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DRIVE-THROUGH brothel – this is how residents of Joanne Road, Lansdowne, describe their street owing to the number of “working girls” plying their trade in the “once decent” neighbourhood. Locals say that over the festive season, an increased number of prostitutes was noted, and although the holiday season is over, even more ladies of the night have been creeping into this section of the suburb. While the City of Cape Town says that numerous fines have been issued to women selling their bodies during recent months, residents are appealing for a more concerted effort to rid the area of the scourge. A pensioner, who has been living in the street for over 10 years, says that in recent years, he could count on one hand how many prostitutes were “working this street”.

“Then, for some unknown reason, there was a sudden influx of badly dressed bimbos who started clogging this street. At one point, during December, I stood at my gate and counted them. “There were 14 of them parading on our sidewalks!” He says he reported the matter to the Metro Police, who managed to “get rid” of them. “But the next day, the rash was back. They are like a sickness that you can’t get rid of. Their customers park their cars in front of our homes – sometimes even in our driveways – and just do as they please. I don’t know what can be done anymore. This is like a legal sex sale in a red-light district.” Another resident, who asks not to be named, says that when the local police warn them to “move along”, they simply walk around the block and “resume their position”. “They refuse to stay away. I don’t know why they chose to infest this road but for some reason this is where they prefer to

ply their trade. “It seems that they aren’t even embarrassed of what they do anymore,” he said. On more than one occasion he has been forced to blast “those women” with his hosepipe, he continues. “It’s the only way to get them to go. But they don’t leave without making a scene – they can spend hours just standing outside and hurling abuse at us. They have no respect – for themselves or the decent people who live here.” A single mother claims that the women “clog the road around the clock”. “I don’t know what to say to my children when they ask what those aunties are doing outside our house, so I tell them that they are waiting for a lift. They are such an embarrassment. They disgrace themselves with their behaviour and put us, as ratepayers, in a bad light. Where are the authorities who should be keeping them from making a spectacle in a residential area?” Nathan Ladegourdie, assistant chief of the City’s Vice Squad, says Joanne Road

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Minstrels Champs of Champs cancelled TAURIQ HASSEN

ALTHOUGH the minstrel season got off to a good start, organisers now face having to cancel the prestigious “Champs of Champs” after discovering that a holy day for Muslims takes place a week before the finals.

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This means the competition dates will have to be rescheduled, but this creates a problem as the soccer action returns to Athlone Stadium on Saturday 18 February. Moulood takes place on Saturday 4 February, which means that the competition will have to be postponed. Kevin Momberg, chief executive for the Cape Town Minstrel Carnival Association, initially confirmed the new headache last week and said: “We are still looking to discuss the matter in detail, but it’s looking more likely that the Champs of Champs will have to be cancelled due to the venue not being available.” Richard Stemmet, chairperson for the CTMCA, was not disappointed at the prospect of having march around Ath­ the event postponed until next year, as

he felt that respecting the community’s holy days and events should be the “number one priority”. “We are now setting up meetings with the different captains and generals in order to inform them about the postponement of the event, but generally we are happy and will respect the community,” says Stemmet. Now confirmed, the final day of the minstrel season will be at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday 11 February, where events such as the group songs and exhibition marches will be held. Normally, at the end of proceedings, the champions are named, with the coveted Carnival Trophy being handed to a deserving troupe, among many other prizes for events performed over recent weeks. “That is really what everybody looks forward to and we end the minstrel season on a high and look forward to hosting yet another successful event next year,” Stemmet added. He confirmed that all teams under the CTMCA carrying marching permits will be allowed to parade their trophies through areas such as the historic Bo-Kaap area and Lentegeur in SHINING BRIGHT: Uzair and Shameegh Kemp during the Happy Mitchell’s Plein. Boy’s Entertainers road march.

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Prepare for common takeover TAMMY PETERSEN

DARK CLOUD LOOMS: Law enforcement as well as police officers are expected to descend on Rondebosch Com­ mon this weekend as thousands of people from poorer areas plan to attend an illegal summit.Photo: Adri­Ann Peters

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HOUSANDS of people from poorer communities are expected to attend a mass-meeting and “take over” Rondebosch Common recreational area during the weekend – despite no authorisation being granted for the gathering. Although the City has warned that the meeting will be regarded as an illegal gathering and organisers may face criminal prosecution, plans for the occupation are being finalised and contributors are determined to go ahead, despite the repercussions. Participants from Hanover Park, Pinati Estate, Mitchell’s Plain, Manenberg, Lavender Hill, Hout Bay, Gugulethu, Athlone, Bonteheuwel, Delft and even Stellenbosch, will march from the Athlone Stadium to the common, for the three-day summit on Friday. Topics to be covered during the summit includes a call for the development of open spaces in “the leafy suburbs”, the scrapping of rent arrears for those occupying council properties, as well as a demand for the City to transfer ownership of its rental units to the tenants. Organiser Mario Wanza says the occupation of the Rondebosch Common is symbolic of all spaces in affluent areas which are underutilized while “people on the Cape Flats don’t have space to move. “The coming together of civil society organisations reminds us of the days of united democratic action in taking forward the struggle. We have once again reached the point of building a united front, this time to rid ourselves of the divide between rich and poor. The common is a stark reminder of this barrier dividing us. “It is a public open space which is hardly ever used by the rich to walk their dogs. This is happening while the poor are living on top of each other only a few suburbs away. Those with money have the luxury of acres of land at their disposal and it’s about time this spatial inequality is properly challenged,” he says. “Cape Town is still as divided as it was during the apartheid era”, Wanza continues. “The poor live a different life compared to the those in privileged areas. These areas have hectares of manicured lawns, used for golf courses and other luxuries, while there is a desperate need for land to be developed in order to provide housing for people who have been on waiting lists for years. It’s time that these areas are integrated.” But while the organisers are finalising the details before the mass action, the City said that staff will be on site to discourage people from using the area illegally. Richard Bosman, the City’s director for Safety and Security, says a meeting was arranged for Wednesday, so that organisers and the City can sit down and allow the applicants to motivate their application and answer questions. “The group was between 15 and 30 minutes late. The panel assumed that they were not coming and continued with the afternoon’s proceedings. A letter was sent to the organisers on 19 January, indicating that no permission for the march and/or gathering had been granted.” In addition to the summit, a march to the common will also take place on Friday.

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Countdown to demolition day TAMMY PETERSEN

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FTER serving the community of Lansdowne for over 50 years, the prefab building at the corner of Chukker and Racecourse Roads will be leaving with a bang – two months’ worth of banging, to be exact. Sections of the chipboard classrooms of Oaklands High will be taken apart from today, leaving thousands of former pupils with only memories of yesteryear. Yesterday, the building was officially shut down, and the area secured for the destruction of the 57-year-old school. The WELCOME: Reza Patel at the entrance to the new demolition will be done manually before and improved Oaklands High. Photo: Tammy Petersen heavy machinery will finish the job by March. agree that it’s “about time” that the building Oaklands, which achieved an impressive gets more than just a lick of paint. 90,2 percent pass rate last year, is one of eight “Those corridors hold many memories of schools which were reconstructed owing to being kicked out for being disruptive and a decline in the quality of infrastructure over meeting friends when I was supposed to be the years. School principal Reza Patel says in class,” laughs Ridwaan Jappie, who atexcitement is mounting as pupils look for- tended during the 1980s. “Not many people ward to seeing the end of the building. are lucky enough to still have the privilege Staff moved their belongings from their old of driving past their alma mater everyday classrooms to the new multi-million rand but we do. I hope many new fantastic memobuilding early in January, and the scholars ries are made, and that Oaklands High constarted their school year in their shiny new tinues to prosper.” learning area. “The whole building looks and Janap Roomaney says the school will alsmells brand new,” an excited Patel says. ways be special to her as it is where she met “The building team is ahead of schedule and, her husband, Pravin, in a science class in the except for a few minor jobs still being done, 1970s. “I even remember writing on a desk everything is complete.” that we would be together forever! We will The new building boasts 27 classrooms, be, and the rap over the knuckles I got for two computer rooms, a library, a school hall, defacing school property didn’t stop me from a new administration building, parking writing the same thing in the girl’s toilet,” bays, five laboratories and two specialist she recalls with a wink. “Oaklands High is classrooms. Additional sports facilities will the place where we were modelled into the be built on the old school site once construc- adults we are today, and where many of the tion is complete and the demolition has taken young folk of way back when got involved in place. politics and fighting for freedom. “May many Former pupils have mixed emotions on the more future leaders be developed at this hispending demolition of their high school, but toric institution.”

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Salesman and customer robbed TAMMY PETERSEN

A WETTON car dealer and a potential customer were robbed at gunpoint on the corner of Crete and Plantation Road on Friday. “At about 11:50, the customer and salesman returned from drawing R20 000 at a bank in Kenilworth Centre, when they were approached by four men”, Constable Nkululeko Mnyaka, the spokesperson for Lansdowne police, says. The four robbers pointed guns at the duo

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Where does it all go? HANRIE BOSCH

CIGARETTE BUTTS and cooking oil. Two very common waste products used and discarded every day. But have you ever wondered where it all ends up?

pose of oil using a licensed waste contractor. Most people are blissfully unaware that throwing oil down the kitchen sink is not “proper disposal”. Once East saw the light, he started a company called Fattrap, two and a half years ago, making Atlantic Seaboard restaurants aware of how to properly dispose of oil. His company, Organic cleaning, is importing disposable Fattrap cloths that soak up oil.That way it will not end up in the oceans.

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Down drains, the beach, the ocean, Table Mountain, and just about everywhere else, according to David East, whose company, Organic cleaning, is importing disposable Fattrap cloths made from organic coconut pith, which soaks up oil and turns it into a solid for safe disposal. “Landfills are getting smaller, the seas are getting polluted and the City Council has to clear expensive sewage blockages. Nobody

thinks about these things and where they end up; polluting our environment.” East has been in the restaurant industry for 20 years, and admits to being “blind” regarding the proper disposal of oil and the consequences of it. “Once I found out about the harmful effects on the environment and where it goes, I had to make a difference. People throw oil down the drain – which ends up in the sewage pipes and finds its way back to the beaches and ocean. The same goes for cigarette butts on beaches.” Late last year, the City issued a press release stating that blocked pipes, due to grease, fats and oils, cost the city R60 million to clear and urged residents to properly dis-

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Register for music lessons THE Athlone Academy of Music is now open for registration for Tuesday evening classes at Garlandale High School. It is also open for registration tuition in

all instruments, which will resume at Garlandale on Saturday 4 February. Call the office on (021) 637 3072 or send an email to mwaamus@mweb.co.za.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Groote Schuur Hospital, Observatory Remuneration: R 101 007 per annum Service benefits: 13th cheque, employer’s contribution to the pension fund, housing and medical aid allowance. Requirements: Minimum educational qualification: Senior Certificate (or equivalent). Experience: Appropriate experience in a Fees or Hospital environment. Inherent requirement of the job: • Willing to work shifts and cover for colleagues in areas. Competencies (knowledge/skills): • Good communication and interpersonal skills • The ability to accept accountability, responsibility, work independently • Strong sense of confidentiality • Knowledge of the following: Hospital Fees Memorandum 18, UPFS, HIS Clinicom, Cradle, Finance Instructions • Computer literacy. Duties (key result areas/outputs): • In and out-patient administration functions according to PGWC policies and procedures • Clinicom, Billing and other PGWC system computer duties • Various reception tasks or tasks assigned to you by immediate Supervisor from time to time • Responsible for handling and receiving of public money, cash collection and banking of state money • Admission, transfer and discharge of in and out-patients as per PGWC Hospital Fees policies and procedures including attending to patient queries (verbal and written) • Debiting of charge entries to invoices as per UPFS and PGWC billing procedures including ICD10 capturing. Enquiries: Mr T Arendse: 021 404-3299 or Mr MZ Bardien: 021 404-3278 Please submit your application for the attention of Ms F Safodien to the Chief Executive Officer, Groote Schuur Hospital, Private Bag X4, Observatory 7935.

Valkenberg Hospital, Observatory (Chief Directorate: General Specialists and Emergency Services)

Household Aid (6 posts) Remuneration: R 59 625 per annum

MAYOR Patricia de Lille has announced the formation of a multi-sectoral task team for the signing of the Host City agreement for the World Design Capital 2014 in March later this year.

stakeholders such as Cape Town Partnership and the design community who played an important role in securing the award, as well as other private sector partners. Said De Lille: “Bid Committee members have been invited to form the core of the multi-sectoral task team. With their support, we want to make sure the most efficient and optimum management structure is put in place, to ensure proper oversight of how ratepayers’ money is spent on this prestigious event. “I want to pay tribute to the months of hard work and selfless effort put in by Andrew Boraine, Bulelwa Makalima-Ngewana and the team at Cape Town Partnership and the Bid Committee. They helped us win the right to host this event, and I look forward to having them on board, as part of the multi-sectoral task team.

“As a team we have much hard work ahead of us in hosting such a prestigious event,” she said. Resident Sfiso Enock is also excited, especially about the economic implications of such a designation. “This title will mean that Cape Town and South Africa will be firmly entrenched as an international travel destination. “And it will open up a lot of doors for all of our talented designers.” Tomorrow, City representatives will meet with the Bid Committee to discuss the key managerial steps to be put in place. An inclusive stakeholder forum will be held in late February to coincide with the Design Indaba. This will be an opportunity for design industry roleplayers and other interested stakeholders to contribute ideas to make the World Design Capital 2014 a success.

Fundraiser for Andaleeb

Service benefits: 13th cheque, employer’s contribution to the pension fund, housing and medical aid allowance. Requirements: Minimum requirement: Basic reading and writing skills. Experience: Appropriate experience as a cleaner. Inherent requirements of the job: • Ability to render a shift service on weekends and public holidays • The ability to do physical tasks and operate heavy duty cleaning and household equipment. Competencies (knowledge/skills): • Good interpersonal relations with supervisor, colleagues and the public • Basic knowledge of cleaning procedures and the cleaning of equipment • The ability to communicate (written and verbal) in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.

IN an effort to raise funds for Andaleeb Rinquest January, who was diagnosed with extreme drug resistant (XDR) TB, a strictly ladies’ night will be held, entitled Night at the Oscars. It will take place on Friday 3 February at Wittebome Civic Centre in Wynberg from

Duties (key result areas/outputs): • Responsible for the cleaning duties in a medical ward such as dusting, washing, scrubbing, polishing, refuse handling and maintenance of general neatness and hygiene of the area • Render assistance to the supervisor with general housekeeping duties such as control of cleaning and household equipment, care of linen and serving of meals to patients • Rotate in medical wards according to the needs of the service • Assist with routine stock control of linen and non-surgical equipment as required. Enquiries: Ms M Froneman: 021 440-3155

19:30 until midnight. Tickets cost R100 per person and there will be loads of entertainment. For tickets and block bookings; or further information, contact Masnoena on 072 254 9403 or Zainab on (021) 697 1375 or 084 605 4947.

KEEP SAVING WATER

Please submit your application for the attention of Mr FFJ Brand to the Chief Executive Officer, Valkenberg Hospital, Private Bag X1, Observatory, Cape Town 7935.

Mitchells Plain Hospital (Chief Director: Metro District Health Services)

Household Aid (2 posts) Remuneration: R 59 625 per annum Service benefits: 13th cheque, employer’s contribution to the pension fund, housing and medical aid allowance. Requirements: Minimum requirement: • Basic reading and writing skills (ABET) • Candidates with Matric (Grade 12) will be considered. Experience: Appropriate experience. Inherent requirements of the job: • Ability and willingness to work shifts including weekends, public holidays and night duty • Able to handle heavy objects. Competencies (knowledge/ skills): • Ability to communicate effectively (verbal and written) in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape.

for more information contact:

0860 103 089

or www.capetown.gov/water

Duties (key result areas/outputs): • General household tasks which include cleaning of the hospital environment: sweeping, scrubbing, mopping, polishing of floors and furniture, washing windows, removal of waste/refuse products, cleaning hospital grounds, assisting with sorting, counting and unpacking of linen and serving of patients meals and beverages • Assist with stock control and management of household equipment, cleaning material and linen at ward level.

Did you know that no watering of gardens, grassed areas, sports fields or parks are allowed between 10h00 and 16h00 on any day of the week?

Enquiries: Ms A Brown: 021 372-5590 Please submit your application for the attention of Mr G Barry to the Director: Klipfontein/Mitchells Plain Substructure, Ward 2, Lentegeur Hospital, Mitchells Plain 7785. INSTRUCTIONS TO APPLICANTS: Z83 forms (obtainable from any Government department or www.capegateway.gov.za) must: Be completed in full, clearly reflect the name of the position, name and date of the publication (candidates may use this as reference), be signed, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, the names of 3 referees and certified copies of ID, driver’s licence and qualification/s. A separate application form must be completed for each post. Applications without the afore-mentioned will not be considered. Applications must be forwarded to the address as indicated on the advertisement. No late, faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. CV’s will not be returned. Excess personnel will receive preference. Applications, which are received after the closing date, will not be considered.

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Further communication will be limited to shortlisted candidates. If you have not received a response from the Department within 3 months of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department.

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As directed by the Department of Public Service & Administration, applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are shortlisted 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.

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World design capital: City forms multi­sectoral task team

This status is designated biennially by the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (ICSID) to cities that are dedicated to using design for social, cultural and economic development. Cape Town was last year awarded the right to host World Design Capital 2014. It will now be the focus point of the international design community in 2014, with design-related projects and events hosted in the city throughout the year. The City will be the main signatory of the Host City Agreement. This comes with certain financial and managerial obligations. The City will play a lead role in the hosting of World Design Capital, together with key

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Your SMSes Vagrancy problem in Lansdowne . In response to the story “Home behind the reeds”: Where should the homeless people go? They are not in anyone’s way. It’s Kenwyn’s drug addicts who are breaking in and stealing. These people are also human and we should help and not punish them. . I’m a Lansdowne resident who lives very close to the bridge. This area has been an ongoing problem for years and it’s only getting worse. We are being attacked by flies, rats and fieldmice. We cannot leave our windows and doors open due to the homeless people occupying the field in front of the complexes. We are in full view of various activities (drinking, fighting, swearing, defecating, bad language, filth and drug dealing). It’s not a nice sight to have in your neighbourhood. We are all ratepayers and I can’t see what anyone is doing about it. Clear today and tomorrow they back. I wish I was living in an area like Upper Wynberg, Claremont or Constantia where this

Just a thought Can anybody help me? Isn’t there a policy which states that every child must be in school? If so, why isn’t it happening in Hanover Park? I find children as young as eight sitting on corners or hanging out at the terminus during school hours. To crown it all, the police just drive past them like this is the way it’s supposed to be. I’m concerned about our children. Parent, Hanover Park will not be tolerated. Why is it okay for some areas to have this problem while others are a no-go? We are all ratepayers. Concerned resident . Residents have to give responsibly to registered shelters and organisations which work with the homeless, and not to people begging at doors and traffic lights. Vagrants get used to easy pickings and don’t want to seek jobs. They will just move closer to the the hands (or areas) that feed them! . I don’t think the City Council or ward councillors are doing enough to solve the vagrancy and squatting problem in the areas. There must be a solution! . We have all sorts of beggars visiting us daily. I’m sure they are doing the same to many others. Most of the time, believe it or not, they ask for money and not something to eat. I know what the Bible says about feeding the hungry, but know nothing of giving them cash whenever they want. Residents must use their own informed conscience and wisdom when faced with beggars. Lewis, Lansdowne

In response . Peter Hendricks, seeing you in front of your 2012 class is so great. You are an inspiration to all and may your career go from strength to strength! Penny, Plumstead . The “Only One God” syndrome has hit Mr Abrahams. There’s no God. You create your own God and then what you created, you believe. It’s like a mind-set game. There’s nothing to fear but old wives’ tales. By the way . So you think corruption is rife in the country? Just wait for the Secrecy Bill to become law. You ANC nothing yet! Jeffrey Solomon . My niece’s phone went missing on the 06:10 train from Retreat to Heathfield. It’s a metallic blue Nokia C3. A reward is offered. Please call (021) 701 4092 or 078 364 3324.

Thank you, SAPS, for a job well done WE wish to express our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for a job well done and for the excellent manner in which Detective Van Noie of Manenberg police station handled our case, which he was not assigned to. We commend him for going the ex-

tra mile and believe that if the entire police force were as dedicated and passionate about their work we would be living in a crime-free country. Also, a special thanks to Joy for her help and input. We really appreciate it.

Detective Van Noie deserves recognition and a medal for his outstanding work. A very special thank you from the bottom of our hearts. He is truly one in a million. MR AND MRS LODEWYK Primrose Park

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There’s only one God MY CHURCH is better than yours! My religion is better than yours! That is the perception that I do get when the topic of religion comes up. Even if you go to each and every church on earth to see which religion suits you, there remains only one God. Therefore, we as humans

should respect each other’s religions and not be scared to go into any church. We also need to fear God, only then can we become morally and spiritually better people. Peace and good luck for the coming new year. PATRICK ABRAHAMS Lansdowne


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latiefageorge@telkomsa.net COME AND MAKE US AN OFFER!! WYNBERG – Berry Street - R799 000 Freestanding, 4 bedroomed home with lounge, diningroom, kitchen, 2 x bath/toilet, garage, on 500 sqm plot.

WELTEVREDEN VALLEY – R359 000 2 Bedroomed, with lounge, bath/toilet, fully enclosed. Beacon valley – R239 000 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, enclosed

Steenberg – Retreat - R329 000 Off Symphony ave, 2bedroom home, kitchen, lounge, bath/toilet enclosed

Strandfontein Village – R599 000 4bedroom home (2 x bic), lounge, dinning room Kitchen, Bath/toilet, Tandem garage, extra parking space

Grassy Park – R699 000 excl Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, kitchen Bath/toilet, Garage ++ two bedroom seprate entrance, with lounge, kitchen, and bath/toilet on 500sqm plot

Westridge – R329 000 excl 3bed cottage, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet fully enclosed

Ottery – R499 000 neg Starter home in quiet close Freestanding 2bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet Charlesville – close to Charlesville mall - R559 000 excl Freestanding 3bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet Wooden flooring, garage on spacious 450sqm plot Parking for 4 cars

Everything we touch turns to SOLD

Kalksteenfontein – Ranunculus str – R329 000 Close to Netreg station,3bed extended home lounge, 2 x kitchens, 2 x toilets Outbuilding with toilet, on spacious plot Bonteheuwel – R269 000 excl / R279 000 2bed/3 bed home, lounge kitchen, bath/toilet, enclosed

BONTEHEUWEL: R360.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Encl, Vibacrete, S/Gates. NORMAN 083 772 8912

MAYNARDVILLE WYNBERG R599.999excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Bath, S/toilet, Lounge, FK, Garage (1xCar). IRFAAN 083 947 4327

WYNBERG: R640.000neg Semi, 2Beds(1xBics), Lounge, FK, F/Bath, T/Garage (2xCars), Laundry ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

SILVERSANDS: R620.000excl D/s, 7Beds(4xBics), Mes, S/toilet, Kitchen, L/Floors, C/Fans, KPC. ANDILE 083 621 5571

GRASSY PARK: R1.150mil D/s, 4Beds, D/Garage, Pool, F/Pond, Garden Furniture, FFK, Intercom ASHBY 072 777 6316

RETREAT: R300.000excl Serviced Plot 411m² ABDULLATIEF 074 526 6518

OLD BELHAR: R1,3mil. neg. D/s, 5Beds(2xB), 2xFFK, 2xMes, Garage, Braai, Spanish Style, 599m. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

BONTEHEUWEL: R270.000excl Mais on main road, 2Beds, F/Bath, Kitchen, Lounge, Encl, Big yard. DESIREE 079 875 9975

OTTERY: R370.000excl Encl. Complex, Comm. Pool, P/Bay, 3Beds(2xB), FFK, Lounge, F/Bath. MARIAM 082 641 2157

MAITLANDS: R530.000excl 2Beds Flat, 2xBics, FFK, T/Floors, Carpet on Bed/Floors, Sec. Parking. JENNY 073 247 3815

RETREAT: R195.000excl Flat, 1Bedroom, Lounge, Mes, K(Bics), Parking Bay, Enclosed. KAREN 079 808 3877

WYNBERG: R899.000excl D/s, 4Beds, Lnge, 2xF/Bath, G/Toilet, FFK, Storerm, Garage, E/Garden. MARIAM 082 641 2157

BONTEHEUWEL: R260.000excl Semi, 1Bedroom, F/Bath, Kitchen, Asbestos roof, Enclosed. MARIAM 082 641 2157

VANGUARD ESTATE: R520.000 Flat, 2Beds(Bics), Lounge, OPFFK (Granite Tops), Family Bathroom. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

HAZENDAL: R500.000excl Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, K(Bics), P(2xCars), D/Way, Encl, 203m, B/Bars, S/Gates. KAREN 079 808 3877

RETREAT: R750.000excl 4Beds, F/s, FFK, Lnge with KPC, Mes, Pool(3x6), F/Garage, G/Flat ADOLPH 073 193 5878

ZEEKOEVLEI: R850.000excl F/s, 4Beds(2xB), Lounge, Drm, Bath, S/toilet, Mes, FFK, Laundry, 711m. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

OTTERY: R370.000excl G/Floor Flat, 3Beds(2xB), Lounge, FFK, Pool, P/Bay, Encl, Chandeliers, L/Fittings. MARIAM 082 641 2157

WOODSTOCK: R830.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, FFK, Pantry, Garage, 327m, P(4xCars), B/Bars. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

SEAWINDS: R340.000excl 2Beds, F/s, FFK with KPC, Lnge, Modern F/Bath, Carport (3xCars) ADOLPH 073 193 5878

PELIKAN HEIGHTS: R1,6 mil D/s, 6Beds(5xB), FFK, G/Flat, Pool, D/Garage, Carport , 963m. MARIAM 082 641 2157

PELIKAN HEIGHTS: R850.000 F/s, 5Beds(2xBics), D/Garage, 2x Sep.Ent. + Lots more extras, 1050m. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

STRANDFONTEIN: R440.000 F/standing, 3Beds, Lounge, Bath, S/Toilet, Kitchen, 262m2, L/Floors. ASHBY 072 777 6316

BONTEHEUWEL: R340.000excl Mais, 2Beds (1xBics), F/Bath, FFK, Carport, Enclosed JESICHA 073 698 9260

FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 6.5% COMMISSION KAYS 17JAN12 1B8QWNK.cdr

GRASSY PARK MITCHELLS PLAIN TOP AGENT P R O P E RT I E S

Towards Marketing Excellence

SHAAMIEL SHIHAAM SHAAM FIONA THURYYA MARK PETER NEIL 082 723 1118 072 192 1411 074 217 4190 071 952 9226 074 194 0925 072 545 1143 072 095 9876 084 588 8308

TOP AGENT SHAHIED

084 832 9188

KASHIFAH

073 929 3221

CALL NOW TO HAVE YOUR PROPERTY SOLD....WE HAVE BUYERS FOR ALL AREAS. Tel: 021 705 8961 - View our Properties @ www.kaysproperties.co.za R240 000: ST MONTIQUE VILLAGE 2 Bedrooms, Kitchen, Lounge, family Bathroom, Big grounds, Corner plot. PETER 072 095 9876

R280 000 LAVENDER HILL 3 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, family Bathroom, Carport. PETER 072 095 9876 R695 000 RETREAT

R639 000: SAN REMO(A MUST SEE) Modern free standing 3 bdrm(main ensuite) fully alarmed, automated garage doors, fully enclosed, aluminium windows ffk 2 bedrm with bics, lounge and dining room with fireplace, study laminated flooring throughout, family bathroom and plenty of parking, SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118.

3 Bedrooms Lounge, Dining, fitted Kitchen, family Bathroom (shower), 1 bed Sep Entrance + shower, Labourer Toilet.

R670 000 GRASSY PARK 3 Bedrooms BIC in all rooms, Main en-suite, FFKitchen, family Bathroom, Lounge + Dining Room on a Large plot + Free bungalow SHAHIED 084 832 9188

3 Bedrooms, Lounge + Dining, family Bathroom, and fitted Kitchen

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R680 000 WYNBERG

MARK 072 545 1143

R320 000 SEAWINDS MARK 072 545 1143

R230 000 HANOVER PARK,

4 Bedrooms, 3x Bathrooms, Guest Toilet, Lounge, Dining Room, Fitted Kitchen, Garage + extra Parking

PETER 072 095 9876

R150 000 CAPRICORN 3 Bedrooms, family bathroom, lounge, and sep-entrance PETER AFRICA 072 095 9876

R250 000 RETREAT

R480 000 SEAWINDS

R380 000 SEAWINDS

R950 000 ZEEKOEVLEI

4 bdrms, 3 bathrooms, sunken lounge & dining room, fitted kitchen, tiled throughout, double garage tiled, sub divided for rental potential.

Maisonette, 3 beds, Fitted Kitchen, lounge, family bathroom and carport.

R480 000 PELICAN PARK, Freestanding three bedroom house, dinning room, kitchen, family bathroom with shower, separate toilet. SHAHIED 084 832 9188

Semi detached 3 bedroom house, lounge, tiled fitted kitchen.

R 200 000 TAFELSIG Semi Attached Enclosed 2 Bedroom House, Extended Lounge, Kitchen and family Bathroom, close to Schools and Public Transport. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411

R330 000 HILLVIEW Freestanding 3 bdrm one with en-suite, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen, family bathroom and parking for one car. PETER 072 095 9876.

Neat 2 bedroom house, Bics, Lounge, Kitchen, Family bathroom, Fire place, parking for 5 cars with foundation for approved plan.

We will sell your house Or we will buy it from you Distress Sales

R220 000 TAFELSIG

SHAAM 074 217 4190

R319 000 BEACON VALLEY Neat 5 bdrm house,lounge dining room, family bathroom, with shower and garage, fully enclosed. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411.

Free Valuations Free Legal Advice

Free Pre-Approvals

Free Credit Checks

OWNER Furniture Removals FAZLOODIEN Terms & Conditions Apply

SHIHAAM 072 192 1411

082 495 8989

R650 000 GRASSY PARK,

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Freestanding 4 bdrm, Lounge, Dining room, F.F.K, Family bathroom, separate toilet, massive loft and garage, lots of potential.

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KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

R750 000 EAGLE PARK

Freestanding double story house. 4 Bedrooms and guest toilet, 2 x fitted kitchen, 2x family bathrooms, 2x lounges, large dining room, garage and parking for four cars.

THURYYA 074 194 0925 PETER 072 095 9876. R525 000 RETREAT R380 000 WOODLANDS Freestanding, two bedroom house, 3 Bedrooms, open plan Lounge, Kitchen, lounge, dining room, garage and parking family Bathroom + toilet, Carport for 2 cars with business potential for four cars on large 768m² plot. DOERRIEYAH 084 055 3877 SHAHEED 084 832 9188.

Semi 3 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, family Bathroom, Carport for 3 cars

DOERRIEYAH 084 055 3877

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

5 Bedrooms, Lounge + Dining, f f Kitchen, main Lake View large 2 Bedroom Flat, open plan ensuite, 2x family Bathrooms, Laundry, Study, Garage Lounge with ff Kitchen, family Bathroom, + extra Parking,Aluminium Widows, Tiled Flooring, Very Neat naught pine Ceilings, Blinds & BIC in all rooms MARK 072 545 1143 MARK 072 545 1143

R650 000 ZEEKOEVLEI

THURYYA 074 194 0925

R160 000 MITCHELLS HEIGHTS

'CASH ONLY'Incomplete Freestanding House, 4 Bedrooms, lounge, Kitchen, on a 350 square meter plot, Potential for Rental

DOERRIEYAH 084 055 3877 R559 000 STRANDFONTEIN

3 bdrm house, Lounge, Fitted kitchen, family bathroom, fire place, Jet master, garage for 2 cars, garden and built in cupboards in 2 rooms.

PETER 072 095 9876

R270 000 SEARIDGE PARK, Freestanding 3 bedroom house, lounge, kitchen, Family bathroom, modern ceilings throughout and enclosed. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 R180 000 SANDPIPER MANSIONS 2 Bedroom house, Family bathroom, Kitchen, Lounge, Close to Schools and Public Transport, investment opportunity. THURYYA 074 194 0925

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

No Gimmicks! OR

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

R220 000 LAKESIDE MEWS Open plan Lounge and kitchen flat, one bedroom, family bathroom situated on the top floor. THURYYA 074 194 0925 R220 000 EASTRIDGE Standard three bedroom Massonett, Lounge, Kitchen, Family bathroom, Enclosed carport. SHAAM 074 217 4190

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

visit www.eesyinfo.co.za

ZEEKOEVLEI – Neat newly built home with modern finishes. 3 b/rooms, b.i.c. + dressing room + mes + family bathroom. Modern fitted kitchen. Lounge with aircon. Garage + kids play park. R899 000.

ZEEKOEVLEI – Good location. 4 b/rooms, mes, family bathroom, fitted kitchen, GRASSY PARK – Plot 500 sqm. lounge, garage + pool. Bargain @ R290 000. R899 000. GRASSY PARK – 3 b/rooms, b.i.c., full NADIAS2 24JAN12 1B990M5.cdr bathroom, ff/kitchen, lounge, drivethrough garage. Well priced @ R699 000.

ZEEKOEVLEI – Large face brick home on 640 sqm plot. 3 b/rooms, mes, b.i.c. Full family bathroom, f/f cherry-wood kitchen with granite tops. Lounge, dining-room. Double garage. Reduced to R995 000.

EAGLE PARK – Neat 2 b/roomed home with full bathroom. Ff/kitchen, lounge, garage. On large, enclosed plot. R550 000.

For all these contact NADIA at Nadia’s Property on 021 706 8197 or 083 654 4234 or MICKHAEEL 082 216 4269

Receive a Free list with pics of Below Market Value & other Distress Sale Properties Visit: www.savemoola.co.za Or SMS “D24”, Your Name, Email address/ address to 079 174 9961

SMS “G24”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963

LAKEVIEW – Neat 2 b/roomed townhouse. Kitchen, lounge, bonus large Wendy house. R495 000.

GRASSY PARK – Stunning modern home – 3 large b/rooms, b.i.c., large mes + family bathroom. Beautiful ff/kitchen, lounge, d/room + large entertainment area. Garage for 2 cars + lots more parking. R930 000 neg.

DISTRESS SALES!!

Call Mark on 072 742 6963 for more info

ZEEKOEVLEI – Good investment. Large modern family home with three 2 b/roomed modern cottages with a rental income of R13 400 per month on 1 041 sqm plot. R1.4 m. ZEEKOEVLEI – Otters Creek. Delightful, 3 b/rooms, b.i.c., kitchen, lounge, double garage. S/pool. R995 000.

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ZEEKOEVLEI – Double-storey. Best position with very, very modern features. 7 b/rooms. 2 mes + family bathroom, fitted kitchen, conservatory. Double garage with extra parking. Swimming-pool. R1.8 m neg. ZEEKOEVLEI – Massive home on the water for the discerning buyer. 7 b/rooms, b.i.c., 3 beautiful Victorian bathrooms, large ff/kitchen, lounge, separate dining-room + large family room. 3 patios with mountain and vlei views. Fully secure. For these features and more, come and view this beautiful ultra modern home @ R2.5 m. NADIAS1 24JAN12 1B990YK.cdr

For all these contact NADIA at Nadia’s Property on 021 706 8197 or 083 654 4234 or MICKHAEEL 082 216 4269

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ZEEKOEVLEI R1, 275 Million NEW RELEASE

SOLE MANDATE

BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 2

WEB ACCESS: ANDY 074 470 7068

EAGLE PARK R635 000

GRASSY PARK R830 000

SOLDS BY U

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 2 WEB ACCESS: ANDY 074 470 7068

PELICAN PARK R479 000

NEW RELEASE

SOLE MANDATE

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1| GARAGE 2

WEB ACCESS:KW1062188 Pool & Entertainment area ANDY 074 470 7068

FNB Quick Sale

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1| PARKING 2

WEB ACCESS: KW1062065 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

MENU:

Stock urgently required. Feel free to contact for a market-related valuation. Schaapkraal: 8 acres vacant land - R 1.895 000 Pelican Heights: 6beds, 3bath, 2gar s/pool, 940m erf - R1.550 million Razeen 072 619 8155 Fishermans Walk - Zeekoevlei “Under Offer” Pre Fab house 3 bed, lounge, fitted kitchen on 1 041m² plot in Fisherman’s Walk - Perfectly situated to build dream home and even work from home - SOLD BY US Grassy Park: In Rooikrans Ave, 3 bed, lounge, dining, bath – Big grounds 520m² – SOLD BY US Qualified Buyers STEENBERG/RETREAT – Stock Urgently required, please call Andy Derrocks, your area specialist Grassy Park: R830 000 – On 5th Avenue high visibility. Live and Work from Home. Modern 3 bed home, Main bed with dressing room, modern spa bath. Study, lounge with jet master fireplace. Family room with enclosed braai area. Parking for 8 cars, and lots more… Andy 074 470 7068

www.pamgolding.co.za/southernsuburbs

ROYAL CAPE R1.495 Million NEW RELEASE

SOLE SOLE MANDATE MANDATE

SOLE MANDATE

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 1 + Swimming pool + Granny Flat WEB ACCESS: KW1069682 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

SASMEER ESTATE R1, 695 Million

SOLE MANDATE

FAIRWAYS R995 000 NEW RELEASE

SOLDS BY U

BEDS: 7 | BATHS: 3 | GARAGE: 2 WEB ACCESS: KW1060525 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

SOLDS BY U

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 1 WEB ACCESS: KW1069687 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

LOTUS RIVER R875 000

SOLDS BY U

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 4 | 2 X GRANNY FLATS PAM GOLDING RAZEEN 072 619 8155 10x8 10 05 11-1AQ2U1F.cdr


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ON SHOW

We are looking for truly exceptional agents to join our team.

If you are serious as we are about property call NAZMIE to arrange for a confidential interview

Call Office 021 696 4114

KENWYN

3 Beds, lounge, garage, 620m² plot. R925 000.

KENWYN

3 Bedroom with BIC with laminated flooring, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, separate bathroom (with shower) & toilet, entertainment area, enormous swimming pool, double garage & tandem garage (enclosed) could accommodate up to 8 cars. PLUS granny flat! GRASSY PARK R699 000. 3 Bedroom home, with BIC and laminated flooring in all rooms, MES, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge & diningroom, large grounds with tool shed and incomplete double carport, fully secured! STRANDFONTEIN (BAYVIEW) R440 000. 2 Beds, fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom with garage facade PLUS huge separate entrance, main bed + en suite and kitchen To view call Ashraf on 074 811 6874/083 500 7838

3 Beds, 2 bathrooms, lounge, 620m² plot. R995 000.

KEWTOWN

RONDEBOSCH EAST: OFFERS WILL BE CONSIDERED FROM R1 350 000 MIL NEG D/storey, cnr plot 3 beds, all BIC, main ensuite, lounge, d/room, fully kitchen, garage + carport, parking for cars, big yard with lovley pool. Sep entrance upstairs (potential income R4500) with o/plan, lounge, 1 bed, bath

LANSDOWNE/ ROND EAST Near Islamia, 3 Beds, 3 baths,

RONDEBOSCH EAST: R1 495 000 MIL NEG 3 Beds, BIC, MES, fam bathroom, lounge, FFK, pool. All appliances & furniture being sold with property. Additional income from 3 separate entrances

FREE VALUATIONS ALAN 082 475 6643 OFFICE (021) 674 1094

garage. R1 050 000

Call Fadia 082 560 6194 WALMER ESTATE R1.180 000 MIL NEG Harbour View, lose to public transport, 5 min to CBD, semi ,4 loft bedroom house, lounge, d/room, bath, scullery, fitted kitchen, offstreet parking.

WELL KEPT COTTAGE 2 bedrooms, close to transport, shops and schools Cheryl Jacobs 079 195 7252 / 021 696 4114

Shihaam Buffkins 083 516 2140 9b Eike Avenue∙ Sybrand Park ∙ Rondebosch www.durrestates.com

CLAREMONT

AXIS

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021 705 3507 / 021 705 1798 NEW RELEASE A/H 021 705 3903 GRASSY PARK - R620 000 Fax: 0866 456 755 3 bedrooms,fitted kitchen,lounge, axis.properties2@gmail.com family bath, garage, fully secured,

WANT A MARKET VALUATION?

MODERN NEW RELEASE

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Meet the finalists AMID the fun and laughter which can be expected at the annual Mardi Gras this year, 12 young ladies will be donning their best outfits and bearing their pearly whites as they vie for the prestigious People’s Post Miss Mardi Gras title on Friday night.After a tough judging process, dozens of hopefuls have been narrowed

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Jeandre Nathan from Ottery.

Marche Martin from Cravenby Estate.

Chere Daniels from Kenwyn.

Nonkoliseko Somagu from Philippi.

Tercia Kennedy from Mitchell’s Plain.

Imogan Smit from Ottery.

Prodigee Bossele from Grassy Park.

Alicia Davids from Mitchell’s Plain.

Sarah­Leigh Barber from Parklands.

Cindy Hector from Retreat.

Robyn Van As from Strandfontein.

Amahle Mfunda from Delft.

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Stormers run riot in Wellington LIAM MOSES

THE Western Cape has long been considered to be one of the most prolific producers of talented rugby players in South Africa, and one of the most prolific in the world. And this belief was proven again on Saturday, when a youthful Stormers team brushed aside the Boland Kavaliers in their first warm-up game of the 2012 Super Rugby season. The Stormers went into the match without the services of experienced players such Andries Bekker, Schalk Burger, Bryan Habana, Duane Vermeulen, Gio Aplon or any of the regulars who lead the team to victory in the South African conference of the 2011 Super Rugby campaign. However, despite the absence of so many first choice players, Alister Coetzee’s charges still managed to run in seven tries and win the match 45-17. The Stormers pack dominated the collision point from virtually the first minute, and it wasn’t long before they were to profit from their superior fervour for physicality. Young tight-head prop Frans Malherbe was the first to set the score-keepers to task when he barged over the try line in the fifth minute. Bolla Conradie, a player at the opposite end of the age and experience spectrum, was next to cross the whitewash for the Stormers, when he sliced through the Boland defence 10 minutes later. Conradie played with a hunger equal to any of his young team mates, and two minutes later he pierced Boland’s defence again, and grubbered through for Danie Poolman to chase. The wing was tackled without the ball in the in-goal area by a back-tracking Kavaliers defender, resulting in a penalty try for the Stormers.

Poolman visited Boland’s in-goal area again 20 minutes later, and this time the Kavaliers were unable to stop him from dotting down for the last try of the first half. The Stormers resumed their superiority in the early exchanges of the second-half, but some typical early-season errors and enterprising play from Boland lead to Tries from Jonathan Francke and Junior Bester in the 41st and 45th minutes respectively. Coetzee’s team were not to be outdone and hit back with scores from Namibian international flank Rohan Kitshof and No 8 Nizaam Carr in the 55th and 68th minutes respectively, and closed out the game with a try from stalwart hooker Tiaan Liebenberg, a second-half replacement, in the 80th minute. The comprehensive victory will help to allay fears that the team could be short on depth in key positions for this coming season. Conradie, who last played for the Stormers in 2010, proved a steadying hand at scrumhalf and will be an adequate replacement for first-choice scrumhalf Dewalt Duvenhage in case of an enforced lay-off. New signings Burton Francis, JP du Plessis and Gerhard van den Heever also performed well and could feature regularly this season. Francis, a former Blue Bulls player who was signed from the Lions, provides much needed cover at fly-half, a position where the Stormers have been short-staffed and injury-hit, while Du Plessis, who returned to South Africa after a spell in Australia playing both Rugby Union and Rugby League, will lessen the impact made by the departures of centres Johann Sadie (Blue Bulls) and Jacque Fourie (Japan), and Van den Heever, signed from the Blue Bulls, provides Coetzee with an excellent option at fullback or on either wing. The side’s other two off-season signings, Joe Pietersen and Deon Carstens, who both returned to South Africa after plying their

FUTURE STAR: Steven Kitshoff listens to advice from Stormers hooker Tiaan Liebenberg. Kitshoff is one of the many talented youngsters in the Stormers squad who could come to the fore this season. Photo: Nasief Manie trade abroad, did not take part in the game. The speedy development of youngsters at the union has also swelled the Stormers’ forward ranks. Props Frans Malherbe and Steven Kitshoff could see significant game time this season, while the team’s established lock partnership of Rynhard Elstadt and Andries Bekker will have to fight to stave off the challenge of Quinn Roux and Eben Etzebeth, and the presence Nizaam Carr, Yaya Hartzenberg, Siya Kolisi, Nic Koster, Nick Fenton-Wells and Rueben Johannes will ease the Stormers passage into life without

Springbok flank Francois Louw, who left for English club Bath at the end of last season. Coetzee will know that, despite winning the Currie Cup First Division in 2011, Boland are a world away from the quality they will face every week in Super Rugby. The Stormers will face stiffer opposition this week, when they clash with 2011 Currie Cup champions the Lions at Newlands on Friday.

SA ballroom champ off to Italy LIAM MOSES

A HEATHFIELD woman will fulfil the dream of a lifetime next month when she travels to Italy to train for and compete in major international ballroom events. Stephanie van der Poll, 21, has been competing in ballroom dancing events since she was 11 and last year she reached the apex of local competition circuit when she claimed both the Western Province and South African championships. Van der Poll says her reason for moving to Italy, on Wednesday 1 February, is to improve the standard of her own dancing, as well as the standard of dancing in South Africa. “I’m going to be living and training in Italy because the coaches are amazing compared to those in South Africa. The quality of dancing in Italy is amazing,” she said. “South African ballroom dancing isn’t considered to be very good because of how lazy our dancers can be. We want to change this international view of South Africa dancing and improve the standard and quality. We want to come back and be able to help young dancers.” During her time in Europe, Van der Poll and her Italian partner will compete in tournaments in Italy, Russia, Spain, Germany and other countries across the continent. Besides her provincial and national victories last year, Van der Poll also has several other major achievements to her name. In 2009, the University of the Western Cape dietetics student claimed third place in the national championships and in 2010 she went one better and claimed second. However, she has not always had it her own way. She was prevented from competing in the World Championships last year after her partner chose to give up dancing and focus on his studies. She only found her current partner, Italian Ezio Mattioli, in June last year, and they went into National Championships with only 20 days of practice under their belts. Thus far, Van der Poll’s expenses have been covered by her parents and her partner’s parents, but she is in desperate need

LEGENDS: Bernard and Roberta John­ son, from Lotus River, were hon­ oured as pioneers of ballroom danc­ ing in the Western Cape Photo: Mark Ward

Lotus River couple honoured MARK WARD

CHAMPION: Western Province and South Af­ rican ballroom champions Stephanie van der Poll and Ezio Mattioli. Photo: Supplied of sponsorship to fund her competition and training in Italy. Van der Poll says finding sponsorship will be beneficial to her career, other South African dancers and the sponsor as well. “I feel that we deserve sponsorship because we are willing to put in so much time. I’m putting my studies on hold because I know we have an opportunity to improve the status of South African dancers oversees,” said Van der Poll. “Dancing is very big in Europe. They have channels dedicated completely to dancing. Whatever sponsor we get, we will be putting their name out in the interviews. Any publicity we get they will get.” Anyone interested in helping Van der Poll can contact her at stephanie.vdpoll@gmail.com.

BERNARD and Roberta Johnson, a ballroom dance couple from Lotus River were amongst several sports stalwarts honoured as “legends” by the Western Cape sports community and the Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport. The couple started dancing in 1970, and they successfully continued competing as professionals until their retirement from competitive dancing in 1988. They then turned to coaching and have since produced numerous national junior, youth and adult ballroom champions. Bernard is the current president of the sport’s controlling body, Federation of Dance Sport South Africa (FEDANSA), and was also the national coach in 2001. Roberta has developed nine couples who represented South Africa at the World Championship since 1991. The Johnsons were one of 33 legends honoured during the ceremony but were unable to attend as they were at the national student championship in Bloemfontein. This was the seventh edition of the awards function, which took place just before Christmas at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. These awards honoured pioneers of different sporting codes who have contributed to the transformation and development of their particular sport. The recipients were recognised for their

contribution, not only on a national level but specifically to the Western Cape. This year legends in rugby, canoeing, dance sport, badminton, sailing and netball, were honoured. Ivan Meyer, MEC for Cultural Affairs and Sport in the Western Cape, was the keynote speaker at the event, and lauded the recipients for their contribution in upholding true sportsmanship. “A legend is not a hero. A hero is someone who will be remembered for now but a legend is someone who will be remembered forever. Today I am honoured and proud to be amongst you because you are true legends,” said Meyer. “We lived through painful times when the colour of your skin prevented you from stepping out onto the sports field, no matter how much talent you were blessed with. “We lived through a time where our own brothers and sisters left South Africa to go and play for other countries, which welcomed them and saw only a great sporting star. They didn’t see in black and white. Thankfully that time has passed. For this I am honoured to be in your presence. “Through your refusal to be put down by a racist political system, through your commitment to uplift your community and train your neighbours and their children, through your fighting and sporting spirit, we now live in a true democracy. A democracy that is colour-blind.”


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New rugby team for Retreat LIAM MOSES

A NEW rugby club is to be formed in Retreat and will be based at the Basil D’Oliveira Sports Complex in Heathfield. The club is the brain-child of Jan Burger, councillor of Ward 72, and Henry Moses, a community leader and member of the Retreat neighbourhood watch. According to Moses, the reason for forming the club is to help keep young people away from crime, drugs and violence. “I would like things to get better for the youth. We must do something to keep them busy,” said Moses. “There are a lot of youngsters doing nothing. We want to keep them on the right path by having workshops with them.” Moses, Burger, and former Springbok, Western Province and Stormers prop-forward Eddie Andrews, who is currently a ward councillor in Mitchell’s Plain, met with members of the community for the first time on Thursday 19 January to inform them about starting the club. Burger has been trying to get youth from the area playing rugby since 2007, when he first became councillor, and the meeting was the first tentative step towards establishing the club.

Moses and Burger named the side the JB Page Rugby Club, after Joseph Benjamin Page, former president of the Retreat and City and Suburban Rugby Clubs. According to Moses, Page had a massive impact on the lives of several young men in the Retreat area. “He was our Mr Rugby. He was the president of City and Suburban Rugby Union for about 21 years. He was the guy who kept Retreat Rugby Club together,” said Moses. “If we didn’t have him, what would have happened to us? My brother, myself, my friends? We could have turned out doing the wrong things. He kept us busy with rugby.” Moses added that before he and Burger settled on the name, he approached Page’s daughter to ask for permission. “Over the years no one has honoured his name. So I feel we must honour him. We must honour him for what he did for the community.” Moses himself has already had a similar influence on the lives of young people in the Southern Peninsula, one of whom has gone on to play at the highest level of rugby possible. Eddie Andrews started playing rugby at the Mitchell’s Plain Rugby Club, a team Moses helped to found. Andrews said that playing rugby helped him to change his mindset

and outlook on life, and that there were many benefits to playing the sport. “The benefit is that you are part of a different environment where you now have to contribute to a common goal,” said Andrew. “You have to think differently. There also won’t be time for considering taking part in the social ills in your community. You are exposed to social skills and most importantly you have a support structure.” “You realise that to achieve, you have to work harder. The bar has been raised.” Andrews added that he intends to stay involved with the club and will assist with coaching. The group will host a second meeting with residents on Thursday 23 February, at the Retreat Community Centre in Toring Road, and calls on anyone interested to attend. Contact Jan Burger on 083 415 3017 or Henry Moses on 082 461 0101 for further information.

ROLE MODEL: Eddie Andrews, a former Western Province, Stormers and Springboks prop forward, ad­ dresses a small crowd at the Retreat Community Hall in Toring Road. Re­ treat residents met on Thursday 19 January to discuss the formation of a new rugby club in the area. Photo: Liam Moses

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