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They’re in fine voice One of Cape Town’s most popular boy bands, JAG, rocked GrandWest’s Grand Arena on Saturday evening. The group were joined on stage by former Idols winner Karin Kortje, former Idols finalist Crush­ anda Forbes and Sekoati Tsubane (Kabelo from 7de Laan fame). JAG, from left, are Mono Dullisear, Nur Ab­ rahams, Emo Adams, Louk­ maan Adams and Sury Boltman. PHOTO: SHARIEF JAF­ FER/PHOTO24

POLICE ACTION: FREQUENT RAIDS

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rassy Park families are living in the shadow of an alleged thriving drug den. The house, in Louw Avenue, is believed to have been raided by police a number of times. However, neighbouring residents say they believe illegal operations continue. One resident, who wishes to remain unnamed out of concerns of being targeted, says her neighbours have been living in fear and are put off by the daily scenes outside the house. “We definitely cannot live like this. These people (alleged drug dealers) are just continuing with what they are doing regardless of who is standing around. We have children who pick up on these things and we have to fear ever seeing them going down that road,” she says.

The trembling resident classified weekends as a “nightmare” with business booming at the alleged drug house. “There are so many cars blocking driveways and the road, with people standing around making a noise. They smoke whatever they buy in front of your house,” the resident says. “This is not right and we don’t have to live in fear like this.” Another resident says she is too afraid to allow her two teenage sons to play in the streets, fearing they might be caught up in the illegal activities. She claims that when reports are lodged with police in connection with the activities, “very little action is taken” and the alleged drug den continues to operate. Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, spokesperson for Grassy Park police, confirms that the house in question had been raided on a number of occasions in the past.

“We have raided that house and it is not true that police aren’t doing anything about this matter,” she counters. Kleinsmith also confirms that every time the house had been raided, police have found dagga, tik or mandrax on the premises. “The community and police need to work together, because the community must provide police with information for police to have regular raids,” Kleinsmith says. The concerned residents say they hope for a peaceful intervention which would help create a suitable environment for all to enjoy. “The people running this drug den have no respect for our community and we have to live with these (activities),” says one of the concerned residents. “We need help. Not next month, not next week, but now. Our children’s lives are at stake here.”

In the most recent police action, on Wednesday 4 September, a 28-year-old man was arrested outside the house for possession of dagga. He was taken to the station and had to pay an admission of guilt fine. . Recently, the anti-drug movement Pagad took to the streets of Retreat to rally support from residents for their campaign to rid the area of drugs and gangsterism (“Spanner in the works of Pagad rally”, www.peoplespost.co.za, 15 August). Pagad staged a motorcade through Retreat to get the message across that dealing in drugs would not be tolerated. V If anybody wishes to share information or report any illegal activities at the house, contact the Sector Man­ ager of Grassy Park, Warrant Officer Mzoli Samka on 082 522 0501 or the police station on (021) 700 3903 or Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith on 071 604 8358.


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HEALTH: SELF-INSPECTIONS ESSENTIAL

Testicular cancer: young men at risk NADINE MOODIE

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here is no way to prevent testicular cancer or to avoid the risk factors for the disease. This is according to Professor Michael Herbst of the Cancer Association of SA (Cansa). Known as a young man’s cancer, it is prevalent among men aged between 20 and 40. Testicular cancer survivor Torsten Koehler (48) says young boys going through puberty should do self-inspections on their sexual organs to check for possible lumps. He was 30 years old when he realised something was wrong. “I was a Biology teacher teaching sex education at the time. I felt a lump on my right testicle which never went away for a week. I went to the doctor and had a biopsy,” he says. “It wasn’t sore in the beginning stages, but the lump was definitely evident.” Doctors advised him to remove the right testicle because the cancer had spread throughout the area. “Before I underwent chemotherapy I donated sperm cells because I was fearful the cancer would return after the therapy. “I decided to do something for myself by educating people about testicular cancer and drew up a bucket list, resigned from my job and travelled for two years,” he says.

Koehler says the disease is prevalent in young men going through puberty. One of his former students was saved in time after a Biology lesson where he highlighted the disease. “Men don’t speak about their health and avoid going to doctors. My mission in life is to educate men about their health,” he says. “If cancer is detected at an early stage men will have a 96% chance of survival. If it’s not treated in time, the lump in the testicle becomes painful because the cell opens up and spreads cancer throughout the body.” Some men, he says, have said they felt a pain in their groin and that “one testicle feels heavier than the other. If the disease is in an advanced stage the testicle will enlarge and spread to the lymph nodes”. Koehler says the surgery is not physically painful, but leaves emotional scars. “A year after I was diagnosed I had a silicone implant in my testicle, but the road to recovery was difficult,” he says. “Every chemotherapy session felt like I was going to the clinic to get poison. I felt sick, rotten and had wounds in my mouth.” He believes there’s life after cancer even though he’s seen boys as young as 12 years old being diagnosed with the disease. “I still go back to the doctor to have myself tested for cancer, and it’s refreshing knowing this cancer won’t return. If I am diag-

nosed with cancer again, it will be a different cancer,” he says. Koehler fumes when he says women are more open to speaking about their health. “A man can be a father without anyone ever seeing him naked. Women go for check-ups all the time,” he says. “It is a little embarrassing, but it can save your life. Men need to be open to the idea of having regular check-ups and need to get over the fact that a doctor will physically have to examine their sexual organs to make a diagnosis.” Dr Amir Zarrabi, a consultant urologist at Stellenbosch University and Tygerberg Hospital, says there’s no specific cause for this cancer. “The only possible reasons detected which increases the chance for cancer is when children had mumps which affected the testicles or when a boy is born without a testicle in his scrotum,” he says. “There is no relation between wearing tight pants and testicular cancer.” Zarrabi says there is a high cure rate for the cancer and it can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy or radiation. “This cancer mostly affects one testicle and men only need one testicle for hormone production,” he says. Herbst says the absence – or otherwise – of risk factors is no indication of cancer. “Not having any risk factors does not mean someone will not get the disease.”

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There are a number of risk factors for testicular cancer, according Cansa. These are: . Having an undescended testicle. Before birth the testicles develop in the stomach of the foetus and then move down to the scrotum. In about 3% of boys the testicles do not move down to the scrotum before birth and either stay in the stomach or get stuck in the groin. . Abnormal development of the testicles or other organs. Men born with abnormalities of the testicles, penis, urethra or kidneys, as well as those with a hernia in the groin, may be at increased risk. . Having a family history increases the

risk. If a man has the disease there is a slight increased risk that his brothers or sons may also get it. About 10% of testicular cancer appears to be genetically linked. . HIV infection increases risk of the cancer. This is especially true for men who have Aids. . Race. Being white increases the risk. White men are five times more likely to get this cancer. The reason for the risk is not known. . Having fertility problems increase the risk. This was identified in low semen concentration sperm which did not move

around much. . Certain occupations – miners, oil or gas workers, caretakers, leather workers, food and beverage workers or workers involved in manufacturing or application of pesticides – have an increased risk. . Having a family history of breast cancer or malignant melanoma. . Smoking dagga. . Some studies show tall men have an increased risk. Having had a vasectomy does not increase the risk. Having prior trauma to testicles and recurrent actions such as horseback riding do not appear to be related to the cancer. V Visit www.cansa.org.za.


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

LOTUS RIVER: FED-UP WITH ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR

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nemployed labourers gather on a Lotus River corner every day hoping to be picked up for a day’s work. But this creates a host of problems for the surrounding community. The corner of Fifth Avenue and Strandfontein Road, as well as Klip Road, is a hotspot for the workers who are said to be engaging in dagga smoking, gambling and alcohol consumption while waiting for potential employers. Nearby Lotus River resident Yasmeen Davids says she has reported these activities to the local police, as well as City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement on a number of occasions, but the anti-social behaviour continues. “They stand outside my wall smoking all kinds of things, drinking, urinating in public and sometimes get into huge arguments. I have to put up with this daily and nobody seems to think this is a real problem,” she says. “One does understand they urgently need the money and must work to provide for their families. Unfortunately, I cannot feel sorry for some of them because where do you get the money to buy drugs, alcohol and to gamble?” On Monday 26 August, Davids’ oldest son had to chase some of the men away from their property after they had been arguing about alcohol for nearly two hours. The men threatened to beat each other up with bricks and, according to Davids, they were “clearly under the influence”. Another resident, who only wished to be known as Abraham, says he started watering the grass in front of his home to prevent the workers from sitting in front of his home. The workers gather daily from just after 06:00 and are said to be creating all kinds of noises, disturbing Abraham at his home. “I sometimes see these guys sitting here drinking (alcohol) and arguing among each other. For me, as a ratepayer, it is quite frustrating, because part of you feels sorry for them and part of you feels really fed-up and angry,” the frustrated resident says. The problem is not unique to Lotus River. In Bo-Kaap earlier this year, residents experienced similar problems on the corner of Rose and Strand streets, which is also a famous spot for unemployed workers to hang around (“Worked up about unruly job seek-

ers”, People’s Post, 19 February). The workers were also believed to be consuming alcohol at all hours of the day and found gambling. Phillip Bam, chairperson for the Lotus River, Ottery and Grassy Park Ratepayers Association, says reports of gambling, drinking and dagga smoking are “unacceptable”. “This is a very complex issue, because people are allowed to look for work, but they are not allowed to congregate on a street corner and cause problems for the community,” he says. He explains that the men should actually be visiting the labour department and registering themselves as unemployed in order to find employment. There also needs to be an investigation into the social circumstances which forces the men to gather in these hotspot areas, says Bam. “As much as you feel (sorry) for them, they cannot be standing there all day causing problems for the community, because they (residents) are ratepayers and are entitled to peace and quiet,” he adds. Executive director for Safety and Security, Richard Bosman, explains that the City’s

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LEGACY: JOE MARKS HONOURED

Thumbs up for new name TAURIQ HASSEN

he renaming of Concert Boulevard to Joe Marks Boulevard is getting a nod of approval from locals. Public participation, which started on Sunday 1 September and will run until Monday 30 September, has now taken its course and the Retreat and Steenberg community have the opportunity to object to the potential new name. Mary Jansen, secretary for the Retreat Steenberg Civic Association, gave the name two thumbs up and says there is “no other name we would have preferred”. However, Jansen is adamant the timing of the renaming is a bit off and encouraged the City of Cape Town to postpone the renaming of the road. “There are just too many other things that are happening in our community that requires urgent attention and the road does not really need to be renamed right away,” she says. “Don’t get me wrong, we fully support the name and have no problems with that, because Joe Marks always fought for what is

right in our community, especially where the crime situation is concerned.” Jansen called on the City to address the crime currently plaguing the community. “People are dying every day in our area. So I really don’t believe renaming the street now is fitting,” she says. Joseph Johannes Marks was born in Mossel Bay in 1936. He was a political activist who had a major influence on the Retreat and Steenberg community. Marks served as chairperson of the Steenberg Rent Action Committee, which was affiliated to the Cape Areas Housing Action Committee, of which he was also the vicechairperson. He was also involved with several political parties during the 1990s and lost his job as a foreman at a construction company for skipping work during the Soweto Uprising. After he retired from politics, he went on to get involved with the local civics and worked with community centres. Marks died in 2011. He was 75. His widow Maggie Marks says the news made his family proud and brought tears to

her eyes, knowing the good work he has done has not gone unrecognised. “We are all proud of what he has done for this community and he has made us all proud to be known as his family. Renaming that road after him shows that he has left a true legacy behind and I would say he deserves it,” she proudly says. Maggie explains that her late husband had a hand to play in many of the community organisations still operating today. “With the way the crime is going today, many will ask: Where is Mr Marks now? “He could never sit still, even where the gangs are concerned, because he used to try and create some peace between them,” she says. “There were so many gangs that were after him that time, but he never allowed that to get in the way of the work he was doing, because he always believed that his community would benefit from the work he was doing.” Maggie says that hearing the City announce the proposed name change has brought a smile to the faces of each family

member. Ward councillor Jan Burger is prepared to fight whomever stands in the way of renaming Concert Boulevard to Joe Marks Boulevard, as he believes the name is “well deserved”. “I am very proud to say that I fully support the name, because this was a really good man in the community and there are many who know this. “He was very active in the community and was always trying to do whatever he could for his community,” he says. Comment forms on the renaming proposals will be available on the City’s website www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay. They can also be obtained from Subcouncil 18 offices at the corner of Buck Road and Sixth Avenue, Lotus River, and at the library. V Comments, input and recommendations may be submitted by fax on (021) 400 1465, email nam­ ing@capetown.gov.za, written submission posted to PO Box 298, Cape Town 8000 (For Attention: Acting Manager ­ Public Participation Unit), Facebook on www.facebook.com/CityofCT or the mobisite www.letsnameit.co.za

HAPPY: Barbara Bam has always known the road as Concert Boulevard and feels that it is “the right time to make a change”. “I never knew Mr Marks, but I do feel that the area needed something new. If what I have heard about the late Mr Marks is true, then he cer­ tainly deserves the right to be hon­ oured this way. Our area needs some positive changes; Maybe this can be one of them.”

SLIGHT CONCERNS: Hersal Summers raised some concern that the street name change would mean having to change his address. “I certainly don’t have issues with the name that has been chosen, because the late Mr Marks was really well­known in this community. My fondest memory of him was when he fought the City of Cape Town to get houses for those in need. I am only worried that everything now needs to change, because I have been living here for a long time and I only know this road as Concert Boule­ vard.” PHOTOS: TAURIQ HASSEN

WELL DESERVED: Melvin Witbooi says the late Joe Marks rightfully deserves this hon­ our. “That man did so much for this community and he always put the community before himself. I think naming the road is not even enough to repay him for the work he has done, but it can honour him. The area must go through a changing process and to start by renaming this road after a true legend is a start.”

GREAT NAME: Amina van Graan feels now is the time for change and says Marks de­ serves the oppor­ tunity to have a road named after him. “I was very close friends with the family and he was always doing so much for the community. I really think it is now time to make a change in this community and what better way to do that than by naming the street after a man who worked hard for his community? The name change is really good.”

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Absence of refugee centre ‘not a loophole’

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The fact that asylum seekers in the Mother City are inconvenienced by having to submit their applications in Durban, Pretoria or Musina should not be seen as a loophole in the system. It is no different for applicants living in Kimberley or Mangaung – where there are also no refugee centres. This the argument of the Department of Home Affairs in an appeal. The department is appealing a decision

by the Western Cape High Court forcing it to keep the Cape Town Refugee Centre open. It is appealing to the Appeals Court in Bloemfontein. Appeal judges Bob Nugent, Carol Lewis, Leona Theron, Malcolm Wallis and Nigel Willis heard the application. The department closed the centre in Maitland last year and decided that all asylum seekers should submit applications for permits to its Durban, Pretoria and Musina offices. After this Scalabrini, an NGO support-

ing displaced peoples, asked the court to find the department’s decision that refugees can no longer seek asylum in the Western Cape unlawful and void. In March Judge Owen Rogers found that the department’s decision was unlawful and unreasonable. He ruled that Cape Town should have a centre. But the department feels it is unnecessary. The department is not required to ensure there is a refugee centre in the areas where applicants live and work. However, Scalabrini argues that the

Western Cape High Court has twice ruled that the centre’s doors remain open. It is unlawful that the department does not have a centre in Cape Town. “Asylum seekers have to travel to other centres time and time again. It is a disadvantage for those living and working in Cape Town.” Scalabrini further says asylum seekers also have rights, which may not me ignored. Judgement is reserved. V SMS your thought to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

IPID INVESTIGATES: ‘STATUTORY RAPE’

Police officer faces charge TAURIQ HASSEN

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Grassy Park police constable has been released on bail after being arrested for statutory rape last week. The police officer made his first appearance in the Mitchell’s Plain Magistrate’s Court for allegedly having sexual intercourse with a 14-year-old girl. Colonel Fana Morgan Dlamini, station commander for Grassy Park Police Station, confirms that station management has decided to place the constable on compulsory leave while the matter is under investigation by the Independent Police Investigative Directorate (IPID). “The officer has been released on bail on condition that he does not go near any State witnesses or the victim. He also has to stay away from work (police station), which is why we have decided to put him on compulsory leave,” Dlamini says. He further explains that police are compiling information which will then be sent to provincial police for a decision on whether or not the constable should be suspended. “Pending the outcome of the investigation, we have decided to take the necessary steps and the constable will have to face a disciplinary hearing. He will also be given the opportunity to appeal against the decision,” Dlamini says. “We have to remember that it is only allegations that were made against the constable and there is nothing more we can add to that.” The matter is currently being investigated by the IPID.

Moses Dlamini, national spokesperson for the IPID, confirms that the department was notified by police about the allegations on 26 August and conducted an investigation into the matter. “The victim’s mother was informed by the victim’s friend about the relationship. The police officer was off-duty,” Dlamini says. It is alleged that the victim and the police officer have been having sexual intercourse at the police officer’s house between July and August this year. Phillip Bam, chairperson for the Lotus River, Ottery and Grassy Park Ratepayers’ Association, did not wish to comment on the specific case until the final verdict has been given. However, on a general basis, he says police officers should always try and be the “upstanding people” within the community as they are the ones people rely on to keep them safe. “We need to know that the people we have entrusted with protecting the community are doing so lawfully and that our children are being protected,” Bam says. The investigation continues.

ANGRY: The controversial Mama’s Housing Project saga reached new heights last week when the matter reached the Cape High Court. Angry protesters gathered outside the court on Tuesday 3 September claiming to have been treated “unfairly” dur­ ing the allocation process. Some of the applicants have been with the launch of the project in 2000, but have still not been attended to. The case has now been post­ poned to 8 October for the Cape Town Justice Centre to assess the case documents. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN

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6 NEWS Tuesday 17 September V Plumstead: The Prostate cancer Support Action group will meet in the auditorium of MediClinic Constantiaberg at 17:45 for 18:00. Men and their carers are welcome to attend and share experiences. Corina Avni will speak on Physiotherapy for Post­treatment complications. For more informa­ tion phone or SMS the group phone on 073 560 3067. Friday 27 September V Ottery: The Cape Kidney Association will hold their annual dance at Wittebome Civic Centre from 19:30 to 01:00. This year the association celebrates their 35th anniversary. Tickets are R100. Cheese and wine in the foyer and snacks will be served. Take own XYZ and glasses. The Ikey Gamba band will be in attendance. Phone (021) 761 1326. Saturday 28 September V Retreat: Wesley Methodist Church will host a bazaar at the church grounds on the corner of Fourth Avenue and Langevlei Road at 10:00. There will be a variety of stalls. Coupon booklets cost R75. For more information phone Jacob Adams on (021) 712 2436 or 074 898 9012. Thursday 10 October V Retreat: The Mr & Miss Senior Pageant 2013

PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013 will take place at the Retreat Civic Centre starting at 15:00. Judges will look at casual and evening wear. All contestants must book for entry. Tickets are sold at R50 and are available from Michelle Arendse on (021) 701 5061 or 079 941 0533. Snacks and juice will be served. Saturday 5 October V Parkwood: Simon of Cyrene Anglican Church in Acacia Road will hold its annual bazaar, with the doors opening at 09:00 with a display by the drum majorettes. There will be plenty of stalls. Friday 1 November V Lotus River: St Augustine’s Anglican Church will host a fashion show/pageant in the community centre from 19:30. Funds raised will go towards the extension of the existing church building. Tickets are R50 for adults and R20 for children under 12. Call Roger Fritz on (021) 400 1358 or 083 363 1966 for more details. Friday 22 November V Parkwood: Simon of Cyrene Anglican Church will host a snack dance, with The Treverians Dance band, at Grassy Park Civic Centre. Tickets cost R80; take your own platter and XYZ. Book your place by phoning Desiree on (021) 707 1473 or 083 229 5152.

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he African Hip Hop Indaba is where talent comes to make history. This year the event will be presented by Heal the Hood Projects and Sprite and will be hosted at the Good Hope Centre this weekend. The event will showcase freestyle emcees, turntablists, beatboxers, graffiti artists, krumpers, poppers, documentary screenings, dance battles and Hip Hop theatre and many other acts. Event founder Emile YX Jansen who most will know as television show Step Up or Step Out judge and former member of break dance group Black Noise says the purpose of the event is to raise funds to send young talent abroad to compete in international competitions. “Plane tickets are expensive and we’re trying to create productions where young people will be able to live off their talent,” he says. “The Indaba is a space where people can unlock their talent. The South African scene is very lob-sided and in need of Cape Town talent. “The best singers and dancers come from this city and so often people’s perceptions of us are reduced because of the social ills plaguing our society.” Fellow founder Tanswell Jansen says mainstream media portrays Hip Hop negatively in South Africa. “The Indaba will be a platform to showcase what youth are doing positively,” he says. “It takes a lot to get on stage and people spend two to three hours a day conditioning their bodies for the dance.

“This will also be a great opportunity for participants to meet fellow dancers from other communities and African countries, which will give the craft a bigger sense of community.” Tanswell says the province’s Department of Sport and Cultural Affairs will also be making an appearance at the event to scout talent. “This year, the department plans to employ talented dancers to teach their craft in communities,” he says. Nashwin Davids, who is a krumper, says he’s very excited about the event. “This is going to be the best Indaba, because the dance atmosphere in Cape Town is more united and people are very hungry to dance,” he says. “The level of dance is the highest it’s ever been and Cape Town is one of the international hip hop scenes. I saw it when I was in Germany, the overseas scene is manifesting right here in our city.” EmileYX says the Indaba is an important event because it will showcase African talent. “So often South African rappers sound American and forget to be themselves,” he says. “We need to break free and to tap into our cultural heritage because we can draw from the Nama, Xhosa, Zulu and so many other cultures in our country. “When I was with Black Noise we weren’t exposed to YouTube, but we able to win international awards abroad because we had original ideas because we tapped into our cultural heritage.” V For information see www.africanhiphopinda­ ba.co.za. Also see Nashwin Davids http:// www.youtube.com/watch?v=XfA3scR04Dw

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MATRIC EXAM: MARKING ABILITIES QUESTIONED

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competency test measuring teachers marking abilities might become the next national learning curve for the Matric exams. The provincial Department of Education spokesperson Bronagh Casey says the test will enhance the credibility of the National Senior Certificate (NSC) Examinations and will give all candidates and their teachers their best opportunity. “We want to ensure there is the highest possible standard of marking in these examinations and that all our markers are both competent and experienced in their subject fields,” she says. Michael Petersen, who is a senior marker for the NSC examinations and sat the competency test in 2011, says there are two sides to the argument. “Parents would like to have competent people marking their children’s scripts and the competency test can be a good thing, but there are teachers who will find it to be an insult to their intelligence,” he says. “There have been incidents in the past where we’ve asked markers to leave the marking centre because they were incompetent. The competency test can therefore be a good thing, because it tests knowledge on the subject matter and one’s ability to set up a memorandum.” He adds that markers teaching content subjects had to write the test while language teachers were excluded from the test. Casey says the Western Cape was the first to introduce the test two years ago. The test results will be valid for at least three years, so teachers who wrote and passed the test in 2011 won’t have to write it again this year. “The competency tests are set by an examiner and moderator appointed by the Western Cape Education Department and assesses the content knowledge of the subject, application of knowledge and skills

and their marking abilities,” she says. “The tests also test the ability of the applicant to interpret the Grade 12 candidate responses and therefore does not only test subject content.” Casey says markers are required to obtain a mark of 60% and above in the competency test, but this would also depend on whether or not a subject has a shortage of markers. Jonovan Rustin, provincial secretary general of the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) , says the organisation is against the competency test. “Teachers mark answer sheets during the course of the year. Sadtu proposes that the education department present workshops to teachers throughout the year to ensure they’re skilled for the job,” he says. David Millar, the chairperson of the National Professional Teachers Organisation of South Africa (Naptosa), says the union is in favour of the competency tests. “South African teachers lack content knowledge on their subject; there are many cases where teachers don’t know enough. There have also been cases where teachers are marking exams of subjects which they don’t teach,” he says.“We need to start focusing on the marking job and not on the quality of the marker. Through this we will be able to award the necessary marks.” CEO of the South African Teachers Union Chris Klopper says competent teachers should be able to mark exam scripts, have examination knowledge and need good language skills. “All markers need to be on the same level and the same yard stick and standard should be used for all markers across the country. This measurement should be applied to all subjects.”

A drain on council resources As the rainfall continues across the peninsula, the City of Cape Town is asking homeowners to remove illegal stormwater connections from sewers. Council’s Water and Sanitation Department has been flooded with complaints about overflowing sewers. They believe this is a result of illegal stormwater connections or discharges to the sewerage system made by residents. Mayoral Committee member for Utility Services Ernest Sonnenberg says this is critical to prevent flooding and health hazards for residents, communities and the environment.

Failure to remove the illegal stormwater connections and discharges from their local sewers places them in direct contravention with the City’s stormwater and wastewater bylaws. They will eligible for a fine. The correct procedure for stormwater discharge is to ensure that excess stormwater is diverted to the roadside, where it will flow into the stormwater system. Where flooding does occur as a result of overflowing sewers, excessive stormwater or blocked stormwater drains, residents can contact the City’s Call Centre on 0860 103 089; SMS 31373; or email watertoc@capetown.gov.za.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Hit the ground running The cutting-edge dance and music production I hit the ground running was on at the Baxter Flipside. The production is a first-time collaboration between Scenkonst Sörmland, of Sweden, and the Baxter. The opening night drew a full crowd of theatre lovers.

ALL SMILES: Shaun Oelf, Ally Patterson­Cordiglia, Grant van Ster and Louise Talbot.

NIGHT OUT: From left are Fahiem Stellenboom, Atandwa Kani, Nat Ramabulana and Africa Melane. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED

MEMORIES: From left are Tebogo Monnakgotla, Louise Coetze, Oscar O’Ryan and Nicolette Moses.

FAMILY: From left are Ettie, Ellen­Anne, Michael and Emma Williams.

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HAVE YOUR SAY! 2013/14 INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) AND BUDGET TIME-SCHEDULE

DANCERS: Andile Vellem and Berniece Valen­ tine.

FRIENDS: Ted Jacobs and Mpotseng Shuping.

SOCIALISING: Fred Abrahamse and Marcel Meyer.

AT THE THEATRE: Luvuyo Kakaza and Zindzi Jacobs.

The City of Cape Town will commence its process for reviewing the 2012 – 2017 five-year plan (IDP) and the drafting of the 2014/15 Budget. This will be the second review of the term of office plan which was approved by Council on 28 May 2012. The 2013/14 IDP and Budget time-schedule outlines the activities that will be followed in drafting the 2014/15 Budget and amended IDP. The aim of reviewing the IDP is to ensure that municipal planning considers the assessment of its performance measurements and the extent that changing circumstances so demand. The public participation activities can be summarised as follows: Date November 2013 February 2014 March 2014 April 2014 May 2014

Details Public to comment on the amendments to the 2012 – 2017 IDP document Community participation in reviewing the performance management system with regard to key performance indicators and setting of targets Public to comment on 2012/13 annual report Tabling of draft 2014/15 reviewed IDP and 2014/15 budget before Council Council to consider the annual report and adopt the 2012/13 oversight report Publication of the 2012/13 oversight report Public comment and input on the draft 2014/15 Budget Council to approve of amendments to the 2014/15 reviewed IDP and 2014/15 budget

June 2014

Public notification of approved 2014/15 budget and reviewed IDP

July 2014

Publication of 2014/15 Corporate Service Delivery and Budget Implementation Plans (SDBIPs)

Copies of the detailed 2013/14 IDP and budget time-schedule will be available at all subcouncil offices, libraries and www.capetown.gov.za/en/IDP/Documents/2013_14_timeschedule.pdf. For more information on the 2013/14 IDP and budgeting process contact tel 021 400 9808; fax 021 400 4909; or e-mail idp@capetown.gov.za.

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 138/2013

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Don’t miss Heritage Day celebrations Heritage and culture will be at the forefront of an event being organised by the Bridgetown Theatre Company on Tuesday 24 September. The Heritage Day event will showcase the talent of young and old at the Bridgetown Sports Field from 10:00 until 18:00. The company invites all musicians, bands, singers, dancers, poets, solo acts, brass bands, clubs and speciality acts to apply to

perform and play at event. It will see performances from organisations from the Athlone area, while there will also be netball and soccer matches. Admission is free. All performers and clubs need to register by Friday 19 September. To book performance slots, matches or a stall phone Michelle on 072 202 1328 or Rushdie on 071 893 1079.

NOTICE OF MEETING OF THE SUBCOUNCILS: SEPTEMBER 2013 Notice is hereby given that the meeting of the 24 (twenty four) subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the time and venue indicated in the schedule below: Subcouncil Venue 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24

Council Chambers, Royal Ascot, Bridle Way, Milnerton Kraaifontein Council Chambers, Brighton Road, Kraaifontein Council Chambers, Voortrekker Road, Goodwood Parow Council Chambers, Tallent Street, Parow Subcouncil Chambers, corner of Kiaat and Jakkalsvlei Road, Bonteheuwel Bellville Council Chambers, Bellville Civic Centre, Voortrekker Road, Bellville Durbanville Council Chamber, corner of Queen and Oxford Streets, Durbanville Strand Council Chambers, corner of Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Solomon Tshuku Hall, Solomon Tshuku Avenue, Site C, Khayelitsha Lookout Hill Tourism Facility, corner of Spine Road and Mew Way, Ilitha Park, Khayelitsha Vanguard Community Hall, Mangaan Road, Vanguard Estate Lentegeur Civic Centre, corner of Melkbos and Merrydale Roads, Mitchells Plain Ruth First Community Hall, Sinqolamthi Street, Philippi Fezeka Council Chambers, corner of NY1 and Lansdowne Road, Gugulethu Raven Room, First Floor, Pinelands Training Centre, Central Square, St Stephens Road, Pinelands Council Chambers, 11th Floor, 44 Wale Street, Cape Town Dulcie September Civic Centre (minor hall), corner of Klipfontein and Protea Streets, Athlone Subcouncil Chambers, corner of Buck Road and Sixth Avenue, Lotus River Council Chambers, Central Circle, Fish Hoek Council Chambers, Alphen Centre, Main Road, Constantia Council Chambers, Van Riebeeck Road, Kuils River Strand Council Chambers, corner of Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Colorado Community Centre, corner of Weltevreden and Rosewood Drive, Mitchells Plain Khayelitsha Training Centre, corner of Lwandle and Spine Roads, Khayelitsha

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TOP ACT: Catch Mi Casa at the anniversary celebration of the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

Mother City party to celebrate CTICC A decade of transforming lives through exceptional experiences. That’s the theme of the Cape Town International Convention Centre’s 10th anniversary celebrations. It is a calendar event not to be missed, featuring local dance-vocal sensation Mi Casa and Friends on Friday 13 September. This exclusive one-night only performance by Mi Casa will feature a host of leading local entertainment acts

A LAUGH A MINUTE: Jou Ma Se Comedy Club has a new home – The Pumphouse at the V&A Waterfront. The brainchild of Kurt Schoonraad (pic­ tured), former host of Going Nowhere Slowly, the club has provided a regular and reputable stand­up comedy space for Cape Town’s laugh­craving popu­ lace. Jou Ma Se Come­ dy Club will be open from Wednesday to Sunday at 19:00. For venue bookings email sam@syncmanage­ ment.co.za or phone (021) 462 1664 or 072 983 7155.PHOTO:

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To access the full agenda and all supporting documentation 72 hours before the meeting go to www.capetown.gov.za/subcouncils. Highlight the date of the subcouncil meeting, choose the subcouncil you require and download the agenda. Please report any difficulties to the relevant subcouncil manager.

CENTRE STAGE: Don’t miss Introdans staging Superstars at the Baxter Theatre. PHOTO: HANS GERRITSEN

The following policies, plans are open for public consultation during the month of September 2013. These policies and plans are available for scrutiny at subcouncil offices and interested parties may comment on these policies:

Internal rhythms set to resonate

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Tourism Development Framework Placement of security huts on City-owned land Proposed introduction of access control measures: Tafelberg Road and Signal Hill Road Renaming the NY Streets of Gugulethu Integrated Transport Plan

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

Set emotions in motion when renowned dance company Introdans stages Superstars at the Baxter Theatre from Tuesday 10 until Saturday 14 September. The modern ballet company’s production will include several stirring pieces by top international choreographers. This visit marks the sixth time Introdans has graced South African stages. Artistic director Roel Voorintholt has selected five works for the Superstars programme, namely Polish Pieces by Hans van Manen, Pas de Danse by Mats Ek, Evening

Songs by Jiri Kylian, Anaphase by Ohad Naharin and Sinfonía India by Nacho Duato. Since its formation in 1971, Introdans has grown into a top dance company and remains true to its mission to present high quality dance to a broader audience. Superstars runs at the Baxter at 20:00, with a matinee on Saturday 14 September at 14:30. Tickets cost R90 and R100, and can be bought via Computicket on 0861 915 8000. V People’s Post readers can win one of three double tickets to the show. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter.


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

SEATBELTS: WORRY OVER CHILD SAFETY

Most drivers fail to strap in

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rivers and passengers, including many children, in Cape Town rarely wear their seatbelts. The average use of seatbelts by children three years and older is a mere 22%. And in poorer areas it is as low as 0.03%. These are the figures from research findings published in the September issue of the South African Medical Journal. The research – conducted at large intersections in the City Bowl, Mitchell’s Plain, Bellville, Du Noon, Guguletu, Milnerton and Newlands – was to see if 6848 people wear their seatbelts. The figures differ significantly in the areas. The figures show that 54% of drivers wear seatbelts, as well as 30% of the front passengers and 9% on the back seat. The worrying trend is that 80% of children who are injured in accidents are not strapped. “The country has many road safety projects, but it is not clear how effective these are. The fact that the death rate remains basically unchanged year after year, is an indication that the strategies fall short,” the research said.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Petrol strike discontent Thousands of petrol attendants across the country are on strike. Of the 300 000 taking part in the mass action, 7 000 belong to the National Union of Metalworkers of SA (Numsa). Numsa is demanding a R30 per hour increase across the board on actual rates of pay in all sectors and divisions for workers earning above R6 000 per month by 2016. The strike action could leave motorists stranded without attendants to fill up their tanks. Interns Nombulelo Damba and Tarryn Arnold polled readers for their thoughts on the mass action.

WALDO JAC JACOBS OBS believes the strike has a ma­ jor effect on the nation. “The strike is drain­ ing the economy,” he says. Jacobs believes workers need to negotiate before taking strike action.

ANNEKE OLIVARI OLIVARI says the strike has a nega­ tive effect on all motorists. “Many of us will be struggling. This will also bring down the economy.”

PHAKAMILE MQ PHAKAMILE MQULW ULWANA ANA says petrol attend­ ants have the right to strike. “These people are working hard but are getting paid pea­ nuts and some have big families to feed.”

CESOREE’ HER HERADIEN ADIEN says the strike is not necessary. “If they are not happy they must find other jobs. We do not need them any­ way. We have hands; we can do it ourselves.”

EMMERANCIA WILLIAMS insists that work­ EMMERANCIA ers are not getting the money they deserve. “Government should take out more money from their pockets and not run away to other countries and do negotiations on that side”.

ALPHONSE MOGONGWA believes that busi­ ness should go on as usual. “Right now the demand for a raise has been made. [They should then try to find] a solution before at­ tempting to strike.”

MARTIN FR MARTIN FRANK ANK says the strike should not have happened in the first place. “Commut­ ers who use public transport to get to work arrive late because taxis are looking for [op­ erating] petrol stations.”

HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT COMPREHENSIVE INTEGRATED TRANSPORT PLAN AND OPERATING LICENSING STRATEGY The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its draft comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan and operating licensing strategy. In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments, recommendations or input on this draft plan and strategy from 4 September 2013 to 8 October 2013 via: • • • •

Fax: 021 419 8536 E-mail: gwyneth.daries@capetown.gov.za Written submission: 18th Floor, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town Civic Centre: (for attention: Gwyneth Daries). Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofCT

Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, people living with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit: For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za

HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT ANIMAL WELFARE POLICY The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its Draft Animal Welfare Policy. In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit recommendations or input on the Draft Animal Welfare Policy from 9 September 2013 to 11 October 2013. Comments, recommendations or input may be submitted by: • • • •

Fax: 021 421 4894 E-mail: animalwelfare@capetown.gov.za Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofCT Online: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay

Two public sessions where oral representations will be heard are scheduled for 14:00 and 17:30 on 26 September 2013 at the Council Chambers, 44 Wale Street, Cape Town. Residents should register to attend either of these sessions by sending a request via e-mail to animalwelfare@capetown.gov.za. Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, to people living with disabilities and to other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit:

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For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za

For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za

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The draft comprehensive Integrated Transport Plan and operating licensing strategy will be available on the City of Cape Town website: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at libraries. Direct enquiries relating to the plan and strategy to Gwyneth Daries at 021 400 3210 or e-mail at gwyneth.daries@capetown.gov.za.

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 147/2013

For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za The Draft Animal Welfare Policy will be available on the City of Cape Town website, www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, and at subcouncil offices and at libraries. Enquiries relating to the Draft Animal Welfare Policy can be directed to Christa Hugo at christa.hugo@capetown.gov.za.

ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 157/2013


PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013

Snip-snip for city’s verges

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erges and parks around the city will be mowed, at the expense of spring flowers. Every year, the City of Cape Town’s Parks Department is faced with a decision to either keep parks and verges neat and mowed or allow a display of newly blossomed spring flowers. The recent heavy rains have brought on the flowers, but have also left grass and weeds looking untidy, says the City’s Mayoral Committee member for Community Services and Special Projects, Belinda The City has decided to mow parks and verges, even though this Walker. will remove the displays of spring wild flowers. PHOTO: SUPPLIED Grasses, and weeds in particular, thrive under these conditions touched and not mowed until the seeds have and parks and sidewalks can start to look ripened and dropped. However, this results untidy almost overnight. Simultaneously, in the grass eventually dominating the the annual spring flowers have started to flowers,” Walker explains. In the past, City Parks curtailed the mowbloom in various public open spaces and ing of certain areas during the flowering peopen tracts of land. “Cape Town is experiencing a winter of riod to allow flowers to bloom and shed high rainfall, interspersed with periods of their seeds – but this proved problematic in warm weather. Although everyone is grate- that there was also a proliferation of weeds ful for the way in which our dams are being and grasses. This year, City Parks will keep mowed arfilled and underground water is being replenished, this weather also promotes the eas tidy as a priority. Some wild flower aregermination and rapid growth of many spe- as may be identified and mowed at a later cies of wild flowers and grasses across Cape date, but they will be clearly sign-posted. There are still many open areas throughout Town,” Walker says. “This is where the contention lies: should the city, including identified biodiversity the areas be mowed to control growth and areas or natural sensitive areas, where so that they are neat, or should the wild mowing does not take place and where flowers and weeds be left undisturbed for spring flowers can be seen. Any concerns about un-cut grass in parks the enjoyment of residents. Many residents and visitors to areas where the flowers and on sidewalks/verges can be directed to bloom contend that they should be left un- City Parks on (021) 400 9538.

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BUILDING MATERIAL/DIY/ CASH LOANS 078 185 1406 ALL HOURS 072 542 7217 021 797 6569

Made to order. Tel: 021­706 2987

BLACKLISTED

Children’s Entertainment

www.wendywarehouse.co.za

AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. Ph 079 491 4440 HIRE A CASTLE from R150. Kidies Chairs, tables & linen. Ph 696 3791/ 084 209 1313 JUMP 4 JOY castle hire. ( Ricky on 073 268 7546 JUMPING CASTLE for hire. 021 393 8528, 083 890 4793

FROM R40 /WK

FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES AVAILABLE

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Hiring Services CATER SUPPLIES 021­696 2394 or 084 588 0686 Plastic chairs R2. Round Table: 10 seater R10 Long Table: 10 seater R10. CHAIR COVERS FROM R3 Round table cloth XL R15 Long Table Cloth XL: R12 Organzas: From R2. We Deliver & Collect

COLORADO HIRING

ACADEMY OF DRIVING K53 SPECIALIST

R100

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330

AFRI BLOCKS 190 &140's ­ Sand & Stone Call 021 393 0661/ or 073 186 2991 (a.h.) WILDCATS TRANS­ PORT

Bakkie Sand ­ R160 (Bags ­ R7,50) Bakkie Stone ­ R400 (Bags ­ R15.00) BLOCKS AND BRICKS 190/140/MAXIS Vibracrete Slabs ­ R32 each CEMENT ­ R73,00 We also do truck loads and rubble removals Ph 021­820 4068 or 084 748 7122

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Wanted to Buy AA's BUYS good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021­374 6060 or 083 948 2804

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ZIDAAN’S

BEVAN 071 770 9446

BLOCKS, MAXIS, SAND, STONE, CEMENT R75.00 DEL. BEST PRICES

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FANCIES & CUPCAKES

CONTACT DETAILS: 021 836 8955 O/H, CELL: 078 961 6371 acda.k53@gmail.com new BBM Pin: 26E044BA

• RELIABLE, PATIENT • ALL AREAS • HIGH PASS RATES • 14 YEARS EXPERIENCE • ASSOCIATED TO ALL TRAFFIC OFFICES

For Sale

DALVIE'S CATERING AND HIRING

Menus from R69 p/p. Price includes basic decor. For all your hiring needs and stage decor, incl bouquets. Crockery and cutlery from 10c. Chair covers with bows also available. We also offer savory platters. Ph Rashieda or Shafiek 021­372 5921 / 084 566 0087 / 082 660 0876

10 Months Guarantee!

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90

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PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021 692 0221, 084 562 0811

CLC BESSICK HIRING Crockery, cutlery, glassware, trestles and chair covers. ( 021 371 9464 or 084 974 6176 or 072 381 4784

SNOWDON DRIVING SCHOOL 10 driving lessons R900 Special Package deals Call:021 391 272 8 / 071 437 1015 / 082 070 8000

On all appliances Regassing done on all types of fridges @ R180 Tel: 078 212 8078

CAMERAMAN for Events 082 738 1166/021 372 6950

Catering

Former traffic officer & Driving licence examiner

DRIVING LESSONS CODE 8 MANUAL/AUTO CODE 10 (TRUCK)

Photographic/ Video Services

DVDS & PHOTOS 073 454 9280

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Skills 4 Life 8 weeks hairdressing course cost R1000 Easy Plan 09am ­ 12pm Mon. ­ Wed. call Rushin 0216338548/0781044771

TORQUE DRIVING ACADEMY FREE car hire with every 10hrs package!! (t&c apply).Manual & Auto All areas with free pick up and drop off Hassan 082 992 2827 / 021­827 1300

A HEALER WITH A DIFFERENCE ­Financial Difficulties ­Love/ Marriage Problems ­Natural Healing/ products ­Evil spirits... etc

avail. Mitchells Plain area only. ( 021 392 0633

DRINK TEA AND SHRINK Lose 4 ­ 8 kg per month and still enjoy your favourite foods. Abeda ( 072 806 5399

Tuition

BADR'S DRIVING SCHOOL

EDUCARE from 3 months to 5 and half years old. Transport

Health and Beauty

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TRADITIONAL HERBALIST PIUS

YOUR LIFE MY CONCERN Natural healing. Family problems, Troubled Marriages, Love problems, Financial problems, Evil Spirits. Abdul Kariem 072 243 9136 021 705 5623 5th avenue , Grassy park Opposite Nandos, Cash Crusaders building , upstairs room 4

* HighlytrainedbyEx-Traffic Officer/Hillstarexaminer * K53code8,freepickupanddropoff • EasytodriveToyotaEtiosor HyundaiGetzPowerSteering • R110perhour (DependingArea) • 5lessonsR550 • 10lessonsR1100 • 5lessonspluscarhirefortestR950

Creches

A.B.

WE DO REPAIRS

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NO DEPOSIT CASH OR TERMS

A WOMAN HERBALIST FATIMA PAY AFTER PROBLEM IS SOLVED * Financial problems *Evil spirits * Troubled marriages *Clean homes *Love problems Consultation fee: R100 Opposite Standard Bank, Town Centre, Mitchells Plain / Cape Town Call 082 631 8266

DR SHARIF . Evil spirits . Financial problems .. Love problems . Life problems . Sexual problems Grassy Park (071 918 0760

Personal

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BBM 2929CA76

FAMILY NOTICES

Natural healing / products Love problems Troubled marriages Financial growth Evil spirits WYNBERG MAIN ROAD Call for appointment Cell: 071 058 8715 / 021 839 5778

CHAMPS DRIVINGACADEMY

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AC DRIVING 5X2 10-09-13-1CF0Z50

Chief Omar is back

Crockery, cutlery, glassware linen and backdrop,Jumping castles, kiddies chairs Ph

021 374 7104 / 0822278968

Wendy's 6 x 3m ­ R6 000 cash!!!! 082 621 4441/ 021 393 5475 74 Electrical Appliances AFFORDABLE REPAIRS Repairs to tv•s , fridges, stoves, m/waves , washing machines , geysers Tel: 021 691 2162 / 082 490 0197

We specialize in:  Nutec houses  Vibracrete Houses  Carports  Bathrooms and Electric

A A+ CASH PRICE PAID for good used 2nd hand clothing, shoes, linen, etc. 021 761 3083 or 084 9733 899

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Building Material 1 m SAND, STONE AND RUBBLE. Ph 079 776 8185 / 021 397 1501 1A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R12,50 450 x 450 = R14,50 500 x 500 = R15,95 VIBRACRETE = R28,95 ( 021 823 2575 5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE 021 397 1501 or 082 709 6443

A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 6113 627.

HOUSE OF HIRING Call us for your hiring needs plus kids party items. (021 3711 588/082 503 9026

MOUNTVIEW HIRING for all functions. Ph 021­692 2497

ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & DOORS

Supplied & fitted.

( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292 105

Home Improvement Interior REPAIR ALL YOUR BROKEN BUILT­IN CUPBOARDS And single units, replace counter tops and broken cupboard doors, built in undercounter ovens, Eye level and drop in sinks, and all other carpentery work done. Phone 071 8121 151 SPECIAL CARPET CLEANING 3 Bdrms for R350 6 Seater Couches for R350 Beds, Curtains & Cars Contact Rob 079 248 4296 web ­ specialcarpetcleaning .co.za or email robertfenyes2013@gmail.com

Home Improvement Exterior All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021 3715362

ALTERATIONS, brick, plas., skin., tiling, etc. Good Refs. 076 124 4713

Fridge Regassing on all types fridges. All jobs done at clients home. 072 363 1530

ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021­ 691 1936 or 084 921 5364

or 072 854 3966 THAT HIRING PLACE Cutlery, Crockery, Tables, Chairs and Linen for Hire 021 371 9175 / 076 722 1083

Building and Construction

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L & F HIRING

Crockery, cutlery, glassware & linen@ 10c per item. Ph 021 371 7229 / 072 443 6695

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sms WENDY to 41911 and we’ll call you back. R1.50/sms

A 6 cubic meter sand, stone & rubble removal.(John at 072 407 4289 / 021­7612410

DECOR Backdrop poles & curtains. (021 396 2526/082 212 8949

General Services

I BUY, SELL AND REPAIR ALL FRIDGES, FREEZERS AND APPLIANCES DEAD OR ALIVE. PH: 084 985 7425 / 021­ 836 6678

ABBA BLOCKS

190's, 140's & 90's and cement . Ph 021 7055 886/ 021 706 4116

Free Delivery!

BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, carports, paving, gates. Ph Albert 073 545 6994


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013 VIBRACRETE AND EXTENSIONS Ph: 074 321 9215 / 021 820 4384

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Money/Loans

A BRIDGING LOAN? Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send “please call me” 082 301 7856 Ph: 0860 105 546

BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/ 082 516 0030

ALL BRIDGE CREDIT

M&M INTERIORS ­ Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495

PENSION/PACKAGE

RC BLINDS

A CASH LOAN UP TO R100 000 Blacklisted welcome. 10 min phone approval. Same day payout. Ph / Sms LIZ 074 295 9559 AFFORDABLE LOANS ­ R100 000. ( Tanya 084 542 6864 /SMS name, Id no, Nett salary, Company.

Bridging cash for Lumpsum/Payout same day

APPROVAL SAME DAY

 021 949 3402/3 Call back 073 609 9307 078 8897 038

20% discount on all types blinds exceeding R1500 for September only 074 259 1802/ 082 598 2606 rcblinds@polka.co.za

Pen­ sion/ Provident/

Package / Lumpsum Payout? Cash same day. Sms/Call: Chantal 076 886 7655

Awaiting Pension/ Prov. fund/ Property Payout Get Cash Today!! Ph/Sms/Pcm Latifah 076 833 6676

BOND PROBLEMS From arrears to auctions Water & Electricity Off? We can HELP, Financial & Legal Aid, No false Promises, Just Results Toll Free 0800 204 987 or 082 991 0729

BRIDGING CASH while waiting for:

PENSION / PACKAGE

Payout (lumpsum only) Cash same day Tel: 021 949 0930/1/2 CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT UP TO R230 000. Same day reply! 605 Boland Bank Bld 18 Lower Burg str Cape Town 021 837 1578 finance@anywherefin.co.za

DO YOU NEED HELP?

Is your house going to be repossessed? I will buy your home. And advance you money. ( Riyard on 083 420 8989

Moving and Storage 4 TON TRUCK avail for garden refuse and furniture removal. 076 124 4713 FURNITURE REMOVALS. Ph 078 6113 627. ''LET'S MOVE IT!" Glen : 079 079 2323

NEED MONEY!! Bl/listed. Call / send ID no to Ursula 071 833 9674

Staff Vacancies

TRADEWORKS ELECTRICAL SERVICE Registered & Qualified Pre­ Paid meters, CoC•s, Energy Saving, Plugs ,Lights ect. Cell: 083 493 6345 Email:tradeworks@telkomsa.net

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Houses for Sale PORTLANDS ­ R420 000

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Carpentry ALL CARPENTRY Hanging all doors, partitioning and ceilings, repair cupboards. and tiling. Ph Nico 021 392 6818/ 073 847 7831 BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738

2 Bedrm home, fully fittd kitchn Modern bathrm shower over bath Tan­ dem garage + carport Contact 072 310 7750

ROCKLANDS ­ R340 000 4 bedrms, fittd kitchn, lounge, bathr, facade garage. Fully enclosed.

SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

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Plumbers

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Swimming Pool Services CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 836 8208 POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021­ 705 8851

Contact 072 310 7750

TV/DVD/Video Services

BUDGET TV repairs coll & del, 18 Linaria cres, Silvertown Steven 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394. microwaves & ghd

– Blackheath, Kuilsriver – Brand new development – 2 & 3 Bedrooms Monthly – Security development bond from – Electrified fence only – ADT armed response R3,900 – Close to taxi and train – Close to Zevenwacht Mall – 20 Schools in area – From only R 445,000 – All costs included – Why rent if you can buy

www.greenfieldsvillage.co.za

Sales Office 021 823 7884 ANDLOU 100913.ai

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 299. Service call repair charge of R150. 083 288 2757

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Painting PAINTING & WATERPROOFING Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713

Tiling/Flooring ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713

BUSINESS

TILING + Lam. flrs. R40 p/m (084 978 9175

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Walls/Fencing THEO•S B\BARS GATES 20 years experience Vibracrete walls & Extention Automation, , bobwire & spikes, carports. on 021 691 0631 / 078 624 4761

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Glass/Windows

Glass suppliers, Aluminium Doors & Windows Supply & Fit ­ We beat any written quote. Contact ­ 0213972630 / 0726693599

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Business Opportunities

2013 KENAKO ­ IT'S TIME Sell tupperware full or part time. Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME ADMIN, Data entry clerks needed for application sms full name/address to 084 904 6873 or email: d.jobbuzz05@gmail.com

R20 000 – R5 MILLION PAY YOUR DEBT

HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL

WE DO WHAT BANKS & DEBT COLLECTORS CANNOT DO!! NO PROPERTY NEEDED. BLACKLISTED WELCOME.

AFFILIATED DC’S

terms & conditions apply

COMPLAINTS

ONE PAYMENT FOR ALL YOUR DEBT R 20 R 40 R100 R200

000 from R 500 pm 000 from R 900 pm 000 from R1 500 pm 000 from R2 800 pm T&C APPLY BLACKLISTED WELCOME CONTACT NOW Audrey : 079 395 4709 Shana : 073 775 2977 Charlotte : 072 828 9431 Erica : 074 626 4550 Natasha : 079 262 9034 OFFICE : 021 917 1938

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Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery

Electrical Repairs

A&G CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021­391 3483 OR 072 906 1796

AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 yrs exp. Ph Alwyn West 021 671 5786 or 082 705 8103.

021 790 4351

Tel 021 790 1156

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Hair/Beauty

RELIABLE, EXPERIENCED BARBER & YOUNG AND VIBRANT HAIRSTYLIST WITH GHD EXP. Required for salon in Symphony Way, Mitchell's Plain town centre.Jo­ anne 021­ 391 2116/073 12 0 8193 421

Teaching/Education 5 ,, 4 , HOTELS , BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS! .20 Receptionists/Office Admin .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .10 Data Capture .50 Cleaners/ Housekeepers visit us at : 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, Room 311, Cape Town, or CALL: 021 426 7615/ 021 424 5949 073 219 8380

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Sales/Marketing

Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to

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QUICKLY & CHEAPLY!!!

www.dmicreditlaw.co.za OFFICE HOURS MON - FRI 08:30 - 16:00

Sleep in domestic worker ­ Hout Bay

Justine Cosmetics

DEBT CONSOLIDATION

DMI: 021 906 8032 081 537 4973

FREE INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER COURSE Data Capture Typing Word Excel IT Int. Email CV. Pay 4/wbk. 021­683 8875 & Call Centre , Tele skill, Office Accounting At Kenilworth Centre Mall

preferably FAX details to

NEW HOUSES FOR SALE

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Holiday Accommodation Gordons Bay s/catering holiday accom. 6 & 8 sleeper frm R1000p/night 0795224309 www.weekendescape.co.za

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Repairs – Vehicles

ENGINE OVERALL, R1 800 Clutch overalls, R850. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. (021 376 6014/ 078 875 4394

General Vacancies

082 412 5505.

BEAUTY THERAPIST Qualified lady needed for busy salon M/PLAIN mall. To start immed Ph 083 270 7503 or email CV to: yolandeavroy@y ahoo.com EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIE S: Capacity is the leading temporary employment service agency and we have vacancies for matriculants who are interested in working in a fast moving environment.

Let us help you to achieve your earning potential! *No experience needed *Full training provided *No vehicle needed! We offer: *Basic Salary *Commission *Allowances For appointment Call Pam

021 465 7852

Terms & Conditions Apply

EST. 1997

TIMBER FRAME HOUSING ‘Nutec’ cement-wood grain finish • Water and wind resistant • Wall & roof insulation ‘Isoboard’ insulated ceiling Stable door & hardwood windows ASSISTANCE WITH FINANCE APPLICATIONS

From

R160

per week • No deposit • Black listed welcome!

CONTACT – GENINE: Cell: 076 172 0154 Fax: 086 293 6807

Email: geninew@astermarinus.co.za Show house at Sunnyacres Shopping Centre Kommetije Road, Noordhoek (Red Container opposite Tears bookshop)

POSITIONS: General Workers, Pickers, Packers, Drivers, Van Assistants, Hyster / Reach Truck Drivers, etc. The requirements are: * Must have matric * Clear criminal record * Be prepared to work shifts * Be prepared to work weekends Please send your CV, ID & Matric Certificate to: recruitmentc@ capacity.co.za / Fax: 086 539 3809 / 11 Dacres Ave, Epping. Tel: 021 535 1434

*SPRING SPECIAL* SINGLE STANDARD SECTIONAL OVERHEAD ALU-ZINC DOOR WITH AUTOMATION

SUP INS PLY & TAL L

R5

500

TERMS & CONDITIONS STANDARD COLOURS APPLY WHITE, CHARCOAL, BROWN SUBJECT TO SITE INSPECTION AND PRESENTATION OF ADVERT. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE QUOTE OR ON SITE INSPECTION.

021 931 7573 (office)/ 074 172 8029 (Jacques) E-MAIL: sales@drydendoors.co.za

AVON reps needed contact 021 696 5866/ 079 0538019

SALES / MARKETING SATISFIED WITH YOUR INCOME?

A M HOMES A DIVISION OF ASTER MARINUS CONSULTING

PROPERTY

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LOANS We come to u 021 558 6648 /082 957 3251

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REGISTERED ELECTRICIAN P/paid meters, plugs, lights etc. Ph Jody on 081 310 7542

ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713

115 Are u waiting on a

FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700

A.B.

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, SAND, STONE BEST PRICES CEMENT R75.00 Del.

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 10 September 2013 MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

STRANDFONTEIN / WAVECREST R699 000

WOODSTOCK Only R439 000

Negotiable Commision FREE MARKET VALUATIONS BUYING, SELLING & LETTING

Lovely 3 beds, built-in cupboards, en-suite, family bathroom, fitted kitchen, large tiled lounge & dining room leading to very large entertainment area with Braai, burglar bars, securty gates, large yard. Drive-thru Garaging for approx 5 cars. A Very Good Buy. LENTEGEUR (Close to Hospital) Only R349 000

2 beds, lounge. kitchen, bathroom.

EERSTERIVER (Close to Forest Rd) R379 000

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs. Riyard Abrahams 083 420 8989 riyard@aidaprospur.co.za

HEAD OFFICE WETTON 021 761 0707

URGENTLY

IN NEED OF PROPERTIES for my approved buyers in All AREAS including Ottery, Grassy Park, Wetton, Fairways, Kenwyn, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone.

Large 3 beds, en-suite, built-in-cupboards, family bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with eye-level oven & hob, lounge, carage for 2 cars +++ Yard fully enclosed and used for catering.What A BARGAIN.

Lovely 3 beds, en-suite, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, Garage Facade. Purchase price to be confirmed by seller.

Please call Mark Anthony Today 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160 MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160 SCHAAPKRAAL (3 Houses on Small holding) R2 750 000

4140m2 Plot. Main House approx.300m2.Lovely 4 large beds + Dressing room,2 full bathrooms,2 lounges(Jetmaster) + dining room, large fully fitted kitchen, approx 120m2 Entertainment room(With indoor Braai). Second House: 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, shower + toilet. Third House:1 bed, large open plan lounge.4 Truck Garages with 3 phase electricity,2 Truck Carports,1Truck Spraybooth,2 Shadecloth Carports. Lots of Ground.+++ 9.5 x 5 metre Pool. Many Extras. What a Good Buy.

COLORADO R949 000

(2 Large Double Storeys + Pool)

Close To Mosque. Main House: 4 Bedrooms, bics, ensuite, spacious lounge & dining room, beautifully fully fitted kitchen, downstairs shower & toilet. Second House: Upstairs: 3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, bathroom.Downstairs: 1 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Enlcosed, Carport, Garage +++ Sparkling Pool.

WESTRIDGE (Close to Swimming baths) R399 000

Large 3 beds, lounge & dining room, large fitted kitchen, separate bath and toilet, Spacious garage for approx 4 cars.

BONTEHEUWEL R350 000

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, shower & toilet, double carport, enclose +++ Very Large grounds. Approx 400m².

MITCHELL’S PLAIN OFFICE 021 391 2200

OUR SERVICES INCLUDES 1. We do Bonds and are contracted to all the Major Banks 2. We stop auctions as well as buy Distress Properties 3. Free Beetle, Electrical & Plumbing Inspections 4. We offer Bridging Finance to our Sellers 5. Free Will’s drawn up, Ordinary as well as Shariah Complaint 6. Winding up of Estates 7. Assisting in appointing an executor if a beloved partner or family member has deceased 8. Free Property related Advice

CLAREMONT OFFICE 021 671 0512

EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD EACH FRANCHISE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

Everything we touch turns to SOLD Over 50 Years of Real Estate Excellence

WETTON 021 761 0707

FISHERHAVEN (Close To Hermanus) Only R499 000

Prime Area.1338m2 Level and Serviced Plot. A Real Bargain!

MONTAGUES GIFT / LOTUS RIVER only R499 000

What A Bargain. Lovely 3 beds. built-in cupboards, lounge with fireplace, fitted kitchen, shower & separate toilet, burglar bars & security gates, large yard +++ Garage.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160

RONDEBOSCH EAST: R2 500.000 D/s, 5Beds(4xB), 2xLnge, 2xDrm, Sunrm, Pool, F/place, 2xFFK, 2xJacuzzi, 2xT/Garage. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

LANSDOWNE: R1 295.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FFK, Mes, G/Flat, MQ, Pool, Garage, 446m, Walk in Closet. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

MONTAGUS GIFT: R675.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, Entertainment area, Braai, Garage, Encl, A/roof, 548m. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

WYNBERG: R729.000excl Semi, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, FFK, Mes Good Rental Income Potential MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

OTTERY: R320.000xcl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, P/Bay, Tiled roof, Encl. SUBI 082 336 7639

FAIRWAYS: R1 295.000excl Dream home, Just move in, Plot 595m, 3Beds(B), D/Garage, Mes, Ent. Area. KEITH 084 888 2526

SILVERTOWN: R680.000excl Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, FFK (Defy), Mes, TVrm, Carport, Encl, 276m. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

BOKMAKIERIE: R480.000excl Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Encl, Carport, P(3xCars), B/Bars. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

BELTHORNE ESTATE: R1 200.000excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Garage, S/Ent, 510m, Ent.Area, Braai, Fireplace. NORMAN 083 772 8912

RETREAT: R650.000excl D/s, 3Beds, Lnge cm Drm, F/Bath, Mes FFK(Defy), Laundry, Encl, Glass brick. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

ZEEKOEVLEI: R1, 190.000excl F/s, 4Beds, 2xLnge, 2xDrm, 2xOPFK, 2xF/Bath, D/Garage, Encl, 858m, G/Flat. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

WYNBERG: R699.999excl Flat, 3Beds(Bics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

PLUMSTEAD: R1, 190.000excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, Fireplace, FK, MQ, Garage, Encl, 496m, B/Bars. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

GRASSY PARK: R199.999excl Flat, 2Beds, Passage, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Tiled roof, 55m, S/Gates FRANK 082 827 8421

THORNTON: R500.000excl Flat, 2Beds(Bics), Lounge, FK, F/Bath, P/Bay, B/Bars, S/Gates, Encl. SUBI 082 336 7639

GRASSY PARK: R750.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, S/toilet, Bath, Carport (6xCars), Braai, Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

SURREY ESTATE: R750.000excl Face brick Semi, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Neat & Well looked after. SHIREEN 073 773 5723

KENWYN: R980.000excl NEWFIELDS VILLAGE: R399.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, Mes, FFK, Mais, 3Beds, Ent.Hall, Lounge, D/room, Garage, Carport, 328m, S/Gates, D/Lights F/Bath, FFK, Garage, Carport, Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027 FRANK 082 827 8421 PENLYN ESTATE: R1 095.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Ent.Hall, Lnge, FK, Garage, E/Garden, Tiled roof, Encl, Plot 535m FRANK 082 827 8421

PINATI ESTATE: R799.999excl PRIMROSE PARK: R860.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Drm, FFK, F/s, 3Beds (2xB), Lnge, Drm, Kitchen, Laundry, G/Flat, Garage, Encl, Fireplace Laundry, Garage, P(5xCars), 556m, Encl. ANTHONY 079 018 7866 YUSUF 082 783 2160

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs mark.brickles@remax.net

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

Strandfontein R589 000

Parow Only R859 000

MOUNTVIEW: R980.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, Drm, Mes, Kitchen, M/Q, Garage, Tiled roof, Encl, 585m. FRANK 082 827 8421

Ultra Select

New Lentegeur R420 000

FFC No. 2013102992

Every AgentWill PromiseTo SellYour Home …We GUARANTEE it

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SACS come up short LIAM MOSES

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ygerberg High School thrashed SACS to claim the 45th annual Villager Schools Sevens title at Brookeside on Friday evening. The Villager Sevens sees schools from across Cape Town compete annually. Nearly 30 teams from the city’s top rugby schools entered this year. Tygerberg looked like championship material from the start of the tournament and kicked off their seemingly inevitable march to the final with a 64-0 thrashing of the American International School. The heavy victories continued and the defending champions went on to beat Bergvliet A 46-5 in the second round, the Western Cape Sports School 24-0 in the quarter-finals and ease past Bishops 21-7 in the semis. SACS were not as dominant in the opening rounds and their opening match against JAG Malibu finished in a relatively conservative 19-0 win. They went on to beat Plumstead 52-0 in the second round, edge past Fish Hoek 19-5 in a tough quarter-final and narrowly beat local rivals Rondebosch 24-20 in the semis. The final seemed set to be a battle of attrition, with one of the sides claiming a narrow victory. But in the end Tygerberg ran riot, scoring seven tries to their opponents two, to win 37-14 and claim their second consecutive tournament title. TJ Goddard and Francois Esterhuyzen both claimed two tries for the northern suburbs school, while Wynand Maclachlan, Ivan Kunz and Mike Hale got one try each. SACS responded with tries from Brad Smith and Devon Barnard. Meanwhile, Wynberg Boys’ High School won the plate section of the tournament, scoring a try in sudden extra-time to beat the Tygerberg B team after regular time finished in a draw.

HOT STEPPER: Tygerberg High School’s TJ Goddard steps past two SACS players during the final of the Villager School Sevens tournament at Brookside on Friday. Tygerberg won 37­14. PHOTO: MATTHEW WITHERS

Tokai driver wins at the Nurburgring LISA SHARLAND

CHAMPIONS: Violets RFC players Omar Salie (left) and Iemeraan Sadien (centre) receive the WP Club Rugby Division One trophy from the Western Province Rugby Football Union’s Moeneeb Levy. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

DOWN TO EARTH: Silverleaf RFC’s Grant Fisher (left) is tackled by Violets player Abubakar Osman during a WP Club Rugby Division One match in Lansdowne on Satur­ day. Violets won 34­19 to claim the league. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

Winning at Germany’s Nurburgring race track is every racer’s dream. It’s the absolute proving ground for those who think they have the goods. Boys become men in just one lap of the gruelling 21km stretch of tarmac that pushes man and machine to their limits. It’s no wonder all the major car manufacturers use this track to test and develop their cars. In pursuit of his automotive dreams, Antony Ashley moved from Tokai to Germa- CHEQUERED FLAG: Antony Ashley and co­driver Mark Griffith ny to live at the Nurburgring celebrate after winning their first race at the Nurburgring, two years ago. Passionate Germany’s most famous race track. PHOTO: SUPPLIED about anything with wheels It’s a place steeped in history, where legsince a boy, Ashley has made this his life’s ambition – submerging himself in all things ends were made with race wins that are now etched in history books. cars. Sir Jackie Steward nicknamed it the His previous business in Cape Town rented high-end luxury cars to high-profile cli- “Green Hell”, after a terrifying Formula One race win. Niki Lauda crashed so severely he ents. “It was a fantastic period of my life, I burnt half his face off – F1 racing at the track learned a lot about business whilst pursuing was stopped in 1976 as a result. Since then though, it’s been business as my passion. After 6 successful years with many industry firsts it was time for a change usual for the VLN Series where the best racers in the world still drive at insane speeds, - a new challenge”, says Antony. This is when Ashley decided to head to the lap after lap. On Tuesday 24 August, in the sixth round Mecca of motorsport, the Nurburgring. “It felt like home straight away. In a of the 2013 VLN Championship, Ashley strange way, I wished I had arrived sooner. joined an exclusive group of racers who I work for a rental company – as a bonus, have conquered the mighty Nurburgring. “It was real tough race. We started off with I race for the company. At the Ring you meet so many big personalities, who have a real electrical problems and were dead last out of 211 after the first lap. The problems were story to tell in racing,” he says. The VLN Race Series is specific to the Nur- solved and we hit the road again hard,” he burgring. It runs on the Grand Prix track says. “We were soon lying first in the class, but and the Nordschleife (Northern Loop) layout culminating a 24km lap – the equivalent as is common with the Eifel region, the heavens opened. We drove carefully as the other to 10 laps of most circuits. In Germany, motorsport fans can be lik- race cars crashed and crashed. Only 130 cars ened to football fanatics. They arrive in their (eventually) finished the race it was absotens of thousands to crowd around a winding lute carnage! Seeing the chequered flag was ribbon of tarmac carved through the Eifel a welcome relief and then it sank in – I just won at the Nurburgring.” Mountains.


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Shot in the arm for Mitchell’s Plain youth rugby LIAM MOSES

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ugby development in Mitchell’s Plain received a major boost when six players from the area were selected for the Western Province side to play in the inaugural Iqhawe Week under-15 tournament last week. The tournament was founded by the South African Rugby Legends Association and sees players from developing rugby schools selected to represent their province. The SA Rugby Legends Association also founded the Vuka League, which sees these same developing schools participate in regional leagues each week. Ismail Teladia, Vuka trustee and Vuka League founder, says the league and Iqhawe Week tournaments could soon result in Mitchell’s Plain players being selected for Craven Week teams. “This is a milestone as far as development rugby is concerned in Mitchell’s Plain. We have 18 (high) schools in Mitchell’s Plain and if we get all those schools to play rugby weekly, this could be another gold mine for SA rugby,” he says. “That is the platform we have worked on. We would like to see these boys going on to the next level. There is an opportunity for us to work with them so that they can hopefully make the Craven Week team in a year or two.” Before the Vuka League was formed in 2008, just three of the 18 high schools in Mitchell’s Plain played rugby. All have now

CALLED UP: Six player from Mitchell’s Plain have been called up to the WP under­15 team for the inaugural Iqhawe Week tournament. At the back, from left, are Ismail Teladia (SA Rugby Legends Association), Thabiet Jacobs, Hoosain Isaacs, Uzayr Isaacs (all Spine Road High), Peter Brockman (team manager and principal of Strandfontein High) and Dale Sandton (SA Rugby Legends Associa­ tion). In front, from left, are Ziyaad Adams (Portlands High), Abdul Rinquest and Suhail Williams (both Spine Road). PHOTO: LIAM MOSES joined the league. Only one of the players selected to the WP Iqhawe side does not play for a Vuka League team. The squad will be able to test themselves against seven other

SA provincial sides – Boland, South Western Districts, Eastern Province, Border, KwaZulu Natal, the Lions and Griquas. Former Mitchell’s Plain resident and

Springbok Dale Sandton, current rugby coordinator for Africa at the SA Rugby Legends Association, says the tournament is about more than just developing skilful rugby players. “This is a great opportunity for these boys. They’ve (received) full WP colours and still have their (entire) careers in front of them,” he says. “We are trying to create role models in our society. When they put on those jerseys you can see the pride on their faces.” The Iqhawe Week will take place at City Park in Athlone from Sunday 22 to Thursday 26 September. V Western Province under­15 Iqhawe Week team:Dillon Kaalmeyer, Rowan Bowers, Taufiq Hen­ dricks (Elsies River High), Bradley Visser (Robinvale High), Khanyiso Boyce (Zimasa High), Moegamat Van der Berg (Mountview High), Mushe Sambo (Langa High), Sohail Williams, Thabiet Jacobs, Uzayr Isacs Ab­ dul Rinquest (Spine Road High), Laaiq Felton (Alexan­ der Sinton), Anay Klaaste (Florida High), Diego Storm (Robinvale High), Gaidien Abdul (Darul Islam), Wen­ dall Adams (Ravensmead High), Bradley de Jongh, Zandre Adams (Mamre High), Bradwin Johnson, Da­ mon Linville (Proteus High), Rivaldo Harris (Scottsdene High), Abdul Vermuelen (Lentegeur), De­ flandre de Lange (Cravenby High), Anthony Phillips (Atlantis High) and Ziyaad Adams (Portlands High). Manager: Armien Brink (Collegians RFC), head coach: Reginald Nutt (Elsiesriver High School), assistant manager: Peter Brockman (Strandfontein High School) and assistant coach: Clive Daniels (Bellville South High School).

RAISE THE ROOF: Members of the Wavecrest Gymnastics Club prac­ tice a rou­ tine; 17 members of the club have been selected for the West­ ern Prov­ ince squad. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

Flexible youths to represent WP LIAM MOSES After years of hard work a group of young Mitchell’s Plain gymnasts have been rewarded with call ups to the Western Province team. A total of 17 gymnasts from the Wavecrest Gymnastics Club in Rocklands have been selected to represent Province at the South African Gym Games in Gauteng. However, despite their selection, many of the 17 may not be able to attend the tournament due to financial reasons. The gymnasts need to cover the costs. Sabina Swartz, club founder and coach, appealed to the public for assistance in getting her young charges to Kempton Park. “We keeping them away from crime and off the streets; that is the way people should look at it. I’m not just doing this for Wavecrest Primary or Rocklands, I am doing this for the whole of Mitchell’s Plain. I really need people to help us make these children’s dreams come true,” she says. “I don’t think it’s possible for us to go to Pretoria without donations. Although we are hosting fundraisers, the money is coming in very slowly.” The club was founded in 2011 and currently has around 30 members – both boys and girls between the ages of five and 14. Most of the club’s members attend Wavecrest Primary, where the club is

based, but many also attend other nearby schools such as Harvester Primary, Glendale Primary, Cedar Primary and Eisleben Primary. Wavecrest Primary Grade 5 pupil Khanyisile Kotsi, one of the 17 club members called-up, started doing gymnastics only two years ago. “I like doing rhythmic gymnastics, where you use the apparatus and dance with music. I’m better at that than at the other forms of the sport,” she says “I was very happy after I was selected for WP, because it was my first time. I was very surprised as I didn’t think I would make it.” The club doesn’t have beam or high bar equipment so its members currently train in eight of the nine disciplines of gymnastics. Swartz says the call-ups are the result of hours training. “We practice from Monday to Saturday – for about three hours each day,” she says. “Last year we had two girls in the squad. I feel over the moon with the 17 representatives this year. Most of my girls come from single-parent households or live with their grannies. “We worked very hard; they don’t care until what time we practice. They really love being here.” Anyone interested in assisting the club with transport, accommodation or equipment or donations can phone Swartz on 084 601 6253 or (021) 391 3383.

WINNING TEAM: Jean Marc Ithier Academy have progressed to the semi­finals of the under­17 Coca­Co­ la Cup after beating Woodlands United in the quarter­finals on Sunday. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

JMI through to Coke Cup semis

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Pinelands club Jean Marc Ithier Academy progressed to the semi-finals of the under-17 Coca-Cola Cup after beating Woodlands United on Sunday. While JMI dominated possession and territory, Woodlands still had the better chances in the game. However, the Mitchell’s Plain side failed to make their opportunities count and JMI struck twice to win the match 2-0. JMI coach Batandwa Ntsebeza was disappointed with his sides’ performance, despite the comfortable margin of victory. “It wasn’t one of our best performances, (if you) compare (it) to what they are capable of (achieving). They can outplay most teams, but today was just a typical knockout match where you just have to win ugly,” he said. “Hopefully we can (play) some nice soccer in the next round.” The opening exchanges of the match were frantic and disjointed as JMI attempted to settle into their possession game and Woodlands launched direct counter-attacks at every opportunity. The first shot on target came in the 15th minute, when JMI goalkeeper Phakamani Mbendeni palmed away a Tyrone Kock freekick. Woodlands threatened from another set-piece five minutes later, with Rushwen Prins heading just wide of goal from a corner. JMI eventually broke the deadlock in the 25th minute, when Woodlands keeper Way-

line Andrews pushed a header from diminutive forward Kiran James into the path of Jason Ronnie, and the striker bundled the ball into the net. Ronnie’s first goal may not have been one to remember, but he doubled his tally and his team’s in style five minutes into the second half. The pacy forward beat three defenders cutting into the box from the right flank, before firing past a helpless Andrews. The goal seemed to spur Woodlands on and, although they struggled to unlock the JMI defence in open play, they created numerous chances from set-pieces. Nazeer Staubaum wasted two opportunities in five minutes, shooting wide after the ball fell to him in the box in both the 16th and 21st minute. Woodlands best chance came around the 26th minute, when Keenan Weppenaar headed a corner against the crossbar and Casey Watson’s follow up header was cleared off the line. Ntsebeza says JMI will need to improve their organisation if they are to play to their potential in the next game. “We base our game on organisation; it’s our strength. We must have organisation in our next game – then we will be able to better express ourselves. If we are not organised we put ourselves under pressure.” In the other semi-finals, United FC beat Kalksteenfontein 2-0, Ajax Cape Town beat Vasco da Gama 3-0 and Jamestown United beat Durbanville 5-3.


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TANGLED: Milano United’s Duncan Adonis (left) wrestles Hanover Park FC’s Roesdien Smith for possession during a Coke Cup quarter­final match on Sunday. Milano won on penalties after the game finished tied at 1­1. PHOTOS: RASHIED ISAACS

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HEAD TO HEAD: Milano United’s Dylan Lakay (left) and Hanover Park FC’s Marlow Goodman jump to win a header during a Coca­Cola Cup quarter­final on Sunday.

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oca-Cola Cup defending champions Hanover Park crashed out of the tournament after losing to Milano United in the quarter-finals on Sunday. Both sides showed attacking intent from the kick-off, but Milano settled first and kept their opponents on the back foot for the entire first half. The Grassy Park side were patient on attack and more comfortable in possession, while Hanover Park were inaccurate with their passing and easily surrendered possession.

Milano had the first real scoring chance in the 26th minute, when striker Abbas Brenner headed just wide at a corner. The young Milano side clearly had much more pace in their ranks than the defending champions, and did well to exploit this weakness out wide. Hanover Park failed to read the warning signs and Milano opened the scoring just five minutes later, when Monray van Niekerk’s shot was blocked by Hanover Park goalkeeper Wesley Seconds and Brenner pounced on the loose ball with the keeper stranded. Milano almost doubled the lead in the fol-

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