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On the third Saturday of every month the KwaZulu-Natal Museum hosts free public lectures. These talks are open to the general public at no cost and is hosted by the Friends of the KZN Museum. This month’s talk will be by Elin Carbutt, a retired teacher and librarian who is also an avid traveller and a keen photographer who has an interest in history and culture. She will be doing an illustrated talk entitled “Kashmir, the High Himalayan Road. The talk be on the 18 May 2013, starting at 10h45 and will be preceded by tea. For further information may contact Viranna Frank at the KwaZulu-Natal Museum on 033-3451404 or email

Financial aid from Finland to curb bullying and homophobia in schools

Anthony Waldhausen, director of Gay & Lesbian Network and Mr Petri Salo Finland Ambassador. Photo provide by Modikoe Patjane from the Finland Embassy ietermaritzburg’s Gay to 31 December 2015. and Lesbian Network The grant is to help is to receive R1.2 finance the Gay and Lesbian million from Finland to fund Network’s Schools Based a programme aimed at reducproject , Creating an Enabling ing bullying and homophobia in Environment Programme. It schools. stems from research conducted Director of the Gay and in eight secondary schools in Lesbian Network, Anthony Pietermaritzburg in 2011 on homophobia and hate crime in Waldhausen, recently attended a a Pietermaritzburg. The network signing ceremony at the Finland t has set up a drama group to work Embassy in Pretoria. Finland, with Life Orientation educators through its Fund for Local in putting a message of tolerance Cooperation (FLC), will provide and understanding across to an amount of 100 000 euros over learners. three years from the 1 June 2013


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School stabbing victim in hospital


n Eastwood Secondary pupil, Luyanda Mtolo (17), is recovering in ICU after a fellow pupil stabbed him in the chest with a pair of scissors after school on Monday.

A 16-year-old learner has been arrested. He will appear in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrate Court on a charge of assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm.

City centre road closed until July Chief Albert Luthuli Road has been closed between Church Street and Langalibalele Road for upgrading. The closure will last until 30 June.

Man bitten, shot


n Imbali man died after being bitten by his attackers then shot in

the chest. According to police spokeswoman Joey Jeevan, an Imbali resident, Sifiso Sithole, was confronted by a group of men who accused him of stealing a televi-


sion set. He was forced into the boot of their car and driven to a deserted spot. A passerby found the injured Sithole and Sithole was taken to Edendale Hospital where he later died. One suspect has been arrested and police are investigating.

Woman injured

woman sustained serious injury after she lost control of her vehicle and rolled on the N3 North near the Liberty Midlands Mall last

Thursday. According to Netcare, the vehicle plunged through the road-side barriers before overturning. It came to rest on the verge next to the freeway.

Two seriously injured after trucks collide


wo men were seriously injured after two trucks collided head-on at the intersection of Ohrtman and New Greytown roads last Friday. Firemen had to use Jaws of Life

equipment to free the men trapped inside one of the trucks while Netcare911medics stabilized them. The driver of the other truck escaped uninjured. Police are investigating.

City man injured in Syria


ietermaritzburg’s Nizamia Islamic School teacher, Mohamed Sadek Saeed, was one of the four South Africans on an aid mission in Syria injured in a car accident last week. They were on their way to Azaz, close to the Turkish border, when the car struck a ditch. He suffered a broken leg, one arm broken in several places, and internal bleeding.

The Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) said that the accident had nothing to do with the ongoing civil war.



sunduzi municipality has appealed for calm and patience from Pietermaritzburg motorists as road closures began this week to mark the start of the Pietermaritzburg Urban Renewal Project. The project is expected to give the city the much-needed facelift transforming it from its current state and placing it on a par with other modern cities. Monday saw a massive traffic build up after the Chief Albert Luthuli Road was cordoned off between Langalibalele and Church streets, leaving trapped motorists frustrated by the delay. Msunduzi municipality spokesperson Brian Zuma said that section of the city’s main road will remain closed until the end of June. “Going into town from Scottsville direction, you can either turn down into Burger Street

or up into Jabu Ndlovu Street. Coming into town from the Royal Showground side, you can either turn up or down Boom Street,” he advised motorists. He assured motorists that traffic officers would be on duty at key points during the week to regulate the traffic flow. “We appeal to motorists to be patient for the next two months whilst construction is under way and to avoid the construction area,” said Zuma. Fortunately this year’s Comrades marathon is an up-run from Durban to Pietermaritzburg and so avoids the city centre.


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Comfort for waiting patients at Northdale Hospital Kailene Pillay


atients awaiting beds or undergoing blood transfusions at the local Northdale Hospital will no longer have to wait on hard, uncomfortable wooden chairs as the hospital board recently purchased fifteen soft leather recliner chairs. Chairman of the Northdale Hospital Board, Rachel Soobiah, said that the hospital’s bed status is ‘inadequate’ and many patients are even forced to wait overnight on the wooden chairs for a bed to become available. Sbo Mthembu (Finance manger), Adrian Diederiks (Operational Manager “In the Casualty and Casualty), Rachel Soobiah (chairman of the Northdale Hospital Board), Joyce Medical Admissions area Webster (Nursing Manager), Felicity Du Preez (CEO), Sbongile Ndlovu (HR there are just not enough Manager) and Dr M. Moola (Medical Manager) beds. We want to help supporting our patient related Northdale Hospital in purchasing patients to be more comprojects. We appreciate and we are recliner chairs, please contact the fortable as sometimes they are glad that the patients are centered hospital’s PRO Mandisa Dlamini put on drips or have blood transon 033 387 9048 or 082 661 1360 on these projects,” said Du Preez. fusions done while waiting for an For those looking to assist available bed,” said Soobiah. This is the first project of its Northdale Hospital is running a Measles kind undertaken by the hospiCampaign at the hospital until May 17. All parents tal board. They are now appealwith children under the age of five (5) will be ing to local businesses and memimmunized for free. bers of the community to come on board and join the next project of The nurses will be available at Bombay purchasing recliners for boarder Civic Centre on the 9th, 10th, and 11th May for mothers with critical children immunizations. admitted in hospital. “The mothers whose children are critical and need them by their side for breastfeeding, comfort assistance and so on sometimes just sit on cold, hard chairs next to their children’s beds. We need the community to help us,” said Soobiah. CEO of Northdale Hospital, Felicity Du Preez, was ecstatic to receive the recliners. “I want to thank the board for

Young artist’s passion for old buildings Kailene Pillay What started as a colourful hobby for a six-year-old has now turned into a passion and, hopefully, a business for Northdale’s Shaneese Nadasan whose bamboo artwork is becoming well-known. The nineteen-year-old uses recycled bamboo sticks to create replicas of famous buildings. Her first artwork was of the Taj Mahal which she constructed using a picture of the building as reference. “There are no measurements involved. I go to the library, photocopy the picture that I like and go home and sketch it on masonite. Then I start sticking the pieces together,” said Nadasan, who added that her only tools are a piece of masonite board, pencil, bamboo, wood, and glue. She took two months to complete her Taj Mahal piece. When not building her bamboo pictures, Nadasan loves drawing, particularly drawing portraits of people using charcoal on drawing paper. “I would love to study art and one day become an art teacher but due to my financial constraints, I

have to make do,” said Nadasan. She is now in the process of creating the Pietermaritzburg City Hall in wood in commemoration of the city’s 175th celebrations. She plans to create wooden pictures of all the historic buildings in the city. She sells her wood pictures to help finance her studiesto help finance her studies. Nadasan said she wanted to thank her mentor, Raymond Pillay, and her family for always supporting her and helping her to reach her dreams. For those wishing to see her wood pictures or purchase frames, please call Shaneese on 078 262 3786

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really terrifying bits from the Old Testament are heaped on the perpetrator, who must have a heart blackened and twisted with rage and hate and envy. And so to the Audi A3. It sits in a highly competitive segment, with competitors that include the likes of the BMW 1 Series, the Volvo V40 and now the Mercedes A-Class. Now the new A3 was launched last year, but the five-door Sportback variant only joined the line up at the end of last month, and one of its biggest selling points is the ultra-lightweight construction technology used. Of course, it's larger than the outgoing car, but only a bit, and the styling is elegant and hushed and restrained in the Audi idiom, while at the moment it's available with one TDI and two TFSI engines. The 1.6 turbodiesel motor is claimed to use 3.9 litres per 100km with the S tronic transmission, and has 77kW and 250Nm of torque on tap. I only drove the car on the launch in the Cape, so I'll wait until I get one on test for a full week to see is this fuel figure is, in fact, achievable. Or even vaguely achievable. The new 1.4 T FSI petrol version makes 90kW and 200Nm of torque, and is claimed to sip just 5.0 litres of fuel per 100km, while the 1.8 T FSI makes

The five-door Audi A3 Sportback is available with petrol or turbodiesel engines and consumption figures claimed by Audi are frugal.

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132kW and 250Nm of torque. The latter is the range topper at the moment, but come August a 1.8T FSI quattro S tronic version will join the range, with an expected price of R370,000. Also in August expect to see a 1.2T FSI manual version enter the A3 range as the base model. Expect a price of R283,000, while this marvelous motor, with forced induction, is not the recipe for imperceptible acceleration that you might imagine. Weight in the new A3 is down by as much 90 kilograms compared to the outgoing car, with much use of aluminium, and this also helps improve axle load distribution and, ergo, handling. Yet noise levels are lower than ever, while of course the A3 comes with a five-star EURO NCAP rating. The interior is as quietly elegant as the exterior, and laden with electronics. The central computer of the new MMI includes

the MMX board (MMX: Multi-Media Extension). One of the plug-in module's key components is the fast T-20 graphics process from market leader Nvidia's Tegra 2 series. The chip, which generates complex 3D images, is used in all online, voice control, media, navigation and telephone functions. The top version is the MMI navigation plus with MMI touch - a media centre with 60GB of storage capacity, DVD drive and whole-word voice control. The high-resolution 7-inch monitor displays the map with detailed 3D graphics. The large rotary pushbutton with MMI touch - a solution from Audi's full-size models - has been consolidated into a touch wheel. The touch-sensitive field, on which drivers can enter letters and numbers with their fingers, forms the surface of the control wheel. Mobile phones and players can be paired with MMI navigation plus through the integrated Bluetooth interface. Impressive, I know. And with so much jargon though, I had to read this twice, just to make sure it made sense. Equipment levels are sybaritic, as you'd expect, and even the entry-level cars get the likes of MMI Radio with full colour, retractable LCD screen, and Bluetooth with voice control and audio streaming. Audi does love tech. And they do it so very well. But that doesn't make the buyer choice in the category any easier - unless of course, like most people, the buyers are driven by brand allegiance and perceived prestige.

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Eight is enough By Gavin Foster

hen we tested the Volkswagen Amarok 2.0 BiTDI double cab with the upgraded 132 kW two-litre engine in August we found much to like. The car-like comfort and handling were class leading, build quality was excellent, the cabin and bin were spacious and the pickup offered a number of thoughtful features that aren't commonly found in bakkies. These included three power outlets in the front of


the cab (one in the top of the dash to allow a GPS to be tidily mounted) and one in the bin, as well as a light for the load bed area. The vehicle also came standard with very effective traction control that can be set for use on dirt roads. Anybody who's driven a one-ton bakkie briskly on gravel will appreciate the usefulness of this in making sure that the rear wheels stay behind the front ones at all times. The pickup we drove then was a 4X2 with a six speed manual transmission, and this month VWSA followed up by sending us the eight-speed automatic four-wheel-drive version. This, at R461,000, is the flagship of the range, and available only with the Highline specification. Just as they did when deciding to use a two-litre twin-turbo four-cylinder turbodiesel rather than the three-plus litre engine formula that's the norm for most flagship double-cabs, VW's engineers thought laterally when electing to use the eight-speed auto transmission in the Amarok. This, a conventional auto with a torque converter rather than the fashionable dual-clutch technology used in so many current vehicles, helps keep the little engine safely in the meaty part of its torque curve under just about any conditions without desperately hunting for the right engine revs all the time. And, seeing there are eight gears to choose from, the design team reckoned they could dispense with the weight and complexity of a low-range transfer box by keeping the lower ratios low enough for idling over rocks and up steep slopes in really rough terrain. They appear to have got that right, because the first thing that off-road publication testers around the world did was pit the unconventional Amarok against the best its rivals had to offer, and nobody found it wanting. We drove the car only on tar and the engine and

gearbox combination worked well together. Gear changes were slick and there was no hunting between ratios. I expected things to feel a little busy what with all the gear changes, but that wasn't so. In town driving only the first four ratios made their appearance felt, while on freeways the higher gears came into their own . As far as the rest of the bakkie goes, my comments from my earlier road report still apply. It's the least bakkie-like bakkie around in terms of ride, handling and comfort, build quality is excellent, and the twolitre engine delivers performance on a par with most of its larger-capacity rivals while sipping less fuel around 8,8 litres per 100km. At R461,000 the Amarok 2.0 BiTDI 4Motion Auto Highline is expensive, and I was disappointed to see that the leather upholstery (R6,530), park distance control (R5,300) and communication package (R4,000) in the test vehicle were all expensive options. The seats are not electrically adjustable either, and at the price I would have hoped for

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Shunmugum ‘Jugga’ Pillay An ultramarathon legend


t is a fact that ultrarunners feel pain just as acutely as the rest of us. What sets them apart is the mental discipline to push past their limits again and again. Shunmugum ‘Jugga’ Pillay is no exception. Pillay, a Comrades Marathon Veteran, is remarkably unassuming - a quiet man whose passion for participation shouts the loudest. Born on 17 December 1938 in New Hanover, Pillay attended the New Hanover Government Aided School and Woodlands High School. He worked at Eddels Shoe Factory for fifteen years and thereafter at McCarthy Mazda for thirty years until his retirement in 2003. Pillay completed the Comrades Marathon ten times from 1980 to 1989, winning a bronze medal on each occasion. His first Comrades, at the age of 42 years, was the down run from Pietermaritzburg to Durban. He crossed the finish line in a time of 9.45.00hrs.

Pillay was very meticulous and systematic in his preparation for the Comrades. He had a plan for all his races and he executed these plans to perfection. What was remarkable about his achievements in the Comrades was the consistency in the times he took to complete the race. The average time he took to complete the ten races was 9.46.44hrs. He was an able, painstaking and conscien-

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tious athlete. Nothing could turn him aside from the path he had marked for himself. His final Comrades in 1989 was also the down run. Here, he broke the tape in a phenomenal time of 9.38.00hrs, which was exactly 7 minutes faster than his first race. He impressed everyone with his physical and mental vigour and energy. He is still a familiar face in fun runs in and around the city. Perhaps Pillay’s greatest moment was in 1987 when he was part of a ten man company relay team that ran from Johannesburg to Pietermaritzburg for charity. This took place over a period of seven days. The team displayed an enormous spirit of unity by sleeping on floors in garages and tennis courts in various towns along the old road from Johannesburg. An amount of R 60 000 was raised for the Pietermaritzburg Community Chest. Pillay possesses rare qualities of character. He is known for his unfailing courtesy to everyone. His zest and devotion to his community have never failed or faltered. Truly a source of inspiration.

Correctional Services win inter-department games

Head of the delegation from Department of Correctional Services in KZN Dennis Williams holding the trophy which the department won at the inter-government department games held in the Northdale last weekend.

Davrin Pather, Aumungh Singh, Zaheer Shaik and Shalin Rampath participated in the department games held at the Northdale Stadium last week.