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Tuesday 19 February 2013

Drug demons grip Eastridge LAILA MAJIET

EASTRIDGE residents in Arabella Street are gnashing their teeth in frustration at a drug dealer said to be constantly evading police custody. He lives in a Wendy house at the back of his mother’s property. The family has been living in the neighbourhood for over 20 years. Locals say they are fed up with Mitchell’s Plain police’s inability to shut down the drug house. However, the police counter these claims and say they regularly raid the house and have even made an arrest at the premises. This is just one of many drug houses in Eastridge, confirms Mitchell’s Plain Community Policing Forum chairperson, Abie Isaacs. One elderly resident, who wishes to remain anonymous for safety reasons, says police are not looking in the right place. She says the alleged drug dealer is operating from the wooden structure he shares with his wife. The elderly resident, who has been living in Arabella Street for over 20 years, says: “Police only look in the front house and not at the back where he sells from”. However, Mitchell’s Plain police spokesperson Constable Jerome Voegt says the police are aware of drug dealing at the premises. “We have executed regular searches at this premises. According to information received from the public, drugs are being sold from the Wendy house. We have arrested suspects in the vicinity of this house,” he says. But this is far from acceptable for residents. “We need police to shut him down. We live in fear every day as the drug addicts lurk around on our streets,” the woman says.

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

Pensioners on patrol

DO YOU have furniture, clothing, books and other unwanted items that you’d like to get rid of? Seaview Primary School is having a garage sale and is appealing for donations. The school needs to make R30 000 to stay afloat. Principal Erfaan Dollie says despite the challenges facing teachers and pupils, the school has managed to “consistently produce good academic results”. “Financially we are struggling as many parents simply refuse to pay school fees. We receive very little assistance from the provincial education department. It is for these reasons that we have to continuously host fundraising events in order to provide quality education,” he says. The garage sale will be held at the school on Saturday 4 May. Donations of new or used furniture, computer equipment, household items, plumbing or electrical components, tools, plants, clothing, books, sport equipment, gardening equipment, photo frames, carpets, rugs, gazebos, and radios will be welcomed. The school is also appealing to businesses to assist in any way they can. “Our budget dictates that we have to make a clear profit of at least R30 000. We are urging businesses to assist us in any way possible,” Dollie adds. Phone the school on (021) 392 9179.

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IT CERTAINLY wouldn’t pay to cross this crime-fighting pair. Two Beacon Valley grannies are breaking the stereotype of being frail and defenceless, taking to the streets to fight crime. For six years, residents Francis Juta (78) and Shirley Fowler (62) – armed with nothing but their stern voices – have been patrolling their streets in the early hours of the morning, ensuring people safely make it to the bus stop on AZ Berman Drive. Juta says the neighbourhood is no longer as safe as it was when she moved in over 30 years ago. The elderly pair started their patrols following a spike in robberies. Juta says people would get robbed of their cellphones and handbags while walking to the bus stop in the morning. They say while they got the odd rude comment from “youngsters who think they know everything”, they remain undeterred. “We do it for the love of our community, the community we raised our children in,” Juta says. Fowler, a mother of four, now looks after her three grandchildren. She says safe and smiling commuters remind her of why she patrols the area. “Even the gangsters don’t bother us. They know that we will skel if they do wrong, regardless of who and what they are,” Fowler explains. “Sometimes when my husband walks in the street, the youngsters will stop him and say I am blok benoud. I just carry on doing my work and brush off comments like that.” Patrolling only during the morning, the women have caught “tikkoppe” red-handed, trying to do drugs in public open spaces. “When we see the young children getting up to no good, we reprimand them and en-

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STREET FIGHTERS: Francis Juta and Shirley Fowler patrol Beacon Valley streets in their bid to ensure commuters safely reach the bus stop on AZ Berman Drive. Photo: Laila Majiet with (them)”. “We feel safe,” Fowler says. Colin de Hart, the chairperson of the Beacon Valley Neighbourhood Watch, says the women are the backbone of the community initiative. “They are the mothers of the neighbourhood watch in Beacon Valley,” he says proudly. De Hart is appealing to the public to join and swell their ranks in the fight against crime. Call him on 084 317 1358 if you are keen to join the Beacon Valley Neighbourhood Watch.

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 3

Pressing need for loo upgrade

LAILA MAJIET

THE toilets at Strandfontein Clinic are getting an upgrade. But Strandfontein residents maintain that there are more pressing issues to be addressed at the facility, such as the “unhygienic” conditions at the health centre. The R50 000 upgrade has been lauded by patients, but mothers are hoping a baby-changing facility is part of the upgrade. Strandfontein resident Lee Melanie Sauls says the bathroom facilities are unhygienic. “For a clinic where mothers take their babies and people do pregnancy tests, there is a definite need for an upgrade. There is no soap, hand sanitiser or paper towels,” she says. The 27-year-old says she had to use tissues and her own hand sanitiser, which she carries in her bag. “For a health facility it is unacceptable!” she fumes. The funds for the renovation come from the ward allocation of councillor Irma Jackson. She says the upgrade follows public requests. “The toilets are not in a good condition and need to be upgraded,” Jackson says. Candice Tobin regularly visits the clinic. She says while R50 000 spent on the upgrade is all good and well, speedier assistance and more nurses are needed. “It’s really ridiculous that we spend hours there, especially when a woman only wants family planning or a mother only brings her child in for the deworming tablets. The clinic is always full and they desperately need more staff,” Tobin explains. Resident Shannon Gabier Daniels agrees that a baby-changing station is needed. The mother of three says the toilets are in

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

Flight or fight VIOLENT attacks which have spiked across the country are cause for concern in many communities. People’s Post interns Luzuko Zini, TarrenLee Habelgaarn and Tina Burger polled readers to hear how they would react when faced with a potentially life-threatening situation.

SAFETY FIRST: Hlumela Nama says she would scream, take whatever she could find and throw it at the intruder. “Then I would try to get out and run for safety or go to the neigh­ bours for help.”

RUN AND HIDE: Shafieka Khan feels attacking someone who catches you off­guard or who in­ trudes is not the way to handle the situation. “I would hide and then call the police. If the person finds me I would maybe hit back, but you shouldn’t fight fire with fire.”

TAKE CARE: Chandré Miller says people shoul­ dn’t just attack or shoot on instinct because it might just be a relative or someone you know. “I wouldn’t just attack because nowa­ days relatives break into each others’ homes. You never know who it is.”

CAUTIOUS: Keenan Gordon says it is best to think first then act. “Even though at that time you would do anything to protect yourself be­ cause you feel you’re in danger, the conse­ quences of your actions will affect you for the rest of your life.”

QUESTION LA LATER: TER: Tabo Molitshwa says he would do anything to protect himself. “I would act first. It’s my house and I have a right to do whatever I want. I don’t know if the person is armed or not so I would protect myself.”

NOT SURE: Nicole Engelbrecht says she does not think anyone in that situation is thinking clearly. “If your life is in danger you don’t have time to think of the consequences. You just act to protect yourself.”

DEPENDS: Amanda Szarythe says her safety is the most important factor. She will first try to establish whether the person is dangerous and what the person is after. “It depends on the situation. I will let my instincts guide me.”

NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN A meeting of the Council of the City of Cape Town will be held on Wednesday 27 February 2013 at 10:00 in the Council Chamber, 6th Floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town. 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 Michelle Alberts on 021 400 3708 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.

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

NEWS

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 5

Lighting for hotspots

CRIMINALS lurking in the parks at nights have their days numbered.

dations. Andrews is unable to confirm which parks will be getting area lighting as the recommendations are yet to be confirmed. “The parks cannot be disclosed yet as council still has to approve the recommendation. The parks identified would have been accessed based on crime statistics within the park and surrounding area, dumping and quality of visibility at night,” he explains. Mitchell’s Plain police spokesperson Constable Jerome Voegt confirmed that poorly lit spaces are, in fact, being used by criminals. “They are also dealing drugs in these open spaces. Good lighting of these open spaces can act as a deterrent and can assist police where we do patrols at night,” he says.

Millions spent in reaction to vandalism VANDALISM not only hampers the City of Cape Town’s ability to carry out and improve service delivery, it also comes at great cost. In the past financial year alone, vandalism flattened the City’s pockets by close to R130m. In her weekly newsletter, Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille says the City and the people they serve are in some ways fighting a battle against increasing financial targets, limited resources and a changing environment. “But there is another direct battle we are fighting, a front that is particularly painful: the battle against vandalism,” she states. “I am not sure that every citizen appreciates the scale of this particular challenge. Some people might associate vandalism with undesired graffiti, or perhaps a defaced sign.” Vandalism includes those things, but it also includes the destruction of robots; the destruction or theft of electricity cables and installations, water pipes and installations; and the blockage of sewers. In addition to

this city-wide problem, there are the multiplier effects of disruptions to networks, De Lille explained. “For example, broken streetlights might interrupt the safety grid of an area; a comprised water pipe affects different communities downstream; and a blocked stormwater drain can cause serious damage to the surrounding built environment. “All of these network disruptions have consequences for the people of this city – be they problems in getting to work through water-clogged streets or a feeling of vulnerability and a lack of safety in the dark.” In the financial year to date, the City has spent just over R115m on vandalism related to sewers, just under R7m on vandalism related to water and sanitation and just under R6m on vandalism relating to electricity. Budgeting for these amounts is challenging. “The direct cost aspect is made even more complicated by the over-regulated environment in which we work, in which audited compliance means that it is not easy to de-

viate from budgets set in the beginning of the financial year. Repairs on vandalised City property constitute such deviations. “Given the scale of our challenges at local government, this particular battle is an especially bitter one for the simple reality that it prevents us from doing our job and making delivery progress for the whole city.” She urged communities to assist in the upkeep of City property. To report copper theft phone 0800 222 771. Vandalism is malicious damage to property – a common law crime. Call the nearest police station or Metro Police on (021) 596 1999. If the incident is graffiti-related, also phone (021) 596 1999. The general call centre number which the public can use to report faults is 0860 103 089; select option 2 for water-related faults, email watertoc@capetown.gov.za or SMS 31373; select option 3 for electricity-related faults, email faultreportingcentre@capetown.gov.za or SMS 31220.

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Funding has been allocated to have lighting installed at public open spaces identified as hotspot areas for crime. Subcouncil 12 chairperson Eddie Andrews says this will allow police, Metro Police and Law Enforcement to adequately patrol these areas. Mitchell’s Plain police have welcomed the project which will aid them during their night patrols. Area lighting at parks in Beacon Valley, Westridge and Portlands forms part of a process to regenerate and transform these parks

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

New boundaries LAILA MAJIET

PUPILS will now be able to read and learn without the worry of burglars intruding on teaching time. Seaview Primary is getting a new boundary after almost the entire school fence was stolen in the June holidays, leaving the school open to criminals. Last year, concerned parents volunteered to do patrols at the school following a spate of vandalism, burglaries and arson. The upgraded Lookout Hill at the corner of Eisleben Road and Baden Powell Drive is believed to be the root of the school’s problems, claims principal Erfaan Dollie. He welcomes the building of a fence as staff members were previously forced to deal with

FOUNDATION PHASE: Concrete slabs have been already been planted around the front en­ trance of the school. The project is expected to be complete by 31 March.

criminals, taking away teaching valuable time (“Defenceless”, People’s Post, 18 September). “I cannot over emphasise how much this will help us. Teachers will now be able to do their job without worrying if their cars are safe in the parking lot,” Dollie says. Lookout Hill, which abuts Seaview Primary, was upgraded by ward councillor Danny Christians in 2005. The hill has in the past been a nuisance for the school as it is a hideout for criminals, Dollie says. The school has been burgled, vandalised and ravaged by arson in September. The principal says knife-wielding men from Lookout Hill have even come on to the premises during school hours to threaten pupils. “The school will have so much more peace of mind. Not only are they putting up a new fence, but we also have a new security company that is doing fantastic work in keeping the learners and staff safe,” Dollie beams. Work has begun in erecting a concrete palisade fence at the school. It is expected to be completed by Sunday 31 March. Dollie says a designated area will also be fenced off for taxis transporting pupils. “This will not be in Impala Road. Previously, that road was congested as drivers blocked the road and the main entrance to the school,” he explains. Education department officials say they are unable to disclose the cost of the new fence. The provincial education minister’s

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Tuesday 19 February Eastridge: Edward Nathan Sonnenbergs, Africa’s largest law firm, will be hosting a free talk on intellectual property for entrepreneurs and small business owners. The talk will be held at the firm’s offices in Naboom Street, Eastridge.

Town Centre: The Mitchell’s Plain Educare Forum will be having its monthly meeting at 13:00 at the Town Centre library. All existing educares as well as those who wish to start up are welcome to join. You will be assisted with the registration process, skills development and simultaneous-

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to raise awareness among school communities to alert the police if they notice vandalism on school property or theft of a fence,” she adds. The cost of replacing a complete wire or mesh fence ranges between R300 000 to R500 000 depending on the property’s size. Palisade fencing is more costly but more difficult to vandalise. At the time of going to print, Christians had failed to respond to the numerous calls and emails made by People’s Post in a bid to obtain his comment.

ly be kept informed of all the latest information pertaining to early childhood development. The forum’s registration fee is R100 a year. For more information call Karrimah Jacobs on 0 (021) 374 9428 or 0 076 117 1167. Alternatively call Soraya Abbas on 0 (021) 376 7576 or 0 083 727 0222.

Muller on 0 073 474 0691. Rocklands: Bayhill United Soccer Club is hosting their U/19 trials at 10:00 at Rocklands High School. For more information call Gordon Witbooi on 0 081 460 3344 or Latief Feder on 0 083 389 9457.

Friday 22 February Lentegeur: Merrydale Primary School is having a Back to School dance at the Lentegeur Civic Centre. The dance starts at 17:00 and ends at midnight. Tickets are available at the school and can be purchased at the door for R40. For further details call Ruth LaGuma on 0 (021) 371 3010 during school hours. Rocklands: A karaoke will be held at Cedar High to raise funds for Aaron Mathlay, who needs to raise a substantial amount of money for his trip to India. He is a scholar at the Western Cape Sports School. Entrance fee is R25. The event starts at 19:30. For further details call Beryl on 0 082 921 0285. Westridge: Global Christian Leaders Network is having a meeting at the Westridge library mini-hall. The meeting focuses on starting up a business. The free two-hour talk will start at 9:15. For more information call Bishop Cecil

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spokesperson, Bronagh Casey, says the department had arranged a “package deal” with the service provider in terms of fencing at several schools, therefore there is no exact cost to each school. “The fence will be paid from the department’s infrastructure budget,” Casey says. She urges school staff, pupils and parents to report vandalism to ensure school property is looked after. “The provincial education department cannot police our fences all day, every day. Therefore we need the assistance of our schools and the school governing body

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Tuesday 19 February 2013

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 7

Mass exodus for CPF heads LAILA MAJIET

THE chairperson of the Strandfontein Community Policing Forum has resigned. Executive members have since followed suit and handed in their resignation letters. The demise of the CPF comes on the heels of a battle between the community structure and Strandfontein police. The CPF has for months been calling for improved response times and additional police officers for the “understaffed station”. Brendan Baxter, the former CPF chairperson, has also resigned as the deputy chairperson of the Mitchell’s Plain Cluster CPF. “In the last year I have been involved in many different facets of policing and have worked with dedicated men and woman in blue who have shown they are more than capable of fighting crime under the correct leadership,” he says. “Unfortunately, relations have become strained to such an extent that I feel I cannot effectively fulfil my mandate in either positions and thus will be to the detriment of the community I serve.” Baxter says his resignation will not stop him from assisting the community in the fight against crime. While he would have preferred to remain on the CPF, decisions from top level management within the Mitchell’s Plain Police cluster has been made, he says. Mario Oostendurp, the public relations officer for the CPF, as well as the forum’s deputy chairperson, Denver Christy, have resigned. Oostendurp says despite resigning, he too will continue his work in the community. Oostendurp alleges that Mitchell’s Plain Police Cluster Commander, Brigadier Johan Brand, dictated to the Strandfontein CPF Executive that they publicly declare Baxter had secured a contract for the security company he owns and runs using his position as CPF chairperson. Baxter’s company provided security services at a recent reggae festival held at Blue Waters Beach, Strandfontein. However, Oostendurp says it would have been unlawful to do so, as it is not true. Oostendurp says: “I refuse to be part

of a dictatorship which shows total disregard for the good men and women who don’t just sit back and accept, hence my resignation. I will not be dictated to by those who wish to discredit others in an attempt to further their own agendas. We were not in it for the titles. Our work in the community will continue.” In response to the allegation, Brand says: “This office will not comment on inhouse issues that was tabled at an internal Cluster board meeting. A part of the CPF executive of Strandfontein decided to resign at the meeting and the resignations were accepted by a full board of the Cluster CPF.” Cluster CPF chairperson Michael Jacobs says he is not aware of the resignation of the entire executive. However, the only remaining members of the community structure are its secretary and assistant secretary. He says due processes will follow in electing a new CPF. “As a Cluster we will meet with the Station Commander and the rest of the Strandfontein Executive to discuss the way forward. We will then proceed with the calling of a special general meeting in order to fill the vacant positions. All registered organisations will be given 28 days notice of the said meeting,” he says. Details of the meeting will be advertised in the community newspapers, Jacobs adds. Provincial CPF spokesperson Faisal Abrams says it is the responsibility of the Strandfontein Police Station commander to ensure a new CPF structure is formed. “According to the Police Act and the constitution of the CPF, it is the responsibility of the station commander – if she has been informed of the mentioned resignations – to, within 28 days, have a meeting with registered organisations to elect new members,” Abrams explains. He says it was the responsibility of the Cluster CPF to ensure that all grievances within the Strandfontein CPF were dealt with. “It is the members’ democratic right to resign in support of the chairperson if they so wish,” Abrams adds. A date for an election meeting is yet to be set.

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Catch violin violinist ist live in concert

Tuesday 19 February 2013

Still doing it for the kids

LOVERS of classical music are in for a treat on Sunday 24 February. Acclaimed French violinist Philippe Graffin will perform at the Summer Sunset Concert with the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra under the baton of their principal guest conductor maestro Martin Panteleev. This, the final concert of the Cape Town International Music Festival, promises to be a memorable afternoon. Graffin’s individual style of playing and outstanding achievements have already placed him among the finest of French violinists. The concert at Kirstenbosch will include popular classical works such as Rossini’s William Tell Overture, Tchaikovsky’s Overture Fantasy Romeo and Juliette, Mendelssohn’s Violin concerto, Sibelius’ Finlandia and Smetana’s The Moldau. The concerts is from 17:30 to 19:00. Gates open at 16:00.Call (021) 799 8783/8620 or visit www.sanbi.org. WIN! Three double tickets can be won by emailing the word “orchestra” to competitions@sanbi.org.za. People’s Post readers can enter online at www.peoplespost.co.za to win three double tickets. Winners will be phoned.

TINA BURGER

THE Philippi Children’s Centre has come of age. And 21 years after first opening their doors, the centre is still committed to the responsibility of uplifting and enabling their farming community. The school building, which will enjoy an upgrade in April, plays host to almost 200 children. Most of them are from the vegetable and flower farming communities in Philippi and Mitchell’s Plain. Philippi Children’s Centre founder, Dr Trudy Thomas, touched the hearts of the rural community when she decided to open a school in 1991. In a community rife with poverty and children woefully undernourished, Thomas identified the great need for the centre. She set a challenge to help effect change for the community’s children. Thomas is quoted as saying: “These children need to be rescued from the trap of deprivation and degradation which CELEBRATION: Principal Helen Diedericks, German volunteer Merlin Hillenkamp and some of the has already ensnared many of school’s little ones proudly celebrate the Philippi Children’s Centre’s coming of age. Photo: Tina Burger their parents, and which can celebration co-incided with Valentine’s creches and pre-schools in the surroundsnap closed in earliest childhood.” ing areas. A committee was established and iden- Day. They are very proud of what they have Teachers at the school joined in the eftified Weltevreden Primary School, then accomplished in 21 years, especially the disused, as the ideal venue for the new fa- fort to make the day very special. “We have 18 trained staff and volun- Stories for Africa Children’s Library. cility. Dana de Young, of the USA, donated Since inception, it has been an uphill teers from Germany who take care of, educate and help the children through the over 3 000 books to the library which was battle for the centre. Principal Helen Diedericks admits that Montessori educational system,” Dieder- opened in October. The day was celebrated as the children while much has already been accom- icks says. It is a difficult task, she says, because enjoyed colourful cakes. plished, more work still has to be done. The centre survives, in part, on nomi“Most of the children are from a rural babies arrive “without nappies or milk area. They struggle with immense hard- formula. Many depend on donations of nal fees the parents pay. However, it won’t be able to continue ships. Some of them don’t even have clothing”. Volunteer fundraiser Jane Bodin com- its work without the generosity of local clothes to wear. That is why we are so surprised that, as we are celebrating the 21 mends the staff as being “people of excel- farmers and surrounding businesses. Anyone interested in donating or volyears, the school has survived,” she says. lence” who dedicate their time and effort On Thursday, parents dressed their into making the centre a flagship school unteering at the centre can call Bodin on children in red and white as the school’s and a centre of excellence to benefit 0 (021) 438 8784.

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NEWS

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 9

Strandfontein High: what a dump LAILA MAJIET

DUMPING at Strandfontein High School has the ratepayers’ association on the back foot years after they raised their initial concerns. A series of events, starting in 1995, resulted in the unlawful disposal of waste at the school. A contractor was hired to remove a sand dune as it was considered a safety hazard for pupils. The contractor did not follow the agreed upon scope of works and a large pit was the result. In 2010, the school was approached by another local contractor who offered to level and vegetate the area in return for permission to dispose builder’s rubble on the eastern side of the school building. The school’s principal agreed to this offer, but the contractor did not adhere to the agreement as the site was not levelled or replanted. Strandfontein Ratepayers’ Association secretary Ephraim Stanfield expressed concern about the environmental impact of the dumping and excavation of the site following the illegal dumping of rubble on the school grounds. He says the school has become an eyesore. “There are piles of rubble and sand dunes on the school property,” Stanfield says. Global engineering firm, Aurecon, was contracted to compile an assessment report on the environmental impact of the illegal activities on the school grounds. The report was released yesterday and is available for public comment until 2 April. To access the report and give your input, visit www.aurecongroup.com, change the “current location” to South Africa and follow the “public participation” link. Copies of the assessment document will be available from Strandfontein library. Based on the initial findings of the report,

Stanfield believes a proper drainage system is needed at the school. “The underground water is polluted (and) a high percentage of calcium has been detected in the water due to the concrete rubble being dumped,” Stanfield says (“Eyebrows raised at school dumping”, People’s Post, 5 June). However, Aurecon’s report states: “No hazardous waste was detected in any of the trial pits. This finding corroborates with the groundwater investigation which found that there was no groundwater contamination.” In order to confidently determine the type and quantities of waste disposed, sixteen test pits were excavated on 31 July. Principal Peter Brockman says school management is unhappy with the “dumping” on the vacant field on the school premises. “It is definitely not something that we had envisaged or encouraged,” he says. He says a letter was sent to the education district’s Advice and Coordination Unit requesting the education department assist in helping the school level the grounds. Brockman says they wish to build a sports field on the school grounds which consist of a large undeveloped area of sand dunes covered in dense bushes. “Ultimately, the vision is for a well-laid out sports field for the learners. The school needs assistance to clear the area, level it and develop the desired sports field,” Brockman explains. The assessment report recommends that the surface waste at the school be removed. “Thereafter, the site should be levelled by spreading soil heaps and shaping the area to ensure that it is free draining. To prevent nuisance dust, the area should be revegetated with appropriate vegetation. “In recognition of the school’s wish to build a sports field, it is recommended that

the area to be used for a sports field is grassed and the indigenous vegetation is established

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LEADER

Tuesday 19 February 2013

Do something SOUTH AFRICANS have every right to feel they are the world’s lament. It is a country riven by horrific sex crimes as well as other acts of barbarism. And given the technological wonders of Facebook, Twitter and other social media, there has been a furious flurry of “liking”, “sharing”, blogging and other prolific internet postings. But such remote activism is not going to cut it. It is not enough. We need to clean up our act. We need to get our hands dirty. Marching while wearing black in the streets isn’t going to be enough. Nor, for all its symbolism, will sticking tape over our mouths. Same goes for moments of silence. Our world needs help. Urgently. Practically. So, what are you doing? How are you getting your hands dirty? There are countless organisations dedicated to helping the downtrodden. Flinging money at our social ills will only take us so far. The biggest, and first, change we can ever make to help this world is adjusting our attitudes. The psychological power trip that all abuse offers is a battle that starts in the mind. We need to constantly reinforce the idea that it is not okay – ever – to inflict such agony. It needs to be part of our DNA that the mere suggestion or idea of such violence causes the body to be ill. The prevention of rape needs to become the norm. It should be anathema to our belief system. Anene Booysen’s death is nothing new. Such gory crimes have plagued our communities for years. There’s Delft and the Bush of Evil, Caleb Booysen (2) from Manenberg who was bludgeoned to death, 11-year-old Annastacia Wiese from Mitchell’s Plain who was raped, murdered and stuffed in the ceiling of her home. It is a litany of shame. Let’s stop waiting for a solution to drop out of the sky. Do something. Get your hands dirty.

Lots to do for less Hats off to you, Golden Arrow

I WOULD like to thank all the Golden Arrow bus drivers who transport not only myself but several thousand passengers to and from our homes to work on a daily basis. It is really a thankless job. What I find very disturbing in the article (“Race to stop speeding buses”, People’s Post, 12 February) is that most people only want to point out the bad of Golden Arrow drivers. I have a question to those commuters: how else are the buses supposed to turn if the roads in the Strandfontein area were clearly never planned to allow vehicles of such size? Would they prefer if Golden Arrow rather only had a direct route down Spine Road? This would mean that all residents of Bayview and Strandfontein would have to get the buses on Spine Road and not have the luxury of having a bus stop close to their homes. Overcrowded buses in Strandfontein, really? Even during peak hours I haven’t seen an overcrowded bus which has travelled through the area. If anything, Golden Arrow could save by send-

ing less buses. If an investigation is done I am sure the bus company would find that half the buses which travel from Bayview to the Cape Town CBD are not even full and there are always open seats. I feel that due to Golden Arrow having a few bad incidents in the news lately, people all now suddenly want to point a finger. Let’s face it, not all news is good as all organisations have some bad apples. Instead of moaning and groaning, I would encourage commuters to lodge a complaint via the avenues provided and make a difference and not to be part of the problem by keeping quiet. Personally I would like to say “thank you” to my two drivers – the Killarney bus from Strandfontein in the morning and the Century City to Strandfontein bus at 21:30 during the week. You guys are awesome and are doing a stunning job. They do the little things right, such as greeting. I say “thank you” to Golden Arrow and its staff for an excellent job. NATHIER VAN DER WESTHUIZEN

Deal with soc societ iety’s y’s social social ills YOUR editorial “Crisis point” (12 February) on the untimely death of Bredasdorp teenager Anene Booysen provides much food for thought. The same day the leader appeared, I listened to a news bulletin in which a Bredasdorp resident correctly stated that socio-economic conditions often led to anti-social behaviour. If one looks at the plethora of protest actions in recent times around the lack of service delivery in the less affluent areas of our province, then it is clear it will take very little to ignite the raw anger that was displayed following the brutal killing of Anene. That poverty is rife is also not in dispute given the large number of informal settlements all around us. How sad that 18 years into our democracy, we still find the bucket system in use at Phum-

lani Village in Grassy Park. To get to the point where we will all respect the human rights and dignity of others, those in public office should fix the small things, namely the social evils, first. If a tavern is still open at 3:00, then those who are responsible for Bredasdorp must deal with it without looking for a scapegoat elsewhere. The unacceptably high levels of crime in our poorer communities have indeed reached a crisis point and something needs to be done urgently to address the concerns of those living in constant fear. We can only take our streets back once the “broken window” strategy (fixing small things first) has been implemented so that none of us end up becoming just another statistic. COLIN ARENDSE

IN REPLY to JG Hillary’s letter (“Cost takes joy out of life”, 12 February), there are ways and means of enjoying life without having to pay a fortune. Watch the papers and you will find that at certain times of the year one can use the cable car to reach the top of Table Mountain at a reduced rate and children go free. Worth waiting for! There are several second-hand bookshops where one can find “nearly new” books at a fraction of the price. Many of these are charity shops so your money can also help others. St Luke’s Hospice runs one of these and I think the Rural Child has a book section. So, take heart, look around and enjoy this wonderful city of ours. There is lots to do and it doesn’t need to break the bank. GILL NOLAN

Hear t goes out to vict victims ims IT’S VERY sad when you hear someone has been raped and even brutally murdered. What can we do? We are living in the last days. We must pray for one another and for our children daily. We don’t know what will happen to us in the future. My heart goes out to everyone who are victims of rape. We must also teach our children the right way so they will not depart from these lessons. Children also need to obey their parents, stay away from drugs and alcohol, as well as from the wrong friends. CHARLES PIETERSEN

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NEWS

Tuesday 19 February 2013

Property values: numbers are up LAILA MAJIET

YOUR rates and taxes on your property could soon take a dip or be increased. Homeowners will this month receive notices of the new valuation of their property. Property owners who are unhappy with the new valuation of their home may appeal the estimated property price during March and April. The impact on this for property valuators is that a new general valuation will be based on property market values as at 1 July 2012 and that the rates and taxes will be payable on the new valuations as from Monday 1 July. The 60-day objection period is short, according to a valuation expert, and upon receiving notices owners should immediately ascertain whether the value determined reflects a reasonable market value of the property as at 1 July 2012. If not, homeowners will need to object themselves or employ the services of a registered valuer to assist them. Valuation expert Jerry Margolius says 60 days is sufficient “for a property owner who is knowledgeable and does not seek professional advice”. He is calling for the objection period to be extended to 90 days “so that proper and unrushed objections can be lodged by the valuers and individuals”. “However, when consulting with a professional valuer, not all do municipal objections and the period then becomes very pressurised and short. There are many large property portfolios which need to be valued as well as leisure and State-owned properties. All these require attention and there is not sufficient time to object,” he explains. The estimated worth of a property as determined by the City of Cape Town determines the sum of rates and taxes payable on a property. Priya Reddy, the spokesperson for Cape Town deputy mayor Ian Neilson, says there are 815 676 properties on the City’s new valuation roll with a total value of R913bn. “The number of properties has increased by 39 925 since 2009,” she says. The new property valuations will be forwarded to homeowners in writing. Alternatively homeowners are able to

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check the valuation of their property online at www.capetown.gov.za/propertyvaluationsad from Thursday. The General Valuation roll will also be made available for inspection at 17 public inspection venues across the city. The venues will be open to the public from Thursday 21 February until Tuesday 30 April, Monday to Friday from 8:15 until 15:45. “Legislation allows any person to lodge an objection against the valuation of any property on the valuation roll if they believe that the valuation is incorrect,” Reddy explains. Margolius urges property owners to ensure they contact the City if they do not receive their notice by the end of this month. “They are also obligated to check the valuation roll especially if they do not receive a notice as the non-receipt thereof is not grounds for objection. The valuation roll is open for inspection as advertised by the City.” He encourages the public to go to the specified inspection venues if they feel the valuation of their property is incorrect. “I have always found the City of Cape Town’s valuation staff most obliging and willing to help. So if you cannot afford to employ someone to do an objection and you need help, you should go to the advertised venues,” he says. Property owners have been urged to check that their property valuation is correctly valued at the market price in July last year. City officials say “the impact of valuation on rates is not a consideration in the valuation. It is only the question of whether it is market-related or not that is considered”. Margolius reiterates this. “The ability of not being able to afford the rates is not a ground for objection. The rates policy also provides for rebates for the elderly as well as people who earn less than R4000.” Inspection venues include the second floor at the Cape Town Civic Centre; the Alphen Centre in Constantia; Fish Hoek Council Chambers next to the Fish Hoek Civic Centre; Ledger House Consultation Room Two on the corners of Aden Avenue and George Street in Athlone; the Plumstead Municipal Building on the corners of Victoria and Main roads; and Woodlands Community Centre on the corners of Mitchell Avenue and Selene Way.

artists a chance to shine. The launch of the urban legends on the night will give you an opportunity to get a breakthrough and be noticed in the entertainment industry. Email Joy at joy.urbanlegends@gmail.com or Olivia on olivia.urbanlegends@gmail.com.

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All for love Mondale High School pupils add­ ed a touch of red to their uniforms this Valentine’s Day. Keegan Prins, Charnice Arendse, Clayton Manuel, Ammaa­ rah Arendse and Nabeelah Galant show off their Val­ entine’s Day gifts. Photo: Laila Majiet


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Sing that love song SINGING the night away was the order of the day at a local Valentine’s Day karaoke.

GR GROUP OUP LOVE: LOVE: Mandy Hendricks, Una April, Melissa Buckton, Sedick Ely and Marlon Fortuin had a blast.

Westville Primary held their annual fundraising event at the Portlands Indoor Sports Centre on Friday. About 500 people including staff, parents and pupils filed into the hall to spread the Valentine’s cheer in tune with the theme of the fundraiser.

GIRL POWER: POWER: Dalene Lentoor, McKaylin Hill, Keshia Lentoor, Letitia Hill and Fatiema Sadarien got cosy for a photo.

HUDDLE UP: Ursula Pekeur, Marina Abrahams and Berenyce Farmer had a girls’ night out.

JOYFUL: Lauren Leigh Mentor, Dawn Scott, Candice Lazarus JOYFUL: and Robyn Ford came out to support the event. Photos: Clint Dixon

LOVE: VE: Margaret Misland, Desmond van Graan THE COLOUR OF LO and Ann van Graan had a ball of a time.

VIVID: Latasha Takeloo, Lindsay Abrahams, Meagan Williams, Berenice Williams and Genevive van Wyk.

FOR A GOOD CAUSE: Marius Van Rooyen, Leona Van Rooyen, Christopher August­Kouter and Carlos Klaaste.

LO LOVE VE IS MOST CERT CERTAINLY AINLY IN THE AIR: Veronica Hofman, Helen Truebody and Renay Hill at the event.

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Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to

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Die pligte behels die volgende: • Indentifiseer en samel inligting in vir nuusberigte vir al Die Burger se platforms wat die koerant ‘n tree voor mededingers plaas • Skryf op ‘n daaglikse basis nuusberigte wat feitelik korrek en relevant is vir Die Burger se lesersmark en lewer dit binne die spertyd • Lewer kopie, beeldmateriaal en ander inhoud vir die digitale platforms • Konseptualiseer visuele inhoud soos grafika en foto’s • Bou verhoudings met kontakte wat sal lei tot stories wat interessant, relevant en onontbeerlik is vir Die Burger se lesersmark.

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OUTBOUND TELESALES SOUTHERN SUBURBS ARE YOU HUNGRY FOR MONEY!!!! I REQUIRE 15 TELEMARKETER S BASIC + BONUS INCENTIVES Are you friendly, confident, have a bubbly telephonic personality and are you target driven? Is this you? Then you are who we are looking for to join our team between 5pm and 8pm MondayThursday We offer company training to successful applicants. Preferably own transport.

Die vereistes is die volgende: • ’n Sterk nuussin en belangstelling in ‘n wye verskeidenheid van onderwerpe • ’n Nagraadse kwalifikasie in joernalistiek • Minstens een jaar ervaring by ‘n dagblad • Die vermoë om onder druk te werk • Uitstekende taalvaardigheid in Afrikaans • ’n Geldige rybewys

For an appointment to interview,

Die suksesvolle kandidaat moet bereid wees om lang en ongereelde ure te werk. Dit sluit in Sondae en openbare vakansiedae.

call Gloria (021 ) 702 2052

Sluitingsdatum vir aansoeke : 22 Februarie 2013 Aansoekers met toepaslike kwalifikasies en ervaring kan hulle CV’s stuur na aansoeke@dieburger.com. Dui asseblief in u aansoek aan dat u om die bogemelde pos aansoek doen. Indien u teen 1 Maart 2013 nog niks van ons gehoor het nie, moet u aanvaar dat die aansoek nie suksesvol was nie.

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Loss Control Officer

Purpose of role: The Loss Control Officer will be responsible for monitoring, guarding and patroling the premises in order to prevent theft and ensure the safety of staff. The position is based in Ottery, Western Cape. Key Performance Areas • Access control of gates • Check wiring, cameras and operation of gates. • Checking out company vehicles. • Sign all vehicles in and out of yard. • Check invoices and goods taken by customers collecting orders. • Report any suspicious activity by staff or any other suspicious activity outside premises. Qualifications and experience • Grade 12 • Psira C or D qualified. • Experience in a similar role.

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Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

Friendly quality service!

Eersteriver R449 000

Wynberg R949 000

Tuesday 19 February 2013

.

ien l Emamd Shaamie 3 1118

Mitchells Plain: 021 391 4203

082 72

infomp@durrestates.com

List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals CLOSE TO COSY CORNER 2 House on 1 Plot.First House:4 large bedrooms, lounge,kitchen, bathroom: Second House: Large Double Storey.Modern 2 or 3 bedroom home,tiled lounge,fully fitted kitchen,2 bathrooms + Long Driveway, kitchen + Garage for approx 3 cars.Very Neat

Athlone / Gleemoor Only R749 000

LARGE 4 BEDS Lounge, large kitchen,bathroom, garage.Close to Thornton Road

LARGE 3 BEDS Large 3 beds,en-suite,large lounge,fitted kitchen,family bathroom,garage +++ Large 496m² Plot.

Montague Springs Only R599 000

OWN YOUR OWN HOLIDAY HOME

and get rental income. 2 beds,bics,tiled bathroom,fully fitted kitchen,lounge with fireplace,patio with braai,communal heated pool,next to vineyard and Avalon Springs.

Retreat R699 000

CLOSE TO RETREAT ROAD Free-Standing 3 beds,spacious lounge & fitted kitchen, bathroom + Long Drive-way.

R689 000: MONTEGU’S GIFT Spacious Freestanding 4 Bedrooms with Built in Cupboards, Main En-suite, Lounge, Dinning, Fireplace, Tv Room, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Carport for 4 cars automated doors + Double Garage & Garden KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

R279 000: TAFELSIG:3 Bedroom Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath Garage, Parking for 3 Cars. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411 R249 000: TAFELSIG: 3 Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Bath, Garage SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 R180 000: SANDOWN COURT GRASSY PARK CASH ONLY: 2 Bdm Flat Ground Floor, Bathrm, Kitchen with Pantry, Lnge, 1Parking Bay Close R469 000 PORTLAND Fully Enclosed Semi Detached 3 Bedroom House Consisting of to All Amenities. KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

Lounge, FF.Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Braai Area and a Tanterm Garage for 3 Cars. GADIJA 082 823 1801

For a free valuation call our agents

R4 395 000: RONDEBOSCH EAST Luxurious Spacious 3 Beds, Aircon 3 En-Suites, 2 x Walk-in Closets, 3 Separate Entrances incl. Bathroom & Kitchen, Very Large Pool, Alarm, Parking. FADIA 082 560 6194 R2 350 000: SCHAAPKRAAL 4016m² Plot, +/- R30 000.00 Current Rental Income, Separate Bungalow, Entertainment Area, Aluminium Workshop included Aluminium Windows & Doors throughout GADIJA 082 823 1801 R3 300 000: GRASSY PARK A Block of 8 Flats consisting of 81m² Units each with 2 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen & Family Bathroom. Plot size 1097m², Parking for 16 Cars + Security Gates. KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

SHIHAAM KASHIFAH

NADIA

GADIJA

SHARIEF

FAZLYN

Attention sellers we have buyers for:

Bayview, Beacon Valley, Colorado, Eagle Park, Eastridge, Flamingo, Heinz Park Lentegeur, London Village, Lost City, New Tafelsig, New Woodlands, Pelikan Heights Pelikan Park, Portlands, Rocklands, Rondevlei, San Remo, Strandfontein, Strandfontein Village, Tafelsig, The Farm, Vanguard Villas, Wavecrest, Weltevreden Glen, Weltevreden Valley, Westridge, Westgate, Woodlands, New Woodlands and Wildwood.

Join our family and let us share our success with you!

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250 Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

BUY YOUR HOME NOW!!!

Site Sales Office open 7 Days a week! 2 - 3 Bedroomed units

Strandfontein Only R599 000

Rocklands R339 000

FROM

R339,900 (Including transfer costs)

LOVELY 2 BEDS Bics, nice tiled lounge + dining room,fitted kitchen,tiled bathroom, carport, ecclosed,close to Cedars Avenue.Very Neat.

Tafelsig R249 000

Old Woodlands Only R299 000

NG I L L SE FAST

LARGE 4 BEDS Laminated floors,stunning bathroom with corner bath + shower,nice lounge, fully fitted kitchen + Garage for approx 3 cars.Very Neat

Elsies River /Avonwood R339 000

Close to R300 off AZ Berman Drive Mitchell's Plain.

LARGE 3 BEDS Lounge, kitchen, bathroom,drive-way and secure parking for 2 cars + Verandah/Pergola.Very Neat

FREE STANDING 3 beds,lounge,kitchen,bathroom. Large Plot.If your combined wages is approx R8000.00 per month you could buy this house.

CORNER PLOT Large grounds,2 beds,lounge,kitchen,bathroom, carport.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Mark Anthony Tel: 021 704 2160 / 083 482 4250

S A N D I L E WAT E R G AT E 170412 1BFG0QQ

2ND PHASE ALMOST SOLD OUT

Free Oven & Hob SITE OFFICE: 021 371 5502 THE HAT LADY 021 761 0496 • 082 955 8948 webcol@telkomsa.net

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

mark.brickles@remax.net

Tafelsig Only R239 000

Summer Greens R595 000

Every Agent Will Promise To Sell Your Home … We GUARANTEE it 2 BEDS Bics,s pacious tiled lounge,fully fitted kitchen,beautiful modern bathroom with corner bath jacuzzi + shower,fire-place,Garage +++ Pool.

Strand Only R320 000

Colorado R519 000

Beacon Valley Only R240 000

3BEDS

Lounge,kitchen, bathroom.If your combined wages is approx. R7500.00 per month you c ould buy this house.

Lentegeur R319 000

If your Home Doesn’t Sell, Mark is Willing to Buy it Himself at a Price Acceptable to You No Gimmicks!

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

SMS “G19”, Your Name, Email address/address to 072 742 6963 OR

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

Free-Standing.Lovely 3 beds,bics,fitted kitchen, lounge, bathroom,aluminium frames,burglar bars.What A bargain.

LONDON VILLAGE

Lovely 2 beds,bics,laminated floors,spacious lounge,large fully fitted kitchen,tiled bathroom,large yard,drivethru remote garage for 2 cars.Nice area.

3 BEDS Lounge,kitchen, bathroom, carport.

BEHIND CLOCK TOWER 3 beds,lounge,kitchen,large bathroom + garage for 4 cars.

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

visit www.eesyinfo.co.za

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 or 082 673 1503

Strandfontein R550 000

Tafelsig Only R249 000

Receive a Free list with pics of Below Market Value & other Distress Sale Properties Visit: www.savemoola.co.za Or SMS “D19”, Your Name, Email address/ address to 0791749961 Remaxultra - 19 02 13

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503

waynetheron@remax.net

Macassar R499 000

163 DENNEGEUR AVE STRANDFONTEIN

WAYNE THERON – 083 483 1784

Tel 021 393 3359

WAYNE THERON – 083 483 1784

STRANDFONTEIN – R430 000 - 2 BEDS ON BIG PLOT.

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STRANDFONTEIN – R465 000 - 3 BEDS, TILED LOUNGE, FAMILY BATHROOM STRANDFONTEIN – R480 000 - BARGAIN - OFF COMMON RD FULLY ENCLOSED, 2 BEDS, TILED LOUNGE, CARPORT 2 CARS,

LOVELY 3 BEDS Bics,large lounge,fully fitted kitchen,tiled bathroom,drive-way + Garage + Yard

Eastridge R299 000

Eersteriver R299 000

2 BEDS Lounge, kitchen, bathroom,drive-

way.If your combined wages is approx. R7500.00 per month you could buy this house.

I URGENTLY NEED PROPERTIES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS FOR MY APPROVED BUYERS:RETREAT,STEEN BERG,SEAWINDS,GRASS Y PARK AND LAKEVIEW.

3 BEDS Lounge,dining room,kitchen,bathroom

2 BEDS Lounge,kitchen,drive-way,large grounds

PLEASE CALL ANTHIONY ARENDSE.021 704 0289/082 673 1503

3 BEDS En-suite,bics,fitted kitchen,lounge,carport +++ Garage SELLERS IN ALL AREAS WANT AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST,EFFICIENTLY AND AT THE BEST POSSIBLE PRICE?CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/ 082 673 1503 OR MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160/083 482 4250 TODAY.COMMISSSION NEGOTIABLE!

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 or 082 673 1503

STRANDFONTEIN – R725 000 - 3 BEDS, FFK, TILED LOUNGE, MODERN FAM BATHROOM, TANDEM GARAGE 3 CARS +++ BIG SEPARATE ENTRANCE. FAIRWAYS – R755 000 - GET INTO A GREAT AREA 315 Sqm PLOT – 2 BEDS, TILED LOUNGE, DOUBLE GARAGE THE WESTRIDGE – R520 000 - FULLY ENCLOSED AND SECURE 3 BEDS – BIC, MES, FFK, BATHROOM, GARAGE, CARPORT 3 CARS EASTRIDGE – R285 000 - VERY NEAT & SECURE – 3 BEDS, FFK, TILED LOUNGE, SECURE PARKING

FAROUK - 082 873 4815

STRANDFONTEIN – R785 000- DOUBLE STOREY – 3 BEDS – 2 BATHROOMS, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, FFK, GARAGE, STOREROOM + SEPARATE ENTRANCE – 2 BEDS, EN-SUITE, FITTED KITCHEN

NEW WOODLANDS – R395 000 - VERY SECURE - 3 BEDS – BIC IN 2, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM,FFK,TANDEM GARAGE, WORKSHOP BAYVIEW – R650 000 - MAIN HOUSE : 2 BEDS, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN. GRANNY FLAT : 1 BED – DRESSING ROOM, BATHROOM, KITCHEN, LOUNGE. PARKING 3 CARS

JOE DANSTER – 072 34 33442

DELFT – VOORBRUG - R230 000 - ON BIG PLOT, 2 BEDS, KITCHEN, LOUNGE

GINA – 072 865 0061

NEW WOODLANDS – R360 000 - 2 BEDS, LOUNGE, DINING AREA, KITCHEN, GARAGE 3 CARS. ROCKLANDS – R310 000 2 BEDS, KITCHEN, LOUNGE, DINING AREA, SECURE PARKING

IGSHAAN – 079 735 2149

PORTLANDS – R510 000 - SECURE IN PRIME AREA. NEAR SCHOOLS & TRANSPORT 2 BEDS – FITTED KITCHEN, LOUNGE. XTRA ROOM – CAN BE ADDED TO MAIN HOUSE OR CONVERTED INTO GRANNY FLAT. GARAGE 2 CARS

RAE EDSON – 082 264 8222

BEACON VALLEY – R285 000 - FULLY ENCLOSED - 3 BEDS, KITCHEN, BATHROOM, LOUNGE

TAFELSIG – R250 000 - 3 BEDROOMS, SPACIOUS LOUNGE AND BIG GROUNDS.

NEED TO SELL IN STRANDFONTEIN AND MITCHELLS PLAIN - CALL US FOR BEST SELLING PRICES AND SERVICE TO GET IT SOLD AND FOR A FREE VALUATION OF YOUR PROPERTY CALL NOW


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Cecil Borman Properties

If you are Selling,Buying or would like a Free Valuation of your home,take advantage of this opportunity to work with the world's most respected name in realty.

37 ALABAMA ROAD, COLORADO PARK MITCHELLS PLAIN , 7785

BAYVIEW STRANDFONTEIN R630 000 SURREY ESTATE : R720 000

COLORADO: R540 000

FAIZAL : 081-818 7510

F/s : 2 Beds,Lounge,Kitchen, Bathroom,Double carport, Parking for 20 cars,Plot size = 480sq Lots of potential. INGRID : 072-409 0559

HIGHLANDS ESTATE :

HIGHLANDS ESTATE :

R620 000 - DOUBLE PLOT:

R350 000 Neg.

F/s: 3Beds,Lnge,D/rm,Fk, F/bath,Park X 5 cars.Encl. Neat starter home. 351sq

Foundation+Slab compltd for 2

VACANT PLOT FOR SALE.

Hses,Elec +Water supply,+ 2 x

Enclosed,Plot Size = 496sq

G/Flat:2 beds,Ktcn,Bath,830sq SHAMEEMA : 072-774 5252

KEITH : 072-216 7104

Agents wanted in Mitchells

COLORADO: R379 000 F/s: 2Beds(bic),Oplnge, Opffk,F/bath,Park X 4 cars.Starter home. 250sq KEITH : 072-216 7104

PORTLANDS: R449 000 Ext F/s : 3Beds(1xbic),Lnge ,Fk,F/bath,Mes,Parking x 2cars. Secured. 195sq FAIZAL : 081-818 7510

and cell phone is essential. Training will be provided. Contact : 021-673 1240

PLUMSTEAD 4 Beds, double storey, bics, f/f kitchen, 3x bathrooms, corner plot, secured, remote access R1 650 mil. PELICAN HEIGHTS 3 Beds double storey, f.f, modern kitchen, 2 x bathrooms, study, paved completely, plus separate entrance R1.7 mil. BEACON VALLEY 3 Bedroom, neat , standard on corner, R265 000

WOODLANDS : R 329 000 Ext Mais: 4 Beds,Lnge,Ext Fk,Mes,F/bath,2xc/ports, Near all amenities, 95 sq

FAIZAL : 081-818 7510

PELICAN HEIGHTS : R1.45 Mill

CRAWFORD :

GREAT FAMILY HOME

R1.45 Mill

Neat 3 bedroomed home with a spacious living area and a fully fitted kitchen, BIC in each bedroom, laminate wood flooring throughout the house, direct access from garage into main bedroom, with parking for 4 - 5 cars.

F/s : 3Beds(bic),Lnge,Ffk, F/bath,D/garage,Heated Pool,+M/Q :1Bed ,bath.403sq INGRID : 072-409 0559

D/Storey: 4Beds(1xbic),Lnge, D/rm,Ffk,F/bath,Mes,E/room ,T/v room,Garage x3cars ,G/Flat:2Beds,bath,K. 920sq INGRID : 072-409 0559

ROCKLANDS : R 379 000 ZEEKOEVLEI : R1.4 Million F/s : 3Beds(bic),Lnge,Mes, F/s : 2Beds(bic),Oplnge, Opffk,F/bath,Park x2cars, D/rm,Ffk,F/bath,Study,Garage, Jungle gym,Parking x 5 In quiet cul de sac.167sq cars,Garden. 495sq SHARON : 079-324 6442

SOLD SOLD

Plain areas.Own transport

office | fax: 021 371 5767 Email: borman@telkomsa.net

A company built on trust and Ethics Call Cecil on 082 372 3701 it's a call you won't regret

mailto: brett@sapropertylink.com Cell: 076 716 2958 www.sapropertylink.com

SHAMEEMA : 072-774 5252

Claremont Office : 021 - 673 1240 * ssho@sothebysrealtyss.co.za Each office is independently owned and operated.

AYOBA REAL ESTATE

M.E.C. REAL ESTATE & BUILDERS Spine Road, Mitchells Plain, 7798 Email: mecprop@telkomsa.net www.mecrealestate.co.za Contact Us on: 021 391 6780

WE WILL SELL YOUR HOME IN 30 DAYS. CALL US FOR A FREE VALUATION.

MONTCLAIR PORTLANDS 2Beds. F.F.Kitchen with Open Plan Lounge. Family Bathroom. Large 3Beds Carpeted, F/Kitchen, Free Standing, Burglar Bars all round, Safety Gate Corner Plot. High walls with gates & neat. Tugela-R420K Patio Door To Large Grounds.-Parkway- R440 K. PORTLANDS HANOVER PARK 3Beds. F/F Kitchen. Ext lounge. Fam bath room. Garage for 3 cars.  2 Beds, Aluminum Windows, O/P Kit & Lounge, Fam. Bath with Fully secured with Sliding gates. 5th Street-R420 K Shower, Tiled, L/Grounds, Very Neat, Garage, F/Encl - Grove Street R220 K. BAYVIEW 3Beds. Lounge with tiled flooring. Fam bathroom with shower. RENTALS Garage for PORTLANDS 4 cars.Sep/Entrance. Neat. Candian Street- R480 K 3 Beds. F/F Kitchen. Ext lounge. Fam/bath with shower. Garage for 4 cars. Fully secure With sliding gates. 5th Street – R4000 p/m THE WESTRIDGE 3Bed, F/Kitchen with Grantite tops, Bic in all 3Beds. Lounge and WE BUY AND SELL (ALL AREAS) rooms carpeted. Bathroom and kitchen tiled. B/Bars, Wooden Blinds, Aluminium windows throughout. Large grounds. EnclosedSyed Abdul Samat Street- R420K

OUR AGENTS @ YOUR SERVICE

GREENHILL VILLAGE 3Beds with Bic’s. Fitted kit. Lounge. Fam bath with shower. Enclosed entertainment area. Remote garage for 3 cars. Very neat. F/standing. Quiet area. Pomegranite Street R450- K TAFELSIG 3 Beds. Kitchen, Lounge , Fam Bathroom, Big grounds, Corner house Fully enclosed. Nadouwberg Crescent – R260 K

WE BUY & SELL PROPERTIES IN ALL AREAS

CRAIG ANDRE DALE

084 890 0885 072 936 7316 082 269 7096

SELMA EDRIES

073 096 8934 +083 861 8479

Shop 5, Westridge Shopping Centre 5 - 13, Simonsig Avenue Westridge, Mitchell’s Plain, TELE/FAX 021 391 1847 e-mail ayobarealestate@gmail.com

PORTLANDS RENTAL - R4000

3 BEDROOMS, LOUNGE/, KITCHEN WITH BICS, FULLY ENCLOSED PARKING FOR 1 CAR CLOSE TO PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOL. PORTLANDS - R550 000 A MUST TO VIEW

VERY VERY NEAT 3 BEDS 1 WITH BICS MAIN BED MES WITH CNR SPA BATH, LOUNGE, ULTRA MODERN KITCHEN FULLY FITTED, BATH/TOILET OVERHEAD SHOWER, TILED TROUGHOUT, GARAGE 5 MIN WALK TO TOWN CENTRE

ADIEL - 0788 333 601

ROCKLANDS R380 000

3 BEDS, BIG LOUNGE/DININGROOM, KITCHEN WITH LOTS OF BICS & STOVE,NOTTY PINE CEILING, DOWN LIGHTS, BRAAI AREA, GARAGE PARKS 2 CARS, FULLY ENCLOSED.

OLD WOODLANDS R280 000

WOODLANDS (CORNER HOUSE) R250 000

2 BEDROOMS, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, BATH/TOILET, FULLY ENCLOSED, 5 MINUTES WALK TO PRIMARY AND HIGH SCHOOLS 10 MINUTES FROM PUBLIC TRANSPORT.

ROCKLANDS R380 000

WESTRIDGE R440 000

WESTRIDGE R430 000 -

LENTEGEUR R300 000

WESTGATE VILLAS R380 000

EASTRIDGE GREEN HILL R420 000

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PORTLANDS R410 000

2 BEDS, KITCHEN WITH BICS, LAMINATED FLOORS, BATHROOM WITH CORNER BATH & SHOWER, SECURE PARKING, FULLY ENCLOSED

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A MUST TO VIEW - HOUSE ONLY 3 MONTHS OLD. 2 BEDROOM, OPEN-PLAN KITCHEN WITH CUPBOARDS, LOUNGE, TILED THROUGHOUT, ENLOSED PARKS 2 CARS, CLOSE TO WESTGATE MALL LUKE - 071 005 3361

SEARIDGE PARK R300 000

WESTRIDGE R360 000

OFFICE/AH: 081 078 9229 or find us on whatsapp: BB PIN: 20E52551

MEC PROP 19-02-13-ill

BLACKLISTED WELCOME

TERMS & CONDITIONS APPLY

“AGENTS NEEDED IN ALL AREAS CALL OUR OFFICE FOR A CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW”

R595 000 Negotiable OCTOPUS CRES. Freestanding 2 bedroom home move-in condition. Bedrooms has laminate floors & BIC’s ;FFK ; Lounge and kitchen is tiled with cladding on walls; Undercover braai and bar; carport for 3 cars; Neat & spacious backyard. To view ph Tania

R750 000 VIDAL RD. Adorable 3 bed family home, featuring a FFK; BIC’s; main bed with en-suite; laminated floors; Lounge leading to big entertainment/braai room with built-in bar; tandem garage; sought-after area. To view ph Theo

SAN REMO

NEW RELEASE

R650 000 Negotiable VIA APPIA RD. Spacious 3 bed facebrick home, offering separate lounge & diningroom areas; average size kitchen; very spacious main bedroom with huge en-suite; tandem garage leading to a huge backyard; To view ph Theo

ROCKLANDS

Modern 3 bed with bics, f/f kitch, lounge, bath, garage.

2 beds, f/f kitchen, lounge, f/bath, entertainment area, big grounds. Zelda 083 659 1429

on 517sq plot ,3 beds, 2 baths, lounge jetmaster & f/fitted kitchen. Riana 071 769 9258

NEW RELEASE

R380 000 Negotiable HEINKEL RD. Neat house in well sought after part of Rocklands; 3 Bedrooms; Fully tiled property with partially fitted kitchen and recently renovated bathroom. Cosy yard space, with parking for 2 cars. To view ph Erica

R495 000 Negotiable VIA APPIA RD. Excellent opportunity to enter into the market with this great starter home; 2 beds; tiled lounge and kitchen; modern bathroom; Huge 362m² plot close to public transport & Caltex garage; To view ph Theo

RONDEVLEI PARK

SAN REMO

R435 000 Negotiable MIDDLETON RD. Freestanding home offers 2 bedrooms with carpeted floors & BIC’s in main bedroom; Fitted kitchen with laminate flooring in lounge; family bathroom; Spacious plot; Ideal starter home; To view ph Bradley

3 beds home, f/f kitchen, lounge, dining room with large grounds and secure parking. Astrid 072 170 2087

Nicole 073 458 7063

Astrid 072 170 2087 Strandfontein – R499 000: 3 bedroom home with single garage. Morgan's Village – R230 000: Neat 2 bed maisonette with f/f kitch. Rocklands – R439 000; 3 beds, f/f kitchen, lounge & dining room, 2 x bathrooms, parking for 3 cars

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Disabled athletes race through Southern Cape LIAM MOSES

A GROUP OF 14 athletes from across the southern suburbs have returned from George after competing in one of South Africa’s largest sports events for disabled participants. The group took part in the Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge on Saturday and raced in the five or 10km fun events. It was the second time Manenberg resident Ivan Sidlayiya (44) competed in the event, of which, he says, the best part was socialising with fellow-competitors. “I like taking part in the Oteniqua Wheelchair Challenge because I get to meet other people who have disabilities,” says Sidlayiya. “If you can’t push yourself there are people who help you. It was nice to meet all those people who are also in wheelchairs.” About 2000 wheelchair athletes from South Africa, neighbouring Zimbabwe, and as far afield as Austria and Australia took part in the race. The 14 athletes are all affiliated to the Association for the Physically Disabled (APD) and were assisted through the association to compete in the event.

The event comprised a 42.2km and 21.1km event, which together offered a R220 000 prize incentive, while the APD atheletes took part in the five kilometre fun event or 10km race. APD deputy director Millinda Noemdo says the participants benefit more from the social aspects of the event than the physical one. “(The event is) mostly psychological and about social integration,” says Nomdoe. The event offers disabled competitors a chance to compete with like-minded individuals and to show them that they have “potential and ability” to take part. “They will gain some confidence. It’s all about ‘I can’, as in ‘I can be involved’ and ‘I can enjoy myself despite my disability’.” This is the fourth team APD has sent to the race. Belinda Lewendal, an employment social worker at the APD, says the organisation would usually have sent more athletes. “There would have been more people going, but one of our vans was stolen. We had to reduce the number of people,” says Lewendal. For more information about the Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge visit www.georgeocc.co.za.

READY, SET, GO! Some of the more serious racers line up at the start of the 2013 Outeniqua Wheelchair Challenge. Several southern suburbs athletes took part in the race this year. Photo: Supplied

Crosscourt action in Athlone LIAM MOSES

SERVING THE COMMUNITY: The founders of the Mixim Squash Club in Belgravia hope to grow the sport across the Cape Flats. They are; (left­right) Nathier Price, Naseebah Jappie, Irafaan Abrahams, Ashraf Jappie and Shaheen Jacobs.

A GROUP of squash lovers have set out to revive the sport in Cape Town’s previously disadvantaged areas after forming a club in Athlone. The Mixim Squash Club was formed last month will be based at the Mixim Squash and Recreation Centre in Asar Mini Mall, Belgravia. Chairperson Natheer Price says Mixim aims to change the sport’s reputation as an expensive or elitist sport, and raise awareness on the Cape Flats. “If you go into Mitchell’s Plain, Bontehuewel or Manenberg and ask someone if they know of anyone who plays squash, their reaction is probably going to be ‘what is squash,’” says Price. “We want to develop or create awareness of the sport in the community. It’s a sport that is unseen in the media and is becoming a thing of the past. We are trying to uplift the sport in this community, and also develop it in local schools, like Belgravia High and Alexander Sinton.” Price adds the only other players, he knows of, in Athlone and surrounding areas either don’t play competitively or leave the area to play for clubs in wealthier areas. The club currently has around 20 members, one of whom is Mitchell’s Plain teacher and community worker Irafaan Abrahams. Abrahams, who grew up in Athlone and played at the courts as a teenager, says the courts helped grow the game during apart-

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Keeping in the ball rolling MORE than 5 000 children from across Cape Town achieved their goal of continuously playing ball sports for 50 hours in the seventh annual Kellogg’s Health of the Nation 50-Hour Sports Challenge at the weekend. The event aims to keep at least one ball rolling for the period and saw the children involved 15 different indoor and outdoor sports – including cricket, tennis, hockey, rounders (a form of baseball), table tennis, badminton, netball, soccer, rope skipping,

athletics and touch rugby. The challenge took place at the Western Cape Sports School in Kuils River from Friday 15 to Sunday 17 February. Many of the children participating in the event were from areas in the southern suburbs, including Grassy Park, Steenberg and Mitchell’s Plain. The 50-hour Sports Challenge aims to raise awareness around the importance of exercise and living a healthy lifestyle amongst South Africa’s youth.

COMING THROUGH: Milano United’s Keanan Thomas reaches for the ball ahead of Polokwane City defender Million Mkhabela in his side’s 0­1 defeat. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

HOT STEPPER: Mitch Klein (12), of Mitchell’s Plain, runs through some drills during a rugby practice session at the Challenge. Photo: Supplied

‘Black and Yellow’ ambushed at home LIAM MOSES

MILANO UNITED slumped to a shock 0-1 defeat against stragglers Polokwane City in a National First Division match at Rooikrans this weekend.

BIG HITTER: Mitchell’s Plain resident Renaldo Rex gets ready to despatch a delivery during a game of cricket. Photo: Supplied

The Grassy Park side went into the game in third place on the table, with their opponents languishing in third last. Milano started the second-half of their season with a comfortable 2-0 win over Thanda Royal Zulu in the Nedbank Cup on Wednesday and were favourites to take three points on Saturday. And although the match seemed to be going as planned, with the home side dominating the play, it was Polokwane who took the lead in the 20th minute. The visitors launched a counter-attack after rebuffing yet another Milano surge and Tlolane Puleng made no mistake, beating goalkeeper Sherwyn Naiker from the edge of the box. Trailing 0-1, however, didn’t deter the hosts as they continued to commit numbers on attack and hold a high defensive line when in possession. United looked particularly threatening in

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VOB plans to pull out all the stops LIAM MOSES

BASEBALL supporters and players have been promised a “tournament to remember” by the hosts of the upcoming South African Baseball Union Inter-regional Tournament (IRT). The tournament will be hosted by VOB Baseball Club, with the assistance of Lansdowne Eagles and Battswood baseball clubs, at the Chucker Road Sports Complex from Saturday 30 March to Saturday 6 April. Kevin Johnson, chairperson of VOB, says the club and local organising committee (LOC) will be hoping to succeed where past tournaments have failed. “We are trying to make this memorable because, generally, the tournaments (have not been) memorable. It is done because it has to be done,” he says. “I have played at national and international level. So I want something that the players are going to remember.” Johnson adds many of the past tournaments have not had individual awards after the completion of the event. He says entrance for spectators was free, despite the fact that many players had spent large amounts of money to participate in the tournament. This year will also be the first time in the tournament’s history that the junior and senior events are taking place in the same week. In previous seasons the tournaments were separated by as much as a month, meaning players or officials involved in both senior and junior teams

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48 MONTHS TO PAY! NO DEPOSIT! • NO DRIVER’S LICENCE NEEDED

306 Halt Road, Elsies River Tel: Office Hours 021 932 4105/6 BP

BP Gas

We sell gas

• Hanief 082 755 6416 • Fatima 082 400 4004 • Osman 076 585 8480 • Sam 083 662 3651

* We buy & sell used cars & bakkies * Reasonable low prices * Consignment cars welcome * Roadworthy & Reg (optional) * Trade-ins welcome

1998 HYUNDAI ELANTRA 1.6 GL

SHORTCUT: Grassy Park’s Jean­Marc Johannes decides against using the stairs dur­ ing the Hunter’s Extreme Ultimate X. The event was hosted in the V&A Waterfront on Saturday and more than 5 000 people attended. Louis Taulbert beat Johannes to the top prize in the skate section. Photo: Pierre Marqua

R65 000

1998 TOYOTA COROLLA 180i

R16 500

1993 MAZDA 323

R59 995

R39 995

White, A/C, P/S, E/W, tow bar + frt. Loader

White, neat with A/C, frt. Loader + P/S

Red, Running cond.

Silver, A/C, E/W, P/S, mags + frt. Loader

1996 HONDA BALLADE 160i

1999 CORSA BAKKIE 1.7 DIESEL

R19 995

R19 995

R19 995

R49 995

R29 995

1989 FORD LASER 1.4L

1994 Honda Ballade 150

1991 FIAT UNO 1.1

1999 VW POLO PLAYA 1.8i

1994 OPEL KADETT 160iS

White, Canopy, T/bar, Good Cond.

Blue, A/C, P/S, frt. Loader & good runner Blue, clean & nippy with tow bar Green, Running Cond. White, neat with epoxy mags & & tow bar White, economical little car with mags Apply online at www.janjiramotorcity.co.za NO DEPOSIT, NO LICENCE NEEDED • WE NEED ID, PAYSLIP, 3 MONTHS BANK STATEMENTS & PROOF OF ADDRESS

DART MOTORS

130 SIR LOWRY ROAD WOODSTOCK R13 995 R79 995 R79 995 R45 995 VERY NEAT

LIMITED EDITION

4X4, READY FOR THE OUTDOORS

DRIVE AWAY BARGAIN

021 465 2675 R59 995 R119 995 READY TO DELIVER

ECONOMICAL, NICE ONE

2002 TOYOTA STALLION 1.8

2008 FORD RANGER 2.5 Tdi D/CAB

R17 995

R19 995

1995 FIAT UNO PACER

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OUR

FANTASTIC VALUE

1998 BMW 328i

2007 PEUGEOT 207 GT

1997 TOYOTA HI-LUX 2.4 D/CAB 1987 TOYOTA COROLLA 1.66L

Dep: R43 000 & R1 530 x 36 Total: R98 080

Dep: R43 000 & R1 530 x 36 Total: R98 080

FINANCE AVAILABLE

R89 995

R95 995

R36 995

R36 995

2001 TOYOTA CONDOR 2.4 TE

2006 TOYOTA COROLLA 160i GLE

Dep: R21 500 & R1 084 x 36 Total: R60 524

GREAT FOR THE FAMILY

IMMACULATE, FSH

POPULAR & ECONOMICAL

COMPLETELY REDONE

Dep: R28 000 & R1 352 x 36 Total: R76 672

A/T, FANTASTIC PRICE

Dep: R62 000 & R 2 279 x 36 Total: R144 044

A/T, VERY RELIABLE

R19 995 Dep: R9 000 & R988 x 15 Total: R23 820

PAY DIRECTLY TO US WHY WAIT? 17% INTEREST!

Dep: R48 000 & R1 708 x 36 Total: R109 488

Dep: R57 000 & R1 815 x 36 Total: R122 340

2001 DAIHATSU CUORE 1.0

Dep: R16 800 & R1 066 x 30 Total: R48 780

1993 VW CITI-SHUTTLE 1.0

Dep: R16 800 & R1 066 x 30 Total: R48 780

Interest & Service charges are included in the monthly instalments

1991 NISSAN SKYLINE 2.0 GL

Dep: R8 800 & R1 033 x 12 Total: R21 196

1991 M/BENZ 260 E

Dep: R9 000 & R988 x 15 Total: R23 820

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