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CENTRE MANAGEMENT at the Nyanga Junction Shopping Centre have been cautioned to invest in additional security measures or risk it becoming a ghost town. Manenberg police’s top brass has met with the powers of the local business hub to discuss possible ways of improving safety for both shoppers and business owners. Spokesperson Lieutenant Ian Bennett says “seriously lacking” security measures were pointed out, such as insufficient guards and easily accessible escape routes. Serious crimes reported this year alone include two incidents involving store owners being held up by robbers, a delivery vehicle being hit by armed thugs and a woman being accosted after withdrawing money from the ATM. But it’s the umpteen robberies and thefts that have lead to police stepping in. Aretha van Wyk says she would rather borrow from a neighbour than do her shopping at Nyanga Junction. “That place is crawling with skollies,” she says. “You see them standing around and scouting people, clearly waiting for a chance to strike. When they make their move, the two lone security guards who have to manage the entire centre
just stand around. They’re nothing but useless scarecrows.” Pensioner Shameema Rhode says she is forced to shop at the Junction despite being robbed there twice in three months. “Ek het nie geld vir travelling om erens anders te gaan nie,” the 72-year-old says. Twice a month she heads for the shopping hub in search of bargains but describes the outing as “dangerous, like in the movies”. “The skollies follow you around until they get a chance to snatch your bag or steal your things right out of your pocket. They don’t care whether you’re old or disabled; all they see are easy pickings.” In January, she says, she was cornered by a “snotgat” while approaching the centre of the junction which leads to Nyanga station. “The boy couldn’t have been older than 16,” she recalls. “He told me ‘Ouma, as jy nie wil vrek nie dan moet jy vir my nou jou bag gee’.” I was so shocked I handed it over, despite it containing my last R20. I didn’t even have money for bread or tea bags.” When she was approached by a duo armed with knives two months later, she was better prepared. “I started screaming and threatened to kick them if they tried anything. They just laughed, grabbed my bag and ran
off. People tried chasing after them but they disappeared. Since then I have been hiding my money where no one will find it,” she says, patting her bosom. Shoppers are not the only ones who feel threatened. A vendor, who asks not to be named, says traders watch their goods with an eagle eye as “the skelms are quick to strike”. “You would be amazed at how sly they are,” the woman says. “Don’t turn your back or you will lose some of your stock. It’s no easy feat working in a place like this. Look at him,” she says, pointing out a loiterer. “He’s one of dozens who come here every day, waiting for someone to prey on like a vulture.” Another trader says he budgets for a R200 loss every month because theft is “always guaranteed”. “Something is needed to turn this place around. Most people come here for the bargains so we don’t push our prices up even if we desperately need to. If we should, we will lose the few customers we already have.” Bennett says officers are regularly encouraged to “pop in” at the Junction during their patrols to increase visibility. “However, we have made it clear that we cannot deploy members to focus solely on
this property. The centre management needs to take responsibility for their patrons’ safety,” he says. Centre manager Maxie Mahloane admits robberies and theft is rampant at the Junction, but adds that security improvements are in the pipeline. However, she argues that the centre itself is the main focus of the implementation of these measures and every trader is responsible for safeguarding their own property. “We are doing our utmost to get crime under control here but the business owners also have to not be negligent by making it easy for opportunistic criminals to strike,” she says. “According to their leases, they are responsible for the safety of their stores and stock, therefore they have to safeguard themselves and implement the relevant measures.” Currently, she says, 10 security guards man the centre per shift, covering strategic points from the loading bay to the four entrances. “We also have CCTV cameras which we are in the process of upgrading,” she says. V Phone the Manenberg police Sector 1 vehicle on 0 082 411 3149 or the centre manager’s office on 0 (021) 691 2963 to report criminal activity at the centre.
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
For the legal love of weed TAMMY PETERSEN
convinced the world was out to get him. He dropped out of school the next year and walked around in a semiHUNDREDS of people from across the conscious state, staring at the world city are expected to take to the streets through dead, bloodshot eyes.” next week to promote “solidarity” One night he didn’t come home. among dagga users. “He was gone for two months,” MerOrganised by the National Organicia says. “Then one day, out of the sation for the Reform of Matekwane blue, he was back. But the boy who reLaws in South Africa, NORMLZA and turned wasn’t my Shaun. He was a Iqela Lentsango: The Dagga Party of half-crazy, drug-addicted monster.” South Africa, the Cape Town Global At 18, her once talkative, intelligent Cannabis March on Saturday 4 May son had turned into an unstable, agwill be attended by those who support gressive thief. the legalisation of the plant as an “I watched the life in him die. I “economic resource for public beneprayed for him, no matter how many fit”. times he stole from my house, atJeremy Acton, the leader of the tacked me or ran away. But the day Dagga Party which is registered for he died all I felt was relief.” the 2014 national elections, says parMercia believes dagga served as a ticipants will be celebrating their digateway drug for her child’s battle versity, unity and mutual respect for with addiction. “It starts small, but eseach other and the herb. calates into an uncontrollable itch The party’s newsletter, The Dagwhich needs something stronger to be gablad, says dagga was one of the scratched. Whenever I get a whiff of many traditional smokes used by Afthat sickening substance, I wonder if ricans before the advent of the Dutch the person puffing that joint knows he and British empires. It was also a source of fibres and the ONE LOVE: LOVE: People came out in their numbers at last year’s is slowly destroying his life.” Dr Ellapen Rapiti, a general practiseeds were a valuable source of hu- Cape Town Global Cannabis March. Even more feet are expectman nutrition. ed to take to the streets next week. PHOTO: BELOWTHELION.CO.ZA tioner and drug counsellor, says contrary to popular arguments of dagga Dagga was first outlawed in South mise any harms and its control by a ‘dagga being a natural substance and not harmful Africa in 1911. to the user, research has proven the drug “If one views the police’s dagga prosecu- elite’”. “The benefits go far beyond merely allow- has a negative impact on the body, specifition statistics, it is clear that dagga use is a very common practice and should be re- ing adults freedom of choice to smoke or in- cally the brain. “It has been found to slow garded as a legitimate historical cultural gest weed, which is medically beneficial to down reflexes and response time, it increases the heart rate and puts users at greater practice among citizens which should be re- all users of the plant,” he says. “Legalisation would allow all poor citi- risk of lung disease,” he explains. spected by narcotics laws and by the Bill of “Mentally, it affects the IQ and concentraRights of our Constitution,” the newsletter zens to become producers of resources and tion levels of adolescents, leads to psychosis poverty will thus be greatly alleviated.” reads. States in the US where medical marijuana and makes people with a family history of “Dagga law enforcement costs South Africa millions of rands to imprison otherwise has been legalised have also seen reductions mental illness more susceptible to schizolaw-abiding and economically active peo- in traffic accidents, road fatalities, drunk phrenia.” He is adamant the negative side-effects ple. The legalisation of dagga would allow driving arrests, violent and domestic the police to have their workload lightened, crimes, hard drug use and the suicide rate outweigh the good, relaxing euphoria smokers get after a joint. He agrees that dagga is allowing them to deal with real crimes that in young men, he adds. But not all are in favour of dagga being a gateway drug, basing this on research he have real victims, such as theft, murder, ashas done in poorer areas where 99% of drug legalised. sault and fraud.” Mercia Samuelson cannot stomach the addicts admitted to first using dagga. Acton says it is important that legislation “Despite this, I do feel it should be decrimlegalises dagga and that this is “carefully sweet smell of dagga smoke, describing it as inalised,” Rapiti says. “It is a phenomenon crafted to maximise the benefits and mini- “a poison crippling the youth”. She blames dagga for starting the down- which clearly cannot be policed. These reward spiral of her only son’s obsession with sources, of which there already is a shortage, should rather be used to fight serious chasing “temporary highs”. Shaun died of a heroin overdose four crimes in our communities.” A more effective use of money spent on years ago shortly before his 21st birthday. “He started smoking dagga with his policing is education. “Let people know friends when he was 16,” she recalls. “De- what they are doing so they can make an inspite my nagging, he didn’t consider his formed choice. Promote information to the habit serious because everyone was doing ill effects of this substance so that it can lead to its eradication from our society.” it.” Over time, she noticed gradual changes in V Protesters will meet at the corner of Keizersgracht his personality. “Shaun went from being a and Chapel streets, Cape Town at 10:00 on Saturday pleasant, clever child to a paranoid person 4 May for a “Festive Walk” through the CBD.
HAVE YOUR SAY! URBAN DESIGN POLICY The cumulative effect of thousands of individual development actions may have an impact on the public domain and change the way the city is structured over time. The City of Cape Town has formulated a draft Urban Design Policy to help guide how development is conceived. The aim of the draft policy is to ensure that we continue to build a city that is economically prosperous, environmentally sustainable and a place where people choose to live, work and invest. The City of Cape Town invites you to comment on the draft Urban Design Policy. The policy will be available from 1 to 31 May 2013 at www.planning.capetown.gov.za (click on the “have your say” tab) and at all subcouncil offices, libraries and district planning offices. Written comments (for the attention of Cedric Daniels) can be submitted in the following ways: • • •
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
BUS STRIKE: COMMUTERS’ STRUGGLE
Taxi drivers cashing in TAMMY PETERSEN IT IS day five of the bus industry strike and commuters are bearing the brunt as they have to look for alternative ways of travelling. The strike, which began on Friday, was called after unions and bus companies could not reach an agreement during the bargaining stage of wage increase negotiations. In Lansdowne and Hanover Park, taxis were loaded to – and over – capacity as desperate commuters used one of very few alternatives available. At 9:30, Gadija Adams from Hanover Park says she was still waiting for a taxi to get to her workplace in Salt River. “I work in a factory so I have to clock in because I get paid per hour,” the 35-year-old says, exasperated. “I decided to rather go back home because my taxi fare would have worked out more to what I would have earned in the remaining hours had I only rocked up at midday.” Sandra Erasmus, a Lansdowne pensioner who visits her daughter in Surrey Estate every Friday, says she hated every minute of her uncomfortable commute. “These taxi drivers show little respect for the people they are transporting,” she says. “I’m 65 and was chased to the back of the taxi to make space for more passengers. I’m sure there were about half a dozen extra people loaded over the legal loading amount.” John Marais from Manenberg has opted to fill his tank and take his own car to work. “I knew this strike was going to cause a disaster. There was no way on God’s green earth that I was going to have myself poked and prodded while pushing to
get into a death trap.” Ilhaam Pandy, a student from Primrose Park, missed three important lectures on Friday as she was unwilling to get into a taxi “hanging so low the exhaust almost scraped the road”. “I usually catch a bus because it’s too expensive to travel to Cape Town by car. But my engine packed up last week and I was stranded,” she says. But taxi drivers are smiling from ear to ear as desperate commuters rush to use their mode of transport. By midday on Friday, Nkosi Gqabo had already made his daily target. “Things are going really well for us,” he said as his assistant shooed in another passenger. “Usually there is a lull in the amount of commuters we drive at midday but now that the buses aren’t running, we are filling up at quite a rate. I can get used to this,” he laughs. The quick-thinking driver has also been driving to various bus stops which are not part of his route in order to fill his pockets. “I don’t see why we as drivers should not take advantage of this situation. The passengers need transport, and we need the money. It’s a win-win situation.” Companies have offered a 6,5% wage increase to the protesters, but unions are demanding 18%, with a minimum salary of R8 000 per month across employee categories, a housing allowance of R1 800 per month, 90 days sick leave and additional contributions to medical aid and retirement funding. Golden Arrow Bus Services employees are participating in the strike, which means all bus services have been suspended until an agreement is reached.
CEASED: Two general workers, not part of the industrial strike action, peep through the windows of stationary bus at the Philippi Golden Arrow bus depot on Friday morning. PHOTO: JACO MARAIS/PHOTO24 The nationwide strike sees members of the SA Transport and Allied Workers’ Union and the Transport and Omnibus Workers Union participating in the industrial strike action. Brett Herron, the Mayoral Committee member for Transport, Roads and Stormwater, says a traffic management plan has been implemented to manage the flow of traffic on main routes. “The strike does not seem to have caused a significant increase in traffic volumes across the City,” he says. The Cape Chamber of Commerce indicated that it was mindful of the transport challenges that may be experienced by employees and encouraged businesses to be lenient and permit employees to work flexible hours. This allowed the peak travelling hours to be flattened and minimised the disruption, Herron adds.
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When Truth arises then Falsehood by its very nature shall perish The Islamic Unity Convention invites its constituent members to a special general meeting. On the agenda: - feedback on the Radio 786 Licence Application - progress report of the SAJBoD hearing - Other developments relating to the IUC and Radio 786.
Date: Sunday, April 28th 2013 Time: 10 a.m. Venue: Samaj Centre, Gatesville Inquiries: IUC PRO, Magboeba Davids 021 393 3869 / 083 746 4040
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Make dreams come true FOR many it will be their first train trip; for others, their first time at the beach. A group of orphans from across Cape Town will be heading off on a train for a day trip to the coast. NGO Paradise 4 Kids regularly organises outings for orphaned children. Volunteers for the organisation have decided to treat a group of 350 children to a day out at a white sandy beach along the False Bay coast. Children from Hanover Park, Manenberg, Lentegeur and Khayelitsha will be treated to a day of fun and games at no expense. The organisation’s Nazeema Abrahams says children in orphanages are often socially disadvantaged.
“These little ones do not get to go out often. Most of them have never been on a train or visited the beach,” she says. Metrorail has offered the organisation a reduced ticket price. Jive is sponsoring cooldrinks for the children and Polar Ice Cream has also come on board as a sponsor. However, there are still costs which need to be covered. R35 covers the expenses for one child. If anyone is interested in sponsoring a child, providing the children with entertainment or donating party packs, call Abrahams on 0 078 914 7700 or email email@example.com. Alternatively visit the organisation’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/paradise4kids.
HOUSING: CHEAPER OPTIONS EXPLORED
A nation built with affordable homes GARY VAN DYK AFFORDABLE housing in middle income groups is making positive changes in communities. The findings of an independent study show how new affordable housing developments, especially in Cape Town, are changing the social fabric of the country. The research, commissioned by International Housing Solutions, was conducted by UCT professor and property economist Francois Viruly. International Housing Solutions is a private equity funder of affordable housing and has already invested in more than R8.4bn worth of developments throughout the country. Speaking at one of the company’s projects, Viruly points out this was the second consecutive year that the study had been undertaken. “It shows interesting year-on-year trends on the impact of affordable housing on communities and includes factors such as job creation, employment and access to transport,” he says. “In-depth interviews were conducted in households in more than 20 developments that were done by the company and conclusions suggest that tenants and owners continue to experience significant benefits from this type of housing compared to available alternatives in the general housing market.” Viruly adds: “The affordable housing sector is still a relatively unknown entity among South Africans, with focus having fallen almost exclusively on RDP housing in the past.” In most provinces there is a severe shortage of housing for younger profes-
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sionals or people starting to work, and this type of project is an example from a sector which is changing the way the country approaches the housing question, he says. The study also shows the popularity of this type of housing is growing because it offers tenants a pleasant area in which to live with safety and security being a priority. Other factors which play a big part include proximity to public transport and workplaces, as well as hospitals, police stations and schools. Viruly’s research also shows the many positive effects when it comes to the welfare of the respondents in his research. “Many felt that living in such an environment motivated them to help improve their neighbourhoods,” he says. “In this respect they feel safe and have a sense of belonging while getting value for their money. This then also improved their leisure time and social life with access to recreational facilities and a better quality of life for their children. “The building of these projects also played a part in job creation for surrounding communities during building and with maintenance.” The presentation of the results was held in Belhar at Aurora Village, an example of an International Housing Solutions-funded affordable housing project and proof of the changing face of lower middle income suburbs and a possible blueprint for future affordable housing.
Mountview. The Mountview Neighbourhood Watch wishes to clarify that Dove Road, in which shots were fired at a delivery man last month, technically falls under Rylands Extension, despite being part of the Lansdowne policing precinct.
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
HANOVER PARK: BETTER ARV PROGRAMME
Health wealth LUZUKO ZINI
THE PROVINCIAL health department is stepping up its fight against HIV/Aids. The department launched the Rapid Anti-Retroviral Initiation Programme at the Hanover Park Community Health Centre on Wednesday. The programme was implemented at the Hanover Park Maternity Obstetric Unit two years ago with the help of the Desmond Tutu HIV Foundation. The programme is for pregnant women who are eligible but not yet receiving ARVs. A year after its inception, GOOD HEALTH: Health department officials celebrate with staff the foundation’s team with- members of the community health centre. PHOTO: LUZUKO ZINI drew from the programme, but a doctor, two nurses and a counsellor out the dedication from the staff of the Community Health Centre,” he says. continued with the work. “The programme will go a long way in us The team continues to use the programme for pregnant women with great success in achieving a HIV-free generation.” Sithembiso Magubane, the department’s reducing mother to child HIV transmission rates and retaining women in care after de- principal communications officer for district health services and programmes, says livery. Provincial health minister Theuns Botha the programme ensures that pregnant womsays State facilities should be leading in en get the best treatment available. “Safety blood tests [such as blood pres“quality health care.” “We need to give excellent services at all sure] as well as intensive HIV tests, prevention of mother to child transmission and times to all our patients,” he says. Sheila McCloen, the facility manager at treatment counselling takes place concurthe Hanover Park Community Health Cen- rently with treatment initiation,” he says. “Hanover Park Community Health Centre, says the programme also decreases the tre is a 24-hour facility serving the immedichances of mother to child transmission. “This programme allows us to limit the ate community of Hanover Park, Newfields the adjacent communities of risks of children being born with the virus and and ensure the mothers live long, healthy Lansdowne, Philippi and Manenberg. The MOU services predominantly these commulives,” she says. Botha says the launch of the programme nities and in addition, the broader Heideveld, Silvertown, Hazendal, Honeyside and marks the beginning of a new era. “The programme would be nothing with- Belgravia area.”
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
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FUN TIME: Yasmien Francis, Gabieda Wilson, Liesel Davids, Charmaine Hercules and Rachmat Davids are top of their class.
THE Hanover Park public swimming pool was the place to be last Saturday. Residents who are part of the seasonal swimming programme showed off what they have learnt in their weekly sessions. The programme runs from November until March and unemployed women and pensioners receive free lessons from lifeguard, Christo Abrahams.
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A question of faith
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ENRICH yourself with knowledge and understanding. The International Peace College of South Africa will be addressing contentious issues by exploring the mainstream Sunni view. This forms part of its community enrichment programme. All talks are held on Wednesdays after Esha, except for Tuesday 7 May. On Wednesday 24 April, Sheikh Ebrahiem Moos will unpack whether Allah has a body or bodyparts. This discussion will be held at the Yusufeyyah Mosque in Wynberg. Sheikh Fakhruddin Owaisi will host the third discussion on Wednesday 1 May at Masjidul Quds in Gatesville. The topic up for discussion is preserving the graves of great men. On Tuesday 7 May, discussion will revolve around reciting for the dead and will be presented by Sheikh Ismail Londt at the Boorhaanool Mosque in Longmarket Street, BoKaap. Extending greetings to different faiths on their religious or secular occasions will be discussed on Wednesday 15 May at Masjidu Salaam in St Athens Road, Athlone. Sheikh Ighsaan Taliep will present this discussion. The final programme of the series will be hosted by Moulana Ihsaan Hendricks at Masjidu Rawbi in Portlands. The discussion will focus on citizenship for South African Muslims and Muslim minorities in a secular state. For more information call the International Peace College of South Africa on 0 (021) 638 1121 or 0 (021) 638 7933, or email 2 firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively visit www.ipsaedu.org.
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
PENSION: MAN SENT FROM PILLAR TO POST
Senior’s battle to get his cash TASMIN CUPIDO
HE USES his shoulder to hold the telephone and patiently waits for someone to answer. Sitting on a small chair in the foyer of his home, Alf Alfreds closes his eyes and listens to the standard call centre music as he attempts to get answers from the South African Social Services Agency (Sassa) Call Centre. His pension has not been paid into his bank account. But this attempt to find answers is not his first. He has been investigating the reason for his unpaid pension for April since he reregistered with Sassa, but has been sent from pillar to post. Alfreds (75) was one of millions of South Africans who re-registered with Sassa to ensure they receive their pension or social grant. But the new system and process, which was introduced as a mechanism against fraud and corruption, has been “frustrating and demoralising” for the elderly man. “I had no problem with having to register as I was happy they were doing something to fight the fraud and corruption,” he says. “The registering process was quick and easy. I went to the Sassa office last month and registered. My pension was previously paid into my bank account and that worked perfectly. I decided to go with that again.” Alfreds says he was told the money would be paid into his account within 48 hours, but he realised the Easter weekend coincided with this and calculated that he would receive his pension on Wednesday 3 April. But he was disappointed when this was not the case. Since then he visited the Wynberg Sassa office, as well as his bank on several occasions, and has also phoned the Sassa Call Centre’s toll-free number in the hope of assistance.
“But no-one can tell me when my pension will be transferred. I have debit orders which need to be paid and I have to live. Luckily my children have been helping me, but I want my money,” Alfreds says. During People’s Post’s visit to his home, Alfreds contacted the call centre at 11:20. The call was only attended to at 12:25. After giving the operator his reference number, he was transferred to another department and another long wait ensued. At 12:40, an operator informed him that the money had been transferred on Wednesday 10 April, but later retracted this date, saying it had been transferred on Friday 12 April. He could not explain why the money did not reflect in Alfreds’ account and said the matter would be investigated. He then requested to speak to the operator’s supervisor and another wait ensued, whereafter Alfreds threw in the towel. Sassa regional spokesperson Shivani Wahab confirms Alfreds completed the re-registration process. “Based on the feedback supplied, he is experiencing challenges with contacting the Cash Paymaster Services call centre to have his social grant transferred to a payment option that is most convenient to him,” she says. “When beneficiaries are issued with a Sassa master card, the card will be active immediately, but the social grant amount will either be transferred onto the card or the beneficiary’s bank account, depending on when the re-registration process was completed due to cut-off dates on our systems. We would, therefore, advise bank beneficiaries to verify if the funds were transferred to their banking accounts or whether the funds have been transferred to their Sassa card.” Beneficiaries can contact 12 different cellphone numbers to verify whether the funds have been transferred to the bank account or the Sassa card. Wahab adds that beneficiaries should phone the numbers before the first day of every month. V View the contact details on www.peoplespost.co.za.
Go back in time THE Roman Catholic Church Holy Family of Nazareth will host a back-to-school
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
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Rocking in the name of the Lord Lord A CONTEMPORARY gospel album birthed from a spiritual journey was recently launched. The Rock, a ministry and local church, launched their latest CD at Encounters, a city-wide worship event for youth and young adults which happens every quarter. Songs included on the album have been inspired by the preaching and ministry of the Apostle and leader of The Rock, Craig
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Duty calls calls SOUTH AFRICAN soldiers, deployed in the Central African Republic as part of an SA National Defence Union peace agreement, sustained heavy losses when 13 members were killed. People’s Post’s Nadine Moodie polled readers on whether SA should send its troops on peacekeeping missions or if they should assist in fighting crime at home.
FORBES RIUSW RIUSWA: A: He says crime in South Africa is too high and the soldiers’ responsibility should be to this country. “Our soldiers should be combating crime in South Africa.”
DOAN DOAN BRINK: He comes from a military family and understands its dynamics. “It’s absurd that our soldiers have to go and defend other nations. That’s the United Nations’ job.”
MELISSA HA HAYNS: YNS: She believes our national crime situation needs attention. “Our soldiers should be deployed to protect citizens at home before going out to help other countries.”
WELLINGTON DONGO: He knows it is a requireWELLINGTON ment for soldiers to be deployed to other countries. “But they need to serve and solve the problems in South Africa first.”
PATRICK ABNER: Crime in South Africa is at its worst, he says. “South Africa has its own crime. There’s no need for our soldiers to be fighting in other countries.”
JEANNIE PRETORIU JEANNIE PRETORIUS: S: She doesn’t understand why the defence force deploys the military to other parts of the world. “They need to assist with the high levels of crime in our country.”
CARLO K KOOPMAN: OOPMAN: He doesn’t agree that the defence force should assist other nations with their internal wars. “I just don’t like the idea of our soldiers being there. It doesn’t make sense.”
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
THERE may be a whole lot of love, but no marriage for South Africans who have fallen in love with foreigners. If a South African-foreign couple are planning wedded bliss, they had better know their partner well. In an attempt to curb fraud, the Department of Home Affairs has reportedly introduced new rules for foreign couples wanting to wed in SA. Lunga Ngqengelele, the spokesperson for Home Affairs Minister Naledi Pandor, says in the five years leading up to January 2012 there have been 8 883 fraudulent marriages or marriages of convenience. Home Affairs will be introducing a system in which couples will be interviewed by immigration officers. They will want to know how long the foreigner has been in the country and if they have a valid permit. These requirements have, to date, not prevented a couple from getting married, Ngqengelele said. The new rules would not apply in cases where both are foreigners. Foreigners wishing to marry in SA would have to have valid passports and a permit. In turn, the couple would be issued an abridged marriage certificate, with which they would register their marriage in their country of origin, says Home Affairs. Marriage officers and wedding coordinators have reportedly been up in arms as, they say, many foreigners were not prepared to tie the knot here any longer. However, in a country that may be considered a mecca for refugees, asylum seekers and immigrant foreign nationals, many may say the action by Home Affairs is long overdue. Many South African women have discovered they are “married” to foreigners they’ve never even met. These women have had to endure the legal roller coaster that comes with having to undo the legal wrangle as a result of these illegal unions. This plan by Home Affairs to throw a spanner in the works of deviants who see South Africa as a land of opportunity and misappropriation should be put into action with haste.
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Corruption taints new SA Your SMSes AFTER 1994 – due to our peaceful road to democracy and (thanks to many) iconic citizens – South Africa was regarded a model state to the rest of the world. Our unique constitution was a much-desired and sought after scroll on rights of citizens. We must accept that change in policy and attitude was not a smooth ride, but as the Rainbow Nation there is hope for a better future for us. What a beautiful democratic road we started to travel, with a few potholes along the way, but we showed our faith and expected dreams at the voting polls. We, the travellers on that road, have found that the small potholes we accepted years ago have become dongas in 2013. We are plagued by the never-ending corruption pot of gold for a privileged few, at an ever dimming rainbow. Unemployment lines are getting longer, poverty is increasing, service delivery plans are (failing), mismanagement and missing funds are a plague, and dreams of diplomas and certificates are cast into the wind, as we see some pupils still receiving schooling in hovels and under trees. Our police have to deal with all forms of
crime and criminals and are criticised, but have we noted how thin that blue line is? Due to the crime scourge the thin blue line has to be doubled or even tripled. Our defence force has to realise their job description also puts them in life-threatening situations and their port of call is where our government deploys them. I believe we, as citizens, want to see them deployed on home soil to protect us from terrorists. It’s sad to hear the state of affairs of our Navy, and the sea fisheries cannot even patrol or prevent poaching on our coastlines. The food of the sea is part of our food security and our heritage investment for many generations. If things go on like this and brakes are not applied, we are on a peel sliding down into a banana republic – or rather, a mielie state. The only people, it seems, who are sitting in the trees being fanned by its leaves and eating the bananas are those we have placed in authority. To get back on the right road, those in authority have to go back to their roots of all our dreams of a free democratic South Africa, where all for one is one for all. Keith Blake
Neighbours have right to complain IN RESPONSE to the letter “Barking dogs offer the best warning” (People’s Post, 16 April), I think Dog Lover is in denial. The statement which is the title of her letter is not entirely true. No one will take notice of a dog incessantly barking at an intruder as they become accustomed to the barking at “nothing”. It is the same as a person whose house alarm always goes off. It leads to a “cry wolf” situation. I, too, am a dog lover and have a dog, and I think the new dog bylaws are great. Dog Lover launches into a tirade about how dogs are unfairly discriminated against. A dog barking for more than six minutes in an hour is (considered) noise pollution, as is screaming children and loud music – as Dog Lover highlights – and that is why it is against the law. Laws aren’t just made up because people making them are bored.
The general consensus among dog behaviourists and vets is that dogs bark incessantly because they are bored or scared. Therefore, the logical conclusion is that the onus is on the dog owners and maybe Dog Lover should ask herself why her dogs are barking. It seems that Dog Lover has an issue with the neighbour for anonymously reporting the barking. I do not blame the neighbour. In the past I have found that, whenever I have approached someone about their dogs barking, I have been met with hostility and the problem never gets resolved. Now I do not engage. The most objective way is to report the matter to Law Enforcement, who will give you a reference number. Dog Lover, take responsibility for your dog barking and stop being a victim! Bruce Johnson
Sadtu work-to-rule . We have a right to voice our dissatisfaction, otherwise we would be lying to the children we teach. If something is not right, people must know. No one has to be disadvantaged by the system for the good of our country. Educator . I think, just like other workers, teachers have a right to strike. If government pays teachers a salary they deserve, there will be no need to strike. Teaching is hard work, even if it looks easy! Sa-eeda Hendricks
Bluebells FC suspension . The guys at CDLFA are a lot of puppets. Mr Cloete is a guy for soccer. Shame, what about the kids? . What is this about CDLFA, Safa and Fifa? Let the Bluebells kids play, Ivan Williams. Mr Cloete, you love these kids and we know you are a kind person. Take your big club and join SPLFA. You (are) such a good guy to have around soccer. . I think the Bluebells chairperson is a big baby, always complaining when things don’t go his way. This isn’t the only thing he has complained about. He wants to be in charge of everything. Give others a chance too! . I know Bluebells FC and played for them for a number of years. In my opinion the administrators of the club are selfish and trying to push their own agenda. As a result the players must suffer. It’s not about tenders and all this nonsense, (but) about football and keeping the youngsters occupied and fit. The Voice . Bluebells FC are only concerned about money issues, the café and the Mardi Gras. They have no concern about soccer and didn’t win a single trophy at Cape District LFA awards last year. General . It is shocking and sad that teens would deliberately harm their unborn babies just to get the pittance that grant money pays. I can’t believe any woman can be so stupid and inconsiderate, even in today’s age! TVA . News can be done in half an hour. All this small talk just to give us less TV time. Another show has been taken away for news. Whose idea is this and what are they smoking? Over and over the same story! Give us decent shows! Definitely not worth paying for a TV Licence. VGA
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
HYUNDAI: SPORTY VELOSTER IN SA
Appealing qualities of new Veloster
IRST seen at the 2011 Johannesburg International Motor Show, Hyundai’s Veloster made quite an impression with its striking design and I was excited for the model to make its local debut. The Veloster arrived in SA and is a refreshing offering in the local hatchback market, despite its late arrival this year. The Veloster comes in two Executive petrol derivatives; both with a 1.6 four-cylinder GDI engine under the bonnet in either a sixspeed manual or Hyundai’s first EcoShift dual-clutch auto. Both versions produce 103kW at 6 300rpm and 176Nm at 4 850rpm. The model has a claimed fuel consumption of 7.9 litres/100km and CO² emissions of 163g/km and 161g/km on the manual and auto respectively. Hyundai SA says its styling is inspired by “light ray carvings” and makes it assertive and radically different compared to its siblings. It has bold, coupe lines and looks that will certainly appeal to the younger crowd, with a bum that could put Jennifer Lopez to shame – depending on whether you like dimples on the rear. The rear sports a functional spoiler that reduces drag and improves stability. Dimensions are 1.39m high with a wheelbase of 2.65m. The Veloster also has four doors – including the boot. Don’t be confused by the rear only having one passenger door. The “2+1” concept is supposed to make for safer driving with the hinged-passenger door being on the left-hand side for passengers to enter out of harm’s way on the right – should you be parked on the side of the road for some reason. The styling, though, may take some time to get used to. The rear light clusters look as if it’s been carved out of the body and the rest of the gap still needs to be filled... I am fussy like that when it comes to styling – I like clean and simple designs.
SPORTY: The nifty Hyundai Veloster.
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the engine to the front wheels. Though the ecoshift auto is much better than the CVT found in other Hyundai models, it still lets the car down. At least the gearbox is hampered by searching for the right gear, because of the dual-clutch always ready to be in the correct one. While it wasn’t erratic, gears seemed to hang at times, but then you could just shift it yourself in the “sport” mode. Yes, it’s sporty and makes more power than most of its direct rivals, but driving was not as spirited as much as I anticipated – hopefully the turbo model gets here soon. Perhaps my expectations were too high and I’m being harsh since, despite power niggles, it’s a good car. Build quality is great, in terms of design it’s a stunner and you get your money’s worth in the standard kit. Hyundai said the Veloster’s interior was inspired by that of a motorbike. The interior is contemporary with “floating” door han-
So how does it drive? It is fun and the steering is super light – perhaps too much for some – but performance did leave me disappointed. It might be a feisty little number, but for a 1.6 it wasn’t very confident when performing rapid acceleration when overtaking. It should be severely calculated, especially in auto guise. Driving is smooth and when putting the car through its paces, it isn’t completely useless and you don’t feel like you need to hang on to dear life and pray you don’t make it through some of Cape Town’s best mountain passes – especially in the manual model. It just lacks a bit of oomph. As for the dual-clutch, Hyundai has developed this tech in-house and it has two shafts – one with first, third and fifth gear, and the other with second, fourth and sixth gear. Hyundai said the clutches alternate to engage the relevant shaft for feeding the power from
dles and a digital instrument cluster with massive dials reminiscent of a motorcycle. The facia is uncluttered and generates a feeling of spaciousness and intuitive design. There are very sporty leather seats which compliments the car’s cheeky attitude and standard 18” alloys – nice, but expensive when tyres need to be replaced. Boot space is rated at 440F. The Veloster takes on the likes of the Audi A3, VW Scirocco (1.4 TFSI), Mini Cooper and BMW 1 Series. A tough crowd, perhaps, but the Hyundai does come packed with features. It has rear park assist, a multi-function steering wheel, cruise control, Bluetooth and a really cool multimedia screen. The park sensors stand out a tad much on the brighter coloured vehicles; eight colours to choose from, though they should’ve been colour-coded to the body. The seven-inch touch-screen in the centre console allows you to change colours, set wallpaper images and scroll through audio. It also includes a little game of sorts called Blue Max, which rates how efficiently you drive... it’s rather addictive and you’ll end up saving fuel. There’s also a sound system in the car begging any audio enthusiast to pimp this car out even more. It has four speakers, two tweeters, a centre speaker and a subwoofer. There’s also an external amplifier. It’s packed to the brim with standard safety goodies like six airbags, ABS, EBD; electronic stability programme (ESP) and vehicle stability management (VSM). Will it do well? Probably, since it’s something different and does offer the goods to go with its price, but it’s going to have to prove its worth considering the competition. Hyundai SA hope to sell 100-150 units a month. As with all Hyundais, the Veloster comes with a five-year or 150 000km warranty and roadside assist, along with a five-year or 90 000km service plan – with intervals at 15 000km. – Wheels24
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
SUBARU: GOES GREEN
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UJI Heavy Industries Ltd (FHI), the maker of Subaru automobiles, has unveiled a Japanese specification prototype of its first hybrid model, the XV Hybrid, at the technical presentation event held in Japan last Thursday. Making its debut at the 2013 New York International Auto Show in March, Subaru’s first hybrid vehicle offers the brand’s distinctive driving experience and the company’s unique Symmetrical all-wheel-
Web tool gives real fuel consumption WHEELS24 MORE than a million people have used the What Car? True MPG (miles per gallon) web tool since it was launched a year ago – and some eyes have been opened. Editor-in-chief of the UK automotive magazine, Chas Hallett, said: “We launched What Car? True MPG in April 2012 as a direct answer to the countless readers who had contacted us to say how disappointed they were with their car’s fuel economy figure. Expecting high fuel efficiency and getting the opposite can double a household’s fuel expense. What Car? True MPG is a solution to this problem – the online tool gives Britain’s car buyers the most realistic fuel efficiency information possible – and it’s free.” The web tool testing programme revealed that 95.5% of cars do not match the fuel consumption figures produced in the laboratory-based British government tests. The average miles per gallon (litres/100km) shortfall across all cars tested was 17%. Surprisingly, the car segments with the largest difference between government data and real F/100km were city cars and su-
perminis; SUV’s showed the least disparity. Hallett added: “It is vitally important for people to buy the right car for their lifestyle. For example, there is a general misconception that smaller cars automatically give better fuel economy. That’s not the case: if you use a small-engined car for long motorway runs every day, it will not be that economical. A larger-engined car would be much better suited.” The tests also revealed that a number of cars do deliver on stated fuel consumption that some models even bettered published data. The top three cars that exceeded the official published government average consumption are Mazda 3 2.3 MPS (+9.7%), Nissan 370Z 3.7 V6 (+6.8%) and Volvo S60 3.0 T6 AWD 304 auto (+4.6%). The web tool tests cars on real roads in the conditions that every motorist faces each day. It tested more than 500 new cars and data from those tests is being used by the web tool to produce personalised, realistic fuel consumption data. Until now, the only information available was the automakers’ own figures which are conducted in laboratory conditions on rolling roads.
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DR SHARIF EXPERT .Unfinished work .Bring back lost lover .Life problems .Sexual problems .Magic wallet or stick Grassy Park (071 918 0760 GIFTED WOMAN SPIRITUAL HEALER
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* All women problems * Get cash in the bank * Financial difficulties
POWERFUL HERBALIST Same day results Pay after work is done *Sexual problems * Bring back lost lover on remote control * Stop him/her from cheating on you (love portion) * Take away bad luck & give good luck * Tried to get pregnant but failed * Failed to find a job/lover? * Funny disesses & drugs problems Call Dr Sai & Mama Fatimah 072 130 8825 Promenade, M/plain.
Professional Healer Dr Rashid •Life problems •Sexual problems •Lucky charms for money •Bring back lost lovers Grassy Park (073 523 9720
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SUCCESS! FINANCIAL FIX EXPERT Dr MADINA & Dr RASHID In Goodwood for strong Dua's and effective Rubaan * Bring back lost lover * Pregnancy problems * Worried about court cases * Win Lotto & Casino *Quick Selling /Buying of Property using Spiritual Powers. * Luck from Forefathers * Clean houses from evil spirits * Home Protection * Financial Problems "borrow" Magic Stick and "Amagundwane" for 24 hours to get rich * Unfinished work by other doctors free * Palm reading also done here. PENSIONERS: FREE TREATMENT PAY ONLY WHEN JOB IS DONE! 245 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood Between Auto Zone and Tokyo Drift Auto's Ph 076 898 3688 / 073 017 1068
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078 881 6938 YOUR LIFE MY CONCERN Long term body pain, tokolosho, devil dreams in children and adults. Divorced families, lost lovers, dull students or luck for lotto. Were you cursed by friends, neighbours or wife? Abdul Kariem is the way to overcome all problems 072 243 9136 021 705 5623 5th avenue , Grassy park Opposite Nandos, Cash Crusaders building , upstairs room 4
Queen Apiah •Financial problems •Lost lover •Bad luck •Sexual problems Lotto/Casino •Unfinished problems Dep R50. Pay after success Athlone 071 766 5409 SHEIK ABDUL THE REAL HEALER Suffering is just a passage don•t give up . All problems that you think are big will be solved . Visit my office in Grassy Park 071 951 4269 for house visits and appointments
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Personal A powerful herbal doctor Tell: 021694 6755 DETECTIVE Matrimonial Matters. 021 694 6755
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
074 990 0301
HABITS DRIVING/ K53 SPECIAL: 12 LESSONS - R1 100 7 LESSONS - R750 Call 076 649 1956 or 021-393 5063 a/h
* Win court cases, lotto * Financial problems * Relationship problems * Boosting business * Specialised in unfinished jobs of other doctors.
SMS your problem or call 073 240 4940
BASIC THEORY AND PRACTICAL HAIRDRESSING
Course offered. 6 Weeks. Starts 6 May 2013. Ph 021 797 7323, 078 0911 689
BSI DRIVING ACADEMY K53 driving lessons Competitive Rates Packages available Call Sharon / Bernie on 021 638 3649 or 074 133 0069 or 021 824 8741 www.bsidriving.c o.za TORQUE DRIVING ACADEMY FREE car hire with every 10hrs package!! (t&c apply).Manual & Auto All areas with free pick up and drop off Hassan 082 992 2827 / 021827 1300
Individual tutoring. Ensure success. All hours. Contact 074 142 3392
SUMO DRIVING SCHOOL Do you want to drive? Professional K53 driving lessons. Manual & Automatic Packages & Refresher courses available. All areas. (Mamoo 082 665 9499/ 021691 7626 a/h 28
Creches EDUCARE from 3 months to 5 and half years old. Transport avail. Mitchells Plain area only. ( 021 392 0633
Health and Beauty DRINK TEA AND SHRINK Lose 4 - 8 kg per month and still enjoy your favourite foods. Abeda ( 072 806 5399
ADELAH'S SAMOOSAS & PIES R65 per 50, Budget Pack R130. Fancies. We deliver Ph 021 376 2506 or 076 450 2910
ALPHA CATERERS Menus from R60 p/p. ( 021-703 6495 or 082 742 7098
DECKSTER'S CATERING DECOR / HIRING Menu's from R110,00. Includes: crockery, cutlery, white tableclothes, white chaircovers and organza backdrop, arch, red carpet. (Ielaahm or Rene 021-371 4507/082 324 9486 Package: * 5 lessons R550 * 10 lessons R1100 * R110 per hour (depending area) * 5 lessons plus car hire for drivers test R950 Car hire for drivers test Easy to drive Hyundai i10 power steering Highly Trained By ExTraffic Officer/Hillstar Examiner High Pass rate (We get the job done) Qualified,Patient, Reliable, Punctual K53 Code 8 DRIVING LESSONS
Children’s Entertainment AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. 072 344 6977 BJUMPING castles and gazebo's for hire.Cartoon characters .(082 878 1517 HIRE A CASTLE from R150. Kidies Chairs, tables & linen. Ph 696 3791/ 084 209 1313
ICE CUBES & blocks for sale. 100 Ruth Road, Rylands. ( 021 638 7394
NAZLIAS CATERING & HIRING;
For all your catering needs, also savouries in variety e.g pies/samoosas etc. Also hiring of crockery/cutlery/linen. Ph; 0216339585/ 0733058027. Email; email@example.com www.nazliascatering.co.za
CALL or Whatsapp 073 740 7722
Savoury packs to order. Tel: 021-706 2987
“BEWARE OF FLY BY NIGHT DRIVING SCHOOLS
PREPARATION OF CHICKEN Clean, spice and fry. Please call Nazley 084 258 1038
CARPORTS / VIBE WALLS + WALL NUTEC HOUSES / TOILET + ELECTRICITY MITCHELLS PLAIN 021 397 8388 / 078 536 2678 WYNBERG - 021 761 1289 / 074 732 2216 ATHLONE - 021 696 4183 / 072 144 4639 LANSDOWNE - 021 797 6569 / 079 553 3155
BUILDING MATERIAL/DIY/ CASH LOANS 078 185 1406 ALL HOURS 072 542 7217 021 797 6569
JUMP 4 JOY castle hire. ( Ricky on 073 268 7546
JUMPING CASTLE for hire. 021 393 8528, 083 890 4793
190's, 140's & 90's and cement . Ph 021 7055 886/ 021 392 8475
Wanted to Buy AA's BUYS good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021-374 6060 or 083 948 2804
JUMPING CASTLES & waterslide for hire. Ph 021 704 0859, 083 281 7930
KIDDIES PARTY HIRING 3D Cakes, Rides, Jumping Castles, Chairs, Tables, Decor and Party Buckets. Call Kim/Anthea 084 661 7590/8 kimmi firstname.lastname@example.org
Entertainment DJ With Sound and karaoke ( 083 747 3304
We specialize in: Nutec houses Vibracrete Houses Carports Bathrooms and Electric
FROM R40 /WK
FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES AVAILABLE
BUSSES & LATEST BMW'S FOR HIRE For all your special bus trips & weddings, matric balls & junior proms. (Evan on 084 585 6080 CATER SUPPLIES 021696 2394 or 084 588 0686 Plastic chairs R2. Round Table: 10 seater R10 Long Table: 10 seater R10. CHAIR COVERS FROM R3 Round table cloth XL R15 Long Table Cloth XL: R12 Organzas: From R2. We Deliver & Collect
Crockery, cutlery, glassware linen and backdrop,Jumping castles, kiddies chairs Ph
021 374 7104 / 0822278968
Also Nutec and Vib-houses
0861 33 3314 021 704 3636 021 391 6330
74 Electrical Appliances
All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021 3715362 Fridge Regassing on all types fridges. All jobs done at clients home. 072 363 1530 I BUY / SELL AND REPAIR ALL FRIDGES /FREEZERS & APPLIANCES DEAD OR ALIVE. 084 985 7425 / 021 836 6678
Photographic/ Video Services A DVD, FOTOS & VIDEO 082 738 1166/021 372 6950 PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021 692 0221, 084 562 0811 VIDEOS AND PHOTOS AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. Call Germaine 073 214 4496 or Brian 083 512 8917
Miscellaneous Wendy Houses SPECIALS 6 x 3m, R6 000 cash. 082 621 4441/ 021 393 5475
A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 6113 627. A BARGAIN BLOCK: 190, 140 & 90. Ph 021 692 1209 / 021 374 2053 / 083 384 7144 all hours. Free Delivery.
ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & DOORS
Supplied & fitted.
Garden Services FREE WATER. Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge. Improve your existing wellpoint. ( 021 637 5677 or 021 701 4522 / 072 825 9586 GARDENING We cut lawns, weed flowerbeds, plot clearing refuse removal, tree felling, irrigation. 7 days a week. Ph 073 492 3255 / 021-694 4707
84 A A+ CASH PRICE PAID for good used 2nd hand clothing, shoes, linen, etc. 021 761 3083 or 084 9733 899
Building Material 1 m SAND, STONE AND RUBBLE. Ph 079 776 8185
Years of experience in repairs and maintenance for all types of FORKLIFTS. Available 24/7. Ph 071 706 3996/02 1 706 2291 105
Home Improvement Interior
GARAGE DOORS & automation. 076 523 0306
AA paving, vibracrete walls, plaster, Raise-It, Spike-It. Ph 021 705 5372 / 072 425 5111 ALTERATIONS, brick, plas., skin., tiling, etc. Good Refs. 076 124 4713 ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021691 1936 or 084 921 5364
AFRI BLOCKS 190 &140's Sand & Stone Call 021 393 0661/ or 073 186 2991 (a.h.) BAKKIE/TRUCK Sand, Stone, Cement, V/slabs, Blocks and Rubble Removal 084 748 7122
R20 000 – R5 MILLION PAY YOUR DEBT
QUICKLY & CHEAPLY!!!
WE DO WHAT BANKS & DEBT COLLECTORS CANNOT DO!! NO PROPERTY NEEDED. BLACKLISTED WELCOME.
DMI: 021 906 8032 081 537 4973 www.dmicreditlaw.co.za OFFICE HOURS MON - FRI 08:30 - 16:00
terms & conditions apply
BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, tiling, carports, paving, laminated flooring. Contact Albert 073 545 6994 / VIBRACRETE AND EXTENSIONS Ph: 074 321 9215 / 021 820 4384
Money/Loans 5 MINUTES APPROVAL Blacklisted Welcome. R1 000 - R200 000 ( Sisanda 072 507 6885
FOR ALL YOUR DEBTS!!!
R 20 R 40 R100 R200
000 000 000 000
from from from from
Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send “please call me” 082 301 7856 Ph: 0860 105 546
ALL BRIDGE CREDIT
Bridging cash for PENSION/PACKAGE
AFFORDABLE LOANS Monthly earners only Up to R15 000 Call or sms: Larney 082 934 9614
500 900 500 800
pm pm pm pm
CASH LOANS AND CONSOLIDATIONS. BLACKLISTED WELCOME! SAME DAY PAYOUT CONTACT SHARLENE: 021 7060185 / 083 5061092
Lumpsum/Payout same day
021 949 3402/3 Call back 073 609 9307 078 8897 038
ARE U WAITING
on a Pension/ Provident/ Package / Lumpsum Payout? Cash same day. Sms/Call: Chantal 076 886 7655
ARE YOU IN DEBT?
DO NOT MAKE LOANS AND ADD TO YOUR PROBLEM!! Choose debt review with full protection guaranteed from blacklisting/ repossessions/ harrassing telephone calls. Have more money in your pocket for personal expenses. Call SCM DEBT CLEARANCE on (office) 021-788 4485 or 24/hrs: 078 221 0193
Awaiting Pension/ Prov. fund/ Property Payout Get Cash Today!! Ph/Sms/Pcm Latifah BOND PROBLEMS From arrears to auctions Water & Electricity Off? We can HELP, Financial & Legal Aid, No false Promises, Just Results Toll Free 0800 204 987 or 082 991 0729
BRIDGING CASH while waiting for:
A CASH LOAN UP TO R100 000 + Cell contracts. B/listed + Garnish + Govt employees welcome. Same day payout Call/Sms Anshaaf 083 649 5826
R R R1 R2
BLACKLISTED WELCOME CONTACT NOW Audrey : 079 395 4709 Shana : 073 775 2977 Charlotte : 072 828 9431 Erica : 074 626 4550 Peter : 021 836 6573 OFFICE : 021 917 1938
076 833 6676
A BRIDGING LOAN?
APPROVAL SAME DAY
Home Improvement Exterior
FREE TO AIR SATELLITE
Christian programmes, no monthly fee. Ruth 084 847 0362
Vibracrete Walls, Paving, Plastering, Carports. (021) 392 1433 / 083 539 5478
(073 272 6117
CASH 4 used clothes, linen,ect. I collect. ph / sms Lorraine on 076 118 5384
A 6 cubic meter sand, stone & rubble removal.(John at 072 407 4289 / 021-7612410
ACCREDITED MULTICHOICE REPAIRS ( DSTV)
Clothing/Shoes For Sale
5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE - Bakkie loads also 021 397 6413 or 082 709 6443
1A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R12,50 450 x 450 = R14,50 500 x 500 = R15,95 VIBRACRETE = R28,95 ( 076 382 6711
HOUSE OF HIRING Call us for your hiring needs plus kids party items. (021 3711 588/082 503 9026
L & F HIRING
BLOCKS, SAND, STONE, CEMENT R75 DEL. BEST PRICES
DECOR Backdrop poles & curtains. (021 396 2526/082 212 8949
Crockery, cutlery, glassware & linen@ 10c per item. Ph 021 371 7229 / 072 443 6695
Building and Construction
sms WENDY to 41911 and we’ll call you back. R1.50/sms
A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90
( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292
Catering ACHMAT & ASA 084 260 6168 / 076 668 7128 021-392 3446 Royal Mix Fancies - R200 @ 100 Biscuits - R80 @100 Mega Savoury Mix - R150 @ 100 Also cakes, tarts, trifles, loaves, etc. WE MAKE A DIFFERENCE
WANNEBURG CREDIT MAX 5X2 18-03-13-1C36EHV
CAKE DECORATING CLASSES Moulding, covering of cakes, sugar flowers, etc. Please contact Kariema 021-371 0880 or 073 221 8294
Powerful Dr Who never failed Help poor people. Expert to put money in account no matter how big problem is in only 30 minutes
NO DEPOSIT CASH OR TERMS
PENSION / PACKAGE
Payout (lumpsum only) Cash same day Tel: 021 949 0930/1/2 LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251
DO YOU NEED HELP?
Is your house going to be repossessed? I will buy your home. And advance you money. ( Riyard on 083 420 8989
If you thinking of Renting Out your home. Use the best Letting AGENT in the business ( Riyard on 083 420 8989
You Need MONEY?
I can HELP! Call Patrick 021 829 0765 Sms HELP to 074 933 0711
BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/ 082 516 0030 CARPET & UPHOLSTERY STEAM CLEANING SPECIAL! 95% DRY. PH: 071 951 4046 OR 083 687 3545
Moving and Storage FURNITURE REMOVALS. Ph 078 6113 627.
Houses for Sale
BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738
EASTRIDGE: Fully secured semi, 3 beds, garage. R285 000 Phone 083 660 3495, a/h (021) 374 3786
SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952
Plumbers ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713 Plumbing Elect Drains R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906 PLUMBING , repairs and installation. Angelo 073 664 3532
PORTLANDS: F/s, 3 beds, corner plot, big yard. R430 000 Phone 083 660 3495, a/h (021) 374 3786
BUDGET TV repairs, microwaves & HiFi'S. Collect & Deliver 18 Linaria Crescent, Silvertown 7764 Steven on 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394.
Properties Wanted I AM LOOKING FOR RDP HOUSE to buy for R96 000. Ph after 7pm 076 182 4985 Shamiela LOOKING FOR RDP HOUSE to buy for R96 000. Ph after 7pm 076 182 4985 Shamiela
Swimming Pool Services
BUSY CORNER TV REPAIRS Efficient repairs to GHD'S FLAT IRONS AND MICROWAVES We collect and deliver 021 705 4222 / 083 861 0418 DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS
DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 299. Service call repair charge of R150. 083 268 1213/083 288 2757
POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021705 8851
AVON reps needed contact 021 696 5866/ 079 0538019
Tiling/Flooring ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713 TILING + Lam. flrs. R40 p/m (084 978 9175
HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL 132
Holiday Accommodation Gordons Bay s/catering holiday accom. 6 & 8 sleeper frm R1000p/night 0795224309 www.weekendescape.co.za
Tours A TRIP TO DURBAN 09 • 13 September Contact Betty 073 188 69 42 / 021 633 7207 A week trip to Carmel (a little bit of heaven on earth ) 12 August - 16 August Contact Betty 073 188 69 42 / 021 633 7207
Painting PAINTING & WATERPROOFING Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713
Electrical Repairs AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 yrs exp. Ph Alwyn West 021 671 5786 or 082 705 8103. FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700
I BUY FRIDGES / FREEZERS 4 CASH
Working or non working 078 135 2790/074 490 9243
Ronald George Electrical
Installations and Maintenance Tel: 021-705 5922 Cell: 083 311 7195 Email: email@example.com
Repairs – Vehicles
ALL GEARBOX REPAIRS AND DIFF RECONS CONTACT BRUCE 072 862 9882 ENGINE OVERALL, R1 800 Clutch overalls, R850. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. (021 376 6014/ 078 875 4394
Aluminium Windows and Doors Contact Niteproducts free Quote Shafiek: 076 185 2165 Dudley: 084 029 0768
Required for butchery. Ph 021 694 7161 FREE INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER COURSE Data Capture Typing Word Excel IT Int. Email CV. Pay 4/wbk. 021683 8875 & Call Centre , Tele skill, Office Accounting At Kenilworth Centre Mall
OFFICE ADMINISTRATION QUALIFICATION Certificate in Office Admin (NQF 5)
LENTEGEUR 3 bedroom house to let in Lentegeur. Parking available. R3 100 p/m. Contact 083 767 2540 or email greenshoots.property@ gmail.com
. Basic salary .Commission . Petrol allowance and various other incentives.
Contact Zanele 021 201 0022
Sales Agents Urgently Needed * To sell personal loans and allied products. * Commission only. * Commission paid daily. * No experience required. * Training provided. * Start immediately. To Apply : CONTACT AZELL 071 254 3410
SALES REPS REQUIRED No previous sales experience needed Free Training Provided
BASIC COMMISSION TRAVEL ALLOWANCE INCENTIVES CONTACT:
firstname.lastname@example.org 104 Voortrekker Road, Parow Terms & Conditions Apply
Sales agents urgently needed to sell personal loans and allied products. Commission only. Commission paid daily. No experience required. Training provided. Start immediately. To apply contact Kyle 0741627128
Community of Christ
CHURCH IN AFRICA Invites you to a miracle service!!!!!!!! Every Sunday @ 09:00 Weltevreden centre, Rocklands, Mitchells Plain Pastor Allan & Mary Africa Tel: 021 392 1973
A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, SAND, STONE BEST PRICES CEMENT R75.00 Del.
0861 33 3314 021 704 3636 021 391 6330
Overseas Vacancies COME WORK IN ASIA Global Teaching Adventures specialising in placing candidates in well paid teaching positions. No experience necessary. Reply to: RUTH 021 637 8657 (Office) or 071 482 5296 or email:email@example.com
Above-mentioned course is accredited by FASSET SETA ICB. Provider Accreditation Number: 300764
021 930 8491 021 200 8437
Duration: 3 months Deposit: R1 000 Job Placement Assistance: YES
Call : 021 424 1230 / 021-424 1231 / 072 381 6878 CAPE TOWN: 68 Bree Street, Bree Castle House, Office 204
VIBRANT SALES CONSULTANTS NEEDED
No transport or previous sales experience needed. Free training is provided.
Basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives.
For appointment, call Aileen on 021 465 7852 Terms & Conditions Apply 415
Clothing Industry Clothing factory requires In Line and final examiners . Must have experience .Please sms your name , experience to 081 543 8188. Factory unit L12 industrial hive, Alpha road m/plain
People’s Post, successful English local newspaper in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, offers this exciting career opportunity to an enthusiastic sales representative in their Cape Town office.
This position requires creative ideas in order to sell advertising space for WP Newspapers. The ideal candidate will be target-driven with an excellent performance record, who is able to exceed the monthly budget. You will be responsible for market stimulation by providing clients with innovative ideas in line with their advertising objectives, and will have the required experience regarding preparation of sales presentations.
Experience: 2 – 3 years
Teaching/Education 5 ,, 4 , HOTELS , BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS! .20 Receptionists/Office Admin .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .10 Data Capture .50 Cleaners/ Housekeepers visit us at : 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, Room 311, Cape Town, or CALL: 021 426 7615/ 021 4245949 073 219 8380
Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to
082 412 5505.
Houses to Let
Terms and conditions apply.
CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 836 8208
No previous sales experience needed Free training is provided
isi :V foto
''LET'S MOVE IT!" Glen : 079 079 2323
SALES REPS NEEDED
PRECIS 6x1 30-01-13-1BZVJTK.ai
M&M INTERIORS Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495
PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013
Job level: Mid
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Target-driven Networking and Relationships
If you have not received any feedback from us by 3 Mei 2013, you can accept that your application was unsuccessful.
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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 23 April 2013 MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250 RONDEVLEI R449 000
HANOVER PARK R199 000
KEWTOWN R379 000
Free-standing, 3 beds, tiled lounge, fully-fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, burglar bars, alarm, large grounds, close to Westgate Mall
1/2 beds with built in cupboards, kitchen, lounge, bathroom, parking for 2 cars in yard. If your combined wages are approximately R6 500pm, you could buy this house
3 bedroomed house with ensuite, kitchen, lounge, diningroom, carport, alluminium windows, enclosed
LENTEGEUR R339 000
TAFELSIG ONLY R219 000
Extended 3 bedrooms, very large kitchen, lounge + dining-room, bathroom, carport, enclosed
3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, grounds. If your combined wages is approx. R6800.00 per month you could buy this house.
Properties for my approved buyers in all areas including Ottery,Grassy Park,Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone.Please call Mark Anthony Today 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250
Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 021 7042160 or 083 482 4250 MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250
MANNENBERG ONLY R419 000
RETREAT R550,000 Immaculate three bed home. Built in cupboards all rooms, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, laundry, family bathroom + guest loo, blinds and trelli doors. Single enclosed carport.
KENSINGTON R875,000 (neg)
3 bedrooms (bics), tiled, lounge with built in couches, tiled bathroom + shower, stunning fully fitted kitchen, laundry, alluminium window frames, remote-controlled garage for 4 cars, extras incl. security gate + burglar bars - JUST MOVE IN! ELSIES RIVER /AVONWOOD PELICAN PARK/ MACASSAR ONLY ATLANTIS/WESFLEUR ONLY R280 000 PEACOCK CLOSE R599 000 R340 000 (ROBINVALE) R250 000
ZEEKOEVLEI R1 550,000
3 bedrooms (mes, bics), beautiful fullyfitted kitchen with breakfast nook, fully enclosed with security gates, paved and double garage on 357sqm plot
Free-Standing 3 beds,bics,en-suite, fitted kitchen, ounge, fire-place + Garage for 2 cars
Lovely 2 beds, lounge & dining room or third bedroom, kitchen, bathroom + Carport
Corner Plot, large grounds, 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport
Well kept four bed home. Bics all rooms, lounge, dining, fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, main ensuite, separate loo, single garage, enclosed parking 5 vehicles, satellite dish and alarm (monitored)
Five bed, double storey executive home. Ideal work from home property. Lounge with vlei view, dining room, large, fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, main en-suite, guest loo, study, north facing braai and entertainment deck, east facing balcony, top deck with 360 degree views, triple garage, large plot.
Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 021 7042160 or 083 482 4250
ANTHONY ARENDSE 021-704 0289/ 082 673 1503 PORTLANDS R435 000
RETREAT R899 000
Every Agent Will Promise To Sell Your Home … We GUARANTEE it Freestanding 3 bedroom house, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, carport PELICAN PARK (OPPOSITE MOSQUE) ONLY R459 000
BEACON VALLEY (CLOSE TO PROMENADE) R329 000
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Growing the game of softball LIAM MOSES
N ATHLONE softball club has partnered with the City of Cape Town to help “rekindle” the passion for softball amongst young people in the area. The partnership will see Tantasport Softball Club and the City join forces to train umpires, coaches and players, as well as organise a tournament for the newcomers. Ernest Yon, president of Tantasport, says the programme also aims to grow the sport. “The passion is not as vibrant as what we knew it in earlier years, so we are trying to rekindle that passion,” he says. “The project is to grow the sport. Our focus is more on the youth, but we aren’t going to discard the older generation. We will be calling on the older generation for assistance. The City will supply us with manpower to be ploughed into softball.” The project, which forms part of Tanta’s 65th anniversary celebrations, came about after the club approached the City with a proposal. Youth from Athlone, Bonteheuwel, Manenberg, Heideveld and Rylands will benefit, which will commebce when the prospective coaches are identified. Belinda Walker, Mayoral Committee member for Community Services and Special projects, says the purpose of the project is to “create opportunities for the youth, encourage a healthy life-
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Primrose pile up the points at Villager LIAM MOSES
SLIPPING THROUGH: Primrose RFC player Henry Wolhuter is caught by Villager RFC head coach and former Western Province lock Rito Hlungwane during a Super League B game in Claremont on Saturday. Primrose were 53-0 victors. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
RIMROSE RFC have boosted their Super League B title credentials thrashing neighbours Villager on Saturday, to claim their third consecutive victory. The Kenilworth side ran in seven tries at Brookside without conceding a single point to win the match 53-0 and usurp the top spot on the league table. Herman Masimla, Primrose head coach, says his team is not looking much further than their next fixture, but admitted promotion is the team’s ultimate goal. “If I say our attempt this year is to win every game, then obviously we would like to win the league,” he says. “I believe, with the structures and hard work that is being put in place, Primrose surely should be in the Super League A (next season). That is our endeavour, that is where we want to go and that’s why we are going to take it team by team and game by game.” Primrose started their season with a 20-3 victory at home against Brackenfell RFC and then built on the performance with 32-7 win away at Goodwood RFC. The three victories mean they lead a resurgent False Bay RFC on points difference alone, after the Constantia side beat Kuilsriver RFC 22-16. Primrose and False Bay are now the only sides with a 100 % winning record, and the southern suburbs neighbours could find
themselves major rivals for the league title. The visitors were virtually unstoppable against Villager and seldom erred in any aspect of their play. While Villager were guilty of several unforced errors, they failed to stick their first-time tackles and conceded at least five penalties at the breakdown. Masimla says his side went into the encounter with the simple, structured approach of sucking in the Villager defenders with their forwards and allowing the backs to take advantage of the momentum and superior numbers. “We have a very good defensive record. It’s our third game and only 10 points have been conceded, and we have scored about 100 points,” says Masimla. “We are spending a lot of time on defence also, so things are really working out. To be a quality side you have to be strong in all the departments and that is why we work and focus on hard on defence, as well as our attacking capabilities. We have also spent heavy hours on fitness.” Primrose will host Hands and Heart on Saturday in one of only two games being played in the league over the weekend. Villager have a bye to lick their wounds, before travelling to Goodwood on Saturday 4 May. . Meanwhile, in the Super League A, Hamiltons suffered a 29-7 loss away to Maties, SK Walmers lost 7-0 at home to Tygerberg and UCT beat Helderberg 34-8 in the Strand.
Milano prepare for final stretch LIAM MOSES MILANO UNITED will hope to extend their unbeaten run to five games when they tackle a local rival and a title contender in two National First Division (NFD) games this week. The Grassy Park side have won all three of its games played in April, beating Dynamos 3-0 at home, table toppers Thanda Royal Zulu 1-0 away and thrashing Sivutsa Stars 3-0 on Saturday. Milano will now face up against secondplaced Mpumalanga Black Aces tomorrow (Wednesday 24 April) and local rivals FC Cape Town on Saturday, as the end of the season draws nearer. The NFD newcomers, promoted this season, started 2013 in third place on the table and looked to be in the running for a second consecutive promotion. But a surprising drop in form followed and Milano went on to lose four, draw two and win only one of their first seven games of the year. Milano were defeated twice by Polokwane City and also lost to Vasco da Gama and United FC, while goalless draws were
suffered against United FC and Witbank Spurs. The only win between the start of the season and April came in a first round fixture away to FC Cape Town and Milano will feel confident of a repeat performance on Saturday. However, tomorrow’s game away against Aces, one of the forerunners in the NFD this year, will be a tougher prospect for the Grassy Park side. Aces beat Milano 3-2 in the first round fixture at Rooikrans Sports Complex and will be keen to get their title challenge back on track after losing 2-0 to Witbank Spurs on Saturday 20 April. . Meanwhile, Santos, who have improved since the start of the year, will be desperate to claim three points in their fixtures against Roses United (home) on Wednesday and Polokwane City (away) on Sunday. The Lansdowne club drew 1-1 against Blackburn Rovers on Saturday and will need to pick up as many points as possible, and hope those above them on the table drops points, to qualify for the promotion/ relegation playoffs.
TELESCOPIC: Milano United’s Junaid Sait reaches around Vincent Khumalo of Sivusta Stars to make a tackle. Sait’s side climbed to fourth on the table after winning the match, played at Rooikrans Sports Complex in Grassy Park, 3-0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
Shimmi trains Tigers to run the ball LIAM MOSES NEWLY appointed UCT head coach Hanyani Shimange has promised to retain the club’s traditional style of running rugby in this year’s Super League A. Shimange, a former Ikey himself, was appointed as head coach in the April after his predecessor Kevin Foote joined Australian Super Rugby outfit the Western Force. “Our first point of call is to play a running game. That’s what we are known for and that, certainly, won’t stop. There may, however, be one or two tweaks here and there,” he says. “Generally, the essence of the team will stay the same.” Shimange has been involved with the club for around six months, assisting Foote as UCT’s defence coach. The former Stormers and Springbok hooker has already lead the Ikey Tigers to two victories this season, against Super League A new-
comers Bellville and Helderberg, winning 2821 and 34-8 respectively. But the students face a tougher prospect when they travel to face Durbanville-Bellville, last year’s runners up, on tomorrow evening (Wednesday). Shimange has avoided setting any lofty goals for the season as yet, and says he aims to take the season “game by game”, deal with the difficulties of coaching students and manage the challenges presented by the Super League A. “Maybe a lot of these guys haven’t played league rugby yet – that may be one of the challenges. They don’t have the experience of playing against the older, tougher guys,” says Shimange. There is a difference between playing Super League rugby and playing in the Varsity Cup – there isn’t as much glamour,” says Shimange. “The Varsity Cup is televised and there are a lot of people. In the Super League you may be playing against the reserves with only a
couple of people watching. But at the same time, the culture we have created defines itself. No matter who we are playing, you are still representing 20 000 students and a lot of old boys.” He adds that his players may find their Super League opponents bigger and older, and the rugby “a lot more physical” than the expansive, running game popular in Varsity Cup. “To compare the two is difficult. Playing the games away at 21:00 on a Friday night presents its own challenges.” UCT will face Durb-Bell away from home tomorrow and travel to Tygerberg on Saturday 27 April.
TRAINING TIGERS: Former Stormers and Springbok hooker Hanyani Shimange was recently appointed as head coach of the UCT rugby team. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES
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HIT HARD: Rafiek Abrahams of Manenberg’s MIT Rangers is tackled by Nangumso Bukhani Zandvliet High School during an under-19 match at the Ohio Sport Complex in Primrose Park on Saturday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
SOCCER: BLUEBELLS MAY PLAY SOON
Plan to end stand-off at Cape District LIAM MOSES
HE Cape District Local Football Association (CDLFA) has entered into negotiations with one of its clubs in hopes of ending an 18-month legal battle. Bluebells AFC, an amateur club from Wynberg, won an R81 000 lawsuit against CDLFA in December, but were subsequently suspended indefinitely from all football in February for breaching the organisation’s constitution by taking them to court. Despite the victory, the organisation has not paid the money and previously stated its intention to appeal the decision. However, the LFA’s senior vice president Ivan Williams says the organisation will now assemble for a special general meeting
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in hopes of settling the matter out of court and allowing Bluebells to play football again. The meeting will be held tomorrow (Wednesday). “We sent a committee to Bluebells to look at how we could resolve this matter, so that they can play football again. The committee needs to report back to a special general meeting on Wednesday 24 April. We are going to look at Bluebells’ proposal and see if it’s acceptable to Cape District.” Williams adds that the club has “made a few requests” which the CDLFA will need to fulfil if Bluebells are to withdraw the case from court. However, he did not want to expand on the requests. Rashied Cloete, president of Bluebells, also refused to list the requests, but described
the meeting with the committee as an “open discussion”. “The club will be happy if the agreement is actually ratified. We are trying to find a solution for both parties and that is embodied in the agreement,” says Cloete. “It was an acceptable agreement. There is give and take in any agreement. They have to give and we have to give, and eventually you find a middle road. That’s the way agreements are entered into.” Bluebells sued the CDLFA in September 2011 after failing to win a tender to run the tea room and café at the William Herbert sports grounds in 2010, alleging that the tender process was flawed. After finding in Bluebells favour, the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court also served a war-
rant of execution against the CDFLA’s property in February and the club was suspended two days later. Bluebells failed in their attempts to have the suspension overturned and hosted a protest at William Herbert sports grounds on Saturday 13 April (“Legal clash at Cape District”, People’s Post, 16 April). The club was then banned from entering the premises by the Municipal Field Management Committee. The LFA’s executive committee met with the delegation that engaged with Bluebells on Sunday, to discuss the requests ahead of the special general meeting. Williams says the LFA is “committed” to resolving the problem and getting Bluebells back on the pitch as soon as possible.
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