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ILLIONS in material losses and under-spending by KwaDukuza Municipality (KDM) has been reflected in the Auditor General’s draft annual report for 2012/2013. The report was tabled by mayor Ricardo Mthembu at a full council meeting last Thursday. In his presentation, Mthembu highlighted that the municipality received a financially unqualified audit report. Mthembu added this ‘also provides opportunity to determine whether the municipality is still on course for a clean audit in 2014’. Representative from the office of the Auditor General (AG) Indran Perumal, delivered a brief outline to council,commendingthemunicipality on its efforts, but cautioning them on findings which could give the municipality a poor reflection at the AG’s office. The report acknowledges progress made in the 2012/13 financial year, as well as challenges ahead. Some findings to which emphasis was drawn included financial statements which show material losses of 74,71 million kilowatts amounting to R46,12 million, incurred as a result of ‘technical and non-technical electricity distribution losses’, as well as material under spending on the capital budget to the value of R233,66 million. “This has resulted in the municipality not achieving all of its planned service delivery targets for the year. “In addition, irregular, fruitless andwastefulexpenditureincurredby themunicipality was notinvestigated to determine if any person is liable for the expenditure, in accordance with the Municipal Finance Manage-

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MORE than 4 000 pirated DVDs and sexual performance enhancers were found when the KwaDukuza Cluster Task Team, SARS Customs and the South African Federation AgainstCopyrightTheft(SAFACT)raidedthe Al-Makkah take-away in Stanger Manor on Friday. According to cluster commander Brigadier Derek Captain Hastibeer, the team received information about pirated DVDs being sold at the outlet and acted on the tip off. “When the team arrived at the scene they found the DVDs on display for sale. On searching the premises they discovered in excess of 4 000 counterfeit DVDs, 23 200 plastic sleeves, 9 200 blank discs and 10 LG DVD writers. These items are all used in the production of pirated DVDs.” He added the officers also found a bottle hidden in a bin containing various types of sexual performance enhancement drugs including Kamagra gel and pills, Penagra pills, herbal Viagra pills and Dapoxetine pills. “These pills could be harmful and therefore, should not be sold at a tikka-shop like this.Allthoseinvolvedinanyillegalactivities should take heed of this warning, we will catch you and you will face the full force of the law.” The owner of the store, Mohammed Ali Gavi, was arrested and appeared in the KwaDukuza Magistrate’s Court on Monday. He was released on bail.

FUNERAL NOTICE We are deeply saddened by the passing away of Mr. Subramoni (Geeja) Govender of Sunnyhill Sunnypark Stanger. The funeral will commence at 11am to 2pm on Wednesday, 5th February 2014 at the Stanger Siva Temple thereafter proceeding to the Stanger Crematorium. Our loving father will be sadly missed by family and friends.

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MERVYN KRISHNA RESIDENTS are urged to be cautious as armed robberies in residential areas increase. According to a police source, on Tuesday last week, two women and a man were walking along Manor

Drive, near the shopping complex when they noticed a suspicious looking taxi. It is alleged that the taxi with four occupants stopped suddenly near the victims and two men jumped out of the vehicle and pointed a firearm at them. The suspects then robbed the victims of their valuables, including cellphones and house keys. The suspects

fled the scene with approximately R1 000 worth of goods. In another incident, a 28-year-old man was held two men at knife point onThursdayafternoonwhilewalking along the Manor Library road. It is alleged that the suspects forced the victim to hand over his belongings which included his watch, chain and ring and then fled the scene.

A case of robbery is still under investigation. In another incident on Friday afternoon, a 23-year-old woman allegedthatwhileshewaswalkingnear the Manor Shopping complex, two unknown men approached her and held a knife to her neck demanding that she give them her valuables. The suspects fled the scene with the victim’s gold watch, bangles,

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money and cards amounting to the value of R1 550. In a separate incident also in the Manorarea,abarandrestaurantwas robbed of a substantial amount of cash. It is alleged four armed men walked into the bar and demanded cash. They fled with the cash. No one was injured during the incident. All the incident were reported to the KwaDukuza SAPS, who are investigating the cases.

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HE iLembe District Municipality, in partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Department of Sports and Recreation held a women's symposium at the iLembe Auditorium last week. The meeting was aimed at young women, disabled and/or in business from across the district. Organisations and individuals such as the Small Enterprise Development Agency and KwaDukuza South African Women Entrepreneurs Network chairperson Indrani Govender who is also the chief executive officer of Ricinz Construction and many others made presentations on the day. DeputymayoroftheiLembeDistrictMunicipality Dolly Shandu urged the young women present to love and take care of themselves. Shandu also shared with the audience the municipality's achievements in youth affairs and projects. Sheencouraged'Mandela'schildren'toregister to vote. “If you have already registered, go check if you are on the roll. Go vote for this government because it has changed your lives. Oliver Tambo fought for this freedom but never saw it. Chris Hani fought for it and was so close to seeing it but he didn't. Madiba was lucky enough toworkforitandfeelit.Doitforhimandother's that were not so lucky,” she said. Speaking about the purpose of the symposium the head of department of sports and recreation in iLembe Nompumelelo Hadebe highlighted the importance of sports in building a person. “You can either play for fun or competitively where you live through sports and play at national or international level,” she said. The young iLembe women also had the opportunity to absorb information from representatives of organisations such as Vodacom and the KZN Department of Economic Development and Tourism (DEDT). Dumi ka Mzila from DEDT discussed the business opportunities available in liqour manufacturing and distribution and other sectors in the province. — Weekly Reporter.

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HE iLembe Chamber of Commerce, IndustryandTourism launchedThe Entrepreneur Competition 2014 at their offices at the Quarter last Thursday afternoon. The competition promises to be bigger and better than ever, with Chambers from other areas following iLembe’s lead in using their model in hosting the competition in their own regions. iLembe Chamber business support centre manager Nobuhle Funda explained the new additions to the Entrepreneur. She said this year’s competition will be more innovative and resourceful this year. The duration of the competition training sessions with mentors will be longer – five months instead of just eight weeks. “We are going to have more integrated mentorship this year, so that by the end of the five months the incumbents’ businesses will actually have grown,” she said. Sheaddedthatcompetitorswouldhave homework to do each week, they would also have to keep a business journal and do regular presentations in their mentorship sessions. They will initially have group mentor sessions, and later one on-one-meetings PHOTOS: SHANNON HOPKINS iLembe Chamber of Com­ to discuss the financial side of things. Criteria to enter are that businesses merce staff, mentors and must be earning less than R1 million per previous Entrepreneur annum, and the entrant has to be running competitors. their initiative full time. “The prize money is also more, with R500 000 worth in total having been secured,” said Funda. Sunil (Revy) Harryprasadh 05/02/2014 Chamber CEO TrenA true gentleman, a loving father, a ley Tilbrook said he doting husband, a gracious giver was excited about and a strong support! All these are how the competition the words that come to my mind has grown since its when I think of you. Happy birthday dad. inception in 2011. We all love you very much. “The EntrepreFrom you loving wife: Shamilla, neur has now bedaughter Swarika, sons Jusvir & Yudveer. come quite a serious competition, after we initially just brainstormed some crazy ideas to offer Memorial Service something different to the public. Each year we work on how to make it even better so that it evolves into something special,” he said. Representative from sponsor Airports Company South Africa (ACSA), Mahalingam (Child) Govender Terrance Delamony, The 16th Day Memorial Service of the late said the company Mahalingam (Child) Govender will take was thrilled to be on place on Monday, 10 February 2014 at the board. Stanger Siva Sungum Hall at 7pm. “This project is Supper will be served at 6pm. Please accept special, and is along this as a personal invitation. The family would like to place on record their the lines of the old sincere gratitude and appreciation for all the adage ‘teach a man support and tributes received thus far. to fish and he will have food for life’. The future economy depends on small business enterprise to flourish – even in bigger places like New York, it is the Administration Clerk (SGB Post) at small businesses Glenhills Secondary School that make the city work. If more people Must be matriculated with 2 years want to be here, we experience in: can also offer more 1. Computer Literacy direct international 2. Office Management Skills flights,” said Delam3. Reception Duties ony. Entry forms are Closing Date: available at Ballito 7 FEBRUARY 2014 at 10am Lifestyle Spar, KwaDukuza LiNB: Faxed applications will not be brary, KwaDukuza Youth Centre, Sangaccepted. weni Tourism Office, Drop off CV’s at school the Ilembe Chamber Office, or online at Enquiries: www.ilembecham032 - 551 5962 / 083 777 1472 ber.co.za.

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The lighter side of stress NERESH GAYAPERSHAD A bit about WE feel it, we say it, we live it, we affirm it and we teach it. . . life is stress­ ful, right? We're so busy running on life's treadmill, worried about our kids, work, finances, world issues, our health and relationships. Rushing in the morning to work to meetings and

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more meetings to home, tag­teaming or single handedly carting our kids off to lessons, shows and rehearsals, barely catching our breath, living forev­ er under the loud tick­tock of not enough time. ‘Hurry, hurry. . . we're going to be late!’ being an all too familiar phrase that comes out of our mouths, and then, back home for the routine of homework, showers, and lunches and we flop into bed still wearing our stress suit which makes it easier to get going in the morning because we won't have to change. As a recovering control freak, I can now admit that it was hard to accept, let alone fathom, that the only thing in my life that I was in complete con­ trol over was me. I was so busy trying to "make" everyone and everything

outside of me behave, do and be ex­ actly the way I wanted or thought they should be in order for me to be happy or to feel good. I didn't see how out of control I was with the very thing that I had complete control over! Some of you may be laughing as you have identified your control freak tendencies already and those of you who may still be in the closet, denial or aren't sure where you stand on the control scale, if you're ready to hear it, just ask someone. If your treadmill and stress level is anything like mine was and you would like some relief, here are a few tips. Let go of the things you can't con­ trol and control the things you can (you!). Have a good laugh at and with yourself as you notice the urge to

comment to your daughter, "You're not wearing that, are you?" or insist that your son get his hair cut because you don't like it or are worried about what others may think, maybe find yourself slipping into the sergeant major role of barking orders; catch yourself before you say, "Because I said so!" or get frus­ trated having to wake your kids up af­ ter their alarm goes off. I'll let you in on a little secret: they don't have to get up because they know you'll come in and wake them, but once they know you won't, guess what? They get up on their own! We have many areas in our life where we create our own stress, and even if you don't have kids, I hope you join me on the recovering control freak side of life ­ it's a lot more fun and a lot less stressful for you and others.

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make a change, but do we ever keep to our resolutions? I can probably write down a long list of resolutions I never kept to, but this year I decided to change myself and so far...I think I have, and it is for the better. Why say you are going to do some­ thing, and then don't? Bring the plan of action right there to your resolution and MAKE IT HAPPEN! Make use of everything 2014 has to offer you, let go of all your grudges, always be smiling, make more good memories and keep them close to your heart, but most importantly...make your dreams come true. Nothing is impossible and if your heart really desires something, only YOU have the power and mindset to make it happen.

So let's make this year a positive year, make it a year which we can look back on and say "I made my dreams come true in 2014". Be the change you want to see in others, set a good example for those younger than you and always give your best at everything you do, be­ cause hard work always pays off and NOTHING ever goes in vain. Take 2014 as a second chance to make your life the way you want it, not the way anybody else wants it. Always remember, your dreams can only come true if you focus on YOUR­ SELF, not the next person... because nobody else can make us who we are meant to become. Got a story about your new year resolutions or how you are going to make 2014 a better year for yourself? I'd love to hear from you! Email me at Priya.nunkumar@gmail.com.

WE are a month into the new year and we have just started afresh so now is an ideal time to make better deci­ sions. The new year always gives us a chance to make resolutions and

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Financial Cents Taking care of yourself financially in 2014 HAVE you ever got bored waiting for your flight at an airport, waiting for your bus or taxi at the bus stop, or a train at the train station? Fortunately for me I was getting bored waiting for a flight which was delayed, normal for most low cost airlines in South Africa. I had time for a conversation with a young man who had just graduated with a degree recently. When he found out I was a financial adviser he asked: “What do I need to do to take care of myself financially?” I didn't shut up for the next 20 minutes. Here are some of the points I shared with him: 1. For every rand you earn, pay your taxes first. Estimate your total tax liability and be sure your employer withholds enough to cover it. If you are self­employed, set up a savings account, deposit a percentage of every cheque, and use that money to pay your monthly or annually estimated taxes. Nev­ er "raid" these funds. 2. Save for the future by putting away 20% or more of every gross rand you earn, until you have six months to one year of living expenses in an emer­ gency account. Then begin investing in a retirement annuity plan. If you are self­employed, set up a re­ tirement annuity plan that will allow you to invest as much as you possibly can taking into consider­ ation the tax concessions. 3. Set up a short­term savings account for future lump sum expenses like car and home re­ pairs, vacations, holiday giving, college tuition and medical emergencies. Figure out how much you'll need to save from each pay check to fund all of them annually; then, if possible, have your employer automatically send that amount to a savings ac­ count. 4. After you've taken out for your taxes, long­ term savings and short­term savings, you get to blow the rest any way you want. For most people, this means living on 30 to 60 cents out of every gross rand you earn. 5. To maintain a comfortable lifestyle, spend frugally. Shop sales, coupons, read labels, compare and bargain. People who build wealth usually don't wear designer clothes, drive luxury cars, live in ex­ travagant houses, or shop at Woolworths, Stutta­ fords or Queens Park. They typically wear jeans bought on sale, drive little cars, live in middle class neighbourhoods and shop at local supermarkets. 6. Pay cash for everything but your home. For convenience, you can use a debit card. Never use a credit card unless you pay it off every month. If you ever find yourself unable to pay off your card, cut it up. Pay off the balance as quickly as you can, and then don't use a credit card for at least one year. 7. When you get a raise, a new job or a promo­ tion, don't change your lifestyle. Save at least half of the increased income. 8. Your career is your number one financial asset. As much as possible, find a job you love. Invest in educating yourself and keeping abreast of changes in your career field. 9. Use money as a tool, not a goal. Money will never give you meaning or make you happy, but it isavaluable tool to support your quest for meaning and happiness. This is a long­term prescription for a pattern of sound money management.


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from a water course or sponge area it can­ not be developed. Also, certain indigenous trees cannot be removed (not even a branch) for developments to take place.” She said a feasibility study should be carried out on properties ear marked for development, as, particularly in KZN, there aremanyareasthatborderonwatercours­ es and sponge areas, said Hantie. She also mentioned that the trend in building today is very positive. “We are seeing a lot more green build­

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ings going up, with lots of consideration being taken with regards to energy saving,” she said. Jay Moodley from the South African National Blood Services was also at the event. “We will be attending the next net­ working breakfast on 27 February and will collect blood from willing donors.”

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fundazweni eziyi 9, kubalwa nabagaqele ukuba ngondunankulu bezifundazwe uma zinqotshwa yiDA. Omunye walaba abamenyezelwe ohleni lwesiShayamthetho saseGauteng, ngu-Adv. Glynnis Breytenbach, ongummeli obesesikhundleni esiphezulu oPhikweni labaShushisi bakuleli, iNational Prosecuting Authority (NPA). Lommeliudumekakhulukwabezindaba ngesikhathi emiswa yi NPA esephezu kwezinhlelo zokubeka kabusha amacala obenguMphathi woPhiko lwamaPhoyisa olubhekene nobuGebengu, uJenene Richard Mdluli osamisiwe emsebenzini ngenxa yalama cala. Ngesikhathi u Adv Breytenbach esephezu kwamalungiselelo okumbeka amacala, naye uhlangabezane nezimbila zithutha i NPA ebiholwa ngu Adv. Nomgcobo Jiba, imbeka amacala okungaziphathi kahle emsebenzini, yase immisa. Ulufake enkantolo lolu phiko waphumelela ukuluphoqa ukuba lumbuyisele emsebenzini. Kwethusile-ke uma eseziqinisekisa lezi zinsolo ngokushiya isigubhukane wayesevela ohlwini lwabaya kuSishayamthetho saseGauteng ngethikithi leDA. Zishabalele izinsolo zokuthi kungenzeka esifundazweni iNorthern Cape iDA igadle ngo Patricia De Lille, oyiMeya yaseCape Town, ngesikhathi kumenyezelwa igama lika Andrew Louw njengogaqele esobundunankulu

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GIBE nenhlanhla emasontweni ambalwa adlule okulalela intshumayelo eyethulwe ngomunye wabefundisi abadala osezibeka phansi izintambo, obeshumayela ngobuholi. UMfu Vido Nyobole onguNobhala Jikelele webandla lamaWeseli, iMethodist Church of Southern Africa (MCCSA), usemkhakheni walaba befundisi abangagcini ngokusabisa abantu ngokuthi bayosha esihogweni uma bengakholwa, nokuthi bayohlala eduze komdali uma bephenduka benze okulungileyo. Kodwa uyilenhlobo ebamba iqhaza ekucebiseni abantu ngokufanele bakwenze besanyathela kuwona lona omagade ahlabayo. Abaningibayalaziiqhazaalibambileezinhlelweni zokuthuthukiswa komphakathi (community development), nangesikhathi eyingxenye yekhomishini yamaqiniso nokubuyisana (truth and reconciliation commission). Ubeshumayela ngesihlava esibulala abaholi sokuzicabangela bona kuqala ngaphambi kokucabangela abantu ababaholayo. Uthe izinto zimapeketwane kanjena nje ezweni ngenxa yokuzicabangela kwabaholi. Okubi kakhulu, ngokusho kwakhe, ukuthi abaholi bavame ukuthanda ukuhola abantu bakaNkulunkulu bona bebe bengaholwa ngumoya kaNkulunkulu. Uthe ukuhola abantu ngentando kaNkulunkulu, ukwenza yonke into ngeqiniso. Le ntshumayelo kaMfu Nyobole ingihlabe umxhwele kakhulu ngoba ukuba abaholi bayalithanda iqiniso, ngabe kunokuthula emhlabeni. Iqiniso alihambisani nomhobholo, amanga, ukukhohlisana, inhliziyo embi nokungabi nandaba nomakhelwane. Iningi lalezi zinto zihlala obala zithi bha uma sekufike isikhathi sokhetho. Sesike sasho kulengosi ukuthi yima sisazozibona izimanga zothando olusha, sizwe nezethembiso esihlale sizizwa minyaka yonke umasekusondeleukhetho,luneleludlulekuthi nya. Esikhundleni salokho sibone ukuqhubeka kogebe phakathi kwabadla izambane likapondo nabadla imbuya ngothi. Okunye okubuhlungu ukuthi kubonakala sengathi kunabantu abahlale belindele ukukhohliswa nokukhohliseka. Kukhona abasakholwa wukuthi uDkt Mamphela Ramphele ucabangela umphakathi, ekubeni ududulwa wubu ‘mina’. KwasayenauHelenZille,ongumholiweDemocratic Alliance (DA), ulitshengisani izwe ngezinhloso zakhe, ikakhulukazi eyoku ‘thanda’ abamnyama? Asiqhubi ubandlululo kodwa kunezinto ezingeke zizitshwe ngoba kubalekelwa i ‘racism in reverse’. Izindaba ezibikwa oKhozini FM, zokuxoshwa kwesilomo uLinda ‘Mr Magic’ Sibiya, ngezinye ezithuse, zabuye zadumaza abantu abaningi kangangoba abaningi abakukholwa okubikwa ngaye. Sengathi imiphumela yophenyo ingangadumaza muntu. Njengoba sithe ubuholi obuhle buhambisana nenhlonipho, ngabe siyaligwema iqiniso umasingayigxekiindlelaaziphathengayouMnuz Fikile Mbalula ekhwela ezehlela kubadla beqembu lesizwe iBafana Bafana. Yena bani nje? Akusiyena lo osanda kuba nenkingakaziphunjengobaesekwaziukugxeka abadlali beBafana Bafana abahluleke emizamweni yokukhuphula igama leNingizimu Afrika? UMfu Nyobole uthe: “Abaholi kufanele baqinisekise ukuthi ababaphathi kabi abanye abantu. Mabahlale benza okuhle kwabanye abantu.”

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Innovatech - a division of Innovatech International Solutions Limited Unit 7, Pinnacle Office Park, 6 Dawood Close, Ballito, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa For general investment enquiries Tel: 0861 466 682 International +27(0)32 586 3733 Website: www.innovatechgroup.mobi Email: info@innovatechgroup.co.za

night saying we have done something wonderful, that’s what matters to me.” Regards and God bless.........Lennon Pillay Greetings to one and all, my name is David Daddy and I would like to tell you how my association with Prinasen Dhaver and Innovatech Solutions began. I was an employee for Sappi Stanger for 29 years. In 2010, I became a world class operator, I received many awards from Sappi for high productions, but was unhappy with my salary, I approached the production manager about my rate of pay but nothing fruitful came out of it. I was introduced to Prinasen by my son Weldon Daddy, who is currently employed by Innovatech. My son began telling me how fruitful the investments were, at first it was hard to believe, a meeting was set between Prinasen, my wife and myself, my first impression when I met him was unbelievable, cos he was so humbly dressed Parkgate Primary School in a track pants and T-shirt and I thought to myself, does he really own a multiOn behalf of Pargate Primary School indigent learners, I would like to express million rand company, and when he began speaking I was glued to every word. my deepest gratitude to you and your company for the sponsorship of break- So, the saying is true that dynamite comes in small packages. fast to our needy learners during 2013. They really benefited favorably from your warm gesture. Keeping in the spirit of the late Mr Nelson Mandela, I hope your company will continue with this sponsorship for 2014 as well. Our learners look forward to this daily breakfast which has actually helped enhance learner attendance at Parkgate Primary. Kind regards, K Naidoo (principal).

It is not what is on the outside that counts, but what’s on the inside. I made a decision to leave Sappi and invest my money with Innovatech International Solutions. It was a difficult decision to make with three school-going children, the youngest being only seven at the time. When I began telling others about the company, I only received negative remarks, some saying it was the wrong choice to make, some saying it was a pyramid scheme and today I have proved them wrong. I was put in touch with other investor and they assured me it was legit. After months of deliberation, I put in my resignation. I have a 12 month investment and a 10 year investment. I receive my monthly profits on time with no delays. Today, I am still able to provide for my family and we are very happy. Latest testimonial from existing investor Hello & greetings to all... Welcome to my testimonial on Mr Prinasen Dhaver & Innovatech International Solutions. If you are wondering why a testimonial.....It is my honour and privilege to be able to share with you my association with Mr Dhaver. Started off as associates in August 2012 and today we stand side by side as best friends. How did it start? Prinasen was first introduced to me by a close friend Mr Ivan Naicker. In summary Mr Naicker wanted me to have an opportunity at investing in Prinasen’s “Profit Sharing Company – Innovatech International Solutions.” An appointment was scheduled between Prinasen and myself, after extensive discussions between Prinasen, my spouse and myself and Prinasen’s assurance of success I entered into a 12 month investment contract. Having surpassed my 12 months with great success on my investments, I am currently on my 2nd term....hence his motto “Proven Tested Assured” stands true to his statement.

All this thanks to one man, Prinasen Dhaver who has contributed a lot to us being investors in the company. He has really changed our lives, all for the better. We have come to know him as a reliable and honest an, who’s always there to advise and assure you. He also has so many wonderful things for the underprivileged, providing schools with food scheme, he is a man who has God close to his heart. It was during this period our acquaintance grew into friendship and I learned He has truly proved his worth. We would like to thank God for allowing us to meet such a man, whom I am honoured to call a friend. To new investors you more about his personality an business traits. have not made a wrong choice, but the right one. God bless! Something that stood out about his personality was his desire to serve the less fortunate and underprivileged people and this makes Prinasen one of a kind. David Daddy As an investor, I watched Prinasen transform his business from small group I was first introduced to Prinasen Dhaver by an elder in my family in March +/- 10 investors with a pool of under 1 million rand to a dynamic business with 2013. At that time I was just retrenched from my job of 20 years. The main reason for me being introduced to Mr. Dhaver was to discuss how I more than 100 investors and a total pool of over 20 million in 2 years. can invest my hard earned money with minimum risk. After a lengthy and very Together, with his sound business strategies and predatory business acumen, informative discussion with Mr. Dhaver about Innovatech, I was convinced that Prinasen is able to run a multi-million rand business with zero liability and zero this was the kind of company I wanted to invest my money in. I’ve been investing in Innovatech for the past 11 months and even without a job, I can provide risk. Prinasen’s success is based on hard work and persistency. for my family with the returns that I receive on my investment every month. I conclude my testimony with a quote by Steve Jobs which best describes Mr. Dhaver has done a brilliant job in bringing Innovatech to where it stands today and I wish he continues growing. Prinasen Dhaver...... “Being the richest man in the cemetery does not matter to me. Going to bed at Deepu Gayadin


Giving the miracle of life SHANNON HOPKINS NETCARE Alberlito hospital hosted a blood donation from 10.30am to 2.30pm on Friday, this to boost South African National Blood Service (SANBS) supplies of the life-giving fluid. With increase in population and devel-

opment of more advanced medical and surgicalprocedures,aswellasthehighincidences of road accidents as well as those with blood disorders who require blood transfusions on an on-going basis, the need for blood is consistent. According to SANBS, the country is experiencing a major blood shortage at the moment, with many operations having been postponed. An SANBS nurse said there had been a lot of support on Friday. "It was very busy in the morning, it was great to see," she said.

Innovatech, a division of Innovatech International Solutions INNOVATECH International Solutions’ core business is buying and selling diesel and petroleum products throughout Africa. How it works? The capital is credited into Innovatech’s bank guarantee. The bank guarantee is then used to finance diesel. They have a various back to back fuel contracts in place with various fuel stations in across African countries. Diesel is supplied to these fuel stations on a weekly basis thus allowing them to receive their returns on investment weekly. The exchange rate plays a vital role in this as the returns are based on exchange rate fluctuations. When the exchangerateislessthanequaltoR10.85 the return rate will be lower and when the exchange rate is greater than equal toR12.85thereturnratewillbehigher. Return Rates for 2014 Return rates work in proportion to the amount of capital invested. The more capital invested, the more diesel can be purchased and supplied to African countries. This results in a higher return rate. Return pay-outs occur on a monthly basis and are completed no later than the 10th. These classes are deciphered based on the amount capital put in by the MOU holder. Belowarethepercentagesreturned per month on the minimum contract duration per investment class? Investment Class Monthly Return Percentage Capital Invested Minimum Contract of each month. Innovatech holds three investment classes (silver,

gold, platinum). Silver 2% - 4% R50 000 – R430 000 12 months, Gold 4% - 6% R430 000 – R860 000 24 months, Platinum 6% - 8% R 860 000 + 36 months. Returns have the option to be fully orpartiallyreinvestedwithInnovatech International Solutions. Alternatively returns can be fully paid out on a monthly basis into your bank account. Innovatech International Solutions has moved over to an International Corporate Banking Platform. This has resulted in Innovatech International Solutions being unable to pay into Credit / Garage cards, as the banking system does not allow it to make payments into those type of accounts. Innovatech has also had to adapt to utilizing client coding for payments. This has resulted in a “one bank accountperclient”rulingasperthebanking platform. Innovatech International Solutions will not be responsible for your yearly SARS Taxation. You may withdraw your capital at the end of the agreed maturity date or at the end of an early withdrawal request notice. Unless the relevant product specifications allow, an early withdrawal of investments will not be allowed. They may, however, at our discretion, in extreme circumstances, agree to a request for an early withdrawal. If an early withdrawal is agreed upon by Innovatech a penalty fee of 5% of

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MANDENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the following job opportunities:

your active capital amount will be deducted from your account and only the active capital amount minus the returns paid during the contracted course will be returned to the MOU holder Commission paid to consultants from your account will also be deducted from your active capital amount. Withdrawals from your account may only take place after specific class duration dates. A formal letter must be senttotheminadvanceregardingyour request to withdraw funds in guidance the notice period stated below: In the case of an emergency two free withdrawals consisting of 15% of your initial capital will be allowed without penalty fees. These emergency withdrawals must have a duration of six months apart per withdrawal. The notice period for an emergency withdrawal is 30 business days. Minimum capital balance should not fall below R50 000.00 upon withdrawal. Termination In the case of fraud, suspected fraud or if the law compels us to, they reserve allrightstoprotectourinterestandcan include freezing the investment until the matter is resolved The Profit Share Account General Terms and Conditions also apply to you. A copy of these terms and conditions is available at our office. Amendment of Terms and Conditions - they may, at our discretion, change any of these terms and conditions. These amendments will not constitute a new agreement between you and Innovatech.

A sporting donation

SPORTS DEVELOPMENT OFFICER MUNICIPAL MANAGER’S DEPARTMENT

Basic Salary: R11 949.00 p.m. (Task 10) • PN 8/2014 Minimum requirements: • A Grade 12 certificate and a National Diploma in Sport Management Science or Sport Administration and 1 to 2 years experience in sport environment • demonstrable leadership role within the sporting forums and firsthand knowledge of the municipality’s sporting activities to be an added advantage • valid Code B Drivers licence • computer literacy Duties: • promote sport activities and healthy lifestyle amongst the community • establish Sport and Recreational programmes to meet the Municipal objectives • formulate, prioritize and observe local and district events calendar • liaise with Provincial and National bodies responsible for the administration of sport codes • assist and empower sports clubs and sport bodies to access donor funding • liaise with sport bodies and other stakeholders on establishing sport structures in the community • ensure the compilation and updating of database of sport equipment • facilitate and support sustainable capacity development initiatives in sport • plan, manage and organize all sporting activities and events • promote mass participation in sport, especially the previously disenfranchised (youth, women, disabled and the children) through working in partnership with schools, community groups and centres • ensure that sport tournaments are planned, organized and managed properly within approved budget • promote club formations and establishment of associations for all sport codes in the municipal area • coordinate the management and maintenance of sports facilities within the municipal area • provide monthly, quarterly and annual reports • engage the co-operation of District Municipality, all sports bodies and federations in supporting sport and recreation initiatives • facilitate and co-ordinate the establishment of Sport structures at ward level and in the local municipal area • facilitate and support capacity development initiatives • motivate young people to take advantage of opportunities in sport • negotiate and resolve conflict between the municipality and stakeholders on matters of Sport and Recreation • organize local and district games including SALGA Games • ensure the sustainable and effective utilization of facilities within the Municipal area • encourage implementation of International and National best practices in Sport and Recreation within the municipal area of jurisdiction with respect to sport transformation. Women and people with disabilities are encouraged to apply. Benefits: Pension fund, medical aid, attractive leave conditions and 13th cheque, and subject to certain conditions, a housing subsidy or rent subsidy.

ELECTRICIAN

TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT Commencing Salary: R18 752. 00 p.m. (TASK 13) • PN 7/2014 Minimum requirements: • Trade Test Certificate in Electrical: Heavy Current, N4 minimum, Wireman’s Licence, 11KV switching certificate with at least 3 years’ relevant experience • valid Code C (Code 10) driver’s licence with Professional Driver Permit (PDP) • experience in 11KV switch gear operation, sub-station and 11KV line work maintenance, transformer maintenance, MV cable jointing and termination will be an added advantage • good interpersonal skills as well as willing to work under pressure as and when required • computer knowledge would be an advantage. Duties: • communicates with immediate supervisor and establishing material and resources necessary against specific works orders • interacting and checking allocated components and materials against job cards • conducting vehicle inspection, transporting personnel to work site and operating mechanism to control mounted crane during offloading, hoisting, overhead repairs, etc • providing guidelines and specific instruction to personnel with respect to the preparation of work site for major/minor works and/or setting up off traffic/ safety signage • attending to deviations in performance or disciplinary/conflict issues and counselling personnel to correct/adjust behaviour prior to applying laid down disciplinary procedures • reading and interpreting drawings/ works orders detailing layouts and specifications • marking routes for the running in and laying of cables and positioning of supporting structures(poles) and providing guidance to personnel on specific activities (e.g. cleaning and tinning of conductors, binding and strapping, stripping of individual conductors) • monitoring and attending to deviations in the construction and installation sequences of poles, cross arm, stays, lines, aerial transformers, switch gears, etc • terminating cables wires etc. to junction boxes, connecting blocks and/or terminals including soldering fitting of plugs and harnessing wires • inspecting works prior to commissioning and communicating with the control room/immediate superior with regards to test outcomes and functionality of the installation • confirming through test and communication with the control room that all live conductors are disconnected in premises housing switchgear and transformer prior to permitting support personnel to enter and commence with maintenance activities in such premises • conducting visual inspections of supporting structures, lines and cables and evaluating the performance of step down transformers, switchgear and associated components • isolating, removing and replacing defective components and/or attending to the stripping, cleaning and jointing of overheads and underground cables and lines with due consideration given to safety procedures in live environments • conducting tests to diagnose and determine the nature of the fault and communicating with the control room/immediate superior on the possibility of re-routing supply in respect of major repair work • testing circuit and the functionality of the new components, using testing and fault detection equipment and communicating readiness to activate operations • driving to specific residential addresses and attending to connection/reconnection applications, inserting or removing seals to stop/restart electric flow • inserting the relevant information (qualitative/quantitative) and/or details of activities and forwarding to the relevant personnel for processing • referring to work schedule and register to correct deviation/discrepancies in entries rose during processes. Benefits: pension fund, medical aid, attractive leave conditions, 13th cheque, and housing subsidy, in terms of council policy are available benefits for this position subject to certain conditions. FOR THE ABOVE POSTS: Enquiries for the above posts must be directed to: Mr. S Chiconela of HR, tel: (032) 456 8200. Please forward your application letter and full CV with photocopies of certificates, quoting the relevant reference number to: Human Resources, P O Box 144, Mandeni, 4490 or hand-deliver to Mandeni Local Municipality, 2 Kingfisher Road, Mandeni. Please send a separate application for each post you are applying for. No applications by fax or email will be accepted. CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, 21 FEBRUARY 2014 AT 12H00 MIDDAY.

Pupils of Ashville Primary together with RA Naidoo (HOD), M Janak (principal) and teachers Randhir Bharuth and Shane Harris proudly displaying the sporting equipment, kits and tracksuits received from the University of Swan­ sea in England. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Should you be short-listed for an interview, please bring your original certificates. It should be noted that Mandeni Local Municipality reserves the right not to fill the vacancy. Please note that should you have not heard from us within 60 days of the closing date of the advertisement, you may regard your application as unsuccessful. Canvassing in the gift of Council is strictly prohibited and will lead to disqualification of the application. MR. L MAPHOLOBA: MUNICIPAL MANAGER 14726KZN

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CLASSIFIEDS ACCOMMODATION AYER ROCK Guesthouse, 74 Geranium Street, Stanger Manor, “Tasteful executive accommodation”. Contact: 0325516503/0825623676. BUSINESS FOR SALE Hair & Beauty Salon for sale. Call: 084 827 4670. BUSINESS PREMISES TO LET 1.Cafe/Shop 2.Workshop 3.Factory 4.Offices/Hall 5.Warehouse 6.Flat Please call after Mon, 10th Feb 2014, Call: 072 579 3167. FOR SALE Urgent Sale-Mobile kitchen for cooking, Shisa Nyama & Chips, fully licenced, R20 000. Contact: 073 666 5491.

HOUSES FOR SALE

NOTICE

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VACANCY

Houses for Sale 1.Stanger Manor-3 b/room, ensuite, basement. 2.Warrenton-5 b/room, 3 ensuite, double garage. Contact: Siven: 032551 4797/082 377 1880.

In accordance with the requirements of CIPC, 21 clear days’ notice is hereby given of the intention to apply to the CIPC for re-instatement of the following CC. Basic Blue Trading 97 CC 2005/030779/23 Any objections to the application to reinstatement must be made within 21 days to the following address: The Member c/o SS Dlamini & Associates, 62 Hullett Street, Suite 2B Jangnoor Centre, KwaDukuza, 4449. Dated at KwaDukuza on the 05 January 2014.

Unisa/Imm TuitionLaw, Commerce & Marketing. Contact The Graduate Academy, Tel: 032-586 3804 / Durban@t-g-a.co.za Based in Ballito.

Vacancy exists: Office Admin Assistant, Must be computer literate. Fax CV to 086 654 0841 Or email: cheryl@elangenioil. co.za.

VACANCY

Quality Assurance Administrator Applications are invited from suitably qualified candidates for the above position The incumbent must: -Be matriculated with Maths and Science (Business/commercial qualification will be an added advantage) -Have a good knowledge and applicationoftheQuality management system (ISO 9000:2001) -Be computer literateExcel, Word and PowerPoint with good communication skills at all levels -Able to work well under pressure and meet deadlines -Have a fair experience in the manufacturing environment with attention to detail -Have a fair knowledge of SYSPRO system -Have valid SA driver’s license Experience in this position will be an added advantage The company offers basic employee benefits Fax your CV with a covering letter to 032459 5642 Closing Date: 14th Feb 2014

ESTATES For Sale 3 bedrooms, mes, fully fitted kitchen, lug, Stg Manor-R930 000.00 3 bedroom fully fitted, d/rm/lge/fitted kitchen, sq, lug, fully fencedLarkfirld-R800 000.00 3 bedroom fitted, study, d/rm, lge, fitted kitchen, laundry, granny flat, lug, carport, stunning spacious gardenGledhow-R995 000.00 Residential stand820sqm-Stg ManorR275 000.00 7 hectres landGroutville-R4.200 000.00 Contact Sanji-082 338 6861 HERBALISTS

HOUSE TO LET Apartment to let-3 bedroom apartment near Schools & Mosque on Hill Crescent Rd. Call Ismail on 032-551 1717/084 549 6736. Complete outbuilding in Stanger Manor, fully tiled with curtaining, also safe parking, L+W included, pref. couple or with 1 child. Contact: 032-552 4527/074 206 9400. House to let in Stanger Heights, R1900 excl. water & lights. Contact: 082 921 2394. Outbuilding to letStanger Manor, 3 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathrooms (1.5), Tiled, burglar guards and alarm, lock up garage, R3200 excl L/W. Contact: 083 226 6921 after 17h00. Outbuilding to let-2 rooms, kitchen, T/B in Stanger Heights. R2450 per month, no parking. Contact: 083 736 8474/083 573 3448. Outbuilding to let, 12 Daffodil Str. Stanger Manor. Contact: 032551 4036/073 721 4622. Room to let, R900pm in CBD. Contact: 076 214 0505/032-551 4275. HOUSE FOR SALE Double storey facebrick house,stunningviews,4 bedrooms, open plan lounge & dining room, kitchen, scullery, pantry, study/prayer double garage, landscaped garden, granny flat, Price R1 290 000-00. To view contact Rhoda on 076 561 3419.

Psychic-Queen of spells, Dr. Maama Shanan, Palm reading, fortune teller. For appointment and address call: 083 957 1059.

REMOVALS Glen Nest Logistics, For all your furniture removals big or small we move them all. Contact: Roy-079 527 5002/Sherita-082 550 1470. SERVICES Sinothando Day Care and Creche opened in Stanger Manor, reasonable fees. For more information contact: Mam Zodwa on 083 363 4424. TRANSPORT

LAND FOR SALE 1363 Square meters in Glenhills-R185 000.00. 987 Square meters in Hyde Park, Tugela-R75 000.00. Contact: 082 566 3988. LOANS Are you drowning in debts? We assist you with an admin order, remove all garnishees from your salary and increase your take home pay. Pay one affordable installment with repayments from as low as R600 per R50 000 debt. We do not charge any upfront fees. Take action now: Phone-Princess (Stg Office)-032-552 1194/ A/H: 073 929 6811, Makhosi (DBN Office)031-306 7250/A/H: 083 348 1663, Indira-032552 1170 (A/h)/083 651 2441.

Reliable transport available daily to UKZN, DUT, BTC, Embury and Damelin College, early and late loads available. Contact: 083 422 2369/032-551 5720. Transport available, UKZN, Howard, Westville, DUT, VC, CTI, Damelin, Sky Aviation, early and late loads, pick and drop from home. Contact: 079 999 9758/084 655 6605. For all information visit www. jisakatravel.co.za and click on student shuttle services. Transport available to Umhlanga. Call: 083 275 6270. Transportavailablefrom Stanger to Umhlanga, Working hours 8:00am to 5:00pm.Contact: 076 561 3419.

NOTICE I, Padayachee Munniamma ID. No.5712200127087 the sole member of World Focus 786 cc, Reg. No. 2002/034146/23 requires the cc to be reinstated with cipc. I, Naidu Tania ID. N o . 7 6 0 11 0 0 0 9 2 0 8 7 the sole member of North Coast Pest Control, Reg. No.2006/105058/23 requires the cc to be reinstated with cipc.

Deadline for Classified Advertising is Monday 10am. Contact Nalisha on 032 552 3363

TUITIONS Afrikaans TuitionGrade 10, 11 and 12, only serious learners. Contact: 083 292 5982/032-551 6282. Grade 10 Maths Tuition commence on Monday, 10 February 2014 (Cap Compliant). Call: D. Harilal: 084 363 2500 to confirm. Maths Tuition-Grades 7, 8, 9 & 10. Contact: G. Komal: 032-551 6359. Maths Tuition Grade 10. Contact: 072 521 7988.

Accounting firm in Stanger requires a qualified accountant with experience. Please fax 1 page CV to 032551 1715. Applicants not contacted within 3 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful. Earn R800 in your first week guaranteed! Data hub needs some workers to fill out forms with or without computer. Easy step by step Tutorials own hours. SMS Name, Postal or email address to 073 374 8703 or datahubb@yahoo. com. Motor Vehicle Parts Counter Salesman -Must have Minimum 5 Year Experience in the Motor vehicle Parts Industry -Traceable References -Must be Bilingual, Honest, Trust Worthy, Responsible and of Sober Habits -Must be able to Work away from Stanger -Must be able to Speak and Understand Zulu -Good Salary Offered with Incentive Send CV to P.O. Box 3263, Stanger, 4450. General Assistant required, Pharmacy/ Medicine experience an advantage. Drop off CV at Pharmacy Express, Lindley Street. Quality Controller -Matriculated -Furniture Industry -Company based in Isithebe Send CV to isithebe@ workforce.co.za.

WANTED Rubble available in Stanger heights, no charge. Contact: 082 337 5370.

STANGER WEEKLY 148 King Shaka Street, Stanger Tel: 032 552 3363 Fax: 032 552 3985

NEW FACTORY TO LET At Jacksons Industrial Park, 1200 square meters with 24 hour Security. Contact: Mr. Babu Ganie083 786 1053 Hassan-083 786 3270 OR 032-552 3857

FACTORY TO LET At Jacksons Industrial Park, 270 square meters, R6750-00 per month excluding water and electricity with 24 hour Security. Contact: Hassan 083 786 3270/032-552 3857

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what’s on To place a notice in the “What's on” section, email stangerweekly­ news@gmail.com or fax us on 032 552 3985. Deadline – Monday 9am. Items in this section will only be run twice ahead of your event and are free of charge.

Child Welfare SA - Mandeni is hosting a Valentine’s ball in aid of fund raising. Venue: Tugela Community Hall. Time: 7pm. Admission: R 20. Dress Code: Formal Please support this community initiative! The Sri Durga Temple will observe the Tulasi Pooja on Sunday, 9 February from 10am until 11am. For more information contact resi­ dent priest Gulshan Kumar Sharma on 084 815 2156, Ram Makar­ dood on 084 486 2207 or Som Mudaly on 078 409 4494. A Valentine affair with Fine Young Cooks and Hirsch Ballito. Join us for a fun afternoon creating a yummy gift for someone spe­ cial! Come and learn how to make some scrumptious treats to take home. Great prizes up for grabs. Date: Valentines Day – 14 February. Time: 2pm to 4pm. Venue: Hirsch Ballito. Charge:R20 – donation to under­ privileged pre­schools. Contact: Jennilee on 032 946 7400 to book. Hirsch Ballito invites you to a brunch with Dayalan Chetty from Tongaat Hulett Development who will be giving us an up date on the Zimbali lakes and Compensation industrial development zones. Date: 12 February. Time: 11am to 12pm. To book contact Jennilee on 032 946 7400 . Bhakti Marga Youth Wingmeetings at the Shanta Narasimha Temple on Fridays at 5pm. Contact Kubashni0768257357 . Maha Kripalu Gaytri Devi Temple will with continue with Yagna / Hawan for 48 days. Monday to Friday at 6.30pm, Saturday at 3pm and Sunday at 9am. Contact Danny/Shaun 032/5522382. Shanta Narasimha Temple – OM Healing (Monday from 6.15pm to 7.15pm), Satsang (Thursday 7pm to 8.30pm), Abhishegum for Shanta Narasimha and Radha/Krishna (every Saturday at 2pm). Con­ tact Kriyananda (032/5514795 ). Simply Meditation Course (3hrs).For more info please contact DC Naidoo (032/5514361 ) / Ashen ( 0736702324 ). The trustees, officials and members invite you to their Chariot Procession to be held on 22 February commencing at 11am from the temple proceeding to Mathama Gandhi Monument. Thereafter it would proceed to the Morningside area and back to the temple. All are invited to join the procession. The trustees, officials and members invite you to their Sivarathri Festival which will be held from 18 February to 27 February. Flag hoisting prayer will be held on 18 February commencing at 6pm. Dai­ ly prayers will be held for the duration of the festival commencing at 6pm on weekdays and 4pm on Saturday, 22 February and 10.30am on Sunday, 23 February. Meals will be served daily. For more informa­ tion contact the clerk on 032 551 3259. The Divine Life Society , Stanger Branch will be observing Maha Shivarathri on Thursday, 27 February, commencing at 6.20pm and concluding at 5am on 28 February. All are lovingly invited to attend this most auspicious function. All religious groups /indviduals that wish to render bajans, dance or other religious items must please contact Jogie Naidoo on 0834142297 so that the programme can be planned accordingly. Umhlanga @ B-Fit Studios, Body Guru Gym, Shop 1, Lincoln by the Lake, High Street, Sundays, 9.30am – 10.30am. Ballito @ Ballito Library, Compensation Beach Rd, Tuesdays 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Everyone is welcome. Classes are R30 donation to gov. reg. non­profit org. For more info, Tel 031 764 6193 or email info@meditateindur­ ban.org The Stanger Group of Alcoholics Anonymous hosts their AA and ALANON meeting meetings every Wednesday at 8pm at the Stanger Town Hall. For more information contact Shaun on 0791556746. The Shri Durga Temple, 47 Larkspur Street, Stanger Manor holds services on Sundays (Sai) and Mondays (Temple). Devotees are urged to attend. Small weddings can also be conducted at the tem­ ple. For more information contact Ram Makardood on 084 486 2207 or Som Mudaly on 078 409 4494. Sundown Temple Society will hold their 26th annual Maasi Mag­ am Sri Soobramonair Kavady Festival with the flag hoisting on Fri­ day, 7 February 2014 at 6pm. The chariot procession through Stanger Heights will be on Saturday, 15 February at 3pm. The main Kavady procession will leave the temple grounds on Sunday, 16 February at 8.30am. The flag dehoisting will take place on Tuesday, 18 February at 6pm. The Mdoniville Hindu Temple holds services on Sundays, Mon­ days and Tuesdays. Small temple weedings and ceremonies also can be conducted at the temple with your own priest. Cooking and bak­ ing can be done by the temple band of ladies. For more information contact the clerk on 032 551 1744. The Shri Sanathan Mundal, 21 Greyridge Drive Stanger Heights, holds the following activities: Weekly Satsang every Tuesday be­ tween 6pm to 7:30pm, Gayatri Pooja first Tuesday, Ramayan reading last Tuesday. Free adult scriptural classes on Thursdays between 6pm and 8pm. Free Youth Classes Fridays from 4pm to 5:30pm for further information contact P.R.O Mrs Madhuri Sing on 082 324 3406. The Shri Sanathan Mundal’s resident priest, Pundit K.K Mishra is available for performance of all prayers at the Mandir or at your residence. Contact 032 551 1680. The Windy Heights Sri Ram Mandir, 5 Hornbeam Drive, conducts Satsang every Tuesday at 6.30pm. All welcome. For more informa­ tion call 032 551 2430.


Ilembe Cricket Union­ fixtures

Twenty-20 League Saturday, February 8 12.15pm-Nkobongo vs Oceanville B (Gledhow) 12.15pm-Doringkop vs Manor B (Country Club) 3.15pm-Warriors vs Manor C (Gledhow) 3.15pm-Manor A vs Oceanville A (Country Club) Sunday, February 9 9.00am-Warriors International vs Magnum (Gledhow)

SAFA KwaDukuza Local Football Association ­ fixtures KLFA Premier League Thursday, 6 February 6pm-Siyazama vs Young Lions (Manor) 6pm-K9 Real Celtic vs Mtwana (Recreation) Friday, 7 February

6pm-Happy Stars vs Junior Stars (Manor) 6pm-Mavusana vs Doringkop (Recreation) Saturday, 8 February 9.30am-Junior Stars vs Tornado (Recreation) 11am-Nandi Shooting Stars vs

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Park United (Recreation) 1pm-Movers vs Rocky Park (Recreation) Sunday, 9 February 9.30am-Monza vs Townview (Recreation) 11am-Doringkop vs Siyazama (Manor)

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NTHUSIASTIC pupils were ready to serve at the tennis coaching clinic held at the KwaDukuza tennis courts (opposite Stanger Secondary School) on Saturday with children as young as five years old coming out to take advantage of the service offered by well known tennis coach Yashin Tewary. Tewary, a KwaZulu-Natal junior tennis cap, started the Yashin Tewary Tennis Academy more than four years was excited with the enthusiastic response by the little ones. Tewary said: “Children as young as four years old are glued to their television sets and computer-games and lack the ball-eye co-ordination. It is important that parents expose their children to sport at an early age, not only to stimulate the mind, but to eradicate an obese society in which we live.” The children had great fun on Saturday, throwing and catching the ball and holding a

GOD saw you getting tired, when a cure was not to be found, HE called and you accepted. With tears in our eyes, we saw you sinking. We watched you fade away. Our hearts were most broken, you fought so hard to stay, but when we saw you sleeping so peacefully, free from pain, we could not wish you back to suffer again. GOD, keep her in your arms and give her special care and make up for all that she has endured on this Earth for you, GOD has chosen the most beautiful flower for His garden. You and your family are kindly invited to attend the Yearly Memorial Ceremony on Saturday, 8 February 2014 at 3.30pm for 4pm at the Stanger Sabha Hall, Blaine Street, Stanger. Dearly missed by husband Logan Ramen, son Kiash Ramen and a host of family and friends. “WE FOUGHT A GREAT FIGHT”

racquet for the first time in their lives. “Children need to master the art of throwing and catching the ball before being introduced to the service in a game of tennis,” added Tewary. He hopes to revive the sport in KwaDukuza in the hope of creating a fully fledged tennis league by mid-March. Tewary will be hosting the free tennis coaching lessons every Tuesday (from 3.30-4.30pm) during the month of February and urged the community of llovo Sugar SA Limited – an alcohol KwaDukuza to take manufacturing company, based in Glendale, advantage of the free approximately 20km inland from Stanger, has service. two positions available. For further details regarding the tennis LOGISTICS CLERK coaching clinic contact Tewary on Responsibilities include: 084 357 9552. - Control of onsite stocks of CMS and

Cricket festival for pupils ILEMBE Primary Schools Cricket Asso­ commencing at 12 noon. The Ilembe under­13 cricket festival ciation will host an under­11 cricket fes­ tival on 22 and 23 February at the Um­ will take place on March 15 and 16. hlali Preparatory School and Ashton Schools in the KwaDukuza region inter­ College in Ballito commencing at ested in participating in the under­11 and under­13 league which gets under­ 8.30am. A selected KwaDukuza, Mandeni, way on 11 February 11 are requested to Isaac Abraham on Maphumulo and Ndwedwe under­11 contact squad will assemble at Umhlali and 079 4280 345. Ballito to participate in the two­day festival. Matches will be played Happy Heavenly Birthday to our Angel on a league basis. At the end of the two­day festival, an th for the 4 February Ilembe under­11 squad will be selected to par­ ticipateintheKwaZulu­ Natal Primary Schools under­11CricketFestival to be held in Durban North from 7­9 March. Players impressing with the bat or ball at the KZN under­11 Champs will have an opportunity of repre­ senting our province in the South African Schools under­11 Festi­ val to be held in Decem­ ber. Schools in KwaDu­ Love and miss you. kuza are requested to send their cream of The Chetty family would like to thank family players in the under­11 and friends for their comfort and support and ranks to the selection a special thanks goes to the staff and pupils trials to be held at Man­ of Stanger Manor Secondary School. or Primary School on Thursday, 5 February

Damien Chetty

11am-Tiger Boyz vs Madundube (Recreation) 1pm-Thembeni vs Citizens (Manor) 1pm-Happy Stars vs Beez (Recreation) Inethi kayigcwali madoda!

IN LLOVING OVING MEMORY

IN LOVING MEMORY OF

Mrs Narisha Ramen (Nashi) 28/10/1978 - 14/04/2013

Yashin Tewary (standing centre) with the participants of the coaching clinic.

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Your parting was so sudden, we often wonder w h y, b u t t h e saddest part of all, we never said goodbye. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name, now all we have is memories and a picture in a frame. A flower may die, the sun NANDHA GOVENDER may set but a father like you we will never forget. Your name is precious, it will never grow old, it’s engraved in our hearts in letters of gold. th You and your family are invited to the 15 & th 16 Day Service of the late Nandha Govender. th th Date: 5 & 6 February 2014 Time: 6pm Venue: 5 Jupiter Road, Glenhills (D-Sec) Sadly missed by his wife, son, daughters, sons-in-law, daughter-in-law, grandchildren and a host of family & friends.

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alcohol (customer liaison, storage and delivery) Supervision of tanker loading Preparation of all documentation relating to despatch of products Daily/Weekly and Monthly reports Stock counts Maintenance of Production and Sales data to facilitate preparation of Customs and Excise account

PRODUCTION/PLANNING CLERK Responsibilities include: - Daily reporting on raw usage and production volumes (CMS and alcohol) - Manages supply, receipt, storage and stock of molasses - Daily/Weekly and Monthly reports - Stock counts - Management of the Planned Maintenance System Requirements: REQUIREMENTS FOR BOTH POSITIONS: - Minimum matric preferably with maths and science - Computer literate with proficiency in Excel

CALLS FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST BY SUITABLY QUALIFIED QUANTITY SURVEYORS INTRODUCTION The Luthuli Museum seeks Expressions of Interest by suitably qualified Quantity Surveyors which may be interested to provide quantity surveying services for a planned construction project 1.PURPOSE OF THE EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) The purpose of this EIO process is to compile a list of professional quantity surveyors or firms to be registered on the Luthuli Museum Database for technical service providers. 2.SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES Based on the drawings to be provided by the Museum, the tasks required of the Quantity Surveyor to perform are as follows: l Provide quantity surveying services which includes consulting with architects and agreeing on documentation and specifications; preparing bill of quantities which will provide an estimate of costs for the planned project. l Mobilize and consult with the required experts and prepare feasibility studies to inform the implementation of the planned project in terms of design changes; the available budget; timelines and project management. 3.DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR THE SUBMISSION OF EOI Parties interested in registering their services must submit the following documents with their application:

Should you be interested in applying, please forward your CV and copies of your qualifications to tmoosa@illovo.co.za or fax: 031 - 462 9114

3.1 Proof of registration as a Professional Quantity Surveyor 3.2 Company Profile 3.3 CV of Quantity Surveyor 3.4 Tax Clearance Certificate 3.5 Company registration details & VAT registration number 3.6 Brief description of civil works projects undertaken in the last 3 years, with client contact details 3.7 Completed and signed Luthuli Museum database registration form. The registration form can be collected at the Luthuli Museum or downloaded on the Luthuli Museum website: www.luthulimuseum.org.za (Media page)

Closing Date: 07 February 2014

4.SUBMISSION OF EOI

Should you not receive a response from us within a month after the closing date, please consider your application as being unsuccessful.

4.1Submissions can be posted for the ATTENTION: Museum Director to the following address: Luthuli Museum, PO Box 1869, Groutville, KWADUKUZA, 4450 or delivered or couriered to the Luthuli Museum, 3233 Nokukhanya Luthuli Street, Groutville, KWADUKUZA, 4450. 4.2 Closing date for submissions for registration is: 21 February 2014 4.3 Enquiries: Please contact Mr Thabane Nkosi on telephone number 032 559 6822 or email address nanam@luthulimuseum.org.za


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Tiger Boyz (pictured left) had to settle for a tame 1­1 draw against Mavusana (right) and in a SAFA KwaDukuza Local Football Association Premier League game played at the Recreation Ground on Sunday. PHOTO: WEEKLY REPORTER

free-kick against the wall, but the alert Nhlakanipho Khuzwayo latched onto the rebounder and watched agonisingly after his shot just missed the crossbar. Hoping to seal the fate of their rivals, Tiger Boyz made a double substitution, bringing on striker Phiwokuhle Nsele and attacking midfielder Siyabonga Khuzwayo. But, the attacking

HOPING TO SEAL THE FATE OF THEIR RIVALS, TIGER BOYZ MADE A DOUBLE SUBSTITUTION duo failed to impress as Tiger Boyz held on desperately to their slender1-0 lead. In the dying minutes of the game Mavusanawereofferedalifelineafter Nkululeko Makhathini was brought

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Mkhize for 1 run and Lance David, makinghisdebutforIlembewasrun out by Simon Shange for 5 runs leaving the hosts in deep trouble at 126/9. Tail-ender, Iqbal Sher showed scant respect for the Umlazi attack, smashing a “quickfire” 43 runs which included five fours and three massive sixes before being caught by Comfort Shange off the bowling of Gasa to give the home team a respectable 172/10 in the 30th over. Mkhize (4/41 from 9 overs) and Gasa (2/52 from 8 overs) were the pick of the Umlazi bowlers. Chasing173runsforvictory,Umlazi were far from disgraced after notching up 168/9 in their allotted 45 overs thanks to a brilliant halfcentury by Siqo Dlamini (59) which included seven fours and one 6.

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Aaron Pillay was the most economical Ilembe bowler, claiming 2/45 from 9 overs. Meanwhile, Oceanville B defeated Warriors by 6-wickets in a domestic Twenty-20 League game played at the Gledhow Ground on Saturday. Warriors batted first and posted 73/7 in their allotted 20-overs. Asad Iqbal(18),AustinGovender(11)and Rishen Mathapershad (10) were the only batsmen to register double digits. Wilson Govender (2/1 from 4 overs)andKaylinNaidoo(2/10from 4 overs) were the pick of the Oceanville bowlers. Oceanville scored the winning runs in the 13th over (74/4) thanks to a brilliant 32 runs contribution by Trinesh Govender.

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