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FORWARD MARCH: About 3 000 locals marched through the streets of Manenberg on Thursday, calling for the City of Cape Town to scrap their rent arrears. Photo: Tammy Petersen

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ONE VOICE: Sulaiman Swartz says residents have been struggling to pay their rent for years and it’s unfair that they will never own their homes.

Campaign takes to the streets Council flat tenants march through Manenberg, demanding that city scrap arrears TAMMY PETERSEN

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HREE thousand Manenberg residents put up a united front on Thursday in the first of a series of protests focused on the scrapping of the rent arrears of thousands of tenants living in the City of Cape Town’s council flats. The peaceful march, which started at the traffic circle in Manenberg Avenue, formed part of the Eers Kos, Dan Rent campaign and saw young and old take to the streets armed with posters asking the city to lower their rent and write off their rental backlog. Among the throng was Rachel Scheffers, a 63-year-old pensioner who owes the city over R10 000 in arrears. In her neat but well-worn shoes,

she chanted along with the assembled crowd and walked in the sweltering heat with her neighbours and lifelong friends. “When you know that you have so much debt, it gets to you,” the community volunteer says. “If I had the money to pay up, I would. But when you have to decide between paying for a flat, which you have loyally doing for 30 years, and feeding your family, the decision isn’t all that difficult.” The mother of four adults lives in a two-bedroom flat with her children, 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. “They are looking for jobs but can’t find any. I can’t throw them out – where will they go? I don’t know what to do any more. “Where must I get enough money to look after my family, pay my grocery debts, put food on the table and

buy electricity? I have no other option but to see that my children and extended family are fed before I see to anything else.” Scheffers says she applied for rent relief and was referred to the Athlone housing office, but still hasn’t received confirmation of whether or not her application was successful. “I regularly go to the Manenberg office but they don’t do anything for me. When they want their money, they want their money. “But when you report problems at your home, they take their own sweet time to see to it. I have been waiting for three years for them to fix my door and my windows are falling out of their frames.” Mario Wanza, the chairperson of Proudly Manenberg, says memorandums were handed to city representatives, who were given seven

days to respond to the organisation’s demand for the scrapping of rent arrears, as well as giving ownership of council’s rental stock to the tenants “who have been paying rent for all these years”. “The level of employment is extremely high and up to 80% of residents are behind with their payments. If they want their arrears scrapped, they get sent from pillar to post and even if they give you a rebate, you are still expected to pay. “Mense moet a plan maak even though they don’t have money. The people don’t want to pay any more. They want the homes they have paid for for up to 30 years.” Petitions drawn up in support of the campaign have seen 11 088 people stand behind Proudly Manenberg and Wanza says the numbers “will grow in the community as more and more residents have had

enough of this abuse against the poor”. A regional manager for the city’s Existing Housing Directorate accepted the memorandum and committed to relaying the organisation’s demand for a meeting “as soon as possible”. The march formed part of a provincial campaign focusing on job creation, a solution to the housing backlog and the scrapping of rent arrears. Other organisations which have taken the campaign to their areas are the Mitchell’s Plain People’s Forum, the Hanover Park Civic Association and Lavender Hill Civic Association. “Our task isn’t just to find a solution for the people of Manenberg, but also for those from Heideveld, Bonteheuwel, Hanover Park and other areas which were given raw deals.”


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NEWS

Tuesday 1 March 2011

Official police vehicle ‘used for furniture delivery’ TAMMY PETERSEN

WELCOME: Elizabeth Bantom, the chairperson of the Hanover Park Health Forum, and Sister Katie Reed outside the newly opened Student Learning Centre.Photo: Tammy Petersen

New facility to speed up local health service TAMMY PETERSEN

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PLAN hatched four years ago by UCT and the Hanover Park Health Forum finally came to fruition on Thursday when the Hanover Park Student Learning Centre opened its doors for the first time. The R680 000 facility, situated next to the main entrance at the local Community Health Centre, will help reduce patients’ waiting period to see a doctor. The centre boasts three top-class consulting rooms, with hospital beds, chairs, desks and basins, and will serve as an extension of the day hospital. There is also a computer lab for the intern doctors. Elizabeth Bantom, chairperson of the forum, says the facility will go a long way in speeding up service delivery to the people while helping student doctors gain their practical experience. “All we can say to the roleplayers of UCT is a heartfelt thank you,” an excited Bantom says. “If it wasn’t for their dedication, we would not have seen this project come to fruition. It’s a fantastic commitment from them to us and we are exceptionally grateful for it.” Bantom says she lost hope that the facility would ever be opened as many stumbling blocks had to be overcome. “I am over the moon that this day has come and I know our people are going to appreciate it,” she enthuses. Frank Molteno, who is part of UCT’s pri-

mary health care directorate, says the project was funded by a special grant made available by the Department of Higher Education and Training. “This is a huge step forward for the patients, staff and undergraduates,” he says. “UCT students have been doing their community service at this facility for years, and this venture expands the facilities, allowing more breathing space for better treatment as well as a better opportunity to teach for the students.” The university has developed a “fantastic relationship” with “historically underserved” communities, he continued. “We have launched similar ventures at community health centres in Vanguard, Retreat and Mitchell’s Plain. Once we find suitable space, one will also be launched in Gugulethu,” Molteno says. Professor Marian Jacobs, the dean of UCT’s health sciences faculty, explains the project is aimed at breaking the cycle of students only being used at bigger facilities and not being introduced to community health centres. “We hope that this facility will prepare students for what lies ahead so that they serve their purpose by providing quality health care for all,” she says. Bantom says the university is now “part of the fabric of Hanover Park”. “We wish our student staff members the best of luck for the noble task they will be doing. “They are now members of our family and we hope the relationship will be fruitful.”

MILLIONS of rands go into the purchase, maintenance and refuelling of police vehicles every year – money that comes from the taxes of hard-working people. This is why a reader, driving down Main Road, Kenilworth, saw red when he noted a police bakkie being used for what he calls a “removal service”. The man, who asked not to be named, says he noticed the Toyota Hilux bakkie, which had “SCM Somerset West” and the police logo emblazoned on the side, driving down the road on Sunday 20 February at about GOTCHA: A reader claims this marked police vehicle was 16:45. being used for furniture removal. Photo: Supplied The bakkie, which did not have a canopy, was also transporting two ployees are well aware that state vehicles are teenagers, an elderly man and two young men not to be used for personal gain,” he says. on the back. Provincial Community Police Forum The vehicle was carrying a fridge, stove spokesperson, Hanief Loonat, says it’s “absoand other household appliances, causing the lutely impossible” that the furniture being reader to tail it and see whether it was being transported was part of official police duty. used for “official police business”. “The offender should be brought to book be“I first observed it coming out of Aliwal cause this is abuse of police resources. What Road, where it turned towards Claremont. I happened is totally unacceptable and strinfollowed it and took down the registration gent measures should be taken against the number,” he says. culprit,” he says. “The vehicle made a right turn into RouwkThe log books at the station should also be oop Road in Rondebosch, which is a few hun- checked to ensure that the kilometres were dred metres from the police station. recorded and authorisation was given, “It continued down the road and entered Loonat continues. the parking of a block of flats, situated at the “It should be a cut-and-dry case. Only a decorners of Rouwkoop, Ednam and Kingsbury tective commander, visible policing comPark roads.” mander and sector commander can hand over He then watched as the plain-clothed driver vehicles. off-loaded the furniture and carried it inside “The travelling distance will reflect on the a side door which leads to the rows of flats. kilometre reader and then the fingered offi“I couldn’t see exactly where they were tak- cial has to face the music.” ing the furniture. The people who were in the He adds that police management has to “sebakkie went inside before the man started off- riously clamp down” on the abuse of their veloading and although I watched the bakkie for hicles as using state resources for private use about 30 minutes, they never came out.” is “common practice”. He claims that the vehicle was seemingly Colonel Mary-Anne Williams, the station also being used as a “family taxi service”. commissioner of Somerset West police, says “This is not right as all government em- she will investigate the matter.

Mosque to mask Vodacom mast MELISSA PAPIER

FIRST there were “palm-tree” cellphone masts in the middle of nowhere. Now cellular network, Vodacom, is installing cellphone masts inside the minarets of mosques. Already cellphone masts have been installed in mosques in Pelican Heights and Delft. If everything goes according to plan, the AlMasjiduth Thaalith Mosque in Beacon Valley will be next in line. An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) is being conducted to establish the viability of building a cellphone mast inside the mosque’s minaret. The proposal has been given the green light by the mosque’s trust, says Meiraai Jacobs, chairperson of the Al-Masjiduth Thaalith Mosque. “Earlier last year Vodacom made the proposal to the Al-Masjiduth Thaalith Mosque Trust and they gave consent for the mast to be built in the minaret,” said Jacobs. “The board decided it was feasible as there was a monetary contribution which is to be given to the mosque, should everything go according to plan and all procedures followed.” Jacobs added that the minaret was chosen because, at 22 metres, it is the highest point in Beacon Valley. “If approved the mast will be built in the minaret, adding an extra six metres to the height and it will be enclosed, posing no disturbance to anyone,” he said. In earlier years minarets were used to make announcements and call worshippers to prayer. In the past the imam physically stood in these structures, calling people to prayers. Today many mosques use a sound system, where the speakers are placed in the minaret. Minarets are also seen as a marker to indicate to worshippers where the mosque is. Jacobs said masts have been installed in mosques in Pelican Heights and in Delft, without any problems.

Ward councillor for the area, Dennis Williams, said the idea of having the masts inside the minarets is “brilliant”. “Now there will be no more funny-looking masts all over the place. “It’s a good thing as the mosque will be getting a stipend from the service provider for housing the mast. The antennae will also be stored in the mosque’s yard, which will be out of sight.” Mark Day, environmental practitioner for Enviroworks, the company conducting the environmental impact assessment on behalf of Vodacom, says that cellphone masts need to be of a sufficient height to be effective in providing a network signal to surrounding cellphone users. He added that during initial investigations, service providers seek out locations with the ability to accommodate masts and associated storage containers. “Despite a site’s suitability to provide maximum network coverage, landowner permission may not always be granted, often leaving a small pool of sites available to accommodate these structures. “In the event that such sites house existing amenities in which masts can be disguised, measures shall be devised to make optimal use thereof,” Day said. The process for this application is currently in its initial assessment phase and submissions for objections can be submitted. Nabewaya Mallick, public relations officer for the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC), says the installation of cellphone masts in minarets of mosques does not contravene the Islamic religion. “Islam is very logical and if the mast does not harm anyone or interfere with the sound system of the mosque, there is no objections from our side. “Vodacom should follow all procedures and get permission from the imam first before it can be installed. If there is no interference when the call for prayers are made, we don’t foresee a problem,” Mallick said.


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Tuesday 1 March 2011

People’s Post Lansdowne Page 3

Concerned Kenwyn residents take a stand TAMMY PETERSEN

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ALKING silently through the streets of Kenwyn, a 1 300-strong group made their presence known as they wordlessly sent a message to known drug dealers: we know who you are. The assemblage, carrying anti-drug placards and banners, was made up of residents, community leaders, religious heads, local school teachers, principals and business people. The one-hour anti-drug march has already reaped rewards. Yesterday, Nyanga Cluster Community Police Forum chairperson Hanief Loonat told People’s Post that two of the 10 drug outlets in the area have already stopped operating and the occupants have vacated their homes. “A property in Sir Alfred Road, which was being rented, was voluntarily vacated on Sunday, while another drug dealer in Block Road was kicked out of the house by his sister. This is a great achievement for us and shows what can be done if we stand together as a community. It’s time for these merchants to realise that Kenwyn isn’t made up of residents who are sitting ducks,” he says. Residents from Lansdowne and Ronde-

bosch East also took part in the march. Mark Kleinschmidt, an executive member of the Kenwyn Safety and Security Association (Kensasa), says he was proud of the “wonderful spirit and camaraderie” which the residents showed. “This was the first march of its kind in Kenwyn, and we are proud to say that it was an overwhelming success. It sends the message that we are serious about getting rid of drug merchants. The community responded positively to the call to stand together,” he says. “It’s fantastic to see the residents being so hands-on in the tackling of the drug scourge and it shows that together we can do more.” Warrant Officer Robert Lakey, spokesperson for Lansdowne police, says station management is “impressed” with the action taken by the residents. “We are very proud to see residents taking a stand. Also, the manner in which it was done was exemplary. They are an example of how to fight drugs through peace.”

FEELING THE HEAT: Two women were treated for smoke inhalation yesterday after they lost control of a fire they started in their backyard to burn tyres. At about midday, the Fire Depart­ ment responded to a call of a blaze at a house off Lansdowne Road, near the Philippi Police Station. The house suffered minimal damage and fire fighters doused the flames within half an hour. Photo: Yunus Mohamed

Murder case moving forward REYANA STEYN

THREE men charged with the murder of a 23-year-old man appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday. The murdered man, whom People’s Post can only identify as Jawaad, tried to help a woman being assaulted by her boyfriend and was stabbed to death in a subsequent attack on Sunday 13 February. Two other men were also viciously attacked. The trio were outside Fast and Furious Foods in Gatesville when they intervened in a fight between a couple. About a hour after they stopped the fight, they were in Rylands outside another Fast and Furious Foods outlet when two cars pulled up, with eight men inside. The men all had knives, bottles and batons.

A stab wound to the heart and leg claimed the life of Jawaad, from Mitchell’s Plain. His father was stabbed three times in the shoulder and his uncle in the arm. The family has asked to remain anonymous for fear of victimisation. Jawaad, a father of two young children, was buried on Sunday 13 February according to Muslim tradition. Three men were arrested shortly after the murder and appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on charges of murder and attempted murder last week. Two of the suspects were released on R1 000 bail and are expected to appear in court again on Thursday 19 May. The third suspect is being detained at Pollsmoor Prison and will appear in court again tomorrow for a bail application.

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Tuesday 1 March 2011

Request for Lansdowne amenities to be upgraded

Taking conservation to the peninsula Cape Flats environmental group launched

TAMMY PETERSEN

Ward councillor Pat Hill says he has asked council officials to conduct a feasibility study into the restoration of council amenities to their former glory. He says that in the five years he has served as a city representative, no major work has been done at the facilities. “This can potentially be a massive job, so after an assessment is conducted we can look at how much such a project will cost,” Hill says. But residents shouldn’t expect any work any time soon, he warns. “Money will have to be made available for the project and areas without clinics are usually given first priority.” Mother Leandra Julius says the upgrade will be “Heaven-sent” as the clinic is “incredibly cramped and tiny”. “It’s amazing that it was considered suitable for all these years. There has been a need for a larger, more modern space for the longest time and these plans are long overdue. Hopefully it happens as soon as possible.” Her son, Courtney, gurgles as she describes how “uncomfortable and inconvenient” it is to spend time at the clinic. “Perhaps they can make it bigger and employ more health workers. It

OVERHAUL: Local ward councillor Pat Hill is call­ ing for the revamp of the Lansdowne Civic Cen­ tre (far left), library and clinic. Photo: Tammy Petersen

will make an enormous difference and things will only get better from there. The staff employed by the clinic are top class and also deserve better working conditions.” Young bookworm Aashieka Allie (6) says she would love the library to become “as huge as (her) house” and be filled with more picture books. “When it’s nice and big more people will come,” she adds. Her mother, Firdous, says the extra space, as well as the possibility of housing the library on a single level, will make it look “much more attractive”. “You actually feel claustrophobic in there. Either they will have to relocate it or they will have to put our rates and taxes to good use and supply us with a suitable library.” People’s Post previously reported on complaints received from locals, who say the civic centre looks like

conservation, as many poorer people are truly unaware of these laws.” Sick and tired of illegal dumping? The group will also be focusing on shedding light on the environmental impact filth has on the environment. “While doing so, we would also like to see more trees planted in our areas so that we can move away from the misconception that the Cape Flats is made up only of dirt and barren land. We hope to work with government and investors to see more greenery growing on the Peninsula.” For those plagued by a rat infestation, Sonday says the club has the perfect environmentally-friendly solution to the problem. “We would like to appeal to the City of Cape Town to stop using poison to kill rats and instead invest in owl boxes. “They cost about R700 but last about seven years. Owls feed on rats but if they eat vermin that have ingested poison, the bird will also be poisoned. “Therefore the environment will thrive if the natural balance to the ecosystem is restored and the rat population will be controlled naturally.” Anyone interested in contacting the Flamingo Bird Club can email flamingobirdclub@gmail.com.

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A NEW conservation group says it hopes to see areas across the greater Peninsula become green and eco-friendly in the coming years. The Flamingo Bird Club, which will be launched today (Tuesday), says it will especially work with schools to promote awareness, conservation and protection of wild bird species on the Cape Flats. “We look forward to taking scholars on outings to popular bird spots, where they will be able to view them, learn more about them and identify the various species. It is also essential that they learn about the important role they play in the environment,” a passionate Sonday says. Plans to include the Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning in the programme are also going well, he continues. “The MEC, Anton Bredell, has shown great interest in the initiative and we are looking at printing pamphlets informing people on how to protect the environment, as well as which Acts promote the protection of nature and what the consequences will be if these laws are contravened. There needs to be more information spread about

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Drug death in ‘brothel’ TAMMY PETERSEN

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N a neat, well maintained house in a quiet street in Ottery, a man died of a suspected drug overdose on Tuesday, allegedly surrounded by drug addicts and prostitutes. The house in leafy Forest Hill Close, which was being rented to his girlfriend from the beginning of the month, was under surveillance by the Lansdowne police for a week after a tip-off pointed to it being used as a brothel and drug den. The 42-year-old, who was from Diep River, was declared dead at the scene and a postmortem is being conducted to confirm the cause of death. Warrant Officer Gregory Gray, who handles investigations at the station, says he received a tip-off two weeks ago from a local who suspected that the house was being used by sex workers. “We started monitoring the activity at the premises and a few days later, we received another call from a concerned resident who feared that drugs were being sold on the property. “With these suspicions, we continued the observations and planned an operation for Friday last week to search the house.” It is understood that the house is on the market as the home owner has relocated to London. The property is being rented out by the agency handling the sale. Gray says he was contacted on Tuesday after the man’s body was found inside a bedroom. “It is understood that the man’s girlfriend phoned an ambulance when she noticed that he was not breathing. When an emergency vehicle got there, he was declared dead at the scene by paramedics.” However, he continues, one of the medical team reported that upon their arrival, a group of people was seen fleeing the house, with most of them getting away in two cars. “He suspected that they might have been

using drugs on the premises and a search was conducted. “Two large packages of mandrax mixed with dagga were confiscated, as well as two bottlenecks which contained drug residue.” When the woman was questioned, she denied having any knowledge of illegal substances on the premises. Gray adds that during the observations, a car belonging to a man believed to be involved in a drug and prostitution ring operating from a Lansdowne house was also regularly seen parked at the premises. Majidie Abrahams, the chairperson of the Lansdowne Community Police Forum and also of the Ottery Civic Association, says the most important component needed to stop illegal activities is more community involvement. “People need to report their suspicions to the authorities. If you see something strange happening across the road from you, let the police know. “If you sense that your neighbour might be committing a crime from his property, speak out. There is a big difference between being a busybody and protecting your neighbourhood.” Abrahams says people have to move past the misconception that criminals only operate in “dilapidated houses with broken windows”. “These things happen even in the most fancy homes. Criminals know how to mix in with law-abiding citizens and sometimes appear to be the most decent people. Don’t be scared to sound the alarm if something seems out of place.” He adds that he plans to initiate a discussion with the various law enforcement agencies to look at feasible solutions to a problem that is “happening all over the precinct”. tammy.petersen@peoplespost.co.za

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PUBLIC COMMENT ON THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN’S 2011/12 REVIEWED INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) AND DRAFT BUDGET Notice is hereby given in terms of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act No. 32 of 2000, the Municipal Finance Management Act No. 56 of 2003 and the Municipal Property Rates Act No.6 of 2004, that the City’s reviewed Draft Integrated Development Plan document and Draft Budget for 2011/12 will be available for comment at all municipal administrative buildings, subcouncil offices (listed below) and all municipal libraries from 25 February 2011 up to and including 28 March 2011. The documents can also be accessed through our website at the following link: http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/Budget/Pages/default.aspx Written correspondence should be addressed to: The City Manager, 2011/2012 IDP/Budget 5th Floor, Podium Civic Centre, Cape Town, 8001; or Private Bag X9181, Cape Town, 8000; or Fax: 021 400 1332 E-mail: idp@capetown.gov.za

Tuesday 1 March 2011

The proposed gross monthly household incomes and rebates for the 2011/2012 financial year are as follows: GROSS MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD INCOME 2010/2011 2011/2012 0 3000 0 3000 3001 4200 3001 4200 4201 4600 4201 4600 4601 5200 4601 5200 5201 5800 5201 5800 5801 6400 5801 6400 6401 7000 6401 7000 7001 7500 7001 7600 7501 8000 7601 8200 8001 8500 8201 9000 9001 10000

% REBATE 100% 95% 90% 80% 70% 60% 50% 40% 30% 20% 10%

1.7 The special rebates for certain categories of properties upon application as described in Annexure 3 of the Budget Document. 1.8 Highlights of proposed amendments The maximum gross monthly household income limit for Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons to increase from R8 500 to R10 000. Flats, old age homes and hostels to be rated as residential properties. Residents meeting Council’s indigent registration requirements and whose gross monthly household income is between R3 000 and R4 000 to qualify for a 50% rebate on rates. Public Benefit Organisations meeting the requirements of the Regulations published in terms of the Municipal Property Rates Act to be rated at 25% of the Residential Rate.

SMS: idp followed by comment to 31766 Any person wishing to comment must do so in writing to the above address or submit comments to their local subcouncil office by no later than 16:30 on Monday 28 March 2011. Any person wishing to make a verbal presentation may book a time slot at their local subcouncil office(s) at least two days prior to the subcouncil meeting. Any person, who is unable to write, may come to the offices mentioned below during office hours and a member of staff will assist him/her to transcribe his/her comments. The following table contains a list of venues where the IDP and Budget document will be available for perusal and also who to contact if you wish to make a verbal presentation: SUBCOUNCIL SUBCOUNCIL ADDRESS MANAGER Municipal Offices, Royal Ascot, Bridal Peter Deacon Subcouncil 1 Way, Milnerton Tel: 021 550 1001/60 Municipal Offices, Brighton Way, Fred Monk Subcouncil 2 Kraaifontein Tel: 021 980 6053/54 Municipal Offices, Voortrekker Road, Johannes Brand Subcouncil 3 Goodwood Tel: 021 590 1676/75 Municipal Offices, cnr Voortrekker and Ardela van Niekerk Subcouncil 4 Tallent Roads, Parow Tel: 021 938 8050 Cnr Jakkalsvlei Avenue and Kiaat Martin Julie Subcouncil 5 Road, Bonteheuwel Tel: 021 695 8161 Municipal Offices, Voortekker Road, Pat Jansen Subcouncil 6 Bellville Tel: 021 918 2024/35 Municipal Offices, Oxford Street, Elmaleen Du Plessis Subcouncil 7 Durbanville Tel: 021 970 3002 Municipal Offices, cnr Fagan Street Izak du Toit Subcouncil 8 and Main Road, Strand Tel: 021 850 4149 A Block Stocks & Stocks Complex, Fezekile Cotani Subcouncil 9 Ntlakohlaza Street, Town 2, Village 1, Tel: 021 360 1111 Khayelitsha Thando Siwisa Subcouncil 10 Site B, Shopping Centre, Khayelitsha Tel: 021 360 1351/50 Fezeka Building, cnr NY1 and Kayise Nombakuse Subcouncil 11 Lansdowne Road, Gugulethu Tel: 021 630 1615 Parks & Bathing Building, Merrydale David Cedras Subcouncil 12 Avenue, Lentegeur Tel: 021 371 4550/51 Fezeka Building, cnr NY1 and Lunga Bobo Subcouncil 13 Lansdowne Road, Gugulethu Tel: 021 630 1619 Fezeka Building, cnr NY1 and Christopher Jako Subcouncil 14 Lansdowne Road, Gugulethu Tel: 021 630 1643/1734 Pinelands Training Centre, St Stephens Mariette Griessel Subcouncil 15 Road, Central Square, Pinelands Tel: 021 531 3437 Marius Coetsee Subcouncil 16 11th Floor, 44 Wale Street, Cape Town Tel: 021 487 2055 Athlone Civic Centre, cnr Protea and Edgar Carolissen Subcouncil 17 Klipfontein Roads, Athlone Tel: 021 637 9757 Cnr Buck Road and 6th Avenue, Okkie Manuel Subcouncil 18 Lotus River Tel: 021 700 4025 Municipal Offices, Central Circle, Off Desiree Mentor Subcouncil 19 Recreation Road, Fish Hoek Tel: 021 784 2011/10 Alphen Centre, Constantia Main Road, Brian Ford Subcouncil 20 Constantia Tel: 021 794 2493 Municipal Offices, cnr Van Riebeeck Pieter Grobler Subcouncil 21 and Carinus Street, Kuils River Tel: 021 900 1502/03 Municipal Offices, cnr Van Riebeeck Richard Moi Subcouncil 22 and Carinus Street, Kuils River Tel: 021 900 1578 Thando Siwisa Subcouncil 23 Cnr Delft and Fort Worth Roads, Delft Tel: 021 956 8000 Click on http://www.capetown.gov.za/en/Library/Pages/ All Libraries ListofLibraries.aspx for a list of all libraries Cape Town Concourse, Civic Centre, Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town South Peninsula Municipal Offices, cnr Main and Victoria Roads, Plumstead

CITY OF CAPE TOWN: 2011/2012 PROPERTY RATES (Property Rates are zero-rated for VAT) PROPERTY RATE (reflected as Rand-in-the-rand): 1.1 Residential Properties – R0,005613 1.2 Industrial / Commercial Properties – including all Undeveloped Land – R0,011226 1.3 Agricultural properties (including farms and small holdings) fall into three categories; (a) those used for residential purposes – R0,005613 (b) those used for bona fide farming purposes – R0,001123 (c) those used for other purposes such as industrial or commercial – R0,011226 1.4 Public Service Infrastructure – R0,002005 1.5 Amended Municipal Property Rates Regulations on the Rate Ratios between Residential and Non-Residential Properties Any property that meets the public benefit organisation criteria included in the regulation, yet does not qualify for the 100% rebate in terms of Council’s Draft Rates Policy, shall be rated at 25% of the residential rate and the cent-in-the-rand for 2011/12 is proposed to be R0.001403. 1.6 The special rebates for Senior Citizens and Disabled Persons for the 2011/12 financial year are reflected in the table below:

month per person = R7.03 per kl 2.4 Domestic Cluster – Bulk metered flats, cluster developments including sectional and single title units - 90% of Water Consumption (* see note) up to a maximum of 35kl per household. An allowance of 4.2kl per unit per month will be made available at zero cost upon acceptance of a sworn affidavit stating the number of units supplied from that metered connection: R10.45 per kl 2.5 Industrial and Commercial (Standard), Schools, Sport Bodies, Government: National / Provincial, Hospitals and other - 95% of water consumption (* see note): R7.63 per kl 2.6 Industrial and Commercial (CoCT Oxidation Dams) - 95% of water consumption (* see note): R7.18 per kl 2.7 Departmental - 95% of water consumption (*see note) excluding facilities not connected to the sewer system: R7.03 per kl * Important Note: The Director of Water and Sanitation Services may adjust the percentages as appropriate to the consumer. This is not applicable to the domestic full category. 2.8 Miscellaneous (Standard) - All consumers who do not fall within the above categories – 95% of water consumption: R7.63 per kl 2.9 Miscellaneous (CoCT Oxidation Dams) - All consumers who do not fall within the above categories – 95% of water consumption: R7.18 per kl 2.10 Households residing in Residential units on mixed use property may apply for a free allocation of 4.2kl per unit per month. An affidavit will be required and the application will be inspected and considered on the proportion of predominant use. 3. ELECTRICITY The tariffs below are based on an average 19.94% increase. All Tariffs reflected below are exclusive of VAT DOMESTIC TARIFFS 2010/11 2011/12 %INCR

CITY OF CAPE TOWN: 2011/2012 TARIFFS AND CHARGES VAT at 14% is to be added to the following services: Water, Electricity, Sanitation, Solid Waste Management and City Improvement Districts/ Special Rating Areas. 1. WATER Three sets of Water tariffs are proposed (10% Reduction tariff, 20% Reduction tariff and 30% Reduction tariff). Each tariff is linked to the level of water reduction imposed. Due to the 10% Reduction tariff being incorporated into the Water By-law as the norm it will be the applicable tariff, but may be revisited at a later stage should further restrictions become necessary.

All Tariffs reflected below are exclusive of VAT Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl

R0.00 R4.32 R9.22 R13.66 R16.87 R22.25

1.2 Commercial - Water supplied to premises predominantly of a commercial nature: R9.93 per kl 1.3 Industrial - Water which is used in manufacturing, generating electricity, land-based transport, construction or any related purpose: R9.93 per kl 1.4 Schools/Sport bodies - Any educational activity / sporting body: R8.78 per kl 1.5 Domestic Cluster - Bulk metered flats, cluster developments including single title and sectional title units. An allowance of 6kl per unit per month at zero cost upon submission of affidavits stating the number of units / refer tariff policy: R9.33 per kl 1.6 Government - National and Provincial Departments: R9.43 per kl 1.7 Municipal / Departmental use: R8.78 per kl 1.8 Homeless people shelters – Accredited shelters registered with the City of Cape Town: 0 – 0.75kl per month per person = R0.00; +0.75kl per month per person = R8.78 per kl 1.9 Miscellaneous - All consumers who do not fall within the above categories: R9.43 per kl 1.10 Miscellaneous External - All consumers supplied outside the City of Cape Town: R11.27 per kl 1.11 Bulk Tariff - Exclusive of the Water Research Commission Levy. Only for Bulk Supply to other Municipalities and for cost recovery from Water Services Reticulation of the City of Cape Town: R3.08 per kl 1.12 In line with the adoption of the Urban Agriculture Policy a free allocation of 10kl per month is in place, exclusively for subsistence farming by defined Vulnerable Groups. 1.13 Households residing in Residential units on mixed use property may apply for a free allocation of 6kl per unit per month. An affidavit will be required and the application will be inspected and considered on the proportion of predominant use. 1.14 New tariff incorporated into the Miscellaneous Tariffs for meter supplied by the City of Cape Town – Installed by the Developer (New connections category). 2. SANITATION Three sets of Sanitation tariffs are proposed (10% Reduction tariff, 20% Reduction tariff and 30% Reduction tariff). Each tariff is linked to the level of water reductions imposed. Due to the 10% Reduction tariff being incorporated into the Water By-law as the norm it will be the applicable tariff but may be revisited at a later stage should further restrictions become necessary. 2.1 Domestic Full (Standard) - Single residential properties: 70% of water consumption to a maximum of 35kl of sewerage per month (70% of 50kl of water equals 35kl of sewerage). All Tariffs reflected below are exclusive of VAT 0 < 4.2 >4.2 < 7.35 >7.35 < 14 >14 < 24.5 >24.5 < 35

Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl

R0.00 R5.05 R10.76 R11.77 R12.36

2.2 Domestic Full (CoCT Oxidation Dams) – Single residential properties: 70% of water consumption to a maximum of 35kl of sewerage per month (70% of 50kl of water equals 35kl of sewerage). All Tariffs reflected below are exclusive of VAT 0 < 4.2 >4.2 < 7.35 >7.35 < 14 >14 < 24.5 >24.5 < 35

Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl Per kl

Domestic Net Metered Domestic

1.1 Domestic Full - Water which is used predominantly for domestic purposes and supplied to single residential properties.

0<6 >6 < 10.5 >10.5 < 20 >20 < 35 >35 < 50 >50

LifeLine (for qualifying customers receiving 450kWh per month on average or less)

R0.00 R4.44 R9.45 R10.33 R11.75

2.3 Homeless people shelters – Accredited shelters registered with the City of Cape Town: 0 - 0.525kl per month per person = R0,00; +0.525kl per

Block 1

0-150kWh

c/kWh

N/A

61.60

n/a

Block 2

150-350kWh c/kWh

N/A

81.04

n/a

Block 3

350-600kWh c/kWh

N/A 107.43

n/a

Block 4

600+ kWh

c/kWh

N/A 118.06

n/a

Block 1 Block 2 Service

0-600kWh 600+ kWh

c/kWh c/kWh R/day

N/A 107.43 N/A 118.06 N/A 17.21

n/a n/a n/a

Energy

Small Power 1 Small Power 2

Service Energy

c/kWh N/A COMMERCIAL TARIFFS R/day 14.35 c/kWh 77.66

93.15

n/a

17.21 93.15

19.93 19.95

Energy

c/kWh

120.56 144.60

19.94

R/day 44.61 53.51 c/kWh 40.72 48.84 R/day 23.90 28.67 c/kWh 40.72 48.84 R/kVA 121.16 145.32 R/day 23.90 28.67 c/kWh 37.85 45.40 R/kVA 112.69 135.16 R/day 5000.00 N/A c/kWh 37.85 N/A R/kVA 69.95 N/A R/day 3900.00 4680.00 High-Peak c/kWh 191.88 230.14 High-Standard c/kWh 50.74 60.86 Time of Use High-Off Peak c/kWh 27.62 33.13 Energy Low-Peak c/kWh 54.48 65.34 Low-Standard c/kWh 33.80 40.54 Low-Off Peak c/kWh 23.97 28.75 Demand R/kVA 60.87 73.00 OTHER TARIFFS

19.95 19.94 19.96 19.94 19.94 19.96 19.95 19.94 N/A N/A N/A 20.00 19.94 19.94 19.95 19.93 19.94 19.94 19.93

Wheeling Tariff

Firm Energy Surcharge Non-Firm

Minimum Off Peak Energy Service Large Energy Power LV Demand Service Large Power MV Energy Demand Service Very Large Energy Power Demand Service

c/kWh

10.57

12.68

19.96

6.49 7.78 Steam To be Generation Special agreement terminated LIGHTING TARIFFS Street Lighting R/100W/burning hour 0.0852 0.1022 & Traffic Signals Private R/100W/burning hour 0.0930 0.1115 Lights

19.88

c/kWh

19.95 19.89

Highlights of proposed amendments LIFELINE TARIFF A new inclining block tariff has been introduced as recommended by the National Energy Regulator of SA (NERSA). Block 4 allows for lifeline customers exceeding the monthly permitted consumption of 450kWh due to bulk purchasing or seasonal variations to be charged at the new Domestic Tariff. FREE 50kWh Lifeline tariff customers receiving less than 450kWh per month will continue receiving the free basic supply of 50kWh. DOMESTIC SERVICE CHARGE The Domestic service charge no longer applies as it is now included in the energy charge. VERY LARGE POWER USERS (VLPU) These tariffs have been discontinued to align with the recommendation of NERSA to move to Time of Use Metering throughout South Africa. NEW 2 STEP DOMESTIC TARIFF The Domestic Low and Domestic High tariffs will be discontinued and be replaced by a new 2 step domestic tariff to align with the principles of the inclining block tariff. TABLE MOUNTAIN LIGHTS The current tariff is unrealistic and the new tariff will include the recovery of costs directly attributed to the lights. NOTE:

Monthly Service Charges calculated as Daily Service Charge multiplied by number of days in billing period.


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Tuesday 1 March 2011 4. SOLID WASTE All Tariffs reflected below are exclusive of VAT SOLID WASTE RESIDENTIAL COLLECTIONS FORMAL 240L Container Rand per month Lockable 240L Rand per month Container INDIGENT REBATE Property value Block 1 (100% rebate) up to Property value Block 2 (75% rebate) from R100,001 to Property value Block 3 (50% rebate) from R150,001 to Property value Block 4 (25% rebate) from R350,001 to 240L CONTAINER Rand per Block 1 (100% rebate) Rebate month Rand per Block 2 (75% rebate) Rebate month Rand per Block 3 (50% rebate) Rebate month Rand per Block 4 (25% rebate) Rebate month As determined by the Credit 100% Indigent Relief Control & Debt Collection Policy ENHANCED SERVICE LEVEL Rand per 240L - Additional container per Container month

SPECIAL RATING AREA

2010/11 2011/12 Increase (excl. VAT) (excl. VAT) % R75.44

R79.59

5.5%

R75.44

R79.59

5.5%

R100,000

R100,000

-

R150,000

R150,000

-

R250,000

R350,000

-

R300,000

R400,000

-

-R75.44

-R79.59

5.5%

-R56.58

-R59.69

5.5%

-R37.72

-R39.79

5.5%

-R18.86

-R19.90

5.5%

-R75.44

R75.44

-R79.59

5.5%

R79.59

per 240L - 3x per week for Rand container per R226.30 R238.75 cluster month INFORMAL Rudimentary Service: Rand per month Free Free Basic Bagged: Rand per month Free Free NON-RESIDENTIAL COLLECTIONS "Non-Residential" excludes vacant and residential properties. 240L CONTAINER Rand per 1 removal per week container per R90.15 R95.11 month Rand per 3 removal per week container per R263.75 R278.26 month Rand per 5 removal per week container per R428.32 R451.87 month Lockable 240L Rand per month R90.15 R95.11 Container REFUSE AVAILABILITY Council owned property is not subject to the availability charge All vacant Erven Rand per month R44.67 R47.13 DISPOSAL SERVICES General Waste Rand per ton R231.90 R244.66 Rand per ton or Special Waste R261.90 R291.90 part thereof Clean Builders Rubble Rand per ton R50.00 R50.00

5.5%

Airport CID Athlone CID Blackheath CID Cape Town Central CID Claremont CID

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APPROVED ADDITIONAL PROPOSED PROPOSED BUDGET RATE BUDGET ADDITIONAL 2010/11 2010/11 2011/12 RATE 2011/12 1,636,082 0.001663 1,825,361 0.001755 500,000 0.002204 540,000 0.002325 1,058,400 0.001151 1,232,991 0.001151 33,244,377

0.001543 36,597,225

0.001758

Sea Point CID

-Residential -Commercial Total Stikland CID

1,153,415 1,862,049 3,015,464 1,372,165

-Residential -Commercial Total

2,142,085 66,250 2,208,335 2,911,431

-Residential -Commercial

Vredekloof CID

-Residential -Commercial Total

342,968 4,556,573 4,899,541

0.000401 0.001152

366,976 4,875,466 5,242,442

0.000423 0.001234

Woodstock CID Wynberg CID

-Commercial

2,596,035 4,586,573

0.000657 0.001274

2,594,258 5,045,230

0.000657 0.001363

Total

-Residential -Commercial Total

110,635 385,520 496,155

0.000417 0.001146

118,199 427,572 545,771

0.000440 0.001261

-Residential -Commercial Total

628,826 2,896,681 3,525,507 3,503,505 1,340,206

0.000379 0.001852

643,413 3,128,736 3,772,149 3,703,157 1,516,832

0.000400 0.001982

-Residential -Commercial Total

515,710 455,387 971,097

0.000696 0.001819

553,154 488,452 1,041,606

0.000696 0.001867

-Residential -Commercial Total

1,670,262 1,113,508 2,783,770

0.001119 0.001379

1,802,088 1,201,392 3,003,480

0.001181 0.001476

-Residential -Commercial Total

594,607 2,378,430 2,973,037 2,367,110 2,440,682

0.000547 0.001493

671,659 2,536,638 3,208,297 2,543,505 2,595,954

0.000578 0.001611

Claremont Boulevard

Epping CID Fish Hoek CID

Green Point CID

Groote Schuur CID Maitland CID Muizenberg CID

Observatory CID

Oranjekloof CID

Paarden Eiland CID Parow Industria CID

0.001641 0.001695

0.001276 0.001887

0.001732 0.001695

0.001460 0.001887

Zeekoevlei Peninsula SRA Total

1,316,852 1,877,301 3,194,153 1,448,666

0.001141 0.002049

0.002070 0.002145

0.001527

2,347,615 77,730 2,425,345 3,028,523

350,000 2,247,505

0.000996 0.002715

399,842 2,441,395

0.000696 0.002812

382,000

0.002483

382,000

0.002285

2,597,505

0.001082 0.001863 0.003136 0.001919 0.001950

81,408,977

2,841,237

0.003320

0.001527

87,946,182

CITY OF CAPE TOWN: 2011/2012 – CAPE TOWN STADIUM VISITORS CENTRE RATE CARD Availability subject to major Event Calendar Subject to General Terms of Usage VAT at 14% in terms of the Value Added Tax Act. 89 of 1991 to be added CATEGORIES AREA

2011 / 2012 2011/2012 TARIFF TARIFF EXCL. VAT EXCL. VAT STADIUM URBAN PARK

Adults Children under 12 Pensioners

R40.00 R15.00 R15.00

R30.00 R10.00 R10.00

School Tour Groups

R10.00

R10.00

Educational / Information Booklets

R10.00 Per booklet

2011/2012 TARIFF EXCL. VAT REMARKS STADIUM AND URBAN PARK R60.00 Per Visit R20.00 Per Visit R20.00 Per Visit Per Learner R15.00 Per Visit

5.5% -

5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 5.5% 11.5% 0%

Highlights of proposed amendments COLLECTIONS PILOT RECYCLING PROJECT The City will provide free 140L wheeled waste containers to participating customers for the storage and collection of recyclable waste. The pilot project will be rolled out in the catchment area of the Kraaifontein Waste Management facility. RADIO FREQUENCY IDENTIFICATION TAG (RFID) The RFID tag will enable the City to track the location of a bin, to generate statistics and to amend the Billing system. The City will provide the first RFID containers free of charge whereafter the property owner will be liable for the replacement costs of these containers should it be damaged, lost or stolen. OLD AGE HOMES Old Age Homes were previously billed for containers equating to a third of the number of living units and had to use the City as a service provider. Old age homes to be reclassified as non-residential and may choose the number of containers required or to use private sector service providers. DISPOSAL - LOOSE BODY VEHICLES Loose body vehicles to be charged at an averaged carrying capacity of the container and not the carrying capacity of the vehicle as is the current practice. The above change may result in a saving for the customer.

5. MISCELLANEOUS TARIFFS AND CHARGES 5.1 A complete copy of all Miscellaneous Tariffs and Charges are available for inspection at the abovementioned Municipal Offices. 5.2 All Miscellaneous tariffs include VAT. Fines, Penalties, Refundable Deposits and Housing are exempt from VAT. VAT is calculated at 14% in terms of the Value Added Tax Act No. 89 of 1991.

CITY OF CAPE TOWN: 2011/2012 SPECIAL RATING AREAS ADDITIONAL RATE The purpose of this notice is to draw the attention of all interested parties to the following: Additional Rates applicable to SRAs reflected below are exclusive of VAT and reflected as a Rand-in-the-rand

CITY OF CAPE TOWN: 2011/2012 - MyCiti INTEGRATED RAPID TRANSIT (Integrated Rapid Transit is exempt from VAT) CONTINUATION OF INTERIM IRT SERVICE SERVICES RENDERED VAT 2010/11 2011/12 UNTIL 2011/12 FROM AND RELATED TRANSPORT UNIT REMARKS YES/ RAND 31 DEC 2011 1 JAN 2012 PRODUCTS NO EXCL. VAT RAND EXCL.VAT RAND EXCL.VAT PREMIUM AIRPORT SERVICE – FARE LEVEL 1 (USING MANUAL TICKETS) UNTIL IRT FULL FARE SYSTEM STARTS From Cape Town Airport to MyCiTi Civic Centre per person per trip (one Station or return. Period of validity: 3 months Premium Airport service No R50.00 R53.00 R53.00 way) from date of purchase (in case of a manual ticket). Premium Airport concession 1: per child per trip (one On the same route. Period of validity: 3 months Children 4-11 years old (ie 4 No R25.00 R26.50 R26.50 way) from date of purchase. and older, but under 12 yrs) On the same route: unlimited travel within Premium Airport concession 2: per monthly ticket calendar month of validity. Not transferable. No R400.00 R424.00 R424.00 Monthly ticket Period of validity: one calendar month. On the same route PLUS one trip on the Inner City Interim service (Item No 4): per single Premium Airport concession 3: per ordinary ticket when ordinary ticket (Ticket type 1B.1), provided 20 No R40.00 R42.40 R42.40 Bulk purchase - ordinary tickets bought in bulk tickets or more are purchased at the same time. Period of validity: 3 months from date of purchase. On the same route PLUS one trip on the Inner City Interim service (Item No 4): per single child Premium Airport concession 4: per child ticket when ticket (Ticket type 1B.1), provided 20 tickets or No R20.00 R21.20 R21.20 Bulk purchase - child tickets bought in bulk more are purchased at the same time. Period of validity: 3 months from date of purchase. INNER CITY INTERIM FARE SYSTEM – FARE LEVEL 1 (USING MANUAL TICKETS): PRIOR TO IRT INTERIM FARE SYSTEM Inner City Interim Service: per person per trip (one From Gardens Centre via Civic Centre Station to No R5.00 R5.00 R5.30 ordinary ticket way) Waterfront. Period of validity: one month IRT FULL FARE SYSTEM – FARE LEVEL 1 Trunk (Basic) Route: Distance based. Fare per This fare is distance based (total fare rounded up Peak Period: 6:30 - 8:30 and No R5.00 R5.00 R5.30 one way trip per person to nearest 5c), comprising of a Boarding Fare of 16:00 - 17:30 plus and a Rate per Kilometre of R0.30 R0.40 R0.42 up to a maximum of R16.00 R17.00 R18.05 Trunk (Basic) Route: Off-Peak Distance based. Fare per This fare is distance based (total fare rounded up No R4.00 R4.00 R4.24 Period one way trip per person to nearest 5c), comprising of a Boarding Fare of plus and a Rate per Kilometre of R0.30 R0.30 R0.32 up to a maximum of R15.00 R12.50 R13.25 Premium Trunk (Airport) Route: Distance based. Fare per This fare is distance based (total fare rounded up No R44.00 R44.52 R44.52 all periods one way trip per person to nearest 5c), comprising of a Boarding Fare of plus and a Rate per Kilometre of R0.30 R0.42 R0.42 Flat fare. Fare for one way Feeder Route: Peak Periods This is charged at a flat fare. No R5.00 R5.00 R5.30 trip per person Flat fare. Fare for one way Feeder Route: Off-peak periods This is charged at a flat fare. No R4.00 R4.00 R4.25 trip per person Feeder extensions routes: Peak Distance based. Fare per This fare is distance based (total fare rounded up No NA R5.00 R5.30 Periods one way trip per person to nearest 5c), comprising of a Boarding Fare of plus, regarding kms after first 10kms, a Rate per NA R0.40 R0.42 Kilometre of up to a maximum of NA R17.00 R18.05 Feeder extensions routes: Off- Distance based. Fare per This fare is distance based (total fare rounded up No NA R4.00 R4.24 Peak Periods one way trip per person to nearest 5c), comprising of a Boarding Fare of

The following categories will be exempted from paying the transport tariffs with effect from 29 May 2010

Note: Category 2 & 3 must have the necessary identification and authorisation.

Category 1 - Enforcement (uniformed staff wearing uniforms and carrying service identification cards)

Category 4 - All babies and toddlers under the height of 1.0m, provided that they appear to be under 4 years of age.

SAPS, Metro police, Law Enforcement, Traffic, Fire and Rescue, Disaster Management, SA National Defence Force staff

All total fares payable to be rounded-up to the nearest 5c

Category 2 - Transport operations and Monitoring (As authorised by ED: Transport Roads & Major Projects) • • •

Transport Service Provider: Management or delegated staff City and its Contractors Staff responsible for fare management and contract compliance monitoring Event specific volunteers deployed by the City and Local Organising Committee

Category 3 - IRT technical team members (As authorised by ED: Transport, Roads & Major Projects) • •

System Planning, Infrastructure and Business Plan technical staff (Monitoring, continuous improvement and to aid future planning) Transport data collection and survey staff ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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Support Cansa Shavathon KENILWORTH CENTRE will be hosting a Shavathon between 10:00 and 16:00 on Saturday 5 March in support of the Cancer Association of South Africa (Cansa) in their promotions court on the ground floor. CANSA turns 80 years old this year and this will be the eighth national Shavathon. “Everyone is invited to shave or spray their hair in a multitude of colours and show solidarity with a cancer survivor

Women unite SOROPTIMIST International Cape of Good Hope Club invites women to its International Women’s Day celebrations on Tuesday 8 March from 11:00 until 14:00. The theme of this year’s celebration is “Stronger women build stronger bridges of

with a R50 donation, while children under 12 pay R25,” says Terry Pollock, the Kenilworth Centre manager. Losing your hair is a common side-effect of chemotherapy, which is why participants shave their heads as a symbolic gesture of support for cancer survivors. Colouring your hair has become an option for those who prefer not to shave. For more information about the Shavathon at Kenilworth Centre, phone Andreana Holmes or Suzette Searle on (021) 671-5054.

Please stop the prostitution WHY is nothing being done about the prostitution in the Lansdowne and Wetton area? The police seem to be helpless. When you drive through Constantia you don’t see so much as a vagrant along the road. I ask myself with tears in my eyes why Lansdowne is being turned into a brothel. That’s exactly what’s happening. Girls stand on every street corner selling their bodies. The ladies of the area should start taking stock and not walk around with their heads buried in the sand. It could so easily be your husbands and boyfriends who are picking up these girls of

peace”. The organisation, which supports all women in war torn countries, will meet at the Fan Walk bridge and the pedestrian bridge at the Holiday Inn on Eastern Boulevard, Woodstock in solidarity and recognition of all women in affected countries. All women are welcome. For more information call Debbie Clarke on (021) 788-2164.

ill-repute. They walk from corner to corner like salespeople selling their wares and nobody does a thing to stop them. Where oh where are our community leaders? Have they all become chicken-livered? Drunk drivers are being named and shamed. What about these middle aged men who pick up these young girls and pay for sexual favours? They too should be named and shamed. Lansdowne should unite and clean up our streets because nobody else will! PATRICK ABRAHAMS Lansdowne

Wedding bands lost in Rondebosch

Well done, Kenwyn residents

A YOUNG wife lost her two wedding bands at Sportsman’s Warehouse in Rondebosch, possibly in the parking lot, on Saturday 19 February in the morning. The bands are of

HATS off to the Community Police Forum and the Lansdowne Visible Police Sector for mobilising residents of Kenwyn and the local community to participate in an anti-drug march. Approximately 1 000 concerned residents braved a chilly evening to attend the march, indicative of their support for the initiative. A strong police presence was evident, with senior SAPS officials attending the well organised anti-drug campaign. They promised to arrest known drug merchants fingered by residents, declaring war on them. Marchers brandished placards depicting anti-drug slogans. A national survey has revealed that the Western Cape has the highest percentage of drug users, and Premier Helen Zille has reported that the provincial government has developed an anti-drug policy to combat the scourge of rampant drug abuse.

white gold. The wife, Zuraydah, is desperately hoping that someone may have picked them up. If you picked them up, please phone Zuraydah on 073 137 7277.

Learn how to speak isiXhosa FREE isiXhosa classes will be held at the Hanover Park library on Wednesday af-

ternoons at 16:00. For details phone Grant on 072 962 0734.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Mowbray Maternity Hospital (Chief Directorate: General Specialist & Emergency Services)

Telecom Operator Remuneration: R 79 104 per annum. Service benefits: 13th cheque, employer’s contribution to the pension fund, housing and medical aid allowance. Requirements: Minimum educational qualification: Junior Certificate (or equivalent). Experience: • Appropriate and relevant experience as a Switchboard Operator/Telephonist. Competencies (knowledge/skills): • Good communication skills (verbal and written) in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape • Good knowledge of telecom systems • Excellent telephone etiquette • Computer literacy.

Apology to all Andaaz customers

Duties (key result areas/outputs): • Drawing of reports from the telecom management system • Distribute reports to various Departments • Reconciliate payment of private calls • Handle incoming and outgoing calls as well as telephone enquiries • Communicate with staff and the general public • Handle all telecommunication equipment and related functions including defects and/or repairs • Responsible for recordkeeping and compilation of reports.

THE most unfortunate incident happened on Thursday 18 November, the day after Eid. I was on my way to open my shop when I got a phone call to say the shop’s gates had been welded closed. Later the same morning, the landlord broke into the shop (without any court order or sheriff) and took possession of all my stock, including all my customers’ things, and invoice books. I have no means to contact anyone, except to leave contact details with the shop next door. The landlord’s reason for doing this is because we owe him an outstanding balance of rent. This is true, and is due to slow business, but he had no right to do this, which in South African law is called theft.

Enquiries: Ms ML Vyver: 021 659-5918.

Handyman Remuneration: R 79 104 per annum. Service benefits: 13th cheque, employer’s contribution to the pension fund, housing and medical aid allowance. Requirements: Minimum requirement: Basic reading, writing and numerical skills. Experience: General maintenance and repair experience. Inherent requirements of the job: Willingness to work overtime and do standby duties • Physically able to perform the duties required. Competencies (knowledge/skills): • Ability to optimally utilise allocated resources such as materials, tools and equipment • Ability to handle power machinery and tools • Knowledge of the application of the requirements of the Machinery and Occupational Health and Safety Act. Duties (key result areas/outputs): • Effective and efficient execution of instructions which include, amongst others, general maintenance and repairs • Maintenance and repair of equipment, furniture and fittings and do minor installations • Assist Artisans in the performing of their duties • Manage and exercise control over materials, tools and equipment • Strict adherence to the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Enquiries: Mr KL October: 021 659-5582. Please submit your application for the attention of Ms CB Flandorp, to the Manager: Medical Services, Mowbray Maternity Hospital, Private Bag X7, Mowbray 7705.

Applications must be submitted on a Z83 form, obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by certified copies of qualifications, Curriculum Vitae and the names of three referees. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. Kindly note that excess personnel will receive preference. Please submit your application stating the name of the publication and the date on which you saw the advertisement (candidates may also use this as reference) to the addresses mentioned above.

PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT

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A separate application must be submitted if applying for more than one post.

Closing date: 25 March 2011.

But according to the landlord, he doesn’t respect South African law and did this the Egyptian way (taking the law into his own hands). Three months later, I’m still in court trying to get possession of all customers’ and my goods. Our next hearing date is Monday 7 March at the Athlone Magistrate’s Court. I ask all customers please try to understand and pray for us. Give us some support which we had from you all the years. Anyone who needs to contact me about their stuff or for any stitching needs feel free to contact me on 073 1696 456. My humble apology for any inconvenience. ANDAAZ BUTT Gatesville

Your SMSes

As directed by the Department of Public Service & Administration, applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are short-listed and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on these checks, which include security clearance, qualification verification, criminal records, credit records and previous employment.

The Department of Health is guided by the principles of Employment Equity. Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply and an indication in this regard will be appreciated.

The establishment of several drug rehabilitation centres has been budgeted for, but these may take years before being built. Well known authority on anti-drug strategies and the establishment of local support groups, Dr EV Rapiti, made an impassioned plea to parents to take responsibility for their children’s actions and refrain from becoming comatose or enter a state of denial regarding their children’s drug abuse, and the consequential breakdown in family life. Drug abuse is a threat to the growing number of teenage addicts, and druglords and known drug peddlers must be rooted out and driven from civil society. The anti-drug march by Kenwyn residents to raise awareness of the pandemic of drug abuse in our communities, illustrated that collectively we can achieve more, than individually on our own. MARK KLEINSCHMIDT, KENWYN

In response . This park is definitely not in Rondebosch East. The picture in People’s Post seems like it is in Crawford. . It’s a shame what happened to Marco Schmitt’s group on the mountain. Most hikers are friendly. It’s a pity their day was spoilt by people who only see what they want to see. Politics . Most of the country is ANC, so why worry about the Western Cape? Just leave us with the DA. Madame Zille will sort us out. Freda . The DA first wants your vote and then they do

with you like they want to. It is our people’s own fault. They are blind to see what the DA is really doing to them. . Common sense dictates that regional demographics must prevail in the Western Cape. The Employment Equity Act allows for it. General . Why not send druggies to Robben Island? It’s a nice place for a rehab. Our youngsters can become educated. Belinda . I wonder how many people read all the rubbish that comes into your letter

box? Mine goes straight into the bin. Jack Wilson . If someone sees this ad can you please show it to Gwen and Boy Adams? Their daughter is Wendy. I am looking for them. My name is Evelyn. I lost the number and address I had for them. Please can they contact me? My number is in the phone book. . “Disgusted views”, do you know why the SABC is showing ancient rubbish? Because we do not stand together – we should boycott them and not pay our TV licences. Tina, Goodwood


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A bargain block: 190, 140 & 90. Ph 021 374 2053/ 021 692 1209 all hours. Free Delivery.

AA BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R10,50 450 x 450 = R12,50 500 x 500 = R13,50 ( 076 382 6711

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Aluminium Windows & Doors supplied & fitted. ( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292

On account, no deposit 12 to 60 months to pay, Tiling, vibracrete, paving and all sorts of building material. Blacklisted welcome. Contact André 071 588 2172

DAVID'S PRECAST We sell Vibrecrete Poles & Slabs. (021 692 3107 / 021 691 5877/ 072 106 0655 / 083 691 4449

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

A­B TRUCK HIRE / COURIER Anything & everything. 073 339 1828 FURNITURE removals and up country trips ( 078 611 3627

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7 DAY TRAIN TRIP FROM CAPE TOWN TO PILANESBERG (NORTH WEST) Tour departs 26 June and includes visit to Sun City. Please contact us on 021 393 6313/078 227 2475. For more info send your enquiry to visiontours.travel@telkomsa.net

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ROSALIND ON 021 4051136 /EMAIL: ROSALIND.SWAIN@DIEBURGER.COM OR FAX TO 021 406 4315 Attention01.03.11

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

Single view systems ­ R599 installed. Xtra View as well as HD installations. SMS or call Mikah­eel 073 374 3951

PUPILS KNOW YOU’LL BE HAVING A REUNION IN 2011?

DON’T DELAY, CALL ME TODAY:

FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING Maintanance and new installations. All workmanship guaranteed. (Frank 082 3544 076

MR FIXIT

ATTENTION ALL ATTORNEY’S AND CONVEYANCERS

WHY NOT PLACE YOUR LEGAL NOTICES IN OUR NETADS.

FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700

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

IRIS BRIDGE

Ingrid 087 802 9371 021 931 1320 082 647 7173 Mariette 083 594 2310 Annemarie 083 227 7242 Reginald 073 006 3632

A FREE PLUMBING quote for bathroom renovations, geysers, leaks and blocked drains. Call Joseph 073 322 4661 ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713

082 301 7856

Bel my vandag nog!

ALL PAINTING and Waterproofing. Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713 PAINTING and maintenance. Ph 073 231 6475

Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send

Awaiting Pension/ Provident Fund? Imm. CASH (/Sms KIM 083 665 1002/021 949 8566

Same day payout Tel: 021 949 0930/1/2

ALL BRIDGE CREDIT

GARAGE DOORS & automation.

ARE YOU SICK & TIRED OF YOUR DEBT? Cant control it anymore? I can help you. Garnishees on payslips, summonses, dont have money for food? Reduce payments to one instalment. Stop the struggling, the help you need is hassle free. Service guarenteed. Call us now! (Audrey­ 079 395 4709 or fax: 021 421 6817. Fax your ID, payslip and all your accounts to see what you qualify for.

DEBT STRESSED? We help all people. Judgements, bad credit record and debt review. We can finance you. Homeowners unable to make monthly repayments welcome. (021) 705 0226 OR 082 378 8592

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TO ADVERTISE & PARTICIPATE IN THIS FEATURE PLEASE CONTACT ROSALIND SWAIN ON O21 405 1136 or e-mail: rosalind.swain@dieburger.com Fax: 021 406 4315 A

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AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING & MACHINING Weld and Stitch Repairs cc.... Reboring.Skim­ ming and ALL engineering requirements ,Specialised Welding, cracked cylinder heads blocks, straightening, pressure testing, metal stitching. Visit now at 11 Jagger Street, Goodwood or call 021 592 4728 / 021 592 4747 ENGINE OVERALL R1 800.Clutch overalls, R850.Gearbox repairs from R950.Parts & labour incl. (021 376 6014/ 078 875 4394

IVAN FRANK PROPERTIES LANSDOWNE R1mil 3 Bedroomed, very spacious, en suite, / comm. rights. SHERWOOD PARK R680 000. 3 Bedr house, f/kitch,carport + double garage on large plot. MONTCLAIRE R365 000. 2 bedrooms, on large plot. THORNTON R510 000. 2 bedroom in secure complex. WOODSTOCK R880 000 3 bedroom house, has comm. rights. IVAN 082 469 3084

LENTEGEUR

Neat, 3 bedroom house, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Immediate occupation. R295 000 Call Noor 072 946 2280

We have qualified buyers. Call Karen 083 494 3939

RETREAT (LAKE VIEW DRIVE) 3Beds, mes,bic's. Sep.toilet & bath. O/plan kitch with bic's. Lounge. F/encl, garage. B/bars & alarm. R600 000neg. (Sharon on 083 499 8141 to arrange viewing session.

RONDEVLEI PARK M/P

2 Beds, lounge, kitchen, f/bathroom, garage for 3 cars, separate maids/spare room. R420 000. Immed occup. Contact Noor 072 946 2280

WYNBERG ­ GRAND CENTRAL. Studio unit. R2 500 p/m. Ph Nashieta 071 441 1935

DATA ENTRY JOBS & TRAINING Own hours, steady income, jobs guarenteed. Work 60min a day and earn up to R9 000p/m. For further info sms your name, surname, postal address to 081 364 2853 DATA ENTRY with or wit­ hout computer. Own hours. SMS name & address for full brochure to 073 423 3436

EARN CASH NOW Sell tupperware full or part time. ( Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 or Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008

MONT CLAIRE R1 800p/m. Avail 01 /04/2011.(083 688 9223

EARN up to R720 in your first week & up to R1 440 per day within 1 month!! Data entry workers needed to fill out forms with or without a computer. Easy step­by­step tutorials. Own hours. Sms name & Address for a full info brochure to 076 755 1429 EVERY genuine business opportunity does not have to be about selling, capturing or policies... for more info call Cheryl on 071 527 1869 EXTRA income opportunity. Data works with or without a computer. For info sms name, surname & adress to 084 062 4825 FINANCIAL FREEDOM Earn +_ R25 000 part time. SMS FREEDOM to 34008

BECOME A MILLIONARE !!

MAKE money doing what you already do.(083 588 5871

Bottle store with l/l. Khayamdy/Stellenbosch (Open 7 days per week) Excellent investment. Buildings/refrigerated container Million Rand ( 078 179 0809

EASTRIDGE

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

ELECTRIC CITY Avail imm. R1 500p/m. (073 124 0572(from 6pm)

Extended duplex. 3 Beds, lounge, d/room, kitchen, family bathroom. R259 000 Contact Noor 072 946 2280

APPLICANTS NEEDED for data capturing/market research Tutorial back­up. High income. Own hours available. For info application, SMS name/address to 079 615 8070

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

REALNET SELECT PROPERTIES REQUIRED IN ANY AREA

MBOMA PREPAID AIRTIME Earn extra money by selling prepaid airtime. Reasonable prices. Place your orders today with Catherine on 021 788 2297/084 224 7523

FREELANCE BOOKKEEPER Ur System or ours Temp Assignments Welcome AccOnCall@gmail.com

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SELL BEAUTIFUL SERVIETTES Prints and plain colours Earn cash quickly (082 978 9016

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

ARE you a young matriculant who can communicate with clients. Jobs available in customer relations. R4 250p/m.(021 930 4219/ Nicky on 071 635 6799 Avroy Shlain Needs agents ( Desi­ 072 447 9958 Nikki­ 021 371 5277/ 082 489 2592 Ganeefah ­ 072 048 2071 COMPUTER SKILLS TRAINING WE OFFER: (Part Time & Full Time) Data Capturing Receptionist & Office Admin Cashiering, Bookkeeping Call Centre, Pastel Accounting, Internet and E­mail, Web Design, Drivers Learner's Classes REGISTRATION FEE: R500 DURATION: 2 week period Payment for practical training assistance with job placement

BUXEY'S INSTITUTE 2nd Floor Kentucky Building Allegro Lane Town Centre Mitchells Plain Contact office: 076 873 1327 / 082 971 2585 / 021­391 5885 Mark 074 691 3854 EXTRA INCOME with DATAWORX with/ with­out computer. For info, sms Name/Address 073 145 4670

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

ï CAPE TOWN BASED COMPANY IS OPENING UP A NEW BRANCH AND NEEDS TO EXPAND ITS SALES FORCE.

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

No transport or previous sales experience needed.All training is provided. We offer basic salary,

No transport or previous sales experience needed. All training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives. For appointment, call Andre on 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply.

commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives.

CAR AUDIO SALES PERSON Required at

For appointment call Andre / James at 021 465 7852 Terms & Conditions Apply

SOUNDMATCH Applicants must have sales skills , be enthusiastic and motivated. Call Zubeida on 021 638 6302 or fax cv to 021 638 1142

JOB VACANCIES

Strictly for matriculants 021 421 2388 / 081 334 0026

EST. 1996

BRANCHES: WETTON 021 761 0707 M/PLAIN 021 391 2200 PROSPUR 01-03-11-1AJU8K0.cdr

NEW YEAR JOBS!

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 9464 663 078-857-8272, 078-857-8271 Registration fee is R500 REGISTER today to avoid disappointments.

TELEMARKETERS NEEDED For organisation, with fund­ raising experience ( 021 393 6262 or 021­393 7774 o/h only

GRASSY PARK: R869.000excl F/s, 4Beds(2xB), 2xF/Baths, 2xFK, G/Flat(2Beds, K, Brm), T/G(4xCars) ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

PINATTI ESTATE: R695.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, D/room, FFK, Laundry, Garage, 556m² F/Paved. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

RYLANDS: R1.595mil D/s, 6Beds(3xB), S/Lounge, D/rm, 5xF/Bth, 2xMes, FFK, M/Q, D/Grage SHEREENA 072 435 4085

GRASSY PARK: R980.000excl D/s, 5Beds, Lnge, F/Place, Drm, FK, G/Flat(2Beds), Storerm, Garage, Encl. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

New Development CHOOSE YOUR PLOT Brand New 2Bedrooms Semi’s From R349.500 SAEEDA 083 519 4159

MONTAGUE GIFT: R620.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FFK, Garage, 547m², Trelli Doors, B/Bars, 3Cars. KEITH 084 888 2526

OTTERY: R1050.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Mes, FFK, Laundry, MQ, TV/rm, D/Garage, Carport, 594m² SHEREENA 072 435 4085.

EAGLE PARK: R475.000Neg F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, 387m², D/Carport, Garage doors, E/Garden. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

EAGLE PARK: R499.000excl F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, Garage, E/Garden, D/Way (12xCars), Alarm. KEITH 084 888 2526

NEWFILDS VILLAGE: R195.000excl Semi, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Encl. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

WETTON: R880.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Spacious Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Mes, FK, G/Flat. S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490.

GRASSY PARK: R189.000excl Top Floor Flat, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, F/Bath, Enclosed. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

FAIRWAYS: R750.000excl Town House, 2Beds(1xBics), Lounge, FFK, Tandem Garage, 243m². KEITH 084 888 2526

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

WALMER ESTATE: R1150.000 3Beds, Spacious Lnge, D/room, Kitchen, Court Yard, Study, TVroom. S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

BONTEHEUWEL: R299.999excl Semi. 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, Sliding Gates, B/Bars DESIREE 079 875 9975

RETREAT: R105.000excl Vacant Serviced Plot 230m² MARIAM 082 641 2157

SCHAAPKRAAL: R750.000excl 2Beds, Lnge, FFK, Remote Gates, Large Grounds, Plans 2nd Dwelling MARIAM 082 641 2157

BONTEHEUWEL: R230.000 Semi, 1Bedroom, Lounge, Kitchen (Bics), 300m² S.ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

OTTERY: R619.000excl Flat, 3Beds(2xB), Balcony, Lounge, Drm, Bath, S/toilet, FFK, Garage.. NAJWA 082 377 7027

NEWFIELS ESTATE: R880.000 2Beds(Bics), Mes, FFK, S/Entrance, 2xGarage, Carport, 772m² + More. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

BELHAR: R380.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, K(Bics), Carport, Park(4xCars), S/Gates. EGHSAAN 073 845 9392

DELFT: R260.000excl 3Baeds, Lounge, F/Bath, Carport, E/Garden, Encl, 320m², B/Bars. EGHSAAN 073 845 9392

GRASSY PARK: R760.000xcl F/s, 3Beds(2xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, FFK, G/Flat, Garage, Encl, 552m². ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 5.95% COMMISSION

AXIS

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HAIRSTYLIST & OPERATOR NEEDED For salon in Colorado city centre. To start ASAP. (021 371 0393/073 250 5752

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021 705 3507 / 021 705 1798 NEW RELEASE NEW RELEASE A/H 021 705 3903 FERNES ESTATE - R800 000 Neg3 RYLANDS - R1 650 000 Fax: 0866 456 755 Dbl Stry, 4 Beds, lounge / dining rm large Bedrooms with BIC, lounge, and axis.properties2@gmail.com walkin closet,ff kitch,Double garage, bathrm fully tiled, fully escured, off

WANT A MARKET VALUATION? enclosed yard,ideal for Business!!!

PLEASE CALL ME to...

082 410 8186

NEW RELEASE

or call

0860 777 000 Bellville – 021 949 7309 Cape Town – 021 421 6818 Goodwood – 021 591 9531 Worcester – 023 347 0340

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CLOTHING CUTTER NEEDED Must be professional. To start immediate­ ly.(073 139 834 1

SOLD

Plantation Rd, 700 m², potential

NEW RELEASE

NEW RELEASE ZEEKOEVLEI - R1 550 000Lovely 4 beds with BIC, laminated flr Facebrick, Dble garag, swimming pool fully secured, well maintained 660 m²

NEW RELEASE

GRASSY PARK - R750 000 NegNeat 3 Beds, carpets, loung/dinin rm, family bath,driveway, Large grounds

GRASSY PARK FLAT - R340 000 Figrove Mews, Neat 2 beds, BIC, tiled lounge, bath, secured complex

PLUMSTEAD - R1.9 Miln Neg Newley built 4 bedrm, top modern finishes, Dble garage, So much More

LANDSDOWNE - R750 000 Neat 3 Beds, BIC, MES, ff kitch, lounge, family bathrm, paved driveway, garage

G/PRK FLATS - R 180K - R280K 3 Flats from R 180K, 2 beds, BIC, lounge, bath, fully secured complex

HANOVER PARK - R270 000 Lovely 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathrm, fully secured + Wendy house

2X PELICAN PRK - Frm R460 000 2 bedrooms, lounge, FF kitchen, fully secured, driveway with Wendy house

CLAREMONT - R1.3 MILN VACANT PLOT WITH PLANS DUNLUCE STREET

LAVENDERHILL - R280 000 Neat 4 beds, BIC, lounge, fitted kitch garage for 4, enclosed, Sep entrance

RONDEBOSCH EAST - R1.1 MIL 3 PELICAN PARK - R570 000 & 4 bedrooms with BIC, 3 beds, MES, BIC, lounge, FF kitch, lounge, ff kitchen, family bath, garag, potential grounds + + + close to mosque

LOTUS RIVER - R780 000 5 Beds, spacious lounge, fitted kitch, 2 bathrm fully tiled, garage, POOL+ +

BERGVLIET - R820 000 Lovely 3 bed Cottage, BIC, lounge, ff kitch, bath, yard, secured, garage

STRANDFONTEIN - R410 000 Bargain 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, carport, secured, off Denegeur Road

GRASSY PRK FLATS - R320 000 2 x Flats In Radiant Mews, BIC, lounge, bath, fully secured complex

MITCHELLS HEIGHTS - R 260 000 Large potential and spacious 3 beds off spine Rd close to the Mosque

SHAFIQA - 073 313 5819

SA-EED: 082 927 5034

ZAHIDA: 084 265 4364

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UBUNTU WELLNESS & SPORTS SCIENCE WE PREVENT AND TREAT INDIVIDUALS WITH:

Ubuntu Wellness & Sports Science Solutions’ highly qualified Biokineticists will help improve the quality of your life by means of physical assessment and the prescription of healthy exercise habits.

Chronic disease and conditions: Individual and supervised exercise programmes for the prevention and management of conditions such as heart disease, diabetes, lung disease, arthiritis, osteoporosis and pregnancy Orthopaedic Conditions: Individual exercise prescription for the (pre and post natal) rehabilitation of the back, neck, knee, shoulder, hip and ankle injuries and Exercise Testing for Athletes: Sport specific testing and training of an conditions. Treatment is offered from the athlete’s endurance, speed, flexibility, time of the injury up to and including full agility, power, strength and reaction times. participation in sport or other physical As well as rehabilitation of sport injuries. activities of life.

Biokinects is a medically recognized professional discipline, applying scientifically based physical activity, as a way of preventing medical disorders related to insufficient physical activity and/or for rehabilitating injuries and disease.

Health Promotion for General Population: Assessment of health risk factors and implementation of intervention strategies to support the individual toward total wellness.

Providing programs for: Weight loss, General fitness, Personal Training Packages, Muscle strengthening, Toning and definition.

DENTISTS IN GATESVILLE Established Dentists, Dr. A. Ahmad and Dr. K. Pather offer a wide ranging array of dental services for the surrounding community.

Having the advantage of being conveniently situated on the borders of several suburbs, we offer services to a multitude of patients.

We, Dr Cyril Parker and Dr Elisabeth Parker, have travelled different countries, researching and working in Health systems tha provide equitable and affordable Healthcare for all citizens. Our biggest wish is to contribute to alleviate poverty by empowering people in Health and education and make a difference in people’s lives. To this end, we have returned to South Africa where we have established Simunye Primary Healthcare (SPHC) and Simunye Health Education (SHE). Simunye meaning “We are one”.

We offer the following services: Cleaning (Scale & Polishing) Tooth-Coloured (White) Fillings Extractions Root Canal treatment Crowns & Bridges Veneers & Cosmetic Dentistry Partial & Full Dentures Whitening Treatments (Bleaching) Deep Relaxation Therapy Anti-wrinkle Facial Enhancements Dermal Fillers

Education is provided without any cost, in all aspects of Primary Healthcare, to patients and interested members of the community, focusing on Health Education, and offer regular Health checks and information for Chronic Life Style Diseases and HIV.

SPHC and SHE have been created in impoverished, previously historically disadvantaged communities in the Cape Flats in Cape Town, with the principles of Affordability, Access and Quality Healthcare for all.

Conscious Sedation can be arranged for anxious adults and General Anaesthetic can be arranged for children. Accepting most medical aids, we are also registered as Care Cross and Prime Cure providers.

By developing this concept, Health has improved, jobs have been created within the community, and hope has been given to those who have been marginalised because of poverty and social disadvantage.

SPHC is based on offering people Primary Healthcare 7 days a week, 12 hours a day. At the same time, Health

We are open Mondays to Saturdays and every alternate Sundays.

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We as biokineticists perform an assessment of the patient by conducting various tests to assess the patient’s biomechanics and thereafter prescribing a specific rehabilitation intervention. We perform: Medical Aid Fitness Assessments • Discovery Vitality • Momentum Multiply • Sanlam • Camaf • Nedbank Chronic Disease Rehabilitation (diabetes, hypertension, cholesterol, obesity) Orthopaedic Rehabilitation (sports injuries, post - operative rehab, back pain etc) Fitness Assessments (body fat%, blood pressure, glucose, cholesterol, sub-maximal fitness test, muscular endurance, flexibility, meal plans and exercise plans etc) Sport Specific Conditioning (agility, speed, strength, explosive power etc) Nutritional Supplementation (proteins, multivitamins, endurance drinks, pre workouts) Personal Training (weight loss/weight gain, specific goals etc) We offer a variety of services for Private and Public clients which can be tailored to suit the needs and objectives of individual clients. We offer Medical Aid Fitness Assessments for corporate companies as well (Corporate days can be arranged) To make an appointment please call 021 696 1211 / 082 6372 163 Nabeel Yasin (B.Sc)(Med)(Hon) Exercise Science (Biokinetics)(UCT) 218 Belgravia Road, Belthorne Estate, Lansdowne (indirectly opposite nandos)

KEITH STOFFBERG ORTHOPAEDICS

Registered Orthotist/Prosthetist Prac No. 0870000176958 For all your Orthotic and Prosthetic requirements visit Keith Stoffberg Orthopaedics.

For appointments phone the office:

Keith Stoffberg Orthopaedics is in Gatesville, Mitchells Plain and Bellville.

(021) 935 1456 Also fitted: Arch Supports, Diabetic Shoes, Diabetic Innersoles, Calipers and Drop Foot Splints. Silicone Breast Prosthesis available on Medical Aid. Cash or Terms can be arranged. All Medical Aids accepted & Private Patients welcome!

REGISTERED PHYSIOTHERAPIST Back and neck pain, headaches, stress related pain, rehabilitation, respiratory, stroke, womens health, antenatal exercises, sports injuries.

• 4 6 C H U RC H WAY • S T RA N D F O N T E I N • 7 7 9 8

PHONE (021 ) 393 4602

MEDICAL AID AND PRIVATE RATES.

EASTRIDGE MEDICAL CENTRE MITCHELL’S PLAIN COMMUNITY HEALTHCARE AND HEALTH EDUCATION Dr CN PARKER at Engen Garage, opposite Town Centre 7 days/week 8am to 8pm, incl public holidays Tel: 021 391 2662 www.simunyehealthcare.com Private patients and most Medical Aids accepted, including low-cost options: GEMS, Discovery, Bonitas, Polmed, Prosano, Fedhealth, Sizwe, and many more, now including Golden Arrow, Fishmed, Building Industry Med Aid Services: All GP Private Doctor’s Services HIV Testing and counselling, Post Exposure prevention (PEP) Diabetes and Blood Pressure Care Men’s and Women’s Health Drug Abuse Management ECG, Stitching, Nebulisation Pregnancy Ultrasound and Family Planning Circumcisions Blood testing Skin Cancer Checks / Liquid Nitrogen treatment Minor Surgical Procedures Every third Wednesday of the month: All welcome for Free Blood pressure checks, free Blood sugar checks and Health workshops

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and sports science solutions

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Keeping the Cape Smiling, Contact 021 637 7051 for that personal attention.

021 374 9881

DENTIST / TANDARTS VISIT OUR DENTAL PRACTICE AT: Shop No8, Shoprite Centre, Merrydale Road, Lentegeur, Mitchells Plain Trading hours: Mon - Fri: 9am - 6pm Closed: (1pm - 2pm) Sat: 9am - 12pm

DENTURES SPECIAL

with all dentures made patient will receive a free gold slit/ruby

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Why should a visit to the dentist make you want to leave the country?? Have a seat in a relaxed atmosphere & enjoy a friendly visit with the dentist

Our Services include

• Extraction • Fillings • Scale + Polish • X-rays • Root Canal Treatment • Dentures + Crown & Bridge • Teeth Whitening

FREE TOOTHBRUSH WITH EVERY POLISH • We treat anxious / nervous children • Friendly Staff • children free consultations everyday • Patient, Gentle, Female Dentist • Bring this coupon in for your free consultation

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Chris Barnard Hospital Suite 1410 Chris Barnard Hospital Constantiaberg Mediclinic Suite 209 Suite 1410 Rondebosch Medical Centre Suite 103 Rondebosch Medical Centre

0861 275 337 (share call) MON TO SAT BY APPT Children +Adults Special interest: Snoring & Sinus Disorders

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Call Ann Carr for appt

0800 124 327 (free call) MON TO THUR, SATURDAY by appt

Hearing tests and Hearing Aids


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REAL ESTATE WAYNE THERON 083 483 1784

IGSHAAN HARTOGH 079 7352149

JOE DANSTER 072 3433 442

MOGAMAT JONES 0727317090

FAROUK MALLICK 082 873 4815

STRANDFONTEIN R475 000

WAVECREST R620 000

PAROW/GLENLILY R725 000

RETREAT R650 000

WESTRIDGE R265 000

3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE, GARAGE

BIG SPACE - 3 BEDS – BIC IN MAIN, TILED LOUNGE, FFK, GARAGE.

BETWEEN MILTON AND VOORTREKKER ROAD 3 BEDS, LOUNGE AND DINING AREA, FITTED

CANAL ROAD 3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, LOUNGE, GARAGE

2 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE, BIG SPACE

WAYNE THERON 083 483 1784

WAYNE THERON 083 483 1784

LAKESIDE R670 000

STRANDFONTEIN R530 000

ROCKLANDS R300 000

LOTUS RIVER R785 000

PELICAN PARK R530 000

SECURE COMPLEX – MAIN ROAD 2 BEDS, OPEN PLAN LOUNGE & FITTED KITCHEN

3 BEDS – MAIN-EN-SUITE, BIC IN MAIN, TV ROOM, LOUNGE WITH JETMASTER FULLY FITT KITCHEN, COVERED YARD, GARAGE + OFF STREET PARKING

NEAT SECURE 3 BEDS, BIG FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE PAVED YARD.

WAYBURN ROAD 3 BED TILED FLOORS, TILED LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, FULLY FITTED KITCHEN, FAMILY BATHROOM, TANDEM GARAGE 2 CARS, CARPORT 3 CARS, POOL

3 BEDS, RENOVATED BATHROOM, FITTED KITCHEN, TANDEM GARAGE 3 CARS

IGHSAAN 079 735 2149

IGHSAAN 079 735 2149

REGINA AFRICA 072 865 0061

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

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

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

SMS “G1”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963 OR

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visit www.eesyinfo.co.za

Receive a Free list with pics of Below Market Value & other Distress Sale Properties Visit: www.savemoola.co.za Or SMS “D1”, Your Name, Email address/ address to 079 174 9961

WAYNE THERON 083 483 1784

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Mulder downs Falcons GLENTHORN pitcher Lauren Mulder recorded a rare no-hitter to shut out Falcons SAPS in a Western Province Super League softball match on Saturday. Mulder fanned one batter and allowed a walk to frustrate Falcons in the six inning’s match at the City Park Sports Complex. Glenthorn scored the decisive run in the fifth inning when Courtney Stevens’ hit scored Alex Fortune. Stevens batted 1-3, Deidre Sasman 1-1, Fortune 1-2 and Mulder 1-2. Falcons pitcher Megan Fillmore fanned one batter and conceded a walk before being replaced by Nicky Jones, who faced one batter to finish the match. This win keeps Glenthorn and Westridge Yankees – with two matches to go in the league race – tied on 28 points after 16 matches at the top of the log. Glenthorn will face Old Mutual Cubs, while Yankees – who beat Cubs 7-1 at the weekend – will challenge Falcons at 18:30 at City Park on Saturday. Wins for Glenthorn and Yankees in their penultimate league matches will see them meeting in a league decider on Saturday 12 March.

Tuesday 1 March 2011

Tough tussle awaits Stormers TASMIN CUPIDO

IT WILL be a battle up front when the DHL Stormers take on the Toyota Cheetahs in the third round of the 2011 Super Rugby competition at DHL Newlands on Saturday afternoon. And despite the Stormers managing to pip the Lions 19-16 in their opening match last weekend, Allister Coetzee and his team will need to focus on getting the team to work as a unit. A “rusty” and unorganised display of rugby was produced by the Stormers in the first half, with John Mitchell’s men surprising the men from the Cape with a fast and attacking game plan. Leading 9-8 at half-time, with only Lions’ centre Waylon Murray having visited behind the tryline and all the Stormers points coming from the boot of flyhalf Gary van Aswegen, the Stormers returned to the field without their gutsy leader Schalk Burger, who suffered a blow to his knee during the first half. Pieter Louw replaced Burger and was influential throughout the match, tackling like a demon, dominating at the breakdown, scoring the men in navy blue’s only try and calling the shots in the battle between the loose forwards. But the Lions showed heart and determination, with the match finishing four minutes into injury time. They set up more than 15 phases from the Stormers’ 22, in an attempt score a try and break the hearts of the Stormers and their fans. But the Stormers managed to steal the ball in the loose with a wobbly Dewaldt Duvenhage pass being kicked over the sideline by fullback, Conrad Jantjes. And coach Coetzee was the first to admit that his team did not play to their full potential. “I am happy with the win. One can rectify mistakes and system errors, but you cannot coach guts, never giving up and refusal to be defeated,” he said after the match.

“Derbys are tough and we did well to hold them out. It’s difficult to bye in the first week of the competition. We looked rusty, but when it mattered, we pulled through. The team has matured and gained a lot of experience.” And that experience will have to be proved against the Cheetahs on Saturday. The men from Bloemfontein were unlucky to lose 23-25 to the Vodacom Bulls at home last Friday evening, after leading 23-8 at halftime. In the process, they also lost captain Juan Smith, who suffered a torn Achilles tendon and is in doubt for the rest of the season. However, his replacement, Ashley Johnson, reigned supreme in the company of big names such as Pierre Spies, Deon Stegmann and Dewald Potgieter. He was awarded the man of the match award in the end. Johnson, originally from the Cape, will be looking to show his worth to Cheetahs coach Naka Drotské, by building on last week’s performance. Flanker Kabamba Floors also impressed on defence, while the always-grinding tight five gave the players in the Bulls engine room a run for their money. If the Stormers want to secure the win and an invaluable home bonus point, they have to revert to the running rugby their supporters became accustomed to last year. While the forwards have been securing possession in the loose, the ball seems to be dying in the backline. Perhaps backline coach, Robbie Fleck, should consider selecting star prospect Juan de Jongh at centre, breaking the conventional Springbok centre pairing of Jean de Villiers and Jaque Fourie. De Jongh was instrumental in the Stormers’ road to the final last year, also getting a Springbok call up. He impressed when he was brought on in the last 20 minutes and his agility and attacking and defensive play, as well as his ability to step, is missed in a rather one-dimensional Stormers outfit.

BROUGHT TO GROUND: DHL Stormers replacement flanker, Pieter Louw, tries to evade the tackles of two Lions players in his team’s 19­16 win at DHL Newlands on Saturday evening. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

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Tuesday 1 March 2011 WINNING WILLOWS: Willows Pri­ mary School’s Jamal Paulse (left) beats Safwaan Pe­ tersen of Tal­ falah Primary to win the 80m final for boys under­8 at the recent Manenberg Cluster inter­ schools champion­ ship at Vy­ gieskraal Sta­ dium, Ath­ lone. Photo:

People’s Post Lansdowne Page 15 SPEEDY: Ab­ dus Abra­ hams (cen­ tre) of Son­ derend Primary edg­ es out sec­ ond placed Zaheer Boo­ ley (left) of Portervue Primary in the 80m final for boys un­ der­9 at the Manenberg Cluster inter­ schools ath­ letic champi­ onship at Vy­ gieskraal Stadium, Ath­ lone. Photo:

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RUNAWAY: Willows Prima­ ry School’s Shannon­Lee Job receives the baton from Rosaline Nim­ rod as she heads to victo­ ry in the 400m relay for girls under­12 at the recent Manenberg Cluster inter­ schools cham­ pionship at Vy­ gieskraal Sta­ dium, Athlone. Photo: Isaacs

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WINNING LEAP: Yu­ suf Philan­ der of Red River Pri­ mary won the high jump for boys under­ 10 at the Manenberg Cluster ath­ letics champion­ ship at Vy­ gieskraal Stadium, Athlone.


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Ballers battle to hit it off rivals Pirates – in a knockout semi-final on Sunday 6 February due to BAWP fixturing matches for the same THE Baseball Association of Western Province day. (BAWP) and the WP Softball Federation (WPSF) But Lendis said that blame should not be laid entirely are engaged in a tense stand-off that has cooled the at baseball’s door. “It must be noted that the WPSF did good vibes between these one-time close associates. not inform us of their fixtures as well as the provincial championship”. What is upsetting the WPSF officials is that a revised “We serve our players and they have the choice to BAWP fixture programme clashes with the forthcom- participate in any sport that they wish to do,” said ing National Provincial Tournament (NPT) for softball- Lendis. ers – and that threatens to deDenise Paulsen, the president of plete the provincial men’s softthe WPSF, said yesterday she was ball squad. hopeful her federation could perSo much so that several top suade BAWP officials to change baseballers – who are also memtheir stance on the matter at an urbers of men’s softball clubs in the gent meeting later this week. WPSF – have withdrawn from “Softball and baseball do not need the WP squad that will particito be at loggerheads. We need to pate in the NPT in Tshwane from work together in the best interest of 17 – 21 March. our members,” said Paulsen. The problem is that they have What influences the Athlone Athcommitted themselves to the letics’ baseballers’ commitment to BAWP Major League competitheir club most is that Athletics are tion that climaxes on the weekclose to regaining the Major League end 19-20 March – despite the title they last won in the 1995/96 seasoftball officials calling a meetson. ing with their baseball counterAnother incentive for Michaels parts in an attempt to resolve the and company is that the SA Baseimpasse in mid-February. ball Union (SABU) has been invited One of the pressing concerns to participate to two major internafor the WPSF that came to light tional events within the next three in a Softball South Africa (SSA) CARL Michaels opts for baseball. years They are the 2011 World Semedia release on Wednesday 23 ries in Taiwan in October and the February, is that the men’s softballers who have with- World Baseball Classic hosted by Major League in drawn from the WP squad “will lose the opportunity America in 2013. to to represent their country” in the 2013 World ChamEdwin Bennett, the executive director of the SABU, pionships scheduled for New Zealand. said yesterday that the SABU will decide at the end of According to the SSA, the training squad for the March – prior to its senior inter-provincial tournament championship will be selected at the national provin- in George from 3-9 April – whether to accept the invitacial tournament in Tshwane. tion for the World Series. The players who have withdrawn include SA baseBennett explained that the SABU will then approach ball pitcher Carl Michaels, Tyrone Brandt, Lloyd Ste- the Lotto Board for funding – like it had previously vens, Leon Dodgen, David-Lee Alexander, Nigel Kerch- done – to cover tour costs. This saw each national playhoff, Faizel Moosa and Che Adams from the title-chas- er only contributing R2 000 in the past, thanks to the ing Athlone Athletics Baseball Club. Lotto funding. The 2013 World Baseball Classic is an They are all members of the Hamiltons Men’s Soft- all-expenses paid venture for the 16 qualifiers – courteball Club, with the exception of Dodgen and Alexander, sy of Major League America. who represent Devonshire. The SSA, on the other hand, does not enjoy the same Greg Lendis, the president of the BAWP, said his good fortune as the SABU. The SSA has been unable management committee – comprising the chairper- to secure Lotto funding or major sponsorships for its sons of all clubs – were “unanimous in its decision men’s and women’s teams that participated in Internaagainst postponing fixtures (19 and 20 March), as this tional Softball Federation (ISF) championships in rewas the last week available to complete the league pro- cent years, like the 2010 World Series for women in Vengramme”. ezuela and the 2009 World Series for men in Canada. The other contentious issue raised in the media reThe majority of national players that hail from the lease from SSA vice-president Noore Nacerodien, is WPSF each raised close to R30 000 to cover tour costs that Hamiltons were unable to field a team against arch for them to don the green and gold.

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Stormers scrumhalf Ricky Januarie attempts to get away from Lions’ loose forward, Joshua Strauss, during the Stormers’ 19­16 win in Super Rugby clash at Newlands on Saturday. Photo: Peter Heeger. Gallo Images

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