ALBERTON & GERMISTON
Volume 07, 03 May 2016, Week 18
The multi-year budget for 2016 to 2018 was approved by the Ekurhuleni Metro Council at a special council meeting on 28 April. The 2016/17 budget was presented by MMC for Finance, Moses Makwakwa and according to Councilor Neil Diamond – Whip Finance Oversight Committee, it was well received as a pro-poor budget – A BUDGET FOR THE PEOPLE.
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03 May 2016
VOORTREKKERWEG/ROAD: THE OLD AND THE NEW 1966: Uitsig oor Voortrekkerweg, vanaf South Crest na die sakekern van Alberton. In 1966 was die snelweg nog nie gebou nie en die pad het oor die berugte ‘Alberton Dip’ geloop, wat gereeld onder water was. Let op na die blomme wat op die middelmannetjie geplant is. Alberton se eerste wolkekrabber, Royal York, is eers in 1973 voltooi. Met die bou van die snelweg in 1979 is die pad opgebou en twee brue ingevoeg om die twee stroompies oor te steek sonder dat vloede die padoppervlakte
Vir enige inligting oor die Alberton-erfenisvereniging kan u Beverley-Ann Small by 011 869 9417 bel of ’n e-pos stuur aan firstname.lastname@example.org of email@example.com. U kan ook vir Daan Grobler bel by 083 380 4072. Verdere interessante wetenswaardighede oor die geskiedenis van Alberton kan u kry op die webblad albertonheritage.co.za of albertonerfenis.co.za. When you do what you love, you’ll never work a day in your life. I agree with Marc Anthony on this one, being in the fortunate position to write every day. I will admit, it’s easier to be in this fortunate position when you had a decent night’s sleep and feeling blissful, with your thoughts focussed and not scattered all over the place. I’ve written a note a while ago about an interesting conversation with a friend. To my utter delight, he has written his own note in response to this note and gave me permission to publish it. It is a great honour to get some insight into someone’s thoughts. At tame TIMES, we have the honour of getting insight into the lives of the people of our community, so please keep sending us your stories!
oorstroom. 1966: View on Voortrekker Road from South Crest to the Alberton CBD. In 1966 the freeway hasn’t been built and the road was frequently flooded due to the causeway. Note the flowers on the ridge. Alberton’s first skyscraper, the Royal York, was completed in 1973. In 1979 when the freeway was built, the road was lifted and two bridges added to prevent flooding on the road.
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03 May 2016
EKURHULENI APPROVES CAP43ENTERTAINMENT
BUDGET The multi-year budget for 2016 to 2018 was approved by the Ekurhuleni Metro Council at a special council meeting on 28 April. The 2016/17 budget was presented by MMC for Finance, Moses Makwakwa and according to Councilor Neil Diamond – Whip Finance Oversight Committee, it was well received as a propoor budget – a budget for the people. Diamond says that the local government has a clear understanding of its mandate, which enabled the finance leadership to proactively advance the agenda of transformation, which includes pushing back the frontiers of poverty and inequality; democratizing the economy; empowering the disadvantaged; creating economic development; creating employment opportunities; initiating growth and development in line with the GDS 2050; improve the quality of life of the people; and the responsible allocation of resources to
create a better life for all.‘’This year, more than any other, the Ekurhuleni budget team were faced with economic challenges and a macroeconomic environment that has left many of people under financial pressure with low disposable income. The people of Ekurhuleni must rest assured knowing that Ekurhuleni is commitment to building a local economy through increasing procurement opportunities, job creation, and reducing unemployment and poverty within the city,’’ Diamond adds. Diamond concludes that the leadership of the city has committed to put the people first and engage with communities, deliver basic services in a more efficient and effective manner, strengthening and improving good governance and accountability, and ensuring sound financial management. For more information on the budget, go to www.tametimes.co.za.
THE BUDGET, WHICH WILL BE IMPLEMENTED ON 1 JULY 2016, IS CENTERED AROUND THE FIVE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY (GDS) PILLARS AND AIMS TO:
for Medium-Term Revenue Expenditure Framework
R607 million R1.9 billion for MTREF
R1.5 billion for MTREF
R925 million for MTREF
Re-Industrialise: R141 million
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SHOWCASES AT DOMINO DANTE THIS IS ACHIEVED THROUGH ACTIVITIES THAT INCLUDE:
Quality service in sound- and light equipment (supply for sale/rent); Studio/Live/Video recording; Arts in South Africa; Artist Management & Development; Artist & Sessionists bookings; Assisting the community; Development of young artists; as well as The CAP43entertainment showcased a music evening on 26 April at the Domino Dante. It was very successful, with 10 young artists exhibiting their talents to a very appreciative audience. Domino Dante supplied food and hosted an enjoyable evening for all. CAP43 Entertainment is a multi-platform company encompassing multiple facets such as artist management, event organisation, professional recording facilities and entertainment industry consultations . The concept began with Christel Meyer and Annie Curtin These showcases are CAP43entertainment’s projects to give a platform to young artists and have them connect with others in the industry. Cap43 is the result of passionate friends joining their skills and strengths to create Artist & Musician solution.
community and charity events Cap43E also hosts various charity events e.g. Ladies Night Out, Boys will be Boys and Give Love Movement, all in creating awareness
community showing how we can play a part in relieving some problems.
WELL KNOWN CONCERT PIANIST AND ACCOMPANIST, RUDOLF GELDENHUIS, OPENS STUDIO IN ALBERTON. PIANO LESSONS FROM BEGINNER TO ADVANCED PERFORMANCE. Contact Rudolf Geldenhuis 071 675 1706 or email@example.com
to book lessons.
03 May 2016
Hygend hert mense. Wat ‘n belewenis is Europa nie. Soveel pragtige plekke, en plekke van honderde en selfs duisende jare oud. Pragtige middeleeuse dorpies soos Besalu en Rupit, die onvergeetlike kerk by Montserrat, die helder skoon blou van die meditereense see. Gysie het besluit ons huur ‘n motor en ry Frankryk toe deur die berge.
Nou ja, Gysie is nie gewoond aan die verkeerde kant bestuur ding nie. Sommer by die eerste sirkel gaan hy links om. Ek is byna dood. Ek het geskree soos ‘n besetene. Almal baklei met ons en skel ons. Gysie ry vasbeslote aan en skree terug: “ voetsek julle man”. Ek wou net daar uit die kar klim, maar dankie tog ek het nie. Europa het van die mooiste natuurskoon in die wêreld. Wat ‘n belewenis om deur die sneeubedekte berge te ry. Ons het tuisgegaan die aand in die pragtige Luchon Superbagneres in Frankryk. Dis ‘n dorp op die Tour de France roete. Laat ek julle vertel, dis soveel mooier nog as wat dit op tv is. Ek is so dankbaar vir die geleentheid om dit te kon beleef. My wens is dat elkeen van julle hierdie geleentheid sal kry en die pragtige plekke sal sien. Tip - Leef. Beleef. Dankbaarheid. Leef jou lewe, maak dit ‘n belewenis, en wees dankbaar.
Rudi Muller bederf Emmanuel
Deur Hanta Schutte Bekende gospelsanger Rudi Muller raak baie harte diep aan met sy sang en musiek. Sy respek vir ouers en ma's wat daagliks kinders versorg is 'n groot prioriteit by hom. Tydens Emmanuel se laaste byeenkoms het hy elke lied biddend gesing: "Tetelestai" "Dit
is Volbring". Hy sê dit maak nie saak van ons omstandighede nie, God se Lig skyn elke dag. Rudi skryf die meeste liedjies self. Elke lied geinspireer deur ondervinding of gebeure wat plaasgevind het. Hy sluit af met "Hoe Groot is God". Dit was weereens 'n heerlike samesyn en almal is huistoe met 'n lied in die hart.
FIGURES' WILD SIDE
Alberton Figures Model and Talent Agency hosted their graduation showcase with the theme: Animals of Africa. Brackenpark Hall was abuzz with excitement and activity early on the Saturday morning of 9 April. Alberton Figures Model and Talent Agency were hosting their graduation showcase with the wild theme: Animals of Africa. The stage backdrop was a perfect tiger print – all black, green and orange. The atmosphere was charged with raw energy as the youngsters put their final touches to their brilliant outfits – it looked like a scene out of Jumanji – wild animals everywhere. The Juniors opened the show with mind
blowing variations of wild animals, from elephants to leopards to peacocks, zebras and giraffes – sadly no rhinos, and the dancers entertained the audience with energetic animal-like sequences prior to the seniors finishing up the show in true African style. Places for best dressed were decided by the judges, as well as Mr and Miss Congeniality. The top scoring graduating students were also announced. This showcase was truly a great show of African animal spirit.
VLU Dinwiddie het weereens baie goed gedoen verlede maand by die konferensie en het die volgende plekke behaal: 1ste algehele wenner, 1ste vir meeste punte
by Kongres artikels; 2de in die blomme afdeling en 2de vir konferensie artikels.
VLU DINWIDDIE PRESTEER
Voor: Rina Basson, Hannah Appelgryn, Rudi Muller (Kunstenaar) en Janine Botha. Agter: Karen Grobler, Johan Grobler, Marie Simenson en Bettie Veldtman. Foto deur Johan Schutte
50 JAAR DIENS
Pryswenners op takvlak. Tydens die jaarlikse prysuitdeling het die dames trofeë ontvang vir hulle werk gedurende die jaar. Louise van Deventer - 1ste Ope afdeling. 2de Meeste punte. Ria Hawthorne - 1ste Brei, 1ste Beste vordering. Magriet van der Walt - 2de Gebak, 2de Borduur, 2deMasjienwerk. Corrie Raubenheimer - 2de blomme, 1ste Gebak, 1ste Borduur, 1ste Kunsvlyt, 2de Hekel, 1ste Konferensie. Hillary Lubbe - 1ste Gebottel, 2de Brei. Rina Mowbray - 2de Kunsvlyt, 1ste Hekel, 1ste Kongres. Claudia Robbertse - 1ste Blomme. Ria van den Tillaard - 2de Gebottel, 1ste Masjienwerk, 1ste Hoogste puntop takvlak.
Hantie Dreyer van die VLU Sonskyn-tak het haar 50 jaar diensknopie ontvang tydens die VLU Overvaal Goue-Suide Konferensie. Riana van Graan (vorige Streesvoorsitster), is hier saam met Hantie en VLU Sonskyn-tak voorsitster, Dini Jansen.
Sponsor a Jacket 2016 Winter is creeping up on us again and while we might only feel a bit discomforted with the approaching cold it has a huge impact on those in need. Our annual ‘Sponsor a Jacket’ fundraising campaign aims to provide children and adults with a warm winter jacket to withstand the cold. A sponsorship amount of R100 is asked for to enable one jacket to be bought for a destitute person. The sponsored jackets will be distributed
to orphanages, informal settlements and shelters in Alberton. Donations can be made by making an EFT payment directly into the following bank account: Bank ABSA / Account number 210580026 / Reference ‘Jacket’ For any queries please contact NG Alberton Suid on 011 869 9700. www.facebook.com/CaringJackets www.albertonsuid.com
Ria Hawthorne (2de Breiwerk), Magriet van der Walt (1ste Melktert: geborgde kompetisie), Corrie Raubenheimer (2de Blomme gevorderd, 2de melktert, 2de Meeste punte op konferensie, 1ste Borduurwerk), Ria van den Tillaard (1ste Beste voorsitsterverslag) en Claudia Robbertse (1ste Blomme beginners).
03 May 2016
all about the vibe
Everyone who stays in Alberton knows News Café – famous for their delicious cocktails and outstanding food, as well as the vibe that only News Café Meyersdal provide. Many weekends are spent there with a vast array of entertainment for everybody to enjoy. News Café Meyersdal is not only about a party vibe, it’s the perfect place to enjoy a great Early Bird English breakfast after a work-out at Virgin Active, situated right next door. Having only a few venues around where you can enjoy live music, News Café solved this by hosting a live band on ‘’Dagdroom Sundays’’. For only R65, you can purchase
“A long-time favourite for many patrons, News Café Meyersdal offers the vibe that the people from the south long for.”
any burger or 300g sirloin before 15:00 with your choice of mac and cheese, onion rings, chips, stir fry vegetables, or a Greek salad as a side. News Café Meyersdal has a truly inviting sense about it, perfect for social or business meetings. They strive to stay updated with the latest trends. The staff is always friendly and on point, during rush hours as well as the more relaxed days. A long-time favourite for many patrons, News Café Meyersdal offers the vibe that the people from the south long for. Whether you are in the mood to sip on a unique cocktail (we
recommend the Giggle Juice) while partying the night away, or just want to enjoy an Espresso Cookie milkshake (crushed Oreo with a shot of espresso), News Café Meyersdal is always ready to accommodate you. For more information, a n d upcoming events, visit their Facebook page.
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03 May 2016
SOMETHING TO DO? WHY N
OT CHECK OUT THESE EVENT
The South African Revenue Service would like to invite all interested
SA Institute of
HOMECRAFTS Demonstration: Date: Time: Place: Ridge. Contact:
Pratliglo. 10 May 10:00 Sports Club.
Free tax The Horticultural WORKSHOPS
parties to a series of free tax education sessions to be held SARS, 49 New Quay Road, New Redruth, Alberton. PAYE - 5 May | 09:00 – 11:00
Fringe Benefits - 12 May | 09:00 – 11:00 Medical Tax Credits - 19 May | 09:00 – 11:00 ETI - 26 May | 09:00 – 11:00
Julie 083 72 6354 or Laura 083 783 5838
JEUGMUSIEKTALENTFEES Albertonse Mannekoor bied hul jaarlikse Jeugmusiektalentfees aan! Datum: 13 Mei 2016 Plek: NG Brackenhurst - H/v Hennie Alberts en Leverstraat Tyd; 19:00 Toegang: R100 pp
MEETINGS Brackendowns CPF Sector 1 (Brackendowns) Meeting will be held on Monday 9 May at the Brackendowns Police Station Boardroom at 18:30 for 19:00. For any queries please contact Craig 060 988 4498. Brackendowns CPF Sector 2 - (Brackenhurst & Meyersdal) Meeting will be held on Wednesday 11 May at the Brackenhurst Bowling Club, Malherbe Street, at 18:30 for 19:00. For any queries please contact André 082 850 9107. Brackendowns CPF Sector 3 - (Albertsdal, Mayberry Park, Alrode/ Alrode South & Thinasonki) Meeting will be held on Wednesday 11 May at the Brackendowns Police Station Boardroom at 18:30 for 19:00. For any queries please contact Leon 072 087 8198.
One Hit Wonders
FONDSINSAMELING Fondsinsameling vir Gereformeerde Kerk Alberton. Plek: The Barnyard Theatre Emperors Palace Datum: 14 Mei Tyd: 20:00 Kaartjie prys: R130 Kontak Errol Fourie 079 881 4814 of Fanie Pretorius 082 805 5457
We will be doing an outreach day on Saturday 21 May, where we will be visiting and helping the less fortunate areas in our jurisdiction. Our target is to help 200 pets on the day. For this, we are asking for donations of: -Food bowls (old or new, big or small) -Collar and lead (old or new) -Old Blankets -Small packets of food Any donations will be greatly appreciated. These can be dropped off at our branch in Lincoln Road, General Alberts Park, Alberton. Please mark these for the outreach program. Alternatively, for large donations please call us on 011 907 1568 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. za for collections. Any companies able to assist us, please call Kingstone at the office. Thank you for your support!
Alberton Toastmasters - for better thinking, listening and speaking skills. Every first and third Thursday of the month. Alberton Retirement Village Hall, 45 Kritzinger Avenue, Florentia. 18:45 for 19:15 Contact: Ronnie Martin on 082 895 9616 or maruti.ronnie.martin@ gmail.com Xolane Cele on 083 265 5928 or email@example.com Joan Joubert on 082 895 9616 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 25 May, at 09:30 The Horticultural Society invites you to a talk by Mark Anderson on Bird Conservation, Successes and Challenges. The Floreum,
Johannesburg Botanic Gardens, Olifants Road, Emmarentia. Visitors R30, Members R20. Phone 082 951 1432.
Daar is nog ‘n paar kamers beskikbaar by Rotary Oord Badplaas vir die Mei wegbreek. Ons bus vertrek vanaf die Alberton Aftree Oord om 07:00 op 8 Mei en ons keer terug op 15 Mei. Jolige, jonk-van-gees groep. Sluit verblyf en drie etes per dag in. Gratis toegang tot alle geriewe by Forever Resorts
Badplaas. Daaglikse vervoer tussen Rotary en Forever Resorts. Verhitte swembad en borrelbad ook beskikbaar by Rotary Badplaas. Kom saam en ontspan in ‘n veilige omgewing meet pragtige natuurskoon. Kontak Kallie by 084 657 1611 of 011 869 1544, of Desiree op 084 553 5584.
YEARS OF Probus braai HEALING Chris qualified in 1998 as a Shiatsu Massage Therapist, with a passion to help people mentally physically, and emotionally. He started his official journey back in 2013 as he then realised his true passion is healing and nurturing people. Chris chose to focus predominantly on healing and working with men only, as his strength lies in his hands. His consultation sessions are uniquely combined in a way where your first appointment is indeed that - a consultation. During which he obtains background information from each client, as each client is unique in his own way. His main focus is to treat: back and neck problems, sport injuries and many more - using his combined years of experience in all different areas. His main focus is to His aim is treat: back and neck to grow, challenge problems, sport injuries and stimulate and many more - using the service his combined years level from of experience in all strength to different areas strength by offering clients good value for money with a personal and professional touch.
Probus members AGM Braai Wednesday 11 May. Meet 10:30 Reading Country Club parking area near the gate to travel together (parking at braai venue limited). Bring own drinks plus salad or pudding. Phone: Janice 084 755 5873 or Roy 072 041 3216.
DO YOU SUFFER FROM AN OLD OR RECENT SPORTS INJURY ? OR DO YOU PERHAPS SUFFER FROM ANY OF THE FOLLOWING; Back or Neck injuries /aches, Headaches/Migraines, Restless legs, Rotator cuff, Muscle spasms etc.
If so, then contact me for a consultation where emphasis is placed on not only treating the cause but also the symptom/s.
TO BOOK A CONSULTATION OR FOR MORE INFORMATION The Healing Hands Group
Mobile No: 084 767 2913 Email: email@example.com Bookings (Booksy App): http://prohealing.booksy.net Website: http://handshealing.wix.com/healinghands
GREAT DEAL! LUNCH
R125 * R190 PLUS BOTTOMLESS SODA/WINE
Eat All You Can
NEW! Traditional Sunday Carvery Lunch - ONLY R155pp Lunch served between 12h00 and 16h00 Dinner served between 18h00 and 22h00 Bookings: firstname.lastname@example.org or 011 928 1367. T’s and C’s apply. Alcohol not for sale to persons under the age of 18.
03 May 2016
Mum’s the word
MAKE MOM’S MORNING AND TEA TIME and lunch, while you’re at it...
breakfasts FIRST THING IN THE MORNING
Strawberry Crepes Mother’s Day market The Brackenhurst Methodist church’s Mother’s Day market will take place on 7 May 2016 at Pick ‘n Pay Bracken City from 08:00. Second hand goods will be on sale, as well as vetkoek and pancakes.
> 3 eggs > 1/2 cup milk > 1/2 cup water > 3 tablespoons butter, melted > 3/4 cup all-purpose flour > 1/2 teaspoon salt > 1 (8 ounce) package cream
cheese, softened > 1 1/4 cups sifted confectioners’ sugar > 1 tablespoon lemon juice > 1 teaspoon lemon zest > 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract > 1 cup heavy cream, whipped 4 cups sliced strawberriest
like no other Diana Louw - our mother is like no other. Thank you for all the last minute snacks, emergency sewing, random crochet/ knitting orders, mom’s taxi services and the million other things you do. We love and appreciate you, and all you do. Michelle and Jules
Place the eggs, milk, water, melted butter, flour, and salt in the pitcher of a blender; blend until smooth. Blend the cream cheese, confectioners’ sugar, lemon juice, lemon zest, and vanilla with an electric mixer until smooth. Gently fold in the whipped cream. Heat a lightly oiled griddle or non-stick skillet over medium heat. Pour or scoop the batter onto the griddle, using approximately 2 tablespoons for each crepe. Tip and rotate pan to spread batter as thinly as possible. Flip over when the batter is set and the edges are beginning to brown. Cook until the other side begins to brown. Stack finished crepes on a plate, cover with a damp towel and set aside. To serve, fill each crepe with 1/4 cup sliced strawberries and 1/3 cup of the cream cheese filling, roll up and top with a small dollop of the cream cheese filling and more sliced strawberries.
THE BEST LUNCH EVER Crustless
tea time RECIPES THAT ARE A PIECE OF CAKE Sour Cream
Rhubarb Coffee Cake Ingredients
> 2 cups sifted all-purpose flour > 1 teaspoon baking soda > 1 teaspoon baking powder > 1/2 cup butter > 1/2 cup brown sugar
> 1 tablespoon vegetable oil > 1 onion, chopped > 1 (10 ounce) package frozen chopped spinach, thawed and drained > 5 eggs, beaten
> 1 cup sour cream > 1 egg > 1 teaspoon vanilla extract > 2 cups chopped rhubarb > 1/2 cup white sugar > 1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon
Directions > 3 cups shredded Muenster cheese > 1/4 teaspoon salt > 1/8 teaspoon ground black pepper
Directions Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Lightly grease a 9 inch pie pan. Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high heat. Add onions and cook, stirring occasionally, until onions are soft. Stir in spinach and continue cooking until excess moisture has evaporated. In a large bowl, combine eggs, cheese, salt and pepper. Add spinach mixture and stir to blend. Scoop into prepared pie pan. Bake in preheated oven until eggs have set, about 30 minutes. Let cool for 10 minutes before serving.
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Grease a 9x13-inch baking dish. Whisk flour, baking soda, and baking powder in a bowl. Beat butter and brown sugar with an electric mixer in a separate large bowl until smooth, and stir in sour cream, egg, and vanilla extract, mixing well. Stir flour mixture into sour cream mixture just until incorporated; pour batter into prepared baking dish. Spread rhubarb over batter. Mix white sugar with cinnamon in a small bowl and sprinkle the cinnamon sugar over the rhubarb. Bake in the preheated oven until a toothpick inserted into the center of the cake comes out clean, 35 to 45 minutes.
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03 May 2016
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Colour me in and cut me out!
How will you make mom’s day?
Coconut and LIME SUGAR SCRUB Short of time and strapped for cash, but still want to give your mom something special this Mother’s Day? Here’s the answer! The gifts you made yourself are always the ones that your mom loves most. This Mother’s Day, you can pamper her with a delicious-smelling and skin-smoothing sugar scrub made with just three inexpensive ingredients. What you’ll need: 1 cup unrefined/raw/brown sugar 2 tablespoons coconut oil (if you can’t find this in the food section, try your PnP pharmacy) The juice of one or two seedless limes (4 tablespoons) A clean, empty jam jar with the label removed, or a Consol preserve jar (available at Pick n Pay) A small piece of pretty fabric A ribbon A piece of coloured paper A pen Some glue How to make it: Fill your jar about two-thirds with the sugar and add the coconut oil. (You may need to microwave the oil for a few seconds to make it liquid.) Squeeze in the lime juice. Stir
Handmade Ornaments 1.
well until all the sugar, oil and juice are mixed. Almost fill the jar with sugar and stir again. Put on the lid. Cut a piece of the fabric into a square large enough to cover the lid and tie in place with the ribbon. Create a label in your curliest writing (and perhaps a nice message for mom) and stick it onto the jar. Good ideas: Since it’s so cheap and easy to make, why not tell your mom it’s a magic pot of sugar scrub – whenever she finishes it, she can simply give it to you and you’ll return it full again. For a variation on this (and if you can’t find limes or coconut oil) try a lemon and olive scrub, using 2 tablespoons of olive oil and 4 tablespoons of lemon juice.
The first thing to do is to mix up your salt dough. I have a recipe that I love and always use. You can find that recipe if you click through here. This recipe hasn’t failed me yet. The kids were able to mix up all the ingredients and roll it out. I love having this Wilton Fondant 9 Inch Rolling Pin because it has guides on the ends that help you roll your dough or fondant to an equal depth. It makes rolling things out evenly for kids (and adults) very easy.
Info from: www.picknpay.co.za
RASPBERRY JAM DOUGHNUTS
cup milk, just above body temperature (105 F) 2 ¼ tsp (1 pkg) instant dry yeast cup sugar 3 eggs at room temperature 3 ½ cup all-purpose flour
DIRECTIONS 1. Add the milk, yeast, sugar and eggs to a bowl and blend slightly. Add the flour, salt and nutmeg and blend by hand or in a mixer fitted with the hook attachment. Immediately start adding the butter a bit at a time and continue to mix until the dough comes together. If using a mixer, continue to knead the dough until smooth and elastic, about 5 minutes and if mixing by hand, once the dough becomes to difficult to stir, turn it out onto a lightly floured surface and knead by hand until smooth and elastic. Place the dough into a lightly oiled bowl, cover the bowl with plastic wrap and let rise for at least 2 hours, or chill and let rise overnight. 2. Turn the risen dough out onto a lightly floured surface and roll it out to 1/2 –inch thickness. Use a doughnut cutter or 3-inch cookie cutter to cut out 12 doughnuts, re-rolling the dough if needed. Place the doughnuts onto a parchment-lined baking tray, cover the tray with plastic wrap and let the doughnuts rise for 45 minutes, if using room temperature dough or for an hour if using a cold dough. 3. Pour the oil into a tabletop deep fryer (following manu facturer’s instructions) or into a large, deep
1 tsp salt ¼ tsp ground nutmeg ½ cup unsalted butter at room temperature vegetable oil, for frying 1/2 cup sugar mixed with 1/4 tsp cinnamon, for coating ½ cup stirred raspberry jam
pot so that it is only filled about 3 inches. Heat the oil to 350 F (use a candy ther mometer if cooking doughnuts in a pot). Have a baking tray lined with paper towel, with a cooling rack placed over it. Place a doughnut onto a slotted spoon and lower gently into the oil. Fit in as many doughnuts as you can, but with enough room that they have at least an inch between them. Fry the doughnuts for about 4 minutes, then flip over the fry for another 4 minutes. Use your slotted spoon to remove the doughnuts onto the cooling rack to drain. While still warm, dip the doughnuts in the cinnamon sugar to coat, and then return to the rack to cool completely. 4. To fill the doughnuts, spoon the raspberry jam into a piping bag fitted with a doughnut tip (also known as an éclair tip) or a medium plain tip. Insert the tip into the doughnut and fill with about a 2 tsp of the jam. The doughnuts are best enjoyed the day they are made.
Once it is all rolled out, use a 2 inch flower cookie cutter. The Transfer the flowers to a baking sheet. To make the center of the flower, add beads. They are now ready to bake. Bake these at 250 for 2-3 hours. kids each made a few for themselves. Keep your eyes on them to make sure they don’t get too brown and that the beads are melting a bit before removing them from the oven.
Once the flowers are cut, they will use their fingers to press in each petal. We used a drinking straw to cut out the holes The final step is to paint them once they are fully cooked and cooled. Any craft paint would work so that the flowers would be able to be hung.
Contact Obie 083 388 1078
03 May 2016
GOLD Former Alberview Primary student, Britney Strumpher (15), participated in the SA National Olympic Trials held during April in Durban where she represented Northern Tigers Swimming (NTS). Britney was a student of Champs Swimming School for a period of 7 years. With the guidance of teacher Dee she learnt to swim and Former Alberview Primary perfect her strokes. student Britney Strumpher is She trained for a year taking the swimming world by storm. and a half with Theo
Verster (Aquaskill – St. Andrews Dragons). This enabled Britney to be accepted by TUKSSPORTS High School from Grade 8 in Pretoria where she trains at the High Performance Centre. Although she marginally missed out on Olympic Qualification she won two gold medals in 50m and 100m breaststroke in her multi-disability class S1 & S13. (50m Breast – Time: 37.29; 100m Breast: - Time: 1.25.82). Britney also won four Gold Medals at the SA Regional Level 2 Gala held at Ellis Park where she represented TUKS Swimming: 50m Breast – Time: 38.11 100m Breast: Time: 1.24.88 4x50m Medley Relay (Mixed) – Time: (37.17) Team Time: 2.03.25 4x50m Medley Relay (Girls U18) – Time: (37.77) Team Time: 2.14.33
Glenview OPEN DAY Glenview Primary School Open Day 21 May 2016 From: 10:00 to 12:00 11 Appelgrein Street, Brackenhurst, Alberton Contact 011 867 5976
ON T R E B AL OOL H C S HIGH D OVER CTE COLLE EASTER 2500 S. EGG
Alberton High School
Alberton High School collected over 2500 Easter eggs and handed them out at Othandweni Orphanage and old age home in Katlehong.
Randhart ATLETIEK REUSE Tydens die Nasionale Atletiekkampioenskappe wat in Port Elizabeth by die Nelson Mandela Baai stadion plaasgevind het, het daar sewe atlete van Laerskool Randhart deelgeneem. Hulle het as volg presteer: Salomé Nel behaal die uitsondelike prestasie om ‘n goue medalje te verower met die 70 m Hekkies vir dogters o/10. Haar aflosspan verower ook goud tydens die byeenkoms. Reece Claassen behaal ‘n derde plek vir seuns o/11 70 meter hekkies. Dian Mulder behaal ‘n Amoné Nel behaal ‘n sesde plek in vierde plek in die 800m en ‘n sesde die 75 m Hekkies vir dogters plek in die 1500m seuns o/13. Kyle o/13. Bernadette Wilson behaal Middleton behaal ‘n vierde plek vir ‘n sewende plek in die 1500m vir gewigstoot seuns o/11. dogters o/13. Deneke Snyman slaag
net-net nie daarin om in die finaal te hardloop vir dogters o/13 800m nie. Laerskool Randhart is super trots op hierdie atlete, wat die skool se naam hoog gehou het.
03 May 2016
Bracken boys shine Marais Viljoen top tennis Bracken High boys have been doing extremely well on the hockey field this year. A number of the senior and junior boys have progressed to round two of the Easterns provincial hockey trials. Well done and good luck with the next round of trials.
Marais Viljoen se junior tennisspan het ‘n algehele 4de plek in die Tuksreeks behaal nadat hulle Centurion en Klerksdorp Hoër geklop het, teen Menlopark verloor en gelykop gespeel het teen Hoërskool Centurion.
Senior Hockey boys. Back: N. Motaung, N. Ntlhane, M. Molopi, S. Morin, K. Khorai, B. Maupa. Front: B. Potgieter, T. Ndlovu, O. Pule, R. Mbobi. Junior Hockey boys. Back: T. Mahlatsi, K. Kganyago. Front: M. Nethengwe, L. Mokoaledi, D. Govender.
Voor: Xina Eksteen, Alexis Gomes, Anize Visser en Jenna Anthoney. Agter: Tatenda Mutetwa, Reygardt Hattingh. Mbali Langa, Johnny Ryan, Stefan du Plessis. Afwesig: Thabang Malatsi.
RISING SOCCER STARS AT THE SEEFF OLA SOCCER TOURNAMENT
With great weather and a massive turnout, the Seeff Ola Soccer Tournament was a success on Wednesday 27 April at Rietvlei Zoo Farm. Hosted at the Rietvlei Soccer Astro Fields,
the tournament saw boys aged between six and 16 play their hearts out. The young soccer champs showed some soccer skill and had fun.
Equipping young entrepreneurs
to soar to new heights With the right attitude, young schoolleavers and university graduates can say goodbye to the idea of working for a boss. Entrepreneurs can be successful at any age,” said local business guru JP Prinsloo, owner of stage and lighting company PriFactor. “With the right attitude, and a desire to succeed, no dream is too big.” Prinsloo gives four keys to ensuring you make it as an entrepreneur: 1. Enjoy what you do Do you know what Richard Branson, Bill Gates and other mega-rich businessmen have in common? They love what they do. Not only is it easier to enjoy what you’re doing when you’re working for yourself - it’s absolutely crucial. The minute you start finding the work a slog, you might as well kiss goodbye to your venture. 2. Work hard “Hard work never goes away,” said Prinsloo, who has built his events business from scratch. “It means spending days and nights building up your network of contacts, rubbing shoulders with the right people and establishing your brand.” 3. Never let people mess you around Being young and inexperienced can often mean you’re at the mercy of clients and contractors who are older than you and will
use their experience to their advantage. The key? Don’t let people routinely get their way. As soon as you stand your ground and start sticking up for what you believe in, you’ll build up a reputation of being firm and forthright. There’s nothing worse than being viewed as a pushover. Of course, if you’re in the wrong, have the decency to admit you’ve made a mistake and be the bigger person. Being a businessperson is about building relationship as much as anything, so be firm - but be fair. 4. Don’t be afraid to take risks Risk-taking is a big part of entrepreneurship. It means the idea of giving up a steady pay check and sacrificing your personal capital to make a success of your venture. It means taking a punt, and sometimes pushing yourself further than you ought to. It means building a brand with limited resources, and taking on clients you barely have time in the day to service. “I love the risk-taking aspect of it,” Prinsloo said. “It’s about gambling with what you have - but when you’ve got so much more to gain than to lose, what’s there not to love?” Prinsloo believes that as long as you learn from your mistakes, and remember to stay humble, risk-taking will help you get to the next level.
exercise can help
YOU QUIT SMOKING
03 May 2016
With April the month of health awareness, it’s yet another reason to try and kick that cigarette habit. Though smoking is on the decrease, there are still an estimated 7 million people in South Africa aged 18 or older who need their fix. Nicotine is a powerful drug that develops dependence in its users, and it’s ranked third on the list of the world’s most addictive substances, behind hard drugs like crack cocaine and heroin. Now a new wave of people are discovering the proven benefits of exercise in their quest to kick the habit. While smoking aids like e-cigarettes and nicotine gum end up prolonging the dependence on nicotine, exercise is a potent alternative to the craving, and helps develop a healthy mind and a healthy body. Here are five ways getting active can help you break the habit for good: 1. EXERCISE RELEASES ENDORPHINS Endorphins are a group of hormones secreted within the brain and nervous system that produce a “feel-good feeling”. As it turns out, endorphins are also a good way of suppressing the craving for a cigarette. “We see it all the time - when people get in the gym, they leave their vices at the door,” says Ivana Buchanan, group training specialist at Zone Fitness. When it comes to smoking, the endorphin rush of a good workout is an effective way of beating your craving. 2. EXERCISE GIVES YOU A LONG TERM GOAL TO STRIVE FOR Having something to work towards gives you a sense of purpose, and a set of
goals will give you a
long-term goal that will trump the need to smoke. The idea of working towards a goal over a period of time will also give you the focus you need to avoid slipping back into your old habits. And once you start seeing the healthy changes your body goes through, it’ll help motivate you to keep going too. 3. EXERCISE IMPROVES YOUR MENTAL WELLBEING “The nicotine addiction is physical, yes, but a great deal of it is mental too,” says Buchanan, who has seen first-hand the benefits clients reap from the emotional stability of exercise. Exercise can help you cultivate a healthy mindset and will focus your energy in living in the present and not seeking alternate satisfaction, Buchanan says. 4. EXERCISE CREATES A SUPPORT GROUP AROUND YOU The gym is ultimately a community, according to Buchanan. “Finding someone to exercise alongside is a great way of staying motivated.” And that means not only achieving your fitness goals, but also keeping on a cigarette-free path. A person at your side will empathise with your struggle. Plus, knowing you have someone who will be disappointed if you give in to the cravings is a huge motivator. 5. EXERCISE EASES BOREDOM Believe it or not, boredom is a potent reason for lighting up in the first place, but instead of reaching for a stray cigarette, concentrate on keeping active. If you’re bored at work or have an hour free, hit the gym, or concentrate on doing simple exercises at your desk. You’d be amazed what you’ll achieve performing leg raises while you’re seated behind your laptop. Resist the urge to indulge that cigarette break. Get up from your desk if you need to change of scenery and go for a brisk walk instead, or take an hour out of your day to stay active. You’ll wind up being more productive on the job in the long run.
CAR FINANCE: DO YOUR HOMEWORK FIRST
Traditionally, South Africans have leaned towards bank ﬁnancing when buying a vehicle but there are a more options which can be explored today, such as leasing. “Almost a third of consumers are leasing their vehicles in the US already but the concept is relatively new here,” said Les Mc Master, chairman of the Motor Industry Workshop Association (MIWA). “It has advantages for South Africans in light of rising interest rates, fuel hikes and a shaky Rand,” he said. He explained the main difference between a lease and an instalment agreement was that in a lease agreement the buyer would not own the vehicle at the end of the term, but could renegotiate the contract to take ownership for the residual value. Lease contracts were also for shorter terms. “Generally, buying a car, paying it off and then keeping it for many years, remains the least expensive way to go because despite the fact that vehicles depreciate over time, they do retain some value that you can apply towards buying another car,” he said. “If you lease a vehicle, you only drive it for a
ﬁxed period and your monthly payments go towards paying for the depreciation in the vehicle, not ownership. Lease agreements also come with restrictions on how many kilometres you can do during the lease period.” Mc Master encouraged prospective buyers to do their homework ﬁrst; research the options and always be aware of the ﬁne print. “Bank ﬁnance can be costly as a large chunk of the monthly instalment goes towards interest payments. Banks also want to know that you have a spotless credit history and that you can afford the monthly payments on a vehicle,” said Mc Master. “It’s a mistake to base your affordability on the repayment only. Research has shown that in the current market conditions, the actual monthly instalment of an entry-level vehicle accounts for less than 50 percent of the total cost of ownership.” He explained buyers must also budget for fuel, maintenance and insurance before deciding to go ahead with the purchase of a vehicle. “Another crucial consideration is deciding on a linked or ﬁxed interest rate: Once you’ve signed the contract, this can’t be changed.”
The top ﬁve Dos and Dont’s for prospective vehicle buyers Do... 1. Draw up a budget to establish affordability. 2. Leave enough spare cash in your budget to absorb rising costs, such as fuel and interest rates. 3. Take the time to read and understand your ﬁnance contract. 4. Contact the bank if you are in a situation where you cannot meet your ﬁnancial commitments. 5. Make sure you always have comprehensive insurance on your ﬁnanced vehicle.
Don’ts... 1. Overextend your budget. 2. Provide the bank with false information about your affordability. 3. Cancel insurance when you are in a ﬁnancial bind. 4. Rely on a large balloon payment to make your instalments more affordable. 5. Forget to include all costs in your mobility budget: petrol, insurance, and maintenance.
03 May 2016
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NEW SUV ERA
Set to be launched in South Africa towards the end of 2016, the new Volkswagen Tiguan is a great all-rounder with distinctive styling which redefines its class and confidently points the way to the future. Kicking off the comprehensive Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV) offensive by Volkswagen, the new Tiguan is the first Volkswagen SUV to be based on the modular transverse matrix (MQB). It sets new standards in design, comfort and functionality without compromising its off-road capabilities which have been enhanced with a rugged all-wheel drive system that includes premium class technology for use on and off the highway. The new Tiguan is fast becoming a fan favourite in the international media scene – in the latest comparative test conducted by the largest motoring magazine in Germany, Auto Motor und Sport, the new Tiguan was chosen as the best SUV in its segment against its direct competitors. Recently, Auto Bild Allrad, Europe’s largest magazine for off-road vehicles, announced the new Tiguan as the 2016 “All-wheel Car of the Year”. The new Tiguan also won the “2016 Design Trophy” in the SUV category from Auto Zeitung, German’s special interest magazine. The new Tiguan engine line-up and retail prices for the South African market will be announced closer to the launch date.
VISAREND APRIL RESULTS MINI WINNER: Jushua Wagner - 10 fish 4,74kg; 2nd Megan Viljoen ; 3rd Armand Wagner JUNIOR WINNER: Kaye Smit - 9 fish 12,8kg ; 2nd Bradley Botha; 3rd Izan Smit VETERANS WINNER: Bennie Bezuidenhout - 16 fish 30,4kg; 2nd Jan du Preez; 3rd Walter Dellebra
MSSA national team trials
The 2016 season has seen no less than 210 gamers qualify for the National Team Trials to be held on 4 June 2016. The majority of those who qualiﬁed reside in Gauteng. At this moment in time, it can thus be revealed that the Trials shall be held in Gauteng. MSSA is awaiting clubs to revert to MSSA as to their ability to host such Trials. However, MSSA is delighted in the increase in both standard and quantity of gamers. For the team events alone (CS: GO, DotA 2, and League of Legends) there are no less than 38 teams that made the grade. Those that qualify represent 6 out of the nation’s 9 provinces, proving that MSSA’s development programmes are bearing fruit. The expense and effort incurred by MSSA in hosting events in areas which others consider to be not worthwhile, is a vital part of creating a greater groundswell upon which eSports in South Africa will be able to build a bigger and better future. National Team Trials details: Hosting Club: TBD • Date: 4 June 2016 • Game Titles: CS:GO, DotA, FIFA, HearthStone, LOL, SC, TTT II • Entry Fees: Nil. Only those who have qualiﬁed may participate. • Entries: Clubs must use the entry form on Google Drive to enter their teams/players. • Computers: Will be provided. Please bring your own peripherals.
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Queens fundraiser Danzwrx Dance Studio will be having a show and competition at The Glen Shopping Centre on 28 May. It will take place at the Fountain Court side. Singer Rene’ Reichert will also be performing on the day. Competition details: Steelwings Midvaal invites you to Bikers to Business. In true brotherhood, let us support each other and grow our businesses. Come and promote your business and products to fellow bikers. Book your table now at R200 per table. When: 14 May 2016 Where: Klipriversberg Recreational Centre, Peggy Vera Street, Kiblerpark. Our Pub and Dinner will be open for refreshments and eats. Live entertainment and jumping castle available. Hein Jonker, Chief Instructor and past ABW Exhibition Rider will be providing a Rider Skill Demonstration, a Skill Workshop and a Xkulcha Xtreme Test. Contact: Laura Kunn on email@example.com
BATTLE OF THE AGES An all-styles dance-off. Dancers of all different dance styles and all ages will show off their skills and talent. Age groups: Tiny Tots (6 years and younger); 7-11 years; 12-16 years and 17 & over. Entry Fee: Tiny Tots - R50 per child All other age groups - R100 per person Time: 09:00 for entries and the competition will start at 11:00. Great prizes to be won. To enter send a WhatsApp to 081 856 4407 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. More details are available on Facebook: Urban Queens Dance Team Fundraising.
Defending champions Kaizer Chiefs were pipped to the post by Mamelodi Sundowns’ 3-1 victory during the Absa Premiership clash at Loftus Versfeld Stadium on Saturday 30 April.
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SA Derby, placing the Mike Azzie-trained Lammerskraal-bred gelding Turffontein Racecourse was roaring by Go Deputy in an elite group along with with excitement after new fan favourite two other horseracing heroes to win all three Abashiri landed legs of the Triple Crown, last achieved by the coveted SA Triple Crown on the phenomenal Louis the King in 2014 and Champions Day, Saturday 30 April. before that by Horse Chestnut in 1999. History was made after Abashiri Amidst the sea of black and orange won the third leg of the SA Abashiri supporters coupled Triple Crown, the Gr 1 with the chanting of “Go R2-million Abba Go”, it was neck-andneck during the closing stages of the 2450m race as Abashiri was strongly challenged by the Gavin Van Zyltrained Rocketball. With bated breath, the crowd watched on as Abashiri surged forward GO ABBA GO: Abashiri supporters were in full force on Champions Day past Rocketball
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onto the finish line, winning by the narrowest of margins. The Sean Tarry-trained Samurai Blade finished third. Surrounded by an elated racecourse, Abashiri and his owners Adriaan and Rika Van Vuuren along with Azzie were cheered on in the parade ring. “Words are hard to find, I want to thank every black-and-orange supporter,” said a stunned Adriaan. “The crowds support was mind blowing!” Rika added. Phumelela CEO Rian du Plessis then proceeded to hand over the R2-million bonus cheque to team Abashiri. Wowing the crowd again was the Sean Tarry-trained Legal Eagle’s victorious R4-million Premier’s Champions Challenge win – his third Gr 1 win of the season. Named Equus Horse Of The Year, Legal Eagle surpassed the Sean Tarry-trained French Navy; who came in second; and the Johan Janse Van Vuurentrained Brazuca; who won third place; in the 2000m race. Champions Day also played host to the popular Intercontinental Village – a colourful showcase of culture, tradition,
CHAMPION CHARITY: Racing It’s A Rush’s Jenna Potgieter with representatives from the Hong Ning Chinese Aged Home community and foods from around the globe. Phumelela donated a whopping R150 000 which was distributed to 13 deserving charities on the day. Legal Eagle and tame TIMES were partnered with the Hong Ning Chinese Aged Home, who graciously received a R45 000 cheque. Based in Belgravia, this is the only home of its kind in South Africa, catering for the unique needs, culture and environment of Chinese senior citizens in Johannesburg. Phumelela Racing Executive, Clyde Basel noted that they had not seen this kind of race day excitement in years.
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