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Boeke vir Afrika vir Baaise skole ’n Reusevrag boeke vir behoeftige laer­ en hoërskole in Nelson Mandelabaai het Donderdag aangeland en bevat ensiklopedieë, klassieke boeke, romans, storieboeke vir kleuters, gidse vir die klaskamer asook ’n boek of twee oor Amerikaanse sport. Hier kan Rostin Greeff van die Bethelsdorp Comprehensive School nie besluit uit watter boeke hy eerste wil lees. Lees meer hieroor op bladsy 11. FOTO: ALVENÉ APPOLLIS

Metro has five­year plan to fight poverty NCEBA DLADLA

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ELSON Mandela Bay Municipality has a five-year plan geared towards economic growth and development critical for the success of the metro and the region. This according to Member of Mayoral

Council (MMC), Andrew Whitfield, who was speaking at the Summerstrand Hotel last Friday. Whitfield, who is the political head for Economic Development, Tourism and Agriculture, was speaking on behalf of Executive Mayor Athol Trollip during the PreState of the Province Address (SOPA) Business Sector Engagement by Premier Phumulo Masualle and Members of his Ex-

ecutive Committee ahead of the provincial budget for this financial year. The premier wanted to inform and get input from the business sector on the government’s plans for better partnerships, growth and development. Whitfield said the metro also had a major role to play in encouraging investment and economic development which is important to address the challenges of poverty, unem-

ployment and inequality. Witfield made a passionate plea for local communities, including businesses, to put their energies to good use by promoting economic growth and development through partnerships and inter-governmental relations. Continued on page 2


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PE EXPRESS | WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2017

Premier presents pre­State of the Province address NCEBA DLADLA EASTERN Cape Premier Phumulo Masualle was in Nelson Mandela Bay with members of his Executive Committee on Friday for a Pre-State of the Province Address (SOPA) engagement with the business sector. The gathering, involving the Sarah Baartman District Municipality and attended by members of both emerging and big business from both municipalities, the Director General (DG), Head of Departments (HODs) , Municipal Managers and Councillors, was aimed at reflecting on the road travelled by the provincial government. It was also to gauge the extent to which the business sector understands government’s service delivery priorities, the Pre-

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mier said. He added that bringing change was important, but government couldn’t do it alone. “We’re also focusing, with these important stakeholders, the business sector, on how to sharpen our plans past the Midterm Expenditure Framework for better governance ahead of the 2017 Budget,” he said. The main purpose of these initiatives was to reduce the effects of the biggest problems facing the province, namely unemployment, poverty and inequality. Government and business relationship was key, Masualle said. According to the Premier, government had plans, but those could not be pursued in isolation from business initiatives to enhance economic activity that would benefit among others, the poor.

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must be registered for procurement,” said Somyo, adding that the Mandela Metro had 21 % of registered businesses while Sarah Baartman had 5.4%. Nelson Mandela Bay metro and Sarah Baartman District Municipalities each had an opportunity to put forward their economic development plans and the challenges they face while members of the SMMEs sector called on government to do more to help them grow. Giving a hint on the State of Finances in the province, Masualle said the total revenue generated by municipalities up to June 30, 2016, was R38.3 billion or 93.8% of the total adjusted budget of R40.6 billion. The total expenditure up to June 30 was R30.7 billion or 84.3% of the total adjusted budget of R36.4 billion.

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Among things government wanted to see happening was the 50% procurement of business by local suppliers and ensuring that they were paid within 30 days for the work done. This will enhance local economic development, he said. MEC for Economic Development, Environmental Affairs and Tourism, Sakhumzi Somyo, spoke about government’s commitment to ensure growth and stability in business. Somyo said government was subsidising the auto sector which brought economic spin-offs for the Nelson Mandela Bay communities. “We get about 50% of goods like Learner Support Material and Hospital consumable goods and materials like linen from local businesses. All we want is that businesses

“A turnaround strategy is already operational in many of our interventions during the first five months in office,” said Witfield, adding that they had given much attention to areas where infrastructure and service delivery had been in decline. In the next five years, he said, the metro’s economy would be geared towards investment and creating job opportunities in sectors that have the potential to transform the economy and reconfigure the city as a global player which is “open for business”. Witfield named the automotive sector as the prime example of what was possi-

ble in Mandela Bay and made mention of the Chinese investment through FAW and Beijing Automotive International Corp (BAIC) as giving the metro the status of a major role-player in the car manufacturing industry. He mentioned tourism, agro-processing and township economy as other areas of concentration. “We have to improve the quality of life of our own citizens through longterm sustainable growth. And our IDP is geared to accelerate economic growth, job creation and the empowerment of marginalised communities,” Whitfield said, adding that key for this to happen, was for stakeholders to add value.


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SANRAL project saves Uitenhage IDZ from power black­outs REPORTER THE completion of an R80 million slope stabilisation engineering project in Nelson Mandela Bay has saved Africa’s automotive manufacturing capital from power black-outs. The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) announced this on January 17. The instability of the R75 on-ramp into Uitenhage was undermining the structural integrity of pylons carrying overhead electrical cables supplying large areas of Uitenhage with power. It has been a source of concern for authorities and industry since 2012 when a part of the slope was eroded by heavy rains. “Sloughing or erosion problems [of the slope] began in the mid-1980s mainly due to the lack of maintenance. This, in turn, allowed moisture to seep into the slope. Previous methods of stabilisation were not effective as they only dealt with close to surface water or moisture contained within the slope,” said Michelle Ah Shene, Admin Manager/Communications at SANRAL. The R75 was declared a national route in 2011 and was being investigated by SANRAL when the failure occurred. “Every time instability occurred the failure zone encroached on these pylons, undermining the stability of the foundations,” Ah Shene said. Recently, extensive slope landmass movements were triggered by heavy rains during October 2012 in the Nelson Mandela Bay metro. The rain created a 50m wide and 300m long slip along the R75 on-ramp, resulting in the movement of soil to the lower parts of the slope along the failure zone, further exasperating the risk of damage to the cables and a potential power black-out of Uitenhage. SANRAL said it concluded a slope stabilisa-

tion programme of the R75 on-ramp, and that stability of pylon foundations will no longer be at risk. The programme entailed the excavation of 112 000m³ of soil, the construction of 5 700m³ of gabions in three continuous walls along the R75 on-ramp inclusive of grouted soil nails, construction drains at the top of the walls, and the installation drains conveying stormwater runoff down the slope to the existing drainage system. The project also included the construction of an earth catch water bank at the summit of the slope to prevent overland flow from the summit flowing down the cut face. SANRAL met and overcame two engineering challenges on the project. The first challenge encountered was the excavated face beneath the southern pylon; if completely excavated to its full height, it would have been approximately 10m high. “When it had been partly excavated some 6m to 7m it was prudent to install a system of temporary grouted soil nails plus geotextile and steel mesh to prevent the slope from collapsing. Had the temporary measures not been installed there would have been a danger of the collapse endangering the lives of any person working below and could have, quite possibly, brought about the collapse of the electricity pylon standing at the top of the face,” said Ah Shene. Secondly, during construction where the excavations opened up the face of the cut slope, a geological fault in the material had been exposed, with considerable amounts of groundwater seepage from the fault. “The fault could lead to further sloughing of the existing cut face onto the R75 on-ramp. Additional stabilisation works in the form of gabions, soil nails, slope rehabilitation measures (top soiling and grassing) and trapezoidal drains

Michelle Ah Shene, Admin Manager/Communications at SANRAL, shows off the completed R80 million engineering project on the R75 on­ramp into Uitenhage. PHOTO:SUPPLIED were authorised,” she continued. “Geotechnical engineering is one of the fastest growing fields of engineering, albeit a relatively young one. Many pioneers within the field have carved a path for those that follow to help fill in the gaps in our knowledge of the fascinating world that lies beneath the earth’s surface.” Ah Shene explained that most engineering projects deal with near surface challenges and

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Filthy Northern suburbs: update ZELDRÉ STRAUSS SWANEPOEL IN last week’s edition the PE Express published an article about the shocking state the Northern suburbs is in with regard to illegal dumping and the general filth all around. The municipality could not provide comment at the time of going to print but has since issued the following statement. According to Mayoral Spokesperson Sibongile Dimbaza, the services provided to all areas of the NMBM are the same. “The area mentioned in the article is cleared according to the depot cleaning schedule which is a cycle of once in three months, but during the festive season the area was attended intensively. “Illegal dumping of builders rubble by contractors is a problem throughout the NMBM areas; measures have been taken by the SubDirectorate to try and alleviate the problem,” Dimbaza explained. “The implementation of the weekly frequency has not improved the rate of illegal dumping. The residents are still dumping the refuse as per usual and the retrieval rate of refuse collection has proven the above.” The following SMS comments were received from readers: I just read your article ‘Filthy northern areas’. My sister and I recently travelled from JHB to PE on the Shosholoza train, where we saw a black rubbish bag be thrown out of the train which landed on an enormous amount of rubbish next to the rails, spread over a few kms - there was no settlement in view! Poor show! - Margriet I was shocked but not surprised to see how our city is being turned into a massive dump. Our Metro is trying hard to return our city around but they need everyone’s co-operation and that includes the people living in the northern areas. There are some suggestions: 1) Start with the young ones in school, educating them on the dangers of

littering, where rats mice and snakes can take over their homes and make them ill. 2) How about an Incentive Programme where trophies are awarded for excellent work in keeping their area clean and tidy. 3) Install sorting bins in various places and teach them what the bins are for. 4) This could also be a source of income for some of themselves (authorised by the Metro) to take glass, plastic, cardboard, etc. to the various depots, for a remuneration. I hope these ideas will help against the littering. - J. van Eeden The same is happening in Stanford Rd and Durban Rd in Korsten. - Anonymous Maybe I should suggest the following: we have people who are voluntary cleaners therefore mayor can utilise these people for monitoring this mess. I hope my thought will be considered. - Resident from Motherwell NU 6 PE needs an anti-litter campaign! Building rubble is a huge problem everywhere. It’s dumped behind every bush. Ek myself is iemand wat papiere optel en dis ’n skande hoe mense hul vullis kom dump terwyl ons werk. As jy iets sê word dit vir jou gesê dis nie jou jaart nie. Ek het ’n paar adresse wat ek opgetel het maar weet nie vir wie om dit te gee nie. Laat weet my net waar ek dit moet ingee. Dankie The whole Port Elizabeth is a rubbish dump not just Bethelsdorp! - Dalene Beer, Young Park Rubbish and rubble is everywhere in the townships. Plastic bags should be bought back. A kilo of old plastic bags at a nominal fee say R5 will create earnings and clear the environment in no time! The supervisors must come out from their offices and do the follow up after the sweeping of all the streets PE is filthy. Look at Commercial Road. When the Logos Hope ship was in PE I took a team to an outreach programme in Bethelsdorp. There were 2 from the USA, 1 from France and from Zimbabwe. I was so ashamed of the filth! Dumping and littering must be punished severely.- Cathy Stewart In Booysen Park up Montaque Rd at the bend on the left next to the boundary the open space is a dumping place which is not cleaned and is a health hazard in a very big way and need the municipality’s attention ASAP please.


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Illegal electricity: ‘What else can we do?’ CARA­LEE DORFLING ABOUT 26 illegal power connections that are laid across Community Road to Walmer township, could perhaps be a thing of the past shortly. Here multi-coloured power lines flow from a web of tangled connections in an electrical box and lie spread over a section of the busy street. The street is for many a shortcut to various companies and the airport. Annette Lovemore, Mayoral Committee Member for infrastructure, engineering and electricity, last week said the municipality was aware of the problem and would do so-

mething about it within the next two weeks. She confirmed that a budget of R3 million was requested to remove all illegal power connections and to provide legal power supply to Airport Valley at the township. “We are in the process of getting the money signed off and we hope to start with the safe electrification within the next two weeks.” Siphe Aplen, a resident of the township, has admitted that he was one of those who were connecting electricity illegally. “We know the illegal connections are dangerous, but what else can we do if the municipality does not give us electricity?” asked Aplen. “It is not ideal for us to steal power; it’s

Lize Novuyo, a Walmer township resident, said it is part of her everyday routine to jump over illegal power connections.

just the only way we can afford.” Enoch Speelman, also a resident, is well aware of the shock death of Luniko Njikelana (1) in New Brighton recently. The boy died from an illegal power connection which electrified the fence at his aunt’s house. He touched the fence. “I always get scared when I hear about people who died because of the connections, so I never touch the wires. I’m too afraid of shock,” Speelman said. According to a municipal electrician, who wishes to remain anonymous , investigations indicate that residents in the township sell illegal connections at R50 each. “The residents are poor. To pay R50 once for electricity is a win situation for them.

“The problem is that the power flows from 220 Volts which is very dangerous, because the illegal power connections have no power breaker,” he explained. “The person who is shocked, can not just let go of the wire. The electric wire must first burn out before the power can cut off, because there is no power breaker. “ He said it is for this reason that many injuries and even deaths occur due to illegal connections. But he believes it is the stray animals that largely suffer under the illegal power connections. “We often see cows, dogs and goats that were electrocuted here because they pick some-thing up in the grass to chew on and the next moment bite on a power line.”

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Lorraine community equipped with fire trolleys ZELDRÉ STRAUSS SWANEPOEL A DEVASTATING fire in December has shown how community members in the Lorraine area can stand together in times of emergency. The manner in which the community members assisted fire fighters throughout the ordeal also motivated the Fire and Emergency Department to place three mobile fire trolleys with the Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch to use in an event of a fire. The municipality acquired 49 of these trolleys in 2005 and they were then worth R18 000 each. Some of the trolleys have since been placed in various locations such as informal settlements. The trolleys have a capacity of 260 litres and the hose is 20 metres long. “The placement of these trolleys with the Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch is to create a huge helping hand for the Fire and Emergency Department,” explained Doem Erasmus, Senior Divisional Head: Community Safety Division. The Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch welcomed the placement and thanked the Fire and Emergency Services for entrusting them with the trolleys. “Our neighbourhood watch was established in 2006 and as far as I know we are the longest standing, uninterrupted watch in the Bay,” said chairman Peter Graham. “We are a voluntary, self-funded organisation. We go way beyond fighting crime, and I believe that we have shown that in the event of a disaster we can work together. The fire trolleys would also

assist us to be better prepared in future.” Graham explained that the trolleys would be kept at the homes of committee members and that the Watch would have 24 hours access to them. Ward 8 Councillor Gustav Rautenbach said that the trolleys would not only be for Lorraine only, but would also be used to assist in sur-

rounding areas. “The Fire Department has a huge staff shortage and even a shortage of vehicles. This placement will help the community to help the Fire Department by getting to a fire first and get it under control before the Fire Department arrives,” Rautenbach said. Rautenbach added that the issue with over-

From left are Peter Graham (Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch), Gustav Rauten­ bach (Councillor, Ward 8), Doem Erasmus and James Nongwana (NMBM Fire and Emergency Services).

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The fire trolleys being placed with the Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch.

grown private plots remains a headache and often veldfires get fuelled by overgrown areas. “Just last week there was another veldfire in our area. We are seriously looking into the possibility of arson being committed.” Members of the Lorraine Neighbourhood Watch will receive official training in firefighting and first aid at the end of February.


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DIE metropolisie se rol is om meer te doen as net verkeers- en munisipale regulasies toe te pas. Die Nelson Mandelabaai-metro se nuwe metropolisiehoof, Yolande Faro, meen dat dié mag se derde been misdaadbekamping is – en deur juis dit te doen, behoort hulle ’n rol in die oplossing van maatskaplike probleme te speel. “Die metropolisie is verantwoordelik vir wetstoepassing, maar ons moet ook kyk na die kern van wetstoepassing. Wanneer ons maatskaplike misdaadbekamping doen, moet ons dit in samewerking met ander departemente doen,” sê Faro, wat sedert 1 Desember verlede jaar hoof van die metropolisie is. Volgens Faro, wat haarself nou ’n Baaise meisie noem, wil sy ook graag ’n kadetprogram vir jong mense en kinders in die metro begin. “Iets wat my bekommer, is die gebrek aan rolmodelle vir kinders. Kinders moet nie ’n bendelid as glamorous beskou nie. “En dit is waarom ons die kadetprogram in die Kaap begin het. Ons wou kinders voorstel aan ander rolmodelle en hulle aanmoedig om eerder aan die metropolisiebende of die veiligheid- en sekuriteitsbende te behoort.” Kinder- en vrouemishandeling steek Faro dwars in die krop. “Ek wil ook dat ons nou met die gemeenskap werk en ondersteuning bied aan skuilings vir mishandelde vroue en kinders.” Sy is trots op dit wat die metropolisie tot dusver vermag het, veral in die feestyd. “Wat vir my uitgestaan het, is dat die beamptes gees-

driftig is oor hul werk en toegewyd is. Dit gaan nie altyd oor die geld en die ure wat hulle werk nie. “Daar is ’n opregte begeerte by hulle om ’n verskil te maak. Hulle wil verseker dat die inwoners van die metro, sowel as besoekers, veiligheid en sekuriteit geniet.” Sy sê sy weet dat daar baie van die metropolisie verwag word, maar vra dat almal geduldig sal wees en hulle ’n kans gee om in hul poste te groei. Die metropolisielede weet ook wat sy van hulle verwag. “Netheid is baie belangrik vir my. Ek wil nie op jou uniform sien wat jy gister geëet het nie. “Korrupsie is heeltemal uit. Ek het ’n broertjie dood daaraan. As enige lid van die metropolisie korrup is, moet die publiek dit dadelik aanmeld, bewyse verskaf en bereid wees om ’n verklaring daaroor af te lê.” Faro sê die lede se dissipline is ook belangrik. Hulle moet altyd onthou dat hulle in diens is om die gemeenskap te dien, voeg sy by. Sy sê daar is baie wat die metropolisie in die metro kan doen, maar hulpbronne moet daarvoor beskikbaar wees. “Ons kan nie die Kaap vat en hier kom neersit nie, want hier is ander kwessies wat hanteer moet word.” Faro moedig die gemeenskap aan om wenke oor korrupsie of ander inligting aan die metropolisie te gee deur 041 508 5564 te skakel. Sy het ook kerke aangemoedig om haar en die lede te nooi om hul gemeentes oor die werk van die metropolisie toe te spreek. “Ons sal alle inligting vertroulik hanteer. Mense moet nie bang wees om inligting te gee nie,” sê Faro.

Yolande Faro, hoof van die metropolisie in die Nelson Mandelabaai­metro. FOTO: ROSLYN BAATJIES

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Skeepshouer vol boeke vir Baai se skole ALVENÉ APPOLLIS DAAR het letterlik boeke vir Afrika in ’n roeskleurige skeepshouer vanuit Amerika vir leerlinge in Port Elizabeth aangekom. Dié reusevrag vir behoeftige laer- en hoërskole in Nelson Mandelabaai het verlede Donderdag aangeland en bevat ensiklopedieë, klassieke boeke, romans, storieboeke vir kleuters, gidse vir die klaskamer asook ’n boek of twee oor Amerikaanse sport – leesstof waaroor baie slegs kan droom. Hiermee hoop hoofde dat die boekwurm opnuut by skole sal nesskop. “Daar is tot boekies en opvoedkundige speelgoed vir my kindertjies met leerbehoeftes,” sê Belinda Allie, waarnemende skoolhoof by Bayview Primary School in Helenvale. “Baie van my kinders het fetale alkoholsindroom (FAS) en ons skole in die noordelike voorstede kan nie eens iets eenvoudig soos boublokke bekostig nie. Dit was ’n reusetaak om die boeke en ander hulpmiddels uit te sorteer en seker te maak dat alle skole hul deel kry. “Die lekker ding van skole in die noordelike gebiede is dat ons mekaar se behoeftes ken, ons weet dus wat vir wie sal werk.” In die 12 m lange skeepshouer was ook klere, sporttoerusting en gereedskap vir die klaskamer wat deur die United States African Fellow-

hip bymekaargemaak is. Die Amerikaners het deur die Teba-trust, wat juis skoolprojekte in landelike dele van die OosKaap bedryf, van die behoefte aan boeke in skole in Nelson Mandelabaai se townships en noordelike voorstede te hore gekom. Dis tóé dat die Teba-trust met die Helping Hands-trust, wat deur Nelson Mandelabaai se metro-sekuriteit ondersteun word, plan maak om in dié behoeftes te voorsien. “Een van Helping Hands se fokusse vanjaar is onderwys en om dié landskap – veral tussen die onderwyser, die leerling en die gemeenskap – te verbeter,” verduidelik Achmat Mohamed, voorsitter van die Helping Hands-trust. “Ons het die geleentheid aangegryp met die doelwit om ’n beter atmosfeer vir leer in ons skole te skep. Ons wil ook die kultuur van lees en die liefde daarvoor weer terugbring, maar dit gaan nie nét oor lees nie, maar dat kinders verstaan wat hulle lees.” Mohamed glo dat as ’n kind van kleins af met begrip lees, dit leerwerk in hoër grade makliker sal maak. “By die skole in die ou Transkei het ons vier jaar gelede al leesprojekte begin as deel van ons maatskaplike opheffingswerk en dié vrag na Nelson Mandelabaai is die begin van ’n soortgelyke projek,” sê Derick Elbrecht, uitvoerende hoof van die Teba-trust. “Daar het ons al aan 100 skole vragte boeke Ceano Allie, hoof­ seun aan die Sanctor High School, en Randey Thorne, onderhoofmeisie aan dié skool, sit in die skadu van die skeepshouer waarin die groot geskenk vervoer is, met die boeke wat hulle gekies het. Ceano lees Ros Suskind se boek, A Hope in the Unseen, terwyl Randey haar op Titanic Crossing van Barbara Williams toespits.

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Van links delf Veronique Heemro in gr. 12 aan die Sanctor High School, Nadeerah Abader, ’n Engelsonderwyseres by Sanctor, Nicki Hufkie, ’n Engelsonderwyseres aan die Chatty Senior Secondary School, en Rostin Greeff, in gr. 9 aan die Bethelsdorp Comprehensive School, deur die boekeskatkis. FOTO’S: ALVENÉ APPOLLIS verskaf, maar saam met die leesprogram moet daar byvoorbeeld ook in skole debatte gevoer word en spelkompetisies gehou word.” Soos Mohamed glo Elbrecht ook dat lees skole se matriekuitslae op die lange duur kan verbe-

ter. Elbrecht sê Teba doen juis tans ’n impakstudie om te kyk hoe die uitslae by skole waar die program aangebied word, verbeter het. “As ons eers die statistieke het, kan ons werklik sien hoe dit werk.”

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Local resident crowned Mrs Africa World 2017 ANIKA DE BEER SHE went from being the only finalist from the Eastern Cape in the competition to becoming a Top 40 finalist, and, last year in December, Noni Mbete’s hard work finally paid off when she was graced with a Mrs Africa international title after being crowned Mrs Africa World 2017. Mbete (27), who lives in Walmer, Port Elizabeth, with her husband, Zukile Mbete, and their two children, Mbali and Amile, is a versatile business woman who runs her own company called MbaMile Holdings and is a self-proclaimed humanitarian. MbaMile Holdings is an outdoor media business and was named after Mbete’s daughters. The humanitarian aspect made her a perfect candidate for the Mrs Africa competition as it required them to work closely

with charities, safe havens and other similar organizations. “I plan to continue with my humanitarian work. I have my own foundation called Resolute Women Campaign where I supply matric dance dresses to underprivileged young girls. I plan to add motivational talks with the girls as I’ve noticed the need for this in some of our communities in Port Elizabeth,” Mbete said. She plans to expand Resolute Women to a national level. “I will also continue working closely with Yokhuselo Haven, a safe haven for women suffering from domestic violence, and The Tamsanqa project, a children’s home in Motherwell that’s close to my heart,” she continued. Mbete became an inspiration to women everywhere, especially young mothers and married women, when she made the Top 10 and was crowned Mrs Africa World 2017 at

a ceremony that took place at The Protea Hotel in OR Tambo on December 16, 2016. “I carry this title with so much joy, knowing I’ve made the Eastern Cape proud. I will continue doing my absolute best as I prepare for the Mrs Worldwide International competition in Singapore in August.” Mbete also received the Best Interview Award and the Best National Costume Award during the course of the Mrs Africa Pageant. As part of her new title, she will be flown to international destinations to represent the African continent. Should anyone be interested in assisting her in her humanitarian endeavours, she can be found on Facebook at Noni Mbete - Mrs Africa World 2017. ; Port Elizabeth resident Noni Mbete was crowned Mrs Africa World 2017.

KOMPETISIE: Wen DVD van nuwe Afrikaanse kinderanimasie ‘Mannaland’ MET die stralende sukses van die Suid-Afrikaanse 3D-animasie industrie kom daar nog ’n belowende kreatiewe span na vore. Uligu Animasie en Montana Studios het hulle eerste produk in die vorm van ’n 5-episode DVD-reeks, met die naam van Mannaland geloods. Daar is drie baie oulike en kleurvolle karaktertjies; Elly die Olifant, Ronny die Renoster en Hugo die Seekoei. Die karaktertjies vermaak die jongspan en leer hulle van belangrike sosiale verantwoordelikheidsonderwerpe soos water besparing, gehoorsaamheid, fluksheid, geloof en liefde. Verder kan daar ook lekker op die nuwe Afrikaanse liedjies baljaar word.

As deel van elke episode is daar ’n Bybelverhaal wat dien as ’n inleiding tot die Woord. “Ons is lief vir Afrikaans en wil bydra tot die groei daarvan. Ons voel ook dat daar nie genoeg materiaal beskikbaar is wat bydra tot ’n goeie morele kompas vir kinders nie, veral nie in Afrikaans nie,” het Martin Geyer, stigter van Uligu Animasie, gesê.

“Dit was nog altyd my droom om voltyds animasie te doen, maar daar was nooit regtig geleenthede in SuidAfrika nie. Soos meeste illustreerders en storie-vertellers het ek ook geabsorbeer geraak in die advertensie-wese. Ek het so tussendeur ’n suksesvolle loopbaan, in my vrye tyd, my droom nagejaag deur selfstudie. Dit het baie jare van harde werk geneem,

maar nou begin die droom bymekaar kom.” Mannaland (seisoen 1) is nasionaal in Desember 2016 geloods en daar sal ook ’n bykomstige Android-speletjie beskikbaar wees. “Ons het klein, nuuskierige handjies in ag geneem met die vervaardiging van die program. Dis eenvoudig en lekker interaktief en daar kan nie maklik uit die program ‘ontsnap’ word nie,” het Geyer gesê. Mannaland is beskikbaar by Christelike winkels. Wen! Wen! Wen!

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Tourists thrilled with Bay’s variety REPORTER TOURISTS from across the globe visited the Nelson Mandela Bay over the December holiday, experiencing what turned out to be a very successful summer filled with various fun holiday activities. The summer offered ideal weather conditions to perfectly complement the festive events that allowed tourists to experience not only the beach, but also a variety of wildlife, heritage and adventure activities. “Through marketing an array of attractions and activities available in Nelson Mandela Bay (NMB) and a manner in which to make them accessible and affordable, visitors were able to experience these and, therefore, find the destination more desirable for extended stays, which contributed to increased tourism numbers and a successful summer season,” confirmed Mandlakazi Skefile, Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism CEO. While the summer season is not yet behind us, NMBT provided preliminary result indicators that show the local tourism sector’s success. These results show that approximately 393 615 bed nights were sold in NMB during December 2016 at an average occupancy of 79.34%, which is up by 6.98%. It is estimated that about 267 848 overnight visitors came to NMB, spending close to R402 766 150, compared to the previous year’s R357 429 685. Based on NMBT’s occupancy surveys, it was found that during December 2016, 72 226 (18.35%) of the bed nights sold were foreign, compared to 30 462 (8.72%) last year. Based on the methodology used by NMBT, from the number of bed nights sold, it can be derived that there were about of 23 033 foreign overnight visitors in NMB during the month. The foreign direct amount spent in NMB for the month is estimated to be R62 364 102. The top 10 foreign countries’ visitors staying in formal accommodation, as reported on by accommodation facilities, came from Germany, the United Kingdom, Netherlands, France, Switzerland, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Australia, and Brazil. Therefore, the top 3 foreign countries indicate positive results on the marketing investments NMBT made into these markets throughout the year. December 2016 saw 321 389 (81.65%) bed nights sold to the domestic tourism market. Based on the methodology from the bed nights sold, NMBT can derive that there were about 241 043 domestic overnight visitors in NMB during the month, spending an estimated R340 402 048, using 2015 indicators. The success of the marketing and campaign efforts also showed in the increase in the number of Nelson Mandela Bay Pass cards sold. To date, the festive season has seen the Nelson Mandela Bay Pass sales increase by 131%, generating a total of R226 835 in revenue. The most popular attractions in NMB over the summer, shown by the usage of the Nelson Mandela Bay Pass, included Adrenalin Addo’s double zipline, the Sundays River Ferry, sandboarding at Sundays River Adventures, as well as surf lessons and beachfront bicycle hired from Ocean Side Surf store. Many were thrilled with NMB’s offerings and were happy to share and recommend their experiences through the digital campaign called “#Sharethebay”. To date, over 8 000 images have been uploaded with the hashtag. The campaign created ambassadors and marketers out of locals and visitors, allowing others to be enticed to explore the NMB’s offerings. Skefile further confirmed, “Initiatives such as the Nelson Mandela Bay Travel App, Nelson Mandela Bay Pass, as well as the campaigns, are all tools that assist to effectively market the destination and allow the visitors’ experience to be enhanced by convenience and affordability.”

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VERSLAGGEWER DF Malherbe se jaarlikse kleure- atletiekbyeenkoms het plaasgevind op 16 Januarie by die Westbourne Oval. Die verskeie atletiekspanne (groen, blou, rooi, oranje en wit) het goeie spangees getoon deur die loop van die dag. Saskia Wait het die rekord gebreek het vir die dogters O/16 100m en 200m naellope. Haar tye was 26,63 sekondes in die 100m resies en 12,75 sekondes vir die 200m. Kean Vermaak het ook die diskus vir seuns O/16 rekord met ’n afstand van 34,73 meter gebreek.

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Pearson to host Interact Fun Run REPORTER THE Pearson High School Interact Club will be hosting the Gold 5km Fun Run in aid of the CHOC Childhood Cancer Foundation. “We have named our event the

Gold Fun Run because a gold ribbon is the symbol of children’s cancer awareness,” said Lauren Stevenson, Pearson’s Interact Secretary. The event will be involving the entire city. Various schools and their Interact clubs are joining Pearson in raising money for cancer pa-

tients. “We believe this event represents the true spirit of the friendly city as it unites its citizens while helping those in need,” Stevenson said. The Gold 5km Fun Run will take place on February 4 at Pearson High School.

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Renowned pianist Rocco de Villiers will be hosting a fundraising concert in aid of Cape Recife High School on March 3 in the school hall. The concert is at 6:30pm for 7pm. Tickets are R100 per person and can be purchased from the school or Westway Café in Cape Road. For more info, contact 041 583 2147. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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The 93rd River Mile will be rebranded as the SPAR Summer Festival to cater for a broader audience, organisers announced on January 23. Michael Zoetmulder of Zsports said that, in consultation with the partners, they had decided to change the name of one of Port Elizabeth’s longest running sports events to shift the focus from a purely swimming angle to that of a family festival. “We want to attract more families so that they can enjoy the surroundings, activities and entertainment,” said Zoetmulder. “It was felt that by calling it the River Mile we lost the attention of families who aren’t into swimming. There’s so much more to this event than just swimming.” SPAR EC advertising and promotions controller Roseann Shadrach confirmed their desire to promote the family aspect of the festival. “We all lead very busy lives but we feel it is important to find a balance and events like this encourage family time.” Shadrach added they had

been involved with the festival for 18 years and that it tied it in with their key values. The Summer Festival, which is hosted by the resort town of Cannonville, is again expected to attract around 5000 participants in a variety of events on February 25 and 26. The festival will culminate in the mile feature races for men and women, in which both Bay Eagles’ Daniel Jones and PE Amateur Swimming Club’s Hannah Haswell, took their second consecutive victories last year. A new event, Anything That Floats, has also been introduced to cater for those of a more leisurely nature. Zoetmulder said the latter would add to the fun element they wanted to create. “It is free to enter. Just bring your float and tackle a half-mile trip with the incoming tide on the Sundays River.” Apart from Anything That Floats, the programme includes the Wimpy 5km family fun run and mountain bike races, as well as the double mile, half-mile and disabled mile swimming numbers. To enter or for more info, go to www.zsports.co.za.


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Die hard ‘Birdies’ to celebrate rugby club’s 126th year HEILIE COMBRINCK SWIFTS Rugby Club is a real die hard club. Not only is it the only rugby club in South Africa which was founded by a Priest, but most probably also the only club being celebrated long after its activities stopped during 1991. “Birdies” as often referred to Swift rugby players, will flock to Uitenhage on February 5 to attend the annual Swifts Rugby Club memorial service and reunion at St Katharine’s Church. “It is remarkable that the feeling of camaraderie is still so strong,” said Cicil Hayward, one of the die hard Swifts rugby players and an organiser of the reunion. Coats as goal posts During 1891, Reverend Charles Bloomer Jecks of St Katharine’s Anglican Church in Uitenhage, selected a team of youngsters from the church choir and entered them in the local junior rugby league. At first they were called the “Choir Rugby Team” but within the same year, the team resulted in the establishment of Swifts Rugby Football Club. During the first games, there were no goal posts and coats were apparently placed on the field to mark the post positions. Whenever there was a kick, the referee had to decide if it was high enough to count as points. Popularity of the game Came World War I (1914-1918) the club was dormant as 86 Swifts players volunteered for duty with 14 of these men never to return. As soon as the war ended, Swift players took to the rugby field, playing to raise funds for Red Cross and other organisations with an interest in humanitarian services. In between the two World Wars, many Swifts players were selected for Eastern Province teams. During 1935 the entire Swifts back line played for the province. The Swifts’ first team in 1962 played 18 consecutive games without being beaten. They then lost to Parks and again

played another 16 unbeaten games with only 1 drawn. “Uitenhage would never have been the same if it was not for Swifts. The club meant a lot to the town; not only to those loving sport, but also to local businesses,” said Hayward. “In those days Swifts was the place where business deals were made. Local business supported the club big time and it was a popular club where prominent business people mingled.” Something similar was mentioned in the Swifts Rugby Club centenary album: “The local Chamber of Commerce invariably closed shops on Saturday afternoons when Swifts played the Crusader team.” A typical match during 1921 was reported in the then local press as: “Everyone in Uitenhage talked football and nothing else seemed to matter but this great rugby game. The crowd numbered over 4 700 and there were 94 cars. There could not have been many people left in town. They came in donkey carts, motor cars, cabs and ‘shanks pony’. There was a huge invasion from the Bay. 836 Bayonians came up by train.” Save the date: Sunday, February 5 The annual Swifts Rugby Club memorial service will be held at St Katharine’s Church at 11am for 11:30am on Sunday, February 5. Afterwards there will be a gathering in the parish hall for treats and tea. Different to all the previous reunions, there will be no braai to follow the service, but attendees are most welcome to join in camaraderie at Uitenhage Cricket Club (opposite Uitenhage Indoor Sports Centre) for refreshments. Enquiries: All old Swifts members, supporters and their families are welcome to attend. There are no tickets and no fees, but attendance should be confirmed for catering purposes. Enquiries: Cicil Hayward 041 922 7936; Dirk Albertyn 041 966 1680 or John Millson 041 583 1773.

The annual Swifts Rugby Club memorial service and reunion will be held at St Katharine’s Church in Uitenhage on Sunday, February 5. Here are some of the first team players captured during a previous reunion. At the back from left are Barend Olifant, Brian McNicol, Ian Krain, Cicil Hayward and Peter “Monkey” Biljon. In front are John Millson, Hennie Oosthuizen and Steven MacDonald. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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Black wins aQuelle 2km in swim upset FIFTEEN-year-old Pearson High School scholar, Slater Black, caused an upset on Sunday morning during the 7th Round of the popular and unique aQuellé Ocean Racing Series at Hobie Beach by beating Series favourite Daniel Jones in the 2km swim. This is just the second time since January 2015 that Jones has lost an Ocean Racing Series swim and, whilst still a firm favourite for the overall Series title again this year in the 2km swim, he will be upset to have broken his unbeaten run since this same weekend in January 2015. Black, an up and coming swimmer, has enjoyed a great season so far and must surely feel that he’s in with a chance of lifting the SPAR River Mile title at the end of next month to emulate his mother, Joannie Coetzer, who won this historic race in 1995 and 1996. Sundays Ocean Racing Series saw another bumper crowd taking part with fantastic beach conditions on offer. Pearson Head Boy, Ian Venter, remains unbeaten in the 1km Swim, taking R7 honours ahead of Cole Craig, another rapidly improving swimmer who’s going to

cause upsets, with newly crowned EP Olympic Distance Triathlon Champion, Keegan Cooke, in third place. For the ladies in the 1km it was Kirsten Marriott ahead of Hannah Counihan and Rebecca Newman. In the 2km Swim, Black finished just 22 seconds ahead of Jones with Flippie van der Spuy, whilst Black’s 13-year-old sister, Paige, also caused an upset by beating Chane De Jager into second place with Natalie Tissink in third place. Local swimming legend, Kevin Richards, won the 3km swim from Jared Jordan with Cape Town swimmer Andrew Turner in third place whilst Woodridge College learner, Amica De Jager won the ladies 3km swim from Hannah Haswell and Idelette Olivier. In the 400m swim it was once again young Tiara Finnis who won the ladies’ race from Megan Hough and Paige West with Divan Fourie winning the men’s race from Charl De Langer and Tristan Harding. In the 5km Beach Run Andrew Armstrong won from Xolisa Tshona and James Barnardt with Tara Sacke beating Sanet Owen and Dawn Denysschen.

In the 5km Beach Walk Grobbie Grobler was the victor ahead of Juan Slabbert and Heiri Schuck with Taryn Ferreira getting the ladies’ gold ahead of Mile Vermaak and Athasanda Makanjana. Kids 1km Beach Run Results

Boys 6 and under 1 Jamie Aukett; 2 Kyle Rosser; 3 Max Owen; Boys 11 to 12 1 Siphamandla Ndzandze; 2 Christopher Williams; 3 Mario Windvogel; Boys 7 to 8 1 Aiden Joubert; 2 Zac Reid; 3 Luqmaan Coetzee; Boys 9 to 10 1 Daniel Richter; 2 Neal Marais; 3 Keenan Terblanche; Girls 6 and under 1 Anette Van Der Spuy; 2 Lauren Duckworth; 3 Kaitlyn Richter; Girls 7 to 8 1 Hunter Dutton; 2 Jessi Whitebooi; 3 Ava Iverson; Girls 9 to 10 1 Abbie Mitchell; 2 Hannah Charles; 3 Amber Joubert; Girls 11 to 12 1 Kerri-Lee Barnard; 2 Ilze Hattingh; 3 Lara Kleinhans; For full results see www.oceanracingseries.com. Next round of the aQuellé Ocean Racing Series will be on Sunday, February 12.

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I I E B A C H E L O R O F C O M M E R C E - D I S TA N C E Programme description: The IIE Bachelor of Commerce distance degree provides graduates with a broad-based business qualification that is invaluable in forging a career within the world of business by offering students a quality learning experience in the contemporary, dynamic and interesting field of Strategic Management and Marketing Management. Graduates will enter the business world with solid theoretical knowledge supported by vital problem solving, critical thinking, decision-making and strategic skills. This Bachelor’s degree provides graduates with a highly marketable balance of knowledge, practical application and skills. Next programme starts: Monday 6 February (evening) The IIE BCOM distance degree is accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) as a 366 credit qualification on level 7 (SAQA ID: 84706). Entrance requirements apply.

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IIE BACHELOR OF COMMERCE HONOURS IN MANAGEMENT Programme description: The IIE Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Management (part-time) aims to develop critical thinking and reflective skills in graduates holding a Bachelor of Commerce (with one of the management disciplines at NQF level 7) or equivalent degree. In line with industry demand, this degree will build on a broad knowledge base of business developed at undergraduate level in order to deepen students’ insight and expertise in the core fields of management. Duration: 18 months Next programme starts: Monday 6 March (evening) The IIE Bachelor of Commerce Honours in Management (part-time) degree is accredited by the Council on Higher Education (CHE) and is registered with the South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF) as a 120 credit qualification on level 8 (SAQA ID: 97601). Entrance requirements apply.

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Amica De Jager winning the 3km Ocean Swim at Sunday’s aQuellé Ocean Racing Series at Hobie Beach. PHOTO: MICHAEL SHEEHAN

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The Case For Valtteri Bottas BY now the news has spread far and wide that Mercedes have, officially, picked Valtteri Bottas to partner Lewis Hamilton at Mercedes for the 2017 season. Instinctively, the dominant question will be how he will shape up against his threetime world champion teammate. It wasn’t the electrifying choice many were looking for but Bottas is a known quantity with a solid track record, literally. He isn’t considered as exciting as a Max Verstappen but that has more to do with his circumstances rather than his ability.

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. The Fedhealth XTERRA Kids on February 10. This includes the 6-8 years category (50m Swim, 1,5km Cycle, 1km Run); 9-11 years (100m Swim, 5km Cycle, 2km Run) and 12-15 years (200m Swim, 10km Cycle, 3km Run). . The Fedhealth XTERRA Full: 1.5km swim, 28km MTB, 12km trail run on February 11. . The XTERRA Trail Run: 12km and/or 6km on February 12. . The Fedhealth XTERRA Lite: 400m swim, 12km MTB, 6km trail run on February 12.

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De Kock shows how to do it AFTER an at times uncertain start early in his first-class career, Quinton de Kock is fast shaping up as one of the Proteas’ finest prospects in quite a while. The left-hander who started his national career as an opening bat with Hashim Amla and a wicket-keeper of special quality, has in more recent times become the Proteas’ “Go-to man”, the sort of player who can be counted on – particularly in a tight spot – to hold an innings together even in the face of the toughest odds. Nor has it been easy – not by a long chalk. But he has come along nicely since then, starting with his Test debut in February 2014 against Australia in Port Elizabeth that followed his ODI debut against New Zealand in Paarl the year before. You could see it coming; what’s more, from some way off. Born on December 17 1992 he was educated at Jo’burg’s King Edwards School, joining a long list of prominent cricketers from that cradle of greats – among them South African captain Ali Bacher, Neil McKenzie and yet another Proteas’ skipper, Graeme Smith. It’s not surprising the young man who of late has been sporting a dashing moustache, has blossomed at such a rapid rate. The 25-year-old not only captained the SA Under-19 team, but was also the team’s leading run-maker in the 2012 Junior World Cup. Showing the sort of class not only with the bat but also behind the stumps, he soon stamped his ability on the franchise scene, playing first for the Lions until 2011, then the Titans. This in turn led to his blossoming career in the Indian Premier League with the Sunrisers Hyderabad, bought in those early days (2013) for a mere $203 674. Then after his good performances for the Pro-

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EAST London’s Jason Thoresen will be taking on the Standard Bank Ironman 70.3 South Africa in a suit. Not a tri-suit, a full formal suit – in bright orange. He will be taking on this challenge in aid of the Ironman 4 the Kidz Charity Trust. Thoresen has worked with many young people affected by HIV, and is aiming at raising funds and awareness for children in need and has teamed up with the Ironman 4 the Kidz Charity Trust to make it happen. The Ironman 4 the Kidz Charity Trust is the official charity of Ironman South Africa and will once again be raising funds for four children’s-based beneficiaries in East London. “The suit idea came purely from the fact that we brainstormed many ideas and were searching for something different, something people could appreciate and know that this has to be a difficult task, so we can make this count,” said Thoresen. Thoresen has had to get used to the feeling of racing in a full suit, managing heat and

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99

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R239

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SUPERIOR SHEEN - WHITE

AQUA BONDING LIQUID

WATER BASED BONDING, AGENT FOR POWDERY WALLS, PEELING PAINT AND CRACKFILLA

5L

TOP QUALITY FULL SHEEN TOTALLY WASHABLE AND SCRUBBABLE INT/EXT UV RESISTANT R20 tinting changes on 40 standard colours

5L

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from

20L

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TRADE ROOF ACRYLIC

UV RESISTANT LOW SHEEN QUALITY ROOF PAINT No Tinting charge 5 Standard Colours

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20L

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1L

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5L

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WONDERTEX TRADE TEXTURE WHITE

UV RESISTANT GRANULAR TEXTURED, TOUGH WASHABLE, INT/EXT R20 tinting changes on 40 standard colours

Opening Times: Monday - Friday 08:00 - 17:00 Saturday: 08:00 - 13:00 Sunday: 09:00 - 12:00

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292 Cape Road Tel: 041 363 2629

From only

Prices are valid for 1 month

WHILE STOCKS LAST VAT incl. E&OE

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PE EXPRESS | WEDNESDAY 25 JANUARY 2017

PROMOTIONS III

FREEWAY • FOODWORLD • HYPERSAVE

Prices valid from the 25th January until the 3rd Febraury KRAYONS P/JELLY 250ML

+FREE BABY SOAP 100G

CLERE GLYCERINE 100ML

CLERE BODY CREAM 300ML

R19

99

R15

Shower to Shower Roll Ons 50ml

R8

99

99

R12

99

FREE

PLAYGIRL DEO 90ML

HART POT 11.25LT

R16

99

HART POT 50LT

R99

99

ZAMA CHAIRS

R19

99

R349

99

R699

99

ALLEGRA 6PCE GLASSES

J7 Hart pots 10pce

RATTAN LINEN BASKETS

R49

99

9INC CLEAR PLATES

RECT GLASS BOWLS AND LID

R99

99

R6

99

FROM

R15

99

90 L BATH

5PCE BOWL SET

R19

R49

TEA CUP 6PCE

99

R19

99

BACK TO SCHOOL JUICE BOTTLE 350ML

R19

R7

R149

99

LUNCH BOXES FROM

R14

99

99

99

16 PCE DINNER SET

STRAWBERRY TUMB 3PCE

FLOWER TUMB 3PCE

R5

99

99

MAQ 2KG

BUCKET 9LT

R32

99

R8

99

KOO BAKE BEANS 410G

R8

99

PAN COOKING OIL 2LT

R29

99

TOILET PAPER 10'S

R9

99

DRINK O-POP 5G

CUDDLERS NAPPIES

R104

99

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R0

79

JUMBO SUGAR 2KG

R24

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AQUELLA 500ML

99

R5

99

2kg

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We accept all major cards

Dress Fabrics | Curtaining | Upholstery | Haberdashery | Bridal Fabrics | Sewing Machine Parts

RED DOT SALE

KIDS PRINTED ORGANZA 150cm

T’s & C’s apply

UPHOLSTERY

(30 DIFFERENT DESIGNS) 150cm

TRILOBAL

Was R79,99p/m

Was R24,99p/m

150cm

Was R69,99p/m

Was R29,99p/m

PRINTED SLINKY

150cm

R19,99p/m R49,99p/m R49,99p/m R19,99p/m

PRINTED CHIFFON TURKISH VOILE MINI MATT CURTAINING (POLY STRETCH) 150cm 280CM 150cm Was R44,99p/m Was R49,99p/m

BON BON 150cm

Was R69,99p/m

Was R24,99p/m

R34,99p/m R29,99p/m R19,99p/m R59,99p/m DRAPING & LINING FABRIC etc. PRINTED VISCOSE 150cm

150cm - 180cm

Was R14,99p/m

Was R59,99p/m

CHAIR COVERS PONJEE LINING (Black & White)

150cm

Was R39,99ea

WAS R15,99p/m

R8,99p/m R49,99p/m R29,99ea R12,99p/m

WE STOCK A WIDE RANGE OF HABERDASHERY &TRIMMINGS

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