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ITH over 2 314 illegal initiations and 40 deaths recorded by the health department last year in initiations across the province, the Circumcision Clinic at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University says their service is becoming the preferred way for Xhosa boys to journey into manhood. NMMU circumcision clinics nurse, Mziwoxolo Mbangi, said since the inception of the clinic in 2012, there has been a huge demand

difficult getting through to the Xhosa boys as tradition is still vital in their culture. “They feel that we are trying to oust their culture. But it is not about that; it is about fighting the HIV/ AIDS epidemic,” he added. In a closed briefing with his office last year, MEC for Health in the Eastern Cape, Sicelo Gqobana, said they had deployed task teams to deal with the scourge of deaths due to the practice. Gqobana said in June 2013, 12 169 legal initiations were carried out in that month while 2 314 illegal initiations occurred. There were 359 hospital admissions arising out of the initiations. A total of 24 cases led to amputations, 40 deaths occurred but only 19 arrests were made as a re-

for their service. Mbangi said they expected this year alone to receive over 50 students as patients, explaining that because of their limited facilities they could not offer their health care to as many as they would like. “We expect more than 50 students. We don’t want to do a lot of students at once because we want to give quality service to each student. We try to do one campaign each semester which makes it twice a year. In future we will try and do more than that because of the demand from the students,” he added. Despite the safer health care given to student initiates at the clinic, Mbangi said it had been

sult. “The statistics for illegal initiates, admissions and deaths were highest in the districts of OR Tambo and Alfred Nzo. The major causes of injuries and deaths identified include beating of initiates, dehydration, infections and mutilation during the initiation process,” he said. Mbangi advises those who wished to be initiated traditionally to get proper health education. “They can come to us for just general checkups, to see if they are in good health to go for circumcision, and we are willing to offer them an HIV test too,” he said. For more information on the dates of the NMMU circumcisions contact 041 504 4370.

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Vuku Primary teachers look after pupil’s welfare NCEBA DLADLA STRUGGLING New Brighton families whose children attend David Vuku Public Primary School celebrated a good gesture by the school’s Welfare Committee which gave their needy children school uniforms last Wednesday.

Vuku Primary School pupils show happy faces after receiving uniforms. With them are teachers Mthobeli Plaatjie (left), Wandile Ngqokoqwane and principal Nosisana Melwa (right).

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About 50 children from Grade R to Grade 7 received uniforms from teachers in the presence of some of very happy parents at the school. This was made possible by teachers and SEKI, a Non-profit-making-Organisation (NPO) working in the local community,’ “We are giving our needy children school uniforms today in order to help them look good like all the others,” said school principal Nosisana Melwa. She added, “As teachers we have a social responsibility to look after the welfare of our chil-

dren. So we did the ground work and collected the data on needy children in our school.” According to Melwa, David Vuku Public Primary School has a long list of orphaned and vulnerable children. Some of those children come to school on empty stomachs. She said the unemployment rate in the area is very high and as teachers they saw a dire need to do something as well as ask for sponsorship. “But today, it is from us and the NPO Seki,” said Melwa, adding that they wished that other organisations could join them by extending a helping hand to make a difference in the lives of needy children in their school - children whose families were struggling to make ends meet. Gogo Lulama Vumendlini (63) thanked the teachers for the assistance which benefited her grandchild while a Grade 2 pupil Mhlana Mfika (8) said, “I am happy and want to thank my teachers.”

Jarvis Gqamlana Public School needs security against vandals NCEBA DLADLA CONTINUOUS vandalism of Jarvis Gqamlana Public Primary School in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth has prompted the stakeholders of the school to call for help. “Our school has been a target of vandalism since January 2012. This is happening every week. It is worse during school holidays,” said acting school principal Lungisile Gqasana.

Gqasana said that during school holidays, the house of the caretaker of the school who is a School Governing Body (SGB) member who is not even paid to look after the school, was torched. The man, Mlingani Zamisa, believes the burning down of the house was a deliberate attempt by the evil-doers to silence him so that they could continue to break in and ransack the school. A case was opened with the police but nobody has been arrested to date.

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“Without the security the caretaker provided, the school has now become the target of vandals who steal everything from computers, television-sets, and dvd players to doors, windows and window-frames. This is a huge problem,” said Gqasana. Last year they lost computers, a Plasma TV and DVDs recently sponsored by Ellerines Furnishers. Head of Department (HOD) Noluthando Sokutu lost valuable items and some of their teaching materials in the school’s break-ins which has become a weekly occurence. “Our Computer Lab does not exist any more, while pupils themselves lose books, pencils and pens to this act of vandalism which makes the environment not conducive for teaching and learning,” said Sokutu. Gqasana said the School

Management Team and the SGB resolved last week to contact PE Express Indaba to ask Good Samaritans for help. “We need security or at least the provision of a night watchman in order to save the pupils, teachers and parents who bring their children here to get education,” said Gqasana. “With broken windows you can imagine how poor the attendance becomes during chilly winter-days. We are witnessing a drop in our numbers as a result of this. Parents are taking their children out of this school.”

In front of the vandalised caretaker’s house are Masabata Selekane (teacher), Babara Mkalali, (SGB), Lungisile Gqasana (acting principal), Noluthando Sokutu, (HOD), Mlingani Zamisa (SGB) and Xoliswa Xatasi (teacher) all from Jarvis Gqamlana Primary School in New Brighton.

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FAW doors soon to open creating jobs REPORTER OVER 100 local job opportunities are available for residents at the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) investor First Automotive Works (FAW) South Africa at its newly finished plant in Zone 2 of the IDZ. The Coega Development Corporation (CDC) said they had been intimately involved in the recruitment and selection process of employees at the FAW South Africa assembly plant through its specialised unit for recruitment and placements, Coega Human Capital Solutions (HCS). A total of 619 people were employed during the construction phase and FAW expects to employ mostly local people in the first operational phase. Coega and FAW have also been engaging the surrounding communities in the Motherwell area and around the city since last year to discuss opportunities on the FAW project. Coega boasts an average of 85% local employment rate on IDZ projects, a figure which has been consistent for a number of years now, says Dr Ayanda Vilakazi, CDC head of marketing and communication. HCS also runs several programmes to mitigate the gap between the skills demanded by investors and the skills supply in the region. “Investors want to employ skilled workers – and HCS has taken on the role of not only recruiting these potential employees, but en-

suring they have the requisite skills for the job at hand. “This is achieved through various skills development initiatives, including artisan training . We are basically offering total solutions to investors so that jobs are matched with skills,” head of the HCS recruitment unit, Duncan Grenfell,. “The training programme is one of Coega’s attempts to ensure that local skills development takes place, but there is a dual responsibility. Job seekers also need to ensure they meet the basic requirements for entering the training interventions, namely having school leaving qualifications with the right subject choices and coming with the right work ethic,” added Grenfell. Grenfell said official adverts for FAW job vacancies were posted on the Coega G2O recruitment system accessible at www.g2o.co.za, various print media and on social media since January 2014. They strongly recommend everybody to follow Coega on Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and the CDC website. The pool of candidates who responded to the initial adverts were shortlisted and called to attend briefing sessions and taken through a work readiness training programme to enhance their chances of employment Grenfell said. “At this point we are planning to take the applicants through a series of assessments after which the final shortlist of candidates will be forwarded for final interview with the client.”


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Police and tavern-owners address community fears “THE South African Police Service (SAPS) realises how fear reigns supreme among members of the community since criminals rule the streets by a barrel of a gun,” said Major General Zamuthango Mki. Mki was addressing tavern-owners in the Motherwell Cluster and members of the media during a meeting called by the SAPS at Nangoza Jebe Community Hall in New Brighton. The meeting, which was attended by over 100 people, was arranged following the fatal shooting of three men at Chippa’s Tavern in Nibe Street recently. Four people were seriously injured. The latest tavern shooting was the fourth in the space of two weeks in the area. Police have confiscated at least nine unlicensed firearms in the area. During the meeting tavern owners

said they were concerned about the fact that the meeting was also attended by people who were not tavern owners. They feared that they could be murderers who could be targetting them next. They called on the police for better visibility and demanded that the police go back to doing random searches for drugs and illegal firearms in taverns. Thozamile Fumbeza of the Bay Taverners Association said it would be better if a meeting between police and tavern-owners only would be held so that they can make contributions about what they thought were real problems in the community. “We agree with you. But this must be clear. We cannot allow our communities to be governed and controlled by thugs. Thugs can’t rule over government! They must know, we are sick and tired of see-

; Front row from left: Brig. Keith Meyer; Col Mzingisi Moshara; Maj. Gen. Zamuthango Mki; Lt Colonel Nyameko Ngum and Lt Col Lothana Mbangi. Back row from left: Brig. Jerome Nevelling; Mawethu Poni (CPF); W/O Mzoxolo Thobani; Col Luntu Ngubelanga; Col Irvin Mpambani; Lt Cols Smith, Wolmarans and Mejannie. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA

ing our people die in the manner that they do. These criminals are our relatives. We must tell them, enough is enough,” said Maj. General Mki. It was suggested that the next meeting be held between police and tavernowners at a place and time known only to them. – NCEBA DLADLA

Church leaders call for RDP of the Soul NCEBA DLADLA MEMBERS of the Interdenominational African Ministers Association of Southern Africa (IDAMASA) in the Eastern Cape Chapter have also voiced their concern about the rampant shooting and killing in township taverns which is causing so much fear among residents. The clerics think that there is a need for moral regeneration which must be preceded by the rebuilding of family units. “We are concerned. We cannot be silent while our people are killing one another like this,” said IDAMA-

SA President Bishop Sandile Jika. Bishop Jika questioned the wisdom of young people choosing to watch football games in taverns whereas there were homes in their neighbourhood with satellite dishes - where they could watch their games of choice comfortably. “Our children go to these taverns to drink. That is the truth which we must understand and be honest about,” said Jika. “The problem is that we didn’t work on morality in this country post 1994,” said Canon Mcebisi Xundu. He explained, “Before 1994 we taught our children to go to town and take whatever it was they

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Enkwenkwezini bids farewell to retired teachers NCEBA DLADLA ENKWENKWEZINI Public Primary School in Port Elizabeth recently bade farewell to seven teachers who retired after long service. A farewell party was held at Motherwell NU2 Community Hall to thank retired teachers, Zukiswa Magqaza, Nomalungelo Nomana, Nozuko van Rhyne, Nomhle Mhlauli, Vuyiswa Gomo, Nontombi Nikelo and Rosy Njezula for their service to the profession. The party was also in honour of teacher Nosipho Mbengashe who was changing schools. It was attended by the retirees’ families, principal Nompumelelo Yako and the school’s management team, teachers, the School Govern-

Standing from left were, guest­speaker Douglas Rwentela, followed by MC Thembela Maliti, Nomalungelo Nomana, Rev Bongani Xalabile, Rosy Njezula, Spakes Mbengashe and principal Nompumelelo Yako. Seated from left were, Vuyiswa Gomo, Zukiswa Magqaza, Nomhle Mhlauli, Nozuko van Rhyne and Noma­ lungelo Nomana. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA

ing Bodies, past and present, pupils, parents and principals from neighbouring schools. Principal Yako said her school was regarded as one of the best in the township because of the calibre of teachers she was parting with. “These teachers were hands-on in the school garden, sports as well as other extra-mural activities. They went beyond duty calls, as caring mothers, in assisting poor children from the school,” said Yako. Department of Education PE Circuit Manager Douglas Mlungisi Rwentela was the guest speaker and talked about the need for the teachers’ commitment to education and the liberation of the black child. “I am speaking with mixed feelings because like the general of an

army, I am parting with great teachers and colleagues who are leaving the profession with their heads held-up high,” said Rwentela of the teachers whose records of service was between 28 and 40 years. According to Rwentela, if the retirees were playing cricket, “We’d say they hit their sixes and fours, staying on course while some young teachers decided to apply to be boarded - and are now frustrated and want to come back to teaching.” He said owing to these teachers’ hard work, Enkwenkwezini produced pupils who could read and write. “It is a crisis and also a crime for schools to produce children who can’t read and write,” said Rwentela.

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Teaching needs to be higher priority NCEBA DLADLA A FREE and democratic South Africa was lambasted for making participation in politics a higher priority than getting a higher education. This was done by Department of Education PE Circuit Manager, Mlungisi Rwentela, who was speaking at a farewell function of seven retired teachers of Enkwenkwezini Public Primary School held at NU2 Motherwell Community Hall recently. “It is only in South Africa today that involvement in politics surpassed the need for one to aspire for higher education,” he said. “While teaching is the mother of all the professions, it was the most disrespected profession in the country right now. I don’t know why,” he said. “Other countries of the world respected teachers and paid them handsomely,” said Rwentela, adding that in South Africa, however, the converse was true, as the salaries of teachers were not very attractive. “Teachers are not well-paid civil servants. That’s why we see a brain-drain with many teachers quitting the profession in order to take up roles as councillors, for instance,” said Rwentela, a Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University LLB student who celebrated his 60th birthday last year. “Our priorities in this country are very skewed. You can’t pay politicians more than teachers.

Some of the children you (elderly) teachers taught earn much more than you do as councillors and mayors - some with way less education than you have. Our country needs to change,” said Rwentela. Rwentela, who is a married father and grandfather, is armed with a BA and Higher Diploma in Education (HDE) from Fort Hare Univeristy, BA (Hon) in English from Rhodes University, and a Labour Law Diploma from the Graduate Institute of Technology. He encouraged teachers not to give up.

Educationist Douglas Rwentela talks about the value of teachers.

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Parents are urged to support children’s reading roll-out a Children’s Charter on Literacy Rights. Few parents made it to the event and after two hours of waiting for more and assisting the children to read, Nal’ibali’s Malusi Pu< Malusi Puwe of Nal'ibali with we took the time off to explain the reason KwaNobuhle children from left, Ababalwe why it was important for parents to be inToyi and Mihlali Beyi (both 9 years old) volved in their children’s reading exercises. from Magqabi and Phindubuye Primary “We believe parents’ involvement inSchools respectively. PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA creases their children’s love for reading. Their motivation also assists their children’s love for education,” said Puwe. According to Puwe, the aim of the KwaNobuhle visit was to share the Charter with Where buyers meet sellers the parents and community members. The Charter is a guide for adults (Come for your reading) . and caregivers on the difHave you been disappointed, stressed ferent kinds of literacy KING MTEWA and looking for help? experiences all children Herbalist Have you been given promises need to become fully lit-Cima onke amatyala akho that weren’t delivered? erate citizens. kwi account yakho Here comes a chance for you to smile! NATIONAL reading for enjoyment campaign Nal’ibali visited the LoveLife Centre in KwaNobuhle, Uitenhage last Saturday to

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“We have been running Nal’ibali reading clubs in Uitenhage since July last year and have seen an increasing interest from adults in both clubs and in their children’s literacy development,” said Puwe, who was a little disappointed in the turnout of parents. Through the Charter on Literacy Rights they were now able to offer parents, grandparents and care-givers of the children who attend Na’ibali, practical guidelines that would further support them. The Charter, facilitated by the Project for Alternative Education Studies in South Africa (PRAESA), with 20 years of experience in community reading clubs and early literacy development, is freely available in all 11 official languages as a poster or a download, said Puwe. Puwe challenged parents to monitor and guide children’s television watching. He said time spent reading will bring more rewards than time watching the gogglebox. Communities who want to start reading clubs can contact Puwe at 082 791 6977.

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Help find these people ) The ACVV PE South is looking for Bulelwa Gongqa. She is the mother of Liyema and Siyema Gongqa. She is allegedly living in Walmer Township, but her address is not known. Any person with information regarding the mother can contact social worker, K Fourie at 0 041 585 4176. Any information will be treated confidentially. ) The Department of Social Development and Special Pro-

grammes is looking for the biological father of Ntombifikile Jantjie, born on 4 September 1996. Her biological mother, Tandeka Jantjie, passed away on 17 February 2001. The biological father is known as Sikhumbizo Khupiso. Any person with information regarding his whereabouts can contact the social worker, A H Jansen at 0041 406 5883 / 5905 during office hours. Any information will be treated with confidentiality.

Candle light vigil and prayer for African peace THE Community of African Nationals In South Africa (CANISA) held a candle light vigil and prayer meeting in front of the City Hall in Port Elizabeth last Friday. CANISA was formed in November 2013 by African Nationals finding refuge in South Africa. They meet once a week in the Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism Building in Walmer Boulevard to pray for this continent of Africa. “We are here to pray for peace and unity in Africa. We need unity to fight against child abuse, women abuse, human trafficking, hatred, intolerance and the wars that are ravaging our beautiful land,” said CANISA Vice President Maria Nyagwachi, a Kenyan National. According to Nyagwachi, the prayer meeting, who was also at-

tended by South Africans including NMMU students, was also for the freeing of little girls held captive by the Boko Haram of Nigeria. CANISA believed that there was an evil spirit trying to destroy Africa and they thought that it could be overcome by the power and efficacy of prayer. Their hope, she said, was that God would perform a miracle to save the Africans from evil, the bondage of slavery and oppression. “We pray for Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa’s development,” said Nyagwachi, adding that there were already 23 High Commissioners that were in support of CANISA. She was hoping that all 55 African countries would be members in the not-too-distant future.

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Sport

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Township Schools Rugby Development Programme in full swing SELBY MADIKANE ONE of National Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula’s initiatives towards development of grassroots sports called Township Schools Rugby Development Programme is in full swing at Motherwell Primary Schools Zone. In the U/13 Boys section the going got tough and the players were very enthusiastic. As such the games turned to be humdingers, thus keeping the fans on their feet. The results were the true reflection of the standard of the games which took place at

Enkwenkwezini and Siyaphambili Primary Schools grounds last Thursday. Dumani Primary School handed Fumisukoma Primary School a 5-0 defeat. Enkwenkwezini Primary School did not disappoint the home supporters when they beat Mdengentonga Primary School 5-0. Despite playing a good game of rugby, Nxanelwimfundo Primary School went down 5-0 to Imbasa Primary School. Vezubuhle Primary School played to a goalless draw with Elundini Primary School. Imbasa Primary School went home with a 5-0 win over Coega Primary School.

Dumani Primary School player (black) attempts to stop Fumisukoma Primary player (red).

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Major Chiefs are ZWIFA Premier League champions SELBY MADIKANE WITH just one game left, Major Chiefs claimed the ZWIFA Premier League title at Gal City Grounds on June 1, 2014. Popularly known as Major, Chiefs ended the hopes of Little Birds of winning the premier league trophy when they hammered them 3-1. Other title contenders Shining Stars went on a 6-3 killing spree against Young Brothers

known as Kubo. Morning Stars whacked Young Stars 5-1 while Real Crusaders humiliated Kubo 5-1. Real Dodgers gave their neighbours Young Stars a 6-1 hiding. ZWIFA Super League results: *Everton Aces 1-4 Umanyano Stars *Hungry Lions 2-0 Zwide Celtics B *Shining Stars B 1-1 Jumbo Chiefs *Shining Stars B 0-2 Camper United *Everton Aces 2-0 Jumbo Chiefs

Young Stars defender Luthando Mpongoshe is chased by Real Dodgers striker Thobelani Mpongoshe. PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE

ABC Motsepe Second Division results SELBY MADIKANE HIGHBURY is the only Nelson Mandela Bay team to have collected maximum three points in their bid to win SAFA Eastern Cape ABC Motsepe Second Division title in their away game against Cacadu United in Alexandria last Saturday. Highbury walked tall in their 1-0 win over United. Morning Stars failed to beat Red Stars with which they shared the spoils 2-2 at Zwide Stadium last Friday. Real City were pipped 3-0 by Kokstad Liverpool in Kokstad. Tornado drew 3-3 with Matta Milan at Sisa Dukashe Stadium in Mdantsane. Champion defeated Tembu Royals 2-1 in Lusikisiki with JB Milan slipping 2-1 to Angavu Stars in Jeffreys Bay. Cloud 9 devastated OR Tambo Cosmos 2-0.

Real City midfielder Chippa Tsewana looks to play a key role in their next home game. PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE

PEFA SOCCER REPORT: FRANCOIS J. ROTHNER

Closely contested Premier League games THE past weekend saw some closely contested Premier League games. Last Friday night at The Valley unbeaten Hearts defeated Warriors 2-1. Jason van Wyk scored from 25 metres out after heavy pressure on the Warriors defence. Hearts then went 2 nil up when Robert Yuill scored his 7th field goal of the season. Jason van Wyk assisted Yuill from deep in Hearts’ own half. Late in the second half Shane de Boer pulled one goal back for Warriors from the penalty mark. Hearts’ defence held strongly in the second half. Vodacom NMMU Madibaz at the NMMU South Campus last Friday night beat NMB Municipality 3-nil. In the second half Claudius Sagandira and Zukisani Mtendeni confirmed Madibaz’s win with a goal each. On Saturday Highbury overcame PE Defence 2-nil in Bridgemead. At Victoria Park Motherwell Academy completed a deserved 3-2 win over PE Homerovers. Aphiwe Mngolombane and Paul Bravo scored for Homerovers. At the Oval Forresters fought hard to overcome home team Central Acemates in a 1-nil win. It was a very even game with Ayanda Mthethwa scoring for Forresters deep in the second half. Last Sunday improving Callies beat KwaDwesi All Stars 5-3 at Londt Park. KwaDwesi’s goals came from Khanyiso Bacela, Siyakeliswa Funde and Achuma Klaas. For Callies Sheniel Benn helped himself to a hat trick, and Razaan Safedien and Luvuyo Bika a goal each. Last Sunday in the Women’s league Highbury cruised to a 7-0 victory over St. Georges and Hearts overwhelmed PE City 10-0.

Youth Report The u9 Division gathered at the grounds of Union Olympic Sports Club where 4 games were played. St George’s Aces beat the Priory Rangers by 2 goals to nil, with Matts Mock finding the net yet again for the Aces. The all girls team Callies Saltires went down by 2 goals to nil to the St George’s Braves, with Daniel van den Berg scoring both goals for St Georges, ably assisted by young St George’s striker David Reid. The Callies Thistles beat Priory United 2-0. In a crunch game in the u 11 Division, Callies A came head to head with PE City, winning a close contest 1-0 with a first half penalty by Jaden Prinsloo, retaining their position as log leaders. The St George’s Aces went down by 3 goals to 1 against Mabayibone FC from Walmer, pushing Mabayibone into second place on the log while Priory comfortably beat Callies B 8-0. In the u 15 Division the St George’s Colts lost narrowly to Golden Stars 5-4 in an action packed display of Junior football. Motherwell Academy and Hearts Eagles both won their games as expected against KwaDwesi and Callies B respectively by 5 goals to nil. Callies A beat Highbury 4-1 with goals by Reece Collins, Taufeequ Loonat and Calvin Staisch. In the u 17 Division , St George’s beat NMMU comfortably by 6 goals to nil with St Georges centre-back Liam Broek finding the net yet again with another brilliant header. Motherwell Academy beat Callies convincingly in a 4-1 win at Victoria Park Sports Club, retaining their position at the top of the log, while United Brothers beat Highbury 4-2 at Bridgemead.

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8 Movers trio help to win Premier League title Sport

June 4, 2014 Indaba

SELBY MADIKANE IKAMVA Movers clinched the MOFA Build It Premier League title with their goalscoring trio scoring crucial goals in their 3-1 victory over Shining Stars at Motherwell NU 9 Stadium on 31 May 2014. Shining Stars defenders were caught napping in the third minute of the game when Movers striker Sithembele Yako scored their first goal. Stars came back strongly in so far as that their defender Sinethemba Zinara Peter headed home an equalising goal to silence Movers supporters in the 15 th minute. It was evident that both sides wanted to score goals but the first stanza ended in a 1-1 draw. The tempo of the game in the second stanza was higher than in the first stanza. Mbuyekezo Somtsewu, the man of the match, delivered a perfect pass to Mbongeni Cadre Yako who scored Movers’ second goal in the 59 th minute. Shortly after Movers’ second goal Stars prospect Siyanda Gattuso

Mani went for an early shower after he was adjudged by the match official to have tackled Mbongeni dangerously from behind. Stars were badly affected as Mani was their pillar at the right side. With five minutes to go Mbongeni delivered a nifty pass to Ayanda Manengele whose goal rubbed salt into Stars’ wounds. Tottenham Spurs ended their relegation worries when they beat Lion Stars 3-1 from a goal down. Spurs goals came from Mawande Mputuma (a penalty) and a brace from super substitute Laurence Arie Msetshi Befile, while Stars’ consolation goal was scored by Asanda Troublemaker Bongani from a penalty spot. Other MOFA Build It Premier League results:

Ikamva Movers dangerman Mbon­ geni Cadre Yako shields the ball from Shining Stars defender Sivuyile Masinga Tosi.

*SUBS 3-4 Manchester United *Highland Spurs 2-5 Young Romans *Valence 0-2 Crystal Palace *Young Tigers 0-1 Young Madrid *Liverpool 1-1 Young Tigers *Shining Stars0-4 Real Aces *SUBS 2-0 Milan Stars *Real Strikers0-1 Tottenham Spurs

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PEEFA VW Tiguan KO results SELBY MADIKANE SOME teams kissed goodbye to the PEEFA VW Tiguan Knockout tournament but others left their supporters smiling during the games played at KwaDwesi Community Grounds on May 31 and June 1, 2014.

Dynamos set their sights on winning silverware in the finals. PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE

ZAFA KO score update SELBY MADIKANE ZAFA Njeya Investments Knockout tournament reached its climax when cup favourites were ousted in the competition over the past weekend. In the quarterfinals XI Angels 1-0 win over Leeds United just knocked the socks off their supporters. It was a one-sided affair when Dynamos whipped the ZAFA Njeya Investments First Division side Black Eagles 4-1. Continental

Express defeated Ghetto XI 2-1. Seven United worked overtime to overcome ZAFA Njeya Investments First Division outfit XI Masters 1-0 in their thrilling game. In the semifinals fireworks were produced when Dynamos beat XI Angels 4-3 on penalties after a goalless draw. Having dug deep to beat XI Masters, Seven United earned a well deserved 3-1 triumph over Continental Express in their semifinals. United takes on Dynamos in the ZAFA Njeya Investments Knockout finals at Dynamos Grounds on Saturday.

In the quarterfinals Peace Lovers drubbed Soweto Stars 7-1 while Young Aces had to dig deep to beat the First Division side All Stars 2-1. Black Arrows were eliminated 4-3 by Young Idols after they drew 1-1 in the full time. Young Teenagers earned a 3-2 hard fought win from Black Chiefs. In the semifinals Young Aces fought like soldiers when they beat the most improved Young Idols 1-0 while Young Teenagers eliminated Peace Lovers 2-1 in their nail-biting clash. Aces will lock horns with AmaChina (Teenagers) in the PEEFA VW Tiguan KO Finals at KwaDwesi on Saturday – June 7, 2014.

Peace Lovers captain Simphiwe Dyasi played a pivotal role for his team against Young Teenagers. PHOTO:SELBY MADIKANE

Madibaz trounced NMB Municipality in PEFA Premier League SELBY MADIKANE

May 30, 2014.

VODACOM Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) Madibaz appeared to be a difficult side when they played against Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) Municipality side on

However, the Students thumped NMB Municipality 3-0 at South Campus in Summerstrand. In a thrilling game Callies secured a 5-3 victory when they hosted KwaDwesi All

Stars at Londt Park. Hearts emerged victorious over Warriors in their game which ended in 2-1 at Lawson Brown High School Grounds. Highbury were flying high when they disarmed PE Defence in the 2-0 win at Bridge-

mead. Motherwell Academy snatched a 3-2 victory from PE Homerovers at Victoria Park High School Grounds. In the battle of the top guns Central Acemates succumbed 1-0 to Forresters in the game which was played at Westbourne Stadium.

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