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A group of angry sugar­industry staff took to the front of Illovo Sugarmill again on Wednesday morning to demand a higher wage increase, and other benefits. The national strike began on Tuesday.

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IVE us a double-digit increase or we will continue with the strike.” These are the words of disgruntled Illovo Sugar staff in Port Shepstone, who are part of the national strike for a salary hike — the first since 1997. Orchestrated by the Food and Allied Workers Union (Fawu), which has about 230 members at the mill, angry employees took to the front of the building on Tuesday and Wednesday morning where they burnt tyres, sang songs and toyi-toyied. About 80 United Association of South Africa members were also part of the strike. Port Shepstone SAPS Crime

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After talks, mill management offered an eight per cent increase. “We want a double digit increase. We want 11.5%,” said Chiliza. They are also seeking a R400 top-up for both A-band and Bband workers. A-band and Bband is the lowest of the bands in the sugar industry. The lowestpaid worker at the mill is said to earn R5 500 a month. Strikers also sought a 40-hour work week without loss of pay, an R800 housing subsidy, and permanent employment for all fixed-term and contract workers. Chiliza said there were members who still reported for duty, but hoped they would join the strike as they also stand to reap the benefits of what protesters are fighting for.

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then suffocated him. “The police pressed me down on the floor >>news1@feveronline.co.za and asked me where the gun that we used durOME Louisiana men, arrested by the ing a housebreaking on Friday in Southport Southport SAPS recently, have accused was. We told them that we were in Scottburgh. They beat us up, ransacked our house them of brutality. Mziwakhe Mchunu says he is from Os- andthebed,searchingforagun,”saidMchunu. Mchunu said police habeni but lives in Louisithen took their clothes ana, looking after his sisand takkies saying that ter’s government house. they were stolen property. “On 16 May, my neigh“In court the police bour Bheka Mbambo and I changed their charge went to GJ Crooks Hospital statement saying that we in Scottburgh to see my were arrested for possesneighbour’s child who, afsion of stolen property. ter being accidentally “The prosecutor told burnt with hot water, had the police to let us go. We been admitted. On Sunday did nothing, but they took [18 May] evening we were our IDs, bank cards, takassaulted by Southport pokies and clothes.” lice,” he said. Police spokesperson According to him, the PHOTO: GINISILE NDOVELA Lieutenant-Colonel Col police kicked his door open Mziwakhe Mchunu says the SAPS Zandra Wiid had not reand while he was trying to changed their charge from house sponded at the time of golight a candle, they violently breaking to possession of stolen ing to press. entered, grabbed him and property in court.

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>>news1@feveronline.co.za HUNDREDS of Louisiana informal settlement resi­ dents closed the access road to KwaMadlala and toyi­toyied on Monday morning. Spokesperson Andile Siteshini said they were demanding electricity, better roads, a sports field and the dismissal of their ward councillors. The protesters burnt tyres on the road, which disturbed the flow of traffic before police arrived and controlled the situation. Hibiscus Coast Municipality (HCM) managers and councillors arrived to listen to their grievances. The protest leaders, municipal officials, council­ lors and police held an intense meeting on the road­ side, and the community was persuaded to clear the road. However, protesters refused to be addressed by their ward councillors, saying they failed to honour their service delivery promises. Addressing the crowd, HCM head of department

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>>news2@feveronline.co.za A WOMAN was found dead in Gcinabout location near Bhobhoyi on Friday at about 7pm. Police at­ tended the scene after receiving a tip­off from a

member of the community who had made the grisly find. Margate SAPS are investigating a murder. It is thought that the woman may have been strangled. Police spokesperson Captain Gerald Mfeka said there were no visible wounds on her body. “She has not yet been identified. “We assume that she was killed on the day she was found.”

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>> Current method of paying at Oribi will be maintained THE Oribi Toll Plaza near Port Shepstone is one of two toll gates in the province where e-tolling will be introduced by November, roads agency Sanral revealed last Wednesday. The other area is the Marrianhill Toll Plaza on the N3. Unlike in Gauteng, this will not be an additional toll, but simply an alternative means of collecting normal toll fees, Sanral KwaZuluNatal and the Free State regional manager Logashri

Sewnarain said. “It must be remembered that it’s not an additional toll,” she said. The current method of paying tolls at Oribi and Mariannhill would be maintained but additional lanes would be added and vehicles would be able to go through the new e-toll lanes at a speed of about 40km/h. She said the booms in the e-toll lanes would not automatically open for vehicles without e-tags.

Vehicles without e-tags would still have to go throughthetraditionalbooths and drivers will still have to present a card to the cashiers. More than 100 000 vehicles use the N3 daily and implementing an e-tolling system would improve traffic flow. “The manual toll booths can process between 200 and 300 vehicles an hour whereas up to 700 vehicles an hour can pass through using etags,” she said.

Farmers raise their concerns over Jazz festival GINISILE NDOVELA

>>news1@feveronline.co.za FARMERS living in the vicinity of Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre have said that while they support Ugu Jazz Festival, they are not happy with the theft of their sugar cane by the revellers. This was announced at the Ugu District Municipality (UDM) and Cyassound Holding stakeholders meeting on Tuesday. Farmer Ryan Mostert said he supports the event because it brings tourists and promotes the local economy. Cyassound Holding director Siya Msomi said they have applied for the event to end at 4am and appealed to everyone to attend the festi-

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At the Ugu Jazz Festival farmers’ and ratepayers’ consultative meeting at Ugu Sport and Leisure centre on Tuesday are Ryan Mostert (farmer) and Duduzile Magatyeni­Msomi (Sanco secretary). val in order to promote racial diversity in the region. However, farmers have raised security concerns around the festival. According to the farmers, the Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre has places where its fence is broken, which allows people with no tickets to enter and leave as they please. Furthermore, they complained about the noise levels which they said affect everyone, including their animals. Ward councillor Phumlani Gumbi said the animals

should be able to tolerate the noise for such a short time. “We had Afrika Bike Week, and there were no complaints about noise. “But because this is an event that is of huge interest among the black people, we hear complaints about noise,” said Gumbi. Gumbi also encouraged the police to arrest the sugarcane thieves. The festival takes place on Saturday, 28 June, with preparties and after-parties also planned.

Your local papers win MEDIA 24 Local Newspapers KZN scooped a win and several final spots at the annual MDDA Sanlam Local Media Awards on Friday night. Former Fever sports editor QuintinvanJaarsveldtookthe prize for sports writer of the year and was a finalist in the feature writing category. Other finalists included South Coast Fever journalist Candyce Krishna, who made it to the top 10 for journalist of the year, and Desiree Erasmus, who made it to the top three for columnist of the year. The South Coast Fever also

made it to the top 10 for “best corporate owned free sheet”. A record number of entries – 750 – were received for this year’s competition from local newspapers, community radio stations and community television stations. Media Development and Diversity Agency (MDDA) and Sanlam host the annual awards to “encourage excellence and to reward meritorious work in community journalism”. GM of Media24 Local Newspapers KZN Neil Tapinos said he was “extremely

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he Hibiscus Coast Municipal councillors have passed the municipal 2014/ 2015 budget for service delivery. Briefing the media on Tuesday, mayor Cynthia Mqwebu said she tabled the Council’s final budget for adoption and it was agreed upon by all political parties. “The budget of R806 052 240 comprises a capital budget of R101 031 497 and an operating budget of R705 020 743,” said Mqwebu. She said the budget has been informed by a consideration of the prevailing difficult economic circumstances, road and electricity infrastructure needs, and the need to prioritise projects with available resources. Consideration has also been given to collective bargaining agreements with unions, which govern the remuneration of municipal employees. Mqwebu indicated that a thorough process of consultation was followed after the draft budget was tabled at the Council meeting in March.

“This included izimbizos in all council clusters, as well as individual meetings with organisations,” said Mqwebu. Mqwebu said that she was satisfied that the budget focused on all priority areas of the municipality, in particular the allocation for preventative maintenance and repair of the road network system, which amounts to approximately R22 million. “Highlights of the budget include a combined budget of over R15 million for the construction of new pedestrian and vehicular bridges to facilitate safe and easy access, particularly in rural areas. “Community infrastructure such as halls and sports fields to the value of just under R30 million have been approved. “Youth empowerment initiatives to the amount of R1.1 million have been approved. “Support for Ugu Jazz festival for R450 000 and for Africa Bike Week for the same amount have been approved,” said Mqwebu. She said support to vulnerable groups including annual grants-in-aid amounted to just over R1.5 million for 2014/2015.

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BONGUMUSA Mbo Hadebe (31) and Bonginkosi Kwazi Mhlongo (21) appeared in the Pietermaritzburg High Court on 20 May where they were each sentenced to a total of 145 years’ imprisonment on five counts of house robbery, three of rape, two at-

Two Margate rapists sentenced to over 100 years each tempted murder and two counts of kidnapping. During the period of July and November 2012, a number of house robberies and rape cases were reported at Ezinqoleni and Port Edward police stations. In all the reported cases there were two culprits, armed with firearms and wearing balaclavas, who were terrorising people.

They entered the victim’s houses, threatened them with firearms, took their belongings and raped them. A cluster task team to investigate the cases was established by the Margate cluster commander. On 10 January 2013, the Margate Cluster Task Team made a breakthrough when they arrested two suspects and were all linked

to the cases at Ezinqoleni and Port Edward. The stolen property was also found in the accused’s possession and identified by the rightful owners. Hadebe was sentenced to 115 years and Mhlongo to 145 years on all 12 counts. Sentences will run concurrently. The KZN Provincial

Commissioner, Lieutenant General Mmamonnye Ngobeni, commended the Margate Cluster Task Team for working around the clock to put the perpetrators behind bars. “We will not tolerate criminal activity in our province. “These sentences will serve as a warning to others that crime does not pay,” she said.

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Jazz festival organisers announce entertainment line­up THE Ugu District Municipality and Ugu Jazz Festival organisers, Cyasound Holding, unveiled a list of artists who will perform at the festival on 28 June at Ugu Sports and Leisure Centre outside Gamalakhe. Ugu District Municipality spokesperson Sipho Khuzwayo said artists include Hugh Masikela, Johnny Clegg, Naima K. Happy,

Ringo, Zakes Bantwini, Micasa. The Soil, Afro Soul, Pascal and Pearce, Charl du Plessis, Berita, Sisanda, Kunle Ayo 15 Ugu Jazz All Stars, Umkhumbane Jazz Band, Time Factors, Deejays Mshedis and Muntu. Rapper Ifani, Uhuru, Big NUZ, Sosha, Professor and Deejays Euphonick, Happy Girl, and Afrotainment’s Tira will perform at

the pre-party on 27 June at the Marburg sports grounds. The event starts at 6pm and will continue until morning. Festival tickets start at R150 and are available at Computicket and Shoprite. The countdown to the jazz festival will start with the Indigenous Music Festival at Mpisane sports field on 14 June.

To sweeten the deal Amstel will host a Bon Voyage Amstel Picnic on 29 June at St Michael’s beach where deejays Black Coffee, Vinny Da Vinci and Christos will spin the decks. Patron must be on the lookout for the festival promotion team who are touring KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape to promote the event.

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perienced several mudslides at her home since last November due to a continous leak from a resevoir which feeds the area. Since the Fever intervened and published a story (“Mudslide madness”, 23 May), Ugu staff have inspected her property and have offered possible solutions to the problem.

Spokesperson Sipho Khuzwayo said Ugu was committed to resolving the water-damage problem and has committed itself to carrying out immediate rectification measures on the house. “Investigations by the Ugu water services technical team revealed the cause of the overflow was due to the failure of the control valve at the

reservoir. “A fitter and turner has since been dispatched to replace the faulty valve to avoid the recurrence of the overflow,” said Khuzwayo. “The municipality has commenced with other rectification work which included the removal of the sand in the resident’s yard, reinstatement of the paving at the back of the

house, the rodding of black and grey water drainage pipes and jetting blockages to the conservancy tank.” He said Ugu sincerely apologised to Van Loggerenberg and will ensure the clean-up process is fast-tracked to eliminate further inconveniences. VanLoggerenbergthankedtheFever for bringing her story to the municipality’s attention.

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THE Ugu District Municipality said it has budgeted R54 million for water­pipeline replacementsinthegreaterUgudistrictfor the 2014/2015 financial year, which starts on 1 July. Recently, communities in Gamalakhe, Marburg, Oslo Beach, Merlwood, KwaMad­ lala, Mthimude and Amahlongwa experi­ enced water disruptions due to what Uguu said are network restrictions in the supply

systems, technical faults, ageing infra­ structure and infrastructure damage, among other issues. The municipality promised to provide a sustainable solution to ensure uninter­ rupted access to water. A memorandum of agreement has been finalised with the KZN Department Corporative Governance and Traditional Affairs where service providers have been

appointed to provide support. In another project the municipality will roll out the Security of Supply Project which includes the Gamalakhe Bulk Water Supply Project with a budget of R8 million for the 2014/2015 financial year. Theprojectwillincludebuildingapump station, bulk pipeline, a reservoir and the ShellyBeachtoUvongooff­takewhichhas already been awarded to a contractor who

will be on site at the end of May, said acting general manager: water services Lungile Cele. Communities are urged to alert their ward councillors of any water problems, visit the water services Facebook page “Ugu Municipality: Water and Sanitation Services” or call 08000 Water (92837) or 039 688 5830/36 for water and sanita­ tion­related queries and updates. — Supplied.

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Three suspects arrested for attempted murder TWO of the five people suspected to be involved in the alleged attempted murder of a 23-year-old man have been arrested. Warrant Officer Johan Zandberg was on duty when the victim, who had been discharged from hospital, went to see him. After interviewing the man, Zandberg established that the case had been opened on 13 May after the 23-year-old was stabbed 37 times by his assailants in Mbotsha

location at Bhoboyi. He was left to die by his attackers who fled with his cellphone. The driver of a police van which was patrolling the area the same night, noticed a pool of blood on the road and the officer went to investigate. “He discovered the seriously injured victim in the bushes. “The victim was taken to a Durban hospital for attention. He was then discharged last weekend,” said

police spokesperson LieutenantColonel Zandra Wiid. Zandberg and Constable Bonny Ngcobo went to Bhoboyi on Saturday where they arrested the two suspects. A 35-year-old woman and a 27year-old man will appear in Port Shepstone soon for conspiracy to commit murder, attempted murder and armed robbery. Police are still searching for the other suspects.

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he President ofLionsClubInternational Port Shepstone chapter, Andre Beneke, thanked businesses, sponsors and the public for the tremendous success of the Lions Outdoor and Leisure Expo 2014, held at Port Shepstone Country Club over the weekend. The show was well attended and as with all things Lion, all proceeds will go to local charities. Beneke said the Lions have been in existence for 44 years in Port Shepstone and have been involved in many community projects. “We have donated blankets to crèches through working with churches, we support the needy and we also get involved in disaster relief projects.” Beneke awarded certificates to businesses and organisations that had quality exhibition stands. The Expo attracted major companies and NPOs who came to display their products and services. Hibiscus Coast Municipality Council Speaker Ronnie Nair congratulated the Lions on the Expo and for inviting local government to work with them. “This shows your commitment in working with government as we ask the private and public sector to collaborate on issues that improve the lives of our communities,” said Nair. Great entertainment had been organised for the Expo, including beauty pageants, children’s entertainment, music and dancing. Stunt rider Brian Capper takes to his bike, ready to jump over four young boys without touching them. PHOTOS: GINISILE NDOVELA

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Enjoying the festivities at the Lions Expo on Saturday are, left to right: Caroline, James, Emma and Grace Anderson.

South Coast Hospice’s Shelley Wetherill and BT King receive a certifi­ cate for their stand from Brooke Haslam and Sheppie Lions President Andre Beneke.

Barry Van der Veen of Toyota receives a certificate from Brooke Haslam and Port Shepstone Lions president Andre Beneke for third place in the best exhibition stand category.

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VER the last week, the news has been full of stories of idiocy, both locally and further afield. Last week, the Durban North Fever’s website ran the story of a domestic work­ er who allegedly poisoned the uMhlanga

family who had recently employed her. More recent updates to the story reveal that she did this in an effort to ensure that the family would love her as one of their own, and never fire her. This “muthi”, which Thembi seemed to believe would endear her to the family, may well see her become someone’s maid in a prison cell. Speaking of muthi, a couple of intellec­ tually challenged crooks recently did busi­ ness with a sangoma who told them that a particular potion would render them in­ visible. Upon proceeding to break into a busi­

EDITORIAL COMMENT Power of ‘Fever’ and good Comrades wishes THE Comrades Marathon is finally here. We would like to wish all those taking part good luck and let them fly the South Coast flag high. The Illovo Sugar employees went on strike this week. We hopeitwillbepeacefulandthat resolution will soon be found. We do not want a situation like the one at the platinum mines where people have been

on strike since January with no income. Last week we ran a story about a Palm Beach resident who had reported an ongoing mudslide from a nearby reservoir onto her property to the municipality. A day after story appeared, the municipality visited her home to inspect damage. That’s the power of the Fever.

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ness’s premises with the intention of do­ ing a little clandestine shopping, a neigh­ bourhappenedtoseethetrustingtrio,and alerted authorities. When police arrived, the three laid down on the ground and played dead, trusting in the placebo effect of their fake pharmaceuticals. I hope that sangoma had the decency to go and bail them out. Nedbank Cup winners, Orlando Pirates decided the best way to celebrate their victory was to cover their junk (thankful­ ly) and pose, with the trophy, for a naked selfie in the changing rooms. The picture then made its way onto social media, as

these things have a habit of doing, landing them in a spot of bother with their spon­ sors. Nedbank, of course, could do a Nandos on us in advertising terms and find the funny side – transparent business practic­ escouldbetakentoawholenewlevelwith bareback banking. The age of technology has ushered in a whole new spectrum of ways to get caught with your pants down. A life orien­ tation teacher in Gauteng has been sus­ pended this week after accidentally broadcasting porn to a classroom full of pupils.

If you’re going to watch porn in the classroom, there are several checks you need to do first, including ensuring that no pupils are lined up at your desk waiting to speak to you, and that your laptop is definitely not connected to the class­ room’s projector. Moving abroad, an American teenager named Elliott Rodger went on a shooting rampage which resulted in the loss of sev­ en lives, including his own. Not only did he die a virgin ­ ironic in light of the alleged cause of his action being his invisibility to women ­ but he is now the cause of the heartbreak of seven families.

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IF you ask any scientist why they do whattheydo, you will obviouslyget varying answers. An undergraduate might tell you something very different to a post doctorate student – who at this stage would have asked him or her­ self the same question with increas­ ing frequency over the years. I could run out of op­ed space ex­ plaining the reasons why science is important in our lives, but for the purpose of this column I will only tell you that it is to vanquish ignorance and exercise a healthy dose of skep­ ticism. Too many of us are victims of pseudoscience, myths, misconcep­ tions and incorrect use of science thanks to marketing ploys. Ignorance can be easily over­ come, but if you throw a dose of ego into the mix, you have a misguided sense of self­preservation when it comesto“touchy”issuessuchascre­ ationism, vaccination, evolution, al­ ternative medicine and nutritional information. Thankfully, we can save our­ selves big headaches if we apply the simplest tenet of science, which boils down to “assume nothing, question everything”. Science journalism exists not on­ ly as a fact­checking tool, but as a standard by which we practice healthy skepticism ­ not cynicism ­ to better ourselves and othersintel­ lectually. It is unfortunate therefore that science stories do not hold a lot of weight in terms of editorial space in many national and indeed local pa­ pers in South Africa.

Science stories have to compete withsportsandpolitics,withthelat­ ter being in great supply. Asascienceadvocate,itis mydu­ ty to try to convince you to like (or at least care about) science, but it is not a simple task, and after all, a sports’ journalist doesn’t need to convince sports’ fans why they should like sports. Writing science articles is not easy, and given the demands made on small news teams, journalists usually find themselves with ridicu­ lous schedules and little or no social life. This makes it even more difficult tofind personal time to writeabout science, which many editors are loathetoacceptasthewrite­upmay not have as much pulling power as an accident or political scandal. But it’s not only about the pull­ ing power when it comes to non­sci­ entific articles; science can be in­ timidating to the uninitiated. I would love to tell you that sci­ ence is all about the discovery of some wonder material or newly dis­ covered giant killer chicken or the advent of a space rock on a collision coursewithKZN,butthisisveryrare­ ly the case. Of course, stories like this do ex­ ist, and you can and should read about them on the net. Some of my favourite reputable sitesinclude“IF*ckingLoveScience” and Phil Plait’s “Bad Astronomy”. Some of the best science writing in the world can also be found at Na­ tional Geographic’s “Phenomena”. Inacountryandaprovincewhere science education is still far below the global benchmark, it is time for us to consciously abandon our fear of science. We need to fall in love with the wonder of science, but also be care­ ful to avoid “bumper­sticker” sci­ ence, as one of South Africa’s fore­ most science journalists (and au­ thor of Searching African Skies) Sarah Wild once put it. I encourage you to take the plunge into the deep, beautiful and mysterious world of science. You won’t regret it. Sibusiso can be contacted at zulunews4@feveronline.co.za

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Male chauvinism is alive in Margate OUR complex recently appointed a new board of trustees. The administrator, accompanied by two members of the new board, duly came round to inspect a problem pertaining to damp revealed in a myriad vertical and horizontal cracks in the walls of our unit. My son, who purchased the simplex for his 70-year-old mother seven years ago, called in a structural surveyor who diagnosed the problem as the simplex built on marshy ground. My son has resided in the UK for the past 13 years. I do believe that, owing to feelings of inferiority, the administrator at our recent

meetings was incapable of speaking man-to-man to him. Besides refusing to answer his e-mails,heoptedtoget back at him by relating to his elderly mother as to a servant. His conduct set the tone for the manner in which he expects the new board of members to treat her! On walking through the rooms he noted and photographed all the cracks ordering the elderly woman (now 77 and diagnosed with cardiac failure) to sand the cracks and then paint the walls! On proceeding into the fenced back yard he said we must pull out all the grass growing in between

THE results of the survey conducted by the SA Institute of Race Relations indicate that the ANC-dominated Eastern Cape has eight out of 10 worst-performing municipalities in the land. This is in stark contrast with the Western CapewheretheDemocratic Alliance governs, and boasts seven of the top 10 municipalities. The raw date has been extracted from the Auditor General’s reports, the 2011 census, and the National Treasury. The report lists cadre deployment and political interference as two of the main culprits in dragging South Africa’s municipalities down. This practice undermines both public servants morale and citizens confidence in the government states the report. Ugu District Council’s pathetically weak performance has led to the Auditor General handing the district a disclaimer opinion. This means that the municipaliON Saturday at Shelly Centre, my wife and I arrived back at ty’s financial affairs are so badly our car and while I got her into the car, the Mercedes in the runhecannot even offer anopinion photo (BIJOU 2 ­ ZN) parked next to us in a disabled bay. on the material made available to The driver got out, all dressed up in shiny black shoes. He him. spoke to one of the car guards and walked into the mall. Ugu may perhaps take some There was absolutely nothing wrong with him; no wheelchair comfort in the fact that there are at or walking stick. After I had loaded my wife's wheelchair into least 10 out of the approximate the luggage compartment, I approached one of car guards 280 other municipalities in South and asked him why this man was allowed to park in a bay Africa that are worse off than the that was earmarked for disabled people. The poor guy was district. Ezinqoleni, Mbizana and a little speechless and said that this man merely says he has OR Tambo feature prominently on a business in the mall and therefore he can park anywhere the disgrace list. he wishes. Judging from the impression the man left with The gross mismanagement in me, he obviously has enough money to employ a chauffeur the ANC-dominated metros places should he have a disabled spouse with him, drop them off the Democratic Alliance in pole poclose to the door and the chauffeur can then park the car sition in the run in to the local govelsewhere. I remember there were a lot of write­ups in the ernment elections in two years local news papers a while ago regarding the problems with time. the public parking where they should not be. TheANC’ssupportinthesecounAt that stage my wife was using a walking stick and I cils with a more urban component had to double park to assist her out the car. She had to stand has plummeted to plus minus 50% there and wait for me until I had found a parking bay. in places like Johannesburg, Sometimes on the roof we were not allowed to park in Ekurhuleni, Tshwane and Port the disabled parking bays, as she was not using a wheel Elizabeth. chair. This raises a haunting spectre Cobus Pienaar to the ANC of losing control of the metros in two years time, and of the country in three years after that. If the ANC is prepared to lift its cynical expulsion of the DA from the core portfoliocommittees of finance and water and sanitation as well as it’s contrived denial of membership of the Executive Committee the municipality may be finding a way to use all the resources at its disposal in the battle to regain control of the situation. At his inauguration President Jacob Zuma said he needed the help of all South Africans in QUICK & EASY APPLICATION implementing his IMMEDIATE QUALIFICATION policies. Is it not appropriate for the loSAME DAY PAYOUT cal ANC to follow his dictum? To put it in REQUIREMENTS: the more vulgar expression used by late * 3 Months bank statement U.S. president L.B. Johnstone it is better * Original ID to have somebody * Original payslip inside the tent and peeing outside the * Proof of residence tent than him being outside the tent peeing inside the tent. ALL SASSA PENSIONERS WELCOME

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THE driver of the gray Fiat Palio (NPS116)which was said to have parked illegally last week has shown the Fever that his car has a disabled sticker on the front windscreen. The driver is not disabled, but his wife is.

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>> Talent announced to join the fun at this year's festival includes Jack Parrow, Barry Hilton and Sasha Martinengo

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A copy of the application (no: 068/14) received in terms of the above and accompanying documents will be available for inspection between (07h30 and 16h00) at the Municipal Offices, Erf 666 Crescent Road, Uvongo, The public with sufficient interest therein may lodge written comments to the Municipal Manager for the attention of Olwethu Gumede, Town Planner, P.O. Box 5, Port Shepstone, 4240, Tel: 039-3159266, Fax 086 5297256, olwethu. gumede@hcm.gov.za, by no later than 17 June 2014. A person’s failure to lodge or forward comments in response to this notice shall have the effect of precluding the person from further participating in the process and taking any further steps, with regard to the application. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. BOX 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

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URBAN’S Top Gear Festival 2014 promises to be a starstudded affair of epic proporExperience tions as some of South Africa's most • 3 years sales experience and a proven record as an excellent salesperson recognisable and famous celebrities • Experience in Media Industry an advantage descend on the Moses Mabhida Stadiumandsurroundingprecinctonthe21 Prior Knowledge and 22 June for some fun in the winter • Proficiency in relevant software packages and applications sun. • Knowledge of sales strategies and concepts And if having the Top Gear trio of Applications must be sent by email to: fever-vacancies@media24.com no Jeremy Clarkson, James May and later than Friday 6th June. Please note, applicants must clearly indicate Richard Hammond isn’t enough, this which post they are applying for. Candidates who have not received feedyear Jack Parow, Barry Hilton and back by 13th June must accept that their application was unsuccessful. Sasha Martinengo will also be adding their own unique talents to thefestivities. Hot off the press, organisers have anHIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY nounced that NOTICE NO: 140 of 2014 infamous rapper, Parow will be performing a KWAZULU-NATAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008: INVITATION TO COMMENT customised

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rap, live in the Top Gear Live Stadium Show. Known for his rough, no-nonsense approach and being someone who always speaks his mind Parow's performance will add a whole new dimension to the 2014 Stadium show. With plenty of new challenges for the infamous trio this is one show Top Gear fans won't want to miss. SuperSport Elite Village ticket holders can expect a dose of hysterical, sidesplitting comedy as they enjoy stand-up segments from the most famous comedian South Africa has ever seen, the 'Cousin', Barry Hilton. A variety of ticket options are still available and for more information go to www.itickets.co.za Returning to Top Gear Festival's new look Street Circuit is crowd favourite Martinengo. With his extensive broadcast experience and exposure on 5fm and more recently Ballz Visual Radio and Absolute F1 on SuperSport, Sasha needs no

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Water supply improvement plans actioned UGU District Municipality is rolling out its six week emergency pipe­ line replacement project in Ram­ sgate and Marburg to reduce the troublesome water supply in these areas. The replacement of a 34 metre pipeline for improved water supply is under way. Ugu District Municipality Spokesperson Sipho Khuzwayo said this multimillion rand up­ grade will see residents living on R61 Marine Drive, Linton Road, Er­ asmus Drive and Lynne Road in Ramsgate and those on Valley Road and Crescent Street in Mar­ gate having access to improved and sustainable water supply by the end of June 2014. “The municipality warns that while works continue on the ground, communities will experi­ ence ad hoc water outages through tie­ins and damage to existing old mains.

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Ugu Dis­ trict Mu­ nicipality replaces old water pipelines in Ramsgate and Mar­ burg.

The contractors are being care­ ful as to minimise any disruptions of supply. In the case of outages as has occurred in Ramsgate, plumbing teams are on standby to restore any loss in supply as fast and effectively as possible. Water tankers have been dis­ patched to the affected areas”, said Khuzwayo. He added that the municipality sincerely apolo­ gises for any inconvenience that

might be caused during this up­ grade project. For regular updates on the pipeline upgrade, water and sani­ tation issues, communities are urged to engage with their ward councillors and also visit the water services facebook page Ugu Mu­ nicipality: Water and Sanitation Services or call 08000 WATER (92837) or (039) 688 5830/36,” said Khuzwayo.


Shipwrecks off the KZN coast IN 1552, The São João was the first cargo ship to be wrecked along South Africa's coastline. The vessel was carrying pepper, Chinese porcelain, cowry shells, carnelian beads and other merchandise. The ship, with around 600 people on board, ran

aground off what is now known as Port Edward, near the Kuboboyi River. One hun­ dred died attempting to get ashore, the rest made a temporary camp, near 'Trage­ dy Hill' (since named for a massacre of the local Nguni clan by a Zulu war band in 1831). The Sao Bento was wrecked on Msika­ ba Island in 1554. A survivor from the Sao Bento gave a detailed account of the walk from the Msikaba River to the Mtamvuna River.Some150peoplelosttheirlivesinthe

ban carrying a cargo of molasses when she struck, and ripped open her hull, on the northern Pinnacles of the nearby Aliwal Shoal during rough seas on 11 August, 1974. Thecrewmadeabraveattempttoturnthe ship around to return towards Durban, but the ship was irrevocably doomed and started to sink. The event was witnessed from ashore and a rescue party was launched by local fishermen who man­ aged to rescue all the crew in treacherous conditions, thereby averting any casual­

violent storm on 24 April 1554, that drove the ship onto the island. Some 322 people managed to get the mainland. They made a camp on the south bank of the river and the shelter was "a superb lodging made of rich carpets, pieces of good cloth and silk, put to very different use from that for which they were made”. In 1974, The Produce, a 119m long Nor­ wegian bulk carrier, weighing in 15 000 tons passed by the KZN South Coast. She was travelling south from the port of Dur­

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ties. The ship split in half and came to set­ tle about 500m north of Aliwal Shoal shortly afterwards where today she pro­ vides an excellent opportunity for a most interesting dive. – www.tourismsouthcoast.co.za

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tunity for us pops up. We at Ugu South Coast Tourism have been engaging with our provincial conventions bureau to ascertain the measure to which we can tap into this opportunity. There are numerous conferences that do not require the utilisation of mega facilities such as the ICC in Durban and we seek to nibble at those prospects. This brings me to the principle of having a South Coastbased professional conference organiser (PCO). Our company is willing to have in our offices a PCO who will run their own business and, in conjunction with us, source, and manage mice opportunities. To date there does not appear to be a PCO in our vicinity. We believe that in having an “inhouse” PCO service, there is scope for a person to have a successful conferencing operation with some overheads being alleviated by be-

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Anesh Bhailall (left) (ADT Security Armed Response area manager) receives a new fleet of re­ sponse vehicles from Clive Thompson (Nissan Port Shepstone sales manager). “Having a reliable and well-maintained fleet of response vehicles is critical to our business, as knowing that ADT is ‘always there’ enhances our clients’ peace of mind.” ThesewerethewordsofADTSecuritySouth Coast branch manager Ivan Govender after the private security company recently took delivery of eight new reaction vehicles. He says the safety of their officers, while on patrol,isparamountandthiswasanimportant consideration when choosing which vehicle would best suit their needs. “Our preference is the Nissan NP200 for its excellent road-holding and cornering ability,

and because it is equipped with superior safety featuressuchasairbags,ABSbrakes,park-distance controlling, and a Bluetooth system for hands-free calls. “Additionally,wereinforcethevehicledoors with Kevlar and coat the windows with an antismash and grab film.” Martin Kriel, managing director of ADT Security’sEastCoastregionsaysthathavingwellarmoured, well-equipped response vehicles not only ensures that armed response officers are prepared for any eventuality, but also ensures they are able to safely respond to emergencies in the fastest possible time.

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NGEL’S Care, a shelter for the homeless in Paddock, is relocating to other premises in the area. Previoulsy called Angel’s Wings, it has been run by Jandré and Carlin Foster for eight years. There are two shelters that make up Angel’s Care — one is a double-story house called Lake Placid and the other a tented area. “We have to expand on the house and move the people out of the tents and into Lake Placid because there is no running water or electricity,” said Jandré. He said the Ugu District Municipality used to send water tankers twice a week, but since March 2013, has stopped. “It’s very unhygienic. People can’t live without water. There are many children who live at the shelter and they are falling ill.” He said the shelter was in need of donations. “We need building supplies and temporary shelter such as tents in order to make this move

successful.” There are currently 122 people living at the shelter, the majority of whom are sickly. Some are bipolar and are on chronic medication. “We have had lots of help from the farmers in Paddock as well as businesses and people in the community. All we need now is to move out of that unhygienic spot.” Spokesperson for Ugu District Municipality Sipho Khuzwayo said the municipality used to provide Angel’s Care in Paddock with water on an ad hoc basis. “This was done due to the area not having a regional water supply. The community in the said area rely on boreholes,” said Khuzwayo. “Due to major financial implications to send out tankers, the municipality asked if the care centre can pay for the delivery of water. The owners of this property were requested to pay the cost for the tankering of water, however no one has, to date, come forward.” To assist Angel’s Care with its move or for more information, contact Jandré on 073 706 2566.

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Expedition Africa 2014 in Port Edward

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Expedition Africa entrants Graham Bird (left) and Donovan Sims in dis­ cussion ahead of their race.

THE Expedition Africa 500km non­stop race, which starts at Port Edward, will see 17 countries participating in this his­ toric tourism event. The event started on 23 May and

runs until 1 June around selected routes on the South Coast. Taking part in the event are entrants from South Africa, Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Ireland, Namibia, New Zealand, Northern Ireland, Russia, Sweden, Switzerland and the U.S. Organisers Heidi and Stephan Muller, a husband­and­wife pair, raced together for a decade, competing in expedition­ length races locally and abroad. “The South Coast has so many ele­ ments which teams will appreciate. The

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coastline is dramatic, there are dozens of rivers, hundreds of animal and foot paths and it is definitely not flat,” said Stephan. Attention will fall on the New Zea­ land team, Seagate, which is ranked sec­ ond in the Adventure Racing World Series and which has extensive experience.

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Networking at the event are (from left) Carole Potter, Zuret Opperman and Chloe Dutton.

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With the Comrades Marathon almost here, Kevin van Zyl (left) of County Ford will be running to raise funds for the orphaned children of the Rehoboth Children's Village in Murchison. He will be running in particular for children's clothing, shoes, blankets and duvets, and in this way County Ford is driving the winter away for the orphans. County Ford has chosen Reho­ both as its charity of choice and appeals to the community to join in this important and worthwhile cause. For more information contact Rehoboth on 039 687 7354 or 083 409 2328 or e­mail info@rehoboth.org.za or info@rehoboth.org.za, or visit the website www.rehoboth.org.za or www. rehoboth.org.za. With Van Zyl is Alfons van der Galien.

Umthunzi Boutique Hotel manag­ er Sandy Foce (left) with Vanes­ sa Gounden from South Coast Tourism.

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abantu ngezithuthi ezihleliwe lapho abathandi baleli dili kwakudingeka bashiye izimoto zabo ezindaweni ezithize zokupaka besebethuthwa ngezithuthi ezihlelelwe ukuya enkundleniyomcimbi, futhinomasebegoduka bahanjiswe kanjalo. Khona manjalo udaba lokungalungiswa kocingo lweUgu Sport and Leisure Centre oluphukile luhlonzwe njengembangela yokuthi abathandi balelidili bangene ngaphakathi bengawaphethe amathikithi futhi baphume noma ikanjani. Abalimi bathi laba bantu bengena emasimini abo omoba badla umoba wabo ngokungemthetho futhi omunye bawulimaze noma bawucekele phansi. Abalimi benxusa umasipala woGu ukuthi ulusukumele udaba lokulungiswa kocingo futhi kuqiniswe ezokuphepha enkundleni nangaphandle

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HE Port Shepstone Child Welfare boasts many friendly staff who assist children and families in need. Among them is manager Sagree Naicker, whohas been a socialworker for 22 years. “I wanted to be a missionary, but one of my mentors told me I will be well suited to social work because I like helping people,” said Naicker. Being involved in church events, youth groups and teaching Sunday school classes has been her passion

from the get-go. “I come from humble beginnings. My father was a farmer and taught me to be independent from a young age. We were not rich.” He died when Naicker was 15. NaickermovedfromPietermaritzburg six years ago to take a position at ‘Give a Child a Family’ in Margate. “A few months later, an opportunity at Port Shepstone Child Welfare came up. I love my job and I love the people with whom I work.” Naicker said her mother relied on social grants to get her and her siblings through school. She matriculated with excellent

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Sagree Naicker, Port Shepstone Child Welfare manager. results, but had no money to further her studies. “I was a recipient of social grants, bursaries, donations and the like, and I know just how many children in South Africa feel. I prayed hard that I would be able to study.” Her first course at Unisa cost R160 and comprised one subject. “At that time it was a lot of

money for one subject. I then received donations and bursaries to complete my studies. I also worked while I studied. It took me seven years to get a degree, but I did it.” She said she would love to see adults protect children from social ills, abuse, violence and so on instead of exploiting them. “The government needs to invest

resources in communities. It’s no use spending billions of rands handing out free condoms at schools and clinics.” She said if more learning centres with counsellors and tutors were established, children would not be idle and have time to think of engaging in sexual and criminal activities. “That’s what South Africa needs.”

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group forms a chain and everyone is connected to at least one other person. Step 3 Keep small children in a stroller. Strap babies, toddlers and young pre­schoolers into a stroller so they can't take off when you're not looking. If you have more than one small child, consider using a double stroller to keep them corralled. Many malls and public places, such as zoos and museums, allow you to take in wagons, which are another effective way to keep your children together. Malls might also rent shopping carts, which is another way to keep your children close by. Step 4 Dress your children the same. This works best for trips to an amusement park or other large venues. Use shirts that are the same bright colour or buy matching shirts for everyone to wear. The matching clothes will make it easier for you to spot your children and keep track of them. Don't put your child's name on the clothing how­ ever, because it can invite predators to attempt to make contact. — www.everydaylife.globalpost.com


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the reduction of electrical consumption. Your electrical bill in winter sky rockets due to the extra heating costs, so offsetting this extra ex­ pense by using your pool motor a little less is a much welcomed cost­saving benefit. Cover the pool To prevent evaporation and having to spend money topping up your pool throughout winter, and to eliminate debris from ending up in the pool water, it is a good idea to buy a pool cover. One can pick these up at any pool shop ­ they are usually made up of a kind of bubble plastic that floats on top of the water. All that needs to be done is to cut it down to size and your pool will be well looked after during the cold months. As soon as the weather starts to warm up, re­ move the pool blanket from the surface of the pool as the warmer temperature will increase the devel­ opment of algae in the water, and that is the last thing you want. Extreme cold Keep an eye on the weather forecast and if you are in for very cold weather, it is wise to run the pool pump during this time. The extreme cold does not usually last longer than 48 hours. By running the pool pump during this time, you will stop the water from freezing in the pump or pipes, preventing any serious damage. If you have a solar heating system for your pool, with pipes that run to the panels on the roof of your home, be sure to drain the system, as the very cold weather could freeze up the water in the system and burst or damage the pipes. As summer approaches and the weather starts to warm up, you will need to start running the motor more often, as well as checking the pH, chlorine, and alkaline levels of the pool. The warmer the water gets, the faster the algae will start to grow. Before you know it, the warm weather will be back and your pool will be in tip­top condition for that first spring dip. By maintaining the pool throughout winter, you will have to do very little to the water to enjoy your pool again during summer. ­ property24.com

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trient­releasing bacteria. And it harbours root­extending fungi that help make growing conditions optimal. Organic gardeners also stress problem prevention in the gar­ den. Putting plants in the right amount of sun, along with suitable soil, proper spacing, and ideal planting and watering, allows most plants to thrive with minimal upsets. Make compost the lazy way by layering leaves, lawn clippings, and kitchen waste. Then simply leave it until it’s ready. Nature’s recyclers will take organic matter no matter how it is presented and turn it into rich, dark compost. This process just takes longer in an untended pile. To begin your compost heap, dump yard scraps in a far corner of the yard. An ideal blend would be equal amounts of soft or green material (manure and fresh leaves) and brown or hard material (dead leaves and chopped twigs). Or, if you prefer, keep the compost WE’RE STILL IN TOWN materials neatly contained in a wooden slat or wire mesh bin. AFTER 30 YEARS If you put an access door on the bottom of the bin, you can scoop out the finished compost at the bottom while the rest is still decaying. Add compost starter or good garden soil to a new compost pile to help jump­start the decay of or­ ganic materials. Compost starter, available in gardening shops, contains decay­causing microorganisms. Some brands also contain nutrients, enzymes, hormones, and other stimulants that help decomposers work as fast as possible. Use perforated PVC pipes to aerate compost piles. An ideal compost pile will be about a metre high, big enough to get warm from the heat of decay. Why is heat important? Manufacturers of: High temperatures ­ when a pile is warm enough • Built-in Cupboards to steam on a cool morning ­ semi­sterilise the de­ • Pine, Oak & Melamine Kitchens veloping compost, killing disease spores, hibernat­ • Shop Fittings ing pests, and weed seeds. • Pubs Start a compost pile on a bed of branched sticks that will allow air to rise from below. • Partitioning Add a perforated pipe in the centre, building • Gates, etc layers of old leaves, grass clippings, and other garden leftovers around it. Tel: 039 682 1884 • Fax: 039 682 7350 The air will flow through the pipe into the pile. cnr. Bisset & Connor Streets, Port Shepstone Use on­site com­ posting for easy soil im­ provement. Gather up old leaves, livestock ma­ nure, and/or green veg­ etable scraps and let them lie in or beside the garden until they rot, then work them into the soil. Or just heap them on the garden in the fall and till them in­ to the soil. They will be de­ cayed by spring. You can also dig a hole, dump in the yard waste, cover it with a little soil, and let it rot in privacy. ­www.howstuff­ works.com

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UST a little over 12 months since opening, Board Xpress DIY Manaba continues a remarkable success story. With the backing of the strong Board Express brand and a commitment to affordability, convenience and variety of choice, the focused home improvement has established itself within the non structural improvement sector. “We will soon be announcing another exciting development in line with our vision of becoming even

more relevant as a home improvement centre. “The combination of installed and/or DIY options for indoor and outdoor home improvement has been incredibly well received by home owners in the area,” says Colin Proudfoot, owner of the outlet. Besides the offering of kitchen and bedroom cupboards, laminate flooring, outdoor decking, board, worktops and home improvement accessories, we will soon be an-

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Youth Day

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>> The tournament will showcase no fewer than 23 teams from schools along the coast IT is almost that time of the year again where our local talent takes to the field in the Youth Day 7aside Rugby Tournament hosted by the SKZN Referees Society. The event will take place on the Monday 16 June at Creston College, and will showcase no fewer than 23 teams from schools along the coast. For the past three years Status Panel Beaters has been involved in this community­driven project that helps referees raise much­needed funds for their society. This year will see Status again sponsoring two teams participating in the U13 age group as well as get­ ting involved as co­event sponsor. Danie Steyn owner of Status Panel Beaters is really excited about the tournament. "I think it's a fantastic initiative

to get our youth on the field and competing in healthy sports activi­ ties. “We have seen this event grow in stature over the years and we are proud to be associated with the event as well as the SKZN Referees Society. I urge everybody to go along and enjoy the great rugby with us." The event starts at 7am and is scheduled to end at 1pm. For more information, contact Giel Minie on 074 194 2711. — Supplied.

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THE NUMBERS Patrol vs Land Cruiser ZD30DDTi Engine 1HZ 4 in line Cylinders 6 in line 16 DOHC Valves 12 SOHC 2 953 cc Displacement 3 956 cc 2,02 Transfer gear ratio low 2,488 110 kW at 3 600 rpm Power 96 kW at 3 800 rpm 371 Nm at 1 800 rpm Torque 285 Nm at 2 200 rpm 2 150 x 1 800 mm Load bin 2 235 x 1 600 mm 205 mm Ground clearance 235 mm 265/70 R16 Wheel size 265/70 R16 12,6 metres Turning circle 11,8 metres 750 kg Towing unbraked 750 kg 2 500 kg Towing braked 1 500 kg 175 litres Fuel tanks 180 litres 16,9:1 Compression 22,4:1 2310 kg Tare 2 065 kg 1 090 kg Payload 1 135 kg 34° Approach angle 38° 30° Departure angle 29° 700 mm Wade depth 700 mm 15 000 km Service intervals 10 000 km 3 years/100 000 km Warranty 3 years/100 000 km

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IT is estimated that in the U.S. nighttime driving between 6pm and 6am may only account for about 23% of all vehicle kilometres travelled, nevertheless it accounts for more than 50% of all fatalities for vehicle occupants aged 18 and older. The statistics in South Africa are not available, but are similar, if not higher. With winter on its way many motorists are now leaving for school and work in the dark and returning in the dark when there is reduced visibility. “At dusk and dawn, drivers lose the advantage of colour and contrast which they have during the day. This isdue,inpart,totheeye’sabilitytoadjust,” says Les Mc Master, chairman of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA). Mc Master says there are several ways to protect yourself while driving at night. • Let your eyes adjust The eye naturally adjusts to the darkness, but it can take up to 30 minutesforyoureyestoadapttodarkness fully and drivers should reduce speed during this transitional time. Eugene Herbert of MasterDrive , agrees, saying regardless of how effective your headlights are, they do not adequately light sections of the road on either side of the vehicle. He also highlights the danger of glare and recovery time, saying that while most people’s eyes recover from such glare within three to five seconds, recovery times of seven seconds or longer are not uncommon and this increases with age. “Itmaybeusefultotalktoyoureyecareprovideraboutspecialanti-glare glasses that can help you see better at night,” Mc Master advises.

•Reduce your speed In view of the reduced visibility, it is advisable for motorists to reduce their speed. Reaction time while driving is typically 1.5 seconds. This means that if you notice a car suddenly stopping in front of you, it will take you an average of 1.5 seconds to react. IR S Slowing your speed IM RE PA R L E E T DS M AG A N slightly is one of the best ways to avoid head-on JINKY collisions, especially at Tel: 039 312 0001 night when your vision Cell: 082 821 8642 Email: wheel_doctors@hotmail.com distance is limited by your headlights. You tried the rest, now come to the best! •Don’t drive when tired

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Exhaustion severely affects focus and reaction time, so it is advisable to keep driving to a minimum in these circumstances. •Avoid distractions Pay attention to all driving safety laws including not speaking on a cellphone. One needs to minimise one’s distractions so that you can focus on the road completely. Cellphones should be turned off and passengers asked to avoid pointing at things outsidethecarorsocialisinginawaythat requires your visual attention. •Do a quick car-safety check Before driving in the dark make sure your headlights, taillights and signal lights are clean and working properly. You should also consider

taking your car to a workshop to make sure your headlights are properly aimed. Misaimed headlights can blind other drivers and reduce your ability to see the road.

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Worn shock absorbers seriously compromise a car’s handling and safety on the road, but be­ cause shock absorbers wear out gradually, motorists often adjust unconsciously to the change in their vehicle’s handling, unaware of thedanger they’reinduetotheefficiencyofvital components being compromised. “It’s essential that motorists are aware of howdangerouswornshockscanbeandfamiliar­ ise themselves with the signs that their car’s shocks may be due for replacement,” says Les Mc Master, chairman of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA.) Independent research on the extent to which worn shock absorbers impacts on a vehi­ cle’s safety shows that they compromise the driver’s ability to stop, steer and maintain vehi­ cle stability. “In fact it takes 2.6 metres longer to stop from a speed of 80 km/h on a straight road with only one driver in the car and it takes 11.3 metres longer to stop when fully loaded and

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GILSON, CRAIG KENNETH DESORMEAUX. The memorial service for Craig Gilson will take place at the Presbyterian Church, Kokstad,on Friday 30th May at 11h00

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EMPIE TRANSPORT Long distance furniture transport:anywhere in the country. Good prices, free quotes. Pieter: 073 525 6536

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PEST CONTROL SPECIALIST Reg: Act 36/1947, SAPCA, PCSIB All pest control needs 039 695 1505/1624/ 082 871 3465

Branches in Uvongo 039 315 1254 Ramsgate 039 314 9254 Manaba 039 213 1904

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M, seeking employment preferrably in the Motor Dealership Industry, has short business management certificate, computer cert and drivers licence, also has PRDP. contact: 072 491 4868 PRINCESS looking for admin work, has experence, has computer & administration certificate. 083 747 8929 PRISCILLA seeks domestic work. Live in. 5 days a wk. Exp. & refs. 078 712 9463 Victoria seeks work as a home-based caregiver. Exp. 3 yrs. 074 481 5105 HOUSEKEEPER/COMPANION - 60 yr old, white, English lady with 14 yrs exp. and contact-able refs. Requires live-in position. Contact 072 989 5465 WALL AND FLOOR TILING 7 yrs exp. Ref. avail. Phone Orlando 073 190 7043

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classifieds Post: Finance & Admin Officer – Provide Financial Support to Port Shepstone and Umzimkhulu Branch. Based at Port Shepstone and travel to Umzimkhulu (R90k – R130k per annum TCTC) Requirements: • Formal Qualification in Accounting (preferably 3 year) • Experience in Reporting and Budget monitoring • Sound knowledge and experience in preparing audit packs and dealing with audit queries • Ability to write up books to trial balance • Payments to be done on Business Banking (Standard Bank) • Prepare bank reconciliations • Maintenance of the asset registers and stock control • Experience in petty cash (Imprest System) • Valid code 8 driver’s licence with 1 years experience with no endorsement (manual) • Able and willing to travel to branches (necessary) • Good teamwork, time management and administration skills. Ability to work under pressure to meet tight deadlines • Computer literate: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access & Financial System (Navision/Pastel) • Communication skills (both verbal and written) in at least two of the provincial languages Covering letter with a 3 page curriculum vitae to be faxed to 086 2709 623 or emailed to: cpillay@redcross.org.za for attention Ms C Pillay.

UMASIPALA WASEZINQOLENI

EZINQOLENI MUNICIPALITY AMENDMENT TO THE 2013/2014 EZINQOLENI ORGANISATIONAL SCORECARD Notice is hereby given in terms of the Municipal Systems Act, 2000 (Act 32 of 2000) that Ezinqoleni Municipality is in the process of amending its Integrated Development Plan. The Municipal Systems Act stipulates that “each municipal council must, within a prescribed period after the start of its elected term, adopt a single, all inclusive and strategic plan for the development of the municipality”. Section 34 of the Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000 further enables municipalities to amend their adopted IDP “to the extent that changing circumstances so demand and to amend the Integrated Development Plan in accordance with a prescribed process”. It is against this background that the 2013/2014 organisational scorecard will be amended. All interested parties and organizations within Ezinqoleni are requested to forward their written comments to the municipality with the Strategic Planning Manager: Sinenhlanhla Dlamini, Tel: 039 534 1582, Fax: 039 534 1585, P O Box 108, Izingolweni, 4260, sned@ezinqoleni.gov.za, by no later than 18 June 2014. Mr M.N MABECE Municipal Manager: Ezinqoleni Municipality

Closing date for all applications is 13 June 2014.

BOOKKEEPER / SCHOOL SECRETARY

We manufacture, supply & install the following products Gates, Wire Fencing & Burglar Guards (galvanised) We construct boundary walls, alterations to new & existing buildings, paving, tarring, fencing & concrete driveways

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This position in the school requires someone with very special skills and a specific character. We are looking for a person who is practical, highly organised, has impeccable integrity and with great people skills. WORKING CONDITIONS HOURS: 7h15 TO 15h00 daily during school terms, plus additional days for events and functions during the year. ESSENTIAL SKILLS AND ATTRIBUTES Current working knowledge and experience of Quick Books Software, wordprocessing and Excel spreadsheets. Ability to use own initiative while informed by school policy. Ability to manage Reception and all Office duties. Excellent Organisational skills a necessity. Own Transport. English speaking. Kindly assertive with a genuine affinity for people and small children. Market related salary, to start 21 July 2014. Please send CV to umdoniprepri@telkomsa.net

Umdoni Pre-Primary School 145 Lewis Drive, Amanzimtoti, 4126 PH: 031 9036761 • FX: 031 9033383

NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 128 of 2014 BID No: 8/2/1483 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF BRUSHCUTTER SPARES

PUBLIC NOTICE CALLING FOR INSPECTION OF SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATION ROLL AND LODGING OF OBJECTIONS FOR UMZUMBE MUNICIPALITY Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 49(1)(a)(i) of the Local Government Municipal Property Rates Act, of 2004 (Act No.6 of 2004). herein after referred to as the “Act”, that the 1st supplementary valuation roll for the financial period 1 July 2014 to 30 June 2015, is open for public inspection. An invitation is hereby made in terms of Section 49(1)(a)(ii) of the Act that any owner of property or other person who desires should lodge an objection with the Municipal Manager in respect of any matter reflected in or omitted from, the valuation roll within the below mentioned period. Attention is specifically drawn to the fact that in terms of Section 50(2) of the Act , an objection must be in relation to a specific property and not against the valuation roll as such. The valuation roll is available for inspection for a period of 30 days from 29th May 2014 to 10th July 2014 at the Umzumbe municipal office, Mathulini MPCC, Sipofu. The form for the lodging of objection is obtainable at the above mentioned municipal offices. The completed forms must be returned to the Municipal Offices. For enquiries please contact Mr Themba Ngilande on 039 972 0005. NC MGIJIMA MUNICIPAL MANAGER

NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 124 of 2014

Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites bids for the Supply and Delivery of Brush cutter spares. Bid will be valid from 01 July 2014 to 30 June 2015. Bid documents may be obtained from Hibiscus Coast Municipality, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone from Friday, 30 May 2014 (office hours 07h30 until 16h00), upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278.00 (VAT inclusive) for each document. Bid documents will only be issued on presentation of a receipt obtained from a cashier. Please take note that cashiers may be found at the Old Post Office Building at the corner of Woolley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone. Completed bid documents in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “Bid No: 8/2/1483: Supply and Delivery of Brush cutter Spares must be deposited in the tender box at the Municipal offices at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on Friday, 13 June 2014 thereafter all bids will be opened in public. All tender enquiries can be directed to Vernon Pillay on 074 313 9316 during office hours. Hibiscus Coast Municipality subscribes to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEEA), Act 53 of 2003, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000). The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this tender proposal. NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS: The Supply Chain Management Policy of Hibiscus Coast Municipality will apply. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to tender. Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 120 days SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

KWAZULU-NATAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008: INVITATION TO COMMENT The Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invite comments / objections in terms of item 1(1) of Schedule 1 of the KwaZulu-Natal Planning and Development Act, 2008 (Act No. 6 of 2008), for the removal of conditions B (f), (i) and (k) from the Deed of Transfer T034805/2012. The conditions to be removed state that the Township Owners, their successor, assigns and the Local Authority may, without compensation, erection, lay and maintain electric wires and/or water piping, construct and maintain sewers and drains over or under the lot along any boundary other than a road frontage within a distance of 1.83 metres. The street address of the subject property is 293 Fife Street, Ramsgate. The subject property is zoned Special Residential in terms of the Margate Scheme and is 1171m² in extent. A copy of the application (no: 62/14) received in terms of the above is available for inspection between 08h00 and 16h00 at Erf 666 Crescent Road, Uvongo, Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Planning. Comments on the application, which may be submitted by fax, mail, or email to the Head of Department: Economic Development, Tourism and Planning, Attention: Town Planner, Sithembile Ntozakhe, Tel: 039 – 3159240, Fax: 086 529 7256, PO Box 5, Port Shepstone, 4240, Sthembile.ntozakhe@hcm.gov.za, by no later than 1 July 2014. A person’s failure to lodge or forward comments in response to this notice shall have the effect of precluding the person from further participating in the process and taking any further steps, with regard to the application. SM MBILI Municipal Manager P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS (S.A.) TRAINEE ACCOUNTANT Port Shepstone firm of Chartered Accountants have a vacancy for an ambitious person wishing to commence or continue training as trainee accountant with a dynamic firm. Applicants must have a BComp Accounting Degree or equivalent with the goal of obtaining their CA (SA). Communication skills are essential. Competitive remuneration and ample study leave allowed. If you have not heard from us by 30 June 2014 consider your application as unsuccessful. Send CV, Matric & Unisa results to mail@ buhrparry.co.za

NOTICE OF PUBLIC CONSULTATION OF INTENTION TO ESTABLISH A MUNICIPAL ENTITY: AN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR UGU DISTRICT Notice is hereby given of the public consultation meeting for the establishment of a municipal entity, a District Development Agency for the Ugu District Municipality. This notice is given in accordance with section 78 (3) (a) of the municipal systems act and section 84 (2) (a) of the municipal finance management act. A cabinet lekgotla resolution for the establishment of district level Development Agencies in all Districts of KwaZulu-Natal was passed in 2013. Development Agencies have the potential to develop as powerful mechanisms for the implementation of development projects if correctly applied. The proposed Development Agency for the Ugu District will be designed to roll out and manage the implementation of economically viable Local Economic Development Projects for the socio-economic benefit of the Ugu district and to trigger economic growth in the region. Ugu District Municipality invites the public and interested parties to attend the meetings. The particulars for which are as follows Date: 12 June 2014 Time: 10H00 Venue: Port Shepstone Civic Centre Rsvp to; Contact Person: Municipality: Address: Tel: Email:

Mandla Mkhungo Ugu District 96, Marine Drive, Ugu Oslo Beach Offices 039 688 5896 mandla.mkhungo@ugu.gov.za

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HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 126 of 2014

KWAZULU-NATAL PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT ACT, 2008: INVITATION TO COMMENT The Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites comments / objections in terms of item 1(1) of Schedule 1 of the KwaZulu-Natal Planning and Development Act, 2008 (Act No. 6 of 2008), for the rezoning of Portion 4 of Erf 715 Shelly Beach from Special Residential 1 to Limited Commercial. The subject property is located on Maine Drive and is developed with a single family dwelling that is currently utilised as an office for a motor dealership. The applicant proposes utilise the property for the use of a shop and an office building. The applicant proposes to convert the existing building into offices for administration purposes for the car dealership. The bulk factors contained in the proposed Limited Commercial has a higher Coverage and FAR compared to the controls applicable to the present Special Residential 1. The Coverage will increase from 30% to 50% and the FAR will increase from 0.3 to 0.5. A copy of the application (no: 61/14) received in terms of the above is available for inspection between 08h00 and 16h00 at Erf 666 Crescent Road, Uvongo, Department: Economic Development, Tourism and Planning. Comments on the application, which may be submitted by fax, mail, or email to the Head of Department: Economic Development, Tourism and Planning, Attention: Town Planner, Sithembile Ntozakhe, Tel: 039 – 315 9240, Fax: 086 529 7256, PO Box 5, Port Shepstone, 4240, Sthembile.ntozakhe@hcm.gov.za, by no later than 1 July 2014. A person’s failure to lodge or forward comments in response to this notice shall have the effect of precluding the person from further participating in the process and taking any further steps, with regard to the application. SM MBILI Municipal Manager P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 104 of 2014 BID NO: 8/2/1470 POTHOLE REPAIRS IN THE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPAL AREA

NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 130 of 2014 TENDER NO: 8/2/1485 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF VERGE MAINTENANCE EQUIPMENT 2014/2015 FINANCIAL YEAR

Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites bids for pothole repairs in the Hibiscus Coast Municipal area for a period of three (3) year. Only Bidders who are registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) with a classification grading of 3CE or higher, are eligible to submit a tender and will be considered for award. The Scope of Works includes Small Patching and large patching with hot Asphalt Premix, In 4 different areas of the Hibiscus Coast Municipality.

Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites tenders from suitably qualified service providers to bid on the above mentioned tender.

Bid documents may be obtained from the Hibiscus Coast Municipality, at the offices of the Directorate: Human Settlements and Infrastructure at 1 Protea Road, Marburg from 30 May 2014 (office hours 07h30 until 16h00), upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278, 00 (VAT inclusive) for each document.

Tender documents may be obtained from Hibiscus Coast Municipality, at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone from Friday the 30 May 2014 (during office hours 07h30 to 16h00), upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278.00 (VAT inclusive) for each document.

Bid documents will only be issued on presentation of a receipt obtained from a cashier. Please take note that there are no cashiers at the Marburg Offices. Cashiers may be found at the Old Post Office Building at the corner of Wooley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone.

Tender documents will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a Cashier. Please take note that Cashiers are at the Old Post Office Building at the corner of Wooley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone.

A Compulsory Clarification Meeting will be held at Directorate: Human Settlement & Infrastructure No. 1 Protea Road, Marburg on Wednesday, 11 June 2014 at 12h00. Please note that bid document must be purchased prior to the clarification meeting, as no service provider will be allowed at the briefing without a tender document.

Completed tender documents in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Tender No:8/2/1485 :Supply and Delivery of Verge Maintenance Equipment 2014/2015 Financial Year must be deposited in the tender box at the Municipal Offices at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on 13 June 2014 thereafter all tenders will be opened in public. All technical enquiries are to be directed to Mr AS Davis on 039-3166125 Hibiscus Coast municipality subscribes to the Broad Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEEA), Act 53 of 2003, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000). The 80/20 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this tender

NOTE: BID DOCUMENTS WILL NOT BE ISSUED AT THE CLARIFICATION MEETING. Completed bid documents in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “Tender No: 8/2/1470 – Pothole Repairs in the Hibiscus Coast Municipal Area” must be deposited in the tender box at the Municipal offices at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on 04 July 2014, after which all bid documents will be opened in public. All technical queries with regards to this tender are to be directed to Mr MC Damoyi on 039 688 2142.

NOTE TO BIDDERS ON TENDER CONDITIONS:

Evaluations of bids will be in accordance with a Method 2, i.e., Financial Offer and Preference. The Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) applies to this bid. and 90/10 Preference points will be utilized.

The Supply Chain Management Policy of Hibiscus Coast Municipality will apply. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest tender or any tender and reserves the right to accept the whole or part thereof, or to reject all tenders and cancel the notice to tender. Tenders that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Tenders submitted shall remain valid for a period of 120 days.

The Municipality does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender and reserves the right to accept the whole or any part of a tender. Bid document that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by telegraph, facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink, will be rejected and not considered for further evaluation.

NB: Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are Not allowed to bid or quote. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240

Tenders submitted shall remain valid for a period of 120 days. NB: Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are not allowed to bid or quote. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 136 of 2014

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NOTICE OF GENERAL MEETING PERTAINING TO THE CONSOLIDATION OF SCHEMES Hibiscus Coast Municipality invites all interested and affected parties to a general meeting pertaining to the consolidation of the current Umtamvuna, Mpenjati, Margate, Port Shepstone, Hibberdene and draft Gamalakhe Schemes to form one combined Scheme to be known as the Hibiscus Coast Municipality Scheme.

DATE : Friday, 06 June 2014 TIME : 10h00 - 12h30 VENUE : Council Chambers, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone

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All enquiries may be forwarded to Mr Sifiso Zondo, Manager Town Planning on 039-3159218 or via email Sifiso.zondo@hcm.gov.za or to Letitia Bense, Town Planner on 039-3159241 or via e-mail letitia.bense@hcm.gov.za. ISAZISO NO: 136 ku 2014

ISAZISO SOMHLANGANO MAYELANA NOKUBUNJWA KOHLELO OLUZOHLANGANISA IZINDAWO UMkhandlu weHibiscus Coast umema bonke abathintekayo emhlanganweni omayelana nokubunjwa koMthamvuna, Mpenjathi, Margate, Port Shepstone, Hibberdene kanye neGamalakhe ukuze kusungulwe uhlelo olusha oluzohlanganisa izindawo oluzokwaziwa nge Hibiscus Coast Municipality Scheme. Inhloso yomhlangano ukuvula ithuba lokuthi amalunga omphakathi azimbandakanye nohlelo kanye nemigudu bese kulalelwa nemibono evela emphakathini. Imininingwane yomhlangano imi kanje: USUKU : ULwesihlanu, 06 June 2014 ISIKHATHI : 10h00 - 12h30 INDAWO : Council Chambers, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone Imibuzo ingaqondiswa ku Mnu. Sifiso Zondo, Manager Town Planning ku 039-3159218 noma nge email Sifiso.zondo@hcm.gov.za noma ku Nksz. Letitia Bense, Town Planner ku 039-3159241 noma nge e-mail letitia.bense@hcm.gov.za.

HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 106 of 2014 BID NO: 8/2/1472 SEALING OF ROADS IN THE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPAL AREA Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites bids for the sealing of roads in the Hibiscus Coast Municipal Area for a period of three (3) years. Only Bidders who are registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) with a classification grading of 3 SB or higher, are eligible to submit a tender and will be considered for award. BID documents may be obtained from the Hibiscus Coast Municipality, at the office of the Directorate: Human Settlements & Infrastructure, No. 1 Protea Road, Marburg, from 12h00, 30 May 2014, upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278.00 VAT inclusive for each document. Bids will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a cashier. Please take note that there are no cashiers at the Marburg Office. Cashiers offices are at the Old Post Office Building, Opposite Shoprite Checkers, Port Shepstone i.e. Cnr of Wooley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone. Please contact the Roads Technical Officer, Mr. MC Damoyi on telephone number 039 688 2139 / 071 105 1665 for more information. Compulsory Clarification Meeting will be held on 11 June 2014 at 10h00, No. 1 Protea road Marburg. NB: Please note that, bid documents must be purchased prior to the clarification meeting, as no service provider will be allowed at the briefing without a tender document. Completed BID Documents must be clearly marked with the relevant Bid Number as follows:BID NO: 8/2/1472 – Sealing of roads in the Hibiscus Coast Municipal area for a period of three (3) years. Completed bid documents must be deposited in a sealed envelope in to the tender box at the Municipal Offices, 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on Friday, 04 July 2014 thereafter all bid document will be opened in public. The Hibiscus Coast Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000), which gives preference to bids from emerging contractors or joint venture with emerging contractors. Method 2 of evaluation criteria will be utilized and 90/10 preferential points will be applicable.

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NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 134 of 2014 TENDER NO: 8/2/1488 ACQUISITION OF A TRACKING SYSTEM FOR COUNCIL FLEET Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites bids for the acquisition of a tracking system for Council Fleet as specified in the bid document. Bid documents may be obtained from the Hibiscus Coast Municipality office at 1 Protea Road, Marburg, from Friday, 30 May 2014 from 08h00, upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278.00 including VAT for each document. Bid documents will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a Cashier and payment can be made at any of the HCM Cashier Offices Completed bid documents in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Tender No: 8/2/1488 – Acquisition of A Tracking System For A Council Fleet For A Three (3) Year Period” must be deposited in the tender box at the Municipal Offices at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on Tuesday, 01 July 2014 thereafter all bid will be opened in public. A compulsory clarification meeting will be held at 1 Protea Road, Marburg at the Department: Human Settlement and Infrastructure Boardroom on Tuesday, 10 June 2014 at 10h00. All technical enquiries can be directed to Ms N Gwiji (Fleet Manager) on 039 684 3058 during office hours. Hibiscus Coast Municipality subscribes to the Broad-Based Black Economic Empowerment Act (BBBEEA), Act 53 of 2003, Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act, 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000). The 90/10 preference point system shall be applicable during the evaluation and adjudication of this tender proposal. NOTE TO BIDDERS ON TENDER CONDITIONS:

NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS: The Supply Chain Management Policy of Hibiscus Coast Municipality will apply; The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any other bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid; Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation; and Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 120 days. NB: Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are not allowed to bid or quote. Hibiscus Coast Municipality P.O. Box 5 Port Shepstone 4240

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The Supply Chain Management Policy of Hibiscus Coast Municipality will apply. The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest tender or any tender and reserves the right to accept the whole or part thereof, or to reject all tenders and cancel the notice to tender. Tenders that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Tenders submitted shall remain valid for a period of 120 days. NB: Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are Not allowed to bid or quote. SM MBILI MUNICIPAL MANAGER P.O. Box 5 PORT SHEPSTONE 4240


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ARD is what makes it great” is the slogan for this year’s Comrades Marathon and athletes from the South Coast Striders could not agree more. The South Coast Striders is the only athletics club in the area and comprises 155 members. This year the club boasts two novice runners, one which is 20years-old ; which is the youngest one can be to participate in the sports event. Isak Ludick of Uvongo is eagerly anticipating his twelfth marathon this year. Last year, he finished within 11 hours. He is also the captain for the club and is overseeing the training routines and preparations for the 55 others from the club who will take part in the run. “We started training six months ago which meant early mornings, even on weekends, four hour runs, supplements, healthy eating and exercise,” said Ludick. He added that participating was not easy but what kept him motivated was the atmosphere. “When we arrive, there’s people cheering us on, loud music and there’s such a vibe. The last 30kms are always the hardest. That’s when you’re tired, but you have to tell yourself to keep going. When you pass the finish line, it’s magical.” Debbie Ridley, chairman of the club said the marathon is always emotional for her. “This is my seventh Comrades and I know I’m going to cry when I hit the finish mark. Everyone does,” she

said. Ridley added that it was emotional because there’s so many highs and lows during the race. “Sometimes you’re positive and happy, then you get tired and you have negative thoughts in your mind. Then you see people cheering and dancing along the way and it keeps you motivated.” Novice athlete Makhosi Mhlophe of Margate said he loves running but was only motivated to compete in the Comrades after joining the South Coast Striders. “It’s great to have people who motivate you and share the same vision as you. Sometimes others see the potential you have, when you don’t,” said Mhlophe. He said he often told himself that the Comrades is too difficult and

used it as an excuse to not take part. “Iwoke uponedayandtoldmyself, yes it’s difficult but that’s not an excuse. I trained and I qualified.” The youngest novice runner in the club, 20-year-old Matthew Lindebaum, is ecstatic about the Comrades and has completed his 50th Park Run recently. The 5km run takes place every Sunday in the St Mike’s area. “I always thought of the Comrades is the big race. “I trained hard and I know I’m ready. It’s already such an achievement to have qualified.” Lindebaum follows an online training programme and trains four to five times a week. He runs about 65-80kms every week. For more details about the club call 082 441 5370.

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South Coast Striders athletes (from left) Isak Ludick, Matthew Lindebaum, Debbie Ridley and Makhosi Mhlophe together with 52 other members will compete in this year's Comrades Marathon. The Fever wishes them all the best.


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The South Coast Warriors went up against UKZN away this past weekend and won 24­9, which is five points for the log. The second team also won 44­7. Ben Oosthuizen was named forwards man of the match and the overall man of the match was Chris Mitchell. Their next game is also an away game against Hill­ crest, whom they beat 17­0 in the first round

VIRTUALLY all soccer has come to a halt over this time of year. PHOTO: MG ROSCHER However, we look forward to 12 June when the World Cup kicks off in Brazil. As far as rugby is concerned, the Sharks continue to top the log in the Super 15. For the second week in a row they have beatenaNew Zealandteamontheirhome turf, this time accounting for Blues 29­23. Rebels went down 19­41 to Waratahs and this has moved Waratahs to second place on the combined log. Bulls have shownsteady improvement and easily accounted for Brumbies44­23. Highlanders and Crusaders had a terrif­ ic clash which could have gone either way, but the visitors crept in by two points. Hurricanes were fantastic in absolutely outplaying Chiefs to record a 45­8 victory. Western Force predictably beat Lions 29­ 19, and Stormers played their best game of the season by destroying Cheetahs 33­0. After last weekend’s results, Crusaders are now third, with Western Force, Hurri­ canes and Highlanders all only one point behind. On Friday at 9:35am, Crusaders will pick up a bonus point against Western Forceandwinbyatleastsevenpoints. Lat­ er at 11:40am, Reds will get annihilated by Highlanders in a one­sided game, where the visitors will win by more than 20 points. On Saturday, the first game starts at 6:35am between Chiefs and Waratahs. Here I think the home side will bounce back after their disappointing game last week and beat the visitors by three points. At 9:35am, Blues host Hurricanes where the visitors may well go away with the spoils by winning by five points. Back at home, Brumbies will probably beat Rebels by at least seven points. At 5:05pm, Lions will get a lesson from Bulls and go down by at least 10 south coast points. Sharks return to Durban and will have a tough game against SALES MANAGER: SOUTH COAST Stormers, but will still Media24 KZN Local News is looking to appoint a Sales Manager responsible for win by five or more South Coast Fever and East Griqualand Fever. This position will report to the points in the 7:10pm Regional Sales Manager. The main purpose of the role is to generate sales, service a game. select portfolio of key accounts and grow current sales to meet and exceed targets. There is a break of Key Responsibilities: nearly a month in the (The primary tasks, functions and deliverables of the role) Super 15 competition, as there are a number • Motivate, manage and develop a team of sales reps of international fix­ • Assist the sales team with analyzing and identifying key accounts tures taking place. • Develop and implement sales plans in line with the overall business strategy • Identify and generate new business opportunities The next Super 15 • Prepare and present tailored sales proposals and presentations to new and game is on 27 June. existing clients On the tennis scene, • Build strategic working relationships with clients Roland Garros has • Analyze potential sales opportunities by using data analyses, research and information available started, where Rafael • Work closely with Marketing to support the sales strategies Nadal should again win as he is almost unbeat­ Skills and Competencies able on clay. (The abilities that the individual needs in order to perform this role effectively) In the women’s sec­ • Excellent communication skills tion, Serena Williams • Problem solving may well win again too, • Negotiation but could be given a run • Goal orientated and motivated to succeed • Work well under pressure for her money by the • Time management skills gorgeous Maria Shara­ pova. Qualification Last weekend saw • Grade 12 / Matric. A relevant tertiary education in sales/marketing is advantageous four incredible sprint races take place at Experience Scottsville racecourse. • 5 years experience within a sales / target driven environment (management Alboran Sea won the experience within the media industry advantageous) 2yo Fillies race, Prior Knowledge Guiness won the colts • Proficiency in relevant software packages and applications and geldings race, Via • Knowledge of sales strategies and concepts Africa just held on to win the SA Fillies Sprint Applications must be sent by email to: fever-vacancies@media24.com no later than Friday 6th June. Please note, applicants must clearly indicate which post and Normanz won the they are applying for. Candidates who have not received feedback by 13th June Golden Horse Sprint.

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CAPTAIN Vinesh Maharaj, former detective commander at Umzinto SAPS, participated with 13 other members from KwaZulu­Natal in the SAPS National Tennis Championships in Polokwane re­ cently. KZN won two bronze medals, while the best achieving province was Western Cape followed by Limpopo. The championships are held annually at a different province each year to host approxi­ mately 200 participants. Next year's event will be held in Kimberley in the Northern Cape. Cap­ tain Maharaj is now stationed at the Port Shepstone cluster office where his responsibility is to monitor, evaluate and inspect detective units within the Port Shepstone cluster. Cluster commander, Major General Thembi Ndlovu congratulated Captain Maharaj for representing Port Shepstone cluster and participating in the national championships. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

NOTICE HIBISCUS COAST MUNICIPALITY NOTICE NO: 78 of 2014 BID NO: 8/2/1457 SUPPLY AND DELIVERY OF AGGREGATE PRODUCTS (SAND, STONE, CEMENT AND PREFABRICATED PRODUCTS) Hibiscus Coast Municipality hereby invites bids for the Supply and Delivery of Aggregate Products (Sand, Stone, Cement and Prefabricated Products) as specified in the under-mentioned bid documents for the period of Three (3) years BID documents may be obtained from the Hibiscus Coast Municipality, at the office of the HOD: Human Settlements & Infrastructure, No. 1 Protea Road, Marburg, from 30 May 2014, upon payment of a non-refundable cash payment of R278.00 VAT inclusive for each document. Bids will only be issued on a receipt obtained from a cashier. Please take note that there are no cashiers at the Marburg Office. Cashiers offices are at the Old Post Office Building, Opposite Shoprite Checkers, Port Shepstone i.e. Cnr of Wooley and Robinson Street, Port Shepstone. Please contact the Roads Technical Officer, Mr. MC Damoyi on telephone number 039 – 6882142/2013 for more information. Compulsory Clarification meeting will be held on 10 June 2014, at 10h00, at Department of Human Settlement and Infrastructure Boardroom, No.1 Protea road, Marburg. Please note that, tender documents must be purchased prior to the clarification meeting, as no service provider will be allowed at the briefing without a tender document. Completed bid documents must be clearly marked with the relevant Bid Number as follows:BID NO: 8/2/1457 - Supply and Delivery of Aggregate Products (Sand, Stone, Cement and Prefabricated Products) Completed bid documents must be deposited in a sealed envelope in the tender box at the Municipal Offices at 10 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, no later than 12h00 on Friday, 04 July 2014 thereafter all bid documents will be opened in public. The Hibiscus Coast Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act 2000 (Act No 5 of 2000), which gives preference to bids from emerging contractors or joint venture with emerging contractors. EVALUATION CRITERIA Method 2 of the Evaluation Criteria will be utilised and 90/10 preference points will be applicable. NOTE TO BIDDERS ON BID CONDITIONS: The Supply Chain Management Policy of Hibiscus Coast Municipality will apply; The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any other bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid; Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation; and Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 120 days. NB: Members or Directors of Companies or Service Providers who are state employees are not allowed to bid or quote. Hibiscus Coast Municipality P. O. Box 5 Port Shepstone 4240

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Shibe. Amazulu Football Club PRO Philani Gumede said Amazulu is the team of the people in KZN, saying that it is vital for them to spend time with supporters. Margate soccer team, Moment of Silence, won the tournament by beating Destroyers 5-4. The ladies’ winning team was Leeds United from Gcilima who beat All Over 2-0. Juventus beat Back to Basic 2-0.

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