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PROPERTY: COUNCILLORS VOTE IN MASICORP’S FAVOUR

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proposal to dispose a property in Chasmay Road to provincial government for use by an Ocean View school has been turned down. The City of Cape Town owned property is currently leased by the Masiphumelele Corporation and Trust (Masicorp). Speaking during the South Peninsula Subcouncil meeting on Monday, chairperson Felicity Purchase explained the property was originally used as a training facility by False Bay College. She said after the college lost its mandate from national government, the NGO Living Way took over the lease. According to the report submitted to subcouncil, Living Way vacated the premises when their lease ended in October last year. Sub-tenants were given notice to vacate but they remained. The sub-tenants then approached Masicorp, requesting they apply to the City for a similar agreement as previously held with Living Way. Masicorp agreed and have been occupying the property along with other organisations since last year. Provincial government has now proposed the City sell the land to them, with the intention of relocating the Learning, Skills and Employment Network (LSEN) school in Ocean View to the site. The report states the school, which specialises in intellectual disabilities, has 77 pupils but not enough space to implement programmes. The property, which consists of several buildings in which workshops, an educare and other programmes are facilitated, is valued at just over R4.9m. The report’s recommendation is that the land be sold or leased to Masicorp. Highlighting the benefits of the two options, the report states, if the municipality decide to sell the land, it accrue just over R4.9m, while the school will have larger premises to extend its services.

PROPOSAL DENIED: A proposal to sell this property to provincial government was given the thumbs down by the South Peninsula Subcouncil. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL

er agreements to improve the facility. He added that sewage and other problems have plagued the LSEN building, but he did not believe selling the land and relocating the school was in the best interests of the community. “Instead, I propose we let Masicorp stay and work with the education department to find alternate land for the LSEN school,” Liell-Cock said. This proposal was supported by proportional councillor Pat Francke. In response, Purchase said the education

“There were no objections to the sale of the land and it is no longer used by the City,” the report states. For the lease, the report states the City will generate a rental income and the subtenants will be able to continue offering their services to the Ocean View and Masiphumelele communities. In the deliberations, Ocean View councillor Simon Liell-Cock said the LSEN property was neglected and explained the provincial education department had not upheld earli-

department owns other properties in Ocean View which would be better suited for the school. Councillors voted to recommend the land not be sold to provincial government and alternative land be sought in Ocean View. Purchase added that this was only a recommendation and the final decision on whether or not to sell the land will be made at a full council meeting. V Who should get the property? Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 28 August 2014

MUNICIPALITY: ECD URGED TO APPLY

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he City of Cape Town’s social development and early childhood development directorate urges community organisations working with vulnerable groups to apply for rates rebates as soon as possible. Shelters working with homeless people and homes catering for the health of physically or mentally challenged individuals and vulnerable groups need to register with the City’s Homeless Agency Committee to apply for rebates related to rates, solid waste, water and sanitation, and sewage by Sunday 31 August. In the past financial year, the City has held a number of information sessions to ensure interested organisations are informed of this opportunity, and relevant documentation needed and the process to be followed to qualify for relief for the 2014/2015 financial year. “We’ve discovered in the past some organisations are unaware of the policy, while others have failed to qualify for relief merely because they did not have the necessary documentation, or were unsure of how to fill in

the forms,” said City mayco member for social development and early childhood development Suzette Little. “So, last year we started the information sessions to assist organisations who do sterling work in our communities but who often struggle to cover costs such as municipal bills because of funding constraints. In this way, the City and NGOs can work together to make progress possible.” For more information on how to apply for the rebates, NGOs can contact the City’s Call Centre on 0860 103 089 or visit their nearest municipal office. The directorate is also planning to amend the City’s current Rates Rebate Policy to allow registered Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres to apply for rebates as well. “The importance of well-functioning ECD centres cannot be overstated. The money that they would be able to save courtesy of the rates rebates will go a long way towards enhancing the current level of education provided at the centres,” said Little.

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WORDSMITHS: People’s Post journalists Monique Duval, who writes for the False Bay and Constantia editions, and Tarren-Lee Habelgaarn, who writes for the Athlone edition, scooped the top awards at the WP Media All Star Awards. Duval was named People’s Post and WP Media Journalist of the Year and Habelgaarn was named WP Media Web Journalist of the Year. People’s Post account executive Simoné van Wyk won the WP Media Advertising Representative of the Year, for all three WP Media titles namely People’s Post, Tygerburger and City Vision; while People’s Post account executive Sylvana Hendricks and Tygerburger account executive Wiehelma Laing were both runners-up. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET

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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 28 August 2014

BOOZE CONTROL: EXTENDED TRADING HOURS

Councillors object to Sunday trade

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pplications to extend liquor trading hours took centre stage at this week’s subcouncil meeting in Fish Hoek. An array of applications from shebeens, large retailers and a wine farm to trade on Sundays came under scrutiny by councillors from the South Peninsula Subcouncil. In total, 30 applications for additional hours were received. In many of these cases outlets applied for an extension to trade until 20:00 in the week and in addition to trade on Sundays. To date, the South Peninsula has been consistent with all applications of this nature by refusing applications to trade on DENIED: Several applications to sell alcohol on Sundays in the Far South have been denied. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL Sundays but granting “Different subcouncils have different pol- trade on Sundays were refused and 14 outpermission to trade until 19:00 in the week. Commenting on the applications council- icies and you find that councillors grant lets were given permission to trade until lor Simon Liell-Cock said this was done to permission and I think the City of Cape 19:00 in the week. In the final two applications which were ensure fairness and equity among traders. Town should be consistent,” he said. Proportional councillor Pat Francke said made by Cape Point Vineyards, councillors He said the new Western Cape Liquor Act was aimed at “toning down” the abuse of al- after witnessing the fallout of alcohol abuse decided as the application was for a wine cohol and subcouncil decisions needed to be she agreed for extensions to 19:00 to ensure farm, they would grant permission to trade those using public transport had enough on Sundays and until 19:00 in the week. in line with this. Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Pur“There is also the bylaw which after time to buy a drink after work. “I have been called out to False Bay Hospi- chase said due to the nature of the business, much public participation we decided that the only exception for Sunday trade should tal to assist in cases where parents are patrons were unlikely to cause a disruption be bona fide tourism businesses,” he said. drunk and children are left on their own to the community. Liell-Cock said while this subcouncil was and so I say ‘no’ to Sunday trading,” she V Should outlets in the Far South be allowed to sell alcohol on Sundays? Starting with the word “Post”, curbing alcohol consumption this was not said. In the deliberations 14 applications to SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1. the case in all subcouncils.

Seven hurt in Ou Kaapse Weg crash Seven people were injured when three vehicles collided on Ou Kaapse Weg in Fish Hoek on Friday 22 August. ER24 spokesperson Russel Meiring says paramedics, along with other services, arrived on scene and found the three vehicles on the side of the road. “On assessment, paramedics found that seven people had sustained moderate injuries. The patients were carefully removed from the vehicle and immobilised before being treated,” he says. “Once treated, they were transported to nearby hospitals for further medical treatment.” Local authorities had to close the pass for one hour for emergency crews to work safely. The cause of the collision was not known at the time of going to press. But local authorities were on scene for further investigations. – www.peoplespost.co.za

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FISH HOEK: TOWN REMAINS ‘DRY’

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trong objections have been lodged against an application for a liquor store to be opened in Fish Hoek. The application made by Fish Hoek resident Raymond Rundle to open a liquor store at Triangle Court has come under intense scrutiny from residents determined to keep Fish Hoek a “dry town”. There has never been a liquor store during the town’s history, but alcohol is served in its restaurants. The application received another blow this week when councillors from the South Peninsula Subcouncil announced their recommendation to the Western Cape Liquor Authority at a meeting on Monday 25 August. Several residents filled the subcouncil chamber eager to hear the recommendation. In a report presented before the meeting, ward councillor Dave D’Alton wrote: “I have read the community views and fully support [it] and in the circumstances would not support the application.” The reasons for objecting include the close proximity to schools and religious institutions, problems with vagrants, as well as the valley’s alcohol-free reputation. D’Alton labelled the application as “controversial” and when noting the strong objections from Law Enforcement says he could not support it. Rundle says the motivation behind the application was “purely business”. He says: “I believe Fish Hoek has the potential to create more jobs and the application is business-orientated to provide an extra service.” Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase lifted up a thick file and showed those present the number of objections. She said in addition, title deed restrictions prevented the application from being approved.

Councillor Simon Liell-Cock also voiced his concerns and reminded councillors of the strong opposition. “We represent a community that does not want this. There is a pub on Main Road operated by the same applicant which is already the source of many complaints,” he said. Rundle says the current application is separate from his other business. “I respect the input and opinions of the residents of Fish Hoek,” he says. The report includes a petition containing several signatures where people indicate they think a bottle store in Fish Hoek will “not be detrimental to the community”. Strandfontein ward councillor Elton Jansen raised concerns over the petition. He pointed out that those who had signed it were from 41 other suburbs excluding Fish Hoek. In addition he said he was surprised to see Muslim people, who, based on their religious beliefs do not condone the consumption of alcohol, had signed in favour of the petition. “I’m shocked to see a Rushdien has even signed the petition,” he said, resulting in laughter from the gathering as he continued to read out more Muslim names. Rundle says the petition was conducted over an eight-week period and covered people visiting Fish Hoek. As recommended in the report, councillors gave the application the thumbs down. The recommendation made by councillors will be sent to the Western Cape Liquor Authority (WCLA) as part of other objections. According to a letter by Warrant Officer Peter Middleton, residents are required to submit their comments on the application directly to him or to the WCLA by tomforrow, Friday 29 August. V Do you think there should be a liquor store in Fish Hoek? Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516.

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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 28 August 2014

CRIME: FISH HOEK MAN IN THE DOCK

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Fish Hoek man has appeared in the Simon’s Town Magistrate’s Court for the murder of an Ocean View woman. The body of Crystal Ann Newman was discovered by SANParks workers in bushes near Red Hill Road last week. According to a Simon’s Town police report, the body was wrapped in a blue sheet. Newman had a bump to the head and the right side of her face was swollen. This week, Newman’s mother Mary Petersen broke the silence on the events which led to the murder. After visits by police detectives, Petersen opted to attend court on Monday 25 August. She last saw her daughter on Friday 15 August, when she left home and just said she was going out. Petersen says she did not hear from her daughter for the next couple of days – until two police officers showed up at her home on Tuesday 19 August. They showed her a photo on a cellphone and asked whether the person on the photo was her daughter. “I was shocked and devastated,” she says. “We [the family] didn’t expect this.” Detectives then told Petersen that Newman was allegedly picked up by a man on Friday 15 August, whereafter he took her to his Fish Hoek home. “They think he might have wanted sex from her, but they are not sure. They are trying to source camera footage of the block

[of flats] to see what happened,” she explains. Detectives also informed her there were signs of a struggle. The suspect was allegedly reported to police by a third party, but police cannot confirm this. They say the man was arrested after an intensive investigation. “Last Friday the police told me a Fish Hoek man was arrested and taken to Pollsmoor Prison. He appeared in court on Monday (25 August) and was kept in custody,” Petersen says. Newman was buried in Ocean View on Saturday 23 August, with the memorial service being held at Ocean View Baptist Church. Here several local women staged a placard demonstration. She leaves behind her three siblings and two children, aged five and two. Petersen came face-to-face with the man accused of murdering her daughter at court on Monday. She also saw his mother crying and tried to comfort her. “I also wanted to tell her I am Crystal’s mother, but she wouldn’t speak to me,” she says. Petersen calls on the community to support the family at the next court appearance on Monday 1 September, when the suspect is expected to apply for bail. Police spokesperson Captain Stephen Knapp confirmed the arrest and says the man has been charged with murder. V Share your thoughts. Starting to the word “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 28 August 2014

THUMBS DOWN: A proposal to convert Coracle Street into a one-way has been turned down. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL

SAIL: On Wednesday 20 August the grey shape of British Fleet Auxiliary A273 Black Rover emerged from the rain showers in False Bay. The vessel entered Simon’s Town naval harbour at 09:13. PHOTO: DAVID ERICKSON

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proposal to convert several roads in Sun Valley into one-way streets was turned down. The proposal was made by Sun Valley Primary School to alleviate congestion during peak periods when parents drop-off and collect their children. Following several objections by residents, the proposal was given the thumbs down by the South Peninsula Subcouncil at its monthly meeting this week. According to a report submitted to subcouncil, the school undertook a survey among parents which indicated that 798 parents wanted a one-way, 23 did not and 109 abstained from commenting. The reports states there are 1106 pupil at the school, 337 of those children are siblings and 161 additional trips to and from the school are from teachers. In a previous interview, principal Gavin Keller explained the school’s growth had not been anticipated when it was built in 1977. He said the proposal was to alleviate congestion in Sun Valley and to provide a safe alternative for children entering and exiting vehicles. However, subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase, speaking at the meeting on Monday, said an independent public participa-

tion process was conducted and it was found that 168 residents objected, while 17 residents voted in favour of the proposal. The high number of objections led to denial of the proposal. But, Purchase added, the objections were coupled with alternative suggestions which the City of Cape Town would look into. These include traffic enforcement and embayments. “The rights of residents are paramount and with many of them willing to deal with congestion for one to two hours a day the proposal had to be turned down,” Purchase said. Councillor Simon Liell-Cock said while there were requests for traffic enforcement, the “behaviour of some parents is unacceptable”. The report also states that the layout of Sun Valley causes “extreme” inconvenience to residents should the roads be converted into one-ways. “Residents would not have to suffer the consequences of bad town planning decisions or lack of enforcement and their rights need to be protected,” it reads. Councillors unanimously voted the application be denied. V Do you agree with this decision? What do you think would be alternatives to solve the problem? Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 28 August 2014

NOORDHOEK: APPLICATION APPROVED

Restaurant row heats up

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he controversial application for a 100seater restaurant in Noordhoek has been given the green light by the City of Cape Town. The final decision was made at a full council meeting last week, despite 81 objections from residents. According to the report submitted to the mayoral committee meeting in June, the application was heard by the Spatial Planning, Environment and Land Use Management (Spelum) Committee, where the recommendation was to refuse the application. However, the mayoral committee recommended it be approved. Later that month, the item was removed from the full council meeting agenda as local councillors asked planning officials to explain certain issues. At the time Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase said they considered the report inadequate and misleading. She explained it conflicted with the structure and district plan, and was undesirable for Noordhoek. “There are also safety concerns as the proposed restaurant will be located at the intersection of Avondrust Circle and Chapman’s Peak Drive,” she said. According to this month’s report the proposal is “generally consistent” with the Southern District Plan. It states: “It does not comply with the guideline that requires that future urban development is to be guided primarily into the identified district and local node areas.” Asked whether a response was given to

the councillors ahead of the final decision, Mayoral Committee member for Economic, Environmental and Spatial Planning Johan van der Merwe referred People’s Post to this report. Allegations about mayor Patricia De Lille’s involvement in having the application approved have also arisen, but Van der Merwe said it is “blatantly untrue”, adding: “The application was unanimously approved by Mayco and council. No single person voted against it.” Noordhoek resident Professor Ben Turok believes the wrong decision has been made. He urged residents to appeal it, as they opposed the commercialisation of Noordhoek to maintain its rural nature. Turok further said the current number of establishments in the community are enough. “Some of them have been here for donkey years and we do not need more.” Asked about the accusations levelled against De Lille, Turok said he has “no doubt she was involved”. The application sparked a row between De Lille and Turok. She released a statement on “alleged comments” made by Turok about whether “I [De Lille] want Noordhoek to look like Mitchell’s Plain”. She labelled his comments as “deeply concerning and inherently racist” and called on him to apologise to residents of Mitchell’s Plain. He hit back saying he is not a racist, explaining he was highlighting the need to protect the rural nature of Noordhoek. V What are your views on the approval of this development? Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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Your SMSes General . We recently moved to Noordhoek with our horse and find crossing the Main Road at Katzenellenbogen a scary experience. The proposal to lower the speed limit to 60km/h and a four-way stop at Katzenellenbogen would be fantastic and a huge relief. I think more signs on Main Road, warning motorists of horses being around, might help a bit – although I’m not sure if people take notice. Tanya Gazet . I saw a little buck in Runciman’s Drive, Simon’s Town, on Thursday 21 August at 22:00. It was the second time. The vehicle in front of me also stopped for this awesome, refreshing sighting. Has anyone commented on this sighting before? Esme, Simon’s Town . They must pay their rent. I’ve been waiting for 20 years. . Enough about Shane. Did you ever stop and ask him why he is on the street, you moaners? There are a lot of other bad things to be worried about. Rail safety . My aunt’s friend got mugged at gunpoint at Muizenberg station, while on the train. We, as a community, need to stop this violence. . Regarding “Safety about to derail”. Where were the other people in the carriage? People must be aware of their surrounds. Only get into the carriage if there are at least four decent working people in it, preferably a few women included. Only take out your handbag or phone if others in the carriage are using phones. You are safe if you are one of at least a few. And please draw attention if someone approaches you. It’s about being aware of your surrounds and fitting in. Similarly, when walking in the street. Be aware of being followed and of decent co-travellers. . “No”, it would be a sad day if it were to happen. Prasa should hand over all rail services. They harm the economy of the country because workers are often late. ‘Dry’ town . We do not want a bottle store in Fish Hoek. . It’s amusing how Fish Hoek residents pretend they don’t drink. They have pubs and restaurants which serve alcohol, so how is it a “dry town”? . “No” to a bottle store in Fish Hoek. There would be drinking undesirables around it, especially on Saturdays. The police have enough to do as it is. Mrs M . “No” to the liquor outlet in dry Fish Hoek. People are already fighting outside the place near the pedestrian crossing. Susan . I do not think a bottle store will add to the problems in Fish Hoek; there are already a number of undesirables there. Charmaine . “No” to the liquor outlet. The place at the pedestrian crossing is bad enough. . “No” to the liquor store; it will only bring more crime to the CBD. . There is already far too much crime, violence and bad driving associated with alcohol abuse. . Isn’t it about time Fish Hoek was dragged into the 21st century? We need a local bottle store. Brian Moore . Apart from being historically unique as a dry town, attracting tourists and visitors, a “wet” Fish Hoek will now only become an attraction for the wrong reasons. Attracting the wrong element of people, leading to an influx of crime, drugs and prostitution. The face of Fish Hoek is already changing and looks like a third-grade town in a third-world country. “No”, stay dry. . A liquor licence for Fish Hoek, why not? Why not just send an open invitation to all vagrants, drunks and tik addicts to come and enjoy the Fish Hoek experience? Perhaps they’d like to start erecting shacks on the big traffic circle at the top of the Main Road? . “No” to a bottle store in Fish Hoek. Law enforcement is stretched as it is. We need tourism and visitors, not more undesirables falling over in the streets. Robyn V Share your thoughts. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516 at R1.

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10 ENTERTAINMENT FOR THE LOVE OF DANCE: For the first time in South Africa, a powerful contemporary dance show will connect the historical time lines of two vastly different countries. Titled Darling, the once-off performance at the Artscape Theatre in Cape Town on Tuesday 2 September moves beyond the political turmoil which beset South Africa as well as Belarus in the former Soviet Union during the 1980s. The performance starts at 19:30. Tickets cost R100, while students pay R60. Bookings can be made with Artscape Dial-a-Seat on (021) 421 7695 or Computicket. WIN! WIN! WIN! Two readers can each win double tickets to the show. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter.

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ROCK ON: Post-apocalyptic rock musical Rockville 2069 premieres at the Artscape Theatre at the end of the month.

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Rock through the ages S outh Africa’s biggest, fully orchestrated, technologically sophisticated rock musical production, Rockville 2069, will have its world premiere with the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra (CPO) at Artscape Opera House this month. Set during the 100th anniversary of Woodstock, Rockville 2069 is a love story set against the backdrop of a post-apocalyptic world. Featuring a cast of 25, with lead singer Joseph Clark (of Queen at the Opera) and the Kyle Petersen seven-piece rock band along with the CPO, the musical combines artists and musicians from different cultural and musical backgrounds to bring a new, sometimes discordant, always thrilling voice to the rock musical scene. The lead roles will be played by Joseph Clark (Papa), Vicki Jayne (Mama), Stephan van Huyssteen (JohnnyReb) and Josie Piers (Danielle). With fast moving scene changes, the use of 3D animation and a 100m² LED screen, technology plays a key

role in creating this believable, constantly shifting production. Rockville 2069 has been in the making for five years and is the artistic brainchild of composer, Johnny Ray. It tells the story of an earth destroyed by man’s neglect and climate change. Only Rockville, a small archipelago of islands, survives and is now home to a group of peace-loving rockers, sound technicians and musicians. “The addition of the CPO is a show-stopping element and we know that all theatre management eyes are on this production, which we hope to take from Cape Town to the rest of the world,” Ray says. The show runs from Friday 29 August to Saturday 7 September. V Tickets range from R100 to R290 and are available from Computicket or Artscape Dial-a-Seat on (021) 421 7695. The Rockville 2069 graphic novel and CD are available through EMI or online at www.rockville2069.com and from The Greek Merchant at all the shows.

A glut of jazz awaits fans If you’re looking for a night out to enjoy solid jazz from consummate professionals, read on. Don Vino and Jonathan Rubain will present Intimate Nights Chapter 2 – The Live DVD and CD Recording at the Baxter Concert Hall from Thursday 4 to Saturday 6 September at 20:15. After the success of the first instalment of Intimate Nights Chapter 2, local audiences have the chance to be part of the recording of this inspiring show by these two exciting musical talents. They’ve each written new material for this performance, so there’s much to look forward to. The production includes originally composed music, a selection of tributes and – of course – their banter, which makes for an enjoyable and intimate evening in the company of gifted musos. Since the last run, the duo has been touring with Grammy award-winner, saxophonist and songwriter Kirk Whalum.

“This has been an incredible year,” Vino says. “Having the opportunity to present our first show together at the Baxter, then touring with the legend Kirk Whalum – it has been a dream come true.” Rubain says: “We’re excited to be returning with Intimate Nights Chapter 2, including new material. Recording the DVD is a particularly special occasion as it is an opportunity for our supporters – the people who keep us coming back – to be part of permanently capturing our journey.” “It’s our way of saying ‘thank you for the love’,” he adds. Tickets, at R120, can be booked at Computicket on 0861 915 8000. Alternatively, visit www.computicket.com or any Shoprite Checkers outlet. V Win! Five People’s Post jazz lovers can each win double tickets to the show at the Baxter Concert Hall on Thursday 4 September. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter. Winners will be notified by phone.

Gain insight into a woman’s journey The ninth session in the Woman Zone 13 Women series will feature Zaitoon Rabaney, executive director of the Botanical Society of South Africa. Rabaney will be sharing her personal story at the Church of Good Shepherd, on the corner of Kirstenbosch Avenue and Rhodes Drive, at 10:00 on Saturday 30 August. From social scientist to passionate conservationist, Rabaney’s journey to executive director of the Botanical Society of

South Africa has been one of inspiration, challenge and dedication. Finding her signature presence as a leader and learning how to hold her ground has taught her valuable lessons. Forthright, open to new experiences and adventure, she is provocative and inspiring. Entry to the event is free. V For more information visit www.womanzonect.com, follow Woman Zone on Facebook: Woman Zone CT or email info@womanzonect.co.za.


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hall of the Fish Hoek Civic Centre at 19:30. Peter Laubscher will describe how mirrors for large telescopes are made and will then talk about the Messier catalogue of deep sky objects. Email wl123@telkomsa.net for more information.

Thursday 28 August V Simon’s Town: The Simon’s Town Civic Association will hold a general meeting at the town hall at 19:30. Residents of Glencairn and Simon’s Town are encouraged to attend a presentation and discussion, titled How vulnerable is our area? This meeting will discuss key issues which impact the area and the importance of having an active civic association.

Saturday 6 September V Glencairn: There will be a car boot sale at Phoenix Lodge from 08:00 to 11:00. Entry is R30 per car. Phone Mike on (021) 782 3426 for more information.

V Fish Hoek: The Fish Hoek Valley Ratepayers’ and Residents’ Association will hold a general meeting at the Fish Hoek Civic Centre at 19:30. Guest speaker Sean Glass from the City of Cape Town will speak on Transportation in the Far South – present issues and future development. Email jholwill@iafrica.com for more information. Friday 29 August V Fish Hoek: Author Melissa Siebert will discuss her recent novel, A Garden of Dreams, at Fish Hoek Library at 10:00. The book tells the story of a South African child who is abducted in India and draws the reader into a world of child trafficking in exotic locations. Entry is R10. Phone Jenny on 082 659 0639. V Capri: Heather Mac, Mark Harris and Amber Liadan will perform at the Cottage Club. Doors open at 19:00 and performances start at 20:00. Entry is R120. Phone (021) 785 5052. Saturday 30 August V Fish Hoek: There will be a morning market at the Moth Hall from 09:00 to 13:00. New and unwanted goods, second-hand clothing, books and many other items will be on sale. Tables cost R25. Phone Alice on (021) 782 2643 for more information.

Thursday 25 September V Ocean View: The Ocean View Association for Persons with Disabilities will hold its annual meeting at 14:00. Members, their families and all who are interested in the organisation are welcome to attend. Phone Deborah Gonsalves on (021) 783 1274 for more information.

PERFORMANCE: The Fish Hoek Friends of Music will present Sold Brass (pictured) at Fish Hoek Civic Centre on Friday 5 September at 19:30. They will perform two major works: Ewald Symphony for Brass and Allan Stephenson Brass Quintet. They will also include some light classics and jazz. Tickets can be purchased from Kleinjan’s Biltong Bar in Fish Hoek, The Biltong Bar in Longbeach Mall and Valley Boutique in Valyland at R50. Tickets may also be reserved by phoning David on 082 782 3946 and collecting at the door at least 15 minutes prior to the performance. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

V Capri: Jenny Eaves will perform at the Cottage Club at 20:00. Entry is R100 and doors open at 19:00. Phone (021) 785 5052 or email cottageclub@mweb.co.za. Monday 1 September V Ocean View: Night school classes for Grade 12 will start at Ocean View High School from 18:00 until 21:00. Cost is R350 per subject. For more information phone Andrew Sanders on 082 563 5113. Tuesday 2 September V Ocean View: Ocean View Library

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Anne Bishop from Nerina Gardens. Visitors pay R15. Phone Annette Padoa on (021) 782 3907.

will host an adult storytelling morning for stay-at-home moms at 09:00. Phone (021) 783 1887 for further details. V Fish Hoek: The Fish Hoek Philatelic Society will hold its next meeting at Fish Hoek Civic Centre at 19:30. For more information email info@fhps.info. Wednesday 3 September V Fish Hoek: The Women’s Agricultural Association will hold its monthly meeting at Fish Hoek Civic Centre minor hall at 09:30. There will be a short meeting followed by

V Marina Da Gama: The Marina da Gama Garden Club meets every Wednesday, at the San Marina Club House at 8 Cormorant Avenue, from 09:30 to 12:00. Sophia van Wyk from Michels Plant Nursery will talk about good and wise gardening. Entry is R10. Phone Jenny on (021) 788 8266 or Phyll on (021) 788 3483. Thursday 4 September V Fish Hoek: South Peninsula Astronomy Club meets in the minor

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SD Cape Town have lifted their maiden Engen Knockout Challenge trophy after beating Liverpool-Portland FC in the tournament final at the weekend. The Claremont-based side scored one goal to none to be crowned the Cape’s best under17 team at Stephan Reagan Sports Complex in Westridge, Mitchell’s Plain on Sunday 24 August. The lone goal came from the boot of striker Caleb Sampson. The 11th edition of the tournament, of which People’s Post is the print media sponsor, saw 16 teams from across the peninsula vie for the coveted title, hefty cash prize and trophy. The final was an evenly contested affair, despite ASD, who were the losing finalists last year, dominating both the territory and possession statistics throughout the match. The local lads from Portland were the first side to bother the goalkeeper in the first quarter, as a strike from outside the box was saved by ASD goalkeeper Darren Johnson. The shot brushed Johnson’s fingertips and went out for a corner. The corner kick was punched out by the goalkeeper as he moved out of the box and the deflection fell into the lap of a LiverpoolPortland player, who struck a shot on the volley. But his shot hit the crossbar. In the second quarter, ASD again dominated the statistics and started to put the pressure on the Liverpool-Portland defence. While they managed to penetrate the defensive line, their attacks on goal were dealt with by the Liverpool-Portland goalkeeper, who was the team’s stand-out performer. At the death of the first half, ASD threatened to score again, but the Liverpool-Portland ’keeper was again up to the task, saving his side from going into the half-time break a goal down. The second half continued as the first, with both teams managing to break through the other’s defence, but their weak shots on goal were easily kept away from the net by both goalkeepers. Twelve minutes into the half LiverpoolPortland and their fans were celebrating as they thought they had scored the opening goal when a shot found the net. But their celebrations were short-lived as referee Jerome Damon blew his whistle when the assistant referee found the “goalscorer” to be offside. A few minutes later, the tournament made history as the first female referee, Nolene Swarts, took over the whistle from Damon

GOLDEN BOYS: ASD Cape Town’s under-17 team were crowned the 2014 Engen Knockout Challenge champions after a 1-0 victory over LiverpoolPortland FC at Stephan Reagan Sports Complex in Mitchell’s Plain on Sunday. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX who was injured during the course of the match. And it was just five minutes later that Sampson sunk the hopes of Liverpool-Portland and their supporters, bringing an end to their dream run. ASD will now represent the Cape at the Engen Champs of Champs in Soweto in October. They will take on PE Sundowns, AmaZulu, Harmony Academy, Supersport United Academy and Bidvest Wits Juniors, who all won the Engen Knockout Challenge in their respective regions. This year’s Cape Town Challenge lived up to its theme of Be Your Best, as several players stood out throughout the weekend. Hellenic FC’s Riyaaz Ismail was named the defender of the tournament for his modernstyle of play, marshalling his team and

aiding on attack when necessary. The best striker was Glendene United’s Jody Jansen, who scored eight goals, held the ball well and ran into spaces. He was also the tournament’s top goalscorer. Johnson, who conceded only three goals throughout the weekend, was named goalkeeper of the tournament, while Chippa United’s Heinrich van Zyl was rewarded for the tournament’s first hat-trick and quickest goal. The player of the tournament was also named the best midfielder – Atlantic Nacional’s Robyn-Lee Baatjies walked away with both accolades. Grassy Park’s Crusaders FC won the fair play team of the tournament award for their exemplary discipline on and off the field; Liverpool-Portland coach Mark Brown won

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