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MANENBERG: CONSTRUCTION TO KICK OFF IN FEBRUARY

A place to call home TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca

The living conditions of 573 families will change for the better once they receive new homes as part of a Manenberg housing project. Civil services for the project commenced in September, but construction is scheduled to start in February 2015. The project will provide employment for almost 200 local labourers, who will be employed through the Extended Public Works Programme. The homes will be built on four plots in Manenberg. Two of the erven are located on the corner of Downs and Vygiekraal roads and the corner of Downs Road and Usk Street. The third erf is surrounded by an existing residential development and is bordered by Irvine and Humber streets. The last erf is on the southern edge of Manenberg and is bordered by Landsdowne, Vygiekraal, Zwartskop and Wasbash roads. Beneficiaries will all be Manenberg residents on the housing waiting list. According to the City of Cape Town’s policy, beneficiaries are selected according to a mixture of applicants on council’s database within the areas surrounding the project and those longest on the database from outside the area. This allows for people from the development area to be accommodated to a greater extent than those from outside, to minimise conflict. A balance of beneficiaries from backyards and informal settlements is also selected. Ward councillor Junade Hoosain says it is exciting to watch the project develop. “This initiative will boost the morale of the community and provide so many families with a safe place to call home,” he says. “Some of these people have been on the waiting list for decades and it is nice to finally give them the opportunity to become homeowners.”

Mayoral Committee member for Human Settlements Tandeka Gqada says the total construction value of the project is R36m. “A civil engineering contractor commenced with the installation of civil services in September and will be completed next year. It is estimated that the construction of the houses will commence in early 2015,” she says. Manenberg resident Elizabeth Jantjies currently sleeps on a bed in her sister’s living room and has been on the housing waiting list for 17 years. Not wanting to live in an overcrowded house, she says she would be overjoyed to be selected for a house. “Every time I hear of a new housing project in the area I get excited. I try not to because of all the council’s empty promises,” she says. “For years they have been promising us houses yet nothing comes of it. I have learned not to get my hopes up. If it happens, it happens.” Everyone on the waiting list is deserving of a house, Jantjies says, but wonders how long she will still have to live in her current conditions. “We all deserve to have a safe place to call home, but I know of people who have been on the list for a shorter period than me and have been given homes already. How long must I still wait?” she asks. Anthony Davids says a new house and safe environment will be a blessing to his family. “It is not nice having to move from place to place, renting from other people. I would like to give my family stability and not worry about when the next move will be,” he says. “Being chosen for this housing project will be a new start for us and give us something to call our own.” Davids says it’s the little things that count. “We don’t need a mansion – we just want somewhere safe to live. Being able to let my children decorate their rooms the way they want and knowing we won’ t have to worry about moving will be special,” he says. Gqada says the beneficiary list will be finalised in the first half of next year.

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SUICIDE: KNOW THE WARNING SIGNS

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Desperation. Despair. No hope. Imagine reaching the edge of reason. Some consider suicide a cowardly solution to a problem. But experts and those who have attempted to take their own lives tell a different story. There are 23 suicides reported daily across the country, and a further 230 attempted suicides every 24 hours. Grim statistics revealed by the World Health Organisation show South Africa’s suicide rate is higher than that of the US and the UK. Although it’s a myth that there is surge of suicides over the Christmas holidays, the reason for people calling helplines out of desperation are different, says South African Depression and Anxiety Group (Sadag) manager Cassey Amoore. “Over the festive season we see a lot more loneliness, especially among the elderly,” she says. Suicide is an act of desperation, despair and sheer hopelessness, Amoore continues. “From the people who call us feeling suicidal, no one sounds like a coward. These are real people with real problems who feel they don’t have anyone to turn to and there are no possible solutions to their problems.” Finding hope As a teenager, Deborah considered suicide as her only way out of her hellish home. After suffering at the hands of a sexually abusive father and not trusting anyone enough to ask for help, she decided that an early grave would be her best option. “I tried to deal with it for most of my life, but I just couldn’t do it anymore. I felt like the only solution was to end it all. Anything was better than what my life was,” she says. “I got tired of plastering a smile on my face so that people wouldn’t know what was

going on inside. I couldn’t cry anymore – my tears had already dried up. Nothing mattered. My life wasn’t worth living.” One afternoon after school, she stole a family member’s prescription medication. “I thought I would go to sleep and never wake up. To me, that would be perfect. I kissed my sister and told her I loved her. Then I took a handful of pills and went to bed.” But instead of falling asleep, she suffered severe nausea which made her vomit up all the tablets. “I felt sick for two days after that. I was angry because I found out I had taken the wrong pills. I was determined to try again, but I couldn’t find anything strong enough to do the deed.” But today, she is glad her life didn’t end when she was only 17. “I eventually decided to tell my mother about the abuse. And while my relationship with my parents and my life in general is still not the fairytale I hoped it would be, I am finally happy. I found light because I found a better way to deal with it. I’m glad I did.” Taking one’s life is not a cowardly action, but a last resort when pressures exceed coping mechanisms. So says Inge, who tried to commit suicide 19 years ago. Suffering from severe depression, she says it is an illness which leads one to breaking point. She is still on medication to treat her chronic disease, but has managed to turn her life around. “I did not try and commit suicide because I was being selfish – on the contrary. I felt I was a burden to others because of my extreme moods and no longer wanted to be an encumbrance to the people around me,” she explains. She managed to get through her lows by seeking help. “I am still being monitored by a psychiatrist. This is vital to ensure I am in control

and not being controlled by my illness.”

Causes While depression is the leading cause of suicide, a multitude of factors drive people to take their own life, experts say. “It is normally a combination of issues such as relationship trouble, financial problems, health or illness, grief and substance abuse,” Amoore says. Inge agrees. “Without the tools to manage your depression, which is often caused by a number of different factors, you feel lost and lose all hope.” The most effective way to prevent suicide is to learn to recognise the signs of someone at risk. Between 20% and 50% of people who kill themselves have previously attempted suicide, Amoore confirms. Victims often directly or indirectly talk about ending it all. A depressed mood; a change in sleeping patterns, appetite or weight; speaking or moving with unusual speed or slowness; fatigue or loss of energy, feelings of worthlessness, self-reproach or guilt; and thoughts of death or suicide are also strong indicators which should put loved ones on the alert if presented nearly every day for two weeks. Additional factors that point to an increased suicide risk in depressed individuals are extreme anxiety, agitation or enraged behaviour, excessive drug or alcohol use as well as a history of physical or emotional illness. Talk about it But there is help for those who reach out. “You are not alone,” insists Amoore. “There is someone who wants to help you and is willing to listen. Depression is a real medical illness and can be treated.” V Call a counsellor at Sadag on 0800 20526 or SMS 31393.


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BELGRAVIA: COUNCIL STEPS IN AFTER COMPLAINTS AROUND PROBLEM PLOT

Exposing dirty deeds TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca

An underused recreational facility in Belgravia Road is being used for a darker form of fun and games. The St Frusquin Sports Field has been ground zero for illegal activities and unsavoury behaviour, locals say. But in the new year, council will finally be removing the barricades currently providing the perfect cover for people with ill intentions. Prostitutes and drug addicts have been the only ones making use of the councilowned facility, residents insist. Surrounded by a vibracrete wall, the sordid spot is obstructed and veil illicit deeds from the authorities and local crime fighting volunteers on patrol. But fed up residents last week met with officials from the City of Cape Town to vent their outrage. Led by Gleemor Civic Association chairperson Jeff Paulse, the group pointed out the spot has become an enormous headache for homeowners living in close proximity to the property. While on patrol, neighbourhood watch members recently discovered two people in a compromising situation in a car parked inside the sports field. “The wall makes it difficult for patrollers to see what is going on. Belgravia Road residents also can’t see what is happening there,” he insisted. Besides being frequented by prostitutes and their clients looking for a quiet spot to do business, drug users have also made themselves comfortable on the property, Paulse said.

“We want the wall removed. Then everyone will be visible, making it easier for the neighbourhood watch to keep an eye on the premises.” A resident said she is particularly perturbed about the suspicious activities which take place after dark. “I live right opposite the field and often see parked cars and loiterers. The people who hang around here don’t want to be seen.” Council has agreed to step in by removing the vibracrete and replacing it with palisade fencing, ward councillor Magadien Davids says. “We are going to use of the ward’s capital funding to replace it in the new year,” he says. “We are also going to add two or three extra gates to the sports field so that it is more accessible, not only for neighbourhood watches to patrol but also for residents.” Mayoral Committee member for Community Services and Special Projects Belinda Walker says the issues related to the sports field have been brought to the attention of Metro Police and Law Enforcement. “They will try to include the sports field in their patrols when they are in that vicinity,”

FIELD OF FILTH: The St Frusquin Sports Field in Belgravia Road is the perfect plot for people with ill intentions to do their deeds, upset residents say. PHOTO: TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN

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HOMELESSNESS: GRIM REALITY FOR STREET PEOPLE

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Surrounded by happy families and streets covered in lights, few notice the weary, weather-beaten faces lurking in the shadows. The festive season is a period where new clothes, excessive food and pricy gifts are at

the forefront of people’s minds. On the streets, the homeless prepare for Capetonains with thick wallets to finally look their way. Children clad in dirty clothes break out into song in hope of getting donations, while adults offer to carry shopping bags for change. Some vagrants admit it’s also a time where pickpockets make a killing. But come December, there is a different at-

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A very merry Christmas Christmas Day in 2010 was a spectacular Iris Stoffels will never forget. While walking to an eatery after scraping together R35 for a bowl of curry to share with her son, she was called over by a man driving a “flashy Mercedes”. “He asked me what my plans were for the day. Initially I thought he was one of those funny people who want special favours in the back of their cars, but I was wrong,” she recalls. “When I told him I was planning to spend it with my child on the street, he told me to get into his car and show him where my son was. He had a kind face so I got in.” After picking up Richard (17), the man asked her if she wanted to join him and his family for Christmas lunch. “When we got to his house, I thought I was in Hollywood!” Iris exclaims. “He lived in a shiny mansion with wooden stairs and leather furniture. I didn’t even want to sit down because the stuff looked so expensive.” The man introduced himself as Mr Meinher and told them to make themselves at home. “His wife asked me if I wanted to have a shower before lunch, and showed me to the bathroom. Dit was net metal finishes and marble tiles waar ek gekyk het,” she enthuses. After enjoying a luxurious experience – her first time having a hot shower in over six months – and getting clean clothes from Mrs Meinher, she was shown to the dining room table laden with a feast. “I started to cry. My son was sitting there, wearing a clean shirt and talking to the Meinher’s son. He had already helped himself to a plate before the people even prayed!” she laughs. After lunch, Iris and Richard spent the rest of the day chatting with the samaritans and watching Christmas specials on TV. “But when it started to get dark, I asked the meneer to take me back to town. The fantasy had to end and I had to get back to my life. I thanked them from the bottom of my heart and the madam gave me a bag of clothes and bowls of food,” she says. “On our way back to the city, I asked Mr Meinher why he decided to spend Christmas with us. He told me he had so much,

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How you can help The homeless are urged to find the courage to abandon a life on the street, as help is at hand to help them become productive members of society. There is no replacement for spending the season with one’s own family, says Haven Night Shelter spokesperson Philip Bam. “The Haven’s policy is to reintegrate street people with their families and not encourage any activity that would keep them on the street. We believe people should be united with their families, especially at this time of year,” he says. He recommends working with the shelter to donate a bus or train ticket to allow street people the chance to be with loved ones.

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CRIME: EXTRA SECURITY MEASURES IMPLEMENTED

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Stricter security measures to root out crime from Nantes Park is being implemented. Cameras and around-the-clock patrols will ensure that a trip to the local public facility this festive season is safer than it was shortly after its relaunch. Locals raised the red flag after insufficient security led to drug dealing and liquorfuelled mayhem becoming a common sight at the Nantes after a grand unveiling in October. The facility now boasts 24-hour security to ensure the safety of visitors during the day and to safeguard the premises from vandalism and other anti-social behaviour after dark, says council’s City Parks director Chantal Hanslo. “The security guards work with the South African Police and Metro Police if any incidents need their attention. The installation of cameras will serve as an extra set of ears and eyes watching the park. We will have three personnel on duty during the day and three staff at night as well as five Expanded Public Works Programme workers who will assist with security during the festive season,” she says. Ward councillor Suzette Little reiterates that no anti-social behaviour or criminal activity will be tolerated. “We have also asked neighbourhood watches in the area to patrol on a regular basis,” she says. “There is such a different vibe in the park these days. Running and walking clubs, children, adults and community or-

ganisations are using the space, leading to the need for additional security.” Little urges the community to assist in ensuring that the park does not become another space contaminated by crime and disorder. “No drinking or drug abuse will be tolerated in the park,” she warns. “Those guilty of these offences have been doing it in full view of everybody. We don’t want that. We already have a problem.” Kewtown resident Melanie Oliver is relieved that the authorities have zoomed in on the Nantes. “Even though we were given a brand new park to enjoy, we still have the same problems we had before. A handful of people are trying to make it unpleasant for everyone else,” she says. “I always bring my youngest son here but the older one often comes to the skateboard park alone with his friends. Knowing there will be more security will help me feel more comfortable about sending him on his own.” Pensioner Mohammed Isaacs says he and other seniors have enjoyed getting together at the public facility. “Before we had to gather at someone’s house but now we meet at the benches in the park at every opportunity,” he says. “Yes, there are problems, but the more people there are present in the park doing good things, the less space there is for bad characters to roam around.” The City of Cape Town will host a community festival on Saturday 21 December at Nantes Park. The following day, Sunday 22 December, the Bridgetown Theatre Company will host a free community concert at 16:00 entitled The Beauty of Christmas. All are welcome.

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GROWING NEW HOPE: Oliver Michaels waters one of the 51 trees planted at Nantes Park as a tribute to Nelson Mandela. Olive, assegai and ficus trees were planted in public spaces around the city to symbolise Madiba’s qualities. The City of Cape Town’s Parks department says the olive tree most symbolises Madiba as it is known as the peace tree and for its longevity.PHOTO: TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN


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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 19 December 2013

SEASON OF GIVING: PASTOR REACHES OUT AFTER ‘DIVINE INTERVENTION’

‘Little things change the world’

TAMMY PETERSEN @TammyPetersen87

A home for the destitute has carved new futures for over 1 000 families. It literally started with a dream, but Pastor Zulpha Morris says it was divine intervention. Just under 20 years ago, she dreamed of a homeless woman living behind a franchise clothing store. Little did she know that this woman indeed existed and would be the first of hundreds she would help change for the better. Pastor Morris started feeding the poor in her community in the 1990s but aspired to do more.

“I was restless because while I knew God had big plans for me, I didn’t know exactly what it was He wanted me to do,” the vivacious preacher recalls. All that changed one night. “I had the most vivid dream about a woman called Maria. I saw she lived on the street behind a clothing store and a voice told me to go find her because she needed help. When I woke up, I knew exactly what I had to do.” After sharing her experience with friends, one pointed out that a group of vagrants were living behind a store in Wynberg. Three days later, Pastor Morris found the woman in her dream. “She was sitting with another lady. I hugged her and bought her lunch. I left her

LIKE BROTHERS AND SISTERS: The little ones say the shelter is their home. Most of them are referred to Heaven’s Shelter House by social workers. PHOTOS: TAMMY PETERSEN

for a few minutes to phone my husband and tell him I was bringing Maria home, but when I returned she had disappeared.” After a short search, she found the woman with her children behind a supermarket. “That’s when I knew what God wanted me to do. He wanted me to find people like Maria who needed help to turn their lives around for the better. I took them into my home and that day my family started to grow.” Pastor Morris has an intimate understanding of how tough it is to be homeless. “I was abused as a child and lived on the street since I was 13,” she says. “I know what it’s like to beg and to wash yourself in a public toilet. I now understand it was God’s will to prepare me for the bigger plan He had for my life.” Within a few months, her household was filled with battered and abused women desperate for help. That was until she found her now adopted son. “At only two days old, police found an infant in a tree in Gugulethu. When they handed him over to me, I looked down on his beautiful face and knew that he was meant to be mine. He was the first child I took in and he hasn’t left my side since,” she says. But while her family grew in size, they barely managed to get by on her husband’s salary. Her home was also severely overcrowded, with even the garage being converted into a baby room. While looking around for a bigger property to accommodate them, a badly vandalised building in Woodlands, Mitchell’s Plain was pointed out to her. Covered in graffiti and stripped of anything remotely valuable, her husband Abdul

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CRIME: ARREST AFTER POST OFFICE DAGGA TIP­OFF

Special delivery CHRISTELLE WIESE @WieseChristelle A Rondebosch East resident got an unwelcome surprise when the supposed post office employees who brought him a special delivery recently turned out to be Lansdowne police officers. When forced to open the package he had just signed for, the man was arrested for the possession of more than 4kg of dagga found inside the box, says Lieutenant Colonel Renette Bonilauri from Lansdowne po- BUSTED: Police siezed more than 40kg of compressed dagga after lice. following two men from the Cape Town International Airport. “We got an anonymous tip-off that there was a package of marijua- drugs into Cape Town, Border Police na at the post office and, on Saturday 7 De- spokesperson Warrant Officer Granville cember, two of our officers dressed up as Meyer says. “A 29-year-old Tanzanian man and a 26post office employees and took the package to the listed address with the post office de- year-old South African man were arrested in Athlone and Rondebosch East during a livery vehicle,” she says. “The listed recipient was a 29-year-old crime intelligence-driven operation,” he Tanzanian man. The officers delivered the says, adding that the Athlone suspect had package and after he signed for it, told him 35kg of compressed marijuana in his possesto open it in their presence. It contained sion. The combined estimated street value of 4.28kg of dagga. The man was immediately the drugs is R56 420. arrested.” Both suspects remain in custody. Only a week earlier, another 29-year-old Bonilauri says the most recent suspect is Rondebosch East man was arrested for the possession of 5.3kg of compressed dagga also in custody at Pollsmoor Prison. “He has appeared in the Wynberg Magis(“Drug smugglers nabbed”, People’s Post, 3 trate’s Court and was charged with the posDecember). He was one of two men followed home session of an illegal substance. His next apfrom the Cape Town International Airport pearance has been scheduled for 30 Januafter they were suspected of smuggling ary,” she says.

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VANGUARD ESTATE: CHRISTMAS WITH HIS BIGGEST FANS

Jimmy Nevis heads home TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca

While the glitz and glam of showbiz is finally his reality, a national superstar believes there’s no place like home. Singer Jimmy Nevis will be firmly planted at the dining room table on Christmas Day as he heads back to his family in Vanguard Estate for the holidays. After a year filled with concerts, hotel food and screaming fans, a quiet few weeks surrounded by his loved ones is how he plans to spend the fes- NO PLACE LIKE HOME: Jimmy Nevis with his proud parents tive season. James and Alfreda. PHOTO: TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN The local hero, who wrote hits like Balloon and Heartboxing, realises awards would be the highlight of an artist’s no feast could possibly compare to his moth- career, Jimmy disagrees. “All those big er’s home cooking. events and achievements are great, but at “We have a big Christmas lunch and my the end of the day it is the small things, like mom makes the best butter-chicken curry sharing a stage with some of my favourite and banana-cherry trifle. Our family puts artists or being asked to sing at a night vigil their own vibe to trifle,” he jokes. for Madiba, that mean the most,” he says. An overjoyed Alfreda says she cannot be Talent is only a part of the package needmore proud of what her 21-year-old son has ed to be a success in the entertainment inachieved in the last two years and almost dustry, Jimmy insists. “I had always made always takes up a prime seat at his concerts. recordings in my bedroom but never played Life has changed drastically for the young them to anyone. Last year I decided to go man who used to only dream of making a to radio stations, asking them to play my living as a songwriter and producer. song,” he says. “That in itself proved to me But while many may think singing at that I was ready for this. If you don’t believe sold-out concerts and receiving numerous in yourself, how can you expect others to?”


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ROAD SAFETY: BUMPY RIDE AHEAD

Brakes pulled on drag racing TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca

Drag racers will soon face a bumpy ride as two raised intersections and numerous speed bumps will be erected in Belgravia Road. Auxiliary officers will also soon hit the streets surrounding Wembley Roadhouse in a bid to decrease the incidents of public drinking and anti-social behaviour. This comes much to the relief of long-suffering residents who have reached the end of their tether with the mayhem and inconsiderate actions of street racers and loiterers. Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security JP Smith says the City of Cape Town has agreed to reassess the traffic plan in Belgravia and plans to submit a proposal for calming measures. “Many speed bumps have been approved for the area and will be implemented in the new year. We are also looking to add a raised intersection on the corner of Belgravia and Denchworth roads as well as the corner of Belgravia Road and 1st Avenue,” he says. Last week Smith, council officials and the roadhouse owner met at Wembley’s to discuss possible solutions. “The owners were very involved and said they would look into adding booms at the entrance of the roadhouse,” Smith says. To combat the public drinking, auxiliary officers will do bylaw enforcement in the

Healthcare boost Having attended to over 14 million patients over the last year, the provincial health department is gearing up for the silly season. Delivering a variety of health services at more than 600 facilities across the province, officials are aiming to ensure services continue without interruption during the busy holiday period. Provincial health minister Theuns Botha says the department’s emergency staff and equipment can be compared with the best in the world. Staff and facilities are prepared for an influx of patients over the Christmas holiday, he says. “It is the department’s responsibility to ensure we are prepared. However, it is up to each member of the public to ensure they behave responsibly and abide by the traffic and other public safety rules. By working together we can enjoy a safe and cheerful festive season,” Botha maintains. With more road accidents during the holiday periods, paramedics and emergency units are busier than usual, treating patients who have suffered life- threatening injuries. Those with less serious illnesses are therefore encouraged to visit their local clinic for medical assistance. “We urge patients who have minor injuries and illnesses to access health services at their local clinic and in doing so avoid a possible long wait at the hospital’s emergency centre,” Botha says. Nurses at clinics are qualified to treat minor injuries and illnesses and know when a patient should be transferred for further treatment, he insists. Professor Craig Househam, the head of the provincial health department, says the on-duty staff complement is also being monitored to ensure patients receive efficient care at public health facilities. “Our department is controlling annual leave and absenteeism to ensure an adequate personnel complement. We also use volunteers to assist us during this period. We wish to assure our clients that all our facilities will be staffed and our trauma units able to respond to emergency situations.” There are a number of hospitals situated along main routes and in popular holiday destinations. These facilities have plans in place to manage the influx of accidents that could occur during this time, officials say.

streets surrounding the roadhouse. “Wembley’s will also be asking their own security to tighten up patrols,” Smith confirms. Resident Alan Jackson throws his support behind the stricter measures. “We have been struggling for years to get the council to do something about this racing and finally real measures are going to be put in place to help,” he says. “Many old people are kept up for hours because of the noise and that is not fair. We also don’t want someone to die before action is taken.” Jackson says although he is thankful for the co-operation of council and Wembley’s, he feels if the store was to close earlier, it would be even better. “The reason people are still racing around at that time of the night is because the roadhouse is open until 02:00. While I understand they need to make money, there wouldn’t be a reason for people to hang around until the early hours of the morning if they closed earlier,” he adds. But another resident, who asked not to be named, believes residents are making an unnecessary fuss. “I remember coming to Wembley at night and watching the drag racing when I was a youngster. This is nothing new,” she says. “Those people complaining about the noise at Wembley’s or the racing knew about it before they moved here. As long as kids are responsible I don’t see a problem.”

NO PEACE: Residents living in the avenues surrounding Wembley’s Roadhouse are keen on the promised traffic calming measures to be implemented by council. PHOTO: TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN


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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 19 December 2013

FESTIVE FEVER: Bored children from Heideveld were treated to a week of exciting activities at a holiday club hosted by Woodlands Primary. The jam­packed programme had the children captivat­ ed last week and included a visit from the fire department, face painting, cricket, tree climbing and hours of family­friendly fun. PHOTO: TARREN­LEE HABELGAARN

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With the current lack of universally accessible public transport, the City of Cape Town has employed a disabled person to carry out a comprehensive audit of transport facilities. The study is scheduled to start in February and will take about six months to complete. The audit is only the start of an extensive project that will run over a period of three years. It will see the first 20 people with disabilities being hired as part of the Expanded Public Works Programme and being paired

off with able-bodied partners to audit the extent to which transport facilities are accessible, explains Mayoral Committee member for Transport Brett Herron. The decision to employ disabled people to conduct the audit comes after he took up a Twitter user’s challenge to spend a day in a wheelchair in April. “While I expected to be physically exhausted, the real challenge was the barriers in our path as we navigated through the city. Not only will wheelchair users be hired to conduct the audit, but also persons, for example, who have visual or

hearing impairments,” he says. The Phase 1 audits will include a number of central business districts and 200 public transport interchanges. “Over the three years of the project we will ultimately extend the audit to include entire transport infrastructure, including facilities in residential suburbs. We also have agreement from Metrorail to audit their stations,” he says. The 40 workers, 50% of whom will have disabilities, are already in the process of being recruited from council’s unemployment database. “They will go through a three-day

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. PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021-692 0221, 084 562 0811 .

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DJ With Sound 083 747 3304

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KINGSWAY COLLEGE www.kingswaycollege.co.za info@kingswaycollege.co.za NCV COURSES Information Technology and Computer Operations FASSET COURSES Diploma in financial management ENGINEERING PROGRAMS Engineering courses N3-N6 Mechamical Boiler N1 - N6 BUSINESS MANAGEMNT Business Mng N4 - N6 Human Resources Mng N4 - N6 Management Assistant / Office administration N4 - N6 Diploma Public Mng N4-N6 Marketing Mng N4-N6 Financial Mng N4-N6 SASSETA National Diploma Policing National Certificate Resolving of crime MATRIC RE-WRITE Visit us at Heerengracht Str. Pier House 701 7th Floor, Cape Town Call: 021 418 4287 021 421 9170 Fax: 021 418 4287

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. FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! % 076 164 0700

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CARPETS/CURTAINS/ UPHOLSTERY .

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A&G CARPET ANDUPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021-391 3483 OR 072 906 179 .

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. 1 m SAND, STONE AND RUBBLE Ph 079 776 8185 / 021-397 1501 .

1A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R12,50 450 x 450 = R14,50 500 x 500 = R15,95 VIBRACRETE = R28,95 Ph 083 683 8262

. 5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE PH: 021-397 1501 or 082 709 6443 . A 6 cubic metre sand, stone and rubble removal. Phone John 072 407 4289 or 021-761 2410 . A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 611 3627. . A BARGAIN FOR ALL SAND, STONE, RUBBLE. 3-6 METRE. PAVING SLABS ALSO. PH: 073 113 4221 OR 021-705 4652 OR 083 273 6083

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ALL CARPENTRY Hanging all doors, partitioning and ceilings, repair cupboards. and tiling. Ph Nico 021-392 6818/ 073 847 7831

. BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs and alterations. Ph 072-695-9738 . SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021-392 2894, 073 293 3952 .

CLEANING SEVICES .

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BLOCKS, MAXIS, SAND, STONE, CEMENT R75.00 DEL. BEST PRICES

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021 704 3636 021 696 3786 021 391 6330 .

ABACUS BLOCKS 190, 140 ,90 Sand & Stone

021- 376 1793 021-376 6364 079 464 4302 .

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES

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DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2299. Service call repair charge of R150. 083 288 2757 .

ELECTRICAL 1810

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. All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021-371-5362 .

WANTED TO BUY 1675

. AA's BUYS good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021-374 6060 or 083 948 2804

18 Linaria Crescent Silvertown

BUDGET ELECTRONICS 021 633 1802 083 486 5394 .

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FREE WATER Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge. Improv your existing wellpoint. Ph 021-637 5677 or 021-702 3888 / 072 825 9586

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. 24/7 FRIDGE REGASSING PH 073 4808 444 . AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 years exp. Ph Alwyn West 021-671 5786 or 082 705 8103 . ELECTRICAL SERVICE TRADEWORKS Registered & Qualified Pre- Paid meters, CoC’s, Energy Saving, Plugs, Lights etc. Cell: 083 493 6345 Email:tradeworks@telkomsa.net

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. 4 TON TRUCK avail for garden refuse and furniture removal. Ph 076 124 4713 . FURNITURE REMOVALS Ph 0786113627. .

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. GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accom. 6 &8 sleeper R1000p/n % 079 522 4309. www.weekendescape.co.za .

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RELAXING BOAT AND PLANE TRIP TO DURBAN IN JAN 2015 Contact Uncle Ike: 021-927 1920 083 459 5863

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. CHAR / CAREGIVER everyday, 6mths exp. Has Caregiver Certificate. Ph Margaret: 072 019 4617

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ERF 1851 MITCHELLS PLAIN H.V. SILVERSANDS DUINELAAN WESTRIDGE, MITCHELLS PLAIN KAAPSTAD

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VEHICLE REPAIRS 3080

ENGINE OVERALL, R1 800. Clutch overalls, R850. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. Call 021-376 6014/ 078 875 4394

Die Kontroleerder van Petroleumprodukte Departement van Energie 10de Vloer Terraces-gebou Riebeeckstraat 34 Kaapstad, 8001

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PROPERTIES .

HOUSES FOR SALE 3275

Tafelsig R250,000

. VIBRACRETE AND EXTENSIONS Ph: 074 321 9215 / 021-820 4384 . VIBRACRETE Walls, Paving, Plastering, Carports. Ph (021) 392 1433 or 083 539 5478 .

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Tolvry: 0800 11 9031 www.sanbs.org.za Volg ons op Facebook & Twitter

. ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713 .

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For all your plumbing needs as well as Certificates of Compliance, Call Frank - 082 354 4076 Qualified & Registered All workmanship guaranteed!!

VACANT : IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION, free standing, 3 beds, family bathroom, lounge and kitchen. Contact Miriam 084 970 4220

PLUMBING, Tiling & Electrical Tel: 079 018 2091

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. CLEAN & MAINTAIN POOLS. Ph 083 494 3939 or 021-836 8208 . POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021-705 8851

* Is your family safe? * Is your home broken into, emptied out, when on holiday or away on business? * Are your vehicles safe outside? * Do you have staff or contractors working without your supervision? * Worried about theft?

Tel.: 021 418 3724; of E-pos: fuad.allie@energy.gov.za

INCREASE YOUR SECURITY, YOUR PRODUCTION AND YOUR TURNOVER BY INSTALLING CCTV SECURITY CAMERAS

Enige besware teen die uitreik van ’n lisensie ten opsigte van hierdie aansoek, wat duidelik die aansoeknommer moet meld, moet ingedien word by die kontroleerder van petroleumprodukte binne ’n tydperk van twintig (20) werkdae vanaf die datum van die publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing. Sodanige besware moet ingedien word by die volgende fisiese of posadres: Fisiese adress:

We specialise in: * CCTV Installations * Upgrades * Satellite DSTV Installations * XTra Viewing DSTV * Alarm Systems * Electric Fencing * Repairs TV, Playstations and Car Radios

CATCH THEM ON CAMERA!!!

Die Kontroleerder van Petroleumprodukte Departement van Energie 10de Vloer Terraces-gebou Riebeeckstraat 34 Kaapstad, 8001

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FULLY AUTOMATED

GARAGE DOORS R4500 R1200

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, SAND, STONE BEST PRICES

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2 & 3 Bedroom Houses, all costs included. SMS "Greenfields" and your name to 083 655 1448 (Elbann Real Estate)

SECTIONAL OVERHEAD

FOR INSTALLATION

INCLUDES: - SINGLE DOOR - HARDWARE - MOTOR AUTOMATE YOUR - 2 REMOTES DOOR FOR R2200

CEMENT R75.00 Del.

SMS "Greenfields" and your name to 071 756 3230 (Remax Property Ass)

Phase 1 & 2 Sold out!

HOUSES TO LET 3270

SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL

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GREENFIELDS VILLAGE

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021 704 3636 021 696 3786 021 391 6330

We are OPEN during the FESTIVE SEASON

TEL: 021 638 4565 CELL: 083 786 5405

KINGDOM GARAGE DOORS .

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Strandfontein House to rent from 1st Feb 2014 3 beds, Kitchen, Garage Cell: 083 321 3430

10% Discount in December

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EMPLOYMENT .

GENERAL . AVON reps needed. Ph 021-696 5866 or 079 053 8019 .

. Plumbing - Elect - Drains R125 p/hr. Ph 021-7030906 .

Do You Own a House, Car or Business?

Die doel van hierdie aansoek is dat aan die applikant ’n lisensie toegestaan word om petroleumkleinhandelbedrywighede te onderneem soos in die aansoek uiteengesit. ReÍlings vir die besigtiging van die aansoek dokumente kan getref word deur die kontroleerder van petroleumprodukte te kontak by:

Unit 12 The Hive Mitchells plain Industria. CONTACT: Glisson Jacobs 021-376 1202 (office), 082 360 7412 (cell) Email: glissonjacobs@gmail.com .

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PAVING

Your Connection Is My Priority

WE WORK HARD FOR YOU

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MR FIX IT For all maintenance like: bathroom renovations, plumbing, tiling and installing of geysers, etc. % Ridley on 071 349 4741 / 021-371 2231 BE BLESSED

J TECH INSTALLATIONS

ERF 1851 MITCHELLS PLAIN H.V. SILVERSANDS DUINELAAN WESTRIDGE, MITCHELLS PLAIN KAAPSTAD

New Completed Houses

. BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, carports, paving, gates. Ph Albert 073 545 6994

NEED TO EARN EXTRA MONEY IN MEDIA SALES? SMS Fatima/Craig and the area you are in to 0739903739 or 0738413614. You will be contacted within 24 hours

Kennisgewing van ’n lisensie-aansoek ingevolge die Wet op Petroleumprodukte, 1977 (Wet nr. 120 van 1977) Hierdie kennisgewing lig belanghebbende of geaffekteerde partye in dat MOHSUN INVESTMENTS BK hierna verwys as die 'applikant', ’n aansoek ingedien het vir ’n PERSEEL-lisensie, nommer J/2013/10/29/0003

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ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. Ph 021-691-1936 or 084-921-5364

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Enige besware teen die uitreik van ’n lisensie ten opsigte van hierdie aansoek, wat duidelik die aansoeknommer moet meld, moet ingedien word by die kontroleerder van petroleumprodukte binne ’n tydperk van twintig (20) werkdae vanaf die datum van die publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing. Sodanige besware moet ingedien word by die volgende fisiese of posadres: Fisiese adress:

REPAIR ALL YOUR BROKEN BUILT-IN CUPBOARDS And single units, replace counter tops and broken cupboard doors, built in undercounter ovens, Eye level and drop in sinks, and all other carpentery work done.

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Die doel van hierdie aansoek is dat aan die applikant ’n lisensie toegestaan word om petroleumkleinhandelbedrywighede te onderneem soos in die aansoek uiteengesit. ReÍlings vir die besigtiging van die aansoekdokumente kan getref word deur die kontroleerder van petroleumprodukte te kontak by:

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SALES & MARKETING 4015

Kennisgewing van ’n lisensie-aansoek ingevolge die Wet op Petroleumprodukte, 1977 (Wet nr. 120 van 1977) Hierdie kennisgewing lig belanghebbende of geaffekteerde partye in dat FATIMA SUNGAY TRADING hierna verwys as die 'applikant', ’n aansoek ingedien het vir ’n KLEINHANDEL-lisensie, nommer J/2013/10/29/0004

& automation. 0765230306

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Kayamandi Elderly

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COLLECT AND DELIVER

MISCELLANEOUS

A CARPET CLEANING SPECIAL 3 Beds for R350 6 Seater Couches for R350 Beds, Curtains & Cars Ph Rob 079 248 4296 or e-mail: robertfenyes2013@gmail.com

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90

TV REPAIRS DSTV REPAIRS GHD REPAIRS

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ACCOMMODATION

Tel: 021-705 5922 Cell: 083 311 7195

. TILING + Laminated floors R50/sqm. Ph 084 978 9175 .

CARPENTRY

A BARGAIN BLOCK:

Ronald George Electrical Installations and Maintenance

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ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & DOORS Supplied & fitted. Chris 082 570 5686 021 - 638 5292

(6x3)- R6 500 CASH!!! Call 082-621-4441 021-393-5475

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I BUY, SELL AND REPAIR ALL FRIDGES, FREEZERS AND APPLIANCES DEAD OR ALIVE. PH: 084 985 7425 / 021-836 6678

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JOBS AVAILABLE NOW FULL TIME & PART TIME 8 Cruise ship, 10 Data capturers 10 Porters, 10 Cashiers, Call centre agents, 7 Flight attendants, 6 Office Administration 10 Housekeepers/ Cleaners 10 Waitron, 10 Bartenders 5 Bank Tellers, 10 Cruiseship Pier House, 7th Floor, Adderley Street, Next to Park Inn Hotel Cape Town before Burger King Call: 021 828 2416 / 081 8277 046 / 079 485 5896

OPEN DURING HOLIDAYS

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SPECIALISING IN: Tip Ups Sectional Overheads Roll Ups - Installation Repairs - Automation

Workmanship Owner Supervised & Guaranteed

Cell 071 782 2811 Johan (owner) Cell 081 270 7688 Johnny Office 021 982 0336 E Mail budgetweldingworx@gmail.com .

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 19 December 2013

On the sport pages this year

LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT

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hroughout 2013 the People’s Post sports section brought readers the most compelling and informative news from the southern suburbs. From stories about achievement in the face of adversity to hard-hitting investigative articles, we ensured that sporting highlights and lowlights were brought to you. People’s Post looks back on some of the stories which made headlines this year. Many sportsmen and women achieved on the world stage. In January Retreat’s Byron Wessels claimed bronze medals at the Kazakh Kures Traditional Wrestling tournament and the Asian Kickboxing Championships in Kazakhstan and India. Rondebosch Boys’ High School pupil Craig Emslie claimed silver in the 50m and 100m breaststroke events at the Zone VI Youth Games in Zambia. He was also part of the team who won gold and broke an African record in the 4x50m relay. Kommetjie’s Simone Robb went all the way to Peru to claim her gold, becoming the first women’s champion at the ISA World Longboard Surfing Championships in October. Not all of the achievers came home with medals. For some, the memories and sense of accomplishment were enough. In March Ram Barkai, Kieron Palframan and Ryan Stramrood, from Camps Bay, Newlands and Constantia respectively, swam a mile in the Arctic Circle, the coldest water on earth. In October, two of the group were at it again. Barkai and Stramrood were joined by Andrew Chin and Toks Viviers as they each completed 13 swims in the icy waters of the Beiring Sea. The four were part of a group of 60 swimmers who completed a world first by swimming across the freezing cold stretch of water. That same month Hout Bay teen and Con-

stantia Waldorf School pupil Deva Argue climbed 6 000m to the summit of Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. People’s Post readers also achieved in spite of adversity. Alex Boettger, an 11-year-old Milkwood Park resident, is an excellent example. The muscular dystrophy sufferer swam 100m across the Silvermine Dam in an attempt to raise funds for his charity, the Alex Boettger Trust. And Cafda Village resident Sergil January won the Blind Cricketer of the Year award at the annual Western Province Cricket Association awards in June. People’s Post also broke several hard-hitting sports news stories, starting in March with news that the Western Province Softball Association would not participate in the National Provincial Championships. The move left many of the union’s top players disappointed and angered. In the same month we reported on the suspension of Bluebells FC from the Cape Dis-

trict Local Football Association (CDLFA) after winning an R81 000 settlement in a 18month long legal battle. Bluebells sued CDLFA in September 2011 after failing to win a tender to run the tea room and café at the William Herbert sports grounds in 2010, alleging the tender process was flawed. After finding in Bluebells favour, the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court also served a warrant of execution against the CDFLA’s property in February. The club was suspended two days later. A stand-off ensued until the club and LFA eventually reached an agreement around the end of March. In June, People’s Post was also first with news that Cape Town was set to have a team in the Basketball National League (BNL), the newly formed professional basketball tournament. We also brought you news on an established tournament, with an article announcing a change in the club playing structure

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TOY RUN: Runners from the Lion of Africa Itheko Sport Athletic Club’s elite beginners group took time off from training to handover gifts to staffers and patients of the Groote Schuur Hospital maternity ward last week. The hills on the route to hospital serve as a training ground for the group every Wednesday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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