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Learners in Port Elizabeth will today embark on the first day of their school career. In front are Luan Kleyngeld (6) from Verkenner Primary School and Nina van der Walt (7) from Sunridge Primary School. At the back are Logan de Reuck (6) from Grey Junior School, and Leanie Bouwer (6) from Sunridge Primary School. PHOTO: WERNER HILLS

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Coega kicks off new year with big plans for EC REPORTER THE Coega Development Corporation (CDC) opened its doors on January 3 with revived vigour and optimism. “The start of this year is a continuation of the hard work already put in by everyone. The year 2017 ushers the CDC into the final quarter of the Financial Year 2016/17,” said Dr Ayanda Vilakazi, CDC unit head marketing and communications. The organisation is optimistic

that this year will once again highlight the Coega Industrial Development Zone (IDZ) as a prime investment destination of choice culminating in several projects coming to the shores of the Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB). All of this combusted with the CDC taking on projects outside of the IDZ through its infrastructure development programme with the objective of expediting service delivery to South African citizens on behalf of government. Projects currently under construction within the IDZ are no

fewer than 6 (six). At least five (5) of these are expected to become operational by end of the FY 2016/17. “Of critical importance for the CDC is the projects contribution to socio-economic development,” says Dr Vilakazi. “Five hundred and fifty five (555) people are currently contracted on the projects in the IDZ, 70% of who are Nelson Mandela Bay-based residents. Giving credence to our vision to become the leading catalyst for championing of the socio-economic growth,” says Vilakazi.

In the 2015/2016 period, CDC created 18 366 jobs (96 776 since inception), through projects in the IDZ and its infrastructure development programme. In addition, the CDC had 36 operational investors with a combined investment value of R6.609 billion. Some of the highlight projects within the IDZ for the year ahead include: •The construction commencement of BAIC for a completely knocked down (CKD) automotive manufacturing plant in the Coega IDZ

•Implementation of energy-related projects such as the gas-topower programme with 1000 MW of the power facility allocated to the IDZ. This project is key for energy security, diversity and socioeconomic development. According to Statistics South Africa (StatsSA), in the 2015/2016 financial year the CDC contributed 0,15% to the Eastern Cape’s GDP and 0,42% to the Nelson Mandela Bay’s economy and in this current financial year (2016/17), the CDC is projecting to add even more.

Transnet Phelophepa Health Care Train to stop in Nelson Mandela Bay THE Transnet Phelophepa Health Care Train will be visiting Swartkops (PE) from January 23 to 27 and January 30 to February 3. Phelophepa offers affordable and quality Primary Health Care Services to the community. It complements the services offered by the Department of Health. Community members are en-

couraged to visit the Train which will be stationed at Swartkops Train Station. The Phelophepa has 4 clinics and they will offer the following services: Dental clinic

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Boost for NMMU Ocean Sciences REPORTER NELSON Mandela Metropolitan University’s (NMMU) efforts towards the establishment of the country’s first dedicated maritime centre of excellence were boosted with the recent transfer of the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) building into its name. The university now officially owns the adjacent CSIR building that will serve as the institution’s Ocean Sciences Campus, effectively catapulting the already advanced work towards the establishment of the envisaged marine and maritime-related hub. The official transfer of the property is the culmination of two years of extensive planning and strategising on how the university’s R60 million investment into the venture would unfold. In this time, the university has been part of a broad consultative process both internally and externally to actively engage all relevant stakeholders in the development of the new campus. It has always been the university’s vision to have dedicated Ocean Sciences Campus and, when Vice-Chancellor Professor Derrick Swartz learnt of the possible sale of CSIR building, an opportunity was seized. The Ocean Sciences Campus is the Univer-

sity’s answer to what has emerged as the country’s least explored economic resource – its oceans. The blue, or oceans, economy has become a major focus for South Africa, with government’s massive Operation Phakisa initiative pushing to unlock and effectively tap into the largely untapped oceans economy by capitalising on the country’s 3 200km coastline. The University’s overarching strategy towards specialising in ocean sciences studies is in line with Operation Phakisa, which aims to create a million jobs and inject up to R177 billion into the national economy by 2033. NMMU has significant research capabilities in maritime and ocean sciences. It is also well positioned in Algoa Bay and boasts proximity and access to two major ports, effectively boosting its potential as a major player in the blue economy. The University’s vision for the Campus is that of a research commons, innovatively bringing together the expertise of multiple faculties in a multi- and transdisciplinary approach to create news ways of thinking and doing in relation to ocean sciences. “Because it’s a new thing for us, we have gone about encouraging faculties to conceptualise programmes that would fall under it,” said Institutional Planning senior director, Professor Heather Nel. “This is very important because we might

focus on sustainability of the oceans – which is the core aim of this – but we also need to find a balance between science and impact on environment.” With the sale officially through, work is set continue in earnest towards the redesigning of the space to become a leading world-class maritime campus. Partnership is a key aspect of the University’s ocean science strategy because of the lack of all the necessary expertise to tackle the space and unlock the full potential of the surrounding oceans. The University will continue to host various roundtable discussions and symposiums on the ocean’s economy, while forging partnerships with experienced institutions in the maritime field that often lead to an exchange of skills. “We partner with other universities nationally, as well as with global institutions that are leaders in maritime – Norway, Finland, Sweden and Southampton in the United Kingdom – to explore staff and student exchanges. That is proving to be very useful. There is a lot that can be done through partnering that can’t be done alone,” Prof Nel said. The Ocean Sciences Campus will not house all of the University’s maritime programmes but will instead have a postgraduate focus so as not to duplicate existing courses that tie or feed into ocean sciences.


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‘Nog reën kan kom, maar droogte sal bly’ LOURENS SCHOEMAN HOEWEL normaal tot bonormale neerslae voorspel word, is dit moontlik dat die vernietigende droogtetoestande wat groot dele van die land teister, nog dié somer sal voortduur. Daar is ook nie goeie nuus wat reën betref in die opvanggebiede van die opgaardamme wat water verskaf aan die metro nie. Quinton Jacobs, senior voorspeller by die weerkantoor in Port Elizabeth, sê die voorspelling geld vir die grootste deel van die land, maar omdat die modelle onseker is, is dit baie moontlik dat die droë toestande sal voortduur.

“Dit was veral opvallend in die laaste twee maande van 2016, waar goeie reën verwag is – maar ook baie onseker was – met die gevolg dat die verwagte goeie reën op baie plekke, veral in die Oos-Kaap, nie gerealiseer het nie.” Die meeste plaaslike en internasionale voorspellingstelsels dui volgens Jacobs voortdurend aan dat Suid-Afrika se somerreënvalgebiede toestande van natter as gewoonlik kan verwag in die laatsomer tot vroeë herfs. “Die moontlikheid daarvan is egter skraler as dit met die voorafgaande maande vergelyk word. Daar is ook geen sterk aanduidings rakende temperature vir die laat somerseisoen nie, behalwe dat bonormale temperature sal voor-

kom.” Dié verswakkende moontlikheid van goeie reëns en onseker temperature kan hoofsaaklik toegeskryf word aan die verwarming van die Indiese Oseaan en die geleidelike verswakking van die swak La Niña, glo Jacobs. Die swakker moontlikheid vir bonormale reën kan veroorsaak dat die droogte voortduur, ondanks die natter toestande in sommige dele van die somerreënvalgebied in die vroeë somer, veral November.“Die stadige herstel van die verskriklike droogte bly egter ’n groot bekommernis.” Daar is nie goeie nuus oor die opvanggebiede van die opgaardamme wat water aan die Nelson Mandelabaai-munisipaliteit verskaf nie. Jacobs

sê die probleem met die opvanggebiede is dat dit in ’n lae reënvalgebied val. “Die gebied wes van Port Elizabeth is in die oorgangsgebied tussen die somer- en winterreënvalgebiede. Daarom vorm die somer-donderstorms, wat uit tropiese lugmassas ontwikkel, gewoonlik oos van die gebied. “Gevolglik kry ons nie hoë neerslae in die somer nie. In die winter is die kouefronte al uitgereën teen die tyd dat dit die gebied bereik. “Die enigste weerstelsels wat tot goeie reën in die gebied lei, is afsnylae, wat stadig oorbeweeg met lekker dik reënwolke. Hierdie stelsels beweeg egter nie altyd oor die opvangsgebiede wanneer hulle vorm nie,” sê Jacobs.

Makupula sees positive in EC poor matric results

Class of 2017 to be prepared for job market

MATRIC results of 2016 are out and again the Eastern Cape is languishing at the bottom as the poorest performer. Five of the poorest performing districts in the country are from this province in Libode, Lusikisiki, Ngcobo, Dutywa and Lady Frere. All five districts registered less than 50% pass rate. The Eastern Cape registered a 59.3% pass rate – a slight increase of 2.5% from 2015. It is the only province to register less than 60%. MEC for Education Mandla Makupula is, however, positive that the province is on the rise and said that his department can be proud of the “sustainable upwards trajectory.” “The Class of 2016 has had to perform in a very different academic context, where the stakes have risen in terms of levels of difficulty in all subjects. “The improvements made in 2016 must be


seen in the light of intervention programmes the Department has put in place to mitigate the impact of the high stakes NCS (CAPS) curriculum,” said Makupula. Makupula also highlighted that the biggest concern of Eastern Cape matrics was that 70% of them came from the poorest schools, quintile one to three, and recorded 49.5% to 57.9%. The richer schools, quintile four and five, were 81.5% and 95.3% respectively. These results prove that the poorest schools are unsurprisingly the least performing schools in the province. Holy Cross Senior Secondary School is one of the few noble exceptions in this year’s matric results particularly for the former Transkei region. The quintile 3 school produced one of the country’s top performers in Siphokazi Hlalukana who came second in this quintile nationally. – BUNTU GOTYWA

THE matric class of 2016 last week received their final examination results, and business has already teamed up with the Department of Education to boost the job prospects of 2017 matriculants. Plans for the country’s largest Career Guidance Initiative - The Working World Exhibition - were announced recently. The Working World Exhibition, now in its 18th year, will be hosted at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium from February 28 to March 2 with the participation of business and leading educational institutions including Coega, The Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality (NMBM) and the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU). Organised by Inkanyezi Events, with the endorsement of the Department of Education and Nelson Mandela Bay Business Chamber, the Working World Exhibition provides Worldclass Career Guidance Textbooks, resources and personal career guidance counselling to up to 20 000 Grade 12 learners, free, every year.

While Career Guidance Workbooks, approved by the Education Department for use as part of the Grade 12 Life Orientation Curriculum are distributed to Grade 12s at the beginning of the year, the initiative culminates with an exhibition attended by up to 100 exhibiting institutions, including corporates, and 15 000 matrics. Inkanyezi CEO Andrew Binning said employers like Rosatom, Coega, Stats SA, Volkswagen, SA Police Services and The South African Agency for Science and Technology Advancement (SAASTA) would exhibit alongside a spectrum of public and private educational institutions. These include: NMMU, Rhodes University, Port Elizabeth College, Varsity College, East Cape Midlands College, eta College and Total Concept Beauty Academy. The exhibition is open from 8:30am to 3pm each day. Entry is free to members of the public and school groups are required to book specific time slots to visit. For more info, contact Wellington Jansen, from Inkanyezi Events on 041 363 0310.

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Oudhoofseun laat hom nie deur armoede stuit ROSLYN BAATJIES LORENZO Jonkerman (17), voormalige hoofseun van Bertram Sekondêre Skool in Bloemendal in Port Elizabeth, het hom nie deur armoede laat stuit nie. Met ’n enkelma wat werkloos is, het hy gewéét sy sukses rus vierkantig op sy skouers. En met drie onderskeidings in sy sak begin dié oudhoofseun se universiteitsreis dalk eersdaags by die Nelson Mandela-Universiteit in BSc(Chem) – mits hy die Raymond Uren-beurs ontvang. Dié beurs is vir leerlinge uit die noordelike woonbuurte in Port Elizabeth wat onder moeilike omstandighede presteer. Hoewel harde werk sy resep vir sukses was, het hy ook tyd gemaak om tydens pouse sy maats met húl skoolwerk te help. “Ek het myself geleer om nie te stres nie,” sê hy. “As jy stres, dan gaan jy niks gedoen kan kry nie. Ek het ook elke geleentheid gebruik in die klas om vrae uit te werk en sommer my huiswerk klaar te maak as die onderwyser nie besig is met lesgee nie.” Hy het ook tuis sy werk in klein sarsies ge-

doen om homself nie te oorwerk nie. “Ek het gesorg dat ek genoeg slaap kry en gereeld water drink asook gesond eet, want ’n gesonde liggaam huisves ’n gesonde verstand.” Jonkerman het onderskeidings in lewenswetenskappe, fisiese wetenskappe en Engels eerste addisionele taal behaal. “Ek het verwag om ’n onderskeiding vir fisiese wetenskappe te kry, maar nie vir die ander twee nie. “My ma, Fransina, is baie gelowig en sy het vir my gebid om goed te vaar.” Millicent Kennedy, Jonkerman se lewenswetenskappe-onderwyser, sê sy is oorstelp van vreugde. “Hy het vir my gesê hy weet nie hoe om my te betaal vir my bystand nie, maar dat hy so goed geslaag het is my betaling.” Ook die hoof, Jerome May, is ewe trots op Jonkerman. “Dit gaan finansieel nie goed met die gesin nie en dat Lorenzo so goed gevaar het, is ’n bewys dat armoede nie ’n verskoning is om goed te presteer nie. “Hy is ’n suksesverhaal. Hy het hard gewerk en het selfs studiegroepe begin.”

Millicent Kennedy, lewenswetenskappe-onderwyser by Bertram Sekondêre Skool, was Donderdag oorstelp van vreugde oor Lorenzo Jonkerman se drie onderskeidings waarvan een in haar vak was. FOTO: ROSLYN BAATJIES

Parents concerned about Tristan studying so hard, eating little ROSLYN BAATJIES HER parents fought with her to get her to eat and were somewhat concerned because she was focused only on her exam preparations, but last Thursday, Tristan Dampies of Salsoneville in Port Elizabeth heard that her hard work earned her six distinctions in the 2016 matric examinations. Tristan, who was Sanctor Secondary School’s deputy head girl last year, achieved distinctions is English Home Language, Afrikaans Additional Language, life orientation, life sciences, business studies and geography. “I did not expect these results. I have to pinch myself to make sure it is the truth.

Lindsay Dampies from Salsoneville is proud of his eldest daughter, Tristan, who achieved six distinctions in the recent matric examination. PHOTO: ROSLYN BAATJIES

“I am very relieved and it feels as if a weight has been lifted from my shoulders.” According to the former captain of the debate team, she was raised to always persevere in her endeavours. “During the exam period, our family had financial difficulties, but I kept my wits about myself and concentrated on my preparations. “My mother, Melanie, motivated me spititually and I maintained my determination to do well because I want to ensure a better life for me and my family.” Lindsay Dampies described his daughter as disciplined. “The wall was covered with study timetables and the table with study material. We had to fight with her to eat properly,” said a proud Dampies. Nadirah Abader, Head of Department for English and Dampies’ teacher since Grade 9, said she was bursting with pride. “Since I started teaching her, she was a model student. She worked hard, had the right attitude and always had respect for her classmates,” Abader added. Dampies will be studying journalism at the NMMU.



Pay municipal account and win a car, cash ROSLYN BAATJIES RESIDENTS of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metro whose municipal accounts were paid on time can win one of two brand new cars in July. Everyone - except councillors, business enterprises and municipal workers - will be eligible to win the car- and cash prizes, said Retief Odendaal, member of the mayoral committee for Budget and Treasury. “We want to send the message to our municipal account holders to make their accounts a priority. It looks like 2017 is going to be a difficult financial year and it is also going to have an impact on the municipality. Our residents must try to settle their debt,” Odendaal said. According to him, the recovery rate in July last year was just under 90%. The metro’s budgeted recovery rate is 94%. “In November, our recovery rate was about 100%. We are happy about the progress that we have made. “In November, 7 156 households made arrangements with regard to outstanding payments to the value of R68 million.” EOH Mthombo, the service provider that verifies the water- and electricity meter data at properties, is sponsoring the competition. “EOH spent about R1 million on marketing and prizes for the competition and I hope that we will see the fruits of it in a couple of months. “There are cash prizes of R10 000 and R5 000 respectively. Lucky draws for this will take

place at the end of February and March. Lucky draws for the two Chevrolet Sparks will take place at the end of July.” Leslie Reddy, EOH’s director for the public sector, said that there will also be a R50 000 prize for the ward that improves the most in their account payments. Mbuzeli Nogqala, the Director of Revenue Management and Customer Care for the municipality, said that all six municipal areas can win prizes of R10 000 or R5 000. “It is a lucky draw and the municipality’s internal audit department will play a role as observers.” How to win:

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WE would like to hear from our readers if they have any interesting news stories or events happening in their community. Contact Zeldré Strauss Swanepoel at 041 503 6053 or Anika de Beer at 041 503 6048 or Nceba Dladla at 041 503 6007. Information can also be e-mailed to

Retief Odendaal, member of the mayoral committee for Budget and Treasury, en Leslie Reddy, EOH’s director for the public sector, with one of the cars that can be won in the municipality’s Pay-to-win competition. PHOTO: ROSLYN BAATJIES



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Kinderhuis vind baat by mooi gebaar ROSLYN BAATJIES Kirsty van Eyck van Glen Hurd het haar mondigwordingskenkings aan die kinders by die Door of Hope-kinderhuis oorhandig. Hier is sy by Gladys Panda, stigter van die sentrum. FOTO: WERNER HILLS

DIE Door of Hope-kinderhuis in Port Elizabeth is nou tjok-en-blok vol poppe, teestelle, sporttoerusting en speelgoedkarre – talle van die kinders hier se heel eerste speelgoed.

is te danke aan die munisipaliteit se steun, vrywilligers en groothartigheid van mense van so ver as die VSA. “Ek bid en vertrou op die Here vir alles wat

ons nodig het. Elke keer kom hulp op die tyd dat ons dit nodig het. Sommige mense kom en belowe selfs om kinders se skoolgeld jaarliks te borg.”

Panda is baie dankbaar vir Van Eyck se groothartigheid. “Hoewel Kersfees verby is, is dit nooit te laat om te gee en mense se harte te verbly nie.”

PE company shines at National Business Awards REPORTER A PORT Elizabeth-based company, AM Group, flew the Eastern Cape flag high at the prestigious South African Premier Business Awards where it was announced joint winner of the national Small, Micro and Medium Enterprise (SMME) Award. BUZZ Projects Ref 335

Kirsty van Eyck (21) van Glen Hurd in Port Elizabeth het besluit om met haar 21ste verjaardag nie geskenke te aanvaar nie, maar eerder haar gaste te vra om geskenke vir dié Baaise weeshuis te bring. Sy het onlangs 30 kinderogies sien blink toe sy “haar geskenke” aan hulle oorhandig. “Die gaste was verbaas oor my versoek en sommige het selfs gedink ek wou soos die Kardashians wees, omdat een van hulle dieselfde vir haar verjaardag gedoen het,” sê dié student in die regte. “Maar my ma het my geleer om met ander te deel.” Haar ma, Felicity, sê hul navorsing oor wees- en kinderhuise aan wie hulle die geskenke sou bring, het hulle na Door of Hope in Sydenham gelei. “Toe ek hier instap, het ek net geweet dit is die plek wat by die skenking moet baatvind.” Gladys Panda is die eienaar en stigter van Door of Hope en het meer as tien jaar gelede begin om verwaarloosde en weggooikinders in haar huis in Motherwell te versorg. “Ek het ’n visie gehad om vir kinders te sorg. Die dag toe ek sê ek gaan dit doen, is die eerste kind na my gebring en binne ’n week het ek vyf kinders onder my sorg gehad,” onthou sy. Maar dit was nie maklik nie. “Kinders van vroue met die MI-virus is na my gebring asook studente wat nadat hulle geboorte geskenk het, gevra het dat ek hul kinders versorg.” Panda sê die voortbestaan van die skuiling

The awards took place at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg on December 6 and were hosted by the Department of Trade and Industry (dti) in partnership with Brand South Africa and Proudly South African. The Managing Director and founder of AM Group, Anda Maqanda (32), could not contain his excitement after being announced the winner of the category with a Cape Town-based enterprise, Computers 4 Kids. “We are more than excited because the award does not only bring joy to me as the owner of the company, but it’s a source of pride and inspiration to everyone who is part of this business. To be recognised in national awards really means that there is something good that we as a company are doing. This will give us more motivation to continue working harder and growing the business,” said an elated Maqanda.

AM Group, an engineering business specialising in overhead power lines, solar systems, and high voltage substations was also a finalist in the Young Entrepreneur category of the awards. “We knew we were facing a tough competition from other companies that entered the awards from various parts of the country, but to us being finalists in the two categories was an achievement we were content with. To win one of the two was the cherry on top,” quipped Maqanda. He started the AM Group in 2008 at the age of 24 after quitting his job at Eskom where he worked as a project engineer. His vision to grow the business was never distracted and today the company employs 156 people. The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies, said the SMME Award acknowledged small, medium and micro business enterprises as a key enabler of economic growth and employment in South Africa. “The company that wins this award should have illustrated its sustainability, as well as future potential, to grow and create more local jobs. In all economies of the world, the small business sector is the engine of job creation and South Africa is no exception,” said Minister Davies.

Anda Maqanda (left) at the SA Premier Business Awards with representatives from the award’s joint winners, Computer 4 Kids. PHOTO:SUPPLIED




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morning outing on 15 January at the Van Staden’s Gorge and Lady’s Slipper Mountain. Meet at 5.45am at Schultz’s in West Street, Newton Park. Target birds: Narina Trogon, Orange-breasted Sunbird, Cape Siskin and Protea Canary. They will be birding at the bottom of the Van Staden’s pass for forest birds, before driving up the back of the Lady’s Slipper Mountain to the microwave tower at the top where fynbos special birds occur. For more information, contact Cliff Hopkins on 082 784 3243.

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League is in need of donations for their Charity Shop, The Bargain Box, in 9th Avenue Shopping Centre, Walmer. Good secondhand clothing, bric-a-brac, household goods, jewellery, books and linen would be greatly appreciated. Kick off the new year by donating the forgotten goods that came out during spring cleaning to a worthy cause. All proceeds go towards caring for animals in the northern areas. For more information, contact 041 581 2852.

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Grey hosts U18 FIBA 3­on­3 basketball tournament REPORTER GREY High school will be hosting the first ever official U18 FIBA 3-on-3 basketball tournament on January 15 to create awareness for the sport at the school. Since 1996, Grey High has been rated as one of the top basketball schools in the Metro boasting play-

ers that have represented Eastern Province and South Africa. In 1999, the first team was the South African school champions, with four players making the South African team. The coaching staff comprises one staff member, Denga, and external coaching staff, Alfonzo Coollen, Eugene Botha and the newly appointed veteran, Kevin

Framesby se bloktrui is op pad na Japan VERSLAGGEWER HOËRSKOOL Framesby se o/18 rugbyspan is gekies deur die Suid-Afrikaanse Rugby Unie om Suid-Afrika te verteenwoordig in die 2017 Sanix Wêreld-kampioenskapstoernooi wat in Japan sal plaasvind. Die toernooi word vanaf 26 April to 6 Mei gehou. ’n Totaal van 16 spanne sal

deelneem aan die toernooi, waarvan agt van Japan self is. Die ander agt spanne, is van onder meer Nieu-Seeland, Australië en Engeland. Elke land se rugbybeheerliggaam nomineer een van sy beste hoërskoolspanne om deel te neem. Die organiseerders dra die volle koste van die toernooi, maar elke span moet op eie koste na Japan reis.

Hochung. They are on a development mission this year to grow the numbers of boys who play basketball at the school. Kevin has been involved in basketball since 1993 as a player and started coaching in 2013, becoming an official FIBA 3x3 event organiser in 2014 and has organised six events since.

“This is the first U18 FIBA 3x3 event in the metro and I urge all basketball players to register free on which is an active FIBA website that tracks your progress and allocates points to registered players that compete in FIBA 3x3 events,” he said. The Grey High School boy’s basketball camp starts on Friday, January 13 and ends with the 3x3 tour-

nament on Sunday, January 15. They are hoping for an influx of existing and new boys to attend the basketball camp and tournament, competing against each other to become the best ranked in the school, city, country and world on Anyone interested in hosting a 3x3 basketball tournament can contact Kevin at 084 777 0912.

NitroPark sponsors Alexander Road waterpolo team REPORTER NITROPARK has announced their sponsorship of the Alexander Road High School 1st Waterpolo Boys team for the next two seasons. Under the guidance of Dr Peter Manser, principal of Alexander Road High School, the school’s motto Nil Sine Labore (which loosely translates to ‘the altogether experience’) is applied throughout the system, from the classroom to the sports fields. Dr Manser believes in everyone participating. Winning is not the only factor that counts; it is also important to work as a team and show good sportsmanship. These are also the values NitroPark’s owners, Andrew Beuster and Haiden Webb, wish to promote among the youth today. They have therefore decided to support youth enrolment in sport and physical activity. They believe that sport contributes to a better world and young people who participate in sport learn essential life skills such as leadership, disci-

At the back, from left, are Luke Schroeder, Derrick Sparks, Keagan Singh, Sebastian Schenk, Ayden Labuschagne, Brett Mitchell, Cole Rademeyer, Andrew Beuster (co-owner of NitroPark), Jacque Nell and John Pauls and, in front, from left, Jayden Dickinson, Robert van Manene, Keagan de Bruin, Zinadine Jonas, Thomas Everard, Justin Barwood and Craig Erasmus.


pline and integrity. It also teaches the importance of building healthy relationships with fellow teammates. A vital part of any team sports is being able to bond and play as a team.

In addition to NitroPark sponsoring the teams’ kit for the next two years, they will also be hosting team building evenings which will bring work and play together and allow the boys to grow as a team.

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GOEIE tydsbestuur, ’n balans tussen akademie, sport en ’n sosiale lewe asook “gesonde” kompetisie met medeleerlinge is ’n paar van die redes wat vanjaar se top-matrieks in Port Elizabeth gee vir hul goeie prestasie in die onlangse matriek-eksamen. En hul goeie punte beteken dat hulle een van die dae hul groot loopbaandrome kan verwesentlik.

Framesby se rugbyspan sal vanjaar Suid-Afrika verteenwoordig in die Sanix Wêreld-kampioenskapstoernooi in Japan. FOTO:VERSKAF

Die topmatrikulant in die Oos-Kaap Hanne Mertens (17) van die Hoërskool Pearson se droom was om onderskeidings in al haar vakke te bereik. Sy het die oortref deur as die topmatrikulant in die provinsie aangewys te word. Dié slimkop spog met A-simbole vir Engels, Afrikaans, wiskunde, lewensoriëntering, lewenswetenskap, fisiese wetenskap en rekeningkunde. Hoewel die “eindelose assesserings” vir haar ’n nagmerrie deur haar matriekjaar was, is sy dankbaar dié reis is ook nou verby, maar meer so oor haar sukses. “Ek gaan BCom (rekeningkunde) aan die Universiteit van Stellenbosch studeer,” sê sy. “Ek beoog om oor tien jaar ’n gekwalifiseerde rekenmeester te wees, hopelik oorsee.” Met haar onderskeiding in musiek is Josie McClure (18) van die Collegiate Girls’ High School slaggereed om nou musikant te word.

Hanne Mertens (17).


En hoewel dié onderskeiding haar die breedste laat glimlag, is sy ook dankbaar vir die A-simbole in Engels, Afrikaans, wiskunde, lewensoriëntering, lewenswetenskappe en fisiese wetenskappe. Dié oopkop sê die absolute hoogtepunt van haar matriekjaar was juis om deel te wees van hul skool se jazzorkes omdat musiek haar passie is. “Ek was (verlede) jaar net onseker oor my toekomsplanne as gevolg van die proteste by universiteite,” sê sy. “Ek het op die ou end wel besluit op ’n graad in musiek aan die Universiteit van Stellenbosch.” Arielle Claire Douglas-Henry (18) van die Collegiate Girls’ High School sê sy kan net die Here dank vir die sewe onderskeidings wat sy gekry het. Sy het A-simbole vir Engels, Afrikaans, wiskunde, lewensoriëntering, rekeningkunde, lewenswetenskappe en fisiese wetenskappe gekry. “Saam met geloof in die Here kom natuurlik ook harde werk,” sê sy. “Ek glo dat ’n mens altyd jou bes moet gee in alles wat jy aanpak. ’n Mens het net een kans en dus moet jy seker maak dat dit die moeite werd is.” Sy het ook raad vir vanjaar se matrieks vir wie die eindeksamen al reeds voel soos ’n moeilike berg wat voorlê: “Maak seker jy doen jou huiswerk en bly georganiseerd. “Bestuur jou tyd goed en stel haalbare doelwitte. Jy beheer jou eie toekoms.”

Josie McClure (18). PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Arielle Claire Douglas-Henry (18).

Kristin Giddy (18) van die Hoërskool Pearson glo dat ’n goeie balans tussen die akademie en haar pligte as hoofmeisie vir haar die deurslag gegee het. Dié slimkop spog met sewe onderskeidings. Haar vakke is Engels, Afrikaans, wiskunde, lewensoriëntering, lewenswetenskap, fisiese wetenskap en rekeningkunde. “Om boonop die hoofmeisie te wees was ’n groot uitdaging vir my,” sê sy. “Die eindeksamen was nogal dreinerend, en ek was op die ou end net bly dit was verby. Ek studeer vanjaar BCom Rek aan die Nelson MandelaUniversiteit.” Vir Bouwer Botha (18) van die Hoërskool Pearson was dit beslis die “gesonde kompetisie” tussen hom en die skool se ander slimkoppe wat hom na sukses gedryf het. Dié rekenaarghoeroe, wat rekenaarprogrammering aan die Nelson Mandela-Universiteit gaan studeer, het ook sewe onderskeidings in die eindeksamen behaal. Dié A’s is in inligtingstegnologie, Afrikaans, Engels, wiskunde, rekeningkunde, lewensoriëntering en fisiese wetenskap. “Die eindeksamen was vir my verskriklik opwindend,” sê hy. “Om die een of ander rede het ek opgewonde geraak om sekere vraestelle wat uitdagend kan wees, te skryf. Soos programmering en wiskunde. “My ouers en vriende het my die nodige ondersteuning gegee, maar dit was my medestudente wat my uitgedaag het om beter punte te verwerf.”

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Bouwer Botha (18). PHOTO: SUPPLIED



Vibrant young line­up named for Showtime revue REPORTER AFTER a lengthy auditions process, a strong line-up of vibrant young performers were selected and went into the first phase of rehearsals in November last year for the highly popular annual Clover Showtime Awards Young Talent Development 2017 revue, A Grand Night for Singing, which will be seen on the Little Theatre stage this January. Presented for the second time in collaboration with the PE Musical and Dramatic Society, the production will salute the twin Richard Rodgers song books, with lyricists Lorenz “Larry” Hart and Oscar Hammerstein II, with several surprises thrown in along with the song, dance and comedy. Returning to lead the female core cast will be Shannon Hubbard, who impressed in the 2016 revue, The Pleasure of Your Company. Hubbard will be joined by new female Showtimers Abigail Ranwell, Amber April, Isabella Rosochacki, Kayla Mathiesen, Kelly-Lee Jeffrey, Kyrah Lloyd and Kyla Smit. James van der Merwe is also returning, joined by newcomers Arthur Daniels and Sean Cady. The dancers will be Britney Shaw, Gia Smith, Ma-Bell Muller (also making a Showtime return), Rachel Parker, Kayla Auld and Skye Phillips.

Also returning, from a couple of years ago, will be a group of 10 singing boys and girls from Charlo Primary School. They are Lea Carelse, Anneke Pienaar, Kaylin Roberts, Lené Scheepers, Dané Van Dyk, Meagan Vogel, Stefan Basson, Jared Doubell, Dillon Roberts and Sam Vos. Although they will be seen in several many company sequences, they will be specially featured in two routines in the show. The show will once more be devised and written by Bob Eveleigh, as was the case in 2016, with Marlene Pieterse directing and Wayne Hughes as Musical and Vocal Director. Siobhan Day will be making her debut as a Showtime choreographer after winning many Clover Showtime Junior Awards for her dance and movement staging in various High and Primary School productions. Also back from 2016 are Rocky Mann and Lance Bright, who will once again be the technical consultants, with Gwen Davis as Production Secretary, Brenda Ower as Special Assistant to the Producer and Director and Robyn Unsworth as Stage Manager. A Grand Night for Singing will be the 27th birthday of the Clover Showtime Revue and will run from January 23 to 28, including the Junior and Senior Clover Showtime Awards nights on January 24 and 27 respectively.

Read Read our paper paper online Did you not receive a copy of your favourite newspaper this week? Did you know that you can now read the full version of the PE Express online? Every Wednesday from 11am the digital version of the PE Express you receive at home, is loaded on our website, so if you do not receive the paper, you can always read it online. Simply go to and click on “Download”.

Four of the six young performers making up the line-up of dancers in the 2017 Clover Showtime Awards Revue: A Grand Night for Singing are, from left, Rachel Parker, Gia Smith, Britney Shaw and Skye Phillips. PHOTO:CHRIS GERTSCH

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Dowwe Dolla to make a stop in Bay McLaren-sirkusbaas mor oor weiering van staanplek REPORTER

CARA­LEE DORFLING DIE McLaren-sirkusbase glo magsposisies is misbruik om hulle vanjaar uit een van die OosKaap se bekendste vakansiedorpe te hou. Die afgelope drie jaar was dit heeltyd ’n toutrekkery tussen sirkusbase en Port Elizabeth se diereregteaktiviste wanneer die sirkustent met al sy diere in Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage of Jeffreysbaai opgeslaan word. Vanjaar het David McLaren, eienaar van die sirkus, egter besluit om Port Elizabeth en Uitenhage oor te slaan, maar hy het tog gehoop om vertonings vir ’n week lank op Jeffreysbaai te kan aanbied. “Soos die afgelope nege jaar, was die aansoek vir ons permit in Jeffreysbaai betyds en is dit volgens die reëls gedoen. Middel Desember is ons egter laat weet ons aansoek is afgekeur,” sê McLaren. Hy is daarvan oortuig dat ’n interne geknoei tot dié weiering bygedra het. “Die saak is by ons prokureurs. Ek glo daar is van magsposisies in die munisipaliteit misbruik gemaak om ons uit die dorp te hou.” McLaren het spesifiek na een werknemer van die munisipaliteit verwys, wat volgens hom ook bande met diereregteaktiviste het. By navraag het Elza van Lingen, uitvoerende burgemeester van die Kouga-munisipaliteit, ge-

sê een van die redes hoekom die sirkus se aansoek van die hand gewys is, is weens die teenstand van die publiek en vorige jare se ervarings met die sirkus. Sy sê ook die besluite rakende die toelating van vertonings word gesamentlik deur senior amptenare van die munisipaliteit en die polisie geneem. Van Lingen het onderstreep dat die persoon na wie McLaren verwys, nie ’n senior amptenaar is nie. Van die redes vir die sirkus se weiering sluit in rusverstoring, dieremishandeling en verkeersprobleme wat kan ontstaan. “Ons sal die besluit aanvaar as daar bewyse van die klagtes verskaf kan word. Al antwoord wat ons gekry het, is dat die grond aan die munisipaliteit behoort en hulle nie toestemming hoef te gee nie,” het McLaren hierop gereageer. Hy het voorts gesê ingevolge Suid-Afrikaanse wetgewing is dit nie onwettig om diere vir vermaak te gebruik nie, en hy het geen munisipale regulasies van die Kouga-munisipaliteit onder oë gehad wat aan hom sou bewys dat die aanbieding van ’n sirkus hier onwettig sou wees nie. “Ons wag steeds vir terugvoering met bewyse van die munisipaliteit. Want ons sal volgende jaar terug wees en wil weet hoe ons te werk moet gaan. Ons gaan nie deur ’n klein groepie mense weggehou word nie,” sê hy.

DOWWE Dolla has been South Africa’s most loved dumb blonde for more than two decades now and she is bringing her special brand of comedy to Nelson Mandela Bay.

In her latest show, she will explore the vast world of social media. Because social media is where “everything is happening” nowadays, it’s only right that Dolla investigate this phenomenon. In the process of trying to understand the difference between Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Solitaire, Dolla discovers why women still keep men around and explains the real secret behind a braai which, in turn, leads to heavy topics such as Trophy hunting, arachnophobia, white guilt, and Hannibal Lecter. This latest show will feature “Ouma Dowe Dolla” (also performed by Margit Meyer-Rödenbeck) for the first time to give a more historical (or maybe hysterical) perspective to everyday life in South Africa. Expect another “laugh a minute” verbal-tsunami from SA’s favourite blonde on February 9 at the Barkly Street Theatre in Uitenhage at 8pm. Tickets at R120 are available at 082 809 4272. ; Dowwe Dolla is bringing her special brand of comedy to Nelson Mandela Bay. PHOTO:ROBERT HAMBLIN



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Cricket’s magic words – ‘Kolpak Time’ IF cricket’s your game you’ll surely remember the names – the incomparable Don Bradman, Len Hutton, dashing Denis Compton; then, going closer to home, the likes of Dudley Nourse, Eric Rowan and others – all of them belonging to the list of magical performers on the game’s international stage going right back to the inimitable WG Grace. Higher than that you can’t go! If you love cricket you will at least have heard of them; read of their many exploits on the field of play with bat or ball, or both! Besides cricket skill what else do they have in common? Yes, that’s it – they all belong to the past, some of it very distant now. Yes, “time marches on,” as they say – which present day lovers of the game ought to try to remember. Yes, that’s what concerns us today: heavy

criticism circulating the very blood of the game; criticism that some present day stars – in particular two outstanding Proteas in Kyle Abbott and Rilee Rossouw, who have opted to continue their careers with the English County Championship side, Hampshire, much to the disgust of South African coach, Russell Domingo. The coach last week launched a blistering attack on both players, outstanding fast bowler Abbott and batsman Rossouw. The signing of the two effectively ends their careers with South African cricket. In turn Cricket SA has wasted no time in cancelling both their contracts. Reacting to the move by the two South Africans, coach Domingo wasted no time in slamming both, holding nothing back as last week ended with the Proteas taking a 2-0 lead in the trouncing of Sri Lanka at

Newlands in their four-match series. Domingo had so faithfully encouraged 27year-old Rossouw since he made his international debut at just 23 in 2014, shielding the youngster after the left-hander started his ODI career with four ducks in his first six matches. The coach’s disappointment was understandable. It seemed at times he was fighting a lone battle to keep the youngster in the Test match loop. Bitterly upset, he now says: “Yes, very disappointed. That’s the truth. He toured Australia as the back-up Test batsman. He’s the guy we backed after four ducks. We invested in him massively. If he was a player of colour everyone would have slammed us, would have said, ‘transformation’.” The coach’s disappointment included Abbott. There’s no doubt both players would have been an integral part of SA’s plans. Its

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R10 000 lucky prize for river mile THE Spar Summer Festival, which incorporates Africa’s oldest open water swimming event, the SPAR River Mile, has announced a R10 000 cash lucky draw prize for one lucky Mile Swimmer when the event takes place on Sunday, February 26. A festival of activities for the whole family just got a whole lot more interesting for all those who would like to swim the Mile race on the Sunday afternoon. Drawn by way of lucky draw, one finisher of the Men’s or La-

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We go cross­over with Mazda’s CX­3 MAZDA certainly knows how to design goodlooking cars. And one of them is the CX-3 the crossover version of the Mazda 3. The CX-3 is also one of the 10 finalists in the prestige South African Guild of Motoring Journalists (SAGMJ)’s WesBank South African Car of the Year (COTY) competition. The model test driven is the top of the range Mazda CX-3 2.0L Individual with automatic gearbox which retails at R355 400. The CX-3 range starts with a price tag of R277 800. Design The All-New Mazda CX-3 features their KODO - Soul of Motion design language and offers the full suite of Skyactiv Technologies. According to Mazda, Skyactiv is a series of technologies developed by Mazda which increase fuel efficiency and engine output. Skyactiv comprises new engines, transmissions, body, and chassis which also provide for a connectedness between car and driver. The CX-3 is a compact crossover that looks like a premium product and certainly is a head-turner – and the top of the range vehicle test driven comes with 18-inch alloy wheels and daytime running lights as standard features. Its crossover character is accentuated by twin exhausts, black mouldings, a good looking roof spoiler, and window frames with black trim. The CX-3 is available in three specification levels starting with the Active, followed by the Dynamic and then the top of the range Individual. And it certainly is good-looking on the inside too. It has a smart-looking interior with an upmarket design. As is the case with the Mazda 3, the dashboard is dominated by a tablet-like

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pistols where one is required to hit five targets or try for 50 seconds. From there they run to the transition area, taking their shoes off and swimming the prescribed distance. Once done with the swim, shoes have to be put back on to complete the run distance back to the shooting station. In the first race two six-year-olds, Josh Marais and Danny Baxter, battled it out for first place with their shooting ability really impressing everyone. In the end Danny managed to take the victory in the Youth F age group. In the Youth E girls’ race Keira van Heerden proved too strong for her competition on the day while the Youth E boys’ race proved to be the race of the day with very small margins swinging the race in the favour of Tristan Marais. In other divisions Ruan le Roux won the Youth D boys’ race, Keegan van Heerden won the Youth C boys’ race, Damien Smith the Youth B boys’ race, Rhys Poovan (from East London) won the Youth A race and Gareth Vorster won the Junior division. The Youth C girls’ race was won by another East London competitor Sanchia Poovan. Laser Run On Sunday, December 22, the grey skies and drizzle in the air could not dampen the spirits of the athletes competing in the first Laser Run of the season. Among the athletes competing, there were nine athletes who had competed at the Laser Run World Champs in Lisbon, Portugal in October, including the Youth E World Champion Tristan Marais. The venue was full of twists and turns and made for difficult racing conditions but the athletes all handled this with ease, despite a fall here and there. Laser Run is the same as the Combined Event mentioned earlier. The winners of the different categories were as follows: Youth F Boys – Alexander Serfontein, Youth E Boys – Tristan Marais, Youth E Girls – Keira van Heerden Youth D Boys – Ruan le Roux

Youth C Boys – Keegan van Heerden Youth C Girls – Sanchia Poovan Youth B Boys – Damien Smith Youth A Boys – Rhys Poovan Junior Male – Gareth Vorster Laser Run is an exciting new sport that mixes focus and control with speed and endurance. Cape Town will be playing host to the 2017 Laser Run World Champs in October. The Association is looking to grow Laser Run in PE in order to send a strong team to the World Champs. Biathle mid­season champs The second annual Biathle Mid-season Champs were held at St George’s School swimming centre. This event, first held last year, has become a family favourite. As athletes are racing for medals the competition is serious, but a fun relay event is held where athletes, siblings, parents and friends can make up relay teams to compete. This year a younger sibling chocolate race was also held. This year’s event saw a few first-time athletes who performed really well. Although some of the regulars had already gone on holiday all races were very competitive. The results per age group starting with the gold medallists are as follows: Youth F Boys – Alexander Serfontein, Danny Baxter, Nathan Appels Youth F Girls – Elah Duru, Nicola Loest, Tatum Lowe Youth E Boys – Jayson Archibald, Daniel Richter, Tristan Marais Youth E Girls – Keira van Heerden, Myra Viduya, Megan Hough Youth D Boys – Ruan le Roux, Corban Olivier, Aidan Ackerman Youth D Girls – Robyn Hough, Jasmine Witthum Youth C Boys – Kyle White, Christian Appels, Arno van Heerden Youth C Girls – Anke Serfontein, Bella Archibald, Kerri-Lee Barnard Youth B Boys – Damien Smith, Andrew McCallum Youth A Boys – Stephan Neethling, Daniel

Barreto Youth A Girls – Channah du Plessis Master A Male – David du Plessis Master B Male – Bennie Stadler

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