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ATHLONE: SASSA RECIPIENTS RACK UP DEBTS
Clamouring for cash CHEVON BOOYSEN @ChevonBooysen In a desperate attempt to make ends meet, recipients of social grants are flocking to sign up for loans – in spite of the fact it could spiral their financial predicament further downward. At Athlone Civic Centre, fights have been breaking out as South Africa Social Security Agency (Sassa) grant beneficiaries anxiously await to hear if they qualify for a loan. A subcouncil employee, speaking to People’s Post on condition of anonymity, explained the chaos that ensues of Sassa pay days. “When beneficiaries come here for their money a terrible scene is made. We can’t even enter our offices the days they do loan applications,” she says. She adds that loans are loaded on a grant card and the loan is immediately available. “People go about these loans but still lose in the end. They lose their money when they buy airtime, water and electricity on their grant cards. Some of them pay back more than they’re supposed to be charged (in interest),” she says. Sassa card holders come from all over, including Khayelitsha, Gugulethu and Manenberg to queue for loans. A pensioner who took out a loan, and does not want to be identified, says her R250 loan was granted by Moneyline. A notice was put up at the Athlone Civic Centre informing beneficiaries of a contact number for queries. Sassa spokesperson Shivani Wahab says the association condemns the issuing of loans to grant recipients. She cautions: “Sassa is in no way linked to or associated with micro-lenders. As an agency we are not in support of the loans that are granted to beneficiaries as it deepens the cycle of poverty with the loans that must be repaid at very high interest rates. The impact of this is that people are trapped paying back the loans and taking out new loans.”
SPEAKING OUT: Samantha Adams (left) and Nanchesca Khotaa aired their dirty laundry last week to create awareness for women and children suffering from abuse. PHOTO: TARRENLEE HABELGAARN
Athlone resident Jamielah* says she applied for a loan from Moneyline in February. Strapped for cash, she applied for a loan at her local pay station. “I made a loan of R250. Depending on how many children you have they can increase the loan amount. I only have one child therefore I only qualified for the R250. I have to pay back R50 every month for six months until my loan is completed.” Jamielah applied for her loan in Mitchell’s Plain.
Athlone resident Arlene Adams applied for a loan of R200 also in February. Adams had to present her Sassa card and ID. “This was supposed to be done at the civic centre, but was instead done at a home in Athlone. They took my fingerprints and showed me my balance on my Sassa card after they loaded my loan amount,” she says. Serge Belamant, CEO of Net1, of which Moneyline is a subsidiary, says: “Sassa knows these loans are provided under the
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Possible vehicle licence fee hike Provincial government will be proposing an increase of 3.4% on motor vehicle licensing in their draft regulation. This proposal will affect 1.7 million motorists in the province. Provincial government will be publishing its draft regulations which pertain to motor vehicle license fee increases. Provincial minister of Transport and Public Works Robin Carlisle says: “I have decided once again that, while it is not yet required by law, the proposed increase should be subject to a full public participation process. “Last year, following a similar process of full public participation, proposed increases of an average 5.3% were implemented across the province.” Carlisle says that this year’s fee increases amount to “an average 3.4%
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A 44-year-old woman was arrested after being found in possession of nine Sassa cards and 11 IDs. The suspect, from Cathkin Close in Heideveld, was taken into custody after police received a tip-off from locals on Tuesday afternoon. Manenberg police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett says police went to the woman’s house and enquired about the allegations. “The suspect then presented the police with the stolen cards and IDs. She was taken to Manenberg Police Station where she will be charged under the Social Assistance Act and further charged under the National Credit Act,” he says. Bennett explains it is illegal to be in possession of another person’s ID unless you have power of attorney. “She was allegedly issuing loans to residents and charging them R40 interest a week,” he says. Phone the Manenberg Police Station on (021) 699 9400.
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 3 April 2014
CRAWFORD: RESIDENTS URGE CITY TO ACTION
House is den of drugs and depravity TARREN-LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca
seemingly average home in Osterley Road, Crawford is being used as a shelter for vagrants and “sorting area” for petty thieves. The abandoned property is in an unkempt state – windows are boarded up with cardboard and the garden is weed-choked. But it is what is going on between the peeling walls of the decades-old house that has homeowners on edge. Police searched the property early on Tuesday morning after a neighbour reported that a group of people had been chopping at the walls, floorboards and ceilings during the night. People were found sleeping inside the house, and the remnants of a fire was found in the backyard. An elderly neighbour, who spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity for fear of being targeted, says criminals are hiding out on her doorstep. “These people become aggressive and violent if we try to chase them from the property. They smoke what I suspect is drugs in the open on the stoep and trolley-pushers move in and out of the house every day,” she says. “The place stinks. It’s a health and safety hazard.” Human faeces and dirt cover the floor of the two-bedroom house, says neighbour Miriam Ebrahiem. She confirms homeless people are making themselves comfortable on the property. “If I was buying a home I wouldn’t want to live near such a house. It has been forgotten and vandalised. I would be concerned about crime and burglaries,” she says. The house has been unoccupied for four years, another neighbour says. She regularly sees people carrying bags coming and going from the property. “The owner has not returned to the property in years and the state of the house continues to deteriorate. If this carries on it will depreciate the value of all of the surrounding properties.” The property is valued at R900 000 according to the City of Cape Town’s property valuation roll. People’s Post was unable to reach the owner at the time of going to print. Lansdowne police spokesperson Consta-
ble Nkululeko Mnyaka says officers perform stop and searches in the vicinity to ensure no illegal activity takes place on the plot. “We are closely monitoring the property as it has been used as a hiding spot for criminals in the past. But it is private property and we require the owner to lodge a complaint if people have illegally taken ownership of the house,” he says. The problems at the property have been reported to council. City of Cape Town executive director for Safety and Security Richard Bosman says problem buildings generally include any building or portion of a building that appears to be a safety or health risk. “These include buildings that appear to have been abandoned by the owner with or without the consequence that rates or other service charges are not being paid. It could also be structures that are derelict in appearance, overcrowded or are showing signs of becoming unhealthy, insanitary and unsightly,” he says. “Problem buildings could also be structures that are the subject of written complaints in respect of criminal activities including drug dealing, prostitution or illegal occupation.” Should an investigation confirm that a building or property constitutes a problem, the Problem Buildings Unit first issues a property owner with a compliance notice to return the property to an acceptable state within a specific period, Bosman explains. “The City also imposes a R5000 tariff when a building is declared a problem building. A further R5000 tariff is imposed for every three months thereafter that the problem is not addressed.” Lansdowne Community Policing Forum chairperson Thetha Sithole says there are many similar properties that have been abandoned in the precinct. “Whenever you have a vacant property it serves as an invitation for criminal behaviour, especially at night. People will be looking for shelter from the harsh winter conditions as the cold months approach,” he says. “We need to appeal to the owners of these properties to come forward and either restore or sell the homes.” Report suspected problem buildings on (021) 596 1999. V Share your thoughts. Starting with the world “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 3 April 2014
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PROSTITUTION: FOUR CASES REPORTED MONTHLY
Increase in rural girls trapped in the sex trade MICHELLE LINNERT
here is a marked increase of young rural girls being attracted to cities for work and ending up being prostitutes and pimps for syndicates. Up to four cases are reported monthly. All these cases are investigated by the Organised Crime Unit, says Bellville police spokesperson Captain Fienie Nimb. “This unit handles similar cases from all over the Western Cape,” she confirms. Nimb says reported cases come under the police’s attention when crime-combating units conduct sting operations at brothels or when the girls or NGOs lay charges. “Most of the girls come from rural areas or from the Eastern Cape. Cases where girls were brought in from Nigeria and Thailand have also been reported. These girls are usually attractive and young – between 18 and 22 years old,” Nimb says. “They, as well as their parents, are not aware of the nature of the work they are coming to do here.” She explains how the recruitment of these girls usually takes place. “Members of the organisations – which are usually run by Nigerians – befriend local girls, who then do the recruitment. When the (rural) girl realises what is happening, she is locked in and exposed to drugs. They approach girls in nightclubs and are sometimes friends
with the girls they recruit,” Nimb says. Wilma Piek, the social services manager of the Voortrekker Road Corridor Improvement District, echoes Nimb’s concerns about women who fall into the trap. “There are so many girls – from rural areas and also African countries such as Nigeria and Cameroon – who are victims of kidnapping and are enticed here with the promise of a job,” she says. “When they arrive, the syndicate supposedly allows them to live in an apartment for free and promises they will start working soon. A short while later, the syndicate insists that the person needs to start paying rent,” Piek says. “Of course, the person does not work and he or she will then be forced to either prostitute themselves or to act as a pimp.” Nimb says if a victim lays a criminal charge of abduction or kidnapping, she will be housed in a place of safety until the suspect is apprehended and appears in court. “Thereafter the victims are helped by NGOs to be reunited with their families,” she says. Nimb urges anyone with information on such incidents to contact their nearest police station. “In the latest incident last month, three foreigners were arrested in Bellville. The girl was 18 and from Hammanskraal.”
PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 3 April 2014
HEIDEVELD: RESIDENTS’ DESPAIR OVER DRUG TRADE
Losing faith in guardians TARREN-LEE HABELGAARN @LeeLaVidaLoca
aily phone calls to the police and numerous complaints to the City of Cape Town regarding alleged drug dealing at a council-owned home have failed to result in any action, frustrated Heideveld residents fume. But ward councillor Anthony Moses assures fedup locals that evicting errant tenants is at the top of council’s priority list. The flat, situated in Dixie Court, has for years been a thorn in the sides of law-abiding tenants, they say. An elderly resident says she has observed how drug exchanges take place in broad daylight outside the flat. ENOUGH: Ward councillor Anthony Moses speaks to a group of Dixie “Tik, unga – you name it, Court residents fedup with crime taking place on their doorstep they sell it. I’m at home all during a site visit earlier this year. PHOTO: TARRENLEE HABELGAARN day long and I see what happens. I can hear them talk. Police either don’t respond or take dents’ concerns. Since January we have hours to come out. Those involved don’t ev- confiscated drugs worth thousands of rands in the precinct and regularly conduct er seem rushed,” she says. “I call to report it, but I don’t see any re- raids as well as stop and searches,” he says. “Drug use and peddling is among the prisults from council or the police. Drugs are a major problem in the courts and even the ority problems in the precinct and we unCommunity Safety MEC’s visit earlier this derstand the urgency to address it. But the year didn’t seem to help. I get sworn at all problem won’t be solved overnight.” Bennett says besides responding to tipthe time and have been threatened for speaking up when I see an exchange being offs, two police vans patrol the precinct around the clock. made.” He does, however, appeal to residents to More police visibility and lease compliance checks need to be applied, tenants in- ensure that false tip-offs or prank calls are not made to the station. sist. “Most of the leads we follow-up on are Moses says a collaborative effort is going a long way towards seeing the back of prob- true, but there are many false leads being given. When we receive and act on a false lem tenants. “We are working closely with the police tip-off it wastes time and resources that we and other law enforcement agencies to get could be using elsewhere.” Another Dixie Court tenant says living in rid of the bad apples in the communities,” this block is a nightmare. he warns. “I have young kids and I don’t want them “We are receiving many tip-offs and there are many individuals and flats being inves- to end up in gangs or addicted to drugs. I tigated. All those found guilty of illegal ac- fear that constant exposure to these things tivity will be evicted – there’s no two ways might influence them,” she laments. “If I could afford to move somewhere else, about it. This is a serious concern that the I would do it in a heartbeat because not only City will not tolerate.” Manenberg police spokesperson Lieuten- are they selling drugs outside our flats, they ant Ian Bennett insists police have success- are always shouting at or attacking peofully been clamping down on the drug prob- ple.” V Do you think enough is being done to evict criminal lem within the flats and precinct. “We rely a lot on the tip-offs from the com- tenants from council homes? Starting with the world munity and have been responding to resi- “Post” SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.
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MANENBERG: KIDS’ ANTI-ABUSE CAMPAIGN KICKS OFF
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Estate Primary School and Christel House. Facility manager Shaheema McLeod says an alarming number of child violence and abuse cases have been reported since the start of the year. “Violence is something that shouldn’t just be highlighted during 16 Days of Activism, but every day of the year. It is unacceptable and often it is our little ones who are silenced by these crimes,” she says. “That is why we put the focus on children during this event to educate them on what abuse is and how to report it.” The centre operates on a walk-in basis and provides counselling for women and children who have been abused. Aside from the 500 survivors who visit the centre for assistance, there are also 100 women and children living at the facility.
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 3 April 2014
MANENBERG: CASH TO STORE GUNS
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angsters are using the lure of easy money to trap residents and children in doing their dirty work. As a counter measure to police raids, gangsters pay locals to keep their illegal firearms and ammunition safe. Police confirm there is a marked increase in previously law abiding residents being arrested for illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. The most recent case saw a married couple arrested in Heideveld last week. A 40-year-old man and his 38-year-old wife are in custody after police found a 9mm Norinco firearm and an R4 rifle in their Goudini Street home. Illegal ammunition was also found and both firearms are registered to the State. The couple has since appeared in court on charges of illegal possession of firearms and ammunition and remain behind bars. A source close to the couple spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity. “I know them well. They do not belong to a gang, but they do know gangsters,” she says. “People around here often get approached to hide the weapons for a short while because the gangsters never leave their guns in one place for too long. They will pay you to keep it for them for about two weeks or so, but not longer than that.” Police spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett warns that anyone found in possession
of arms will be dealt with harshly. “Whether you are a gangster or not, a crime is a crime and we will be coming down hard on anyone found in possession of illegal guns and ammunition,” he says. On average, police make 60 arrests for illegal possession of firearms and ammunition in Manenberg every year, Bennett confirms. Children are not exempt from the gangsters’ predation. Metro Police officers recently on patrol in the area observed a suspicious-looking 13year-old boy walking down Thames Avenue. The teenager quickly entered a nearby house when he spotted the officers. While searching the suspect, officers found a Z88 9mm semi-automatic weapon strapped with tape to his chest. They also found nine rounds of ammunition and a cartridge. The minor was taken to the Manenberg Police Station in accordance with the Child Justice Act. Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security JP Smith says this alarming trend needs to be staunched. “We see it depicted in the local movie Four Corners and this particular case is a sad illustration of how gangs are using children as gun runners and hit men. I shudder to think what might have been the end result. I hope young people will receive the necessary assistance to turn them away from this kind of life,” Smith says. Phone CrimeStop on 08600 10111.
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Goalkeeping’s in his genes
LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
rom conceding 11 goals in his first game as a goalkeeper to being selected for the Western Province under-17 team, it took just five years for a local footballer to reach the pinnacle in his age group. Shaheen Abrahams will represent WP at the Safa National Championships in Soweto this week. The 15-year-old says his selection has brought worth to the sacrifice and difficult times. “In my first game I conceded 11 goals; it was not a good experience and after the game I didn’t want to be a goalkeeper. But my
mother didn’t listen to anything I said,” Abrahams says. “It feels like all the training and sacrifice has paid off. Hopefully I will go on even further from where I started.” Abrahams represented Wynberg St John’s when first he donned the gloves. He has since gone on to represent Old Mutual Academy and currently plays for National First Division side Vasco da Gama. The talented youth has won several individual awards and helped his side to several trophies in his short career. Abrahams grandfather is legendary South African goalkeeper and goalkeeping coach Farouk Abrahams, and he believes this played a massive role in his progress.
“I think I am a good goalkeeper, because of the people who push me. Without them I don’t know where I would be,” he says. “The training I get at the Farouk Abrahams Goalkeeping Academy also (played) a big role – so did the genes; I get it from my grandfather.” The Plumstead High School pupil trains six times a week and plays at least once a week during the football season, with training sessions at his club and the Academy in Wynberg. The young shot-stopper hopes to one day play in one of the world’s biggest leagues and his grandfather believes he has what it takes. “For him the most important thing is char-
acter and mental toughness, because it’s a vicious world out there and if you are weakminded you can fall over obstacles, hurdles and challenges,” Farouk says. “His football ability shows he can go all the way. The side issues such as the club he plays for and the environment there, his friends and influences will all determine how far he gets. “Football in South Africa is littered with failures because players weren’t focused enough. How they deal with all the attention is also crucial; they need to know that they haven’t made it in the beginning.” The Grassy Park resident was selected to the Safa WP team after impressing at local trials and another set of trials in Worcester in March. Should he impress as the team’s first choice ’keeper he could be selected for the national squad and attract the attention of one of the many club scouts in attendance.
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No expense has been spared in this charming three bed home on the water. 2 Rooms bics, open plan lounge/fully fitted kitchen (air con + fireplace), Gas hob and electric oven. Full family bathroom, guest loo, two waterside wooden decks, Jacuzzi with fully retractable all weather aluminium louvred doors, sparkling pool, own private jetty, large gazebo set in delightful indigenous garden, double tandem garage, four car covered carport + self contained first floor apartment with fully fitted kitchen, bathroom and north facing sun deck.
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Zeekoevlei R 1 195 000
Spacious 4 bedroom house in excellent location. 3 Rooms bics, Large lounge/ dining with f/p, Fitted kitchen, Family bathroom + separate loo, Triple carport, covered back patio, Large storage room.
Zeekoevlei Peninsula R 1 599 000
Refurbished and modernised three bed home in quiet cul de sac. Two rooms bics, extra large lounge/dining with fireplace, fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, main en-suite, second bed en-suite, single garage + store, new gunite pool, fully enclosed + off street parking 5 cars.
Plot Muizenberg R399 000 For Sale
Trading since 1995
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Zeekoevlei “ON THE WATER” R 1 950 000
Zeekoevlei “ON THE WATER” R 1 750 000
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Four bed architect designed home on the water. All rooms bics, lounge f/p, dining, tv room, fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, separate loo, main en-suite, second bed ensuite, laundry, pantry, large first floor entertainment room leading to waterside deck and braai area, double garage, own jetty, 2 enclosed , alarm ( monitored ) Plot 934m
LENTEGEUR – R299 000 Neat 3 bed maisonette on cnr plot. Fitted kitchen
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Zeekoevlei R 1 100 000 For Sale
Three bed home + two bed granny flat in good environment. Plot 496m2
We Have Approved Buyers for M/plain, Grassy Park and Athlone Areas
R330 000 Lentegeur Enclosed 3 Beds with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking x2 Cars. Candice 071 156 5672
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R199 R190 000 Tafelsig Lost City 2 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Parking x4 Cars. Fazlyn 073 184 2535
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R200 000 Tafelsig R199 3 Bedroom Maisonette Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen and Fam Bathroom Fareed 082 959 2301
R309 R170 000 Lentegeur Montrose Park Fully Enclosed HomeHouse with Lounge, Enclosed22Bed Bedroom with a Kitchen, Bath Carport Lounge, Family Kitchen, Fam& Bath andparking Ample Parking. Fazlyn 073071 184156 2535 for 2 Cars. Candice 5672
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R380 000 Woodridge Fully Enclosed 3 Beds Home with a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath & Parking x4 Cars. Fazlyn 073 184 2535
R679 000 London Village – R465 000 Portlands 4 Beds House 4 3 Bedrooms, with BIC,1 En-Suite, Freestanding Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath, 1 with En-suite, Lounge, FittedTiled Throughout, Garage ParkingPaved x4 Cars Kitchen, Fam Bathroom, & Close to All Amenities. Entrance and Carport Parking. Shariff 082 Gadija 082 823781 18012903.
R990 000 Lotus River R1 850 000 Newfields Enclosed 3 Beds a Lounge, Dble Storey HomeHouse with a with Lounge + Fire Dining Room, Open PlanArea F.F.Kitchen, Place, F.F.Kitchen, Braai & Pool, Store Room, Swimming Pool, Fully Laundry Room. This House has Income Paved. Laminated Flooring and Garage Potentialfor &3 Parking 4 Sep-Entrances. Cars. Lots of Parking. Gadija 082 823 1801 Shariff 082 781 2903
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Thursday, 3 April 2014
Wins for Ajax, Firefighters
LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
jax Cape Town strolled to victory in the under-15 division of the 14th annual Kensington AFC Youth Cup on Sunday. The Urban Warriors were unbeaten throughout the tournament, topping Group C after the round-robin stages and dispatching all challengers in the knockout rounds. Ajax started the tournament with a 5-0 win over Atlantis FC, then dismantled George FC 10-0 and finished off the group stage with a comfortable 2-0 win over Mitchell’s Plain’s Standards FC. The quarter-finals pitted Ajax against Rygersdal FC, who qualified as runners-up in Group D. Ajax knocked-out the Rondebosch club with a 2-0 win, and went on to edge Fish Hoek AFC 1-0 in the semi-finals. Old Mutual Academy, perennial title contenders in any junior tournament, also arrived at the final unbeaten. Mutual beat Fulham FC 3-0, Fish Hoek 1-0 and Project Play-
ground 1-0 to top Group B. They went on to eliminate Strandfontein AFC 5-0 in the quarters and All Stars 2-0 in the semis. However, Ajax had too much for the Pinelands club and took the final 1-0. Firefighters were the surprise victors in the under-11 division of the tournament. The Khayelitsha side qualified for the quarters as runnersup in Group A, after just three wins, a draw and a loss in first stage. Firefighters beat Fulham 4-1, Blackpool 3-1, lost 2-0 to Leeds, drew 1-1 with YMO St Luke’s and were awarded the three points after their match against Standards was abandoned. The top two in each group progressed to the semi-finals and Firefighters went on to beat Group B winners All Stars 2-1. Project Playground, Group B runners-up, booked their place in the final after beating Group A winners Leeds 4-3 on penalties, after the a goalless match. The final also finished in a stalemate, but Firefighters won 5-4 on penalties to take the title.
BEATEN: YMO St Luke’s player Kolby Noon (left) beats Fish Hoek AFC’s Jaydon Silber in the under11 division of the Kensington AFC Youth Cup in Kensington on Sunday. Fish Hoek won 20. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
Women runners take to the streets LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
TRAPPED: Schotschekloof Walmers RFC’s Milroy Isaacs (centre) is wrapped up by Saldanha RFC players Moreice Reeda (left) and Wesley van Rooy during the Community Challenge Plate final at City Park in Athlone on Saturday. Saldanha won 2221. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
Nearly 20 000 women are expected to lineup for the start of the Cape Town leg of the Spar Women’s Race Grand Prix series on Sunday 6 April. The race, Cape Town’s largest women’s event, will see participants run or walk either 10km or 5km in the surrounds of Green Point. Women of all ages, shapes, sizes and fitness levels are welcomed and encouraged to participate in the race. Besides the more than R58 000 worth of prizes, there will be plenty of lucky draw prizes for those who stay for the prizegiving after the race, where live entertainment will be on stage. The main lucky draw prize is R18 000 in Spar vouchers. The first 21 000 finishers will earn a Spar Women’s Challenge medal. Participants will once again hold children’s smiles close to heart – Spar Western Cape has announced that R4 from each entry will be donated to Operation Smile South Africa. Both the 10km and 5km races start next to the Greenpoint Track in Fritz Sonnenberg Road and finish on the Cape Town Stadium forecourt. The 10km starts at 07:30 and the 5km at 08:00. In-store entries have closed, but you can still enter online at www.spar.co.za at a cost of R75.
LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
Hammies close in on quarterfinals
Hamiltons RFC are a single victory away from securing an easier route to the final of the Community Cup. The Green Point side have notched up comprehensive victories in their three Group D games thus far and will seal first place with another victory against Rustenberg Impala (Leopards) on Saturday. The two sides are currently tied on 15 points each, with Hamiltons leading the standings thanks to their greater points difference. The eventual group winner will face the runners-up in Group C, while the second-placed side will face the winners of the group. Hamiltons coach Anton Moolman says
victory is important, but for a completely different reason. “It’s important that we keep on winning from a confidence perspective and for the self-believe of the players,” he says. “You want them to carry on believing in what you are trying to achieve. For me, the most important thing is not who we face in the next round, but about being the best we can be. If we continue doing what we have been doing the results will come.” Hammies kicked off their inaugural Community Cup campaign with a hefty 48-9 win over Sishen (Griquas) on Saturday 15 March in Green Point, scoring seven tries, five conversions and a penalty. They conceded just
three penalties. South Africa’s oldest rugby club secured an equally impressive win in their next fixture against Wesbank (Boland) in Malmesbury on Saturday 22 March. Hamiltons ran in seven tries, converted twice and goaled a penalty, while conceding just a converted try and a penalty to win 4112. The most recent fixture was Hamiltons’ most impressive. They scored 10 tries and eight conversions, while conceding two tries and a conversion, to beat Shumba Ferros (Pumas) 66-12 at the Stephen Oval in Green Point. Moolman says his side will be looking to treat the fixture against Impala like any oth-
TOP THREE: The Spar Women’s Race Grand Prix will take place on Sunday. Last year Mapaseka Makhanya (left) placed second, Ru tendo Nyahora won and Zintle Xiniwe took third place. PHOTO: SUPPLIED The first 21 000 entrants to collect their race numbers at Cape Town Stadium, the registration venue, will receive a free tshirt and goody bag. Registration takes place on the tomorrow (Friday 4 April) from 08:00 until 19:00; and from 08:00 to 17:00 on Saturday. Late entries cost R85 and will be taken at the registration venue on Friday. V For more information phone Western Province Athletics on 087 700 8264.
er, despite the high stakes. “Impala were the top seed in the group before the tournament; both (teams) have all to play for to secure a easier route in the draw. But we are just going to go there and do what we do to carry on progressing,” he says. “It’s all about ensuring we hit our straps by Easter Weekend, when the knockout rounds start. We will look to just take it game by game from here.” Roses United (Boland) currently lead Group C on 13 points while Centurion (Bulls) hold second on 12 points. The Boland side can seal first place with a bonus point victory against Noordelikes (Limpopo). Centurion will be looking to claim five points against Brakpan (Falcons), if the Roses slip up.
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Spurs gear up for top tourney LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT
itchell’s Plain’s Beacon Spurs FC are embracing their underdog status ahead of the club’s first appearance in the Metropolitan Premier Cup later this month. Spurs qualified for the tournament via the lottery of a draw after a Mitchell’s Plain Local Football Association (MPLFA) tournament, which offered qualification to the winners, did not finish. Although his side may not have earned their place in the tournament, team coach Oswald Sauls says they will fight until the end. “For most of these players, it’s their first time playing in the tournament; whatever we get out of (it) is a bonus,” he says. “We aren’t going there to sit back and get punished. We are going to try and win games and if we qualify for the next round, it (will be) a bonus. We aren’t there just to participate; we want to compete.” Spurs have been drawn into Group G, along with Soweto glamour club Kaizer Chiefs, Grassy Park based National First Division side Milano United and qualifiers Masidlale. Unlike their opponents, or any other club at the tournament, the Beacon Spurs under-19 side will represent their entire LFA. As part of the draw that secured Spurs’ place at the Premier Cup, the MPLFA ruled that the successful team would be made up of the LFA’s best under-19’s. The clubs were asked to send four of their best players to a trial and a team was selected for the tournament. Many of the team members play in their club’s senior Super League and SAB League sides. Although Sauls is happy with the quality at his disposal, he knows there is hard work in store to form the individuals into a functioning team. “The other teams may have been together for years, while we have been together just a few weeks, but our tactics will depend on who we play.” “I saw some of the teams and I know some of them.” Spurs have been training three times a week in hopes of gelling before the tournament. They also hope to play a series of friendlies. The club’s represented in the side are Woodlands United, Kenpark United, Rockafellas Academy, Cedar, Liverpool Portlands, Westridge and Beacon Spurs. Sauls believes defender Grant Jacobus and midfielder Nathaniel Jacobs will make a name for themselves at the tournament.
CLEARED: Standards FC’s Tash will Sylvest er (right) reaches the ball ahead of Salt River Blackpool’s Enrique Phillips in the under15 division of the Kensing ton AFC Youth Cup on Sunday in Maitland. Standards won 54 on penalties after the game fin ished dead locked at 11. PHOTO: RASH IED ISAACS
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