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Plans to reach common ground TAMMY PETERSEN
ROTESTERS vowed that this weekend will be “round two” of their attempt to “occupy” Rondebosch Common – but this time, they plan to follow the legal route. Cosatu will host a protest at the common on Saturday from 10:00 to 12:00 in support of the demands made by Communities for Social Change, who attempted to “take over” the space last Friday for a weekend-long summit focusing on housing, unemployment, and the integration of poorer communities into the leafy suburbs. No authorisation had been given by the City for the summit or for a march, which was supposed to take place from Athlone Stadium to this national monument (“Prepare for common takeover”, People’s Post, 24 January). The organisation’s demands include the development of housing on Rondebosch Common and
golf courses to help with the provincial housing backlog. They also want the scrapping of council house tenants’ rent arrears. People living in poorer areas – ranging from Manenberg to Stellenbosch – were threatened with arrest at their meeting points in Athlone and Manenberg, and it is believed that close to 1 000 protesters dispersed owing to a heavy police presence. While about 60 determined activists made it to the Common, 40 were arrested under the illegal gatherings act, including convenor Mario Wanza. But Cosatu organiser Mike Louw says an application for permission to assemble at the common has been made to avoid a repeat of the debacle which unfolded at the national monument on Friday. The City of Cape Town confirms that the request has been received, and that a meeting between the organiser and the council will take place tomorrow.
DETERMINED: Maria Jordaan (54) is one of only about 60 people who eventually made it to the Rondebosch Common. Photos: Leanne Stander
The trade union slammed local government’s reaction to the march, asking how “a hundred people protesting peacefully could threaten the civil order of a city with millions of inhabitants”. Organisations within Rondebosch have also been invited to attend the protest. Wanza, who is also affiliated to Cosatu, says the participating organisations will “not back down” in its crusade towards “equality within this apartheid-style resistance”. He appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court yesterday (Monday) and was released on R500 bail, on condition that he does not take part in any other illegal protests. “It will take much more than this to get us to change course. This was a peaceful demonstration disrespected by authorities who used pre-1994-style tactics. We will not throw in the towel – we are not scared of this administration.” On Friday, hundreds of protesters were barred from reaching the common, as police monitored the routes and threatened participants with arrest as they walked and gathered at the designated meeting points. Various protesters told People’s Post that people are “too scared” of a face-off with the police, and opted to rather “back down” in the face of law enforcement. When People’s Post visited the common hours before the protest, locals said they believed the Metro Police would “manage to keep those hooligans out”. “They are going about things the wrong way,” a woman, who asked to be known only as Pat, said indignantly. “There are processes which need to be followed by the organisers. They should be faced with the full wrath of the law. This is a digni-
SILENCED: Protesters came from as far as Stellenbosch hoping to have their say at the weekendlong summit. fied area and such behaviour should not be tolerated.” John Richardson nodded in agreement. “I understand that they are living in absolutely dreadful conditions but what they are doing is simply not justified. They have to respect the common as a natural habitat and recreational area. This isn’t a piece of veld where they can just do what they like.” But protesters were determined to continue with the march, and weren’t prepared to back down without a fight. “These white people will never understand what we go through every day,” Desmond Titus said angrily. “They live in their cushy houses while we are moved to overpopulated areas like Delft and Blikkiesdorp. Why? There
is enough space on that stupid common to house 500 families!” Marita Salie said that despite severe arthritis, she would walk all the way to the Common “so that this council can see how serious this is”. “I want to invite any one of these fancy people who don’t want us here to come and spend a day in my hokkie. I am poor, and I am doing what I can as a citizen of this city to make my voice heard. I will support any future action, so if they want to arrest me, they must just try it. “Ek is reg vir hulle, want net soos ek in die apartheid jare gestruggle het, sal ek nou ook al aan struggle.” email@example.com
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
Muslims ‘have lost faith in the MJC’ REYANA STEYN
EMPERS flared this past week as the community and various Islamic organisations took on the Muslim Judicial Council (MJC) over the Orion Cold Storage company scandal.
ROYALTY: The winners of the People’s Post Miss Mardi Gras modelling competition which was held on Friday 27 January. The queen for the evening was Marche Martin from Cravenby, first princess was Imogan Smit from Ottery and second princess was Sarahleigh Barber from Parklands. The Mardi Gras, which started this past weekend, will continue on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at the William Herbert Sportsfield. Photo: Rashied Isaacs
The Cape Town-based frozen foods distributor has allegedly been importing pork products, kangaroo and water buffalo meat, and relabeling the products as beef and halaal. It is also alleged that Orion Cold Storage imported pork hearts from Belgium and Ireland, relabeling and selling them as beef or sheep veal hearts, marked as halaal. 3rd Degree showed undercover footage which apparently showed employees using heatguns to remove original labels and replacing them with halaal stickers. In the programme, the MJC did not comment, but held a press conference on Tuesday. Scores of people gathered outside in protest to show their dismay with the MJC Various members of the Muslim community feel that the MJC was not transparent enough with their dealings in the alleged halaal relabeling process. The MJC granted halaal clearance to consignments from Orion Cold Storage, but has since cut all its ties with the company. However, outraged Muslims have begun questioning the MJC’s halaal certifying process, with many calling for the organisation to be disbanded.
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Cassiem Parker, spokesperson for People Against Gangsterism and Drugs (Pagad), wants the MJC to be “run transparently” and is asking people to not buy anything that has been certified by the MJC. “Pagad initially became involved after being approached by people who asked if we could do something. We immediately called on consumer organisations, who also said they were prepared to act. “The MJC has not explained its halaal meat certification process to the public,” says Parker. “We want people to rather eat meat which has been certified by other Muslim bodies until these processes have been made public.” He says the MJC has failed in its responsibility to deliver halaal products to the community. “The MJC must take full responsibility if it is their fault. They should also investigate members of the MJC and hold those people responsible too.” He adds that if the MJC wants to be the service provider, it should set the record straight. “They should say this is the issue and this is the procedure which has failed and this is the person who is responsible, but up until today this has not been done.” Abduragman Khan, spokesperson for the Muslims Against Illegitimate Leaders, says the MJC has a history of not being transparent or being held accountable and it is time that this happens now. “It is a big violation that Muslims were sold pork. Muslims have lost faith in the MJC. They have been at the forefront of dividing people and they should be held accountable. “The certification is a money-making scheme.” Previously, Nabeweya Malick, spokesperson for the Muslim Judicial Council, told People’s Post that the registration of Orion Cold Storage had been revoked. “After it was ruled that Orion Cold Storage had been found guilty, the MJC had no dealing with Orion. The MJC condemns the crime as it shows disrespect to Muslim people. “We would like to assure the community that for 45 years all the proper procedures have been followed to ensure that halaal meats are given to the people.” She added that the chickens which the MJC certified at Orion Cold Storage were halaal. “A vet, inspector and members of the Department of Trade and Industry were present when the chickens arrived and everything was in order. The MJC had no jurisdiction over the Orion Cold Storage Facility and had no idea what was happening and condemns this action.” Khan, however, says this is not good enough and that the MJC has done irreparable damage. “When people lose faith, how do they get it back?” The paper tried to gain further comment from the MJC before going to print, but was unable to do so.
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‘Gang leader’ gunned down TAMMY PETERSEN
THE alleged leader of the Mongrels gang was killed in a hail of bullets during a drive-by shooting near Philippi police station on Sunday night. Sharugudien “Wolf” April (48), from Grassy Park, died at the scene while his passenger is fighting for her life after being shot in the stomach. Warrant Officer Ettienne Conradie, spokesperson for Philippi police, says April was driving in his silver Golf in Lower Ottery Road towards Hanover Park when a car pulled up alongside him at the corner of Hinds and Lansdowne roads at about 23:00. “The occupants then opened fire on April’s vehicle, hitting him in the neck and mouth. A bullet also pierced his throat,” he explains. “The woman also sustained bullet wounds and was taken to hospital
while April was declared dead at the scene.” Police believe that his assailants may have followed him from the Grassy Park area and taken the opportunity to pounce at the busy intersection. “During a search of the car, we also found a large, undisclosed amount of money in the cubby-hole,” Conradie adds. April was a familiar face in the Hanover Park area, and is the son of alleged gang boss Johnny Mongrel. Anyone with information about the incident is asked to phone Warrant Officer Phillips, who is investigating a case of murder and one of attempted murder, on (021) 690 1500.
COLLISION COURSE: A bread truck flipped on to its side after colliding with a car at the corner of Jordan Street as it was making its way on to Duinefontein Road, Manenberg, on Friday morning. No serious injuries were reported, but residents say that this is the second incident at the busy road in two weeks. Photo: Candice Paulsen
Contractor denies responsibility for lack of payment TAMMY PETERSEN
AN independent contractor accused of not paying all his employees has hit back that the non-payment is no fault of his. This comes after about 30 of the 100 people from Manenberg, employed by Njabulo Lighting to go from house to house installing Eskom-issued light bulbs during the festive season, say that they have been waiting for over a month to be paid. The team was employed for a two-week period to replace old globes with new energy savers in Manenberg, Primrose Park and Sherwood Park. Rifqah Solomons (26) says she is owed over R700 and despite checking her bank account every few days, has yet to see a cent of her hard-earned money. “The agreement was that we would be paid R1,50 for every bulb installed. We were instructed to visit houses in our demarcated area between 3 and 18 December, and that payment would be made two days later,” she explains. “I checked my bank account on 20 December and no deposit has been made. Several others faced the same problem. Our supervisor promised that the money would be available shortly.” But five weeks – and kilometres of walking – later, the commitment has still not been honoured, an irate Solomons explains. “I am unemployed and jobs like these are how I earn an income and survive. What they are doing is not fair. We did the work and now it’s time for them to pay up. I have a child I have to look out for and I need my money.” Rushda Moyce says her family is living from hand to mouth while she waits for her payment. “I am in hospital right now and my husband can’t even come visit me because there’s no money for him to get here. Every
time I approach the contractor, he promises me that my money has been deposited but my account is still empty.” But Vilakazi says that owing to incorrect or absent bank accounts, he has been unable to remunerate all the workers. “After Eskom paid me at the beginning of January, I paid the people who did the job. Thereafter, those who were not paid came to me and we realised that they had given me the wrong bank details. I then did a second run of payments so that those workers could have their money,” he says. “More people then came forward, and I pointed out that they had not given me their bank details. This instruction was given to them at the beginning of the project, and I cannot be held accountable because they neglected to do this.” He adds that any unpaid worker can contact him with their account particulars so that they can be remunerated. “But I want to make it perfectly clear, like I did when I contracted them, that no cash payments will be made. This is for my record purposes so that I can have documentation to prove that the money was indeed received by the employees,” Vilakazi said.
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
Minstrels gear up for finals TAURIQ HASSEN
WITH the minstrel season drawing to a close, many remain optimistic about their chances of winning this year’s coveted Carnival Trophy. Judged for their singing, marching, best dress, best band and board, they set their sights on becoming Cape Town’s finest minstrel troupe. Malick Laattoe, owner and director of Santam District Six Entertainers, believes the hard work of the team would pay off in the end. As defending champions, they are looking to win back-to-back Carnival Trophies. “Throughout the year, this team works hard to improve on every item we are involved in, that is why we are the champions and that is why we are capable of winning this carnival again,” says Laattoe. He added that lifting the Carnival Trophy is an “unexplainable gratitude of mixed feelings”. “Knowing that you are crowned no 1, the build up towards the final day, obstacles, the lows and the highs just pass you in a flash, a vivid memory,” Says Lattoe excitingly.
“As current champions, we have a daunting task as far as preparation and maintaining our standard of competition for the last day is concerned. Our motto is to keep our feet on the ground, stay focused and concentrate on the task ahead. No time for complacency and ‘All on Board’” Richard Stemmet, owner of the Pennsylvannian Crooning Minstrels, is no stranger to winning the Carnival Trophy, but knows that this year’s competition will be tough. Stemmet’s team found themselves in the champions seat 13 times in a row. “There’s been a lot of preparation and we know how tough it’s going to be, but our aim is not to take home that trophy, but to focus on establishing ourselves and the team,” says Stemmet. He believes that “discipline and dedication” are two key components in winning the carnival. “We have lots of youngsters within the team and it’s important to educate them, because they are the next leaders,” Stemmet added. Die Burger’s Happy Boys Entertainers, wowed the crowds at this year’s annual road march on Mon-
day 2 January and are firm favourites at next week’s finals. Adnaan Alexander, co-ordinator of the team, believes lots of hard work went into this year’s competition. “It’s now up to the judges and what they feel was the best, but we did our best and will go into the final prepared,” says Alexander. He added that dedication and commitment to the team plays a huge role in becoming successful in the competition. “The team makes lots of sacrifices, especially where family is concerned, but if you work hard, we always believe it pays off,” Alexander added. More teams to look out for in this year’s competition are the Ashwin Willemse Orient Community Entertainers, Lentegeur Superstars, Heideveld Entertainers, Golden Dixie Entertainers and many more. At the finals next weekend, the Group Song, Adult Coon Song, Best Female Band and Exhibition March Pass are the items to be performed. There will be no minstrel action this week, due to Moulood, but the competition finals is set to take place in Athlone Stadium on Saturday 11 February.
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Robbers corner woman outside Lansdowne bank TAMMY PETERSEN
POLICE are on the lookout for two armed robbers who cornered a woman as she entered a Lansdowne bank last Monday, making off with R55 000 she was about to deposit. At about 12:30, the 41-yearold woman from Strandfontein was entering through the revolving door when the duo blocked the door, Lansdowne police spokesperson Constable Nkululeko Mnyaka explains. “They grabbed the bag of cash and
ran to a Honda Ballade parked nearby. They fled into Church Street and drove towards Wetton,” he says. Witnesses, who were accompanying the woman, chased after the suspects as they made their getaway. At the corner of Church Street and Lansdowne Road, the suspects fired three shots at their vehicle before driving away. Nobody was injured. It is believed that the vehicle had five occupants. A case of robbery and one of attempted murder is under investigation and no arrests have yet been made.
. Thieves made off with two plasma TV sets when they burgled Absa in Lansdowne Road between Monday and Tuesday last week. Mnyaka says the bank manager closed the facility at 17:10. When staff arrived the next morning they found the front window, situated next to the ATMs, smashed. After investigating, it was found that two TV sets, valued at R12 000, had been stolen. A case of business burglary was opened and is currently under investigation. Phone the station on (021) 700-9000.
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
Your SMSes Lansdowne’s camera shy ‘ladies’ RE the Joanne Road article: I could not see any prostitutes in the photo. Did they all become very busy all of a sudden? Did they all have a meeting to attend? Or did they just hide from the camera? It seems like they don’t like free marketing publicity! Just joking. I know it must seem like a serious problem for those residents. As for the Rondebosch Common article; as far as I know, Cecil John Rhodes left Rondebosch Common in his will to the people of South Africa. He did not leave it to the municipality. That is why that property can never be sold or developed. I agree that permission must be granted for the various marches as they will be using public roads. I also agree that safety plans must be in place. So why don’t the council help the organisers
instead of threatening them. After all, their social issues (rampant unemployment, hunger, etc) are the root causes of crime. By addressing those issues, they will also be making an impact on crime. I think it is a noble cause that the council has obviously failed to address since the start of our democracy about 20 years ago. Richard Bosman should not be complaining about the organisers being 30 minutes late. He could have called them to confirm if they were on their way. Anything could have happened en route to the meeting. I think the council should make a more concerted effort to help the people who voted them into positions of power and also help the (disadvantaged) communities! ANONYMOUS Ottery
Criticism of local dancers ‘unfair’ YOUR report on ballroom dancing (“SA ballroom champ off to Italy”, People’s Post, Tuesday 24 January) and Stephanie van der Poll’s negative criticism of local dancers are unfair. As an ex-ballroom dancer myself, in these circles since I started, I am proud to say that in those days the Western Cape produced fantastic champions for many years. Cameron Johnson comes to mind, so does Lorelle Whitehead, Albert Kruger, Patti Gerbach, Phillip van Niekerk, Gavin van Rooyen and Lisa Samuels, who started long before the age of 10. Many dedicated teachers had their own
dance studios, including Jacky and Mercia Pryce. And who can forget our own World Ten dance champion, Michael Wenting? Yes, it was and still is a very competitive sport. It is just a great pity with so many TV channels available, ballroom and Latin American dance competitions are not featured very much. Television is a powerful medium to promote it and it can at least keep those interested out of mischief. LEWIS SCHROEDER Lansdowne
Festive convoy a great success AS A MEMBER of the Ottery Baptist Church, I appealed to one and all using your newspaper to donate toys or sweets and chips which we as a church could hand out to poor children on the day before Christmas. The response was not what I expected and some citizens actually used me and my friends as dumping grounds for their broken and very damaged toys. This reminded me of the Biblical story of Caine and Abel. Cain gave his worst fruit to God but Abel gave the very best of his flock. People from all over appealed to me that if there should be an overflow, would I pass over to them – so great is the need in our communities. We placed our faith and trust in God and to my surprise at the last minutes toys and sweets just flooded in. Some cases I want to mention: a little girl, Michelle Boshoff of Boshoff’s Nursery, made up over 100 gifts when she heard the call. Mr Lieu CEO of Chinatown donated a huge amount of toys and sweets and Mrs Carter of Constantia, a pensioner, donated toys she made with her hands. On Saturday 24 December, the convoy lined up at 08;30 at my home. It consisted of about 15 motorcycles, a red beach buggy driven by Father Xmas, and a police vehicle. Police stayed with the convoy from start to finish, as did the Ottery Fire Department A four-
tonne truck was decorated and filled with the donated toys and sweets and chips. As the convoy set off we were followed by friends in their private vehicles. The first stop was at the Bonnytoun informal settlement in Wynberg, second stop was at Flamingo informal settlement in Lansdowne, third was in Becott Road Wetton, fourth was the premises of Chinatown Ottery, where children from Freedom Park and Eden Park Informal settlements and farm employees children of the surrounding area in large numbers were waiting for us. The final stop was in George Rd, Ottery, where a very large crowd awaited us. The Metro police were in attendance and had to close off the road during the handing out of the gifts. KEITH BLAKE Ottery
Joanne Road – a prostitution hotspot . About the problem in Joanne Road, Lansdowne, which is infested with prostitutes: They are there because the drug dealers are in the area. Get rid of the drug houses and the pathetic, disgusting women will vanish along with their mentally challenged customers. Finish and klaar. . Maybe we should be able to name and disgrace their customers. Publish their number plates. I am a resident in Ambrose Crescent and I wish I could have the number plates published of customers parking in this road to purchase drugs in Silica Walk. . Do you know that the authorities also make use of these ladies’ services at night? I’m a driver and have seen it many nights. Amina Finding common ground . Your headline “Prepare for common takeover” refers. Wanza claims that “we don’t have space to move”; this is not caused by people living in affluent areas. It is caused by the irresponsible use of the penis. Twenty kids per person is a crime against humanity. Leave our public open spaces alone. Why not have your protest at Athlone Stadium? . I support the takeover of Rondebosch Common for development, job creation and housing for the poor. . I believe the poor have the right to stand up and to say “no more will we be treated as if we don’t contribute to this country of ours”. We have right to housing as most of us work and pay taxi fare but the money is not enough to apply for a bond at the bank. The wealth in this country is being distributed unfairly whereby certain minorities that have money can have a say in the country but the poor have none. . We all know that we all have a biological right to have children. We need to remember that we don’t need to
exercise that right. We don’t need sex to live. . There are other more civilised ways and alternative venues that can be used to get freebies from government! I hope the resident snakes on Rondebosch Common bite a few protesters! . Mario Wanza, stop using the word “poor” when referring to our people because we will become poor if you say so. Believe in God and we will prosper. . Once again, an ecofriendly piece of ground is under threat by communities who continue to breed even when they can’t feed their families. The more the poorer sector insist on increasing their families, the less housing there will be for them. Birth control education or enforcement of one child per family needs to happen first before the entitlement of taking over of common ground. Get things in perspective. . No to losing one of the last green lungs in the city to squatters and badly built ANC shacks. . The invasion of land at the Rondebosch Common must be a joke. Those poor communities are criminally intent. Crime will double and the tikkoppe will cause mayhem in the leafy suburbs. Let them rot on the Cape Flats. . It’s an injustice that we as white South Africans live so affluently while the majority of the people in SA live in poverty. There is plenty of land and wealth and it needs to be utilized to help those in need. . The rich work hard to earn their wealth, they don’t peddle drugs and behave like hooligans or steal what doesn’t belong to them. They pay a lot of money to live in privileged areas! You can’t get things for nothing! You can’t expect to come and live in privileged areas with your thieving ways and uncouth behaviour! Work hard, educate yourself, behave yourself and don’t do drugs and eventually you can own your
and City Vision are print media partners of the Big Walk. All the entries support Red Cross Children’s Hospital and a community library. The legacy of the walk has been embraced by the people of Cape Town and it has the ongoing support of the City of Cape Town as official partner. The walk’s 10th annivesary was celebrated in 2009 and it was the first public event inaugurating the use of the West Forecourt of the new Cape Town Stadium. The 10km Big Walk will take
Just a thought . Will the residents in (house number withheld) St Johns Street stop setting off their fireworks in the park late at night as it’s against the law to do this in a residential area. You have no consideration for the rest of us and our pets as they are the ones most affected be your actions. Councillor Anthea Green, please ensure that the gates get locked at night. . How about an arrow for cars turning left into Oliver Tambo Drive when the light is red for cars in Vanguard Drive? In response . I questioned a zealot the other day at the break of dawn, and asked if he believed in ghosts. He said “no, I’m a religious guy”. He only believes in the holy one. Holy moly? . Thank you, Jason Bosch, for a well written letter. Anon, Lansdowne . I passed the grounds of a school at midday on Tuesday. All the children were practising for sports. They were wearing t-shirts, shorts but no hats. Not one had a hat on and all were sitting in the full midday sun. Teachers, use your common sense. It’s common knowledge to wear hats in the sun! . The entertainment at the Mardi Gras is always good. However, since the revival of the event the stalls resemble a fleamarket. If I need AMC Classic pots I can get them at a supermarket; if I need samoosas I can get them at Wembly. The concept of the Mardi Gras has been lost. If it has not changed this year, it will be our last visit. Steve Just a thought . I suggest that People’s Post add a section on items which have been stolen to help reduce crime and prevent anybody from buying stolen goods. Let’s give it a try at least, please. Cheers. Ish
Cyclists: obey the rules of the road I FULLY support Mark Kleinschmidt’s plea to respect all road users (“Write to us”, People’s Post, 24 January). Unfortunately, he does not stress the fact that cyclists are also required to obey road laws. Sadly, records show that a fair proportion of cyclist accidents are caused by the cyclist ignoring the law. To illustrate: on Thursday 26 January at ap-
proximately 7:00 my wife and I made to cross Lansdowne Road at Second Ave under the (supposed) protection of the pedestrian green light, when a cyclist came full speed down Lansdowne, forcing us to jump out of his way, and showing no regard for the red light against him. After all, pedestrians are also road users! HENRY EDWARDS Claremont
Sun continues to shine on SA’s biggest 10km walk THIRTEEN YEARS after it launched the popular 10km Big Walk along the scenic coastline of Sea Point, the Exco of the event has welcomed two new major sponsors on board. The announcement was made at Wembley Centre in Athlone on Thursday 24 January. Cape Oil and Margarine, manufacturers of the brand Sunshine D, and Polar Ice Cream are new title sponsors of the event, which will now be known as the Sunshine D Polar Ice Cream 10km Big Walk. Media24’s People’s Post, Die Burger
place on Sunday 4 March. Walkers will meet at the start in the West Forecourt of the Cape Town Stadium at 07:30 and walk along the Sea Point promenade and finish inside Green Point Park. Entry forms are available at the offices of the Big Walk, 3 Mavis Road, Rylands, as well as at Radio 786, Voice of the Cape, outlets of the sponsors and the new offices of Muslim Views. Registration of entries, which involves the issuing of race numbers to each walker, will take place at the College of Cape Town,
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BIG WALK LAUNCH: The CEO of Red Cross Children’s Hospital Trust, Lou ise Driver, at the media launch of the 10km Sunshine D/Polar Ice Cream Big Walk. This will be the 13th year that the walk which is known as the “third biggest social sporting event in Cape Town”, takes place.
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Tuesday 31 January 2012 EBUYERS 31.01.12-1B9WTHV
Everything we touch turns to SOLD
COME AND MAKE US AN OFFER!! Ottery – Carissa circle – R589 000 neg Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet
Portlands - off Barbados str – R 385 000excl Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet ++1bed separate entrance – enclosed
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 – Torbay Road – R649 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
Goodwood – Wiener Street – R 799 000excl Freestanding, 3 bedr., diningr., lounge, kitchen, bathr./toilet, garage on 500sqm plot
Bonteheuwel – R269 000 excl / R279 000 2bed/3 bed home, lounge kitchen, bath/toilet, enclosed
WOODSTOCK: R699.000excl PERFECT Location, Close CBD, Semi, 2Beds, Make me an OFFER SHEREENA 072 435 4085
PARKTOWN: R550.000excl Semi, 3Beds(2xB), Lnge cm Drm, FFK, Carport, 2xF/Bath, Braai, W/House. KAREN 079 808 3877
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 411m. ABDULLATIEF 074 526 6518
BONTEHEUWEL: R360.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Encl, Vibacrete, S/Gates. NORMAN 083 772 8912
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
VANGUARD ESTATE: R895.000 4Beds (2xB), FFK, Plot 506m, Bonus A G/Flat, Encl & Brick Paved, Neat. SHEREENA 072 435 4085
BONTEHEUWEL: R260.000excl Semi, 1Bedroom, F/Bath, Kitchen, Asbestos roof, Enclosed. MARIAM 082 641 2157
OTTERY: R550.000excl Duplex 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, FFK, Storerm, P/Bay, E/Garden, Encl, S/Gates. NAJWA 082 377 7027
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 ABDULLATIEF 074 526 6518
CAPE TOWN: R15million Cnr Pepper & Bree Prime Location, This Will Go Quick, R15million Neg. SHEREENA 072 435 4085
KENWYN: R1050.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Ent.Hall, Lnge cm Drm, 2xF/Bath, Kitchen, Garage, 620m. NORMAN 083 772 8912
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
MAYNARD VILLE WYNBERG R599.999excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Bath, S/toilet, Lounge, FK, Garage (1xCar). IRFAAN 083 947 4327
BONTEHEUWEL: R340.000excl Mais, 2Beds (1xBics), F/Bath, FFK, Carport, Enclosed JESICHA 073 698 9260
FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 6.5% COMMISSION
HANOVER PARK R395,000neg
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Lovely bargain! - 5Beds-2bic's & 2mes,lounge,2ffkitchens,fam bathrm,carport- 3cars, pondwater feature,rem dbl gararge
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R480,000neg Stunning Modern Flat Neat 2Beds bic's, lounge, ffkitchen, bathrm & parking bay
Neat Flat - 2Beds-bic's, lounge, ffkitchen, bathroom & parking bay
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House + Granny Flat 4 beds, mes, lounge, fitted kitchen, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, family bathroom, Garage (2 Cars), enclosed. burglar bars + Granny Flat. Outside room/Potential Granny Flat. What A Bargain!
Brooklyn R549 000
Plumstead R949 000
3 beds, lounge/dining, fitted kitchen, bathroom, sunroom, garage + Pool.
Remaxultra 24 01 12 1B97W4A
2Beds-mes,bic's,ffkitchen,ent area - built inbraai,pool,outside shower & toilet,dbl gar,automated carport,g/flat,elec fencing DONNIVAN 083 261 2770
Westgate R359 000
3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, paved front area, Neat Inside.
Large Grounds, Behind Virgin Active Cute 2 beds, lounge, bathroom, kitchen. Enclosed. Large Plot(311m²)
Delft R139 000
Muizenberg R559 000
Priced to sell! - Duplex 2Beds-1 bic's,ffkitchen, lounge,diningroom,bathroom & parking for 2 cars BASIL 082 414 8232
PENLYN ESTATE R450,000
Modern Family Home - 3Bedscloset,lounge,bathrm,ffkitchen, alarm,b/bars,pool,paved driveway, dbl garage-automated BASIL 082 414 8232
You snooze you loose 2Beds-bic's, lounge, ffkitchen, bathroom, comm yard & parking bay PAM 073 344 9161
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Cute 3 beds converted into 2 beds, can be converted into 3 beds again, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom. Face-Brick and aluminium window frames make it low maintenance.
Very neat grd floor flat 2Beds - bic's,ffkitchen,lounge, bathroom+sep toilet, backyard & parking bay
Just move in - 3Beds-bic's,mes, 2 lounges, d/room, ffkitchen,bathrm,sep toilet,garage,2Bed sep ent GRAHAM 083 741 4953
CALL MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 083 482 4250
Bonteheuwel Only R269 000
Grassy Park R699 000
Summer Greens Only R479 000
3 beds, lounge, bathroom, fitted kitchen. (If your combined wages is R8 800.00 per month you can buy this house)
Large 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed +++ 2 Bedroom Granny Flat
Free-Standing 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, tiled lounge, covered yard area, +++ Garage. Close to local Shopping Centre and CANAL WALK.
Mandalay Only R789 000
Macassar Only R349 000
(Next To Bonteheuwel Station)
(Close to Wittebome Station)
Free-Standing Cute 2 beds, tiled lounge, fully fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, braai + Garage. MARK ANTHONY 2 10X4 31 01 12
RAWSON OTTERY 310112 1B9U51F.cdr
Beacon Valley Only R249 000
Close To Koeberg Road 1 Large bedroom, kitchen, toilet Large 3 beds, lounge, bathroom, + Incomplete 2 bedroom garage,Grounds. renovation.
DONNIVAN 083 261 2770
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Mark Anthony1 310112 1B9SKF0
Montague Village Only R329 000
Very neat & modern duplex 2Beds bic's,lounge, ffkitchen,bathroom,yard built in braai,2 parking bays
PENLYN ESTATE R1680,000neg
ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 082 673 1503 Portlands (Free-Standing) Only R389 000
Modern 2Beds-main bic's, lounge, ffkitchen, bathtroom, ent area, garage facade, fully secured
(House + Granny Flat)
(4 beds, 5 Bathrooms)
Very Large 5 bedrooms, separate bath & toilet, large lounge, massive fitted kitchen+ laundry, outside maids room + garage. 446m2 Plot.
Large 4 beds, 2 en-suites + family bathroom, large lounge with fire-place, dining room, spacious, beautiful fully fitted kitchen with breakfast nook, outside maids room with shower & toilet, long drive-way & double garage +++ Very large Granny Flat.
Free-Standing , Lovely 3 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, tiled thru-out, drive-thru garage, grounds. (If your combined wages is R11 000.00 per month you can buy this house)
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Pam Golding 10x8 31-01-12-1B9TDHV.cdr
ZEEKOEVLEI R1, 275 Million NEW RELEASE
BEDS: 5 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 2
WEB ACCESS: ANDY 074 470 7068
GRASSY PARK R830 000
SOLDS BY U
BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 2 WEB ACCESS: ANDY 074 470 7068
EAGLE PARK R635 000 NEW RELEASE
Andy 074 470 7065 SOLE MANDATE
BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1| GARAGE 2
WEB ACCESS:KW1062188 Pool & Entertainment area ANDY 074 470 7068
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
ROYAL CAPE R1.495 Million NEW RELEASE
FAIRWAYS R995 000 NEW RELEASE
SOLE SOLE MANDATE MANDATE
BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 1 + Swimming pool + Granny Flat WEB ACCESS: KW1069682 RAZEEN 072 619 8155
SOLDS BY U
BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 1 WEB ACCESS: KW1069687 RAZEEN 072 619 8155
RETREAT R725 000 NEW RELEASE
Razeen 072 619 8155 SOLE MANDATE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | PARKING: 4 | WEB ACCESS: KW1072846 PAM GOLDING RAZEEN 072 619 8155 10x8 10 05 11-1AQ2U1F.cdr
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
Welcome win for Milano THE smiles on the faces of the Milano United players said it all as they trotted off the Rooikrans turf in Grassy Park following their hardfought 1-0 win against Mitchell’s Plain United in a Safa Vodacom Regional League encounter on Saturday.
The win, which was a relief team manager, Rafiek Taylor, couldn’t have come at a better time since the Grassy Parkbased side had experienced indifferent results, losing 2-1 to Jomo Power and Salt River Blackpool (1-0) at home and being held to a draw by Ajax Cape Town (2-2) and FC Tygerberg (1-1) in
their last four starts. “Lady Luck has not been on our side and perhaps this long awaited win against Mitchell’s Plain United will be the start of better things to come. We deserved this win because the players have worked tirelessly and are fully aware what is expected from them following our standing in the league. “There is still plenty of hard work to do in building the side into a competitive unit, but I’m confident we can still hold on to our top of the log position,” said Rafiek Taylor. The win sees Milano United back at the top of the standings – 27 points from 13 games with
Ajax Cape Town placed second (25 points) after being held to a 1-1 stalemate against Old Mutual Academy at Pinelands on Saturday. Nevertheless, both Milano and MP United in the opening exchanges grafted like students burning the midnight oil on the eve of the big examination and though Keagan Galant and Nasieg Fredericks of MP United prowled the goal area like a fox on the run – none of them were able to pierce home the opening goal in the first ten minutes of absorbing actionpack soccer. It was Jayard Visagie between the sticks for Milano United who stole the limelight
ANYWHERE WILL DO: Ashwin Pe ters, of Ath lone side Jordan Cal lies, clears the ball as Woodlands United play er Keaton Japhta at tempts to block his clearance. Woodlands won the Metropoli tan Premier Cup playoff 10.Photo:
with some breath-taking saves and that kept the visitors from scoring. In the 85th minute Tasrique Ahmed – one of the home side’s up-and-coming stars scored the decisiva goal with a stunning header off a Shaun Daniels cross that left MP United clutching invisible straw. The other Vodacom Promotional League results: Royal Blues 3, Ikapa Sporting 2; Jomo Power 1, Peace Makers FC 0; Old Mutual Academy 1, Ajax Cape Town 1; Mbekweni United 1, Oriented Birds 0; Cape Town All Stars 1, Salt River Blackpool 0; Glendene United 3, Hanover Park FC 0; FC Tygerberg 2, Steenberg United 1.
BEATEN: Kyle Wheelen of Glend ene Unit ed ma noeuvres the ball around goalkeep er Unathi Tiso, of Manen berg side Chelsea United, to score dur ing a Met ropolitan Premier Cup playoff match. The game was played at the Greens in Manenberg and ended in a 30 victory for Glendene.Photo: Rashied Isaacs
Home side falls apart in tense game DURBANVILLE dealt Athlone Athletics’ defence of the Major League title a blow at Parktown on Saturday. The northern suburbs visitors won this closely contested encounter 3-1 after a tense 10th frame standoff to blast the title race wide open. Durbanville drew level in the top of the ninth frame, following an infield error which allowed Tyrone Baglionie to race home. Just before this, Athlone’s coach Neil Adonis replaced Carl Michaels with Lloyd Stevens on the mound. Michaels held the reigns tight on the visitors’ hard-hitting batters during his eight frames on the mound. He allowed only five hits and struck out 11 batters. But then the home side fell apart with a lapse in concentration. With none down, Dylon Coetzer pounced on errors to put his team 1-2 while Terence le Roux drove the nails of disappointment deeper into the broken hearts of the A’s fans when crossing the home-plate on a hit from his coach, Glen Buckley. Garth Terry and Coetzer shared the pitching duties for the visitors. But before this tense two-frame, tempers flared when a scuffle broke out between players at first base with several of them becoming involved in heated verbal altercations. The incident seemed to have troubled A’s more as their game just fell apart when the game resumed after 10 minutes. Buckley praised his charges for their fine efforts. “I guess we are back in contention for the league title. But this weekend we face a stern challenge when we travel to Chukker Road on Friday to take on VOB, while on Sunday we host Bellville. So yes, we need to take heart from this victory and prepare for a tough double header,” said Buckley. Bellville meanwhile thumped Helderberg Pirates 14-1.
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OLD PORTLANDS – WOODLANDS – R580 000 – R670 000 – VENICE CLOSE ARTEMIS WAY DOUBLE STOREY CNR PLOT,VERY – JUST NEAT - 3 BEDSRENOVATED. BIC, FULLY 4 BEDS(BIG FITTED MAIN) – BIC ALL, KITCHEN,GARAG 2 BATHROOMS, E + PARKING, LOUNGE, DINING POOL, AREA. ENTERTAINMENT FULLY FITTED AREA KITCHEN
OLD STRANDFONTEIN – R515 000 – DINGHIE CIRCLE 3 BEDS – LAMINATED FLOORS , FULLY FITED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE
WESTRIDGE – R360 000 – SIMONDIUM WAY 3 BEDS, FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE, SECURE PARKING.
DELFT LANCASTER ROAD R185 000 FULLY ENCLOSED, 2 BEDS, LOUNGE, BATHROOM & KITCHEN ON A BIG PLOT
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STRAND-FONTEIN STRAND- R620 000 – FONTEIN – BEAGLE WAY R530 000 – 3BEDS, BIC IN ANZIO WAY TWO, FFK, 3 BEDS, BIG SEPERATE LOUNGE, FULLY BATHROOM/ TOILET, FITTED ENCLOSED KITCHEN, TANDEM DRIVE CARPORT 3 CARS, THROUGH GARAGE, GARAGE WITH SERVANTS CARPORT QUARTERS
EASTRIDGE – R250 000 – LEMUR WAY 3 BEDS, KITCHEN, LOUNGE, SECUIRE PARKING
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PEACOCK CLOSE – PELICAN PARK – R510 000 BIG PLOT, 3 BEDS – BIC, LOUNGE, FITTED KITCHEN, SECURE
GRASSY PARK OTTERY – – R720 000 – R720 000 SLOSTER AVE 3 BEDS – BIC 460 Sqm – 3 IN MAIN, BEDS, KITCHEN, LOUNGE TILED SEPERATE LOUNGE, ENTRANCE – 2 FFK, BEDS, LOUNGE GARAGE 3 FITTED CARS KITCHEN, BATHROOM PARKING
OLD COLORADO – KUILSRIVER – R590 000 – PENHILL ESTATE TRACY ROAD – R1 500 000 RENOVATED LIKE 2000 Sqm PLOT, NEW. BIG 3 BEDS + BIC, 3 BEDS – BIC IN ALL, FFK, FAM MES, FFK, BATHROOM, GARAGE LOUNGE, 2 + LOTS PARKING RECEPTION +++ SEPERATE ROOMS, INDOOR ENTRANCE – 2 BRAAI AREA, SUN BEDROOMS , FITTED ROOM, POOL, KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE , DOUBLE GARAGE, BATHROOM CARPORT.
STRANDLONDON FONTEIN – VILLAGE – R595 000 – R560 000 – SALERN O WAY ROSEWOOD 2 BEDS – MAIN-EN DRIVE SUITE. LOUNGE; 4 BEDS, LOUNGE FFK; SEPERATE AND DINETTE, BATHROOM &TOILET. GARAGE FITTED KITCHEN, FAMILY 3 CARS. SEPERATE BATHROOM, ENTRANCE 2 TANDEM GARAGE ROOMS, FITT 3 CARS + LOTS KITCHEN, PARKING BATHROOM
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WAVECREST – R680 000.00 AGHULAS WAY 6 BEDS - MES, 2 BATHROOMS, LOUNGE, DINING AREA, TANDEM GARAGE 3 CARS
LENTEGEUR – LAVENDER WAY – R270 000 VERY NEAT 2 BEDS, SECURE PARKING, BIG YARD
LENTEGEUR – TRITONIA WAY – R295 000 2 BIG BEDS, EN-SUITE, LOUNGE AND DINING AREA, FITTED KITCHEN, CARPORT
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RONDEBOSCH EAST / LANS DOWNE Very near Islamia. 3 beds (mes), lnge/dining, fitd kitch. Attached to the main house is a large bedrm (bics) ensuite, large o/p fitd kitch, laminate floors & tiled throughout, gar, plenty parking. Plot 680 m², borehole, alarmed, security gates all round. R1,495M. OTTERY Mayfield Security village • f/standing 3 bedrms (bics in 1), lam floors, fitd kit, gar façade. Close to Wetton Circle & Ottery Hyper. R729 000 MANENBERG Urgent sale. Letaba Rd. 2 large beds, big family bathrm, fitd kitch, lnge, double tandem garage and huge entertainment / games room. R389 000. SHAHIEDA HALIM PROPERTIES (C) 082 579 6281 Email : email@example.com
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
R320 000 MUIZENBERG 304 square meter Vacant Land in a Security Complex. MARK 072 545 1143
3 Bedrooms Lounge, Dining, fitted Kitchen, family Bathroom (shower), 1 bed Sep Entrance + shower, Labourer Toilet.
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R680 000 WYNBERG
R230 000 HANOVER PARK,
R695 000 RETREAT
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R320 000 SEAWINDS MARK 072 545 1143
4 Bedrooms, 3x Bathrooms, Guest Toilet, Lounge, Dining Room, Fitted Kitchen, Garage + extra Parking
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R150 000 CAPRICORN 3 Bedrooms, family bathroom, lounge, and sep-entrance PETER AFRICA 072 095 9876
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R480 000 SEAWINDS
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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
R950 000 ZEEKOEVLEI
R750 000 EAGLE PARK
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CHALLENGE: Clayton Williams (in blue), of Grassy Parkbased side Evertonians, jumps to control the ball ahead of Matroosfontein player Junaid Ismail at the Greens in Manen berg on Sunday 29 January. The teams played to a 00 draw in a Metropolitan Premier Cup playoff match. Photo: Rashied Isaacs
Tuesday 31 January 2012
Non-racial sport in the Western Cape MARK WARD
THE state of non-racialism and development in Western Cape sport will be the subject of an independently hosted symposium. Cheryl Roberts, a respected sports activist who in recent years has actively campaigned for female participation in sport, will host the event in conjunction with the Sport and Recreation Council of the City of Cape Town. The former table tennis star, who participated at the 1992 Olympic Games in Athens, said the reason for the hosting of the seminar is the slow pace of transformation in South African sport. “This is a platform to engage in dialogue and conversation about our guiding principle, non-racialism in sport,” said Roberts. “It will focus on, and try to thrash out, what we should know and implement when we talk about development and developing sport.” The event will take place on Saturday 4 January from 09:00 at the Athlone Stadium. According to Roberts, the symposium is independently hosted. It is open to all, especially officials and administrators at provincial level, leaders of sports councils, district associations, club and community sports structures, coaches and selectors, tertiary education sports officials and government officials. “We need many minds to be exposed to non-racialism in sport. Twenty years after sports unification, following decades of anti-apartheid sport struggle, we have been catapulted into an era of money and professional sport, with class, colour and gender imbalances,” said Roberts. “Development is vital for every sport if they are to survive into the future, but participation has, over this period, dwindled. “I don’t think the emphasis should be on elite participation but on building the foundation of sport, in conjunction with local government and sports federations. By implementing development programmes, we must work from a non-racial perspective.” Additionally, all delegates attending the symposium will receive a copy of Roberts’ book titled “No Normal Sport In An Abnormal Society. Struggle For Non-Racial Sport in South Africa: From Apartheid To Sports Unity” For more information call Roberts directly on 082 691 8547.
Collegians kick off COLLEGIANS Rugby Football Club youth team will start practising on Sunday 5 February. Practice will take place at the Lentegeur Sports grounds from 09:00 to 11:00. Registration will be held on Sunday 12 February and players should bring a copy of their birth certificate or identity document and an ID-size photo. Contact Armien Brink on 083 233 8635 or Toyer Dames on 079 522 2775.
Players needed REGISTRATION for the 2012 season is now open for all current and prospective Strandfontein Football Club players and members. Registration can be renewed at the Blou Dakke complex and BP Garage in Wavecrest on Saturday 4 and 11 February from 09:00 until 11:30. Registration will also take place every Tuesday and Thursday at the Strandfontein Sports Complex from 17:30 until 19:00. Existing members should complete a registration form for 2012, while new members must provide two colour ID photo’s and copies of Birth Certificate and Identity document. Parents are requested to please accompany Junior players. Prospective players can check the Strandfontein AFC page on Facebook for more details or call Gerard Kemp on 083 604 0199.
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Football authorities must do more Post match LIAM MOSES
THE football fraternity and sports fans all around the country were stunned by the news that yet another talented, young athlete has been killed. Jeffrey Ntuka, a former Bafana Bafana defender, was stabbed to death near his girlfriend’s house in Kroonstad in the Free State on Saturday 21 January, after reportedly asking someone for a match. He was 26. The defender was once considered to be such a bright prospect that he was signed by English football powerhouse Chelsea in 2003, but his progress was hampered by alcohol abuse and indiscipline. Unfortunately, his story is not an uncommon one in local football – where players often seem to rise from obscurity to stardom, and from poverty to relative wealth, overnight. And then plummet back down to earth even faster. Jabu Pule and Mbulelo Mabizela are perhaps two of the most famous examples of extremely talented footballers who went off
the rails after struggling to deal with their new-found fame and wealth, but there are many others. Despite the high prevalence of this problem, the South African Football Association, the Premier Soccer League and the clubs which employ players are yet to come up with a successful way to prevent it. Footballers need to be taught the necessary life skills to stop themselves from falling prey to drugs, alcohol and excessive lifestyles, and a support system for players also needs to be developed. Together, the stakeholders need to ensure that players are taught, from a young age, how to stay in control off the pitch, as well as on it. The sad reality in South Africa is that not all citizens are taught this at home or at school. The PSL and the clubs in it benefit greatly from the talents of these players, and although they pay their salaries, they owe it to the players and supporters to make sure they lead healthy lives. It also makes sense from a business perspective. Professionals clubs have been guilty of abandoning troubled players too quickly in the past. Although it’s understandable that a company which exists to make as much profit as possible, and employs players to help
them achieve this, would not want to carry on paying a player if he is not performing, it is not acceptable that a club can abandon a player without helping him find the help he needs.
Ructions in SA Baseball MARK WARD
SERIOUS divisions emerged in the ranks of the South African Baseball Association during the organization’s aborted annual general meeting, which took place at Cape Town International Airport at the weekend. The election of a new president was put on ice after it emerged that Mark Alexander, the incumbent president, could not have his way in naming Greg Lenders, the current president of Western Province baseball, as his successor. Alexander, who is also the current president of SA Rugby, indicated last year that he would vacate the position, but it now appears that he will hold on to the post until he has his way. Edwin Bennett, CEO of SA Baseball, confirmed that the elections have been postponed. “We need to workshop the proposed new structure to meet the requirements of the challenges we are facing in the future,” said Bennett. “It was with this in mind that we postponed the meeting. The election will then take place and the regions are welcome to nominate their own candidates.” The election of office bearers has now been postponed until 31 March, but this did not go down well with some delegates. A delegate who did not which to be named “for strategic reasons” said the timing, venue and funding for delegates to attend the meeting was questionable. He said it would have been more viable to have held the meeting in Gauteng, where the majority of regions are situated. Some delegates are understood to have traveled long hours by bus and car to attend. Several delegates from the association’s 15 regions support the nomination of John Oliver, head of South Africa Schools Baseball, to take over from Alexander. This appears to have been the hiccup that prompted Alexander to ask for a postponement until the new structure has been workshopped. Oliver confirmed that he was prepared to take over the president’s position if elected. “Yes, I was prepared to take over from Alexander. This was only because the president (Alexander) said he was stepping down,” said Oliver. “I will now, however, reconsider this position when the AGM is reconvened.” Some delegates said the meeting was a “waste of time, money and resources”.
ROUGH LANDING: Glyness Koopman of Westridge Yankees, a Mitchell’s Plainbased side, dives into third base and beats a tag from Astrid van Kerestern of Athlone team Glenthorne A’s during a super league match played at Turfhall Park on Sunday. Westridge Yankees won the topofthetable clash 30. Photo: Rashied Isaacs
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Tuesday 31 January 2012
South Peninsula teams move forward LIAM MOSES
EAMS from the Southern Peninsula advanced ever closer to the finals of the Metropolitan Cup this weekend, when they triumphed in the second-last round of qualifiers before the competition proper. The matches took place at The Greens sports complex in Manenberg and featured teams from as far afield as George and Boland. A total of 32 teams took to the field
BEATEN: Kyle Wheelen of Glendene United ma noeuvres the ball around goalkeeper Unathi Ti so, of Manenberg side Chelsea United, to score during a Metropolitan Premier Cup play off match. The game was played at the Greens in Manenberg and ended in a 30 victory for Glendene. Photo: Rashied Isaacs
on Sunday. Roger Clayton, spokesperson for the tournament’s organisers, said that the 165 teams who started in the play-offs last year will be whittled down to just 14 after the last round of matches, next weekend. “This weekend coming is the last of the qualifiers. We started with 165 teams and we are left with 28. There have been five rounds of qualifiers in total,” said Clayton. “The last round next weekend is a roundrobin phase. There will be seven groups of four and they will play a league round. The two teams finishing on top of every group will qualify for the tournament.” The Southern Metropole teams which competed in the tournament on Sunday were Woodlands United FC, Heath Athletic, Evertonians, Rygersdal FC, Leeds Lentegeur SC, Chrystal Palace, Glendene, Chelsea Manenberg, Greenwood, Ariel Spurs, Oriental Gunners, Valhalla FC, Devonshire Rovers, Crusaders, Junction Rovers, Westridge F&N Club, Celtic, Clyde Pinelands, Silver Spurs, Woodlands United, Young Idols and Jordan Callies AFC. In total, 22 teams from the Southern Metropole played on Sunday, but only seven made it through to the final this week. Valhallah United, from Valhalla Park, qualified with an aggregate of 5-1, after beating George United 3-1 in the first match and 2-0 in the second. Mitchell’s Plain side Woodlands United FC beat their Athlone-based opponents Jordan Callies AFC 1-0 in their first leg match, and then increased the deficit with a 2-0 victory later in the day. A solitary goal was enough to see Rygersdal FC through to the next round. They beat Invincible Cravenby 1-0 in the first leg, and
held on for a draw in the following fixture. A penalty shoot-out was required to find a winner in Crusaders’ clash with Devonshire Rovers after both sides failed to score in both matches. The shoot-out finished 3-0 in favour of Crusaders. Ariel Spurs FA also played two goalless draws in their games against Greenwood, but went on to win the resulting penalty shoot-out 8-7. Glendene beat Southern Metropole rivals Chelsea Manenberg 3-0 in the first leg and
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