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Cableway open It is business as usual at the Table Mountain Cableway. It opened on Monday 12 August after the completion of routine maintenance work. Pictured are technicians putting on the final touches. See story on page 3.

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reen Point Community Day Centre and District Six Community Day Centre (CDC) held talks to mark World Breastfeeding Week. Themed “Empower parents – enable breastfeeding”, the annual event took place from Thursday 1 August to Wednesday 7 August. Staff at the facilities educated parents about the importance of breastfeeding and raised awareness on the fact that it is not only the baby who benefits from drinking breast milk.

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Natalie Watlington, a spokesperson for health, says: “The benefits of breastfeeding expand beyond the baby and reaches into the community. “The health department encourages breastfeeding and has interwoven and highlighted breastfeeding on as many agendas and platforms as possible, and in health facilities.” She says although breastfeeding is spoken about daily and has spilt over beyond breastfeeding week, creating awareness on a community platform requires more attention and expansion. Theo Abrahams, facility manager of the District Six CDC, adds they are proud to be

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Jacob Gitlin Library in Gardens invites the public to the launch of the book Through the Window on Monday 19 August at 17:30. Guest will listen to author Lauren Shapiro have a conversation with clinical psychologist Linda Lewis. To book, contact 021 462 5088 or email admin@gitlinlibrary.co.za.

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n additional 18 homeless people can now be accommodated at Elim Nightshelter after staff of WP Media (publishers of People’s Post, City Vision and TygerBurger) put notebooks and pens aside to make emergency waterproof sleeping bags for the shelter. This was in conjunction with Media24’s #1000 Acts of Kindness project. The sleeping bags are made with newspaper and plastic, creating a warm, portable and waterproof emergency sleeping bag for those in need. Manager of the shelter Shafiek Ortell says homeless people come knocking at their door every day. “We have a lot of street people coming to the gates of Elim Night Shelter daily. They normally come for a meal and not for accommodation as they prefer to live on At the back are Paul Breytenbach and Patricia Abrahams. In front are Liza Ortell (Elim the streets due to addictions and couples housemother), Shanaaz Karan, Irfaan Saban, Anthony Maroon, David White and Rosetta not wanting to separate. Stuurman. PHOTO: TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS “We have 70 beds and 15 mattresses, therefore, we cater for 85 adults sleeping here “We think it’s amazing as we are currently at The Barnyard Theatre in Bellville on 12 Septemdaily,” explains Shafiek. out of mattresses. Now we can at least cater ber at 20:00. Tickets cost R160. For bookings and Housemother Liza Ortell says she is gra- to 18 more homeless people,” she says. information call Shafeek Ortell on 061 414 8993 or teful for the efforts of the WP Media team: V Elim Nightshelter will be hosting a fundraiser email elimnightshelter@telkomsa.net.

People's Post is published by WP Media, a subsidiary of Media24. ATLANTIC SEABOARD / CITY 29 246 copies distributed Tuesdays to the following areas: Cape Town CBD, Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay, Fresnaye, Green Point, DeWaterkant, Mouille Point, Sea Point, Three Anchor Bay, Gardens, Higgovale, Lions Head, Oranjezicht, Schotschekloof, Signal Hill, Tamboerskloof, Vredehoek and Zonnebloem. OTHER EDITIONS People's Post also has the following nine standalone editions: Woodstock / Maitland (16 391) Mitchell's Plain (83 340) Retreat (23 423) Grassy Park (21 838) Lansdowne (21 130) Athlone (30 252) Constantia / Wynberg (30 069) Claremont / Rondebosch (30 843) False Bay (30 972) Total print order: 318 495

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Hub to boost SMMEs The City of Cape Town has officially opened a business hub at Strand Street Concourse, which was launched on Thursday 8 August. According to a statement, the hub which will be run by the Enterprise Development Unit is aimed to be a one-stop-shop for business support services to help reduce the administrative barriers accessible to small, medium and micro-enterprises (SMMEs). Mayor Dan Plato says: “Through this centre, we want to contribute towards a business-friendly environment where we will reduce barriers and other red tape measures.” James Vos, Mayco member for economic opportunities and asset management, says the hub is a platform for designing solutions that will make small businesses more competitive and resilient. Vos says the City is committed to growing the economy and has been working with SMMEs and partner organisations for many years to ensure that this important part of the economy thrives. “SMMEs are the lifeblood of cities and the engines that fuel economic growth,” he says. .

WHOM TO CONTACT EDITOR: Thulani Magazi Email: Thulani@media24.com REPORTER: Nomzamo Yuku E-mail: Nomzamo.Yuku@peoplespost.co.za SALES MANAGER: Shafiek Braaf Tel: 021 910 6615 Email: Shafiek.braaf@peoplespost.co.za MAIN BODY ADVERTISING: Yvette Smith Tel: 021 910 6577 Email: yvette.smith@media24.com CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING: 087 353 1328 Email: classifieds@peoplespost.co.za PRESS CODE, CORRECTIONS People's Post subscribes to the South African Press Code and we are committed to journalism that is honest, accurate, fair and balanced. Under our editorial policy, we invite readers to comment on the newspaper's content and we correct significant errors as soon as possible. Please send information to the news editor at Thulani@media24.com or phone 021 910 6500. Alternately, please contact the Ombudsman of Media24's Community Press, George Claassen at george.claassen@media24.com or 083 543 2471. Complaints can also be sent to the SA Press Ombudsman on telephone 021 851 3232 or via email khanyim@ombudsman.org.za or johanr@ombudsman.org.za

Do you know elder superheroes who, despite their age and social circumstances, go above and beyond to make a difference in their communities? Nominate them now for a Community Champions Elders Award. Through the awards, now in its fourth year, People’s Post, TygerBurger and City Vision, in partnership with Spec-Savers, aim to honour those awesome elders who are making a profound difference in their communities­. He, or she, could be the older, active neighbourhood watch patroller walking the streets at 04:00, feeding the children in their street, driving the sick to the clinic, knitting beanies and blankets for unwanted babies or giving free boxing lessons to keep the youth off the streets, all out of their own pockets. Tell us what wonderful deeds they’ve done for their community.

ner. The winners in both categories, as well as the People’s Choice winner, will be announced at a morning tea in Cape Town on Saturday 12 October.

How to nominate Download the nomination form on the People’s Post, TygerBurger or City Vision Facebook pages or request one from cecilia@media24.com or call 021 910 6500. Alternatively, collect one from our office located in the Bloemhof Building (3rd floor), 112 Edward Road, Bellville. Nomination forms are also available at the following Spec-Savers stores: . Bayside Centre, Table View; . Blue Route Mall, Tokai; . CapeGate Shopping Centre, Brackenfell; . Cavendish Square, Claremont; . Canal Walk, Century City; . Kenilworth Centre; . Khayelitsha Shopping Centre; . Longbeach Mall, Noordhoek; . N1 City Mall, Goodwood; . Parow Centre; . The Promenade Mall, Mitchell’s Plain . Tygervalley Shopping Centre, Bellville; . Vangate Mall, Athlone and . Zevenwacht Mall, Kuils River.

Nominations close on Tuesday 27 August Elders making a difference can once again be nominated in one of two categories: “70-80 years” or “80 plus”. Six finalists will be selected and notified by Tuesday 3 September. All their wonderful deeds will be featured in the newspaper in the weeks following, whereafter our readers can vote for the People’s Choice win-

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ape Town Central Police detectives find closure in solving cases and knowing justice has been served. This is according to Warrant Officer Shaun Bardien following the sentencing of the murderers of Eric Wiese, who was killed at his home in Higgovale in August 2017. Judge Taswell Papier of the Western Cape High Court found the suspects Vuyolwethu Mgemane and his accomplice, Nomfundo Mtshawu, guilty of murder, housebreaking with intent to rob, and aggravated robbery on Thursday 1 August. Mgemane (34) received life imprisonment for murder and 15 years for housebreaking and robbery. Mtshawu (30) was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment for murder and 10 years imprisonment for robberies. Bardien says the victory was due to an in-

tense investigation and teamwork between the police, the forensic team, the National Prosecuting Authorities and the community of Gugulethu. He says all teams worked tirelessly for the first few days after Wiese’s body was found, and police received leads to follow up on. “He had surveillance cameras which helped us identify the two suspects as they appeared climbing the wall to access his house. “In the beginning, we had confusion as the female suspect looked like a man, and the evidence from the forensics showed fingerprints of a woman,” he says. Bardien says the search was set in motion when officers began following leads on Mtshawu, which led to Gugulethu. “My partner (Detective Warrant Officer Abraham Draai) and I spent days, knocking at people’s doors. We were sent from one address to the other, but we were determined to use every resource and time we had to

find these two. Eventually, I received a call from Gugulethu Police Station saying they had identified the suspects and we quickly made the arrests,” says Bardien. He says seeing them being sentenced gave him peace. “I know it will not bring him back, but I believe the family found closure. And for me, with every case I solve, I get happy, knowing that justice has been served and the suspect is not coming back to our community,” says Bardien. He says the life sentence was well deserved by Mgemane, who allegedly showed no remorse during the court proceedings. He says the victim was a defenceless citizen who was loved by his family and did not deserve to be killed brutally. He thanked everyone who worked on the case. Captain Ezra October, spokesperson for Cape Town Central Police, said the station commend the team for the job well done.

Business as usual at cableway NOMZAMO YUKU @NomzamoYuku Table Mountain Cableway is back in business. It opened on Monday 12 August, a week earlier than expected. Annual maintenance and routine checks, begun on Monday 8 July, was scheduled for completion on Monday 19 August. Managing director Wahida Parker announced the reopening of the cableway at a media briefing at the popular tourist destination on Wednesday 7 August. She invites guests to visit and enjoy the views once again. Parker applauds the team of technicians for their good work and for finishing ahead of schedule. She says the annual maintenance is necessary to ensure the safety of visitors and staff and to abide by the rules regulating the cableway. “Annual maintenance is non-negotiable and ensures we can continue to safely and efficiently showcase our beautiful mountain to more than one million visitors each year – a responsibility and honour that we do not take lightly,” Parker says. Technicians say the work went smoothly despite unpredictable weather. Technical manager Emile Streicher says they replaced the heel and haul ropes, and also tested and replaced the load-bearing components on the cabins. The mechanical overhaul of the rotating floors and cabin door mechanisms in the cable cars were also completed, as well as the maintenance of the hydraulic and brake system. He attributes the good work to great team spirit from all who were involved. South African pensioners will receive a 50% discount on Groot Constantia’s visitors route tickets every Tuesday in August, starting today, in celebration of World Senior Citizen’s Day. The pensioners will also get discount on 20 and 27 August. To qualify, SA pensioners must present a valid SA green barcoded ID or Smart ID on the designated days. V For more information visit www.grootconstantia.co.za or connect with Groot Constantia via social media on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram @GrootConstantia.

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nspired by the hardships she faced from an early age, Nobukho Nqaba (27) hopes her story will serve as a reminder of the poverty endured by so many South Africans. Her exhibit, called “Izicwangciso Zezethu” (We make plans), is on show at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in V&A Waterfront until Sunday 20 October. Nqaba’s creations portray the lives of ordinary citizens striving to make ends meet. In her art, she uses China bags – a type of bag used in the olden days by men who left their

homes to find jobs in the cities. She also incorporates materials such as overalls and old-fashioned blankets. She says these items were part her life for many years, from when her parents moved from their home in Butterworth in the Eastern Cape to Grabouw and then to Khayelitsha, where she joined them. “This was the typical life of a workingclass family from an underprivileged background. We had to constantly move from one place to another,” Nqaba says. She remembers that once they moved because her family lost all their belongings in a fire at the informal settlement in Grabouw where they lived. “I still remember it like it was yesterday. There was a fire, a common thing in the informal settlement. “We moved our furniture out of our shack, thinking it would be safe, but before we knew it the fire engulfed the whole area and we were left with nothing,” recalls Nqaba.

Seeing the light She enrolled as a fine arts student at the University of Cape Town (UCT). When her life got better and she and her siblings found their feet, she moved to Woodstock, a place she currently calls a home “away from home”. And she is at peace, doing what she loves, designing different types of art. Talking about the meaning behind her work, she says people

often take the role the working class plays for granted. “I want to remind people that every job is important. Whether you are dressed in a smart suit or a blue overall, you are contributing to society. I also want people to remember where we come from, what mattered to us. These things are our legacy.” Nqaba says the theme was inspired by the realisation that nobody chooses their journey in life. People make plans not knowing what the outcome will be. This is Nqaba’s first solo gig since she graduated in 2012. “I have been featured in other people’s exhibitions. It has been difficult to find recognition locally. My work is mostly recognised outside South Africa and it feels good to finally be offered this platform.”

‘’’’People has been showing interest and I am hopeful that the exhibition will do well,” says Nqaba. V For more information visit: www.zeitzmocaa.museum.

Woodstock-based Nobukho Nqaba’s artwork designed with China bags. Readers can experience her work first-hand by attending her exhibition at the Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in V&A Waterfront.

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