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NEW DAWN: The City of Cape Town plans to take over the management of Kalk Bay Beach. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL
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pen fires, alcohol abuse and anti-social behaviour on Kalk Bay Beach could soon be in the past. But this will depend on whether or not the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries (Daff) signs a Memorandum Of Understanding (MOU) and gives the City of Cape Town control of the beach. The goings-on at the beach have been a bone of contention for several years as it is the only beach on the False Bay coast not managed by the municipality resulting in jurisdiction issues between the City and Daff. Law Enforcement and Metro Police officers have no authority to take action against
bylaw infringements such as alcohol consumption at the beach. Kalk Bay residents have often raised the red flag about unsavoury activities at the beach and fear the annual onslaught of swimmers over the festive period. Speaking during the Kalk Bay St James Residents’ and Ratepayers’ Association meeting, chairperson Tony Trimmel gave an update on the progress being made. He said during December and January there were five drownings and the lack of lifeguards compromised safety of swimmers. “The drownings were alcohol-related, but there have also been injuries where children are diving into the shallow water and hitting their heads on rocks,” he said.
In response subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase and ward councillor Dave D’Alton said this could all change if Daff signs the MOU. Purchase explained, like any other Citymanaged beach, Kalk Bay will be managed strictly to enjoy the ensure of all using the beach. “We are happy to take over and the first thing we want to do is stop the liquor and the fires. We are hoping to have this all resolved before the new season starts,” she said. Kenneth McClarty, owner of Olympia Cafe, who championed the cleaning of the beach thanked residents who participated. The project, which commenced in December, was funded by local businesses and saw
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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 29 May 2014
MARINE LIFE: SONWABI BEACH PROPOSED AS NEW LAUNCH SITE
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ocal boat users can look forward to launching their vessels on their doorstep in the near future. An application for a beach launch site is in the process of being submitted to national government for approval. The City of Cape Town is compiling the application for a marine access point at Sonwabi Beach on Baden Powell Drive near Muizenberg. This follows a broad consensus given by fishermen and boat users at a recent public meeting in Mitchell’s Plain. The meeting was held to decide on a viable and preferred location for a slipway between Mnandi and Muizenberg beaches. Gregg Oelofse, head of environmental policy and strategy for the City of Cape Town, says a beach launch site at Sonwabi is the only viable solution at this stage. Strong wave action, large swells and strong winds along the False Bay coast prevent development along this shoreline, he insists. “It is virtually impossible for us to maintain any slipway along this coast due to these factors,” Oelofse says. “The wave action, swell and wind strength make it impossible to launch and land a boat here unless there is a groyne which is too costly to implement in the next 10 years.” A groyne is a low wall built out from the coast into the sea, to prevent the repeated movement of the waves from removing parts of the land and to control erosion. Permission to build this infrastructure can take at least two to three years, he says. Sonwabi was chosen as a suitable site for an access point due to it being “slightly calmer and having less wave action which also makes it safer”. Oelofse says: “There is also better vehicle access at this site and a launch site at this
look at providing a tractor and trailer required to launch at this site,” Oelofse adds. Igshaan Carstens, of the Strandfontein Boating Association, requests a database be established of all boat users who will use the proposed launch site. “This will be used to coordinate the required training.” Driver for coast development and ward councillor Danny Christians says the application is a step in the right direction. “I will keep council accountable and ensure that in six months the application has been submitted and approved.” City officials committed to in six months obtain permission from national government to launch at Sonwabi. It is at this stage unclear how long thereafter construction of a slipway would commence. The parking area at Sonwabi will also have to be upgraded, adds Christians. Duncan Gouvias (20) grew up learning about commercial and recreational fishing. Speaking at the meeting, he said people needed to consider safety first. Ignoring the safety risks of building a slipway along the rough False Bay coast is not advised, he insists. “No matter how much money is spent, you have to ask yourself whether your life or your catch is more important. Commercial fishing will not always be possible at the beach launch site.” Christians says the beach launch site could only be used in favourable weather conditions. Athol Groenewald of Rocklands questioned the possibility of a launch site at Strandfontein Beach near Broken Road. “Why don’t you take the road away and build a launch site there?” But this idea was shot down. Oelofse says: “That is not a good idea due to there being a lot of wave action. The road has already collapsed because of this so building there again would be a huge mistake.”
beach would be safer for all beach users.” With beaches stretching across 300km, Cape Town has the most substantial stretch of coastline in the country. However, there is limited space for harbours and slipways due to rough seas and strong winds, Oelofse says. “There is a shortage of marine access points and the ones we do have are not in a great condition,” he admits. “We need better investments and resources to maintain what we have and we definitely need more access points because people’s livelihood depend on it.” Miller’s Point slipway is the most popular launch site and is extensively used by commercial and recreational small boat fishermen. “When the fish is plenty there is chaos at this site due to congestion, as it is one of the few accessible launch sites,” Oelofse adds. While commercial fishermen could use the proposed launch site at Sonwabi, the marine access point is intended for recreational usage. A study was conducted to investigate the possibility of a launch site at Monwabisi Beach, but due to it being a small recreational facility, this option was ruled out, says Howard Gold of the City’s Coastal Management Unit. “We would have to use almost the entire beach to launch a boat at this site which causes potential conflict with swimmers,” he says. “While this could be solved with buoys there is likely to be a big nod of disapproval from beach users should this option be implemented.” Oelofse says Monwabisi is a “sand and salt blasting area”. “It is not that we do not want to invest in infrastructure at this beach, but the challenges we face there prevent us from doing so,” he explains. Boat users who wish to use the proposed launch site at Sonwabi will be required to undergo training. “We will facilitate this training with the NSRI. Council could also
ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: People’s Post Mitchell’s Plain journalist Laila Majiet, winner of the Alet Roux Medal at the MDDA/ Sanlam Awards, is congratulated by news editor Mandy King. This honour is conferred on the most promising newcomer with less than three years’ experience and who also made it into the top 20 of the Journalist of the Year category. It is the first time Majiet has entered this competition and the judges said her portfolio contained “a range of different kinds of stories that provided strong evidence of versatility and tenacity alongside excellent writing skills”. People's Post forms part of WP Media (WPM) which also comprises TygerBurger and City Vision newspapers. In the sport writing category People’s Post sports journalist Liam Moses and City Vision contributing journalist Cliffy Mago were among the top 10 contenders. TygerBurger journalist Michelle Linnert won both the Human Interest writing and News Photographer categories. In the Human Interest category Majiet came in the top 10, while TygerBurger journalist Andre Bakkes was among the top three. In the Hard News category TygerBurger journalist Desiree Rorke was in the top three, with Majiet in the top 10. WPM photographer Carina Roux was in the top three for Press Photographer of the Year and in the top 20 for the News Photograper category. Bakkes and Rorke were in the top 10 for the Journalist of the Year category. PHOTO: ASTRID FEBRUARIE
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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 29 May 2014
FAR SOUTH: ASSESSMENT ON THE CARDS
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espite various operations focusing on homeless people in Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek and Muizenberg, officials are going back to the drawing board. Following a meeting with members of the ward committees in the South Peninsula Subcouncil, officials have decided a fresh approach was needed. South Peninsula Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Purchase says a joint initiative between the Law Enforcement Displaced People’s Unit (DPU) and the Department of Social Development will see all homeless people being assessed. “We have done several operations but none of these have helped with the problem. Many return after receiving help,” she says. The survey will look at what the needs of the homeless are and how best they can be helped. It will also determine how many of them have been assessed before and various strategies devised to help them get rehabilitated or reintegrated with their families. Purchase says there are a few cases which have concerned councillors for some time. In the one case a homeless woman who strolls through the streets of Masiphumelele had been sexually abused by men. “She had been given help and taken off the streets but a few weeks later returned to Masiphumelele,” she says. Councillors have also looked into finding the woman’s family. In discussing the issues faced by the DPU, committee members said there was no dedicated Xhosa-speaking person who could speak to the homeless. As part of the new survey the DPU will be assisted by someone
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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 29 May 2014
DISASTER MANAGEMENT: RAISING FUNDS FOR GYM
Volunteers need help to keep fit MONIQUE DUVAL @monique_duval
help keep up the morale. The gym will assist with physical training which fter more than means they will be 60 years of supbetter prepared to porting disasdeal with disasters,” ter risk officials in she says. the Far South, volIn recent years the unteers are now askvolunteers have not ing for the communionly assisted with ty’s help. disasters but helped In partnership raise funds to assist with the South Pefamilies who have ninsula Subcouncil been affected by it. volunteers who help Purchase says afthe disaster risk ter fires in management departments have em- LEND A HAND: Volunteers assisting disas- Masiphumelele the barked on a fund- ter risk management are trying to raise volunteers can often raising drive to de- funds for a new gym. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL be seen comforting residents who have velop gyms to help lost loved ones but also ensuring food parthem keep fit. The group, which consists of 40 active cels and blankets are given to those in members and 32 reservists, has assisted need. The subcouncil is now requesting dowith every disaster from fires in Masiphumelele to whales beaching at nations of equipment and funds for the new gym. Kommetjie Beach. Donations of any equipment still in They are residents from Masiphumelele, Fish Hoek, Ocean View and Simon’s working condition are also welcome. The volunteers are also recruiting and Town who give up weekends and their anyone interested in joining can submit free time to assist their community. Subcouncil chairperson Felicity Pur- a brief CV and a copy of their identity docchase explains many of the volunteers ument. complete 24-hour shifts and spend much V If you would like to assist with the gym phone time waiting to respond. The gym is Purchase on 083 629 0829 or email Felicity aimed at helping them keep active during Anne.Purchase@capetown.gov.za. V To join the volunteers email disasterfish this time. “Not only will it help keep them fit but email@example.com.
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For the record In the article “Problem plot tackle plan” about the half-built La Diamante luxury flat complex, it was reported that the property had been bought by the “now insolvent Demetex” in 2009 (People’s Post, 22 May). The property was bought by Demindex Properties, and not Demetex as reported. The property was never transferred to Demindex Properties.
In addition, according to Demindex Properties’ lawyers, the company is not insolvent and is currently seeking legal advice for a compensation claim. A criminal case against the former conveyancing lawyer of owners Cape Shore Property Investments will also be heard in the Western Cape High Court in August. People’s Post apologises for the error.
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llegal dumping along the southern railway line is on the increase. Household items, builders’ rubble and garden waste can be found dumped along the railway stretch between Lakeside and False Bay stations. Sitting on the stoep of Verna Jooste’s Muizenberg home, a large pile of dumped black bags can be seen discarded next to the railway line. Jooste says she first noticed dumped waste on the walking route while on her CLEAN UP: Prasa held a clean-up operation and mowed the daily walk with her dog last long reeds along the railway line. PHOTO: ASTRID FEBRUARIE December. Over the last When People’s Post recently visited the two months, she says, there was a noticeaarea, a team of Intersite employees were ble increase. “When I noticed the increase in illegal cleaning the area and mowing the long dumping and the type of goods discarded, grass adjacent to False Bay station. The opI immediately thought it was a local and eration was expected to be completed on that the culprit has to transport the dirt in Saturday 18 May, depending on weather conditions. a bakkie or car,” Jooste says. People’s Post sent a query to Intersite re“It seems the person just didn’t want to drive the couple of kilometres to the landfill gional manager Lindelo Matya, but he site. They even dumped in the small vlei be- failed to respond at the time of going to hind False Bay station where once you print. Local ward councillor Dave D’Alton says heard chirping birds and croaking frogs, he has been inundated with complaints you now just see dumped goods.” Jooste believes the culprits are carefully about dumping from residents. “I am conplanning where to place the goods, as the stantly in contact with Metrorail regarding dirt cannot always be seen. “It is camou- the matter. We want them to clean along the flaged by overgrown grass or behind trees,” entire railway line," he says. “Metrorail have responded positively she says. The area along railway lines is main- and really are trying to keep the area along tained by Intersite Asset Investments, a di- the railway line and the train stations vision within the Passenger Rail Agency of clean.” South Africa (Prasa). Intersite works hand- V Share your thoughts. Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1. in-glove with Metrorail.
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PEOPLE'S POST | FALSE BAY Thursday, 29 May 2014
EDUCATION: HELPING TEACHERS WITH DISCIPLINE
Revisiting the balance at schools MONIQUE DUVAL @monique_duval
schools where teachers work with each other for more than 20 years and do not talk to each other,” she says.
f discipline challenges in schools are caused by 20% of pupils and teachers spend 80% of their time on the 20% instead of teaching the 80% who want to learn, where does this leave schools? A new discipline manual by the Quaker Peace Centre (QPC) called the The 80/20 Discipline Rule provides an answer. Using practical ideas and innovative initiatives, the manual provides teachers and principals with the tools they need to deal with discipline. The centre, based in Mowbray, is a nonprofit organisation which promotes non-violence in schools through various initiatives. The manual was launched at a principal’s conference held at John Graham Primary School in Plumstead last week. It focuses on three areas, namely the establishing of relationships between teachers and pupils, a unified culture of discipline at the school and the content of each lesson.
Checking in The manual takes a look at the importance of checking in with pupils each day. Using simple questions like “how are you feeling today?” or “what made you smile this weekend” may provide the teacher with the opportunity to get to know the pupils but also to build tolerance and respect among pupils. For Nicole Elliot, a teacher at Mandalay Primary School in Mitchell’s Plain, checking in helped to increase the vocabulary of her pupils. As a young teacher Elliot reflects on her first day on the job and explains how overwhelmed she was. With language barriers and discipline processes, Elliot explains, she often felt hopeless. “I went on a course at the Quaker Peace
Dignity Knott-Craig says the way pupils are nurtured at school will also go a long way to build respect and discipline. She introduced a group of pupils from Maitland High School who spoke about their toilet project. Fed-up with the bad state of the toilet, the school’s Peace Club got together and thought of ways to improve the bathroom experience which, they say, had stripped pupils of their dignity. Through fundraising the team managed to complete the senior girls’ bathroom and say a fresh lick of paint has stopped all vandalism in the toilets. They report that girls now respect the facilities more and pupils are no longer embarrassed when neighbouring schools visit. Knott-Craig says if schools want to teach respect and discipline, they need to ensure pupils are treated with dignity. According to the manual the school building and environment have an effect on pupils.
CHECKING IN: Margie Plantema, a Grade 1 teacher at Bergvliet Primary School, gets acquainted with her pupils on the first day of school. PHOTO: CHEVONE BOOYSEN Centre and learnt about the checking in process,” she says. “I started each day with the simple question “How are you feeling today?” she says. Elliot explains responses to this question from pupils including “happy”, “sad”, “excited” were banned from the classrooms. “We swopped words like “happy” for “jovial” and each day the pupils would start using these words when writing, thus expanding their vocabulary,” she explains.
Respect Respect in the classroom is also highlighted in the manual and various ideas are presented to teach and provide respect. QPC Non-Violent Schools Campaign project leader Avril Knott-Craig says the interaction and respect between teachers will go a long way in fostering respect among pupils. “Teachers need to look at themselves and see how they behave before expecting the same from pupils. We see so many
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not yet known and there were no fatalities. Gee Swart from Emergency Disaster Response, an NPO which is coordinating rereblocking process for Section C of lief efforts along with Disaster Risk Manthe Masiphumelele wetlands is under- agement says it took firefighters three hours to extinguish the fire and deal with way. This follows a fire on Friday 23 May hotspots. He explains while there were no fataliwhich ripped through more than 200 dwellties, residents were treated for minor burns ings and displacing 1300 people. Following an agreement with officials, and anxiety. “The City’s Disaster Risk Management community leaders have opted not to rebuild until the land is seperated and allocat- department handed out blankets, food and gender-specific vanity packs to those affected to each family. Masiphumelele resident Mlamli Mbom- ed,” he says. Swart explains many opened their homes bo says there are no words to describe the feeling of being told his house was on fire. to those affected and no residents were Mbombo says he was at work in the CBD housed in the community hall. He says the emergency teams received when he received a call from his girlfriend good cooperation from residents who shortly before noon. “We heard reports of a man who was agreed not to rebuild their dwellings until cooking and left his home to buy a beer. Res- the land stabilised and the re-blocking is idents say he returned and his house was complete. South Peninsula Subcouncil chairperson on fire and it spread from there,” Mbombo Felicity Purchase says residents have says. He returned to Masiphumelele later that agreed to the re-blocking which includes day to find all his possessions burnt to cin- grouping shacks into clusters and creating a ground plan. ders. She explains a clean-up operation which City of Cape Town Disaster Risk Management Centre spokesperson Wilfred Solo- included using rubble to fill the stormwater mons Johannes says the cause of the fire is canal allowed for machines to enter the area to clear the land. In addition to the ground plan, the teams will create two-metre passages to allow vehicles easy access. Purchase also raised concern about the cutting of water hoses during fires. She explains that traumatised residents often cut the firefighters’ hoses, but this had posed a safety risk. The residents do this in an attempt to prevent the fire from spreading to their own dwellings. “When this is done the water pressure in the hoses is dropped and firefighters struggle. It is very dangerous and we ask residents to refrain from doing this,” she says. The agreement has seen many affected residents take shelter from their neighbours. They are expected to rebuild their homes later this week once the ground work has been completed. V If you would like to make a do nation towards relief efforts, BLAZE: Firefighters put out the fire which ripped through email firstname.lastname@example.org. more than 200 homes in Masiphumelele last weekend.
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Friday 30 May V Fish Hoek: The next Literary Tea will be held at Fish Hoek Library at 10:00. Guest speaker Grace Stevens will display two cakes. Entry is R20. Phone Jen Strickland on (021) 782 7337. V Ocean View: A market day will be held at the multipurpose centre from 18:00 until 22:00. A selection of breads, cakes, food, arts and crafts and jewellery will be on sale. Phone Margaret on (021) 786 3046. Saturday 31 May V Fish Hoek: False Bay Handicraft Centre will hold an Open Day, titled Crafts in Action, at the civic centre from 09:00 until 16:00. A beautiful handmade quilt will be raffled and there will be a variety of items on show and for sale, as well as a tea garden. Admission is R5 for adults and R2 for children. Enquiries to Pat Francis on (021) 785 2611. V Fish Hoek: St John Fish Hoek will hold its annual street collection in Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay and Simon’s Town. Phone Heather Baker on (021) 782 3306. V Fish Hoek: Decibels of Love will host a presentation by three young deaf adults on Perception is Everything – My Journey in a Mainstream World at Fish Hoek Pre-Primary School in Abington Circle at 10:00. Email email@example.com for more information. V Ocean View: There will be an anti-crime march starting at the entrance of Ocean View, Milky Way, at 14:00. Phone Pat Francke on 079 588 2305 for more information. Wednesday 4 June V Simon’s Town: Simon’s Town Country Club will host its annual wine tasting at 18:00. Tickets are now on sale; the restaurant will be open for dinner. Book on (021) 786 1233. V Fish Hoek: The Women’s Agricultural Association will host its next meeting at the Fish Hoek Civic Centre at 09:30. Odile Brink from the Joyce Chevalier Centre for the Handicapped is the guest speaker. Visitor’s pay R15 which includes tea and cake. Phone Annette Padoa on (021) 782 3907. Thursday 5 June V Fish Hoek: The Astronomy Club will host its next meeting at the Fish Hoek Civic Centre at 19:30. Francois Kapp, a systems manager on the Square Kilometer Array (SKA) project will give an update on his project. Entry is R10 and R40 for families. There will be star charts for June and a star-talk and information about the next stargazing evening. Phone (021) 785 3713. Saturday 7 June V Fish Hoek: The Fish Hoek Girl Guides will hold a fete at St Margaret’s Church from 08:30 to 12:30. Call Tina Collins on 083 780 1508. V Simon’s Town: A Homemade Market will be held at the Simon’s Town Library hall from 09:00 to 12:00. Homemade food, cheese, preserves and crafts will be on sale. Phone Sharon James on (021) 785 5322. Wednesday 11 June V Glencairn: The Simon’s Town Sector 1 forum’s annual meeting will take place at Phoenix Hall at 18:30. Residents from Glencairn Valley, Red Hill, Scarborough, Misty Cliffs, Neptune’s Close, Bayview Heights, Glen Marine, Da Gama Park and beyond are welcome to attend. Contact Aliet Ray-Pelt on (021) 781 0028 for more information. Friday 27 June V Ocean View: A market day will be held at the multipurpose centre from 18:00 until 22:00. A selection of breads, cakes, food, arts and crafts and jewellery will be on sale.
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LONG DISTANCE ATHLETES: Fish Hoek High School held its annual inter-class cross country race at the school last Thursday (8 May). From left are seniors Hannes Beukes, Teagan Pitt, and juniors Jessie Donn and Jenna Fish who were crowned the boys and girls winners. The winning class was the Grade 12 MT class, while Pitt also broke the school’s cross country record which was set by Leslie Gibson (nee Morrison) in 1990. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
WHAT A WHOPPER! Silvermine Academy pupil Liam Bartnicke (14) recently won gold in the under-16 category of the Western Province Angling Championships. He has also been nominated for the WP under-21 team. Bartnicke started fishing at the age of two and joined the Four Oceans Angling Club when he was nine. He was first selected for the WP under-16 team in 2012 and represented the province at the Junior Nationals in Durban last year. Bartnicke was also nominated for the national team, but was not selected because he was too young. At this year’s nationals, he captained the WP team which brought home the silver medal. He was also named the fourth best angler from 70 participants. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
WINNERS: Grade 7 pupils from Marine and Kleinberg primary schools competed against each other at the Ocean View Library’s Reading Competition last week. Pictured in front are Wihad Moses who won second prize and Joshua Klink, who won first prize in the English Category. At the back are judges Alvin Castro and Kay Wilson.
BOOKWORMS: There was a second category for Afrikaans readers. Pictured, from left, are judge Chantel Daniels, with Nawaal Ismail who won first prize, judge Pat Francke and Damique Lewis who came second.
MUSEUM MADNESS: Simon’s Town Museum celebrated International Museum Day with the theme Museum Collections make Connections. The archives and records department took part in a programme at Muizenberg Junior School. Pictured is Suzette Farmer (right) with some of the pupils. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
TOGETHER: Here all the participants are pictured with the judges.
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Cape Town’s best under-17 sides have a shot at both regional and national glory as the Engen Knockout Challenge goes nationwide this year. The Cape tournament is hosted by Santos FC with People’s Post as the print media sponsor. As in previous years, five regional events will take place in Port Elizabeth, Bloemfontein, Durban, Gauteng and Cape Town with an extensive qualifying phase leading up to a top quality tournament over one weekend. The eventual winners usually bag cash, equipment and the admiration of the Cape’s football fanatics, but this year they will also qualify for the inaugural Engen Champs of Champs. The Champs of Champs will see all the regional winners face off in Gauteng in October, in a tournament hosted by ABSA Premiership side Supersport United. Engen group sponsorship manager Brad Bergh says it was time to take the next step after the 10th instalment of the tournament last year. “After 10 years of our involvement in youth development football, we felt it was time to take the next step in creating a new event where South Africa’s best compete against each other in the Champs of Champs, elevating the level of the tournament to a much higher level,” he says.
Since formation, the Knockout Challenge has influenced the lives of 18 000 participants across the country. Each of the five regional tournaments sees 16 teams play a total of 48 matches over three days. The tournament has been a proving ground for SA’s most precocious under-17 players and several of the countries top players took their first steps towards professionalism at the Challenge. Former participants include Thulani Serero, Ronwen Williams and Keegan Dolly to mention just a few. Ajax Cape Town won the title for the sixth time last year, beating Claremont’s ASD Academy 4-3 on penalties in the final. Pinelands club Old Mutual Academy finished fifth, Grassy Park’s Crusaders ended seventh and Mitchell’s Plain side Kenpark United were eighth. Hanover Park FC finished ninth and Green Point Salesians finished 10th overall. Ajax will be desperate to hang to the Knockout Challenge trophy and earn a chance to prove themselves to be South Africa’s best. The draw for the Cape Town Engen Knockout Challenge finals will take place at Athlone Stadium on Tuesday 22 July. The tournament itself will run from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 August at the William Herbert Sports Complex in Wynberg.
Fish Hoek resident is well on his way to sealing legendary status in one of the world most extreme forms of motorsport. Extreme off-road driving sees competitors drive over cliffs, up steep angles and over boulders in 4x4s which are either modified or completely standard. Sun Valley’s Mike van As competed in the sport from 2000 to 2010 and returned last year after a twoyear sabbatical. Van As finished his first season back in second place in his category and currently leads the standings after two events this season. “I came first at the second event two weeks ago and I’m currently on top of the standings,” he says. “It was awesome; it was one of those events where everything just fell into place – nothing happened to the car and I drove like a master. I showed the youngsters that the old man hasn’t lost it yet. There were two obstacles were no one could plot a route through, besides me.” The current season started in March and ends around November, with just four events left to run. At each event, Van As and his competitors must conquer 12 obstacles to claim the points they need to win their class, the overall event and the championship. The mechanic and business owner races in the modified standard category, in a Land Rov-
GREEN AND MEAN: Fish Hoek resident Mike van As guides his modified Land Rover, Green Mamba, over an obstacle at an Extreme Off-Road Driving event in March. PHOTO: SUPPLIED er named Green Mamba, which he built from scratch with the help of his daughter. Van As previously competed in another vehicle, which had to be retired after suffering a bent and warped chassis at an event. Although damage like this is commonplace in the sport, Van As has never failed to finish an event during his 11 years of competition. This, he believes, plays a major role in his success and longevity. “The passion for the sport is what it’s all about, as well as the will to win and a very capable ve-
hicle,” he says. “Being a professional mechanic and having built the car myself plays a major role, because when you understand the mechanics of the car, you understand the weak points of a car. If your car doesn’t break, you can win. My mentor taught me: to come first you first have to finish.” He adds that his aim is to go one better than last year and take the title outright this season. The next Extreme off-road driving event will take place on Saturday 2 August at Zone Seven, on the N7.
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CLEARED: Muizenberg United’s Akhona Apolisi (left) puts in a challenge as Ikapa Sporting’s Baaqir Williams gets the ball away during a Cape District LFA Knockout match in Athlone on Saturday. Muizenberg won 7-1. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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