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SCHAAPKRAAL: PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON MIXUSE DEVELOPMENT NOW OPEN
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he wheels for the development of a mini-city in Schaapkraal are in motion. Public participation on the draft scoping report of the proposed Oakland City Development will close on Tuesday 1 April. This round will allow the public to register as affected parties. Planned to be constructed on more than 472ha of land owned by Rapicorp 122 and Rapicorp 123, the application for environmental authorisation for the proposed development was lodged with the provincial Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning (DEADP) in November 2012. The mini-city will be constructed on 22 neighbouring erven, currently zoned for agriculture, which borders Vanguard Drive, the Philippi Horticultural Area (PHA) and a section of Strandfontein. It is expected to be a mixed-use development, which will comprise business, retail, offices, industrial, residential, educational and institutional, civic and community, residential, public open spaces, conservation, utility services, roads and services’ facilities. People’s Post previously reported that a total of 20 000 homes, varying in size, are planned, as well as 41 factories, 26ha for mixed use, 31ha for business use, and 157 ha for open space to protect sensitive vegetation and wetland areas (“Mini-city vs farm”, 3 February 2009). The draft scoping report was compiled by Louis de Villiers of deVilliers Brownlie Associates, the environment assessment prac-
EARMARKED: A portion of the 472ha land (to the left of the fence) is earmarked for a minicity development in Schaapkraal, titioner (EAP). The report states the earmarked land is predominantly vacant with some legal sand mining operations. Most of the neighbouring properties are also vacant, with some mining, horticultural land-use and a mix of residential developments, it states. When De Villiers was contacted for comment, he directed People’s Post to the scoping report on the
company’s website. According to the report the development may have “potential impacts” on heritage and the cultural landscape, especially with the PHA in close proximity, biodiversity and the current freshwater systems. The development may also see the construction of primary and secondary schools, tertiary institutions, social housing, apartments,
group housing and single residential dwellings. It will also “fall into a proposed Integrated Rapid Transit public transport route”. But the development, which doesn’t have a price tag as yet, will face opposition from affected parties. The Strandfontein Ratepayers’ Association has already approached a professor at the University of the Western Cape to provide
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them with a “comprehensive report” on how development will affect the area. “We realise that the urban edge has been moved and we can no longer object to that, but we will be objecting to the development,” says association secretary Ephraim Stanfield. “This development will destroy vital farming land and permanently affect underground water.” V To page 2
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After a victory against urbanisation of the PHA in January, the Schaapkraal Civic and Environmental Association (SCEA) will again oppose the Oakland City Development, says SCEA secretary Nazeer Sonday. “At the time of the announcement against the MSP development, we said it was a small victory while the war rages on,” he says. “Our land is under development pressure; when we stop one development, another is proposed. We want the authorities to come to the party and commit to a long-term management plan. We want them to sit down with local organisations and decide
which land is available for development, and which must remain for agriculture.” Sonday says the SCEA has been opposed to the development since it was first proposed in 2008. “We will announce our opposition plans during the course of the week,” he adds. Following the public participation process on the draft scoping report, the EPA will consider comments and prepare the final scoping report, which will be made available to registered interested and affected parties, says DEADP spokesperson Mushfeeqah Croeser. “The EPA will then submit a final scoping report and plan of study for the environmental impact report (EIR) to the department.”
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very 26 seconds someone is raped in this country. But this statistic is inaccurate as many cases go unreported. In South Africa, as few as one in 13 people report rape – mostly due to the harmful myths and stigmas which cling to rape. In the wake of National Women’s Day on Saturday 8 March, Rape Crisis has launched a new campaign, called Don’t Hide, Speak Out to help survivors of rape. The campaign was initiated for rape victims to take a stand against the silence around rape. This month a series of portraits are to be launched showing the faces of rape survivors and a motivational message alongside their pictures to encourage others to speak out against this evil. Making their voices heard are Busiswa Ntsadu (38), Monique van Vuuren (27) and Dave Luis (39); survivors who, through the campaign, are speaking out against rape and the persistent myths. Ntsadu, a mother of four, was raped three times. “The first incident happened when I was six years old. I was raped by my stepbrother. I did not want to tell my mother what happened because I wanted to keep the
peace at home; I was also threatened by my stepbrother,” Ntsadu says. She moved to Cape Town some years later. Shortly after, she was raped again by strangers. After living with her secret for years, Ntsadu started speaking about her experiences last year. “I spoke to my mother about it because I decided enough is enough. My brother raped my stepsister a few years ago and he is up for parole in a couple of months. My mother did not believe my brother was guilty or capable of what he had done to my stepsister. I had to sit her down and tell her what happened to me,” she says. “That was the start of my healing process. Since the moment I decided to tell my mother I knew I had dealt with my pain and I am able to tell others.” Her mother showed scant emotion. “My mother is not an emotional person and will not easily talk about anything. After I told her she didn’t say anything and also did not want the ‘secret’ to come out. I decided to move from her house before my brother is released from prison,” she says. Ntsadu sees the move as a coping mechanism for herself and stepsister, with whom she shares a house. “I do not want her to be around her perpetrator again. That can be quite daunting. It
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The department then has 14 days to acknowledge receipt of the report and 30 days after acknowledgement, to accept or reject, or request additional information, she adds. The City of Cape Town’s director of Planning and Building Development Management, Cheryl Walters, says the department has received no formal application for land use change. “Only the draft Basic Assessment Report was (submitted to) the City for comment on (Tuesday) 18 February,” she says. “Once the environmental authorisation has been obtained, the applicant will need to submit the necessary applications for township establishment, rezoning and subdivision, together with precinct plans and phasing of development proposals.” Walters adds the City received an application to amend the applicable structure plan to allow urban development instead of horticulture was submitted to council and approved by DEADP in May 2011. “This approval does not give or take away any rights of the owners, it merely changes the policy position contained in the forward planning documents,” she says. “The relevant City Departments have been engaging with the applicant’s planning team in this pre-application process.” V Visit www.dbass.biz to view the Oakland Ciy Development scoping report.
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ILLEGAL RACING: RESIDENTS IN A SPIN
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llegal racing along Strandfontein Road is revving the engines of residents of Ottery, Lotus River and Pelican Park. Residents in these areas have raised concerns about the continuous drag races taking place in the middle of the night. Ottery resident Merle Galant says she is often woken by the sound of revving cars and spectators shouting. “They do not care who they bother and they are not afraid of anyone – even the police. When the police arrive, they race off, but they always return,” she says. “Something needs to be done; this is an illegal hobby. They need to be stopped – permanently.” Dawid Louw from Lotus River echoes Galant’s sentiments. “This is a dangerous game these drivers and spectators are playing, and it must be brought to an end,” he says. “The road is used by several other motorists and pedestrians at all times of the day, but the drag racers don’t care. They continue to break the law and get away with it. A Pelican Park resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, says she has reported the matter to the City of Cape Town and the police on several occasions. “Although they have road blocks and other operations, the dragsters are never caught. They avoid the area for a day or two and return thereafter,” she says. City Traffic Services spokesperson Richard Coleman confirms they are aware of the illegal racing taking place on Strandfontein Road. “Most of the complaints (we) receive in the southern suburbs stretch from Ottery and Strandfontein to Kenilworth and Athlone,” he says. Coleman labels the ever-increasing illegal drag racing events as “one of the biggest headaches for law enforcement officers in the country”. “Since 2009 the City’s Ghost Squad has made serious inroads in clamping down on illegal drag racing,” he says. “The Ghost Squad regularly conducts several operations and patrols in and around Cape Town, including Strandfontein Road. Operations are held at least twice a week to attend to illegal street racing in identified areas.”
RACE TRACK: Strandfontein Road has become synonymous with illegal drag racing, much to the annoyance of residents. During the operations, fines are issued and dragsters are arrested on charges of reckless or negligent driving, Coleman adds. He further highlights the importance of the partnership between authorities and communities. “(We) rely on the community’s complaints and comments (to) guide the deployment of resources in the city. We need the public to work with us by reporting illegal drag racing so that we can clamp down on such lawlessness,” he says. “Hundreds of people are often found supporting illegal drag races, which encourages this trend of reckless and negligent driving. As in the past, we appeal to the public to work with us to help us bring this dangerous practice to an end.” V Report illegal drag racing by phoning 107 from a landline or (021) 480 7700. Alternatively phone (021) 596 1999. V Share your thoughts on illegal drag racing in Strandfontein Road. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.
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Thursday 13 March V Constantia: Yaseen AlQadri Jamaah and Madrassatul Islamudeen in Grassy Park invites all individuals, institutions, youth groups, organisations, mosques or madaaris to a mass Thikr, Thikrul Aqsa – Remembrance of Allah to the people of Aqsa, at Klein Constantia after Ishaa Namaaz. The dress is black and white or gold. Take your mat and barakah. Thursday 13 to Sunday 16 March V Parkwood Estate: Christian Assemblies Church will hold its first annual conference, themed Keep the flame burning on the altar, The conference features international, national and local speakers, as well as a special guest appearance from a wellknown SA rugby coach. The conference starts at 19:30 from Monday to Friday and at 17:00 on Sunday. Call Lauren Howard on 071 115 5843. Thursday 13 to Friday 28 March V Steenberg: Registration for the Steenberg High School Grade 8 class of 2015 is now open. Application forms are available at the school from Monday to Thursday 09:00 until 14:00, and from 09:00 until 11:00 on Fridays. Registration closes on 28 March 2015. Phone Sam Williams on (021) 701 1235 or (021) 701 2281. Saturday 15 March V Grassy Park: Prince George Drive Primary will host A Trip Around the World fair at the school at 13:00. Pupils, teachers and parents will dress up as natives of and represent eight different countries for a coveted prize. One of the judges will be someone from the 7de Laan cast. The MC will be Mike Michaels and there will be performance by a Cape minstrel group, a marimba band and the Jodie Jackson Dance
V Retreat: The Retreat Business Forum will hold a general meeting at Norton’s Panel Shop in 10th Avenue at 18:30. The meeting will discuss security, maintenance and upgrade of 10th Avenue and the surrounding business communities. All business owners are welcome. Call Kevin Southgate on 082 788 1181. Thursday 20 March V St Montague Village: Steenberg police Sector 4 Subforum will hold a meeting at the church in Fifth Avenue at 14:00. All residents are welcome. Phone Warrant Officer Andre Petersen on (021) 702 9000 or 082 411 3535. Thursday 27 March V Vrygrond: Muizenberg police Sector l Subforum will hold an imbizo at Capricorn Primary School in Vrygrond Avenue at 18:00. Residents of Vrygrond, Overcome Heights, Costa da Gama, Capricorn Beach and Pelican Heights are welcome to attend. Phone Constable Thembikosi Kili on 082 522 1217. Friday 28 March V Steenberg: Steenberg Community Learning Centre will hold a Pparty at Steenberg High School hall from 20:00 until late. The dress is anything starting with the letter “P” such as princess, policeman, painter, etc. The cost is R40; take your own platter and XYZ. Phone Sam Williams on (021) 701 1235 or (021) 701 2281. Monday 28 April V Steenberg: Uniting Reformed Church in Banjo Street will host a day trip to Club Mykonos. Cost is R300 for adults and R225 for children under 12. The cost includes a buffet lunch at the Charlie Noble Restaurant. The departure time is 06:30 from the church. Phone Marion on 084 834 8230 or 083 647 5934.
PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 13 March 2014
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he road safety of pupils and motorists has been thrust into the spotlight as two pupils recover from injuries sustained in accidents over the last two weeks. The accidents, both of which occurred in front of St Mary’s RC Primary School in Retreat Road, have left a Grade 1 pupil with serious injuries and a Grade 4 pupil with light injuries. The bustling street has become notorious for traffic and road safety concerns, and has been the scene for many an accident over the years. Despite the installation of a traffic calming measure – pedestrian robot – near the school’s entrance a few years ago, the road has claimed several young accident victims at the pedestrian crossing. No road markings or signs indicate the presence of a school or pupils on either side of Retreat Road. The only sign is that of a pedestrian crossing. The recent accidents occurred
when the school’s scholar patrol was off duty, says principal Teresa Muller. “The Grade 4 boy crossed the road from the one side when the motorists had indicated he could,” she says. “He was late for school; he must have thought he could cross the other road as well. Then he was knocked.” Muller lays the accident of the Grade 1 girl, who was taken to Red Cross Hospital for treatment to her leg, squarely at the door of the driver of the scholar transport. “We have always asked drivers to drop the pupils within the school’s premises; we constantly reiterate the request,” she says. “The accident was negligence on the part of the driver. It was early morning when the driver dropped the pupil off, so the scholar patrol was not on duty. The driver did not make sure the child had reached the school premises.” Muller recalls a number of similar incidents during the 22 years of her principalship, adding staff have also encouraged parents to
RISKY: The pedestrian robot near St Mary’s Primary in Retreat Road. use the pedestrian robot when accompanying their children to school, to “build a habit of using the facility”. Since the incidents, Muller has called on the City of Cape Town for the installation of another traffic calming measure. “When motorists depart from the 11th Avenue robot, they seem to accelerate; it seems they do not realise there is a big school on the left-hand side,” she says. “While we have a scholar patrol, manned by a teacher daily, we still
have problems – it’s an accident waiting to happen. Another calming device, like a speed bump, must be installed. Drivers also ignore the amber light of the robot at the pedestrian crossing. They need to be more cautious.” The matter was reported to local ward councillor Jan Burger who, in turn, reported it to the City’s Traffic Services and transport department. Officials have since undertaken to provide pupils with extra road safety classes, among others.
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“The departments will host road safety lectures for the foundation phase pupils later this month, while 48 pupils were trained for scholar patrol last month,” Burger says. “The pupils of St Mary’s Primary will also be visiting the Junior Traffic Training Centre in the next academic term.” He further encouraged motorists, parents and pupils to be extra vigilant when using the crossing and when driving in the vicinity of the school.
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NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF THE SUBCOUNCILS: MARCH 2014 Notice is hereby given that the meetings of the 24 subcouncils for the City of Cape Town will take place at the times and venues indicated in the schedule below: Subcouncil Venue Council Chambers, Administration Block A, 1 Royal Ascot, Bridle Way, Milnerton Kraaifontein Council Chambers, 2 Brighton Road, Kraaifontein Goodwood Council Chambers, 3 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood Parow Council Chambers, Tallent Street, 4 Parow The Hague Recreational Hall, corner of Delft 5 Main Road and Silversands Road, Delft Bellville Council Chambers, Bellville Civic 6 Centre, Voortrekker Road, Bellville Durbanville Council Chambers, corner of 7 Oxford and Queen Street, Durbanville Strand Council Chambers, corner of 8 Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Andile Msizi Hall, corner of Bangiso Drive 9 and Sigwele Road, Site B, Khayelitsha Lingelethu Training Centre, corner 10 of Lwandle Road and Spine Road, Khayelitsha Fezeka Council Chambers, corner of 11 Govan Mbeki and Steve Biko Drives, Gugulethu Subcouncil Chambers, Lentegeur 12 Administrative Offices, corner of Melkbos Road and Merrydale Road, Lentegeur 13 Ruth First Community Hall, Sinqolamthi Street, Philippi Fezeka Council Chambers, corner of 14 Govan Mbeki and Steve Biko Drives, Gugulethu Plover Room, Ground Floor, 15 Pinelands Training Centre, Central Square, St Stephens Road, Pinelands Council Chambers, 11th Floor, 16 44 Wale Street, Cape Town Dulcie September Civic Centre 17 (minor hall), corner of Klipfontein and Protea Street, Athlone Subcouncil Chambers, corner of Buck 18 Road and Sixth Avenue, Lotus River Council Chambers, Central Circle, 19 Fish Hoek Council Chambers, Alphen Centre, 20 Constantia Main Road, Constantia Council Chambers, Van Riebeeck Road, 21 Kuils River Strand Council Chambers, corner of 22 Fagan Street and Main Road, Strand Lentegeur Chambers, corner of Melkbos 23 and Merrydale Roads, Lentegeur Lingelethu Training Centre, corner 24 of Lwandle Road and Spine Road, Khayelitsha
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upils of Christel House in Ottery held a special assembly when the school’s founder Christel DeHaan visited the school recently. She was accompanied by the Christel House global leadership team, consisting of principals and leaders from the Christel House schools in India, Mexico, the USA, Spain, the UK, France and Finland. The visit formed part of a global ALL SMILES: Founder of Christel House SA Christel DeHaan with pupils conference, where of the school on her recent visit. PHOTO: SUPPLIED the leaders discuss All Christel House SA pupils come from ways to help break the cycle of poverty more effectively. “We were very excited to marginalised communities and the school host the global leadership team in South Af- aims to provide them with a holistic school rica this year,” said the school’s head of experience and education. “I would like to thank the dedicated marketing, Sharon Williams. “The ideas discussed at the conference teachers and staff for all the long hours they and best practices shared will be estab- put in to get the pupils to that level of comlished and implemented within Christel petency in everything they do – whether it House SA, and help us to improve the serv- be academic, choir, dancing, singing and all ice we offer to children in our community.” other cultural activities,” said DeHaan. During their two week stay the leaderThe Christel House network, established by DeHaan 16 years ago, is an advocate of ship team visited universities and potential corporate social responsibility and philan- donors to create further awareness of Christel House SA. thropy.
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“She had initially agreed to pay the money, but after thinking about it she opted not to pay and reported it to on artists posing as popolice instead,” Knapp exlice officers are operatplains. ing in the Muizenberg According to a police repolice precinct. port, during the phone calls, Muizenberg police are inthe fake police officers ask for vestigating three cases various sums of money rangwhere phone calls were ing from R1000 to R2500. made to the relatives of those During an investigation inarrested, requesting money to the claims, Muizenberg poto “dispose of dockets”. lice discovered it was a scam Last week Muizenberg station and cluster commander SCAM: A new scam has hit as the names of the detectives Colonel Dorothy Xesha is- Muizenberg, as con artists did not correlate with anyone sued a plea for the public to pose as police officers. PHOTO: working at the station. On reporting the matter, come forward with informa- LAILA MAJIET Knapp says they were informed of a Gaution about a possible scam. Muizenberg police were alerted to the teng syndicate running this scam across three cases, which all had the same modus the country. “It has been run on a national scale and operandi. In the first case, a Grassy Park family ap- people are falling into the trap,” he adds. Knapp says the scam does nothing but put proached the station after a relative was not police in a bad light and opens people up released from detention. They claimed they were contacted by a to being charged for corruption. “You need to remember that if you agree detective who asked them to deposit money into a supermarket account and their fami- to pay an officer to dispose of a docket, you are just as corrupt and can be charged,” he ly member would be released. Muizenberg police spokesperson Captain warns. Stephen Knapp says they are investigating V If you have been contacted by police officers asking how the fraudsters got the details of those you for a payment, phone Xesha on (021) 787 9000 or 082 522 2797. arrested. In another case, a woman approached po- V Share your thoughts on this scam. Starting with lice officers outside the station and in- the word “Post”. SMS your comments to 32516. formed them of a phone call she received. SMSes cost R1.
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SK Walmers go down at City Park LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT Green Point’s SK Walmers will be playing for no more than pride when they face Worcester Villagers in the inaugural Community Challenge on Saturday. The Challenge – not to be confused with the Community Cup – features four teams from Boland and four from Western Province, with a round-robin stage preceding semi-finals and a final. Walmers were handed their second defeat in as many matches at City Park on Saturday.
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They now have no chance of qualifying for the semi-finals of the tournament. SK started the Challenge with a 22-17 loss to Saldanha in Saldanha Bay on Saturday 8 March. Walmers managed two converted tries and a penalty, while the hosts equalled the effort and scored an unconverted try to win the game. Saturday’s fixture saw Walmers lose 26-15 to local rivals Belhar, who scored two converted tries and four penalties, while SK scored two tries, converted one and scored one penalty. The loss has left Walmers fourth in Group B with just one point. Belhar shares second place with Saldanha (both on five points) and Worcester Villagers are first on eight points. Walmers will have a tough task on their hands when they attempt to cause an upset against Villagers, while Belhar and Saldanha will fight it out for the other semi-final spot. In Group A Durbanville-Bellville top the standings on nine points, with Hawston second on eight, Ceres third on one point and Tygerberg fourth on zero. The top two sides in the group will meet to decide first place, while Tygerberg and Ceres aim to avoid the wooden spoon. Meanwhile, in SA Rugby’s Community Cup Hamiltons will kickoff their campaign against Sishen. The tournament features the top-placed team from the highest league in every province. V Community Challenge fixtures for Saturday 15 March: Durb-Bell v Hawston in Durbanville; Tygerberg v Ceres at Florida Park; SK Walmers v Villagers Worcester at Green Point Track; Belhar v Saldanha at Accordian Park. V Community Cup fixture: Hamiltons vs Sishen at Stephen Oval in Green Point at 16:00 on Saturday 15 March.
OFF THE BALL: Belhar RFC outside centre Wesley Scott tackles SK Walmers player Dawood Petersen without the ball as Marshall Boesak breaks away in a Community Challenge match at City Park in Athlone on Saturday. Belhar won 2615. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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BALL AND ALL: Boland forward Victor Kruger tackles Western Province’s Rayn Smidt in a Vodacom Cup match at City Park in Athlone on Saturday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
MATCH WINNER: Western Province player Devon Williams (left) is tackled by Boland’s Christian Rust. Williams scored two tries to help Province to a 168 win. PHOTO: RASHIED
Saints star shines in green and gold One of Cape Town’s oldest cricket clubs can now list a world champion among its membership, after the junior Proteas’ victory in the ICC under-19 World Cup. All-rounder Jason Smith has been a member of the club since 2012, and played an integral part in SA’s victory in Dubai. Smith, who grew up a stone-throw away from the club in Elfindale, labels the tournament victory as his “greatest achievement” to date. “The feeling was unreal. It felt amazing, because we were the first SA side to win an International Cricket Council (ICC) tournament,” he says. “I still can’t describe the way we felt. When they hit the winning runs, we all just stormed onto the field – we were all standing outside the change room and just stormed on.” The baby Proteas beat Pakistan by seven wickets in the final of the tournament on Sat-
urday 1 March. The victory earned South Africa its inaugural ICC title at any level. Though Smith is the first world champion at St Augustine’s, the club can also lay claim to two of SA’s most famous cricketers. Former Proteas spinner and current Cape Cobras coach Paul Adams is a product of St Augustine’s, while Basil D’Oliveira who represented England during apartheid was also a club member. Chairperson Johnny Jacobs believes Smith can go on to emulate Adams and D’Oliveira. “A lot of development still needs to happen for him to mature into the cricketer he could be,” says Jacobs. “He has all the talent in the world and I have no doubt he will go far in cricket. It’s just about taking the opportunities at the right time.” Smith is determined to make a career of the sport, and spent three months playing in
READY TO REPRESENT: The Western Province women’s softball team were capped in a ceremony at Sahara Park Newlands on Friday 7 March. The WP team will compete at the National Provincial Championships. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Devonshire, England before he was selected for the SA under-19 side in January. The 19-year-old may return to England at the end of the local cricket season. “The conditions were very different to South Africa – some weeks we played on wet pitches and the decks were a lot slower,” he says. “You have to adapt when you bat; playing in England has assisted me with that.” Smith scored seven centuries and seven half-centuries during his time in England. At present the youngster is completely focused on helping St Augustine’s win the Western Province Cricket Association 1B League. The club’s first team is currently unbeaten and at the summit of the table. “Our sponsor, Jive, has a lot to do with our upward movement; they have sponsored us for three (seasons),” Jacobs says. “Jason has played a huge role in (the club’s progress) and he has played most of the games.”
ONE FOR THE FUTURE: St Augustine’s CC player Jason Smith (left) helped the junior Proteas win the ICC under19 World Cup title. Photographed with him is club chairperson Johnny Jacobs. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES
COLOURS: The members of the WP men’s softball team were also capped at the same ceremony. The Championships will run from Wednesday 21 to Friday 23 March. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
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ANGLED AWAY: Lee Jacobs top scored for Western Province women’s team in the CSA’s interprovincial 50over semifinal at Sahara Park Newlands on Saturday. Jacobs scored 33 runs. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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estern Province are feeling no extra pressure ahead of the Cricket South Africa’s women’s 50-over provincial final on Saturday. Province will claim their second consecutive title if they defeat KwaZulu-Natal in Durban, but coach Cobus Roodt says this doesn’t have an impact on how they will approach the match. “We will just take it as another game. There is tremendous mental strength in the team, in each player,” Roodt says. “Cricket is 80% mental – that’s what I have
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