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Fantastic! Santos fans on Saturday took part in the first ever fanwalk hosted by their club. The walk started at the Indoor Centre in Lan­ ga and stretched 1,8 kil­ ometres to Athlone Sta­ dium. The walk was part of the build­up to Santos’ Absa Premiership match against Orlando Pirates at the stadium last Satur­ day. Those who took part in the fanwalk were treat­ ed to performances by Born to Perform, a group of local cheerleaders, and the Saints Brass Band from Mitchell’s Plain, as well as an ap­ pearance by former Springbok wing and Rug­ by World Cup winner, Chester Williams.

Pagad eyes gang­ridden Hanover Park TAMMY PETERSEN

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NLY six months after a truce was reached between warring gangs, sporadic shootings have people fearing that lives will once again be lost in the crossfire. And while the police say they have the situation “under control”, Pagad representatives say that calls have been received from concerned locals for the anti-gangsterism-and -drug organisation to step in to help restore the peace. Attempts by the Hanover Park Community Police Forum (CPF) to arrange peace talks with the warring gangs have so far been unsuccessful, after the leaders failed to pitch for meetings on Tuesday and

Wednesday. Six months ago, six people were killed and 10 were injured in a bloody shootout for turf between the Stoepa Boys, Ghettos, Americans and Mongrels. After four weeks of flying bullets and tension in the area, a truce was called when the CPF held peace talks between the gangs, and the community took a stand during a community march for peace. But, says Warrant Officer Ettienne Conradie, the spokesperson for Philippi police, the unrest started again on Wednesday when a member of the Mongrels stabbed an Americans gangster. “When the police members arrived on the scene, they faced gunfire from the gangsters and had to return fire. One of the police vehi-

fiscated a Beretta gun and one empty magazine.” The serial number had been filed off In Blinkwater Court, another runaway suspect, wearing a bulletproof vest, was arrested. Police then searched a house in Lansry Walk, where 20 9mm live rounds and one assault rifle bullet was seized. The 33-year-old suspect, who was hiding in a nearby house, was arrested. The house in which he was nabbed was then searched and police found a .357 Magnum revolver, 46 .38 rounds of ammunition and six other live rounds. In Galilee Court, a Z88 9mm Vektor with its serial number filed off, one empty magazine and 15 rounds of live ammunition were

seized and a 28-year-old suspect was arrested. The seven suspects, believed to all be members of the Americans, face two charges of attempted murder, two of possession of prohibited firearms, possession of an unlicensed firearm and three charges of unlawfully possessing ammunition. They appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court yesterday but police were unable to confirm the outcome of the case as the docket has not yet been returned to the station. tammy.petersen@peoplespost.co.za

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DO YOU KNOW HIM?: A pa­ tient, who says his name is Zonwabele Gongxeka (53), has been

Lunch for abused women THE Women’s Hope Education and Training Trust (WHEAT) will be hosting a luncheon at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on Wednesday 11 May. The luncheon forms part of the organisation’s “1 000 Women United Against Domestic Violence” initiative, which seeks to raise awareness of the abuse of women. A table for 10 costs R3 500 for individuals, R50 000 for a corporation and R10 000 for a small-to-medium enterprise.All of the proceeds will go towards assisting abused women. The event starts at 12:00 and ends at 14:30. For further information, please contact Briegje Piper Wijsenbeek on (021) 762-6214 or 083 264 5744.

Support charity drive CHRISTEL HOUSE AFRICA is calling on all corporates and individuals to support their annual golf day on Thursday 26 May at De Zalze Golf Estate, Spier. CHSA is an independent school that gives disadvantaged children in some of Cape Town’s poorest communities free schooling and the chance to change their lives. The tee-off time is from 11:00 and the cost is R300 per four ball. Holes can be sponsored at R1 500. For more information contact Lizelle or Carla at (021) 704 9407/8.

Tuesday 10 May 2011

Eyesore finally demolished TAMMY PETERSEN

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SEMI-DETACHED house, which has earned the ire of Rondebosch East residents because of its dilapidated state, is finally being demolished. The unkempt property at the corner of Wolsey and Lansdowne roads, which has been vacant for five years after a fire destroyed the council-owned house, attracted unsavoury characters who allegedly used drugs and drank alcohol in the raw structure. The house had been stripped of copper and other metal, a part of the roof was missing and the exterior was overgrown and surrounded by rubbish. People’s Post reported on the severely damaged house when the demolition was already pending (“Operation demolition delayed”, 10 November 2009). At the time the provincial government had already approved the action, although no date had been set for it. Ruby Gelderbloem, the City’s Property Management Department director, said at the time that an engineer’s report confirmed that the house was unsuitable for occupation, but when council raised the subject with the provincial government’s Heritage Committee, the committee rejected the suggested demolition. This was because the Heritage Committee wanted to retain the house’s status as a heritage building as it was constructed in 1929. Because it was more than 60 years old, it was considered to have heritage value by default. The demolition proposal was resubmitted some time later and was approved, with the Record of Decision dating it 14 September 2009. The relevant authority was authorised to dispose of the house. People’s Post was also contacted by residents about the security guard employed to watch the house. Resident claimed that the guard would “only be there sometimes” and that money spent by the City to secure the house was “a big waste”. Will Anderson, the City’s Property Management Department’s acting director, says a total of R141 000 was spent on security at the house for the three years. This was to secure the house against illegal occupants. When asked why the process wasn’t sped up and handled with more urgency in light of the amount of ratepayers’ money being used for security, Anderson said the City had to submit itself to statutory processes, “which take time”, in order to ensure that a transparent process

GOING ... The house at the cor­ ner of Wol­ sey Road, Lansdowne stood va­ cant for five years.Photos: Tammy Petersen

(PRACTI­ CALLY) GONE: The City says the demoli­ tion will be complete by the end of the month. that could be audited was followed. “These processes involve obtaining council approvals, advertising the intention to demolish, and securing a contractor through the Supply Chain Management processes. This processes is governed by the Municipal Finance Management Act,” he says. But on Friday, half a decade of complaints saw the monstrosity wrecked, causing residents to give a cheer at seeing the back of it. “The day has come that we kiss this mess goodbye,” resident Shareefa Jackson says. “Both my hands wouldn’t be enough to show how many complaints I have lodged against this property, which gives a horrible impression of the area. It’s a relief to finally have it gone.” Ameer Jonas says he is “overjoyed” that his days of venturing onto the property are

over. “Sometimes, when the security guard was AWOL, I would see commotion at the house and go over armed with a broom. I can’t even remember how many times I chased drunk people, vagrants and tik koppe out of there. I’m glad that the council finally did something other than come up with excuses on why they were unable to resolve issues.” Anderson says the land is still the subject of a road-widening scheme and, until such time as it is de-proclaimed, will remain vacant and be maintained by the City.

Businessman fed-up with vagrancy ‘disease’ any more because of their behaviour.” A LANSDOWNE garage owner says Denzil Rywood from Hanover he has run out of ideas to keep vaPark says he once had a “run in” grants from harassing his customers. with a particularly aggressive vaThe Wetlands Service Station, or grant who “didn’t want to back off”. BP Ultimate, in Lansdowne Road, “He insisted that I had money in boasts a pizzeria, ATMs and a cafe – my pocket and that I was a ‘synige but the immaculate business seems vark’ that didn’t want to share. I got to have attracted the wrong kind of out of the car to confront him and he customers. started to run away, while calling his Hoosain Firfiray describes the vafriends and accusing me of attacking grancy as “a disease” that is bad for him. business and frustrating to both him CLEAR: The Wetlands Service Station in Lansdowne Road on “This one woman then threw and his patrons. a quiet day. Photo: Tammy Petersen stones at me before running off. “We have a security guard who regThey are irritating, rude and don’t ularly checks in at the garage and chases Fred Julies, from Kenwyn, says he has belong at a place of business.” them away, but they keep coming back,” the learnt to “roll up and look forward” when apYolanda Faro, the deputy chief for Metro irritated businessman says. proached by a vagrant. Police, says vagrants are protected under the “I phone the authorities but they say that “They come from all directions and bom- right to freedom of movement, leading to law if the vagrants aren’t doing anything illegal, bard you with their requests for money or enforcement’s hands being tied when it they are unable to arrest them. I am even a cigarette. I don’t regularly come here any comes to begging. looking at employing a permanent guard more because I’m tired of being harassed by “The only time they can be requested to here to keep them away.” drunk people.” move or face arrest is if they are potentially Petrol attendants say they regularly have Mymoena Lewis, from Lansdowne, says a involved in illegal activities. It’s the individto chase vagrants away who “beg, swear and vagrant once tried to smack her after she re- ual’s right to go wherever he or she pleases.” perform”. fused to give him change. She adds that the business owner should “They come back every time,” one attend“He was so drunk that he hit my shoulder encourage customers to not give anything to ant says. “Customers are always complain- instead of my face. He then started to pound the vagrants. ing about them and they are bad for busi- on my bonnet as I drove away. “This will just encourage them to return. ness. People always compliment us on our “Since then I only come to the garage when People should rather be encouraged to give service and on the appearance of the garage it’s really busy, because when there are peo- donations to shelters because by giving them but the bergies put them off from coming ple around they don’t perform half as much. what they ask for, they will keep coming back.” I know of people who don’t come here at all back.” TAMMY PETERSEN


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Tuesday 10 May 2011

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Watch members accused of assault TAMMY PETERSEN

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HE Lansdowne Community Police Forum will launch an investigation into claims that members of a local neighbourhood watch are guilty of heavy handedness, which has been witnessed by concerned residents.

sector managers. The Church Street resident, who does not want to be named, says he witnessed men, who got out of a van marked “Lansdowne Neighbourhood Watch”, beat up “suspiciouslooking characters” on two occasions. “At the end of last year I heard a commotion in the middle of the night coming from outside my house. When I looked through my front window, I saw a group of men beating up this guy while he lay on the ground. They were relentless – they were really laying into him.” He says he didn’t phone the po-

We do not want to see the revival of vigilantes

This comes after a man expressed “deep concern” after allegedly witnessing members of the watch severely assaulting suspected thieves on two occasions without alerting the authorities. Lansdowne police have also confirmed that complaints have been received before about the conduct of the Lansdowne Neighbourhood Watch. These will be addressed by

lice because he thought the man “was probably a burglar or something”. But about three weeks ago, the man claims to have again witnessed an attack on a suspect at the corner of Rompe and Albert roads. “My daughter and I watched as they beat this man in the street, and this time I decided to phone the police. I couldn’t just stand back and watch these people take the law into their own hands.” He says a police vehicle drove past the scene about 10 minutes later, and although he could see the blue lights in the distance, he was unable to see if the man was still lying there or if he had run off. The neighbourhood watch vehicle drove off shortly after the police vehicle drove away, the man says. Warrant Officer Robert Lakey, spokesperson for Lansdowne police, describes the allegations as “a serious matter”. “The sector manager, as well as the sector commander, will hold a

Armed robbers attack businessman The man sitting in the front instructed him to drive down Lansdowne Road while he searched the bakkie. The robber found R3 500 in cash. “The robbers instructed him to stop close to a railway station, where they jumped from the vehicle and ran off in an unknown direction, leaving the man in an area he was not familiar with. He asked a stranger where he was, and he was told that he was in Site C, Nyanga,” Lakey says. The man then drove back and went to the police station. The victim was not injured but “very shaken”, Lakey adds. He appeals to anyone with information on the incident to phone the station on (021) 700-9000.

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meeting with the watch to remind them of what the procedure is and what protocol should be followed. If neighbourhood watch members are being abusive, it will be followed up on.” Lakey continues that neighbourhood watches may only hold a suspect until the police arrive. “They cannot search the suspect or beat him. These volunteers also have to work within the boundaries of the law and if they make themselves guilty of assault, they will be arrested, as would any other member of the public.” Lansdowne Community Police Forum chairperson Majidie Abrahams says he is still in the process of registering the new members in the various neighbourhood watches. “There has been a group who did not want to register and wants to operate outside the proper structures, and this matter is being looked into.” He declined to elaborate on the group.

Abrahams says after members are registered, they are sent for training so that they “learn what they can and can’t do”. “We do not want to see the revival of vigilantism. Volunteers are doing a noble task, but they can’t become the scourge they are protecting their community from.” He adds that the matter will be investigated. Subforum chairperson, Ismail Jefferies, says the group should not be seen as a watch which falls under the CPF’s banner, as they have refused to register with the Department of Community Safety. “Therefore, I hope that the people who were assaulted lay a charge of assault with the police. There is no place for vigilantism in the precinct.” tammy.petersen@peoplespost.co.za


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Archives Week THE Western Cape Archives and Records Service is celebrating National Archives Week from Monday 9 to Friday 13 May. The programme will run every day from 08:00 to 15:00, and the special commemorative activities include guided tours of the building, slide shows and exhibitions, including the Nobel Peace Prize Laureates Travelling Exhibition. Free workshops are also offered, including a two-day workshop on paste papermaking and basic bookbinding on Wednesday 11 and Thursday 12 May, and the very popular workshop on family history, using the many archival sources. Bookings must be made well in advance. The Western Cape Archives and Records Service is the custodian of South Africa’s earliest written records, dating from 1651 to the recent past. Any member of the public may have access to the archives. Please contact Siyabonga Ntamesi at (021) 466-8122 or email sntamesi@pgwc.gov.za. For information on the paste papermaking and basic bookbinding workshop, contact Mary Minicka at (012) 466-8119 or email mminicka@pgwc.gov.za. For the family research workshop, contact Jaco van der Merwe at (021) 466-8117 or email jfvdmerwe@pgwc.gov.za.

Learn how to knit SELFHELP MANENBERG is offering knitting training on Tuesdays from 10:00 to 15:00 at the Dows Community Center, Usk Road, Manenberg, between Tuesday 10 May and Tuesday 7 June. A R60 fee will be charged to cover the material costs. Participants are required to bring their own knitting and crochet needles. All other materials will be supplied. For further information, contact Gairo or Leslin on (021) 6915924/5, or visit the Selfhelp Manenberg head office at the back of Silvertree Youth Centre, 9 Scheldt road, Manenberg.

Have you seen them? BADISA Wynberg is urgently seeking Samantha Coetzer and Peter Herbert, who were last seen in the Athlone area. Anyone with information on their whereabouts is asked to contact Ms Du Plessis on (021) 761-2671.

Party time at VCC THE Victoria Cricket Club will be hosting a fundraiser party at the Victoria Clubhouse in Chukker Road, Kenwyn, on Saturday 14 May. Entrance is R10 and drinks will be on sale.

The City of Cape Town be­ stowed civic honours on 37 exceptional in­ dividuals and Thursday 28 April. The indi­ viduals and or­ ganisations were honoured for their out­ standing serv­ ice or contribu­ tion to the City and its residents. Ismail Teladia (right) has been in­ volved with teaching and sports administration for about three decades, and is currently a life orientation teacher in Mitchell’s Plain. He was appointed team liai­ son officer for New Zealand for both the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the 2009 Confederations Cup. Here he receives his civic honour from Dan Plato (left), execu­ tive mayor of the City of Cape Town. Photo: Carl Fourie

Tuesday 10 May 2011

Marlene le Roux (right), the director of audi­ ence development and education at the Art­ scape Theatre in Plumstead, who also serves on the board of the Suidoosterfees, received civic honours from the City of Cape Town on Thursday 28 April. Here she receives her award from Mayor Dan Plato as Achmat Ebra­ him (City Manager) looks on. Photo: Carl Fourie

Baby Caleb’s ‘killers’ in court REYANA STEYN

THE case of a mother and her boyfriend accused of beating the woman’s son to death in her Manenberg flat last year, has been postponed to Friday 20 May, when it is expected a date will be set for the commencement of the trial. Chantal Booysen and Quinton Aysen, also known as “Orre”, appeared in the Cape High Court last Friday for the murder of Caleb Booysen (2). Caleb’s lifeless body was found

in his Pam Court home on Friday 21 May 2010. It is alleged that Booysen and Aysen had slammed the toddler’s head into a wall. A post-mortem report shortly after his death found the child did not die from natural causes, and that he had suffered abuse over time. He had multiple injuries, including brain haemorrhage, liver problems, a broken arm and wrist, and bruises all over his body (“Shock after baby bashed to death”, People’s Post, 1 June 2010).

Pools close for winter

When Booysen appeared in the Athlone Magistrate’s Court for her bail application on Monday 30 August 2010, she shocked the court when she said Caleb used to eat Mandrax tablets he found on the floor and that he constantly cried for food. She said she would become frustrated and beat him. However, she denied giving Caleb drugs. The day Caleb died, Booysen said, she had left the house with the boy asleep in the care of Aysen. When she returned she discovered Caleb’s badly bruised body under a blanket on a couch.

Choir debutantes rock Cape Town TAURIQ HASSEN

THE Cape Malay Choir Board (CMCB) has wrapped up a successful 2011 Malay choir season. In their debut season, the CMCB caught the attention of thousands of local supporters, even recruiting eight new choirs to compete in next year’s competition. Ebrahim Hull, president of the CMCB, says the first year “proved to be a major success”, and their sights are already set on arranging an even “bigger and better” competition. “We are proud of what we achieved this season, and we will raise the bar slightly next year to create the best Malay choir competition for everybody to enjoy,” says Hull. The 2011 competition was split into five segments, Section One, Section Two, the Challenge Cup, the Champions Cup and the Heritage Cup. On 25 February, the Section One

winners were the Silver Sounds Singkoor and Kenfac Community Singkoor. Capetonians Singkoor and Jordan Sporting Club won Section Two on 26 February. In the Challenge Cup on 11 March, Playboys Sporting Club and Hamediehs Sporting Club walked away with top honours. The six top choirs in the top three segments were then all drawn into the Champions Cup, which took place on 27 March at the Athlone Civic Centre. According to Hull, the Champions Cup “was an extremely tight affair”. Capetonians and Playboys ended in first position, tied with the same number of points, with Silver Sounds and Hamediehs, also in joint second position. On 2 April, the teams competed for the ultimate prize – the Heritage Cup – at the Vygieskraal Stadium. Capetonians Singkoor walked away with the top prize, wrapping

up the year’s final competitive choir event. “We believe the competition was a great success. The event was organised well, the people showed great support and we can only go from strength to strength,” says Hull. Looking ahead, Hull says the event will take place at the Good Hope Centre next year. “We don’t want to reveal the dates for the next competition, but we can confirm that we have secured the venue for the next competition,” says Hull. An additional feature to their debut season was seeing two lucky winners walk away with a flat screen television and a ticket to go on Hajj (holy trip to Mecca) later this year. “We achieved a lot in our first season, but we hope to achieve a lot more next year, building on our experiences in our debut season. We say thank you to everybody involved in making this year’s competition such a major success,” Hull says.

A special meeting of the Council of the City of Cape Town will be held on Wednesday, 11 May 2011 at 10:00 in the Council Chamber, 6th Floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town, where the Annual Budget 2011/12 – 2013/14 will be considered in terms of Chapter 4, Section 24(2) of the Municipal Finance Management Act. This meeting will be followed by an ordinary meeting of Council commencing at 14:00. Please note that limited seating is available in the public gallery of the Council Chamber, and therefore seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. Should you wish to attend the meeting, you are requested to contact Ms A Curtis on 021 400 3342 between 09:00-16:00. All requests for attendance must be received by no later than a day before the meeting. You will be required to provide your surname, initials and contact telephone number. Visitors are kindly requested to be seated by 09:30.

LOCAL swimming enthusiasts will have to pack away their costumes as the public pools in Athlone and Hanover Park will be closed for the next four months. The two are part of 33 swimming facilities which have been closed. Municipal pools are closed every year during the winter months because the few patrons who go through the turnstiles do not justify the operational expense of keeping the pools open, City of Cape Town officials say. The closure also provides an opportunity for routine maintenance work to be done in preparation for the busy summer season. This work will generally include the servicing of infrastructure and equipment, especially filters and pump equipment, painting of the plant rooms, touching up and fixing minor problems, as well as major upgrading work if and where necessary. The turnstiles will start rolling again on 1 October. Four pools will, however, remain open for locals who still want to swim or train during the winter months – Sea Point Pavilion, which is open from 07:00 till 19:00; Long Street Baths, which is also operational between 07:00 and 19:00; Blue Downs Indoor Pool, which is open from 10:00 till 17:00 and Strand Pool, open between 07:00 and 19:00.

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Tuesday 10 May 2011

Hunger strikers head for city TAMMY PETERSEN

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RMED with sleeping bags and nothing to eat, concerned residents and community leaders will descend on the Cape Town Civic Centre from tonight at 19:00 until tomorrow as the “Eers Kos, Dan Rent” campaign intensifies. Organised by Communities for Social Change (CSC), which is made up of organisations and representatives from Hanover Park, Athlone, Manenberg, Mitchell’s Plain, Hout Bay, Heideveld, Lavender Hill, Lotus River, Ottery, Grassy Park, Elsies River and Leonsdale, the action is the latest step in a series of protests planned against the City. Flyers inviting people to take part in the protest are being distributed in the respective areas by their local coordinators. Mario Wanza, the organiser of the CSC, says between 500 and 1 000 people are expected to attend the 24-hour hunger strike, under the slogan “Ons gaan kamp in die Kaap”. While their demands –which include a halt to all evictions, the scrapping of municipal arrears and that ownership be transferred to tenants who have been paying rent to the City for up to

40 years – are still at the top of their priority list, Wanza says the date chosen also falls on the day which the City’s proposed 2011/2012 budget will be tabled. “We believe that the budget is pro-rich and does nothing for the poor. The DA is sitting with the rates and taxes of the people of the Western Cape, but too little is being done for those who already don’t have. When the official tabling takes place we will form a human chain around the Civic Centre in protest against this budget, which does not benefit the impoverished.” Rulleska Singh, the spokesperson for Mayor Dan Plato, disputes Wanza’s claim, saying there is a “complete balance” of benefits for both the rich and the poor. “The City has even gone so far as to increase the Indigent Grant (budget) to R800 million. Focus has always been placed on enriching the lives of previously disadvantaged communities, and this is even specified within the budget.” Meanwhile, Wanza says the “Eers Kos, Dan Rent” campaign has been growing, with various new organisations contacting the CSC to join. “We will continue to mobilise the communities. If we do not re-

We will form a human chain in protest

ceive a response to our demands, the action will intensify,” he says. Two weeks ago, more than 1 000 people marched through the streets of Cape Town to the Civic Centre, where a memorandum containing the group’s demands was handed over to a City representative. The document also stated that should the City not respond within two weeks, more action would ensue. Wanza says protest has already been planned because “it seems the City won’t be responding within the time frame”. Plato told People’s Post last week that the CSC “can’t expect feedback immediately”, and that the City would respond “in due time”. In March, 3 000 residents from Manenberg took to the streets armed with posters asking the City to lower their rent and write off their rental backlog. Two months ago, also under the banner of the CSC, more than 500 Hanover Park residents delivered a memorandum demanding that their arrears be scrapped to the local rent office. Last month, Mitchell’s Plain residents expressed their concerns about the scrapping of water arrears when they burnt a cardboard coffin containing hundreds of warning letters issued by the City. The coffin was loaded onto a hearse and taken from Mitchell’s Plain Town Centre to the Beacon Valley Rent Office, where it was burnt in front of cheering protesters.

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Man burns to death TAMMY PETERSEN

A MAN burnt to death in the early hours of Saturday morning when his Manenberg shack caught alight. At about 04:30 that morning, Manenberg police responded to reports of a fire in Mcosana Road, Tambo Village. Warrant Officer Llewellyn Lakay, the spokesperson for Manenberg police, says the body was found while the police searched through the remnants of the blaze. “Luckily the fire didn’t spread, and it had already been doused by fire services. The officers were doing initial investigations at the scene when one of them came across the body lying among the ashes,” he says. The man, who is a Burundian national, is presumed to have been

asleep while his home burned. “We are in the process of alerting the man’s family in Burundi, as his body has not yet been identified. The people in whose yard he lived were not able to provide much information,” Lakay says. No foul play is suspected, and an inquest docket has been opened, he confirms. The cause of the fire is still unknown. . Meanwhile, Lakay reports that in a crime blitz over the weekend, 67 arrests were made. Among them, 24 people were arrested for drug possession, 10 for driving without a licence, 14 for riotous behaviour and six for malicious damage to property. Three shebeeners were also arrested for selling alcohol without a legal permit.

Gun seized after club brawl TAMMY PETERSEN

TWO men were arrested for being in possession of an unlicensed gun early on Saturday morning after a fight outside a Lansdowne nightclub. Warrant Officer Robert Lakey, spokesperson for Lansdowne police, says revellers phoned the station after a brawl broke out outside Club @mospheer in Castor Road at 02:50. “When they got there an anonymous phonecall was received advising them that a pair of suspects in possession of a gun had fled in a yellow Golf towards Racecourse Road and the police followed.” He says the car was spotted on the quiet road and the duo were pulled

over. “The officers searched the car and found a gun holster in the boot. While searching the inside of the vehicle, they found a gun between the car’s seats,” he says. The two, from Bridgetown and Silvertown, were arrested for being in possession of an unlicensed firearm as they had no documentation proving that the gun was legally theirs. They appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court yesterday, but the police were unable to confirm the outcome of the appearance as the docket had not yet returned from court.


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nly about half of registered voters have voted in municipal elections in the past, compared to 70%-plus of registered voters who vote in provincial and national elections. The Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) and Institute for Democracy in Africa (Idasa) say that the lower participation rate in municipal elections is not unique to South Africa, but is a global phenomenon. Courtney Sampson, Provincial Electoral Officer for the (IEC), says: “There could be a number of reasons why fewer people vote during the local government elections. It could be voter fatigue because the elections come two years after the hyped-up national and provincial elections; it could be because people feel they are not impacted by who

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The Cinderella elections Lower turnout belies importance of municipal elections the councillor is; or maybe they have much more interest in the national and provincial elections.” The reason for separate rounds of elections is historical, Sampson says. “In 1994 we had our first democratic elections, but at the time the country was not ready for local elections. Two years later the local elections were held, and it has worked that way ever since.” He believes this arrangement needs to be revisited. “We need to think about whether it is necessary to bring all of the elections together,” he says. The pros, says Sampson, is that

How many voted? LESS than half of registered voters voted in the 2000 and 2006 municipal elections, compared to over 70% of voters who participated in national and provincial government elections. The stats below give the participation percentage among registered voters. National elections . 2004 - Nationally: 76.73% of 20 674 923 voted. - Western Cape: 73.05% of 2 220 283 voted. . 2009 - Nationally: 77.3% of 23 181 997 voted. - Western Cape: 77.78% of 2 634 439 voted.

all efforts will be concentrated into one day which might save money on the parties’ and the IEC’s campaigns, and increase voter participation. The cons are that people’s concentration might dwindle because there are so many choices, he says. In the event that all the elections are held on one day, voters would have to complete four ballots in a metro municipality and five in other municipalities. Justin Sylvester, a political analyst with the Institute for Democracy in Africa (Idasa), says that more people vote during national and provincial elections because of in-

creased enthusiasm and a bigger fan-fair around the event. “Generally there is more enthusiasm by the parties created by mobilising their electoral campaigns.” He speculates that fewer people may vote in municipal elections because of dissatisfaction with local governance issues. The challenge, says Sylvester, is that local governance has a greater impact on the day-to-day lives of people. “We would hope for the turnout to be much better during the local elections because they have a fundamental impact on people’s daily lives,” he says.

But the trend is not unique to South Africa. “Globally this is the way people vote and South Africa has a much higher voter turnout generally. “So we cannot say that South Africans do not value the significance of the elections,” he says. The other trend being monitored by political analysts is that about five million people who are eligible to vote simply do not register. “It is difficult to give an exact figure, as the last census was taken in 2001, but this is an estimation of the number of people who can vote, but are not registered,” says Sylvester. The results of the municipal elections next week will indicate the level of dissatisfaction or happiness with municipal services, says Sylvester. “It will be interesting to see how many people actually turn up to vote next week. This will be an indication of how people feel about service delivery.”

Provincial elections . 2004 - Nationally: 75.05% of 20 674 923 voted. - Western Cape: 71.27% of 2 220 283 voted. . 2009 Nationally: 75.01% of 23 181 997 voted. Western Cape: 75.45% of 2 634 439 voted. Municipal elections . 2000 - Nationally: 48.05% of 18 511 975 voted. - Western Cape: 58.19% of 1 955 454 voted. . 2006 - Nationally: 48.4% of 21 054 954 voted. - Western Cape: 51.79% of 2 301 371 voted.

Your ward candidates WE continue our profiling of candidates who are making themselves available for election as ward councillors in this round of municipal

elections. Voting day is next week Wednesday – 18 May – and the day has been declared a public holiday to allow

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Ward 47

. Koko Mzongwana will be contesting for the Pan Africanist Congress of Azania.

The Pan Afri­ canist Con­ gress of Aza­ nia’s Ismael Salie has been an ac­ tivist in the community since 1994 and has lead many forums. He is commit­ ted to the empower­ ment of com­ munities and the improvement of people’s future. He is also an ardent believer that hardwork brings re­ sults.

Ward 42 Andile Lindani will be contesting for the Pan Africanist Con­ gress of Azania. He says he wants to see his community sur­ vive and prosper and believes this can become a reality if all relevant structures and resources are incorparated, He believes that only then will communities flourish under the true banner of democracy.

all South Africans the chance to cast their vote. People’s Post invited all registered political parties to submit

photos and short profiles of their ward councillor candidates and the newspaper has been publishing these since 19 April.

The Unit­ ed Demo­ cratic Move­ ment’s Shaboedi­ en Becker is a ward forum member for Health and Wel­ fare for Subcouncil 17. He is also the secre­ tary of the Gender and Youth Net­ work and was the chairperson of the RDP Housing Sector. Becker has al­ so held various positions within Hanover Park Our Pride and was the administrator of the Multi­Sectoral Action Team’s advice office at the Hanover Park terminus.

. Independent candidate Anthony Daniels has been the chairperson of the Hanover Park community police forum for the past 15 years. He is al­ so the chairperson of Hanover park Our Pride, the deputy regional chair­ person of the South African National Taxi Congress, chairperson of the Surran Road Taxi Association and the Multi­Sectoral Action Team. If elected, he plans to focus on, among others, the erection of a skills devel­ opment centre, a drug rehabilitation centre, the transfer of council flats to the ownership of the tenants and job creation.

To vote or not to vote?

my Petersen

. Pan Africanist Congress of Aza­ nia’s Ismael Salie.

The Pan Africanist Congress of Aza­ nia’s Sherazaan Isaacs is an attorney born and bred in Rondebosch East. She completed her schooling at Windsor High.

BRANDON MAT­ THEWS, from Manen­ berg, says he doesn’t know why people vote. “I didn’t regis­ ter so I won’t be voting. What have the politi­ cians done for us? Absolutely noth­ ing,” the 20­year­old says.

WITH the elections just around the corner, People’s Post took to the streets of Hanover Park and Manenberg to hear whether the community will exercise its democratic right. Here’s what some of people had to say:

CHRISTO­ PHER VAN REENEN, from Hano­ ver Park, says he is excited about the upcoming election. “I am ready to make my mark and hopefully choose a govern­ ment that will give me and my chil­ dren a better life,” he says. Photos: Tam­

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SHARON WEITZ, from Hanover Park, says she will not be voting because politicians are a “bunch of liars”. “They make empty promises to the people and then they dash their hopes. I can’t support such behav­ iour.”

NEVIN BLANKENBERG, from Hano­ ver Park, says he will be standing in line to make his mark come 18 May. “I want to support the party which I believe is making a difference in our lives,” he says.

ROSELINE JACOBS, from Manenberg, says she will be exercising her right. “I am very excited because there are so many parties to choose from. We are spoilt for choice!” she laughs.

ANGELINE NORMAN, from Manen­ berg says the lead­up to the elec­ tions is “very exciting”. “I will be vot­ ing and I hope that everyone else will too. It’s important if you want to see changes in your community,” she says.


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Tuesday 10 May 2011

Battle of the voices A QUASIDA Talent Contest will be held at the Bellville Civic Centre on 18 June. The finest voices in town will be on show, and the winners will receive a floating trophy and a R5 000 prize. Twelve groups will be challenging for the trophy and the honour to be crowned number one. The show starts at 20:00. To enter or audition, send a fax to 086 580 7034 or email classic.ct@gmail.com or zindah786@gmail.com. Tickets cost R75 and R100 at the door.

Celebrate St Helena day THE Saints Descendants in South African organisation is celebrating St Helena Day on Saturday 21 May from 10:00 until 13:00 at the Square Hill Community Hall in Retreat. Although the organisation focuses on members’ St Helena heritage, they acknowledge their diverse roots, which also include Khoisan, African slaves, South-East Indian slaves, Dutch, German, French Huguenot, 1820 Settlers and more. Saint Helena descendants can be found across all races, white, black, Indian and especially coloureds. RSVP to Merle Martin on (021) 701-8422 or email saint.helena.island@gmail.com. Admission is free.

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SPEAK OUT: The University of Cape Town’s Students’ Representative Council led the UCT community in a protest demonstration in response to the brutal kill­ ing of Ficksburg protester and UCT alumnus, Andries Tatane, on Thursday 5 May. SABC footage of the killing of Tatane was played throughout the day in the Molly Blackburn Hall. There were also newspaper articles and pictures that UCT says shows the stark similarity between police brutality today and that which took place in apart­ heid South Africa. The uni­ versity said it wished to send a strong message to leaders in government and the police that brutality will not be tolerated. Photo: Albi Fouche

New local jobs selection policy for City The policy, which could be implemented as soon as July this year, will see temporary jobs filled by residents of the area in which the work is being done. According to Charles Cooper, spokesperson for the City, the policy on the recruitment and selection of workers from the community by

Cooper adds that the policy would also stop unfair practices such as nepotism and corruption. The project was originally piloted last year, and has now been submitted to the City for approval of the changes made since the pilot stage. Cooper says that changes made sought to improve the logistics of managing the system within the different subcouncil offices rather than the principles approved in the original policy. Neither the original policy nor the amended version deal with the employment of skilled workers. According to Cooper, the City re-

cruits skilled workers in a separate way. “It is not aimed at skilled workers, who generally do not have difficulty in obtaining employment,” says Cooper. “There are other processes for the recruitment of skilled and professional workers. However, it is up to skilled individuals to register on the database if they are unemployed and want to register for low-skilled work opportunities.” Before the pilot project was started last year, low and semi-skilled workers for temporary work would only selected from the community

if the contractor hired to complete the work or the City line department involved approached the ward councillor for the area, the community liaison officer or a community leader to submit a list of candidates. These candidates were then eligible for selection for City projects. The City says that several problems could arise during the implementation of the policy. The problems include a lack of understanding about the policy and Insufficient resources in the 23 subcouncil offices to manage processes.

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council and its service providers, will ensure that all people stand a chance of being selected for work done in their communities. “The main purpose of the policy is to ensure that members within a community all have a fair opportunity to access this temporary work as and when it becomes available,” says Cooper. “This is done by registering members of the community on a database via the subcouncil offices. When temporary work opportunities arise, the database is used to generate random lists of candidates.”

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Tuesday 10 May 2011

Fools rush in ANC Youth League (ANCYL) leader, Julius Malema, has once again put his foot in it, this time calling whites “criminals” for “stealing” land from black people. It is apparent that Malema does not know the value of “think before you speak”. He has, after all, been taken to court for singing the “Shoot the Boer” song. His latest tirade was emitted at an ANC rally in Kimberley on Saturday – in the presence of President Jacob Zuma. Malema reportedly said: “We have to take the land without payment, because the whites took our land without paying. We all agree they stole the land. They are criminals, they should be treated like that.” He added that “it took too long for land to be handed over to black people” – to loud applause, disturbingly so as barely two weeks ago the country united in celebrating Freedom Day. And, in eight days’ time, South Africans will be going to the polls to choose their local government. The right to vote has been fought for by blacks, whites, coloureds and Indians who have all sacrificed for the democracy Malema seems intent on destroying. By his lack of response, it could be construed that Zuma is in agreement with Malema. The president, of all people, should know that the ANCYL’s poisonous words are an attack on people’s dignity and rights. As one leader to another, Zuma should hold Malema accountable in the harshest way – and set an example to those who applauded Malema, instead of leaving it to Deputy President Kgalema Motlanthe, whose weak response of “one couldn’t generalise and say all white people were criminals” is as effective as sprinkling a cup of water over a raging fire. Equally limp is the ANC’s defence of Malema, saying he could have been referring to the Natives’ Land Act of 1913, which saw land “being taken away from black people by force”. There is too much hatred in the word and we do not need the Malemas of this country to destroy the unity which people of all cultures have fought for.

POLITICIANS are going all out to woo the voter to their side, from flipping pancakes at an agricultural show in Bloemfontein, to dancing in their best form to

get the crowds excited. Some political parties are mastering juggling acts, while we are all anticipating which politician will deliver the most endearing baby-

hugging moment for the lens. This massive popularity and talent contest is all about getting your vote next week in the local government elections.

Is Cosatu a political party or union? A positive experience THERE is so much negativity out there, I thought I would write in and share something positive about our police force, which sometimes doesn’t get the credit it deserves. After a weekend away, my younger brother (a student at Stellenbosch) had arrived at Cape Town International Airport where he was waiting for his friend to fetch him. Since my brother’s friend’s car was in for repair, they agreed that my brother would leave the car at his house for the weekend and he could drive my brother’s car to the airport to fetch him. The car had a problem with the fuel sensors, which my brother forgot to mention. On the way to the airport the car shudders and cuts out on the highway with an empty fuel tank. All baffled, my brother’s friend and his girlfriend try get the car to the side of the highway, not knowing what the problem was.

A police patrol car stopped behind them to see what the problem was. My brother’s friend explained what happened, and that the car was not his and he was on the way to the airport to fetch the owner. The police then speedily drove their patrol car to the airport to fetch my brother, took him to the car, identified the problem, then drove him to a petrol station and then back to his car. After all their troubles, my brother offered to buy them a cooldrink each, and they refused to accept it, stating that it was their responsibility to protect the public! Thank you to the Western Cape police department for assisting my younger brother and keeping him and his friends safe! You have the world of respect from us and many others for your actions! NICHOLAS MIHALITSIANOS Green Point

WHILST listening to the Worker’s Day rallies, the above question came to mind: What is the role of Cosatu? Are they a political party or labour union? To my knowledge, Cosatu started off as a labour union and should not be involved in politics at all. They should get out of politics and do what they are supposed to do, which is looking after the interests of the workers. Cosatu should attack government on: 1. Poor salaries for nurses, doctors, policemen, teachers, etc. It is these workers who pay their monthly subsidies. 2. Imports of cheap clothing from China. Clothing factories that were once the backbone of our economy are closed. 3. High electricity tariffs. Cosatu promised to fight the increases, but was quiet afterwards. 4. Creating job opportunities. Unemployment is con-

stantly rising. 5. Exorbitant salaries of directors and city managers. Some of these salaries are now state secrets. 6. Corruption at all levels. Money stolen fraudulently is never found and returned 7. Complain about the high salaries of councillors or parliamentarians. Many are there just for the money. Cosatu is doing none of the above, but siding with government. Cosatu should complain about all provinces where there is poor delivery of services, and not concentrate on the Western Cape only. How can the subsidies that the workers pay to Cosatu help the workers? Cosatu must have their coffers full by now, and some of that money can be used in educating the workers. I hope that the readers open their eyes and see Cosatu as a labour union and not a political party. JAMES JOOSTE (Address not supplied)


LETTERS

Tuesday 10 May 2011

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Intimidated by law enforcement IN LIGHT of all the recent violence caused by some of the SAPS members, I was horrified over the Easter weekend to come across (although at a distance and in the safety of our motor vehicle) a form of police intimidation. While my husband was en route to work on Saturday 23 April at about 07:30, while travelling along Modderdam Road in the direction of Bellville, we were crossing a robot (green in our favour) when a police convoy of three police vans,

and what looked to be a confiscated taxi, turned in front of us into Bishop Lavis, and two police officers laughed and were seen to be saying “what, what” to my husband, as if to ask ‘what are you going to do?’ even though they were in the wrong. If my husband did not brake when he did, we would have been in a head-on collision with irresponsible, non-law abiding police officers. It is disheartening to feel threat-

Better use for old tyres IN your article about illegal dumping (“Illegal dumping blitz planned”, 26 April), it said that an increased number of old tyres were being dumped in Grassy Park, and I am sure that is happening elsewhere as well. May I make a suggestion? A recycling depot could be

opened to employ work seekers and where the tyres can be shredded and then bonded to form rubber mats/carpets/floor coverings, which could be used as ground covers under children’s playgrounds, factory floors, schools and even houses. There must be many uses for

ened by the very people who are supposed to protect you. All this while my daughter of 11 years was also in the car. Is this the example our children are meant to follow? If members of the public feel this intimidated by law enforcement while in a moving vehicle, then I surely do not want to be out there in the open where there is no protection from such brute force. CONCERNED SA RESIDENT City Bowl, Cape Town

rubber, and there are many people desperate for an income. I have personally seen this being used, and colour has also been added somehow for children’s playgrounds. It is a far better option than kids playing in dirty sand. It is also a better option than workers standing for hours on cement floors. HILARY FORD Grassy Park

Seeking William

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MY name is Derek and I am looking for a gentleman by the name of William. We worked together at OK Bazaar in Adderley Street, Cape Town, from 1970 to 1971. He either stayed in Harfield or Heathfield. He also liked the song “Just because I’m a woman”, sung by Dolly Parton. He can contact me on 074 834 3745. DEREK BOOYSEN Bonteheuwel

THE Lansdowne Civic Association will be hosting a town hall debate where all the approved electoral candidates standing in the local government elections for Ward 60 will be addressing locals and debating service delivery issues of the greater Lansdowne community. The meeting takes place on Tuesday 10 May at the Spanenberg Moravian Hall in Church Street at 19:00. All residents are in-

vited to meet the candidates and take the opportunity to ask questions on how the candidates wish to improve Lansdowne. Parking entrances to the Spanenberg Hall are on Albert Road and Church Street.

Your SMSes Talking points . To the taxi driver driving on Ottery Main Road on 3 May at 20:00 – suppose you think your driving skills are kwaai by overtaking at close range and darting in and out of lanes. You are actually not kwaai, you must still learn a few driving skills. . Not that I am ungrateful, but the dirt bin workers take my bin in front of my house and then drop it five houses away when it is empty. This is how bins get stolen. What can I do to have them put my bin at my house and not drop it five houses away? Hanover Park . Why is it that both pharmacies in Hanover Park are closed? Thank you for speaking up! . I would like to commend Lynn Alexander on her letter “Time to take responsibility”. Although there are teachers who flout their responsibility, the vast majority are dedicated. It has always been my belief that of our civil servants, teachers should be compensated handsomely. They are grooming our future leaders and instilling a sense of good citizenship. Well done Lynn. Jeffrey Solomon . You go Lynn! Well written, we agree 100%. Fellow teachers in circuit two . Lynn Alexander, you deserve much gratitude from the parents of your pupils, some who think incorrectly that discipline is punishment. Don’t give up, we need teachers like you! Tessa van Rooyen . Lynn Alexander has hit the nail

on the head! You deserve a gold star! Thanks for saying it like it is. Jackie General . You officials want us to vote for you but we stay poor? We have to deal with petrol increases, yet we have a deal with Angola. We are not stupid, we attended school. No Dan, you don’t have to worry about water and rates, you are well compensated by us, the tax payers, as are all top officials. We pay your salary. . Regarding E-Waste, please advise if any company buys E-Waste. We need to raise funds. . Regarding Telkom, I was disconnected for not wanting to pay for a service that I am not getting. My line is off but I got three calls from people looking for John whose number seems to be connected to mine. Smart shopping . Dear Lucille, Pick n Pay “generously rewards” you with R10 for every R1 000 (not R100), spent in exchange for detailed information of your shopping habits. Money for nothing? I think not. . Watson, you need elementary. R1 gets you a point, but the point is worth a cent, so 1 000 points gets you R10. Ismail . Regarding the Smart Card. So if I shop with R5 000 Pick n Pay will give me an entire R50? Thanks Pick n Pay, with R10 000 a cool R100, thanks again! . If Pick n Pay’s Smart Card is bothering you so much, don’t stress, just don’t get one. It’s that simple. SC

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Cnr.Voortrekker & 10th Avenue

Shop 1A Cindal Centre, Van Riebeeck Road

Shop 97 Value Centre, Solly Smidt Street

Unit 8-10-11 Ashwood Centre

Shop 58 Brackenfell Centre

TABLEVIEW

KRISTENHOF

OBSERVATORY

BELLVILLE

BOSTON

BRACKENFELL

370 Main Road

43 Strand Street

021 447 8124

021 948 0521

021 949 6044

021 982 2385

021 979 0862

262 Blaauberg Road

021 557 9509

021 593 6878 353 Main Road, Retreat

021 701 2250

021 906 1304

021 595 3650

021 557 9421

8 Voortrekker Road, Bellville

021 982 4445

c/o William Dab & Old Paarl Road

Shop 11, Bree Street

022 713 5431 MUIZENBERG

Checkers Centre Cnr Main & Atlantic Rd.

021 788 1157 RUGBY

Cnr. Koeberg & Sable Road

021 551 8176

• LIQUOR NOT FOR SALE TO PERSONS UNDER 18 • CASH & CREDIT CARDS ONLY (REGRET NO CHEQUES) • STRICTLY NO DEALERS • E & OE • WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES • WHILE STOCKS LAST


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JEAN'S stunning Designs Bridalwear, casual wear, hire or buy & catering. Shop no.21­ Town Centre Mini Mall. (021 376 2083/078 3400 473 VIDEO, DVD'S & PHOTOS (021 695 1801/073 454 9280

PERSONAL

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Personal

#1 HERBAL DR. KUMI

Cape Town / Athlone (021 696 6773 / 073 236 8775

Troubled marriages, Divorce, Lost lovers, Big debts/Blacklisted, court cases, Bad evils, Lotto/casino, bad luck, pregnancy, Blood Pressure, etc. Next to Shoprite, Cape Town and next to Town Centre, Mit­ chell's Plain

( 078 900 4797 Pay after job is done.

100% SUCCESS Lost Love Expert SHEIK SHAML & HASIFA In Goodwood for strong duas and effective rubaan * Bring back lost lover * Worried about court cases * Luck from Fore Fathers * Quick Selling/Buying of Property using Spiritual Powers * Financial Problems ­ "borrow" Magic Stick and "Amagundwane" for 24 hours to get rich * All unfinished work by other doctors ­ FREE PAY ONLY WHEN JOB IS DONE! PENSIONERS: FREE TREATMENT 245 Voortrekker Road, Goodwood (between Auto Zone and Big Apple Motors) Ph 072 915 1308 or 078 928 7219

DR. SHEIK ABDU KARIMU (FOR STRONG DUA'S) WE ALSO HAVE HERBAL REMEDIES 4 ALL PROBLEMS . Marriage Problems . Bad Luck in what you do . Court/Divorce cases RESULTS WITHIN 3­7 DAYS! I DO HOME VISIT REQUESTS. Call by appointments or house visit­ 021 705 5623/07 2 243 9136­ 5th Ave.Grassy Park (opp.Nando's)

DR ADAM KHAN L.

Herbalist Doctor

" PAY AFTER PROBLEM SOLVED

" Do you want your competitor to be banned from work? • Bring back lost lover • Man or Woman not cheat • Get rich quickly • Remove Tokoloshe • Business Problems • Stop smoking/ Drugs · Protect family from enemy • Win Lotto & Casino (thousands & millions) • Pregnancies and many more.

078 731 5050 GATESVILLE

DIVORCES from R500. ( 021 948 2161

DIVORCES R3 000 Renette Rauch Attorneys 021 418 1337/8 or e­mail: renette.rauch@ attorneys.law.za

Challenge all the people who took your money with no result . . .

Cell: 073 803 5987 Strictly appointment Gatesville

DR ASHRAF

* * * * *

Now in Athlone Court Cases Relationship Problems Financial Problems Pregnancy Problems Win Lotto (/Sms to 072 101 2773 or 073 115 1523

ALL wheel driving school. k53 specialist. Avail. 7 days a week. For all areas. Affordable

HEALER JIIMA

* Win court cases, lotto * Financial problems * Pregnancy problems * Relationship problems * Boosting business * Specialised in unfinished jobs of other doctors.

SMS your problem or call 071 749 4490/ 071 042 1816 TRADITIONAL HEALER DR JAMILU The doctor treat his patients using pure natural herbs medicine. He also use spiritual powers for treating different diseases/problems. Old Ottery Rd, Ottery (opp. Sasol near Pick 'n Pay)(082 350 4070

rates @ R120p/hour. Toyota conquest avail. for lessons & for driver test hire.(Waleed on 082 555 4654 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

MATHS

Individual tutoring. Mon­Sun. All hours R70 or R50 each for 2 pupils Contact 084 803 5448 PROFESSIONAL DRIVING SCHOOL Qualified K53 expert. Driving lessons. Call 021 703 5900 William 079 922 9314 or Earl 082 662 1241

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Social and Entertainment

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Creches EDUCARE from 3 months to 5 and half years old. Transport

Dj With Sound & Karaoke ( 083 747 3304

avail. Mitchells Plain area only. Ph 021 392 0633

•PC Fundamentals •MS Word •MS Excel R300 Certificate •Internet / Only Email •Speed Typing NO CATCHES

Catering

JUMPING CASTLE for hire. 021 393 8528, 083 890 4793

ADELAH & SHAKIER'S Samoosas & pies, R105 per 100, Budget Pack R140 (40 pies, 40 samoosas, 20 pizzas, 20 spring rolls). We deliver. Ph 376 2506

JUMPING CASTLES for hire. We deliver. Ph 083 377 5564.

AKHNI & CURRY'S 40L­ 100L +. Catering done on request.(Jasmine on 021 391 2763/ 083 582 6618

ADMIRALS: Your School Of Driving 5 lessons @ R600. Ph Leonie 084 973 0505

BRING ADVERT TO QUALIFY Register @ Cape Town Hi-Tech Computer Training Centre Tel: 021 424 4594 or visit us @ 47 On Strand, 1st Floor, Suite 105

J/CASTLE for hire. 021 393 4663/083 357 4008 JUMP 4 JOY castle hire. ( Ricky on 073 268 7546

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AC Driving Academy DRIVING LESSONS Code 10 (Truck) Code 8 Manual/ Automatic. Ex Hillstar Examiner Ph/sms 073 555 8410

HIRE A CASTLE from R150 p/d. K/Chairs, tables and linen. Ph 696 3791 or 084 209 1313

BESSICK HIRING Cutlery & Crockery Linen, tables, chairs and covers, etc Ph (021) 374 3786 or Joan 079 4688 616/ Leon 083 6603 495 CLC BESSICK HIRING Crockery, cutlery, glassware, trestles and chair covers. ( 021 371 9464 or 084 974 6176 or 072 381 4784 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 FULL CATERING from R85 p.p. including backdrop and chair­covers.( 391 6775 / 073 517 2177 Debit & credit cards accepted. ICE CUBES & blocks for sale. 100 Ruth Road, Rylands. ( 021 638 7394

NAZLIA'S CATERING & HIRING Strictly Halall. For all your catering needs. Also frozen savouries, eg. pies, samoosa's, springrolls etc.. and platters and also all your hiring needs, eg. crockery, cutlery & table clothes. (021 633 9585 / 073 305 8027 36

Children’s Entertainment AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. 072 344 6977

JUMPING CASTLES All day (076 044 1485/021 703 837 7 JUMPING Castles for hire.(021 396 5530/ 083 793 1938/083 459 9285 JUMPING CASTLES & waterslide for hire. Ph 021 704 0859, 083 281 7930 JUMPING CASTLES for hire. Ph Johan 083 365 7684

WENDY

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Personal Services DO YOU NEED PRAYER? Monday, Tuesday & Thursday 19h30­22h00 Ph 079 806 4173

WAREHOUSE

021 697 3530

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

• NO DEPOSIT • BLACKLISTED WELCOME • FAX: 021 696 5397

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Photographice/ Video Services A DVD, FOTOS & VIDEO 082 738 1166/021 372 6950

BRICKS PLASTIC LINING

from

R40

per week

74 Electrical Appliances

KIDS THEMED PARTY DECOR From R400 for 10 kids. Ph 021­391 6775 / 073 517 2177 Credit cards accepted

AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes washing machines, tumble dryers etc. 40 yrs exp. Ph Alwyn West 021­671 5786 or 082 705 8103.

FOR SALE

Hiring Services

FR E E DELIVERY IN CT

PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021 692 0221, 084 562 0811

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WENDY 250510

Financial * Marriage * Business * Promotion * Work and many more.

DRINK TEA AND SHRINK Lose 4 ­ 8kg per month and still enjoy your favourite foods. (Abeda­ 072 806 5399

A FAMILY DRIVING SCHOOL Code 08,Man & Auto. K53. ( 021 633 7402

BJUMPING castles for hire. Cartoon characters & purple dinosaur castles available. Excel. rates.(082 938 5342

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Radio/TV/Video

A DECOR

Backdrop poles & chair covers. Ph 021 637 0133 or 083 453 9021 CATER HIRE 021­696 2394 or 084 588 0686 Plastic chairs R2. Round Table: 10 seats R10 Long Table: 10 seats R10. Chair Covers: R4. Long Table Cloth XL: R12. Round Table Cloth XL: R15. Organzas: From R2. COLORADO HIRING Crockery, cutlery, glassware linen and backdrop. Ph 021 374 7104 / 0822278968 CROCK , cutlery & linen & helium balloons Ph 021 397 8326, 073 696 7788, 083 465 3455 DECOR Backdrop poles & curtains. (021 396 2526/082 212 8949 HOUSE OF HIRING Call us for your hiring needs plus kids party items. (021 3711 588/082 503 9026

L & F HIRING

Crockery, cutlery, glassware & linen@ 10c per item. Ph 021 371 7229 / 072 443 6695 WEDDING dress and 3 yellow bridesmaid dresses with silver accessories and white lace umbrella's , miniture bides dress with bouquet. Flower girl dress with white lace umbrella and basket. (021 376 0261/ 076 102 0297 WEDDING DRESSES FOR HIRE. Call Sally 021 706 7387 082 588 9940 021 706 5388

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

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Miscellaneous

DSTV & AERIAL

Installations, repairs & sales. Contact Terence on

083 769 7242/

WENDY HOUSES "SPECIALS" 6m x 3m, R6 000 cash. ( 082 621 4441/02 1 393 5475

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Garden Services GARDENING We cut lawns, weed flowerbeds, plot clearing, refuse removal, treee felling, in your yard. 7 days a week. 0734923255 / 637 9373

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WENDY HO US E S

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

AFTER HOURS

021 797 6569

CASH 4 goods sec. hand clothes, shoes ,linen, etc (021 633 0467/083 478 079 5

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3M/6M Sand, Stone & Rubble ( 083 292 3960

GRASSY PARK/RETREAT 021 762 1252 072 542 7217

021 797 6569 072 542 7217

or 084 9733 899

Building Material

021 696 4183 072 542 7217

LANDSDOWNE

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

2 & 3m sand & stone & rubble removal. Ph 078 6113 627.

Amy’s Wendy 16 11 10

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

16 years experience in helping with problems.

Health and Beauty

HI TECH 08-02-11-1AHYT1F.cdr

Weddings

A Woman who has got a solution to every kind of problem & diseases. No matter what kind of person. Just come to me. Only herbs. No side effect. I read your problems before you say anything.

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Tuition

Stop wasting time going up and down with no results. Pay after job is done.

DR KIZZA

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

Vote for your package! Get FREE car hire with every 15hrs package OR get 2hrs FREE with every 10hrs package!!!!!* Qualified & certified K53 instructors All areas with free pick-up & drop off service 26 years experience 7 Days a week Car hire for passing out A member of S.A.I.D.I Fully insured We also provide a transport service to take you to book your learner's or driver's test appointment *terms and conditions apply *offer expires 31 May 2011!

Learner's license classes for all codes of vehicles! Pay a once-off fee and attend as many classes as you like! Sign up today and secure a FREE driving lesson! (Terms and conditions apply.) We're at the Muslim Assembly every Thursday 18h00-20h00

INCLUDES: BRICKS, PLASTIC LINING, CORRUGATED ZINC ROOF, DOOR, WINDOWS, WOODEN FLOOR AND TIMBERSTAIN

1APX9HV 10 5 11 1APX9H V

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DR KB-OSAMA

A LADY DOCTOR WITH HER MUTTI SHOP

Dr KB OSAMA 10.05.11

FAMILY NOTICES

021 405 1136 • 0860 11 69 18

All areas - 0216371809/0829922827 Check us out at www.torque-driving.co.za MAJIET-10.05.11-1AQ51RF.cdr


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

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 A bargain block: 190, 140 & 90. Ph 021 374 2053/ 021 692 1209 all hours. Free Delivery. A D BLOCKS 1 m bakkie load sand­ R260. Stone 1m load­ R490. Blocks 190 , 140 & 90 from R580 each per 100 delivered in area. (021 393 5356/072 257 0405/ 082 408 6721

ABACUS BLOCKS

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

AFRI BLOCKS

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

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 CHEAPEST IN TOWN Selling sand & stone Removal of rubble. Also selling in bags. Sand R350­ 5 m3 Stone R1 300 ­5 m3 ( 078 368 9274 / 073 775 7047

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

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Home Improvement Exterior ALTERATIONS, brick, plas., skin., tiling, etc. Good Refs. 076 124 4713 ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021­ 691 1936 or 083 229 7612

Geen huis nodig. Een paaiement vir al jou skuld. rekeninge is agter en reeds gelys? “Skakel my vir hulp” •• UU Leningsaansoeke is reeds

NATASHA 021 949 0458

BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, tiling, carports, paving. Contact Albert 073 545 6994 /

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Miscellaneous Services 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 104

Building and Construction ALL Building plans drawn and submitted. Call Dominick on 021 396 2115 or 078 085 2067 Aluminium Windows & Doors supplied & fitted. ( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292 BUILDING PLANS Professionally drawn and council approved. (082 662 4008

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Home Improvement Interior

BUILDING MATERIAL & HOME IMPROVEMENT S ( On Account Basis Only )

,Tiling, Paving ,Vibracrete ,BIC's ,Wendy Houses ,L/Flooring 6 ­ 60 months to pay!!! For further info contact Ashley on 072 371 6000

Faks: 086 601 4207

DAVIDS PRECAST We do all Vibrecrete Walls / Raisings / Gates & Barb Wire / Carports / Structures & Garages / Paving / Laminated Floors / Painting Waterproofing / Roofs & Ceilings. CONTACT :021 692 3107 021 691 5877 / 072 106 0655 083 691 4449

FLOWERSONG GARDEN SERVICES For all your garden needs. ( Henry on 072 553 6239

SMS “PBC POST” na 38020 en ons bel jou terug! (SMS Cost R10)

Skakel alle ure:

• Johan 082 431 9865 • Stefan 072 696 9301 • Anton 082 695 3807 • Martin 082 257 4164 • Charlotte 072 828 9431

Clear your debt by calling SCM Debt Clearance 021­788 4485 24/hrs: 078 221 0193

Alterations, renovations, carports, paving, vibrecrete walls and extensions. Free Quotes. ( Ivor on 076 111 7300/021 762 7077 KASSIEM'S roof cleaning and painting service. Phone 073 096 2249 or 021 376 7514

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Money/Loans A CASH LOAN up to R180 000. Same day payout. b/listed welcome. Conditions apply.(Randee on 021 761 3995/ 083 548 7293

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

BLACKLISTED? Up to R100 000. Approved by phone.(Shafiq 076 919 8933

BRIDGING CASH while waiting for:

PENSION / PACKAGE

Payout (lumpsum only)

PROPERTY DEALS

on a Pension/ Provident/Package

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

HOME OWNER

115 Moving and Storage

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

BAKKIE DELIVERIES ­ We ALSO deliver after hours and weekends. Ph 072 274 6139

DEAR FRIEND, NEED A LOAN? Plz pick up the PH HOFFMEESTER ­ we give up to R50 000. Blacklisted Welcome. 072 309 1877 EASY LOANS With affordable repayments ­ R50 000 B/listed welc. Pls call/ Sms Grasham 073 228 6148

TO BE PART OF THIS FEATURE PLEASE CALL ROSALIND/ JANINE/ LISA ON 021 405 1136 / 0860 116 918

Besoek PBC in die ABSA-gebou op die

U BENODIG: ID, REKENINGBEWYSE, SALARIS- EN BANKSTAAT

Verskeie Opsies:

• Konsolidasies • Skuldhersienning • VBH Plan • Clear Blacklisted • Clear Admins • Testamente

IRIS BRIDGE

0860 105 546 LOANS No ITC. Same day payout. Fax 086 666 4811 or call 071 512 1923

Loans up to R15 000 Same day approval Blacklisted welcome Contact Asma Tel: 021 762 8863 Fax: 021 762 8657 LOANS We come to you. ( 021 558 6648 / 082 957 3251

ACTIVE BLINDS For all your window blinds. ( Bernie 021 393 0672

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 JADE Upholstery & repairs. Call Hilton o/h 021 903­0606 or a/h 021 371 8265

A.W.A. ELECTRICAL Fully Licenced Contractor Since 1986 , Rewiring, Main Boards , Lights, Plugs , Prepaid Meters , Electrical Certificates . FREE QUOTES . ( Allan­021 392 19 73/082 708 5700 FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700

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General Services

ACCREDITED INSTALLER

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

082 301 7856

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Mattressess, cars & taxis. ( Mark­ 021 371 5277/ 082 335 0429/082 489 2592

SO DON’T DELAY, GIVE US A CALL TODAY!!!!

TV/DVD/Video Services

“please call me”

Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery ATTENTION ALL PRIVATE SELLERS AND CAR DEALERSHIPS PEOPLES POST WILL BE RUNNING A MOTOR FEATURE ON THE 31 MAY 2011

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A BRIDGING loan?

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“ Te l l i n g i t a s i t i s ”

FURNITURE removals and up country trips ( 078 611 3627

DSTV+ Top TV + God TV installations repairs & upgrades. callout costs from R150. (073 272 6117

LOANS Quick & easy. Same day approval. B/listed & judgment welcome.(074 162 7630

SMS “Debt” to 076 716 6191 or call 021 880 6000

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

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

Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send

ARE U WAITING

PEOPLES POST CLASSIFIEDS

ONS HELP U PER FAKS, E-POS OF PERSOONLIK

www.pbcsa.co.za - info@pbcsa.co.za 4de vloer, Voortrekkerweg 32, Bellville

ARE YOU IN DEBT?

IVOR'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Let BONDPRO FINANCE use your PROPERTY to consolidate your debt even if you are under administration/debt review. Property REMAINS in your name.

oral afgekeur? • U motor, huis, kredietkaart en lenings is in ’n BAIE GROOT gemors?

Nuut !! CLEAR BLACKLISTED & CLEAR ADMIN ORDERS nou beskikbaar !!

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A bakkie sand ­ R195 A bakkie stone ­ R385 Paving slabs 300x300 ­ R6.90 400x400 ­ R10.90 per slab 450x450 ­ R12.90 per slab 600x600 ­ R19.90 per slab Colour cobblestone ­ R2 each. Rockface 450x450 ­ R22.90 per slab. Contact 073 182 1491 o/h or 021 372 2961 a/h

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DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 299. Service call repair charge of R150. Ph 083 268 1213

TV REPAIRS " LOW COSTS" 18 Linaria Cres,Silvertown. (Steven on 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394 119

Painting ALL PAINTING and Waterproofing. Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713

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Electrical Repairs

JC ACTIVE ELECTRICAL Fully licenced electrician.Repair s to lights, plugs,geysers, installation of prepaid meters, main boards, etc. (021 701 3022 / 072 470 7658

MR FIXIT For all maintenance like: tiling, painting, installation of showers, geysers, toilet systems, knotty pine ceilings, plumbing, electrical, etc. (Ridley on 076 705 8939 / 021 371 2231.Be blessed!

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Carpentry

HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL 132

Holiday Accommodation 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

MOTORS

142

Repairs – Vehicles

GEARBOX REPAIRS FROM R850 Engine and Diff reconditioning Contact Bruce 072 862 9882 or 084 815 3135 SPRINGFIELD GEARBOX AND DIFF Best prices on all Reconditioned and Repaired Gearboxes and Diffs (021 703 8220 ext 3 / 082 772 2664

PROPERTY

Plumbers

FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING Maintanance and new installations. All workmanship guaranteed. (Frank 082 3544 076 Plumbing, Electrical .24hrs . R125 p/hr ( 021 703 0906

1145

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

1146

Tiling/Flooring

TAKE NOTE CONSTRUCTION

Renovations and alterations, Plumbing, Electrical, Carpentry Laminated & Wood Flooring Knotty Pine Ceilings Carports, Tiling frm R45sqm Carl: 073 920 1460 Redau: 074 129 5829 Tel/Fax: 021­374 4030 E­mail: takenote construction@gmail.com

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Granny Flats PELICAN PARK 2 bedrooms, no bics, kitchen, bathroom, parking available. Rental: R3 500. (082 978 9016 ZEEKOEIVLEI ­2 Bed , open plan kitchen & lounge + b/room. R2 500p/m + dep. (021 706 1746/079 048 936 8

Separate Entrances

1143 A FREE PLUMBING quote for bathroom renovations, geysers, leaks and blocked drains. Call Joseph 073 322 4661 ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713

WENDY ENGEL PROPERTIES STRANDFON­ TEIN R385 000. 3 Bedrooms, 2 with built­in cupboards, laminated floors in lounge and bedrooms. Kitchen with stove and oven. Contact Wendy Engel 073 696 3947

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

WARELEY HOMES Sellers in Strandfontein & M/Plain contact us for a FREE valuation of your property. Robert 021 393 2410/08 3 427 0036

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Houses to Let PARKWOOD 2 B/ house. R3 600p/m.(084 490 6428

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Houses for Sale IVAN FRANK PROPERTIES SILVERTOWN: R389 000. 2 bedrooms, fitted kit, fully tiled. NORTHPINE R499 000. 3 Bedroom house THORNTON R470 000. 2 Bedroom flat in secure complex IVAN 082 469 3084

PHILIPPI HIGHLANDS ESTATE 3 Beds, 2 diningrms, 2 toilets, parking for 3 cars, 500m² plot. R550 000 neg. 072 045 0150

WENDY ENGEL PROPERTIES Do you want to sell your house ? Do you want to buy a house ? (Wendy on 073 696 3947

OLD COLORADO ­ From 1June 2011. R2 500p/m + dep. of R2 000. W + E incl.(084 233 5901/ 084 875 8750

BUSINESS

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Business Opportunities AVAILABLE in Cape Town for survey/data capturers. Good income. Own hours. Training. For info, SMS full n a m e / a d d r e s s t o 0 7 1 5 4 8 6 9 4 4 , JS Enterprise. Ph 041­ 360 5382. Redwing Drive, PE AVON REPS NEEDED Call Michelle 021 396 2115 or 082 637 6559 DATA CLERKS needed ­ Work from home with or wit­ hout computers. Sms name and address to 073 176 4267/ 021 952 4322/ 3 Flute Way, Belhar DATA ENTRY WORKERS NEEDED: DATAWORX For more info, SMS your name, full postal address & name to receive a free info brochure to 084 360 7429. 9 Hillview Place, Eastwood, Pieter­maritzburg. Ph (033) 345 9813

EARN CASH NOW Sell tupperware full or part time. ( Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 or Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME Earn R30 000 p.m. @ Home sms INCOME to 34008 EARN R720 IN YOUR FIRST WEEK Guaranteed! And up till R1 440 p/day within one month. Data entry workers needed to fill out forms with or without a computer. Easy step­ by­step tutorials. Own hours. Sms name and adress for a full info brochure to 073 753 6352/021 633 1041 . Sunflower close, Athlone.

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


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Page 12 People’s Post Lansdowne EXTRA income opportunity. Data works with or without a computer. For info sms name, surname & adress to 084 062 4825 /021 704 4293­ 17 Liberator Rd, Rocklands FINANCIAL FREEDOM SMS FREEDOM to 34008

TALENT

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

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General Vacancies

AVROY SHLAIN

Agents needed. ( Nikki 082 489 2592 /021 371 5277

CONSOLIDATION LOAN. Call/sms us on 079 494 6118 EXTRA INCOME with DATAWORX with/ with­out computer. For info, sms Name/Address 073 145 4670

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, 021 829 6620, 021 829 6621, 078-857-8272, 078-857-8271 Registration fee is R500 REGISTER today to avoid

LITHO MACHINE MINDER Small printing company in Lansdowne requires a GTO Litho Machine Minder on a casual basis. Must have appropriate experience. All rounder. No chancers! (021 797 7149/ email :sales@sizwepre ss.co.za 415

Clothing Industry

EXPERIENCED TRACKSUIT MACHINIST REQUIRED IN MITCHELLS PLAIN PH 082 747 6878 429

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

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 Aileen on 021 465 7852 Terms & Conditions Apply

DEBT PROBLEMS SOLVED HERE.... BOND ARREARS, VEHICLE FINANCE, CREDIT CARDS, AND ALL DEBT RELATED MATTERS HAVE YOU HEARD OF DEBT REVIEW? DO YOU KNOW WHAT IT MEANS? WOULD YOU LIKE TO KNOW HOW IT CAN WORK FOR YOU? WE OFFER CONSULTATIONS AND SEMINARS NO FALSE PROMISES, JUST REAL SOLUTIONS DEBT RESTRUCTURING FOR AFFORDABLE INSTALLMENTS KEEP YOUR ASSETS AND RECLAIM YOUR PEACE OF MIND LET US HELP YOU, TO HELP YOURSELF

Hygiene & Bug’s ‘R’ Us

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.

STAFF NEEDED URGENTLY Recently established company needs to fill various positions: *Telemarketing *OPC/ Outdoor surveyers. If you are vibrant, goal driven & self motivated book your interviews now. Full training provided Basic + good comm. Ph: Lecrecia 074 842 3935 or 021­001 1013

MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250 MARK ANTHONY2 10-05-11-1AQ8K9A.cdr

Alpine Park Only R299 000 (Large Free-Standing)

Free-Standing, Large 2 beds, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, fully tiled bathroom, separate toilet, bars, security gates, paved front, enclosed carport (2 cars).(If your combined wages is R9500.00 per month you could buy this house)

Strandfontein R529 000 (Off Church Street)

Bishop Lavis Only R289 000

Sybrandt Park R899 000 (House + Granny Flat)

Free-Standing, Extended, 4 Large extended 3 beds, Large 3 bed family home + beds, bics, en-suite, fully large lounge & dining room, Granny Flat + Carport + fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, kitchen, bathroom, large Garage. Large, Approx entrance hall + Garage. yard, drive-way. 700m² Plot

Strandfontein (On the Bay) Only R379 000

Neat 2 beds, bics, tiled bathroom & lounge, tiled fitted kitchen, bars & security gates. Grounds for expansion. (If your combined wages is R11 800.00 per month you can buy this house) Very Nice Area.

Elsies River Only R269 000

View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

Mark Anthony1-10.05.11.ai

Athlone

SELLERS IN ALL AREAS

WANT AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST, EFFICIENTLY AND AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE? CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY. 021 704 2160/083 482 4250 OR ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/082 673 1503. COMMISSSION NEGOTIABLE!

2/3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, drive-way.

MARK ANTHONY PROPERTIES

(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

CALL MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 083 482 4250

R799 000

Guaranteed Effective PEST CONTROL

Fleas

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

Tuesday 10 May 2011

Ants

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Cockroaches

Spiders

Lice

Rodents, Bedbugs, Bird Removal & Proofing

“They Bug You We Bug Them!” For a FREE Quotation Call * Bellville - 021 949 5915 * Cape Town - 021 425 2363 * Claremont - 021 674 5327 * Goodwood - 021 591 5209 * Paarl - 021 872 4083 * Table View - 021 556 5601 * Kraaifontein - 021 987 6798

Large 4 beds, bic, main en-suite, laminated & tiled floors, family bathroom, large tiled lounge & dining room, fitted kitchen, bars, security gates, blinds, 2 drive-ways, double tandem garage. URGENTLY Ruyterwacht Only R599 000 NEED A HOUSE IN RONDEVLEI, WESTRIDGE OR WESTGATE FOR APPROX. R380 000 FOR APPROVED Large 3 beds, main en-suite, large tiled lounge & fully fitted kitchen BUYER. CALL MARK (Knotty Pine Ceilings), family bathroom, drive-way, + drive-thru ANTHONY double tandem garage, large yard, enclosed. View more pics @ www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

FOR SALE OLD STRANDFONTEIN

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

R580 000

3 Bedrooms, huge granny flat and garage.

OLD STRANDFONTEIN: (OFF CLIPPER) Just refurbished! R650 000.

Neat 3 bedrooms with BIC, separate bathroom & toilet, kitchen, lounge/dining room, double carport, separate entrance

STRANDFONTEIN (OFF TRAFALGAR). R499 000

MARK ANTHONY2 10-05-11-1AQ8KNK.cdr

Rocklands Only R299 000

Rocklands Only R299 000

Renovated 3 beds, lounge, 3 BEDS, LARGE EXTENDED kitchen,bathroom, drive-way, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, paving in yard, enclosed. (If your BATHROOM, CARPORT. combined wages is R9500.00 per month you can buy this house)

Westridge R469 000

Belhar R299 000

Lovely 3 beds,beautiful fully fitted kitchen,lounge,bathroom,ca rport,enclosed,bars & security gates.

Free-Standing, Large 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, New tiles thru-out, newly painted inside, driveway, large yard. (If your combined wages is R9 500.00 per month you can buy this house)

(Close To Fire-Station)

(Behind Airport Shopping Centre)

Bonteheuwel Only R330 000

Large 3 beds, lounge, large kitchen + T.V.Room, family bathroom, garage for 4 cars. Belhar R359 000

Rocklands R359 000

Free-Standing, 2/3 beds, lounge, bathroom, kitchen, large grounds.

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

(Close To Station)

3 Bedrooms, 2 beds have BIC, kitchen, separate bathroom & toi­ let, lounge & tandem garage. Property to be refurbished prior to registration.

To view call 083 5007 838 or 074 811 6874 GRASSY PARK R750 000

HARCOURTS MODEL ESTATES TEL: 021 706 1101 (O) View these properties on FAX: 021 706 2688 www.harcourtsmodelestates.co.za www.harcourtsmodelestates.co.za modelestates@harcourts.co.za

Warm family home, well secured, centrally situated with lots of potential, offers lounge, sep diningr 3 Bedr, mes, fam bathr, spacious f kit, gar, plus, parking 4 cars

WESTLAKE R200 000 Near shops. 1 bed cottage on large 219 m² plot

OTTERY GREENFIELD PARK R570 000 This well maintained townhouse,

RETREAT LAKEVIEW R280 000 2ND Floor flat with bic’s R300 000 Ground floor flat with secure parking R320 000 Duplex 2 beds, neat with extra safe parking

with 24h00 security in lovely quiet neighbourhood offers 3 beds with bics, lounge flowing onto outdoor entertainment area, f/kitchen leading onto encl stoep, leading into garage, plus designated p/bay

LOTUSVacant RIVER R350 000 plot 595m² Call Dorothy 082 429 6722 or 021 715 9185

ALL AREAS

Whether buying or selling PH DAWN 083 733 5538 021 706 1101 (O) 021 701 6444 (H)

MUIZENBERG CANNON ISLAND VILLAS Brand new freestanding homes in security complex. 2 & 3 bedrooms with fitted kitchens and quality finishes. From R594 000 Including transfer costs

RETREAT

R659 000

HEATHFIELD ELFINDALE R750 000 Spacious duplex townhouse, in secure complex. Lounge/dining, fitted kit, 3 bedr., 2 baths, gar. Private garden & yard area. SOUTHFIELD FROM R330 000 A selection of 1 & 2 bedrm flats in secure complexes.

Near Consort Rd, Hfield side. Betw 7th & 6th Ave’s. Neat cosy 3 bed with spacious sep flatlet LANSDOWNE – R840 000 Near Wetton Circle & Roy Rd East Newly fitted kitch on this 3 bed with wooden floors, D/T garage FAIRWAYS R990 000(neg) Large fam room + sep lounge / dinette, ff kitch, 4 beds + 3 car garaging RETREAT R350 000 Vacant enclosed 518m² plot. ALSO Ottery, Heathfield, Southfield & Others Whether buying or selling PH ROY 082 656 1333 021 706 1101 (O) 021 715 9000 (H)

ATHLONE R495 000 Marrakech next to Vangate Mall 92m2 flat, lounge, 3 beds, 2 baths – Bargain Buy GRASSY PARK R350 000 Bargain – plot with incomplete dwelling & outbuilding. PHILIPPI SPRINGFIELD ESTATE 2 Vacant adjoining plots each 798m2 in extent situated off Lansdowne Road LANSDOWNE – R3 500pm 2 Bed flat to rent, Available Immediately FOR THIS & MORE PH CAS MULLER 082 855 5883 021 706 1101 (o) / 021 712 7412 (h) HOMENET MODEL ESTATES 100511 1AQ6A0Q


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BRANCHES: WETTON 021 761 0707 M/PLAIN 021 391 2200

EST. 1996

PROSPUR-10 05 11

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Sybrand Park (Athlone) - Marivy str - R859 000 neg Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, Garage + 2bed seperate entrance, lounge kitchen++ outbuilding on 714sqm Make this one your own

Rocklands - Cormorant str - R269 000excl Neat 2bed home, lounge, open plan kitchen, bath/ toilet enclosed

Ruyterwacht - Texel str - R 559 000excl Freestanding 3bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, 1.5x bath/toilet, garage,enclosed , on 500sqm plot

Rocklands - Beaufort str - R 299 000excl 3bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed

Parow - (Glen lilly) - Smith str R 729 000 neg Freestanding 3bed home, lounge, spacious kitchen, bath/toilet, Garage ++ outbuilding with toilet, spacious home with high ceilings and wooden floors

Rocklands - North west str - R3 49 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, ++ double tandem garage++ 1bed room granny flat with corner bath, fully enclosed

Elsies river -Leonsdale - 46 -16th ave - R199 000excl Eastridge - Dassie str - R229 000excl 3bed home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet enclosed 3bed, lounge, open plan kitchen, carport, enclosed

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

FAZLOODIEN SHAAMIEL NAZEEM SHANAAZ DOERRIEYAH EBRAHIEM DELORES NAZLEY JACKY

R379 000 Lotus River Freestanding 2 bdrm home on large plot,fully fitted kitchen, lounge and Garage. Call Delores: 076 706 0910

HOTLINE 082 495 8989

082 495 8989 082 723 1118 084 295 0130 071 203 6341 084 055 3877 076 473 7091 076 706 0910 076 509 3764 083 978 2759

R4 500 000: PHILLIPI 2.65Hectres Farm,5 Beds, lounge, dinning study, garage,2 en-suites, 2 separate entrances gardens, Current Rental Income R11 000. Call :Doerrieyah 084 055 3877

R239 000: HILLVIEW TAFELSIG R265 000 1 Large bedroom with ensuite, FF Kitchen, Lounge 3beds fully enclosed with alarm, lounge 10m Wendy House, Carport for 2 cars, Fully enclosed fitted kitchen & fam bathroom with shower Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341 Call :Delores 076 706 0910 R300 000 Rocklands WEST CAPE VILLAS 3 Beds,Kitchen, Family bathroom, FROM R339 000 Lounge, Paved back yard, Brand new 2 Beds, Only 17 Left, Fairly big grounds Call our office or any of our agents Shanaaz 071 203 6341

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

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN OTTERY WE HAVE BUYERS.

R460 000: WESTRIDGE 3 Beds, Alarm, BIC in 2 Rooms, Lounge, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Laminated floors in all Bedrooms, Carport 4 Cars Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877

BUSINESS PREMISES MALIBU VILLAGE: R1.295.000 6 SHOPS, 4 FLATS, RENTAL INCOME R20.000pm, FULLY LEASED SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

HANOVER PARK: R250.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, OPFFK, D/Carport, Paved, Encl, 85m² B/Bars. NAJWA 082 377 7027

OTTERY: R300.000excl Ground Floor Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, Open Plan FK, F/Bath, Encl. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

HANOVER PARK: R320.000excl 3Beds, FK, KPC, Lounge, Laundry, Storerm, Garage 3Cars F/Place. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

OTTERY: R1.1millon F/s, 4Beds(Bics), FFK, Pool, Garage, E/Garden, 485m², Jetmaster, Braai. NAJWA 082 377 7027

BONTEHEUWEL: R360.000excl F/standing, 3Bedrooms, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Enclosed. NORMAN 083 772 8912

NEWFIELDS VILLAGE: R270.000 Semi, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Family Bathroom, FFK, Enclosed. NORMAN 083 772 8912

L/RIVER – G/PARK: R599.000 F/s, 3Beds, F/Place, OPFFK, Mes, T/Garage, Yard (8xCars), A/Windows. ASHRAAF 072 945 5145

WELCOME ESTATE: R570.000 Duplex Flat, 3Beds(2xBics), TV/room , Laundry, FFK, Garage, Encl, RGates. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

SYBRAND PARK: R1.1mil F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, FK, Vibracrete G/Flat, Garage, Carport, Encl, 714m² S. ABRAHAMS 072 923 1490

HEIDEVELD: R495.000excl D/s, 5Beds, Lounge, 2xF/Bath, Mes, Laundry, Braai, D/Garage, S/Gates. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

LAKEVIEW RETREAT: R600.000 D/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Mes, Kitchen, Façade, 206m², Very Neat. DESIREE 079 875 9975

HANOVER PARK: R250.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Ent.Hall, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Laundry, Garage, F/Encl. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

PELICAN HEIGHTS: R1.2mil F/s, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, G/Flat, MQ, Storerm, D/Garage, D(4xCars), Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

BONTEHEUWEL: R220.000excl Semi, 1Bedroom, Dining-room, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Enclosed. S.DAVIES 078 123 2307

BONTEHEUWEL: R280.000excl Semi. 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, Sliding Gates, B/Bars DESIREE 079 875 9975

ZEEKOEVLEI: R750.000excl F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, Drm, 2xF/Bath, Mes, FFK, F/garage, Carport, F/Encl. PRISCILLA 082 717 1688

SCHAAP KRAAL: R699.000excl 2Beds, Lounge, FFK, Encl with high brick wall, Remote gates, 2nd Dwelling MARIAM 082 641 2157

HANOVER PARK: R195.000excl Mais, 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Enclosed. GAIL 076 558 9965

RETREAT: R380.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Encl, 240m², Very Big Yard. DESIREE 079 875 9975

PELIKAN PARK: R395.000excl F/standing, 3Bedrooms, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Enclosed. GAIL 076 558 9965

SHIHAAM

072 192 1411

R320 000.00: New Woodlands Negotiable Maisonette, 2beds b.i.c in one room, family, bathroom, lounge, dining room, kitchen, carport, very neat Call: Doerrieyah 084 055 3877

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN ZEEKOEVLEI WE HAVE BUYERS.

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

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

R230 000: TAFELSIG Freestanding 3 bedroom house, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, large grounds Call : Shihaam 072 192 1411

R370 000 RONDEVLEI PARK 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Lounge, Bathroom, Large plot with potential. Call: Doerriyah 084 055 3877.

R299 Lotus River R645 000.00 ZEEKOEVLEI. Investors Dream 2 Beds, lounge, kitchen family bathroom + Sep. Entrance 4 Bdrm Maisonette, bathroom, kitchen, lounge with separate entrance 1 Lrg Bedroom with en-suite open plan kitchen, lounge Call Delores: 076 706 0910 Call: Shanaaz 071 203 6341 R200 000: TAFELSIG R1 100 000: VANGUARD ESTATE R459 000 NEW WOODLANDS R200 000: TAFELSIG Free Standing 2 Beds,Lounge 5 Beds,MES, FFK,Dinning 5 Beds, 2 with Bic, 1 with Slliding Door leading to yard, bathroom + 3Beds,Kitchen Pool Braai,Sep entrance +More Kitchen, Family Bathroom Kitchen, Lounge Tiled,All bedrooms laminated floors, Sunroof, Carport for 5 Cars Family Bathroom, Lounge, Call : Ebrahiem 076 473 7091 Call : Shariff 082 781 2903 Call :Shihaam 072 192 1411 Call :Shanaaz 071 203 6341

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN GRASSY PARK WE HAVE BUYERS.

KENWYN: R1.255.000 F/s, 3Beds(2xBics), Lnge, Drm, Mes, FFK, M/room, Carport, Wendy Hse. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

FREE MARKET VALUATIONS - 5.95% COMMISSION

TOP AGENT

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CONISTON PARK: R570.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, D/room, F/Bath, Kitchen, E/Garden, Encl, 349m². LYNETTE 073 580 5059

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OWNER

HANOVER PARK: R265.000excl Stunning Mais, 3Beds con 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bth, FK, Carport Encl, 63m². NAJWA 082 377 7027

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

We will sell your house Or we will buy it from you NOW LOCATED IN GRASSY PARK Free Valuations Debt Advisory Services Free Legal Advice Free Pre-Approvals Free Credit Checks Furniture Removals

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11 Victoria Road - Next to KFC

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN ZEEKOEVLEI WE HAVE BUYERS.

No Gimmicks!

EXPERIENCED AGENTS WANTED

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Mitchells Plain, Strandfontein, Pelican Park & Heights, Grassy Park, Ottery Steenberg, Wynberg, Athlone, Heideveld, Bonteheuwel and Surrounding Areas Tel: 021 391 4203/0169 - View our Properties @ www.kaysproperties.co.za

* Seller and Mark Brickles must agree on guaranteed price at time of listing

visit www.eesyinfo.co.za

ATHLONE 021 696 4114

Remaxultra - 10 05 11

MITCHELLS PLAIN 021 696 4114

athlone@pamgolding.co.za

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WOODLANDS

STRANDFONTEIN

Receive a Free list with pics of Below Market Value & other Distress Sale Properties Visit: www.savemoola.co.za Or SMS “D10”, Your Name, Email address/ address to 079 174 9961

OR

SMS “G10”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963

LENTEGEUR

Riefqah Jacobs 083 738 7901

RONDEVLEI

Our Marketing Makes The World Of Difference Free Valuations Free Property Advice Superior, Discreet and Professional Service by Your Area Specialist

ALPINE PARK

Gamieda 082 933 8092 / Rasheedah

Gadija Jacobs 083 520 8610

Pam Golding Properties An international Associate of Savills

PUNTS ESTATE R1.28 Million LANSDOWNE

SOLE MANDATE

R1.8 Million

SOLE MANDATE

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 1 Maid’s quarters, BEDS: 6 | BATHS: 4 | GARAGE: 2 | + POOL WEB ACCESS: KW1042630 1 bath storeroom, WEB ACCESS: KW1047087 SHAMEEMAH 083 335 4713 ANDY 074 470 7068

LOTUS RIVER R675 000

SOLE MANDATE BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | PARKING: 4 | WEB ACCESS: KW1047869

SHAMEEMAH 083 335 4713

NEW RELEASE

OTTERY R675 000

SOLE MANDATE BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 1 | GRANNY FLAT WEB ACCESS: KW1044603

SHAMEEMAH 083 335 4713

MENU: Schaapkraal: Strandfontein Road – Vacant Land – 5000m² – ‘PRIME POSITION FOR BUSINESS’ – R1.7 Million Wynberg: Top Floor Bachelor flat – R320 000 Ottery: Exeter lane- 4 bed, 2 bath, 3 garage, granny flat, workshop. Erf size +1000 m² – R1.395 000 Schaapkraal: Vacant Land – 8 acres – R1.895 Million (NEW RELEASE) Razeen: 072 619 8155 Retreat: 31 Ardleigh Close (R435 000) (SOLD BY US) Lotus River: Zeekovlei Mews (R345 000) (UNDER OFFER) Steenberg: R350 000 (UNDER OFFER) Grassy Park: R875 000 This beauty offers 3 beds, 2 with bic’s, family bath, en-suite, fully fitted kitchen, lounge, dining, double garage, carport for 3 cars, big ground and separate entrance with 2 bed, bath, kitchen. Situated in quiet location. Grassy Park: R675 000 3 bed, 2 with bic’s, fitted kitchen, bath, lounge tiled, very neat property on corner plot = 509m². Close to Victoria Rd Heathfield/Diep River: R650 000 Large 3 bed flat (98m²) with huge lounge, fully fitted kitchen, family bath, en-suite, balcony with full access control. This very neat flat is located close to transport and major shopping centres We have buyers, ready to go. Contact us for a free market related valuation and experience the personalized and professional service and our commitment to deliver on our promise. Andy 074 470 7068

www.pamgolding.co.za/southernsuburbs

ZEEKOEVLEI R1.35 MILLION

LOTUS RIVER: R770 000

BEDS: 4 | BATHS: 2 | PARKING: 6 | 2ED GRANNY FLAT BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 3 | GRANNY FLAT WEB ACCESS: KW1045562 WEB ACCESS: KW1013017 RAZEEN 072 619 8155 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

LOTUS RIVER R725 000

SOLE MANDATE BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 1 | GARAGE: 1 | WEB ACCESS: KW1047926 RAZEEN 072 619 8155

NEW RELEASE

ZEEKOEVLEI R825 000

SOLE MANDATE

NEW RELEASE

BEDS: 3 | BATHS: 2 | GARAGE: 1 WEB ACCESS: PAM072 GOLDING RAZEEN 619 8155 10x8 10 05 11-1AQ2U1F.cdr


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Trophy time for Athletics ATHLONE Athletics Baseball Club will hold its annual awards evening at its clubhouse in Parktown, Athlone on Saturday 14 May, starting at 19:00. The glitzy trophies presentation ceremony, starting at 21:30 will revolve around Athletics’ effort to win the Western Province Major League championship this past season. The admission charge of R80 to the black tie

celebration includes a three-course dinner that will be served from 19:30. A cash bar will operate throughout the evening. Ticket sales and table reservations may be confirmed at the clubhouse on Tuesday 10 May (19:00 – 20:00). For further details call Brent on 082 859 6639 or liase via athloneathletics@gmail.com.

Volunteers required for ball showpiece THE Western Province Softball Federation requires more volunteers to assist at the 2011 Junior Women’s World Cup that the federation will host at Turfhall Stadium in Crawford

in December. Intending volunteers should please contact tournament coordinator Noore Nacerodien on 076 566 7774 for further details.

RYLANDS ESTATE

R1.6 million neg. Pine Road. 4 bed, d/storey, fully fitted home, 2 baths +++ 4 car garaging.

RUKEYA HOOSAIN

GATESVILLE

R595 000 Neg. Yusuf Gool Blvd. Vacant plot measuring 613m².

ATHLONE: R380 000. Vacant land. BELGRAVIA ESTATE: R799 000. F/S, 3 beds, lounge, plus diningroom, fitted kitchen, single gar, 496m² RYLANDS ESTATE EXT 3 R700 000. Semi, 3 beds, 2 with bic, lounge, open plan to kitchen, granny flat, cnr plot RYLANDS ESTATE: R495 000. Duplex 3 beds, lounge, open plan to kitchen courtyard

GONA 082 926 2371 PELIKAN PARK ­ PEA­ COCK CLOSE

R550 000 Neg. Turquoise Crescent. 3 beds, main en suite, garaging for 4 vehicles

NASAN 082 770 7761 www.pillayproperties. co.za

RUYKEYA 082 741 1109

TELLING TACKLE: DHL Stormers captain and flanker, Schalk Burger, is taken down by two Crusaders players in the 20­14 loss at DHL Newlands on Saturday.   Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

Tough tussles expected on tour TASMIN CUPIDO

THE DHL Stormers will be looking to get back to winning ways when they travel to Australasia for the tour leg of their campaign.

View photos of our properties on www.rawson.co.za or www.gumtree.co.za

SILVERTOWN R520,000neg

OTTERY R895,000neg

OTTERY R975,000neg

NEWFIELDS VILLAGE R290,000neg

OTTERY R930,000neg

WEB REF: AE0162

WEB REF: OT0366

WEB REF: OT0358

WEB REF: AE0161

WEB REF: OT0359

NEAT PROPERTY 3Beds-1bic's, lounge, d/rm, ff kitchen, bathrm, yard-paved, front u/c-paved built in braai & u/c parking.

VERY NEAT & FULLY SECURED 3Beds-2bic's, lounge, ffkitchen, fam bathrm, dbl gar-1 door rem, b/b, palisades, paved d/way, alarm & rem sec gate.

2/3Beds-2bic's & mes, lounge, d/rm, ffkitchen, fam bathrm, dbl gar,paved patio, big yardoutside braai area, attach office

NEAT LITTLE STARTER Duplex 3Beds,lounge,fkitcheno/p,bathrm,backyardcemented,front secured

3Beds-mes, lounge, d/room, ffkitchen, fam bathrm, fam room-jemaster, dbl garage+sgl carport & b/bars.

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This follows a 20-14 loss to Todd Blackadder and his Crusaders outfit at DHL Newlands on Saturday – the second loss of the season for the men from the Cape. But head coach, Allister Coetzee, although disappointed by the loss, is not too worried about his side’s performance and future. “Obviously we are disappointed, but it was a great game of rugby – we can take out some positives from the match, although we made some unnecessary mistakes,” he said. “We had a number of opportunities which we didn’t take and we will certainly look at what went wrong. This being said, the boys put in a great effort and I will take my hat off to the players for this.” Opportunities aplenty were not capitalised on – the Crusaders lost key players, such as fullback Israel Dagg, early on, while injuries to Dagg’s replacement Adam Whitelock and winger Sean Maitland saw flanker Matt Todd playing on the wing. Captain Schalk Burger also admitted to making an incorrect decision by opting for a line-out instead of kicking to the posts for a penalty in the 67th minute. Three failed rolling mauls followed and the Stormers left

the Crusaders 22 without a point. Flashes of brilliance from much-talked about inside centre, Sonny Bill Williams, also saw the Cape outfit committing several players to the tackle situation when Williams was in possession of the ball, leaving other Crusaders players with gaps. In the end it was two tries by prop forward, Wyatt Crocket, to the one by the Stormers’ Jacque Fourie which separated the two sides. For the Stormers, a stellar performance by surprise inclusion, Johann Sadie, impressed in the 80 minutes. Now the focus of the men in navy-blueand-white shifts to their tour, which kicks off with a match against the Chiefs in Hamilton, followed by a clash against current log leaders, The Blues, at Eden Park in Auckland. After that, they travel over the Tasman Sea to take on a wounded Brumbies outfit in Canberra, ending off with a match against the Melbourne Rebels, the newbies in the competition, who have impressed and surprised thus far. “We are still number one in the South African conference and third overall,” Coetzee said. “Historically we have toured well – we are now focusing on getting back to winning ways.” The Stormers departed for New Zealand on Sunday morning, with their match against the Chiefs kicking off at 09:35 on Saturday morning.

WP club rugby results Saturday 7 May :Super A: False Bay 15 Hamiltons 14; UCT 40 Belhar 10; SK Walmers 48 Villager 30. Super B: Collegians 27 Primrose 25. Premier A: St George’s 22 Paarl 10; Stellenbosch Coronations 12 Hamlets 24. Premier B: Strand United 46 Silverleaf 3. Division 1: Young Wesley’s 8 Raithby 6; Hamediehs 6 Strand 20; Young Stars 9 Northerns 6.

Division 2: Blue Stars 14 Strand Pioneers 19; Atlantis 17 All Saints 15; Manenberg Rangers 35 Whistling Wheels 11; Temperance 13 Rocklands 27; Blue Jets 7 Watsonia 0. Division 3: Young Brothers 5 Retreat 22; Violets 60 Richmond Rangers 17; Bishop Lavis 13 Caledonian Roses 33; Tech Gardens 30 Perseverance 10. Division 4: Masiphumelele 22 Imiqhayi 13; Titans 3 Peninsula 19.


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TO THE RESCUE: Engen Santos FC goalkeeper Tsepho Motsoeneng thwarts Happy Jeli of Orlando Pirates, during the clubs’ 1­1 draw in an Absa Premier Soccer League match at Athlone Stadium on Saturday. The result keeps Pirates in the reckoning for the league championship title, while securing Santos a top eight position.Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

CLOSE ENCOUNTER: Michael Gordon (left) of Wynberg St John’s AFC battles Fakier Taliep of Hanover Park AFC, during the clubs’ 3­3 draw in an under­17 division Super League match of the LFA Cape Town Tygerberg at Hanover Park on Saturday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

CHARGED UP: Courtney Williams of Wynberg St John’s AFC eludes Kyle Davids of Hanover Park AFC, during an under­17 Super League match of the LFA Cape Town Tygerberg at Hanover Park on Saturday. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

BILLISTIC: The Canterbury Crusaders’ livewire centre, Sonny Bill Williams, was the hero of hundreds of enthusiastic fans when the Crusaders defeated the Stormer 20­14 in a Super Rugby match at Newlands on Saturday. The Auckland Blues (47 points), Queensland Reds (45 points), Crusaders (44 points) and Stormers (43 points) now occupy the top four positions. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

POWER PLAY: Kurt­ Lee van Vu­ uren (left) of Primrose RFC gets a grip on Su­ laiman Khan of Col­ legians RFC, during Collegians’ 27­25 win in a West­ ern Prov­ ince Super League B rugby match at Lentegeur on Satur­ day. Photo:

HEAVY HAUL: Collegians RFC stalwart Yagya Pe­ tersen at­ tempts to shake off For­ tunate Chi­ pendu of Prim­ rose, during Collegians’ 27­25 win in a WP Super League B rug­ by match at Lentegeur on Saturday. Pho­

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FOCUS: Vuyisile Wana of Engen Santos FC tests Robin Jo­ hannes in the Orlan­ do Pi­ rates FC defence, during the clubs’ 1­1 draw in an Ab­ sa Pre­ mier Soc­ cer League match at Athlone Stadium on Satur­ day. Photo:

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Borman warms to Canadian climes not aware that the Red Bulls and Toronto FC were engaged in talks until after the exchange deal was concluded. “I regard the move to Toronto FC as a new challenge in my career. I am now assured of more game time at Toronto FC, who insisted that Tchani and I should be included in the exchange deal,” said Borman. Former renowned professional footballer Daniel “Dot” Borman – who experienced successful spells with Cape Town Spurs, Cape Town City, Glendene and Santos during his heyday – is also upbeat about his son Danleigh’s new venture. “I believe that Danleigh’s career has taken a positive turn and I am thankful to the Red Bulls for giving him the opportunity to compete in Major League Soccer,” said Borman senior, from Athlone. Danleigh spent four years with the Red Bulls and started 13 out of

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APE TOWN-born footballer Danleigh Borman has in a surprise player exchange been transferred to Toronto FC in Canada by the New York Red Bulls FC. Borman, as well as Cameroon national Tony Tchani, were involved in what was a hush-hush exchange for Canadian international Dwaine de Rosario – who joined the Red Bulls – in April. But Borman’s relocation to frostier climes should not be regarded as a backward step in his career, as Toronto FC campaign in Major League Soccer (MLS), the top professional league for American and Canadian clubs. Toronto FC was in fact the first Canadian club to affiliate to the MLS in 2007. Borman said he and Tchani were

18 matches last season. He can play both in midfield and defence, but is used predominantly as a left back. Tchani, a Red Bulls defender for two seasons, played in 27 matches, starting in 17 of them last season. Former Dutch international Aron Winter – the head coach and technical director at Toronto FC – said on the Toronto FC website: “This deal is part of our rebuild process. We have acquired two very strong players that I believe will have an immediate and long-term impact at our club”. Danleigh, a South African schools under-19 cap, showed his potential while representing Rygersdal AFC in the LFA Cape Town Tygerberg junior leagues. He then moved on to Mitchell’s Plain United FC – an academy side for Santos FC – in the Vodacom Second Division – before heading to America.

NEW CHALLENGE: Danleigh Borman, aiming high in the colours of Toronto FC, where he plays. Photo: Reuters

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