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Residents unite to bury girl NCEBA DLADLA
OMMUNITY members last week united to help the distraught father of a young girl, who was presumably murdered, to give her a decent burial. The Mother’s Gift, a NPO from KwaNobuhle, joined forces with a local funeral undertaker and caring residents to bury Amahle Dastile (17) whose body was found five days after she went missing on December 22. She was returning from a trip in Cape Town and was not seen since. According to police spokesperson Lt Col. Priscilla Naidu, Asemahle’s decomposed body was found on December 27 in a church yard in Matshaka Street. Police established her identity at the end of January. Her father German Dastile (69), who is unemployed, could not afford to have her buried. Mother’s Gift volunteers Marinda Swaartbooi, Beaula Ndi-
ka, Siphokazi Mzimane and Nomvuselelo Zamxaka as well as community leader Nontuthuzelo Skweyiya learnt about the family’s struggle and decided to help them give her a decent burial. “But what struck us the most was the abject poverty in the RDP house. A lot needed to be done there,” said Mama Sheila Isaacs, founder and head of the Mother’s Gift. Mama Sheila’s husband Dr Frank Isaacs started the ball rolling with a R1 000 donation, the volunteers offered money, started buying the family food, painted the house and put in carpets. They cooked and served mourners with meals during the funeral. Mama Sheila thanked Intsik’eQhagqiwa Funeral Undertakers boss Zwai Nyiki who was touched by the plight of the family and offered a free service. “I want to thank these people who helped me whilst I was in the dark cloud. They lifted a heavy load from my shoulders,” said Dastile.
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Pursuing Arts chase their dream
Seven creative young people from the Eastern Cape were scouted recently and chosen to showcase their talent in the United States of America. To raise funds for their trip to Orlando, the artists have decided to come together and perform as a group which they named “Pursuing Arts”. The group members are Anele Ngcizela, Qaqamba Ngwenze, Marguerite Curtain, Raquel Andrea De Doncker, Gino Lee, Jason Jonkers and Owen Louis. Read more about them on page 6 of this week’s edition. Photo: SUPPLIED
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Residents unite to bury girl (contd.) Continued from front page . . . “Police have not yet made any breakthrough in the case and are appealing to members of the community for assistance,” said Lt Col. Naidu. Anyone with information can contact Detective Sergeant Juden Botha at SAPS KwaNobuhle at
0 083 395 9455. . Mother’s Gift in Mabandla Street have volunteers working in the community to identify and register needy residents so that the NPO can assist them. They make a difference in the lives of the young and old and offer clothing, school uniforms, meals and food parcels.
Mama Sheila Isaacs (in black and white dress) gives German Dastile a cheque while Nontuthuzelo Skweyiya (on his right) looks on with members of the Mother’s Gift, family members and some neighbours before the funeral. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA
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Ministers’ wives join hands to solve community problems NCEBA DLADLA THE Inter-Denominational African Ministers Wives Association of Southern Africa (IDAMWASA) is making a difference in local communities. These are the wives of Ministers belonging to different church denominations, explained IDAMWASA president Linda Jika. Mrs Jika is the wife of IDAMASA president Bishop Sandile Jika. “We started this association in order to work together as the wives of church ministers from different denominations and also to uplift one another spiritually as we continue with our different ministries,” said Mrs Jika. Every minister’s wife, according to Jika, brings to the association at least two members who serve in the church executive council to form part of the IDAMWASA Committee. This year’s Zwelonke Church service for all Churches Manyano will be held at the United Presbyterian Church in Magaba Street, Zwide Township on 7 March. “We wanted to bring unity to the church of God as well as to work together in outreach programmes dealing with the needs of the communities in which we live,” said Jika. They visit the sick in hospitals,
conduct prayers, give presents, food and joy especially to those who don’t have people to visit them. “We also visit prisons and assist in the programmes of rehabilitating offenders as well as visit places of safety and places for children with disabilities,” said Jika. She added, “We are inviting every minister’s wife from every
church denomination to join us. Even those who are not in church building structures are invited. Come, let us work together in bringing solutions to the problems faced by our communities.” The group meets every second Sunday of the month at the IDAMASA offices in Grattan Street, New Brighton, Port Elizabeth from 3pm.
IDAMWASA president Linda Jika (third from left) followed by her Deputy Lindiwe Fatuse and from left, Hazel Nkumanda (Secretary) and committee members, Beauty Mashiqa, Pamela Vakala, Lydia Benya, Mandisa Benya and Ellen Ngesi at their offices in New Brighton, PE. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA
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State of the Nation address broadcast live NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay residents will have an opportunity to view on a big screen the State of the Nation Address (SONA) which president Jacob Zuma will be delivering to the nation tomorrow (Thursday 14 February). The broadcast will take place at the Hoza Community Hall in New Brighton. There will also be robust post-address communication with various activations that include debate over the pressing issues in the
community, said GCIS Spokesperson Portia Mlisa. “We have invited an ANC regional executive official to summarise president Zuma’s address for the communities and what it means in addressing their immediate problems,” said Mlisa, adding that other political parties were also invited to share their thoughts. According to Mlisa, unemployment and crime were highlighted as serious problems facing the New Brighton community. Mlisa said members of the South African Police Service (SAPS), Crime Prevention Unit (CPU) and the Community Police Forum (CPF) will also be part of this programme aimed at
community participation to influence government’s programme of action. “There will also be other government department officials to respond to some of the questions relating specifically to their departments,” Mlisa told PE Express Indaba. There will be a door-to-door campaign in the ward from today (Wednesday) and residents are encouraged to take part in the SONA activities, said Mlisa. Tomorrow (Thursday) at 10am the GCIS officials will be at Shoprite Shopping Centre in New Brighton again encouraging people not only to know about the SONA, but also to take part in the deliberations.
Twenty years jail for robbery NCEBA DLADLA A PORT Elizabeth man Siphamandla (Mbem) Kameni (21) was sentenced to 20 years imprisonment by a Port Elizabeth Magistrate Court last Tuesday after he was found guilty on two
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Mandela Bay fans enjoyed Afcon NCEBA DLADLA NELSON Mandela Bay elite football lovers watched the 29th Orange Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) eight matches played at the Nelson Mandela Bay stadium with excitement and glee. PE Express Indaba spoke to a few of the fans about their experience of this African showpiece spectacular as Mali trounced Ghana 3-1 during the semi-finals losers competition for the third place on Saturday. Friends Vukile Maseti and Vusumzi Daniels both of KwaNobuhle watched all the matches and found the experience very good. “We also learnt something from our African brothers and sisters; fans do not boo and discourage their team even if it’s not doing well. Players need motivating and support,” said the duo who also wished they could travel to Gauteng to watch the final at Soccer City on Sunday. Zoliswa Mahlakahlaka of New Brighton, Nopinki Diko, Asanda Rasmeni and Babalwa Diko all of Walmer said they missed one match and were happy to have watched at least seven. “The vibe is less today perhaps because Bafana Bafana is out of the competition, otherwise the experience has been good,” said Zoliswa. Though Asanda is not a soccer fanatic, she confessed to have been hooked by Afcon and loved watching the games live. Said Nopinki: “Mzantsi fans
Soccer lovers Zamikhaya Kalmashe, Andrew Mhlauli and Mzwamadoda Tulwana of KwaNobuhle watched and enjoyed all matches.
Vukile Maseti (left) and Vusumzi Daniels from KwaNobuhle. Photos: NCEBA DLADLA were supportive and mixed well with our foreign brothers and sisters. I enjoyed it.” “We also had an opportunity to be at the VIP section in one of the games; so it was nice,” said Babalwa proudly. Motherwell friends Sindile Danster, Mphumzi Kampeni, Luvuyo Mpi and Bongolwetu Harmans who also saw the last match live were also ecstatic and so was KwaNobuhle friends Zamikhaya Kalmashe, Andrew Mhlauli and Mzwamadoda Tulwana.
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Pack a Picnic for Concert in the Park Pursuing Arts set on EASTERN Cape-born crooner, Zwai Bala, and glamorous songstress, Naz Holland, will feature as guest artists at this year’s Concert in the Park with the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra on Saturday, February 16, at 5pm and Sunday, February 17, at 10am.
Zwai Bala will be at this year’s Concert in the Park. Photo: SUPPLIED
chasing their dream ZELDRÉ SWANEPOEL
SEVEN creative young people from the Eastern Cape were scouted recently and chosen to showcase their talent in the United States of America. The group, called “Pursuing Arts” consists of Anele Ngcizela, Qaqamba Ngwenze, Marguerite Curtain, Raquel Andrea De Doncker, Gino Lee, Jason Jonkers and Owen Louis. They range from singers, models and actors to dancers. “We are all artists in our own right. In 2012 all seven of us were each individually scouted by the owner of Just-You model and talent management Elsubie De Lange, to audition in Johannesburg, Monte Casino at her arts showcase for Kim Napier Myers, who is an international scout from America. Some of us were also scouted by Juanita Smit from Role Models South Africa,” explained Gino Lee. At that showcase they were all scouted by Kim Napier Myers from over 200 other actors, models, singers and dancers to audition at her international
South Africa’s favourite conductor Richard Cock will be back in his home town to direct the 2013 Concert in the Park, which is held in association with Algoa FM. In 2012, Algoa FM and the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra hosted thousands of music lovers at the popular outdoor event, and it is expected to be even more popular this year. Guest artist Zwai Bala is one of the Eastern Cape’s most successful exports, having made his name as a singer, songwriter, producer, arranger, performing artist, DJ and TV personality. The vivacious and vocally gifted Naz Holland has produced five number 1 hits in South Africa. “This family-orientated event provides a high standard of musical talent in an amazing atmosphere under the Nelson Mandela Bay skies,” said Dave Tiltmann, Managing Director of Algoa FM. Tickets will be available at the Victoria Park gates and cost R80 for adults, R60 for pensioners and R30 for scholars (pre-schoolers are free).
showcase called The ARTS (Applause Rising Talent Showcase). The ARTS will give them the opportunity to audition in Orlando, Florida for over 100 international scouts and agents from media schools and companies such as Disney Hollywood Studios, VH1, Boom model agency, Tyler Perry Productions, Interscope Records, Sony BMG, New York Film Academy and others. “We are now ambassadors of the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan on an international level and we hope to make our home city very proud,” Gino Lee added. As there are costs involved in going to the showcase in Orlando, the artists have decided to come together and work as a unit and have thus formed the Arts group “Pursuing Arts”, to get sponsors and raise funds which will help them realize their dreams. . Watch the PE Express Facebook page for updates on Pursuing Arts and their fundraising efforts.
Book fair to boost published and unpublished authors NCEBA DLADLA A BOOK Fair will be held at the PE Opera House from March 14 to 16 to create a platform for local writers, book sellers, publishers and government to meet and discuss pertinent issues regarding publishing and distribution of books in the country. This annual literary event is organised with the support of the national Department of Arts and Culture, Ikhwelo Writing Initiative, a group of Nelson Mandela Bay metro writers as well as a registered metro NGO, Imbizo Arts. Celebrated authors and luminaries like Don Mattera, Ntsiki Mzwai Andile Mngxitama, and Mzi Mahola will also attend the event. “We want published local writers to come and distribute their books and those still with manuscripts to come and look for publishing opportunities,” said event coordinator Mxolisi Nyezwa. Nyezwa, who resides in New Brighton and who has already authored
three books and won an Award, has confirmed that Lovedale Press Publishing Company will be attending. “The main aim of the event is to motivate writers to continue writing. We’ll discuss topics like how to go about publishing your work, copyright and payments of royalties among others,” said Nyezwa. “We’d also like to invite students and learners from the metro to come and participate as some of the 70 poets and writers who will attend the fair will be giving motivational talks, writing workshops and information on careers in books and publishing,” said Mangaliso Buzani, another author from New Brighton. He added that the fair will kick-off with a children’s programme on March 14.
Award winning authors Mxolisi Nyezwa (left) and Mongameli Buzani are behind the Book Fair scheduled to take place at PE Opera House on 14-16 March. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA
Uitenhage artists called to a meeting in Town hall
Finalists chosen for Miss PE title The Top 12 finalists for the title of Miss Port Elizabeth were recently chosen at the Boardwalk Vodacom Amphitheatre. They are Nolukholo Mgebuza, Rebecca Van Der Merwe, Marilee Van Niekerk, Aimee Swart, Rianita Van Onselen, Nicole Dunn, Desné Simmons, Jolene Vorster, Busisiwe Mabuya, Lelethu Mengezeledi, Jordin Brooks and Caryn Schuster. Only a day after their selection, the finalists rolled up their sleeves for the pageant’s charity beneficiary, the Imfundo Project in Malabar Ext. 6, where they handed out sweetie packets to the children. The Imfundo Project is a campaign of RoleModels Foundation, a non-profit organisation which intervenes in destitute communities. These include the building of pre-schools, after-care school homework and life skills centres, as well as establishing food gardens.
The finalists for the title of Miss Port Elizabeth 2013 are, back from left, Nolukholo Mgebuza, Rebecca Van Der Merwe and Marilee Van Niekerk, middle from left, Aimee Swart and Rianita Van Onselen and, front from left, Nicole Dunn, Desné Simmons, Jolene Vorster, Busisiwe Mabuya, Lelethu Mengezeledi, Jordin Brooks and Caryn Schuster. Photo: SUPPLIED Miss Port Elizabeth will be crowned at a gala event on 27
April. Tickets cost R100 and are available from Computicket.
UITENHAGE Arts and Cultural Organisation (UACO) invites arts and cultural practitioners to a general meeting to be held at Uitenhage Town Hall on Saturday 16 February from 11 am. The UACO is an organisation set up by artists residing in Uitenhage to develop arts and cultural outreach projects with the aim of empowering local communities, said UACO chairman Martin Pram. Pram noted with appreciation that Uitenhage, one for the oldest towns in the country, has in the years been
a great contributor to the sports, music, arts technicians and the general workforce similar to other great cities of the world. “Art in our communities is celebrated, lived, revered and remembered; it is about our history and heritage,” said Pram. According to Pram, dancers, drama and theatre actors, film and video producers, graphic designing and visual and fine arts specialists were expected to attend the meeting. The plan is for UACO to work together with the Department of Education in the District to initiate school-based programmes for the benefit of the youth.
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Soccer club donates sports kit for Walmer school NCEBA DLADLA WALMER Primary School became the recipients of R20 000 worth of sporting regalia donated by Premier Soccer League (PSL) outfit Chippa United Football Club (FC) last week.
Chippa United FC stars from left Mkhanyiseli Siwahla, Zwelinjani Ndyebo and Phumelele Bengu took the photo with excited Walmer Primary School future sports stars from left, Banele Kamana, Sinesipho Joni and Sindile Cunukele. Photo: NCEBA DLADLA
NCEBA DLADLA PORT Elizabeth amateur boxing is on the rise, according to Ibhayi Amateur Boxing Organisation Chairman Caiphus Ntante. Ntante was speaking to PE Express Indaba during the Ibhayi amateur boxing tournament held at Swartkops Hotel last Saturday. Eight clubs, three from the traditionally white suburbs, two from Joe Slovo, two from Veeplaas and one from Zwide participated in the tournament organised by the newly elected zonal structure that Ntante chairs. Other office bearers are Mzukisi Oliphant (deputy chairperson), Bulelani Jibiliza (secretary), Sigqibo Ndoya (vice secretary), Mlungi-
si Oliphant (treasurer) and Zukiswa Mashelele (PRO). Ntante said they are attempting to revive the sport in the area and follow in the footsteps of areas like Motherwell and Uitenhage where there is so much amateur boxing activity almost every week. “Motherwell and Uitenhage zones have very solid amateur boxing structures that are very active - they organise fights almost every week,” said Ntante. He said the main aim is to harness and develop Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality boxing. A boxing tournament featuring all the zones will be held at Terminus near NU9 Spa this Saturday starting at 12 noon.
Maritzburg United vs Sundowns on Friday NCEBA DLADLA FOOTBALL lovers in Nelson Mandela Bay who have already been spoiled with eight of the Orange Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) matches have another elite football game to look forward to this Friday. Maritzburg United will be playing against Mamelodi Sundowns in a Professional Soccer League (PSL) match starting at 8pm at the Nelson Mandela Bay stadium. Currently standing at number five on the log United, otherwise known as The Team of Choice, had an opening come-back game
(since Afcon) in a derby against Amazulu at Moses Mabhida Stadium last night while the Brazilians (Sundowns) who are 10th on the log challenged the log leaders Kaizer Chiefs. Depending on what happened in those two games Ernst Middendorp’s boys will depend on the scoring abilities of Cuthbert Malajila (currently with eight goals) and the experience of Michael Morton and Ruben Cloete. The Brazilians, on the other hand, who have been injected with much inspiration and vooma since being joined by former Bafana Bafana coach, Pitso Mosimane, will pin their hopes on stars like Katlego Mphela, Teko Modise and Surprise Moriri. eksklusief aanlyn by
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The school from the disadvantaged community of Walmer/Gqebera received soccer, rugby, athletics and netball kits including balls, shin-pads and other relevant sporting equipment from the Cape Town-based club, thanks to the owner Chippa Mpengesi’s love for sports development at grassroots level. The management of the team, coach Wilfred Mugeyi, the technical team and the players visited the school to deliver the sporting regalia to the ecstatic boys and girls in the presence of staff, members of the School Governing Body, Ward Councillor Nomajama Benya, Department of Sport’s Nelson Mandela Bay Assistant Manager Mwelase Mboxela and former rugby springbok Makhaya Jack, among other dignitaries. “This is a matter of charity which begins at home for the club’s chairman (Mpengesi) who hails from the Eastern
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SELBY MADIKANE SMALL teams disappointed their supporters when they lost to the socalled big teams at their home grounds during the South African Football Association Nelson Mandela Bay (SAFA NMB) SAB Regional League weekend games. It was not an easy game for Lion City when they salvaged an all-important 1-1 draw from the Northern
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Areas boys Hotspurs at Motherwell NU 2 Stadium. The on-form Londt Park outfits Callies delivered a 7-1 victory against the struggling Motherwell NU 9 heroes Camper United at Motherwell NU 9 Stadium. Showville United Brothers secured a well-deserved 2-0 win when they were up against relegation fighting candidates Highland Spurs at Jabavu Stadium in Kwa-Nobuhle Township.
Peace Lovers succumb to newcomers Camper United’s first team.
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ZAKHELE Football Association (ZAFA) First Division weekend games produced fireworks that kept fans on their feet at Dynamos
ZAFA First Division League newcomers Makawula FC managed to devastate Peace Lovers 1-0 in their enterprising game. In the game that was described as
the game of the season, Island City shared the spoils with Real Strikers 1-1. Powerlads showed that they are the Premier League team to watch out for when they thwarted Moonlight City 3-1.
City Defenders too strong for Bold Tigers SELBY MADIKANE SCORES of enthusiastic football fans were treated to spectacular games in the New Brighton Football Association (NEBFA) Sedgars Sport League which were played at Chevrolet Stadium at Fordville in New Brighton. Fans were elated when City
Defenders proved beyond any doubt that they were too strong for the tame Bold Tigers which they thrashed 5-0. Despite their 2-0 defeat, Pondo Stars fought like wounded lions when they took on the formidable Eastern Jumpers. Fireworks were produced when Red City played to a goalless draw against Boast Pirates.
HUBS FC are set to bounce back to the NEBFA Sedgars Premier League. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE
AmaChina wins inaugural 4-teams tourney SELBY MADIKANE YOUNG Teenagers, affectionately called AmaChina by its supporters, became the first side to have won the Unity In Sport Tournament Trophy following their 1-0 victory over their rivals Black Arrows at Veeplaas Stadium on February 3. The tournament was organised by Milan FC, Young Idols FC, Young Teenagers FC and Black Arrows FC. Other teams which took part in the tournament were Real Aces FC, Young Aces FC, Real Lions FC and Mighty Birds FC. In the first semi-finals Black Arrows booked themselves a place in the finals with their 3-2 victory over Milan while AmaChina eliminated Black Chiefs 2-0 in the last semi-finals. The final game was thrilling with Black Arrows’ goal stopper being the busier of the two. In the dying moments Teenagers finally cracked Arrows’ defence when Luvuyo Snappy Mabukane’s header found the back of the net to make the final score 1-0
in favour of AmaChina. Teenagers were presented with the floating trophy, a full set of kit and R800 while Arrows received R400. In
the individual awards Teenagers striker Luthando Mamoti and Chiefs Theo Nkonki received a soccer jersey, a pair of socks and shorts each
Akhona Totwana presents Young Teenagers U-13 skipper Thobelani Msebi with kit. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE
Akhona Totwana presents Teenagers captain Andile Monelo with trophy and kit. Standing on the far left is Teenagers assistant– coach Siyabulela Somhlaba and Pumeza Sapula, one of the LOCs. Photo: SELBY MADIKANE
as the tournament’s top goalscorers. In the U-13 tournament finals Teenagers beat Young Aces 5-2 and they received 15 pairs of socks.
Tournament coordinator Akhona Totwana said the event would take place annually and she expressed gratitude to all the stakeholders.