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Volume 04, 19 November 2013, Week 47

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Mr Human to become ‘Google Certified’ Laurelle Williams

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“ It is not only me; it is the parents, students and teachers as well. This is a ‘we’ celebration ” Google tm has selected Percy Human, vice principal of Glenanda Primary School, as an attendee at the next Google Teacher Academy (GTA), to be held in Stockholm, Sweden on 10 December. The Google Teacher Academy is a two-day intensive program that recognises educators who are doing innovative and exciting things in their schools and classrooms with technology. Mr Human was selected to represent Glenanda Primary School. The dedicated educator applied this year to GTA after hearing that they wanted South Africans to apply. Mr Human submitted his one minute video and received 650 hits within the first week of it being on YouTube. Thereafter he had to submit a research document presenting his district and how Glenanda Primary was using Google. “I feel very special. I am proud to be working at Glenanda Primary School as it has presented all these opportunities for me. It is not only me; it is the parents, students and teachers as well. This is a ‘we’ celebration,” Mr Human told tame TIMES. Fifty participants from different countries across the globe will get hands-on experience with Google’s products and technologies, learn about innovative instructional strategies, and receive resources to share with colleagues. Upon completion, Academy participants become Google Certified Teachers who share what they learn with other educators in their local regions and beyond. “As a long time user of Google products, I’ve seen the power it brings to the Glenanda

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MR GOOGLE: Mr Percy Human soon to be a Google Certified Teacher.

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Primary School by providing teachers and learners opportunities to collaborate in real time,” Mr Human added. Google Certified Teachers are exceptional educators with a passion for using innovative tools to improve teaching and learning, as well as creative leaders and ambassadors for change. They are recognised experts and widely admired for their commitment to high expectations for students, lifelong learning and collaboration. Mr Human’s dedication to his school is proved by his choice of attending the GTA in Sweden rather than in London, as the London GTA course is held while school is ongoing whereas the Sweden event occurs during school holidays. He doesn’t want to miss out on teaching time with his students. The Google Certified Teacher programme was launched in 2006 with the first Academy held at Google headquarters in Mountain View. The program has since held several academies across the US, Australia, and UK, expanding the ranks of Google Certified Teachers to over 800 educators worldwide. The Google Teacher Academy is produced by Google, in collaboration with Computer-Using Educators (CUE, Inc), a non-profit educational organisation. tame TIMES looks forward to hearing and reporting on Mr Human’s Google experience. To view Mr Human’s video go to www. youtube.com/watch?v=L6fNGOe1DIw. For more information visit www.google. com/edu/gta or contact Google at press@ google.com. 


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Reflecting on breath-taking art Laurelle Williams laurelle@tametimes.co.za Reflections Art Exhibition opened on 8 November at Marists Brothers Linmeyer Resource Centre and ran until 17 November. A percentage of the funds raised from the exhibition will benefit Lerato Educational Centre. The participating artists were Alicia Maasberg, Carol Wright, Dalila de Matos, Dietrich Berner, Dini Condy, Fernando Correia, Linda Nassif, Lois Fisher, Lorena Ruffini, Natasja Mantuo, Paula Martins, Retha du Preez, Shontell Moroder, Taryn Human, Vicky Riley, Victor do O’Filipe, Fired Earth Ceramics as well as Marist Art students. These are some of JHB South editor Laurelle Williams’ favourites.

Correction Please note the Aspen Hills Halloween Carnival was organised by the Aspen Home Owners Association and not by Aspen Estates Real Estate Property Company, as stated in last week’s article. Aspen Real Estate Property Company did sponsor the event. tame TIMES apologises for any inconvenience caused.

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it’s a real Christmas present What is Christmas present clutter? It is something that most of us are guilty of. It refers to spending money on arbitrary gifts for the sake of giving a loved one a Christmas present. You know that look on your husband or father’s face when he unwraps yet another pair of socks, or another tool set? And while it’s the thought that counts and the gesture is appreciated, at that moment both of you know that he didn’t really need another screwdriver. Christmas is a season for charity and the JSPCA is looking for kennel sponsors. If you sponsor a kennel on behalf of your gift recipient, their name will be featured on the kennel. Your kennel sponsorship will continue to help animals find their happily ever afters.  Contact pr@ jhbspca.co.za to sponsor a kennel.

By Nieto Hernandez

It’s not how much we give but how much love we put into giving– Mother Teresa. It’s the silly season people. If you have not realised that, carefully lift your hand above your head and feel for a solid mass because it’s very possible you may be living under a rock. The shop windows are dressed with all things snowy and glittery, fuel prices dropped, people are giving the final lap the last of the reserved energy and, if I’m not mistaken, this past week I received a courteous smile and wave in a situation which would have earned me the one finger salute in June. So evidently the spirit of Christmas, kwanza, the holiday season or whatever you call it, is upon us. Thinking about the December holiday season, from as far back as I like to remember, has always lead my thoughts towards the universal meaning of this time of year. Has too much emphasis been placed on the activity around this time of year? Does the aggressive push towards the advertising of everything condition the mind to forget reason? There are many other related questions, however that is not something I feel I should get into at the moment. Rather, doing something that will benefit someone who cannot do anything for you in return, someone who does not even expect to be shown favour and most importantly who will truly appreciate however little the gesture. I’m a supporter of organisations formed with the intention to serve the needy, however experiences I’ve had during serving on the Department of Community Safety’s Youth-desk, and brief excursions to neighbouring countries, I’ve learnt the value of physically touching a life. I’ve learnt to appreciate even the worst day and most importantly felt the warm sense of inner fulfilment that results from the appreciation the less fortunate in society give in return. This year the idea of convincing people to ‘buy one more’ during Christmas shopping and personally delivering whatever the bought item is to an orphan in a home, a street kid, a gogo who has several hungry mouths to feed, or whoever is at need, came to mind. As conclusion to this week’s short conversation, I question and challenge: Would it be possible for you to take some time off to buy one more and get your hands to touch a life? Share your experiences and photos with us at voice@tametimes. co.za, but most importantly share of yourself this season.

COMMENT OF THE WEEK Dear Nieto Hernandez Your article, Time to man-out, impressed me so much that I just have to respond. I am a mother of two middle-aged sons and married for fifty five years to a wonderful man, and so I consider myself well informed to the plight of men. On the subject of prostate and breast cancer, I would like to see a group of men meeting to just chill out and talk openly about this sort of thing. It’s a big worry that should not be suffered alone and maybe it’s easier to talk when there is an eager listener that can encourage support and understand their point of view. As a woman I would like to say men that can cry and men that face their demons openly are strong men, and I for one think women (wives, girlfriends, friends and family) can and should be supportive and compassionate on such matters. It always helps when there is someone you can confide in that will be sympathetic and not pushy. My recommendation is, start a man-out group, wear a blue ribbon to identify cancer for man-out, a tribe of strong men willing to face whatever, with wisdom and support from like-minded men. Just my point of view, I wish you much success in this endeavour. Kind Regards, Clara Freedman

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Keep your eyes open Kick-starting smart

“Vula’mehlo – Keep Your Eyes Open”, the brain-child of the Molalatladi Safety Moves has partnered with Gauteng Province Community Safety to launch a one day Safety and Security Expo on 23 November at Klipriviersberg Recreation Centre, commencing at 09:00. The Gauteng MEC for Community Safety, Faith Mazibuko, and the Joburg Executive Mayor Parks Tau will lead an interactive workshop where community members will be able to engage with a panel of safety and security experts. Other stakeholders will include households, schools, places of worship, business, NGO’s, CPF’s, exhibitors and celebrities “We are launching this initiative in the south of Johannesburg as a pilot project,” said Enos Magwabeni, the co-founder of Molalatladi Safety Moves. “As soon as this gets traction, we will expand to the other parts of Johannesburg and eventually cover the whole Gauteng region with the aim of going national,” he said. This first expo targets the communities of Mulbarton, Aspen Hills, Gleneagles, Liefde & Vrede, Bassonia, Glenvista, Glenanda,

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Suideroord, Alan Manor, Meredale, Winchester Hills, Mondeor, Ridgeway, Naturena, Ormonde View, Kibler Park, Eikenhof, Rispark, Patlyn, Mayfield Park, Alveda Park, Jacksons and Diepkloof Extension. There is no cost. Molalatladi Safety Moves seeks to co-ordinate all community members and entities, so they’ll work in cooperation with one another to enhance the safety and security of all. Magwabeni said the mindset that only one’s own space is considered as a security focus has to change if we are to improve safety and security significantly in our communities.

This mindset shift will include factors such as: - Knowing the people in your neighbourhood, especially your immediate neighbours. - Educating yourself on safety structures and measures in your community, i.e. Community Policing Forum, Street Committees, SAPS patrollers’ cell numbers - Getting involved with your community safety structures - Watching out for developments in your community that may be, or lead to being a threat to your, or someone’s, life and/or possessions; and proactively reporting such potential threats. - Arming yourself with information on people and structures to call in emergencies. The expo is structured to have three main aspects: a) Workshops b) Exhibitions c) Demonstrations. For more information or to get involved please contact Enos Magwabeni on 072 304 2422.

meters roll-out Following clearance by an independent investigation of all allegations of corruption and fraud in the awarding of its smart meters tender, City Power is ready to continue with the roll-out of smart meters across the City of Johannesburg. Over the past eight months, City Power has installed 153 smart meters in Ferndale and 2500 with large power users in Johannesburg as part of a project business trial. The business trial comes to an end on 15 November and will be followed by the full deployment of the smart meters, starting with a 50 000 smart meter roll-out this financial year as part of phase 1 of deployment. Already, City Power has started with a preinstallation audit. Fifty suburbs have been audited already, and community engagement and communication will commence soon. The following suburbs will be the first to benefit from the phase 1 roll-out of 50 000 smart meters. These include: Glenvista, Crown Gardens, Suideroord, Rosettenville, Turf Club, Kenilworth, Turffontein, Haddon, South Hills, Gillview, Tulisa Park, The Hill, Ridgeway, Robertsham, Towerby, Rewlatch, Booysens and Ophirton. The smart meters roll-out commences this

financial year, and is scheduled to conclude in September/October 2015. “By deploying smart meters, the City of Johannesburg is able to receive accurate electricity usage information, accurate data with which to plan future infrastructure expansions, and in the long term, we will be able to build a smart city.” Customers benefit as the technology enables the city to relay critical information to their houses and access factual information regarding their billing. They will be able to perform independent monthly bill reconciliations and validations, to proactively manage spending on electricity throughout the month. The initial phase is focusing on Larger Power Users (LPU) located throughout the City of Johannesburg. Meter installation should take no longer than an hour and will be carried out in consultation with residents. By 2015, the project’s expected completion date, City Power consumers will be serviced by either conventional prepaid meters or by smart meters that can operate in a post or pre-paid mode. To see the full article please visit www. tametimes.co.za.

By-law proposed for problem properties The City of Joburg is in the process of forming a by-law to deal with problem properties.  Amongst others, this by-law hopes to deal with issues ranging from hijacked buildings, neglected properties and properties not used for the purpose it was zoned for.  At this stage it is still a draft by-law and the public is encouraged to participate in this process in one of three ways: - Attend any of the public meetings that have been scheduled: Date: 23/11/13, Region: F, Venue: Reception Room, Metro, Centre, 158 Civic Boulevard, Braamfontein, Time: 10:00. Date: 23/11/14, Region: A & E, Venue:

Altrec Sport Centre, No, 410 Eastbank Avenue, Alexandra, Time: 10:00.   - If you cannot attend any of the public meetings, you can fax your submissions to 011 403 6808. - You can also e-mail your submissions to LouisaR@joburg.org.za Dates and times are subject to change.  It is advisable to confirm with Louisa the day before if the meeting will still go ahead. She can be contacted on 011 407 7408.  The bylaw draft can be viewed online at: http://tinyurl.com/nbxdlwx.

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Registering for change You’ve got it kid Jéan de Witt 011 862 8500 Free” voters for the very first time. These young citizens are part of the first generation to have been born outside the existence of Apartheid, giving them a unique voice and outlook on South Africa’s political landscape. According to Tejis Devchand (18), the prospect of voting in his first election is quite exciting. “We, as Born Frees, just want to be part of the decision,” he said, after completing his registration at Glenvista High’s School station. “We want change and it is definitely not happening at the moment, under the ANC. We want our vote to make a difference.” The importance of voter registration has not been solely experienced by the new generation of voters, though. Manuel Branco (31) also registered this weekend for the WE WANT TO VOTE: Voters line up to register for the national elections in 2014. first time. Convinced by his late girlfriend of the importance to Droves of people were seen making their way to have his vote counted, Branco voter registration stations on 9 and 10 November in was there to make good on his promise to vote in the next preparation for next year’s national elections. national election. South Africa will be celebrating 20 years of democracy in “Like most people, I just want the best for the country,” he 2014, making it a historical landmark event for our young said. nation. Also of great importance is the inclusion of “Born-

Laurelle Williams

laurelle@tametimes.co.za At the mature age of 67, Glenvista resident Jenny Peters launched her first album, My Dad’s Kinda Music. The 16 song disc is a tribute to her late father Solly Germanus. “He always wanted me to do The CD cover. this. When I told him that I was going to a recording studio, he replied ‘that is the best news I have ever heard’,” Peters said. tame TIMES met up with the Marists Brother music teacher. One can see Peters was very fond of her father by the way she retells stories about him. “My dad loved music and was a great entertainer himself. He was a great influence in my career,” Peters recalled. She will forever hear the resounding phrase “You’ve got it kid!” Even though Germanus wasn’t alive to see the CD launch of his daughter, he is sure to be smiling down from heaven. Peters started playing piano at the age of 5 and had five teachers who were all sourced by her father. She played for dancing schools and entered many talent competitions. The cover of her album is a picture taken in 1963 at a talent competition at the Adelphie Bioscope in Rosettenville. When asked how she feels about the CD launch, Peters said she feels she has really achieved something great. She adds that she has had a good response and report from people who have bought the CD. “One of my friends said it is the most uplifting music ever.” tame TIMES has to agree, it is an astounding compilation. Granada and Five Finger Boogie are the two songs that Peters enjoys playing the most, as these were two of her father’s favourite songs. If you are looking for a Christmas gift for a family member or friend, My Dad’s Kinda Music will be a great choice. If you would like to purchase a CD, contact Jenny on 083 311 6372. Jenny Peters in Sumos Sound Recording Studios.

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City Parks response Let SA review the cost of to KNR petition running the government Jenny Moodley, City Parks spokesperson writes:

Om totsiens te sê is soos ‘n nat kombers om die skouers. So ‘n swaar gevoel van verlies. So moes ons die jaar ‘n paar vriende van ons ouderdom groet. Soos Gysie sê, “Hulle kap nou in ons bos.” Die wete dat al jou herinneringe gedeel met ou vriende vervaag tot groot verlange op sekere tye, soos verjaarsdae of familiefeeste, is baie sleg. Maar dood is nie die enigste totsiens sê nie. Jou bure wat 30 jaar langs jou gebly het verruil nou hulle stadshuis vir hulle seehuis. Wat is die kans dat jy hulle gou weer sal sien? My jongste suster het na baie dink en bid besluit om by haar kinders in Kanada te gaan bly. Ons begroting sal nie sommer vliegkaartjies daarheen kan bekostig nie. Vir my ou Gysie was die bedanking by sy werk byna soos dood in die familie. Kollegas het soos broers geword en saam het hulle ‘n band gevorm so sterk ek dink  hulle sou ‘n sikloon kon trotseer. Wanneer ‘n mens 20 jaar by ‘n maatskappy werk sien ‘n mens kollegas se babas groei tot universiteit student, en jou eie het al die nes verlaat. Vir Gysie het dit tog later beter geraak. Dis nou so rustig om hom sonder fronse of Gaviscon te sien rondloop. Sy vriende het hom regop gehou deur maagsere en spanning, wat nou iets is van die verlede is - en al die werkies by die huis is gedoen! TIP: Soms is groet nie net sleg nie - sprei jou vlerke en vlieg hoog!

We acknowledge the concerns of residents surrounding the Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve (KNR) and wish to respond to some of the issues raised. Johannesburg City Parks and Zoo (JCPZ) conducted a seasonal burn to ensure firebreaks are in place over the dry winter. This will be complemented with a second series of firebreaks as part of the summer safety campaign in reserves. As JCPZ we ensure the firebreaks are maintained, especially during the dry season. In terms of the fencing concerns, a contractor has been appointed to repair breeches in the fencing. This is ongoing and is undertaken as and when required. Residents are invited to please register their complaints with City Parks on 011 712 6600.

Fed up with fireworks Fed up Mondeor resident writes: Dewali or not, I am fed up with fireworks. Why not go and shoot your fireworks at FNB Stadium and not in our suburbs. There are more disadvantages than advantages with letting off fireworks: • Cruel to domestic animals • Cruel to our animals in the nature reserve • Exam time for all the children • Grade 12s are writing final exams • It is bed time for children going to school • As well as for all of us that work • It is traumatising our animals, and how do we comfort them? • Who is paying the vet bill? • The SPCA is inundated with dogs that broke out of their owners’ property Stop the fireworks!  Ban the darn things.

Daring men

Alberton resident Shaun Naidoo took part in the DAREdevil run at St Stithian’s on 8 November. The DAREdevil run, “Running for Our Balls”, is held annually to bring awareness around men’s health issues. “It was a spectacular experience. I ran with great friends. We covered 5.7km’s from start to finish,” The Nedbank road and trail runner said. Shaun Naidoo and Bruce Fordyce.

Louis Mofokeng writes: The smart card fee is anti-poor. This is according to Mr Manny de Freitas. I find it strange that a man whose salary comes from the exploitation of the poor worker at Marikana mine is suddenly the champion of the poor. Mr de Freitas has never fought for the better wages and living conditions of the poor workers in the mines, factories, farms and domestic workers, and yet his fat salary and the salaries of all members of parliament are paid out of the taxes of the exploited masses of the working class who in return receive poor service delivery. He claims that the Midvaal demarcation is about ANC dominance. For me it is about cutting the cost of running so many municipalities with state budgets and administrations that have no effect on the improvement of the lives of our people. On their Blue project to win Gauteng, De Freitas thinks that they should avoid the inclusion of Emfuleni Metro, but then how do you win Gauteng without Emfuleni? My own view is that at the centre of our political debates we should start talking seriously about the cost of running

nine provinces, which according to me equate nine governments within one state. Let us consider the costs against the achievements made in the past 20 years and measure the benefits if we had fewer provinces without premiers who were run by administrators without fat salaries, corruption and misdirected service delivery. Let us also look at the opposition parties, do they add value to our democracy or is it the waste of taxpayer money? When Mr de Freitas was told that 16million South Africans, including the 16-year-olds who will be applying for the first time to obtain ID’s, will not pay R140, he said that they will continue to fight for the poor to be exempted from paying a fee for an ID. It is confusing to notice that we have a member of parliament who is not aware that all persons on the SASSA database are people who earn grants of all sorts, ranging from the government pension fund, child grant, foster care, early pension, disability grant etc, and according to the last figures, there are 16million South Africans living on grants. God bless South Africa.

Nailway Hair & Beauty encourages giving Nailway Hair & Beauty has extended their long-standing relationship with Metro Ministries and currently acts as a drop-off centre for the NPO’s annual toy-drive. Metro Ministries Africa is dedicated to serving children, youth and the aged throughout four provinces of South Africa in various urban and informal settlements. The organisation is committed and dedicated to serving lowincome, abused and abandoned children, youth, the aged and their families to create a better and living environment. “We have, for a long time now, had a relationship with the ministry through various initiatives. This year we decided to create an opportunity to get involved with the good work of Metro Ministries, by opening up our

premises, becoming a drop-off centre for any usable toys that the community would like to donate to underprivileged children,” said Marissa Du Preez. Nailway Hair & Beauty invites you to donate new or usable toys, clothing, wrapping paper and sweets, which will be handed over to Metro Ministries for the benefit of underprivileged children. All donated goodies can be dropped off at Nailway Hair & Beauty in Mulbarton (112 True North Road). For more details or to make special arrangements for drop-offs, contact Nailway Hair & Beauty: 011 432 4933 or BBM: 2A3246F6.

What’s in a Word? beradingsentrum / counselling centre

Personality Assessments (2) In a team-based context it is always valuable to know the personality traits of all the members of the team, as this highlights the strentghts of each individual, building a stronger and more effective team. It also helps explain differences within the team and promote better communication between the members of the team. Knowing your personality traits is a good guide in choosing a career in which you will feel fulfilled. Many people are unhappy in their careers because it does not suit their personality. At home in your personal relationships, knowing the different personality traits of the other person/children, creates an understanding of our differences and thus helps resolve unnecessary conflict. It is also a valuable tool in the raising of children as children with different personality traits react differently to the same parenting style. For more information please contact the centre on 082 495 8401.

Big words in the Bible

Sanctification

By Ryan Peter

The word “sanctification” is one of those ancient Greek words that modern English Bibles still use because it’s packed with meaning. In short, it means “set apart for a purpose”, “holiness”, or “cleansed”. But modern English translations still use “sanctification” because it means even more than all that. 1 Corinthians 1:30 And because of him you are in Christ Jesus, who became to us wisdom from God, righteousness and sanctification and redemption... When you put your faith in Christ you are justified, which means that God now declares you righteous and not guilty and you are no longer in sin. God then “sets you apart” for his purposes, “sanctifying” you. But your experience of this reality increases and you still need to grow into becoming more like Jesus. This growing process is your “sanctification”. You are set apart and becoming more set apart as you grow. And as you grow, your joy in God also grows. God promises that you will reach maturity in Him and perfect in every good work by continuing in faith (Hebrews 13:21). In Jesus, no sin can ever stop God’s love for you. And even more, the Christian life is one of increasing joy, holiness, love and good works! It only ever gets better!


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Meals on Wheels annual cook off - 21 November Meals on Wheels are having another Mandela Day and they aim to prepare hot cooked meals for 10 000 underprivileged individuals. They are looking for 10 teams of six people each. Teams will be competing against each other and the two best teams will win awesome prizes. If you would like to enter a team, please contact Michelle Wohlberg at michelle@mealsonwheels.co.za. Venue: Gillooys Farm Time: 8:00 till 16:00 Lusito Christmas Concert 24 November The Executive Committee of Lusito is inviting you, family and friends to their Annual Christmas Function from 10:00 at 60 South Road, Regents Park. A concert will be performed by Lusito learners entitled ‘Lusito’s Got Talent’, with the presence of Father Christmas and distribution of gifts. Food drinks and stalls will be available. For further information: 011 435 8583 Horticultural society – 27 November 27 November at 09:30 - Ria Milburn will give a talk on Birds in our Environment, at The Floreum, Johannesburg Botanic Gardens, Olifants Road, Emmarentia. Phone 082 951 1432 comedy & Belly dancing night 30 November Mystical Belly Dancing School is hosting a Belly Dancing and Comedy Nite show, which includes one of SA’s best stand-up comedians Conrad Koch and his puppets - including Chester Missing. Proceeds will be going to charity. Tickets: R100 per person Time: 18:00 Place: Crown Gardens Recreational Hall. Food and Drinks on sale. Limited tickets still available. For more information please contact 082 400 1811. Pamper you for a purpose 30 November Angels Baby Sanctuary invites you and your friends to experience a holistic journey. There are various treatments and healing sessions, done by trained professional therapists. The session includes a light lunch and snacks. All funds received from the day will solely be used for the upkeep of the angels we keep. Angels is an organisation dedicated to the welfare of abandoned, orphaned, sickly or abused babies based in Rosettenville. Please call Denise at 072 631 3670 or e-mail her at denise.naidoo@multichoice.co.za. Book early as space is limited. KNRA events Mid-week walk - 20 November Organised walk for those with some extra time. Time: 08:00. Venue: Entr. Precinct, Peggy Vera Road, Kibler Park Saturday Stroll - 23 November This is our chill event of the month. It’s about making friends, getting a bit of exercise and taking a break from the Ferris wheel. Time: 08:00 Venue: Entr. Precinct, Peggy Vera Road, Kibler Park Sunday guided walk - 24 November Join us for our 4th Sunday, guided walk Time: 08:00 (Note spring starting time) Venue: Silent Pool, Frandaph Drive, Mondeor.


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Dagga found Running away A suspect was arrested in Main Street for possession of dagga by Booysens Crime Prevention Unit on 9 November. The officers stopped an unknown male and asked for permission to search him. The suspect agreed and when he was searched, the members found three small plastic bags containing dagga.

Caught stealing extension out of car

This woman went missing on 1 October. She said she was on her way to Baragwaneth Hospital. It is unknown what she was wearing or when she left the house. Anyone who knows the whereabouts of the person, please contact D/Sgt Nemavhola from Booysens SAPS on 083 376 8336.

Mondeor CPF & SAPS festive season safety tips - Don’t drink and drive – Stay alive Housebreaking: If you are planning to go on holiday arrange the following for safety reasons: -Arrange a friend or neighbour to empty your post-box every day. -Exchange telephone numbers with your neighbours. -Make sure your house lights are switched on and off and curtains are drawn daily. - Please keep the following emergencies numbers 10111/112 (Cell phone), Mondeor SAPS Sector Vehicle numbers: Sector 1: 071 675 7327/9, Sector 2: 071 675 6142/5, Sector 3: 071 675 6149/50 When using ATM’s Please be vigilant when using an ATM. If you find people loitering around please do not withdraw cash. Fireworks: Fireworks may only be used on days and times it is permitted, Christmas (25 December) 19:00 – 22:00 and New Year 23:30 to 01:00. Be safe when using fireworks this festive season. Please ensure all children and pets are a safe distance away. CPF and SAPS Mondeor would like to wish you and your family a safe and prosperous festive season.

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A suspect was arrested on 4 November in Forest Hill for theft out of a motor vehicle. The complainant alleged that when he parked his vehicle everything was in good order and there was a 1x100 meter electrical extension inside the vehicle. Later that evening the complainant’s neighbour called the complainant and informed him that he saw an unknown person taking the abovementioned item from the complainant’s vehicle and he had caught him. Booysens SAPS were contacted and arrested the suspect.

Good conviction Well done to Detective Sgt Rangwanasha from Booysens SAPS. He attained a 7-year imprisonment sentence for a housebreaking suspect. The incident took place in July 2012.

Business trading hours according to law Management of Booysens SAPS would like to bring the following to the community’s attention. All Second Hand Dealers - Pawnshop Owners, Tyre Dealers and Electronic Dealers in the Booysens Policing area please take note that your business trading hours are as follows: Monday to Friday Saturday Sunday and Public holidays

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All Scrap Metal Dealers, Recyclers, Panel Beaters and Auto Spares in the Booysens Policing, please take note that your trading hours are as follows: Monday to Friday :06:00 till 18:00 Saturday :06:00 till 14:00 Sunday and public holidays :Closed For further information contact 011 433 5363 or 011 433 5251.

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Three suspects were arrested in West Turffontein for possession of an unlicensed firearm by Booysens Crime Prevention Unit on 7 November. The SAPS noticed a white Toyota Tazz with four unknown males sitting inside the car. The officers tried to stop the vehicle and the driver ignored them and started driving recklessly at a high speed, refusing to stop. The officers managed to stop the vehicle along Turf Club Road. One suspect jumped out of the vehicle and ran away. The officers apprehend three suspects. Upon searching the vehicle they noticed a silver revolver firearm with its serial number filed off.

Appreciation for service excellence good convictions A docket of murder was allocated to W/O Mdlalose from Moffatview SAPS for investigation in March 2013. On 26 March two suspects were arrested. Both accused were found guilty on 25 October, and sentenced as follows: Accused one: Thabani Ndlovu Count 1 - Murder: 20 years imprisonment Count 2 - Robbery with aggravating circumstances: 15 years imprisonment. Both sentences to run concurrently. Effective sentence is 20 years imprisonment. Accused two: Limkani Ndlovu Count 1 - Murder: 20 years imprisonment Count 2 - Robbery with aggravating circumstances: 15 years imprisonment. Both sentences to run concurrently. Effective sentence is 20 years imprisonment. Well done to W/O Mdlalose.

Assaulter arrested A suspect was arrested on 5 November for assault GBH by Booysens SAPS in Turffontein. The complainant was at a house in Turffontein area when he was assaulted by a person known to him. He opened a case and the suspect was arrested the following day.

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House robber caught Members of Mondeor SAPS and Gauteng K9 unit arrested a house robber on 13 November in Kibler Park. Two firearms were recovered from the suspect. A case of house robbery is being investigated by Mondeor Detective Branch.

Weekly Arrests: Moffatview arrests

The following 34 arrests were made by Moffatview SAPS from 5 to 12 November: Attempted housebreaking:............ 2 Attempted murder:......................... 1 Attempted theft of m/v:.................. 1 Assault common:........................... 6 Assault GBH:.................................. 8 Assault under domestic violence:.......................................... 1 Child abuse:.................................... 1 Common Robbery:......................... 4 Driving under the influence:.......... 6 Drunken driving:............................. 1 Fraud:.............................................. 1 Intimidation:.................................... 3 Illegal immigrant:..........................15 Negligent loss of firearm:.............. 1 Possession of drugs:..................... 3 Possession of unlicensed firearm:........................ 4 Sexual assault:............................... 1 Theft:................................................ 4

Booysens arrests A total of 67 arrests were made by Booysens SAPS from 4 to 11 November. These include: Bribery:............................................ 1 Theft general:.................................. 4 Possession of unlicensed firearm:............................................ 3 Possession of stolen motor vehicle:................................. 3 Possession of drugs:....................26

Mondeor arrests The following arrests were made by Mondeor SAPS from 7 to 13 November: Shoplifting:...................................... 10 Driving under the influence:.......... 1 Possession of drugs:..................... 3 Assault common:........................... 2 Theft:................................................ 12 Drinking in public:.......................... 2 Possession of unlicensed firearm:............................................ 2 House robbery:............................... 2 Assault GBH:.................................. 1 Rape:............................................... 1 Malicious damage to property:..... 2 Housebreaking and theft:.............. 2 Corruption:...................................... 2

Mondeor CPF tip of the week Residents please enhance your security. The police and security can only protect you as much as we protect ourselves. • Make sure you have a remote panic button that you can carry with you around the house. • Please ensure you have an alarm and that you are connected to a security company. • Please ensure you sleep with the alarm activated at night. • If you are able to have small dogs, it is always a good idea. • Do not sleep with your windows open, rather try to use a fan or air conditioner. • Please test your alarm monthly. • Make sure your cell phone, keys and handbags are always taken with you to your room at night Be safe and take care.

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Designing dream houses Star swimmers

Bellavista Computer Club awarded 12 Doug Whitehead Special School learners with a Google Sketch-up achievement certificate last Thursday. The Kensington-based school started attending the computer club in the beginning of the year and learned to use the Google Sketch-up programme, which is used in composing architecture drawings on a computer. They attended every Thursday from 9 to 12, during school terms. Last Thursday they celebrated the end of the

course and each received an achievement certificate as well as a party pack filled with delicious goodies. Salome Kanyane, the Bellavista Club House co-ordinator said, “The houses they designed were beautiful. At the back of each certificate I printed their design so they could go home and show their parents as they should be proud.” “I would just like to thank Doug Whitehead Special School and the principal for allowing us the opportunity to expose their children to this type of technology,” Kanyane added.

FUTURE ARCHITECTS:The Doug Whitehead learners with their bus driver and teacher Ms Radimokekana, and Salome Kanyane and her assistant.

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Glenanda Primary School have had a very successful swimming season this term, winning all four Galas. Well done to all their enthusiastic swimmers.   Below are the award winners: Matthew Ethan Falconer - Junior Victor Trophy Kirsten Lester - Junior Victrix Trophy. Chanté Rademan - Senior Victrix. Mathew Müller - Senior Victor. Kyle Gericke - Browne Trophy for the most Improved swimmer. Chanté and Mathew received the trophy for the most outstanding contribution to swimming (Large trophy)

Back: Kyle Gericke, Mathew Müller and Chanté Rademan. Front: Matthew Ethan Falconer and Kirsten Lester.


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Sodastream: the gift that keeps on giving Sodastream’s latest Source Element machine ticks all the boxes with a very sexy, eco-friendly DIY soda maker

Just under 6,4m tonnes of household waste is generated in South Africa and disposed of in landfills annually. Households generate 42% of this waste: 21% packaging and paper; 5% food; 6% greens and 10% other. This waste generation increases over the summer holidays providing enough reason to consider gifts that give more as we prepare to celebrate, decorate, relax, give gifts and travel this coming holiday season. Sodastream’s latest Source Element machine ticks all the boxes with a very sexy, eco-friendly DIY soda maker that your family, friends and Mother Nature will love you for. Even though the Source Element, designed by

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the automotive powerhouse and finally bring Honda to the people in the South. The reigns have since been passed on to new DP, Dylan Pepperell, who welcomed the VIP guests, including major players at CMH, at the launch cocktail party that was held on 8 November. The red carpet was literally rolled out to welcome staff and guests to the event, where snacks and drinks were enjoyed by all. Mr Pepperell welcomed everyone and thanked them for their involvement in bringing the dealership to fruition. Guests had the opportunity to tour the premises. According to Jannie Nel, Honda The Glen has the potential to become one of the top dealerships in the country. Saturday (9 November) saw the official launch of the dealership to the public. Visitors were treated to music, jumping castles, and an opportunity to win instant prizes via balloon-popping. “We’re all very excited for this new journey,” Dylan Pepperell said, “We’ve worked hard and will continue to do so.”


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Smit victorious in 94.7 Bujela takes on SA Open again Cycle Challenge Ndu Ngwenya

Chantal Thurlby

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Willie Smit and Herman Fouché from team Bonitas.

On the winning streak: Willie Smit.

Willie Smit has won the Momentum 94.7 Cycle Challenge with a time of two hours, eight minutes and 42 seconds on Sunday morning, followed by teammate Herman Fouché. Teams in the lead group were Bonitas, WCCA, Abantu, NuWater, Europcar, Westvaal, ASG, Mecer, Complete Cyclist, New Horizons, and Swift. Smit said his win comes from plain hard work and many hours of practice. “I’m so thrilled. I’m happy I could pull it off for my sponsor Team Bonitas. And also for Herman Fouche, who came in second. It was all our team effort. It shows hard work paid off.” The winner in the ladies category was Ashleigh Moolman. Her time has not yet been officially calculated by the time of going to print. The 17th edition of world’s largest road race saw more than 31 000 riders take to the streets of Johannesburg in various categories. Making the most of the early morning conditions, Smit powered through the 94.7 kilometre route ahead of the rest of the pack. While some riders had spent a total of six hours on the road, Smit and others in the elite category maintained a fast pace, making the race look easy. Many supporters gathered around hanging over the barriers, screaming and shouting for their team members and some just generally for everyone. Well done to every rider, whether small, big, able bodied, disabled, young or old. The vibe was great, attracting people from all walks of life to enjoy a cycle-filled day or to just a family day out.

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When Johannesburg golfer Sipho Bujela made his debut in the South African Open Championship last year, he became the first black amateur exempted from qualifying for the country’s flagship event. In January, the rising star secured his pro card at the Vusi Ngubeni Qualifying School and 11 months later, the Sunshine Tour rookie is relishing his maiden pro debut in the 103rd edition of the second oldest national championships at the Glendower Golf Club from 21 to 24 November. “It is an exciting time for me because last year I was there as an amateur, but now I’ll be playing as a pro,” Bujela said. “The SA Open was a great experience last year and I know I’m in for another great experience this year. The SA Open is very special and it is the one tournament every South African wants to win at least once in their lifetime. I dream of winning our Open.” Having played a lot of amateur golf at the par-72 layout, the young gun is quite familiar with Glendower and the challenges of the classic course. “This course really tests your ability to stay focused. You need to know what has to be done, and you need to stick to your game plan; if you don’t, you will be punished. There’s not much room for error and you can’t afford two bad shots in a row if you want to stand any chance of returning a decent score,” Bujela added A few weeks ago, Bujela was forced to withdraw after the first round of the Vodacom Origins of Golf Final at St Francis Links due to a wrist injury, but the Soweto golfer says he is recovering well and is almost pain-free. Sipho Bujela ready for Dowerglen.

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Laurelle Williams laurelle@tametimes.co.za Mapaseka Makhanya has been around the athletics scene for some time, but 2013 has been a stellar year for her, culminating in her victory in the SPAR Grand Prix. She was nominated for SA Sports Star of the Year, the only female among males but lost out to Itumeleng Khune. However she won the Sportswoman of the Year ahead of Lee-Anne Pace and Mandisa Williams. Makhanya took up road running this year because she wanted to build up her stamina and get used to running longer distances. Although she has never made a secret of her preference for running on the track, she took to road running like a duck to water, and as a result, the bubbly single mother also known as Mapasexy gathered enough Grand Prix points to finish the year well on top of the Grand Prix ladder. She started the year by finishing second in the Cape Town SPAR Women’s Challenge race and third in Port Elizabeth. She took victory in Durban, and had a record-breaking victory in Pretoria. By this stage, she had built up enough points to make it virtually impossible for anyone to overtake her, and although she finished out of the top ten in the final race in Johannesburg in October,

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The Springboks showed class against the Scots as they battled head to head in the end of year tour in Murrayfield over the weekend. South Africa’s forward dominance once again came to the fore as they hammered the Scots in the tight phases. The starting front row of Guthro Steenkamp, Adriaan Strauss and Frans Malherbe were solid with veteran Bakkies Botha and Flip van der Merwe as pillars of strength in the lock position. The loose forward trio of Francious Louw, Duane Vermeulen and Willem Alberts, was uncompromising at the tackle situation as Alberts showcased some huge hits making it very difficult for Scotland to get any momentum. This coupled with an almost flawless display by Pat Lambie, in the unfamiliar role of flyhalf, kept the Springboks on the front foot. South Africa’s backline defence was impeccable, led by world class defence organiser Jacques Fourie who ensured that any front ball that Scotland got had them driven back by a very enthusiastic South African backline. Mapaseka Mkhanya gets into her Nissan This coupled with the man of the match Willie Le Roux’s performance, Micra. South Africa was unstoppable. South Africa is set to take on France the Bonitas (formerly Transnet) runner had done enough on 23 November in Paris. to ensure that the keys to the first prize of a new Nissan Judging from Sunday’s performance the French should be in for a very Micra would be handed over to her. hard contest, as the Springboks will hope to come home undefeated “This has been a great year. I won the Grand Prix and in the end of year European tour. I ran and won my first marathon. Next year I plan on winning another car, and have asked for a leather interior,” Pat Same Memorial 7-a-side soccer challenge Makhanya said. Three-times Grand Prix winner, René 15 December Kalmer finished second on the log, with 92 points, 13 Venue: Robertsham Callies FC behind Makhanya.  Kalmer’s sister Christine was third with Entry Fee: R1200 per team max 10 players (seniors) 77.  René will receive R30 000 and Christine will pocket Time: 09:00 R17 500.Their Nedbank Gauteng Central teammate Prizes: R5000 for winners as well as trophies for winners and runnersIrvette van Zyl, who was unable to run in Johannesburg up. because of a knee injury, came fourth, with 68 points. The Loads of prize giveaways, DJ’s on decks and entertainment for the two-times Grand Prix winner will receive R15 000. kids. Food and drinks will be on sale. (No braais or cooler boxes With five of the top 10 on the SPAR Grand Prix ladder allowed on clubs premises). wearing the Nedbank Central Gauteng colours, the club To enter contact Daryl Lotter: 071 269 1995, daryll@amslt.co.za. easily won the club competition with 343 points – nearly Entries close 25 November 2013. double those of their nearest rivals, Boxer KZN, who had JHAC AGM - 27 November 177. Transnet was third, with 138 points. Johannesburg Harriers Athletic Club’s Annual General Meeting will tame TIMES wishes Sonja Laxton a speedy recovery take place on Wednesday, 27 November at 18:00 for 18:30. The venue after being knocked over in a hit and run Sunday is Harriers House, Rietvlei Zoo Farm, Swartkoppies Road, JHB South. For more information please contact jhac@mweb.co.za. morning during a training session in Rosebank.


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