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letters to the editor Convicted rape suspects in India

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ull marks must be given the Indian Judicial system for handing out the death penalty to the four suspects convicted of raping a young medical student and then dumping her semi naked body on the streets of India to die. The horrendous manner in which the victim was raped shows the brutality of the crime. Impaling a female with a metal rod and tearing her intestines is indicative of a very sick society. I just hope the verdict stands and the lawyers for the convicted rapists lose their appeal. The judgement read out by Judge Yogesh Khanna stated

that these convicted rapists must be hanged from their necks with a rope till they die. These scum of the earth who perceive women to be objects desire and sexual gratification have lost their right to be called human beings. Indian law needs to overhauled and parliament needs to introduce stricter and harsher laws to reduce sexual crimes. This attack has highlighted the litany of sex crimes against women. May the young medical students soul rest in peace in the palm of Gods hand knowing that justice is being done. Vijay Surujpal Phoenix

KZN Rugby Vets say thank you

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e of the KwaZulu Natal Rugby Veterans Association would like to thank Ursula Neizel and Capital Newspapers for your continued support. Once again, Ursula and your team did a fantastic job advertising and getting our

event out there in the media. It’s Ursula and your company that gives us the strength to continue yet again for another year. Thank you for all that you have done for us throughout the years. Doug Hoskins Convener, KZN Rugby Vets

Deepavali is not about noise

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eepavali is not about noise. A great man once said, ‘’The greatness of a nation can be judged by the way its animals are treated’’. He was no other than the Mahatma himself, Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. Mahatma Gandhi makes one proud to be Indian and more importantly proud to be a Hindu.

Should we not honour the teachings of our great Mahatma and do nothing that causes harm to our

Sports and recreation safety

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ecently there was an article referring to “Unfair Deal on Local Events”. A disaster management official from the Msunduzi municipality stated that there was a Safety at Sports and Recreational Events Act. Like many other Acts, if these are not implemented they become meaningless. For instance Msunduzi’s swimming pool regulations determine that a lifeguard should be deployed for every 250 bathers. Had they been implemented at the Alexandra swimming pool during December last year, the unfortu-

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nate loss of life of the RTI applicant that drowned at this pool, could have been prevented. On this day there was a bathing load in excess of 1 500 at the pool. Implementing the regulations would have required there to be at least six lifeguards on duty. Unfortunately there were only three. Disappointingly, swimming pool safety and security has been compromised for many years. Despite outcries by ratepayers, nothing has been undertaken to correct this unfortunate situation.

animals? Fire crackers harm animals! Deepavali is about lights and not frightening little animals. It is time Hindus behaved in a civilized and godly manner. Say no to noisy fireworks and yes to peace, love and happiness. A Hindu who will be celebrating a noiseless Diwali

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UKZN 501st among world’s top universities

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he University of KwaZulu-Natal has been ranked 501st among the top universities of the world in the just-released 2013 QS (Quacquarelli Symonds) world universities survey. The annual survey shows South Africa’s top university is UCT (at position 145) followed by Wits (313), Stellenbosch (387), Pretoria (471), UKZN (501), Rhodes (551) and Johannesburg (601). UNISA did not make it. Neither did any other South African university. Are we bad compared with the rest of the world? Compared with the traditional seats of academic excellence, yes. The US not only holds pride of place with MIT at number one, but has 41 universities ahead of UCT. The UK has 23 ranked higher than UCT. We are top in Africa (where very few universities made the list), the Middle East (with only the Hebrew University of Jerusalem

sneaking in at 141), South America (except for Brazil where Sao Paulo came in at 127), and Eastern Europe. But Australia pips us with 8 higher-place universities, as do Japan (7), Canada (6), China (4), South Korea (4), Hong Kong (4), Singapore (2), and Taiwan (1). While we hold our own in southern (Mediterranean) Europe against the likes of Spain, Italy and Greece, northern Europe chops us silly. Countries with the number of universities that placed higher than UCT include Germany (9), Netherlands (7), Switzerland (6), Sweden (3), Denmark (3) and even Ireland (2). And BRICSA (our uneasy economic alliance)? Pretty good. Brazil (1), Russia (1), China (4), India (0). But while India does not have any universities higher ranked than UCT it has a solid ranking showing for its institutions in Delhi (222), Bombay (233), Kanpur (295), Madras (313), and Kharagpur (346).

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he Bethlehem Baptist Church in Northdale celebrates its golden jubilee this month. The seed of today’s well established work was sown in 1908 when Rev John Rangiah and Rev N.E. Thompson visited the capital city and saw the need for an Indian Baptist church. The first service was held in the home of the Samuel family and Sunday school and Bible studies were held at an open site where the church was later built. On the 17 April 1965 the church was granted branch status and the first baptismal service was held on May 16 that year at the Central Baptist Church with seven believers being baptized. By the end of 1965 there were 35 members and a church building and manse were built with a loan of R2 500. In January 1978, Rev Victor

Rhandram and his wife Rebecca commenced as pastor of the church. The two worked tirelessly and within six years the original church building had been extensively extended to accommodate a growing number of members. The new building was opened in June 1996, a tribute to Rev Rhandram’s energy, commitment and vision in serving the congregation

for 24 years, says current Pastor Julius Moses. “As we look back, we can truly say that God has been faithful. The Lord has blessed us with three members that have gone into fulltime ministry. We thank God for the commitment, dedication and support that was provided over and over by every pastor, leader and member,” said Pastor Moses.

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Useful Youth programme

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uring the September school holidays, Ebenezer Stone, together with Royal Fire International Ministry will be hosting a youth programme at the Woodlands Community Hall from September 23 to 27

The theme is “Youthful to be Useful”, where the youth are going to make a difference in their community through an empowerment programme planned for them. This programme is aimed at keeping children off the streets during the holidays and usefully engaged. The following pirate island daycare schools have been invited to attend: Woodlands Primary, Haythorne High, Forrest Hill and Mounfor little pirates and pixies in tain Rise Primary. search of adventure The program entails a applications for 2014 now open clean up campaign. All …limited space available donations that have been Contact Roopa donated to the shelter and 0825249892/ 033 396 6083 have not been utilized

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Exam workshop

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here will be an exam preparation workshop held by SA’s number 1 study coach, Junaid Bayat later this month. The workshop will be hosted at the Natal Blind and Deaf Society in Olympia Way on September 26, 2013 from 9am to 3.30pm. Tickets are on sale at R200 per person and those in attendance will receive R1000 worth of study material and study bonuses. For more information and tickets, please contact Sumaya on 084 274 1129 or 033 818 9253

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Local hospital awarded by women NPO Midlands Medical Centre (MMC) Private Hospital, based in 162 Masukwana Street, was recently awarded the title of Sponsor of the Year by NPO Treasures of Heaven. Treasures of Heaven is a Pietermaritzburg-based NPO which aims to uplift and empower women and children who face adversity. Pictured were (from left to right) Nerasha Singh (MMC - HR Manager), Matron Zaibie Frank (MMC – Nursing Manager), Najma Ahmed (Treasures of Heaven – Chairperson) and Zaheera Kolia (MMC – Financial Manager).

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correct career path to choose when studying further. The course costs R170 per person and takes place on September 26 and 27 from 08h00 – 15h30. Learners are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing and closed flat shoes. Bookings close on September 24, so book your spot now to avoid disappointment. For more information and to make a booking contact Mpho Lephaila on 031 328 8192 or email on education@seaworld.org.za

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Successful Community Chest blanket drive

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ietermaritzburg residents opened their hearts to a hospice winter appeal for warm clothing, blankets, throw-overs, heater pads and scarves for the elderly and needy. Within three months two large containers were filled with donations. The blanket drive for the joint Msunduzi

and Howick hospices was championed by Pietermaritzburg and District Community Chest, Pick n’ Pay (Liberty Midlands Mall), Sykes Signs, and Capital Newspapers. People were invited to drop off contributions in the donation boxes placed outside Pick n’ Pay in the Mall.

TPA Variety Concert

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amil Protective Association will be hosting a Grand Variety Concert on Sunday, 22 September 2013 at the TPA hall – Time: 2:30pm. FEATURING: Talented TPA Tamil School pupils of the Nationals Tamil Eisteddfod Competition held In Gauteng. Adult TPA Group Pregalathan and Yogambal Singaram

Kola Kendra. Pragalathan Singaram Book Launch. The Cost of the book is R100. Contact: Ganas Naidoo – 033 3912352 / Roy Chetty: 033 3912318 Nerand Harilall – 033 3910664 / Barry Pillay – 033 3912425 Admission: R10 per person all round and sponsorship R50 per person

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Inaugural Bhajan festival a success

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Rural Metro Open Day on Friday 27 September

ural Metro Emergency Management Services invites all interested students who would like to study accredited learning programmes in Microsoft Office to attend their open day at their premises at 298 Burger Street on Friday 27 September. These programmes fall under the Education and Training Authority responsible for the

Media, Information and Communication technologies sector. Rural Metro has a state of the art computer training facility for its easy to operate and absorb e-Learning Africa on-line computer training modules. Students can pace themselves and learn rapidly with the modules’ handson approach. Chris Gilbert, managing director of Rural Metro, says they are

proud of being able to open such a facility within the city’s central business district. “It is a premier computer training centre that is fully equipped and functional,” he says. For further information either visit the centre at 298 Burger Street or phone 033-3450080 or email Sbu on elearning@ruralmetrosa.com.

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he Pietermaritzburg Bhajan Group held its first Raam Bhajan Festival on Saturday at the Longmarket Street Temple Hall. Participating in the festival with the Pietermaritzburg Group were the C ool-Air Shri Vishnu Raam Bhajan Group, the Anbu Isai Prayer Group, the Visalatchee Bhajan Group and the Shri Siva Soobramoniar and Marieammen Temple Group. The groups performed to a packed hall from 6pm until midnight. The Pietermaritzburg Bhajan Group was formed in 1980 by the late M Moonsamy and his seven sons. Bhajans are seen as creating vibrations in prayer functions.

The group currently has 35 members who meet every Friday from 7pm to 9pm for practice. The group has performed bhajans in East London, Johannesburg, Ladysmith, Stanger, Tongaat, Phoenix, Merebank, Chatsworth, Isipingo and Lotus Park as well as in many other homes and temples across the country. The group also performs for free at Kavady’s, Firewalking, Jhunda Prayers and Raam Bhajan prayers. To book for a service please contact Davey Moonsamy on 078 915 7613 or Lorraine on 083 321 9519. The members of the Pietermaritzburg Bhajan Group would like to take this opportunity to wish all who are fasting for Purtassi all the blessings of Venketeshwara Narayana.

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Eastwood champions likely if facilities are improved from the area again. Remember Eastwood also produced a welterweight champion, Cedrick Conway who went all the way to win the SA title in professional boxing. Champions come from this area when the facilities were good and looked after,� said Patchay. Patchay, like the majority of Eastwood residents, including athletes of different sporting codes, says the standard and conditions of the sports facilities around Eastwood have “gone to the dogs�. He is appealing to the local municipality to do something in order to keep the sports going in the area.

Patchay feels if Eastwood grounds could be maintained again, properly fenced, and provided with adequate lighting, then sport for the youngsters can be resumed and crime reduced. “Things are so different in other areas where they have working flood lights and the grounds are maintained. When you come to Eastwood grounds, not all the flood lights are working, the fence is broken down and people just walk through the grounds every day so that there is a big pathway across the middle of the field. We also don’t see sprinklers watering the grounds asd was the case many years ago.�

The head coach of the Re-United FC is former SA under 17 captain and ex-SA under 23 (amaGlug-Glug) and AmaZulu player, Shane Morrison. Spokesman for Msunduzi municipality, Brian Zuma, said the problem was a common one around the city but needed attention. “Maybe we need to re-visit and understand how those facilities are maintained and work from there. But issues like these are common all over our areas. Ideas need to shared in order to come up with the best solutions,� he said.

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