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A SPATE of house break-ins around Maynardville, in Wynberg, has mobilised the community to get tough on crime. They are fed up with criminals, vagrants and people loitering around Devonshire, Oak, Cogill, Vriedenhof, Langley, Fleming, Mortimer, Wellington roads. Sector Commander Warrant Officer John Jacobs called a meeting at the police station on Wednesday 22 August to discuss a security plan for the neighbourhood. Jacobs says there were 10 house break-ins in Devonshire, Oak and Cogill roads in one month. He suspects there were more which haven’t been reported. This month there were three reported house break-ins in the area. Neighbours tell of people knocking at their doors, breaking into garages, and climbing on walls and through windows. Problems of street people begging, sleeping and defecating in the streets were also highlighted. The canal that flows down the centre of Oak and Devonshire roads winds through residential gardens and is used by criminals as an entry point to their homes, residents say. A drive around the charming cottage area shows that people are living in fortresses, laced with slash wire, burglar bars, electric and metal fences. At the meeting, a woman, who wishes not to be named, reported that while she was out shopping a few weeks ago, her former husband disturbed four men coming out of her house in Devonshire Road. The men broke down the front security gate and door, ransacked the house and stole jewellery, computers and valuables. The four men brazenly walked out of the house, passed her former husband and climbed into a parked car. Her former husband phoned the police immediately to report the robbery. A few weeks before, she woke up to the news that two men had tried to break through her tenant’s window with a hammer. She drove around the area looking for the men and spotted them sitting on a wall. Other residents told stories of washing being stolen, cars broken into and lamps being stolen from stoeps. Another resident witnessed a cast iron drain pipe being ripped off the wall of a house by a horse and cart team. Broken glass from

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car windows which have been broken into, is a common sight in the area, especially along Wellington Road. Prostitution is also a problem. Motorists pick up the women on the Main Road and drive into the quiet streets. In the morning condoms and packets litter the streets and driveways. Jacobs says: “Most crime takes place while you are asleep in your beds.” Residents say they have heard car doors slamming and soft whistles as the criminals prowl around the neighbourhood. Jacobs says: “People must take ownership of their own security, and make sure their homes are safe, but the street belongs to the community.” Everyone at the meeting agreed it was time

to form a neighbourhood watch as it has proved very effective in other areas. They also discussed the possibility of creating a City Improvement District (CID). Jacobs told residents their part of Wynberg is the “polony in the middle. BKM and other neighbourhood security groups have chased the criminals into more vulnerable places, like the area from Maynardville up to Constantia Main Road. There are CCTV cameras on Claremont Main Road and a camera will soon be installed in the Wynberg CBD, which could make things worse.” Jacobs says it is time to do something positive. A resident suggested installing cameras. Leon Fortuin, of LA Systems, says although an expensive choice, the best system can pro-

vide footage which can be picked up by email and accessed on a laptop. He has agreed to provide and install cameras in the area for a two-week trial. Jacobs suggests having a show of force in the area with a blue light patrol. This will be a combined drive through the Wynberg Improvement District (WID) with vehicles, police vans and cars to scare off criminals. He advised residents to share email and cellphone numbers and keep in touch and tip each other off about suspicious activities. “When you go for a walk take your cellphone and report anything suspicious to the police or the sector police on 082 378 7747.” If street people are causing a problem, they can be reported to 0800 872 01. To attend the next meeting call Jacobs on 079 894 1469.

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I digress... What are the chances of looking out of your window in suburban Cape Town to see a hippo grazing in your garden? All very dramatic and exciting, but disgusting is the fact that the young hippo escaped from the reserve with his mother and sibling because the fencing that keeps them safely enclosed had been stolen. I’m anti-violence but in this instance wish the thieves had gotten theirs from the hippo family. On a positive note, along with some of our readers, People’s Post created its own special memories when we took close to 80 of our female readers and colleagues on a women’s outing this week. The weather played along as we enjoyed a tour aboard City Sightseeing buses; through the city, District Six and Bo-Kaap, ending with a cable car trip. Thank you to all the women who made the day unforgettable. ’Til next time, go well! ConnectED is a weekly column by People’s Post editor Feroza Miller-Isaacs who can be contacted at feroza@peoplespost.co.za. People’s Post is also online. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za.

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Two armed hold­ups in Bergvliet

As the man parked in his Camellia Close driveway, a silver Hyundai pulled in alongside him. Two armed men got out and rushed at him on Tuesday at 22:00. They assured the man and his wife they would not be harmed. The assailants tied the couple up in their bedroom with ties and cellphone charger cables. While one robber kept watch with a firearm over the couple, his two accomplices searched the home for valuables. They stole jewellery, a laptop, cellphone, an ipod and other items. The men were well-dressed, well-spoken and polite throughout the robbery. They told the couple they would not be harmed if they cooperated and did not make a noise. They asked for the car keys, then drove off in their own car. The husband managed to slide off the bed, and, using his teeth, untied his wife and called 10111. The couple was not hurt and their cars were not stolen. The police took fingerprints and BKM will view camera footage to determine if any vehicles followed the resident. The next day a brazen armed robbery took place in Dreyersdal, Bergvliet at 21:00 while the family was sitting in the living room. The son noticed the door to his aunt’s car was open and went out to close it. Two men armed with guns and knives frog marched him back into the house. The men stole a plasma TV, jewellery and cash from the safe. They fled in the daughter’s silver Chevy Cruse, number plate CA 896216. In a separate incident, thieves kicked down the front door of a Newton Drive, Meadowridge home on Saturday 25 August, reports BKM Watch. When ADT responded to the house alarm, they found the door wide open.

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Race: the comic factor SOUTH Africans have the ability to laugh at themselves, but race may be a touchy subject for many in the wake of the legacy of apartheid. Local comedians tend to make reference to or use racial comments in their shows, but is it done in bad taste? People’s Post interns Luzuko Zini and TarrenLee Habelgaarn took to the streets to poll readers and took the photos.

OVERSENSI­ TIVE: Zakhir Cassim thinks peo­ ple shouldn’t take life too seriously. Comedians are only do­ ing their jobs, he says. “They are there to make people laugh. You’ll take offence if you don’t have a sense of humour.”

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Beware baby hippo Bilbo

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A TWO-year-old hippo has lost its way after trying to return to its pod. Bilbo, the hippo, managed to move out from Rondevlei into the Strandfontein Birding Area and later into Zeekoevlei. It is believed Bilbo moved out through an open fence gap. The 300 metre section of fencing was stolen from the False Bay Nature Re-

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“Hippos usually stay in the water during the day and move out to graze at night,” she says. Residents in Lotus River and near the vlei need to be cautious because the hippo is moving into residents’ gardens and nearby roads.” Wood explains how Bilbo got lost. “A female hippo from Rondevlei that had recently given birth in the small wetlands in Zeekoevlei moved out of the fenced area into

a disused pan of the Strandfontein Birding Area with her young calf. An older calf was following the hippo and joined her in the pans,” she says. The older calf, Bilbo, remained behind in the Strandfontein Birding Area and did not follow the mother back into Rondevlei.” Woods also hopes their plan of trying to get Bilbo back home will work. “Funnels have been built into the fence so that the animal can move back into Rondevlei. We hope the hippo can go back into Rondevlei via these funnels. However, because the animal is moving into the nearby suburbs at night, Reserve management are now discussing a way forward and perhaps active capture,” she says.

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Tuesday 28 August 2012

Something for the ladies WITH about 2 000 entries, it was a daunting task choosing the 40 winners for People’s Post’s Women’s Month bus tour.

ACROSS THE PENINSULA: Readers from across the People’s Post distribu­ tion blanket ensured they made life­long friendships. From left are Wiedaad Pillay (Grassy Park), Heidi Osborn (Tokai), Aziza Vallie (Crawford) and Deb Muenstermann (Muizenberg).

The winners called and wrote to say “thank you” for an amazing day trip in which many went up Table Mountain in a cable car for the first time. All the winners say they felt like tourists in their own city, thanks to City Sightseeing. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za for more photos.

TO THE NINES: Readers, from left, Fatima Petersen (Newfields), Christine Talmakies (Maitland Garden Village), Claudelle van Diemen (Seawinds), Va­ nessa Oliver (Factreton) and Elizabeth Slingers (Bridgetown) were im­ pressed with their People’s Post goodie bags.

FRIENDLY CHIT­CHAT: Mother and daughter Evie and Christina Quest with People’s Post advertising representative Karen Peiser (right).

LOOK­OUT: Chantal Muller looks through the stationery binoculars.

GET TOGETHER: From left, Evelyn Scott (False Bay), Zaghra Madatt (South­ field) and Shirley Huang (Rondebosch) explore the mountain.


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Spring – a burst of colour

SPRING has sprung, the grass has ris’, I wonder where the birdies is?

A fine time, is spring – all that is fresh and new is embodied in this time of year. Mother Nature has exchanged her dark, drab mantle of winter, in favour of a fresh green one. In fact, a multitude of greens, if truth be told. Before the appearance of the burst of colours that are the flowers, everything is green: the young shoots on the deciduous trees, the creepers and vines push forward into the promise of grander things to come. Our local fynbos, with good rains earlier in the year, transforms the veld into a vibrant blanket of colour. What was a barren, drab countryside is now a beautiful tapestry of such a variety of hues as to hurt the eye. The West Coast, Namaqualand and the Southern Cape are areas to visit to witness this metamorphosis into a thing of beauty. Of course, if you have planned things properly and sown seeds earlier in the year in your garden, you will have this wonderful spectacle right on your doorstep. Accompanying the profusion of flowers will be insects galore – great opportunities for macro images. To capture the wonder of a field of wildflowers, not only is the bigger picture the usual capture, but close-ups, too, will tell the story with the suggestion of colour forming the backdrop to your photos.

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Dotted line IT ALL comes down to a matter of semantics for the three percent of Woolworths staff who have yet to sign a new contract in which they’re required to work flexible hours. Initial media reports say the firm was cutting some 600 jobs. The retailer has come out denying these reports, saying they are not retrenching as this is “not a formal retrenchment exercise”. But for the three percent of employees who have yet to sign on the dotted line, it may very well come to the option of leaving with a voluntary severance payment or taking early retirement, should they qualify. Woolworths has explained its position. The company runs a seven-days-a-week operation, 365 days a year. Already 97 % of Woolworths employees had started working under the new contract. It requires them to work flexible hours, including weekends. By comparison, the old contract required staff to work a fixed shift from Monday to Friday, and a half-day on Saturday. Woolworths COO, Sam Ngumeni, says the company will offer staff who opt for the flexible contract a “conversion payment”. As for those who don’t, does this mean they will, in fact, be without a job? At what stage should the government intervene to prevent working people from losing their jobs in the private sector? South African companies have used labour legislation at their disposal to revisit employee contracts. One of these are “operational criteria”. The demands on the retail industry are fuelled by every person who uses these services at odd hours and over weekends. South African companies could consider being more flexible in their own approach to staff. Every time consumers frequent malls and stores, someone has to be there to do the work. Consumers may have a better understanding of the dynamics involved when it is their own working these inflexible hours.

Help the athletes What an amazing experience I JUST want to say a heartfelt thank you to People’s Post for the Women’s Day city tour and outing to Table Mountain on Wednesday 22 August. It was very well planned and I really liked how the winners were selected from all different walks of life. Some of the ladies who were chosen hadn’t even been up Table Mountain before! We were also presented with a lovely goody bag and a snack on Table Mountain which made us feel really special!

Also a big thanks to Ebteshaamah who was very professional and managed to successfully coordinate a big group of ladies. A job very well done to her! Thanks, too, to William and the bus driver from CitySightseeing. I felt like a tourist in my own hometown and certainly learnt a thing or two about our beautiful city. Overall an amazing experience! FATIMA TAR MAHOMED

Trip made Women’s Month special THIS is to express my thanks and appreciation for being selected to go on the sightseeing bus and the Table Mountain cable car on Wednesday 22 August. I thoroughly enjoyed the experience, forming part of such a friendly group of women. In the end it felt as though we had known each other all our lives!

Thank you, People’s Post, for making this year’s Women’s Month something extra special for me. The outing was an unforgettable experience. Be sure also to thank Ebteshaamah and her assistants who accompanied us on the trip to ensure a smooth-running event. EVELYN SCOUT

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en once-off donations. Am I wrong to expect compensation in kind for the donor’s loved ones – should they be in this unenviable position in the future? Not all receivers revere and nurture their new organs, so what is the motivation for normal, average people to allow the harvesting of their bodies? LLOYD ANDERSON Muizenberg

THE biggest sporting showpiece of this world played off on an island called England and ran for 16 days. It was described by most as the greatest Olympic Games ever. I have a propensity to agree, but only because I have a Dstv package that allowed me to watch most of the sporting disciplines that athletes from all walks of life could compete in. The Games had come and gone; our gold medal winners will be remembered for a few more weeks before life returns to normal for all of them. Now our athletes were offered a heap of money for winning medals. Athletes who formed part of a team had to split the money between that particular team members. I am not sure if our athletes will be taxed on their winnings, but if they had decent sponsors it should make a big difference to their monthly salary, or so I think. Winning a gold medal at the Games would certainly attract a lot of interest from would-be sponsors and could definitely boost the income of these athletes. For athletes from America, Russia, Britain and other countries there are many appearances and endorsement deals that generally follow a gold medal winner. I sincerely hope this is the case for our local boys and girls as well. It is time the government and those who pull the strings when it comes to money matters in the development segment of all sport codes risk it all by investing in our athletes. All we need is proper resources and management. DEEN DANIELS


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Tuesday 28 August 2012

People’s Post Constantia-Wynberg Page 15

MMA at military base LIAM MOSES

SOME OF Cape Town’s best mixed martial arts fighters will take to the cage next week, when the second instalment of the Cape Fight League takes place in Wynberg. The cage fighting tournament was hosted for the first time in February this year and saw over 1 500 people witness some of the most action-packed MMA fights ever hosted in Cape Town. Gary Barrett, co-founder of the league, says fans of combat sport can expect contests of the same intensity at the Wynberg Military Base on Saturday 8 September. “They are going to see actionpacked fights, with about 15 fights taking place, and the Cape Fight League light heavy title will be on the line,” says Barrett. “It’s a night of entertainment and stunning ring girls. There are DJs. There is something for people to see and to learn about what the sport of MMA. It’s a great night of entertainment.” The title fight will be contested by local Chris du Pont, who fights out of the Phoenix Muay Thai and MMA gym in Observatory, and Durban fighter Craig Fourie. While the other top-billed clashes include another professional light heavyweight fight between Gideon Drotschie and Mark Bristow, and two professional ultimate strike fights. Barrett would not be drawn into predicting a result for the title fight, but said he expected neither fighter to take a back seat in the contest.

GROUND AND POUND: Two MMA fighters slug it out on the floor of the cage during the inaugural Cape Fight League event at the Bellville Velodrome in February. Photo: Supplied “I can predict it’s going to be an explosive fight with heavy hitting, heavy hands and it should be an explosive contest.” The first event was hosted at the Bellville Velodrome on Saturday 4 February. According to Barrett, he founded the event because the ever-growing list of talented MMA fighters in Cape Town was starved for competition. “A lot of the Cape fighters had to travel to Johannesburg or Durban to get fights and when you’re an amateur it’s not always that easy to pack your bags and pay your way to go to events,” says Barrett. “There are events happening around the country. When you’re pro you get paid to do this. They pay

GOING DOWN: Levi Calthorpe, of Rondebosch Boys’ High School, falls to the ground after winning a line­out during his side’s under­19A match against Bishops in Rondebosch on Saturday. Rondesbosch won 19­11. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

TACKLED: Devon Bar­ nard of SACS is brought to ground by Wynberg Boys’ High School’s Lee Nicholson during the un­ der­19 match between the two teams in Newlands on Saturday. Wynberg won the game 8­7.

for your flight, they pay your accommodation and when you’re an amateur that doesn’t happen.” The organisers plan to host league events four times each year in the future. Barrett adds that the event has started to attract fighters from other parts of the country. “We started it to give the guys a chance to compete at a professional level in Cape Town rather than going around the country.” The smaller venue in Wynberg should make for better seating arrangements, closer views of the fights and a more vivid experience on the night. For more information about the league or to buy tickets, contact Barrett on 0 072 123 4404.

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CHARGING: False Bay fullback Shandre Frolick surges towards the opposi­ tion try line during his team’s 27­19 win over Villager in Constantia on Satur­ day.

TOUCHDOWN: False Bay centre Brendell Brandt dives over the tryline for his team’s first try in their Super League A clash against Villager in Constantia on Saturday. False Bay won the match 27­19. Photos: Gavin Withers

False Bay win relegation dog fight

LIAM MOSES

FALSE BAY RFC have clawed their way out of the Super League A relegation zone after securing a narrow victory over local rivals Villager at a rain-drenched Philip Herbstein in Constantia on Saturday. The Bay scored three converted tries and slotted three penalties to win the match win the match 27-19, while Villager managed one converted try and three penalties. While the four points gleaned from the victory may have given False Bay a vital lifeline in their fight to secure their top-flight status, the result has almost certainly doomed Villager to relegation from the league. Chris Hewetson, False Bay head coach, believes his team were the more motivated side on the day, as they have a better chance of saving themselves from the drop. “Ideally five points would have been great, but a win is a win and we will take four points gracefully, because its four points closer to Tygerberg,” says Hewetson. “We are just clawing our way back. We have two games left. We are going to go out

and try and win our remaining two games. We showed that we are capable of beating certain teams and we have proven it against a hungry team today. We have beaten Victorians before, so we are hoping to clinch another one out there.” False Bay and Villager went into game in the second-last and last positions on the table respectively, with Tygerberg just above the drop zone in eighth place. The Bay have now swapped places with Tygerberg, after the Ravensmead-based side suffered a 33-13 defeat against the Maties. However, Hewetson’s side are still not the masters of their own fate. False Bay must face the two University of Stellenbosch teams, Victorians and Maties, in their last two encounters. Both games will be played in Stellenbosch and False Bay need to secure victories in both to ensure their safety. Tygerberg, who trail False Bay by only two points, play Victorians in Stellenbosch and then host UCT and Villager in Ravensmead in their last games. The game in hand and slightly easier fix-

tures means Tygerberg still have a strong chance of securing their place in the Super League A. But Hewetson is confident of his team’s ability to win against all odds, especially now former Pumas and Griquas centre Brendell Brandt has returned from a lengthy injury lay-off. Brandt’s involvement at False Bay has been limited to the role of assistant coach in recent months, but he started Saturday’s game and helped his side to victory with a try in the tenth minute. “Brendell had a great game. That is the talent that he is blessed with. He had some injuries but I think he has overcome that, because he understands the magnitude of where we are,” says Hewetson. False Bay will have over three weeks of rest before they face Victorians on Friday 21 September, while Villager will play SK Walmers and Tygerberg will take on Hamiltons on Saturday 8 September. Meanwhile, in other results this weekend, Hamiltons defeated Belhar 55-10 at Accordian Park in Belhar on Saturday.


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Santosâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; relegation has not hurt Engen Knockout LIAM MOSES

FORMER Santos FC captain Edries Burton believes the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s relegation from the Premier Soccer League has not diminished the reputation of the Engen Knockout Challenge.

SLIDING IN: Noer Jacobs, of Mitchellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Plain team Mr Price Parkhurst (in orange), is tackled by Jaydene Adonis (in yellow) of Devonshire Rovers, who are based in Wynberg, during an Engen Knockout Challenge playoff match at the Stephen Reagan Sports Complex in Westridge, Mitchellâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Plain on Sunday. Mr Price Parkhurst won the game 1­0. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

      

 



 

 

Burton, now the clubâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Chief Operations Officer, spent his entire 17-year professional career at the Lansdowne-based team before hanging up his boots to move to the business side of football in 2007. Santos, who are also sponsored by Engen, have been the host club for the Challenge since its inception in 2003 and as COO Burton is directly involved in running the event, of which Peopleâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Post is the media sponsor. The former centre-back says the number of entries to this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s knockout proves that neither Santos nor the competitionâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s reputation have been tarnished. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Santos is a brand on its own. It is a brand in Cape Town, it is a brand in South Africa and we have played in Africa as well. Santos will always be a brand, regardless of which league we are playing in,â&#x20AC;? says Burton. â&#x20AC;&#x153;This year we can look at the number of teams that have entered for the play offs. We are talking about 80 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; if not more. So it shows the pedigree of the tournament and that everyone wants to participate in the Knockout Challenge.â&#x20AC;? The opening rounds of the Knockout kicked off at the Stephen Reagan sports complex in Westridge this week, with 96 under-17 teams all looking to secure their passage to the next round. Only 16 teams can make it to the tournament final

next month to fight for the Challenge crown and walk away with up to R10 000 in prize money. Since the tournamentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s inception the standard of competition and the professional organisation has seen several players progress to the professional ranks of South African and European football. Daylon Claasen, who plies his trade at Belgian side Lierse, and Ajax Amsterdam attacker Thulani Serero are two high-profile examples. Although Burton admits the Challenge cannot claim all the credit for producing players of this stature, he believes the tournament certainly played an important part in their development. â&#x20AC;&#x153;Everybody wants to acknowledge their tournament to be the one thatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s unearthing the players, but one has to look at the bigger picture,â&#x20AC;? says Burton. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We are all involved in developing players and the Engen Knockout Challenge is just one stepping stone in the growth of the players.â&#x20AC;? Santos and several other professional clubs have benefited from the talent being developed by the Engen Knockout. Burton believes what the club gives to the people of Cape Town, especially the footballers, is more important than what it does for professional clubs. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We always want to ensure we do our bit for the development of football. I donâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t think it is about what Santos can get out of the tournament; it is more what Santos can do for the broader community,â&#x20AC;? says Burton. â&#x20AC;&#x153;And if we expose our young players to these tournaments and competitions we will reach the benefits of them playing at a higher level.â&#x20AC;?

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