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TOP HONOURS: Young Men Sporting Club from Mitchell’s Plain walked away with the prestigious Silver Fez Trophy at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday 16 April. Young Men fought off choirs such as Board­ ing Boys, Jonge Stu­ dente and former champions Young Zinnias and many more. The competi­ tion rounded off the last action for the Malay choirs in 2011. Just over 7 000 spec­ tators crammed into the stadium to watch the team walk away with the 71st Silver Fez Trophy. here Young Men Sporting Club celebrates min­ utes after receiving their winners’ tro­ phies. Photo: Yunus Mo­

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SPATE of vandal and burglary attacks have occurred between Helena and Magda roads in Grassy Park over the past two months. Neil Jacobus, chairperson of the Carola Neighbourhood Watch, says vandalism in the area happens “onand-off” late at night and early morning. There have been up to five incidents in the past month, he says. Vandals have been ripping out the wires of the street lights, stealing bricks and bins from residents’ properties, stealing drain covers and even stealing car windscreens. “The community is at their wits’ end. We feel that SAPS is not active enough. They do not provide neighbourhood watches with good enough support. When we call

them, they don’t pitch,” says Jacobus. However, the spokesperson for Grassy Park Police Station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith, says that police work hand-in-hand with the neighbourhood watches on a regular basis. “The neighbourhood watches have the numbers of the sector commanders – two are on duty every weekend – and they can call if there are any problems. “We cannot post someone permanently with the neighbourhood watches, but if they have an urgent complaint, they must come to the station and we will investigate the matter at hand,” she says. Three weeks ago, in the early hours of the morning, vandals broke into the sewerage substation in Joanna Road. The wires at the substation were ripped out and the tap fittings broken off.

According to Jacobus, the substation is heavily locked. “It plays an important role in the community in pumping sewage. If they had broken the pump, the entire substation would have flooded. It would cause a massive stink in the area, as well as a major health risk,” he says. It took four days for the municipality to repair the damages at the pump station – costing several thousand rands. Derek Jacobs, an active member of the neighbourhood watch and resident of Helena Road, says the culprits roam the streets searching for opportunities. “We appeal to residents to not create opportunities for hooligans to steal from their property,” he says. According to Jacobs, the offenders operate in cars and on foot. “A couple of months ago, we were chasing guys down the road and

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Thousands of unemployed on City’s database River, Ottery, Grassy Park Residents’ Association (Logra) civic initiative – where unemployed members of the community can acquire electrical and plumbing skills. The training centre runs a seven-week course and, at the end, participants receive a certificate. The centre also provides further assistance for six months to those who want to start their own businesses. Councillor for Ward 72, Jan Burger, says he is experiencing the same demand for job allocations in his ward. Burger says there are hardly any permanent jobs, and a solution needs to be brought to the table soon. “Whatever jobs we can create, like street cleaning, are not sustainable, and the few people who do get jobs are only employed for a month or two,” he says. According to Burger, there is not enough support and financial backing from the department of social and economic development. “The only thing we as councillors can do is work through portfolios – parks, social and economic development – and maybe, if you’re lucky – roads,” says Burger. Various projects are in the pipeline to create more permanent income-generating jobs, including the re-launch of the Gateway to Flats Fleamarket, next to the M5, as well as the vegetable tunnel in Retreat.

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HERE are nearly 10 000 residents on the Rondevlei Subcouncil’s job seekers database, and not enough jobs to go around. The database tallies the number of people in various wards who are waiting to be employed by the City of Cape Town. Anyone who wishes to be notified of a possible job has to fill out a form at the subcouncil’s office. “There aren’t sufficient job opportunities for the people in the community. When there is a need, only about 10 or 15 people are chosen,” says councillor for Ward 66, George March. The types of jobs that are given to those on the database include street, beach, canal, park and illegal dump site clean-ups. When a job comes up, 10 candidates are selected at random and sent to an interview with the contractor. “Many people in the community are complaining that the same people get chosen for jobs all the time. It is out of our hands though. “And that’s why we sit with a big group of people waiting anxiously for jobs from the council. We cannot create enough jobs to give to a larger group of people,” says March. There is a skills training centre in Ottery – a Lotus

CAPPED: Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s (CPUT) 2010 BTech journalism classmates celebrated at their graduation ceremony at the Bellville campus on Monday 11 April. From the left: Nolizwi Malentsoe Magwagwa, Lee­Anne Jacobs, Lindiwe Mlandu, Luleka Damane and AJ Opperman. Photo: Supplied

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THE African Institute for Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) and the Cape Town Science Centre will host a public lecture titled “Science, Technology and Humanity” tomorrow (Wednesday 20 April) at 18:30 for 19:00 at Muizenberg Pavilion. The speaker is Professor George Ellis of UCT. School groups and students enter free and adults pay R20. For details, visit http://www.aims.ac.za/ en/programmes/public-lectures.

HAEDON’S Training Academy, in association with the South African Black Entrepreneurs Forum (SABEF), will host a workshop titled “Introduction to Tendering” on Thursday 21 April at the Grassy Park Library from 09:00 to 10:30. Subjects include what tendering means, positive changes in government procurement, what preferential procurement means and BBBEE. The topic “Business opportunities with provincial government, local government and the private sector” will also be covered. The cost is R50. For more details, call John Prinsloo on 082 958 7865 or email tenderspecialist@gmail.com.

Who’s got talent? THE Elizabeth Swail School of Performing Arts in Parkwood Estate is searching for born-again actors to take part in their annual production. Auditions will be held from Tuesday 3 May at Parkwood Primary School at 17:00 and anyone between 13 and 25 may audition. Contact Bradley on 078 743 3718.


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Tuesday 19 April 2011

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March to bring police closer to residents MELISSA LE ROUX

IN an effort to create trust between the police and the community, officers from Grassy Park Police Station held an anticrime march last Thursday. A group of about 40 police officers from the station were transported by bus to various points in the precinct such as Grassy Park, Ottery and Parkwood. People’s Post joined the march through Ottery, and witnessed residents’ reactions to having the police come to them. Some people stared and whispered: “What’s going on?” There were others who took the pamphlets being handed out with a look of confusion on their faces. “I think the community will get such a shock when they see us walking down the street because they will think ‘what is going on? Why are all these police officers walking here?’”, says the spokesperson for Grassy Park Police Station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith. The march lasted the whole morning, with officers handing out pamphlets on domestic violence, gangsterism and children’s rights. “We’re supposed to be fit. We can’t complain that we are tired; it’s all part of the job,” says Kleinsmith. The idea came from the station commander

Help feed Egoli kids A GROUP of Christian bikers called On Eagle’s Wings Christian Motorcycle Social Club, Children and Youth Ministry, needs donations for its feeding scheme. The club spends each Saturday singing and playing with about 500 children at the Egoli informal settlement in the Ottery Farmlands. They provide the children with a hot plate of food, which is often their only meal for the day. The group will also be starting a soup

at the Grassy Park Police Station, Colonel Leroy Nolan, who discussed it with the Grassy Park Community Policing Forum (CPF). Nolan says he hopes this march will bring the police closer to the community and that a relationship of trust will be built. “We hope that this is achieved so that members of the community will come forward about where perpetrators are hiding their drugs and stolen goods. “Currently there is not much trust, and we need to make sure that police officers treat citizens with dignity. However, people should treat police officers with dignity too,” he says. Kleinsmith says that the purpose of the march was to educate people, as well as giving the officers of the law a chance to interact with community members. “We will also be interacting with the community and showing them who we are so that they don’t just see police officers patrolling in vehicles and not really interacting with the people. In this way, people in the community can tell us their views, speak to us and give us input,” she says. The CPF chairperson, Yaseen Meyer, also joined the march and says it is “a great way to hear what people in different areas have to say”. “We want the people to trust the police, so

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Park Police Station, it will not be the last. “We will try to have this anti-crime march on a regular, monthly basis. We want people to be able to walk in Grassy Park with no fear, to walk freely and feel safe,” says Nolan. Kleinsmith says the march did not disturb police’s workload.

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Essential education in a Heaven’s Nest HEAVEN’S NEST – an emergency foster care home in Ottery – was opened in 2004 and is run by the task team of St Francis of Assisi in Strandfontein. It has been six months since Heaven’s Nest launched its classroom, and the response from the children and teachers alike has been positive. Heaven’s Nest cares for abandoned, neglected and abused children, as well as those affected or infected by HIV/ AIDS. Currently, Heaven’s Nest cares for 14 children between the ages of six months and eight years. Until last year, funding did not allow for formal on-premises education. Eleanor Bester, founder of the home, recognised the need for a classroom after witnessing the children struggling to cope with mainstream school, largely due to the absence of formal education in their family homes. Late last year the classroom was built

with support and funding from the local community, Lottery funding, the Community Chest, corporate social initiatives and international aid. There are two teachers who dedicate time on Mondays, Tuesdays and Fridays. “Our children are really excited about having their ‘own’ teachers and a comfortable room to learn in. “Our funders are delighted to see this project come to fruition and we are proud to be able to give these children the very best start in life. “The children are now being given basic education which will give them the confidence they need to attend mainstream schools in future,” says Bester. More teachers are needed to donate their time on Wednesdays and Thursdays so that the children can have classes every day. If you would like to contribute in any way to this child care facility, please contact Eleanor Bester on (021) 703-9781 or email heavensnest@telkomsa.net.

Tuesday 19 April 2011

Cable thief caught in the act GRASSY PARK police are asking the community to be on the lookout for three men between the ages of 20 and 30 who are wanted for robbing a convenience store of R10 000 cash and R10 000 worth of goods. On Thursday 14 April at about 13:15, three unknown suspects entered Bargain Store at Kestrel Inn in Blackbird Avenue, Parkwood. Two of the men – one with a firearm – jumped over the counter and ordered the shop owner, Zahid Hassen, to lie down on the floor. The pair took R10 000 in cash, as well as cigarettes, soap, spray and chocolates worth about R10 000. The third suspect kept the door closed. The trio fled in a blue Opel Corsa in the direction of Plantation Road in Ottery. No shots were fired and noone was injured. The shop owner could identify one of the suspects and an identikit was drawn up. “There weren’t any customers in the shop at the time. The three men came in to buy cigarettes. It all happened so quickly,” says Hassen. If you have any information regarding this crime, contact the investigating officer, Warrant Officer Wesley Williams on (021) 700-3910. . The City of Cape Town’s Metal Theft Unit, also known as the Copperheads, arrested a 44year-old man in the early hours of Friday morn-

WANTED: A man fitting this descrip­ tion and aged be­ tween 20 and 30 is wanted for a robbery in Parkwood. Photo: Supplied

ing, after they caught him red-handed during a stake-out at a cable theft hotspot in Philippi. The suspect, an Ottery resident, was “hacking off” a metre of copper cable with a saw, laid to electrify street lights on Strandfontein Road. “We would like to see what happens with this court case because predominantly, cable thieves get very light sentences,” says Neil Arendse, head of the Copperheads. “All the lights on Strandfontein Road are linked to one line and this theft would result in all the lights not working, causing an unnecessary expense to the City.” The suspect was charged with theft and malicious damage to property amounting to R6 000. He is currently being detained at Philippi Police Station and appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court yesterday. “Would-be criminals are warned that we will wait for them in the most unexpected places and we will eventually catch them,” says Arendse. Residents are requested to come forward with information that could lead to their arrest, by contacting Copperheads on the tollfree number, on 080 022 2771. People’s Post was unable to gain the court outcome at the time of going to print.


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Tuesday 19 April 2011

ON THE LOOKOUT: TK6 will be set free to continue his search for a new troop at Cape Point. Photo: Supplied

Baboon’s search for a new troop leads him to Lotus River MELISSA LE ROUX

A BABOON was spotted in one of the trees in Granite Close, Lotus River, on Wednesday. The male baboon – who is known as TK6 – is believed to have made his way from Tokai Forest, in search of a new troop to join. According to the spokesperson of Grassy Park Police Station, Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith,who was on the scene, it is believed that the baboon travelled from Tokai at night and chose a resting spot in the tree. “It was interesting to see how people reacted to the baboon because they have never seen a baboon leaping from one roof to another before,” says Kleinsmith. She adds that the children in the area were “fascinated” to see a baboon on the loose in the community. “It was a new and exciting experience and the children were following us down the road as we tried to get the baboon to go in the right direction.” TK6 was first spotted by one of the residents in the area, who then called the police. Those called to the scene included the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (SPCA), Zeekoevlei Nature

Reserve and Tokai Nature Conservation. “It took a few hours because at first they did not want to dart the baboon, and thought it was best to wait around for him to fall asleep,” says Kleinsmith. City of Cape Town veterinarian, Dr Elzette Jordan says TK6 (the TK stands for Tokai Forest) is known as a dispersing baboon – a baboon that has reached sexual maturity and is in search of a new troop. “He was trying to get away from his troop to look for a new one of his own. A lot of baboons take the route of the Cape Flats,” she says. Jordan says that this is not the first time a baboon has trekked through Grassy Park. “About five years ago, a baboon called Mike ended up in Grassy Park too,” she says. TK6 was caught in Grassy Park on Friday and is being kept in a cage. “He was quite tired and stressed out. He was darted and is doing very well now,” says Jordan. He will be kept until tomorrow and then taken to Platte Road, just past the Cape Point gate, where he will be released.

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ADDING UP: The annu­ al UCT Mathematics Competition for West­ ern Cape high schools took place on Thursday 14 April. Seven thou­ sand pupils from 130 schools enjoyed an evening tackling math­ ematical problems. Budding mathemati­ cians milled around, finding their way to 60 different lecture thea­ tres and tutorial rooms in every building across the campus. Gold awards and calcu­ lators are presented for top results in each grade at the June prizegiving. Top achievers will be invited to a follow up event, the UCT Invitational Mathematics Challenge. The results will be used to select the Western Province teams for the South African Inter­Provincial Mathematics Olympiad in September. The UCT Mathematics Competition is the university’s biggest outreach project for schools. Photo: Danielle Karallis

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A FRESH START: Western Cape premier, Helen Zille, and Cape Town mayor, Dan Plato, turn the first sod on the erf earmarked for Phase One of the Pelican Park housing development. Photo: Melissa Le Roux

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HE eight-year wait for the Pelican Park Housing Development is over, as construction of Phase One in Zeekoevlei Road is set to start in September. After two previous failed attempts to further develop the Pelican Park area – which floundered when expected sources of funding were exhausted or withdrawn – an 80hectare portion of Erf 82 will now be used to create housing opportunities for the city’s people. The Pelican Park Housing Development will create 3 200 houses – 2 000 subsidy houses and 1 200 bonded houses. With about 400 000 families on the City of Cape Town’s housing waiting list, the mayor of Cape Town, Dan Plato, is confident that this development will help to significantly reduce this number. At the City’s celebratory sod-turning with Western Cape Premier Helen Zille last Tuesday, Plato said: “Only those who are on the City’s database will be eligible to receive one of these houses. It is a much-improved housing development.” In accordance with the City’s Housing Policy, a list of people was drawn from a database in the order that they were added – those with the oldest registration dates, received the highest priority. And in compliance with an agreement reached in 2007, residents of Zilleraine Heights informal settlement in Parkwood, who are registered on the database, will be included on the list. The houses will have features such as concrete-tiled roofs, solid, hardwood front and back doors, cavity brick walls, electrical reticulation to every room in the house, a 100litre solar water heating system, a grassed front garden and grey-water recycling – which would be a first for the City. Also included in the development will be a retail centre with parking, sites for a secondary and primary school, as well as sites for a clinic and community centre. The piece of land earmarked for the hous-

ing project is right next to the Zeekoevlei Nature Reserve “and it’s because of this, that the project took so long to launch”, says Mayoral Committee member for Housing, Shehaam Sims. Although Erf 829 is about 360 hectares, only around 160 hectares may be used for developing housing, with the remaining 200 hectares being protected to conserve the natural environment and ecosystems. According to Sims, there are many different precautions and areas of concern to consider when building houses next to a nature reserve. “The land is quite substantial, and we wouldn’t want people disrupting the type of environment that is at a nature reserve,” she says. Beneficiaries of the subsidy houses will be drawn from across the metropolitan area. At a meeting that looked at allocation of houses to beneficiaries in 2007, it was decided by the City’s Executive Mayoral Committee that the approval of subsidies should be granted to 60% of people with addresses within the boundaries of Subcouncil 18 and 40% of people living outside the subcouncil. Yaseen Meyer, chairperson of the Pelican Park/Eagle Park Residents’ Association, claims that the City did not consult them about the project. “We are 100% for the project, as we know that people are in desperate need of houses. However, my only problem is that the council did not consult with us beforehand. They said they had a public participation process two years ago, but I have no recollection of this,” he says. Oscroft however, says Meyer is “mistaken”, as the City had held several meetings with residents’ associations. He adds that the development will create many jobs for unemployed people from the community, with 3 200 houses being built. “The building of houses, roads and construction will create jobs for many. There will also be a waste recycling facility and a shopping centre, that will also create jobs.” The Pelican Park Housing Development will consist of two phases. Phase One is set to be completed in about five years.

Learn to speak in sign language JUNE BOTHMA, who started teaching sign language in 1992 and taught for 15 years, is offering a 15-week course in basic Sign Language. The course will give you the ability to communicate with the deaf at a basic level. You can choose lessons either on Wednesday mornings or evenings, starting on Wednesday 4 May in Callow

House, opposite Christ Church on Richmond Road, Kenilworth. The times are 10:00 to 11:30 and 19:30 to 21:00. The cost of the course is R450, which includes a manual and the payment of car guards. For more information you can SMS June, who is deaf on 083 448 1837, fax (021) 683-3719 or email junebothma@gmail.com.


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Tuesday 19 April 2011

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Dance group prepares to take their act from a hall in Chukker Road, Kenwyn to the world stage

Street Stylers ready to go for gold MELISSA LE ROUX

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UST one point kept dancing group Street Stylers from being crowned Hip Hop champions in the Battle of the Giants Hip Hop Championship World Trial Circuit at Sun City recently. In the group’s hearts though, they were the champions: “We did ourselves proud. We didn’t have that much time to rehearse when we were at Sun City, but we put all our time into it. We were the only Cape Town crew in the competition, and the feedback we received, was very uplifting,” says Shannon Foure, a member of the group. Street Stylers, which consists of nine teenage boys from areas such as Ottery, Fairways, Southfield, Muizenberg, Plumstead and Athlone, finished second, behind Artistic Intelligence from Johannesburg. The annual Hip Hop competition, which was held from Wednesday 30 March to Monday 4 April, is an “intense battle” of the best dance crews from around the country. It attracts over 500 entries, with dancers from as young as eight battling it out to see who has the best moves on the dance floor. Street Stylers have been dancing together since 2007, and each of the boys danced for many years before forming a group. Some took part in solo competitions and others danced “just for the love of it”. The Street Stylers are members of the

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who danced and co-choreographed in Afrika Ablaze’s dance production, “Dancers Don’t Cry,” performed on 30 and 31 March at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC), and who has also competed in solo competitions for three years. The group competes in various genres of dance, such as Breakdancing, Popping and Locking, a hard-hitting movement that is a clean dance style, Krumping, consisting of bigger dance movements expressing anger, Whacking, Vogue, House, Lyrical Hip Hop. They even made up their own dance style, which they call Thuggin’ – made up of new-school dance moves and “lots of gimmicks”. The talented crew shared their joy and excitement at their achievement with People’s Post. “Even though the competition was tough and intense, we came second in the country and we are very proud of our achievement. “It was one of the best experiences of my life,” says Williams. Street Stylers will compete in three national competitions before showcasing their moves at the World Trial Circuit Championships in October in Austria – where they have their sights firmly set on first place.


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Tuesday 19 April 2011

Fête brings happiness to home THE Beit-ul-Aman Old Age Home in Wynberg held its annual fête on Friday 1 and Saturday 2 April. The fête was held to raise funds for the maintenance of the home. Hundreds of people flocked into the home’s grounds, where they were able to shop around for clothing, toys and food. They were also entertained by top singers and Malay choirs. People’s Post was there to capture the moment.

ORGANISED: The Beit­ul­Aman organising committee worked tirelessly to ensure that the fête ran smoothly.

Photo: Tauriq Hassen

MMMM: Rushana Ajmoodien showing off her colourful cupcakes.

FUN FOR ALL: From left, Muhammad Salih Kenny, Maryam Parker, Yusrah parker and Thanaa Parker after getting their faces painted.

HAVING A LAUGH: Woodstock residents, from left, Roshana Dieder­ icks, Ardilah Swanepoel, Sadiqa Manan and Ilhaam Abrahams enjoy­ ing the day.

COOLING OFF: At the cool drink stand Wynberg residents (from left) De­ hraan Agherdien, Reezah Nackerdien, Zakariyah Ebrahim and Emran Ebra­ him ensured that nobody went thirsty.

PAINTING AWAY: Noorjahan Camroodien painting Raeesah Legget’s face.

CHILLING: Badroen Karriem Allies, left, and Yusuf Ismail relaxing inside the home.

THUMBS UP: Moegammad Francis, a res­ ident at the home, approved of the festivi­ ties, but could not miss the World Cup cricket final between India and Sri Lanka.

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Tuck in with theatrical flourish T

HE Baxter Theatre Centre’s new restaurant, bars and catering facilities are now operational. Renovations began in earnest in February this year to overhaul the main restaurant on the second level, the bar, the snacks and coffee station in the main downstairs foyer and the bar on the upper level. Patrons can now look forward to a fresh, funky new look, in a space pulsating with activity. The long bar will function as a bar and coffee station. The upstairs bar will be named Play Bar, and will double up as a grab-and-go, all-day restaurant with light meals and fresh takeaway options. The main restaurant, which is the last to be completed, is called Act and is open for pre-show dining. All the areas have wi-fi. To book for the restaurant, call (021) 6853888.

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NEWS

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Tuesday 19 April 2011

Your ward candidates VARIOUS people have put themselves forward as ward councillor candidates, and Wednesday on 18 May you

have the chance to vote for one of them. People’s Post invited all the ward councillor candidates in your area to submit

photos and profiles on themselves. We publish the profiles and photos received. The candidates for ward councillor

Ward 65

published here have all met the Independent Electoral Commission’s requirements to stand for election.

The South African Progressive Civic Organisation’s Emile Jansen is an in­ ternational Hip Hop artist and youth mentor. He is passionate about com­ munities and healing young people, changing their mindsets and giving them opportunities bigger than themselves. Poor infrastructures in disadvantaged communities are of great concern to this community worker. He would like to see that poor service delivery is eradicated so that communities can take pride in their areas. Drug abuse and teen pregnancy are also of great concern to him.

Ward 66 Cassiem Gamiet (Cape Muslim Con­ gress) is the chairperson of the Mitchell’s Plain Community Policing Forum and hosts his own programme on radio station Voice of the Cape. The party says that he is a seasoned community worker and is well known for negotiating peace deals between feuding gangs in the area.

Moegsien Ismail (African National Congress) has been an ANC member for over 40 years and was also a founding member of the United Dem­ ocratic Front. Ismail is a former ANC branch chairperson and spokesper­ son. He has also previously worked as a journalist.

Stephen Goodson, leader of the Abo­ lition of Income Tax and Usury Party, is standing for councillor of Ward 65. He says the party’s main proposal is the establishment of “a municipal bank, which will create money out of nothing using fractional reserves, as commercial banks currently do. It will enable a 15% reduction in prop­ erty rates and provision of 2% home loans to ratepayers, who have at least 10% of the purchase price of a house on fixed deposit with the bank.”

.Cape Party: Louisa Japhta

Sheikh Salaamadat (Cape Muslim Congress) is an imam and social wel­ fare advisor at Masjied Thaaalieth in Beacon Valley and an has been an is­ lamic studies lecturer at Madrasatul Najaat for the past six years. He is also an anti­drug and gangsterism campaigner and activist. According to the party Salaamadat is well known across Mitchell’s Plain and is well respected by other religious leaders in the area because of his firm belief in peaceful conflict resolu­ tion. . Cape Party: Olaf Marsten

Ngcakaza Xolile represents the Uni­ versal Civics of South Africa and says he will help people and tackle important issues if he is elected. He will look at a plan for the location of sites that has been changed and the double occupation of one water me­ ters and the Reconstruction and De­ velopment Programme Housing cri­ sis.

. African People’s Mawethu Ndude

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. Abolition of Income Tax and Usury Party: Stephen Goodson

. Cape Party: Bertram Dick

. Abolition of Income Tax and Usury Party: Stephen Goodson

Vincent Carelse (African National Congress) has served on the govern­ ing body of Zeekoeivlei High School for the last 13 years and is well liked and respected in Lotus River accord­ ing to religious leaders in the area. . Cape Party: Louisa Japhta

Mawethu Ndude (African People’s Convention) is the chairperson of the African People’s Convention in the Western Cape. He is also a youth sport coordinator in Khayelitsha and formed an athletics club called New Balance Khayelitsha. Ndude was for­ merly the chairperson of the Khay­ elitsha Sport Council from 1997 to 1999.

Ward 72

Leslie Isaacs will represent the Dem­ ocratic Alliance in the election.

Ebrahim Londt of the Africa Muslim Party makes food for the community, offers his assistance and his door is open for all.

Melanie Arendse will represent the Democratic Alliance in the election. . Cape Muslim Congress: Cassiem Gamiet Armiena Naidoo will be representing the Africa Muslim Party. She is a well known flower seller and is willing to go the extra mile for the community.

Zaibunissa Johnson is the represent­ ative for the Al Jama­ah Party and is an experienced community worker.

David Sasman is a candidate for the Universal Civics of South Africa. He is well­known and has had previous experience as councillor – he promis­ es to make a difference in the com­ munity.

Ward 67 . Cape Muslim Congress: Cassiem Gamiet

Jan Burger will represent the Demo­ cratic Alliance in the election. Nazley Bester, representative for the Africa Muslim Party is a very pas­ sionate individual and is always will­ ing to help people who needs assist­ ance. Her door is open to anyone and she always has an ear to listen. She also promises to provide the commu­ nity with feedback of all issues.

Henry Moses is the representative for the African National Congress. He is a staunch believer in improving the community. He is involved in helping people with their personal problems, developing young sport talents and also contributes towards keeping the community safe as a member of the neighbourhood watch. Moses is a sportsman and represented the Western Province Industrial Rugby League in 1980 and was the vice­president of the Retreat Rugby Football Club. He is passion­ ate about all sport and instills this in the youth of Retreat. Henry be­ lieves that by keeping the youth con­ structively busy the crime in the area will diminish. . Universal Civics of South Africa: David Sasman


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Tuesday 19 April 2011

People’s Post Grassy Park Page 11

Bergvliet man sues state for wife’s murder LIAM MOSES

AFTER more than three years, a Bergvliet man has taken the first steps to fulfilling a promise he made to his wife on her death bed. Smiley van Zyl, whose wife was murdered in a robbery in 2008, has instituted a damages claim against the ministers of Justice and Safety and Security for failing to protect his wife. Smiley says he hopes to win the caseand set a precedent to keep the promise he made to his wife before her life support machines were switched off. “There are two sides to why I chose to do this. The one side is I made a vow to my wife, on her death bed, that she would not become just another South African murder statistic,” says Smiley. “And the second is that I promised her that I would turn her death into something meaningful for society so she did not die in vain.” Jane van Zyl was shot and killed by Gershwin Hartzenberg, who was 25 years old at the time, in the driveway of her Bergvliet home on 13 April 2008. She had just returned from dropping off her husband at the Constantiaberg Medi-Clinic, and was waiting for the electric gates at her home to open when Hartzenberg struck. Hartzenberg had been released on bail less than two weeks earlier, on 1 April 2008. According to the damages claim documents, Hartzenberg was arrested by Kirstenhof police on 30

Jane van Zyl

Photo: Own archive

March 2008 and taken to Wynberg Magistrate’s Court the following day to appear on a charge of armed robbery, but was returned to Kirstenhof police station because his docket had been misplaced. He was then taken back to court the following day (1 April) and released on bail because he had been in custody for over 48 hours. Within two weeks he had killed Jane van Zyl. Hartzenberg shot Van Zyl once in the head but she did not die immediately and spent 12 hours on a life support machine before it was turned off. The documents also state that the court was not informed that Hartzenberg had several other cases pending at the time – including armed robbery, attempted murder, kidnapping and several charges of theft. Smiley believes that the government failed to protect his wife when it allowed Hartzenberg back on the streets.

Gershwin Hartzenberg, sentenced in September 2009 to life imprison­ ment for the April 2008 murder of Jane van Zyl. He was 26 years old at the time of his sentencing. Photo: Lulama Zenzile

“The person who murdered my wife had a history of serious crimes pending against him. Looking at the charges and the circumstances, he definitely did not qualify for bail,” says Van Zyl. “Yet the authorities allowed him back on the streets and they failed in their duties when they did this.” Hartzenberg was later found guilty of Jane’s murder and sentenced to life in prison,as well as an additional 10 years for a different armed robbery and five years for illegal possession of a firearm. Hartzenberg is currently serving his term in Pollsmoor Prison. Smiley added that many other South Africans had found themselves in similar situations before. “If you look at the statistics, she is probably one of thousands who died in the same way, which shows

Smiley van Zyl

you that there is something wrong with the system – and it’s the system that I’m trying to address.” Smiley filed the papers at the Cape High Court on Wednesday 6 April. Gerhard Kotze, Smiley’s attorney, says he is confident of victory even though only one precedent exists. Alix Jean Carmichele is the only person to have successfully sued the South African Ministers of Safety and Security and Justice. Carmichele was attacked by Francois Coetzee in a small village named Noetzie, around 12 kilometres from Knysna, on 6 August 1995. Coetzee had previously been convicted of indecent assault and housebreaking, and was out on bail after being charged with rape when he attacked Carmichele. “I’m very confident that we’ll win because I think we’ll be able to establish that the criminal who murdered Smiley van Zyl’s wife would not have been out on the streets if

Talk on upcoming elections THE Democracy Development Programme will be hosting a community dialogue on the upcoming local government elections on Wednesday 20 April at Square Hill Community Centre on the corner of Allenby Drive and Concert Boulevard in Retreat from 19:00 to 21:00. Topics include: . Does the councillor serve your needs? . Does your vote work for you? . What is the role of the Ward Forum? The speakers will be Pat Arendse, of the Af-

rican Christian Democratic Party (ACDP), Collin Moses of the African National Congress (ANC), Demetri Qually of the Democratic Alliance (DA) and Bernard Jackson, of the Social Democratic Party (SDP). All are welcome and entry is free. Refreshments will be served. Transport can be arranged, where required, if sufficient notice is given. RSVP for seating and catering purposes by contacting Colleen or Jamie on (021) 422-1796. Alternatively, email colleen@ddpcapetown.org.za or visit www.ddp.org.za.

Crafts for Kirstenbosch THE Kirstenbosch Craft Market will take place on Sunday 24 April from 09:00 to 15:00 at the Stone Cottage grounds, corner Kirstenbosch and Rhodes Drives, Newlands. Proceeds from stall rentals go to improve-

ments and development at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. For more information contact the convener, Tessa van Rooyen, on (021) 697-2853.

Fun classes in Ottery

Saturday from 14:00 to 17:00. Mothers and daughters are welcome to partake. The cost is R60 per person, which includes materials. . The Ottery Craft Market will be held on Saturday 30 April at the OIS Centre from 09:00 to 15:00. Bric-a-brac, clothes, shoes, bags, novelties, food, crafts, gifts, toys, jewellery and sweet treats will be on sale. Stalls are available at R50. For bookings or more information, contact Mrs Isaacs on (021) 704-1462, 074 106 0713 or email stages@polka.co.za.

THE Ottery Islamic Society Centre in Strandfontein Road offers various classes to the community. . Children between the ages of five and 15 will have a chance to have fun with extra-mural classes every Friday from 15:00 to 17:00. The programme includes activities such as arts and crafts, drama, games, life skills and parties The cost is R20 per child per week. . Ladies’ craft classes are offered every

No secrets for civil society THE Right2Know campaign, an organisation committed to the free flow of information, is calling on individuals and community organisations to help them draft the SA Secrets List. The body was launched in August last year to stop the Protection of Information Bill, also known as the secrecy bill, which is currently before Parliament. The Secrecy List will be a compilation of verbal and written submissions from the public about what information they feel should be made available to them to improve

everyday life. It will be discussed and documented at a public meeting at the Mowbray Town Hall tomorrow, Wednesday 20 April, from 09:00 to 16:00. Representatives from community organisations can make a verbal testimony at the public meeting or a written submission by email to admin@r2k.org.za. Individuals can also make submissions. For further details call Nkwame Cedile on (021) 461-7211 or 078 227 6008 or email nkwame.cedile@gmail.com.

Photo: Lulama Zenzile

the law had been applied properly,” says Kotze. “He was arrested shortly before her murder and my instruction is that if the prosecutors and/or the police had done their job, he wouldn’t have been released. And if he hadn’t been released then Mrs van Zyl wouldn’t have been murdered.” However, Kotze is under no illusions that the case will be easy. He feels it is the responsibility of attorneys to do their part in the fight against crime by taking up tough cases such as this. “I feel very strongly that we have a duty as attorneys to take on cases like this,” said Kotze. “The state has got to be held accountable for this. We have a huge crime problem in this country and have to fight it on all fronts.” At the time of her murder, Jane was 52 and had been married to her husband for over 33 years. Smiley no longer lives in the same house and says that although he has moved on with his life, he will only have complete closure once he has fulfilled his promise to his wife. “If my wife had died of natural causes then I would have received closure at the funeral and moved on,” says Smiley. “But she did not die of natural causes. She died because the system failed us as law-abiding citizens. And if we all walk away and move on then nothing will ever change.” Kotze says the case could take up to three years to get to court if the Ministers of Justice and Safety and Security refuse to settle out of court, due to the lengthy waiting list at the Cape High Court.

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LEADER

Tuesday 19 April 2011

Stay safe AS MANY Capetonians eagerly await the arrival of the Easter weekend, the reality is that some of us may unknowingly be marching to our demise. South Africans travel both long and short distances over the Easter weekend, which means greater traffic volumes on our roads. With this comes a higher probability of fatal and non-fatal accidents, which traditionally makes this period so tragic. And while the City of Cape Town promises increased patrols on our roads at the weekend, the good news is that every one of us can do something about this problem. In 2010, the national death toll on South African roads reached 105 – far fewer than the 197 fatalities reported in 2009. This year the City has taken a proactive approach to curbing rising death tolls by offering free roadworthy safety checks to motorists ahead of the Easter weekend. But inevitably, with most holidays excess kicks in. Alcohol and drug use will, no doubt, again have a huge impact on how well motorists obey the rules of the road. And as schools and institutions of higher learning also close for the break, the number of inexperienced drivers and young passengers on our roads will also increase. A road safety initiative in Australia calls on families to check-off a range of safe driving methods, such as putting a curfew on night driving for young people. Shouldn’t local motorists draw up the same contract with themselves, pledging not to drive when intoxicated, and choosing instead to put their keys down and sober up first? Similarly if you’re a passenger, wear a seatbelt at all times and, when confronted by a difficult situation, choose not to get into a car with an intoxicated driver. An accident can happen in a second as a result of the smallest oversight. Personal responsibility is your safest bet to stay alive on our roads, so be responsible for yourself and those around you. Have a safe Easter weekend.

Your SMSes

Where is the service delivery? I DO not wish to become embroiled in a public spat with your reader, Keith Sauls, but I do, however, feel compelled to respond to his letter published on Tuesday 12 April. I have absolutely no problem with the lawabiding citizens in Parkwood. I have been commuting through your suburb for the past 22 years and also worship at the St Gerard’s Catholic Church in the area. The only problem that I do have is with public servants who abuse state resources. When council vehicles are seen parked on a regular basis outside shebeens in Parkwood it is my civic duty to report and expose this – I do not need permission to do so. In response to Mr Saul’s suggestion that I do something about the drag racing problem or illegal dumping, may I suggest that he, as a City council employee, resolve this matter with the local ward councillor or Mayoral Committee member at the municipality where he is employed. I am not a councillor, but I do receive regular complaints from residents all over Cape Town who only see their councillors at election time, when they wish to renew their mandate and continue earning their lavish salaries.

Keep your country green DEAR educators, parents and ministers. It is with great disappointment that I write this letter. I would like to know how and what you are teaching our children. Respect nature and they will automatically love their fellow man. Do not destroy the plants and trees that your neighbour or council is trying to grow. The reason for this? So that you can have a cleaner future.Have you ever seen a dirty road in Constantia, Plumstead even Fairways? No.

Since I was a police reservist, I have always spoken out against irregularities. This cost me my post when I was dishonourably discharged after exposing police corruption in the police service – the two officers who facilitated my discharge have since been promoted to colonel and major general respectively. I was even assaulted by a Metro cop while trying to assist the desperate homeless people of Zilleraine Heights. They now face imminent eviction after being promised housing by the DA City council in a pilot project for backyard dwellers in Grassy Park. It appears that some people are under the mistaken impression that criticism in the media is reserved for the ANC only. City of Cape Town staff, like Keith Sauls, as well as local councillors, must be held accountable by ratepayers and the electorate. It is our constitutional prerogative to ensure that the service delivery that is so often spoken about is not just another “every fiveyears” promise. COLIN ARENDSE Grassy Park

Why? . These people don’t want to live in filth – you do. . These people teach their children not to litter and not to destroy plants – you don’t. . These people respect their property and their neighbours’ property – you don’t. I have been a member of this community for over 50 years, and have never been ashamed to mention that I live in Parkwood; now I am. To keep your country green, it has to be clean. MR LJ BAGLEY Parkwood

General . Colin A. You must see, there’s one that will come home to pick up his wife. A truck picks up his children who come out of school. They are corrupt. SMP. . Regarding conned by repair man: that’s scary. My washing machine and tumble dryer broke down. A good reference: Claremont Refrigeration, in the Yellow Pages. You rock. Job well done, thanks. Hope you help other people. . Regarding the soccer stadium in Cape Town, I suggest we put it in boxes and donate it to Sepp Blatter of FIFA. My monthly contribution as a ratepayer will now be spent correctly. This is plan B! Niefie van die Kaap . Tony Robinson, what are you smoking? . Tony Robinson asks where Shell will get the water from for fracking operations in the Karoo? From the Karoo ground water of course, Tony, where else? Your illogical ramblings are no different to those of Malema. Granville . Regarding scaremongering fracking story: why either fracking or nuclear? Both involve corporate greed. It is past time that we looked at alternatives. . The poor still have not benefited from the City’s service and what about arrears and water cuts and conditions in Blikkiesdorp? .There are so many males looking for jobs. Why don’t you train as nurses? Why must young females see to male patients in hospitals or old-age homes? Concerned wife . High schools should contact learners to collect matric certificates. And why is the department taking so long to send them? Matric 2010 . Switch off your lights for 10 minutes per day and save about 61 hours of energy per year. JEH The fat of the land grows thin . In 1994 South Africa had 140 000 commercial farmers. Today there are only 37 000 still

farming. Soon we will have to import food we used to produce ourselves. . The trouble with capitalism is that the majority of citizens only get to smell the sizzle and do not get to eat the steak. Just look at the massive profits the supermarkets make. No wonder Whitey Basson of Shoprite was paid over R200 million last year. It is the money from the poor that has made him stinking rich. Consumer matters . Why do landlords charge damage deposits but lease properties as is? Surely this can’t be legal? . Is it better to go with a debt counsellor or to make arrangements yourself with the shops you owe? Mrs Jacobs . Well done to Pick n Pay with the Smart Card idea. With every R10 spent you get a whole cent credit on your card! Pick n Pay is enticing you to spend madly with the promise of an incentive. On the Smart Card application form there is absolutely no amount mentioned relating to the cash back reward of 1c per R100. Personally, I think this is false advertising on behalf of Pick n Pay to entice people. Is this not illegal according to the new Consumer Act? You get more cash back from Clicks purchases. . The hand baskets at Pick n Pay and Shoprite are filthy, sometimes even with blood in them from the meat. Please clean your baskets.


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Entries open for guitar competition THE final rounds of the second Avril Kinsey Classical Guitar Competition will take place at Simon’s Conference Hall at Groot Constantia as part of the inaugural Cape Town International Guitar Festival from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 July. Gregory Newton and David Grimes, both from America join Tessa Ziegler, composer Hendrik Hofmeyr, Abri Jordaan, lecturer at the University of Pretoria and Rudi Bower, teacher, performer and musicologist from Port Elizabeth, to make up a highly qualified team of evaluation panelists. Guitarists can enter in three categories: up to age 12, ages 13 to 19 and 20 years and older. The competition is open to all (a lack of formal training is not a drawback as the organisers are looking for talent). Performers will play a free choice composition in the first round; the semi-finals require two pieces from different periods and finalists can play a composition by a South African composer, which is recommended, or opt for a favourite piece. The prizes include scholarships to the Cape Town Academy of Music, Trinity College Guildhall examination entry fees, Hannabach strings, CD recordings by Music@Work and Art Music as well as cash and much more.

Bothners have contributed two guitars: one will go to a young guitarist from a previously disadvantaged community who is part of a recognised arts project and a Cort guitar to the winner of the 12 and younger category. The adult category winner will perform at the prestigious Nederburg concert series in Paarl on 3 July. The festival will feature four international performers as well as informal concerts from young musicians. For more information call Ann Coltham on 082 414 4771. Preferential VIP weekend bookings for all the festival and competition events may be booked by sending an email to friendsctam@mweb.co.za. The cost is R350 and includes all 14 events of the festival and competition, including the VIP Gala Concert. Auditions take place on 11 June at the Hugo Lamprecht Music Centre in Parow. Those unable to make the live audition may send a YouTube link. Entries are already open and close on Sunday 1 May. More information and entry forms can be completed online or downloaded from www.capetownguitarfestival.com or emailed, posted or faxed.

New singers sought THE Philharmonia Choir of Cape Town, a prestigious oratorio choir, is seeking new singers in all voice parts, especially tenor. The choir’s programme for the second half of 2011 comprises performances of Sir Edward Elgar’s great oratorio, “The Dream of Gerontius”, on Thursday 4 August, and of Johannes Brahms’ “German Requiem”, on Thursday 24 Novem-

ber. In both cases the performances will form part of the official concert series of the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. Auditions for prospective new members will be held on Saturday 30 April and Saturday 7 May. Applicants should contact Di van der Westhuizen by emailing jvdwesth@xsinet.co.za or call (021) 7885159 to make an appointment.

FEATHERLIGHT: South Korean star ballerina, Hyo Jung Jun, who won the gold medal at the inaugural Cape Town International Ballet Competition in 2008, returns to perform at the In­ ternational Ballet Gala at the Grand Arena at Grand­ West on Wednes­ day 29 June. Photo: Supplied

Ballet stars to perform in SA A GALAXY of ballet stars will descend on South Africa for the International Ballet Gala at the GrandWest Arena in Cape Town for one night only, on Wednesday 29 June. This will be the first time ballet will be seen at GrandWest. Some of the stars featured in the line-up will be winners from previous Cape Town International Ballet competitions in 2008 and 2010, such as Alys Shee (Canada), Elza Leimane (Latvia), Hyo Jung Jun (South Korea), Nathan Chaney (USA), Oscar Carmenates (Cuba), Raimond Martinov (Latvia), Sung Woo Han (South Korea) and Aaron Smythe (Australia). South African-based dancers include Michael Revie (Ireland), Kitty Phetla and Angela Malan.

Andile Ndlovu, the joint winner of the gold medal in the senior contemporary section in the 2008 CTIBC, returns to the South African stage from Washington DC where he is a member of the Washington Ballet. The show is presented jointly by the Cape Town International Ballet Competition (funded in part by the City of Cape Town) and Mzansi Productions (funded by the National Lottery Distribution Trust Fund), both directed by Dirk Badenhorst. Audiences can look forward to stunning pas de deux and showpieces from such legendary ballets as “Swan Lake”, “Le Corsaire”, “Don Quixote” and “The Nutcracker”.The show starts at 20:00. Tickets cost from R80 to R350 and booking is via Computicket.

IN YOUR FACE: Paraphernalia, a quirky theatrical experience that questions the notion of “bigger is better” consumerism, will be on stage at the New Africa Theatre Association at 43 Golf Course Road, Sybrand Park, till 21 April. Today the show starts at 19:30, and on Wednesday and Thursday at 20:15. Tickets are R50 for adults and R30 for scholars, block bookings of 10 or more and senior citizens. To book, phone Tahirih on (021) 685­5263 or 084 873 4711. Alternatively, email her at tahirih.cook@gmail.com.

Barry Hilton does Fish Hoek BARRY HILTON will be appearing live and large in Fish Hoek on Saturday 7 May in a fundraiser for the Shark Spotters.

Barry Hilton His show is the first in a planned “Legends in the Valley” comedy series being organised by comedian Mark Sampson, a Noordhoek local who’s always conceptualising exciting new projects. An avid surfer, Mark brazenly supports the Shark Spotters in an attempt to gain some “shark karma” for when he goes out to sea. “We live in the most beautiful part of the most picturesque city in one of the most stunning countries in the world. “The south peninsula is truly breathtakingly spectacular and it’s about time we brought some comedy legends to show them that the people here more than match up to the nature – that they are also wild and full of fun,” says Sampson. Barry Hilton’s Fish Hoek show will be his first show in Cape Town in far too long. The show will be presented in the Fish Hoek High School hall at 19:00. Tickets are R100 pre-booked and R120 at the door. There will be a full bar on the evening and a selection of snacks for sale. Barry’s show will be preceded by a support act. To reserve your tickets, phone 078 174 4244 or email sharkspotters@gmail.com. . The show is proudly supported by People’s Post, the print media partner of the “Legends in the Mark Sampson. Valley” comedy series.

‘Messiah’ custom lives on IN KEEPING with a tradition of 43 years, the Philharmonia Choir of Cape Town will be performing Handel’s great oratorio, “Messiah”, on Good Friday 22 April and Easter Sunday 24 April. This year the choir will be conducted by Brandon Phillips, winner of the inaugural Len van Zyl Conducting Competition in 2010, a rapidly rising new star in the musical world who is equally at home on the podium and as principal bassoonist of the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. The highly talented young singers who will ap-

pear as soloists include Friedel Mitas (soprano), Elizabeth Frandsen (mezzo-soprano), Sunnyboy Dladla (tenor) and Mandisinde Mbuyazwe (bass). The choir has been trained by Antoinette Blyth. A chamber orchestra will be led by Lucia Scott, with Richard Haigh at the organ. Both performances will take place in the Cape Town City Hall, commencing at 19:30. Secure parking will be available. Booking for these concerts is through Computicket or the choir. Call (021) 762–3140, 083 286 3591 or email RonelW@boe.co.za.


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DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 699. Service call repair charge of R150. Ph 083 268 1213

STAR TV REPAIRS WE COLLECT AND DELIVER (082 579 6947

Verskeie Opsies:

• Konsolidasies • Skuldhersienning • VBH Plan • Clear Blacklisted • Clear Admins • Testamente

TELERAMA TV REPAIRS Efficient repairs to TV's & microwaves. We collect and

(021 391 5779,

deliver.

021 391 5819 /083 861 0418

Nuut !! CLEAR BLACKLISTED & CLEAR ADMIN ORDERS nou beskikbaar !!

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Electrical Repairs

CrucialT05.04.11

KASSIEM'S roof cleaning and painting service. Phone 073 096 2249 or 021 376 7514

Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery

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

FLOWERSONG GARDEN SERVICES For all your garden needs. ( Henry on 072 553 6239

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BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/08 2 516 0030

Payout (lumpsum only)

PROPERTY DEALS

LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251

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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

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 Plumbing, Electrical .24hrs . R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906

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Swimming Pool Services POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021­705 8851 CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 702 1208

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Cleaning Services

, CAN YOU IMAGINE WE WILL CLEAN & DISINFECT YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE WITHOUT ANY CHEMICALS, Like carpets, tiles, walls, upholstery, kitchen, ovens etc... For free quotations call 021 801 2275 / 072 115 6266

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

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

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Tours A FABULOUS 11 DAY SEA CRUISE TO MAURITIUS 22 Jan ­ 02 Feb 20112 (021 712 4756

PROPERTY

CLUB MYKONOS 23 ­ 27 May @ R650p/p (021 712 4756

COME & JOIN US ON A FUN FILLED TRIP TO MASERU, DURB AN & PE " A trip you will never forget.!!!" Departure­ 28 December 2011 and return 06 January 2012. Strictly hotels. (Wendy on 083 533 0988/ 021 397 8550 or Jenny on 084 052 6589 DAY trip to Worcester casino . 30 April 2011 @ R130 p/person.(Gershon­ 021 371 2041/072 194 6200 JOIN us on a fun filled trip to PE. Departure­ 28 September 2011and return 02 October 2011. Self catering chalets. R1 500 p/person. (Shirena­021 371 2041/ 072 194 6200 NOT TO BE MISSED 10 Exciting days from CT ­ Lesotho ­ Sun City. Depart Cape Town 28 Dec 2011 and return to Cape Town 6 Jan 2012 More info on package: Charmaine ­ 079 474 2704 Lionel ­ 084 586 4699 A/H ­ 021­393 4558 E­mail: mainy@mweb.co.za

WEEKEND TRIP TO GOUDINI SPA 15 ­ 17 July 2011. R700 incl. transport & accommodation. S/catering. (Betty on 073 188 6942 / 021 633 7207

MOTORS

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Houses to Let PARKWOOD 2 B/ house. R3 600p/m.(084 490 6428 PELICAN HEIGHTS 1 Bed, kitchen & Family Bathroom. Parking avail. R2 200 p/m. ( Surgrie 082 978 9016

RYLANDS ESTATE Modern, spotlessly cleaned 2 b/room house to let. Avail. imm. R4 500p/m. (021 633 1589/076 026 0611

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Houses for Sale

BAYIEW ­ STRANDFONTEIN PRIVATE SALE R570 000 NEG

3 bedroom house, 2 bathrooms, plus 2 bedroom granny flat, auto garage doors, front paving, yard fully tarred, secure property. Ph Andre 071 415 7928

EASTRIDGE

3 bed duplex, lounge, d/room, kitchen, bathroom, R249 000 Contact Noor 072 946 2280

EASTRIDGE R255 000 (excl) fully enclosed 3 bedroom house with garage. Albert: 082 803 6280

OLD STRANDFONTEIN (PRIVATE SALE) 3Beds, kitchen with bic's. Lounge, bath & sep. toilet. Garage in a quiet close. A MUST TO VIEW!! R595 000. (Stephanie ­076 011 4564

REALNET SELECT PROPERTIES REQUIRED IN ANY AREA

We have qualified buyers. Call Karen 083 494 3939

RETREAT AND SURROUNDS We have many houses for sale. What do you require? Phone (021) 706 4412

WENDY ENGEL PROPERTIES STRANDFON­ TEIN R385 000. 3 Bedrooms, 2 with built­in cupboards, laminated floors in lounge and bedrooms. Kitchen with stove and oven. Contact Wendy Engel 073 696 3947

WENDY ENGEL PROPERTIES Do you want to sell your house ? Do you want to buy a house ? (Wendy on 073 696 3947

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Repairs – Vehicles

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

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

WENDY ENGEL PROPERTIES STRANDFONTEIN 3 Bedrooms with bic's, fitted kitchen, double garage with very big entertainment area and alarm. (Wendy on 073 696 3947

1795

Separate Entrances OTTERY 2Beds, 1 with bic's. o/plan lounge + f/f kitchen. Full bath + toilet. R3 500p/m excl dep.Incl. w+ e. Suitable for matured couple. No children. Avail. 01 May 2011.(021 703 7269/ 084 625 1478


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Business Opportunities AVAILABLE in Cape Town for survey/data capturers. Good income. Own hours. Training. 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

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, 021 829 6621, 078-857-8272, 078-857-8271 Registration fee is R500 REGISTER today to avoid

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

AVON

Reps needed urgently. Athlone & surrounding areas. Call Sumaya 072 700 1581 DATA CLERKS needed ­ Work from home with or wit­ hout computers. Sms name and address to 073 176 4267/021 952 322­ 3 Flute Way, Belhar

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

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Staff Vacancies

CAPE TOWN BASED COMPANY IS OPENING UP A NEW BRANCH & NEEDS TO EXPAND IT'S SALES FORCE!

Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008 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

WORK FROM HOME Become a data clerk with DataWorx. Sms your full name & address including postal code to 072 193 3859/ 24 clarence Street, Taybank, P.E/ 041 360 2335

TALENT

No transport or previous sales experience needed. All training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES Data Capturers, Call Centre Agents, Secretaries, Receptionist, Bank Clerks, Account Clerks, Admin Clerks, Bookkeepers, Waiters, Bartenders, Chefs,

We train u in 2 weeks and assist u into a job! To Register, visit: 63 Strand Street, Nedbank Building, 10th floor. Call: 021 424 1913 021­ 422 3379 021­948 9551 072 883 0032 Register today. Training begins Monday www.ibmit.co.za

REAL ESTATE

Required at SOUNDMATCH Applicant must be physically fit, honest & hard working. Call Zubeida on 021 638 6302 or fax cv to 021 638 1142

Hygiene & Bug’s ‘R’ Us Fleas

Ants

Crickets

Cockroaches

Spiders

Lice

Rodents, Bedbugs, Bird Removal & Proofing

“They Bug You We Bug Them!” For a FREE Quotation Call * Bellville - 021 949 5915 * Cape Town - 021 425 2363 * Claremont - 021 674 5327 * Goodwood - 021 591 5209 * Paarl - 021 872 4083 * Table View - 021 556 5601 * Kraaifontein - 021 987 6798

074 842 3935

DRIVERS with reliable car or combi, management skills needed.(HR ­Juanita on 083 581 7828 /021 930 4219

or 021­001 1013

WESTRIDGE – R375 000 3 BEDS, EXTENDED TILED LOUNGE, BIG KITCHEN, GARAGE, ENCLOSED YARD

STRANDFONTEIN – R530 000.00 3 BEDS – MAIN-ENSUITE, BIC, TV ROOM, LOUNGE FFK, GARAGE + OFF STREET PARKING

LENTEGEUR – PROTEA STREET – R375 000.00 2 BEDS – BIC, LNGE AND DINING AREA FFK, BATHROOM WITH SHOWER. CARPORT SEPERATE ENTRANCE 1 BED , FITT KITCHEN, LOUNGE

STEENBERG – R430 000 – NEAR MILITARY ROAD 4 BEDS, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, FAM BATHROOM, TANDEM GARAGE

ROCKLANDS – R359 000 3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, LOUNGE, FAMILY BATHROOM +++ GRANNY FLAT

PORTLANDS – R450 000 3 BEDS - MES, EXTENDED TILED LOUNGE, FITTED KITCHEN GARAGING 3 CARS,

RETREAT – R600 000 -CANAL ROAD 3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, LOUNGE.

KENILWORTH – TOWNHOUSE R599 000 IN SECURE COMPLEX 2 BEDS, FITT KITCHEN, LOUNGE

OTTERY – R620 000 3 BEDS, LOUNGE / DINING AREA, FULLY FITTED KITCHEN, ENCLOSED CARPORT 2 CARS

LOTUS RIVER – WAYBURN ROAD – R785 000 3 BEDS, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, FFK,FAM BATHROOM, GARAGE 2 CARS, CARPORT 3 CARS, POOL GRASSY PARK – PERTH ROAD – R670 000 3 BEDS – BIC IN MAIN, FITT KITCH. SEPERATE ENTRANCE – 1 BED – BIC, FITT KITCH, LOUNGE, BATHROOM

STRANDFONTEIN – R475 000 3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE, GARAGE

RUYTERWACHT – R600 000 3 BEDS, 1.5 BATHROOMS, KITCHEN, LOUNGE, GARAGE

FAROUK MALLICK082 873 4815

REGINA – 072 865 0061

BEACON VALLEY – R 250 000 NEG 3 BEDS, FAMILY BATHROOM RAVENSMEAD – PLOT 373Sqm – R 225 000 BELHAR – R450 000 RABIA VILLAGE 3 BEDS, MAIN-ENSUITE, TILED LOUNGE, FITTED KITCHEN

JOE DANSTER – 072 343 3442 EASTRIDGE R270 000 - NEG 3 BEDS - BIC, FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE ENCLOSED CARPORT 4 CARS

SELLING SELLING SELLING-PROPERTIES URGENTLY NEEDED INALL AREAS FOR OUR QUALIFIED BUYERS

TO GET IT SOLD AND FOR A FREE VALUATION OF YOUR PROPERTY CALL NOW

Tel. 021 393 3359/95 • 157 A DENNEGEUR AVE, STRANDFONTEIN • TEL./FAX. 021 393 1568

OWNER

TOP AGENT AGENT

P R O P E RT I E S

Towards Marketing Excellence

FAZLOODIEN SHAAMIEL NAZEEM SHANAAZ DOERRIEYAH EBRAHIEM DELORES NAZLEY

082 495 8989 082 723 1118 084 295 0130 071 203 6341 084 055 3877 076 473 7091 076 706 0910 076 509 3764

HOTLINE 082 495 8989

SHIHAAM

072 192 1411

R239 000: HILLVIEW TAFELSIG R265 000 ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN 1 Large bedroom with ensuite, FF Kitchen, Lounge 3beds fully enclosed with alarm, lounge WYNBERG 10m Wendy House, Carport for 2 cars, Fully enclosed fitted kitchen & fam bathroom with shower WE HAVE BUYERS. Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call :Delores 076 706 0910 R4 500 000: PHILLIPI R300 000 Rocklands WEST CAPE VILLAS R530 000: BRIDGETOWN 3 Beds,Kitchen, Family bathroom, 2.65Hectres Farm,5 Beds, lounge, dinning FROM R339 000 4 Beds,Main ensuite with shower, separate entrance study, garage,2 en-suites, 2 separate entrances Lounge, Paved back yard, Brand new 2 Beds, Only 17 Left, corner Plot and Carport gardens, Current Rental Income R11 000. Fairly big grounds Call our office or any of our agents Call : Delores076 706 0910 Call :Doerrieyah 084 055 3877 Shanaaz 071 203 6341 R460 000: WESTRIDGE R250 000: BEACON VALLEY R350 000: WESTRIDGE 3 Beds, Alarm, BIC in 2 Rooms, Lounge, ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN 3 Beds,Toilet & Bath,Kitchen 3Beds,Kitchen,Toilet&Shower, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Laminated floors ATHLONE Lounge,Enclosed Parking,Quiet Area Lounge,Beautiful Garden with trees in all Bedrooms, Carport 4 Cars Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877 Call : Nazeem 084 2950 130 Call :Nazeem 084 2950 130 WE HAVE BUYERS.

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN OTTERY WE HAVE BUYERS

R530 LONDON VILLAGE R340 000: MORGENSTER R370 000 RONDEVLEI PARK R645 000.00 ZEEKOEVLEI. 3 beds,dinning room, family Freestanding 2 Beds,Fam Bath, Lounge, 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Lounge, 2 Beds, lounge, kitchen family bathroom + Sep. Entrance bathroom,en suite, kitchen, 2x Drive way, Burglar bars, fully enclosed Kitchen, Parking 4 Cars, Garden Bathroom, Large plot with potential. 1 Lrg Bedroom with en-suite open plan kitchen, lounge large grounds Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call: Doerriyah 084 055 3877. Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Delores 076 706 0910 R200 000: TAFELSIG R1 100 000: VANGUARD ESTATE R459 000 NEW WOODLANDS R200 000: TAFELSIG Free Standing 2 Beds,Lounge 5 Beds,MES, FFK,Dinning 5 Beds, 2 with Bic, 1 with Slliding Door leading to yard, bathroom + 3Beds,Kitchen Pool Braai,Sep entrance +More Kitchen, Family Bathroom Kitchen, Lounge Tiled,All bedrooms laminated floors, Sunroof, Carport for 5 Cars Family Bathroom, Lounge, Call :Delores 076 706 0910 Call : Shariff 082 781 2903 Call :Shihaam 072 192 1411 Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341

ATTENTION SELLERS & BUYERS

ATTENTION SELLERS

Terms & Conditions Apply

We will sell yyour our house..... Or w wee will buy it fr from om yyou.... ou.... The price of the property must be suitable to both parties....

Mitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Pelican Park & Heights, Grassy Park, Ottery Steenberg, Wynberg, Athlone, Heideveld, Bonteheuwel and Surrounding Areas Tel: 021 391 4203/0169 - View View our Properties @ www.kaysproperties.co.za www.kaysproperties.co.za

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

CC Ck 2006/006993/23 (Established 1998)

Craig 0827395290 • Sharon 0837693577

B U Y IN G • S E L L IN G • L E T T IN G • VA L U AT IO N S • H O M E L O A N S Seawinds – St Christopher Avenue Affordable Starter Family home 2 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom Corner plot ideal for dual access and large back yard Asking: R250 000 Plot size: ± 180m² Salerno Way – Strandfontein – Home, 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 Lansdowne – Derby Road – Spacious Older Home 4 Bedrooms Asking: R850 000 –

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

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

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

Saxo Street – Steenberg – Property with potential 2 Bedrooms Single Garage converted to room Large plot

Asking: R450 000 Flat Size: ±41m²

Asking: R450 000 Plot size: 47m²

Asking: R450 000 Plot size: 286m²

Asking: R585 000

Ottery –

Minorco – Costa Da Gama, Muizenberg – Close to the beach Starter home 3 Bedrooms Facebrick

Rooikrans Avenue – Grassy Park – 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: R700 000 Plot size: 467m²

Asking: R850 000 – Plot size 496m² Glen Ridge – Retirement / Young & Coast loving Fully fitted kitchen 3 Bedrooms (Mes) – spacious Breath taking views overlooking False Bay, Simon Towns naval Base Asking: R1 950 000 – Plot size: 434m²

Royston Close 3 Bedrooms (mes) Asking: R650 000 Plot size: 189m²

Asking: R685 000 Plot size: 322m²

Lansdowne – Double Storey with Maids quarter and pool 4 Bedrooms (mes) Kitchen, Scullery 2 bathrooms Double garage, pool

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: R1 500 000 – Plot size: 505m²

Asking: R1 500 000

Plot size: 496m²

Asking: R1 200 000 – Plot size: 594m²

All reasonable Offers will be considered

LANSDOWNE: Flat, security block, 2 beds, parking bay.

EST. 1996

SHARON 10X4-19-04-11

BRANCHES: WETTON 021 761 0707 M/PLAIN 021 391 2200 PROSPUR 19 04 11

R420 000.

LANSDOWNE: ATHLONE : Large semi, 3 bedrooms. R575 000. LANSDOWNE: 4 Beds, 2

Flat, 2 beds, security block, parking. R460 000.

OTTERY: R1.1millon F/s, 4Beds(Bics), FFK, Pool, Garage, E/Garden, 485m², Jetmaster, Braai. NAJWA 082 377 7027

RONDEBOSCH EAST: R1. 900mil D/s, 8Beds(4xB), 5xF/Bath, OPFFK, 2xT/Garage, Braai, Ent.Area, Pool. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145 GRASSY PARK: R849.000excl F/s, 4Beds(2xB), 2xF/Baths, 2xFK, G/Flat(2Beds, K, Brm), T/G(4xCars). ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

bathrooms, needs TLC, R740 000.

BELTHORNE: R1.2mil F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Bath, S/toilet, Mes, FFK, Laundry, D/Garage. S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

FREE VALUATIONS WE NEED PROPERTIES

SYBRAND PARK: R1.250mil F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, Vibacrete G/Flat, Garage, Carport, Encl, 714m². S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

FAIRWAYS: R750.000excl Town Hse, 2Beds, Lnge, Brm, FFK, T/Garage, S/toilet, Shower, Storerm. KEITH 084 888 2526

BONTEHEUWEL: R210.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, 311m², No Geyser. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

KENWYN: R1 255mil F/s, 3Beds(2xBics), Lnge, Drm, Mes, FFK, M/room, Carport, Wendy Hse. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

WETTON: R489.000excl Duplex Flat, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bathroom, Kitchen, Encl Hse 72m². SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

GREENHAVEN: R2.499mil D/s, 6Beds, 2xLnge, 2xDrm, 4xMes, FFK, Laundry, 2xGarage, 1310m². SHADLEY 076 591 3647

PELICAN HEIGHTS: R1.2mil F/s, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, G/Flat, MQ, Storerm, D/Garage, D(4xCars), Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

BONTEHEUWEL: R280.000excl Semi. 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, Sliding Gates, B/Bars. DESIREE 079 875 9975

ALAN 082 475 6643 OFFICE (021) 674 1094

Ph: Lecrecia

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

STEENBERG – R350 000 – 11TH AVE – NEAR MAIN ROAD 2 BEDS, TILED LOUNGE, ENCLOSED CARPORT.

s& s rm on Te diti ly n Co App

Recently established company needs to fill various positions:

Full training provided Basic + good comm.

IGHSAAN – 079 735 2149

PELICAN PARK – R495 000 3 BEDS, RENOVATED BATHROOM, FULLY FITTED KITCHEN, TANDEM GARAGE 3 CARS

Free Valuations Debt Advisory Services Free Legal Advice Free Pre-Approvals Free Credit Checks Furniture Removals

STAFF NEEDED URGENTLY

*OPC/ Outdoor surveyers. If you are vibrant, goal driven & self motivated book your interviews now.

WAVECREST – R620 000 BIG SPACE - 3 BEDS – BIC, EXTENDED TILED LOUNGE, FULLY FITTED KITCHEN, GARAGE + XTRA PARKING

Guaranteed Effective PEST CONTROL

Terms & Conditions Apply

*Telemarketing

WAYNE THERON – 083 483 1784

(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

For appointment, call Aileen on 021 465 7852

401

General Vacancies

Prop T

NEW customer service department. National company requires 20 intelligent attractive young people, salary R3 275p/m (HR ­Juanita on 083 581 7828 /021 930 4219

PROPT 19-04-11-1ANV2VQ.cdr

KAYS-19-04-11-1ANTUCV.cdr

NEW YEAR JOBS!

DRIVER/STOCK CONTROLLER

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CLAREMONT

PORTLANDS: R380.000excl SCHAAPKRAAL: R699.000excl F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, OPK, Carport, 2Beds, Lounge, FFK, Encl with high E/Garden, Encl, Very Neat. brick wall, Remote gates, 2nd Dwelling. DESIREE 079 875 9975 MARIAM 082 641 2157

L/RIVER – G/PARK: R599.000 F/s, 3Beds, F/Place, OPFFK, Mes, T/Garage, Yard (8xCars), A/Windows. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145 HANOVER PARK: R320.000excl 3Beds, FK, KPC, Lounge, Laundry, Storerm, Garage 3 Cars F/Place. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145 MONT CLAIR: R400.000excl F/s, 3Beds(2xBics), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, A/Windows, B/Bars, S/Gates. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145 CRAWFORD: R3.3mill 5Beds(Bics), 5xBathrooms, FFK, Braai, Scullery, D/Garage, T/Carport. RAHEEL 082 796 8137

BELHAR: R590.000excl F/s, 5Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, F/Bath + S/tlet, Carport, P(10xCars), Encl, 511m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

SURREY ESTATE: R780.000excl Semi, 4Beds(2xBics), 2xKitchens, G/Flat, Carport(4xCars), Encl, 522m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085 WELCOME ESTATE: R560.000 Duplex Flat, 3Beds(2xBics), TV/room, Laundry, FFK, Garage, Encl, RGates. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688 HANOVER PARK: R250.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Ent.Hall, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Laundry, Garage, F/Encl. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688 RETREAT: R399.999excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, 240m², Very Big Yard. DESIREE 079 875 9975 STEENBERG: R570.000excl 3Beds, Lounge, D/room, F/Bath, Kitchen, E/Garden, Encl, 349m². LYNETTE 073 580 5059

FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 5.95% COMMISSION


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ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503 MARK ANTHONY2 190411 1ANWBVQ

Alpine Park Only R299 000

Belhar R299 000

Grassy Park Only R689 000

San Remo R529 000

Every Agent Will Promise To Sell Your Home … We GUARANTEE it LARGE FREE-STANDING BEHIND SHOPPING CENTRE CLOSE TO M5 HIGHWAY Large 2 beds,large tiled lounge,itted Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge, Large 3 beds, bics, lounge, family kitchen,ully tiled bathroom,eparate toilet, kitchen, bathroom, New tiles thru-out, bathroom & shower, large fitted bars, security gates, paved front, enclosed newly painted inside, drive-way, large carport (2 cars). If your combined wages is kitchen, double garage & entertainment yard. If your combined wages is R9 500 R9 500 per month you could buy this house. area, large corner polt,enclosed

per month you can buy this house.

Belhar R369 000

Lakeview R529 000

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

DOUBLE STOREY + DOUBLE GARAGE 3 beds, large lounge, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, double garage, entertainment area.

No Gimmicks!

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

Delft R379 000

OR

SMS “G19”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963 OR

FREE-STANDING Large 3 beds, fitted kitchen, bathroom, paved yard, remote gates, CCTV Cameras.

FREE-STANDING 2/3 beds, lounge, bathroom, kitchen, large grounds.

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

3 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen(granite tops), bathroom + garage

For a Guaranteed Sale on Your Home. * Seller and Mark Brickles must agree on guaranteed price at time of listing

visit www.eesyinfo.co.za

MARK ANTHONY PROPERTIES View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

Mark Anthony1-19.04.11.ai

Strandfontein Only R379 000

Lansdowne Only R599 000

Seawinds R399 000

(On the Bay)

(On Lansdowne Road)

CALL Mark Anthony 021 704 2160/ 083 482 4250

(Close to Prince George Highway)

Beautiful 3 beds, (Laminated Neat 2 beds, bic, tiled bathroom & floors) bics, large fitted kitchen, lounge, tiled kitchen, bars & security gates. Grounds for tiled lounge, bath & shower, expansion. (If your combined cemented yard, remote garage wages is R11 800.00 per month (x2), Burglar bars, securty gates & you can buy this house) alarm.

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Schaapkraal: 4th Avenue – 1 acre (Rural) - R899 000 (SOLD BY US) Schaapkraal: Strandfontein Road – Vacant Land – 5000m² – ‘PRIME POSITION FOR BUSINESS’ – R1.7 Million Wynberg: Top Floor Bachelor flat – R320 000 Wynberg: Broadview apartments, 2 beds, 1 bath, 1 parking bay – R550 000 Ottery: Exeter lane- 4 bed, 2 bath, 3 garage, granny flat, workshop. Erf size +1000 m² - R1.395 000 Zeekoevlei : Gallinule close-4 beds ,3 baths, 6 parking, 2 bed granny flat - R 1 350 000 Pelican Heights: 6 Beds, 3 baths, 2 garages, swimming pool – R1.65 Million Razeen: 072 619 8155

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Premier Cup Fixtures Erica Park Sports Complex ­ Bel­ har Wednesday 20 April A-15:30: SR-Blackpool vs Mr Price Parkhurst; B-15:30: ASD Cape Town vs Hanover Park. A-16:45: City Lovers vs Milano; B-16:45: Morgenster vs Milano. A-18:00: Origan v Belhar Spurs; A-19:00: Baltic vs Old Mutual Academy Thursday 21 April A-12:30: Moroka Swallows vs South Nottingham; B-12:30: Tuks vs SR-Blackpool; C-12:30: Bay Hill Utd vs Cape Town Academy; D-12:30: Stars of Africa Academy vs Sydenham Cavaliers. A-13:45: Vasco da Gama vs Hanover Park; B-13:45: Young Warriors vs ASD Cape Town; C-13:45: Komesho vs City Lovers. A-15:00: Mamelodi Sundowns vs Belhar Spurs; Dipetsana vs Origan; Santos v Riverside. A-16:45: Bahlabani vs Morgenster; B-16:45: Bloemfontein Celtic vs Moroko Swallows; C-16:45: Old Mutual vs Robinvale A-17:30 SuperSport vs Mr Price Parkhurst A-18:45: Kaizer Chiefs vs Baltic; A-20:00: Ajax Cape Town vs Milano. Friday 22 April A-15:30: Sydenham vs Cape Town Academy; B-15:30: Vasco vs Young Warriors; C-15:30: Ajax Cape Town vs Komesho; D-15:30: Sundowns vs Dipetsana. A-16:45: Santos vs Bahlabani; B-16:45: Kaizer Chiefs vs Rob-

AIR BATTLE: Clayton Dan­ iels of Ajax Cape Town FC troubles Gold­ en Arrows FC goalkeeper Siphamandla Ntombela, dur­ ing Ajax’s 3­1 win at New­ lands on Friday evening. In oth­ er Premier Soc­ cer League matches, San­ tos FC went down 5­2 when they played Su­ perSport Unit­ ed in Pretoria, while Moroka Swallows de­ feated Vasco Da Gama FC 3­2 in Johan­ nesburg, after fighting back to overcome a 2­0 deficit. Pho­

invale; C-16:45: Swallows vs South Nottingham. D-16:45: Bloemfontein Celtic vs Swallows. A-18:00: Bay Hill vs Stars of Africa 19:15: Opening ceremony A-20:15: SuperSport vs Tuks Saturday 23 April A-09:00: Blackpool vs Supersport; B-09:00 Mr Price Parkhurst vs Tuks; C-09:00: Bay Hill vs Sydenham; D-09:00: Cape Town Academy vs Stars of Africa. A-10:15: ASD Cape Town vs Vasco; B-10:15: Hanover Park vs Young Warriors; C-10:15: Ajax Cape Town vs City Lovers; D-10:15: Milano vs Komesho; A-11:30: Origan vs Sundowns; B-11:30: Belhar vs Dipetsana; C-11:30: Morgenster vs Santos; D-11:30: Riverside vs Bahlabani. A-12:45: Kaizer Chiefs vs Old Mutual; B-12:45: Robinvale vs Baltic; C-12:45: Moroka Swallows vs Swallows; D-12:45: South Nottingham vs Bloemfontein. Knockout last 16 winners sec­ tion:15:30; 17:00; 18:30. Winners section quarter­final draw: 20:00 Sunday 24 April Plate Quarter­Finals: 09:00 Winners Quarter­Finals: 10:30 and 12:00 Plate Semi­Finals: 15:30 Mid­Section Semi­Finals: 16:45 and 18:00 Monday 25 April 09:00: Winners Semi-Finals 11:30: Plate Final 12:30: Mid-Section Final 15:30: Cup Final

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OFF BALANCE: Isma­eel Dollie of SK­Walmers is knocked out of stride by Jarred Buys of Maties, during a Western Province Super League A rugby match at Green Point Track on Saturday. Maties won 30­16. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

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Ottery, Sierra Park – R375 000 Flat 2 bedrooms, family bathroom, f/f kitchen, lounge, parking and communal pool in secure complex Seawinds, Falcon Road – R395 000 3 bedroomed home, family bathroom, lounge, kitchen and garage Southfield, Prince George Mews – R420 000 2 bedroomed flat in secure complex, GREAT INVESTMENT with rental income of R3500. Southfield, Santander – R560 000 Townhouse 2 bedrooms, family bathroom, lounge, kitchen, private garden, parking and communal pool in secure complex

Modern three bed home with loads of features. All rooms bic's, FF kitc, gas hob + electric oven, Family bath + main en-suite, large lounge/dining, huge entertainment room and four car garage + remote doors.

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4This Lrg rooms, Loads of bic’s, charming waterfront Walk in closet, Full situated family on property is ideally bathrm, his & hers en-suite, the southern side of the vlei,FF kitch, Lam &from Tiled blinds two doors thefloors yacht&club. t/out, 2Xgarage, sparkling For more specs Large and pics see pool, Fully enclosed. See our website features & pics on our website. www.furlongproperties.co.za

Zeekoevlei, Gallinule Close – R750 000 - 3 bedroomed home, family bathroom, with open plan kitchen and lounge on 856 square metre plot Grassy Park, Baatjies Street – R980 000 – Northfacing home 3 bedrooms main ensuite & dressing room, lounge, diningroom, kitchen, laundry with toilet, family bathroom, large entertainment area with built-in braai, separate entrance consisting of bedroom, lounge, bathroom and kitchen, with garage ample secure parking on 625 square metre plot.

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SPORT

People’s Post Grassy Park Page 19

COOL HEAD: Milano United FC central de­ fender Junaid Trouncille (right) locked in battle with Clinton Jacobs of Beau City FC, during a Voda­ com Second Division match at Grassy Park on Saturday. Milano won 3­0 to retain second posi­ tion on the log. Photo: Isaacs

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CHARGED UP: Richard Webber of Beau City FC leaves Asavela Mbekile of Milano United FC in his wake during Milano’s 3­0 win in a Vodacom Second Division match at Grassy Park on Saturday. Alcardo van Graan scored a brace and Rusaigh Gamiedien scored the other goal. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

GET AWAY: Danwill Erasmus of SK­Walmers eludes Dwain Brown of Maties during a Western Province Super League A rugby match at Green Point Track on Saturday. The Maties won 30­16. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

N CONTROL: Terror Fanteni keeps Ajax Cape Town FC on the offensive as Siyabonga Nkosi of Golden Arrows FC gives chase during Ajax’s 3­1 win in an Absa Premier League match at Newlands on Friday evening. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

TOUGH STUFF: Keenan Phillips of Silver Spurs is im­ peded by Rameez Karbary of Thorn­ hill United AFC, during Thornhill’s 2­1 win in a LFA Rygate under­15 division match at Rylands on Satur­ day. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

BALL JUGGLING: Tawfeeq Ismail (right) of Thornhill United AFC shows a deft touch to catch Ronald Netta off guard in the Silver Spurs AFC midfield, during Thornhill United’s 2­1 win in a LFA Rygate under­15 division match at Rylands on Saturday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs


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Dallas tour debacle ARCHBISHOP TUTU’S OFFICE DISTANCES ITSELF FROM TOUR ORGANISED IN ITS NAME BRIAN GAFFNEY

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EVENTEEN anguished youth footballers currently in the United States may have been disqualified – through no fault of their own – from the annual Dallas Cup for under-15s. This harrowing experience for the youth footballers as well as some of their parents – who were part of the tour group – broke out into the open on Sunday. On Sunday, seven players arrived in Dallas – while the others were on later flights, due to visa problems that bedevilled the tour even before it got off the ground. Parents called this newspaper to say that the players of the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Ikapa United team – headed by tour coordinator Basil Palanyandi – were devastated and yearning to return home as soon as possible The children had called their parents to say the team had been disqualified on the grounds that it had not met the registration deadline, as all the members had not arrived in time for the opening day, Sunday 17 April. The tour debacle took another controversial turn yesterday (Monday) when People’s Post informed Dan Vaughan – the aide for Archbishop Desmond Tutu – at his office in Milnerton about the unfortunate experience of the tour group in

Dallas. In a subsequent statement, Vaughan explained that the Archbishop’s office was no longer responsible for the Dallas tour. “About two years ago the Archbishop’s office, following inquiries to the office, became concerned that the Archbishop’s support of the Dallas tours was being misrepresented and that it was not receiving financial reports regarding the fundraising. In March 2009, Basil Palanyandi was advised that the Archbishop would continue to lend his name to the project only if audited financial statements were provided and other conditions regarding misrepresentation were adhered to.” Vaughan said that no further support by the Archbishop could be assured until Palanyandi had provided information. “Palanyandi provided a file of documents but did not comply with our request for audited financial statements. Archbishop Tutu’s support for the tours was accordingly withdrawn and he has not endorsed the project since then [2009],” said Vaughn. Palanyandi has coordinated the tours on his own since 2006, after it was run by the old Safa-Western Province from 2000. The tour debacle – which must rank among the worst embarrassments for South African sport – unfolded when the delay in the issuing of visas saw the group’s scheduled flights to

... Concerned that the Archbishop’s support of the Dallas tours was being misrepresented

Basil Palanyandi, Dallas tour co­or­ dinator. Photo: Own archive Dallas on Sunday 10 April being cancelled. The visas were only issued by the US Consulate in Cape Town on Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 April, áfter which the entire tour group of 25 people (including the 17 youth footballers) were stranded in Cape Town awaiting flights. They were only able to get seats to Dallas this past Friday and Saturday. But Elizabeth Kennedy Trudeau, the spokesperson for the United States Diplomatic Mission to South Africa, said that the US Embassy is not to blame for the delay in visas for the tour group. “The US Embassy cannot discuss the details of any individual visa case. Every applicant goes through the same visa application process to determine their eligibility for a US visa. The United States government is in no way involved in the organisation of this tournament (Dallas Cup), so we cannot address the concerns with the organisation or management,” said Trudeau. Some parents, however, claim

that Palanyandi blamed the embassy for the visa delays, whereas they are pointing fingers at him for not “fulfilling his duties correctly and timeously”. When this newspaper asked Palanyandi on Wednesday 13 April to give his side of the story, he declined to comment because he was “too busy dealing with visas”. On Friday 15 April, Palanyandi said in an email message: “Your call regarding the Archbishop Desmond Tutu Ikapa United team – no comment. You are however invited to attend the report back meeting once the team returns. Will give you date, time and venue for that meeting”. The Safa Cape Town (Safa CT), of which Palanyandi is an executive member (head of fixtures), has distanced itself from the Dallas Cup controversy. Norman Arendse, the president of the Safa CT, said the Safa CT was not at all involved in the tour arrangements. “It is the responsibility of the SA Football Association (Safa) to approve all tours to foreign countries – and not for a regional affiliate to do so”. Arendse, however, expressed concern that the Safa had not liaised with his association prior to approving the tour. “We (Safa CT) will summon Palanyandi to a meeting after he returns from America, said Arendse, expressing his disappointment that youth players were subjected to such an experience. The LFA Cape District, of which Ikapa United is an associate, said: “As Cape District LFA, we have not received any complaint from any parents over the last ten years regarding the Dal-

las Cup Tournament. “Like any club (Ikapa), requested permission from Cape District, Safa and Safa CT to partake in the Dallas Cup tournament. We concede that we are aware that the team did not leave as originally scheduled due to visa problems. “We are, however, unaware of the financial implications as no funds were directed via Cape District for this tour. Cape District is not in a position to comment on the operational issues for this tournament or any other tournament hosted by any other club. “Therefore it is recommended that you contact Mr Palanyandi directly with regard to the Dallas tournament,’’ said Grant Adams, the general secretary of the LFA Cape District. However, several angry parents – such as former Springbok rugby player Dale Santon – are furious about the trauma their children have experienced over the past fortnight. It cost Santon over R20 000 for airfare and other expenses to send his son, a member of Wynberg-St John’s AFC, on his maiden overseas tour. Winston Faulmann, whose son is a member of the Western Cape Sports School, spent over R60 000 for him and his wife to join the tour group. He is calling for an urgent meeting “to put the records straight once and for all”. What irks the parents even further is that their children were absent from school for five days, while on stand-by for flights.

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