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Grave matters NIKITA SYLVESTER

Housing is being considered to replace an unused Athlone graveyard. Relatives of people buried at the Black River Cemetery have finally given the green light for exhumation to proceed. The erf is owned by the Anglican Diocese. Project manager Michael Bester says no one has been buried at the cemetery for over 60 years. He says the property is not in a good condition. “The area has been neglected, it is not visited anymore and it does not honour the people resting there. It has also become a cause for concern for the neighbours,” Bester explains. After numerous public meetings with the community to discuss the matter, director of the Cape Archaeological Survey Mary Patrick says they have received the necessary approval and are hoping that developments will take place by February next year. “We needed to find as many living residents as possible to get the go ahead. This course of action has been taking place for the past few years,” she explains. At one of the public meetings, after all the relatives present agreed to have the cemetery exhumed, they were presented with development options for the land once the process is complete. “They were able to choose from low-density housing, a petrol station or a town house complex,” Patrick says. The town house complex won

the bid as the preferred choice. Patrick says she is preparing an application for the South African Heritage Resource Agency for final approval of the plans. However, before any developments can take place, Patrick explains that they need to find a buyer for the property who will be working in partnership with the Anglican Diocese of Cape Town. Patrick says the Black River Cemetery became the final resting place of thousands who died during the Spanish flu in 1918. With nearly 3 000 burials at the site, the relatives have agreed to have the bodies cremated and kept at a columbarium at the St Mark’s Church in Athlone. “Building plans for the columbarium have been drawn up and will soon be submitted to the City for approval,” Patrick says. Former Athlone resident Adrian Lodewyk was born and raised in the area and two of his grandparents are buried at the Black River Cemetery. He says he has no objections and feels that the exhumation is a good idea. “What else are they going to do there? No one is tending to the land and no one has visited the cemetery for so many years,” Lodewyk insists. He adds that his grandparents’ ashes being kept at the St Mark’s Church would be a “great honour” as he himself grew up in that church. However, Lodewyk feels a retirement village would be a better option to be considered for development on the property as it is much needed in the area.

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 6 August 2013

ELECTRICITY PRICE: ALTERNATIVES AVAILABLE, EXPERT SAYS

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If turning on your geyser is becoming a luxury, your pocket has probably been hit hard by the rocketing cost of electricity. Consumers are strictly adjusting their power consumption as the price of electricity units steadily start eating at their budgets. But a policy known as net metering – through which consumers generate electricity using solar panels – could mean the end of skyhigh costs, an energy expert reveals. David Lipschitz, the owner of renewable energy company My Power Station, insists that although the City of Cape Town has net metering tariffs, it is “doing everything in its power to prevent the adoption of net metering”. And an Eskom employee, who asks not to be named, agrees with Lipschitz. He explains how the “power struggle” over electricity actually works. “Households buy their electricity from the municipalities. The municipalities buy it from Eskom. If households were to start generating their own electricity through net metering and selling off the excess, how would the municipalities make their money?” he asks. “Farmers, factories and mines – all big consumers – buy their electricity directly from Eskom. They pay a lot less than households, who have to pay additional costs for their electricity from the municipality. “Of course municipalities would be strongly against net metering because anybody can install solar panels. Eskom, for one, would be very glad because then we would be saving it a lot of energy. But the money from household consumers is what keeps the councils going.” Lipschitz explains net metering as “a payment system where users of electricity ‘make’ their own electricity, and usually buy and sell electricity at the same rate”.

He says consumers who buy electricity from Eskom or the City at R1.50/kWh unit but do not use all the power then resell the excess to the service provider at the same rate. “The idea is that during the day you ‘bank’ excess electricity generated, and at night you use electricity from the grid,” Lipschitz says. The City says it has many reasons for not yet installing net metering. These include tariffs and technicalities regarding individual households, or “small-scale embedded generation” on the power grid, says Ernest Sonnenberg, the City’s Mayoral Committee member for Utility Services. “While encouraging the use of small-scale embedded generation technologies is noteworthy, this should not be done in a way that disadvantages others,” he says. He explains that the City has to charge a tariff that “recovers their fixed costs under all circumstances, doesn’t unfairly penalise non-generating consumers, and still provides some level of compensation for those who make the capital investment to perform small-scale embedded generation”. Net metering requires the installation of solar panels that are connected to the electricity grid. Access to the same grid will be utilised in the event of a reverse power flow – when energy is depleted and needs to be sent to accommodate a household’s supply. According to council, there are no technical standards yet which govern what these connections should look like. “The City is currently involved in a national workgroup that is developing national technical SAVING UP: Consumers are forced to rein in their electricity standards,” Sonnenberg says. consumption if they hope to stay financially afloat. “Unfortunately, until national standards are fully developed and imple- something about the environment, create mented, and suppliers can provide grid con- jobs and stimulate our economy,” he insists. nection equipment with the relevant mark The Eskom employee adds that in other ‘stamped on it’, the process of obtaining ap- provinces people have begun installing Esproval to use alternatives is complex and kom electricity boxes instead of using the lengthy.” municipal ones. “These cost about R1000 to The current plan is that as soon as grid- install. Then the household buys electricity connected small-scale embedded genera- straight from Eskom, without the added tion – such as net metering – is allowed, the charges from the municipality.” City will charge a tariff which includes a V For more information about net metering, phone daily service charge, a higher energy con- David Lipschitz on (021) 551 9935 or (021) 813 9895 sumption tariff and a lower tariff for when or visit www.mypowerstation.biz. the City buys excess electricity, Sonnenberg says. Lipschitz points out that the technology is popular in Europe and the USA. “I believe the public needs to be made aware of this information so that we can do


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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 6 August 2013

MANENBERG: COPS’ BID TO CURB GANG INFLUENCE

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Parents and teachers are terrified that more Manenberg pupils are at risk of falling prey to the gang violence which has peaked in recent weeks. Nyanga cluster commander Major-General Robbie Robberts says police are hoping to avert serious damage control by taking a greater stance to protect school children who are constantly being exposed to the merciless gang wars. At a public meeting last week, Robberts addressed the principals of high-risk schools in the area to discuss a way forward. “Our main aim is to ensure the safety and security of pu- LAW AND ORDER: Officers address school children.PHOTO: SUPPLIED pils and staff,” he says. Robberts presented the principals with a make use of to and from school. detailed plan of their interventions, which A truancy operation will also be executed. is already being rolled out. Social development would then be expected Police and Metro Police officers will be de- step in. ployed to patrol school grounds and protect Robberts says after two weeks of proacpupils and staff should shootings erupt. tive interventions, a meeting will be held on Senior management officials of Manen- 12 August to assess the progress made thus berg police will adopt a school where they far and whether their attempts have been will perform routine checks three times a successful. day. Manenberg High School principal “We will regularly address the different Thurston Brown says they appreciate the schools at assemblies to educate them about strategy the police have put in place. the dangers of drugs and gangsterism,” RobHe notes their presence on the premises berts says. and efforts to clear the vicinity of people loiHe adds that they will also be hosting an tering in the area. imbizo with the parents giving them an op“We are aware of the many children here portunity to voice their concerns and who are at risk and lean toward gang-relatpresent proposals with further suggestions ed groupings. There are so many young ones on how to combat the issue. carrying out these shootings themselves,” Metro Police together with their K-9 Unit Brown says. and Law Enforcement unit will conduct ranHe feels that meaningful intervention dom searches to confiscate weapons. programmes need to be made available to “We believe that unsuspecting school the children in an attempt to change their children are being used by gang members mindset. to hide these firearms,” Robberts says. “These youth groups need to be supported Route patrols will be conducted each even if it means removing them from school morning and afternoon whereby police of- for a few days and placing them in a commuficers will follow the different routes pupils nity centre where they would receive the necessary guidance,” Brown says. Another huge concern he has is that these children involved in gang-related incidents are rubbing off on the others, allowing room for the problem to evolve.

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 6 August 2013

RONDEBOSCH EAST: ‘WRONG HOUSE TARGETED’

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Peering through their windows from behind curtains and locked doors has become a habit for a terrified Rondebosch East family after a petrol bomb was flung at their home. And although Pagad insists they are in no way involved in the attack, the homeowner insists his house is now being perceived as a drug den. A petrol bomb was hurled and landed on this family’s doorstep on Wednesday 10 July. The motive for this action remains unknown. The homeowner, who asks not to be named, says he is still utterly bewildered by what happened. He says he was asleep when he was woken up by a loud bang and went to investigate. There were flames licking at his front window and as he proceeded outside he found his carport aflame and shattered glass strewn around the front of the house. “They have no idea what they have done to my family. We are all totally traumatised. My children keep looking out of the window fearing that this would happen again,” he says. The suspects who did this were aiming for a drug house, he claims, but explains they were completely off target as he and his family have no involvement in anything related to drugs, gangs or violence. He is now aggravated that his home is being associated with criminal activity. “People drive slowly when they pass. They point and stare, but we have nothing

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TALKING POINT: PROPOSED MONUMENT FOR MADIBA

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If engineers could put a man on the moon, they would be able to erect a monument of former president Nelson Mandela on Table Mountain. This is the reaction of architect Mark Thomas, head of Mark Thomas Architects, on the design of a monument which has tongues wagging. The Dutch architect firm WHIM and Dutch foundation Mandela op de Fiets Fund are raising funds to have the 60m high monument designed against the slopes of Devil’s Peak and presented to authorities. Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) manager Paddy Gordon said the proposal will not get approval once officially submitted, as Table Mountain is a national park and enjoys world heritage status. He said TMNP management initially thought the proposal was a joke. The “Mandela on the Mountain” project was launched last week and the public can donate on the project’s website Indiegogo. Ramon Knoester, head architect of the project, said on the website the monument is estimated to be 30m wide and 60m high. It will include facilities such as a restaurant, theatre and look-out points. In response to enquiries, he said it would take years before the appropriate lighting and final design is approved. Thomas said South Africa has a tradition of complex structures built, especially in the mining industry. With the proper engineers and resources almost any task can be accomplished, he said. $150 (R1485) of the project’s $100 000 (R990 000) target has been raised. A Facebook page for the project was opened on Wednesday 17 July, while WHIM launched the project on its Facebook page on

Thursday 18 July, with the aim of celebrating Mandela’s 95th birthday. Knoester emphasised Table Mountain would not be demolished to build the monument and the released sketches only indicates the initial designs. Aad Bak of the Mandela op de Fiets Fund said the inspiration for the monument came during a visit to Cape Town four years ago. The monument is intended to be similar to those sculptures of the American presidents at Mount Rushmore in the US. The monument will be placed at the foot of the mountain and close to District Six, so that the area’s history will also be remembered. “The entire plan is a boost for job creation and the tourism industry,” Bak said. V What are your thoughts on the proposed monument? Starting with the word “Post” SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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VANGUARD DRIVE: NAME CHANGE PROPOSED

The road ahead TAMMY PETERSEN

Vanguard Drive is being considered for a name change. Mayor Patricia de Lille last week announced the proposal to honour Professor Jakes Gerwel by renaming this main artery in honour of the struggle stalwart. Brett Herron, the Mayoral Committee member for Transport and chairperson of the Naming Committee, says the proposal will serve before the committee later this month. “The recommendation is for public consultation to commence in September. Once this is concluded, we will make a rec-

ommendation to the Mayor who will recommend to council,” he says. The road stretches from Mitchell’s Plain through Athlone and Hanover Park and ends at the bridge over the N1 in Goodwood. Gerwel served as the Director-General in the office of former president Nelson Mandela from 1994 to 1999. He also lectured at the Hewat Teachers’ Training College and reportedly received a government scholarship to study at the University of Brussels, where he completed an academic degree in Germanic philosophy and a literature doctorate. He died in November last year of complications following heart surgery.


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BEST FOOT FORWARD: There was a relaxed feel around the office as People’s Post staff donned their comfy slippers on Friday to help make dreams come true. Reporters Laila Majiet, Tammy Petersen, Nicole McCain, Tasmin Cupido, Nikita Sylvester and Christelle Wiese got into the Slipper Day spirit and helped raise funds for Reach For A Dream, a foundation striving to go beyond imagination to fulfil dreams and inspire hope in the hearts of children fighting life-threatening illnesses. This month is their 25th anniversary. PHOTO: ASTRID FEBRUARIE

Spl plash ash into Spring Spring at Fish Hoek A sea of people are expected to converge at Fish Hoek Beach for the popular Spring Splash on Sunday 1 September. The theme this year is Fish Nets and participants are invited to give their imaginations free reign. There are lots of prizes to be won. The event is “100% free”, says Manu Choudree, one of the organisers. First introduced in 2007 by Fish Hoek Galley, the event is also now supported by Fish Hoek Lifesaving and businesses. The Spring Splash is a family-friendly affair which aims to promote Fish Hoek as a fun destination. The bumper line-up includes sandcastle building, a swim/run event in which teams or individuals can enter, youth beach volleball, as well as the Spring Splash.

There will also be an attempt to have the world’s biggest line dance on the beach. Instead of going by car, visitors are encouraged to take the train. Representatives of Law Enforcement, EMS/CMR, Fish Hoek Lifesaving and the fire brigade will also be present. A Spring Bash, featuring live music, will be held on Saturday 31 August at the Bistro Restaurant. The event is a fundraiser for Empowerment Through Education, an NPO in which Fish Hoek Galley partners with Rotary to give 16 children from disadvantaged backgrounds an education, from pre-school to university. Tickets for the bash are R150 each. Drinks are for your own account.

PATHOLOGY: INADEQUATE FACILITIES RETARD SERVICE

Mortuary of horrors

ELSABÉ BRITS

The largest State mortuary in the province is so dilapidated and inadequate that cadavers have to be kept in a shipping container and forensic pathologists have to work while standing in bloody water. Built in 1956, the Salt River GHASTLY: A forensic pathologist works in bloody water because the mortuary serves drainage system at the Salt River mortuary is old. PHOTO: PHOTO24 the entire west metropole, southern suburbs, Klipfon- which is 10 years old – and the biggest tein and Mitchell’s Plain, but has ameni- problem is that the investigating officer changes up to five times sometimes,” Lieties for only 1500 autopsies a year. About 3500 autopsies are currently benberg said. Martin said they wait years – up to conducted at the facility each year, but the infrastructure is so poor that work- nine years – for toxicology reports. This includes the analysis of blood alcohol ers are exposed to health hazards. Professor Lorna Martin, head of UCT’s levels, drugs, poison and medication. It Department of Forensic Medicine, said is done by the national health departspace at the Salt River mortuary is so ment’s three laboratories. “The problem is that I can issue a death limited that they were forced to purchase a cooling container. But even the con- certificate so that the person can be buried, but it states that the cause of death tainer is now full. She has only seven forensic patholo- is ‘unknown’. For years people don’t get gists at her disposal, two of whom are closure and many policies do not pay out as there is uncertainty (of the cause of specialists. Besides autopsies of unnatural deaths death),” she said. “No other specialists – which include any accident, violent will work in such circumstances. People crime, death after anaesthesia and any need to realise deceased people cannot be death where the cause is unclear – they treated differently to living people. They deserve the same respect.” are also involved in lengthy inquests. The solution is a forensic pathology inThey are also witnesses in court, lecstitute. ture and conduct research. Vonita Thompson, the provincial Dr Linda Liebenberg, senior forensic pathologist at UCT’s Department of Fo- health department’s director of forensic rensic Medicine, said her work day pathology services, said the situation at Salt River is receiving preferential attenstarts at 05:30 and ends very late. She conducts between nine and 15 au- tion. Tenders for the new institute will topsies a week. “(I do) up to 600 (autop- be advertised next year. She added the department is aware of sies) every year; the international norm the shortages at the Salt River mortuary is 250 a year,” she said. A basic autopsy, including paperwork, and the new institute is now a preferlasts up to four hours, but “complicated ence. The Tygerberg mortuary will be upmurders can keep us busy for months or even years”. “On my table I have a case graded in tandem with the hospital.

Boost for pathology services

ELSABÉ BRITS

The only solution for a growing population in the Peninsula is to have a forensic pathology institute which houses all related services under one roof. “My mandate is to investigate unnatural deaths thoroughly, effectively and quickly,” said Professor Lorna Martin, head of the UCT Department of Forensic Medicine. She is also the head specialist responsible for autopsies at the Salt River Mortuary, where most of the city’s autopsies are conducted. The idea for the institute has been coming on for years. The provincial health department has included the R200m cost in its coming budget. Six new mortuaries have, meanwhile, been built in rural areas in the last three years. Forensic pathology services are currently divided between the City of Cape Town, provincial and national government. The idea is to get the services under one roof, making it significantly faster and cheaper. Some material collected for further analysis in autopsies literally need to be transported in containers from place to place. Construction to the Main Road en-

trance to Groote Schuur Hospital in Observatory will commence at the end of next year and is expected to last 24 months. The institute will offer: . Toxicology analysis, which includes the analysis of blood alcohol, drugs, medication and poison; . Histopathology, which is the microscopic analysis of tissue; . Dissection and academic venues for lectures and tertiary training; . Analysis of bodily fluids (microbiology, chemistry and virology); . DNA to aid identification of bodies; . A pleasant reception, parking area, garden and improved facilities for people to identify bodies. There will be separate entrances for the public and other services; . Separate work stations for autopsies with work tables for each forensic pathologist; . Forensic anthropology – for the identification of, among others, skeletons; . Forensic dental services; . Place to conduct advanced scans; and . Entomology – the analysis of insects, which, in some cases, helps to determine the time of death.


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Neat 2 Beds with enclosed stoep

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Kewtown R379 000

Tafelsig R285 000

Lovely 3 beds, bics, laminated floors, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, large yard, burglar bars, security gates, alarm +++ Garage for 2 cars.

3 bedroom house with 2 ensuites, kitchen, lounge with guest toilet, dining-room, aluminum windows, enclosed, Carport for 2 cars

3 Large beds, lounge, kitchen, enclosed. free-standing

Grassy Park/Lotus River R599 000

Eesteriver Only R299 000

Beautiful 2 beds (built-in-cupboards and laminated floors), spacious tiled lounge with open plan, fully-fitted kitchen (incl. under-counter oven, hob and extractor fan), tiled bathroom with shower over bath. Remote garage for 3 cars +++ extras incl. burglar bars, security gates + alarm

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(Close To Kilimanjaro)

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2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, Large 3 beds, ounge & dining enclosed + Large Grounds + room, large fitted kitchen, separate Carport for 2 cars. If your combined bath and toilet, Spacious garage wages is approx. R9500.00 per for approx 4 cars. month you could buy this house..

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Lentegeur 299 000

Strandfontein R 499 000

3 Large Beds, Bics, Lounge, Dining Double Storey, 5 Beds, 2 Lounges, Room, Fitted Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms, Corner Bath, 2 Toilets, Fully Fitted Kitchen with oven and hob. Long Double Garage. Large 704m² Plot Drive-way. Cash buyers come negotiate.

3 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Enclosed + Nice Yard

Cash Buyes come negotiate. Ectendes. Large 3 Beds, Very Large Lounge + Dining Room, Bathroom, Kitchen, enclosed. Very nice Area. Needs TLC

Lentegeur (Close To Hospital) R419 000

Rocklands R 399 000

Gordons Bay R885 000

Eersteriver/Kleinvlei R399 000

List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R450 000 THE WESTRIDGE Spacious, Fully Enclosed Freestanding 3 Bed Home With Lounge, F.kitchen & Bath. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

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R319 000 LENTEGEUR Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.Kitchen & Bath. Close to all Amenities & Train Station. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R309 000 LENTEGEUR: Fully Enclosed 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Tv Room, Dinette, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Close to all Amenities. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R425 000 GRASSY PARK PLOT 625m² Service Plot in 2nd Avenue. KASHIEFA 073 929 3221

R185 000 TAFELSIG: 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bed Home with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F. Kitchens, 1 with Scullery, Double Auto Garage, Auto Gates, Pool, Pool House and Plenty more.... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R1 300 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 3 Beds with MES and BIC, Lounge with Fire Place, Dining Room, F.F Kitchen, Fam. Bathroom, Pool & Double Auto Garage on a 1041m² Plot. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R295 000 TAFELSIG Enclosed Freestanding 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. Garage for 6 Cars. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

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SCHAAPKRAAL: R3 895.000excl Perfect range Solar Heater Pool, 4Beds, 3xMes, 3xOutbuildings, Stables NAJWA 082 377 7027

WYNBERG: R720.000excl Flat, 3Beds(Bics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

WELCOME ESTATE: R860.000excl Fs, 4Beds, Lnge, Mes, FFK, F/Bath, 3 Car Garage, Paved, F/Encl, 539m. NORMAN 083 772 8912

SURREY ESTATE: R750.000excl Face brick Semi, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Neat & Well looked after. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

LANSDOWNE: R1 175.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lnge + Drm, F/Bath, FFK, G/Flat (3Beds, LOPK, F/Bath), Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027

PARKTOWN: R439.999excl Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, Family Bath, Kitchen, Encl, Will go quick. NORMAN 083 772 8912

PINATI ESTATE: R829.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Bath, Drm, FFK, Laundry, Garage, P(5xCars), 556m, Encl. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

WELCOME ESTATE: R600.000neg Serviced Plot with Granny Flat, Fully Enclosed 433 m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

MANENBERG: R390.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Carport, Encl, Plot 82 m², Vibracrete, KPC. NORMAN 083 772 8912

SCHAAPKRAAL: R1 450.000excl Vacant Plot 16 000 m² With approved plans. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

FAIRWAYS: R1,175.000excl F/s, 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, TVrm, Study, FFK, G/Flat, Pool, Garage, 496m. NAJWA 082 377 7027

HAZENDAL: R480.000excl Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Study, Carport, P(3xCars), B/Bars, Encl, 189m. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

OTTERY: R649.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Carport. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

LANSDOWNE: R1 500.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, Sunrm, FFK, Mes, 926m, D/Garage, Carport , Pool. NORMAN 083 772 8912

BELTHORNE ESTATE: R1 200.000excl F/s, 3Beds (Bics), Lnge, Drm, TVrm, FFK, F/Bth, Garage, Sep/Ent, P(3xCars), 510 m² NORMAN 083 772 8912

LANSDOWNE: R560.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge cum Kitchen, Parking Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

SCHAAPKRAAL: R2,000.000million F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, D/Garage, Pool, Tiled roof, 8100m, Extra rooms. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

KENILWORTH: R839.000excl 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Bathroom, Kitchen, Parking, 2Gardens. NAJWA 082 377 7027

CRAWFORD: R1, 500.000excl F/s, 4Beds, 2xLnge, Drm, 2xF/Bath, Mes, FFK, Scullery, 3xGarage, 714 m² MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

OTTERY: R850.000neg F/s, 3Beds(1xB), Lnge, Mes, FFK, Garage, T/roof, Encl, 400 m², Hse 82 m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

KEWTOWN: R455.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, Plot 208 m² + House 57 m², Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

NETREG: R189.999excl Semi, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Asbestos roof, Encl, Plot 80 m². NORMAN 083 772 8912

PLUMSTEAD: R1, 199.999excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, Fireplace, FK, MQ, Garage, Encl, 496 m², B/Bars. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

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ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

EASTRIDGE R259 000

TAFELSIG ONLY R199 000

CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE 3 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom with large grounds

BARGAIN PRICE 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom. If you combined salary is approx. R6 800 pm, you could buy this house

ROCKLANDS R315 000

ROCKLANDS R299 000

STRANDFONTEIN R620 000

LOTUS RIVER R199 000

ENCLOSED 2 bedrooms, fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, outdoor undercover area for entertainment, fully enclosed, nice grounds

SPACIOUS GROUND 3 beds, fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, enclosed, spacious yard

SWIMMING POOL 3 beds fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom + entertainment area, garage +++sparkling swimming pool

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EERSTE RIVER CRAVENBY R1.095M R295 000

HEIDEVELD R410 000

DOUBLE STOREY 5 beds (bics), lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen, second lounge upstairs, mes, 3 bathrooms, garage +++ 2 beds seperate entrance

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Bergvl Berg vliet’s iet’s Bergvliet’s ‘Sandman’ andman’ in ‘S pole po position sition LIAM MOSES

Bergvliet’s own motocross champion recently proved his class at international level when he finished ahead of some of the world’s best at the Youth Motocross International in Commercy, France. Justin “The Sandman” Sangster beat UK champion Ike Carter, Dutch number two Mack Bouwenstein and the USA’s Marc Gonzalez to finish seventh out of 80 riders in the under-12 65cc category gold final on Sunday 14 July. The 10-year-old says he was happy to with his placing after struggling in the same race last year. “Last year in France I crashed at the start of the gold final and went down to 40th, but I still managed to pass five people (to eventually) finish 35th,” Sangster says. “I was really happy (to place) seventh this year, but starting with 40 guys in the line is difficult; in South Africa you only get 15. When all 40 guys go into the corner you just have to hold your line and try not to get bumped. If one person falls in front, you get held up.” Sangster has shown bags of talent since taking up the sport at the age of seven. He has won five regional titles since riding his first race. Last year Sangster also won the 50cc Pro

Senior Championship and he currently leads the regional 85cc class by two points. The Sweet Valley Primary pupil says he loves the sport because he enjoys being able to control the power of the motorbike and it allows him to spend time with his friends. His father, Mark, says Justin has shown an immense amount of dedication since taking up the sport. “He works with a junior fitness specialist at the Sport Science Institute twice a week and they go through some specific training for motocross; (specially designed) for him. It works on his core, arms and legs because he needs to grip the bike,” Mark says. “He attends team training on Wednesdays and they spend about 150 minutes going through sessions. He has a one-on-one with the coach on Saturdays, rides on a Sunday and he often gets another ride in during the week. He rides a minimum of three times a week; spending between six and 10 hours riding.” Sangster says he hopes to one day make it as a professional rider and race in the USA in the Lucas Oil Series – the biggest motocross series in the world. He will continue his charge to pole position in SA junior motocross on Friday, when he participates in the World of Motorsport SA North vs South Challenge in Bloemfontein.

RACE READY: Bergvliet’s Justin Sangster, the SA 50cc Pro Series Motocross champion, will compete at World of Motorsport SA North vs South Challenge in Bloemfontein this week.PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

Milano United ready for NFD slog

BARGAINS GALORE COLORADO R470 000 - 3 beds, fam bath, f/

standing, large grounds, f/f kitch.

EERSTE RIVER

R430 000 - 3 beds, lounge, o/p, f/f kitch, f/Standing, garage facade.

EASTRIDGE

R270 000 - 3 beds Converted into 2 beds, lounge, ffk, fam bath, c/port, near traffic department

EASTRIDGE

R280 000 - 3 beds, semi detached, family bathroom, lounge, kitchen, corner plot. Fully Enclosed

LENTEGEUR

R299 000 - F/Standing, 3 beds, f/f kitch, lnge & dining. Large grounds

PORTLANDS

R399 000 - 3 Beds, F/S, Lounge, f/f kitch, out building. Needs TLC

CRAWFORD R750 000. Thornton Road. Prime commercial plot measuring 446 m². RYLANDS R850 000. Hood Road. Vacant plot measuring 626m².

House for Sale in Bayview – R530 000 3 beds BIC in 2 (main bedroom with en suite), two bathrooms. FF Kitchen, lounge and laundry. Burglar bars throughout property, safety gates on front and back door. Covered Carport.

ATHLONE R400 000 Herbrand Street. Development opportunity! 535m² vacant residential plot. R650 000. Lawrence Road. Large vacant plot measuring 990m². Can be subdivided into two plots.

Belhar – R450 000 3 beds, ff kitchen, big lounge, entertainment area with fire place upstairs 2 bathrooms, garage park for 2 cars fully enclosed.

RENTAL PROPERTY R9 000 p/m. Rylands Rd, Rylands. Vacant retail outlet -160m². Zoning • General Business B1.

R450 000 - Corner Plot, 3 beds, lrge grounds, kitch, fam bath, lnge

HEATHFIELD R850 000. •Austel Place•. Fully fitted 2 bed t/house, with o/p lnge, kitchen, and garden. Secure parking with remote control access.

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Hazendal – R1.5 Million 3 beds, walk in closet, fitted kitchen, lounge, d/room, f/bathroom, pool, driveway and parking -5 cars

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Milano United’s management is under no illusions about the size of the task awaiting the club as they go in search of promotion this season. The Grassy Park side were promoted to the National First Division (NFD) last year and looked like possible title contenders at the midway mark, before suffering a drastic drop in form in the second half of the season. Although Milano head coach Theo Hempe is confident his side will be in the running again this year, he says it will be more difficult this time around. “This is definitely going to be tougher than last season because the teams have an idea of what we are about,” he says. “We don’t have a surprise element this year and the teams will come at us a bit harder. We have to work harder and that’s why we strengthened our team.” Hempe adds that Santos, Jomo Cosmos and Black Leopards will be his side’s biggest competition. Milano got off to a rough start in NFD last season, but still managed to enter the mid-season break with five victories, four draws and just three losses. However, Hempe’s side had a significantly lower success rate after the league resumed in February, registering six wins, five losses and five draws. Hempe believes his team are now better equipped to deal with the rigours of the NFD and says they will not suffer another second half slump. “We saw that the dip in form was going to come; we actually thought it might come a bit earlier. When we started last year we didn’t have the all round quality that we have now,” he says. “We are already doing better in that regard. I don’t think we lost it in the second half of the season. Some of our players got injured and we were very tired because they didn’t have a break after the promotion play-offs.” Hempe’s side will kick off the new campaign against Cape Town United, in one of the eight local derbies each of Cape Town’s five NFD teams will have to battle their way through this season. The Mother City has more NFD teams than any other city. Milano will also have to face off against relegated Chippa United, Vasco da Gama and Santos. Hempe believes this could make the battle for promotion even tougher. “With the extra NFD teams in Cape Town the derbies are going to be key and I think it’s going to make it more difficult, as derbies are not games that you can bank on for points,” he says. Meanwhile, Santos will also start the season against a local rival with a trip to Vasco da Gama in Parow. The dates and times of the fixtures are yet to be released.


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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Misfiring Blackpool into last sixteen

LIAM MOSES

Salt River Blackpool struggled into the last 16 of the Coca-Cola Cup with a one goal victory over Bellville City in Grassy Park on Sunday. Blackpool had qualified for the last 32 with a 4-2 victory over Willow Stars from the Nyanga Local Football Association, but couldn’t recapture their goal scoring form in this round. Salt River wasted the first of a glut of giltedged goal-scoring opportunities in the 13th minute, when Moosa Stellenboom was played through on goal but shot directly at Bellville City goalkeeper, Kelly Ruthenberg. Blackpool grew gradually more dominant as the game wore on and were in complete control by the 20 minute mark, but poor finishing and bad decision-making in the final third stopped them from taking the lead. Charlton April was next to squander an opportunity when a deft back-heel from Virgel Ganger found him in a pocket of space in the box and he waited too long before thumping a shot into a defender on the goal-line.

Salt River, just as dominant in the second stanza, finally found their goal-scoring touch in the third minute when Stellenboom took one of the more difficult chances of the game with ease. AAfter bringing down a long, diagonal ball on the right side of the box, Stellenboom angled a shot beyond Ruthenberg and just inside the far post. Blackpool slowed the game down to a crawl after taking the lead, cutting out the direct play which lead to Stellenboom’s opener and keeping possession for long periods. Bellville City struggled to regain possession or string together passes when they had the ball, but they almost stole an equaliser in the 25th minute when Marco Russell intercepted an under-hit back pass, shooting directly at Blackpool keeper Yazeed Fredericks. Blackpool left several chances on the pitch, but improved composure in front of goal could see them go all the way to the final. The next round of the tournament will be played on Sunday 18 August. The venue and fixtures are yet to be released.

CLASHING: Bellville City’s Matthew Johannes (left) and Salt River Blackpool’s Riyaaz Alexander jump to win a high ball during a Coca-Cola Cup last 32 match at Rooikrans Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Sunday. Blackpool won 1-0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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RAGING BULL: Young Ideas RFC eighth-man Tsewu Photuxolo bounces Retreat RFC flyhalf Brandon Adams off during a Division Three match in Retreat on Saturday. Retreat won 29-17. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

Retreat wins top of table clash Retreat RFC have boosted their chances of winning Division Three after hitting form at the business end of the Western Province club rugby season. The Allenby Drive based side pulled off a bonus point victory over second placed Young Ideas at home on Saturday and now hold third place on the log, trailing the Langa based club by a single point. The game had the feel of a grudge match and the home side seemed desperate to win, after losing 16-10 in the away fixture. Retreat opened the scoring after just five minutes when fluent running and skilful off-loads put centre Cheslyn Engelbrecht into space, just inside the opposition half, and he burst through three would-be tacklers to cross over. Young Ideas failed to cope with Retreat’s frenzied onslaught at the gainline and the hosts stretched the lead in the 12th minute, despite prop Ricardo Manual being yellow-carded five minutes earlier. After winning a penalty in Young Ideas’ 22, Xaviar Oliver took a quick tap and darted across the whitewash. Flyhalf Brandon Adams stretched the lead in the 22nd minute, adding a penalty to his two conversions. The third try came two minutes before half-time, when loosehead prop

Aden Thomas received the ball on the right touchline and crossed the 10m line to the try line, with two Young Ideas defenders clinging on desperately. Retreat continued to dominate when play resumed and replacement Burd Smart inked his name on the scoresheet around the 45th minute, when he forced his way over from close range after several phases in the Young Ideas 22. The home side switched off almost immediately after Adams converted the try and Young Ideas were allowed to add a touch of respectability to the scoreline. Young Ideas struck through tries from fullback Zaki Masibonge, wing Siviwe Nokonyana and flyhalf Yoze Lunga, who also converted his own touchdown. The game finished with the score at 29-17 – Retreat’s sixth victory in eight games since the start of June. Strand Pioneers currently lead the Division Three table with 51 points, with a game in hand on Retreat (43) and Ideas (44). Retreat will be confident of pulling off similar victories against Temperance and Perseverance over the next two weekends, before a derby against Peninsula RFC on Saturday 7 September and the last match of the year against Imiqhaya at Allenby Drive.

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Bat Battsw tswood ood push Battswood champs all the way LIAM MOSES

TOUGH TACKLE: Hanover Park FC’s Yasiem Moses (left) makes a tackle on Battswood AFC’s Robin Reid during a Coca-Cola Cup last 32 match at Rooikraans Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Sunday. Hanover Park won 3-1 on penalties after the game finished 0-0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

Coca-Cola Cup defending champions Hanover Park FC qualified for the last 16 of the tournament after knocking out Battswood AFC on penalties on Sunday. The match was a classic “David vs Goliath” encounter, pitting Hanover Park’s experience against Battswood’s youthful energy. Hanover Park showed superior tactical discipline, excellent positioning and seemed more comfortable in possession, but lacked the composure to take the chances created. The defending champions had the first clearcut chance of the game in the 11th minute, when Roesdien Smith latched onto a through ball in the box, but skied his shot with Battswood goalkeeper Tyrounne Johannes at his mercy. Marlon Goodman was next to miss a sitter for Hanover Park, firing wide of goal after the ball dropped to him inside the box in the 28th minute. Battswood were content to soak up pressure and play on the break in the first half, but had limited success. The Wynberg club hit the target for the first time in the last minute of the half, when Jason Brown’s close-range half-volley was pushed to safety by Wesley Seconds. Smith had another opportunity in the 60th minute, but his volley was kept out by an excellent save from Johannes. Hanover Park seemed to lose patience mid-

way through the second half, just as Battswood were finding their rhythm, and the balance of power shifted completely around the 25th minute when Hanover Park’s Ganief Karriem was red-carded. Despite the numerical advantage, Battswood couldn’t unlock the stingy Hanover Park defence and Seconds was called into action just once in the rest of the game, keeping out Devon Morris’ screamer from outside the box with a full length dive. Seconds was in excellent form again in the penalty shoot-out which followed, pulling off stunning saves to keep out three of Battswood’s four attempts and help his side to a 3-1 win in the shoot-out. The next round of the tournament will be played on Sunday 18 August. The venue and fixtures are yet to be released.

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