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As part of the Ei­ dul Fitr celebra­ tions, over 70 000 under­ privileged resi­ dents from across the Moth­ er City were fed by Nakhlistan. Preparations started on Thurs­ day in Rylands where 155 pots of food were cooked, 2 500 Fi­ tra parcels were made and 200 Fi­ tra envelopes were distributed. Nakhlistan wish­ es to thank all businesses, do­ nors, sponsors and the commu­ nity for heeding their call during the month of Ra­ madaan. To con­ tinue supporting the organisation, phone 021 633 4016 or 083 231 9279. PHOTO: LULAMA ZEN­ ZILE/PHOTO24

RIEMVASMAAK: ACTIVIST DEMANDS ANSWERS ABOUT CITY’S TOILET PROJECT

Settlement’s flushing fury ASTRID FEBRUARIE

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ll I get are arrogant responses.” There is a storm brewing in Riemvasmaak informal settlement and resident Eric Balebanye is leading the charge. The community activist is fed-up with ward councillor Shaun August, as he has been desperately trying to get more conclusive answers about when all 270 flushing toilets will be properly installed by the City of Cape Town. “I have many questions that needed to be answered about this project. We never get any feedback about the project. I have tried

on numerous occasions to get in touch with the people who are running the project, but all I get are arrogant responses,” Balebanye seethes. “All we want is someone to report back to us on the progress of the project. They have neglected their duty and responsibility of protecting the interests of this community.” Councillor August was quick to respond to Balebanye’s rant, stating: “In Riemvasmaak, the contractor is in the process of installing 270 full flush toilets and this project is worth R2.5m. This is the delivery that the City is giving to its residents ensuring that we are a Caring City.” August says that on Mandela Day they

have handed over a few functional toilets to Riemvasmaak residents. However, Balebanye says he won’t be easily brushed off. “He should take our concerns seriously and address them accordingly. The City claims to be transparent, but they are not. If my concerns are not addressed I will definitely approach the office of the Public Protector,” Balebanye says. More families are now moving to the Riemvasmaak informal settlement and this, according to August, requires yet another assessment by the City in order to install more flushing toilets. Balebanye says: “During the public meeting that was held before the project started

we were told that 300 toilets would be installed. This is not what we have been promised. Where are the rest of the toilet facilities?” Ernest Sonnenberg, the City’s Mayoral Committee member for Utility Services, says: “Neither my office nor the project manager has received any complaints regarding the (ward) councillor. “The department reports that he was very supportive from the initial stage of the project.” Sonnenberg adds that part of the project was completed in the previous financial year and is still ongoing. “The project will be completed at the end of (this month),” he says.


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EMERGENCY NUMBER: CALLERS FEEL THEY ARE LEFT HANGING

‘No answer at 10111’ NADINE MOODIE

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hen faced with an emergency, the first thing you need is help. But when that help is a phonecall away and no one is answering, you could feel like you’re left hanging. A businessman says he’s called the 10111 emergency number on numerous occasions and had terrible experiences. “I witnessed a robbery where people were stabbing each other,” says the man, who does not want to be named. “It was a heated

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situation and people were getting hurt. I called the emergency number and there was no answer. I was frustrated and afraid, so I called again and reported the matter, but the police never pitched.” He says he no longer calls the police and instead drives to a police station to report crime. Language also became an issue. A previous time when he tried reporting an incident to 10111, “the call centre operator asked me to refrain from speaking Afrikaans because he couldn’t understand me”. He believes some 10111 operators don’t have a good command of languages spoken by the people whom they’re serving. An elderly woman, who does not want to be named, says she calls 10111 at least three times a week to report crimes , but very seldom gets a response from the police. “It’s very frustrating when police encourage residents to report crimes and promise to come to your assistance, but never pitch when you call,” she says. “I tried to report a case where a young girl was being raped by her grandfather, but no one answered the phone at the police station. I called (suspended chairperson of the provincial Community Police Forum) Hanif Loonat, who went to the police station to report the crime. “The rapist is now behind bars because we managed to go to the police to report the crime. What happens in cases where people can’t go to the police?”

The feisty woman says she sometimes takes the law into her own hands and personally removes drug peddlers from her street. Other residents walk to the police station to report crimes because their calls are not answered. “The service is appalling. During Ramadaan I called to report an incident and the call centre agent put the phone down in my ear because she could not understand English. Another time my call was transferred to an answering machine saying they’re ‘not available at the moment’,” she recalls. “I’m a pensioner and spend money buying airtime to call and they don’t pitch.” Heideveld Community Neighbourhood Watch chairperson Mugidien Barnes says the service is at its worst over weekends. “I’ve tried reporting shootings and domestic violence cases over weekends and no one answers the phone,” he says. Loonat, who is suspended for criticising the Athlone Police Station, says he’s received countless complaints from people saying they can’t get through at weekends. He says government should upgrade the system so callers can select a language preference. Loonat says he’s relayed complaints to deputy provincial police commissioner General Sharon Japhta about the “inefficient and ineffective emergency number”. He says some people who called the number were reporting shootings and do-

mestic violence. “I’ve received 30 complaints in the last three months. I also tried calling the number and no one answered.” It’s better for people to call 10111 because the system automatically logs the call and records the conversation, so then no one can deny facts of the conversation, he says. Technological aspects need to improve and well-trained operators need to be employed, Loonat adds. “We should not be playing with people’s lives. Money should be spent on this service, even though it’s costly, because our people’s lives cannot be in danger.” Provincial police spokesperson FC van Wyk says 10111 is a medium to receive complaints, which are “registered and dispatched to the local police station or complaint vehicle responsible to attend to the complaint. It is the station commander’s responsibility to attend to the complaint within their policing area”. He says there are delays at busy times, like weekends and month-end. “All calls should be answered within two seconds. About 63% of all calls are nuisance and information calls.”

Life, love, lies and laughter A stripper, sex worker and grande horizontal. Bambi Kellerman comes to the Fugard Theatre in District Six in her raunchy cabaret show, 50 Shades of Bambi. The younger sister of Evita Bezuidenhout will take the audience on a journey of her teenage confusion, youthful experimentation, middle-aged compromise and twilightyear common sense of life, love, laughter and lies. Bambi will entertain and educate the audience on relationships, trust, happiness, hope, love and fidelity with the aid of musical director and pianist Godfrey Johnson. The show, which naturally stars Pieter-

Dirk Uys, is recommended to anyone who believes in freedom of expression and the right to choose what is best for them when the lights are low. The show has an age restriction of 12. It runs at the Fugard Theatre until Saturday 24 August. Performances on Wednesdays and Thursdays start at 20:00, while shows on Fridays and Saturdays commence at 19:00 and 21:00. Tickets, at R150, can be bought via Computicket or the Fugard box office on (021) 461 4554. People’s Post is giving away three double tickets to the show on Friday 16 August. To enter, visit www.peoplespost.co.za.

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PHILLIPI: FARMERS OPPOSE URBAN CREEP

Arable land under threat

CONSTRUCTION SITE: A farm worker walks next to the farm in the Phillipi Horticultural Area where a housing development could soon be built. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

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group of activists is set to approach provincial minister of environmental affairs and development Anton Bredell as it aims to stop a housing development in the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA). The City of Cape Town voted to redraw the urban edge of the PHA and allow a developer to build housing the in the area on Wednesday 31 July, after the Mayoral Committee voted to propose this to the council on Tuesday 16 July. However, the final decision still rests with Bredell. The Schaapkraal Developing Farmers Association (SDFA) fears that allowing the development could lead to a snowball effect that sees the area’s farms bought up one by one, to the detriment of food security and emerging farmers’ need for land. Nazeer Sonday, organisation’s secretary, says it hopes to convince the provincial government not to sign off on the development. “Now we are going to be targeting Anton Bredell and Helen Zille to prevent them from signing it. We have to call a meeting with them. Everything happens with pressure so we have to find ways to pressure on them now,” he says. “We have a vast campaign going. We collected more 2500 signatures in 24 hours on a petition. “It’s standing at over 3 000 signatures now. We have to focus on getting new people involved now.” A recent study (Philippi Horticultural Area – A City Asset or Potential Development

Node?) found that farmers in the PHA have increased production in recent years and grow around 1 00 000 tonnes of fresh produce each year. It also found that the PHA plays a major role in food security in adjacent areas through supplying small retailers and hawkers, and the estimated 2000 tonnes of produce given away to farm workers each year. Sonday says PHA farmers can supply fresh produce to the Cape Flats at a lower cost than farmers further away from Cape Town. Councillor Gareth Bloor, Mayoral Committee member for economic, environmental and spatial planning, defended the City’s decision. “The city has grown by 30 percent as we saw in the last census and there is an incredible need for housing,” he says. “Food security is a top priority and we assessed the current land use of Philippi and found that 100 hectares are required to maintain the current agricultural output. There will be just under 2 000 hectares left after this development.” “A lot of the produce doesn’t go to low-income households, it goes to high end retailers.” The SDFA recently drew up a Vision Plan for the PHA which highlighted areas which could be used for housing and the prime farming land. The farm earmarked for the development is on the outskirts of the PHA, and borders Strandfontein Road, but is prime farming land according to the organisation.

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After the implementation of a new liquor bylaw in April, the City of Cape Town is set to reconsider trading hours of liquor outlets. Over 90% of respondents in the first round of public hearings requested that trading hours be extended and that outlets be allowed to operate on Sundays. Currently, the bylaw allows licensed traders to sell liquor for off-site consumption between 09:00 and 18:00 from Monday to Saturday. Liquor may not be sold for off-site consumption on a Sunday. This excludes wineries, which can trade from their tasting rooms. V What are your thoughts on the liquor bylaw? Start­ ing with the word “Post” SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

NOXY BENTE is against liquor trading on Sundays. “It is a religious day and many people do not be­ lieve drinking on a Sunday is right. On the other hand, restaurants open on a Sunday and serve alcohol so people are still able to drink. Why not just extend the operating hours during the week?” she asks.

MARISKA DE JONGH is often inconvenienced by the early closing hours of the current bylaw. “18:00 is early. What if you need to buy beer for a braai, but you only leave work at 17:00? By the time you get to the bottle store it is packed. The trading hours don’t need to be extended to Sun­ days, though. You can shop on a Saturday.”

JANSE insists the contentious liquor by­ REMONA JANSE law should not approve liquor outlets operating on a Sunday. “I don't even like being around peo­ ple who drink, especially mothers with young chil­ dren. I believe Sunday is a holy day and people should not be allowed to buy alcohol on a reli­ gious day.”

ABRAHAM MULLER doesn’t see liquor outlets ABRAHAM trading on a Sunday as a problem. “People just want to chill with a glass of wine or two – there’s nothing wrong with that. Just act responsibly whenever you drink, no matter what the day.”

PATRICK BENTE says liquor outlets, like any other business, need to make money. “Allowing these stores to operate on a Sunday could possibly cre­ ate more jobs. Extending the hours could allow staff to earn a little bit more as well.”

ALEX T TABELA ABELA says he fully supports an increase in trading hours. “They must extend the hours. I work until very late at night and can’t always buy liquor. I don’t work on Sunday, so I can go to the shop.”

RUDOLPH LO LOUW UW says this bylaw has been tried and failed in the US. “It just entices people to buy more beforehand, which fuels alcohol abuse. Ille­ gal enterprises will also just spring up to supply consumers after hours.”

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Saturday 17 August V Ottery: The Aiden Rose Centre, a special needs centre for children, will host a Women’s Day function at the NG Church hall in Serissa Road from 12:00. The theme is “P” for party. Dress code is anything that starts with the letter P. Tickets are R100. Lucky draw and finger lunch will be served. Phone Rozanne on 082 567 6571 or (021) 715 4811 or Frances on 073 654 7193. V Wynberg: Education NGO Saili is offering a workshop for Grade 11 pupils wondering: “Where to from here?” The event takes place from 10:00 to 16:00. The course costs R600 and includes a workbook to take home and lunch. For bookings or more information phone (021) 763 7163 or email kathsai­ li@gmail.com. Sunday 18 August V Bergvliet: The Bergvliet Methodist Church invites you to join the all­age worship service

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Sunday 1 September V Heathfield: Heathfield High School, in partnership with Two Oceans Marathon Association, will host a fun run at the school. The 5.6km run will start at 08:00 and the 2.1km will start at 08:30. The event is open to the whole family. There will be entertain­ ment and stalls. The theme is spring/family day. Call Wesley Neumann on 084 725 6672. Thursday 12 and Friday 13 September V Retreat: Prince George Primary School will present Kinders van die Ses at the Retreat

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FBNR: APPLICATION SUBMITTED

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n application process is currently underway for a section of the False Bay Ecology Park (FBEP) to become a Ramsar site. If approved, this means the site will be of special significance as a waterfowl habitat according to the Convention of Wetlands of International Significance, more commonly known as the Ramsar Convention. The Ramsar Convention is an intergovernmental treaty which provides a framework for national action and international cooperation for the conservation and wise use of wetlands and resources. The treaty was signed in the Iranian city of Ramsar in 1971. The City of Cape Town is currently applying to the National Department of Environmental Affairs for this status. Councillor Garreth Bloor, Mayoral Committee member for Economic, Environmental and Spatial Planning, says the boundaries of the area in question coincide with the boundaries of the False Bay Nature Reserve, but does not include the Sandwolf coastal section. Bloor says, given the influence of the global Ramsar brand, approval of this site could strengthen the City’s hand in bidding for significantly large events. “A fully-accredited Ramsar site, together with two world heritage sites, two UNESCO-accredited biosphere reserves and a national park, would make the City of Cape Town an even more formidable opponent in bidding for such events, with benefits to the City’s and Province’s economy.” He adds Ramsar status could also improve the development of a local green econ-

omy and improve tourism. “Ramsar status will promote, and can enhance, the City’s ability to manage its biodiversity and ecosystems, thus promoting recreational, social and economic opportunities which derive from Cape Town’s natural assets.” There are currently 2 123 Ramsar sites worldwide, 21 of which are in South Africa. Five are located in the Western Cape. Bloor explains the proposal to seek Ramsar status for FBEP was initiated by the FBEP steering committee a number of years ago, but that it is a lengthy process due to protocol. He says sites applying for Ramsar status are required to meet only one of the nine criteria set out by the treaty. The FBNR currently meets six. “The boundaries of the site also coincide with the revised boundaries of the False Bay Park Important Bird Area. This area was originally defined in 1998 and is part of a programme by BirdLife International which identifies conservation priorities based on the occurrence of key bird species that are vulnerable to global extinction or whose populations are otherwise irreplaceable.” Bloor says, apart from increased tourism and economic development, other benefits of Ramsar status for the FBNR include increased local awareness and pride; increased funding opportunities for wetland protection and increased interest in scientific studies. More than 85 000 gate entries have been recorded at the FBNR and Ramsar status will boost avitourism, which is a niche market that the False Bay Nature Reserve falls under.

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GROOTE SCHUUR HOSPITAL: WOMAN DEMANDS INVESTIGATION INTO STILLBORN BABY’S DEATH

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first-time mother is demanding answers and is questioning the actions of Groote Schuur Hospital staff after giving birth to a stillborn baby girl. A week before the expected date of delivery, Nikita Kleinsmith (21) experienced mild contractions on Thursday 27 June. A heart condition makes her a high-risk patient and she attended Groote Schuur Hospital’s Maternity Obstetrics Unit. After noticing a substance on her underwear, she phoned the hospital and was advised to go in immediately, she recalls. “I was examined by the doctor on night duty and was sent home at 09:00 the next day even though I was still in pain,” she says. Later that day she experienced severe contractions. “The following morning I started bleeding and experienced contractions which were five minutes apart.” She was taken to hospital by ambulance. “When we arrived at hospital I was admitted to the maternity ward where I was hooked up to machines which monitored the baby’s heart rate. A student nurse came into the room and I told her I needed the toilet. “Even though she checked the results on the machine which confirmed the baby’s

heart rate was dropping, she still removed the heart monitor band from my stomach and allowed me to go,” she says. “I am a high-risk patient because I have a heart condition, so shouldn’t more care have gone into ensuring my baby’s safety? Don’t hospitals have bed pans for patients with my condition?” She says when she returned from the toilet a doctor asked her if she took herself off the heart machine. “I informed the doctor that a student nurse took me off the machine and allowed me to go to the toilet.” Kleinsmith claims the doctor left the room and called another nurse who attached a urinal bag to her and took her for a scan. “The doctors then decided to do an emergency Caesarean section when they realised the baby’s heart rate was dropping. I was prepped for surgery and before I went into theatre they called my heart doctor to do the operation, but he was not available at the time.” She says they did another scan and told her the baby had died. “He added that if they performed the operation they would’ve put my life in danger. Shouldn’t I have been given that choice to make?” Kleinsmith says she experienced contrac-

tions and “had to give birth [to baby Zoe] as if she was still alive”. “My mother spoke to the doctor who told her the umbilical chord came loose from the afterbirth and that the baby died of a lack of oxygen. But when Zoe was born she was still attached to the umbilical chord and the afterbirth.” Kleinsmith says the hospital wanted to do an autopsy, but she refused and said they could “use the afterbirth instead, because that is where they believed the problem stemmed from”. “I was told if Zoe had survived she would’ve been brain dead.” Six weeks later Kleinsmith still has no answers. “It’s been more than a month since her passing and I’ve still not been informed about the cause of death.” She says she wants feedback as she is unable to come to terms with the death of her baby. Mark van der Heever, the provincial health department’s deputy director of communications, says the department is unaware of the patient’s experience. “This is the first time the department is hearing about this case,” he says. No formal complaint has been made to Groote Schuur Hospital, Van der Heever continues.

“Once the department receives the complaint it is usually acknowledged in five days and the patient is provided with a response within 30 working days, after the complaint has been thoroughly investigated.” He says the patient will also be provided with an interim response outlining the progress of the complaint and date of when a detailed response can be expected. “All complaints received are regarded as serious and recorded in the complaints register which contains the complainant’s detail and origin and nature of complaint.” He adds: “Groote Schuur Hospital is a training hospital where certain tasks may be allocated to students, who should be working under the supervision or instruction of more senior qualified staff. Sometimes students are already qualified, but are working towards becoming a specialist in a respective field.” Van der Heever advises that patients follow the correct complaints procedure as it is “the only way in which we can provide a solution or improve our service in the case of unsatisfactory incidents”. V To lodge a complaint against provincial government health facilities, SMS the word “HELP” to 31022, call 0860 142 142 or email service@westerncape.gov.za.

Online help for rape survivors Accessing justice is only an app away. The Rape Crisis Cape Town Trust has launched its Rape Information Portal on Mxit. It will form part of Mxit’s “MySafety” app, which currently has 164 475 subscribers. Research conducted by Rape Crisis showed that a lack of information and a poor understanding of how the criminal system works prevents rape survivors from accessing justice. This portal will vastly improve the accessibility of information about rape to women, particularly in poorer and rural communities. The app, called RapeCrisis, is currently available in English, Afrikaans and Xhosa. It distils 30 years of experience working with rape survivors into a simple yet comprehensive information package. It empowers women with the information they need to navigate the journey towards justice and recovery. This complex process has many steps including disclosure, reporting to police, a forensic examination and medical treatment, police investigation, court proceedings and counselling. Rape Crisis director Kathleen Dey says the aim is to act as a bridge between the rape survivor and the criminal justice system. “Rape Crisis is committed to offering survivors information that is clear, accurate and accessible. The value of the Mxit mobile social network is that it is an inexpensive,

The new RapeCrisis Mxit app acts as a bridge be­ tween the rape survivor and the criminal justice system. PHOTO: TAMMY PETERSEN easily accessible tool with enormous reach as it can work on nearly any phone. Women in poor and rural communities might not otherwise have had access to this vital information.” Andrew Rudge, the head of Mxit Reach, says the MySafety app was created earlier this year in response to the Anene Booysen tragedy. “Including the information from Rape Crisis increases the value of this app immeasurably as a tool to inform and empower users.” Access the app by typing mxitapp.com/ rapecrisis into your phone’s browser.

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Apply now for Zabalaza 2014 Following its overwhelming success earlier this year, applications are now open for the Baxter Theatre’s popular Zabalaza Theatre Festival. Applications are invited from young theatre-makers, directors, script writers, community groups and theatre companies to participate in the 2014 festival in March at the Baxter Theatre Centre. The deadline for applications is Friday 23 August. Productions selected from applications will be auditioned and invited to participate in the mini-festivals scheduled for Saturday 19, Sunday 20, Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 October, and Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 November. Final selections for the 2014 line-up will then be made. Community groups

HAPPY: Participants at the Zabalaza Theatre Festival.

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BRING OUT THE BEST: The Forever Young Amateur Music Competition is heating up, with auditions closing. Musicians through to the second round, such as Bradwin Engel (pic­ tured), will compete at Ferryman’s Tavern at the V&A Waterfront for the next two Tuesdays in a knock­out round. The con­ test is aimed at showcas­ ing the more mature ama­ teur musician who does not necessarily have the opportunity to play live, but has a passion for mu­ sic. Spectators pay R80, which entitle you to an R80 discount on your food and drinks bill on depar­ ture. Contact info@forev­ eryoung.co.za or Frank Resnik on 082 955 4390.

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and companies are strongly encouraged to apply early. The festival organisers are looking for all kinds of entries, from one-or two-handers to children’s theatre productions, puppetry, musical theatre, comedies, straight dramas, physical theatre and storytelling. Participants in previous festivals are welcome to apply again, says Zabalaza artistic director Thami Mbongo, “provided they bring an entirely different production”. The festival kicks off with an opening ceremony on 7 March, with performances from 8 to 15 March and the awards ceremony set to take place on 16 March. V Contact the Zabalaza office on (021) 680 3980, visit www.baxter.co.za or Face­ book at www.facebook.com/zabalazafestival.

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Help The Baxter Theatre celebrate its 36th birthday and win a prize along the way. Widely recognised as one of Cape Town’s artistic and architectural icons, the Baxter at UCT opened its doors in 1977 to citizens of all races and today continues to enthral audiences with top quality, award-winning theatre and entertainment. To celebrate this milestone, the Baxter has launched a new website and its Who will play Scrooge at the Baxter? competition, which introduces the theatre’s big festive season production. Prizes include tickets to shows, a

weekend away, a mystery hamper, a case of wine, restaurant vouchers and a host of other surprises. For more information on how to enter and to stand in line to win one of the prizes, visit the Baxter’s new website at www.baxter.uct.ac.za, like their Facebook page (BaxterTheatre) or follow them on Twitter (@BaxterTheatre). The competition closes at 17:00 on Thursday 15 August and winners will be announced the next day. Clues to the competition will be provided regularly on Facebook and Twitter and all answers have to be sent by email to whoisscrooge@uct.ac.za.


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arenting workshops for residents of Lavender Hill will help steer children away from gangsterism. This is the opinion of ward councillor Shanen Rossouw, who is in the process of putting an initiative into action in the hope it will restore the family unit. After teaching for more than 20 years, Rossouw says she is saddened to witness many of her former pupils have turned to gangsterism in a search for acceptance. “The problem lies with the education department because the system doesn’t cater for problem children,” she says. “Most of the schools in the ward are overcrowded and teachers don’t have the capacity to handle these children.” According to Rossouw, the problem also lies with religious groups who hold services “nearly every evening and have parents attending the services. It’s usually during this time when the child gets a gap and gets involved with gangsterism, drugs and the wrong crowd”. “Our churches need to take responsibility and should also look into equipping their congregants on how to be better parents. I know Lavender Hill from the inside out and it’s sad to see how parents have lost their way.” Rossouw says the Department of Social Development has agreed to fund the project. She says 10 people will be employed through the Extended Public Works Programme as child care workers to work at each of the schools in the ward. “When a child gives problems in the classroom, the teacher will refer him or her to the child care worker who will assess the child and inform me. I will then get hold of the parents who will then undergo the parenting workshop.” Lavender Hill Civic Association chairperson Charles Daniels says he plans to lodge a complaint against Rossouw at the Human Rights Commission. “When and how I pray has nothing to do with the councillor and, as a Christian, I am taking this matter to the Human Rights Commission,” he says.

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“We’ve asked her to find solutions for housing, unemployment, sanitation and to implement sporting activities in Lavender Hill, but instead she’s spent funding on speed bumps and maintenance. The flats in the precinct should be condemned because they’re older than 40 years.” Saying she has been “misunderstood”, Rossouw adds: “I’m not saying our parents are bad parents. They’ve just lost their way and I want them to be better parents. I did not say I’m against the churches. I just said the churches need to take responsibility and should ensure that parents take their stand in their homes.” Proud2b me Foundation founder Adele Grosse supports Rossouw’s initiative. “It’s wonderful that Shanen Rossouw realises the importance of family,” she says. “Children often lose their (sense of) belonging at home because parents give up their responsibility out of fear and step back.” Grosse says it is “usually during this time” when children get involved with drugs and gangsterism. Working on a stronger relationship with parents helps the child focus on positive transformation, she says. “We need to bridge the gap with intergenerational issues. Often grandparents raise grandchildren, so these workshops will help with understanding.”

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Development opportunity! 535m² vacant residential plot, perfect for a

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 13 August 2013

mark.brickles@remax.net

MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

Ultra Select

Gordons Bay Only R885 000 Eersteriver/Kleinvlei Lentegeur Only R319 000 Strandfontein Only R479 000 (Close to Second Gate) (Close To Clock Tower) (Nautilus Village) Only R399 000

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Every AgentWill PromiseTo SellYour Home …We GUARANTEE it

Lentegeur R419 000 (Close To Hospital)

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

Double Storey, 5 beds, 2 lounges, corner bath, 2 toilets, Fully fitted kitchen with oven and hob. Long Drive-way. Cash buyers come negotiate.

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed + Nice Yard.

Cash Buyesr come negotiate. Extended. large 3 beds, very large lounge + dining room, bathroom, kitchen, enclosed. Very nice Area. Needs TLC.

Tafelsig R285 000

Rondevlei R449 000

URGENTY NEED PROPERTIES

(Close To Kilimanjaro)

3 large beds, lounge, kitchen, enclosed. Free-standing

Free-standing, 3 beds, tiled lounge, fully-fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, burglar bars, alarm, large grounds,Very Neat, close to Westgate Mall

Urgenty need properties for my approved buyers in All AREAS including Ottery, Grassy Park, Wetton, Fairways, Kenwyn, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone. Please call Mark Anthony Today 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

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ROCKLANDS R359 000

WOODSTOCK R595 000

ROCKLANDS R399 000

first homes always putting you first!!!!

WESTRIDGE R420 000

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

HOUSE + GRANNY FLAT 2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport, Garage +++ Granny Flat.

PORTLANDS R539 000

COLORADO R949 000

NEWLY REFURBISHED HOME. 3 beds, laminated and carpets, BICS, tiled bathroom, new FFK, tiled lounge, freshly painted. Large Yard. Drive-way for 2 cars. Enclosed. Early Occupation

2 LARGE DOUBLE STOREYS + POOL Close To Mosque. Main House: 4 Bedrooms, bics, en-suite, spacious lounge & dining room, beautiful FFK, downstairs shower & toilet. Second House: Upstairs:3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge,bathroom. Downstairs: 1 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Enlcosed, Carport, Garage +++ Sparkling Pool.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

CRAVENBY R995 000

ZEEKOEVLEI PRIME R1.5 MILLION Double-storey 4beds, ff kitchen, 3 garages office, guest toilet plus braai area

ROCKLANDS R299 000

STRANDFONTEIN R620 000

OLD ONE S LE!!! OR SA HER F

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ZEEKOEVLEI WATERFRONT R1,850 000 Double- Storey on 900 m2 plot on the waterfront looks can be deceiving. Fully fitted kitchen, upstairs open plan that could utilitized for another 3 beds, or entertainment area with underfloor heating and plus 2 existing rooms many more xtras!!!!

LAKESIDE MEWS COTTAGE R360 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay automated gates, close to all amenities GREAT INVESTMENT!!!!!

NEW RELEASE NEW RELEASE NEW RELEASE

G/PARK FAIRLY NEW BLOCK R465 000 Modern 2x2 bedrooms, lounge, bathroom fully fitted kitchen and parking bay. Close to Mosque and all amenities!!!!

GRASSY PARK KLIP ROADR1.2 MILLION 3 Beds, lounge, dining room, m.e.s. bathroom big grounds lots of potential!!!! GREAT HOUSE FOR BIG FAMILY!!!

G.PARK -VICTORIA MANSIONSR450 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay automated gates, close to all amenities GREAT INVESTMENT!

KEWTOWN ATHLONE R370 000 3 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, ensuite, dining room, carport, parking area GREAT INVESTMENT!!!!!

G/PARK-RADIANT MANSIONSR340 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay automated gates, close to all amenities GREAT INVESTMENT!

COLORADO PLOTSR 195 000 EACH Fully serviced adjacent vacant plots READY TO BUILD!!!! INVESTOR`S DREAM!!!!

GRASSY PARK PLOT PRIME AREA-R 420 000 Vacant serviced plot , 625 sqm READY TO BUILD!!!! INVESTOR`S DREAM!!!!

SANDPIPER MANSIONSR 175 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay automated gates, close to all amenities GREAT INVESTMENT!!!!!

ABDULLAH - 073 657 2805 ZAHIDA - 084 265 4364 SHAFIQA - 073 313 5819 OFFICE - 021 705 1798/3507

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

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NEW RELEASE CLOSE TO SPINE ROAD & CIVIC CENTRE HOUSE + PLOT Lovely 3 beds, bics ,laminated floors, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, 2 bedrooms, Lounge, bathroom, large yard, burglar bars,security gates, alarm +++ Garage for 2 cars. kitchen +++ enclosed vacant plot with gates.

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3 large beds, bics, loubge, dining room, fitted kitchen, 2 bathrooms, double Garage. Large 704m² Plot

If your Home Doesn’t Sell, Mark is Willing to Buy it Himself at a Price Acceptable to You

Friendly quality service! .

s Abraham Fazloodien 495 8989

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List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R329 000 LENTEGEUR 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Fam Bath. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

DOUBLESTORY 5 beds(bics), lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen, second lounge upstairs, mes, 3 bathrooms, garage +++ 2 beds seperate entrance

TAFELSIG ONLY R199 000

BARGAIN PRICE 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom. If you combined salary is approx. R6 800 pm, you could buy this house

PORTANDS R469 000

CARPORT ENCLOSED 3 bedrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroomnice grounds

SPACIOUS YARD 3 beds, fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, enclosed

+++SPARKLING SWIMMING POOL 3 beds fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom + entertainment area, garage

NEW WOODLANDS R339 000

ELSIES RIVER CLARKE ESTATE R279 000

FREESTANDING 3 beds, fitted kitchen, lounge

FULLY ENCLOSED Extended 2 beds, family bathroom, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, garage

R319 000 LENTEGEUR Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.Kitchen & Bath. Close to all Amenities & Train Station. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R230 000 DELFT Freestanding 2 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath. Parking for 4 Cars. SHIHAAM 072 182 1411 R309 000 LENTEGEUR: Fully Enclosed 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Tv Room, Dinette, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Close to all Amenities. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R425 000 GRASSY PARK PLOT 625m² Service Plot in 2nd Avenue. KASHIEFA 073 929 3221

R185 000 TAFELSIG: 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bed Home with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F. Kitchens, 1 with Scullery, Double Auto Garage, Auto Gates, Pool, Pool House and Plenty more.... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R1 300 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 3 Beds with MES and BIC, Lounge with Fire Place, Dining Room, F.F Kitchen, Fam. Bathroom, Pool & Double Auto Garage on a 1041m² Plot. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R295 000 TAFELSIG Enclosed Freestanding 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. Garage for 6 Cars. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R695 000 GRASSY PARK Spacious Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Home, BIC in 1, Lounge, Dinette, Kitchen, Bath, Front & Back Garden. Close to all Amenities. GADIJA 082 823 1801

CALL US FOR A NO OBLIGATION FREE VALUATION.

R585 000 STRANDFONTEIN VILLAGE R289 000 BEACON VALLEY Spacious Freestanding 3 Bed Semi Detached 2 bed home 1 with Home with BIC, Lounge, BIC, Lounge, Dining room, F.Kitchen F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath with Sep & Family Bath, lots of Space. Toilet. Garage for 3 Cars. In a Quiet Close to all Amenities. Cul De Sac. on a 330m² Plot. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 GADIJA 082 823 1801

KASHIFAH FAZLYN CANDICE SHIHAAM GADIJA SHAAMIEL 072 192 1411 073 929 3221 082 823 1801 073 184 2535 071 1565 672 082 723 1118

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Attention sellers we have buyers for: Coniston Park, Capricorn, Fairways, Grassy Park, Heathfield, Lotus River, Marina Da Gama, Montagu's Gift, Retreat, Steenberg, Zeekoevlei.

AGENTS WANTED:Join our family and let us share our success with you!

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ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289 Summer Greens R495 000

Tafelsig R249 000

Lovely 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Spacious Tiled Lounge, Family Bathroom, Indoor Jet Master Fireplace, Carport

3 Beds, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Spacious Tiled Lounge, Family Bathroom, Carport for 2 Cars

Rocklands R329 000

Eersteriver R295 000

3 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Tiled Freestanding 2 Beds, Lounge, Family Bathroom Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom and Carport +++ Large Grounds

Kensington Mews R495 000

3 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom

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4 Bedroom Home in NEW Penlyn Now in demand, “Large Grassy Park This Pan Handle Plot With Pool R450k WOODLANDS M/PLAIN R500k Family Home”! R1.599m

Urgently

need properties in the following areas for my approved buyers : Coniston Park / Sheridon Park, Strandfontein, Seawinds, Grassy Park, Mitchells Plain, Retreat and Lakeview Please call

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Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/082 673 1503

This Renovated Home offers 4 Bedrooms, 3 with B I C. Main Bedroom has an en-suite, Tandem Garage for 2 car parking. Lounge & Dinning, Family Bathroom, Fully Fitted Kitchen. This Home is at a Right Price. Call Today to view or Regret Later! Shaheed : 083 611 7545

Amazing 3 complete Homes on one Plot. Downstairs offers Large Fully Fitted Kitchen, Lounge, 2 Bedrooms (1 with En-Suite) & BIC. Upstairs offers 2 Bedrooms, Lounge, Fully Fitted Kitchen & Family Bathroom. 2 Bathrooms and Lounge & Dining room. Rasheeda Adams : 082 645 7349

Well Enclosed Pan Handle Plot. Plus a Swimming Pool. Build Your Dream Home. Plans Included. Closed to All Amenities. Nice Quite Sought After Area. Land Size:+/400sqm. This One Not to Be Missed. Carima : 021 820 4797 / 073 910 6652

Ideal Family Home in ‘NEAT & COSY’ 3 Bedroom ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE Lentergeur "must see" R399k Home in ROOSENDAL R340k REAL ESTATE PROFESSION?

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This Corner Property offers 3 bedroom.2 has built in cupboards. The third bedroom is quite big & offers the potential of being divided into 2 bedrooms or it can become an income opportunity by converting a separate entrance. Aluwyia : 073 201 2060

HERE IS AN OPPORTUNITY FOR YOU!

This neat 3 bedroom family home. Is on a TRAINING PROVIDED large land with lots of potential to a Buyer with CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT TODAY Vision. This Home offers 3 bedrooms, family bathroom. Kitchen & Lounge. All Bedrooms has Laminated Flooring. Tiled Kitchen & Bathroom. Land Size +/-350 sqm. Rasheeda : 082 645 7349

082 051 9192 021 820 4797


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Tuesday, 13 August 2013

Hockey for the ‘have-nots’

LIAM MOSES

The festival saw under-8 and under-12 boys and girls from these areas participate in a friendly tournament at the Central’s headquarters, the Vygieskraal Hockey Complex in Johnson Road, Athlone. Hendrickse says many other clubs don’t need to develop players because the schools in the area provide a steady influx of already developed players. “The primary school project has always been on our agenda, but it required resources. So it’s only when we manage – through hard work – to get a little support that we can do it,” he says. “There are thousands of 80 percenters in this area and we can’t even come close to catering for all of them. We are pretending to do the government’s or federation’s work, but we are contributing in a small way. “And there are very few hockey clubs that do this type of thing.” Vernij’s presence at the club and the development programme forms part of Central’s partnership with the Netherlands’ Haagsche Delftsche Mixed (HDM) Hockey Club. The festival was also organised to celebrate and thank her for her work, as she returned to Holland on Sunday.

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n the Cape Flats, an area almost devoid of hockey, one club is striving to grow the sport and attract the next generation of players. Central Hockey Club (CHC) was founded in 1993, when several Athlone clubs merged, and has always aimed to serve “the broader Cape Flats community”. Though the sport is relativity unpopular in the area, many Central players have already achieved higher honours. The club can proudly lay claim to shaping Proteas players such as Quanita Bobbs and Bruce Jacobs. CHC continued this tradition on Saturday, when primary school players from Langa, Hanover Park, Ottery and Imizamo Yethu participated in a hockey festival, to cap off six weeks of clinics hosted by visiting Dutch player Manouk Vernij. Ron Hendrickse, event organiser and Central executive committee member, says the clinics and tournament will help grow the sport where development is most needed. “There are big gaps in our system – one of the biggest gaps is at primary schools,” he says. “We refer to the schools as the 20 percenters and 80 percenters. The 20 percenters are the ‘haves’ – if you go to those primary schools there are coaches and lots of extramural activities. When you talk about the 80 percenters (the ‘have-nots’), they don’t have time to do the coaching and extra-murals. They have social issues that they have to deal with. We find ourselves in an area where we continue to experience real social issues.”

RUNNING HARD: Central Hockey Club’s Layla Davids beats Zine Sixoka of Langa during a hockey festival played hosted by Central at the Vygieskraal Hockey Complex in Athlone on Saturday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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Engen Knockout to rock Wynberg

LIAM MOSES

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he battle for under-17 football dominance will resume this weekend when the 10th annual Engen Knockout Challenge finals kick off. Regarded as a proving ground for Cape Town’s most talented young footballers, the Challenge is hotly contested by 16 of the Mother City’s best teams each year. The 10th edition will be no different, featuring the under-17 sides from four different professional teams, two of South Africa’s best academies and some of the Cape’s most well-known amateur clubs. People’s Post is the tournament’s print media sponsor. In Group A, Pinelands-based Old Mutual Academy, Mitchell’s Plain’s Kenpark United, Green Point Salesians and Island Rovers will compete for the top two places and a spot in the next round. With excellent facilities, coaching to match and a track record littered with the spoils of junior tournaments, Old Mutual are clear-cut favourites to qualify top of the group and face the second-placed finisher from Group B. The rest will have to fight it out for second place and face the tougher route to the final with the winners of Group B waiting in the next round. Both Kenpark and Island Rovers are capable of sneaking through. In Group B defending champions and five time victors Ajax Cape Town are expected to brush aside any challenge in the group and finish with three wins and a healthy goal difference. Fellow professional outfit Vasco da Gama should fill the second spot after a breezing through the last qualification round with a 100% record and an average of three goals per game. Cape United and Kuils River FC will most likely continue onto the Plate sec-

tion of the tournament. Group C is the toughest of the tournament this year. While tournament hosts and former champions Santos will be favourites to finish first, the race for second place is less clear cut. Grassy Park’s Crusaders are the form side out of the three, after banging in 10 goals in three wins during qualifying. But despite less impressive track records, CocaCola Cup senior champions Hanover Park and Kraaifontein City could be the group’s dark horses. ASD Cape Town Academy, Challenge champions in 2010, will most likely take the top spot in Group D with National First Division team Chippa United finishing second. The Claremont-based club scored seven goals and conceded none in three victories in the qualifiers and have a history of unearthing and polishing the rough diamonds of Cape football since inception. Atlantic Nacional and Bishop Lavis will scrap to avoid finishing at the bottom of the pile. The tournament will kick off at 17:30 on Friday, with Old Mutual facing off against Kenpark United on the B field, and run until the last game at 20:15. The Challenge will run from 09:30 to 15:30 on Saturday, and from 09:30 until 15:30 (tournament final) on Sunday. All games will be played at the William Herbert Sports complex in Wynberg. Heart FM’s Nick Feinberg and former Santos coach Duncan Crowie will be in attendance on the final day. V Visit www.peoplespost.co.za for news on the Engen Knockout Challenge as it happens. V Follow @ThePeople’sPost and @LiamCPT on Twit­ ter for updates and results. If you are at the event, tweet your photos and messages of support for your favourite team, followed by #EngenKO13.

HEAD ON: Devonshire United’s Jody Martin (cen­ tre) and Blue Bells FC’s Wesley Jones clash during a Cape District Local Football Association Super League match at Wil­ liam Herbert Sports Com­ plex on Satur­ day. Devon­ shire won 4­0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

BEST FOOT FOR­ WARD: The Jive Women’s Day Challenge was hosted by Edge­ mead Runners, who celebrated their 21st anni­ versary, in Bel­ lville on Friday. People’s Post, Ty­ gerBurger and City Vision – col­ lectively known as WP Newspa­ pers – were the print media spon­ sor of the event. The race benefici­ ary, the Red Cross Children’s Hospi­ tal Trust received a cheque of R10 000 from Jive and Edgemead Runners Club. The top three women runners with the sponsors, from left, are Ryan Warner (Edgemead Runners), Nomvuyisi Seti (Lion of Africa Itheko Sport AC), Khanya Mateyisi (Khayelitsha AC), Linley Holmes (Fish Hoek AC) and Wendell Jacobs of Jive. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX

COLLISION: Southampton FC’s Abdullah Ismail (left) challenges Salt River Blackpool’s Nadiem van der Speck during a Cape District Local Football Association Super League game at William Herbert Sports Complex on Saturday. The game finished in a 2­2 stalemate. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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Purple Machine wins again LIAM MOSES

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etreat RFC climbed to second place on the Division Three log after notching up their third consecutive victory on Saturday. The Allenby Drive club outscored historic rivals Temperance RFC by three tries to one, claiming a memorable 24-16 win in front of a strong crowd at City Park. Temperance opened the scoring in the 14th minute, after a frantic opening period, when scrumhalf Alistair Theys goaled his second penalty attempt of the match. Retreat immediately hit back when play resumed, with fullback Lorenzo Gordon bursting down the left wing to touchdown and flyhalf Brandon Adams bisecting the uprights with his conversion. The home team regained the lead in the 25th minute after winning a scrum in the opposition 22. Theys collected from the setpiece and darted at the line, before putting flyhalf Ricardo Africa into a gap in midfield. Theys converted to take his side to double figures. Retreat finished the half strongly and scored their second try after reverting to basics. The Retreat forward pack won momentum and sucked in the defence before quick hands from the backline put centre Genico Vaarland into space on the left wing. Adams again converted to bring the half-time score to 14-10. Temperance were the stronger side after the break but failed to take their opportunities, with Theys missing penalties either side of Retreat’s third converted try in the 15th minute. The Retreat backline showed excellent awareness to quickly switch play from one side of the park to the other, where wing Gerard Engelbrecht waited in space. Adams made no mistake with his conversion. Temperance substitute Ryan Alexander goaled two penalties in quick succession after taking over the kicking duties from Theys. However, Retreat had the last word when Adams slotted a penalty in the 30th minute. Strand Pioneers currently lead the log with 51 points, Retreat are second with 47 and Young Ideas hold third with 44. Although Retreat will feel confident of claiming wins over Perseverance, Peninsula and Imiqhayi in their last three games, they could still finish out of the top two as every other side in the league has either one or two games in hand. Meanwhile, Pinelands club Police RFC beat Young brothers 15-10 and Progress lost 41-43 to Bishop Lavis in Division Four on Thursday. In Super League B on Thursday, UWC beat Villager 41-10 at Brookeside in Claremont, while UCT beat Hamiltons 25-12 in Super League A on Wednesday.

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