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vergrown properties have become a major concern for residents in Grassy Park. This comes after some residents raised their concerns about the tall trees and broken fence enclosing Gilray Scouts Campsite in Klip Road. Residents allude that the overgrown foliage gives criminals the upper hand. Resident Henry Lewendal says he’s seen people walk out of the campsite at night. “People have also hidden in the trees and hijacked people, while cars have also gone missing from outside the shops. And at night there’s always drug trafficking after 19:00,” says Lewendal. Fellow-resident Cecil Arendze says he never sees perpetrators, but hears about them entering homes. He’s raised concerns

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sponsible for maintaining the campsite.” Ruby Gelderbloem, the City’s director of property management, confirms the land is City-owned and leased to Scouts of South Africa with certain conditions, which include enclosing and maintaining the land, buildings and structures. “Any fencing which is in bad condition must be removed and replaced with suitable material which satisfies the City Engineer, while the use of shade cloth for fencing is not permitted,” says Gelderbloem. She also says the property management department issued the lessee with a notice to remove overgrown Port Jackson trees. “The City will enforce contractual obligations stipulated in the lease agreement relating to maintenance. A lessee also submitted a request for paintball activities which will be tabled at council. This will include a public participation process to allow the community to comment on the proposal.”

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campsite as a paintball field. We’ve only had an attempted burglary at the front gate a few months ago, but the property is generally safe,” she says. Buckley says while the City owns the campsite land, they are responsible for the maintenance and trees. Ward councillor Shanen Rossouw says she’s never received any complaints from residents about the overgrown site. “The state of the property came up in one of our meetings and it has been taken to subcouncil,” she says. Grassy Park Community Policing Forum chairperson Yassien Meyer says he’s also not received any complaints of overgrown trees. Grassy Park police spokesperson Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith says Gilray Scouts Campsite is not a hotspot for criminal activity. “Very few criminal activity cases have been reported and the owners are re-

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about the accessibility of the campsite and sees it as a place where people can hide. Lotus River, Ottery, Grassy Park Residents’ Association (Logra) chairperson Philip Bam says the overgrown properties pose danger and invite unsavoury activities. “Criminals can hide in the bushes or pull people into the space and overgrown properties attract dumping, household refuse and rats. This affects the well-being of the community, so it’s important for people to maintain their properties,” he says. Bam also says the City of Cape Town usually issues notices to people whose properties are overgrown, but this only happens once someone informs them. Gerrie Buckley, chairperson of Gilray Scouts Campsite, says they’re aware of the overgrown trees and will prune them when they get their machines back from the service company. “We need the tall trees because we use the


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

HUMAN RIGHTS: NEW START AFTER REJECTION

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or every story of heartbreak and rejection at Pride House, there is a story of new beginnings. The gay and lesbian shelter has become a haven for homosexuals who have fallen on hard times or have been rejected because of their sexual orientation and have nowhere else to go. One of only six worldwide, the Oranjezicht shelter offers short-term shelter to members of the gay and lesbian community who find themselves in crisis and in need of some assistance to get their lives back on track. The shelter opened its doors three years ago, after two years of planning. The idea came from research which found there was a need for a shelter to house gay, lesbian and transgendered people, who might find life at other shelters challenging. “Our first residents were pretty much sitting on our doorstep,” says shelter director Andrew Massyn. “A couple from Port Elizabeth had fallen in love and got married. When they told their parents, they were kicked out. They arrived in Cape Town, but the city didn’t open its arms to them.” Other residents have included lesbians seeking a safe haven from gender violence in Khayelitsha and refugees from countries such as Uganda and the Congo. Ashwin had been in a same-sex relationship for over a year when he came out to his family. He was immediately asked to leave the house. “The 45 minutes after I told my aunt were the worst in my life. I received nine phone calls from my mom, dad, brother and uncle,

SAFE SPACE: Pride House provides a shelter for gays and lesbians in crisis. all expressing anger and rejection. Now the only family that still speaks to me are two cousins in London,” he says. Many of the residents in the shelter have experienced rejection from their families. “At night, when the lights are on I can see the house where my family lives. I often wonder: ‘Where do they think I am? How can they just write me off after 24 years?’ But staying here helps me to take my mind off my own problems because I realise everyone

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told me to ‘go straighten out’. I left for Cape Town on the spur of the moment. I only had R200 in my pocket and one acquaintance here,” he says. But after three weeks, Ben has found work and is planning to move out of the shelter as soon as he finds his own place. While the shelter sees 40% of residents finding work while there, the rules are strict, Massyn says. “We’re a crisis shelter and are not there for people who have chosen homelessness as a lifestyle. We help people who have lost their jobs, have drug- and alcohol-related problems, have been kicked out of their home or are refugees. We have a selection process, and offer accommodation for a month,” he says. However, finance remains one of the biggest challenges facing Pride House. “We aren’t able to offer programmes such as alcohol or drug rehabilitation because we don’t have the funding for it,” he says. The Pride Shelter is run by a trust and is a non-profit organisation, dependent on contributions from business, government and private individuals to sustain its operations. For more information on how you can help keep its doors open, phone (021) 423 2871 or email info@pridesheltertrust.co.za.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

OTTERY: MORE THAN 100 UNITS

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ome June next year a housing development will be in full swing in Ottery. The R18m development by the City of Cape Town’s Department of Human Settlements will see the construction of more than 100 housing units. It will be constructed on vacant land which borders Edward and Bruce roads, as well as the Grassy Park Canal. Over the years the notorious land has been the battle ground for many a gang war, with the most recent battle claiming the lives of more than five people – most notably the life of 17-year-old Rafeeq Isaacs in October last year (“Plato set to head for Ottery”, People’s Post, 13 November 2012). The gang violence, believed to be a drug turf war, was between rival gangs the Mongrels and the Eurocats. The two gangs are said to be operating on polar ends of the field. While some residents have welcomed the Edward Road Human Settlement Project, saying it will bring relief to the tension in

the community, others question whether the development will escalate the turf war. Charmaine van Wyk says she was not aware of plans to develop the land. “The development may end the tension and unnecessary shootings,” she says. “And perhaps we will also be considered to own and live in the houses – a dream come true for many people living in council rental stock.” Soraya Ajam agrees with Van Wyk on the prospect of possibly owning a home. “I’m happy the City decided to build homes here as it will give us an opportunity to be homeowners,” she says. “But I am concerned the development may become a reason for more gang violence. The gangs may decide to fight about who will trade there. The gangs always find a way to wreak havoc.” Meanwhile the City describes the development as a “vibrant and safe new housing area. This is part of our vision to enable progress for all by helping to create a sustainable neighbourhood that is safe, well-integrated and beautiful,” says Mayoral Com-

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mittee member for Human Settlements Tandeka Gqada. “We strongly believe this project will be a catalyst for further development, job creation and economic opportunities.” The development will comprise the construction of 104 single- and double-storey units, a creche and designated park areas. Land will also be set aside for agricultural purposes parallel to the Grassy Park canal. Each unit will be about 40m² and contain two bedrooms, a bathroom, an open-plan living and kitchen area, a front stoep, a driveway and a small rear garden. It will be constructed on plots ranging from 80m² to 153m², while it will also allow for future expansion. The development will also see tree-lined one-way streets with traffic calming measures. Most of its beneficiaries will come from people currently residing in a 750m² radius of the development. The Lotus River, Ottery, Grassy Park Civic Association (Logra) was involved in the consultation process of the development, says chairperson Philip Bam. “While we welcome all housing developments in the ar-

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

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rom bringing back a lost lover after a mirror consultation, to a suitcase soon to be filled with millions, and magic sticks to bring good luck or win a lotto. These are some of the services herbal doctors claim to offer and desperate people are losing money hand over fist. Early this week, three men from Uganda appeared in the Cape High Court for allegedly conning a woman out of R121 000. It’s alleged the herbal doctor promised the woman a sum of R3.4m. Her first payment was R50 000, followed by requests for more. She was left with no money, an empty house and had to repay money she borrowed from friends. The three suspects are out on bail. Here is what People’s Post readers had to say about “traditional healers”.

HANNEKA HEN does not believe in herbalists and feels sorry for those who do. “The main targets are young teenage girls who want to go for an abortion, young men and those with money problems.” PHOTO: TARRYN ARNOLD

NATASHA LESTRADE says most herbalists are from other parts of Africa. “They need to be taken away from our country because they are doing us no good. They are targeting vulnerable people knowing that they can get away with the crime.”

FRANS HOFSTANDER says people must think twice. “Herbal doctors can notice when someone is in need of help. They’re tricking them, claiming to help them while they help themselves. This is not right. Government needs to do something.”

HEATH ROGERS says people need to be educated about these “doctors”. “Everywhere you go, you find these papers telling you about getting luck. People should know these are scams.”

RICARDO HORNE says it’s easy to ignore them and pretends they do not exist. “I’ve never been to one. I don't bother taking the pamphlets. I just ignore them. Women are the main targets.”

CHARL FOURIE believes herbalists target specific people. “I won’t touch those pamphlets and will never consider using a herbalist. They target naive and extremely desperate people.”

JABU CELE says he almost fell victim. “I was in Bellville when a herbalist said he could help me communicate with my ancestors. I ran because sometimes they use muthi to make you dumb.”

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ORGANISATION: CLOSURE ‘NOT AN OPTION’

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o ward off a bleak future, the management of the Cape Flats Development Association (Cafda) will introduce steps to rein in finances. These decisions were made at Cafda’s annual meeting last Thursday. The association provides a range of social welfare and development programmes and services which promote stable family and community life. Former acting chairperson Kevin Southgate says the year under review has been a very trying one, considering the economic climate the organisation finds itself in. “This highlighted the board’s resolve to encourage a greater commitment to good governance, transparency and accountability. We adopted a new constitution to ensure we remain a viable and sustainable association,” Southgate says. In December 2012 the association was subjected to a monitoring and evaluation exercise by the Department of Social Development, where a report highlighted shortcomings needing urgent intervention. He says the outcome of the exercise became the catalyst for the board to review their operational and management system. This included introducing a more stringent financial system, introducing a skills audit to ensure

effective service delivery and ensuring that all the Department of Social Development funded posts were filled. “The exercise remains a work in progress and the board remains fully committed to ensuring the association becomes fully compliant within the next financial year. Our shortcoming will be addressed to ensure a solid foundation,” Southgate says. Cafda general manager Jo-Anne Wilson says the 2012/2013 financial year was a battle as the NGO experienced the harsh reality of a financial crisis. “It has become increasingly difficult to manage an NGO from an economic perspective, as business costs increase and the possibility of reducing services to the community becomes more real.” Wilson says the constant competition by organisations for the same funding pool has caused many organisation to reduce or shut their doors. “Although it was a difficult financial year, facing closure was not an option for us. Our dedicated staff has stuck with us no matter how hard times became.” She says the greatest achievement for the association this past year was to remain open to continue rendering the services required by the community. “We look forward to a bright 2013/2014 financial year, in which we will be celebrating 70 years of service to the Cape Flats. We will be celebrating the gift of sharing,

The Western Cape is slowly eating itself to death. The province outweighs the rest of the country when it comes to the dangers of obesity. And the biggest risk groups are adult women and preschool children, says the Association of Dietetics South Africa (Adsa). And this places people at a higher risk of developing chronic diseases such as heart disease, strokes, diabetes and certain forms of cancer. The association says this stems from people eating bigger portions which is high in energy, sugar, fat and salt and not enough of certain food groups. People are eating out and buying take-aways and these meals are usually larger than normal

caring and developing our communities.” Speaking at the meeting, provincial social development minister Albert Fritz says Cafda has done exceptionally well in the last financial year. “There are many people who have no idea about youth develop-

ment, but this association is taking big strides in changing their community for the better,” he says. Fritz adds it is important for government departments to partner with NGOs to ensure the necessary funding is provided to them to carry out the work they do. “I believe it is vital to invest not

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PHUMLANI VILLAGE: STILL A TOSS-UP

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here is still no agreement on who carries the responsibility for the maintenance of the Phumlani Village Community Centre. The centre, a legacy project left by contractors of the Reconstruction and Development Programme (RDP) houses, is believed to be situated on land owned by the City of Cape Town. But there is uncertainty from the City and the community on who must be held accountable for the facility’s maintenance. Described as a “vibrant” centre , it houses a daycare and is the venue for practice sessions for the Phumlani Youth Choir and the Phumlani Village Performing Arts Group, meetings and services of five community churches, Sunday schools and the NGO New Chapter Foundation’s afterschool programmes and feeding scheme. But poor to little maintenance has left the facility in shambles, with gaping holes in the fencing, damaged toilets, no outdoor lighting and towering grass. People’s Post previously reported on the need for maintenance at the centre (“Community centre in need of upkeep,” 27 August). At the time ward councillor Shaun August said both he and South Peninsula Subcouncil chairperson Desiree Mentor were “taking the matter very seriously”. He added they were in the process of con-

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tacting City departments to determine which department is responsible for the centre’s upkeep. But New Chapter Foundation’s Malcolm Josephs claims they have been left in the dark since the article was published. “We have received no feedback from City officials; only one official confirmed the centre does not fall under the auspices of the Department of Social Development.” He says he has emailed both August and Mentor to set up a meeting, but he has not received any response from either official. “While we have managed to have the centre painted and constructed a play park, since the centre’s construction it has not been touched in terms of maintenance,” he says. “At present nobody in the community has anything good to say about the councillor as his involvement is very reactionary. The maintenance of the hall can be used to better his relationship with the community and its leaders.” He suggests the City add the facility to its database for regular maintenance, subsidise electricity and erect new fencing. Following a query to the City, August says: “I am working hard to secure an outcome and as soon as we have clarity we will inform the relevant community. I would like to remind the community this is not a City building; it was built by a contractor as a legacy project and handed over to the community. We, therefore, need to take it over and source a budget for maintenance.”

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

MENTAL HEALTH: RAISING AWARENESS

Human chain B

services are provided, says Cape Mental Health. The increase in children presenting with mental illness is caused by the excessive use of drugs, peer pressure and an absence of family support. The elderly may also find themselves isolated and left alone, leading to anxiety and depression. The cost of private mental healthcare is prohibitive for them. Daniels says community-based services are limited by inadequate funding. “We are committed to providing the very best mental healthcare that funding allows. We are driven by a mission to reach those where services do not exist. This can only happen if additional finances are forthcoming from government and donors.” V Visit www.capementalhealth.co.za.

y 2030 depression will be the leading cause of disability if more funds are not sourced for mental healthcare. To mark Mental Health Month this October, Cape Mental Health organised a human chain in the Company Gardens on Wednesday 23 October. People of all ages, with and without mental disabilities, formed a human chain to show their support. The aim was to highlight the plight for financial assistance for patients from the government. Cape Mental Health director Ingrid Daniels says: “Mental health is one of the leading burdens of disease in this country, yet only a small percentage of the annual health budget is directed to mental health.” Although psychiatric problems exist, few

ADVOCATING A CAUSE: Raising the banner for mental health are, from left, Fadelah Fillander from Mitchell’s Plain, Lucy Ann Namukoko from Mowbray, Harry Thomas from Lansdowne, Ashley le Roux from Mitchell’s Plain and Laura Mauer a German volunteer at Cape Mental Health.PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

GRASSY PARK: THOUSANDS EXPECTED

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10-day festival encouraging community involvement and exposure will take place in December. Plans for the annual Grassy Park Community Festival are underway, and organisers say they are planning a bigger and better event this year. In its 14th year, the festival aims to give unemployed residents an opportunity to garner funds for the Christmas period. “The festival is a platform for unemployed people to set up a stall and trade for an income,” says Lynne Vester of the Grassy Park Community Festival Committee. “We only allow people who are unemployed to trade; no businesses are permitted. We also ensure that at least two struggling NGOs operating in the community have stalls.” Vester adds traders who have been involved in the festival since its inception in 1999 continue to come back. “The stallholders look forward to the opportunity to make some extra money,” Vester says. Last year’s festival drew between 3000 and 4000 people every night, and Vester says they are expecting the numbers to grow even more this year. Although the committee dreams of expanding the event to feature performances or appearances by celebrities and more entertainment for young and old, it is not possible due to a lack of funding. The City of Cape Town currently sponsors the use of the Grassy Park Civic Centre

and supplies electricity free of charge. All funds generated from stallholders hiring their tables go towards the construction of an outdoor stage and the electrician who needs to link the electricity connections to the various stalls. Vester believes the event could draw more feet and expand if they received the necessary support from the City and businesses. “At present we cannot afford to hire artists as all the funds go towards the operational requirements,” she says. “It would be great if the City could sponsor the festival; that way we would be able to get more attractions for the people of Grassy Park.” Ward councillor Shanen Rossouw says she requested that the festival be placed on the City’s database, but this has not been done. “This is a fantastic community-building event. It is opportunity for the community of Grassy Park to be put on to the map,” Rossouw says. “Over the past two years I have been amazed at the number of people attending the event. With more support from the City, the initiative can grow. I want to plea to the City to consider sponsoring this great event.” The festival houses 54 stalls, with just under 15 stalls still available. For entertainment, the committee calls on any residents with talent to sign up to perform. For more information on the festival, to book a stall or to showcase your talent phone Vester on 073 846 6014 or Susan Josephs on (021) 705 4968.


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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

Going where it hurts most The Family Secrets Musical will take to stage at the Masque Theatre from Sunday 10 November to Saturday 16 November. The musical by Preston Jongbloed portrays typical family situations in the form of a musical. In a flip of the script, The Family Secrets is a story is about Tina and her family. After the death of her mother Tina walked away from her dreams and aspirations to see her family excel. Unfortunately, life has dealt her nothing but low blows. Preston has handpicked the all-star cast for this production and has joined hands with artist such as Dominique Adams, Quinton Manuels, Katherine Traut, Obed Plaaitjies, Melissa Johannessen, Natalie Johannes, Lauren Hannie and Westley Maggot. It is directed by David Cornelson. Music produced by gospel singer Neville D and Trevino Isaacs. V Tickets are R100 each and bookings can be made through Computicket. For more information call 076 881 8479.

MENTAL HEALTH: POSITIVE MESSAGE TAKES TO THE SKIES

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here’s more to Africa’s biggest kite festival – the 19th Cape Town International Kite Festival – than meets the eye. Cape Mental Health is the driver behind the festival, which takes place at Muizenberg this weekend (Saturday 2 and Sunday 3 November). People’s Post is the print media partner for the event. Cape Mental Health is South Africa’s oldest mental health organisation and all profits of the event go directly to support their vital services to adults and children in poorly resourced communities in the Western Cape. For the first time, in celebration of the Cape Mental Health centenary, there will be an exclusive night fly on Saturday from 18:30 to 21:00. Tickets for the night fly are R100 and include refreshments. Cape Mental Health director Ingrid Daniels says the theme for the organisation’s centenary year this year is New Horizons – Beyond 100 Years. Daniels says: “We are committed to provide the very best mental healthcare that funding allows, reach those where services do not already exist, challenge discriminatory practices and make mental health a reality for all.” Cape Mental Health helps more than

15 000 people a year with community-based projects throughout the greater Cape Town area, including four Special Care and Education Centres for children with profound intellectual and physical disabilities in Heideveld, Khayelitsha and Mitchell’s Plain; four training workshops for adults with intellectual disability in Athlone, Khayelitsha, Mitchell’s Plain and Retreat; a network of 25 Rainbow Foundation psychosocial community support groups; Fountain House SA in Observatory, a psychosocial work rehabilitation day centre for adults; advocacy groups run by consumers of mental health services; a social work team who provide assessments, counselling and support, skills training, rehabilitation and work opportunities. The cause behind the kites is one of the reasons which kiters from around the world flock to South Africa for the annual festival. “Cape Mental Health has been helping people for 100 years. We’re proud to be associated with their important work, and would not miss this centennial celebration,” says David Gomberg of USA. David and his wife Susan are two of the world’s most well-travelled kiters – they have attended kite festivals in 40 countries and rate Cape Town as one of their favourites.

Other kiters who will be attending the kite festival this weekend include Melissa Muraya from Kenya; Karl and Sara Longbottom (UK), famous for their “flying underpants” and Maarten and Tjitske van Hienen of the Netherlands, who specialise in patchwork kites. Team AeroShark are flying in from Durban to give a Revolution kite team display and festival-goers can expect to see giant animals and other amazing kite creations take to the skies. Primary school children can participate in the EduKite Competition (on Saturday) and local kite-makers are invited to enter the People’s Post Heritage Kite Award on Sunday. Garth Hewitt, advertising manager of WP Media, says: “With kite-making workshops, craft and food stalls, kiddies’ rides and live entertainment, the festival offers fantastic family fun and it is all in aid of a very good cause. Zust off your kites and head down to Muizenberg this weekend – People’s Post will see you there!” Entry is R20 for adults and R10 for children 12 years and under. V For more information visit www.capementalhealth.co.za/kite or call the Festival Hotline on 082 897 8173 or like the Facebook page www.facebook.com/CTKiteFest.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

DONATE BLOOD: ONLY 30 MINUTES

The gift of life This year is year marks the 75th anniversary of the Western Province Blood Transfusion Service/. On 24 October 1938, the first meeting of the Cape Peninsula Blood Transfusion Service was held. Today the organisation is known as one of the longest-running blood transfusion services in Africa. During the 1930s, blood transfusion practice developed swiftly in response an escalating demand driven by the start of World War II. About 200 blood donors enrolled within the first three months. Blood transfusion practice was initially very basic as transfusions were done directly from donor to recipient with only a screen separating them from each other. During its first month of operations, the service performed a mere 30 transfusions. In 1939, the service was fortunate enough to establish its first blood bank. Progress was made and on 1 June 1942 the service obtained its own premises in Cape Town where three donors could be accommodated. At this time blood was collected in glass Horlicks milk bottles, known as the “May Wests”. Donated blood was delivered to government laboratories for cross-match-

ing and it was these laboratories which assisted the service in developing suitable storage techniques and serum processing methods. During 1949, the first mobile unit was put into action. The service began to recruit donors throughout the countryside and this actively prompted the change of name to the Western Province Blood Transfusion Service. The first blood bank beyond the Cape Peninsula’s borders was opened in George on 27 January 1955, followed shortly afterwards by one in Paarl during May and Worcester in September. The increased demand for blood saw a second mobile unit put into action. During the 60s, over 50 000 donors had donated blood in the province and 352 clinics had been visited by the mobile units. In 1969, the service employed 160 staff members, which allowed for the collection and distribution of almost 7 000 units of blood per month. Blood donation takes only 20 to 30 minutes of your time, every 56 days. V SMS “Blood” to 33507 (R1.50) and the WPBTS will call you back with information on where to donate.

PRECIOUS: Teresa McManus (centre), a resident from Diep River, donated her 75th donation on the 75th birthday of the Western Province Blood Transfusion Service on 24 October at the Blue Route Mall Donor Centre. Teresa donated her first unit at the Foreshore during the 1970s. “My dad was a blood donor and I am a nurse, so I have firsthand experience of how precious blood is and how, by donating blood, lives are saved.” To her left is Shamiela Syce (WPBTS donor hostess), with Dr Greg Bellairs (WPBTS CEO / medical director).

HAVE YOUR SAY! REVIEW OF DRAFT SCENIC DRIVE NETWORK MANAGEMENT PLAN: PHASE 1 The City of Cape Town is calling upon interested and affected parties to comment on phase 1 of the reviewed draft scenic drive network management plan. It is envisaged that the plan, once approved, will have policy status which will inform the assessment of development applications on relevant properties. In terms of section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to make representations and/or give input on the draft plan from 1 to 30 November 2013. Comments, input and suggestions may be submitted by: • • • •

Written submission: Spatial Planning and Urban Design Department, PO Box 4511, Cape Town 8000 Fax: 021 400 2862 E-mail: Future.CapeTown@capetown.gov.za 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 input or comments recorded and submitted to the municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit:

HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT UNIVERSAL ACCESS POLICY The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its Draft Universal Access Policy. In terms of section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to make representation and/or give input on the Draft Universal Access Policy from 1 to 30 November 2013. Comments, input and recommendations may be submitted by: • • • •

Fax: 086 544 4450 E-mail: greg.hendricks@capetown.gov.za Written submission: 18th floor, Cape Town Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town 8001 (for attention: Gregory Hendricks) 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 input 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 or

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.

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

The Draft Universal Access Policy will be available on the City of Cape Town website (www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay), at subcouncil offices and at libraries.

Enquiries regarding the draft plan may be directed to Paul Prinsloo at 021 400 9412 or Future.CapeTown@capetown.gov.za. It will be available on the City of Cape Town’s website www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at libraries.

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V Grassy Park: The Grassy Park Klawerjas Club will host a karaoke at the Grassy Park Hotel from 20:00 until late. Cost is R20. No platters or drinks will be allowed as these are on sale at the venue. For further information phone Chris van der Vent on 073 301 3702.

Thursday 7 November

V Steenberg: Wesley United AFC will host a karaoke jazz evening at Coniston Park Hall in Military Road from 08:00 until 13:00. Tickets are R30 and DJ Playtime will entertain guests. Call Kenny on 072 650 4213. Saturday 2 November V Heathfield: Heathfield Pre-school will host an Open Day from 09:00 until noon. Call (021) 712 0401 for more details. V Steenberg: Aldersgate Methodist Church will host its annual bazaar on the corner of Abraham and Choir streets. Food stalls, fruit and vegetables, as well as bargains galore can be expected. There will also be fun and games for the children. The bazaar starts at 10:00. Call Charles Rushin on 083 685 8290. Sunday 3 November

V Vrygrond: The Sector 1 Community Police sub-forum meeting will take place at Capricorn Primary School at 19:00. The sub-forum covers Vrygrond, Overcome Heights, Costa da Gama, Capricorn Beach and Pelican Heights. Phone Constable Thandisizwe Kili on 082 522 1217. Sunday 10 November V Lavender Hill: Southern Hills Baptist Church in Wilma Road will hold the On fire for Jesus Christ campaign. Services are on Sunday at 08:30 and 17:00 and Monday to Wednesday at 19:30. Call Pastor Erasmus on 081 457 3996. Thursday 14 November V Sheradon Park: The Sector 2 Community Policing Forum meeting will be held at Steenberg Church of Christ, Corner of Military Road and Diamond Drive at 18:30. The forum covers Coniston Park and Sheradon Park. Phone Constable Jason Pieterse on 082 522 2554 for more information. Saturday 23 November

V Schaapkraal: Help Mekaar Umrah Jamaa will hold a fundraising eat ’n treat at Stardome Hall in Vlei Road at 13:00. Tickets cost R100. The group mostly consists of senior citizens and unemployed Mitchell’s Plain residents intending to tour Palestine, Medina and Mecca. A three-course meal will be served. Call Yusuf on 079 892 2535 for more information.

V Grassy Park: The League of Friends of the Blind (Lofob) will host Tread4Sight to fundraise for their pre-schoolers. Participants can run on the treadmill or cycle for R20 a minute or donate R400. The event will take place at Lofob Centre, corner of Klip Road and First Avenue. Contact www.lofob.org.za or tread4sight@lofob.org.za.

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Last stretch

Twelve years of school steadily comes to a conclusion as the matrics started their final exams this week. It is their last lap at stomping grounds they know well, surrounded by teachers who have parented them and friends most have known since Grade 1. Twelve years ago proud moms and dads wiped away a tear as they released their little ones into the care of teachers. Looking at them now, all grown up, it is hard to believe how time has flown. Fast-forward to today and those same parents are likely heaving a sigh of relief that this stage of their childrens’ lives are nearing closure. With the matric dances just a memory for some, it is now time to knuckle down and get the information overload onto paper to pass those final exams. There is stress, families are on lockdown, outings and social commitments are placed on the backburner. The wise, the hardworking and the worried would have drawn the word “cancelled” through favourite TV programmes and turned down invitations. They know they can play catch-up at a later stage. Houses are quiet; matrics are studying. Some may have “easy” exams, while others cringe at the thought of writing those lesser liked subjects. According to the Department of Basic Education the start of the National Senior Certificate exams went smoothly. This is reportedly in spite of early disruptions in the Western and Eastern Cape. Passing matric is the first rung on the education ladder. A big world awaits. One in which the seniors of this year have to dig deep within their survival resources to make new friends, get used to new programmes, acclimatise to life as students at tertiary institutions and even learn to live on their own on residence. Gone will be the teacher drumming into heads reminders to hand in assignments and tests. Good luck, matrics. And don’t be surprised to find you actually miss school.

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People’s Post is published by WP Newspapers, a subsidiary of Media24. GRASSY PARK 21 833 copies distributed Tuesdays to the following areas: Fairways, Grassy Park, Ottery, Parkwood, Zeekoevlei, Lotus River, Montague’s Gift and Schaapkraal. OTHER EDITIONS People’ Post also has the following nine stand-alone editions: Woodstock / Maitland (16 391) Mitchell’s Plain (83 340) Retreat (23 423) False Bay (30 972) Lansdowne (21 130) Athlone (30 252) Constantia / Wynberg (30 069) Claremont / Rondebosch (30 843) Atlantic Seaboard / City (29 246) Total print order: 318 495 WHOM TO CONTACT NEWS EDITOR: Mandy King Email: mandy.king@peoplespost.co.za SPORT: Liam Moses Email: liam.moses@peoplespost.co.za ADVERTISING MANAGER: Garth Hewitt Email: ghewitt@tygerburger.co.za MAIN BODY ADVERTISING: Silvana Hendricks Tel: 021 910 6500 Classified Advertising: 0860 117 520 PRESS CODE, CORRECTIONS People’s Post subscribes to the South African Press Code and we are committed to journalism that is honest, accurate, fair and balanced. Under our editorial policy, we invite readers to comment on the newspaper’s content and we correct significant errors as soon as possible. Please send information to the Editor at post@peoplespost.co.za or phone 021 910 6500. Alternately, please contact the Ombudsman of Media24’s Community Press, George Claassen at george.claassen@media24.com or 083 543 2471. Complaints can also be sent to the SA Press Ombudsman on telephone 021 851 3232 or via email khanyim@ombudsman.org.za or johanr@ombudsman.org.za

Sport success requires hard training Death penalty so ordained

I am by no means a sportsperson, but I do know that to participate in sport you have to be physically fit to perform and so be the perfect player the public pays to support. In 1978, I left my home in Cape Town an overweight, unfit person for the Railway Police College in Esselen Park in the then Transvaal. In a few days, under the instruction of numerous instructors, I became a fit person while doing physical training such as running, drilling, swimming, physical training/exercises and cross-country marathons. I was able to run after the fleetest criminal and apprehend and arrest them because of my physical training. A soccer or rugby field is too small for the coach to get their players to peak toughness and fitness. After thorough medical examinations, coaches and referees should take players to

sand dunes to run, kick or pass balls to each other so that that ball becomes part of the players’ bodies physically and mentally. The players have to run cross-country marathons while passing the balls to each other. The players will have to attend Army obstacle courses to build up stamina. There should be daily visits to their gyms to harden and tone all the muscles so that these players of steel can perform their best on the playing fields. During these sessions the trainers and players must forget a player’s star status. They must be treated like trainees and a trainee needs tough training to be a perfect product drenched in sweat. The other training needs can be done on the playing fields. Supporters are entitled to the fittest, best trained players playing for them. KEITH BLAKE, Ottery

School violence: find a better solution (Guateng MEC for Education) Barbra Creesy’s intention to expel violent (pupils) from schools is a sad reflection of the level of indiscipline in schools. This drastic measure had to be taken when one considers the harm and havoc these (children) have caused teachers and their fellow (pupils). These (pupils) have made teaching and learning a nightmare when it should be a pleasure. The unruly situation is responsible for the high stress levels among our teachers and the poor performance by (pupils). Principals seem to have little control over (such pupils) in the absence of stringent laws and rules to deal with (them). The measure by the MEC had to be taken to bring about the much-needed discipline and order in our schools to produce upstanding citizens to inherit this country. Expelling children from school is not going to solve the problem because they will only add to the number of young aimless thugs and gangsters, who will continue to terrorise ordinary innocent citizens and school children. They will eventually become hardened criminals and a bane to society. Jails aren’t the answer. Apart from being overcrowded, jails are the breeding ground

for drug addiction and gangsterism. We need to address our schooling system for many of our (pupils), who are not suitable for academic learning. A vast majority of (pupils) from sub-economic areas suffer from a range of learning and mental disorders as a result of drug abuse, malnutrition, parental neglect, single parenting, overcrowding and parental substance abuse. Many of these children enter into secondary schools totally illiterate. At secondary school, they cannot follow what is being taught, so they become frustrated, turn to drugs and become an absolute menace in the class. The few good (pupils) suffer when teachers cannot do their job properly because of the disturbance and havoc caused by (other) children. We need to put an end to compulsory promotion and build more skills schools for children with learning disorders. If we can free our courts from dealing with the burden of the ever rising number of delinquent children, the courts can focus on the real criminals and rapists, who have been besieging the citizens of this country for the past few decades in the absence of effective policing. DR E V RAPITI, Mitchell’s Plain

The difficulty with many of the ideas relating to the debate on crime is often the absence of the concept of evil or injustice. The Abrahamic faiths Judaism, Christianity and Islam believe the death penalty for murder and such crimes is a divine instruction. Rooting out evil or injustice was never easy. Historically when the followers of Moses and Solomon rejected divine mandates, God instructed the prophets to wage war against their own people. To compel Arabs to practice justice, Muhammed also waged war. To establish justice and to eradicate evil, every messiah needed to change their immediate environment. In South African we are hemmed in by the evil and injustice of criminality. This includes massive political and business corruption. The Abrahamic faith suggests humans have the capability to rise above the status of an angel, but also the ability to fall beneath that of an animal. By undermining divine principles of justice, such as the death penalty, our system of justice has been compromised. The current system seeks to compromise with criminals while trying to create a safe environment. Since society has rejected centuries of divine wisdom, the chickens are now coming home to roost. Protesting against the abuse of women and children with placards has limited value. South Africans assumed the environment that we require would create itself. We obviously made a mistake as eradicating evil requires messianic determination. Those who reject society’s values with murderer’s violence must be permanently removed. While South Africans remain divided along lines of race, class and religion, injustice will flourish and feed on our collective fears. Those who stand firm against evil and injustice must insist on the return of the death penalty for crimes such as murder. COUNCILLOR YAGYAH ADAMS, CAPE MUSLIM CONGRESS


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RYLANDS ESTATE: R800.000excl Mais, 3Beds(1xBics), Lnge OPFK, F/Bath, G/Flat, Carport, Encl, Plot 221m, S/Gates. SUBI 082 336 7639

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OTTERY: R450.000excl Inside security complex, Semi, 2Beds, LOPFFK, F/Bath, 2x P/Bays, Encl. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

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ATHLONE: R720.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Tiled roof, Plot 427m, Hse 60m. NAJWA 082 377 7027

WELCOME ESTATE: R650.000neg Secured Plot with 1Bedroom, Kitchen, and F/Bath, 433m. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

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GLEEMORE ESTATE: R1295.000excl 4Beds, F/s, Ent. Hall, Inter leading Mes, FK, F/Bath, Close to all amenitiesl HEATHER 072 374 9801

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3 Bed Home with Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Fam Bath Fazlyn 073 184 2535 R359 000 Rocklands Fully Enclosed 2 Bed House with a Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Garage parking for 1 Car. Candice 071 156 5672

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

Two Oceans entries now open Over R1-million in prize money will be up for grabs at next year’s 45th annual Old Mutual Two Oceans Ultra Marathon. In addition to the R250 000 prize money that can be won by the men’s and women’s ultra marathon winners, title sponsor Old Mutual will add an additional R1m to the winning male and female runners who break the record for the 56km ultra marathon. Ralph Mupita, CEO for Old Mutual emerging markets, says: “We want to encourage top runners from around the world to come and compete in the biggest road running event on the African continent.” The men’s record of 3:03:44 was set in 1988 by road running legend Thompson Magawana, while Frith van der Merwe set the women’s record of 3:30:36 a year later. The closest any male runner has come since then is Zimbabwean Marko Mambo, who ran 3:05:39 in 2005. While Russian Olesya Nurgalieva ran the second fastest women’s time in 2008 when she crossed the finish line in 3:34:53. The marathon will take place on Saturday 19 April 2014, and the entry limit of 11 000

runners is expected to be reached. Online entries for the Ultra Marathon opened on Tuesday 15 October. To qualify for participation in the ultra marathon, runners must have completed at least one full marathon (42.2km) since July, in a time of less than five hours. Runners do not have to pre-qualify to enter and can submit their qualifying times at a later stage. South African entrants are also required to belong to a registered running club and have a valid running licence. No temporary licences will be issued. Race organisers have introduced a phased approach to the 2014 Half Marathon entries, which includes application into an entry draw in January. Trail Run entries will open at 10:00 on Monday 2 December, with an entry limit of 400 runners for the 10km and 22km trail runs. For more information on how to enter visit www.twooceansmarathon.org.za. Entry forms can also be downloaded from the website. This will be the 15th year Old Mutual sponsors the prestigious road race.

Calling all female footy players Santos Football Club will hold trials for its women’s teams at the Academy in Imam Haron (formerly Lansdowne) Road, Lansdowne at 16:00 on Wednesday 13 November. All female players born in 1995 or later are

invited to attend. Players must take along their own kit, boots and equipment. For more information contact Marion February on (021) 696 8185 or info@santosfc.co.za.

Party with Woodlands United Woodlands United will celebrate its 21st anniversary at the Rocklands Civic Centre on Saturday 2 November at 19:00. Entertainment will be provided by a band and DJ.

For more information on the anniversary event or to book your place, phone Mary Jagers on 084 665 2119, Wilfred Johnson on 082 699 3930 or Wayne Carstens on 082 372 3714.

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NO CLASHING: Sixteen brand new kits were handed over to the Safa Cape Town SAB League teams on Sunday 27 October. Pictured, from left, are Safa CT regional coordinator Lwandile Qatyana, Safa Western Cape chairperson Gerald Don and SAB’s corporate social investment coordinator Rowan Dunne. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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ape Town SAB League teams will kick off the new season with brand new kit sponsored by South African Breweries (SAB). The kit was handed over to SAB League teams from all the regions in Safa Western Cape at ceremony on Sunday. The SAB League is the largest Safa development league in the country. It aims to identify and nurture young sporting talent at grassroots level, offering the opportunity for them to move through the ranks of professional football. Sylvester Ndaba, SAB’s national corporate social investment specialist, says development has been a key element of the sponsorship. “At the heart of this commitment is the company’s 13-year investment in the country’s largest grassroots league,

playing host to over 30 000 players,” he says. “The SAB League aims to continue playing a critical role in developing South Africa’s future football stars and football at grassroots level.” This is the first year teams will receive official SAB League kits. There are 16 teams in each Safa region in the province, meaning that a total of 96 kits were delivered to the Cape Town, Eden, West Coast, Winelands, Central Karoo and Overberg offices. The kits are valued at close to R300 000. “As part of the continuous development of the league, we thought it critical to provide apparel for the teams, which they do not only need, but also gives them a professional look and improves their level of confidence,” Ndaba says.

Bright young stars to be honoured Beacon Pirates FC will host its junior presentation at The Farm Recreational Centre in Lentegeur on Saturday 2 November at 14:00.

Call Waleed Majiet 083 508 4611/office 021 696 4114

All registered junior players and their parents are asked to attend. For more information call Rieshkah Adams on 084 616 1567.

A chance to play for Milano Milano United will hold under-15 trials at Rooikrans Sports Complex in Grassy Park at 16:30 on Friday 1 November.

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PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK Thursday, 31 October 2013

Hockey stars honoured T wo of Central Hockey Club’s most promising products were recently recognised for their outstanding skill and work ethic. Quanita Bobbs and Pierre de Voux were crowned Stellenbosch University Sportswoman and Sportsman of the Year respectively. The university has funded the Athlone based club’s annual youth hockey festival as part of its Schools Partnership Project for the last five years. The project also sees coaches from the university made available for training at the club. Ron Hendrickse, president at Central when the partnership was formed, says the club is “over the moon” about the awards. “At Central we are very involved in primary school outreach, as well as the transition from primary to high school,” he says. “(The university’s) financial and educational support is highly valued, especially in a time when funding is extremely difficult to access.” Although Central is not a school, it provides opportunities for hundreds of school children from the Cape Flats. The university’s vice rector Professor Julian Smith says Central Hockey Club are

perfect partners for the programme. “It satisfies all the requirements we had in mind – proven and future sustainability, investment in the youth, the ability to identify, develop and invest in talent, the promotion of education through sport and sensitivity to educational, social and sport inequalities of the past,” he says. Over the years a considerable number of Central players have joined Maties as staff members and students. A prominent example is Maties men’s team head coach Kurt Cerfonteyne, who was a national under-21 men’s hockey coach and assistant coach for the men’s senior national team. Another is Nicholas Pereira who started out as an under-13 player at Central and went on to achieve a BSc Honours degree in Physiotherapy from the university. Bobbs and de Voux are both looking forward to the World Cup and Commonwealth Games in 2014 and the Olympics in 2016. Besides all their sporting commitments, they have to study hard like any other Matie. Bobbs is a second-year BComm student, while Pierre is completing a master’s degree in electrical engineering.

TOP PERFORMERS: Hockey players Pierre de Voux and Quanita Bobbs were recently crowned Stellenbosch University Sportsman and Sportswoman of the Year respectively. Both players started playing hockey at Central Hockey Club in Athlone.

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A-HEAD OF THE GAME: Santos’ Tshepo Mabua wins a header ahead of Milano United’s Shamiel Philander during a National First Division match at Athlone Stadium on Saturday. The derby finished in a goalless draw. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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