selected for the South African student squad. Photo: FRANCOIS DU PLESSIS


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INDABA NEWS•NUUS WOENSDAG, 27 JULIE 2011

Fans brave cold for Mofa Super League games SELBY MADIKANE HUNDREDS of Motherwell football fans braved the cold weather to watch their teams taking on one another during the recent Motherwell Football Association (Mofa) Super League games played at NU9 standium in Motherwell on July 2. Movers United FC collected three valuable points in their bid to win Mofa Super League promotions following their 9-4 victory over Tomorrow Stars. Motherwell United FC, on the other hand, also made their intentions

clear when they hammered Motherwell United United Brothers (Mubs) FC. Young Swallows FC were held to a 3-3 draw in a game against SUBS while seven-men Real Aces FC outclassed Stone Breakers FC by a 4-2 margin.

Other Mofa Super League results are as follows: * FC Porto won on a walkover against Crystal Palace FC * Manchester United FC w/o - Lion City FC * Camper United FC 3-3 City Rangers FC * Shining Stars FC 1-2 Real City * Cosmos FC w/o - Young Romans.

Camper United FC player (in red) wins a ball from City Rangers skipper Mcebisi Dayile during the game played by the two teams recently. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE

Crystal Palace wins Playoffs

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SOUTH African Football Association Nelson Mandela Bay (SAFA NMB) hosted its annual regional promotional play-offs at Walmer Township last month. The play-offs were won by Crystal Palace. Fans wanted to see who would come out victorious to play in the SAFA NMB top-flight football next season as all its 10 Local Football Associations (LFAs) were proudly represented by their league winners. In the first semi-final Crystal Palace managed to beat a gutsy Peace Lovers 4-3 on penalties after a 2-2 draw in regulation time. In the sec-

ond semi-finals Red City played their hearts out to oust Airport Valley 1-0. In the finals, it was a one-sided affair as Crystal Palace thumped Red City 4-1. A visibly elated Crystal Palace manager Xolani Qwakanisa thanked his team for winning MOFA and SAFA NMB Promotional Play-offs trophies. “Despite not having funds to hire transport to play our away games, and not having proper playing fields and only one set of jerseys, the club has done well. I want to congratulate the team on a job well done,” said Qwakanisa. Any good samaritan who would like to assist the club can contact Qwakanisa at 073 914 1905.

Crystal Palace players and officials proudly display the trophies they have won. Photo: Selby Madikane

Mofa Junior League A MULTIITUDE of fans watched Motherwell Football Association (Mofa) League spectacular games at the NU 8 Soccerfields on June 26.

Under 15 League results Young Swallows w/o - 0 Camper United Young Romans 2-0 Motherwell United Real Aces w/o - 0 Royal Bucks Tomorrow Stars 1-1 Shining Stars NU 5 Young Stars 1-0 Highland Spurs SUBS 1-2 NU 7 Citizens Movers 0- 3 Scorpions Valencia 2-3 Showvillage – Selby Madikane

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Sollar Stars honours players NCEBA DLADLA SOLLAR STARS held a glittering function to honour its players for their outstanding performance during the Port Elizabeth East London Football Association (PEELFA) 2010/2011

season. The function, which was attended by Stars’ past and present officials and players, was held at Mzimhlophe Higher Primary School in Zwide on June 25. Players who received awards were Mzwandile Brown (Player’s Player of the Year), Simphiwe Nockpaal (Most Im-

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