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Mervyn Dirks denies defection claims

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ormer Msunduzi Deputy Mayor Mervyn Dirks (pictured) has vowed to take tougher action against a local newspaper for publishing what he regards as incorrect information about him. Dirks’ utterances come in the wake of a report which claimed that he was on the verge of joining the Democratic Alliance (DA). “I am furious at what was

printed in that article. The Galaxy newspaper ran the article about me without even speaking to me,” said Dirks, adding that he planned on lodging a complaint with the Press Ombudsman. The former Deputy Mayor further indicated that he would consider other options in dealing with the newspaper. He has distanced himself from all allegations saying he was ‘furious’ and ‘there was no truth in the Galaxy article’. The article stated that the Galaxy was ‘the first to break the news’, headlining their newspaper, ‘Former ANC Deputy Mayor Dirks to join DA’. The article stated that the news was ‘no

longer kept under the belt’. The report went on to say that not all DA councillors were happy with Dirks moving to the DA and that many councillors blamed Mergen Chetty, who also moved from the ANC to the DA, for spearheading Dirks’ move. “The DA councillors are not all keen on accepting Dirks into the party given his link with the past council that ran the city close to bankruptcy. It is however alleged that one faction within the DA is keen…they believe it will b a scoop for the party to have a former ANC deputy within the DA,” stated the article. The Galaxy article stated that

Chetty unpopular amongst his DA councillors but is seen as an ‘opportunist who hogged the executive seat that was benchmarked for Ward 33 councillor Nalini Atwaru. “I am furious at what was printed in that article. They (Galaxy) ran the article about me without even speaking to me,” said Dirks, adding that he planned on lodging a complaint with the Press Ombudsman. Dirks emphasized that his loyalties lay with the ANC, “I am a loyal cadre of the ANC,” he said.

Pay your fines or go to court, says Traffic Department

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otorists travelling along Bambatha Road (New Greytown Road) where Prilla Mills is situated are up in arms over speeding fines they received since last year with some refusing to pay claiming there are no speed limit signs erected. The municipality however has warned motorists to either pay up or answer in court. Public Eye received several telephone calls, emails and letters from upset motorists claiming that they were not properly informed of the speed limit on the road leading to and from Allandale Drive. A motorist who did not wish to be named and confirmed to receiving a fine, told Public Eye that he was shocked to find out from the a member of the Msunduzi Traffic Department that the fines issued were indeed illegal. “I was told in the strictest confidence

that the trap was indeed illegal and they only discovered it after a motorist pointed it out to them. By then the fines were already posted and to avoid any egg on their faces they have decided to remain silent and let us poor fools pay for an illegal speed trap,” he said. “I have recently received two fines of R200 each in that area. According to the charge, I was driving 72 km/h in a 60km zone. There are no boards informing motorists when they turn from Allandale Drive going towards Prilla Mills. Is this fair?”

asked one complainant who wrote in to Public Eye. Another motorist said that he refuses to pay his fine received outside Prilla Mills as he believes the fines were issued illegally. However senior city official Kwenza Khumalo said signs were put up but that they may have been defaced or knocked down. He said motorists should know the speed limit.

ists will do anything to avoid paying their fines. They always look for excuses,” he said adding that motorists are still liable to

pay their fines or opt to appear in court.

“Those motorists must call us and tell us if there are no signs there. Come rain or shine, motor-

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Msunduzi and district in spat over games

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Mgungundlovu municipality has come in for a lashing from one of its local municipality’s, after it was reported that it failed to book adequate accommodation for athletes participating in the annual Salga games. This emerged in a report presented to the Msunduzi Municipality’s Executive Committee meeting (Exco) last week. The report fingered the district for exposing athletes to danger during the games which ran from the 7th to the 10th of December. Msunduzi athletes make up 85% of the district team. The report was compiled by the manager for special projects in the Mayor’s office, Evodia Mahlangu. “Children were booked at Escourt in a boarding house that had a tavern at its entrance and there was no security for all those children,” said Mahlangu. Because of shoddy accommodations arrangements, the report continued, the overall performance of the team declined. “In the previ-

ous year the district came 3rd, but this time it came fourth” she said. District organiser, James Khanyeza , refuted the contents of the report, vowing to take the author of the report to actual lodges where the athletes stayed during the games. He said the report was further from the truth and that the accom-

The report was further from the truth . modation was the best accommodation they could secure in a small town. “This cannot be like eThekwini as there are more sought after establishments,” he said. According to Khanyeza, the contingent for the games included about 400 athletes. He said the Escourt accommodation was also the closest to the nearest grounds. “The sporting grounds were at Ladysmith. So, Estcourt was the nearest town for us to lodge,” he

said. The report further insisted that KwaNaloga Games should not be hosted by smaller districts who do not have the required resources to do so. Khanyeza though said it would not be fair to say that uThukela should not have a right to host the games as they also fall part of the province. Msunduzi hosted the sporting spectacle in 2010 He said that uMgungundlovu shared the base camp with uMkhanyakude. “The reason why we secured accommodation in Estcourt was that we were among first municipalities to book,” he said. Khanyeza said that the poor weather conditions may have contributed to the district’s poor performance. “Regarding poor performance she might have been referring to soccer as it is quite popular. We are still investigating as to why this code is not doing well enough,” he said.

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Travel and family time on the cards for retired teacher

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teaching career spanning nearly 50 years came to an end as dedicated educator Deviki Govender of Springhaven Primary School in Bombay Heights spent her last days at school last week. Govender, now aged 65, spent 45 years touching hundreds of lives, shaping and sharpening young minds across the province. She taught them how to read, how to write and how to be good human beings. Govender, teaching Grade one’s, two’s and three’s says she owes her life’s success to her parents who through their foresight and sacrifice sent her for further studies. “I will miss the staff, learners, pupils and cleaners as they too have become a part of my life along with all the other schools I taught at. I am going to miss looking forward to public holidays and planning in advance what I am going to do,” laughed Govender.

Her dedication to the teaching profession was best illustrated by the fact that while she had the option of retiring at 60, she opted instead to spend another five years , imparting knowledge to learners. “I could have retired earlier but it was my wish to stay longer. I thank God for blessing me with good health so that I could have achieved this wish,” Govender told Public Eye. In the early days not all parents sent their daughters for further education, but although living in New Hanover, Govender was encouraged to matriculate at

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Girls High School in Pietermaritzburg and attend teacher training college in Springfield. She began teaching at Temple Road Primary School in Durban and spent 11 years in the school before she went on to spend 13 years at Thornville Primary School. By then, Govender married Denny Govender and moved to Pietermaritzburg to teach at Suncrest Primary School where she is more prominently known for teaching. Govender says that although she has only spent two years at

Springhaven Primary School, she will miss the school terribly. “I enjoy travelling and look forward to spend my retirement with my daughter and two sons, my four grandchildren and family members,” she said. Govender imparted with some of her wisdom to all educators still in the profession, “I know that many of us experience stress, frustration and demotivation but be proud of your profession and hang in there. Remember that you are educating and influencing the lives of hundreds of learners who are our future generation.” An avid traveler, Govender is looking forward to sightseeing in Hong Kong, Bangkok and Malaysia to look forward to next month with her husband, Denny.

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Africa that do not have the space to accommodate students who want to study, the universities in India have the facilities available to accommodate these students,” said Jacob. Chosen students can study toward an under graduate course, post graduate course and a doctorate. “I fully recommend that students take full advantage of this once in a lifetime opportunity,” added Jacob. Students are requested to log onto the following link: http://www.iccrindia.net/ scholarshipschemes.html

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Mohini Madam

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t Mohini Madam Medi Spa, our certified laser therapist has completed her training course with distinction, underwritten by the South African Department of Health, radiation control. All laser treatments are performed using FDA/ CE approved high-end medical laser systems, giving maximum results in the minimum time; all within controlled and safe parameters. Treatments include laser lipo fat removal, which melts excess fat cells, contours the body, tightens the skin, improves elasticity, removes channel obstructions, provides lymphatic treatment and promotes the body’s metabolism. The body sculptor and FIR far infra-red sauna boosts circulation and drainage and treatment areas include double chins, the stomach,

underarms, hips, biceps, thighs, baby bulges, the back, buttocks and male breasts. VE light technology combines the advantages of optical energy and radio frequency to remove deep wrinkles, freckles, dark age spots and pigmentation. It can also tighten skin, assist in facial lifting, permanently remove hair, cure acne, rejuvenate the skin, remove broken veins, and lift breasts. There are no side effects to your health. We also treat hair loss and balding. Hair Loss / Balding Treatment Each treatment lasts 30 minutes at a time. You should come in 2 to 3 times weekly. After the first 2 to 3 weeks you will notice that your hair will look and feel better. It

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will also be healthier and stronger. Any scalp disorders like dry scalp or oily scalp will clear up. You will see the difference after 4 to 8 treatments, like reduction of hair loss, hair is less oily and no more itching etc. It will also thicken the hair. For the best chances of hair recovery a 3 month treatment plan would be advised. The advanced Low Level Laser Hood is also used to treat the following: Alzheimer’s disease and Dementia Brain Stroke Rehabilitation Traumatic Brain Injury Rehabilitation Headache, Migraine Scalp Laser Acupuncture Hair Loss. Contra-Indicated to active cancer such as brain tumour only.

Treatment Information: Each treatment should be for 30 minutes at a time, your patients should come in 2 – 3 weekly if possible. After the first 2 – 3 weeks patients will notice that their hair will look and feel better as well as if there were any scalp disorders it will clear up for example dry scalp or oily scalp. The user can easily see the difference after 4~8 treatments like fewer hair loss, not so oily, no more itching etc. It is very important to know that if the patient has had a bald patch for a long time there is only a 50% chance of the hair growing back. There has to be hair follicles in order for the hair to grow back. It will also start to thicken the hair. For best chances of hair recovery a 3 month treatment plan should be in order, we recommend

a day to two days break between each treatment.

Contraindicated for active aids and active cancer. The latest cutting edge high grade technology using a 20 Diode Laser set at 660nm with a power output of 10mW. Low Level Laser Therapy in a safe, controlled environment. Treatments are performed by a qualified Advanced Cosmetic Laser Therapist who has passed with distinction the exams underwritten by the Department of Health: Directorate Radiation Control. Your Health and WellBeing is Top Priority at Mohini Madam Medi-Spa.

Holistic Wellness Centre Treating Peripheral Neuropathy with Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine

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or some people it is experienced as the uncomfortable sensation of "pins and needles" or burning pain (especially at night) of their hands or feet. Others may suffer even more extreme symptoms such as muscle wasting, paralysis, or organ or gland dysfunction. Symptoms of peripheral neuropathy may include: Numbness or insensitivity to pain or temperature .. muscle weakness A tingling, burning, or prickling sensation, muscle wasting, sharp, burning pain or cramps and even paralysis. Even a light touch.resulting in a loss of balance and coordination, feet and legs are likely to be affected before hands and arms as well as extreme sensitivity to

touch. These symptoms are often worse at night. What is Peripheral Neuropathy? Peripheral neuropathy describes damage to the peripheral nervous system, which transmits information from the brain and spinal cord to every other part of the body. In most cases, peripheral neuropathy is secondary to conditions including diabetes, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, scleroderma, alcoholism, nutritional deficiencies, AIDS, or poisoning from heavy metals, chemotherapy, or various drugs. Other causes include compression or entrapment (carpal tunnel syndrome), direct physical injury to a nerve (trauma), penetrated injuries, fractures or dislocated bones, pressure involving superficial nerves (ulna or radial) which

can result from prolonged use of crutches or staying in same position, tumor, intraneural hemorrhage, exposure to cold, radiation or atherosclerosis. It is a syndrome which includes symptoms of numbness, tingling, pricking sensations, sensitivity to touch, burning pain, and muscle weakness and atrophy of the arms and legs. For Consultation and information on how acupuncture can help you, contact Dr. M. Kasim and Dr Meena Kasim, at the Holistic Wellness Centre. (Glamorous Skin Care Clinic), 589, Chotamotala Road, Raisethorpe, (upstairs ABSA Bank) - Pietermaritzerg, To Book an appointment Call: CELL: 0827864087/ 0827864127 – (Only on Saturday from 0930 hrs to 1500 hrs)


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Life, and Veda means KnowlIn Ayurveda, food (Ahar), sleep means edge. Thus, Ayurveda deals with (nidra) and brahmacharya (con- how to live a healthy, balanced life. focuses on living in tune trolled sex) are regarded as the Ayurveda with nature. It recognizes the intimate three pillars or tripods of healthy relationship between the individual and the environment. living.

yurveda is not only a medical science but also a way of healthy living. Apart e from prescribing treatment to various chronic and complex diseases, Ayurveda also emphasizes on an ideal d method of healthy living. A special section of Ayurveda, swasthavritta deals with the science of health and the code for a healthy conduct. ’Swasthavritta’ which literally means ‘the regime of abiding in one’s own nature’ is an individual’s guide to the path of healthy and long life.

Healthy living and ayurveda According to Ayurveda, there is no magical remedy or short cut for healthy living. Instead, strict and staunch regulation of the charyas, the principles of healthy lifestyle which include a proper routine regarding ahar, vihar and achars based on hetu (Material cause), kala (Season) and desha (Habitat) are the only ways for healthy living. Ayurveda defines the healthy state as: ‘A person, whose somatic and psychic humors are in equilibrium, digestion is uniformly healthy, with normal functioning of the fundamental tissues of the body and body wastes, accompa-

nied by the processes of the soul, cognitive organs and the mind, is said to be a healthy person.’ The principles of maintaining a proper well being of the body and mind are twofold, first the consumption of diet and second, the observance of personal, moral, seasonal and spiritual conduct. Swasthavritta mainly emphasizes on following a proper routine regime as well as seasonal regime. Other than these two, Swasthavritta also prescribes Sadvritta, the right ways of living i.e. following good mental, social, religious, personal and moral conduct. Thus, we can sum up Swasthavritta as an ideal lifestyle for a human being. It is actually the crux of Ayurvedic living. Ritucharya Ayurveda is comprised of two words. Ayur

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Danny Naidoo

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talented all-round sportsman, Danny Naidoo was born on 12 May 1961 in Tongaat. He received Natal High school colours in volleyball,soccer, gymnastics and athletics. He playedprofessional soccer for Tongaat Crusaders inthe FPL. When he moved to Pietermaritzburg,he served Wolves FC with distinction. He was recruited by United Volleyball Club because of his ability, talent and strong leadership. His contribution to volleyball in Pietermaritzburg was invaluable. He was selected as captain and coach of the Midlands team at the national championships.

Lovey Moodley

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orn on 23 March 1950, Lovey Moodley played soccer and cricket for Higher Grade Schools. But it was in squash that he gainedprominence. He commenced playing the sport in 1979 and was the founder memberof Aztec Squash Club, the first nonwhitesquash club in Pietermaritzburg. Moodley played a significant role in the club winning the NatalLeague from 1986-1990. As a very dependable and reliable team player, Moodley represented Natal at the national championships. He has represented Natal Veterans from 1995.

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Profile on sports veterans Desmond Royappen (Des)

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es Royappen is one of those sportsperson who was epitomises true sportsmanship, one who isable to combine talent with a spirited character. He played cricket and soccer for Higher Grade Schools. He was selected forthe Maritzburg Selected team. He was a founder member of Aztec Squash Club. He was part of the team that won the Natal League from 1986-1990. Royappen is presently the coach of the Midlands Squash team thatis due to take part in the provincial Jarvis Squash tournament.

Ravi Sewmangul

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avi Sewmangul was an outstanding volleyball player - a wise and crafty setter. He wasa founder member of Midlands Volleyball Association (MVA). His club, Kamakazi, was the backbone in the success of MVA. Ravi served on key positions in theorganisation. He played a major role inMVAâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s direct affiliation to the nationalbody. The volleyball fraternity in Pietermaritzburg owes much of the success of the major national inter-club tournament that was bestowed upon MVA, to him. Sewmangul demonstrated in many ways his sincere interest, at all times, in the welfare of volleyball, locally and nationally.

The Late Ronnie Gabriel

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hen Ronnie Gabriel passed away, it was a very sad day for dancing. Arguably the bestBallroom and Latin American dancer of his time, he made an outstandingcontribution to this beautiful form of art. Gabriel was a professional dancer par excellence, and together with Daphne Josiah won every major championship from 19651975. They remained undefeated and their greatest achievement was winning the coveted double, i.e. Ballroom and Latin American. A Legend in the true sense of the word!


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