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TWO Law Enforcement officers will be deployed to assist in decreasing crime in Athlone and Manenberg hotspots. A total of R100 000 from the annual ward allocation budgets will be used to deploy these “neighbourhood security officers”. One will be stationed at Gatesville CBD to supplement police visibility, and another at known crime-ridden sections of Manenberg owing to an alleged lack of patrols. Ward councillor Junade Hoosein accuses Manenberg police of not being active enough on local streets. “They aren’t always around when you need them the most,” Hoosein says. “Criminals take chances but once they see there is someone watching them, they might think twice. We felt we could fulfil more security needs and this is the best route we came up with.” Manenberg police is “useless”, resident Rick Cronje says. “I was robbed here a couple of times already. A friend’s car was stolen three years ago and still hasn’t been found. “If police were around patrolling and doing what they were paid to do, these types of things would never or seldom happen,” he says. Cronje gives the initiative the thumbs up, but believes it will take more than a lone officer to have an impact. But Manenberg police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett hits back that sector police vehicles are seldom at the station as officers are constantly on patrol. He says on average eight vehicles patrol in Manenberg. “There are two vans for every sector and our crime prevention unit patrols as well.

We cover a wide spectrum of policing – one of those is crime prevention. We have three sectors for Manenberg where we cover schools, public transport junctions and other hotspots at peak hours. “We also get assistance from other Law Enforcement agencies and have a high success rate when it comes to arresting criminals,” Bennett says. Although the police are the main crime fighters, he welcomes any other initiatives to help enhance crime prevention. “We are happy to have any basic law enforcement help us. They act as a deterrent against crimes like robberies and provide a first line of defence.” In Gatesville, an area notorious for petty crime, the security officer will supplement the operations of Athlone police, ward councillor Magadien Davids says. “There is a need for more safety and security in this area. This does not mean police are not doing their jobs; we understand they have a huge task at hand as there is a lot of criminal activity in Athlone. “They can’t be everywhere, every second of everyday. We are merely assisting them and bringing our part to help the fight against crime,” Davids explains. Trader Moosa Chen’s equipment constantly gets stolen from outside his shop. He has owned a store at the Gatesville CBD for more than five years. “I put displays up outside my shop but I have to ask my assistant to guard my merchandise. Old people get robbed here as well. There aren’t enough law enforcement officials patrolling here. We hope the new safety officer will be able to help us keep criminals away,” he says. Dawsar Sarbar, who has been trading at the Gatesville Plaza for over eight years says more security “won’t hurt”. “Police and Metro Police are always around but everybody always needs more security. “The implementation of the security officer is a very good idea and I commend whoever came up with it,” Sarbar says.

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Mountview ‘targeted’ LILLIAN AMOS

ROBBERS preying on children and the elderly and thieves storing their stolen items in uncovered manholes has Mountview residents on edge. But despite criminals running wild in their quiet streets, police aren’t fast enough to react, residents and neighbourhood watch members claim. The small area has been plagued specifically with robberies, car break-ins and house burglaries. Yusuf Davids has lived in Mountview for over 20 years. “I’ve always heard people complain about crime. I thought they were overreacting because this area is very quiet. It was when my bakkie was stolen that I really

HOLE IN ONE: Yusuf Davids points out a manhole used by criminals to hide stolen goods.

started taking note.” Residents say criminals, supposedly from Hanover Park, prey on youngsters and the elderly. Various hotspots have been causing headaches for locals. One of these is a passage next to Sterling Primary School where several people have been robbed, Davids says. A manhole in the middle of the throughway is apparently used by the criminals to stash stolen items. “There are actually two man holes but we closed up the other one,” Davids says. “I don’t even think it would help if other covers are put on. These thieves will just take them off again.” Another hot spot is an alley running through Belmore Avenue, Murray Road, Jackson Crescent and Armstrong Crescent. A resident, who asks not to be named, lives close to the notorious alley and refers to it as a nuisance. “Each and every time we have to hear that someone has been robbed here. I have seen it with my own eyes. These skollies come and wreak havoc here. “We’re just trying to make a living. What gives them the right to steal from us?” he says. Gulzaar Khatieb says although the closest shop is only a stone’s throw away from his home, he doesn’t allow his son to go to there alone. “If I were to send my son to the shop I know for a fact he will be robbed. Not too long ago my family and I were all in the house having dinner when we heard water gushing. When we got outside someone had stolen our outside taps. It happens in the blink of an eye,” a frustrated Khatieb says. “Don’t even think about leaving anything outside – they will steal everything from benches to mops.” Lansdowne police station commander Lieutenant Levona Januari says she hasn’t noticed an increase in the number of breakins and robberies.

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“Our records don’t show a spike but that is probably because people don’t report the crimes. Officers do however often patrol in the area,” says Januari. In the meantime, residents have come up with a plan of their own. The Mountview Neighbourhood Watch was established three months ago and already has 30 committed members, which include Davids and Khatieb. “I care for this community so much and I will protect it any way I can. At the end of the day everyone works hard to be able to afford assets, then some criminal comes and takes what we have worked so hard for. It’s not fair,” he says. Despite the neighbourhood watch’s valiant attempt to keep criminals off their streets, they have concerns regarding police involvement.“We want police to be more visible in the area. Their response time is extremely poor. We had a few incidents where we needed the police desperately but either they came late or didn’t pitch at all,” Davids says. Januari admits that many times police vehicles are not available as they are “out on other urgent calls”. “We have had discussions with the neighbourhood watch and I have even given them

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Johanna “Aunty Henna” Arendse was born in Ladysmith where she also spent most of HAVING outlived most of her family, a her childhood years. She says her secret to living a long life is 107-year-old Manenberg woman is still to “fear God and always do good things for looking forward to many more years. other people”. Aunty Henna had six siblings and says she grew up on a farm in a harsh environment and did not even go to school. None of her siblings are still alive. But despite this, the friendly and talkative woman jokes she “doesn’t remember half the things [she] sometimes says”. Aunty Henna, who lives in Grootkop Street, got married when she was 19 years old and says its sudden end a short while later traumatised her. But she found love again, and married her second husband a few years thereafter. She moved to Manenberg in 1964 and says despite her memory not being good, she still remembers pertinent moments in her life. One of her highlights was having four children with her second husband, HenSHARING HER WISDOM: Aunty Henna has a word drick Bailey. “We had two sons and two adopted with ward councillor Junade Hoosain at a seniors daughters. My husband and children were party. Photo: Supplied LUZUKO ZINI

everything to me, but sadly none of them are still alive,” she says tearfully. Aunty Henna lives with her grandchild, Nigel Bailey and great-grandchild, Winlen. The bundle of energy has a tendency to leave his toys scattered around the lounge. “Always remember where to put your toys,” she says to him, tongue-in-cheek. Sharifa Ryland lives opposite the pensioner’s home and has known her for half a century. She says Aunt Henna has been an inspiration to all in the community. “Every day I bring her a plate of food as a way of showing my appreciation for all the wisdom she has shared with me,” she says. “When she needs our help as neighbours, we always do our best to help her.” Allie Mansoor, another Grootkop Street resident, says he has known Arendse for 45 years. “Aunty Henna has always been a kind person. Whenever I have a problem I will go to her and she always gives me the best advice,” he says. “I hope she stays the way she is and never forget us in her prayers.” Ward councillor Junade Hoosain says Arendse’s life needs to be celebrated as she is the oldest person in Manenberg.

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Dirty business LILLIAN AMOS

ATHLONE residents are furious that the City of Cape Town does not pick up dirt lying outside their dirt bins. They claim vagrants often rummage through their bins on collection days and leave behind a trail of rubbish. When dirt collectors eventually get to the bins half of the rubbish is already flying around in the streets but the waste collectors do not pick it up. “It doesn’t make sense,” says Crawford resident Tasneem Dawood. “How can they claim they are trying to keep our city clean when they are clearly not doing that? It is so easy just for them to pick up the rubbish but instead they walk right past it.” Dawood claims she constantly has to clean up in front of her home after vagrants have gone through her bin. She says she’s tried different methods to stop vagrants from scratching in her bin. “I wait until the very last minute just before the truck comes and I take my bin out. This doesn’t work all the time because I sometimes miss the truck because they come at different times,” says a frustrated Dawood. Another method she has tried is to stand outside with her bin to guard it from va-

grants. This has also failed. “I can’t stand there whole day because like I said before, they come different times,” she says. Rylands resident Mariam Adam says it is “unfair”. “We pay taxes. The council workers should pick up the dirt everywhere. We can’t keep cleaning up,” she says. Refuse outside of the wheelie bin shouldn’t be picked up by refuse collectors says Mayoral Committee member for Utility Services, Ernest Sonnenberg. “The refuse collectors’ primary function is to ensure that refuse in the wheelie bin is cleared. Black bags are also not collected by them. Their function is not litter picking or street sweeping. Only if the refuse spilled in the process of emptying the bin can it be cleaned by the refuse crew,” he says. If residents have additional bags of refuse each week, the City recommends that they request and buy an additional refuse bin. Richard Bosman, the executive director for Safety and Security, says the City will be working closely with the community policing forum. “We will police the issue of vagrants scratching in bins. Trollies owned by vagrants will be confiscated as these are often used to cart items removed from bins,” Bosman says.

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Local filmmaker hits the big time TAURIQ HASSEN

A RYLANDS producer will be jetting off to the States after landing a nomination at the prestigious Oscar Awards ceremony later this month. Rafiq Samsodien produced the short-film Asad, which focuses on a young boy choosing to become a fisherman instead of a pirate. The story of Asad takes the audience into the lives of ordinary people in a seaside village in Somalia, providing the audience with a glimpse into the daily struggles of ordinary Somalis living in a dysfunctional and failed state. Asad is a young boy faced with choices in a land where survival is a daily challenge. The short-film is nominated in the Best Short Film category. The film was inspired by the novel, Pirates of Somalia, which sparked interest on South African shores. “We knew that there were no casting agencies who have Somali actors. This is where we discovered that we needed to go out and actually interact with the public,” he says. Setting up at the Bellville library after advertising the role, the team embarked on a journey to find the appropriate actors for their film, drawing the attention of “hordes

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PEDAL POWER: KFM Breakfast jock Ryan O’Connor, with support from surf reporter Deon Bing, will put their muscles to work in the 109km Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour to raise funds for The Sunflower Fund. And they’re hoping Capetonians will help them get there – figuratively speaking, of course. The challenge of the tour cannot be compared to the trek of patients with leukaemia and other life-threatening blood disorders. The Sunflower Fund is appealing to cyclists participating in the cycle tour to offer support and mentorship by emailing friends, family and colleagues to be sponsors. Contact The Sunflower Fund for a sponsorship form. If you wish to sponsor the radio personalities, call 0800 121 082 or email events@sunflowerfund.org.za.

Spectacular, sspectacular! pectacular! ATHLONE Pre-Primary will be hosting a circus fundraising event at the South African National Circus at 2 Willow Road, Observatory on Saturday 9 March.

It starts at 17:00 and tickets cost R60. Tickets and refreshment coupons are available at the school. For more information phone the school on 0 (021) 697 2003.


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Have your say

YOU can give input in the City of Cape Town’s Metro Police plan for the next financial year.

Metro Police is calling on residents to make their voices heard by commenting in a public participation process for its annual plan for 2013/2014. The strategic plan will direct the department’s operations, build on the successes of previous years, further improve its service and, ultimately, make Cape Town a safer place. “Public participation is vital for an effective plan, as residents often have a better understanding of what it is in their communities that needs more attention,” says JP Smith, the Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security. “I encourage residents to submit their input, as they will in turn benefit from improved safety.” The closing date for submissions is Thursday 28 February.

Learn to speak another langua another language ge FREE isiXhosa classes will be held at the Athlone library every Monday from 15:00 to 15:30. Teachers will be at hand to help interested residents grasp the language. All are welcome. For more information call Lucille on 0746750864 or Rasheed on 0826972708.

The plan will focus on the three legislative mandates of traffic, bylaw enforcement and crime prevention. It will also focus on alcohol and drug-related offences, gang-related activities, contraventions of the Arms and Ammunitions Act, moving violations and bylaw offences. Residents may submit comments to the department by fax on 0 0866 201 238 or email 2 sean.petersen@capetown.gov.za. Alternatively, place your submissions in suggestion boxes at Metro Police Community Service Centres at the Old Telkom Building in Rochester Road, Philippi, or 101 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town. Community Police Forum chairpersons or delegates are also invited to attend a meeting to discuss the plan on Saturday 23 February. For further details call Sean Petersen on 0 (021) 370 2200 or email 2 sean.petersen@capetown.gov.za.

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District Six museum to stay TAURIQ HASSEN

RUMOURS of the District Six Museum closing its doors have been squashed. The 18-year-old museum in Buitenkant Street faced a grim future due to financial constraints when funding sources ran dry, forcing the retrenchment of staff and the clos-

ing of various operations last year. Fears that the museum – which has a rich archive collection of interviews with District Six residents, videos, photographs, documents and news clippings – would no longer be accessible to the public, ran riot. Museum director Bonita Bennet waved away rumours of the museum closing its doors and confirms that the necessary funding to

NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE SUBCOUNCILS: FEBRUARY 2013 Notice is hereby given that the meeting of the 24 (twenty four) Subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the time and venue indicated in the schedule below: Subcouncil Venue

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Manager Peter Deacon 021 550 1001 Fred Monk 021 980 6053 Johannes Brand 021 590 1676 Ardela van Niekerk 021 444 0196 Martin Julie 021 695 8161 Pat Jansen 021 918 2024 Carin Viljoen 021 444 0689 Izak du Toit 021 850 4149 Johnson Fetu 021 360 1351 Goodman Rorwana 021 360 1267 Kayise Nombakuse 021 630 1737 Alesia Bosman 021 371 4550 Lunga Bobo 021 630 1619 Christopher Jako 021 630 1678 Mariette Griessel 021 531 3437 Marius Coetsee 021 487 2055 Edgar Carolissen 021 637 9757 Okkie Manuels 021 700 4020 Desiree Mentor 021 784 2011 Brian Ford 021 794 2493 Pieter Grobler 021 900 1502 Richard Moi 021 900 1508 Raphael Martin 021 371 4551 Anthony Mathe 021 956 8000

To access the full agenda and all supporting documentation 72 hours before the meeting go to ßwww.capetown.gov.za/subcouncils Highlight the date of the subcouncil meeting, choose the subcouncil you require and download the agenda. Please report any difficulties to the relevant subcouncil manager. In addition to items of relevance to specific subcouncils, the following items will appear on the agendas for all subcouncils in February: • •

Tabling of City’s Annual Report and Executive summary 2011/12 for comment Identification of designated spaces to be used as graffiti practice grounds in all Wards

Copies are available for scrutiny at subcouncils, municipal libraries and www.capetown.gov. za. Organisations are requested to submit comment to their subcouncil. The Rules of Order for subcouncils permit any member of the public to address the subcouncil on these or any other matters by prior arrangement with the relevant Subcouncil manager

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keep operations going has been secured. “We are not rolling in the money, but at least we can say that the museum will not be closing down,” she says. People’s Post fielded calls from concerned Capetonians questioning the future of the museum. Felicia Anne Fritz (61) was concerned that the museum would fold and future generations would not know the rich history of District Six. “I have family and friends that were from District Six. When I first visited the museum, it was like walking down memory lane and it would be dreadful if all those memories could not be viewed,” she says. The museum fell into a vulnerable financial state last year after overseas donors pulled the plug on funding, which was coupled with their inability to replace the gap left at the same level. Although the museum attempted to generate some income, they discovered that working with the former District Six residents, running youth programmes and education in general cost more money. Management at the museum remains committed to continuing with education as a “non-commercial activity”. “We do not want to be in a situation where we have to cost and package education as an income-generating activity,” Bennet says. District Six was named the Sixth Municipal District of Cape Town in 1867, which was originally established as a mixed community of freed slaves, merchants, artisans, labourers and immigrants. The first to be “resettled” were black South Africans, forcibly displaced from the District in 1901. The area became a neglected ward of Cape Town when the more prosperous moved away to the suburbs. In 1966, the area was declared a white area under the Group Areas Act of 1950, which virtually wiped out the District Six community by 1982. More than 60 000 people were forcibly removed to outlying areas – more commonly known as the Cape Flats today. The District Six Museum neatly captured these memories of one of the most gruelling periods in South Africa’s history when they

RICH WITH HISTORY: HISTORY: The District Six Museum has an archive comprising photos, old stories, interviews, street signs and much more. established the museum in 1994. A number of income-generating strategies have since been introduced, including charging a fee for guided tours which used to be free of charge. These are available on request. The museum developed a broader repertoire of tours, including site walks and themed stories. Management also promoted the museum as a venue to be hired for events such as book launches, dialogue sessions, seminars and exhibitions. “We will continue to submit funding proposals so that we can continue to do the exciting projects with youth and the elderly that is so central to the museum’s work,” Bennet explains. The museum has also received funding commitments for this financial year from the City of Cape Town’s Grant in Aid programme and the provincial Department of Sports, Culture and Arts. Bennet believes the funding would provide “welcome relief” and allow management to explore further options to develop long-term support. “The public has been wonderful in their expressions of support and financial contributions, however small. We have certainly seen the growth in the small pool of individual givers,” she adds. Visit www.districtsix.co.za.

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Tuesday 12 February 2013

Violence at IRT system hearing LILLIAN AMOS

VIOLENCE erupted when a hearing about the new route for the Integrated Rapid Transport (IRT) system didn’t go in favour of taxi associations. The three-day hearing which had come to an end on Wednesday was held at the Shadow Building, next to Vangate Mall in Athlone, to finalise the plans for the IRT route. Codeta and Cata members were not satisfied with the outcome, saying the City of Cape Town didn’t consider them when making decisions about the IRT route. They now fear profit loss. They started protesting and the mass action soon became violent as protesters started throwing stones and bottles at vehicles and setting alight fields near the building. Staff members of the provincial transport department, who usually issue taxi licences and permits, were forced to lock themselves in the building for protection. Police made their way to the scene off Vanguard Drive and the outraged crowd of about 400 quickly disappeared. Cata General Secretary and core secretary for Codeta, Nqazeleni Matayityi, insists the City did not properly inform them about the routes for the IRT. “The IRT is applying for two routes, one of them being Salt River and Hout Bay. Those are part of our routes. Members are worried they will lose out on business,” Matayityi says. Nyanga and Sea Point is the other IRT route. Matayityi cannot comment on the violent

outburst from the taxi association members. “I was inside the building when the protest happened. What I can say though is that those people are extremely upset and want the City to treat them fairly. Our people don’t want to be left out,” he says. However, Matayityi says the taxi associations are not against the IRT system but want to be part of the planning and changes. “The City needs to make sure everyone’s involved so that no one is left standing in the dark and losing out,” Matayityi says. Bernie Macmahon, the director of operating licences and permits at the department, was extremely upset about the actions of the members. “We are extremely passionate and committed to bring a good service. Why did they have to take out their frustrations on the building and most importantly on our staff?” Macmahon says. “Those kind of decisions about the IRT system doesn’t run through us but we were targeted. This is unacceptable.” Meanwhile, the City of Cape Town has denied allegations that the affected taxi associations have been excluded from the process. “Negotiations with minibus taxi associations on these and other future routes are ongoing. The City negotiated with the directly affected minibus taxi associations,” says Brett Herron, the Mayoral Committee member for Transport, Roads and Stormwater. “We will continue our negotiation process that we have been following thus far, but we are committed to introducing a commuter-focused public transport service that provides an affordable quality service for residents and we are concerned that the process has been delayed,” he says.

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Cup-inhand YOUR small change could add up to a chunk for a beggar. Some pocket up to R100 a day. A study by Solidarity’s Helping Hand revealed that beggars in this province, KwaZulu Natal and Gauteng make an average of R172 each day. People’s Post interns Tarren-Lee Habelgaarn and Luzuko Zini polled readers for their opinion on the issue.

HAND IT OVER: OVER: Thuso Simon says it’s hard to tell whether beggars give the money to their families or use it for drugs. Even so, he says some people, especially car guards, deserve to be tipped. “I’ve seen some get stabbed protecting cars.They should actually get more money. Everyone should get paid more.”

OTHER OPTIONS: Myrtle Daquino says she does not give anything to beggars as they have alternatives, such as organisations and homeless shelters. “What they earn a day does not concern me because they should not be begging in the first place. There are places which they can go to.”

TAKE A CHANCE: René Jantjies prefers giving food. She adds sometimes people beg for money to feed their families, but then use the cash to buy other things. “It is difficult to know when people really need it, but that’s why I go to the shop and buy a bread for people instead of giving them the money.”

2012 GENERAL VALUATION ROLL FOR THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN Notice is hereby given in terms of section 49 (1)(a)(i) of the Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act, Act No. 6 of 2004, hereinafter referred to as the “Act,” that the 2012 General Valuation Roll for the period starting 1 July 2013 – until the next general valuation roll is produced - is open for public inspection at the venues as stated below as from 21 February 2013 until 30 April 2013. The forms for the lodging of objections are obtainable at these venues. In addition the valuation roll is available on the Council website as from 21 February 2013, the address of which is provided below. In terms of Section 49(1)(a)(ii) of the Act, any property owner or other person who so desires may lodge an objection with the municipal manager in respect of any matter reflected in, or omitted from, the general valuation roll within the abovementioned period. Owners will be notified of their valuations in writing at the postal address held on the City’s database. Attention is specifically drawn to the fact that in terms of section 50(2) of the Act an objection must be in relation to a specific individual property and not against the valuation roll as a whole. The forms for lodging an objection can be obtained from one of the venues listed below, and can be downloaded from the website. LIST OF PUBLIC INSPECTION VENUES FOR THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN DATE: 21 FEBRUARY 2013 – 30 APRIL 2013, MONDAYS – FRIDAY: 08:15 – 15:45 NO.

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2nd Floor, Cape Town Civic Centre

12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town

30/03/2013

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Royal Ascot Council Chambers

Municipal Offices, Royal Ascot, Bridal Way, Milnerton (off Racecourse Rd)

21/02/2013; 20/03/2013; 22/03/2013; 17/04/2013; 18/04/2013

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Alphen Centre

Constantia Main Rd, Constantia (opp. Pick n Pay)

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Fish Hoek Council Chambers

Fish Hoek Admin Office, Central Circle, Recreation Rd (next to Fish Hoek Civic)

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Somerset West Municipal Offices

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Conference Room, Bellville Municipal Building

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STILL A GIVER: Claudia Phillips says she always gives to people asking for money. However, she says she prefers to give U-Turn vouchers as she has found people are grateful to receive them because they can either get clothes, a meal or a night in a shelter. “My heart just breaks for people because I know jobs are hard to find. By giving them something you feel like you’ve made a little difference.”

18/02/2013; 18/03/2013; 15/04/2013

UNF UNFAIR: AIR: Samier Booley says he doesn’t make a habit of giving money to people on the streets because it is easier for them to beg and not work. Although he understands they might not have jobs, he feels it is still not fair. “A labourer working on a site gets between R120 and R150 for a full day’s work. It is unfair for people begging to make the same sum or more.”

PLEASE NOTE: The public inspection venues will be closed on weekends and public holidays. Only the venue at the CAPE TOWN CIVIC CENTRE will be open on Saturdays from 08:00 – 12:00. All venues will be closed on the following public holidays: 21/03/2013; 29/03/2013; 01/04/2013; 27/04/2013 Completed objection forms can be submitted as follows: • E-mail – valuationsobjection@capetown.gov.za • Fax – 086 588 6042 • Post to – The City of Cape Town, For Attention: The Objection Coordinator, PO Box 4522, Cape Town 8000 • By Hand – At one of our 17 public inspection venues Only objections submitted during the official objection period on the prescribed objection form with mandatory fields completed are valid. Note: NO LATE OBJECTIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED. For more information: Sharecall: 086 010 3089 Web: www.capetown.gov.za

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SECOND THOUGHTS: Tiisetso Tau says he didn’t know how much money beggars could make and adds he will be cautious about giving his money to them in future. “I usually give the money to a woman or a child. Now that I know they are making about R172 a day, I will only give once a month. They don’t work for the money. They just stand and beg the whole day.”


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Tuesday 12 February 2013

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READ ALL ABOUT IT: Rejeanne Petersen from Athlone and Nadine Veldsman from Ottery sold plenty of Sax Appeal magazines on the Main Road on Rag Day. Nadine is studying B.Bus.Sc Organisational Psychology and Rejeanne is a B.Com Economics/Law student at UCT. Rejeanne stopped the traffic in her Minnie Mouse furry hat which she bought at Disneyland Paris. Photo: Juanita Williams

Shooting spree hits Manenberg SEVERAL people were injured on Thursday when random shootings rocked Manenberg.

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People walking in Thames Avenue scattered as the shots rang out. It started at 10:30 when a 21-year-old was shot in his right leg. The young man was sitting in Thames Avenue with friends when shots were fired at them. No one has been arrested. Also in Thames Avenue, a 27-year-old man was shot in the leg at around 17:00. No arrests have been made. Just a stone’s throw away from Thames Avenue, another shooting occurred in Swakop Road at 17.45. The man, aged 22, was also shot in the leg. Again, no arrests. After the shootings police launched an operation in Thames Avenue and the surrounding area. Officers searched houses, people and cars. A 17-year-old was then arrested after trying to flee police. Officers saw the suspicious-looking young man running with a bag in hand and gave chase. Hidden in the bag was a gun with the serial number filled off. Three more men were arrested when police searched a house in Thames Avenue. They appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court yesterday on gun possession charges. On Friday at 2:10, police received a tip-off about gangsters congregating in Manenberg Avenue. Four men were arrested.

Walking down down memory lane THE Cape Family History and Heritage Research Forum will be hosting a workshop on family history research methods, archival resources and slave office records strictly for beginners. The course takes place on Saturday 2 March from 08:30 to 12:30 at 72 Roeland Street, Cape Town. Limited seating is available for a maximum of 20 people. A token registration donation of R100 per person is required to cover for materials and refreshments. To RSVP for provisional bookings, contact the forum’s convenor Shamiel Gamildien on 0 083 290 6005 or email 2 sgamildien@gmail.com.

Wishing all our readers and advertisers a HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

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Tuesday 12 February 2013

Crisis point

ANENE BOOYSEN will be remembered for all the wrong reasons. Not through her fault, but for the inhumane actions of others. The Bredasdorp teenager died after she was raped and brutalised. A doctor spoke out about the horror of Anene’s last hours. President Jacob Zuma has said the harshest punishment must be meted out upon her perpetrators. The matter has received attention in the media; politicians have spoken out, for once, united in their disgust. But Anene isn’t alone. While her untimely death at the hand of others may be particularly gruesome, many other women and girls who survive never take that step to report rape or sex crimes. They’d rather not relive the violation to police officers and in court, nor by society. Rape is not about sex. It’s about power. It’s about hurting another on an extremely intimate level. Rape is akin to a sort of death. Without years of counselling, rape survivors often find it difficult to regain control of their lives. They have difficulty trusting. It is as trying for the men who love them. The gang rape on a bus and subsequent death on the roadside of an Indian student evoked global uproar. Perhaps, in South Africa, complacency is the enemy. Should women remain cooped up in their homes for fear of assault? Do they have to wear clothes deemed “appropriate” to avoid would-be attackers justifying lewdness? What society expects of a wronged party to adjust behaviour to suit the sickness that breeds in the heart of another? And where do we draw the line? Not all men do this. They are the ones who will think of Anene. She could be your mother, your wife, your sister, your daughter. She could be the granddaughter you dote on. Every woman anywhere and at any time has as much right to be safe as any man. This is not an issue of gender equality. It is a human right.

A wheely bright idea bright

Where is my money go goin ing? g? FOR the last few months a company has been deducting money from my account without my knowledge. I have not had any contractual agreement with the said company in any way, and they have been deducting R68 from my FNB account monthly. Upon searching for this company on the internet (Hello Peter), I came across many such complaints of this amount being deducted from various individuals’ accounts. I am very concerned that this company has been allowed to continue their fraudulent activities using FNB accounts. Surely FNB should have picked up these complaints. I am considering changing my bank account if this issue isn’t resolved and I am not reimbursed. SIYABONGA SIBAYA Steve Higgins from FNB Corporate Communication responds: Numerous areas within the bank deal with these matters. The entry point should, however, be at the branch where the account holder approaches his/her bank branch and formally lodges the dispute and/or complaint. From there the dispute is managed in terms of industry rules. (The company which has been deducting the money) is not sponsored into the payment system by FNB, but by another bank. FNB has, however, escalated the matter to the sponsoring bank and awaits feedback. The

customer must approach his/her bank branch and formally lodge a dispute. The bank will then follow interbank protocol to obtain proof that the debit orders were authorised by the customer. If the proof is not forthcoming the customer will be refunded. It should, however, not exceed 30 calendar days to resolve such a dispute from the time it is lodged. Debit orders are agreed between the customer and the company receiving the payment which implies that the customers are informed. The sponsoring bank has certain obligations in terms of payment industry regulations which do not include the laying of criminal charges. Customers should scrutinise their bank statements thoroughly and regularly and immediately approach their bank if they notice a debit order on their statement which they believe is not authorised. FNB makes every effort to act in the best interests of our customers. Customers should be aware that they can authorise a debit order during a telephone call with a telesales caller. In many cases disputes are raised by customers who have forgotten about the sales call and they do not realise they have authorised a debit order. Debit orders are critically important to customers who require a convenient way to pay regular invoices such as short- and long-term insurance policies, retirement funds, cell phone accounts and security.

Cost takes tthe he joy out of life life

WE ALL stood together and voted for our beloved mountain. We all became excited with the outcome of the votes. And yet now we all stand with sad faces looking at what it costs to go up the mountain. Must you be a tourist to enjoy things in Cape Town? Must you be rich to enjoy life? What about the normal family with a mom, dad and two children? It will cost R500 just to take the children up with the cable way. Is this fair? I think not! Who can afford this with a smile? It’s heart-

breaking that not everyone can go to Ratanga Junction or Table Mountain. It’s heartbreaking that things are so overpriced. Even the small things like buying your children books have now been added to a wish list because not everyone can afford R65 for a fourpage baby book with Bob the Builder’s face on it. But yet they tell us to educate our children. They tell us to let them read. They tell us to do things as a family. Let them see and do new things. Sure, at whose expense? HG HILLARY

THE other day my son Morné, a biker, let me drive on a scrambler and I went for a motorised gallop around the neighbourhood. It left an impression on me how the bike could manoeuvre on roads, fields, gravel and tar with ease and – of course – where no four-wheel vehicle could dare travel. It brought back memories when I was operational commander at Table Bay Harbour – how visible and effective motorbike patrols were. It was an impressionable sight to see these crime prevention bikers perform their duties in pairs. Why are these resources not used to their full potential? Should those in authority not rekindle our metal-mounted steeds in crime prevention? Should motorbike neighbourhood watch patrols, in conjunction with law enforcement bikers, not be looked at? Criminals will get the shock of their lives to see our mounted patrols, not to mention the assurance it will give to our law abiding citizens. I hope someone puts these (suggestions) into action. KEITH BLAKE

Thank you for your support support WE, the Klaasen family, would like to relay our heartfelt thanks for all the support in the form of prayers, phone calls, text messages and visits during our time of bereavement in losing our dear mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt, Johanna Klaasen. May you be blessed beyond comprehension. DAVID KLAASEN

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List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R689 000: MONTEGU’S GIFT Spacious Freestanding 4 Bedrooms with Built in Cupboards, Main En-suite, Lounge, Dinning, Fireplace, Tv Room, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Carport for 4 cars automated doors + Double Garage & Garden KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

R279 000: TAFELSIG:3 Bedroom Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath Garage, Parking for 3 Cars. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411 R249 000: TAFELSIG: 3 Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Bath, Garage SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 R180 000: SANDOWN COURT GRASSY PARK CASH ONLY: 2 Bdm Flat Ground Floor, Bathrm, Kitchen with Pantry, Lnge, 1Parking Bay Close R450 000 PORTLAND (BLUE HORIZON) Fully Enclosed Semi Detached 3 Bedroom House Consisting of to All Amenities. KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

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CRAWFORD:

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R1.45 Mill

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+M/Q:1Bed,bath.403sq

FAIZAL : 081-818 7510

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Agents wanted in Mitchells

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D/rm,Ffk,F/bath,Mes,E/room ,T/v room,Garage x3cars ,G/Flat:2Beds,bath,K. 920sq INGRID : 072-409 0559

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LOTUS RIVER: R680.000excl 3Beds, 2x F/Bath, 2x FK, TVrm, 304m, Carport, P(4xCars), Braai, , E/Garden FREDELENE 078 551 0906

MANENBERG: R429.999excl 3Beds, Lnge cm Drm, FFK, Dble Façade Carport, Laundry, Storerm, Encl. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

OTTERY: R375.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xB), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, P/Bay, Communal pool, Encl JESICHA 073 698 9260

CRAWFORD: R1.3mill F/s, 4Beds(2xB), TVrm, Mes, FFK (Defy), D/Garage, 497m, Encl + more MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

VANGUARD ESTATE: R1150.000excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Braai, Fireplace, Sep.Ent, Pool, 3xGarages, Encl. NORMAN 083 772 8912

BONTEHEUWEL: R395.000excl F/s, 3Beds (1xBics), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Carport, E/Garden, Braai, Encl, B/Bars. FREDELENE 078 551 0906

GRASSY PARK: R450.000excl Vacant Plot 717m KEITH 084 888 2526

BONTEHEUWEL: R280.000excl Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, 249m. NORMAN 083 772 8912

GRASSY PARK: R580.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, Storerm, Garage, Asbestos roof, 457mP/Floors. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

HANOVER PARK: R260.000neg Semi, 2Beds(1xB), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Yard Paved, B/Bars, Encl, P/Floors. ACHMAT 079 542 1992

LOTUS RIVER: 529.999neg Vacant Plot 1000m, Zoned For Business/ Commercial. ABDULLATIEF 082 941 7482

MONTAGUS GIFT: R799.000excl F/s, 5Beds(2xB), 2xF/Bath, FFK, G/Flat, Garage, Carport, E/Garden, Encl FRANK 082 827 8421

BONTEHEUWEL: R250.000excl Mais, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Family Bath, Kitchen, Carport, Enclosed DESIREE 079 875 9975

PINELANDS: R575.000excl Flat, 2Beds(Bics), LOPFK, C/Pool, P/Bay, Laundry, Gym, Encl, S/Gates. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

BONTEHEUWEL: R409.999excl Renovated Duplex, 3Beds, Mes, FFK, 2x Carport, Face brick Encl, Lnge, Drm NAJWA 082 377 7027

GRASSY PARK: R699.999excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, F/Carport, Encl, 466m, Tiled roof. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

OTTERY: R430.000excl Fist Floor Flat, 2Beds(Bics), FFK, Lounge, F/Bath, P/Bay, Encl. GILLEAN 073 551 2625 KUILSRIVER: R2,2mill F/s, 3Beds, FFK, Pool, 3x D/Gar, 1020m, Encl, Cameras, FRANK 082 827 8421

HYDE PARK: R500.000excl OTTERY: R490.000excl G/Floor 2Beds(1xB), Lounge, F/Bath, FFK, F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, Fireplace, Kitchen, G/Flat, Carport, Encl, 403m + More. P/Bay, Encl, Fully tiled, TV unit, B/Bars. NAJWA 082 377 7027 FREDELENE 078 551 0906 RONDEBOSCH EAST: R2,9 mill D/s, 5Beds, Ent.Hall, TVrm, 3x F/Bath, FFK, 3x Fireplace, Dble/Garage ISHERENE 083 350 2777

BELGRAVIA: R880.000excl F/s, 4Beds(3xB), FFK (D/stove), Braai, Ent. Area, Garage, Carport, E/Garden GILLEAN 073 551 2625

DELFT: R200.000excl Semi, 2Beds, LOPK, F/Bath, Encl, Tenants in property is using one room as a shop. FATGIEYAH 073 632 3889

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Seawinds R310 000

Seawinds R420 000

Montagus Village R200 000

Penlyn Estate R1 200 000

Sybrand Park R1 500 000

Rylands R1 700 000

Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711

Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711

Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711

Bonni Morris 083 350 9509

Bonni Morris 083 350 9509

Bonni Morris 083 350 9509

Retreat – PRICE ON REQUEST

Zwaans Mews R900 000

Grassy Park R599 000

Ottery R1 200 000

Retreat R320 000

Steenberg R580 000

Linda Cornelius Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711 083 668 8711

Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711

Karen Wilson 082 070 2493

Janine Hendricks 076 812 1017

Linda Cornelius 083 668 8711

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Coniston Park R550 000

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BONTEHEUWEL – R399, 000.00 – 3 Bed, facebrick front, fully secured, b/bars, FK, lounge & d/room, fam bath, garage. STRANDFONTEIN– R560,000.00- 3 beds, bics, fam bath, sep toilet, FFK/OP, lounge, jet master, sngle gar, double c/port, paved.

GRASSY PARK – R1,250,000.00-6 Bed, bics ,mes, ffk, d/room & PLUMSTEAD– R650,000 (complex)- 2 Bed, kitch, d/room & lounge , fam bath, dbl garage, pool, alarm, ent area, indoor braai lounge, fam bath, sgl garage, ON THE BAY - neat 3 beds, bics in 2, main en-suite, lounge, ent SEAWINDS– R440,000- 3 bed with bics, FFK, lounge, fam bath, area, bar area, built in area. gar + c/port Carl – 072 235 5917 RETREAT – R680,000,00 – TOWNHOUSE - Fully encl, 4 beds, bics in 2, FK, storeroom, d/room & lounge, fam bath, sgle gar & sgle c/port, d/lights, lam floors in 3 beds, alum windows, alum TAFELSIG – R280,000- 3 bed, o/p kitchen , lounge, fam bath, front door, moulded/designer cornices and ceilings garage converted into tuck-shop SOUTHFIELD- R1, 250, 000.00 - 4 Beds with bics, b/ bars, DELFT – R100,000- 1 Bed , fam bath, parking carpets, FFK, Sep lounge, sunken TV room, Fam bath, pool, ent BONTEHEUWEL – R280,000- 2 bed, kitchen, fam bath, d/room, area, bar & undercover braai lounge or TV room WOODSTOCK – R365, 000.00 - 1 bed converted to 2 beds with GRASSY PARK- R385, 000.00- 2 Bed ground floor, kitch, bath, lounge, kitchen and fam bath toilet PORTLANDS- R485, 000.00 - 3 bed corner plot, bics in 2nd bed, Edgar – 078 642 8473 blinds, FFK, lounge, fam bath with shower, brick boundary wall, 2 entrances, single carport in front, double carport at the back. STRANDFONTEIN – R580, 000.00 – 3 bed with bics, FK, fam WETTON-R1.150,000.00 – Perfect for business location, neat as bath, ent area, garage, pool. a pin, 3 beds, bics in 2,large main bed, lounge, FFK, tandem PENLYN ESTATE – R1, 680, 000.00 – Downstairs 2 beds, 1 with carport & remote controlled garage, undercover braai area, alarm, bics & en-suite, library, sunken lounge, sep bath & toilet, wendy house FFK,,pantry & scullery, auto gar for 3 cars. Upstairs – 2 beds, ST HELENA BAY PLOTS – R1,500,000.00 – 44 Plots with a total balcony on 2nd bed, walk in closet, FK, lounge, domestic accom extent of 1.33 hectares. with shower & toilet, sep entrance, kitchen, bath & shower, sunken Charles – 082 498 4725 lounge & d/room. MORGENSTER – R495,000.00 – corner plot, big grounds, fully encl, very neat, 2 beds with bics, lounge, o/p ffk & dining room, fam bath, single garage, big garden. Tania – 084 506 4764

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RYLANDS Doring Rd. R350 000 neg. Vacant plot measuring 273m².

Ruth Rd. R2.5M. Prime

Investment Property on 992m² Erf. Fully fitted, spacious and neat 3 bed home, lounge, kitch, TV room plus 5 fully fitted flatlets. Current rental income - R15 500. Potential rental income - R22 000. Ample parking

SAVE R100

VERROZ GATES & FENCING

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INSTALLATION

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MOTOR ONLY R1900 CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE QUOTE OR ON SITE INSPECTION TEL: 021 638 4565 CELL: 083 786 5405

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Hood Road. R800 000. Vacant plot measuring 626m².Ideally suited for a set of semi•s PENLYN ESTATE Bornite Road. R1.65M. Fully fitted 3 bed family home on 565m² Erf, with lounge / dining room; TV room; 2 baths. Separate entertainment area ++ additional studio, which presents a perfect work from home opportunity. Remote garaging for six vehicles.

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CM-DIENSTE-29/11-MAC

GONA 082 926 2371 www.pillayproperties.co.za

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250 EERSTERIVIER R449 000

STRANDFONTEIN R599 000

LOVELY 4 BEDS Laminated floors,stunning bathroom with corner bath + shower,nice lounge,fully fitted kitchen + Garage for approx 3 cars.Very Neat

RETREAT R699 000

CLOSE TO RETREAT ROAD Free-Standing 3 beds,spacious lounge & fitted kitchen,bathroom + Long Drive-way.

LARGE 3 BEDS En-suite,large lounge,fitted kitchen,family bathroom,garage +++ Large 496m2 Plot

LENTEGEUR ONLY R299 000

OLD WOODLANDS ONLY R299 000

3 BEDS

LOVELY 3 BEDS Lounge,kitchen,bathroom,drive-way and secure parking for 2 cars + Verandah/Pergola.Very Neat

Lounge,kitchen,bathroom.Close To clock Tower.If your combined wages is approx R9000.00 per month you could buy this house.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

STRANDFONTEIN

R550 000

Lovely 3 beds, bic’s, large lounge, fully fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, drive-way + Garage + Yard.

STRANDFONTEIN

COLORADO

(LONDON VILLAGE)

R539 000

Lovely 2 beds, bic’s, laminated floors, spacious lounge, large fully fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, large yard, drive-thru remote garage for 2 cars.

(CLOSE TO CHURCH STREET)

BROADLAN VILLAGE R649 000 STRAND ONLY R320 000

4 beds, bic’s, en-suite, tiled lounge + dining, guest bathroom, fully fitted kitchen, Garage for 4 cars, built in braai, paved backyard.

Free-Standing.Lovely 3 beds, bic’s, fitted kitchen, lounge, bathroom, aluminium frames, burglar bars. What A bargain!

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 or 082 673 1503

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

MONTAGUE SPRINGS R599 000

HANOVER PARK ONLY R299 000

Grassy Park (Close To M5 Highway) R1 050 million

Tafelsig Only R239 000

WHAT A BARGAIN 3 large beds, en-suite, lounge, Own your own Holiday Home and get rental income.2 beds,bics,tiled bathroom,fully fitted kitchen,lounge with fire-place,patio with braai,communal heated pool,next to vineyard and Avalon Springs.Approx R40 000 Nett profit a year after expenses paid.

LARGE 3 BEDROOMS Large lounge + kitchen,bathroom,carport for 2 cars,enclosed +++ Small Granny Flat.What A Bargain!

Lovely 6 beds, bics, 2 bedrooms with en-suites, large fully fitted kitchen, sunken lounge, study, family bathroom, Entertainment area with Braai, Garage for 4 cars +++ Large Pool.

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. If your combined wages is approx. R7500.00 per month you could buy this house.

EASTRIDGE R299 000

3 BEDS Lounge,dining room,kitchen,bathroom

MACASSAR R499 000

3 BEDS En-suite,bics,fitted kitchen,lounge,carport +++ Garage

TAFELSIG ONLY R249 000

2 BEDS Lounge,kitchen,bathroom,driveway.If your combined wages is approx. R7500.00 per month

TAFELSIG R249 000

FREE-STANDING 3 beds, ounge, kitchen, bathroom.Large Plot.If your combined wages is approx R8000.00 per month you could buy this house.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

Lentegeur R329 000 (Behind Clock Tower)

Summer Greens R595 000

2 beds, bics, spacious tiled 3 BEDS, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, LARGE BATHROOM + beautiful modern bathroom with corner bath jacuzzi + shower, GARAGE FOR 4 CARS. fire-place, Garage +++ Pool.

Eersteriver R299 000

2 BEDS, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, DRIVE-WAY, LARGE GROUNDS.

SELLERS IN ALL AREAS

WANT AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST, EFFICIENTLY AND AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE? CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 / 082 673 1503 OR MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160/ 083 482 4250 TODAY. COMMISSSION NEGOTIABLE!

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 or 082 673 1503


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COUNTDOWN: SK Walmers director of coach Labeeb Levy looks over a training session ahead of his side’s opening Community Cup clash next week. Photo: Liam Moses

SKW steel up for rugga spectacle LIAM MOSES

CHEST CONTROL: RC Athletico midfielder Abdul Jacobs controls a high ball during Saturday’s match against Old Mutual at the Wynberg Military Base. The Mutual player is Sanylin Walters. Jacobs scored to help his side to victory. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

Athletico climb log standings

LIAM MOSES

RC ATHLETICO secured an important victory over Old Mutual FC in a Second Division mid-table clash on Saturday in Wynberg. The sides went into the match in 10th and ninth place on the table respectively, and Athletico’s 2-0 win has seen them climb above Mutual to eighth on the table. Sayed Appels, team coach, says he wasn’t aware of the match’s importance as his side went into all games with the same mindset. “I am not even watching the log. I am just thinking about winning. “The goal is to end as high as possible. We can still win this league, as we are a team with ambition,” Appels says. “If the boys can show commitment and heart then I can’t see anybody stopping them. I am with this team for four weeks and you can see the changes. The heart, discipline, respect and commitment is starting to develop.” Athletico were the first to threaten and got the game’s first shot on target in the 15th minute, when Marcelino Lambert’s rasping drive was parried by the Mutual goalkeeper. They took the lead five minutes later, when Abdul Jacobs curled a free-kick finto the top right corner of the net from the edge of the

box. Athletico increased the deficit, on 25 minutes, when a cross from the right flank was bundled in from close range by Daniel Molapo. The Lansdowne side were dominant throughout the game, while Mutual struggled to retain possession and invited attacks from their opposition. Lone striker Nicholas Levendal – and later Liam Vandiar, who replaced him in the second half – was left isolated too often and the only service he received from midfield came in the form of long balls. Appels was happy with the result and particularly impressed by his team’s wide play. “The team has started to show potential. There was only one team on the park. We tired a little bit in the second-half, but that’s understandable as this field is a bit heavy, while this was a high-paced game,” he says. “Whenever we go wide, we look like we can score goals. That is what football is about – how you go wide and how your runs are up front. If you can get that right, the sky is the limit.” Old Mutual will host Cape Town All Stars in Pinelands on Friday, while RC will travel to Atlantis to face Jomo Powers in their next game.

SK WALMERS could divert from their usual ball-in-hand brand of rugby to increase their chances in the Saru Community Cup. The Green Point side host Worcester Villagers in their first game of the inaugural tournament, which replaces the National Club Championship, at the Green Point Track on Saturday 23 February. Labeeb Levy, the club’s director of coaching, says the team will aim to entertain, but may have to swap their traditional champagne rugby for a more structured approach, depending on certain factors. “We would like to play that brand, but we also have to look at the resources we have. We would like to play and maintain it, but, in saying that, the competition is very different (to the Super League A),” says Levy. “The people you are playing against also have a certain brand they play so we need to change it (our game) week after week.” Levy adds the loss of several stars to the provincial ranks could also prevent his team from spreading the ball as much as they usually would. SKW have been drawn in Group A, arguably the toughest in the tournament, along with Jonsson College Rovers (KZN),

GAP Despatch (EP), Villagers Worcester (Boland) and Sishen (Griquas). Rovers are the current Kwa-Zulu Natal and National Club Championships holders, while Despatch finished second on the Grand Challenge log just seven points behind Nelson Mandela Metropole University. Villagers won the Boland Premier League by 14 points last year and Sishen took the Griquas Premier League by seven points. The tournament will kick off this week, with College Rovers facing GAP Despatch in Durban and Villagers hosting Sishen. Walmers have a bye on the first match day and will use the extra week to wrap up their preparations. Levy believes his side could be in for a taste of their own medicine when the Boland champs visit. “I think Worcester Villagers will play a typical Boland game – keeping the ball in hand and giving it lots of air,” he says. “They will play their normal attacking game. They would have had an extra game so they will know the pressures that come with it. We will be fresh, so hopefully that will be to our advantage. “It’s our first game on the Track after a two-year break and hopefully we will make it special.” SKW are set to announce a squad of between 30 and 35 players for the competition this week.

Camp for cancer survivors

THE organisation People Living with Cancer (PLWC) will host its first Young Survivors Adventure (YSA), a survivorship workshop and surf camp, in Noordhoek from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 April. The weekend-long surf camp will include beginner surf and ocean knowledge lessons, outdoor activities, survivor education and plenty fellowship and fun. Attendees will have a chance to share insights and learn coping skills for many of the physical and psychological challenges cancer survivors and fighters face. PLWC director Linda Greef says the programme could help young cancer survivors in several ways. “Integrating the YSA surf program into our Cancer Buddies survivor mentoring service is a wonderful opportunity for us to help young people connect with fellow

cancer fighters and survivors, participate in new challenges and feel empowered to reclaim their lives and identities,” she says. “This is going to be an unforgettable experience for our program participants and YSA staff alike. We are grateful for the support of all our partners, such as Billabong, for helping us to make this idea a reality.” The weekend camp takes place with the support of Billabong, Stoked School of Surf, Living Art Farm, Bos Ice Tea and The Vrede Foundation. Psychologist and avid Cape Town surfer, Dr Helgo Schomer will participate as a guest speaker. The camp is free of charge. Anyone interested in participating in the camp can phone the PLWC tollfree line on 0800 033 337.

PACE MAN: Pakistani bowler Mohammed Irfaan completes his run during a warm-up match against a WP invitational side at Western Province Cricket Club in Rondebosch at the weekend. Pakistan are in town for a the second test against the Proteas, which starts at Sahara Park Newlands on Thursday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs


Tuesday 12 February 2013

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SA stumble at final hurdle COULD the Investec South African women’s hockey team beat London 2012 Olympic Games gold medallists and world number one team for the first time in a decade?

This was the question on everybody’s lips at the final of the Investec Challenge where South Africa, ranked 11th in the world, took on the Netherlands on Sunday. It was not to be, but SA made their fans proud at a packed Hartleyvale Stadium, with a stirring performance that produced two top-notch goals in an excellent second half. The Dutch raced to a 2-0 lead through goals from Roos Drost in the seventh minute and Kitty van Male in the 23rd minute, but the scoreline did not reflect the tremendous fight the SA team put up. World record goalscorer Pietie Coetzee and Jade Mayne came close to getting on the scoresheet on a number of occasions only to be foiled by the world’s best shot stopper, Joyce Sombroek, in the Netherlands’ goal during the first-half. Five minutes into the second-half a revitalised SA scored from their second successive penalty corner, when Lisa Deetlefs slapped in on the rebound.

SA put enormous pressure on the Dutch for a sustained period, but midway through the second half the world’s best team – devastating on the counter-attack – came back at pace. Forward Maria Verschoor beat excellent SA keeper Sanani Mangisa from close range taking the score 3-1 in the 55th minute. But the end-to-end action was not over yet, and four minutes later Celia Evans shook off a heavy tackle on the right flank and made ground under much pressure, before firing a cross to Mayne who was lurking near the left post. The Western Province striker made no mistake from inside box and narrowed the deficit. However, thoughts of SA being able to draw level and force the match into extra time were not to be, as Mangisa palmed a Maartje Paumen screamer over the crossbar before Charlotte Vega scored a relatively soft goal with only seven seconds left in the game for the 4-2 final scoreline. In the bronze medal match England beat Australia 3-2 on penalties after regular time finished 2-2 all. Netherlands captain Maartje Paumen finished the tournament as the top scorer with ten goals to her name.

PHYSICAL: South African player Dirkie Chamberlain challenges Netherlands captain Maartje Paumen during the final of the Investec Challenge at Hartleyvale Stadium on Sunday. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

National tourney announced

CHAMPIONS: Patrice Motsepe hand’s over a cheque for R1 million rand to 2012 winners, the SAFA Transnet School of Excellence. Photo: Supplied

HIGH schools across the country have the opportunity to win R1-million in the 2013 Sanlam Kay Motsepe Schools Cup. Registration for the biggest school soccer tournament in the South Africa is now open and schools have until Friday 15 March to submit their entries. Sanlam, the Motsepe Foundation, the Ubuntu Botho Trust and the South African Schools Football Association (SASFA) are urging high schools in all nine provinces to register. While the winners will take home R1million, the runners up will pocket R600 000, the third-placed side will win R500 000 and the fourth-placed side will leave with R400 000. The nine schools who win their provincial tournaments will also win R100 000. Frank Louw, Sanlam’s sponsorships manager, says football scouts from several PSL clubs will attend as many rounds

as possible, in a bid to find exceptional talent. “One of the key objectives of this sponsorship is to get as many football players – aged 15 and 19 – as possible to compete and possibly to be seen by soccer scouts,” he says. “Players who stand out will then be recruited into development structures to be nurtured and shaped into professional footballers. To be able to achieve this, we need to encourage all schools to register no matter where they are situated.” The prize money will not be handed over in cash, but will be spent on legacy projects identified by the schools. It can be utilised for any development project that enhances or advances the mission and objectives of the school or its immediate community. To register call Nelson Belebesi on SASFA on (011) 567 2824 or Frank Louw on (021) 947 2093.

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LIAM MOSES

NEWLY appointed Santos coach Ian Palmer is happy for his side to “win ugly” as they push for promotion from the National First Division (NFD) and a place in the latter stages of the Nedbank Cup. The Lansdowne based club will kick off the second half of their season – and Palmer’s tenure as coach – against local rivals Vasco da Gama at Parow Park tomorrow (Wednesday 13 February). Palmer expects the match to be a physical encounter, saying he will be looking for his players to play within the structures he implemented after taking over from Maart Nooij. “To be quite honest I don’t care how I get the points – if it’s ugly then it’s ugly. You are not going to have perfect football,” says Palmer. “Sometimes you play good football and you lose games. For me the brand of football is about staying compact and playing on the counter-attack. That’s the football you are going to need to grind out results in the NFD. For me, having its important to have speedy wingers and a top striker who can hold up balls and bring the second striker into play.” Santos will go into the game short of match fitness – as they have not played since mid-December

– and on an unhealthy run of form, having drawn twice and lost twice in their last four games. The People’s Team are ninth on the league table, after three wins, four losses and five draws, and have not fared well against local opposition so far this season. Santos were hammered 3-0 by Milano United, a side fresh from the Second Division, at Athlone Stadium on Wednesday 28 November and drew 0-0 with Vasco on Saturday 8 December at Parow Park. Palmer says his side will be looking to start finding their form in tomorrow’s game. “The first game is important because there is such a nice spirit in the team, but I think we lack the confidence,” he says. “(A win) will just give us confidence going into the game against Thanda Royal Zulu (on Saturday 16 February) and I think that is important. I will be able to see what I have worked on and if the objectives, in terms of defensive organisation and counter-attacking, is reached.” The former Black Leopards mentor adds he did not see the long break as a negative and would have liked more time to prepare his side ahead of the game. Meanwhile, Milano United will host Thanda Royal Zulu at Rooikrans on the same day. Both games will start at 15:00.

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