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Child abuse did not hold her back By Garin Joemath Research on www.savethechildren. org.za shows that violence against children exists in every country in the world, cutting across culture, class, education, income and ethnic origin. South Africa is no exception. According to the site, violence against children can have lifelong adverse health, social and economic consequences for survivors, including behavioral problems and risky sexual behaviors; mental and physical health conditions; increased risk of delinquency, criminal and violent behaviors; disability from physical injury; reduced health-related quality of life; lowered levels of educational achievement and impaired capacity in adults to generate income. Albertsdal resident, Lucinda Pietersen came to visit tame TIMES last week to speak about an abusive experience she
had had as a child and how she did not allow that to hinder her from being crowned Mrs. Africa 2018. She is now set to compete in the Mrs. Globe 2018 pageant. The 32-year-old inspiring life and business coach was crowned the Mrs. Africa 2018 pageant winner and Mrs. Africa Globe 2018 finalist on 4 November 2017, ahead of the international Mrs. Globe pageant this year– the world’s most prestigious pageant for married women. Recently in tame TIMES, Lucinda said that she had had a difficult childhood but that she had not allowed this to define her and dictate who she was and who she would become. She makes it her objective to dream big and to reach her dreams.
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19 June 2018
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tame TIMES would like to extend a huge thank you to BEE Logistics and Freight’s Mr Mayen Sookoo for a huge donation of 5000 packs of biscuits which he requested be distributed in the Alberton community and surrounding areas last week. Our team at tame TIMES went to various charities to give the biscuits to those in need of a little love and the charities and churches received the biscuits with great gratitude. In municipal news, tame TIMES learned that the City of Ekurhuleni provides electricity in areas where it has been licenced by the National Energy Regulator of South Africa to do so. There are other selected areas in Ekurhuleni were Eskom has a licence to provide electricity. The City’s electricity tariffs are applicable to those areas where the city is licensed to supply electricity. The tariffs are categorized to fit different circumstances of residents and businesses, such as residents in standalone stands, complexes and flats. The most prevalent tariff for residents is Inclined Block Rate Tariff (Tariff A IBT). It is with great sadness that a young female was found dead lying in the veld in Bloutulp Street opposite the Alberton Dam. Members of the Alberton SAPS responded to the scene of crime and on their arrival witnessed the deceased’s body. Get some more information on the story by going to page 6.
Dancing their way to Arizona The costs are high, but so are their spirits, enthusiasm and belief. They will need all the help they can get, due to high travelling and accommodation costs. Any assistance the team can get in the form of donations or sponsorships will help these dancers make their dreams become a reality. Contact Wesley Grainger on 082 762 4768 if you wish to assist these dedicated and passionate dancers. They are extremely honoured and excited to do SA and the South of Johannesburg proud at this prestigious event.
On 5 August 2018, The CHX hip hop dance crew will be jetting off to Phoenix, Arizona to compete in the Hip Hop International (HHI) World Dance Championships. Six proud dancers from Alberton, coached by Wesley Grainger, competed in the HHI South African Dance Championships and made it through to the finals after a number of rounds where they qualified. Hip Hop International World Championship is the world’s largest and most respected street hip hop
dance event. Over 3 000 of the world’s best dancers will descend on Phoenix where dance crews from over 50 nations will go head to head to capture the world title. In Phoenix they will have the opportunity not only to compete against the world’s finest, but also to attend dance workshops hosted by world renowned dancers and choreographers like Sorah Yang, Scott Forsyth, Melvin TimTim, Popin Pete, Request Crew and of course the famous Mat Steffanina.
Alberton SPCA receives special visit On Friday afternoon, 8 June, finalists of Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa visited the Alberton SPCA to promote recycling awareness. As part of a community project, Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa pageant has collaborated with Mpact, a leading paper recycler, to support fund-raising initiatives and increase recycling volumes. tame TIMES understands that the mission for the community project is to generate 10 tonnes of recycling per community for the community to benefit financially; as Mpact Recycling pays the community for their recycling. The 4 semi-finalists organized the recycling goods at the Alberton SPCA and generated 8 tonnes of paper. The funds generated from the recycling will go to the Alberton SPCA which is their chosen charity. tame TIMES would like to encourage the community to get involved and support our semi-finalists in this pageant.
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laat slaap. Net daar besluit hy
dat my asem skoon wegslaan.
nie dan ys my arme
dat hy nie kan slaap sonder
Toe skuif Gysie hom na sy
die witlawaai nie. Hy kry
bedkassie toe, maar selfs van
Daarby het ek my
goed op die selfoon wat soos
daar af waai die yswind oor
waterstrome of die see of
ons asof ons buite in ‘n storm
die wind klink, met aaklige
slaap. Na ‘n hewige argument,
pypmusiek in die agtergrond.
waartydens ek selfs gedreig
ou sweetpak wat my
Maar dit het nie gewerk nie.
het om in die spaarkamer in
laaste laag klere is.
Kry toe ‘n ander “app” wat
te trek, word die waaier toe
So sukkel ek maar
alles van ‘n tikmasjien tot
nou omgedraai, en waai nou
deur die winter.
Sjoe maar dis ‘n koue winter
konstruksielawaai op het. Dit
grond toe. Op die manier het
Wel ten minste
Gysie natuurlik is heeltemal
het natuurlik ook nie gewerk
hy sy “whitenoise “ en ek kan
‘n koue winter vir my. Gysie
te dikvellig om koud te kry.
nie. En dis toe die waaiertjie sy
slaap nogsteeds met sy kort
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opwagting maak. ‘n Klein wit
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slaapbroek en sonder hemp,
hy nou die mini wit waaier
waaiertjie wat kan vasklou
lees nie, jy het meeste van die
ek kry sommer ekstra koud
gekry. Julle sien, so ruk terug
aan kaste of bedkassies of
tyd dit nie nodig nie.
vir sy part. Veral my voete.
lees hy ‘n artikel oor “white
watookal. Die eerste aand sit
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noise” en “ambient sounds”.
hy die ellendige waaier aan
kan ek vergeet van slaap, en
Blykbaar veronderstel om jou
reg bo ons koppe. ‘n Yswind
as ek nie voor 16:00 reeds my
rustiger te maak en dieper te
uit antarktika tref my kop
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Child abuse did not hold her back
Making a difference in the community
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During the interview last week Lucinda openly revealed the truth behind abuse she endured as a child. “As a result of the experience, I battled to trust people and experienced great fear and shame. For many years I had to carry the scars and the pain but I just decided to move on”, said Lucinda. She said that later in her teenage years, she had been involved in unstable relationships, and indulged in alcohol and drug abuse, and sexual activities. “ I was never addicted to drugs but I turned to men and became involved with many as a means to feel accepted and loved,” she said. She explained that this only left her in more pain and feeling dirty and violated. She said later, she became involved in an emotionally abusive relationship in which her life became a ‘living hell’. She eventually made the lifechanging decision to walk away from the toxic relationship. “I can honestly say that it is through the
grace of God that I have been saved,” she said. “Today I am happily married to an amazing man and have two healthy children.” She said that speaking into the lives of abused children and women did not only give them hope but also gave her hope. “My aim is to use this pageant platform to try and inspire change in others’ lives through using my story as a message of hope to broken people, encouraging them to strive to reach success,” said Lucinda. She added that she wanted to be a voice for the voiceless and a hope for the hopeless. “To speak life into broken people’s lives is invaluable. Once upon a time I was broken but through the grace of God I have been restored am now a success,” Lucinda. When Lucinda was asked for words of encouragement for women out there to keep on going on through the challenges in their personal lives, she
had this to say: “My message to broken women out there is that I want each of them to have a crown. No matter what you are going through or came out of, keep on going on and look at the crown as hope that you will rise up.”
On behalf of tame TIMES we would like to say a huge thank you to BEE Logistics and Freight’s Mr Mayen Sookoo for a huge donation of 5000 packs of biscuits which he requested be distributed in the community. Our team at tame TIMES went to various charities to give the biscuits to those in need of a little love: Nkosi House,TLC, Amazing Grace, Joshua House, Door of Hope ,Hamlet Place of Hope, Amcare and Rhema South Family Church. tame TIMES also stopped by the Metro Ministries Africa in Rispark. Pastors Desmond and Jenny Naidoo are the founders and Pastors of Metro Ministries Africa. tame TIMES learned that they are committed and dedicated to improving our country by investing in people of need.Keep up the good work and tame TIMES in collaboration with Mayen Sookoo from BEE Logistics and Freight hope that our biscuits contribution will brighten a child’s day. The charities and churches received the biscuits with great gratitude.
Ekurhuleni’s landﬁll sites set example The civil rights organisation AfriForum audited the landfill sites in the East Rand in May 2018 as part of their national project to measure the quality of landfill sites in South Africa. This audit forms part of an annual national campaign during which landfill sites in towns with established AfriForum branches are measured at the hand of 32 questions. Landfill sites must obtain 80% to comply with the set standards and all the landfill sites in the East Rand have accomplished this. According to applicable legislation and regulations, among others the National Environmental Management Act: Waste, 2008 (Act No. 59 of 2008), a landfill site must comply with applicable requirements. This includes factors such as access control, illegal dumping, fire regulations, fencing and rehabilitation. In 2017 AfriForum audited approximately 120 landfill sites in areas with established AfriForum branches. These results will be compiled in a report and submitted to
the Department of Environmental Affairs. “We are grateful for the Department’s cooperation and that the provincial waste management officers made their audits available to us,” says Chris Boshoff, AfriForum’s Coordinator for Environmental Affairs. “The large landfill sites are managed exceptionally, and we are delighted to see at what high standards these sites are maintained. We will now shift our focus and place it on the management of the smaller sites and transfer stations in the East Rand,” says Marie Naude, AfriForum’s District Coordinator for Gauteng South. After the conclusion of this project AfriForum, in conjunction with a wasteto-energy company, will announce an alternative plan for landfill sites in South Africa. Similar projects are extremely successful in other countries. AfriForum will continually monitor the process to ensure that landfill sites that fall short are brought up.
“We are grateful for the Department’s cooperation and that the provincial waste management officers made their audits available to us,”
Here are the landfill sites compared: Town Landfill site Result Alberton Platkop landfill site - 97% Boksburg Rooikraal landfill site - 97% Brakpan / Benoni Weltevreden landfill site - 97% Germiston Simmer and Jack landfill site - 100% Springs Rietfontein landfill site - 86%
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19 June 2018
Leerders maak Hoërskool Dinamika trots Hoërskool Dinamika het vier leerders wat vir die Oos-Gauteng Hokkiespanne verkies is. Hoërskool Dinamika wens die volgende leerders geluk: Kayla vd Walt, Sianne Mileham, Michaela Oelofse en Sharonice Rooskrans.
O/16A Michaela Oelofse
O/14A Kayla vd Walt
Dancers return with excellent results
Waterstone College’s dancers returned earlier this month from the DanceStar World Dance competition in Croatia with some amazing results. tame TIMES understand that out of the 26 dance members that qualified, 12 were placed in the top three positions with four placing in first places.
O/14B Sianne Mileham
O/18A Sharonice Rooskrans
Glenvista tennis club On Saturday morning I had the privilege of meeting with all these lovely students as they prepare for tennis matches at their schools. Carol who is a dedicated tennis coach trains these children
to do their best at their matches. Tennis Classes are conducted on weekday afternoons and Saturday mornings. For further information, contact Carol 083 289 8290 – email cdwhite@yebo.
Interskole musiekaand 2018 Ons jaarlikse Interskole Musiekaand het op Dinsdag 12 Junie by Jan Celliers plaas gevind. Kingsmead, Trinity House, Laerskool Jan Celliers en Hillbrow Community Music Centre het hierdie jaar deel gevorm van hierdie geleentheid. Verskeie ensembles van die onderskeie skole het deelgeneem en afgesluit met ’n massa item. Voorwaar ’n pragtige geleentheid gewees. All toegangsgelde wat ingesamel is, word geskenk aan die Hillbrow Community Music Centre vir verdere uitbou van die fasiliteite om sodoende meer leerlinge
daardie geleentheid te gee om ’n musiekinstrument te beoefen. Die Hillbrow Music Centre is in 1998 gestig as deel van die kunsen kultuur program in reaksie op die oorweldigende behoefte aan buitemuurse aktiwiteite na skool en oor naweke vir kinders en jeugdiges in hierdie omgewing. Vanweë die beperkte geleenthede vir musiekopvoeding in Hillbrow en die oorblywende middestad en ondanks die groot poel talent en entoesiastiese deelnemers in die omgewing, bied die HMC hoofsaaklik
toegang tot musiekopvoeding as ‘n alternatiewe naskoolse aktiwiteit vir kinders en jeugdiges in Hillbrow en die omliggende middestad. Die projek beoog om kinders en jeugdiges van die strate te hou en hulle te voorsien van aktiwiteite wat hul holistiese ontwikkeling ondersteun. Ondervinding het getoon dat die aanleer van ‘n musiekinstrument en musikale waardering ’n reuse impak op ‘n kind se persoonlike en sosioekonomiese ontwikkeling het. Hierdie inisiatief in samewerking met Laerskool Jan Celliers, onder leiding
van die skool se departementshoof vir Musiek, mev. Lientjie Reitz het hierdie jaar sy 19de jaar gevier. Ons voel geëerd, as ‘n skool, om deel te vorm van so ‘n waardige geleentheid. Indien u betrokke wil raak of die organisasie ondersteun deur donasies, kontak gerus vir Gerard Bester (Programbestuurder - Uitvoerende Kunste Departement) info@ outreachfoundation.co.za, of besoek hul webwerf of Facebook blad vir meer inligting www.outreachfoundation. co.za ; www.facebook.com/ HillbrowMusicCentre/ .
19 June 2018
Former student makes waves in the culinary
Former Alberton High Student, now completing her second year City & Guilds Diploma in Hospitality at Ekurhuleni West TVET College at Germiston Campus, Melanie De Lange competed in the local heat INVITES YOU TO COME VISIT OUR SCHOOL! of the Worldskills AGES 12 MONTHS - 4 YEARS OLD ENROLLMENTS ARE NOW OPEN competition. FOR 2018 AND 2019 She competed PLEASE CONTACT TRACY 083 650 7775 EMAIL US ON against 21 other EWC email@example.com APPLEGREIN STREET, contestants in the BRACKENHURST, JHB. 2 day competition. During the first day
they had to do a skills basket which consisted of vegetable cuts, deboning a chicken and fabricating seafood. She qualified under the top 10 and progressed to Day 2. On Day 2 they had to cook a 3 course meal according to specific criteria, compulsory ingredients as well as mystery ingredients. Melanie came out victorious and won the local heat competition and is now going to represent EWC in the regional competition later this year. Congratulations; The Blues family is proud!
Stella Renwick in Central Gauteng Acrobatics Congratulations to Stella Renwick a pupil in Grade 6 at the Assumption Covenant College in Germiston. Stella competed in the Central Gauteng Acrobatics and placed 3rd, awarding her Central Gauteng colours. She then went to inter-provincials and came 3rd again, thus qualifying for the South African Nationals. She competed in the Nationals and made the top 15.
The Blues to represent Southerns
Congratulations to 11 badminton players from Alberton High School who have been selected to represent the U19 Southern Gauteng Badminton team. The team will play in the upcoming GLENVISTA REGENTS PARK junior national tournament in Pretoria over the winter school holidays. EXTRA LESSONS. GR It is also of significance that the 11 * Maths players make up the team of 14 - this * English (Reading/Comprehension) is a truly notable achievement for the * Afrikaans learners and the school. * Physics tame TIMES wishes the following * Accounting players all the best: Daniel Makoro, INDIVIDUALISED TUITION BY Christi Moodley, Carmen Nepgen, QUALIFIED EDUCATORS Daniel Alexandre, Dylan King, FREE ASSESSMENT Dominique McLeod, Amber Taylor, tame times quarter page 12-Jun-18 10:26 AM Page 1 Bonolo Tshabalala, James Correia, 011 436 2159 | 084 585 4459 Keyin Kroukamp and Leighland Loretz.
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19 June 2018
Why did Henri van Breda do it?
“Using an axe to kill is very violent and it begs the question:
what made him so angry?”
The University of Cape Town senior lecturer, Kelly Phelps in the department of public law has been following the trial of the axe murderer with interest. But what remains a mystery to her has been the inability of the state and defence to prove Van Breda’s motive. Why did he try to wipe out his entire family and attempt to kill his sister, Marli, on that fateful Wednesday of January 27, 2015 – the day Martin van Breda, wife Teresa and son Rudi were found axed to death? Judge Siraj Desai sentenced Van Breda to three life terms, 15 years’ imprisonment for attempted murder and 12 months’ imprisonment for obstructing the course of justice. The sentences will run concurrently. He was also declared unfit to possess
a firearm. Throughout the trial, Henri has maintained his innocence and the judge has emphasised that there has been no evidence of motive – “something which has left me numb,” said Phelps. With suggested motives having ranged from money to drugs “these have merely remained rumours and speculation”. Phelps said it was highly unlikely that “if you plan the demise of your family for financial gain, you use an axe to kill them. “It is unlikely that you can plan killing them in such a brutal and grotesque manner and put yourself at the centre of the murder,” said Phelps, who has followed several South African family killings in the past. “It has been very hard to read Henri’s
Female fatally stabbed near Alberton Dam “Her boyfriend came to the scene to witness” By: Garin Joemath On Tuesday, 5 June, members of the Alberton SAPS were informed that a body of a young female was found lying in the veld in Bloutulp Street opposite the Alberton Dam. Spokesperson for Alberton SAPS, Captain Manare Ramotshela reported that members of the Alberton SAPS responded to the scene of crime and on their arrival witnessed the deceased’s body. The National Paramedical Services declared the young female dead on the scene.
“During inspection the victim had stab wounds on the upper body and was taken to the mortuary in Germiston”, said Ramotshela. It was discovered that she had a boyfriend not far from the scene. “Her boyfriend came to the scene to witness,” added Ramotshela. The management of Alberton SAPS is urging anybody who may have any information regarding this matter to come forward to the police or to phone Captain Manare Ramotshela on 079695-1318.
demeanour in this trial as there were times he was sedated, sometimes nervous and uneasy. “Failure to establish the motive has proven to be the weakest case for the state. We should remember no one else was present at the time except Henri. Perhaps his sister, Marli, will speak one day.” Phelps found it hard to understand how a young man in his 20s, brought up so well in such a nuclear family could commit such a heinous act. “There has been no evidence of psychopathy or antisocial behaviour,” said Phelps. “No person can find it so easy to sleep at night after axing to death your maternal parents and brother. This has been one of the most brutal cases I have seen – the killing of your most intimate family in this
fashion.” Le Roux said: “There are very tough questions to be asked and there is not one answer because this is an extreme case. First, it would be important to establish the history with his parents, brother and sister. “Also establishing a history of aggressiveness towards other people would be vital. “Has he had difficulty in relationships with other people? Is there history of coming into conflict with the law? Was there substance or alcohol abuse? “Understanding past history from childhood would also be important. Did he ever abuse animals? Is there a personality dynamic that made him behave in this manner? Using an axe to kill is very violent and it begs the question: what made him so angry?”
A 21-year-old arrested for statutory rape Primrose SAPS recently arrested a 21-year-old resident from Makause informal settlement on a charge of statutory rape. The man was arrested after the mother of a 13-year-old girl opened a case against him at the Primrose Police Station. “The woman alleged that she was at home when she noticed that her daughter was not home,” explained communications officer for the Primrose police, Sgt Styles Maome “At around 7pm she decided to go looking for her, but could not find her.” The girl later returned home and her mother began peppering her with
questions on her whereabouts. When she refused to answer any of her mother’s questions her mother took her to one of the community elders to determine if she was sexually active. “It was there that she admitted to her mother that she had been at the accused’s house and that he had penetrated her,” said Maome. The incident was reported to the police as the girl is a minor. The accused was arrested and detained at the Primrose Police Station pending his appearance in the Germiston Magistrate’s Court. His case has since been postponed for a bail application.
19 June 2018
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Banyana Banyana cruise to victory On Sunday, 10 June 2018 Sasolsponsored Banyana Banyana qualified for the CAF Women Nations Cup finals scheduled to be played in Ghana in November this year after walloping hapless Lesotho 6-0 at Dr Petrus Molemela stadium in Bloemfontein on Sunday 0 for a 7-0 aggregate victory. The pride of the nation’s goals came from a double each by Jermaine Seoposenwe and Chantelle Esau with a goal each from Hilda Magaia and Leandra Smeda. True to coach Desiree Ellis’ prediction, the girls were full value of their emphatic win as they ran riot in front of a good crowd. The win keeps Ellis and her charges on track to reach the Women FIFA World Cup in France next year. Leading 1-0 from the first leg, Banyana Banyana were out of the blocks early & Chantelle Esau could have doubled that advantage but put her effort wide. But moments later Jermaine Seoposenwe doubled the hosts advantage when she outsprinted the Lesotho defence and buried a good angled shot. That was the goal Banyana Banyana needed and 2 minutes later made it a 3-0 aggregate advantage when Chantelle made no mistake from inside the box.
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Thereafter, it was one-way traffic as Desiree Ellis charges threatened to run riot. Kgaelebane Mohlakoane had a good game on the right flank and twice came close to scoring in the opening 15 minutes. With Lesotho looking shell-shocked, the hosts played with conviction and flamboyance which has become the hallmark of their performances under Ellis. Leandra Smeda then came face to face with Lesotho keeper but her effort was well saved in the 28th minute. Easu missed another golden opportunity when she sent her effort wide in the 35th minute as the rare heat at this time
of the year started to take its toll. Soon after half time, captain Refiloe Jane miscued her shot when she was put clear. Essau made it 3-0 on the day with a good finish moments after the restart. Seoposenwe also completed her brace when she made no mistake from just inside the box in the 59th minute to make it 4-0 on the day and 5-0 on aggregate. Hilda Magaia made it 5-0 in the 77th minute as Banyana Banyana kept their foot on the pedal. Leandra Smeda completed the romp and made it 6-0 with a simple header following a pass from Seoposenwe on the 82nd minute.
Hoërskool Marais Viljoen se sport nuus
Die wyse manne sê altyd een swaeltjie maak nie ‘n somer nie, in rugbytaal sou dit seker wees een rugbyspan maak nie van ‘n skool ‘n rugby krag in die dorp nie. Die wyse manne weet ook, bestendigheid is die antwoord eerder as een of twee uitskieters. ‘n Skoolseun se hoërskool “rugbyloopbaan” loop oor 5 jaar. Die wyse manne weet ook dat as jy jou as ‘n rugbykrag wil voorhou jou “krag” oor die vyf jaar versprei moet word. Anders is die gevaar altyd dat jy as ‘n uitskieter gesien kan word, of soos hulle in die musiekbedryf daarna verwys, ‘n “one hit wonder.” Die Hoërskool Marais Viljoen het vanjaar
12 seuns opgelewer wat vir spanne van die Golden Lions rugbyfranchise gekies is, van alle ouderdomsgroepe (wat Craven week spanne het). Daar moet ook onthou word dat Marais Viljoen in Afdeling 1 in die Plaat afdeling van die VirSekerbeker speel teenoor ander skole in die dorp wat in Afdeling 2 van die Virsekerbeker speel. Die verskillende afdelings bevorder die idee van krag teen krag wedstryde, waar afdeling 1 as sterk “gevestigde” rugbyskole gesien word, teenoor afdeling 2 wat vir kleiner skole “swakker of kleiner rugbyskole” geskep is. ‘n Kykie na die skole wat op die spanlyste van die Cravenweek verteenwoordig
word sal bevestig, gevestigde rugbyskole blink op die lyste. Maar as die “one hit wonder” vergelyking teenoor die bestendigheid verder gevoer word, daar is ook 13 hokkiespelers (in Oos-Gauteng spanne,) 2 netbal speelsters,(weer streekspanne) en die nr 1 tennisspeler in Gauteng tennis. ‘n Oes van 28 spelers wat bo hul skoolspan uitstyg, wie se fondasie by Marais Viljoen van so ‘n aard is dat dit sterk genoeg is om provinsiale uitdagings te voldoen. ‘n Fondasie waarop provinsiale afrigters en keurders ‘n wenspan kan en gaan bou. By gesê: twee van die rugby spelers, Sibusiso Shuze en JJ Kruger is vir die uitsoek Cravenspanne gekies. Die twaalf manne is spelers wat in die voetspore van hul voorgangers stap as bewys van Marais Viljoen wat deur die jare bestendig kwailiteit spelers lewer. Geluk aan almal. Julle is vir ons ‘n inspirasie en voorbeeld. Gaan geniet die wedstryde wat wag, geniet die ondervinding en die ervaring.
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