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HILE the Eastern Cape is getting ready for the arrival of the remains of former president Nelson Mandela in Qunu on Saturday and a state funeral as never seen before in this country on Sunday, thousands of local mourners will get the opportunity to bid the SA icon farewell at a memorial service in the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium on Friday from 9am. According to municipal spokesperson Mthubanzi Mniki, the Eastern Cape Premier Noxolo Kiviet and members of the legislature will be attending the memorial service. African National Congress Secretary General Gwede Mantashe will be delivering the keynote address. Mniki said the clergy representing IDAMASA and the Council of Churches will be handling the event expected to be attended by the Executive mayor Cllr Benson Fihla, Councillors, leaders from different political parties in the province and traditional leaders. MEC for Social Development and Special Programmes Pemmy Majodina, who is in charge of the event, has urged members of different denominations to wear their church uniforms
during the memorial service. Zahara, who postponed her Phendula Tour which was scheduled to take place at the Boardwalk last Sunday, will get an opportunity to sing the song she performs with the people’s poet, Mzwakhe Mbuli - dedicated to Madiba on Friday. Award-winning EC Gospel sensation Lusanda Mcinga will also take to the stage in honour of Madiba, as well as other local gospel groups. Eastern Cape Premier Noxolo Kiviet said in a statement over the weekend the performance and conduct of government, as well as the conduct of people of the Eastern Cape during this period will have a significant bearing on public opinion in the country and beyond, and all activities are therefore material to our province’s reputation. “We must honour Madiba with dignity and pride. The official mourning period and the State Funeral is an opportunity for all South Africans and the international community to mourn the loss we all feel – and to celebrate Madiba’s extraordinary life and contribution to all of humanity,” said Kiviet. “Let’s work together to make this period one in which we maintain the dignity and proud reputation of our country. “A great number of international visitors will make their way to our province to be part of me-
morial events and the State Funeral,” she said. Kiviet said that the province’s infrastructure, namely the roads, airports, public transport, stadia, and electricity,is ready. Umtata Airport will be exclusively utilised for landing of Heads of State only, while the two airports in PE and EL will be open to the VIPs and public and VVIPs attending the funeral will be driven by luxury coaches to Qunu to avoid a stampede on the N2. “Eskom has assured us that their electricity network in the area has been maintained since September and contingency plans/backup are in place in case of lapse. “Our economic network in the form of banks, telecommunications, retail shops, and media are ready to absorb the increased volumes this time. “Our hospitality sector is ready in terms of providing accommodation and tourism attraction led by Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency – a number of tourism information centre kiosks have been mounted around the province to make it easier for tourists and mourners to navigate our beautiful province,” she said. “Our Safety and Security cluster, including SAPS police and Traffic Officers, is ready. This Team will be backed up by a team of 3000 marshals,” she said. Since other public mourning activities and
the State funeral would not be accessible to everyone, the government have identified public viewing mourning areas (PVMAs) where the public can view footage of events. Mniki said residents who are unable to go to the memorial service on Friday or the funeral in Qunu on Sunday should not despair as there will be 13 Public Viewing Places available to assist during the events. “We want people to be part of the activities but are also against any stampede. Let our former president be given a farewell that he deserves without any loss of life and problems associated with his departing,” said Mniki. Public Viewing Places: • PE City area and CBD – City hall • Greenbushes Area – Kuyga Community Hall • Seaview Area – Seaview Community Hall • Colchester Area – Colchester Community Hall • Ibhayi Area – Daku and Nangoza Jebe Community Halls * Wells Estate Community Hall • Northern Areas – Booysens Park Hall and George Botha Sports Centre • Uitenhage Area – Town Hall, Allanridge and Babs Madlakane Community Halls • Despatch Area – Despatch Community Hall
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‘We must honour Madiba with dignity and pride’ - EC premier REPORTER Eastern Cape Premier Noxolo Kiviet said in a statement over the weekend the performance and conduct of government as well as the conduct of people of the Eastern Cape during this period will have a significant bearing on public opinion in the country and beyond, and all activities are therefore material to our province reputation. “We must honour Madiba with dignity and pride. The official mourning period and the State Funeral is an opportunity for all South Africans and the international community to mourn the loss we all feel – and to celebrate
Madiba’s extraordinary life and contribution to all of humanity,” said Kiviet. “Let’s Work Together to make this period one in which we maintain the dignity and proud reputation of our country. “A great number of international visitors will make their way to our province to be part of memorial events and the State Funeral,” she said. Kiviet called on all people of the Eastern Cape to work with authorities to ensure that the dignity and security of key public events is maintained throughout this period. “As the province we have aligned our memorial events along the national programme and indeed as the Eastern Cape we are ready,”. Kiviet said that the province’s infrastructure
PORT Elizabeth police are looking for information on the whereabouts of Vuyo Mcontsi of Dungani Street, NU5, Motherwell who went missing from Friday October 11.
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“Our hospitality sector is ready in terms of providing accommodation and tourism attraction led by Eastern Cape Parks and Tourism Agency – a number of tourism information centre kiosk have been mounted around the province to make it easier for tourists and mourners to navigate our beautiful province,” she said. “Our Safety and Security cluster is ready including SAPS police and Traffic Officers. This Team will be backed up by a team of 3000 marshals,” she said. Since other public morning activities and the State funeral would not be accessible to everyone, the government have identified public viewing mourning areas (PVMA’s) where public can view footage from events.
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is ready namely the roads, airports, public transport, stadia, electricity. Umtata Airport shall be exclusively utilised for landing of Heads of State only, while the two airports in PE and EL shall be open to the VIPs and public and VVIPs attending the funeral will be driven by luxury coaches to Qunu to avoid stampede in the N2. “Eskom has assured us that their Electricity network in the area has been maintained since September and contingency plans/backup are in place in case of lapse. “Our economic network in the form of Banks, telecommunications, retail shops, media are ready to absorb the increased volumes this time.
According to police spokesperson Warrant Officer Dumile Gwavu, Mcontsi was believed to have attended a funeral service in Street NU5 when he went missing. “He called his mother at about 8pm on the said date telling her that he was back from Cradock and was attending a funeral service at KwaManube Street in NU6 Motherwell,” said W/O Gwavu. At the time of his call, Mcontsi said he was first going to a house in Gxakra, NU5, also in Motherwell where there was another funeral. “Indeed both houses had funerals but he did not attend the funerals,” said Gwavu, adding that when he left the house at Gxakra Street he told the mourners he was going home but apparently changed direction and did not arrive home.
Mcontsi did not call again to say where he was. “His phone’s on voicemail,” said Gwavu, adding that police contacted his relatives in Cradock and were told that he was not there either. Anyone with information can contact Constable Thobani Maswana of Motherwell Detectives at: 0 041 4620730. * New Brighton police detectives are looking for information on the whereabouts of Lindumiso Mijako whom they believe could assist in a murder case they are busy investigating. According to W/O Dumile Gwavu, a man was stabbed in his upper-body at Ramaphosa Village in New Brighton on October 4. He died on the scene. The suspect was arrested, according to Gwavu, but members of the SAPS are still looking for vital information that could assist them in the finalisation of the case. “We need crucial information that we believe a witness (Lindumiso) Mijako could provide for the case to proceed,” said W/O Gwavu, adding that anyone with information about his whereabouts should not hesitate to contact W/O Walter Wait at 0 084 2678 315.
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Men should set example against gender-based violence NCEBA DLADLA
It was attended by multi-party gender-activists, Men for Change and other NGOs, the Department of Justice’s ConstiTHE 16 Days of Activism of No tutional Development, the NPA Violence against Women and as well as members from the ReChildren was closed in style ligious Sector among others. with the launch of the ProvinIn the fight against gendercial Council against Genderbased violence, which has bebased Violence at the Nangoza come endemic in South Africa, Jebe Hall in New Brighton last the executive mayor Oom Ben Thursday December 5. Fihla called men to lead by example and to make their homes It was a day for the province a safe place for women and chilto gather in Nelson Mandela dren. Bay to denounce once again any MPL and Multi-Party Womact of abuse against women and en’s Caucus Chairperson children. Ntombesine Ndabeni said the Nelson Mandela Bay Execu- NMB Executive Mayor event was every important in tive Mayor Cllr Benson Fihla Oom Ben Fihla. not only highlighting the and some of the metro’s council- PHOTO:NCEBA DLADLA scourge but also calling men inlors were present during the event organised by the Department of Social to action against gender-based violence - a Development and Special Programmes under Human Rights Violation to say - Kwanele! (Enough is enough). MEC Pemmy Majodina.
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“Not in my name, we say against abuse of women and children. And, against young boys dying in the bush in pursuit of the tradition of Ukwaluka (circumcision), not in my name,” said Ntshingwa, adding that Men for Change hold talks at Umhlobo Wenene FM every week. “As men we must make our homes places of peace, safety and security,” said Ntshingwa.
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Blitsbokke supports the Wilderness Foundation NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay rugby fans welcomed the Springbok Sevens team and SARU representatives when they announced their new CSI beneficiaries, the Wilderness Foundation, and gave them a R50 000 donation at the Havana Lounge, McArthur Centre, Beach Road, Humewood last Thursday December 5.
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According to Nduvane, “We cannot be dancing to thumping music while South Africa and the rest of the world is mourning.” Nelson Mandela Bay’s performance by Zahara as part of her Phendula Tour, which was scheduled to take place at the Boardwalk Casino and Entertainment World Lawns on Sunday, was also postponed. “Owing to the untimely passing of South African and World statesman Nelson Mandela, the Zahara Phendula Tour has been postponed until further notice,” said Boardwalk General Manager Brett Hoppe. Hoppe said Zahara was joining hands with South Africa and the rest of the world in paying heartfelt respect to Madiba and his family. Ticket holders can get full refunds from Computicket.
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Shining Stars honoured its players SELBY MADIKANE DISTINGUISHED guests, parents, players and officials of Shining Stars attended their yearend function at NU 30 Assemblies of God Church Hall recently to honour their outstanding officials, players and their loyal supporters. SAFA Nelson Mandela Bay Deputy President Monde Mhletywa praised Stars’ officials for motivating their membership. MOFA President Simphiwe MK Mkangelwa also stated Stars players should not bring their reputation into disrepute because it was clear their officials were taking pride in their club. However, Shining Stars unanimously awarded
a trophy to their president Mzimkhulu Fina for his dedication and valuable contribution to their entire club. The awards were as follows:
*Shining Stars Cultural Group *U/9: Most Improved player- Athenkosi Plaatjie, Most disciplined player- Tshepo Makasi, Players’ playerBonginkosi Dantie and Player of the Season-Luvo Ndywebeni U/11: Most improved player- Liyema Dyonashe, Most disciplined player- Athenkosi Plaatjie, Players’ player- Liyema Ncandana and Player of the Season-Amahle Nqina U/13: Most improved player- Lithemba Slimela, Most disciplined player- Luzuko Tose, Players’ player- Siphosethu Febana and Player of the Season- Ayabonga Basie U/15: Most improved player- Jabu Qoli; Most disciplined player- Hlanganani Nogwaba, Players’ player & Ambassa-
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Selby Madikane (left) from PE Express Indaba receives trophy from Shining Stars President Mzimkhulu Fina for covering sports news. PHOTO:ZUKILE JACK
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Real City secured away victory SELBY MADIKANE REAL City secured a 4-1 away victory for OR Tambo District Cosmos during their SAFA Eastern Cape Second Division League recently. Following their home draw with Champions FC, City were untouchable when they walloped OR Tambo at their own backyard. Lifa Teyise, Vusumzi Teyise, Siphelele Jonas and Akhulile Dlilanga came up with a goal each. Morning
Stars drew 2-2 with Tornado with their striker Thandisizwe scoring two goals at Zwide Stadium. Other SAFA EC Second Division results: *Angavu 0-2 Tembu Royals *JB Milan 4-2 Cloud Nine *Mthatha Bucks 1-0 Matta Milan *Morning Stars 2-4 Cacadu FC *Tornado 2-0 Real City *FC Buffalo 1-1 Kokstad Liverpool *Highbury 6-0 OR Tambo District Cosmos *Champions 1-0 Red Stars
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