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Wall comes tumbling down – again Dangerous curve on De Wet Road drives resident around the bend MELISSA LE ROUX


RESIDENT of Ottery East, Marco Davids, who lives on De Wet Road, is “fed-up” with having to constantly repair his damaged walls after speeding cars smash into them. Davids, who lives on the sharp bend on De Wet Road, has been living on the dangerous curve for nine years, and in the past six years, five cars have crashed into his boundary five times. “The problem is that it’s ongoing, and there’s no way to prevent it,” he says. The latest accident occurred at midday on Wednesday 25 May, when a BMW crashed through Davids’ wall, almost ending up in his back yard. Each time a car smashes through Davids’ property, it costs between R7 000 and R10 000 to have the damages repaired, expenses he has had to foot himself as not all the accidents are covered by his insurance. Three of the accidents were hit and runs, where the perpetrators could not be identified, and the other two accidents were “so extreme the cars couldn’t even move because of the damage to them”, says Davids. He fears for the safety of his children, who are afraid to play in their yard. “I have two children – one nine and the other four. They are too afraid to play outside in the yard; they fear that a car might come crashing through the wall,” he says. Davids has sent numerous emails and has made calls to the City of Cape Town, pleading with them to do something about the dangerous road. The ward councillor then, George March, was also approached by Davids. “However, I dealt directly with the City more than I involved the local councillor,” he says. The City’s Head of Transport Network Development, Sean Glass, says the sharp bend itself acts as a traffic calming measure, as it

cannot be negotiated at high speed. “It is likely that the drivers who left the road while negotiating the bend, did so because they did not perceive the hazard ahead and lower their speed accordingly,” he says. People’s Post reported on a previous accident (“De Wet Road needs immediate attention”, 16 January 2007) which occurred in the early hours of Tuesday 9 January 2007. The family was startled and asked the City for help. However, to this day, nothing “effective” has been done to make the road safer for the family and surrounding houses in the community. “I’m forking out money every time a car comes through my wall. The City had trees removed for visibility, but it’s not visibility that is the problem. “The problem is that the bend is way too sharp and my house is built close to the road – a malfunction in the design,” he says. NO BARRIER: A car crashed through the Davids family’s property in De Wet Road, Ottery, on Wednesday The notorious road was in the 25 May – the fifth such accident since 2005. Photo: Supplied spotlight after three accidents in 18 months in 2007, and was visited by March “A sign isn’t going to help, because road and will be improved. This will assist the and Phillip Bam, chairperson of Lotus River, signs are so often ignored or disobeyed,” he driver in making adjustments in good time.” Ottery, Grassy Park Ratepayers’ and Resi- laments. The improvements on the warning signs dents’ Association. “In situations like this, the City’s approach will be done according to the City’s budgetary One of the proposed solutions was the cut- is the provision of a high level of warning allocations in the near future. ting down of the trees along the bend to im- signs to alert drivers to the sharp curve prove visibility, which People’s Post reported in the road, so that they can take the on (“Trees felled to improve visibility”, 26 necessary action to negotiate it safely,” June 2007). says Glass. Davids says it is essential that speed humps “While a sharp curve chevron is in are placed on the road, as this is the only way place at this location already, the warto get motorists to slow down. ning signage approaching the bend can

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Startime hits the stage Soup and a smile from People’s Post ENTERTAINMENT powformed at some of the top erhouses are doing their fifive-star hotels in Spain, nal rehearsals in preparawill also hit the stage. tion for a musical extravaBronwen Mintoor, from ganza heading to the Brackenfell, has chosen a Joseph Stone Auditorium very exciting music tribin two weeks’ time. ute for her audience and The “Startime Variety is ready to dazzle. Spectacular” will feature Rory’s Dream Team, seven top-class acts perwhich consists of four talforming for one night only ented dancers, will showin the heart of Athlone. case various dance styles Headlining the show on which include modern Saturday 17 June is Caroljazz, Latin, freestyle and Leigh, who has performed others. The group is led by as a supporting act to Simchoreographer, Rory Maply Red, Bon Jovi and Dirais. onne Warwick. The talentSinger Deeno will add ed singer is an experienced that extra touch of class showstopper, and is able to with his renditions of bring any song to life. beautiful love ballads. Also taking to the stage Jayson King will host will be Hilton Gelderbloand sing some of his faem, who has been a firm favourite songs in the style vourite for many years. of Elvis Presley, Julio IgThe man with the big THE ENTERTAINER: Jayson King will lesias, Jerry Lee Lewis voice has been likened to be hosting “Startime” at the Joseph and Nat King Cole. Andy Williams, and boasts Stone Auditorium. Photo: Supplied Tickets are R75. an unforgettable voice. This show is available Exciting new singer, Zurayda, will let her for fundraising; call Naju on (021) 633-4299 for moves do the talking with her version of block-bookings. “Sway”, a hit by the Pussycat Dolls. For more information, email maineA lady with tons of experience, having per-

PEOPLE’S POST served up more than just newspapers last Tuesday, when the publication extended a warm hand, conversation and hearty cups of soup to appreciative Lotus River residents. The newspaper’s staff set up base on the corner of Buck Road and 5th Avenue in Lotus River, providing a warm meal on a cold and rainy day. The delicious broth was made by the ladies of the Spirit of Grace Family Church in Blackbird Avenue, Parkwood, who host their own weekly soup kitchen.

People’s Post staff members, Shamil Or­ rie and Ba­ deroonisa Lakay. dish up the soup to be handed out to commu­ nity mem­ bers.

Ladies from the Spirit of Grace Family Church in Parkwood, from left, Frie­ da Williams, Margret Abra­ hams and Irene Fisher with People’s Post’s Theresa Lawrence but­ tering the bread. In the background is Karen Peiser, also from the newspaper.

Members of the commu­ nity sit along the pave­ ment en­ joying the warm soup.

Winter ball for all THE Lupus Samaritan Group will be hosting a fundraising Winter Ball titled “Lang arm” on Friday 1 July at Pollsmoor Recreation Hall in Tokai at 19:30. The entry fee is R90, and the entertainment will be provided by the Strand Combo

Uniting of ‘old’ players ALL former Glenville Professional players, Spurs old boys of the 1970s/1980s, and

band. Attendees to bring along own platter and drinks. For more information, contact Frank and Patricia Gordon on (021) 715-3400, (021) 700-1149 or 076 733 9806, Mervyn and Vanessa on 082 458 6154 or (021) 712-8317, or Roy Coller on 072 210 3478.

all past amateurs are invited to attend a reunion on Friday 10 June at the Stephanians Club House in Ottery at 19:00. Attendees are to bring along their own platter and a cash bar will be available. For more information on the event, contact Vincent Naude on 082 663 7240.

Calling all ex-students FAIRMOUNT Secondary School in Grassy Park will be celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. The school will be starting a Fairmount Alumni, and calls upon all ex-students to become part of the association.

Praise and worship THE Catholic Charismatic Church for the Southern Region is hosting Pentecost Sunday on 12 June at St Mary’s (OLPH)

If you are an ex-student of the school, contact Mr N Smit on 082 778 8070 or email by Friday 10 June. A planning meeting will be held at the school on Monday 20 June from 19:00 to 20:00.

Church in Retreat Road. Praise and worship will commence at 14:30 and Mass at 15:00. Inquiries to Natalie Webber on 072 445 5969.


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New councillor, new start MELISSA LE ROUX

BEFORE the new ward councillors were elected during municipal elections on Wednesday 18 May, Schaapkraal residents expressed their unhappiness with the service of their former councillor. Residents of Ward 80 have now elected a new councillor, Thembinkosi Pupa, to tackle service delivery problems in the area. In the previous term, residents claimed that ward councillor, Moses Baskiti, was not doing a proper job. They said their many complaints were not being addressed by him (“Community looks for ‘missing’ councillor”, People’s Post, 10 May). With the elections over, the paper interviewed new ward councillor, Pupa, and asked him about his plans for the community. He says he intends assisting “everyone in the community” and wants to develop “the best possible relationship” with the people in his ward. Although Pupa has not yet visited Schaapkraal, he says he will be doing so. “I was contacted by the local

residents’ association last week. I made an appointment with them and they will be showing me around in the week.” He says getting to know the community and the “gist of the issues, before I can start to tackle them” is close to his heart. Community leader and vice chairperson of the Schaapkraal Civic and Environmental Association, Nazeer Sonday, says residents expect the councillor to be more involved in the community. “We hold meetings once a month, and we hope the new councillor will be attending these meetings. We are more than happy to help him familiarise himself with the community, and we can take him around to show him the various problem areas,” he says. Sonday adds that he has contacted the local subcouncil office to gain information about Pupa, as they know nothing about him. “It’s important that our organisation has the support of the councillor in order to get things done. We represent everybody in the community, and it’s imperative for the councillor to build rela-

tionships with the people. “You can’t judge a person before they started to tackle the problems; before they start to work. We would like to come face to face with our new councillor and ask him questions about what he sees as a way forward for our community. “We will give him some time to adjust; we are just hoping that he will be a good councillor,” he says. Pupa says that during his term as councillor, he intends to help everyone in his ward. “I want people to know me, and me them, in order to have the best possible relationship. The people of the community know more than me, and I need them to help me help them. I like to work with people who are willing to work with me.” Pupa adds that he will make it a priority to attend the Schaapkraal Civic and Environmental Association’s meetings. He can be reached on 078 775 8025.

Schools compete in literacy competition THE first phase of the Growsmart literacy competition continued on Saturday 21 May when its second round took place at Parow High School. The competition is a corporate social investment project by Growthpoint Properties, and was designed to support the Western Cape Education Department’s strategy to improve literacy levels in schools. The first phase of the competition sees 20 primary schools participate in each one of the six rounds which make up the first phase. In this round of the competition, the students were asked to spell, define and construct sentences using words selected from newspapers which they were required to read. The schools that advanced to the second phase of the competition are Vergenoegd Primary, Zerilda Primary, Sea View Primary and Nor-

IN GOOD COMPANY: Here Mickayla Williams, Maxine Fortune, Imaan Sus­ man from Stephen Road Primary School in Lotus River can be seen with the competition host Soli Philander, a radio and tv personality. Photo: Adele Kruger wood Central Primary. The final rounds of the first phase will take place on Saturdays 11 and

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GROW: Johnike Fortuin, Imaan Jacobs and Na­ waal Sasman represented Perivale Prima­ ry School in Lo­ tus River. Photo: Adele Kruger


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Avon lady hits the high notes MELISSA PAPIER

A CAPE TOWN mother of two is living her dream as she contends for the title of the Avon Cosmetics My Voices Competition winner. To celebrate 125 years in the business, the company decided in January to host a global competition for its loyal representatives and consumers. Entrants who believe they can sing had to post a 30-second video of themselves singing on the website. From there 180 contestants were selected globally. GOD­GIVEN TALENT: Lynne Brooks has her Lynne Brooks, a Fair- sights set on singing in Hollywood.Photo: Roger ways resident formerly Sedres/Image SA from Westridge, outshone thousands of contestants to be posted for round two. Brooks become one of six South African has progressed to round two of the representatives in the competi- competition.Round three will take tion – Brooks is the only one from place in Hollywood, where the Cape Town. contestants will meet the judges Chatting to People’s Post, and receive vocal training. The fiBrooks describes herself as a “fun- nals is set to take place in New loving, easy-going person who York in December. loves to have a good time”. Brooks says her faith, and muShe explains that her journey sic, helped her through her darkwith Avon started when she est hour. The biggest challenge signed up as a representative. she had to overcome was when she “My team leader went through was diagnosed with sarcoidosis in the Let’s Talk (the Avon catalogue) her legs five years ago. with me and saw the advert and Sarcoidosis is a disease in asked me if I could sing. I took the which swelling (inflammation) occatalogue home and showed my curs in the lymph nodes, lungs, husband, and he immediately told liver, eyes, skin or other tissues. me: ‘You are going to enter and I’m “It was the most painful and not taking no for an answer.’ challenging time in my life. My “I entered the competition be- two children were still babies and cause I love to sing, as singing has I could not take care of them the the ability to change any dark situ- way I used to. I remember lying in ation into light, any sad situation bed for two weeks and could not into joy and it also has the ability move around much. The only to inspire and encourage,” she thing that kept me going was the says. The first round of the compe- grace of God and music. Today I tition took place in Paris, where am completely recovered from contestants received a make-over sarcoidosis.” and had a chance to record two She adds that her dream is to videos, one of which was posted on have a huge live concert with lots the Avon website. of lights, the best sound system, Once the video is posted, regis- big screens and her fans singing tered voters have the chance to along to her music. vote for their favourite person. “My favourite songs that inThe voting period closed last Fri- spire me are ‘One moment in time’ day 20 May for the first round, and and ‘The Impossible dream’, and Brooks is awaiting the results. Whitney Houston is the artist who Voters have a month to cast has inspired me vocally,” she their votes. The second video will says.


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Pollsmoor’s young offenders bare their souls Young prisoners warn school pupils against drug abuse and bad behaviour


ROUND 100 of Pollsmoor Prison’s youngest inmates gathered to give emotional testimonies of how and why they ended up in prison at an event held on Thursday 2 June last week. The event commemorated National Child Protection Week, and was attended by several high-ranking government officials, including Correctional Services minister, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula, Social Development minister, Bathabile Dlamini, and Correctional Services national commissioner, Tom Moyane. The proceedings started with prayers by both a pastor and a Moulana, before the guests were welcomed by James Smalberger, the regional commissioner of Correctional Services in the Western Cape. Azola Ntsizikalo (20) was the first young offender to speak about his experience in prison and what led to his conviction. Ntsizikalo described how his bad behaviour led to him being kicked out of his family home, becoming a drug addict and resorting to crime to feed his addiction to tik.

Children from several schools also attended the event, and Ntsizikalo warned them not to follow the path that led to his downfall. “I'm looking at you and you look so beautiful in your school uniforms,” said Ntsizikalo. “I hope that you make the best out of what you have.” Ntsizikalo also described his life in prison – saying that when the structured programmes stopped at 16:00, the prison changed from a “constructive” environment to a “destructive” one involving “gangs and tattoos”. After Ntsizikalo spoke, the 100 other young offenders were given the opportunity to share their stories about how they came to be in Pollsmoor. A young female inmate, who was due to be released the following day, said that she would not make the same mistakes once she left the prison. “I can’t blame anyone for me being here. Peer pressure had something to do with it, but it had more to do with me trying to be clever,” she said. “But now the people that I was trying to impress by committing crimes won’t even come and visit me or phone me. When you’re in

When you’re in here, the only people who care about you are your parents

Back to basics A CRUSADE with the theme “Back to the Basics of Life” will be held from Monday 6 June to Friday 10 June at the St Clements Hall in Lake Road, Grassy Park, at 07:30. The vision of the crusade is to “unite the churches of God” by

reaching out to the “unsaved, downtrodden, drug addicts, alcoholics and the backsliders”. Participants must be prepared to give a word of testimony or an item in song. For more information, contact Pastor Patrick Julie, on (021) 706-5303 or 083 348 1573.

here, the only people who care about you are your parents.” Several other young offenders also spoke about why they ended up in prison, and what they would do to change their lives when they were released. One of the most common reasons expressed by the inmates was losing or being abandoned by their parents at a young age. Peer pressure and a desire to impress friends was also a recurring theme in the stories. Most of the inmates spoke emotionally, and some broke into tears when describing their reasons for committing crimes. The parents of some of the young offenders were also present at the event. One mother of an inmate directed a tear-filled message at all the young offenders present. “I am very sad that my child is in prison,” she said. “I just want to tell the children that they should just look forward and never look back, because noone deserves to be here.” Mapisa-Nqakula told the inmates that speaking about their troubles would help them to move on with their lives. “The beginning of the healing process is admitting that you made wrong choices, choices that have landed you here in a correctional facility. You don’t belong here, but because of the mistakes you made you have landed here,” she said. Mapisa-Nqakula added that the offenders should take advantage of the free electricity, water, food and

DANCE: Deen “D’Low” Louw, a Mitchell’s Plain musician, leads some of the high­ranking government officials who attended the event in song. From right to left are Nontsikelelo Jolingana, the chief deputy commissioner of Correc­ tional Services, Bathabile Dlamini, the minister of Social Development, Nosiviwe Mapisa­Nqakula, the minister of Correctional Services, and Tom Moyane, national commissioner of Correctional Services. Photo: Liam Moses education to study and complete their schooling, because many students outside Pollsmoor were forced to go through their schooling without their basic needs being met. Deen “D’Low” Louw, a Mitchell’s Plain musician who recently ran

for councillor in Ward 99, was also present at the event, and entertained the crowd with poetry and music. The speeches were followed by a tour of the mother-and-child unit of the prison, where 12 mothers are incarcerated with their babies.

Young entrepreneurs market ALL budding young entrepreneurs aged between 13 and 20 are invited to be part of a Youth Market Day on Thursday 16 June at the OIS Centre in Old Strandfontein

Road, Ottery, from 10:00 to 15:00. Registration closes on Monday 13 June. There are lots of prizes up for grabs. Youth stalls cost R30 and adult

stalls cost R100 (limited to kids products/services). To book a stall, call (021) 7041462, 074 106 0713 or email

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Strike a pose, baby ST AUGUSTINE’S Church in Lotus River will be hosting a baby photo competition to raise funds for the church. The photo shoots for the competition will take place on Saturday 11 June from 10:00 to 16:00, and on Sunday 12 June from 14:00 to 16:30. The cost of each entry is R30. The age categories for the competition are three to six months, six to 12 months, 12 to 18 months and 18 to 24 months.There are great prizes to be won.Contact Donald on 079 103 3307 or Yolanda on 083 874 8201.

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Body of woman dumped

DESTROYED: Only the gates survived the blaze at Print Base in Victoria Road. Photo: Melissa Le Roux

CINDERS: Nearly everything was burnt to a crisp in the shop. This picture shows what was left of the inside of the building. Photo: Melissa Le Roux

Fire destroys shop MELISSA LE ROUX

A DEVASTATING fire broke out on Friday 3 June at a local shop, Print Base, in Victoria Road, Grassy Park, destroying everything in its path. The fire started at about 01:00, while the owner, Donald Ernstzen (47) – who lives on the premises – was asleep. According to Grassy Park Police Station spokesperson, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, Ernstzen sustained minor injuries, including burns to his hand, blisters on his ears and smoke inhalation. He was taken to Tygerberg Hospital and is in a stable condition. The cause of the fire is unknown, and a case of arson has been opened by Grassy Park police. A resident who wishes to remain anonymous, says the owner moved from his home to be closer to his business. “Now

this happened. We don’t know what the cause of the fire was, but this business was recently a target for criminals,” she says. However, Kleinsmith says police have no reports of robberies or any other criminal attacks on the business. When People’s Post visited the burnt remains of the business yesterday, everything had been destroyed, with just the smell of smoke lingering in the air. The shop’s roof had caved in and burnt paper, furniture, pens and the remains of the building, lay scattered about. Passers-by looked at the derelict building in shock and dismay. “This is such a sad sight. This building has been here for years,” said one man. The investigating officer, Constable Adiel Noordien, appeals to anyone who has information about the fire to contact Grassy Park Police Station, or to call him on 072 601 6013 or (021) 700-3922.

THE body of a 23-year-old woman was found dumped behind a bush on Tuesday 31 May in Eighth Avenue, Grassy Park. The victim was found, fully clothed, by a vagrant. The spokesperson for Grassy Park Police Station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, says it is believed the woman was murdered and her body dumped on the open field. There have been no arrests. Anyone with information regarding the crime can contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Calvin Mokwa on 083 230 5347. . Three suspects, aged 22, 23 and 24, were arrested on Saturday 4 June on charges of housebreaking. On Friday 3 June at about 04:00, a 64-year-old man arrived at home in Lotus River and discovered his house had been burgled. A television, jewellery, two DVD players, takkies and a weed-eater worth R150 000 were stolen. Kleinsmith says that all leads were followed up, and it led to the arrest of the three suspects “The weed-eater, takkies,

DVD player, TV and some of the jewellery were recovered. The complainant says the jewellery is very expensive,” she says. The community is asked to assist with any further information that will help to retrieve the rest of the stolen jewellery. Contact Detective Constable Sicelo Bongashe on 083 392 0673 or (021) 7003919. The accused appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court yesterday, but the outcome of the case could not be determined by the time of going to print. . During weekend operations, the Metro Police Dog Unit arrested a 17-year-old boy on Sunday 5 June in Russel Court, Ottery for the possession of illegal narcotics. Meanwhile,officers confiscated tik, Mandrax tablets and dagga while executing search warrants in Grassy Park. Nine Mandrax tablets, seven half-tablets of Mandrax, 58 dagga stoppe, one parcel of dagga and five packets of tik were confiscated, along with R360 in cash.


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Minstrels ‘one step closer to Bo­Kaap’ Tweede Nuwe Jaar and 31 December celebrations to be institutionalised VERNA VAN DIEMEN

A BID to restore the tradition of having all minstrel troops march through Bo-Kaap and cementing the celebration of Tweede Nuwe Jaar, on 2 January, is one step closer to being realised. The Western Cape Provincial Government withdrew as second applicant from the case on Tuesday 10 May, and the City of Cape Town is two months’ late in filing opposing papers. The Bo-Kaap Civic Association and the Cape Town Minstrel Carnival Association (CTMCA) lodged the application with the Western Cape High Court on Friday 31 December 2010 against the City of Cape Town and the province. The associations have applied to have the traditional walk through BoKaap by all minstrel groups reinstated to ensure that Tweede Nuwe Jaar and the 31 December celebrations are institutionalised. They challenged the City’s Events

Bylaw as unconstitutional, alleging that the City violated “the fundamental rights of the Cape Malay and coloured population groups to participate in and celebrate cultural activities”. At present, only minstrel troops from Bo-Kaap are allowed to walk through the area. Greg Wagner, media liaison officer for Cultural Affairs and Sport MEC, Ivan Meyer, says the province was advised by its legal team to not oppose the application, but to submit explanatory affidavits in support of the City. Seehaam Samaai, the lawyer representing the Bo-Kaap Civic Association and the CTMCA, says the withdrawal from the case means that the province will have to abide by any decisions made by the court when the case is heard. The City, says Samaai, is two months’ late with filing opposing papers, for which an extension was granted in February. “We gave the City an extension but there are still no opposing papers from them,” she says. The City says its advocates are drafting answering affidavits, and they will be filed “in due course”, according toy spokesperson, Kylie Hatton

Samaai says she will approach the courts for a date, and if no opposing papers are filed, the City and the province will have to abide by the court rulings. Osman Shaboodien, chairperson of the Bo-Kaap Civic Association, says: “We are saying that the City and the province have made decisions about the minstrels without consulting them, and that is not right.” “For 150 years the minstrels have walked through the Bo-Kaap. Who decides what is and what is not tradition? What if they decide tomorrow that Christmas should be held on the 27th?” he asks. Thousands of minstrels took to the streets earlier this year after the City refused to allow them to march through the streets of Cape Town on Monday 3 January, as Tweede Nuwe Jaar fell on Sunday 2 January. They were told by the City to consider marching on Sunday instead, because it would not be practical to stage an event of such magnitude on a Monday, when many people return to work after the holidays (“Minstrels sound trumpet on City”, People’s Post, 11 January). Kevin Momberg, CEO of CTMCA, says: “We’re happy about the province’s decision to withdraw.”

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Winter magnifies misery for the poor THE first major cold front to lash the Cape this winter has had the usual predictable consequences for people living in townships and low-lying areas. “Despite considerable efforts to provide housing, improve conditions in the townships and assist those who are homeless, the reality is that we’re a long way from a solution,” says Community Chest chief executive, Amelia Jones. For the past seven years, the Community Chest holds a Keep Cape Town Warm campaign, together with partners Good Hope FM and Ab-

sa, to collect blankets, warm clothing and nonperishable food. Last year it collected over 1 100 blankets and 130 large bags of clothing. Keep Cape Town Warm donations can be made at any Absa branch, the SABC studios in Sea Point, or the Community Chest offices at 82 Bree Street, Cape Town. Arrangements can be made to collect larger donations. The Community Chest can be contacted on (021) 424 3344 or alternatively visit the website on

Gazing at the stars THERE will be a free public talk at the SA Astronomical Observatory on Saturday 11 June, starting at 20:00. The title of the talk is “Sidereal narratives without boundaries”. After the talk there will be stargazing (weather permitting). Visitors are advised to arrive by 19:30, to give

them time to park and find the venue. For further information, contact Thembela Mantungwa of the SA Astronomical Observatory on (021) 460-9319 or 086 612 7502 or 071 105 0109, email or visit the website or

Tuesday 7 June 2011


Refugee processing comes under fire TERESA FISCHER


HOUSANDS of asylum seekers are turned away from the Maitland refugee reception centre every month, most often through no fault of their own. They are also subjected to violence and contempt, and corruption is rife, according to the NGO Passop (People Against Suffering Oppression and Poverty), following a two-week period of intensive monitoring. The most common reason people were turned away was because the office had run out of forms. According to Passop, applicants are being rendered undocumented through no fault of their own, and are as a result vulnerable to arrest, imprisonment with criminals, and deportation. The NGO recently released a report of monitoring conducted at the centre from 28 March until 8 April by a team of 11 volunteers of various nationalities, led by American researcher, Alaina Varvaloucas. Two to three monitors were always at the centre during the hours it is open, between 08:00 and 16:00. The monitoring was funded by the Fulbright Commission. The monitors attempted to question the majority of people leaving the centre, and note their experiences and the reason they were turned away, if applicable. Of a total of 1 659 people interviewed, 365 were turned away due to the centre’s lack of forms, 363 because they did not have a border pass or it had expired, and 246 because there were too many people. According to the report, monitors also observed several instances of security guards beating people in the crowd with makeshift whips of cloth and rubber or long wooden sticks.

A security guard allegedly hit a Somali man over the head with a stick. He bled profusely. The incident was reported to the monitor by at least a dozen people and the monitor witnessed and took photos of the injuries. On one occasion, guards attempted to disperse a crowd of newcomers turned away by Home Affairs by beating them with a stick. Monitors were caught up and nearly knocked over in the rush. There was also a stampede when the gate was opened one morning at 04:00, which resulted in one Somali man breaking his leg. With regards to corruption, the report states some form of corrupt practice was witnessed by every one of the 11 monitors over the course of the two weeks. The monitoring was in part due to two major amendments to the Immigration Act of 2002, which are currently before parliament. These include shortening the validity of the asylum transit permit or border pass from 14 days to five, which means asylum seekers have only five days in which to report to a refugee reception office after they enter the country. The other amendment would impose significant jail time on any migrant caught undocumented, or any individual caught aiding undocumented migrants. Passop says that given the potential to adversely affect asylum seekers, it was worth revisiting the situation to assess Home Affairs’ capacity to deal with applicants. It has found the centre is unable to serve newcomers within the requisite five days, and therefore, jail time for undocumented migrants is draconian. Delays have perhaps the biggest implications for newcomers, who, especially on crowded days, are frequently turned away without a chance to fill in their forms and get their temporary permits. So even those with

People’s Post Grassy Park Page 7 BY THE BOOK: Health MEC, Theuns Botha, launched the Depart­ ment of Health’s Road to Health booklet on Tues­ day 31 May at Mowbray Maternity Hospital, where he issued new mothers with the book­ let, which is used throughout a child’s life to monitor and record its state of health. Accord­ ing to the provincial Health Department, health workers have in the past faced challeng­ es when parents or guardians do not under­ stand the importance of retaining the card at health facilities. The booklet will be issued free of charge to women who give birth at state facilities, and will be provided in a plastic sleeve to emphasise the importance of retaining and presenting the booklet at every visit. It will be used throughout the country, and contain information about TB, HIV, nutri­ tion, immunisation, developmental screening, weight and oral health. Here Botha is pic­ tured with new mother, Zoghera Zeeman. Photo: Supplied

valid border passes may be turned away due to numbers. Since newcomers can only come on certain designated days, they must wait another week to re-apply. The newcomer would thus receive no papers, through no fault of his/her own, and be unable to work or open a bank account, and would be vulnerable to arrest and deportation. “Because of the multitude of reasons asylum-seekers are being turned away, it is unreasonable to think that the five-day permit rule can be adhered to unless serious steps are taken to make the process more efficient.” The report states that officials and security guards generally treat asylum-seekers with indifference and contempt. They are not informed of when they will be served, officials have come out the office to scream at the crowd and there are inadequate (sometimes none at all) portable toilets. Finally many (66 during the monitoring) who have already obtained their status are still waiting for months for their refugee

passport. Passop strongly urged the Department of Home Affairs to take a serious look at the daily running of its refugee centres, and make changes where necessary. It recommends that the centre must: . Hire new staff, or open on Saturdays. . Not limit newcomers to specific days of the week. . Crack down on corruption and abuse. . Develop a more respectful attitude towards asylum seekers. . Enhance the efficiency of current staff. . Provide number cards for the following day to those turned away; and . Put up better signage and inform those in the queue about when they will be served. The Department of Home Affairs responds that it notes the monitoring report and will study the report and its findings, following which it will communicate a comprehensive response. Passop was due to meet the Department of Home Affairs to discuss the report yesterday.


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Empty cots FOUR babies died during National Child Protection Week – two at a Manenberg Clinic and two more at a Pinelands foster home. This tragic account is four deaths too many for the infants’ families, communities and society as a whole. The two babies who died at the clinic, died on International Children’s Day (Wednesday June 1). The next day (Thursday June 2) two more infants who shared a cot in a foster home died within 45 minutes of each other. One of the mothers of the babies who died at the foster home is reportedly a drug user. This was the third baby that had been taken away from her and placed in safe care where, ironically, it died. While questions are levelled at the foster home, the responsibility extends further; foremost with the child’s mother, who had two more children, despite being unable to care for herself, let alone children. In 1994 when the president declared that health care for pregnant women and children under the age of six would be free, this noble move unwittingly opened a “Pandora’s box”. Yes, government provided education around women’s health issues such as family planning, safer sex, how to prevent the spread of HIV and Aids and its Preventing Mother-to-Child Transmission (PMTCT) programme for HIV-positive pregnant women. But the dissemination of knowledge is just the beginning of a communication process, the success of which ultimately rests with the receivers of that information, who may choose to interpret this information to their selfish advantage. Proof lies in the countless unwanted pregnancies and innocent babies who end up in foster homes, when where they truly belong is in a loving, nurturing home created by their own families.

HEALTH MINISTER Dr Aaron Motsoaledi has lost weight through healthy lifestyle choices and recently encouraged

fellow Members of Parliament to follow his example by cutting down on fatty foods and picking up on exercise. Our

cartoonist has come up with a manual of exercises that parliamentarians may adapt to quite easily.

Your SMSes Don’t develop on our vlei TRAVELLING to and from work along Prince George Drive, I always savour the natural beauty of Princess Vlei – particularly beautiful in the early morning and at sunset. Such green spaces are few and far between in the areas to which our people were relocated in the days of apartheid; its beauty a sharp contrast to conditions in surrounding areas like Parkwood and Lavender Hill. Residents of this neighbourhood have little access to other green areas. Why now does the City of Cape Town want to deprive our people of this last remaining piece of natural environment? I can accept the need for a shopping area, but why must it be on the banks of Princess Vlei? World Environment Day on Sunday 5 June alerted us to the importance of pre-

serving and reclaiming our natural heritage. I appeal to the City to consider alternatives to Princess Vlei. There’s a large piece of open land on the M5 in front of Parkwood that could be used. Another alternative could be the Retreat Road-Fifth Avenue corridor. Many of the shops in Retreat Road are old and derelict. Why not invest in the re-development of this road and turn it into a thriving business and retail hub – a “shopping mile” that includes various shops and restaurants, and that introduces both progress and charm into the neighbourhood? Yes, development must happen, but not at the expense of the natural environment. There’s always an alternative. Let’s find it. COLLEEN SAUNDERS Retreat

Beggars . Can someone or the City of Cape Town please do something about these beggars in Cape Town’s streets? They are becoming a big nuisance and terrifying the tourists. In response . Bring back the death penalty for murder and rape. Jonathan Bouwer . To the person who sent in a notice about home loans, I agree it’s true! And just pay late and they’re on your case. Politics . Cosatu closed down hundreds of clothing factories because of affirmative action policies, and now millions of pension fund have been lost. What next, Tony? . Stop complaining about the ANC and let the DA deliver with their male cabinet. Leave JuJu alone, carry on with your own racist party. PMS, Qaba Election waste . Voting is finished, now the posters lie around. Housing issues . The poor want free houses and free rates from the government. Do they realise that we, the working people who already struggle to survive, have to fork out for that too? Don’t they realise that nothing is for free, or do they just not care?

Stand up for the vlei IT WAS a sight to behold on World Environmental Day at Princess Vlei. Children were out on the vlei paddling away and learning to use our natural resources with care and respect. Hundreds of plants were being planted and waste being cleared. It is always good when we get closer to nature. LOGRA Civic wishes to congratulate WESSA for getting people out to show once more how valuable this environmentally significant public open space and water body is. Saving our planet begins with small ac-

tions such as when our communities learn to enjoy the environment in a responsible way. One such small step is to teach our children not to litter and to look after the spaces in which they live. The destruction of our planet, on the other hand, begins when inappropriate developments are encouraged, and when local authorities don’t realise that their main reason for being is to promote safe, enjoyable living spaces by preserving our natural environment. Clean air cannot be achieved if we continue to destroy our natural resources. Efforts by

agencies such as WESSA should be applauded. How one hopes for the day that developers will see more in our environment than just a space where money can be made. Is it too much to hope that the local authority officials who are entrusted with protecting our environment and the future of our planet will rise to the occasion and indelibly etch their names in the annals of history as those who made a contribution to saving our planet? Saving Princess Vlei will be but one step on the road to recovery for our planet. We all have a role to play. Let’s clean up after our braai. Let’s teach our children not to litter. Let’s

. Regarding service delivery: why must we give houses? It is time for the ANC government to stop blaming apartheid, whites, and everything else, and begin to give back. You have ruined a beautiful country, Madiba must be so ashamed of you. . Backyard and shack dwellers have no food, clothing, money, work or adequate shelter yet they have small babies. What a crime against humanity! It is a choice you’re making. The state should not help you. . I’ve got a better one. Why do we have to pay someone else and the bond to own a house? And then they dictate what one cannot do on one’s own property, for example the prescribed height of your front boundary wall? Overweight troops . Youngsfield’s overweight women troops are a laughing stock and disgrace. They can be used as cannon fodder in time of war. Bring back the baby boomer generation, who were battle-hardened border troops. Wala! Consumer troubles . Telkom 8ta sent my friend a contract phone without telling her she had a choice of a Blackberry, and on top of that the six-page contract is illegibly small.

punish those who dump rubble at the vlei. Let’s all watch out and report those who disrespect our environment. We can do something to secure this planet for our children and grandchildren and generations to follow. LOGRA calls upon our schools to get involved in regular clean-up outings. Our children can only learn valuable lessons if they are actively engaged in helping to save our environment. Viva WESSA. PHILIP M BAM, CHAIRPERSON: LOTUS RIVER, OTTERY, GRASSY PARK RATEPAYERS’ AND RESIDENTS’ ASSOCIATION


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People’s Post Grassy Park Page 9 LINE OF DUTY: A memorial wall commem­ orating fallen police officers was unveiled at the Pine­ lands Police Sports Grounds on Wednesday 1 June. The cer­ emony took place on the day the SAPS held a sports day. The West­ ern Cape provincial commissioner, Lieutenant General Arno Lamoer, present­ ed winning teams with trophies. Police say they are eager to improve fitness levels, and the sports day was a great opportunity for members to compete on a social level against each other. Seen here are, from left to right, Lamoer, Major General Sharon Jephta, Major General Yolisa Matakata and Major Gen­ eral Hendrik Burger. Photo: Yunus Mohamed

Maestro’s legacy will live on GARY VAN DYK

THE music world is once again in mourning, with the passing of legendary bassist, Basil Moses, on Sunday 5 June. There are not enough words to describe what this musician meant to many jazz fans here in South Africa, and across the world. For him, playing his instrument was not just a job; each performance was him performing at the peak of his craft, playing each note with a passion that invited you into his soul. When you listen to the accolades that have been pouring in for him from across the world, you begin to realise what he meant to musicians and music lovers who met him and his music. It’s hard to believe that he has been part of a musical legacy in Cape Town that has been inspiring generations since the 1950s. With his guitarist brother Cliffie, they formed the Four Sounds in District 6, and until his recent illness they were still going strong. Their sessions around town are the stuff of legend, and for me it began in my teens during the 70s, when they played venues like The Beverly and Goldfinger in Athlone, The 524 sessions in Lansdowne. Once their sound bit, I used to lie and cheat my way out of the house even during the week to catch them in action (sorry, mom

minute of it. Basil was also the barometer when you were watching a performance, especially with younger artists. Many times I would MC an event featuring new talents and then I would watch him. He’d play the opening notes of a song, then once the artist started singing or playing (if it was an instrumentalist), that look would come into his eyes, he would smile, and then that bass would start enhancing the performance to add to the musical magic. After that performance you were his friend for life; go around town and ask any of the younger cats on the scene. Musicians from overseas also recognised this passion. Pianist Jack van Poll was always a big fan, and there’s just such an endless list. Many people also did not realise that while Basil could school others, he was not formally traiLEGEND: Basil Moses always pla­ ned in music himself. yed with passion. Photo: Gary van Dyk All that passion was just his experience, and there were very and dad, I can now confess that few tunes that he could not play. there were no study groups), but His ear could tell him what he it was worth it. needed to know. There was no doubt about BaThe other side of Basil was his sil’s playing with the group, but gentleness, his manner to all it was when he was performing as around him and that always told an accompanist with other artists you what his music was about. that you also heard another side Bra B, we will miss you, but yoof his talent. ur love lives on in the many recorPlaying the acoustic bass is not dings where you are featured, and easy; it is a craft that you have to it will inspire more generations love, and when you watched Basil of bass players for years to come. you realised that he loved every RIP!

Water workshop WESSA (Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) will be hosting an informal workshop entitled “Water in your life – how to conserve, harvest and reuse this precious resource” on Saturday 11 June. The workshop will take place

from 10:00 till 12:00, and non-members will be required to pay R25. Anyone interested in attending has been asked to RSVP before Thursday 9 June. For further information, contact Sandy on or (021) 701-1397.

WESSA members’ talk WESSA (Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa) will be hosting a members evening and talk on Thursday 9 June from 18:30 to 20:00. Leif Petersen, an eco-sociologist and development practitioner from the Sustainable Livelihoods Foundation, will be speaking about the legal and illegal consumptive use of plants and animals in the

City of Cape Town, and how this affects local biodiversity. Non-members will be required to make a R20 donation. Those interested in attending have been asked to RSVP by Saturday 7 June. For further information, contact Sandy by emailing or calling (021) 701-1397.

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ARE YOU SICK & TIRED OF YOUR DEBT? Cant control it anymore? I can help you. Garnishees on payslips, summonses, dont have money for food? Reduce payments to one instalment. Stop the struggling, the help you need is hassle free. Service guarenteed. Call us now! (Audrey­079 3 95 4709 or fax: 021 421 6817. Fax your ID, payslip and all your accounts to see what you qualify for. DEAR FRIEND, NEED A LOAN? Plz pick up the PH HOFFMEESTER ­ we give up to R50 000. Blacklisted Welcome. 072 309 1877




WANTING TO CONSOLIDATE YOUR DEBT, BUT REJECTED FOR FINANCE? Do you OWN a PROPERTY and have a combined income of R8500+ We are able to assist you even if you are: under administration or debt review listed on a credit bureau not able to meet your monthly credit obligations about to have your assets repossessed Property remains in your name Sms "Debt" to 076 716 6191 CONTACT US Tel: 021 880 6000 Fax: 021 880 0300 T&C apply

R 500 000 = ± R 3000 p.m 072 103 5339 082 775 9737 021 421 4991 021 801 5883 DEBT & MONEY PROBLEMS R10 000 ­ R100 000 We can help Ph JO 021 425 7721 HOMEOWNERS­Wanting to CONSOLIDATE your DEBT, but rejected for finance?. (021 982 6177


CONTACT :021 692 3107 021 691 5877 / 072 106 0655 083 691 4449

Wanted to Buy WE BUY good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021­374 6060 or 083 948 2804


ALL BUILDING plans drawn up and submitted to council. (021 701 6276/082 863 913 3 ALL Building plans drawn and submitted. Call Dominick on 021 396 2115 or 078 085 2067 ALTERATIONS garages, carports, brickpaving, tiling. (082 409 0592/392 5501 Aluminium Windows & Doors supplied & fitted. ( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292


0860 105 546 JC FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS Bonds/personal loans & consolodations. B/listed welc. (Janine­021 376 4690/ 082 439 9863 LOANS No ITC. Same day payout. Fax 086 666 4811 or call 071 512 1923 Loans up to R15 000 & cellphone contracts Same day approval Blacklisted welcome Contact Asma 071 716 7484 Fax: 021 762 8657 LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251


Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery ACTIVE BLINDS For all your window blinds. Also carpet and upholstery cleaning. Ph Bernie 021­393 0672

BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/08 2 516 0030 FOR ALL types of blinds. Ph 074 259 1802 Renaldo or 082 598 2606 Wesley or 021­371 8315 o/h


General Services

FOR ALL YOUR Gates, burglar bars or welding repairs (Xavier on 072 212 8619 1142

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


145 ALL CARPENTRY WORK All carpentry, Hanging of all doors, fixing roofs & cupboards.(Nico 021 392 6818/076 342 1470

Vehicles Wanted to Buy


BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738 SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952


Plumbers A FREE PLUMBING quote for bathroom renovations, geysers, leaks and blocked drains. Call Joseph 073 322 4661 FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING Maintanance and new installations. All workmanship guaranteed. (Frank 082 3544 076

I am looking for vehicles that are no longer running, broken down or damaged in accidents.I pay cash and remove your vehicle free of charge from any area.

(021 949 6066/ 076 2111 620


Plumbing ­ Elect ­ Drains R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906


Swimming Pool Services CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 702 1208


Holiday Accommodation GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accom. R800p/night. Sleeps 6.(079 522 4309.

WEEKEND SPECIALS AT CLUB MYKONOS STARTING AT R600 PER NIGHT! Contact Suzanne 021­448 2717 office hours only

1140 A CASH LOAN up to R180 000. Same day payout. b/listed welcome. Conditions apply.(Randee on 021 761 3995/ 083 548 7293

SPRINGFIELD GEARBOX AND DIFF Best prices on all Reconditioned and Repaired Gearboxes and Diffs (021 703 8220 ext 3 / 082 772 2664


JADE Upholstery & repairs. Call Hilton o/h 021 903­0606 or a/h 021 371 8265



Houses for Sale


APPLIANCE WORLD REPAIRS Repairs to most home appliances, + Tv's , Ghd's. (021 762 7260/072 926 4786/

ExtremePossibilites.17052011. 1AQMPYK.cdr

tarred, secure property. Ph Nancy 072 729 9507

R 50 000 onsolidate C or Now! R 5 million?

021 949 0458 - Fax 086 601 4207 -

SMS “POST” TO 38020 & WE’LL CALL YOU BACK!! JOHAN 082 431 9865

A.W.A. ELECTRICAL Fully Licenced Contractor Since 1986 , Rewiring, Main Boards , Lights, Plugs , Prepaid Meters , Electrical Certificates . FREE QUOTES . ( Allan­021 392 19 73/082 708 5700

WARELEY HOMES Sellers in Strandfontein & M/Plain contact us for a FREE valuation of your property. Robert 021 393 2410/08 3 427 0036

FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700 FRIDGE repairs, all appliances.(073 922 5336

Granny Flats CAFDA­ 1Bed. Pref. non smokers & no children. R2 000p/m + dep. (079 397 5918 PELIKAN PARK Loerie Road. 2 beds, open plan kitchen/lounge, bathroom, encl parking, R3000pm incl water. Surgrie 082 978 9016


Spares and Accessories WINDSCREENS and motorglass supplied and fitted. Ph 082 973 5536


Separate Entrances GRASSY PARK Avail. Immediately. R2 500p/m.(073 188 8952

Repairs – Vehicles

MOBILE AUTO REPAIRS We come to your car. 7days a week.(083 236 7274

AVON Reps needed urgently.(071 335 5827

EARN CASH NOW Sell tupperware full or part time. ( Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 or Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME EARN extra cash in your own time. For more info sms name and address to 074 208 1452 Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008 EARN R720 IN YOUR FIRST WEEK Guaranteed! And up till R1 440 p/day within one month. Data entry workers needed to fill out forms with or without a computer. Easy step­ by­step tutorials. Own hours. Sms name and adress for a full info brochure to 073 753 6352/021 633 1041 . Sunflower close, Athlone.

EXTRA income opportunity. Data works with or without a computer. For info sms name, surname & adress to 084 062 4825 /021 704 4293­ 17 Liberator Rd, Rocklands FINANCIAL FREEDOM SMS FREEDOM to 34008



General Vacancies


Required for butchery. Ph 021 694 7161

AVON &JUSTINE reps needed. (Mildred 021 696 5866 /079 053 8019


2011 Special, Available Immediately, No Experience needed, local + International placements Training + Certificate + Job Placement Flight Attendants, Receptionists, Bank Tellers, Cashiers / Data Capturers, Office Administrators Book Keepers / Accounts Computer IT, Call Centre, Waiters & Bartenders, Home Base Nursing

Free Computer Training

Come to: Bellville, 14 Kruskal Avenue, Same Building with African Bank & PC training building on the 4th Floor. @ AH Personnel / YIES Project, Co.Reg.No.2008/129244/23 CALL: 021 820 3231, 021 829 6620 078-857-8272, 078-857-8271 Registration fee is R500 REGISTER today to avoid disappointments. 5 waterkant street, 5th flr, Rosebank College house, cnr Strand str and Erdely str, near pick n pay. Cape Town. Tel: 021 829 6621


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

AVON REPS NEEDED Call Michelle 021 396 2115 or 082 637 6559

IVAN FRANK PROPERTIES ROCKLANDS 3 bedrooms, fully fitted kitchen, with garage, for 3 cars, house in pristine condition. R350 000 IVAN 082 469 3084



AVON cometics looking for unit leaders.(Naseema on 083 886 5786/Chanel on 074 258 2427

3 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, plus 2 bedroom granny flat, auto garage doors, front paving, yard fully

Electrical Repairs


BUILDING PLANS Professionally drawn and council approved. (082 662 4008

082 301 7856


Alterations, renovations, carports, paving, vibrecrete walls and extensions. Free Quotes. ( Ivor on 076 111 7300/021 762 7077



“please call me”

TV/DVD/Video Services


Building and Construction

Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send





People’s Post Grassy Park Page 11


Accommodation Available


Clothing Industry 194

Business Opportunities ASSIST WITH FILLING IN survey/data forms with/ wit­ hout a computer. in Cape Town area. For info, SMS full n a m e / a d d r e s s t o 0 7 1 5 4 8 6 9 4 4 , JS Enterprise. Ph 041­ 360 5382. Redwing Drive, PE

Clothing factory requires: * EXPERIENCED MACHINIST * LINE SUPERVISOR * QUALITY CONTROLLER * SAMPLE MACHINIST * AND FINAL EXAMINERS Apply at: Factory L11 Industrial Hive, Alpha Road, Mitchells Plain Tel: 021­376 1045 SMS name and position to 081 234 7374


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Staff Vacancies 5 ,, 4 , HOTELS , BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS! .20 Receptionists .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .50 Cleaners/ Housekeepers .10 Cruiseship Attendants .10 Flight Attendants/ Airhostesses For More details please contact Zetaweb or visit our offices on 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, room 311, Cape Town, or CALL: 021 426 7615/ 021 820 3654/ 073 219 8380

LOOKING FOR AN EXPERIENCED PATTERNMAKE R for leather handbags. A definite bonus if you can double up as a machinist. References required. MACHINIST REQUIRED In the making of leather handbags and general leatherware. References required. Please contact Gert 073 210 9241 PACKER NEEDED FAX CV & COPY OF I.D. TO 086 606 5591

STAFF NEEDED URGENTLY Recently established company needs to fill various positions: *Telemarketing *OPC/ Outdoor surveyers. If you are vibrant, goal driven & self motivated book your interviews now. Full training provided Basic + good comm. Ph: Lecrecia 074 842 3935 or 021­001 1013

VIBRANT SALES CONSULTANTS NEEDED No transport or previous sales experience needed. Free training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives. For appointment, call Aileen on 021 465 7852 Terms & Conditions Apply

EST. 1996

BRANCHES: WETTON 021 761 0707 M/PLAIN 021 391 2200

PROSPUR 07-06-11-1ASFHKQ.cdr

SEAWINDS: R410.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Mes, FK, G/Flat, Carport, E/Garden, Braai + Lots more. MARIAM 082 641 2157

RONDEBOSCH EAST: R1.999 HUGE CORNER PLOT, Stunning Features, 5Beds, 2xMes, 3xF/Bath. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

WELCOME ESTATE: R795.000 F/s, 4Beds, Lnge cm Drm, Mes, FFK, Garage, F/Carport, Encl, Paved. NORMAN 083 772 8912

KEWTOWN: R420.000excl 2Beds, Ext. S/Lnge cum Drm, F/Bath, FK, 2xG/Flat, App.Plan For Carport. IRFAAN 083 947 4327

RYLANDS: R1.399excl D/s, 5Beds(4xB), Mes, FFK, Laundry, MQ, Study, D/Garage, 2xCarport. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

GRASSY PARK: R369.000excl Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, D/room, F/Bath, FFK, Laundry, 2xP/Bay, Encl. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

RONDEBOSCH: R1.3million F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Mes, FFK, Storerm, Garage, E/Garden, Encl, 496m² SHEREENA 072 435 4085

BONTEHEUWEL: R280.000excl Mais, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Extension W/House on to Fitted Kitchen, B/Bars. SDAVIES 078 123 2307

OTTERY: R999.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Walk in Closet, Lnge, Drm, FFK, Pool, Jetmaster, Braai. NAJWA 082 377 7027

SCHAAPKRAAL: R1.600mil Small Holding, 4Beds(Bics), Lnge, F/Place, FFK, 3xF/Baths, 15.250m². KEITH 084 888 2526

HANOVER PARK: R264.999excl Stunning Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Carport, Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027

WOODSTOCK: R650.000excl Semi, 3Beds(1xBics), Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen (Bics), Encl, 172m² SDAVIES 078 123 2307

BONTEHEUWEL: R349.999excl F/standing, 3Bedrooms, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Enclosed. NORMAN 083 772 8912

RONDEBOSCH: R1.999excl 8Beds, 3xMes, FFK, Pool, Laundry, Braai, Ent.Area, 2x T/Garage ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

GRASSY PARK: R395.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Ent.Hall, Lounge, Drm, F/Bath, FK, Driveway(4xCars), Encl. KAREN 079 808 3877

OTTERY: R300.000excl Groung Floor Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, Open Plan FK, F/Bath, Encl. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

CRAWFORD: R1.450mil F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, Modern FFK, 2xF/Bath, G/Flat, Pool, Encl. S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

HANOVER PARK: R250.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Ent.Hall, Lounge, Kitchen, Laundry, Garage, F/Encl. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

PELIKAN PARK: R850.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Droom, F/Bath, FK, Laundry, MQ, Garage, Encl, 740m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

CONISTON PARK: R599.999excl F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, FFK, T/Garage, E/Garden, Encl, B/Bars. ADOLPH 073 193 5878

HANOVER PARK: R195.000excl Mais, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Enclosed. MIRIAM 082 641 2157

CONISTON PARK: R540.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, D/room, F/Bath, Kitchen, E/Garden, Encl, 349m² LYNETTE 073 580 5059

WELCOME ESTATE: R570.000excl Flat, 3Beds(2xBics), TV/rm, Ent.Hall, Lnge, Drm, Laundry, FFK, Garage. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

HANOVER PARK: R280.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, FK, Storerm, F/Bath, Park(3xCars), Encl, A/Windows. KEITH 084 888 2526



Sharon Gerbach PROPERTIES

(Tops in Carports)

Ck 2006/006993/23 (Established 1998)

Address: 540 Lansdowne Road, Lansdowne 7780 Tel: (021) 762 8449/ 6888 Fax: (021) 762 5777 E-mail:

Craig 082 739 5290

Sharon 083 769 3577


We Build Carports Over 20 years experience Built in 2 days Material & labour included, From R5 000 FOR TOP WORKMANSHIP AND TOP SERVICE Call Lestor for a FREE Quotation Now!! 083 721 2303 / 073 137 2089 021 6911 801

Seawinds – St Christopher Avenue Affordable Starter Family home 2 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom Corner plot ideal for dual access and large back yard

Lansdowne Pleasant Place – Flat (sectional title) Ground Floor – 2 Bedrooms Private courtyard Secure and enclosed

Ottery - Sierra Park – Neat 1st floor Flat (sectional title) Modern - 2 Bedrooms(bic) Fully fitted kitchen

Southfield – Santander – Townhouse (Sectional Title) 2 Bedrooms(bic) Fitted Kitchen Communal Pool

Asking: R250 000 Plot size: ± 180m²

Asking: R450 000 Flat Size: ±41m²

Asking: R450 000 Plot size: 47m²

Asking: R585 000

Ottery – Royston Close – Urgent Sale 3 Bedrooms(mes) Fully Fitted Kitchen In a Quiet Cul-da-sac

Ottery – SwallowCliffe Drive – Potential Good Investment 3 Bedrooms Fully Fitted Kitchen Plus spacious Granny Flat

Muizenberg – Costa Da Gama – Minorca Way – Close to the beach Starter home 3 Bedrooms Facebrick/Carport

Grassy Park - Rooikrans Avenue – Property with Potential 3 Bedrooms(main en-suite) Seperate Lounge/Dining with fireplace Garage

Crawford – Vertrou Road 3 Bedrooms Attached Granny flat (lounge, bedroom, kitchen, bathroom) Dual access property

Asking: R650 000 Plot size: 189m²

Asking: R760 000 Plot size: 325m²

Asking: R685 000 Plot size: 322m²

Asking: R700 000 Plot size: 467m²

Asking: R850 000 – Plot size 496m²

Lansdowne – Derby Road – Spacious Older Home 4 Bedrooms

Lansdowne – Double Storey with Granny Flat 3 Bedrooms laminated floors Balcony overlooking pool Spacious granny flat

Betty’s Bay – Holiday Home Property sold including all furniture Can be divided into three income generating areas.

Asking: R850 000 – Plot size: 496m²

Asking: R1 500 000 – Plot size: 505m²

Asking: R1 500 000

All reasonable Offers will be considered

Strandfontein Village Salerno Way – Home with flatlet 2 Bedrooms(mes, dressing room) Fitted Kitchen Plus flatlet: 2 bed, kitchen, built in cupboards, bathroom Tandem garage Asking: R595 000 Plot size: 320m²

Glen Ridge – ClanStewart Str Retirement / Young & Coast loving Fully fitted kitchen, 3 Bedrooms (Mes) –spacious Breath taking views overlooking False Bay, Simon Town’s naval Base Asking: R1 950 000 – Plot size: 434m² SHARON 7 06 11 1ASCKSV.cdr


Towards Marketing Excellence R379 000 LOTUS RIVER Freestanding 2 bdrm home on large plot, fully fitted kitchen, lounge and Garage. Call: Delores 076 706 0910

R4 500 000 PHILIPPI

2.65Hectres Farm,5 Beds, lounge, dining study, garage, 2 en suites, 2 separate entrances gardens, Current Rental Income R11 000. Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877


HOTLINE 082 495 8989

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R320 000 NEW WOODLANDS TAFELSIG R265 000 Maisonette, 2beds b.i.c in 1 Large bedroom with ensuite, FF Kitchen, Lounge 3beds fully enclosed with alarm, lounge Negotiable one room, family, bathroom, lounge, 10m Wendy House, Carport for 2 cars, Fully enclosed fitted kitchen & fam bathroom with shower dining room, kitchen, carport, very neat Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877 Call: Delores 076 706 0910 Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341 R300 000 ROCKLANDS R270 000 TAFELSIG WEST CAPE VILLAS 3 Beds,Kitchen, Family bathroom, Freestanding 3 bdrm house, FROM R339 000 Lounge, Paved back yard, open plan kitchen, lounge family Brand new 2 Beds, Only 17 Left, Fairly big grounds bathroom plus shower and garage Call our office or any of our agents Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411

R630 000 GRASSY PARK R250 000 WESTRIDGE semi attached 3 Bdrm house, Semi attached 2 bdrm house, open plan kitchen, lounge,fam. bath room,fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom and Wendy House. carport, close to amenities. Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411 Doerrieyah 084 055 3877. R495 000: PORTLANDS R359 000 RONDEVLEI PARK Free standing spacious 3 bdrm, cnr house, 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Lounge, ffk, fam.bath., Lounge with fire place, Bathroom, Large plot with potential. dining room, garage for 2 cars and fully enclosed. Call: Doerriyah 084 055 3877. Shaamiel 082 723 1118 R379 000 WESTRIDGE ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN Freestanding 3 bdrm house, carport fully enclosed, lounge, ZEEKOEVLEI kitchen and family bathroom. WE HAVE BUYERS Delores 076 706 0910

We will sell your house Or we will buy it from you Free Valuations Debt Advisory Services Free Legal Advice Free Pre-Approvals Free Credit Checks Furniture Removals

s& s rm on Te diti y l n Co App

R250 000 LENTEGEUR 3 Bedroom house, lounge, kitchen bathroom, fully enclosed

Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411

R230 000 TAFELSIG Freestanding 3 bedroom house, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, large grounds Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411

R299 000 LOTUS RIVER R349 000 ROCKLANDS Investors Dream Semi attached 4 Bdrm house, tiled lounge, family bathroom, fitted kitchen 4 Bdrm Maisonette, bathroom, kitchen, also tiled and enclosed driveway lounge with separate entrance Shihaam 072 192 1411 Call: Delores 076 706 0910

R200 000 TAFELSIG 3 Beds,Kitchen Family Bathroom, Lounge, Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341

R1 100 000 VANGUARD ESTATE 5 Beds, MES, FFK, Dining Pool Braai, Sep entrance + More Call: Shariff 082 781 2903

R220 000: HANOVER PARK R655 000: SAN REMO(A MUST SEE) Modern free standing 3 bdrm(main ensuite) neat 3 bdrm Maisonette, ffk, lounge, family bathroom, tiled throughout, fully alarmed, automated garage doors, fully enclosed with burglar bars, fully enclosed, aluminium windows. ffk 2 bedrm Delores 076 706 0910. R369000: STEENBERG with bics, lounge and dining room with fireplace, 2Bdrmhouse,tiledthroughout,lounge, study laminated flooring throughout, family dinningroom,indoorbraaiandfireplace, bathroom and plenty of parking, knotty-pineceilingsandfullyenclosed Delores 076 706 0910. Shaamiel 082 723 1118.

We have buyers for: Mitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Pelican Park & Heights, Grassy Park, Ottery, Steenberg, Wynberg, Athlone, Heideveld, Bonteheuwel and Surrounding Areas

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Tel: 021 705 8961 - View our Properties @

ATHLONE 021 696 4114





WE ARE LOOKING FOR TRULY EXCEPTIONAL AGENTS TO JOIN OUR TEAM If you are as serious as we are about property, call Nazmie to arrange for a confidential interview. 021 696 4114 / 082 630 6134



RIEFQAH JACOBS 083 738 7901


GIGI JACOBS 083 520 8610

Pam Golding Properties An international Associate of Savills


Tuesday 7 June 2011

People’s Post Grassy Park Page 13

Was it art all along? TONY ROBINSON

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Heideveld - Dairy close - R485 000excl Freestanding 2bed room home, open plan kitchen, lounge, bath/toilet, ++ enclosed braai area, property fully enclosed

Westridge - Shephard str - R329 000 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed Rocklands - Beaufort str - R 299 000excl 3bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed

Ruyterwacht - Texel str - R 559 000excl Freestanding 3bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, 1.5x bath/toilet, garage, enclosed , on 500sqm plot

Rocklands - North west str - R329 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, ++ double tandem garage ++ 1bed room granny flat with corner bath, fully enclosed

Ottery - Royal Mews - Ferness estated R 499 000excl

2bed flat, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet

Eastridge - Dassie str - R229 000excl 3bed, lounge, open plan kitchen, carport, enclosed

Strandfontein - Spooner road - R 449 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen bath/toilet enclosed

THE Tretchikoff exhibition in the Iziko National Gallery will at last give us a chance to make up our own minds about one of the most controversial painters of our time. Until now this has been difficult, because the art establishment has gone out of its way to insult the little Russian painter who made his home in Cape Town. The sheer venom and volume of the criticism was out of all proportion to any offence he might have given, and I often asked my-

For all the above contact : Latiefa George on 082 972 9682

Every Agent Will Promise To Sell Your Home … We GUARANTEE it

If your Home Doesn’t Sell, Mark is Willing to Buy it Himself at a Price Acceptable to You No Gimmicks!

DISTRESS Call Mark on 072 742 6963 for more info SALES!! OR

SMS “G7”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963 OR

FREE CALL 0800-00-00-08 24HRS, 7 DAYS A WEEK

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Receive a Free list with pics of Below Market Value & other Distress Sale Properties Visit: Or SMS “D7”, Your Name, Email address/ address to 079 174 9961 Remaxultra - 07 06 11

CALL MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 083 482 4250 MARK ANTHONY1 07 06 11

Brooklyn (On Koeberg Road) R599 000

Brooklyn (Serviced Plot) Only R399 000

3 beds,lounge,kitchen,bathroom,large 335m² Plot in Lorrimer Street,serviced with electricity and Council Approved yard,drive-way,bars & security Plans for 2 Duplexes. gates,Next To School.

Ottery (Royal Mews) R499 000

Old Strandfontein R439 000

Ottery (Close To Mosque) Only R430 000

3beds,lounge,kitchen,bathroom, paved drive-way,enclosed

Ground Floor Flat with Front & Back Garden. 2 beds,bics,lounge,fully fitted kitchen,bathroom,tiled thru-out parking bay. (If your combined gross income is R13 800.00 per month you can live in Ottery)

Westridge R339 000


Flat, 2 beds, security block, R420 000.

ATHLONE LANSDOWNE: Near Islamia, 3 bedrooms, R985 000

Neat cottage in quiet close, 3 bedrooms R650 000.

ALAN 082 475 6643 OFFICE (021) 674 1094


Duplex, Close to Ottery Station,M5 Highway and Ottery Hyper. 2 beds, bic,tiled bathroom,fully fitted kitchen, large tiled lounge,paved yard,parking bay + Lots of visitors parking. Safe & Secure.

3 beds,kitchen,lounge,bathroom, garage. (If you combined wages is R10 800.00 per month you can buy this house).

CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY. 021 704 2160/083 482 4250 OR ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503. COMMISSSION NEGOTIABLE!

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ANTHONY ARENDSE 021-704 0289 082 673 1503 MARK ANTHONY2 070611 1ASBFAQ


(Peter Charles Street) R549 000

Zeekoeivlei Mews R329 000


R1.5M NEG. Pine Road. 4 Bed, D/storey, fully fitted home. 2 baths ++ 4 car garaging.


R595 000 Neg. Yusuf Gool Blvd. Vacant plot measuring 613m² Beautiful 4 beds, corner bath en-suite, lounge & dining Fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, carport, drive-thru garage for 2 cars. Belhar R279 000

(Behind Shopping Centre)

Tafelsig Only R229 000

Bishop Lavis R 459 000


Belhar R349 000

GONA 082 926 2371 PHILIPPI­ MONWOOD PARK R1.5 M neg. 3755m² of prime industrial land. Ideal for micro­ factories/trucking or bus services.


Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, kitchen, bathroom. New tiles thru-out, drive-way, enclosed stoep, security gates, cemented yard. (If your newly painted inside, drive-way, large combined wages is R7500.00 per yard. (If your combined wages is month you can buy this house) R87 00 pm you can buy this house).

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self why his detractors were so determined to put him down. It was almost like a conspiracy. It became fashionable to mock his work, and not a single gallery in South Africa bought one of his paintings. His exhibitions took place in hotels and department stores outside the sphere and influence of the traditional art business. And he did give offence. He upstaged the art establishment and sold autographed prints by the tens of thousands in venues like Harrods in London and US department stores. His exhibitions set attendance records which still stand today and, as the saying goes, he laughed all the way to the bank. Tretchikoff’s pictures became part of 20th century culture, and you will see his prints on film sets and in the backgrounds on TV shows. His craftsmanship was superb, but he was criticised for being sentimental and kitsch. Uttering a word in his artistic defence was evidence of your ignorance and bad taste. The question is, why could the critics not see what was so obvious to the thousands who flocked to his exhibitions? The answer is probably that critics are very much like the rest of us – full of fashionable theories, prejudices and ideas of their own importance. This was dramatically illustrated when the French impressionists burst onto the scene after the industrial revolution and chemistry had given them new pigments to work with, especially chrome yellow and cobalt blue. Suddenly two of the three primary colours were available in vivid brightness. The old earth colours of the masters’ traditional pallets suddenly looked tired. Young painters began to experiment with light and reflections in ways that had never been possible before. It was a shock to the establishment, and one can sympathise with the critics. Their education and all their artistic references came from a darker age, and they were not equipped to face the explosion of light and colour. Ever since then there has been a reluctance to condemn anything new, and some artists have got away with the equivalent of murder under the label of modern art. Some of the finalists for Britain’s Turner Prize are jokes, and others are examples of depravity. Picasso was a great painter, but I think that some of his later work was like a game he played with critics – a sort of “see-whatyou-can-say-about-this” challenge and he, too, laughed all the way to the bank. So go along to the exhibition of Tretchikoff’s work and make up your own mind.

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A TOTAL lunar eclipse will be visible from South Africa on Wednesday 15 June. The last total lunar eclipse visible from this region took place in February 2008, and the next one will only be in September 2015. A lunar eclipse occurs when the moon moves into the shadow of the earth. At this point the earth prevents the rays of the sun from striking the moon, and thus makes the moon appear darker. Though lunar eclipses happen at least twice a year, any given eclipse will only be visible from certain parts of the world. Total lunar eclipses are also more rare. As the eclipse progresses, only part of the full moon disk will appear dark (that is, a partial eclipse) as the moon starts to move into the darkest part of the earth’s shadow, called the umbra. This will happen at 20:23 South African Standard Time (SAST). Once the moon is inside all of the earth’s umbral shadow, a total eclipse can be observed. The total eclipse will last from 21:22 to 23:03. The full moon will leave the earth’s umbral shadow a few minutes after midnight. During the total lunar eclipse, the moon will most likely have a dark copper-red hue on it. This is because a great quantity of the blue light will be removed by the earth’s atmosphere through the scattering of small particles, letting mainly the red part of the sunlight through.


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Tuesday 7 June 2011

Boxing fundi punches for amateurs BRIAN GAFFNEY

RENOWNED referee, Eddie Marshall, is on a mission to promote amateur boxing in Cape Town – after travelling to all corners of the globe to call the shots in over 100 world title fights over the past 20 years. The bell will literally sound for Marshall’s latest venture when the Portland Boxing Club – of which he is the chairperson – hosts a contingent of Royal Navy boxers in Mitchell’s Plain on Friday 10 June. Marshall has invited several experienced boxers from across the Peninsula to face the navy’s mean punchers, as he is mindful that his young charges – several of whom will be fighting in the tournament – are not ready to challenge the big guns. “There is immense boxing talent in Mitchell’s Plain, and I believe this tournament will be good for the sport,” says Marshall, who has boxing

blood flowing through his veins. Marshall (55) has been involved in boxing for 42 years, and reigned as a SA amateur bantamweight and featherweight champion during the early 1980s. His late father, Ernest Marshall, and late uncle, Martin Marshall, were the WP amateur flyweight and lightweight champions respectively. Thereafter, Marshall’s younger brothers, Nathier and Rodney, were crowned SA lightweight and light heavyweight champions. While knee injuries put a stop to the boxing careers of Marshall’s sons, Elroy and Marlin, they have not been lost to the sport. Elroy referees professional fights, while Marlin coaches at Portland Boxing Club. Marshall’s penchant for contact sport has seen him become an international kickboxing referee, too. Outside the ring his love for

music makes him a sought-after judge for minstrel and dance competitions – thanks to his rich musical background that includes ballroom dancing and stints as a saxophonist with popular dance bands. Marshall who has refereed in all divisions in South America, Europe, Australia, Africa and the USA, says he has encountered no scary experiences at the hands of irate boxers or spectators during his career. He, however, recalls one unforgettable and hilarious moment when he reached the knockdown count of seven and the groggy boxer mumbled from the canvas “eight, nine, ten”. . The tournament at the Portland Indoor Centre, which will include senior and youth boxers, starts at 18:00 on Friday. Another tournament involving the navy boxers will take place at the Wynberg Military Base on Saturday 18 June.

FOCUSED: Adnaan Emandien (left), of Devonshire Rovers, keeps pres­ sure on Leigh Chaston of Stephanian­Ottery AFC, during Stephanian’s 1­0 win in an under­15A division match of the LFA Cape District at the William Herbert Sports Complex in Wynberg on Saturday. Photos: Rashied Isaacs

UPPERCUT: Eddie Marshall from Mitchell’s Plain is still going strong after 42 years in the ring. Photo: Jonathan Lestrade

NIFTY FOOTWORK: Caleb Carelse (centre), of Stephanian­Ottery, tests Alister Cottle (left) and Adnaan Emandien in the Devonshire Rovers AFC midfield, during Stephanian’s 1­0 win in an under­15 division match of the LFA Cape District at Wynberg on Saturday.

SP refs to meet THE South Peninsula FA referees association will meet at the Rooikrans Avenue Sports Complex, Grassy Park, at 19:00 on

Thursday 9 June. Intending referees may call Azad Khan on 078 160 2976 or Natalie Swartz on 078 307 0829.

All set for Glenville footballers reunion

TROPHY TIME: The Mitchell’s Plain United FC – a feeder club for PSL campaigners Engen Santos FC – in the Vodacom Second Division, recently held its annual awards ceremony in Ottery. The trophy winners were, from left: Sandile Rasmani (Sportsperson of the Year)), Shaun Sopio (Rookie of the Year), Nasieg Fredericks (Player of the Year and Players’ Player of the Year), Faaiz Khan (pictured) received the Highest Goalscorer award on behalf of Riaan Eugene, away with the SA under­23 squad, while Theophilus Bacela (pictured) received the Most Promising Player award on behalf of Keenan Galant, who was unavailable. Photo: Engen Santos FC

ALL former Glenville professional and amateur footballers are invited to a reunion on Friday 10 June at the Stephanian clubhouse, off De Wet Road in Ottery, starting at 19:00.

The reunion is also open to all exCape Town Spurs pro footballers and fans of the 1970s and 80s. Call Vincent Naude on 082 663 7240 or on (021) 931-7224 (office hours).


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RARING TO RUN: Farouk Meyer, the founder and head of coaching of Itheko Sport Athletic Club, spurs on his club members during a training session at Rondebosch Common prior to the Jive Slave Route Challenge that will take place on Sunday 12 June. The inaugural challenge race that will pass many his­ toric landmarks built by the slaves in the early 1700s, will be hosted by Itheko AC. The races for seniors and juniors will wind through the city will start and finish at the Grand Parade. The half­marathon starts at 07:30, the 10km run/race walk at 07:40, the 5km fun run/walk at 07:30 and the 10km big walk at 08:30. Late entries will be accepted at the City Hall on Friday (16:00­20:00), Saturday (10:00­17:00) and Sunday (05:30­ 08:15). The Itheko AC which was found­ ed in 2008 will be represented by com­ petitive runners as well as several ath­ letes who have never done any physical sport before joining the club’s training programme. . People’s Post is the print media sponsor for the Slave Route Chal­ lenge. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

Doutie keen to quit Ajax AJAX CAPE TOWN FC insist that their midfielder Sameehg Doutie is not for sale –for now. So says George Comitis, the CEO of Ajax Cape Town, which placed second in the Absa Premier Soccer League this past season. At the moment Doutie is staying with the club, Comitis told Kick-Off magazine. Comitis reacted soon after Doutie (22) posted messages on Facebook and Twitter saying he is no longer interested in playing for the Urban Warriors and is looking forward to playing soccer elsewhere next season. Comitis said as soon as Doutie returns from national team duty with the SA under-23s squad in Benin this weekend, he is going to sit down with him and have a chat. The Ajax CEO said he knew for a fact

that the Premier Soccer League (PSL) wants to sign all his top players, and that some have shown interest in Doutie. “In Dutch they say you can only sell your shoes unless you are sure of finding a replacement, and at this stage Doutie is not for sale,” said Comitis. Doutie, who played an integeral role in Ajax’s unsuccessful bid for the PSL league champion title this past season, made his professional debut at Ajax at 17, after progressing from the Ajax youth ranks. Comitis has also confirmed that midfielder Brent Carelse has signed a twoyear contract. Carelse (30) spent the past six months on loan at Ajax from SuperSport United. “Brent brings a high level of professionalism to the team,” said Comitis.

Western Province club rugby results SATURDAY 4 JUNE:– Super League A: Belhar 28 False Bay 28; Durbanville-Bellville 45 Helderberg 23; Villager 6 Hamiltons 30. Super League B: NNK 28 Bellville 28; Hands & Heart 12 Tygerberg 38; Young Peoples 20 Collegians 17; Kuils River 30 Brackenfell 34; Pniel Villagers 24 Primrose 19. Premier League A: Kraaifontein 32 Elsies River 24; Paarl 17 Hamlets 24; St George’s 14 Rangers 10; Goodwood 79 Langa 14; Scottsdene 25 Stellenbosch Coronations 17. Premier League B: Strand United 12 Milnerton 17; Sir Lowrians 17 Macassar 17.

Division 1: Busy Bee 25 Hamediehs 20; Young Stars 13 Young Wesleys 29; Raithby 12 Northerns 13; Kylemore 17 Strand 17; Paarl Rangers 15 Eerste River 24. Division 2: Atlantis 22 Temperance 23; Rocklands 27 All Saints 17; Whistling Wheels 17 Blue Stars 38; Manenberg Rangers 10 Blue Jets 3; Watsonia 50 Strand Pioneers 14. Division 3: Bishop Lavis 10 Violets 47; Caledonian Roses 6 Young Ideas 0; Perseverance 13 Retreat 5; Cloetesville 49 Richmond Rangers 0; Young Brothers 12 Tech-Gardens 26. Division 4: Cities 0 Khayelitsha 34; Thistle 18 Imiqhayi 24; Titans 20 Delft 12; Masi 20 Mitchell’s Plain United 0.


Fri 10 June 16:00 - 20:00 Sat 11 June 10:00 - 17:00 Sun 12 June 05:30 - 08:00 at the City Hall Cape Town

CLOSE ENCOUNTER: Shane Joemath (right) of Old Mutual Academy keeps Ashwin Barends of Fish Hoek AFC at bay, during Old Mutual’s 1­0 win in an under­17 division match of the LFA Cape Town Tygerberg at Mutual Park in Pinelands on Saturday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN A special meeting of the Council of the City of Cape Town will be held on Wednesday, 8 June 2011 at 10:00 in the Council Chamber, 6th Floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town, where the Annual Budget 2011/12 – 2013/14 will be considered in terms of Chapter 4, Section 24(2) of the Municipal Finance Management Act. Please note that limited seating is available in the public gallery of the Council Chamber, and therefore seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Should you wish to attend the meeting, you are requested to contact Ms A Curtis on 021 400 3342 between 09:00-16:00. All requests for attendance must be received by no later than a day before the meeting. You will be required to provide your surname, initials and contact telephone number. Visitors are kindly requested to be seated by 09:30.




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TRIUMPH: Hamiltons RFC leftwing Alshaun Bock eludes a diving Duncan Emslie and shapes to pass Calvin Kotze of Villager RFC as he heads for the try line to touch down, dur­ ing Hamiltons’ 30­6 win in a Western Prov­ ince Super League A rugby match at the Brookside Sports Com­ plex in Claremont on Saturday. The other try scorers for Hamiltons were Liam Slater, Tiaan de Kock and Francois Prinsloo. Jano van Zyl and Claud Burger each goaled a penalty and a conversion to assure Hamiltons a five­point haul. Warren Edwards slotted over two penal­ ties for Villager. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

Coetzee plots to counter vengeful Bulls TASMIN CUPIDO


ROCK-SOLID defence, something the DHL Stormers have prided themselves on for the past two Super Rugby seasons, will be needed when the men from the Cape take on the Vodacom Bulls at DHL Newlands on Saturday. And with the side only conceding 13 tries this season, Allister Coetzee and his coaching team will be hoping the match, a traditional North vs South derby, will be a replica of the performances throughout this season. With the team coming off a four-week tour of Austrakia and New Zealand, in which they won three of their four matches, Coetzee will be hoping the long trek from Down Under will not play any role for his charges. He will also be hoping his team can replicate the performance they displayed against the Melbourne Rebels in the last game of their tour on Friday. The Stormers finished 40-3 victors, se-

curing a much-needed four-try bonus point and further cementing their hopes of getting a home semi-final later this month. And despite injuries to key players, the men in navy-blue-and-white showed the depth of the squad, as they completely annihilated Stirling Mortlock’s men. The young flyhalf, Kurt Coleman, impressed not only with his general play and ball distribution, but also his place kicking, with a near-perfect record for the match. He was also assisted well by Jean de Villiers, while replacement hooker, Deon Fourie again impressed with his general and set play. But the injury woes of the team may continue, as flyhalf Peter Grant, front rower CJ van der Linde and scrumhalf Dewaldt Duvenhage remain doubtful for the Bulls clash. Fitness assessments were conducted on all three players yesterday, and the results will be revealed later this week. The last time the two sides met, it was the Stormers who ended victorious, with a 23-13 win at Loftus Versveld. The Bulls are likely to stick to their pat-

tern of forward play, while the Stormers would do themselves a favour by running the ball from side to side to ensure a victory. Interesting battles include those between the lock pairings of Reinard Elstadt and Andries Bekker, and Victor Matfield and Bakkies Botha (Bulls), as well as the battle between the two sides’ loose forward trio. In the backline, everyone’s eyes will most likely be glued to the clash between Bjorn Basson (Bulls) and Brian Habana. In the Bulls’ 23-17 win over the Waratahs on Friday evening, Basson equalled Habana’s try-scoring record for a Super Rugby season (nine tries). He has been impressive throughout the season, gaining metres, being strong on defence and being a feared figure in the Bulls team. Habana has only recently shown form, and has been somewhat of a disappointment since moving to the Cape. A tight, true derby-style match can be expected when the two sides take to the field on Saturday.

BUNDLED: DHL Stormers replacement flyhalf, Earl Rose, takes down a much larger Melbourne Rebels’ Stirling Mortlock during the two sides’ Super Rugby clash in Melbourne, Australia, on Friday. Photo: Getty Images

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