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ack home after a two week ordeal that included four days in a Delhi prison, all 62 year-old Ishara Devi Lutchman wanted to do was rest. She arrived at King Shaka International Airport from Delhi at 5.30 pm on Tuesday afternoon this week. Among those welcoming her home was an overjoyed Spaga Lutchman, her husband, who just days before had to be admitted to St Anne’s Hospital with a stressrelated heart attack induced by the traumatic episode. She had been allowed to leave India and return home after family and friends found a local person to stand as guarantor and raised the R70 000 required as surety by the Indian High Court before they would allow her to return to South Africa. She has to return to India

when the court formally files charges against her for contravening India’s Firearms Control Act. If she wins her case, the money will be refunded. The ordeal started just over two weeks ago when she and her travelling companions, her sister and brother-in-law, arrived at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport for a flight to Nepal to visit the Himalayas. As they were clearing through the airport to board the aircraft, airport security found a 9 mm round in her luggage. She was detained on charges of contravening India’s Arms Control Act and transferred to a female prison where she spent four days before being released on bail.

Men charged with murder denied bail Shivani Chetty hree men charged with the murder of a man near the 14 Steps Pub in Debi Place, had their bail applications successfully opposed at the Pietermaritzburg Magistrates Court on Monday this week. The case was adjourned so that details


required by the court could be verified. The men were remanded in custody until the court case resumes on Thursday (6 March). The three suspects, who had allegedly beaten a man to death on 23 February, were arrested on 27 February. The magistrate said that there were insufficient grounds for the court to grant bail.

Last week Lutchman’s son, Colin, and family friend Rumen Maistry, who is a police captain and advocate, flew to India to support her in her “bizarre” legal battle protesting her innocence. Public Eye joined the fray on her

behalf and sent an urgent fax to the Indian Consul General, protesting the heavy-handed treatment meted out to her. Last week Friday, Rumen Maistry commented that the process had been lengthy but that

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irector of Msunduzi Pietermaritzburg Tourism, Dumisani Mhlongo met with Midlands Meander general manager and Karen Kohler, research manager for Tourism KZN Natal at the Tourism Hub on Wednesday afternoon. They were exploring collaborative projects and looking at ways of analysing tourism activities and changing trends in Pietermaritzburg and Midlands.

counsel in India had secured a court order to allow Lutchman to have her passport and luggage returned to her. The local community rallied around her throughout the ordeal, sending character references her employer, St Anne’s Hospital, colleagues, friends, and her family in support of her bail application. Spaga Lutchman expressed his joy that his wife was back home. He said that family is relieved to have her back home but are still concerned about her wellbeing. “When she came home, she didn’t even speak – she could not yet tell us what she has been through,” Spaga lamented.

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eputy Finance Minister Nhlanhla Nene has cautioned against appointments of people who are not suitably qualified to government departments and entities. He was speaking during a breakfast meeting at Imperial Hotel organised by leading audit firm Morar Incorporated on Saturday. His remark came as response to one of the questions from the audience that included local business figures and government officials. “The fact of the matters is you cannot take a nurse and put them in the position of CFO,” said Nene. He stressed that it remained government’s commitment to ensure that no money goes to waste. “Most often when people

speak of government spending, they often remark that politicians are wasting taxpayer’s money forgetting that even us public representatives are taxpayers so it also our money and there it remains important that we make sure that it is spent wisely”, emphasized Nene. According to Nene the budget reflected government’s commitment in infrastructure development, providing assistance to small business and spending more on education and training. Aside from this he also cited job creation in which government aims to create 6 million jobs over the next five years through the Expanded Public Works Programme while R10 billion will go towards assisting the

manufacturing sector. Earlier on Finance MEC Ina Cronje urged the private sector to take advantage of the government’s youth subsidy scheme by employing young people. According to Morar Incorporated Managing Director Roshan Morar, the post budget breakfast which has become an annual affair in the capital city is important as it enables local businesses to have a better understanding on the meaning of the national budget and business opportunities it presents. Morar Incorporated has pledged to form a committee consisting of 20 business men and women to meet with government regularly.

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longter to the origistandnal agreement of Aaron ing feud 1983 in which Chetty (left) over ownership he was to have and his late of their home has taken over the mother in law caused divisions in house on her ‘Sister Marie’ a Northdale family. death since he Pillay The house at 7 had faithfully Karupana Road, maintained his off Bombay Road side of the conin Newholme, was tract. for much of her life the home of the late Further conAvnatchamma Pillay, affectionately known flict arose when Aaron Chetty ‘discovered’ as ‘Sister Marie’ by the members of the in June last year that the municipality was church to which she belonged. owed R17 512.88 in accumulated unpaid She shared her home with her daughlights, water and rates bills. ter (who died in 1991), son-in-law Aaron He maintains that he was under the Chetty and her three grandchildren Daniel, impression that Adrian, who had inherAdrian and Beverley. ited the property, had agreed to pay the Originally a sub-economic municipal bills. Fearing that the electricity would be housing scheme house, she was offered an disconnected, Aaron Chetty went to the opportunity to purchase the house from the municipal offices to plead his case and municipality in 1988 and finally awarded agreed to pay R490 a month on what was ownership of the house in terms of the post owing over and above the monthly lights, 1994 new national housing programme. water and rates account. Prior to that an agreement had been In an interview with Public Eye, Adrian entered into between Sister Marie and her Chetty disagreed. son-in-law in 1983 in which Aaron Chetty “My father is a liar. I have been sendassumed joint responsibility for municipal ing him money for years – a few hundred a services debts incurred by the property. It month – that could have covered rates over was agreed that the house would eventuthese years. It would make no sense for me ally be ceded to Aaron Chetty on condition to pay rates, lights and water for a house that he housed and cared for Sister Marie I do not live in when I still need to find Pillay for the rest of her life. money for rent, water and electricity here Four days before Sister Marie died in in Johannesburg.” 2004 at the age of 83 she drew up a will A visibly hurt Aaron Chetty responded: with the assistance of Pastor David Peru“As the father of these boys I have always mal of Epheses International Christian Fel- tried to help them out where I can. I don’t lowship, leaving the house to her grandson know why my boys would ever do this to Adrian, now 37 and living with his wife in me when I love them so dearly”. Gauteng. This, says Aaron Chetty, was coun-

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t is an established fact that state events turn into ANC party election events. The burning question is why did the opening of Chota Motala Interchange take two years? The bridge was opened two years ago. An obvious question is why now? Buses were hired to bring in supporters to this event.

T-shirts were distributed to supporters; also meals were given after the event. It appears that the Transport Department funded the T-shirts and meals. This is a dirty shame on the ANC structures to use the state resources to find favor with the electorate. It is no wonder that depart-

ments controlled by the ANC government are in a critical mess. Many of the municipalities managed by the ANC are under administration. It is difficult to find a role model within the ANC structures to head the country. J J Pillay

World attention on Oscar trial


he spotlight once again is directed on South Africa as the Oscar trial begins. Questions as to why he shot his model girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp four times through the toilet door need to be answered. Permission to televise the proceedings from the High Court in Pretoria has been granted with limitations in place that cannot be violated. This is a victory in terms


of access to information since this trial has been dubbed a high profile case. Let’s hope the state has done its homework in terms of evidence and has a watertight case to secure a conviction or the defence can poke holes in the State’s evidence to cast doubt in the mind of the Judge. In the Oscar trial, our judicial system is being showcased around

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eing a teacher myself, it disgusts me to know of the behavior displayed at Springhaven Primary School during the past two months. Receiving complaints from my daughter on a daily basis regarding the behavior of young male teachers is not something I look forward to. From these “boys” hitting and pushing our children to being promiscuous in front of them. I’d hate for my daughter to be close to any of that nonsense be it in front of her or in some dark corner. Schools are meant for

teaching and sports not teachers being there with hidden agendas. Having spoken to other parents about this matter it was brought to my attention that complaints were lodged at the school a month ago regarding these very same teachers and their behavior, but it seems as if no action has been taken. Whether it be a lack of experience or a lack of a qualification that does not give any teacher or adult the right to lay a hand on another person’s child. Angered parents Bombay Heights

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n Monday the deputy principal of TPA Primary School, Mr Sewpersad instructed grade 7 boys to beat up boys from grade 5. The grade 5 boys were kicked and beaten by the grade 7s. But the deputy principal claims he only told the boys to beat the younger kids up to scare them. How can we trust someone who

incites violence amongst children? What if these kids were seriously injured? Sewpersad, being a figure of authority, should have known better and should be taken to task for these actions by the school governing body or the Department of Education. Anonymous

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Yes I will! say CANSA volunteers Shivani Chetty he popular annual CANSA Shavathon took place at shopping centres around the city on Saturday last weekend. “We’re doing well. This is an excellent venue for our Shavathon,” said Premla Naidoo, reporting from the Save Hyper stand.


Shavathon at Liberty Midlands Mall also reported good attendances. “Support has been great so far,” said volunteers at the stall. “I’ll do anything to support those living with cancer,” said Shakun Lallbehary, the first to have her head shaved at Liberty Midlands Mall.

There was less activity at Scottsville Mall, known for its vibrant student life. “It started slowly. No one wanted to shave their heads. It’s mostly the kids who want to have their hair sprayed different colours. But people did donate in the tins provided,” said the Shavathon team in Scottsville.

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PADSA 11-a-side tournaments


he Pietermaritzburg and District Soccer Association (PADSA) have announced an 11-a-side tournament which will take place on the weekend of 15-16 March this year. On Saturday 15 March there will be a junior 11-a-side tournament for all PADSA junior teams at the Northdale Stadium starting at 8.30 am. The junior tournament entrance fee is R100 per team. All teams must produce their registration forms when playing. Players not registered will not be allowed to participate in the tournament. For any further information please contact David Pillay on

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behind and supporting your family.” Various schools in the city took part and had numerous team mates to tag in if they were in need of a break from the 12 hour relay. “The majority of the school is taking part. We have ten different teams,” said one of the Wykeham Collegiate pupils. Another school with more than 50 runners participating was Voortrekker High School. According to pupils, more team members would be joining them after taking part in other sporting matches. “We are excited to be doing this,” said Vories runners. There were also many groups who had come to support the event for the first time. Barry Strydom, from the Metro Meth-

odist Church said that this was the church’s first showing at the annual fundraiser. “We wanted to identify with the community,” he said. Also available, was a risk assessment stall educating people about different types of cancer, ways to detect them and the treatment options available. CANSA’s regional manager Lisa Strydrom said the rain that marked the event was a lot like cancer. “We have our own plans and sometimes things don’t always turn out the way we expect them to,” she said. However, the success of the event showed that the CANSA team and members of the public were not deterred by the weather.

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ietermaritzburg’s Sports Veteran’s Association (SVA ) was established on 4 August 2010 at Allandale Primary School to recognise and bestow honour on sporting personalities who made a significant contribution to the welfare of sport in the various communities in the city and northern KwaZulu-Natal. ESP Consulting, a management consulting company based

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Puckree Gooriah - a true champion


othing that concerns the well-being of a fellow-man can be of

indifference to us. There is only one race, the human race. The world we want is a world without prejudices, without selfishness; a world of understanding. The life of the late Puckree Gooriah encapsulates all of this. It is with deep pride that we pay tribute to Gooriah. His interest and devotion to the welfare of his fellow man set a precedent of community

responsibility, philanthropy and brotherhood which served as an inspiration to all of us. The Sports Veterans Association is happy to have this opportunity to express publicly our high regard to a friend and a great sportsman, and to show our admiration for his life and work. The breadth of Gooriah’s service to his people was outstanding. Evidence of his philanthropies appeared throughout the community. He was a remarkable leader whose actions spoke volumes of his capabilities. Gooriah was born on 11 February 1927 in Pietermaritzburg. He attended

the St Pauls Primary and Woodlands High schools and thereafter, the Pietermaritzburg Technical Institute N.S.C. (Commerce). He served as branch secretary of the National Union of Leather Workers from 1954, attending the national conferences in Cape Town (1968) and Johannesburg (1969). He was also the delegate to the South African Federation of Leather Trade Unions. Gooriah was an inspired soccer player who displayed outstanding ball skills at a very young age. He performed with excellence as a goalkeeper for Young Orthmans FC, adding a certain amount of stability to the defence of the team. Gooriah represented the Pietermaritzburg Football Association and the County Football Association on a number of occasions and played for Northern Natal in the Sam China Cup in 1955. He served, with distinction, as chairperson and secretary of Young Orthmans Football and Cricket Club from 1954 to 1969. He was also the secretary of Magnus Swimming Club

from 1965 to 1969. For more than three decades, Gooriah gave to the Scouts movement to encourage good-will among the country’s racial and religious groups, leadership and inspiration. He served on the executive of the Pietermaritzburg Boys Scout Association. Gooriah was the Scout Master of the famous Magnus Scout and Rover groups. He was also the lead drummer in the very popular Magnus Bugle Band and was manager of the Twinkle Star Children’s Orchestra. As a fund raising initiative, Gooriah rode a tiny bicycle from the split of the old and new Greytown roads (now known as Mattisons) to the city hall. Gooriah’s achievement was service of the highest magnitude for the community, sports and the scout movement. His great abilities were devoted to a high purpose. His objective in life was to keep alive in the heart of humanity the bright hope that freedom will one day supplant tyranny and oppression. He passed away on 11 May 1982. He was married to the late Ambravathee from Mount Partridge. His death at the relatively young age of 55 years, robbed the community of one of its outstanding men. Gooriah made an indelible imprint in every field of activity, leaving the community the poorer by his early demise. The SVA’s awards presentation function, scheduled for Saturday 22 March at the Truro Hall, is firmly on track. Oregan Hoskins, president of the South African Rugby Union, is the guest of honour. For more information on the corporate tables, contact Jay Rangiah and Viddy Naidoo on 083 450 8202 and 073 751 6010 respectively. PRINCE NARA Phone me and see your husband/wife coming back home to apologize to you no matter what happened. I am a specialist in love problems, loss love ,divorces/marriage problems Cell : 0786419194 Scottsville • PMB

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