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INDELANI Inkatha Freedom Party (IFP) councillor Jabulani Sibiya said the KwaDukuza Municipality is a ‘family’ business that only employs ANC members while many of his ward members are unemployed. Sibiya’s remarks come after 68 ‘disgruntled’ Lindelani residents joinedtheIFPlastweek, claimingthat the ANC KwaDukuza branch ‘failed’ to meet their needs. However, KwaDukuza mayor Ricardo Mthembu says this is not the case as Sibiya is employed by the municipality. iLembe IFP councillor Kas Anamalay welcomed the residents. “The political situation being fluid is prompting people to move from one party to another with the hope of following specific people in the areas who are service-delivery oriented. “We are going to see more of this in the next election.” He said he was grateful for the hard-working IFP councillors in the
area who are doing, ‘exactly what the country needs to fight poverty’. However, KwaDukuza mayor, Ricardo Mthembu denied these allegations, saying that the municipality advertises posts which give all residents an equal opportunity to apply. He said that council was concerned about the unemployment rate and initiated many service delivery programmes to educate and create job opportunities regardless of political affiliation. Lindelani resident, Constance Khumalo, said: “My family did not have a proper house and I was unemployed. All [the ANC] gave me was empty promises. I now have a job and shelter for my family thanks to Sibiya.” Victor Biyela, also from Lindelani, said he appreciates the ward councillor’s hard work to ensure that the residents are safe and that their needs are met. Biyela is confined to a wheelchair after incorrect surgery was done when he was admitted to hospital for a problem with his foot.
“I struggled, but I could walk, but that is not the case now. “I’ve been seeking help from 2006 as I should have been compensated for this, but nobody from the ANC helped me.” BiyelasaidSibiyahasensuredthat his family is safe by installing burglar guards in their home. Responding to Biyela’s claims, Mthembu said the municipality built Biyela a home and added that Sibiya works for the municipality, which is governed by the ANC. “We are happy that Sibiya is doing a good job in his ward. However, what does not make sense is that there are people who are saying that the ANC is not doing their job. The ward is run by an IFP councillor who works for the KwaDukuza Municipality. “The people who say they were ANC members should have proof that they are card carrying members of the ANC. The municipality is dedicated to serving KwaDukuza as a whole regardless of the political party they
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belong to. “I recently handed over a sport field worth R1.5 million in Lindelani and built houses for the community members,” said Mthembu. SpeakingtotheWeekly,Sibiyasaid there were a few people who worked for the municipality from Lindelani. He said most people who work at the municipality are from Groutville and other ANC-headed wards. Sibiya also said service delivery ‘everywhere’ was moving at a ‘snail’s pace’ and there were a lot of empty
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MRS staff in the iLembe District will take to the streets on Friday August 30 again, demanding answers from the DepartmentofHealthregardingtheirworking conditions. This was announced at an arbitration meeting last Tuesday at the SADTU Park near the KwaDukuza Clinic. More than 500 EMRS personnel from across the province attended. Spokesperson for the EMRS staff, Sifiso Dlamini questioned why EMRS personnel have to work an extra 13 unpaid hours before they can claim overtime. “While personnel are obliged to work 160 hours a month and anything over this should be overtime, staff are forced to work 173 hours a month before being eligible for overtime. “We handed our grievances over to the department in December last year, but they failed to resolve our grievances,” said Dlamini. However, the Public Sectoral Bargaining Council commissioner, Bheki Khumalo resolved that both parties have to come to an agreement because EMRS is an essential service. “The department and EMRS personnel will have to meet within 30 days and discuss their grievances,” said Bheki. He said the department has agreed to sit with the employees and resolve the issue. Dlamini asked the community to bear with them during the one-day strike on Friday. ‘The community needs to know, this is our only way of applying pressure on the department, so they can react,” said Dlamini.
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Student killed by minibus AN uMfolozi College student from Mandeni campus, was hit and killed by a minibus transporting college students between Mandeni and Kingfisher road on Tuesday morning. Innocent Mpungose (22) died at the scene. He was heading to campus when the white minibus knocked him as he was crossing the road. Mpungose was a level four electrical engineering student. According to police, it is believed that the minibus had exceeded the speed limit which is 60km/h in the area. Mpungose sustained injuries to his head. A case of culpable homicide has been opened.
Accused killers behind bars NOTHANDO NDLOVU FIVE suspects who are allegedly linked to a case of murder and attempted murder appeared at Umhlali Periodical Court on Monday, 26 August. Samkele Fodo (20), Thembinkosi Mkhize (49), Thandisizwe Mafuna (29), Ntongola Mazwi (27), Thabo Mgidi (27) were arrested on Monday last week by the Umhlali SAPS. They are suspected of stabbing a 38-yearold woman and her daughter. The woman later died in hospital and her daughter was discharged. The Weekly learned that the incident took placeon13July atabout5am, whenthemother and daughter were on their way to the train station at Compensation in Shakashead. According to Umhlali SAPS media liaison officer Captain Percy Buthelezi, the suspects were armed with knives and firearms. He said they demanded cash from the women. An undisclosed amount of cash and a cellphone was taken from the victims. The case was remanded to 3 September.
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DEPUTY minister of trade and industry Elizabeth Thabethe urged residents to initiate their own businesses to eradicate poverty in Mandeni. She spoke to the community at an enterprise development event held at Ngcedomhlophe Stadium last week. Thabethe said funds were allocated in the form of incentives and grants to assist entrepreneurs. She urged more people to take ‘advantage’ of the services offered by the de-
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partment to help create jobs. “Wedecidedtotakethedepartmentto the people instead of waiting for them to cometoouroffices.Thiswasafterrealising that unscrupulous people masquerading as consultants exploit people who want to register businesses by charging them incredibly high rates. They are taking advantage of people who do not know where to go and what to do when they want to register their business,” said Thabethe. In his speech, Mandeni mayor Siphesihle Zulu said establishing more businesses in the area would aid in fighting the
triple challenge of poverty, unemployment and inequality. Zulu urged people to ‘create’ employment opportunities instead of seeking them. He said the municipality was working closely with the South African Clothing and Textile Workers Union in order to revive the clothing and textile factories in the Mandeni industrial area. “We need more employers than people looking for a job. We must put a lot of focuson manufacturing and assistpeople set up businesses, which can access assistance from government,” he said.
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KwaDukuza on leading global cities network >> KwaDukuza on its way to becoming a vibrant city, says mayor
WADUKUZA Municipality has become a member of the International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives (ICLEI). ICLEI is punted as the world’s leading association of cities and local governments dedicated to sustainable development. The ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability Association is a powerful movement of 12 mega-cities, 100 super-cities and urban regions, 450 large cities as well as 450 small and medium-sized cities in 84 countries. The association aims to build tangible improvements in global sustainability by placing special focus on environmental conditions through cumulative local actions.
The membership was declared 10 months after the municipality had tabled an application to be part of the seven cities with the strongest economic potential. Municipalities were selected to participate in the programme known as Low Carbon Emission Programme that is run by the ICLEI. KwaDukuza mayor Ricardo Mthembu welcomed the decision, saying that the municipality is raising the bar in terms of social sustainability. “We are gearing up for mammoth tasks ahead on our way towards fulfilling Vision 2030. “This achievement on its own speaks to the fact that we are on track
towards meeting our long-term objectives.” He said this clearly shows that the municipality is moving to become a vibrant city competing in the global village economically, socially, and politically, in a sustainable manner. TheICLEIstatusallowsKwaDukuza to work on various climate change response programmes. As part of this accreditation, the municipality will be supported to develop its first greenhouse gas inventory, which is currently under way, and also contribute to staff and councillor’s capacity building programmes. ICLEI Africa says it will be funding a number of international exchange
‘We are gearing up for mammoth tasks ahead on our way towards fulfilling Vision 2030.’ programmes for KwaDukuza staff and councillors. Mthembusaidthatthemunicipality will continue to position itself as the destination of choice for green economy investors. “We will have to keep up with best practices to ensure that energy efficiency is achieved. “We call upon all stakeholders to support our efforts to achieve our
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Mother arrested for ordering hit THE KwaDukuza Cluster Task Team together with members from Port Shepstone Crime Intelligence arrest-
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jail, tipped off the police about the plot. It is believed that Langeni conspired since May to kill her sons, Nkazimulo (21) and Nkanyiso (24). The hit was reported to the Port Shepstone SAPS who also roped in members from Crime Intelligence. Brigadier Derek Captain Hastibeer, who spearheaded the operation, set up a meeting on Wednesday 14 August between Langeni and a police official posing as the hit-man and details of the plot to kill her sons were discussed.
“The price of each murder was R25 000, but she requested a discount because she was giving the hitman two jobs. Langeni also promised him three more jobs should he pull these two off successfully. “The alleged motive for the killing was that she wanted to claim on insurance policies she had taken out on her sons. “Terms were agreed on and on Tuesday, 2 August she promised to provide the hit-man with photos to enable him to identify her sons,” he
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said. Hastibeer went on to say during the meeting the woman handed over photos of her sons as well as R350 for expenses. After the exchange, police arrested Langeni and found her in possession of insurance documents and four other identity documents.
DA leader visits Ballito >> ANC could lose up to 10 percent of support - Zille
EMOCRATIC Alliance (DA) leader, Helen Zille attended the party’s fundraising dinner in Ballito recently. Zille was upbeat about the upcoming general elections and said the DA would win the Western Cape with an increased majority. “We will also win Gauteng. According to our research we have increased our support base in all other provinces.” Motivating those present, Zille added: “Our target is 30 per cent of the national votes. It requires a lot of hard work to meet the target. We have a comprehensive plan and election after election we have succeeded with our strategy since 1994. “Millions of people are beginning to see the DA as the only alternate to the ANC. The DA’s record of gover-
nance is better in Western Cape, City of Cape Town and many other municipalities that we govern.” She said according to political analysts the ANC could lose up to 10 percent of support. Zille called upon the youth to register and vote saying: “The future is in your hands. The election outcomes dependonyou.Theborn-freeswill be voting for the first time, that makes up a sizeable number,” said Zille. DA iLembe constituency chairperson, councillor Madhun Sing said the target of 30 percent is achievable looking at new political developments. “By-election results and the political trend across the country have shown a substantial difference and we are very confident.”
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House robbery suspects told to ‘beware’ NOTHANDO NDLOVU UMHLALI SAPS have issued a stern warning to criminal involved in house breakings and those who have a ‘tendency’ to buy stolen goods. Speaking to the Weekly on Monday, Umhlali SAPS media liaison
officer, Captain Percy Buthelezi said all those who are linked to house robbery cases will be arrested by December this year. Buthelezi said members of the Shakaville 'one minute gang' who are suspected of seven cases of house robberies in Collin Drive, Salt Rock were arrested on Friday last week.
Bongani Cele (26), Joe Milambo (22) and African Zulu (27) appeared in court yesterday (Tuesday). Buthelezi said through investigation the police discovered that the gang members hired metered taxis to rob various houses. He added that the police recovered two plasma TV screens. “We urge the community to liaise
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N armed man who tried to rob and killlocalbusinessman,VRSubbanof Temple Grove on Tuesday afternoon last week, was arrested the next morning after hiding in a secret chamber for the night. Lasio Byebisho, a Ugandan national, andhisaccomplicewererentingthebasement on Subban’s property. They broke the wall which leads to the main building to gain entrance. According to Darren Sewram of Ultimate Security, the suspects ransacked the house and found the safe. “TheywaitedforSubbantoarrivefrom work. When he entered the house, the robbers pounced on him and forced him to open the safe. However, Subban put up a fight and was wrestled to the ground. One of the robbers had a huge knife and threatened to kill him if he refused to open the safe. “Fortunately, the alarm went off. The suspect with the knife escaped through the front door. The second suspect, Byebisho, ran towards the basement.”
Sewram was first on the scene and searched the house and the basement. However, Byebisho could not be found. The police were also called. They also searched the house to no avail. “I told Subban not stay in house that night. The following morning, I contacted Inspector NK Naidoo of the KwaDukuza SAPS and together we searched the house again. “When we entered the basement, we found a dark room with a shrine in the centre and bottles with animal organs inside. Upon investigation, I discovered on one side of the room, the wall was made of timber. I broke the boards and found Byebisho hiding. The timber was approximately500cmspacedfromthewall,”said Sewram. A firearm and live ammunition were recovered in Byebisho's possession. He was handed to the KwaDukuza SAPS and charged for armed robbery and attempted murder. A search has been launched for the second suspect. Byebisho appeared in the KwaDukuza Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday last week and was remanded in custody.
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“God's Word Is Truth!” Convention Jehovah’s Witnesses in Durban and along the North Coast have planned their annual convention and an accompanying campaign and are encouraging people to attend. This years convention theme is “God's Word Is Truth!” which commenced in the United States in May and will continue worldwide until the end of December. It is estimated that more than 7 000 delegates will attend the English-language convention at Growthpoint Kings Park Stadium from 6 to 8 September and that a further 13 000 will attend the Zululanguage convention from 13 to 15 September for the Bible-based programmes. JR Brown, spokesman for the Witnesses said the convention theme this year is significant because it underscores a core family value for Jehovah's Witnesses.
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OLLOWING a spate of suicide cases reported in less than a year, a concerned ward councillor called for a mass prayer in the Madundube area last week. Councillor Sthembiso Magubane said about eight people have committed suicide in his ward since October last year. On Saturday last week a woman was
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It’s a teenage love affair PRIYA NUNKUMAR YOUNG, WISE, FREE
THE excitement of changing your Facebook relationship status to 'in a relationship' is probably one of the most exciting events for teenagers. Or maybeit'sthefactthatyounow have someone to spend your time with, share your thoughts with and be with; someone who allows you to be the 'carefree' person you're meant to be. No matter who he or she is, as teenagers, how do we know that our high school sweetheart is actually meant to be with us forever? That'sthecatch,wedon'tactually know and only time can tell how our relationships will evolve. Of course, teenagers tend to take the whole relationship 'stage' a bit too seriously, especially between the ages of 14 and 17, which is the inspiration behind this column. A few weeks ago I was shopping
in a well known clothing store in KwaDukuza when I noticed a girl and her boyfriend shopping there too. I actually know the girl by face and name, plus I also know that she is a grade 10 pupil. She didn't really notice me because she was too busy shopping
with her boyfriend (also in grade 10), however something caught my eye and suddenly a huge shock hit me. Her boyfriend had her name tattooed on his wrist. Yes, a 15 year old boy had tattooed his girlfriend's name on his wrist. Of course, if I were a parent I would have freaked if my child did
Her boyfriend had her name tattooed on his wrist. Yes, a 15 year old boy had tattooed his girlfriend’s name on his wrist.
something like that. As much as I could say it's sweet and thoughtful to do something like tattoo the name of your loved one on yourself, it's also permanent and will stay with you for the rest of your life. As far as high school sweethearts are concerned, the reality is that only a few people actually end up with the person who they dated in high school because they simple grow up and meet new people. However, I also know a couple who have been together since high school and have been happily married for many years! I guess it's just a matter of fate...though I wonder if tattoo boy will stick around long enough for that tattoo to really have been worth it. E-mail your story to Priya.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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part of the festivities, ostensibly to provide an African authenticity. As the father of an 11-year-old girl, I almost always find myself shuddering at these functions when I see the reactions to the parading of maidens: Cameras are whipped out, Tablets are placed on record and photos of semi-clothed young girls are able to be sent around the world via the click of a button. Somewhere in the audience, there is also bound to be one of those ‘creepy uncle’ types trying desperately not to lick his lips. In slightly altered circumstances (that is, without ‘cultural practice’ providing rationale), men and women photographing semi-clothed children would be imprisoned. This brings me to the parents who sign the obligatory disclaimers allowing their daughters to undress, jump onto a stage and start dancing. What are they thinking? Are they thinking? If a pole and strobe light were added to the props, would parents still be
condition young women into believing that there will always be and should be someone who has more say over their bodies than they do. There is no doubt that the reed dance is good for tourism, what with the spike in all of those unaccompanied male tourists making their way from Europe at this time of year. Thankfully, a ban on any kind of photography unless it is from accredited and verified journalists will reduce the number of photos of bare breasted children on the Net…but there are still the ‘creepy uncle’ types who make it to the festival.
AUM 15th Day Ceremony of Ranjen Poonsamy
Cultural preservation should be celebrated – but it must also take into account social change and the fact that it can be easily exploited by the unscrupulous. Would it be culturally devastating for our young women to cover their breasts to avoid falling victim to some opportunistic pervert, whether he comes in the form of a businessman or royalty? I don’t think so. The Stanger Weekly is inviting guests columnists to share their opinions with us. Email email@example.com
MANDENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY INVITATION TO BID
REVIEW OF THE MANDENI HOUSING SECTOR PLAN Tender No.: 10/13/14
The Mandeni Municipality hereby invites suitably qualified and experienced professionals/consultants to submit bids for the Review of the Housing Sector Plan. Bid documents will be available from the Cashier Office, 2 Kingfisher Road, Civic Centre, Mandeni from Wednesday, 21 August 2013, during cashier hours (08h00 to 15h30) to Friday, 06 September 2013 cashier hours (08h00 to 13h00). A non-refundable fee of R200.00 will be charged per document (cash or bank guaranteed cheque only). The Mandeni Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Framework Act, Act 5 of 2011. The 80/20 principle applies to this project. Failure to supply all required and supplementary information will result in the bid being deemed non-responsive; and will not be considered for award. Bids must be in a sealed envelope CLEARLY MARKED WITH THE PROJECT NAME AND REF. NO. and deposited in the tender box at the Mandeni Municipality offices, 2 Kingfisher Road, Mandeni no later than 13h00, 06 September 2013 when bids will be opened in public. Telephonic or faxed bids will be disqualified and will not be accepted.
God saw you getting tired and a cure was not to be So He put his arms around you and whispered “Come to me” With tearful eyes, I watched you fade slowly away. Although I loved you with all my heart, I could not make you stay. A golden heart stopped beating and my darling son finally at rest. God broke my heart to prove that he only takes the best. The 15th Day Ceremony of Ranjen Poonsamy who passed away on the 20th August will be held rd on the 3 September 2013 at his late residence in Gledhow and will continue the following morning. Families and friends please accept this as a personal invitation. Sadly missed by his loving mum, brother, sister-inlaw, niece, nephew and a host of family and friends.
Enquiries may be directed to: Noma Gumede, tel: (032) 456 8200. Technical enquiries may be directed to: Mr S. Khuzwayo - Director: EDPHS, tel: (032) 456 8200 during office hours. The Municipality does not bind itself to accepting the lowest, or any bid, either wholly or in part or give any reason for such action. MR L.H. MAPHOLOBA - MUNICIPAL MANAGER
MANDENI LOCAL MUNICIPALITY CAREER OPPORTUNITY The following vacancy exists for a suitably qualified and experienced person to join the staff of the Mandeni Municipality within the Finance Department, Income/Revenue Section.
ASSISTANT MANAGER: INCOME Basic Salary: R16 654.00 per month (Task 12)
T is that time of the year again whenyoungwomencongregateat the royal palace in Nongoma in an age-old custom of presenting reeds –and themselves - to an aged king. We are told that it was once a beautiful Loving In Lov ing Memory tradition that entailed participation by female virgins who were proud of their wholesome ways. They deemed it an honour to acknowledge their chastity. Today it may be safer to simply call the participants…participants. Mrs Vardha Govender Male virgins are not treated with You were someone who took time to think of quite the same celeother people’s needs. Your warmth touched so bratory attitude; but many people’s hearts with gentle words and thoughtful deeds. that is a subject for Your simplicity and sincerity added something another column. very special to every person that crossed your The tradition was path. revived 23 years ago You taught us how to be selfless and your by KZN monarch, generosity was always overwhelming. You Goodwill Zwelithini, were someone deeply loved and very special. to instill pride in And though we cannot see you, your love is still young virgins; to enour guide. Forever and always loved by your children. courage them to retain their purity in a world where traditional morals have y 68tthh Bi enlly been watered down. r th Heav y 1 September For Zulus and da p p a Swazis, the occasion is also a chance for the king to select a new wife, or participant. When the custom was reintroduced in the early 90s, I remember that on average, the maidens looked a lot older than those of today. BRIAN PERUMAL At today’s ceremoIf tears could build a stairway and memories were a nies, it is not frowned lane, we would walk right up to heaven and bring you back again. No farewell words were spoken. No time to upon to see 10-yearsay goodbye. You were gone before we knew it and old girls participatonly God knows why. Our hearts still ache in sadness ing in the festival in and secret tears still flow. What it meant to lose you, no the name of culture. one will ever know. But now we know you want us to mourn for you no more. To remember all the happy This is where the times. Life still has much in store. Since you’ll never be culture divide gets a forgotten, we pledge to you today. A hallowed place is little fuzzy. Because where you’ll always stay. We love and miss you Dad. From: wife Sarah, children Sennet, Ivan, Mandy, of the kind of work I Suraya, Clement and Mary, sons-in-law Sagie, do, I often find myShafath, Ronnie, Rajen, daughter-in-law Julia, self at corporate and grandchildren Preshika, Nowen, Nadhira, Renneta, government events Ronel, Shayzaad, Dominic, Rene, Aidan and Danica. where semi-clothed schoolgirls form
happyfortheir15-year-oldstoparticipate? The reed dance is usually preceded by virginity testing; meaning that if you want to dance for the king, it has to be proven that you are fit to do so – which in this case means you need to be a virgin to gyrate in front of an old man. There have been well documented calls in the past – and indeed some groups make calls every year- to ban virginity testing. Stalwarts within the Zulu nation tell us that this is a direct attack on Zulu culture. I disagree. Having been born in rural kwaMthethwa, I am a Zulu posterboy, but the practice does not sit well with me. To have a virginity tester don a glove and digitally penetrate your lady-bits so that she can confirm your hymen is intact is ludicrous. Particularly because doctors tell us that the hymen does not need sexual penetration to rupture. A virginity test will, in essence,
Requirements: • a relevant three year tertiary qualification or equivalent, and must have at least 3 years’ relevant experience • be fully computer literate.
Happy Heavenly Heavenly Birthday Birt hday Mr Delamoney Naidoo (Dees) 28/08/1952 -31/03/2011
Thinking of you on your birthday with sadness in our hearts, for a very special person from whom we had to part. In our hearts you hold a place that no one could ever fill. It broke our hearts to lose you. What it meant to lose you, no one will ever know. Our hearts still ache in sadness. You are always on our mind, forever in our hearts. We miss you and will always love you. From your loving wife Priscilla and family.
Key performance areas: • ensure the implementation of the Property Rates, Credit Control and Debt Collection Policies of the municipality • ensure that all internal controls are implemented and adhered to • collect and account for all revenue of the municipality • ensure that monthly reports are completed on time • keep proper records of the financial affairs of the municipality and other financial responsibilities • ability to perform under pressure and maintain high ethical standards. Fringe benefits: Pension fund, medical aid, attractive leave conditions and 13th cheque, and subject to certain conditions, a housing subsidy. Further information can be obtained from: Mr. S Chiconela, 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. NB: Faxed and e-mailed applications will not be considered. Closing date: Wednesday, 4 September 2013 at 12h00. The municipality is complaint with its Employment Equity Plan. 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 30 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.H. MAPHOLOBA: MUNICIPAL MANAGER 13947KZN
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Baboo babbles on? I REFER to Baboo Singh’s (PR Councillor) letter to the editor dated 23/08/2013. My question to Mr Singh is this: How many Indian, White and Coloured councillors does the ANC have in the KwaDukuza Municipality and iLembe Region? The majority of the ratepayers are Indian and white. If one looks at KwaDukuza, there are no real industries that the ANC has promoted or created jobs within. Indians and whites have been sidelined in the KwaDukuza ANC region. They are not being promoted or given opportunities. As a result the town is not progressing. If
one has to question business people in the area, one will find they are having a tough year and it is not going to get any better. Mr Bhamjee is definitely correct as Indians are being marginalised. It is the duty and privilege of the media to report, and fairly. The paper, in doing so has awakened many of the Indians who have not been oblivious to this. Please answer this question, Mr Singh: Are the current ANC councillors going out and assisting business people in these difficult times that we are living in? K NAIDOO
More on KwaDukuza gatekeeping BABOO Singh'sletterlast week was a laugh. Objective journalism means taking the real news to the people. As a reader I am thankful for the information provided in the Weekly. As for allegations of “half-baked stories and biased reporting” the only bias in those articles is towardsthereader, who has the right to know what is happening in the town whether the president or the king is in town. The Weekly must be commended for such forthright reporting. I was present at recent meetings where the invited comrades of the ANC lambasted those Indian councillorswho are blocking the majority of the Indian community from joining the ANC. It is glaring that gate-keeping does exist in KwaDukuza. Whenever there is an ANC event, our socalled Indian councillors are tasked with inviting the Indian community.
However, only a select few are invited. We, the comrades of the ANC who have been foot-soldiers for so many years are being shutout. Many of us do not get invited. What does this tell you? It is evident the gate-keepers are scared of the real Indian stalwarts that support the ANC, that they make every attempt not to invite them to meetings, surrounding themselves rather with family and friends. The gate-keepers have given the ANC region the impression that they carry the support of the Indian community. That is not so; if they did, then how come we have two ANC Indian councillors living in Stanger Manor for more than 20 years, but the ANC has never ever won the ward. If we want the ANC membership to grow, then the ANC must act now against the Indian “gate-keepers”. Comrade R Makerdooj Stanger Manor resident
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IN response to councillor Baboo Singh’s letter dated 23 August 2013, I wish to point out that Mr. Singh was appointed by the ANC as a councillor to represent the people of the KwaDukuza Municipality. When the Stanger Weekly published the “Indians marginalised by ANC ‘gatekeepers’” article on 2 August 2013, one would have expected that Mr Singh as councillor would call a public meeting to find out the grievances of those affected. Instead he shot the messenger, who is the journalist of the Stanger Weekly, and made bold allegations against the Stanger Weekly’s journalism ethics. It is however interesting to note that despite Mr Singh's allegations, the Stanger Weekly followed the proper ethics of journalism in publishing his critical letter about the paper.
So to answer your question, is this objective reporting, I think yes! The regional branch of the ANC must investigate the matter as it is in the best interest of the ANC to do so. In doing so it must hold any other Indian councillor to account on this particular issue. It is glaring that “Gate-keeping in the ANC exists in KwaDukuza.” With the upcoming elections, we as Indian activists and veterans of the ANC want to assist the ANC in increasing its support base, if the “gates” are open for us to do so it will have a significant impact on achieving our objectives. We have to reassure the Indian community that they have a place in the sun in South Africa. The ball lies squarely in your court. Comrade M Moosa TUGELA RAIL
We are all equal - some more I READ the article in Stanger Weekly page nine dated 23 August 2013 "Education for economic freedom" with interest. The words from mayor Ricardo Mthembu "economic freedom will not fall from the moon" tends to contradict what is happening in our wards with regards to these kinds of projects. Some wards are not involved while some are represented by more than the required amount of participants. These projects need to be made known to the public because they are there to help us, but those in power do otherwise. We, the youth of Thembeni area ward 11, were never informed of this project, but there are people from the area who were recruited and the question is how were they picked? This initiative is for underprivileged youth, we all deserve equal opportunities. Those in power within our ward are
really abusing their right to pick who is going to participate in certain projects. They choose their friends and relatives; nepotism at its best. This does not only happen in this project; we the public of Thembeni are not made aware of any rising opportunities. Truth be told, to be considered for any arising opportunity you have to be in the ANC ward committee, then you are sure to be hired as a municipal worker. Those who were recently chosen to bepartofthenext40todo the six months course, were told to bring whoever wants to study because only 21 pitched up on the first day. Why is that so? Because these things are not made known to the public. This is so disgusting; it will bring the name of the ANC and the KwaDukuza Municipality into disrepute. It has to stop, we all need chances. Concerned Thembeni Youth
Corruption rules democratic SA CRIME is crime, no matter how big or small it is. Corruption is a serious crime. We cannot justify corruption. The trend of applying leniency to corrupt leaders in ourhardearneddemocracy is immoral and disgraceful. Yet, I am shocked when ordinary citizens are involved in corruption, they are fired and even go to jail. But, when government officials steal from the public purse, which is meant to benefit the poor, they are rewarded. Some high ranking ANC ministers were involved in corruption,somejailed and then privileged and freed whilst the ordinary citizen rots in jail. Former Limpopo premier Cassel Mathale out-performed all the other premiers when it came to corruption, yet he was rewarded with a call-up to parliament. Dina Pule communications minister, abused millions of taxpayers’ money. She was found guilty by the ethics com-
mittee, but instead of being kicked out of parliament, she only forfeited a months’ salary and kept her job. I think the punishment handed down to Pule is too lenient. Our tax money is being wasted while many South Africans are still suffering. These people in parliament need to realise they are in those seats because of our votes. For Nelson Mandela's sake, when will our government stop recycling corrupt officials and start handing out proper punishment to offenders? After 20 years of democracy we are supposed to be teaching our future leaders of clean governance, but this country is starting to look like Zimbabwe. For government to regain the trust of the electorate, one of the first steps is to deal decisively with corruption. Roy Naidoo
“It is cool to be an artisan” ON 14 August 2013, I had an opportunity to be invited by the iLembe District Municipality to the certification and induction ceremony at the UMfolozi FET College Groutville. Forty learners were being certificated by the college for having completed a plumbing course and a further cohort of 40 learners were being inducted to the college . This is the spin off from iLembe District Municipality’s investment of R1.2 billion on the construction of the Lower Tukela bulk water project. Through this project, in the long run, every resident within KwaDukuza Municipality will have proper sanitation and thus avoiding the “poo wars” as we see them in Cape Town. Whilst this is an excellent provision of service to our people by the District Municipality, I could not help but marvel how in the process, iLembe has been able to deal with the paucity of skills and empowerment of youth in the area. Through this project, 40 unemployed young learners have been given a head start in life. They have now gained skills andknowledgewhichtheycanuse anywhere across various sectors . As they were unemployed and faced a bleak future , they now have increased chances of getting better paying jobs. Already those who were certificated have been placed within the same Lower Tukela bulk water project to do their practicals and are being stipended. According to the reports given by the college the students themselves did not disappoint as they displayed exceptional commitment to their training. They hardly missed a day and virtually all those who enrolled completed their course. This is a clear demonstration by learners that hard work and commitment does pay off no matter what environment you are in. It is also a clear commitment by The iLembe District Municipality to the skills development agenda. Needless to say that KwaDukuza Municipality also has a youth mass skilling programme which involved 40 learners as well. This newly acquired qualification by learners is also a confidence booster to them. I saw them walking tall and holding their heads high as they approached the podium to receive their certificates. All 40 learners were also presented with two books each Life without Limits and Unstoppable, both by Nick Vujicic which are inspiring books by an extra-ordinary man who was born without limbsbutwasabletoovercomehis disability. I am certain that once thelearnershavereadthesebooks their lives will never be the same again. The ball is now firmly in the court of the learners. All I can say to them indeed “it is cool to be an artisan”. COUNCILLOR THULANI KHULUSE SPEAKER KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY
KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY ~ VACANCIES ~
The KwaDukuza Municipality situated on the KwaZulu Natal North Coast, seeks to fill the following positions and accordingly invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced applicants for appointment to the position as indicated. Please note that the post title and post identification number (KDM.) MUST be indicated on your application form obtainable from the KwaDukuza Municipality’s website which MUST be accompanied by your certified copies of your qualifications, identity document and driver’s licence where applicable. Applicants are also advised to ensure that their applications address the selection criteria in terms of qualifications, experience and any other requirements as set out in the relevant advertisement as shortlisting will be based on these selection criteria. Note: It will be required from the successful candidate from Task Grade 12 and above to meet the minimum prescribed competencies as required by National Treasury regulations. Council will provide assistance in this regard.
FINANCE DIRECTORATE KDMCSM 03: 1X BUYER: (TASK GRADE 11: R177 504.96 – R230 418.72 p.a. Requirements: NQF Level 5 certificate/ Diploma with Supply Chain Management; Computer literate (MS Word & Excel) & a valid Code B/08 driver’s license & 18-24 months relevant experience. Duties: Perform tasks/activities associated with the application of specific Supply Chain procedures, updating supplier database, analyzing internal needs, budgetary provisions and supplier capabilities, sourcing suppliers and placing orders and or prioritizing requirements to prevent stock depletion or interruptions to service delivery. Ensure that Human resources needs are identified and attended to, supporting the accomplishment of laid down objectives and compliance with specific standards in terms of productivity and performance. Execute applications associated with the procurement/ purchasing of items within the prescribed limits.
CORPORATE GOVERNANCE DIRECTORATE KDMCG 025: 1X SENIOR RISK OFFICER (TASK GRADE 12: R209 558.88 – R272 021.88 p.a.) Requirements: A B. Com Degree at an NQF level 6 or equivalent; Computer literacy (MS Word & Excel); Code B/08 driver’s license; 2 – 3 years working experience in the accounting field. Knowledge of local government legislations will be an added advantage. Duties: Working with senior management to develop the overall enterprise risk management vision, risk management strategy, risk management policy, as well as risk appetite and tolerance levels for approval by the Accounting Officer. Facilitates annual risk management assessments and risk assessments for all major changes and incidents, such as accidents, purchases of capital equipment, restructuring of operational processes etc.; Reviews the Business Continuity Management Plans; Liaises closely with the Internal Audit to develop a risk based audit plan and management assurance plans; Assists in compiling risk registers for all functional areas at strategic, tactical and operational levels; Communicates the risk strategy to all management levels and to employees; Ensures that the necessary risk management documentation is developed in respect of the risk management process; Communicates with the Provincial Treasury, Audit Committee and the Risk Committee regarding the status of ERM; Regularly visits functional areas and meets with senior managers to promote embedding risk management into the culture and daily activities of the institution; KDMCG 026: 1X ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT (EXTENDED PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAME) (TASK GRADE 9: R133 543.56 – R173 341.68 p.a.) Requirements: A Computer Certificate NQF level 5 or equivalent; Code B/08 driver’s license; 12 months working experience as a data capturer. Knowledge of local government legislation will be an added advantage.
Duties: Capture EPWP related data; Capturing of departmental PMS information; Preparing EPWP project reports; Submission of EPWP reports to COGTA; Attend EPWP meetings; Liaise with services providers and contractors regarding employment statistics. KDMCG 027: 1X MOBILIZATION OFFICER (TASK GRADE 08: R118 608.36 – 153 966.72 p.a.) Requirements: Gr.12 at an NQF level 4; Code C1/10 driver’s license with PDP; 2 – 3 years driving experience. Duties: Responsible for driving Councilors to site inspections; Assist with loud hailing; Assist with distribution of pamphlets. KDMCG 028: 1X SPECIAL PROGRAMMES OFFICER (TASK GRADE 10: R150 356.64 – R195 162.24 p.a.) Requirements: Gr. 12 at an NQF level 4; Computer literacy (MS Word & Excel); Code B/08 driver’s license; 2 years relevant working experience in Community Development field. Duties: To coordinate programs for the vulnerable groups (children, women, people living with disability); To coordinate operation Sukuma Sakhe programs; To take minutes during intergovernmental relations meetings; To attended any other related duties as assigned by the Mayor; Coordinate and attend any workshops; Report to the head IGR. KDMMM 09: 1X PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS OFFICER (TASK GRADE 10: R150 356.64 – R195 162.24 p.a.) Requirements: A Gr.12 at an NQF level 4; tertiary qualification or equivalent Degree/ National Diploma in Business Management/ Human Resources Management/ Public Management/ Public Administration at an NQF level 5/6; Computer literate (MS Word, Excel, & Internet); 2 years proven/ verifiable working experience in the field of monitoring & evaluation. Duties: Manage and facilitate the implementation of the performance management system in KDM by interacting with managers and making available information on the system and or explanation. Participating in the establishment of functional objectives with due consideration given to the organizational vision and mission and goals encompassed in the IDP. Participating with the internal audit issues to assist in enabling the legislative requirements for performance auditing. Monitoring compliance with respect to the adopted reporting structure. Assisting ED’s, Directors and other participants in the PMS explaining qualitative and quantitative outcomes, elaborating on reasoning and or the need for alignment with respect to specific objectives and measures. Conducting workshops with managers to facilitate the understanding of the system and its application in defining and measuring organizational goals and accomplishment.
MUNICIPAL SERVICES DIRECTORATE KDMHS 18a: 1 X SECRETARY TO DIRECTOR: COMMUNITY SERVICES (TASK GRADE 6: R87 136.68 – R113 120.52 p.a.) Requirements: Gr.12 at an NQF level 4; Computer literate (MS Word, Excel & Internet); 12 – 18 months Secretarial/ Administrative working experience. Duties: Provides secretarial support to the Department Head and attends to specific office support/ clerical activities associated with the preparation, typing, photocopying, circulation, safekeeping & retrieval of documents/ correspondences and communicating with visitors, officials sourcing and making available routine information pertaining to scheduled activities of the department and / municipality; Organizing, confirming and scheduling meetings/ appointments with internal departments/ external officials, arranging the venue and attending to catering/ refreshments requirements. Preparing notification, agendas and minutes for specific meetings and attending to the distribution for the collection of documentation prior to schedule meetings. Updating files inserting current and relevant information and seeking approval on the destruction of old or outdated correspondence/ document. Maintaining stocks of standard forms and stationery and completing requisition orders to facilitate the replenishment of item prior to depletion.
KDMMS 08: 1X ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT: BEACHES (TASK GRADE 6: R87 136.68 – R113 120.52 p.a.) Requirements: Gr.12 at an NQF level 4; Computer literate (MS Word, Excel & Internet); 12 – 18 months Secretarial/ Administrative working experience. Duties: Provides administration support in the beaches by attending to specific office support/ clerical activities associated with the preparation, typing, photocopying, circulation, safekeeping & retrieval of documents/ correspondences and communicating with customers. Updating files inserting current and relevant information and seeking approval on the destruction of old or outdated correspondence/ document. Preparing notification, agendas and minutes for specific meetings and attending to the distribution thereof. Recording details of enquiries and or messages in the absence of personnel and forwarding for attention upon availability and or communicating routine information to the enquirer referring to the municipal calendar, directory and other sources of information detailing the facilities and functions of the municipality.
CORPORATE SERVICES DIRECTORATE KDMCS 14: 1X DIRECTOR: ADMINISTRATION & PROPERTY MANAGEMENT: TASK GRADE 19: R516 051.24 – R669 872.40 p.a. + Locomotion allowance & Cell-phone allowance in terms of Council’s policy. Requirements: A B. Degree in Administration/ Public Management/ Human Resources at an NQF level 6/7 or equivalent qualification; Computer literate (MS Word & Excel); Code B/08 driver’s license. 5 years in Senior/ Middle management experience in Corporate Administration and Property Management. Duties: Directs, Plans, Leads and controls the key performance areas of the Administrative and Property Management Services function through the implementation of policies, procedures, systems and controls guiding critical interventions, applications and outcomes, providing advices and support with respect to specific functional requirements and controlling the operational dimensions related to secretarial services, records archiving, property management communicating infrastructure and facilities ensuring that department priorities are adequately addressed and attended to and key functional areas are aligned towards sustaining and improving the efficiencies of Administrative Services processes. Please Note: 1. That applications are to be addressed to the Municipal Manager, KwaDukuza Municipality, P.O. Box 72, KwaDukuza, 4450 for attention the Human Resources Department, and may be posted or hand delivered. (Note that hand delivered applications must be handed to the H.R. Officer / Clerk in the Human Resources Offices, First Floor, Whitehouse Centre, Chief Albert Luthuli Street, KwaDukuza). For enquiries please call Tel. No. 032 437 5000 / 5153. 2. The Closing date and time is Tuesday, 10 September 2013 at 12H00, No hand delivered applications will be accepted after the closing date and time. 3. Please DO NOT fax or e-mail applications. Please also NOTE THAT APPLICATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED ON KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY’S APPLICATION FORM WHICH IS OBTAINABLE ON THE MUNICIPALITY’S WEBSITE (www.kwadukuzamunicipality.gov.za) KwaDukuza Municipality adheres to the National Employment Equity Strategy. Further communication will only be with shortlisted candidates, such shortlist being confined to the candidates that best meet the requirements according to the information supplied in their CV’s. Candidates not contacted within 3 months of the closing date may consider their applications unsuccessful. Canvassing to Councilors will disqualify your application. Council reserves the right not to appoint. N.J. MDAKANE MUNICIPAL MANAGER
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strainformonthsandyearsandthe resulting present strain is as a result of these days and years of destruction. When we treat our bodies, our intentmustbeforourbodiestoheal from within. We must heal the source of the problem and not simply providing temporary relief. And, YES, your back or neck WILL heal fast. Some patients heal after one treatment while others may require a few more sessions. However, it is important to understand that if your muscles and body are stubborn and resistant to healing, it is only because you have placed it through so much of strain over the years that it would have forgotten how ‘normal’ functioning feels like. We need to remind our bodies how to stand correctly, how to keep the correct posture and how to sleep. We also need to know how to warm up our muscles before we exercise, how to rehydrate ourselves adequately and how to eat a correct, healthy meal. We must remind our senses of what is really healthy for our bodies as opposed to what “tastes” good enough for our bodies. Healing from pain is not only about the pain in a localised part of the body. It is about a lifestyle change that needs to occur. There is no point in treating the pain on your footorpelvis,withouttreatingany related weight issues. An overweight body will naturally place additional strain on the foot and pelvic areas, so, naturally, treating of the weight will be essential in alleviating the pain. So, if it took 10 years for your pain to culminate into your cur-
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The Mdoniville Hindu Temple Society invites you to their annual Purattassi prayers. Flag hoisting on 17 September at 6pm. Flag dehoisting on 17 October at 6pm. All Saturday prayers at 3pm. Service will be rendered. Offerings can be made. All welcome. For more information call the clerk on 032 551 1744. The Mdoniville Hindu Temple Society hold services on Mondays at 6pm and Sundays at 8.30am. All prayers offered. Weddings also arranged. For more information contact the clerk on 032 551 1744.
Abhishegum for Shanta Narshima & Radha Krishna is performed every Saturday at the Shanta Narshima Temple, 13 Centenery Road, Oceanview commencing at 2pm. The community is invited to attend, participate in the bhajans and may make offerings to the deities. Contact Kriyananda (032/5514795) or cell 0845514795. Hirsch Ballito will be holding a DOMESTIC WORKERS WORSHOP with Elba and Unilever on Tuesday, 27 August at the Hirsch Ballito Showroom from 10am to 12pm. Free of charge. Booking essential. Contact Jennilee on 032 946 7400 to book. HIRSCH BALLITO’S NETWORKING
079 8400 371. Stanger Secondary School is holding a meeting of all Grade 9 learners and parents to discuss Course Selection for Grade 10 (2014). Guidance will be given to assist learners in making their subject choices. Details of the meeting: Saturday 31 August 2013 at 2pm in the School Hall.
BREAKFAST. BRING YOUR BUSINESS CARDS!DR WAYNE SAUL will be giving a talk on Homeopathy - a complementary medical discipline which utilises exclusively natural medicine in the treatment and prevention of many disorders in patients across all age groups. Date: 29 August. Time: 8.30am for 9am. Venue: Hirsch Ballito Showroom. Free of charge. Booking essential. Contact Jennilee on 032 946 7400 to book. Trinity Methodist Church Centenary Celebration continues with the hosting of a Fun Run/Walk. Date: 7/9/2013. Venue: Manor / Opposite Engen Garage. Time: 3pm. Cost: R10 p/p. Enquiries: Contact R. Govender -
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Suppliers of All Types of Steel and Gas Products Square Tubes Free Delivery Square Bars on Tuesday and Flat Bars Thursday after Rectangular Tubes 2pm to Plates and Sheets KwaDukuza Gate Accessories and Abrasives surrounding General Industrial Supplies areas. Distributor of Air Products
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Child Welfare AGM
CPF holds annual meeting RESIDENTS, relevant role players and organisationleadersareurgedtoattend the KwaDukuza Community Policing Forum’s (CPF) annual general meeting next month. According to the forum crime has escalated to a high degree in the area and residents' presence at this meeting is imperative as they aim to find methods
to combat crime. The meeting will take place on 4 September at 10am at the KwaDukuza police station. For more information on the CPF or the meeting, call Pastor BD Saul on 073 212 0440, Thulani Ntuli on 083 770 4316 or Sandeep Oudram on 082 440 6569.
August 30, 2013
Child Welfare SA - KwaDukuza will hold its annual general meeting on Wednesday, September 18 at the KwaDukuza Sappi Resource Centre commencing at 6:30pm. Dr Shivani Chirkut from the Stanger Hospital will be the guest speaker. The community is invited to attend.
Stop the animal cruelty >> Export meat rather than live animals - NSPCA
HE National Council of SPCAs is calling for public support for their campaign to stop the outmoded, unacceptable and cruel practice of exporting live animals by sea for barbaric slaughter. The NSPCA has opposed this practice which was highlighted on two occasions on the MNET actuality programme Carte Blanche when stark footage of the harsh reality and the suffering of animals was broadcast, on both occasions to a public outcry. Public support is required to strengthen their stance and is aimed at lobbying the Department of Tourism, the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (DAFF) as well
as Border Control and other relevant authorities. The NSPCA’s stance has previously been conveyed in writing as well as in discussions with the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. There are alternates: exporting meat rather than live animals is preferable. InastatementtheNSPCAsaid:“Information has been received that a ship is due to be loaded with cattle in August 2013 destined for Mauritius. We call upon all compassionate people to make your voices heard. Our aim is to prevent the ship from docking and export permits from being signed. The NSPCA is now openly
stating that criminal charges will be laidagainstanyveterinarianwhether state-appointed or otherwise who signs the export permits.” According to the statement over and above the “travelling time”, it can take at least two days to load the animals and two days to off-load them. “There is no guarantee on how long vessels will be at sea. There can be breakdowns, including generator failure, which cause delays, as well as the effect of inclement weather and rough seas. “Delays can result in food running out and animals dying of starvation. Feed and water shortages may occur as an insufficient amount may have
There is no guarantee on how long vessels will be at sea. There can be breakdowns, including generator failure, which cause delays, as well as the effect of inclement weather and rough seas.
been loaded or – as has happened – food becomes contaminated with sea water/spray. It is also difficult to feed and water the animals when seas are rough.” According to the NSPCA, during the transportation, the animals are kept in a totally artificial environment and are affected by the air, temperature, lighting, and motion. “The ventilation and temperature are regulated on board the vessel and are not necessarily effective or correct. During rough seas it is very likely that animals may slip, fall and become injured. Thebuildupoffaecesandurineespecially below deck leads to condi-
tions becoming slippery for the livestock as well as ammonia levels increasing which leads to breathingrelated problems.” Compassionate members of the public are asked to sign up to show support as well as sharing the links: - http://goo.gl/sKjqH and the link to the website page is http://www.nspca.co.za/Page/30522/Ships-ofShame. Each “signature” sends a personalised email message to the representatives in authority. To support the NSPCA in its initiativepleasesendanSMSto38018with the word/s ‘STOP SHIPS’. Each SMS charged at R10.
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Historical bus research project AN urgent appeal is being made to all former and current KwaDukuza bus owners to assist in a historical research project. Durban bus researcher, Zainul Aberdeen, who has written a book onthehistoryoftheprivateowned Indian buses, intends to compile anecdotes of KwaDukuza's bus history.
He would like to interview former and current bus owners/conductors/mechanics, etc. The research is non profit and aimed at archiving information. He also welcomes old and current bus pictures. If you would like to assist, call 084 574 4436 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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ukuPhakamisa is a non profit organisation that was formed to help Uplift and Educate the communities in the area. We are from our setup fully helped and supported by DCLM ( your landfill site in Stanger) to make our communities a better and environment friendly place. Our project at the moment is to try our best to uplift and educate this little community. We will be painting, fixing, cleaning and most important of all educating the community as much as we can. If you want more information or want to get involved please contact Cheryl on 083 321 1831.
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AYER ROCK Guesthouse, 74 Geranium Street, Stanger Manor, “Tasteful executive accommodation”. Contact: 0325516503/0825623676.
Spacious 3 bed, 3 bath apartment available for rent in Blythedale Beach, BIC throughout, fully ﬁtted kitchen with hob and under counter oven, granite work tops, lounge & dining room, pool in complex and prepaid Elec. meters. Call: 081 706 0198 to view.
Lift club available from Stanger to Queen Nandi drive. 1 more person required with a car. Tel: 084 350 6125/071 871 7715.
BUSINESS FOR SALE Hair & Beauty Salon for sale, owner relocating. Contact: 084 827 4670. FOR SALE Winter warm-Beds10 year warranty, Luxopreme Single R1500, ¾ R1600, Double R1800, Queen R2000, King R2500, spare mattresses, bases, legs-Free parking behind Emmetts, 34 Luthuli St., Stanger, 032-551 1181. HOUSE TO LET 2 Spacious bedrooms, lounge, kitchen. Outbuilding in Dokterskop. Rent R2000-00 excluding lights & water. Contact: 061 400 1582. 4 Bedrooms, double garage, bic, in Stanger Manor, Larkspur Road, view strictly by appointments, Rent R6000 excl. water & electricity. Contact: 083 488 0331. House to let-3 B/room, R2500 excluding W/L. Contact: 032-551 2414. Outbuilding to let in Stg Man. 2 B/rm, lounge, KTB, H/C water, fully carpeted & tiled. Close to shop/sch. Tel: 032551 5915/084 653 7122. Outbuilding to let in Stanger Heights for single or couple. Contact: 032-551 4511/073 777 7973. Outbuilding to let 1.Stg Mnr-1 b/r + kitchen, with remote gates, avail immed. 2.Stg Mnr-Main Building, 4 b/r, L/D + kitchen fully ﬁtted, avail immed. 3.Stg Heights-Main Building, 3 b/r, L/D, kitchen fully ﬁtted, garage + 2 b/r granny ﬂat, well secured. 4.Glenhills-Main Building, 3 b/r, L/D + kitchen in Townview Road. Attention LandlordsKindly contact me for all your Rental Services as I have qualiﬁed tenants to rent your property. Contact: Resha Singh: 032-552 5596/084 224 9201/ email: reshasing@ gmail.com. Room to let, Stanger Manor for single person, R1500 incl. L/W and parking. Contact: 032552 3299. 1 Room, kitchen, bathroom, R1550. Rooms to let per day R150. Contact: 083 656 6882.
HERBALISTS Stanger-AstrologerPsychic-SupernaturalHealer, Dr Ntuna, Herbalist-Consultant “Palm reading, fortune teller”. Contact: 073 057 3960. HOLIDAY/TOURS India special-R18 999 29 Dec 2013-13 Jan 2014-Delhi, Rishikesh, Haridwar, Mathura, Agra, Jaipur, Mumbai. Contact Soni-074 626 9520. 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: 084 211 3587, Makhosi (DBN Ofﬁce)031-306 7250/A/H: 083 348 1663, Indira-032552 1170 (A/h)/083 651 2441. PREMISES TO LET Business Premises to let, Suitable for light industries, 3 phase card light system, in secure complex, +- 200 sq. Meters, 5 Clark Road, Dawnside, Stanger. Contact: 032551 2173. F a c t o r y / Wa r e h o u s e to let, 2000 square metres-includes mezzanine ﬂoor, R70 000 per month, Stanger Industrial Area. Contact: 082 424 1885/083 449 0939. Factory/Warehouse to let 350 square metre, R12 250 per month, Stanger Industrial Area. Contact: 082 424 1885/083 449 0939. REMOVALS For a reliable move local and countrywide. Contact: North Coast Furniture Removal. We also undertake packing, storage and insurance. Tel: 032-551 2633/082 600 1947 at 15 Hullet St. Stanger, Email: removal@telkomsa. net.
VACANCY Admin Clerk required with Pastel experience. Email CV’s to: admin@ guiseppigroup.co.za. Code 14 Driver’s needed. Call @ 20 Bauhinia Road, Moolla Industrial Area with CV. Clothing Company in Isithebe has vacancy for qualiﬁed Line QC (Quality Controller). Please call Distinctive Choice on 032-459 3275 or call personally @ 26 Yellow Street, Isithebe. Code 8 driver required. Sms name, age, religion and residential address with expected wage to 071 866 5643. Code 14 Driver required for Long Distance, must have mechanical knowledge. Tel: 083 328 0382, 15 Bauhinia Road. Collections Secretary required for extremely busy Legal Practice in Ballito. Previous experience essential. E-mail concise CV to email@example.com or veronica@swo. co.za. Construction Company is looking for a receptionist. Must be computer literate with switchboard experience and sociable. Please email CV’s to vinodhie@ telkomsa.net. Litigation/General Secretary required for extremely busy Legal Practice in Ballito. Previous experience essential. E-mail concise CV to firstname.lastname@example.org or veronica@swo. co.za. Motor Mechanic required, must have experience, must have driver’s licence and must be able to work under pressure. Contact after hours: 079 515 8815. Shift Mechanic-North Coast (Stanger/ Tongaat)-Shift Diesel Mechanic with minimum 3 year’s experience working on extra heavy duty trucks and trailers required to start A.S.A.P. Please fax your CV to 087 230 3909 or email: Truman@durpro.co.za.
IN THE KWAZULU NATAL HIGH COURT, DURBAN REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA CASE NO: 13080/2011 In the matter between: STANDARD BANK OF SOUTH AFRICA LIMITED PLAINTIFF and THENMUTHURAY MUNSAMY NAICKER 1ST DEFENDANT (ID NO: 511228 5012 08 2) KOTHANAYAGEE NAICKER 2ND DEFENDANT (ID NO: 570822 0816 08 9)
NOTICE OF SALE AUCTION In pursuance of a judgment granted in the Kwa-Zulu Natal High Court, Durban, under Writ of Execution issued thereafter, the immovable property listed hereunder will be sold to the highest bidder without reserve at the Sheriff’s Ofﬁce for Lower Tugela at, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger, KwaDukuza at 10H00 on 10TH SEPTEMBER 2013. DESCRIPTION: ERF 174 Shakaskraal Extension No.1, Registration Division FU, Province of Kwa-Zulu Natal, In extent: 1049 (one thousand and forty nine) square meters held by deed of transfer no: T26516/06 PHYSICAL ADDRESS: 174 Shakaskraal, Ext 1, Shakaskraal ZONING: SPECIAL RESIDENTIAL (NOTHING GUARANTEED) The property consists of the following: Dwelling consisting of: Main building-3 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, 1 Lounge, 1 Kitchen, 1 Living Room Out building-1 Servants Room, Double Garage, 1 Bath 1.The sale shall be subject to the terms and conditions of the High Court Act and the Rules made thereunder. 2.The purchaser shall pay a deposit of 10% (TEN PER CENT) of the purchase price and the auctioneer’s commission in cash immediately after the sale and the balance against transfer to be secured by a Bank or Building Society Guarantee, to be furnished to the Plaintiff’s attorneys within 14 (FOURTEEN) days after the date of sale, to be approved by the Plaintiff’s Attorneys. 3.Transfer shall be effected by the attorneys for the Plaintiff and the purchaser shall pay all transfer dues, including transfer duty, current and/or arrear levies/rates and/or Value Added Tax and other necessary charges to effect transfer upon request by the sale attorneys. 4.The full conditions of sale may be inspected at Sheriff’s Ofﬁce for Lower Tugela at, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger, KwaDukuza. 5.This sale is a sale in execution pursuant to a judgment obtained in the above court. 6.The Rules of this auction is available 24 hours before the auction at the ofﬁces of the Sheriff’s Ofﬁce at 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger, KwaDukuza. (a)Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to conditions, inter alia: (URL http.//www.info.gov.za/view/ DownloadFileAction?id=99961) (b)Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008. (c)FICA – legislation i.r.o proof of identity and address particulars. (d)Payment of Registration Fee of R10 000.00 in cash. (e)Registration conditions. The ofﬁce of the Sheriff for Lower Tugela will conduct the sale with auctioneers R Singh (acting sheriff) and/or S Reddy. Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to court rules apply. DATED AT DURBAN THIS 7 DAY OF AUGUST 2013. HARKOO, BRIJLAL & REDDY H B R CHAMBERS 155 STAMFORD HILL ROAD DURBAN DOCEX 2, MORNINGSIDE TEL: (031) 303 2727 FAX: (031) 303 2586 REF: R.H/TRIMANE GOVENDER/S4141/10
STANGER WEEKLY - TEL: 032 552 3363
ACCOUNTING SERVICES MEMBER OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN INSTITUTE OF CHARTERED ACCOUNTANTS MONTHLY/ANNUAL BOOKKEEPER Due to continued growth, we require the services of an experienced Annual and Monthly Bookkeeper at our Ballito branch: Applicants will: -Process monthly books on Pastel and ﬁll in all statutory returns, (PAYE, UIF, SDL, VAT, etc) -Prepare Annual Financial Statements from trial balance, using Caseware/other computerised accounting software. -Prepare Income Tax calculations and ﬁll in returns. -Candidates should be studying towards a B. Compt/BCom (Financial Accounting) degree and Must have completed their 2nd year. -Majors must include Financial Accounting, Taxation and Auditing -Previous accounting ﬁrm experience will be an advantage. -Please note salary expectation on your CV. Please fax your CV to: 032-946 3097 Attention: Natalie Wocke Or e-mail to email@example.com Applicants not contacted within 3 weeks should consider their application unsuccessful.
IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF LOWER TUGELA HELD AT STANGER CASE NO: 1512/12 In the matter between: ILEMBE DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY Execution Creditor -andPUSHPARANI MOODLEY Execution Debtor AUCTION In pursuance of a Judgement by the above Court and Writ issued thereon, the following goods will be sold by Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash, at the Sheriff’s Sales Room, Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger on 5 September 2013, at 10h00. 4 x Piece Lounge Suite 9 x Piece Dining Room Suite 1 x Wall Unit 1 x Hisense Flat Screen TV Take further notice that: 1.This is a sale in execution pursuant to a judgment obtained in the above court 2.The rules of this auction is available 24 prior to the auction at the ofﬁce of the Sheriff for Lower Tugela at Suite 6, Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger, Kwa Dukuza. 3.Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to speciﬁc conditions, inter-alia: -Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008. (URL http://www.info.gov.za/view/ DownloadFileAction?id=99961) -Fica-legislation i.r.o proof of identity and address particulars -Payment of a registration deposit of R500.00 in cash -Registration of conditions EXECUTION CREDITOR’S ATTORNEYS SHAM & MEER 140 MAHATMA GANDHI STREET REF: MS. ZONDO/rg/I875
Reception/ PersonalAssistant Required on a full time basis. Please drop CV at 1 yellowwood Road or fax to 032-551 1163. Tel: 032552 4232/082 449 3879.
Male Admin Clerk required. Fax a detailed CV to 032 551 1074.
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Support Child Welfare’s street collection CHILD Welfare SA-KwaDukuza will be hosting its annual street collection on Saturday 31 August. The street collection is one of the society's fundraising ventures. The proceeds from the street collection will be utilised to sustain the society.
Theorganisationisrequestingsecondary school pupils to participate and assist with the street collection that will be held intheKwaDukuzaCBDfrom8:30amto12 noon. Pupils will be given an opportunity to fulfill their social responsibility.
August 30, 2013
Certificates will be awarded to each participants. Interested pupils for the street collection must submit their names to the society by 20 August. For further information, contact senior social work manager, Penny Dhaver on 032 551 2129.
Victory for Glenhills pupils >> School’s road safety plan wins them top prize
● Salary: R371 754 – R464 919 p.a. (all inclusive remuneration package)
The incumbent will be accountable to the Museum Director and will be required to: ● Develop and curate the Museum collections and heritage site according to museum policies and international standards with the aim to interpret and display, inform and educate to enhance the visitor experience ● Write articles for internal and external publications, website and conferences.
Winners of the iLembe District and Durban Region Road Safety Competition, Glenhills Secondary School team seen with principal Chix Budhram and teacher T Gopal
LENHILLS Secondary School emerged victorious walking away with the prestigious iLembe District and the Durban RegionRoadSafetycompetitionswinhostedby the Department of Transport. The nine-member team of pupils and two teachers was named the top school in the iLembe District last month and the Durban Region last Thursday. The school walked away with R21 000 in total, R6 000 and R15 000 for winning the district and Durban Regional respectively. The pupils received certificates, bags and trophies. The team is made up of teachers, T Gopal andAjaySahadew,pupilsPrestonPadayachee, Bianca Hardcastle, Caitlen Komal, Sinothile Khuzwayo, Wonke Masuku, Abigail Coetzee and Samir Sahadeo. Team member, Padayachee said they had to identify road safety problems in their communities including the lack of pedestrian crossings, scholar patrols, humps and road markings, lack of warning signs cautioning motor-
ists about blind and deaf pedestrians in the areas, speeding, unlicensed and under-aged drivers, lack of street lights for visibility at night, stray animals, potholes, overgrown vegetation, depleted speed humps, illegal dumping on pavements and drinking and driving. “We then had to find solutions to the problems. We created a hi-tech model in which we hadtomakea30minutepresentation,”saidPadayachee. He added they hoped to bring the provincial championship trophy to KwaDukuza. School principal, Chix Budhram said he was impressed by the dedication showed by the pupils in solving the problem that had been affecting their school for many years. “It’s very encouraging that a school that caters for the underprivileged community emerged as winner against urban schools,” said Budhram. He said what was inspiring was that the pupil’s vision will save the lives of other children from surrounding schools. “Ourschoolsareclosetoabusytransportintersection. Many pupils have been knocked down by cars while trying to cross the road. “As principal, I am thrilled about the result.”
Pupils need your help From left are, Stanger Secondary's Sesha Lee Chunilall, Stanger South's Tholamusa Ngema, Stanger High's Jennifer Cele and Nomfundo Phakati, Stanger Manor's Serena Naidoo and Stanger Secondary’s Owami Mzoneli. With them is Padmini Nasaree (centre)
JYOTHI LALDAS SEVEN secondary school pupils from various local schools have been selected to represent KwaDukuza at an International Student ConferenceinGoslar,Germany.StangerHigh’sJennifer Cele and Nomfundo Phakati, Stanger Secondary’s Sesha Lee Chunilall, and Owami Mzoneli, Stanger Manor’s Serena Naidoo and Llewellyn Iyer and Stanger South’s Tholamusa Ngema will soon be off to Germany to showcase their leadership abilities. The pupils have been through a stringent selection process and have exhibited tremendous leadershipqualities.Theyarealsoveryvocalon
issues in education. However, according to conference convenor Padmini Nasaree, the trip to Goslar is very expensive and pupils have been left with the task of finding funding to cover the travel expenses. “Pupils are engaging in various fundraising activities to collect the amount required for this once-in-a-lifetime experience. “They are very determined to succeed in raisingfunds.Theywouldreallyappreciateany assistance in either cash or kind. Without the support of the local community, this trip will not be possible.” Any individual or organisation interested in assisting can contact Nasaree on 032 551 1227 during school hours. .
Key Performance Areas: ● Plan and research topics and themes for the museum, exhibit material, devise a plan for audience development programmes as well as focused educational programmes ● Contribute to the strategic planning process and ﬁnancial planning for the Luthuli Museum particularly in relation to curatorial aspects ● Curate and digitise collections, promote conservation and preservation standards and abide by the SAMA and ICOM’s ethical standards ● Maintain an audit register of the Museum’s heritage assets ● Network and collaborate with other museums on curatorial work and partnerships ● Write articles for internal and external publications, website and conferences ● Manage teams and work with other Departments in Education, Design, Public Relations and Marketing. Requirements: ● A degree in History and/or Political Science, Heritage and/or Museum Studies or a related ﬁeld ● Unendorsed driver’s licence. Experience and Skills: ● Seven (7) to ten (10) years experience working in Museums and/or the heritage sector ● Computer literacy ● Ability to organise, present and communicate messages through design ● Knowledge of working with museum databases and Information Technology ● Proven ability to multi-task and work accurately under pressure ● Experience in the heritage and/ or research sectors. Behavioural Competencies: ● Good communication (verbal and written) and interpersonal skills ● Managing work and people ● Analytical and decision making skills ● Flexibility ● Problem solving ● Attention to detail.
FINANCE OFFICER/BOOKEEPER ● Salary: R140 350 – R170 971 p.a.
The incumbent will be accountable to the Museum Director, reporting to the Financial Manager and be responsible for the following: ● Render ﬁnancial assistance in controlling budget, expenditure and revenue in accordance with the Public Finance Management Act, 1999 (Act 1 of 1999) (PFMA). Key Performance Areas: ●Responsible for controlling expenditure and accounts allocation ● Reconciliation of debtors and creditors accounts ● Administer petty cash and reconciliation of bank accounts ● Ordering and keeping of stock ● Assist in the administration of leave records i.e. monthly leave entitlement, annual, sick and special leave for all staff ● Payment of subsistence and travel claims ● Monitor accounts and update supplier database ● Process payments and journals ● Procurement of goods and services according to the SCM Framework ● Ensure the correct application of ﬁnancial policies and procedures – the PFMA, GRAP and the SCM Framework ● Asset management ● Any other duties assigned to the incumbent by his/her direct Supervisor and which may reasonably be associated with the post. Requirements: ● A three-year degree/diploma in Finance or Accounting or signiﬁcant progress towards obtaining the qualiﬁcation ● Three (3) to ﬁve (5) years working experience ● Sound knowledge of the PFMA, SCM and Treasury regulations ● Computer literacy in Excel, Word processing and PowerPoint ● Knowledge of Pastel Accounting ● Proven ability to multi-task and work accurately and well under pressure ● Excellent communications skills, numeric and business acumen ● Unendorsed driver’s licence.
The closing date for submission of applications is 13 September 2013 at 16:00 The Luthuli Museum is an equal opportunity afﬁrmative action employer, whose aim it is to promote representivity in all levels of occupational categories in the institution. All Applications should be sent by registered mail to: The Director: Luthuli Museum, P O Box 1869, KwaDukuza, 4450 or hand-delivered to: The Director: Luthuli Museum, 3233 Nokukhanya Luthuli Street, Groutville, 4450. These positions are based in KwaDukuza/Groutville, KwaZulu-Natal, where the museum is located. Faxed applications will NOT be accepted. Please send a covering letter with your application stating the position you are applying for, a detailed resume with a list of traceable references and certiﬁed copies of all qualiﬁcations. Appointment is subject to the veriﬁcation of educational qualiﬁcations, previous experience, reference checks and security vetting. Only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Further enquiries regarding these positions can be obtained from the Director at: tel. (032) 559 6822/3. If you have not heard from us by 30 September 2013 consider your application to have been unsuccessful.
August 30, 2013
Doreen Yengwa from the Ithemba Labasha Community Centre with some of the children from the centre, which is the chosen charity for the Ballito Street Heroes event
THE much-anticipated Ballito Street Heroes event is about to descend in a cloud of tyre burning smoke with just under a month to go to before Ballito is turned into a motor enthusiastâ€™s paradise. Ballito Street Heroes is hosted by Edusport in conjunction with the iLembe Chamber of Commerce and sponsors Ballito Auto SMD. This inaugural event is also supported by accommodation partners Fairmont ZimbaliResortsaswellastheKwaDukuzaMunicipality.The sponsors are responsible for bringing the turbocharged euphoria to the KwaDukuza seaside town at the Laguna Seca Industrial Estate on 14 and 15 September. For more information, visit towww.streetheroes.co.za or www.edusport.co.za.
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TANGER Manor Secondary were crowned iLembe under 17 cricket champions after beating Sabuyaze High School of Maphumulo in the final of the Ilembe District Games (hosted by the Department of Education in conjunction with the Department of Sport and Recreation) played at the Manor Primary School Ground on Friday. Manor won the toss and elected to field first. Sabuyaze openers Sipho and Menzi frustrated the Manor bowlers with some brilliant cover drives before Sipho was run out for nine runs (which included two 4s) in the fourth over. In the next over Menzi was clean bowled by Saieshan Logenathan for six runs. With the demise of their openers, wickets tumbled at regular intervals resulting in the visitors being bundled out for 44 runs in the 18th over. Siphele wastheonlybatsmantoofferanyresis-
tance top scoring with 12 runs which included two boundaries. Spinner Irshaad Moolla was the pick the Manor bowlers claiming 2/2 from two overs. Shrivaan Singh grabbed 2/6 from four overs. Chasing 45 runs for victory from 20 overs, pinch hitter Sayuren Perumal was promoted up the order to open the batting with Zaks Ganie. Sayuren (27 not out which included four sixes and a four) and Zaks (17 runs which included four 4â€™s) guided Manor to a comfortable 9-wickets victory in the third over. Coach of the Manor outfit, R Chakuwa was full of praise for his charges who impressed with both bat and ball. In the under-13 final, Manor Primary trounced Sogidi Primary School of Ndwedwe by 10-wickets. Manor won the toss and asked the visitors to bat first. The visitors were bundled out for a paltry 28 runs in the 16th over with Sabelo Ndlovu (13) the only batsman to register double digits.
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Nikhil Singh (3/6 from three overs) and Alex Pillay (3/8 from three overs) grabbed three wickets apiece. In reply man-of-the-match Alex (32 runs) smashed eight fours to guide Manor to an emphatic 10-wickets victory in the third over. Meanwhile, the Manor Secondary girls and volleyball teams emulated their cricket counterparts on Saturday to be crowned Ilembe volleyball champions. The Manor U17 boys outfit trounced Qalakahle High School of Ndwedwe in straight sets (2-0) and the Manor U17 girls beat Mashiyamahle of Maphumulo (25-13; 25-17) in the final played at the association courts. The Ashram U13 girls outfit beat Embonqeni of Ndwedwe (25-9; 25-8) in the final. The Glenhills U13 boys emerged Ilembe champions after trouncing Noodsberg (15-2; 15-6) and Dludla (25-17; 25-17).
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Thrilling win for Stars >> Action galore in closely-contested SAFA KwaDukuza league game WEEKLY REPORTER
UNIOR Stars snatched a thrilling 2-1 win against Townview in a SAFAKwaDukuzaLocalFootball Association (KLFA) First Division League game played at the Manor Ground on Sunday. Stars dominated possession in the first quarter and created numerous goal-scoring opportunities. In the 12th minute Sizwe Mbatha beat the offside trap with a late burst of speed, but his brilliant effort was dramatically parried out for a corner by the alert Townview keeper. In the 20th minute Skhumbuzo Mdingi broke free on the right flank before weaving his way into the box with some fancy footwork. But, instead of crossing the ball to the unmarked Mbatha, he (Mdingi) selfishly took a shot at goal, hitting the sidenetting. Both teams failed to break the deadlock going into the break. Stars coach Mzwandile Ndlale did not mincehiswordsduringthebreakand urged the lads to put away the chances they created in the hope of returning home with maximum points. Barely 10 minutes into the second half, Stars were caught on the counter-attack, and despite a gallant attempt by their keeper, Mzwandile
Junior Stars were ecstatic after snatching a thrilling 2-1 win against Townview at the Manor Ground on Sunday Malobo the ball floated into the back of the net. Stars rallied back instantly and pushed men forward in search of an equalizer. In the 55th minute Mdingi was brought down just outside the box and the referee did not hesitate to award Stars a free kick.
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view keeper for a corner. Tholinhlahla Ngubane latched onto Cele’s corner-kick, heading powerfully past the Townview keeper to give Stars a welldeserved2-1.AnecstaticStarscoach, Ndlale said: “We could have buried our opponents in the first half after missing so many opportunities, but
nonetheless I’m very happy with the result”. On Friday night, Tornado beat Monza 1-0 in a KLFA First Division League game played at the Manor Ground. Nkanyiso Cele scored a brilliant goal from just outside the box midway into the first half to seal the fate of their rivals.
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August 30, 2013
Easy victory for KSST
>> Superb win for local team
Ilembe to host U17 girls’ cricket tournament WEEKLY REPORTER
KSST clinched the EZE’s Electrical Knockout Cup (hosted by Stanger and District Volleyball Association) after trouncing Randsons in straight sets on Thursday night
SST clinched the EZE’S Electrical Knockout Cup (hosted by Stanger and District Volleyball Association) after trouncing Randsons in straight sets in the final played beforealargecrowdattheassociation courts on Thursday night. Randsons were chasing shadows throughout the night and battled to gel together as an organised unit. KSST, who have good and bad resultssincethestartofthe2013season, weredeterminedtorestorethefaithof their legion of supporters using the week preceding the tournament. They started with a training session at both an indoor and outdoor
venue in the hope of getting their act together. The training sessions proved to be pivotal with Carnel Joseph, Lionel Jali and Cameron Singh combining superbly to give KSST an unassailable 17-10 lead. Despite the two regulatory timeouts, Randsons battled to outwit their youthful and strong opponents who cantered to a fluent 25-11 win in the opening set. Randsons took a surprising 4-2 lead at the start of the second half, but the lead was short-lived after Damien “Shrek” Peters combined superbly with setter Sherwin Daniel to overcome the deficit and give KSST a 12-6 lead.
KSST hardly put a foot wrong, cantering to a convincing 25-13 win to clinch the inaugural EZE’S Electrical KO Cup. Meanwhile, Daniel John, Nolan Govender and Sam “Baba” Pillay guided Warriors Sport to a stunning 25-20; 25-18 win against nemesis Grove End in the playoffs for third spot. President of SDVA, Isaac Abraham thanked Ronnie Chinnsamy (CEO of EZE’S Electrical) for his generous sponsorship. In the KDSA social league, log leaders Titans clawed their way from a set down to notch up back-to-back victories against reigning champions Teachers Style.
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Teachers Style won the first set 2517, but the exuberance of youth gave the Glenhills-based Titans outfit an edge as they upped the tempo in the second set to return the favour (25-18) and level the scores at 1-1. Titans grabbed the game by the scruff of the neck in the final set to register an impressive 15-8 win. Manor Old Boys were over the moon, notching up their first league victory after beating Preston (2-1). Skipper Jeremy Jayakaram together with players Sura Moodley, Kershen Govender, Preggie Chetty, Anand Gopalan, Anesh Sathnarian and Youvan Naidoo couldn’t control their jubilation with celebrations going late into the night.
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ILEMBE High Schools Cricket Association will host a girls’ under 17 cricket tournament on Thursday, 29 August at Stanger Manor Secondary School commencing at 11am. Matches will be played on a knock out basis. The duration of each game will be 10 overs per side. Each team must have a minimum of five bowlers with each bowler allowed to bowl a maximum of two overs. Girls born in 1996/1997 or later will be eligible to participate in the tournament. Schools are not permitted to combine with other schools in the hope of strengthening their squad. Schoolswhocombinewillnot be allowed to participate in the event. The winning school will represent the iLembe District at the KwaZulu-Natal Schools Sports Festival in Durban in September Co-ordinator of the tournament, R Chakuwa said: “All secondary schools in the Ilembe District should take advantage of the opportunity afforded to girls. “The winning school will not only be able to showcase their talent at the provincial tournament, but success in Durban will earn the school the right to represent KwaZulu-Natal at the South African Schools Sports Festival scheduled to take place in Bloemfontein in December”. For further information, contact Chakuwa on 073 310 3014.
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