Volume 07, 17 May 2016, Week 20
FIRST MISS AFRICA
CONTINENT CROWNED ENDS
27 MAY 2016
INSIDE Tribute to late local hero Allan Barker Fast food staﬀ robbery at MOTS CELEBRATING AFRICA: (From left) Miss Africa Continent 2016 First Princess Michelo Malambo (Zambia), Calisto’s Mall at Newmarket owner Angela Kazakou, Miss Africa Continent 2016 Rebecca Asamoah (Ghana) and Miss Africa Continent 2016 Second Princess Jemimah Kandemiiri (South Africa)
Man found hanging in Chrisville
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2016 REUVEN COMMITTEE
Letter by Caroline Ngoasheng, Reuven Senior Complex Social Group Chairperson In response to a letter to the editor, written by Mr L.D. van der Merwe, regarding the operations of the Reuven Senior Complex Committee, I wish to draw Mr van der Merwe’s attention to the following: Just a few months after Mr van der Merwe moved into Reuven, he approached us and asked to join the committee. We explained to him that the committee is no longer functioning because we are left with four members which is not enough to form a quorum. This is due to deaths and illnesses of members and some leaving on their own accord. All our efforts to find new members to resuscitate the committee were in vain. As a social club we serve as a channel through which the various organisations, societies, schools, churches, religious, cultural and social bodies wish to reach out to the elderly at Reuven. Our group, with the help of a few volunteers, prepare the communal hall, side-hall, and other facilities, such as the kitchen, for functions. We also let residents know about activities via the distribution of pamphlets, the notice board, by advertising in the media or by word of mouth. We assist with the cooking and preparation of food or niceties as well as distribute food and grocery parcels. The facilities need to be prepared and to be cleaned before and after the activities, which is an enormous task for old people. None of us get paid, we all do it
voluntarily, and no one has ever been asked to be paid for work done at the complex. Members of our group can be alerted at any time of the day or night to assist the sick and those who are dying. Members also help with funeral arrangements and memorial services in cases where there are no families. If need be, we make a collection for those that cannot afford such services. Acknowledgment, words of encouragement and appreciation from the residents are few, but criticism and derogatory remarks are too many to name. Despite the negativity we are blasted with, we will continue because we have pledged to serve our fellowmen with love and compassion. If Mr van der Merwe has any proof of the social group’s wrong doings, we advise him to go to the police to lay charges of theft, misconduct or wrongdoing. We are surprised that he never approached or challenged us with any of his unfounded accusations, but instead chose to covertly go direct to the media to “supposedly” expose us. We regrettably find Mr van der Merwe’s immature reaction not only childish but despicable.
Dear Caroline, I would advise that the committee addresses this matter directly with Mr van der Merwe.
Letter by Jessica Janse Van Rensburg When we were knee high we were told that sweets, chocolates, fizzy drinks and all things sugary is bad for us but did we take our parents serious? Well now is a good time. According to research, the impact of Sugar Sweetened Beverages (SSB) on the overall health of the South African population is believed to be worsening, contributing to rapidly increasing levels of diabetes, and with obesity levels growing among women to 39% and 11% among men. Director of Priority Cost Effective Lessons for System Strengthening (PRICELESS SA), Professor Karen Hofman highlighted that drinking one to two SSBs a day increases an adult’s likelihood of being overweight by 27% and by 55% in children. It also increases the risk of developing type II diabetes. She added that in the case of a 500ml SSB, there are probably 12 to 14 teaspoons of sugar while in a 2-litre SSB there are 50 teaspoons of sugar. With South Africa being among the 10 global consumers of sugary drinks, we possibly face a dire situation of growing deaths and disabilities in the next few years, including an overwhelmed health system with the poor set to be the most affected. The proposed SSB tax, due for implementation in 2017, could potentially be one of the effective measures to address this challenge. According to PRICELESS SA, a 20% tax on SSBs could reduce the number of obese people by almost a quarter of a million over the next three to five years. And now all this sweet talk has put Def Leppard’s Pour Some Sugar on Me in my head.
Dear Candace, I was looking through all of the newspaper articles that you wrote about me last year and I really can’t thank you enough for all of your support. The team at tame TIMES is of an impeccable standard and I look forward to reading your feel-good stories every week! I would not have been as successful in my Miss Earth South Africa endeavours had I not had you around to share the news. I am very grateful.
Dear Jessica, thank you for the kind words. At tame TIMES it’s all about spreading positive and newsworthy stories that benefit the community as a whole. Keep up the good green work that you are doing out there.
NEW PARK IN SUIDEROORD Letter by Jayne Mcauliffe
There is a new park in Suideroord which has been built for children in the area. However, more often than not once the sun goes down, cars drive right up to the park and play loud music, and sometimes firecrackers are let off. I have called the police many times regarding this. The problem is that it’s right in the middle of a huge open space, and by
the time anyone reaches them, the music is turned down and sometimes they drive off. There is no boundary fence so there is nothing to stop the cars driving right up to the park area. Also there are no lights whatsoever. What are adults doing in the park after dark? This is a residential area and there are houses surrounding the entire park. Apparently this was meant to be a skate park in the beginning, but not one resident was consulted or advised that a park would be built. As a park it’s very beautiful, with benches and walking paths all around it. However, even though there are dustbins at Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite least every 15 metres, litter (including Catholic Church in Mulbarton broken bottles) is still thrown all over would like to inform the the grass. It could be a very nice park community that there will be a – but this is becoming a gathering area ﬁreworks display at its church for teenagers making a noise.
festival on Sunday 22 May between 06:15pm and 06:45pm to mark the church’s 15th anniversary.
Dear Jayne, I have contacted Ward 54 Councillor Sergio dos Santos for comment.
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email@example.com Meet Rebecca Asamoah, a 24-year-old dental hygienist from Ghana who became the first ever Miss Africa Continent. The Miss Ghana 2015 second runner up became the first woman in history to be crowned Miss Africa Continent 2016 on Saturday 30 April at The Lyric Theatre, Gold Reef City. Asamoah beat 11 finalists drawn from an original list of 40 c o n te s ta n t s f r o m
across the African continent in the inaugural pageant. Asamoah was crowned ahead of Zambian contestant, Michelo Malambo and South African contestant, Jemimah Kandemiiri who placed second and third respectively. “It feels great. I’m very humbled,” says Asamoah on her Miss Africa Continent 2016 title. “The Miss Africa Continent pageant is a platform and a great opportunity for me to help my sisters from other countries so we can unite Africa and build the continent to the best of our abilities,” she adds. Reflecting on her crowning, Asamoah describes it as a “Steve Harvey moment”. Like American comedian Steve Harvey’s announcement of the incorrect winner of the 2015 Miss Universe pageant, Asamoah was initially crowned Second Princess. “Everyone was shocked and confused. I was called back and just returned gracefully to be crowned Miss Africa Continent 2016,” laughs Asamoah. “To me it doesn’t matter who receives the crown, because at the end of the day we are all going to work together to promote our countries, cultures and
the continent as a whole,” believes Asamoah. “Each and every contestant was unique and intelligent in their own way,” she adds. Asamoah’s dream is to start a project in South Africa to empower, educate and motivate the youth. Apart from education, the young beauty queen wishes to improve the health sector. In Ghana, Asamoah is the brand ambassador for the National Blood Service, and through this, she aims to educate people about donating blood. Thirdly, she would love to work hand in hand with various African wildlife conservation organisations to help save our environment. Asamoah returned to Ghana on Wednesday 11 May where she was warmly greeted and congratulated at the Kotoka International Airport by Ghanaian Deputy Minister of Tourism, Culture and Creative Arts, Dzifa Gomashie. Going forward, Asamoah’s ultimate goal is to bring the continent together. “Africa belongs to us – the onus does not lie on the individual; it’s a collective responsibility,” she says.
TOP AND LEFT: 24-year-old Ghanaian Rebecca Asamoah is Miss Africa Continent 2016 ABOVE: Calisto’s Mall at Newmarket owner Angela Kazakou with Miss Africa Continent 2016 First Princess Michelo Malambo (left), Miss Africa Continent 2016 Second Princess Jemimah Kandemiiri (middle) and Miss Africa Continent 2016 Rebecca Asamoah (right)
26 TO 29 MAY 2016
LIMITED SHOW SEASON SO DON’T MISS OUT!
17 May 2016
CONQUER CREW CALISTO’S FUNDRAISER
QUIZ FOR A GOOD CAUSE
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Put your thinking caps on and join Cause 4 Paws at its quiz evening fundraiser on Saturday 28 May at Tin Cup Driving Range at Rietvlei Zoo Farm. Starting at 06:30pm, the evening will feature music as well as a cash bar and food to order at the Tin Cup Restaurant and Bar. Arrive earlier and hit a few balls before the event starts. It will cost R30 per bucket and R10 will be donated to Cause 4 Paws for every bucket sold. Prizes will be up for grabs. Tickets cost R100 per person. There are only 200 seats available so book now.
The ConQuer Crew, a team of six- to 12-year-old dancers from ReeMicks Dance Studio, is hosting a fundraising event on Saturday 28 May at Calisto’s Portuguese Restaurant in Gillview.From
06:00pm till late, the evening includes a three course meal, entertainment, dancing, as well as an auction and raffle. Tickets cost R250 for adults and R180 for kids. The theme and dress
RUN THIS CITY The streets of Johannesburg will be bustling with excitement on Saturday 24 September on National Heritage Day when runners, walkers and fitness enthusiasts the inaugural FNB Joburg 10K
code is the 80’s.
Details: Calisto’s, 20 Gill Street, Gillview, 082 762 4768
Details: Tin Cup Driving Range, Rietvlei Zoo Farm, 101 Swartkoppies Road, catherine@ cause4paws.co.za, www.cause4paws.co.za
OUTER SPACE EXPERIENCE VENTURE
The race starts at FNB Bank City in Simmonds Street and finishes at Mary We’re giving away two compliFitzgerald Square. A mentary tickets to Gateway to Puma performance t-shirt Space: The Exhibition. Tell us on is included in your entry gather for our Facebook page what interests pack. CITYRUN. you the most about space and add The FNB Joburg 10K CITYRUN will celebrate Jozi’s rich Runners can also choose #SpaceSA. The person with the heritage by granting entrants the opportunity to explore to support the FNB Joburg best answer wins! 10K CITYRUN charities, the their City. Space enthusiasts prepare yourselves for a full on space In addition to a fast, flat route, a vibrant atmosphere, Johannesburg SPCA and the exploration experience with Gateway to Space: The Exhibition and exciting entertainment along the way, entrants can Johannesburg Heritage Foundation. – a first for South Africa. look forward to exploring iconic landmarks Assembled by the US Space & Rocket Center, an official NASA including the Nelson Mandela Bridge, Details: FNB Bank City, Simmonds Street, Visitor Center, and organised by YOU, Huisgenoot and Drum FNB Bank City, Constitution Hill, Mary Johannesburg CBD, 074 927 4838, entries@ magazines, Gateway to Space introduces audiences to the people, Fitzgerald Square, Wits University, the joburg10k.com, technologies and circumstances that paid passage for human Neighbourgoods Market and Ellis Park www.joburg10k.com dreams to enter the realities of suborbital flight, Moon missions and Stadium to mention a few. sustained life in space. After a successful exhibition in Europe, Gateway to Space: The TAKE NOTE OF TEKKIE TAX DAY Exhibition will be hosted at the Sandton Convention Centre from Wednesday 01 June to Sunday 31 July. friends and support the charity sector The annual Tekkie Tax Day is around Among highlights are a real moon rock, a life-size Mir space station of your choice. There are 11 national the corner so make sure you put your core module, a Sputnik-1 model and an Apollo capsule model. beneficiaries and they represent tekkies on and support this worthy Exhibition displays, including International Space Station elements more than 1 000 local non-profit cause. and future, extended duration missions for deep space, engage and organisations. Taking place on Friday 27 May, National excite space dreamers and enthusiasts. The first Tekkie Tax campaign Tekkie Tax Day is a fundraising campaign Visitors will also get to witness four original space suits, the took place in 2013 and a for a proud group of welfare organisations original Multi-Axis Trainer (MAT) based on a Mercury-era astronaut whopping R2,4-million was in South Africa. training scenario, a glimpse of a scale-model space toilet, the food raised. The final amount raised All you need to do is buy a sticker for astronauts eat in space and a model of the Orion capsule, which is in the 2015 campaign was R10 each or buy a pair of funky Tekkie designed for future missions to Mars. Shipped from Budapest in 20 shipping containers, Gateway to R6,5-million. Since its inception, Tag shoelaces for R35 a packet; which Space is the biggest exhibition yet to travel to South Africa. the campaign has raised R13,7includes a sticker; and wear it on the Tickets range from R120 up to R520. School packages, which million for more than 1000 NGOs all over day. You can go all out and wear several include a free ticket for one adult for every booking of 20 pupils, are the country. stickers along with your tekkies and Tekkie also available. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for more Stickers and Tekkie Tags will be available Tag shoelaces. information or to book. All tickets, excluding school packages, are from April at hundreds of welfare There are five different sticker categories available at Computicket. organisations, Toys R Us, Reggies, available representing a different Babies R Us and Clicks. beneficiary sector which includes Animals, Details: Sandton Convention Centre, 161 Bring Hope, Children, Disability, and Maude Street, Sandton, 021 406 4446/4573, Details: 012 663 8181, www.tekkietax. Education. You can get also involved as email@example.com, www. co.za an individual, a company, or a group of gatewaytospace.co.za
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17 May 2016 EUREKA!
LONG WALK WITH A DIFFERENCE The Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve Association will be holding its annual 20km Long Walk on Sunday 22 May. This year there will also be a 5km and a 10km walk. The various distances will be clearly marked and marshals will be stationed along all the routes. A number of escape routes will also be available to those who wish to walk shorter distances. Several water points will be available. Participants are advised to bring along sufficient water with them. Registration will take place between 08:00am and
09:00am at the Entrance Precinct. The cost will be R30 per person while children under the age of 12 can participate for free. Refreshments will be available at the end of the walk. Details: Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, Entrance Precinct, Peggy Vera Road, Kibler Park, contact Harry on 082 414 4469 or John on 084 804 4073, www. klipriviersberg.org.za
28 & 29 MAY
Angels Baby Sanctuary is hosting a fundraising Charity Dinner Dance on Saturday 28 May at the Glenvista Country Club. Kicking off at 06:30pm, the evening will be filled with great fun, food and entertainment – all for a good cause. The dinner and dance costs R450 per couple. The dress code is smart.
INTRODUCTORY SELF-DEFENCE COURSE Martial Centre will be running a self-defence course on Saturday 21 May from 02:00pm to 04:00pm. The course is aimed at teaching simple and effective techniques, increasing self-awareness and understanding the psychology of a criminal. Booking is essential as space is limited. Tickets cost R200 per person. Details: Martial Centre, 404 Devereaux Avenue, corner Kouga Street, Winchester Hills, contact Warren Chong on 079 889 8390, firstname.lastname@example.org
NO FLUFF JUST TALENT
HORTICULTURAL SOCIETY EVENTS On Wednesday 25 May at 09:30am, Mark Anderson will present a talk on bird conservation and its successes and VENTURE challenges at the Johannesburg Botanic Gardens. Members pay R20 and for visitors it will cost R30.
Details: The Floreum, Johannesburg Botanic Gardens, Olifants Road, Emmarentia, contact Rina Guthrie on 082 951 1432
Details: Rietvlei Zoo Farm, 101 Swartkoppies Road, contact Esme on 082 720 5509, info@ kidsatexpo.co.za, www.kidsatexpo.co.za
ANGELS ON THE DANCE FLOOR
Details: Calisto’s Portuguese Restaurant, Mall at Newmarket, corner Ring Road and Voortrekker Road, Alberton, 011 869 1416, www.paintnite.com
No Fluff Puppets Entertainment is hosting a talent show at the Alberton Methodist Church on 27 May at 07:00pm. Apart from the show, the evening will feature a jumping castle, food court and entertainment for young and old. Catch Disney’s Tinkerbell and Arial as well as BB8 from Star Wars and many more. All proceeds go towards the WAS Foundation, a charity organisation
An enthralling expo for kids will take place at Rietvlei Zoo Farm on Saturday 28 and Sunday 29 May. Kids at Expo is truly a unique experience where you can discover what is best for parents and kids alike. The expo will feature the latest educational products and services, food stalls, amazing show specials, exciting competitions, live entertainment and so much more. Got something to show off? Then book your stall now.
Put down your cell phone and pick up a paintbrush at the next Paint Nite VENTURE event taking place at Calisto’s Portuguese Restaurant in Alberton on Tuesday 31 May at 07:00pm. With the step-by-step guidance of professional artist Lorin Edgar, spend a fun evening with friends painting your own masterpieces while you enjoy a few glasses of wine and socialise with fellow paint enthusiasts. Paint Nite provides all your painting supplies including a canvas, acrylic paint, brushes, smock, music, and a good time. Tickets cost R550 which does not include food and drink. The event is for adults only.
Details: Calvary Christian College, 29 Vereeniging Service Road, off Constantia Road, Alan Manor, 081 756 8159, email@example.com, www.calvarylifestyle.co.za
KIDS AT EXPO
IT’S PAINT TIME!
Calvary Christian College is hosting the 4th Annual Interschool Eureka maths and technology competition on Saturday 28 May. Open to all schools, teams of three Grade 7 learners can enter the competition. The winning school will receive R5000. The teacher and the winning team members will receive R500 each. Previous winners include Kenton Primary School, Aloe Ridge Primary School, and Calvary Christian College. Entrance fee is R150 per learner.
that assists the poor as well as animals. Tickets are R40 for adults, R20 for children under 18, and under five-year-olds get in for free. Those who purchase tickets before the evening will be able to claim a free meet-and-greet and photo opportunity with one of the amazing characters who will be at the show. Tickets are available online at www.tinyurl.com. Details: Alberton Methodist Church, 17 Heidelberg Road, Newmarket Estates, Alberton, contact James Dunn on 073 160 7412, firstname.lastname@example.org
KLIPRIVIERSBERG NATURE RESERVE EVENTS Enjoy Jozi’s Jewel of the South with various walks in the beautiful Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve. On Wednesday 18 May, a mid-week walk will take place at 09:00am. On Saturday 21 May, a bird walk will be hosted at 07:30pm. Details: Klipriviersberg Nature Reserve, Entrance Precinct, Peggy Vera Road, Kibler Park, 084 804 4073, www. klipriviersberg.org.za
18 & 21 MAY
Details: Glenvista Country Club, Vorster Avenue, Glenvista, contact Anne Ebrahim on 011 434 4227 / 081 049 6228, www. angelsbaby.org
DANZWRX URBAN QUEEN FUNDRAISER Danzwrx Dance Studio will be having a show and competition at The Glen Shopping Centre on Saturday 28 May. Taking place at the Fountain Court, the competition will see dancers from various age groups battle it out on the floor in an all-styles dance-off. Dancer age groups range from tiny tots (six years and younger); seven to 11 years; 12 to 16 years; and 17 years and over. Tiny tots pay R50 per child while for all the other age groups it’s R100 per child. Entry submission will take place at 09:00am and the competition will start at 11:00am. Singer Rene' Reichert will also be performing and great prizes will be up for grabs on the day.
Details: The Glen Shopping Centre, corner Orpen and Letaba Street, Oakdene 081 856 4407, email@example.com
OUR LADY OF LEBANON FESTIVAL Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church invites the community to its 15th Annual Festival on Sunday 22 May. In the presence of Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Bechara Boutros Rai, the fun family festival will feature a 10:00am Holy Mass followed by food and entertainment for all. Adults pay R30 and children enter for free.
Details: Our Lady of Lebanon Maronite Catholic Church, 10 Blougom Crescent, Liefde en Vrede, Mulbarton, 011 432 5331 / 5312, www.catholicschool.co.za
MCF AGM The Mulbarton Community Forum (MCF) will be hosting their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 19 May at 07:00pm at St. Paul’s United Church in Mulbarton. All residents are welcome to attend, especially if you would like to join and get involved with the MCF. Details: St. Paul’s United Church, 10 Tehore Road, Mulbarton, 076 898 8011, www.mulbartoncf.co.za
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Gone too soon – late local hero Allan Barker honoured The community continues to mourn the untimely death of Mayfield Park Fire Station Commander, Allan Barker. After being ill in the Union Hospital for several months, Barker sadly passed away at the age of 38 on Monday 02 May. Active in the South and a local resident living in Meyersdal, Barker relentlessly served the community and was deemed a true local hero. “He never said no to anything and was always the first to be onboard when it came to local events and campaigns,” says Sarah Wissler, Glenvista and New South Residents Association founder. “He was a wonderful human being with a compassion for the community which he served well,” adds Wissler. A memorial service was held on Thursday 05 May at Florida Park Fire Station which was attended by all fire station commanders. Barker’s funeral service took place on Monday 09 May at the Alberton LewenSentrum Gemeente in Meyersdal, Alberton. He leaves behind his partner Suné de Wet and baby son Reandré. Members of the community send their deepest condolences to the family, friends and colleagues of this larger than life man.
Mondeor SAPS successes Mondeor SAPS reports that from Friday 01 to Saturday 11 May, a total of 60 arrests were made. The suspects were arrested by Mondeor SAPS for various offences including five for possession of dagga, 13 for driving under the influence, 12 for shoplifting, and 13 for the possession of suspected stolen property. The rest of the suspects were arrested for crimes varying from fraud, malicious damage to property, robbery with a firearm, trespassing, housebreaking and theft, attempted murder and assault common.
Domestic worker arrested for stealing clothing
IN LOVING MEMORY: Allan Barker with his partner Suné de Wet
A 25-year-old domestic worker was recently arrested by Mondeor SAPS for possession of suspected stolen property. “The suspect was spotted pushing a dustbin with clothes inside by an SOS security officer in Colworth Street, Mondeor. When the suspect was questioned she mentioned that she was moving,” said Mondeor SAPS Constable Elizabeth Mnguni. “The SOS security officer went to investigate in Cadogan Avenue, Mondeor and found that the suspect stole the clothing,” added Constable Mnguni. Among the stolen property there were about 20 pairs of shoes. The stolen property found in possession of the domestic worker is valued at approximately R40 000. “The suspect was detained by Mondeor SAPS. Mondeor SAPS would like to commend the SOS officer for his vigilance and dedication in assisting his community,” notes Constable Mnguni.
Fast food staff robbery at Mall of the South
ROCK THROWER ARRESTED (Photo: CPF) Three staff members from Steers and Debonairs at Mall of the South were robbed at 07:32pm on the evening of Thursday 05 May. Two suspects followed the staff to the storeroom in the back passage whereby they were robbed of R3000 cash that was carried by the staff members and two personal mobile phones. “A full investigation was done and contrary to incorrect information published on public forums, security and SAPS conducted a proper investigation to ensure the
safety of our shoppers and tenants before a statement was issued. We can confirm there was a firearm presented by one of the suspects,” says Waldo Marcus, Head of Marketing at Mall of the South. “Clear footage was obtained from the CCTV cameras of the suspects and the incident. All information will be handed to SAPS,” he adds. “Due to the sensitivity of the investigation more details cannot be disclosed at this time,” notes Marcus.
Man found hanging in Chrisville A body of a man was found hanging in Chrisville on Tuesday 26 April around 04:00pm by Booysens SAPS. “Members of Booysens SAPS were informed about the body that was found hanging in the open veld in front of the mine dumps in Side Street, Chrisville,” said Booysens SAPS Warrant Officer Lorraine van Emmerik. The person who was found is a coloured male between the ages of 20- and 30-yearsold. He was wearing a white t-shirt, brown pants and brown shoes. No other identification was found on him. Booysens SAPS Sergeant Elias Maimela was given the docket to investigate and he is appealing to the community for any assistance. If anyone knows the deceased, please contact him on 073 444 3973.
A suspect was arrested for throwing rocks on Lois Avenue in Gleneagles during the evening of Thursday 12 May. At 10:15pm on Thursday night, Mondeor SAPS Sector 1 CPF received reports of rocks placed across the road under the bridge on Lois Avenue near the traffic circle by The Glen Shopping Centre. Mondeor SAPS Sector 1 CPF patrollers on duty proceeded to the scene where they saw a white male throwing rocks at a vehicle and overturning dustbins. A female Bassonia resident hit one of the rocks lying in the road and burst her tyre. The suspect also threw rocks at her vehicle which damaged the body of her car. When the victim stopped her car, the suspect attempted to attack her with two bricks. Mondeor SAPS Sector 1 CPF patrollers then intervened and chased after the suspect. The suspect was arrested and charged at Mondeor SAPS Police Station with malicious injury to property. According to sources, the suspect is a drug addict and was high during the rock throwing incident. The suspect was also in possession of a small amount of dagga which was handed over to Mondeor SAPS.
SPCA BRINGS THE JOY
17 May 2016
TOP DOGS: JOY Dogs owner Sue Green (left) with helper Karla Janse van Rensburg Rawson Properties joined forces with the amazing JOY Dogs for a promotional event at Mall of the South on Saturday 23 April. Rawson Properties set up a stand showcasing their properties for rent and sale to the public and also held a lucky draw. “Everyone just adored the dogs. It was a
great two hours and everyone had to stop and say hello to these famous dogs,” says JOY Dogs owner Sue Green. Marist Brothers Linmeyer student Karla Janse van Rensburg also helped out with the JOY Dogs during the event as part of her school community service, notes Green.
ON THE UP WITH AFRICAN ACADEMY
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Boksburg resident Byron Ballotto shares draughtsperson. his personal success story in the bustling “I created and designed all kinds of South African mining industry, thanks equipment from ball mills, crushers, shafts, to draughting and design institution, couplings and gearboxes. I travelled overseas on various occasions for inspection African Academy. Ballotto started a basic draughting course of components that I had designed and at African Academy in April 2008 and drawn. I still do this to date,” he notes. completed it in March 2009. Thereafter he Ballotto now manages the drawing office at Harcliff Mining Services where he started was placed in a job in April 2009 as a employment. He also manages trainee draughtsperson with all manufacturing mining manufacturing projects alongside company Harcliff the company’s Mining Services. production “I had really good manager. knowledge “I am currently of the completing drawing my degree in programs Mechanical due to the Engineering course I but I still do studied the draughting at African and design A c a d e m y. work for both What I did new equipment and not know was TH E reverse engineering,” how a workshop LA DD says Ballotto. runs, manufacturing ER : Byron Ballotto “There is no doubt in my mind procedures and
everything that goes with running a successful business. This obviously comes with relevant work experience,” explains Ballotto. The first two years were not what one expects, admits Ballotto, adding that it takes a lot of hard work and perseverance. Whilst working, he became competent in 3D modelling programs and after four years he was promoted to senior design
that draughting as a trade is an irreplaceable qualification to attain and I am extremely grateful to African Academy. If it wasn’t for them, I would not have the lucrative career that I have now,” he adds.
The Johannesburg SPCA recently took in an owl that was not flying and placed it in a rehabilitation centre. JSPCA Chief Inspector Ronald Ramalata brought in the owl which was then examined by the vet. Extremely fond of wildlife and birds, Sr Jerusha gently handled the owl while the vet took a look at it. “Our veterinary team’s expertise and care is not only limited to the four-legged fur babies,” says JSPCA spokesperson Jolene Beyleveld. “Fortunately the owl was not injured and the reason he was not active was he was a little underweight. He has been taken to an owl rehabilitation centre for further care until he is well enough to be released,” explains Beyleveld. “Many people think these magnificent creatures are bad luck and superstitious beliefs result in cruelty cases. They are extremely important in maintaining a balanced ecosystem and we urge the public to respect all living creatures, no matter how big or small. They each serve a purpose in our interconnected and interdependent existence,” adds Beyleveld.
Cool Cats, Hot Dogs
GENTLE: JSPCA Sr Jerusha holding the owl with care
17 May 2016
LOCAL MODELS A STEP CLOSER TO NEW YORK
TOP MODELS: (From left) Nicole Bux, Naeema Isaacs, Kuthloano Mononyane, Angelique Bloem, Nidene Bronkhorst, Ashlynne Barlow, Andreia Yomaz, Stelio Sibiya, South Africa 2016 top eight finalist Schane Venter, Bianca Rhamalo, Nadia Momberg, Keone Rademeyer, Jasmin Bardenhorst, Leila Momberg and Tia Chetty
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On Saturday 07 May, Figures Models Glenvista hosted its International Model of the Year competition along with its showcase event at The Glen Shopping Centre. “The International Model of the Year show impressed not only the judges but also the visitors at The Glen,” says Figures Models Glenvista owner Natacha Thompson. “Former Figures Models Glenvista model and Miss South Africa 2016 top eight finalist Schane Venter said she was blown away by the level of talent from the models who entered the show,” adds Thompson. 15 finalists were chosen to represent Figures Models Glenvista at the finals which will be held on Saturday 04 June at the Roodepoort Theatre where the top model stands a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to New York and compete at the International Modeling and Talent Association Convention in the hopes of being scouted by an international modelling agency. “The day also played host to a showcase event themed ‘A Blast from the Past’ where all the Figures Models Glenvista students showcased outfits that blew the judges away. The students were judged on the outfits only and the winning outfits were out right winners,” notes Thompson. Thompson highlights that the main aim of the show is to build the students’ self confidence and self esteem through performing in front of a live audience. The input and effort from the parents is what makes these shows a success, she adds. Thompson would like to wish all her international finalists good luck and hopes the title comes home to Glenvista. She would also like to thank all her students, parents and The Glen Shopping Centre for all their support.
17 May 2016
LEEUWENHOF ACADEMY HOCKEY GIRLS WIN Leeuwenhof Academy’s Second Team of hockey girls won 2 – 0 against Curro Serengeti.
CALVARY CHRISTIAN COLLEGE’S CHESS MASTERS WIN Calvary Christian College High School played a chess match against West Ridge High on Thursday 05 May. The results of the match was 10 – 6 in favour of Calvary High School. Well done to Calvary Christian College’s chess players namely Leerin Perumel, Lyle Addison, Rivarne August, Tiffany Crowder, Nkosinathi Sikhonde, Tevye Ackerman, Zama Nkosi, Joshua van Wyk, Lesley Mabaso and Lungani Phungula for the excellent results.
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Wellness Wednesdays Registered homeopath Dr Bianca D. Goncalves is offering the community something special – ‘pay what you can’ homeopathic treatment on Wednesdays at the Centesimal Wellness Homeopathic Practice, situated at 99 Michelle Avenue in Randhart. “Wellness Wednesdays is an initiative I got from a very dear lecturer from the University of Johannesburg – it provides an opportunity for members of the community who need medical care but cannot afford it to seek advice on an ailment and they only pay what they can afford which often enough is between R100 and R200,” explains Dr Goncalves.
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COLLISION: Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton (behind) and Nico Rosberg refused to take blame for crash in Formula One Spanish Grand Prix in Barcelona Mercedes drivers Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg refused to apportion blame for their opening-lap collision at Barcelona on Sunday 15 May, but both offered differing views of what the stewards deemed was ultimately a racing incident. The pair were both eliminated from the Formula One Spanish Grand Prix race after colliding while battling for the lead on the run down to Turn 4 on the opening lap, with Hamilton losing control of his Mercedes after being squeezed onto the grass by team mate Rosberg. Both drivers were summoned to see the stewards, who decreed that neither driver should be penalised. And while both men apologised to the team, their opinions on the contact differed. “I was aware of the situation, I saw Lewis coming closer,” Rosberg explained, “so I went for the usual racing driver action of closing the door as early as I could. “I was making it clear I wasn’t leaving any space, so I was very surprised that he went for the gap anyway. “The stewards decided it was a race incident, so we will accept that – we will leave it at that. “It was my race and our [Mercedes’] race to win – I was here to win, that’s what I was looking forward to and what I was really
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