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SEA POINT: BLOCK OF FLATS UNDER PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT’S SPOTLIGHT

Problems at plot persist NICOLE MCCAIN @nickymccain

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rovincial government is in the process of evicting tenants from Wynyard Mansions in Sea Point. The block of flats shares the same plot as the vacant former Tafelberg High School in Main Road. However, it remains to be seen what will be done with the site. The school building has been standing open for seven years, says Sea Point Action Group spokesperson David Kramer. However, the block of flats behind the school is still occupied and has raised safety concerns for residents, he says. One of the flats recently caught alight and drug addicts and unauthorised people frequent the block despite security guards patrolling the site, he claims. There were major security issues on the site for many years, Community Police Forum chairperson Heather Tager confirms. “The CPF fought this issue for a long period of time and the current situation cannot be compared to what was transpiring previously on that property. After numerous meetings were held with the Department of Human Settlements, they undertook to put security on site which they consequently did,” she says. “At a later stage there were again complaints from the surrounding neighbours and the security company was changed. In my opinion the co-operation from the department has been excellent as they complied with what they undertook to do. At this moment there is only one flat occupied illegally and the occupant has been served with an eviction order which was scheduled for court on 24 February.” Once the tenant is evicted, the property will be handed over to the Department of Transport and Public Works, Tager says. However, Kramer is fed up with “empty promises”. “For over seven years residents have heard that evictions and tenders are forthcoming. It was our understanding that the security is there to control access and only allow those residents in that are meant to be there,” he says. “It is my belief that the security are either being instructed differently or are being

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bribed to let others in. I have cameras positioned on the premises and I have seen money changing hands. We need schools in the area, and here is a prime site being squandered.” The pupils of the Tafelberg School moved to their new school building in the third term of 2010, which merged the primary and high schools, says the provincial education minister’s spokesperson Bronagh Casey. “The new school had been designed in accordance with Education White Paper 6,

making it the first fully accessible resource centre in the province, both from a physical and curriculum accessibility point of view,” she says. The property which housed the primary school, on the corner of Kings and Tramway roads, is currently receiving an R18m upgrade as the property is taken over by the French School of Cape Town. The French School will use the property as an educare centre and primary school, beginning from their new academic year start-

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATLANTIC SEABOARD | CITY EDITION Thursday, 27 February 2014

LONG STREET: BUSINESS OWNERS APPROVE LIQUOR LICENCE ENFORCEMENT

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ity nightclub Republic Lounge has been closed down after a raid by police and Law Enforcement officers. Authorities raided the club after it was allegedly trading without a licence. The licence had been revoked two weeks ago, says Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security JP Smith, but the club continued to operate. Spokesperson for the Western Cape Liquor Board Philip Prinsloo says the licence was not revoked, but was suspended at the licence holder’s request. “The licence holder requested the licence to be temporarily suspended until he can find another suitable venue. Accordingly, on Friday 7 February the licence was temporarily suspended,” he says. Law Enforcement officers have also received a number of complaints regarding noise violations. The club’s liquor was confiscated during the raid and the owner arrested. The club will remain closed until the matter appears before the Liquor Board, Smith says. ILLEGAL TRADING: City nightclub Republic Lounge has been closed for trading without a licence during Randolf Jorgen, chairperson of Long a weekend raid. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN Street business owners association OnThe raid has also eased the mind of busi- uor regulations through a two-pronged apLong, says police have informed club owners of the details of the law and the conse- nesses trading within the law, Jorgen says. proach. “The police recently held a very “Action against clubs trading illegally productive liquor forum to educate licence quences for breaking it. “The police have communicated very levels the playing field. If clubs trade illegal- holders. We hope that the combination of foclearly that things like this would happen. ly until 06:00 or without a licence, business- rums and enforcement will get licence holdThe general rules apply to everyone, and es that are closing on time and paying the ers to comply,” she says. “We’ve had numerous complaints of clubs clubs trading illegally had better watch fees for a licence are undercut. They are then either forced to trade illegally them- trading after hours or serving alcohol to miout,” he says. nors. We need to address these.” Jorgen is aware of several complaints selves or go out of business,” he says. The bar owner could not be reached for Community Police Forum chairperson against the nightclub and was not surprised Nicola Jowell says police are enforcing liq- comment. by the Law Enforcement action.

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATLANTIC SEABOARD | CITY EDITION Thursday, 27 February 2014

THREE ANCHOR BAY: ADDITION OF TWO MORE STOREYS HAS LOCALS FUMING

Outrage reaches new heights NICOLE MCCAIN @nickymmcain

The construction of a luxury block of apartments is surging ahead, despite attempts from residents to put a stop to an application which will see an extra two storeys topping the building. Solomon Brothers Property Holdings, developers of The Versailles currently under construction at 219 Main Road in Three Anchor Bay, was given permission to erect a nine-storey residential block in 2009. This included a basement for parking. However, developers have since applied to increase the development by two storeys. Despite receiving over 20 objections, Subcouncil 16 recently approved the application, says Planning and Building Development Management director Cheryl Walters. “There is an existing approval in place. Permission at that time was granted for a nine-storey building, which they may build. The two additional storeys cannot be built until the Land Use application process in terms of the Zoning Scheme is finalised and the final building plan approval, which follows the Land Use application process, is issued. The current application process will only be concluded at the end of appeal processes,” she explains.

out of context” and “overshadows the neighbouring buildings”. However, the report submitted to the subcouncil found the neighbouring buildings to be nine storeys high each, with residents affected minimally by the additional two floors. Residents also raised concerns about the increase in traffic, as the new development would have 55 flats. This has been addressed by the inclusion of 94 parking bays in the plans. Lauded as Cape Town’s “newest, most exclusive, all-suite, fully serviced accommodation on the Atlantic Seaboard”, the development’s website boasts 50 ocean and mountain-facing suites. The roof will also have a pool and deck area, sunbathing terraces and braai facilities. According to the website, “every suite is luxuriously appointed with all the lavish amenities you may desire – from king size beds, 42” High Definition flat screen TVs, Blue-Ray DVD players, mini-bars, in-room digital safes and supercomfortable sofas”. A restaurant will also be housed in the complex, as well as a 24 hour concierge service and around the clock security. Gareth Berril, marketing and sales manager at Solomon Brothers Property Holdings, declined to comment on the development plans.

COMING SOON: The construction of a luxury block of apartments is underway, despite attempts from residents to limit the number of storeys topping the building. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN The objections raised concerns that the additional two floors would overshadow the neighbouring blocks, Belvedere and Blackrock, limiting sunlight and priva-

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATLANTIC SEABOARD | CITY EDITION Thursday, 27 February 2014

GREEN POINT: ART54 KICKS OFF

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The first of several public art installations, selected under the Art54 project, is ready for viewing. The first artwork, an abstract mural, has been completed in Thornhill Park in Green Point. Over the course of the next three months sculptures, photographic installations, performances and more murals will appear in public spaces across the ward. A call was made in mid-2013 for artists to submit proposals for temporary artworks. A curatorial committee consisting of landscape architects, curators, city planners and active citizens then made a selection of pieces to be installed. The project has been endorsed as a World Design Capital 2014 project. Kirsty Reilly, an art teacher at Reddam House, involved her art and design class in the project. She was approached by the ratepayers’ association to create something on the wall in

V City Bowl: The Crypt will entertain with good old swing jazz from the 1920s and 1930s with Klaus Baltin on trombone and vocals, Erika Lundi on vocals, Wesley Rustin on double bass, Jack Momple on drums and Derk Blaisse on piano. Entry is R55 and R30 for students. Doors open at 20:00. Book on 079 683 4658.

PRETTY PLAYTIME: A new mural in Thornhill Park is the first installation of public art in the Art54 project. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN

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the bright colours.” Ward councillor Beverley Schafer has been driving the project to enable artists to show their work in popular public spaces. “We are lucky in Ward 54 to have public spaces which are well known and now we have a way to curate and facilitate artists to show their work to the public. The aim of the project is to have temporary art and a regular rotation of work so that as many artists as possible have the opportunity to exhibit.” Reilly and her pupils are planning other murals in the lanes and cul-de-sacs of the neighbourhood.

the park and, with the help of local graffiti artist Andrew Breitenberg and her 12 pupils, she came up with the abstract design. “It was quite challenging to fill the space. We decided to go with a simple and eye-catching design. All the kids chipped in and we had such fun! It’s great that they can be involved in the community and World Design Capital 2014. The kids loved the project and they’re all so proud of the artwork,” she says. Park visitor Susan Amuron says the mural has given new life to the park. “It’s a very pretty and unique artwork. It makes the park nicer and my children love

V Waterfront: Jan Neethling will be signing his limited edition book on his lifework at the Erdmann Contemporary stand at the Cape Town Art Fair from 15:00. Visitors to the Cape Town Art Fair can also meet Brett Murray, the SA artist renowned for his controversial “Spear” painting of Jacob Zuma and his steel and mixed­media wall sculptures. The fair takes place at the The Pavilion in Dock Road. Sunday 2 March V De Waal Park: From swing to jazz and everything in between, music fans will want to mark their calendars for Concerts in the Park, featuring the superb vocals and music styles of the UCT Big Band. Performing under the direction of internationally renowned Professor Mike Campbell, the 18­piece band with five vocalists will hit the bandstand stage at 16:00. For more information visit www.concert­ sinthepark.co.za or contact Charles on 082 451 9339.

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to release them of the Reversionary Clause so that they could sell the land,” he explains. The land was handed over in 2001, and the beneficiaries decided they would not build there, but would rather benefit from any developments erected on the land. Several development proposals have been turned down over the last decade, including a retirement village and a land swop. Mayor Patricia de Lille has approved the removal of the Reversionary Clause with conditions, Neilson says. “These include steps to ensure that it is sold at market value so that the beneficiaries get the maximum value. The net proceeds from the sale, that is less all the costs that they have incurred over the years, will go to the restitution beneficiaries,” he says. According to Aubrey Miller, CEO of Sealedbid.co.za who is handling the transaction, the sale comes as a rare opportunity for investors. “Vacant land of this size and location offers an exceptionally rare property investment and development opportunity. The last time the market saw a similar opportunity was almost 20 years ago, with the last possibly being the famous President Hotel in Bantry Bay,” he says. “We have received a phenomenal amount of interest in this property from local and national developers as well as foreign investors. Property values along the Atlantic Seaboard have continued to climb despite the economic conditions and with recent sales in neighbouring Clifton selling for just short of R200 million, we are expecting to achieve an excellent sales price for this property.”

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PEOPLE'S POST | ATLANTIC SEABOARD | CITY EDITION Thursday, 27 February 2014

Ikeys’ title hopes dented by defeat LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT

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TAKE A BOW: SACS beat Bishops 6­4 in the final of the Maitland Night Series Water Polo Tournament at the Newlands Swimming Pool on Tuesday. SACS remained unbeaten throughout the tournament, beating Paul Roos Gymnasium, Wynberg Boys’ High, Ronde­ bosch Boys’ High and Reddam House during the league phase. Here the victors face their school mates and supporters. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

Karateka to live their dreams LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT Stern instructions, shouted responses and the sound of fists and feet slamming into leather pads echo across the Crystal High School hall. The noise from the building can be heard metres away and its jarring once inside. The Hanover Park school may be more well-known as a target for theft and vandalism, but every evening it morphs into one of Cape Town’s toughest martial arts schools: the Shinkyokushinkai Dojo. Lead by sensei Deen Daniels, the dojo has grown into one of the peninsula’s top schools in the Kyokushin style of karate. In 2012, four of Daniels’ students participated in an international tournament on Reunion Island, bringing home two gold medals, one silver and a fourth place ahead of fighters from five other countries. Now nine of the dojo’s best could be travelling to Japan to trade blows with the best young full-contact fighters in the world, at the Karate Dream Cup in Tokyo. “The Dream Cup is an international tournament held every second year; what makes it special is that almost every other nation affiliated to the World Karate Federation will participate,” Daniels says. “I selected only kids who performed well at the Shinkyokushinkai National Championships in Rustenburg last August; they placed first or second.” An intense desire to succeed seems to permeate from the entire club, so it’s no surprise the dojo is packed with national and provincial champions. The secret behind the success is hard work and dedication. The students train four to five times a week, for between 90 minutes and two hours at a punishing intensity. Surrey Estate’s Mikhail Hicks joined the club just last year after taking a four year break from karate. He went on to win the under-55kg category in under-17 age group at the national championships, was selected

for the Dream Cup team and received his black belt just two weeks ago. “It was tough at first, because your body has to go through all the different changes again,” the 17-year-old says. “You have to do physical training and become conditioned. It was hard, but as you progress you see that you can withstand it and handle more. All my life I have been working to reach my black belt and to represent my country at a world tournament in Japan. I am proud that I have been selected to go.” The dojo’s achievements fly in the face of the adversity the students face in Hanover Park every day. Daniels and his students were recently trapped inside the hall for almost an hour, as they waited for gang shootings to abate. He has since been forced to end classes 30 minutes earlier, in hopes of ensuring his student’s safety. Daniels believes karate is an oasis for his students, away from the troubles in the area. The fighters are looking for donations towards the R20 000 it will cost each student to participate in the tournament. “This is an opportunity for a child that lives in a gang-infested community to represent their country in sport they chose to do,” he says. “They could choose to do drugs or run around with guns, but they choose this; why not give them the opportunity? They may just impress and do very well, but it’s more about giving someone from a community as volatile as Hanover Park the opportunity to live their dream, even if it’s only once. We get very few of these chances.” The students who have been selected for the Dream Cup are Mikhail Hicks, Lee Hicks, Myles Williams, Sergio Swarts, Kenrick Finch, Natheer Kamish, Naasik Kamish, Saa’iba Daniels and Iman Nacerodien. The dojo will host several fundraisers over the coming weeks. V For more information or to assist visit www.shinkyokushinkai.co.za or call Daniels on 082 978 2508.

he Ikey Tigers’ chances of securing a Varsity Cup home semi-final were slashed after a loss to log leaders Tuks on Monday. UCT were defeated 26-16 at home, slipping out of the top four and possibly out of contention for the knockout rounds. Ikeys went into the crunch encounter high on confidence after two morale boosting wins against arch rivals Maties and Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University over the last two weeks. THROUGH THE GAP: Ikey Tigers scrumhalf Liam Slatem races towards After five minutes of the try­line in Monday’s Varsity Cup match against Tuks at the Green play, it looked as if the Mile. The visitors were 26­16 victors. PHOTO: GAVIN WITHERS/ACTION PIX home side were set to UCT pack could retreat. Tian Schoeman make it three out of three. Once a short, initial period of Tuks domi- pulled Tuks level with the conversion. With no wind to help stem the Tuks attack nance ended, the strong wind at UCT’s backs in the second half, UCT were up against it. started to influence the game. Though the Tigers attacked the gain line Flyhalf Dean Grant sought the touchline from a penalty and his kick carried deep into with gusto and defended bravely, they failed to alter the score board and could not keep the defending champion’s half. UCT chose not to drive from the resulting Tuks out. The visitors scored their second try in the line-out, electing to move the ball away from the powerful Tuks forward pack and on to 55th minute when fullback Warrick Gelant muscular flank Vince Jobo lurking in mid- finished in the right corner after aggressive carries sucked in the UCT defence. field. Schoeman missed the subsequent converThough UCT scored from the move, many sion, but Tuks scored again just 10 minutes would argue they were fortunate. Jobo got the go-forward as planned, but later. Prop Neethling Fouche intercepted a waythe ball was ripped loose and scrumhalf Liam Slatem was on-hand to pick up and race ward pass on the right and the ball was clear. Grant goaled the conversion to hand spread left for Duncan Matthews to take advantage of the overlap and score. UCT 8-0 lead. Schoeman was struggling in the wind and Grant’s booming boot, the Ikey’s solid line-out and an effective maul looked set to again failed his conversion attempt, but the be a regular route to the try-line while the miss had little effect on the result. Tuks sealed a bonus point in the 78th wind was at their backs. But poor decision-making meant the home minute when, after several phases on attack, team failed to make use of the advantage. replacement hooker Arno van Wyk took a The Tigers were guilty of tapping and run- short pass at a ruck and surged through a ning from penalties in their own half, when defeated UCT defence to score. This time Schoeman goaled the converbooting Tuks back into the 22 and building from the set-piece would have served better. sion and took the score to 26-8. However, the scoring was not done. UCT Effective kicking from open play could also have allowed the Ikeys to play in Tuks’ replacement centre Huw Jones picked up a half and feed off the errors which were loose ball and sped away from the Tuks defence to score under the posts in the final bound to follow. UCT failed to score any further points in minute. Grant added a touch of respectability to the first-half and were eventually made to pay for their poor choices in the 42nd the scoreline, converting the try before the final whistle sounded. minute. UCT will hope to restore their title charge After winning a scrum penalty in the opposition 22, Tuks loosehead prop Juan Sch- when they face the University of Johannesoeman tapped and barged over before the burg (away) on Monday.

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Wynberg batters ’Bosch in T20 final

CLEAN BOWLED: Rondebosch Boys’ High School bats­ man Ryan Klein is bowled by Wynberg Boys’ High School player Nicholas Scott in the Coca­Cola T20 Championship final. PHOTO: MATTHEW WITHERS/ACTION PIX

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ynberg Boys’ High School’s under19A team produced a brilliant allround performance to beat arch rivals Rondebosch Boys’ High in the WP CocaCola T20 Challenge final on Tuesday. The rivals met at the Vineyard Oval in Newlands in a repeat of last year’s final – one of the matches ’Bosch won on the road to claiming the national title. The defending champions won the toss and selected to bat, but were bowled out for

just 81 with four balls remaining. Wynberg chased down the target in just 16.1 overs, posting 82/3. ’Bosch went into the match without the services of strike bowlers Dayyaan Galiem and Jay Stevens, meaning they needed a healthy total to defend. However, they had nothing to match the Wynberg bowling attack and went on to collapse in their innings. Openers Matthew Christensen and Murray Commins were removed for 4 from 14 balls and 15 off 18 respectively. Dayyaan Galiem, playing with the injury which prevented him from bowling and

forced him to withdraw from the SA under19 World Cup squad, top-scored with 20 off 32. ’Bosch managed just three boundaries in the innings, with Galliem scoring a four and a six and Commins hitting one four. Wynberg’s top order did not suffer the same fate. Opener Kyle Verreyne hit an impressive 32 off 34 balls, building the platform for his side’s victory. Though Raythaan Addinall (7) and Tyla Sylvester (1) were removed cheaply, the fourth wicket pairing of Mitch Lotz and Matthew Goles saw Wynberg home. Lotz scored

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