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HEIDEVELD residents have accused Metrorail of compromising the community’s safety by not taking responsibility for the upkeep of its infrastructure. At the heart of the issue is the railway line that runs along Bloukraans Road towards Heideveld station. Locals claim there have been several fatalities because the railway line is not fenced in, leading to many people crossing the line to move between Heideveld and Gugu-

lethu. They are also unhappy that Metrorail has done nothing to clear bushes in the area which they say makes it a breeding ground for criminals. Ward councillor Anthony Moses says he has been writing to Metrorail for the past year and a half to do something about the community’s concerns. “Gangsters use the bushy area to rob people and hide drugs and weapons. I have received numerous complaints from the community to ask for fencing to be put up there, but nothing has come of it,” he says.

DANGER: This bush in Bloukraans Road is cause for much concern to resi­ dents who say gangsters use it to rob people and store weapons and drugs.

Last December a man was rammed by a train when he tried to cross the railway line. Moses says he wants Metrorail to take responsibility. “They must fence up the area and they have to clean and clear the bush that is on their property,” he says. According to Moses, the City of Cape Town cleans as far as they can, but the area that needs to be cleared is on Metrorail’s side. “We cut the bushes, but we cannot clean up on private land. That area is mostly their land.” Resident Veronica Witbooi runs a crèche in Bloukraans Road and says the railway line has been without fencing for more than 20 years. “We have been complaining about this area for years now. We feel that Metrorail doesn’t care about this neighbourhood because they are not doing what they have to.” Witbooi is equally concerned about the criminal activity in the area. “It is right in front of my door. I do not allow the children from my crèche to play outside. It is too dan-

gerous. Besides, the gangsters and robbers hanging around there and it is a health concern because people have started to dump there too,” she says. Fatiema Petersen, who runs a soup kitchen, says the smells coming from the area is unbearable. “We must use incense sticks to try and get rid of the smells. There are constantly flies and massive rats running around there. It is disgusting. I can’t even keep the donations we get for the soup kitchen at my house. I store it at a friend’s because I’m too scared the rodents will eat it.” Petersen says she has even contemplated destroying the bush. “I wanted to go buy some petrol to burn the bush down, but thought better of it because that would mean I would be breaking the law,” she says. Another resident, Andrew Johannes, says he occasionally tries to clean up the area. “It is clearly causing a lot of grievances in our community so I try to get rid of as much of the bush as possible, but Metrorail still needs to come clean up themselves because

it is their land,” he says. Johannes has had to save his sister from an incident in the bushes. “My sister was almost raped here one night. It is extremely dangerous. We just want Metrorail to meet us halfway, but they can’t even do that.” Mthuthuzeli Swartz, the regional manager for Metrorail Western Cape, says fencing can’t stop criminals. “The purpose of the fence was primarily the demarcation of boundary and in its original state would not have deterred wilful entry onto the rail reserve by vagrants and/or persons with criminal intent,” he says. “Repairs are planned and prioritised annually in terms of urgency or necessity and implemented according to available funding,” he says. “The solution calls for a multifunctional approach. For this reason Metrorail engages regularly with both the City and Province to investigate the pooling of resources in this regard.” He stresses that crossing railway tracks is illegal and that offenders run the risk of being fined and prosecuted.

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

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nitaries. Mallick confirms that Sayyed Abdullah Fad’aq from Mecca and MUSLIMS from all over the Sheikh Muhammad al Ya’qoubi world are expected to flock to the from Syria have been invited to atGreen Point Urban Park as part tend the event. of the celebration of the birth of “We are urging the community Prophet Muhammed (Peace Be to become involved with this event Upon Him). in order for it to be a success,” Mallick says. The park will host the largest Those attending the first mass mass Mawlid on Sunday with Mawlid are encouraged to wear around 30 000 people expected to white Islamic wear, with the men participate in one of the most imurged to wear white turbans. portant dates on the Islamic calenAdequate salaah facilities will dar. be made available for men and Muslim Judicial Council spokeswomen. person, Nabeweya Mallick, says the “We hope that the Cape Town event aims to reflect the “Cape SPECIAL EVENT: The Green Point Urban Park will be the venue Muslims would attend the event to Town spirit of gratitude” during for the largest mass Mawlid this Sunday. Photo: Tauriq Hassen assist and implement this great inthe Muslim month of Rabi-al-Awwitiative,” she says. Prophet Muhammed (PBUH),” she says. al. For more information phone 0 (021) 696 The event will see many different Islamic “As Mawlid has been commemorated globally for centuries, we will give recognition bodies and organisations coming together, 8256 or 0 084 563 7862. Alternatively, visit to all groups who have maintained the beauti- with some international guests from Mecca www.mawlidsa1434.org or email 2 inful legacy of celebrating the birth of the and Syria also forming part of the list of dig- for@mawlidsa1434.org. TAURIQ HASSEN

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Countdown begins to new-look Mardi Gras OVER the next three years the Mardi Gras will be managed by a partnership between Extreme Concepts SA, Effective Image and Piscean Events put together by project manager Rayyan Bardien. People’s Post is the print media sponsor of the event, which is from Wednesday 30 January to Saturday 2 February. The partnership combines expertise which will make this Mardi Gras the best yet. Patrons can expect a new feel to the event, which will feature an entirely different structural layout consisting of three arenas. The concept of the entertainment is to cater for various age categories incorporating the “carnival spirit” of Cape Town, says Bardien. The Miss Mardi Gras, the highlight of the annual event, will host 20 of the top local community ladies, with pre-shows to be held at Club Galaxy and Club Downtown.

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The event now moves from Friday night to Saturday night as part of the new feel of the show. With the support of the local FMC and CCC some of the costs to host the event have been covered by the sports and recreation department. However this is still far off from actual costs as profits are to be utilised to invest in sport development at the facility. CDFA president Winston Engeldoe has urged the public to come out on the Wednesday and Thursday of Mardi Gras to support the various teams taking part in the Champions Cup, which will see the winners of the Super League and Premier Division in each age group battling it out to be crowned the Champs at Mardi Gras. Engeldoe says: “We are happy to have such a tournament form part of Mardi Gras as it is a fantastic platform for exposure of the talent within CDFA.”

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

People’s Post Athlone Page 3

Illicit deeds in Smuts Road Park TAMMY PETERSEN

AT CASUAL observation the Smuts Road Park in Rondebosch East is a well-maintained public open space. But for residents, it is a venue for illicit activities. Locals claim the park is being used by frisky vagrants and prostitutes trying to find an inconspicuous spot to render their service. When People’s Post visited the recreational area, one local pointed out two scantily clad people half-hidden behind a tree. “We can all see what they are doing,” he seethes. “This is a family facility which is being taken over by people who really don’t even belong here.” He recently took his son to play a friendly game of soccer with his friends and was “absolutely horrified and sickened” when he spotted a topless woman and a man without his pants hiding behind a tree. “My child is five and shouldn’t have been exposed to something like that. I cannot understand where this newfound attraction to the park comes from. These people just came from nowhere and the faces change from day to day.” Resident Mohammed Siebert has chased a couple from the park after catching them in a compromising situation. “The girl could not have been older than 15, and the boy looked even younger. The only plausible solution I can think of to keep these promiscuous people from this park is to fence it off. It has worked in other areas so why not here?” he asks. But, another resident says sex isn’t the only dirty deed the facility is being used for. “Scaly-looking men who clearly don’t live around here are also suddenly calling the park their new favourite place,” the elderly woman says, pointing at a man loitering on his own near the swings. “I have been watching him for the past two hours and so far, three people have walked up to him, exchanged something and left. Something tells me they weren’t swopping sweets.” This, she continues, is not the only “unspeakable deeds” that have taken place at the park. “Last year, a man hanged himself from the jungle gym in broad daylight. It was a spectacle – open for public viewing – until someone

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covered him with a blanket while waiting for the authorities to arrive. Definitely not something you would like to see as you’re having your afternoon cup of tea,” she says. The only solution is to put up a fence around the park, the woman argues. “These people with bad intentions should be kept out. This park is meant for our children and isn’t supposed to be used by outsiders who come here to conduct criminal acts.” But ward councillor Anthea Green says fencing the area off will be a waste of money and has proven unsuccessful in other areas. “If someone wants to get in, they will find a way in, whether they have to break down or climb through the barricade,” she says. Such a project should cost around R200 000 – money which will not be available in her budget for the next two years owing to funds already being allocated for other outstanding issues. “While other solutions might include cutting down the trees they hide behind or having lighting installed, this won’t necessarily stop these activities,” Green says. What she does suggest is foot patrols by police on the lush expanse. “Driving by doesn’t give a clear view of what’s going on in the park. It’s important that the officers physically get out of the vehicles to see what is happening, especially behind the trees,” she insists. Captain Allan Manuel, the operations manager at Lansdowne police, explains that officers do regular vehicle patrols around the park but only monitor on foot if people are seen loitering. “There is no point in walking around when there’s no one there. However, we were not aware of people hiding behind the trees and we will check up on that in future,” he says. Manuel encourages residents to phone the police, report what they see and leave their contact details. “That way, we can follow up to ensure that

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He adds that anyone caught having sex in the park will face a charge of public indecency.

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

Let’s talk about sex TEENAGERS can now legally engage in consensual sexual activities with one another.

CHOICE: Virginia Jaffe says: “No child wants to have sex at 16 if they have a good self­es­ teem. A child looking to be loved who doesn’t get it from their family will look elsewhere.”

Photos: Luzuko Zini and Tarren- Lee Habelgaarn

GROWING UP TOO SOON: Maarten van den El­ GROWING saker says he finds it hard to understand why there even has to be a law concerning sex and minors. “If you are 12 years old you shouldn’t even be thinking of having sex. At that age chil­ dren should be riding bikes and playing out­ side.”

UNACCEPTABLE: UNACCEPT ABLE: Jamiel Carelse says he doesn’t agree with the ruling as this could lead to children having even less respect for the au­ thority of their parents. “Now everything is go­ ing to fall apart. If children are having sex they will think they are adults and that their parents can’t tell them what to do.”

YOUNG: Sarah Jones says: “They are chil­ TOO YOUNG: dren; they can’t make decisions like that and they are not aware of the consequences. I think the legal age to have sex should be 18 years.”

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BAD IDEA: Mariam Carelse says having a law that makes consensual sex legal for children between the ages of 12 and 16 years old is not a good idea. “If children fall pregnant at such a young age it can have a negative effect on their future.”

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

People’s Post Athlone Page 5

Wood traders under fire

The stall on the corner of Jan Smuts and Klipfontein roads has been trading for the RESIDENTS living near a well-known past 40 years, but residents feel the piling fruit, vegetable and wood market says of wood makes it a fire hazard. Resident Zunaid Hoosein says: “There is they fear for their safety. a very good possibility that the wood could catch fire. That will cause a massive blaze and it could potentially endanger the houses around it. We don’t want to lose our homes.” Hoosein says measures need to be put in to make the market safer. “I just want them to make it safer by storing the wood in a special container or something.” Another resident, who does not want to be named, says she doesn’t have a problem with the fruit and vegetable trading. “I like that there’s a shop I can quickly run over to and buy potatoes. I support their business. I am just worried that the wood could cause possible problems. Fire spreads very easily. One spark and our houses go up in smoke – then what? she says. The market’s owner, Faizel Hendricks, says the City of Cape Town’s fire department was at the market in the week. “The fire department was here and they checked for fire compliancy and we passed,” he says. “I don’t know how people SAFETY FIRST: Levi Takazi, who works at the market on the corner of Jan Smuts and Klipfontein roads, shows how fire com­ can say it is a fire hazard when the fire department pliant they are. Photo: Lillian Amos LILLIAN AMOS

Smith says if there are bylaw contraventions it will be brought to the owner’s attention and rectified. “It is a part of the City’s commitment to educate and develop informal traders in good business practices,” says Smith. He adds that all trading bays in the Athlone CBD were proclaimed in the Provincial Gazette in 2009 after a public participation. “During this process, and also when the proposals were advertised for public comment, no concerns were raised with regard to this trading activity. “This trader has been trading in the area for a considerable time and provides a valuable service to the community, selling fruit and vegetables and fire-wood,” he says.

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Be on high alert at ATMs ATMs

IN SPITE of the popularity of internet banking, many people regularly use ATMs to withdraw cash for smaller transactions.

An electronic payment service says it is a routine that many take for granted and that’s what fraudsters prey on. A recent report by the Spark Cash Index showed that the average cash withdrawal values across South Africa for December 2012 was R485.07, a 5.99% year-on-year increase, a spokesperson for Visa says. While this reflects a greater dependency on ATMs for disposable cash, the electronic payment service cautions the public to take special care when using this service to obtain

cash – whether at a shopping mall or at the one-stop-shop at the local service station. The service provider highlights an example in which two men allegedly attempted to defraud an individual at an ATM by pretending to assist the cardholder in making a cash withdrawal. One of the men posed as a bank official while the cardholder’s card was swiped on a skimming device. The conmen were arrested, the spokesperson says. Fraudsters will use any opportunity to commit crimes, from looking over your shoulder to elaborate set-ups such as installing a CCTV camera and skimmer on an ATM machine to steal information about your card.

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By doing this, it will enable them to potentially create fake credit cards for fraudulent spending – all on your account. The service provider offers three potentially tricky scenarios you may face while withdrawing cash at an ATM and how to better protect yourself from fraud.

ATMs in suspicious locations You are taking a casual stroll at a leisurely Sunday market when you realise you no longer have any cash and need to withdraw money. You spot an ATM, but as you approach it, your instincts alert you to the feeling you’re uncomfortable with your surroundings. The right thing to do in this situation is to find another ATM machine that you are comfortable using. Always be aware of your surroundings. If the ATM is poorly lit in a concealed location, or if you’re just not feeling comfortable, use another machine. Also avoid counting cash or rummaging through personal items while standing at the ATM. Watch for “shoulder surfing” You are at a well-lit ATM in an area you are comfortable with. There seems to be nothing wrong so you proceed to make your withdrawal. You’ve always had trouble with remembering your PIN, so you quickly take a peek at your note with the number. In the meantime, you failed to notice two shady characters lingering a little too close for comfort. Memorise your PIN and never write it down. Cancel your transaction immediately if you notice suspicious activity such as someone lingering over your shoulder or suspicious equipment on the ATM itself. Also, choose a PIN that is not connected to your personal information, such as your date of

birth or phone number. Always take your ATM receipts with you. Keep your receipts to compare against your bank statements as this is one of the best ways to help guard against fraud. You can also sign up for email or text transaction alerts from your bank so you can be alerted to any transactions occurring from any of your accounts in real-time. Cash trapped You’ve input your PIN and the screens shows the transaction was successful. However, you don’t see any cash being dispensed by the machine. You assume the machine is out of order and go into the bank to report the situation. After you leave the ATM, a figure comes by and removes a device that is attached to the ATM and takes your cash. Always examine the ATM carefully for devices. Card or cash trapping devices are usually glued or taped to the card reader or cash dispenser. Also, look for extra cameras beyond the basic and generally obvious ATM security camera. If you run into any problems mid-transaction, don’t leave the machine. Instead call the bank from the ATM where your card was taken.

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

When winning is not enough TAMMY PETERSEN

HER eyes are mesmerised by the rapid spinning of the slots. It’s all or nothing; she is down to her last R50 and, if she loses, her children will go hungry for the rest of the week. Basheda is one of countless gamblers financially depending on the spin of the wheel. She earns R400 a week working at a shoe factory and is up to her ears in debt, something which has given her countless sleepless nights. While well-dressed women and men pull out stacks of R100 notes from expensive leather wallets, the mother of four takes her cash from the brown wage envelope she puts in the back of her faded jeans. She first got the taste of fast money two years ago while visiting family in Worcester. “We were simply going to have supper, but something about those bright lights and sound effects drew me to the gambling floor. I had a couple of bucks and decided to give it a shot,” she recalls. From the R50 she fed into the machine, she walked away with R540. “It would have taken me a week – and two nights of overtime – to earn that at work,” she says. “I kept checking my back pocket to see if it was still there. In my book, I was rich. If you’re used to not having money laying around, extras mean the world.” She has since spent every Saturday at the casino, at times spending every cent. “Once I won R2 000,” the 35-year-old says with a glimmer in her eyes before admitting she lost it all within two hours. She doesn’t believe she has a problem, despite admitting she once stole R200 from her sister-in-law. Neighbours have even phoned Social Services after she left her children – aged two, six, nine and 13 – alone for a full weekend while she gambled her wages away. “I don’t know what the fuss was about,” she says, irritably. “My eldest daughter is perfectly capable of taking care of the rest.” Research conducted by the National Responsible Gambling Programme indicates that while 50% of the country’s population does not gamble at all, 2.5% are problem gamblers. A total of 40% are recreational gamblers and 0.5% are pathological gamblers who require medication to stop. The difference between a recreational and problem gambler is that one understands that gambling is simply a form of entertainment, explains Professor Peter Collins, the executive director of the programme. “Recreational gamblers only do it for the adrenaline and excitement while problem gamblers believe gambling is a good way of solving their financial problems. They believe there’s a system to making money and that they can beat the odds while a logical person would know that winning is pure chance,” he says. Gambling addiction is similar to alcoholism as the addict has lost all self-control, Collins continues. “Usually the person is de-

IN THE NUMBERS: According to research, 2.5% of the country’s population is problem gamblers, 40% are recreational gamblers and 50% do not gamble at all. Photo: mycalumetpark.wordpress.com pressed or a substance abuser. It is rare that the addict’s only addiction is gambling.” Robert spends R3 000 a month at the casino and says he adds his “habit” to his monthly budget. His bond payments are in arrears of over R50 000, his wife has filed for divorce and the plumber has already received two written warnings for absenteeism from work. He insists he does not have a problem. “I’m just going through a bit of a dry patch,” the father of two argues. “I think I’m just out of sync with the machines.” His run of bad luck has lasted over a year. Robert initially visited the casino twice a year with friends, but after he won R15 000 on “the luckiest night of (his) life”, he was hooked on the euphoria that comes with beating the odds. “Since then I started focusing on specific machines and finding certain patterns,” he claims. “I discovered that my favourite games pay out most on a certain day, now that’s the only time I go.” Every Thursday at 23:00, he can be found staring at the spinning slots. “I used to win between R700 and R1 000 a night,” he recalls. After much coaxing, he admits he sometimes spent R1 500 before a big win. “That’s not important,” Robert insists. “The point is I won.” But he also lost the important things in his life. “My wife and children believe I have a problem, but they don’t understand the game. They live with her mother now. I will catch up on the house payments as soon as I figure out how the games changed and my family will come back. You must be willing to take the ups and the downs. I am sure I can stop, but I don’t want to. I like playing the ma-

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him a ‘little favour’. When I refused, he threw me out of his car. I walked for about half an hour until an old man offered to take me home.” But what scared her most was that she would have considered doing the “little favour” – had the man offered her R100. “That night I realised I had a problem. Even though I am poor, I am very proud. But there I was, a mother of three children, thinking of selling my body for cash. What had I become?” That November night was the last time she set foot in a casino. “I will never be strong enough to even have a coffee or watch a show at any gambling complex. You think you’re in control, but desperation and greed are ugly things. Until today, my husband still thinks I was visiting friends and family when I disappeared. And I want to keep it that way.” Mike van Vuuren, the general manager of GrandWest Casino which is part of the Sun International Group, explains a gambler can have himself “self-excluded” from the casino should gambling become problematic. “The Sun International Group regards selfexclusion contracts as legal and binding documents that can’t be overturned. It remains in place for a year and extends to all properties in the group which in the Western Cape includes GrandWest and Golden Valley in Worcester. At the end of the period it is possible to have the contract extended,” he says. Banning, on the other hand, is instituted against patrons for not complying with the rule of law or for violating GrandWest company policy, Van Vuuren explains. Contraventions leading to this ranges from disorderly behaviour to leaving children unattended. Offenders can be prohibited from entering the premises for periods between six months and five years. However, he clarifies the difference between the two is that problem gamblers are barred voluntarily. “As with all addictions, treatment begins with admitting you have a problem. They can discuss self-exclusion with a manager who will advise them to contact the counselling line and will assist them in completing the relevant forms which are signed by both the casino and the problem gambler. “However, this is not a quick-fix problem solver. It is still up to the gambler to seek treatment and to honour the terms of the contract in which he or she effectively agrees not to enter any Sun International property for a period of one year.” Families and spouses can receive three free treatment sessions from the National Responsible Gambling Programme on how to deal with a problem gambler and assist in an intervention, if necessary, he adds. However, no one but the gambler can institute self-exclusion. “As such a step could possibly stem from an act of vengeance, for example, this can only be done through the legal process of a court order,” Van Vuuren says. . Phone the Problem Gambling counselling line on 0800 006 008.


Tuesday 22 January 2013

Fight crime, one night at a time

NEWS

LILLIAN AMOS

DO YOU have an interest in community safety and the upliftment of your neighbours? Then Manenberg police needs you. Officers embarked on an initiative to strengthen their neighbourhood watches by relaunching their recruitment drives. Lieutenant Ian Bennett says they want to encourage the community to play a more active role in the keeping the area safe. “We want people to join and report all criminal activities or incidents that could lead to criminal activity. We want to create a partnership that will essentially bring about change,” he says. Bennett adds that neighbourhood watches are extremely important in the community and residents have a responsibility to protect their own areas. “Some people might think that the neighbourhood watches are doing the police’s job but that is not the case – they just help in strengthening the safety of a community,” he says. TAKING NAMES: A new neighbourhood watch volunteer Other main functions of the is fingerprinted. Photo: Supplied neighbourhood watches is also to Adams says their most active days are on work on socio-economic issues. Many run food schemes, children’s pro- weekends and during the week when people leave and come from work. grammes and sport events. “People get robbed so we patrol mostly “If socio-economic issues can be dealt with then police can go about doing crime preven- those times. Obviously weekends are our top tion. If communities can create opportuni- priority because criminals are on the move ties and keep youngsters off the streets it will then so we patrol from 21:00 until 06:00,” he reduce crime, especially petty offences,” he says. Adams admits that neighbourhood watchsays. Manenberg Community Police Forum es aren’t just about patrolling at night. “It’s about getting kids involved in differchairperson Randal April says neighbourent activities, assisting with food schemes hood watches are doing a sterling job. “They are definitely making a difference and helping the elderly. All these things in the area and I ask all residents to consider should be priority in a neighbourhood taking part in a neighbourhood watch to watch,” he says. Chairperson of the Heide-Cath Neighbourhelp keep the streets safer,” he says. However, April also says police need to hood Watch, Arashaag Sharpe, agrees with Adams and says remedial work is as imporplay an even bigger role. “We have meetings all the time and in the tant as patrolling. “If the communities, police and the neighmeetings there are a lot of complaints about the police’s response time when neighbour- bourhood watches are unified, massive hood watch members see something suspi- changes can be brought about. I can proudly cious. They need to step up to the plate say that our neighbourhood watch has done just that in this area,” he says. more,” he says. Despite the positive results they have He thanks members of the neighbourhood watches in the area. “I commend them for achieved, the watch still faces numerous their hard work. Not everyone has the cour- challenges daily, he says. “There are gangsters in the area and lots age to do what they do.” Llewellyn Adams, the chairperson of the of break-ins and drugs going around but we Kei-Kas Neighbourhood Watch says they on- are staying positive by making a change one ly have 15 members and they are always night at a time,” he says. To sign up, phone Manenberg police stalooking for new people to join. “The more people we have, the better. Any- tion on 0 (021) 699 9400 and ask for your area’s sector commander. one is welcome,” he says.

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First days at ‘big school’

WEARING shiny black school shoes and bags almost as big as they are, the class of 2025 started their school careers on Wednesday. While teachers struggled to calm the excited children

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down, the little ones forgot their initial fear of their new environment while making friends and settling in to their new “big school” desks. People’s Post visited three local schools to capture the first lessons of tomorrow’s leaders.

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A LITTLE HELP FR FROM OM A FRIEND: Logan Regue has a look at the numeracy efforts of Chelsea Dirkse. Photos: Tammy Petersen

HAPPY: Laaiqah Toffar enjoyed showing off her creative side while creating her own work of art. Photos: Lillian Amos

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ALL EARS: Taylor Pitcher and Lumkile Noboza are fully focused on the task at hand.

DESK FRIENDS: Raeesah Johannes, Liam Saunders, Keano Cloete, Firdaus Anderson, Zoe Brandt and Melisha May.

LEARNING CUR CURVE: VE: The little ones were on their best behaviour on their first day of school.

Conferment of Civic Honours Members of the public are requested to nominate individuals, organisations or military units for Civic Honours in accordance with the Council’s Policy for the Conferment of Civic Honours as adopted on 3 December 2008. Civic Honours may be conferred on citizens of Cape Town in the following categories: • • • •

Freedom of the City (person of distinction or military unit) Signing of the Civic Honours Book Freedom of Entry into the City (military units only) The Mayor’s Medal for one of the following: Community Affairs, Social Affairs and Services, Cultural Affairs, Youth Affairs, Recreation and Sport, Conservation, Economic Affairs and Extraordinary Bravery

A Civic Honour may be conferred upon a living person or in memory of a deceased person and all nominations must be in writing, must indicate the honour to be bestowed and include adequate motivation. Please submit your nomination to the Office of the Executive Mayor, Private Bag X9181, Cape Town 8000 or e-mail: Levona.Africa@ capetown.gov.za on or before Friday, 22 February 2013. A copy of the Policy is available on the City’s website at www.capetown.gov.za/policies or may be obtained by phoning 021 400 5841. ALDERMAN DIRK SMIT SPEAKER: CITY OF CAPE TOWN

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Tuesday 22 January 2013

NEWS

Premier’s project pays it forward LUZUKO ZINI

IF YOU have finished Grade 12 and have not yet decided on what to do this year, a stepping stone might be waiting for you in government. Pupils who have passed last year’s matric exam but have not been accepted at a tertiary institution or secured a job are being given a lifeline. The Premier’s Advancement of Youth (PAY) project will see 1 000 matriculants from the class of 2012 given the opportunity to work in local government. Zak Mbhele, the spokesperson for the Office of the Premier, says the year-long programme will see the interns assigned with whatever duties the host department assigns to them, usually tasks of an administrative nature. “The project aims to give recent matriculants work place experience and on-the-job skills training to make them more employable in the job market,” he explains. Last year, 850 people took part in the project and over 200 interns were employed in the education department, the provincial education minister’s spokesperson Bronagh Casey says. “Some of them have been employed at primary schools across the Western Cape where they are assisting teachers in the classroom, preparing demonstrations, helping with reading groups and other educational tasks,” she says. “We hope that these interns are gathering valuable knowledge and skills in teaching and childcare and will use these skills in future endeavours, perhaps even taking up teaching as a career.”

At the department’s head office, interns perform clerical, administrative and computer work to develop their planning skills, she says. “Other interns have been extremely valuable in supporting our schools after school hours in assisting with coaching activities and sport. “These interns are gaining new knowledge and skills which will enable them to grow personally and be better prepared to enter the world of work or further study. “So far, all the feedback we have received about our interns has been positive,” Casey says. Applying is easy. Visit www.westerncape.gov.za and click on the PAY tab under the Public Information pop-up. There you will find out more about each department’s selection criteria. Fill in the online application form by 31 January 2013. Applicants need to attach an electronic copy of their identity document and latest matric results. The internship programme will run from 1 April until 31 March 2014. Nozuko Zongwana, who recently completed her school career at Sea Point High School, says she applied as soon as she heard about the programme. “Hopefully, I will get accepted and learn as much as I can so that I can have a clear vision on which career path I want to follow,” she says. Nokuphiwa Tame, who attended Aloe Secondary, is determined to be one of the successful candidates. “It’s an opportunity I can’t miss,” she says.

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institutions ions Beware phony institut AUTHORITIES, including the police and the Department of Higher Education, are repeatedly issuing warnings for prospective students to steer clear of bogus colleges and educational scams. But while this is sound advice, it may not be enough to actually assist young people in identifying such outfits. Additionally, people may also become unnecessarily wary of all private higher education institutions, limiting their own access to quality education. Dr Felicity Coughlan, the director of the Independent Institute of Education, says that because the private higher education sector is highly regulated in South Africa, with information readily available in prescribed formats, it is in fact easy to identify credible institutions and their campuses – if you know what to look for.

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LEADER

Tuesday 22 January 2013

Game change

COMPETITORS in the first Olympic event ran naked. Women were not allowed to compete. Fast-forward to contemporary sports history and the natural highs of physical activity and healthy competition take a nosedive in the pursuit of monetary gain and podium glory. Not all sports people are guilty of doping. Yet surely those who do use drugs to enhance their performance and physique, do so well knowing they put at risk the credibility of the sport. Not to mention their lucrative sponsorship deals. The dark cloud that has hung over the head of now-disgraced cycling legend Lance Armstrong has come home to roost. Other world sports people come to mind. Marion Jones. Ben Johnson. There will be others with the proverbial feet of clay. The marriage of sport and drugs is not a message parents and honest sports people would want to send to entry-level competitors. In many cases, children at primary school level look up to their heroes. With Armstrong in the race, everyone else was cycling for second place. It was accepted he’d wear the yellow jersey. He was the leader of the pack. Literally. And he had the trophy haul to prove his dominance on the Tour de France. His admission – whether with or without remorse – to doping notwithstanding, the die is cast. The decision whether or not to strike cycling from the Olympic event, stripping Armstrong of his medals and the expected banning of dopers from competitions and the sport are all reactionary measures. The measure of the athlete lies in what really drives sporting achievers to follow their hearts to run, swim, cycle or compete in extreme sports. Parents and coaches do have a role to play to ensure the message to “keep it clean” gets through to their potential Olympians. Ultimately, though, the decision lies with the individual over whether to achieve without the benefit of performance enhancers or on true grit.

Remember who pa pays ys Cycling Cycling should should rega regain in credibil credibility ity THE revelation by disgraced cycling legend Lance Armstrong that he used performance enhancing drugs to win several prestigious cycling awards has shocked the sporting world. The confessional interview was a major coup for talk show host Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey says the interview was the biggest she has ever done in respect of its media exposure in her 25-year TV career. Armstrong’s answers to Winfrey’s direct questions were stark and forthright, but I am unsure whether his confession will grant him the same redemption that disgraced SA Proteas cricket captain Hansie Cronje experienced during the Judge King Commission of Enquiry. Many South Africans shed tears with Cronje as he broke down and wept, and I did not discern this kind of remorse from Armstrong or an overwhelming sense of retribution from the cyclist. I am bewildered by some media reports by the

stance taken by some paranoid parents who are uncertain whether they should allow their children to participate in cycling because of Armstrong’s doping tactics. I don’t believe Armstrong’s indiscretions should taint the sport. My perception is that although there are cheats, the majority of cyclists are clean. After all, it is a comparatively strenuous sport. Stringent and regular doping tests must be instituted for cycling to regain its credibility again. With huge prize money and the intense competition in professional sport, dishonesty will prevail. It is up to the sporting fraternity to achieve the desired prestige attached to the specific code so our children can respect our sporting heroes and look up to role models. MARK KLEINSCHMIDT

Road safety a joint joint respons responsibil ibility ity DRIVERS are far too cavalier about their driving habits. Most don’t seem to have any idea that there are any rules. Some of the things I see on a regular basis are headlight and tail lights that don’t function. Some drivers are still driving with their parking lights instead of driving lights and I still see cars being driven (at night) without lights. I don’t believe I have ever seen a driver “pulled over” for any of these safety violations. Failure to signal properly is confusing for other motorists.

Inconsiderate drivers think nothing of meandering along at half the speed limit, seemingly oblivious to the long line of cars behind them. Even on the motorways we see inconsiderate drivers hogging the right lane, forcing others to pass on the left, thereby inviting an accident. I am also amazed at the attitude of cyclists who expect the motorist to watch out for them and not the other way around. With our narrow roads it is completely unrealistic to give a cyclist 1.5m clearance. BRIAN HOARE

MY LATE dad instilled in his children the basic principles of treating others as you want to be treated, always greeting and always saying “thank you”. I have, in turn, taught this to my children and grandchildren. What I and others have experienced lately is the way staff at some businesses treat customers. When entering these shops or businesses you are greeted by a silence so loud it is quite deafening. The looks and attitudes of the staff gives one the impression you are actually trespassing. When, out of desperation, you address these staff the reaction is that you have disturbed some sort of unseen meditation. Where are the days when a valued customer – the pillar on which the owner and staff placed their future and survival – was given red carpet treatment? No sooner has a customer entered a business premises when they were overwhelmed with customer courtesy. Every pamphlet we are sent or every advert is a message from a business inviting or imploring us to grace their business and spend our monies on their wares. But the staff need to be trained on how to receive and direct the invited customer – whether they purchase or not. Those who show customer courtesy are to be thanked. A quote from Henry Ford comes to mind: It is not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It is the customer who pays the wages. KEITH BLAKE


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Team up – for animals IF YOU’RE an animal lover and happen to enjoy running as well, the Cape of Good Hope SPCA wants you on their team. Combine your two great loves by signing up as a member of Team SPCA in association with New Balance for the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon. With a choice between the 56km, 21km, trail run or family fun run, there’s a category for everyone. In 2012, 13 runners raised over R40 000 for the SPCA. Some of them were seasoned racers, while others were first timers, but all were united by their love and respect for animals and a desire to assist in the fight against animal cruelty. Team SPCA members will receive a special goody bag; a limited edition New Balance /Team SPCA running shirt; be featured on the website and in Footprints magazine/SPCA newsletter as a member of Team SPCA; be invited to attend a pre-race function at the SPCA; and receive tips and guidelines to assist you in raising funds for the SPCA. As a member of Team SPCA for the Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon, you will be committing yourself to raise at least R2 500 – thereby contributing greatly to the funds needed to care for, sterilise and rescue ani-

Do you need a break?

BOKMAKIERIE Primary is planning a weekend away to Langebaan from 1 to 3 March. Tickets cost R250 each. If you are interest-

Dog found A SMALL female dog was found in Pinati Estate in December.

FOR THE CAUSE: A Team SPCA runner cuddles his dog. mals in need. To enter, or for more information, contact Team SPCA manag-

ed, contact Brandon on 084 304 8222 or Marlene on 076 637 7276. A deposit is needed before Saturday 26 January.

The dog is black and white, and is about a year old. If it is your dog or you know who the owners are, contact Glynne on 0 082 472 2105.

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er Natasha Johannes on (021) 700 4155 or email her at awareness@spca-ct.co.za.

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Make the the arts your career THE Eoan Group School of Performing Arts will be hosting their open day on Saturday 26 January at the Joseph Stone Auditorium in Athlone from 10:00 to 13:00. Registration and enquiries for all disciplines will take place on this day. They offer tuition in ballet for children three years and older, modern dance, con-

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MUSIC IN THE AIR: Toya Delazy will be at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concert on Sunday 27 January. The combination of super talent Delazy, with the opening act by Lindiwe Suttle, makes for a fabulous blend of music genres. Delazy has made a real impact on South African Top 40 Radio with the release of her debut and follow­up sin­ gles Pump It On and Love Is In The Air. This talented young singer­songwriter trained as a jazz pianist, but her more recent influences lie somewhere be­ tween hip hop, electro, alternative and pop. Her debut album Due Drop was re­ leased last year. Three double tickets are up for grabs to the event. Email en­ tries to competitions@sanbi.co.za, with the subject “Toya” and your name by Thursday 24 January at 13:00. Alter­ natively visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter the online competition, which also offers three double tickets. The concert is from 17:30 to 19:00. Gates open at 16:00. For further information and ticket prices, call (021) 799 8783/8620.

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R1.050 000 R1.250 000 Fairways Fairways R995 000 Fairways R1.295 000 Fairways Agent Nazeem Salie Agent Nazeem Salie Agent Nazeem Salie Agent Nazeem Salie 073 834 9990 073 834 9990 073 834 9990 073 834 9990

R580 000 R350 000 Westridge Eastridge R299 000 Lentegeur Agent Mogamat Isaacs Agent Nasief Anthony Agent Nasief Anthony 071 594 0544 071 472 5777 071 472 5777

Mandalay R790 000 Agent Mogamat Isaacs 071 594 0544

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For Sale

Wetton

R1.1m

Large three bed home in excellent condition. Extra large main room, fully fitted, modern, Cherry wood kitchen. Four car garage, four car carport, automated garage door and gates, borehole water, fully enclosed, close to schools and amenities.

For Sale Zeekoevlei

R599,000

Large sub-divided house. Each side has 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen and bathroom COLORADO R 630,000

MARINA DA GAMA 750,000 Neg

NEW DEVELOPMENT !!

ON THE WATER !! For Sale Large level water front plot. 631 m2

Three freestanding 3 bedroom architect designed homes. Open plan lounge, kitchen. Family bathroom plus main en-suite. Tiled roofs and aluminium windows. Surrounding area developed. Corner New Eisleben and Colorado Roads.

ATHLONE R899 000 Large 3 bedroom

family home. Bonus - large granny flat with rental potential of R3500pm. Garage. 505m² Phone Alan 082 475 6643

R699 000 Cosy 3 bedroom home in move-in condition. Open-plan kitchen to dining area. Separate living room. Double carport. Phone Easton 082 476 1317

BARGAINS !!! BARGAINS!! WESTGATE R450 000. Excellent location.

OTTERY/ATHLONE TEL: 021 703 3466 FAX: 021 703 3480 View photos of our properties on www.rawson.co.za or www.gumtree.co.za

3 Beds with huge plot. Needs TLC. Seller will do all repairs at the same price.

ROCKLANDS R350 000

3 Beds, converted to 2. Ext lounge and garage. Fitted kitchen, situated close to council yard.

PORTLANDS R580 000.

5 beds double storey with sep bathroom and en-suite, with jacuzzi. Plenty of BICS with FFK. Garage for 2 cars. Needs TLC

VANGUARD VILLAS R395 000

Neat 2 Bedrooms, with garage, in secure complex. FFK and BICS in bedrooms Please call

079 768 6361 or 072 513 1554

BRIDGETOWN

OTTERY

OTTERY R610 000 neg

3Beds-bic's,o/p lounge/d/room, bathroom, ffkitchen, fitted laundry rm, sep ent-1bed, mes, kitchenette

2Beds-1bic's,o/p lounge & ffkitchen, bathroom, backyard, front garden - comunal & parking bay

2Beds, lounge/d/room, ffkitchen, bathroom, big encl stoep, alum windows & b/bars

PAM DAMON - 073 344 9161

PAM DAMON - 073 344 9161

BASIL WEAVER - 082 414 8232

RYLANDS ESTATE

Rylands Heights. R535 000 Flat. 2 Beds with bic, FFK, open plan to lounge, balc, encl gar + storeroom.

SURREY ESTATE

R1.050 M D/storey, 3 beds, 2 mes, lounge/diningroom, TV room, large fully fitted kit, dble gar. 480m2.

PENLYN ESTATE

HIGHLANDS ESTATE R295 000neg

OTTERY R599 000neg

SHERWOOD PARK R765 000neg

PENLYN COURT DUPLEX R500 000. 2 Beds, FFK, with bics, ffk,large lounge, living area 82m2.

BONTEHEUWEL

R385 000 Maisonette, 4 beds, lnge, diningrm & large kit, carport, R385 000

Ph Rukeya 082 7411109

Fully enclosed neat 565m² plot

BASIL WEAVER - 082 414 8232

Very Spacious - 2Beds-bic's, lounge/d/room, fkitchen, laundry, bathrm-o/h shower, yard & wendy

3Beds-bic's, lounge, fkitchen, bathrm-modern, laundry/scullery, sep ent-2beds, o/p lounge,

BASIL WEAVER - 082 414 8232

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WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU!!! KENWYN PRIME AREA VICTORIA MANSIONS - R390 000 R850 000 NEG Spacious 2 beds with modern BIC, 3 beds, bath, lounge, dining rm, ff kitchen neat & tiled lounge, garage, 496 sqm Large grounds, family bath, Ground Floor, Newly needs TLC, BARGIN TO FLYl!!! We can do the same for you, Call us today!! rennovated block, f/ secured

NEW RELEASE

(Large 4 bedroom Home)

Zeekoeivlei Only R899 000

Belhar (Close To Airport Mall) Only R499 000

(Double Plot approx 985M².)3 bedroom home,large fully fitted kitchen + Granny Flat + Large Pool.Lots of ground to extend.

Beautiful,Face-Brick 4 bedrooms, all bics,walk in closet, corner bath en-suite,large fully fitted kitchen with Granite Tops,corner bath & shower family bathroom,drive-thru Double Garage with secure parking for 8 Cars.Large Grounds.

Large 4 bedrooms, lounge + dining room, fitted kitchen, bathroom + separate toilet, drive-way, lots of secure parking, big grounds +++ Pool

(House + Granny Flat + Pool)

GRASSY PARK - R699 000 NEG 3 beds, bath, lounge, dining rm, garage, corner property. Large grounds, needs TLC, BARGAIN TO FLYl!!!

NEW RELEASE

SOLD WITHIN ONE WEEK!!! BARGAIN PROPERTY!!

KENILWORTH PRIME AREA - R2,8 MIL 5 beds D/storey, d/ble carport, unused pool on 1200 sqm, Zoned for flats/ corporate headquaters

GRASSY PARK - R795 000 3/4 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen fully fitted, dining room. Plus 1 bed sep ent income of R3000, plus garage

KENSINGTON PRIME AREA R599 000 4 beds Semi-detached, 2 bathrooms, 2 toilets, fitted kitchen, lounge, diningroom, tiled throughout

LENTEGEUR M/ PLAIN R 339 000 3 Bedrooms , kitchen, lounge, family bath, remote control garage, 172 sqm/Protea Street

GRASSY PARK FLATS FROM R160 000 2 Bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, family bath, Close to amenities and transportation

WESTRIDGE NEW RELEASER450 000 3 beds Maisonette, kitchen, lounge, bath Quiet area, many extras ++++++++

ZEEKOEVLEI PLOT R750 000. Prime area, vacant, large erf. PRIME ON THE WATERFRONT

GRASSY PARK PRIME R720 000 3 bedoorms, ff kitch, lounge fireplace sep /dining, 2 X 1 Bedroom Sep Entrances, cnr prop +++

LENTEGEUR M/ PLAIN R 280 000

3 Bedrooms , kitchen, lounge, family bath, carport, 165 sqm- REDUCED PRICE!!!!

MITCHELLS PLAIN EASTRIDGE R299 000 3 Bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, family bath, Close to Town Centre & Promenade!!!!!

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Zeekoeivlei Only R949 000

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SCHAAPKRAAL - 2ND AVE R580 000 Family home, 6 beds, 3 kitchens, 3 baths 3 lounges or 3x2 beds units, lounge, bath

G/PARK RADIANT MEWS R230 000 2 beds, ff kitchen with oven & hob, lounge, family bath, bics in bedrooms, ground floor

Retreat

(Close To Retreat Road)

R699 000

Lentegeur/Montrose Park Only R289 000

Kraaifontein/Peerless Park North R719 000

Tafelsig Only R249 000

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, Free-Standing 2 beds, Free-Standing 3 beds, 3 large beds, en-suite, bathroom, drive-way.If your lounge, kitchen, spacious lounge & fitted lounge, fitted kitchen, combined wages is bathroom,large kitchen, bathroom + family bathroom, approx. R7500.00 per month grounds. Long Drive-way. you could buy this house. carport + Garage Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 or 083 482 4250 MARK ANTHONY1 10X4 11-12-12-1BXSKCV

021 762 9992 TAFELSIG – R280,000 - 3 bed, o/p kitchen, lounge, fam bath, garage converted into tuck-shop

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STRANDFONTEIN – R580, 000.00 – 3 bed with bics in all rooms, fitted kitchen, nook, fam bath, ent area, garage, pool. PENLYN ESTATE – R1, 6000.000 – Downstairs 2 beds, 1 with bics & en-suite, library, sunken lounge, sep bath & toilet, FFK, breakfast nook, pantry & scullery, automated garage for 3 cars. Upstairs – 2 beds, balcony on 2nd bed, walk in closet, f/kitchen, breakfast nook, lounge, domestic accomodation with shower & toilet, sep entrance, kitchen, bath & shower, sunken lounge & dining room. Tania – 084 506 4764

ZEEKOEVLEI – R1,550.000 - 4 bed with bics, aircon, mes, FFK, d/room & TAFELSIG – R250,000 -3 bed, Kitchen, dining room, fam bath, lounge , fam bath, TV Room, C/port for 5 Cars & gar, solar heated Jacuzzi, TAFELSIG – R250,000 - 3 bed , FFK ,lounge, fam bath, garage converted into Alarm with CCTV++++++ tuck-shop MUIZENBERG – R750,000 (complex) 2 bed, fam bath, o/ p kitchen, lounge, TAFELSIG – R295,000 - 3 bed, fitted kitchen, lounge, fam bath, garage loft, study, gar + parking bay DELFT – R100,000 - 1 Bed , fam bath, parking PLUMSTEAD – R650,000 (complex)- 2 Bed, kitchen, d/room & lounge, fam BONTEHEUWEL – R280,000 - 2 bed, kitchen, fam bath, dining room, lounge bath, sgl garage, or TV room, parking SEAWINDS – R440,000 - 3 bed, with bics, FFK, lounge, fam bath, gar + GRASSY PARK – R385, 000.00 - 2 Bed ground floor, kitch, bath, toilet carport FERNESS ESTATE – R1, 195, 000.00 - 4 Bed with bics in 3 beds, MES, Charles – 082 498 4725 lounge 7 d/room combined, carport, garage, 2 bed outbuilding, borehole. *RETREAT – R720, 000.00 - 3 bed, FFK, Lounge, Dining room, Fam Bath. PELICAN PARK – R810,000 - 3 bed, bics, en-suite in main, lounge, FFK, Fam BONTEHEWEL – R399, 000.00 - Main House: 1 bed, Kitchen, Lounge, Fam Bath, Gar, Alarm bathroom, Second House: 1 Bedroom, Kitchen, Lounge, Bathroom, Parking STRANDFONTEIN – R599, 000 - 3 bed, fam bath, FFK, lounge & d/room, gar for 6 cars + carport. KENSINGTON – R599, 000.00 - Semi 4 bedroom, 2 toilets, fitted kitchen, lounge, dining room, tiles throughout BONTEHEUWEL – R420, 000.00 – 3 Bedroom, grey facebrick front, fully secured, burglar bars, fitted kitchen, combined lounge & d/room, fam bath, ZEEKOEIVLEI – R899, 000.00 - 3 Bedroom, MES, walk-in closet, family garage. bathroom, fully fitted kitchen, open plan lounge n dining room, double garage, PORTLANDS –R495,000 - 3 bed, 2 x bics, FFK, lounge, fam bathroom Edgar – 078 642 8473 STRANDFONTEIN– R560,000.00 3 bedrooms, with closets in main & 3rd bedroom, family bathroom with separate toilet, laundry under carport, fully fitted open plan kitchen, lounge with jet master. Single garage into double carport. Neatly paved in front. GRASSY PARK – R1,250,000.00 - 6 Bed, bics, mes, ffk, dining & lounge combine, fam bath, dbl garage, pool, alarm, entertainment Carl – 072 235 5917

CHARLES EDWARDS 10x4 220113 1BZMSQQ.cdr

MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250 Brackenfell (Protea Village) Only R599 000

Close To Spar Supermarket. Lovely 2 beds, bics, fully fitted kitchen,large lounge, bathroom,drive-way on side.Safe and quiet area.Early occupation possible

Bonteheuwel R399 000

(2 Houses + Granny Flat)

Eersteriver

(Fountain Village)

R329 000

Lentegeur Only R299 000

Strand

(Nomzano)

Only R45 000 Cash Only

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, 2 beds, bathroom, drive-way, large bathroom. Close To kitchen. large grounds grounds, clock Tower.

Eastridge R299 000

De Tijger Parow R450 000

Macassar R550 000

3 beds,en-suite, bics, fitted kitchen, lounge,carport +++ Garage Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 or 083 482 4250

1 bed,lounge, kitchen + 1 bed, lounge, kitchen +++ 2 bed Granny Flat. Parking for 6 cars

3 beds, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom.

2 bed Flat,lounge,fitted kitchen,bathroom,undercov er parking, communal pool, nice block, good area.

LOG ONTO OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW PROPERTIES/ www.ceprop.co.za Shop11, Village Square, Southfield Road, Plumstead.

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Grassy Park - (Close To M5 Highway) R1.1 Mil

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People’s Post Athlone Page 19

YOU’RE OUT: Nawaal Nacer­ odien of St Martins Soft­ ball Club slides in as Astrid van Ker­ sten of Gl­ enthorne A’s tags her on third base dur­ ing a Super League game played at the Turfhall sport complex on Saturday. Gl­ enthorne won the game 8­0.

SLUGGER: Warren Herman of Athlone Athletics smacks the ball during a Major League Baseball match against Bothasig at the Parktown Sports Complex on Saturday. A’s won the game 2­0. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

Photo: Isaacs

COME HERE: Marion Ford, of Battswood Soft­ ball Club, tags Dominique Charles, of Hei­ develd Yankees, and prevents her from scoring the winning run dur­ ing a First Divi­ sion match played at the Turfhall Sports Complex on Sat­ urday. The game ended in a 2­2 stalemate.Photo:

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GET GOING: Umpire Ed­ die Webb dismisses Bothasig head coach Raymond Tew during a Major League Baseball match against Ath­ lone Athlet­ ics on Satur­ day. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

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Thousands to walk for charity

ABOUT 40 000 feet will tread the streets of Green Point and Sea Point in aid of charity on Sunday 3 March when the 14th annual Sunshine D Polar Ice Cream 10km Big Walk takes place. Over 7 000 people attended the inaugural Big Walk in 2000 and the event has since grown into one of the biggest sporting events in Cape Town, attracting more than 20 000 participants annually. People’s Post is the print media sponsor. Walkers are expected to turn out in their numbers again this year, and Dr Elias Parker, convenor of the executive committee, believes the walk owes its popularity to the fam-

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sickly children. Last year alone R150 000 was raised for the hospital, and substantial sums have also been donated to the Islamic Library, the organisation’s other main charity beneficiary. The Big Walk has also donated large sums of money to the League of the Friends of the Blind and Gift of the Givers. Any funds donated to the Hospital Fund this year will be used for the construction of a new radiology department at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital, which is expected to cost over R40m. Prizes for a post-race draw include two airline tickets to Dubai and $500 spending money; a R15 000 training programme through College of Cape Town; and

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Palace back to winning ways LIAM MOSES

MANENBERG’S Crystal Palace produced a classy and composed performance to outplay Mbekweni United at The Greens on Saturday. Palace were rock solid at the back, fluid in attack and ruthless in front of goal. Bradley August, the team’s head coach and co-owner, said he prepared his side to dominate the match and was pleased with the 6-0 victory. “The win was very important for us because we haven’t won for a long time. Our last win was against Old Mutual Academy in December and we lost our last home game against RC Athletico, so this was very important to give us momentum for the second half of the season,” says August. “The result they had last week was a big boost for us because they lost 8-0. We believed we could do the job today. Today we played with two strikers – we usually play with one. Defensively we were organised and we were just looking to score goals.” August’s side opened the scoring after 15 minutes when forward Craig Jones slipped his marker to latch onto a through-ball and rounded the keeper before poking the ball into the gaping net. The match opened up after the goal, with both teams happy to commit numbers to quick, direct attacks. Palace’s second goal came as a result of a

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