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School discipline under scrutiny Two scholars stabbed by Grade 10 pupil at Groenvlei High TAMMY PETERSEN

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WO students were stabbed by a knifewielding classmate at Groenvlei High on Friday, two weeks after police searched the Lansdowne school for weapons and illegal substances. And while local police officers responded to the incident, a group of 10 scholars – in grades 8, 9 and 10 – were found intoxicated on school grounds. They apparently drank a bottle of brandy on the premises. Warrant Officer Robert Lakey, spokesperson for Lansdowne police, says the stabbing happened shortly before midday in the school courtyard. The three boys claim to have been “playing a game”, but police believe the story was concocted in an attempt to get themselves out of trouble. Lakey says the officers responded to the call-out after being told by school representatives of a stabbing on the grounds. A Grade 10 boy allegedly stabbed a fellow Grade 10 learner under his arm and a Grade 11 student in his side. The Grade 10 learner was taken to Gatesville Medical Centre for treatment by his mother. The Grade 11 learner was taken by ambulance to Victoria Hospital after his lung collapsed. When police arrived, the students had already been taken to hospital. “The principal, Walter Adonis, committed to following up on the matter and handling it internally. The parents also have not yet

laid any criminal charges so we are unable to investigate this serious incident. We would, however, encourage the parents to come forward as what happened is viewed in a serious light.” Sector manager, Warrant Officer Gregory Gray, also discussed the dangers of alcohol and weapons with the scholars in an assembly before they were dismissed. A frustrated Adonis blames the incident on a lack of “good values and self-respect”. “This could have happened anywhere. What is happening is that what the children are seeing in society is what they are bringing to school. This is totally unacceptable and we will take action to ensure it doesn’t happen again.” He confirms that the students claim they were playing a “township game”, which Adonis dismisses as “absurd”. “All three have been suspended and further steps will be taken as we intend to expel them. We have spoken with the parents involved who have decided to address the matter themselves. They have agreed that they will choose what the best way forward is.” People’s Post previously reported on a search conducted by police at the school on Wednesday 16 February, where officers and sniffer dogs walked through the classrooms in search of illegal substances and weapons. Only a phone containing pornographic material was found. Adonis says random searches are conducted and that a hand-held metal detector is also used at the school. “However, this cannot be done all the time. What we need is for the parents to teach their children what is right and wrong, acceptable and unacceptable. This is an institution of learning, not of rectifying the ills of society.” He says the group of students who were caught drinking have all been suspended. “A learner reported the incident to a senior

staff member who followed up on it. It was found that the alcohol had been mixed with cooldrink in an Appletiser bottle, which they drank during a break. We are dealing with the parents, who we expect to resolve the issue with their children.” He adds that the school’s name is the “last thing (he is) worried about” and that his first concern is the well-being of his students. “But the most important thing to remember is that the staff is not here to teach the children morals, values and responsibility. This is the role of the parent, who has to be firm and promote good behaviour. When they come here, it should be with the sole purpose to learn and gain their education.”

Lakey says the station previously deployed a group of student constables at the school, where the officers-in-training were given a classroom for their theoretical training while also keeping an eye on discipline. “The officers finished this leg of their training in September last year and when the new batch are deployed, we will again meet with the school management to look at repeating this process.” Paddy Attwell, spokesperson for the provincial Education Department, says Safe Schools is working closely with the school to improve the security infrastructure and to address other safety issues. tammy.petersen@peoplespost.co.za

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Fun with numbers FUN AND GAMES took centre stage at Belmor Primary on Friday as the school hosted a “Numeracy Day” to show learners how much fun mathematics can be. Children

were treated to various games involving numbers and spent hours enjoying the sunshine as they challenged one another in the school courtyard.

OFF THEY GO: Laeeqah Noordien, Tamia Kayles, Muschfeeqa Fryddie and Shanenique Lawrence play Snakes and Ladders.

CONCENTRATING: Nakita Clote (right) and Claudia de Bruin challenge each other to a game of Ludo. Photo: Tammy Petersen

COLOURFUL: Tristan Lewis has fun with col­ ours and numbers.

INTRICATE: Ralene Williams tries to figure out her Rubik’s cube.

FUN TIMES: Linda Biehl (back) with some of the Manenberg children us­ ing the af­ ter­care fa­ cility. Photo: Supplied

After school action for Manenberg kids TAMMY PETERSEN

TIRED of going home after school and flopping down in front of the TV because you have nothing else to do? An exciting new programme will be launched in Manenberg to ensure that children use their spare time to harness their talents and learn new skills while enjoying hours of fun. The Amy Biehl Foundation, in conjunction with the Holy Family of Nazareth Catholic Church, will be opening the Manenberg After School Centre on Saturday on the church grounds. The foundation, named after a young American exchange student murdered in Gugulethu, is a non-profit organisation which hosts outreach programmes for young people in impoverished areas in a bid to keep them off the streets. The foundation and its projects are funded by donations and fundraisers. Ricardo Cupido, the project manager at the foundation, says activities such as hiphop classes, brass band training and sport development are just some of the items

planned for local youth. “The programme will be focused on fun and educational pastimes and is open to children aged from six to 18. There is really something for everyone and all activity is monitored by local volunteers and project facilitators from the foundation,” he explains. Plans are also under way to increase activities in environmental awareness, computer training, peer education, digital music writing and filming by the end of July. Cupido says activities started at the end of last year and the centre currently attracts 150 children to the facility from Monday to Thursday. “We are planning to increase numbers to well over 300 and children from any religion are welcome to take part. The two-hour programme starts at 15:00 and is absolutely free,” he says. The centre is modelled on four fully functional centres in Gugulethu and Nyanga, which have proven to be a hit with young people. Parents are encouraged to send their children to the church at 34 Manenberg Avenue, next to the sports field. For more information, phone the foundation on (021) 462-5052.

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Athburg Walk ‘drug den’ raided TAMMY PETERSEN

A RAID at a house in Hanover Park saw a large quantity of drugs as well as more than R15 000 being confiscated on Friday. The joint operation between the Metro Police’s Dog Unit and the police’s Crime Intelligence gatherers saw the authorities pounce on the Athburg Walk house after receiving several complaints from locals who suspected the house was being used for illegal activities. Yolanda Faro, the deputy chief of the Metro Police, says the stash was found in various parts of the house. “The officers spent hours scouring the house, and made a substantial seizure thanks to the sniffer dogs, who are able to trace drugs no matter where it’s hidden,” she says. A total of 21 units of heroin, seven cocaine rocks, 148 tik straws, 20 tik lollies and R15 823

in cash were seized. Three men were arrested at the scene and charged with drug possession. They appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court yesterday, but People’s Post was unable to confirm the outcome of the case at our time of going to print. Most successful searches are thanks to information received by residents “fed up” with the drug trade in their areas, Faro says. “The anonymous tip-offs yield results 80% of the time. The people who live around these drug dens are the ones who we need to blow the whistle so that the law can take its course and dealers can be brought to book. The residents are the ones who know what is happening in their areas.” Faro adds that suspicious vehicles in the area were also pulled over and routine searches were conducted during the course of the day.

Wall crushes man, injures two TAMMY PETERSEN

THE death of a construction worker who died while working at a factory in Philippi on Tuesday, is being probed by a private investigator. Warrant Officer Ettienne Conradie, spokesperson for Philippi police, confirms that three men were digging a trench next to the outer boundary wall at Busy Corner Meat Wholesalers at the corner of Duik and Springfield roads when tragedy struck. It is understood that while they hollowed out the earth, the wall suddenly toppled on top of the trio. Two of the men were seriously injured and were taken to Groote Schuur Hospital with head, pelvis and shoulder injuries. The third man, believed to be in his late 20s, died at the scene.

It took rescue workers more than three hours to remove him from under the wall. Springfield informal settlement resident Florina Plaatjies, who witnessed the incident, says she was “deeply shocked” at what happened. “It was such a tragedy. You could see he was a young man and to die at such a young age is heartbreaking. There are dangers involved in any job, but who would have thought that something like this could happen to someone who was simply digging a trench? This is absolutely shocking.” Conradie says an inquest docket was opened, and no foul play is suspected. The human resource manager at the meat business referred queries to a private investigator probing the incident. People’s Post was unable to reach him at the time of going to print.

TENSE: Onlookers stand clear of the house in Downberg Road where a man held his toddler hostage on Friday. Photo: Lester Fielies

Hostage drama in Downberg Road TAMMY PETERSEN

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IVE charges have been laid against a mentally challenged man after he held his baby daughter hostage for almost three hours in Hanover Park on Friday.

RARING TO GO: Mukhtar Lee will be riding a hand cycle in this year’s Pick n Pay Cape Ar­ gus cycle tour. Photo: Supplied

More than just a cycling event a difference in the lives of others. The intrepid hand cyclists will be raising funds in support of the newly founded Chaeli Sports and Recreation Club, which offers weekly practices in karate, ballroom and Latin dancing and boccia, a ball game for athletes in wheelchairs. For more information on the Chaeli Sports and Recreation Club activities or to sponsor a Chaeli rider, contact Melanie or Lana at 0861 CHAELI (0861 242 354) or email info@chaelicampaign.co.za.

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Residents claim the man demanded “hundreds of thousands of rands” to release her, but police were unable to confirm this. The man’s brother phoned the police at 10:00 on Friday morning asking for assistance to take the suspect to a hospital, as he was refusing medication. Warrant Officer Ettienne Conradie, spokesperson for Philippi police, says when police arrived at the scene the man hurled abuse at his brother and the officers, refusing to go with either of them. “He then ran into the house, where his two-year-old daughter was, and said he was going to kill himself and the child, before slamming the security gate,” he says. The man is believed to have caused extensive damage inside the house. The mother of the toddler was not home at the time. As locals started to mill around while trying to figure out what was happening, police called for back-up and hostage negotiators, who spent two hours trying to reason with the man. The child’s mother stood outside crying

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Tuesday 8 March 2011

‘How are we supposed to live like this?’ Hanover Park residents wait for the city to do maintenance work on council flats for more than three years TAMMY PETERSEN

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EAKING toilets, broken doors and cracked ceilings are only some of the maintenance issues plaguing council home tenants in Hanover Park. They have been waiting for the City of Cape Town to repair the damage for up to three years and are fearing for their health. As the multi-million rand triple-storey flat upgrade continues to be rolled out, locals living in council houses and maisonettes claim their repairs are being neglected, forcing them to live in unsanitary and dangerous conditions. Anne Sampear, of Rywood Walk, says family members visited the rent office about 10 times last year to report their broken toilet. Sampear explains that hundreds of litres of water have already been wasted while they wait for the maintenance men to come knocking. “This is a disgusting situation. We have to use a bucket to flush the toilet because it overflows and floods the toilet when we do it the normal way. “The cistern is faulty and we have to scoop the water out of it to keep it from running over. It’s easier to use a bucket!” The bathroom floor has been damaged to such an extent that the linoleum had to be removed as the floor never dries. “It has a mouldy smell and there is so much water damage in here. It’s like you keep complaining but nothing gets done. What’s the point if you are just ignored?” A few doors away, Tanya Wessels places handfuls of rat poison in front of her door. She has been plagued by the pests because her door frames and doors are so rotten, the door no longer fits. “At night I see them slipping into the house through the gaps. It angers me to no end because I have been complaining about it for three years and nothing has been done. How am I supposed to live like this? One kick and this door will just fall over. This is dangerous and morsig, man!” But this is not her only problem. Her shower has been broken for two years, forcing her to wash her three children in a plastic tub. “Why do I have to live like this when I pay my rent? Every month council expects payment but they don’t do their duty. I’m tired of walking up and down to the rent office where they promise to fix things but they never come. It’s ridiculous.”

Farieda Pierce also had a frightening experience last week when one of the electricity sockets in her kitchen burst into flames. “This is the second time that this has happened. Two months ago, the same plug caught fire and after we stopped the burning, we reported it to the rent office. We are still waiting for them to come,” she says. While she fixed her own toilet recently after fearing that the cistern would fall off and hurt someone, she is also waiting for council to have a look at her bedroom ceiling, which has a long, clearly visible crack in it from corner to corner. “When the people upstairs walk in their bedroom, the dust and sand falls on my floor. It’s scary because you don’t know when it will cave in. One of these days the ceiling is going to collapse and I’ll find the neighbours in my house!” Errol Davids, the vice chairperson of the Hanover Park Civic Association, says the organisation started going door-to-door last month and has already accumulated more than 500 complaints of unresolved maintenance issues. “All the aggrieved residents were able to show us their printouts, which they received from the rent office. They date back as far as 2008, with one woman waiting since 1994 for the floor of her home to be fixed. How can the landlord treat its tenants like this? The city has a legal obligation to the people to resolve their complaints as soon as possible.” Grace Blouw, the city’s manager for Existing Housing, says people who claim they have been waiting for maintenance for a very long time, should visit the housing office and make inquiries. While the housing office has capacity problems, this is not the cause of delays in response. “Tenants are issued with notification numbers which they can use as a reference when inquiring about work not done,” she says. Blouw says fresh water supply leaks, blockages and non-functioning toilets as well as no electrical supply and sparking electrical connections receive the highest priority. “If there are instances where these are not attended to timeously, this needs to be reported to the housing office. Requests for maintenance are prioritised in terms of urgency and response times vary from hours to weeks, in terms of the perceived urgency.” She adds that there are two types of maintenance: reactive maintenance deals with day to day complaints and planned maintenance refers to problem areas which have been identified where a contractor is appointed to do the work.

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Ten in custody after botched robbery TAMMY PETERSEN

“IMPRESSIVE” and “extremely efficient” are words the staff of Ross Demolition Second Hand Yard in Lansdowne are using to describe the provincial police’s actions after they managed to thwart a planned robbery at the site on Thursday. Ten men were arrested after a high speed chase saw all the suspects nabbed in less than an hour. On Thursday at 08:40, an attentive resident spotted four suspicious-looking men at business premises in Induland Crescent and immediately phoned the police. Four of the suspects entered the offices, posing as clients, whereafter a white Golf pulled up outside. When police arrived, they noticed three men running down

the road, says Captain FC van Wyk, provincial police spokesperson. “They were pursued and arrested and two firearms were found in their possession. Three vehicles – a white Fiat Punto, a white VW Golf and a white Venture – sped away but the police caught

up with them and pulled them over,” he explains. Two firearms and ammunition, totalling 21 live rounds, were found in the vehicles. Three pistols and one revolver, with serial numbers removed, were seized. Ross Demolition’s Annette Bothma said she had never seen police officers “moving so fast”. “They were absolutely fantastic. They chased after them and

got them and it was amazing to see them do such a great job. There were even choppers!” she says. This would have been the third time the business was hit in its 14 years on the premises, Bothma continues. “We were robbed by armed men in May 2005 and November 2007. “We have every security measure imaginable on site, ranging from surveillance cameras to a security guard,” she adds. The 10 suspects, aged between 27 and 48, appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court yesterday on charges of being in possession of unlicensed firearms and ammunition and attempted armed robbery. People’s Post was unable to ascertain the outcome of the case as the docket had not yet returned from court at our time of going to print.

Read your way to victory LANSDOWNE library invites local youngsters to take part in its children’s reading competition from 23 to 25 March. The theme is the Cricket World Cup. Children who read six books

score six points and those who manage four will get four points. The top point scorers will win one of three cricket sets. Write down the titles of the books you plan to read on a form

available at the library and submit it to the librarian. The draw takes place on Friday 25 March. For more information, phone the library on (021) 762-4671.

People’s Post Lansdowne Page 5 MISSING: Members of the Johnson family of Plumstead are desper­ ately trying to find their father, Jeremy Johnson (49), whom they last heard from in August. He has been spotted in various places across the country. His daughter, Tamsyn, says his dis­ appearance is com­ pletely out of charac­ ter. Anyone with infor­ mation can contact the Diep River Police on (021) 710­7300 or Tamsyn on 083 696 9575.

Arts and crafts training CAPE TOWN WELFARE is offering arts and crafts training courses from Mondays to Thursdays from 09:00 to 14:00 from Tuesday 22 March in Silvertown. The courses will be conducted at the Cape Town Child Welfare’s Head Office opposite Gatesville

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will be based on a 20/20 format – 40 minutes a game – with a total of seven Swiss rounds for the day. The championship is open to all ages, juniors and adults and costs R30 per participant to enter. The championship will end with an official prizegiving and promises great cash and consolation prizes. Entry forms are available from the Vangate Mall marketing department. If you require further information, contact (021) 633-1065 or Andre van Reenen, contact (021) 694-2626.


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Give value for money TONY ROBINSON

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XACTLY why the City Council decided to table its draft budget on the day the national budget was presented in Parliament is difficult to understand. Cynics would say it was a case of dumping bad news on the public while their attention was on Pravin Gordhan and the upheaval in North Africa and the Middle East. Bad news? Well, every single increase announced is above the present inflation rate – and that makes it bad news for most of us. On the other hand, it could have been worse, as the increases are certainly lower than they were last year. But one would expect this to be the case a few months before the municipal elections. My own view is that the City bosses think they have done a good job and they certainly don’t see it as bad news. They just want to get it out of the way before the electioneering begins in earnest. So let’s look at the facts. Rates are to go up by 5.9%. Electricity will go up by nearly 20%; water and sanitation charges will go up by 8% (and 10% for each of the two years following the election) and refuse collection fees will go up by 5.5%. And the cost of running the City (the operating costs) will rise by

more than 12%. All this while the current inflation rate is under 4%! Last year we had a 14% increase in operating expenditure; an average increase of 24.6% in electricity tariffs; an 18% increase for refuse collection; a 10% increase for water and sanitation and a theoretical 9.3% increase on the average rates bill. So the budget may be less painful than last year’s one, but that is little cause for comfort to people who do not get the kind of pay increases the City Council has handed out in the last few years. Mr Gordhan told us in the national budget that the cost of public service salaries has doubled in the last five years. Whether or not municipal salaries were included is uncertain, but municipal workers and councillors have done pretty well. Perhaps well enough to lose touch with the economic realities that beset the rest of us. While the private sector has had to endure wage freezes, retrenchments, reduced working hours for reduced wages and other desperate measures to survive the recession, the public service has prospered. The bitter irony is that the private sector pays the taxes to keep the public services going in the style to which they have become accustomed. How much longer can we afford to finance these growing bureaucracies that are not exactly noted

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Confiscated drugs and cash.

“Four liquor-related cases were opened; three for dealing in liquor without a licence and one for contravention of the Liquor Act by the licence holder. “Four people were arrested in the four cases. Police focused a lot on liquor and drug related offences as this at times contributes to domestic related cases that have been opened.” He says various stop and searches were set up and 14 people were arrested for driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. “From Monday 28 February until Friday 4 March another 24 cases were opened for possession of drugs. In one case officers received information regarding drug dealing. “A search warrant was executed and one person has been arrested and two parcels of dagga and 19 dagga stoppe were confis-

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A cut above the rest SOME of Cape Town’s most loved personalities participated in Media24’s Cancer Association of South Africa Shavathon campaign held on Thursday 3 March at the Naspers Centre in Cape Town. Liezel van der Westhuizen and Kia Johnson, both presenters on SABC 3’s breakfast show, Expresso and on Kfm 94.5, sprayed their hair in front of staffers, while singers Loukmaan Adams

and Byron Clarke, as well as the Santos football players also participated to show their solidarity with cancer survivors. This year’s Shavathon coincides with Cansa’s 80th birthday. Participating staffers donated R50 for a haircut and R25 for a hairspray. They were served by professional hairdressers from Salon Eve and Steve from 09:00 to 14:30 in the foyer of the Naspers Centre.

for their productivity? Perhaps we are better off in Cape Town, but that is no reason to sit back and be satisfied. There is every reason to demand greater efficiency and better value for our money. . Tony Robinson is a veteran journalist and commentator on civic affairs in Cape Town. His columns, “City Diary” in the Cape Times and later “Civic Diary” in the city’s first free newspapers, won the Sanlam national award for the best column in a community newspaper in 1993 – and some unusual praise from the judges, with one of them remarking, “I would hate to be a councillor in your town!”. He has a wide range of interests, which will be reflected in future columns.

Police patrol pays off TOTAL of 24 people have appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on drug possession charges, following a police operation from Friday 25 to Monday 28 February. “Drugs that were found were Mandrax tablets, dagga, heroin, tik and an undisclosed amount of cash,” says Warrant Officer Llewelyn Lakay, Manenberg police spokesperson. “On Friday police also received information regarding a stolen motor vehicle in Vanguard Estate. A search warrant was obtained and executed in Calcium Road. Officers recovered a stolen Mercedes Kompressor which was stolen in Goodwood.” Three men in their 20s were arrested and appeared in court. Lakay says during the week, the section dealing with liquor, firearms and second hand goods conducted several operations.

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cated,” says Lakay. “Three cases were opened for dealing in drugs. In one case a 19year-old woman was arrested in Anysberg Road, Heideveld. She had eight units of tik in her possession.” He says a licensed firearm was also confiscated in the area. “A 22-year-old man was arrested and police will investigate this in terms of the Firearms Control Act, Act 60 of 2000.” People’s Post could not establish the outcome of the court details. “The management of Manenberg SAPS would like to thank all people that gave information that led to arrests. Community members are once again urged to come forward with information,” says Lakay. To report any crime call the police station on (021) 699-9400 or (021) 699-9454. For enquiries call (021) 699-9465.

The confiscated firearm and ammunition found during the operation.

Media24 employees Lee­Anne Wentzel (left) and Lutfia Vayej (far right) with Liezel van der Westhuizen and Kia Johnson. Photo: Supplied

Learn how to tender HAEDON’S Training Academy, in association with the South African Black Entrepreneurs Forum (SABEF), will host a workshop titled “Introduction to Tendering” on Friday 25 March at the Grassy Park Library from 09:00 to 10:30. Subjects include: what tendering means, positive changes in govern-

ment procurement, what preferential procurement means and BBBEE. The topic “Business opportunities with provincial government, local government and the private sector” will also be covered. The cost is R50. For more details, call John Prinsloo on 082 958 7865 or email tenderspecialist@gmail.com.

Party for cricket club THE Victoria Cricket Club will be hosting their fundraiser at the Victoria Clubhouse in Chukker Road, Kenwyn on Saturday 12 March. The cover charge will be R10. DJ Dino will

hit the decks, with drinks on sale at the clubhouse. The event will start at 20:30 and continue until 03:00. For further information call Patrick on 084 354 0063.

Have you seen them? CAPE TOWN CHILD WELFARE is searching for Adenaan Domingo, Madeleine Isolde Heyens, Simone Mouers and Hasson

Ramadhaan. If you know their whereabouts contact Mrs Cassiem on (021) 638-3127.

Learning about glaucoma WORLD Glaucoma Week – a global initiative of the World Glaucoma Association – runs this week until Saturday 12 March. Glaucoma refers to a range of diseases that affect the optic nerve. This year the campaign focuses on the importance of screening family members of glaucoma patients, because a high percentage of their children will also get glaucoma. Glaucoma has no warning signs. It is mostly painless, and therefore 50% of glaucoma patients do not know they have the disease. The cause of glaucoma is still not known. However, patients with elevated eye pressure are at risk of developing structural and functional damage of their optic nerves. Untreated pressure elevation can lead to blindness. Early detection and treatment with eye drops can prevent func-

tional loss to the nerve and visual function. The glaucoma tests are painless. Most types of glaucoma are chronic, which means long-term treatment. Since there are no known preventative measures it is important to have your eyes tested, especially if you have a family member with glaucoma. Other risk factors for glaucoma include: increased age, shortsightedness, high or low blood pressure, long-term steroid treatment and eye injuries. Protecting quality of vision enhances quality of life in every glaucoma patient. For more information call (021) 426-2200, if you live in the city; in the Atlantic seaboard call (021) 434-4500 or (021) 4395605; in Milnerton call (021) 5528115; or call (021) 785-5661, (021) 7126997 or (021) 715-8015 if you live in the southern suburbs.


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Big Walk indeed!

ONE STEP AT A TIME: Gaboedien (64) and Ra­ bia (64) Manuel from Hanover Park enjoy the scenery as they head to­ ward the finish line.

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VER 20 000 people participated in Cape Town’s annual 10 km Big Walk on Sunday. The 1UP Cash and Carry Big Walk, presented by Spice Mecca, was in aid of the Red Cross Children’s Hospital and Islamic Library. A cheque of R125 000 was handed to the Red Cross Children’s Hospital on Sunday. Cape Town Mayor Dan Plato pulled the starting gun trigger just before 08:00. Dr Ivan Meyer, MEC for Cultural Affairs and Sport, was spotted among the Big Walk participants walking along the beachfront to the Green Point track. Seen here are just some of the thousands of people who enjoyed the glorious weather and the healthy outdoors on Sunday. . People’s Post is the print media sponsor of the Big Walk.

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Bumpy ride WESTERN CAPE MEC for Transport and Public Works, Robin Carlisle, boarded a train from Khayelitsha to Cape Town last week to experience for himself the troubles that frustrate regular commuters. Fortunately for Metrorail, which is thought to have been unaware of the MEC’s trip, everything ran smoothly, aside from the fairly empty peak-hour train arriving at its destination seven minutes late. In reports, Carlisle dubbed the journey “excellent” when compared to conditions on the same line a year ago. But while Carlisle’s efforts should be commended, his single novelty rail trip cannot compare to the everyday horrors that mostly poor commuters are forced to endure. For them there are no alternatives, and the recent 41c per litre increase in fuel costs may see their numbers swell in future. The flood of complaints from frustrated rail commuters seems never-ending. Last year, when Metrorail increased ticket prices and cited Eskom’s increase in electricity tariffs, imported materials used on the railway, labour, and the absence of automated ticket sales as reasons for the price hike, they also promised to raise service standards with the introduction of better facilities at stations just in time for the World Cup. But all too often commuters still find themselves stuck in overcrowded trains during peak-hour, targeted by criminals, and at times are even forced to disembark and walk to nearby stations alongside railway tracks because trains suddenly grind to a halt without any explanation. To the average commuter it would appear that Metrorail shows no respect to its customer. Carslisle has promised to meet with Metrorail to gain answers on faulty doors, security problems and generally poor conditions, demanding of Metrorail consistent service delivery. National Transport Minister Sibusiso Ndbele has promised 8 000 new coaches for the rail transport network, 1 000 of which should be sent to the Western Cape by 2015. One can only hope there is light at the end of the tunnel. Until then, commuters face a long road ahead.

Your SMSes . If you do not like the DA then move to the Northern Cape and we will see how quickly you would move back. Vote DA. Eddie, Manenberg . Is there anyone out there who has not been paid by the IEC yet ? It is not fair! I am still waiting to be paid. Anonymous . Trevor Manuel is right: Manyi is a racist. Why should our coloured people leave the Western Cape when we were born here? We have rights too. Fed­ up . What’s Jimmy Manyi’s problem? He must be colour(ed) blind! Lewis, Lansdowne . About the outcry over the Kuli Roberts column which appeared in the Sunday World on 27 February. I respond by stating: let’s break out of our moulds by distinguishing ourselves according to boxed labels.

Firstly, I am a human being and am part of a human race as history has taught us. Secondly, I am a South African citizen and call myself a Homo Sapien. Glorya Alfreds . With reference to the SMS about the DA. You are voting for the wrong party! They don’t care. As long as they get your vote and the vote of others like you. DA supporter . What has the ANC done but live in the past? Improve our health and education system, etc before anyone points a finger at the DA. F.K. . I am shocked at how the traffic department wastes money. We have one car and received two notifications for licence renewals. There is no control over money that we could use for fixing roads. . My name is Clive Jacobs and I found out that I’m very sick and could die of this illness. I lost contact with my wife Beverly and son Mickaylo. I want them to phone me on 076 852 7023.

Men need to get involved I AM a 64-year-old pensioner who has raised my grandson alone since he was three. He is now 14 years old and in Grade 9. There have been tough times, but, with God’s grace, we made it through. I became involved in community work last year. I had training at a nonprofit organisation (NPO) in Heideveld on projects

such as home-based care, orphaned children and abusive men. Becoming involved in community brings out positive energy in oneself, but sadly so few men are involved in community work. At the training with other NPOs there were 27 ladies and only three men in attendance. In the Men Who Abuse

project I could meet and talk to men, old and young, about the problem in our society concerning women and child abuse. They were positive in their views, and knew of problems in their own neighbourhood. So men, be involved in your community and see how much more you will appreciate your own family.

The above-mentioned projects came to a halt, due to a lack of funds. But I hope in future with horrors such as HIV, drug abuse, gangsterism, women and child abuse, more NPOs would attain men in their projects to become visible men in our community and take responsibility. Thanks to Community Aids Action network for the experience. JAMES Manenberg

Zuma should have delivered a tongue lashing WELL done to Minister in the Presidency, Trevor Manuel, who I commend for chastising President Jacob Zuma’s chief spokesman, Jimmy Manyi, for his racist remarks regarding the demographic density of “coloureds” in the Western Cape. Manuel’s vehement reprimand of Manyi illustrates that members of the ANC led government are not all yesmen.

What sparked off Manyi in the first instance? Has the seemingly pro-DA “coloured” vote in the Western Cape fuelled the utterances by Manyi? Surely this was not a case of cheap politicking before the forthcoming local government elections? It would have given the ANC much more credibility had President Zuma himself delivered the tongue-lashing in respect of Manyi’s alleged

racist remarks. What was Manyi thinking before making the controversial utterances about migrating “coloured” people to other areas in South Africa “where they are needed”? A logical conclusion is blatant racism, or perhaps even “ethnic cleansing”, indicative of the dark days of apartheid and Nazi Germany! Manyi has been reported to have allegedly made racist remarks about Indians in

the past. Let’s see what punishment will be meted out to the embattled Manyi. Not a feeble slap on the wrist I pray, but it is ironic that in a turn of events that the perpetrator, Manyi, has retaliated against the lambasting by laying a complaint against fellow compatriot, Manuel! The plot thickens. MARK KLEINSCHMIDT Kenwyn


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Malay choirs rock Cape Town TAURIQ HASSEN

THE first event for the Cape Male Choir Board rocked the Athlone Civic Centre last week. Audiences flocked into the civic centre to watch choirs compete for a place in the Champions Cup to be held later this month. Choirs were greeted to a sold-out venue, with approximately 1 000 people in attendance. Ebrahim Hull, president of the board, was delighted at the turnout of the event. “The choirs kept the audience entertained and they were ecstatic, which proves that the first event was a complete success,” Hull explained. The board is integrated with the Keep The Dream Malay Choir Forum, which assists struggling choirs in finding their feet to perform on the big stage. The forum was established last year. In the first event, which took place on Friday 25 February, Silver Sounds Singk-

oor walked away the winners, with KenFac finishing off in second place. The following evening, it was the turn of Capetonians Singkoor to blow the crowd away with their melodic performance, as they finished in first place, with Jordan Sporting Club coming in second. He added that the rest of the teams taking part in the competition would be competing in the Challenge Cup on Friday 11 March. Each choir stands a chance to win a spot in the much anticipated Champions Cup, which takes place on Friday 25 March at the Athlone Civic Centre. Choirs which finished first and second in the most recent competition automatically qualify to compete against Cape Town’s finest.. Tickets can be purchased from the choirs, as well as at the door. Adults pay R35, children between four and 14 pay R20 and pensioners will pay R25. For more information on the events contact Hull on 073 651 9989.

ON SONG: The Jordan Sports Club in full voice at the first event.

Photos: Yunus Mohamed

FULL EMO­ TION: Yaasien Cloete from the Jordan Singk­ oor performing his Junior Solo item.

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Twenty-five years of giving REYANA STEYN

IN CELEBRATION of 25 years of service, the Islamic Social and Welfare Association (ISWA) will be hosting a gala event at Cape Town College in Kromboom Road on Saturday 12 March. The anniversary also marks the start of a five-year project for ISWA, which is situated in Belgravia Estate, to acquire their own premises and develop a learning centre for their school. ISWA offers counselling services, social intervention strategies, further education and training, poverty alleviation (through educational subsidies) and youth and children’s development programmes. These services are offered to people of all religions. ISWA’s doors were first opened in 1986 by Nurounihar Minton and Fowzia Ryklief, who are still involved with the organisation. “The two women saw the need for trauma counselling and the non-profit organisation was born during the apartheid era. Families were dying from abuse and drugs and ISWA decided they must do something as the communities were disintegrating,” says Rushdy Siers, the CEO of ISWA. “As they continued to counsel people throughout the years they saw the need to do more to help the communities and started a few projects.” In 1987, ISWA rallied to support the international call for the rights of children, becoming one of many organisations which rallied to support the Rainbow Children’s Day campaign. In 1994, ISWA alone carried on the tradition of the Rainbow Children’s Day. The campaign came to an end in 2004, when the weekend was disrupted by a severe storm which hit Cape Town. A week later an appeal was made to the Great Moscow Circus and a special show was staged for more than 1 000 children and their caregivers. In 2004, the Minton School of Development was launched to help children. At the school they offer two-year courses in project management for counselling, parale-

From left: Mirza Parker, the organiser of ISWA’s gala event, Rushdy Siers, CEO of ISWA and Is­ mail Osman, PRO for ISWA. Photo: Reyana Steyn gal counselling financial management and a social auxiliary course. Participants must have completed matric. Classes are currently held at Athlone High School. With ISWA’s formation of the Sing-Osman Education Fund, the burden of pupils who want to attend the school has been made lighter, as they receive a bursary and pay only R13 000 instead of the usual R23 000. ISWA has also introduced a Learn Self-Esteem Forum. “We have recognised that many things influence people; the circumstances they live in, drug abuse and family disintegration and we need to look at ways to help in the home, school, working and social environment,” says Siers. He says the aim is to reach thousands of people for the next 25 years and make a difference in their lives. “We are in talks with schools to include this programme in their curriculum.” Mirza Parker, the gala-event organiser, says he is planning a “great” event with a lineup that includes local talents; Ganief Parker and guests, the George Werner Band, Little Giants, Emily Bruce and flamenco duo Wathiq Hussein and Rajissi. Book a ticket, at R300 per person, by calling Mirza Parker on 071 384 1237.

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Backdrop poles & chair covers. Ph 021 637 0133 or 083 453 9021

DECKSTER'S CATERING Menu's from R90,00. Price includes: Backdrop, Arch, Red Carpet and chair covers. (Ielaahm or Rene 021­371 4507/082 324 9486

YOUR WEEKLY COMMUNITY NEWSPAPER WILL BE RUNNING A

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DO YOU NEED TUTORING IN ACCOUNTING OR EMS? Grades 8­12. Call Just Accounting 715 6232

“Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world.” Nelson Mandela

Dj With Sound & Karaoke ( 083 747 3304

,PSYCHIC, SPIRITUAL & HERBAL SPECIALIST , ( FROM ZANZIBAR) ,For Strong Dua's, .Financial Difficulties . Relationship problems . Work promotions . Protection against Evils . Men and women who can't produce . Court cases.

BSI DRIVING ACADEMY K53 driving lessons Competitive Rates Packages available Contact Sharon / Bernie on 021 638 3649 or 074 133 0069 021 802 4221 www.netshape.co.za/ bsidrivingacademy

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K's Personalised and unique handmade invitations / cards for any occasion. ( Karen on 021­701 6400 or 073 418 6671

WENDY 250510

JEAN'S stunning Designs Bridalwear, casual wear, hire or buy & catering. Shop no.21­ Town Centre Mini Mall. (021 376 2083/078 3400 473

Advance Driving Academy

SNOWDON-15.02.11.ai

DVD/Photos/Slideshow ( 021 422 0472/083 513 6906

SHEIK ALI In Gatesville for strong duas and effective rubaan "Inna Ma­Alusri Usrah" Come for my herbal treatments for all body pains, marriage, house protection, business, property and all kinds of evil. PAY ONLY WHEN JOB IS DONE! PENSIONERS: FREE TREATMENT Roymo Butchery. Unit No. 6 (next to Barber Shop) Corner of Klipfontein and Ruth Road, Rylands Estate Ph 078 284 2787 or 076 910 3387 or 021­633 2103

Phone: 021 405 1136 | Fax: 021 406 2943

I do divorce, testaments, sell & evaluate properties and all legal matters. ( (021) 374 3786 (a/h) / (021) 391 0530 (o/h) 083 6603 495

WE SPECIALISE IN CARPORTS, VIBRACRETE HOUSE & WALLS NO DEPOSIT, BLACKLIST WELCOME TOILETS & ELECTRIC

MITCHELLS PLAIN

021 397 8388 078 536 2678 072 542 7217 ATHLONE

021 696 4183 072 542 7217

AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. 072 344 6977

GRASSY PARK/RETREAT 021 762 1252 072 542 7217

BJUMPING castles for hire. Cartoon characters & purple dinosaur castles available. Excel. rates.(082 938 5342 HIRE a castle, from R150 p.d. Slides, kiddies chairs & tables. 021 696 3791, 084 209 1313 J/CASTLE for hire. 021 393 4663/083 357 4008 JUMP 4 JOY castle hire. ( Ricky on 073 268 7546

A DVD, FOTOS & VIDEO 082 738 1166/021 372 6950 PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021 692 0221, 084 562 0811

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021 797 6569 072 542 7217

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ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021­ 691 1936 or 083 229 7612 BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, tiling, carports, paving, gates. Contact Albert 073 545 6994 /

BUILDING AND RENOVATIONS Carports etc...

Contact: 021 393 3897 / 073 588 1163

FLOWERSONG GARDEN SERVICES For all your garden needs. ( Henry on 072 553 6239 DAVID'S PRECAST We sell Vibrecrete Poles & Slabs. (021 692 3107 / 021 691 5877/ 072 106 0655 / 083 691 4449

AFFORDABLE repairs to tv's, m/waves, w/machines, fridges,stoves & geysers. All areas. collect & deliver. (021 691 2162/082 490 019 7 ALL appliance repairs plumbing.(073 664 3532

&

DSTV & AERIAL

Installations, repairs & sales. Contact Terence on

083 769 7242/

PROFESSIONAL POORMAN'S TV & MICROWAVE REPAIRS (Silvertown) 3 Months guarentee.(Ste­ ven on 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394 TELERAMA TV REPAIRS Efficient repairs to TV's & microwaves. We collect and deli­ ver.(021 391 57 79, 021 3915819 /083 861 0418

Free water. Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge Improve your existing wellpoint.( 021 637 5677 021 701 4522/ 072 825 9586

A bakkie sand ­ R195 A bakkie stone ­ R385 Paving slabs 300x300 ­ R6.90 400x400 ­ R10.90 per slab 450x450 ­ R12.90 per slab 600x600 ­ R18.00 per slab Colour cobblestone ­ R2 each. Rockface 450x450 ­ R22.90 per slab. Contact 073 182 1491 o/h or 021 372 2961 a/h

WILDCATS TRANSPORT Bakkie Sand ­ R135 (Bags R7,50) Bakkie Stone ­ R350 (Bags R15.00) Vibracrete Slabs ­ R29.00 each Bricks from R1.20 each CEMENT R67.00 EACH We also do truck loads and rubble removals Ph 021­820 4068 or 084 467 7507 ABACUS BLOCKS

90s, 140s, 190s, Sand, Stone. Tel: 021 704 4109 021 715 2739 Cell: 084 368 8125

190 &140's ­ Sand & Stone Call 021 393 0661/ or 073 186 2991 (a.h.)

or 084 9733 899

2 & 3m sand & stone & rubble removal. Ph 078 6113 627. 3M/6M Sand, Stone & Rubble ( 083 292 3960 5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE ­ Bakkie loads also 021 397 6413 or 082 709 6443 A 6 cubic meter sand, stone & rubble removal.(John on 072 407 4289

PLANS for and submit to council and constructions of pools onsite. (021 701 6276/ 082 863 9133

BUILDING MATERIAL & Home Improvement

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

A BEST CASH LOAN ­ R150 000. All can apply. Call/send ID, name & netpay. Can help you out of admin. 2/3 home loans up to R1m. (Wilma ­073 247 6116 / 371 7572 AFFORDABLE LOANS 5 min approval up to R100 000. All welcome. (Zainap on 073 602 5985

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

BRIDGING CASH

ALL BRIDGE CREDIT

Bridging cash for PENSION/PACKAGE Lumpsum/Payout same day

APPROVAL SAME DAY

" 021 949 3402/3 Call back 073 609 9307 073 439 3111

ARE U WAITING

Pension/ Provident/Package

while waiting for:

PENSION / PACKAGE

Lumpsum Payout? Cash sameday. Sms/Call: Nawaal ( 076 064 0458

HARRY'S BOARDS

Cutting, Edging, Devin Doors Hardware&Fittings, Deliveries, Off­Cuts Freddy Lenderts Tel/Fax: 021 705 8897/079 9943 629 Andrew Gideons Tel:021 706 7387/ 084 210 1704 Sally Harry:021 706 7387 082 588 9940

SPEED QUEEN SPECIALIST 15 years experience. All repairs done on site. Call Alister on 021 715 1173 or 071 680 2617

GARAGE DOORS & automation. 076 523 0306

PROPERTY DEALS

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

AA paving, tar & vibracrete. 021 705 5372 / 072 425 5111

ALTERATIONS, brick, plas., skin., tiling, etc. Good Refs. 076 124 4713

ALL Building plans drawn and submitted. Call Dominick on 021 396 2115 or 078 085 2067 ALL BUILDING plans drawn up and submitted to council. (021 701 6276/082 863 913 3

• • • •

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

Is your house going to be repossessed? I will buy your home. And advance you money. ( Riyard on 083 420 8989

FED UP WITH TOO MUCH DEBT? PH: (021) 706 8365 OR E­MAIL: msdc@telkom­ sa.net IMMEDIATE APPROVAL Loans up to R100 000. Cash sameday. Govt. & b/listed.(021 949 8566/ Kim 073 0502 179 Shirley 083 665 1002

CASH LOANS up to R50 000. Blacklisted welcome. Ph/sms Michelle 082 338 9403

A BRIDGING loan?

CLEAR YOUR DEBT

“please call me”

Struggling to pay many accounts? Pay only one account by calling SCM Debt Clearance 021­788 4485 24/hrs: 078 221 0193 CONSOLIDATION Apply for an old mutual finance consolidation of debt or personal loan from R1 000 ­ R100 000.(Jacky/Charl on 021 706 5029 or sms your name to 082 990 4196

HOMEOWNERS approved loans

ALUMINIUM windows, doors etc... For prompt,honest services contact Mr A. Daniels on 076 778 7300

SCHOLAR TRANSPORT AVAILABLE Does your child attend primary school or creche in Mitchells Plain and are you looking for transport. (Ashley on 079 459 9760

ATTENTION HOME OWNERS BONDPRO FINANCE can use your property to consolidate your debt, despite your credit record. Pay only one amount per month. Your credit record will be amended. NOTE: your property will stay in your name Ph now 021 880 6000 or Sms BONDPRO to 076 716 6191

CONSOLIDATION LOANS and Personal Loan. Pay all your loans + acc. Deposit change in your bank acc. Criteria: Perm emp, 3 months bank statement, latest payslip, copy of ID. Payout in 1 hour ­ 24 hours. Ph 078 116 1508

Payout (lumpsum only)

on a

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

AFRI BLOCKS

A A+ CASH PRICE PAID for good used 2nd hand clothing, shoes, linen, etc. 021 761 3083

AMK Drafting CC Your building plans specialists.

DESIGNS & RENOVATIONS Undertake all building work and extentions to existing houses, and all front boundary walls. All building prices are reasonable. (021 701 6276/082 863 9133

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

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

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

Affordable rates. Prompt servi­ ce.(082 094 694 2

A 6m 3 sand, stone, lime & rubble removal 021 691 6995 / 072 374 9801

DSTV, Aerial Installations & repairs done. DSTV Special R599.( 072 249 1889/ 073 966 0860

ALTERATIONS garages, carports, brickpaving, tiling. (082 409 0592/021 392 550 1

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

R60 000 @ R539 R80 000 @ R720 R100 000 @ R899 R120 000 @ R1 079

A consultant will be sent out to meet you. Selwyn 074 690 1104 Zerina 083 415 3835 Steven 082 222 9977 24/7

Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send

082 301 7856

IRIS BRIDGE

0860 105 546 IS JY MOEG VAN JOU SKULD? Bel my vandag nog!

Ingrid 087 802 9371 021 931 1320 082 647 7173 Mariette 083 594 2310 Annemarie 083 227 7242 Reginald 073 006 3632 JC FINANCIAL SOLUTIONS Bonds and personal loans. Blacklisted welcome. ( Janine 021 376 4690/ 082 439 9863

Personal ,home,vehicle, etc. No hassles. Sms name, id no,gross + net pay to 073 188 6942/07 9 043 0203. B/listed ? No pro­ blem!(021 633 7207

PLEASE CALL ME to...

082 410 8186 or call

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

KFS 10X3 02-01.ai

LOANS up to R150 000. Sms Loan to 081 346 2800. conditions apply. LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251

www.keyfin.co.za

BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/08 2 516 0030 FOR ALL types of blinds. Ph 074 259 1802 Renaldo or 082 598 2606 Wesley or 021­371 8315 o/h

M&M INTERIORS ­ Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495

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

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

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

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

STAR TV REPAIRS

WE COLLECT AND DELIVER (082 579 6947(5 .30pm ­ 8.00pm)

LOANS , Judgements, B/listed, NO PROBLEM. Quick Payouts. No itc. ( 073 315 0904/

LOANS

send

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

PERSONAL LOAN R1 000 ­ R50 000 Blacklisted & garnisheed welcome. Call: Siphokazi 084 382 8684

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

JC ACTIVE ELECTRICAL Fully licenced electrician.Re­ pairs to lights, plugs,geysers, installation of prepaid meters, main boards, etc. (021 701 3022 / 072 470 7658 FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700


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SHANTIE’S GLASS & ALUMINIUM Fast Easy Affordable Manufacturers & Installers of: Aluminium windows and Doors. Replacement of wooden & steel windows. ALL AREAS – FREE QUOTES

EVERY genuine business opportunity does not have to be about selling, capturing or policies... for more info call Cheryl on 071 527 1869 7 DAY TRAIN TRIP FROM CAPE TOWN TO PILANESBERG (NORTH WEST) Tour departs 26 June and includes visit to Sun City. Please contact us on 021 393 6313/078 227 2475. For more info send your enquiry to visiontours.travel@telkomsa.net HARTZENBERG TOURS 28 Dec 2011 ­ 7 Jan 2012 Bloemfontein, Sun City, Durban, Port Elizabeth. Ph 021­715 0010 or 082 306 2820

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

EXTRA income opportunity. Data works with or without a computer. For info sms name, surname & adress to 084 062 4825

Contact: 073 348 0991 073 099 5322/ email:

shantiesganda@gmail.com

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

SELL BEAUTIFUL SERVIETTES Prints and plain colours Earn cash quickly (082 978 9016 SH'ZEN Reps needed. Lans­ downe & Surrounding areas.(Ingrid on 072 409 0559

ALL CARPENTRY WORK All carpentry, Hanging of all doors, fixing roofs & cupboards.(Nico 021 392 6818/076 342 1470 BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738 SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

A FREE PLUMBING quote for bathroom renovations, geysers, leaks and blocked drains. Call Joseph 073 322 4661 ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713 FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING Maintanance and new installations. All workmanship guaranteed. (Frank 082 3544 076 Plumbing, Electrical .24hrs . R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906

CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 702 1208

AUTOMOTIVE ENGINEERING & MACHINING Weld and Stitch Repairs cc.... Reboring.Skim­ ming and ALL engineering requirements ,Specialised Welding, cracked cylinder heads blocks, straightening, pressure testing, metal stitching. Visit now at 11 Jagger Street, Goodwood or call 021 592 4728 / 021 592 4747

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

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

AVON

Reps needed urgently. Athlone & surrounding areas. Call Sumaya 072 700 1581 DATA CLERKS needed ­ Work from home with or wit­ hout computers. Sms name and address to 073 176 4267 DATA ENTRY JOBS & TRAINING Own hours, steady income, jobs guarenteed. Work 60min a day and earn up to R9 000p/m. For further info sms your name, surname, postal address to 081 364 2853

ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713

DATA ENTRY with or wit­ hout computer. Own hours. SMS name & address for full brochure to 073 423 3436

TILING CONCEPTS

Bathroom renovations, wall and floor tiling. All Tiling at R50/sqm. Ph 074 129 5829

DATA WORX IS THE WAY TO EARN EXTRA CASH. Sms your full name and address for full brochure to 071 978 4212 ASAP!

TILING indoor & outdoor. Call Jeremy on 021 391 2517 or 072 395 2479

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

FINANCIAL FREEDOM Earn +_ R25 000 part time. SMS FREEDOM to 34008 MBOMA PREPAID AIRTIME Earn extra money by selling prepaid airtime. Reasonable prices. Place your orders today with Catherine on 021 788 2297/084 224 7523

RETREAT 1B/room, lounge & kitchen. R2 600p/m. Avail 01/04/2011.(021 712 0880/ 072 449 0381

RELIABLE energetic drivers needed. Own car. (HR ­ Juanita on 083 571 7828 /021 930 4219

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

AGENTS NEEDED URGENTLY Must be sales orientated. Cell phone needed.(Azell on 021 391 3574/073 014 9739 Avroy Shlain Needs agents ( Desi­ 072 447 9958 Nikki­ 021 371 5277/ 082 489 2592 Ganeefah ­ 072 048 2071

BLOCKMAN AND COUNTERHAND

Required for butchery. Ph 021 694 7161

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

CAPE TOWN BASED COMPANY IS OPENING UP A NEW BRANCH & NEEDS TO EXPAND IT'S SALES FORCE! No transport or previous sales experience needed. All training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives. For appointment, call Andre on 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply. EXPERIENCED CAR AUDIO & SECURITY INSTALLERS Required at SOUNDMATCH Call Zubeida on 021 638 6302 or fax cv to 021 638 1142

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

WINDOW TINTING SPECIALIST

We train u in 2 weeks and assist u into a job!

Required at

To Register, visit: 68 Durban Road, van der Stel

SOUNDMATCH

Tuesday 8 March 2011

QUALIFIED PAINTERS NEEDED Fax your ID, contact number and address, and previous work experience with contact numbers to fax: 086 751 9317

PERSONA STAFF BOILERMAKER/ MAINTENANCE FITTER Trade tested. Northern Suburbs. R50­R60 p/h WAREHOUSE STAFF Matric + experience. M/Gardens. R3 200 pm CODE 14 DRIVER Local driving. R5 500 pm

TOPPORTS (Tops in Carports)

We Build Carports Over 20 years experience Built in 2 days Material & labour included, From R5 000 FOR TOP WORKMANSHIP AND TOP SERVICE Call Lestor for a

FREE Quotation Now!!

083 721 2303 / 073 137 2089 021 6911 801

dawcarports@mweb.co.za

PRESS OPERATORS Matric + production experience R4 000 pm Please send CV to cv@personas­ taff.co.za Fax:086 514 1078 or Ph:021­975 0137

Building, 5th Fl, Bellville.

BELHAR 2 bed, bic, ffk, lounge, very neat. R375 000. BELHAR 4/5 bed, kit, lnge, TLC. R395 000. TAFELSIG x 2 2 bed, bic, lnge, f.k, gar, big yard, freestanding, R285 000, 3 bed, lnge, kit, f/encl, R245 000c.i EASTRIDGE x 2 3 bed, l/d, kit, garage, f.encl. R265 000 incl costs. DELFT Beautiful home 2 bed, ffk, t/shower, pool, tiled throughout. A must view R295 000 incl cost. SCHAAPKRAAL A must to view. L/d, 4 bed, bic, ffk, en suite, + 2 bed sep entr, f/k, bic, neat + pool, gar. R1.4 mil. LENTEGEUR 3 bed, kitch, lounge, enclosed. R295 000 incl cost. Call Tapee 074 2988 140 GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accom. R800p/night. Sleeps 6.(079 522 4309. www.weekendescape.co.za

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

REALNET SELECT PROPERTIES REQUIRED IN ANY AREA

We have qualified buyers. Call Karen 083 494 3939

WAVECREST, S/FONTEIN R530 000 NEG

Neat, 2 beds, bic, mes, fully tiled, ffk, knotty pine ceiling downlights, spacious lounge, dining with fireplace, automated garage, paved patio, entertainment room with braai, DSTV connections.For viewing call 083 700 2791

EARN CASH NOW Sell tupperware full or part time. ( Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 or Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME EARN extra cash in your own time. For more info sms name and address to 074 208 1452 Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008

eDATA GROUP Jobs Guaranteed! Work at your own time and receive a steady income!

We will train YOU in just a few days for: * Data Entry Research * Word Processing & Transcription * Data Entry Marketing * Data Entry Without a Computer

SMS your name and postal address for a full info brochure to:

072 953 9717

(std rates apply) or visit www.edatagroup.co.za

Call: 021 948 9551 074 209 5445 083 880 6998 078 904 5703 Register today. Training begins 14 March 2011. www.ibmit.co.za

Call Zubeida on 021 638 6302 or fax cv to 021 638 1142

EXTRA INCOME with DATAWORX with/ with­out computer. For info, sms Name/Address 073 145 4670 NATIONAL bank requires loan consultants, salary R4 280. bonus, company trans­ port provided. Must be young 21 to 28 years and matriculated. (HR ­Juanita on 083 571 7828 all hours/office­ 021 930 4219

NEW YEAR JOBS!

2011 Special, Available Immediately, No Experience needed, local + International placements Training + Certificate + Job Placement " Flight Attendants, Receptionists, Bank Tellers, Cashiers / Data Capturers, Office Administrators " Book Keepers / Accounts " Computer IT, Call Centre, Waiters & Bartenders, Home Base Nursing " Free Computer Training Come to: Bellville, 14 Kruskal Avenue, Same Building with African Bank & PC training building on the 4th Floor. @ AH Personnel / YIES Project, Co.Reg.No.2008/129244/23 CALL: 021 820 3231, 021 9464 663 078-857-8272, 078-857-8271 Registration fee is R500 REGISTER today to avoid disappointments.

082 972 9682 ebuyers 08-03-11-1AKHBMV.cdr

Heideveld - Roggeberg rd - R299 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet fully enclosed Zeekoevlei - Eastbank close - R629 000excl Freestanding 3bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, garage enclosed on 400plus sqm Ruyterwacht - Texel str - R 699 000excl Freestanding 3bedroom home, lounge, diningroom, fitted kitchen, 2xbath/toilet, double garage, double carport, and braai area, on 500sqm plot

Rocklands - North west str - R350 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, ++ double tandem garage ++ 1bed room granny flat with corner bath, fulle enclosed Old Woodlands - Dune drive - R379 000excl Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, Garage fully enclosed on spacious plot Rocklands - Beaufort str - R 299 000excl 3bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed

Kensington - Laubcher crescent - R 859 000excl Freestanding facebrick 3bed home, 3 full bathrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, Carport for 4 cars, ++ Spacious 2bedroom seperate entrance, with 2bathrooms, Lounge, kitchen, fully enclosed on 500 plus sqm plot

Rocklands - Cormorant str - R279 000excl Neat 2bed home, lounge, open plan kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed

Kenilworth - Kenilworth village - Punters str R 579 000excl 2bed home, kitchen, lounge, bath/toilet. enclosed

Rocklands - Stearman close - R2 7 9 000excl 2 bedroom home in quiet circle, lounge, open plan kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed

For all the above contact : Latiefa George on 082 972 9682


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Office: 021 712 9371/6472 Email: grassypark@rawsonproperties.com GRASSY PARK R1 199 000 neg

LOTUS RIVER R875 000 neg

LOTUS RIVER R699 000 neg

MONTAGU'S GIFT R650 000 neg

RETREAT R749 000 neg

LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

SPREAD OUT IN THIS LARGE DOUBLE STOREY FAMILY HOME PACKED WITH POTENTIAL, 6 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS, 2 KITCHENS & AMPLE GROUND FOR PARKING. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

FIRST TIME OFFERED Very neat 3 bedrooms, sunken lounge, dining-room, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom sep toilet, secure 3 car carport PLUS complete 1 bedroomed granny flat. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

3 bed (B.I.C’s +carpets), lounge/dining-room, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom + separate toilet, garage door & carport. Double garage at the back of the house. Burglar bars & security gates all around. GARETH 072 966 5758

STEENBERG R325 000 neg

GRASSY PARK R250 000 neg

LAKE VIEW RETREAT R590 000 neg

STEENBERG R350 000 neg

WELL LOCATED, WELL BUILT, WELL MAINTAINED Neat move-in condition home comprising of lounge / dining-room, fully fitted kitchen, 3 bedrooms, main bed with bic, family bathroom with shower & bath, automated garage for 2 cars, lovely garden, braai area, automated gates, burglar bars & alarm system A must to view CELESTE 072 112 8848 / LORENZO 082 734 7760

RICH IN TRADITION Spacious 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge open plan dining-room, tv area, fully fitted eat-in kitchen, pool, complete 1 bedroomed granny flat, single garage PLUS secure parking for 5 cars

RETREAT R575 000 neg

R270 000: TAFELSIG Free-standing, 3Beds, Open plan fitted kitchen Family Bathroom, Lounge-tiles, large grounds Call: Shaamiel 082 723 1118

R250 000: HANOVER PARK 3Beds, Open plan fitted kitchen Bathroom, Lounge, Yard Front & Back, Parking ×2 Cars Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341

R250 000: BONTEHEUWEL 2Beds, Kitchen, Fam Bath, (Shower) Lounge, Paved Driveway Call: Shaamiel 082 723 1118

R340 000: PORTLANDS Free-standing, 3Beds, Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Lounge Call: Shaamiel 082 723 1118

R4 500 000: PHILLIPI Farm, 5 beds, lounge, dinning room, study, garage, 2 en suite, 2 separate entrances and Garden Doerriyah 084 055 3877

ATTENTION SELLERS IN ROCKLANDS WE HAVE BUYERS

R450 000.00 Westage 2 beds bic, fam. bathroom, ff kitchen, lounge, big grounds, fully enclosed, tiled throughout and Galvanized gates. Shihaam 072 192 1411

R310 000: LENTEGEUR 2Beds, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Lounge, Big Grounds on Eisleben, Potential business site Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411

R250 000: BEACON VALLEY 3Beds, Kitchen, Toilet & shower, lounge, beautiful garden with trees Call: Nazeem 084 2950 130

ATTENTION SELLERS IN WESTRIDGE WE HAVE BUYERS

R385 000: WESTRIDGE Freestanding, 3Beds, FF kitchen, f/bath, lounge, garden front & back, Big grounds, Modern Call: Shihaam 072 192 1411

ATTENTION SELLERS IN TAFELSIG WE HAVE BUYERS

R350 000: LENTEGEUR 7Beds, 1 with ensuite, Kitchen, 2 Family Bath, Lounge, Garage

R459 000.00 Woodlands

R200 000: TAFELSIG 3 Beds, Kitchen, Family Bath Lounge

R350 000: WESTRIDGE 3Beds, Toilet & Bath, Kitchen, Lounge, Enclosed Parking, Quiet Area. Call: Nazeem 084 2950 130

R340 000 : MORGENSTER Freestanding 2 Beds, Fam Bath, Lounge, Kitchen, Parking 4 Cars, Garden CALL: SHANAAZ 071 203 6341

R200 000 : TAFELSIG

A CUT ABOVE THE REST Very neat 4 bedroomed home with mes & bic, lounge, open diningroom, modern fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, tiles & laminated flooring throughout PLUS tandem garage & entertainment area. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

CLEAN UP, PAINT UP, SELL UP! 3 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom PLUS carport. Needs TLC. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

GROUND FLOOR FLAT 2 beds with lounge, kitchen, bathroom & parking bay next to room. GARETH 072 966 5758

A HONEY OF A STARTER 3 bedrooms, mes, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom & garage facade. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELSTE 072 112 8848

Daloris 076 706 0910

CALL: SHANAAZ 071 203 6341

R1 100 000: VANGUARD ESTATE 5Beds, MES, FFK, Diningrm, Pool Area, Separate enterance + more Call: Shariff 082 781 2903

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Freestanding, 2 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Fam. Bathroom Shihaam 072 192 1411

CALL: SHANAAZ 071 203 6341

5 Beds, 2 with BIC, 1 with sliding door leading to yard, Bathroom, Kitchen, Lounge tiled, All bedrooms Laminated Floors, Sun room, Carport for 5 cars.

ATTENTION SELLERS IN WOODLANDS WE HAVE BUYERS

FRIENDLY LITTLE HOME 2 bedrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom & yard space. LORENZO 082 734 7760 / CELESTE 072 112 8848

GRASSY PARK & RETREAT TEL: 021 712 6472 / 021 712 9371 BRANCHES: WETTON 021 761 0707 M/PLAIN 021 391 2200

EST. 1996

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

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

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

HANOVER PARK: R385.000excl D/storey Semi, 5Bedrooms, 2xLounge, 3xF/Bath, Mes, 2xKitchen, Fasade. NORMAN 083 772 8912

ROCKLANDS: R420 000excl Semi 3 beds, lounge, drm, jetmaster, kitchen, garage, d/carport, enclosed. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

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

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

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

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

ROCKLANDS R399 999 excl D/storey, 4 beds, lounge cum d/room, f/bath, mes, garage SAEEDA 083 519 4159

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

OTTERY: R340 000excl Flat, 2 beds, lounge, f/bath, OPK, pool, p/bay, enclosed. RAHEEL 082 796 8137

FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 5.95% COMMISSION

6 Ailsa Road Ferness Estate Ottery Judybprop@mweb.co.za CK No: 2001/08104/23

CALL: JUDY BROWN 079 630 8222 or (021) 703 3629

OTTERY: OTTERY: OTTERY: OTTERY: PLUMSTEAD: KENSINGTON

CALL: CHERYL SNYDERS 083 687 5125

3 beds, mes, bic, f.f kitchen, carport for 2 cars with gar door, solar geyser R650 000. COTTAGE 2 beds, bics, f/f kitchen, secure, R499 000 BELLETUIN PARK 3 beds bics, f/f kitchen, R630 000. 3 beds, bics, fitted kitchen, R690 000. R1.1 Million. 3/4 bedroomed, fitted kitchen, swimming pool + garage FLAT 2 beds, f/f kitchen, 24 hr sec. R450 000.

RENTALS KENSINGTON FLAT Available 1 April, 2 beds, ff kitchen, R3800 pm. KUILS RIVER Available 1st May 2011, 3 beds, mes, bic, f/f kitchen, double garage. R4500pm.

ATHLONE 021 696 4114

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MENU:

LANSDOWNE R1.295 Million

Schaapkraal: 4th Avenue – 1 acre (Rural) - R899 000 (UNDER OFFER)

RAZEEN 072 619 8155 SOLE MANDATE

PELICAN HEIGHTS R1.65 Million

Schaapkraal: Strandfontein Road – Vacant Land – 5000m² – ‘PRIME POSITION FOR BUSINESS’ – R1.7 Million Wynberg: Top Floor Bachelor flat – R320 000

NEW RELEASE

SOLE MANDATE

Wynberg: Broadview apartments – R575 000 Lotus River: 5 Beds, 3 Baths, Parking – R875 000 (New

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 2 WEB ACCESS: KW1042152 SHAMEEMAH 083 335 4713

LOTUS RIVER: R770 000

Release) Razeen: 072 619 8155

NEW RELEASE

BEDS: 6 | BATHS: 3 | GARAGE: 2 | + SWIMMING POOL BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 3 | GRANNY FLAT WEB ACCESS: KW1041255 WEB ACCESS: Kw347 019 RAZEEN 072 619 8155 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

LOTUS RIVER:

R775 000 LOTUS RIVER: R875 000

Zeekoevlei: Fisherman’s walk – Vacant erf, 624m² – R540 000

ANDY 074 470 7068

SHAMEEMAH 083 335 4713

Schaapkraal – R1.680 Million – Sold By Us in one week Andy 074 470 7068 Lansdowne (Old): Almar Road – R1.8 Million Ottery – Woodale Road – R675 000 Sierra Park – Woodland Road – R399 000 Shameemah 083 335 4713

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SOLE MANDATE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | PARKING: 1 | GRANNY FLAT: 1 ACCESS: KW1041293 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

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NEW RELEASE

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. Old Mutual Cubs softballers shut out Glenthorn 5-0 and Falcons SAPS rallied to beat Westridge Yankees 3-1 in the WP Super League on Saturday. These setbacks leave Glenthorn and Yankees joint first, prior to their outstanding clashes tonight (Tuesday) at 20:00 and on Saturday at 17:00 at City Park in Athlone. Yankees and St Martin’s will contest the knockout final at City Park on Sunday. . The LFA Greater Wynberg changed to its original name of South Peninsula Football Association when it held its annual meeting at Vrygrond on Sunday 27 February.

The name change was motivated by Sam Kahn, a life member of the Grassy Park-based association. . Devonshire Rovers AFC juniors will practise on Thursday 10 March at the William Herbert sports field in Wynberg, starting at 16:30. New members from under-7 to under-17 are welcome. Call Sonia Wanza on 079 504 3625 for details.

. Silvertree Football Club is on the lookout for new members from age 15 to play in its senior team in the Interdenomination Christian Fellowship FA competitions at the Allenby Drive Sports Complex, Retreat. Call Wally Dyason on 083 737 1776. . Muizenberg Hotspurs FC needs players for its senior teams that will play in a social league at the Chukker Road

Sports Complex, Kenwyn on Sundays. Call Matt on 073 385 196 or Adiel on 072 413 7174. . The Retreat Old Boys Rugby Club will hold a “down memory lane” sing-along at the Square Hill Civic Hall on Saturday 26 March. Admission is R10 and all members and supporters are welcome to the fundraiser from 13:00 to 18:00. Bring your own eats and drinks. . Wolverhampton AFC practices are held at the Chukker Road sports field in Kenwyn on Mondays and Wednesdays. The juniors start practising at 17:30 and the seniors at 18:30.

AXIS

Call Mark Anthony 021 704 2160/ 083 482 4250

PROPERTIES

021 705 3507 / 021 705 1798 NEW RELEASE NEW RELEASE A/H 021 705 3903 RONDEBOSCH EAST - R 1.1 MILL STEENBERG - R 350 000 Fax: 0866 456 755 Neat 2 Bedrooms, lounge tiled, fitted 3 & 4 bedrooms, Built in cupboards, axis.properties2@gmail.com kitchen, bathrm tiled, fully sescured, fitted kitchen, spacious lounge/dining, 500 - 650 Sqm size plots, potential

WANT A MARKET VALUATION? potential grounds, off Botma street

MUST VIEW!!!

MUST GO!!!

EASTRIDGE- R 280 000 incl Cost GRASSY PARK - R750 000 Neg Neat 3 Beds, carpets,loung/dinin rm 3 bedrooms Semi, lounge, kitchen, parking for 2, yard, family bath, driveway, Larg grounds URGENT SALE

MARK ANTHONY2 08-03-11-1AKE33K.cdr

NEW RELEASE MITCHELLS HEIGHTS - R 270 000 Large potential and spacious 3 beds off Spine Rd close to the Mosque massive lounge/dining, need TLC

GREAT INVESTMENT

BUSINESS POTENTIAL

GRASSY PRK FLATS - R 320 000 2 x Flats In Radiant Mews, BIC, flounge, bath, fully secured complex

RYLANDS - R 1,650 000 Dbl Stry, 4 Beds, lounge / dining rm walkin closet, ff kitch, Double garage LANDSDOWNE - R 750 000 Neat 3 Beds,BIC,MES,ff kitch, loung, family bathrm, paved driveway, garage

HANOVER PARK - R 270 000 Lovely 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathrm, fully secured + Wendy house

LAVENDERHILL - R 280 000 Neat 4 beds, BIC, lounge, fitted kitch, garage for 4, enclosed, Sep entranc

FERNES ESTATE - R 800 000 Neg 3 large Bedrooms with BIC,lounge, and bathrm fully tiled,fully secured

G/PRK FLATS - R 180K - R 270K 3 Flats from R 180K, 2 beds, BIC, lounge, bath, fully secured complex

ZEEKOEVLEI - R 350 000 VACANT PLOT WITH PLANS TO BUILD DOUBLE STOREY

2X PELICAN PRK - Frm R 460 000 2 bedrooms, lounge, FF kitchen, fully secured, driveway with Wendy house

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

PELICAN PARK - R 570 000 3 beds, MES, BIC, lounge, FF kitch family bath, garage, close to mosque

G/PRK Simplex - Frm - R 330 000 Figrove & Zeekoe Mews, 2 beds, BIC, tiled lounge, bath, secured complex

PLUMSTEAD - R 1.9 Miln Neg Newley built 4 bedrm, top modern finishes, Dble garage, So much More

CLAREMONT - R 1.3 MILN VACANT PLOT WITH PLANS DUNLUCE STR

SHAFIQA - 073 313 5819

SA-EED: 082 927 5034

ZAHIDA: 084 265 4364

ABDULLAH - 073 657 2805

Strandfontein (Off Church Street) R549 000

Rocklands (Close To Spine Road High) R349 000

Free-Standing, Extended, 4 beds, bics, en-suite, fully fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, entrance hall + Garage.

Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, large tiled lounge + dining room, bathroom, main bed massive, approx.20m² + Garage + Grounds. Freshly painted.(If your combined wages is R11 000.00 per month you can buy this house)

Rocklands Only R299 000

Rocklands (Close To Station) R369 000

Renovated 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, drive-way, paving in yard, enclosed. (If your combined wages is R9300.00 per month you can buy this house)

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom + Granny Flat + Tandem Garage.

Heideveld (Next To Station) Only R299 000

Woodlands (House + Garage/Granny Flat) R369 000

3 BEDS, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, BATHROOM, + DOUBLE CARPORT. (If your combined wages is R9300.00 per month you can buy this house)

Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, large lounge, fully fitted kitchen, nice bathroom + Garage with Shower & toilet/ Potential Granny Flat.

Axis 10x4 080311 1AKFVGF

Call Anthony Arendse 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

Call Mark Anthony 021 704 2160/ 083 482 4250

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Belhar (Behind Shopping Centre) R349 000

Zeekoeivlei Only R629 000

Strandfontein R499 000

Newfields Village Only R329 000

Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, New tiles thru-out, newly painted inside, drive-way, large yard. (If your combined wages is R10 800.00 per month you can buy this house)

Lovely Face-Brick. 3 beds,en-suite, lounge, large fitted kitchen, bathroom, approx 400m² plot

3 large beds, mes, bics, beautiful fully fitted kitchen, large tiled lounge, drive-thru remote garage + carport (2 cars), family bathroom, beautiful house.

Lovely 3 beds, tiled lounge, bathroom, Beautiful fully fitted kitchen, paved drive-way, enlosed, grounds. Nice Area. (If your combined wages is R10 000.00 per month you can buy this house)

Grassy Park (Close To M5 Highway) Kenilworth (Kenilworth Village) Only R729 000 Only R559 000

Large 3 beds, bics, lounge, family Lovely 2 beds, lounge, bathroom & shower, large fitted bathroom, fitted kitchen, yard, kitchen, double garage & Pool & Braai in complex. entertainment area, large corner Within walking distance to polt, enclosed

Kenilworth Centre.

GRASSY PARK

2 bedroomed townhouse in secure complex ­ R340 000

SEAWINDS

3 bedroomed home with garage ­ R395 000

SOUTHFIELD 2 bedroomed flat in secure complex ­ R420 000

GRASSY PARK

3 bedroomed home with double garage and pool ­ R795 000

ZEEKOEVLEI

3 bedroomed home on 856 sqm plot ­ R800 000

Ph 021­706 7645 or 083 976 1824

Lakeside Mews Only R349 000

2 beds, bic, laminated floors, tiled lounge, fully fitted kitchen, fully tiled bathroom, cemented yard.

Menu

Steenberg (Symphony Avenue) Only R199 000 Large 320m² Plot for Sale. Nice Area. CASH BUYERS COME & NEGOTIATE.

GRASSY PARK SEMI R730 000 This immaculate spacious family home offers lounge/dining room with jetmaster, 3 bedrooms with bics in main, fam bathroom, large fitted kitchen with nook, plus 2 bed granny flat, plus enclosed parking for one or two cars

GRASSY PARK/ ZEEKOEVLEI R550 000 3 Bed starter home with bics, cosy lounge, with jetmaster, FF kitchen, 2 full bathrooms, enclosed carport for 2 cars plus parking for 1 car.

Call Dorothy 082 429 6722 or 021 715 9185

Rocklands (Close To Cedars) Parow West (Churchill Estate) Only R719 000 Only R279 000

Neat 2 beds, lounge, bathroom, fitted kitchen(Granite Tops), large grounds, enclosed, cemented yard. If your combined wages is R8800.00 per month you can buy this house

Eastridge (Greenhill Village) R439 000

Close To Giel Basson. Large 3 beds, mes, lounge + dining, large fully fitted kitchen, double carport + garage. NEAT PROPERTY.

Rocklands R329 000

Renovated 3 beds, lounge, What A Beauty! Very Large 3/4 beds, bic, en-suite, large lounge & separate fully fitted kitchen, bathroom + dining, entertainment area/bar, undercover braai, kitchen, remote double Garage. (If your combined tandem garage + Potential Granny Flat. (If your combined wages is wages as R10 800.00 per R13 200.00 per month you can buy this house) month you can buy this house)

RUKEYA HOOSAIN

ATHLONE/ALICEDALE R680 000. excl 3 beds, lounge, diningroom, f/kitchen, granny flat 1 room, lounge, kitchen plus undercover parking 4 cars. RYLANDS ESTATE: R500 000 excl. Duplex 3 beds, mes, upstairs lounge, f kitchen, bathroom + courtyard. GATESVILLE: R1 799 000 excl double storey, 7 beds, lounge, diningroom, large ffk plus pantry/scullery, granny flat, tandem garage, undercover parking for 4 cars 550m² plot. PARKTOWN: ATHLONE R399 000 excl maisonette, 3 beds maisonette, lounge, kitchen, big yard RUYKEYA 082 741 1109

RYLANDS ESTATE/ ATHLONE R510 000. Rylands Mews: 3 bed, t/house, fit kitch, 24 hr security complex. PELICAN PARK ­ PEACOCK CLOSE R550 000. Turquoise Cresc. 3 Beds, main en suite, garaging for 4 vehicles.

NASAN BELGRAVIA 082 770 7761 R565 000. 2nd Ave. Spacious 2 bed semi + fit kitch with ample parking LANSDOWNE COMMERCIAL R2 Million Neg. Blomvlei Road. Prime Industrial land measuring 1069m². Zoning: General Industrial

GONA 082 926 2371

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TROUBLESOME: Ajax Cape Town FC’s Tafadzwa Rusike (left) tests Gordon Gil­ bert in the Mpu­ malanga Black Aces defence, during Ajax’s 2­1 win in an Absa Premier Soccer League match at Athlone Stadium on Sunday.Photo: Rashied Isaacs

TACKLED: DHL Stormers centre Jean de Villiers attempts to break free from a pack of Cheetahs, including Robert Ebersohn, as Juan de Jongh lends support, during the Storm­ ers’ 21­15 win in a Super Rugby clash at Newlands on Saturday. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

FULL SWING: Shaheen Khan of Old Mutual hits out against Claremont in a Western Province 1A League cricket match at Constantia on Saturday. Old Mutual scored 184 and Claremont responded with 161 in their first innings. The wicketkeeper is Keenan Bowers. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

POWER SPRINT: Nabeela Parker of South Peninsula High placed second in the 100m race for girls under­17 at the Western Province Champion of Champions schools athletic meet­ ing at Bellville Stadum on Saturday. Parker also finished third in the 200m race to qualify for the Western Cape championships at the Dal Josafat Stadium, Paarl on Saturday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

DUST UP: Paul Bell of VOB attempts to tag Faizal Moosa of Athlone Athletics during the clubs’ 6­6 draw in a WP Major League baseball match at Kenwyn on Saturday. Title­chasers Athletics went on to beat nearest rivals Bellville Tygers 8­7 on Sunday to open up a five­point lead at the top of the log. Photo: Rashied Isaacs ACHIEVER: Steenberg High athlete Valentina da Rocha won gold in the triple jump for girls 20 at the Western Prov­ ince Champion of Champions athletic meeting at Bellville Stadium on Saturday. Da Rocha cleared 12.30m to place first, after setting a new WP schools record of 12.42m at the WP A Section meeting on Thursday 24 February. Da Rocha who repre­ sented South Africa at the first World Youth Ol­ ympics in Singapore in 2010, will compete in the long jump event at the Yellow Pages cham­ pionship at Bellville on Thursday evening. SA athlete Janice Josephs – a former Steenberg High learner – will also take part in the event. Photo: Rashied Isaacs


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Nacerodien confirmed yesterday that he was opposed to clubs that were not in financial compliance – accordHE LFA Cape District’s long-serving president, ing to the constitution – being allowed to participate in Winston Engledoe, survived his closest election the elections. “I felt I was at a dead end when the delebattle at the recent annual meeting, reflecting that gates allowed the constitution rules to be broken,” said all is not well in the once powerful association. Nacerodien, a member of the Garlandale AFC. Nacerodien also made no secret of the fact that he had Engledoe defeated Nathan Less by 22 votes to 19 to hold no intention to stand down in favour of Less – as had been on to the reins for a fourth consecutive two-year term of anticipated – in the battle for the hot seat. office in a contest that could have gone either way. This bit of intrigue unfolded when Nacerodien insistThis vote had a ripple effect on the rest of the elections, ed – according to the constitution – that clubs as well as with several candidates withdrawing their nominations, nominees were ineligible to participate in the elections at the 82nd annual meeting held at the Wilif they were not in financial compliliam Herbert hall in Wynberg on Sunday 27 ance. Nacerodien’s call for the constiFebruary. Engledoe, in response to a list of tution to take its course would have questions that People’s Post sent him on ruled both Ashford Athletic AFC memThursday 3 March, preferred not to combers Engledoe and Less out of the ment on any of the questions. “I feel it is race – making him the only eligible best to consult my executive committee or nominee for the presidency. general council on whether I should reHowever, the majority of delegates spond,” Engledoe said yesterday. differed with Nacerodien’s views by acThe questions posed were: cepting the reasons offered by South. Several nominees withdrew from ampton, Ashford, Spenston and Peninstanding for executive positions – including sula for not being square on the books. Yusuf Nacerodien, who withdrew his nomiThere were several twists in the connation for president when he left the meettest for the two vice-president’s posiing early. What are your feelings on this? Winston Engledoe tions. It started when Rashied Cloete of . Do you think the reaction would have Blue Bells AFC declined the vice-presibeen the same from other nominees if either Less or dent (disciplinary and registrations) position, after pollNacerodien had won the vote? ing the most votes in a four-person contest. Cloete re. Some clubs were allowed to vote without the required ceived 16 votes; Elton Lotriet 14 and Neil Pietersen 11, credentials and/or being out of compliance. Will this set while Basil Palanyandi received no backing. Southampa precedent for future meetings? ton AFC, who nominated Palanyandi, surprisingly voted . What strengths will the new-look executive bring to for one of the other nominees. Cloete, after declining a the table? vice-president’s position, said he felt he could “serve the . What are the priorities for the new executive to tack- game better” by taking up the position of head of competile? tions. In the light of this development, Lotriet of Stepha. How will the LFA Cape District address the ongoing nian AFC was elevated to Cloete’s position. concern among soccer clubs – raised at the annual meetPietersen of Battswood AFC was elected unopposed as ing – that gate income generated entirely by soccer goes vice-president (youth affairs), after incumbent Less indito the Facilities Management Committee (FMC), while the cated he would withdraw from the voting as Garlandale other FMC affiliates like ballroom dancing, walking clubs AFC (who had nominated him) had left the meeting. and dog clubs raise no income but benefit from the use The Baltic Rangers, Montague Spurs, Hout Bay Celtic of the sports complex? and UCT clubs – which could have influenced the final The one-on-one contest between Engledoe and Less vote counts – had no delegates present at the meeting. arose when Nacerodien – the other candidate for the pres. The LFA Cape District executive committee is: ident’s position – withdrew his nomination at the time Winston Engledoe (president), Elton Lotriet and Neil he left the meeting, prior to the elections. Pietersen (vice-presidents), Grant Adams (CEO), Yusuf Nacerodien’s move, which caught club delegates by Parker (head of finance), Brian van Kesteren (deputy surprise, came soon after he had asked whether all clubs head of finance), Rashied Cloete (head of competitions), were eligible to vote at the meeting. and Richard Mahwayo (trustee). BRIAN GAFFNEY

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An airborne Granwald Scott of Ajax Cape Town FC challenges Thokozane of Mpumalanga Black Aces FC during Ajax’s 2­1 win in an Absa Premier Soccer League match at Athlone Stadium on Sunday. In other PSL matches, Vasco Da Gama and Maritzburg United drew 2­2, while Santos and Moroka Swallows drew 0­0 at the weekend. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

Arendse gets tough SAFA Cape Town was forced to adjourn a general council meeting in Old Crossroads on Sunday after two ineligible LFA Crossroads members refused to leave the meeting. The situation became heated when Safa CT president Norman Arendse told Mike Siheke and Mlungisi Bleki from Crossroads to leave as they “were not accredited to attend”. Siheke and Bleki both served as president of LFA Crossroads

before a task team headed by Safa CT vice-president Eric Gum was appointed to take over the administration. Arendse said yesterday it would have been “disrespectful to the accredited task team” if he tolerated the presence of Siheke and Bleki at the meeting. Arendse said only accredited delegates will be allowed to attend the adjourned meeting on Sunday 13 March at Athlone Stadium, starting at 10:00. .

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