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ITCHELL’S Plain is a unique community and this year has been filled with excitement, drama and controversy. People’s Post takes a look at the year, which started with the death of a Tafelsig dad, Sharief van Wyk, who drowned at Strand beach. (Family grief-stricken after Tafelsig dad drowns in Strand, 13 January). Meanwhile, CPF chairperson Ismail Chothia was cleared of fraud allegations after complaints against him by his ex-fiancée. (CPF head cleared of fraud allegations, 18 January) In February, Westridge residents pleaded with police to intervene after a spate of gang-related shootings. (Shootings spark gang war fears, 1 February). However, station commissioner Brigadier Johan Brand said there had been no shootings except for one reported to police on Monday 24 January (Westridge under siege, 8 February) In Strandfontein, the mystery of who gave the instruction to sell a controversial piece of vacant land for a housing development was cleared up. Residents were informed that a verbal instruction to dispose of the land was given by Marius Fransman, MEC for Public Works and Transport at the time of the sale. Stanfield said: “The person who received this instruction was Henry Isaacs, who was the head of the property management department. (Strandfontein land sale ‘unlawful’, 22 February) In March, the lack of traffic police personnel came under fire after a spate of accidents in Mitchell’s

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ter three people were shot. (Weekend of violence, 12 July) In August, all structures falling under the umbrella of the CPF were empowered following a workshop which aimed to strengthen the function of the CPF. (Structures empowered, 2 August) Following the workshop, leaders of the Mitchell’s Plain Neighbourhood Watch Association (MPNWA) were suspended in an investigation into allegations of fraud and theft of funds within neighbourhood watches. (Neighbourhood watch members investigated, 30 August) With the start of spring, the Western Cape High Court ordered a criminal investigation into invasion of land on Swartklip Sports Field and Kapteinsklip Railway Station in Tafelsig earlier this year. (Evicted, 6 September) In October, the last of the remaining families living on vacant land were removed by the Anti-Land Invasion Unit. (Empty land, broken hearts, 4 October) Later, the MPNWA was disbanded by the Provincial CPF board after allegations of fraud and theft of funds. (Watch groups in shambles, 18 October) November started out violently

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POIL someone this Christmas and buy them something in African silk that has been locally made and will positively impact South Africa’s job creation agenda. The silk can be bought from Tsakani House, which was the first silk producing and manufacturing company in South Africa. The company pioneered the concept of African silk and launched the first silk duvet in 1994. The Tsakani product range includes both wild and cultivated silk products. “The silks are hand spun, woven, dyed, painted and unique in character, unlike silk produced elsewhere in the world,” says Moeka Ellis, the owner of Tsakani House. “Wild African silk is derived from the Gonometa Postica, a species endemic to the desert regions of Southern Africa. The cocoons are harvested in Acacia veld of the Kalahari. The silk is fawn coloured, textured with a soft sheen.” Their product range includes cotton on silk duvets, silk on silk duvets, summer silk quilts, silk pillows, silk bed linen, silk blankets, silk clothing, hand woven silk scarves and stoles, hand woven silk décor products, hand painted silk accessories and silk teddy bears. Tsakani House has appeared and received recognition for its products in several national and local publications and TV programmes as well as receiving the 2009 National Craft Award for excellence in textiles. Ellis says Tsakani House started the business with three full time workers and 16 part time crafts people and has since grown. She says challenges faced include the economic downturn, which influenced their turnover negatively. “The support of our existing client base is

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Greasy problem costing the city SMOOTH: Spoil someone this Christmas and buy them something in African silk that has been locally made. Photo: Supplied very crucial to maintaining a steady income,” she says. “New clients are becoming fewer, as Tsakani is a niche brand in silk products and appeals to upper income groups and the tourist trade.” The business chose to become a Proudly South African member because it felt it was bringing a unique South Africa product profile to Proudly South African. “South African crafts people operate on the fringes of our economy and Tsakani strives to bring them into the fold by creating work opportunities and thus gets to showcase their talent.” She urged people to follow their dreams. “South Africans can do it for themselves. We have the talent and the creativity to produce world class products, so buy proudly.” Regarding job creation, sshe said: “We have so much untapped talent. Reinstate the textile/clothing manufacturing to South Africa – we cannot compete with cheap Asian imports, which are destroying our textile industry and valuable jobs.”

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Water and Sanitation Department appeals to businesses to assist in reducing or eradicating these problems by: . Ensuring that all foreign objects are disposed of in refuse bins/skips. . Scraping leftovers into a refuse bin before washing the plates, pans and utensils. . Arranging that oil be collected by a licensed waste contractor and keeping disposal certificates handy for at least two years for inspection purposes. . Installing grease traps in all premises engaged in the cooking and preparation of food for other persons. This can be discussed with Water Pollution Control inspectors. . Regularly maintaining grease traps and related equipment. Businesses are also requested to assist by reporting broken/missing gully grids, rodding eyes and manhole covers to the call centre below. For more information and complaints contact the call centre on 0860 10 30 89 or sms 31373 or email waterTOC@capetown.gov.za For all industrial effluent discharge-related problems or advice, call the Water Pollution Control Inspectorate on (021) 684-1042/76.

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Spread the sharing and caring CAPE TOWN’S Biggest Christmas Fair, in association with Gift of the Giver’s Charity, takes place at the Good Hope Centre in Cape Town from now until Friday 23 December. The event which aims to spread the spirit of sharing and caring, is the uniting of more than 200 talents, crafts, products and tastes of Cape Town – all under one roof. A one-stop shopper’s paradise, the fair offers quality products at affordable prices and a host of prizes is up for grabs. In the true spirit of sharing and caring, the “Make a Difference” campaign will offer pocket relief to eight customers and make a difference to the end of their 2011 or boost the start of their 2012. Every day, for the duration of the event,

Point your little toes Boys and girls aged six or seven are required for the ICB training programme at Dance For All – a non-profit organisation in Athlone. Childen over eight who have not done ballet before may only join the

one lucky customer can win R5 000. There will be plenty more on offer including: • Free entry to the first 100 customers. • Pensioners and children under 12 enter free. • Specials and discounts offered by all vendors. Hourly competitions throughout the day. • Take a picture with Santa and receive a free toy. • Kid’s Corner offering a variety of children’s entertainment. • Take a refreshing break at the Tea Garden. A percentage of all door proceeds will be donated to the Gift of The Giver’s Charity. For more details, call (021) 703-1868 or visit www.capetownsbiggestchristmasfair.co.za.

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Tuesday 20 December 2011

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 3

‘Negligence the cause of most fires’ MELISSA PAPIER

THE ward councillor for Tafelsig has raised concern about the increase in residential fires in the area that have left many people displaced and without a home. Councillor Sheval Arendse told People’s Post that in the last two months six residential fires had broken out in Eastridge and Tafelsig, mostly caused by the residents’ own negligence. “Mitchell’s Plain has seen a rise of house fires. In one month, three houses caught alight in Eastridge and Tafelsig. The boarders were burning copper wires. Two vehicles were destroyed and a home was partly destroyed, leaving seven people displaced,” says Arendse. He added that in Lost City, Tafelsig, in November, 15 shacks were destroyed, a number of cars were burnt out and about 50 people displaced, including eight babies. So far in this month there had been four incidents: On Friday 9 December, a fire broke out in Steve Biko Drive, near Khayelitsha, which

affected parts of Swartklip Road as well. On Monday 12 December, a dwelling burnt in Moira Street, Tafelsig. On Tuesday 13 December another fire occurred in Rockies Circle, Tafelsig. The latest fire occurred on 18 December at Helen Close, Lost City. Six people were displaced. Three wendy houses burnt down and some houses partly damaged. “It’s that time of year when our children are at home and we need to teach them not to play with lighters or matches. Children are often the cause and victims of fires, and should not be allowed access to matches or cigarette lighters. “Don’t leave electrical appliances unattended. If you are leaving for just a minute, turn off the appliances. Doing this simple step will prevent one of the most common situations that causes house fires,” he says. To assist the fire departments, residents need to provide an accurate address of where the fire is with the nearest cross-road or land-mark. “This will help the fire and rescue service to get to you sooner.” For all emergencies call 107 from a normal landline or (021) 487-7700 from a cellphone.

Book donations sought WOLA Nani is seeking donations of books, CDs and DVDs for its new pop-up store at Cavendish Square over the festive season. Drop off your books at the shop on the ground floor (next to Mugg and Bean) or call Mark on 083 342 2261. The store also sells a variety of Wola Nani’s signature craftwork, including paper mache homeware and fashion accessories made by the women of the Income Genera-

tion programme. Wola Nani, which is Xhosa for “embrace”, was established in 1994. The NGO operates a variety of programmes to support women, orphans and vulnerable children infected and affected by HIV/Aids. For further enquiries, to volunteer your services or to donate books, CDs and DVDs, please contact Mark on 083 342 2261 or mark@wellreadbooks.com

REVAMPED: Joy’s Special Educare Centre in Tafelsig was the lucky recipient of a community project which benefited from an art and furniture sale hosted by Media24. The centre cares for local children with multiple disabilities, with seven staff members feeding and taking care of them daily. The money raised by the Media24 sale went towards the centre’s running costs. Essential supplies, such as nappies and toiletries, were bought, the centre was paint­ ed inside and furniture was bought for the reception area as well as a new washing machine. Lauren Floris, a staff member at the centre is pictured with some children in the freshly painted centre. Photo: Supplied

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Two new branches for bank NEDBANK has opened two new personal loans branches in Wynberg and Mitchell's Plain. The new branches in Main Street, Wynberg, and Sonata Lane, Mitchell’s Plain, will offer loans from R1 000 for clients who earn a minimum of R1 200 per month. According to Sarel Rudd, managing executive of Nedbank Personal Loans, offerings at the banks are tailor-made to provide consumers with much-needed financial support during times of unforeseen circumstances and to fund future needs such as paying for school fees and improving their lifestyles. “It is important to ensure that our lending policy and processes are underpinned by world

class risk management practices that support responsible lending,” said Rudd. “Nedbank continues to invest in various programmes to promote financial wellbeing to empower our clients to manage their finances wisely and start building a better life.” Both branches opened on Tuesday 13 December and to mark the occasion, Nedbank handed toiletry hampers to the Beitul-Aman Old Age Home in Wynberg and Baitul Ansaar Child Care in Mitchell’s Plain. Rudd said Nedbank was looking forward to contributing to the communities of Mitchell’s Plain and Wynberg. “We are very excited about this latest addition of the Nedbank Mitchell’s Plain and Wynberg Personal Loans Branches. We look forward to making things happen together,” said Rudd.

Tuesday 20 December 2011 EXCELLENT WORK: Councillor Shevel Arendse (left) con­ gradulates overall win­ ner Jayson George. With them is Dr Wilmot James. Photos: Supplied

MOST IM­ PROVED: Pastor Charles Aleander (left) with Pearl Minnaar, who was awarded Most Improved Learner, with her tutor Ricardo Lameyer.

Study group reaps rewards

DONATION: Hajira Dollie (left), from Wynberg Personal Loans, and Ashton Coopoosamy (right), manag­ er of the branch, present the donations to Frima Sonday and Zulfaa Hassen of Beit­Ul­Aman Old Age Home, Photo: Supplied

CHAIRPERSON of the Democratic Alliance Dr Wilmot James attended the annual prize-giving of AK Snapshots study group, and congratulated pupils on their achievements. The event took place last Monday at Canal Walk. Also present were Councillor Sheval Arendse, Shaun Hendricks, Ricardo Lameyer, Gavin von Willigh and Jere-

mia Pietersen, pastors and tutors. The pupils were rewarded with certificates, cellphones sponsored by Cell C, and USB internet sticks. Overall winner was Jayson George, who walked away with R3 000. Some learners won a holiday to the Free State. Better prizes for next year were promised, to encourage pupils to do even better. Parents who want their children to participate next year can contact the group leader on 082 253 6575. Weekly research and study facilities are available for the study group. Children from grade 4-12 are welcome.

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THE Mitchell’s Plain police reported a “quiet” long weekend, with 71 arrests for drug possession.

Meanwhile, last Wednesday, two men were shot and killed while standing outside a house in Lindsay Street, Eastridge. The police arrested a 28-yearold man in connection with the shooting yesterday. He will appear in court on Wednesday. Voegt says at 22:00, the police received a complaint of a shooting incident in Lindsay Street. “At the scene officers discovered two men lying in the street with multiple bullet wounds to their bodies. Both men, aged 25 and 27, were declared dead at the scene,” Voegt says. It is alleged that both men were standing in front of a house in Lindsay Street when a suspect approached them on foot and fired several shots. “At this stage the motive for the murder is unknown. No one has as yet been arrested. However, the suspect is known.” Anyone with information can call Warrant Officer Trevor Nash on (021) 370-1764 or 082 777 7906.

Constable Jerome Voegt, spokesperson for Mitchell’s Plain Police, said on Thursday afternoon police received a tipoff about drugs being stored at a house in Rambler Street, Beacon Valley. Officers searched the house and found 400 mandrax tablets and 100 packets of tik with an estimated street value of R17 000. A 20-year-old man was arrested. On Saturday afternoon, officers received information of drug dealing at a house in Korfbal Street, Beacon Valley. “During the search members discovered 152 units of heroin hidden inside the house. Two suspects aged 18 and 19 were arrested. The next day in Wallflower Street, Lentegeur, officers stopped and searched a man and found 60 units of heroin and 30 small packets of tik,” says Voegt.

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MITCHELL’S Plain police have nabbed 23 suspects for various crimes in a two-day crime blitz operation, confiscating drugs and illegal firearms. On Tuesday morning at 11:30 officers raided a house in Lindsay Street, Eastridge, following a tip-off about drug dealing at the premises. They found 25 packets of tik and an undisclosed amount of money. Spokesperson for Mitchell’s Plain police station Constable Jerome Voegt says seven suspects between the ages of 21 and 35 were arrested. In a separate incident, the same day, officers raided a house in Badminton Street, Beacon Valley, where firearms and ammunition was being stored. “The police raided the house after receiving a tip-off. At the house officers found a 7.65 pistol and 152 calibres of live ammunition. A 27-yearold woman was arrested. The woman faces charges of possession of a firearm without a licence and illegal possession of ammunition,” says Voegt. Minutes later in Swemmer Street, Beacon Valley at 14:00 officers stopped and searched a man in the street, while doing patrols. “During the search officers confiscated a 303 hunting riffle and 10 live rounds of ammunition. A 19-year-ol man was arrested.” Voegt thanked the community for their role in assisting the police to fight crime. He urged residents to no-

tify their sector commander and subforum if they notice criminal activities in their area. Meanwhile, the police are urging the community to safeguard their money during the festive season. “During the festive season, and especially during the middle of December it is a known fact that members of the public are in possession of greater amounts of cash than other periods due to annual bonuses, savings that are withdrawn and stokvel (savings clubs) monies that are divided amongst members. Factory and building staff are usually also paid their wages, and because it is normal to adopt the festive moods associated with the season, one can easily lose focus and neglect personal security, all aspects well known to the common criminal,” he says. The police would like to warn the public to be vigilant at all times, and to protect their hard earned money by applying basic security measures. Be alert when leaving a bank, and ensure that you are not followed. Be aware of your surroundings. People participating in stokvels are encouraged to exercise caution when handling large sums, and to make additional security arrangements. Contact your local police station if you need any assistance with advice on how to protect yourself in this regard. The following hints could be useful when making cash withdrawals.

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Holiday fun at GrandWest GRANDWEST will host a series of activities to keep young minds busy during the school holidays.

sign a special party package for them. For more information about ice skating sessions, snowman building competitions and other promotions, contact the Ice Station on (021) 535-2260. After playing on the ice, children can relax at the six- screen Nu Metro cinema complex. For the line-up of the latest blockbuster films and screening times, call Nu Metro on (021) 5340250 or book online at www.numetro.co.za.

Children can immerse themselves in a world of fun and fantasy, safe from the elements in an area set apart from the casino. The coolest place at GrandWest is the Ice Station, where youngsters can choose between a mini-rink and the large Olympic-sized ice rink. And if they’re celebrating a birthday the Ice Station will de-

At The Magic Company, children will encounter all the fun of the fair. The Magic Castle is a recreation of Cape Town’s in the 17th century and in this fantasy setting youngsters can test-drive the simulator games and test their skills at the indoor Grand Prix race track, or at the outdoor gokart track (a minimum height qualification of 1,5m applies). Other options include roller coaster, bumper cars, carousel horses or a Jumping Jack ride.

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THANKFUL: Recently the Little Green Dolphins Educare treated a group of underprivileged children from the area to a warm meal, sponsored by the educare’s soup kitch­ en. The lunch was held at the educare in Colorado Park.

GOOD FOOD: Some of the kids enjoying their meal.

ALL SMILES: The Salwary’s Feeding scheme held a Christmas party for over 300 children from Heinz Park, treating them to a delicious meal, a gift and a goody bag. Photos: Supplied

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IFT of the Givers Cape Town recently hosted its third annual Children’s Day, which saw over 2 000 children from across Cape Town being spoilt with gifts and a delicious meal. The event was held at the Swartklip Indoor Sports Complex on Tuesday. Children were transported from Kraaifontein, Gugulethu, Suburban Delft, Blikkiesdorp, Delft, Bonteheuwel, Strandfontein and Tafelsig. The day was filled with entertainment, with a surprise visit from Tracey Bodington, a female snake trainer in Cape Town, with her friendly snakes.

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VERYTHING seems to be in place for the 2012 Annual Minstrel Competition at Athlone Stadium on Monday 2 January. According to the Cape Town Minstrel Carnival Association (CTMCA), three leagues will be on show, with each troupe competing in various events. Kevin Momberg, chief executive officer for the CTMCA, explained that events such as Road March, Best Dress and Board and also the judging for Best Senior and Junior Drum Major will be taking place. There will also be some action on stage, with English and Afrikaans Combine Chorus, Afrikaanse Moppie and Juvenile Sentimental items all on show. “Teams will be in various places, performing various items at the same time, so we have an action-packed day this year and we all are looking forward to it,” says Momberg. The CTMCA consists of three leagues, namely Super League, Premier League and First Division. Some of the top names in the Super League are the Pennsylvanian Crooning Minstrels, Die Burger’s Happy Boys, Santam District Six Entertainers and Salt River Crooners. Councillor Grant Pascoe, May-

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Fun actvities at library JOIN in the fun at your local library this holiday season as the City Library and Information Services Department once again hosts its annual holiday programme. It will be offering various activities at selected libraries during December and January. Activities include puppet shows, arts and craft, storytelling, DVD screenings, competitions, puzzles, games and face-painting, amongst others. The following libraries will host holiday programmes:

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Here’s to you YESTERDAY we put the last People’s Post edition for 2011 to bed, and as we did so we reflected on how we covered community news over the past year. Community newspapers play a vital role in the global news arena; providing a platform to the voiceless thousands with scant chance of seeing their stories in the mainstream press. We asked ourselves many questions. Did we listen well enough? Did we acknowledge and powerfully convey our readers’ concerns? Did we consistently produce quality content? Are we worthy of the praise lavished on us by our loyal readers who describe our papers as “edgy”, “quality”, “preferred”, “the paper of choice”? Though hard to swallow at times, critical analysis is essential in our quest for excellence in journalism. In our business – the business of news – criticism or constructive feedback is as much of a factor as deadlines. Each week we hold our papers up to scrutiny and as we wind up this year, we have already begun developing our editorial vision for next year, and pinned down our strategy to elevate our papers and enhance our brand in a highly competitive playing field. Unlike other industries, the media does not wind down this time of the year. In fact, the opposite holds true as our last working day yesterday was one of writing, planning, layout and meeting production deadlines – with a little “breaking up” party thrown in. It’s easy for journalists to switch off their computers, but not as easy to switch off our creative buzz. Our three-week holiday may be just the trick, and is certainly welcomed by us. As we make our mental transition from hardworking journalists to holidaymakers, we wish all our readers and valued advertisers a blessed Christmas and prosperous new year. Have a wonderful, safe holiday. We look forward to serving you well in 2012.

Your SMSes What’s good for the goose... WE are trying to get really harsh on certain types of criminals, and we are now charging perpetrators with murder if they drive into another person and that person dies. There were suggestions of charging perpetrators with sabotage for stealing cables from Eskom and Metrorail. Many are considering even harsher sentences for errant drivers and we applaud all measures to eradicate the carnage on our

roads. But what is good for the goose is just as good for the gander. Those guilty of corruption involving millions upon millions of rands of our state’s monies should be charged with treason, with harsh jail sentences, because what is applicable to us normal citizens must also apply to our officials. Nobody is above the law. KEITH ALFRED ADOLPH BLAKE

Looking for granddaughter I am longing to find my granddaughter, Patricia Moss. I would appreciate it if anyone could provide me with her contact details and whereabouts. She was last seen and lived in Tafelsig, Mitchells Plain. Her father is Patrick

Koeries from Atlantis. I would honestly appreciate it if anyone could provide me with any useful information in connection with my granddaughter. V ABRAHAMS Saxonsea, Atlantis

To a wonderful, special woman IN response to Megan Sampson’s letter in People’s Post of 22 November. The letter caught my eye because I am looking for that perfect woman. Everything she wrote about is what I am searching for. I am not a man of many words; I just want to be loved for who I am.

I’m not materialistic; I just want to be treated with dignity and respect and I would love that special girl for who she is. My name is Sheldon Japhta. I live in Strandfontein and my contact number is 078 227 7277. SHELDON JAPHTA Strandfontein

Local thoughts . Every week we read about crime and drug operations in the various areas of Mitchell’s Plain, but what about Bayview, San Remo and Strandfontein Village? Sha . Life is all about choices. I choose to spend my hardearned salary at a place where the service is worth it and where we as the customers don’t have to be subjected to the ill-mannered cashiers at certain supermarkets. I will rather take my money to another mall. In response . I am happy to know there are people who think Bennie Kies should be honoured. There are also others who were of great inspiration to their students and who fought against apartheid. Please don’t forget banned teachers like Alie Fataar (Livingstone High), Cosmo Pieterse (Trafalgar High), Edgar Maurice (Harold Cressy High), Agmat Osman (Oaklands High, Zon-

nebloem High) and Bernadine Abrahams (Pieterse). . Why change street names? Is this “affirmative damage”? The names of streets, places, towns, cities and airports are part of the history of South Africa. Do Africans really think that by changing a name (to something which we can’t even pronounce) changes a country? Rather spend more on the poor and take the country out of turmoil. . Can the police/neighbourhood watches patrol schools as well so that children return to undamaged schools? S Brown . I was saddened to read the letter from the wife of a legend. Brian Gaffney really reported on the great sport legends of yesterday. Who will take over from a legend? . I think it was insensitive and disrespectful of People’s Post not to introduce the mother of the baby at Groote Schuur’s maternity area in an article. Your interests were the doctors and Foschi-

Is this your dog? WE have found a lost husky. We know what it is like losing a thoroughbred dog as we have been through the

ni. MK in Pinelands Just a thought . Laugh when you can, apologise when you should and let go of what you can’t change. Kiss slowly, play hard, forgive quickly, take chances, give everything and have no regrets. Life is too short to be anything but happy! Happy holidays to everyone! Melvina Barlow . I am another dissatisfied DSTV viewer. They play the same movies over and over – not to mention the technical problems! I am thinking of changing to TopTV. Viewer 3 . We don’t need the army, we need to pray. Our God can help as there’s power in prayer, whether you’re Moslem or Christian. . Men cheat most of the time? Have they all suddenly turned gay? Are they not cheating with another woman? . Just a laugh: Parliament has been renamed Furniture City because there’s a Lazyboy in each office!

experience ourselves. Please give a description and details of the dog. I can be contacted on 073 355 3138. JOE PILLAY Strandfontein


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Seniors spoilt at Christmas lunch WARD 79 councillor Solomon Philander treated seniors from his ward to a lavish lunch on Wednesday to kick-start the festive season. About 150 seniors from various senior clubs were invited to attend the event at Westridge Civic Centre. The guests were treated to a delicious meal and sweet delicacies and were entertained by local guest artists.

HAVING FUN: Pictured from left: Anna and David Geduld, Veronica Snyders, Lorna Karele and Ellenor Small. Photos: Melissa Papier

Summer holiday fun in Lost City THE Oaks of Righteousness Foundation hosted a holiday programme in Tafelsig which keep children from the area busy and away from criminal activities. The programme was hosted in partnership with Light the Way Youth Centre and the ACSA, which provided financial assistance.

REWARDED: Kids were awarded certificates for participating in the programme.

HEAD COUNT: A volunteer com­ piles a list of all the children at­ tending the event.

GOOD FOOD: Chil­ dren were treated to hotdogs and other snacks at the holiday programme. Photos:Supplied

THANKFUL: Councillor Solomon Philander (centre) with some of the guests.

GOOD FRIENDS: Jerry Witbooi (left), Es­ trelita Lewin and Muneebah Ilays had a great time.

Angels visit Cascade Primary School CASCADE Primary School in Tafelsig recently invited friends from Heaven’s Shelter Angels to enjoy a Christmas meal. The day was filled with song, music, a Christmas play, carols, gifts, laughter, and many blessings. A delicious meal and various delicacies were served. Anyone who wants to assist the shelter in any way can call (021) 371-6980.

HAVING FUN: Chil­ dren from Heaven’s Shelter enjoyed a good day out.

FUN TIMES: Cascade Pri­ mary School opened up their hearts to the less fortunate. Pictured are some of the staff enter­ taining the guests. CARING: A teacher shares a moment with some of the spe­ cial guests at the Christ­ mas lunch.Pho­ to: Supplied


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Tuesday 20 December 2011

Lentegeur treat for seniors and kids

DID YOU KNOW that before the first spacecraft arrived at Mars in 1965, nobody had ever seen Mars up close. Dark blotches on the surface of the Red Planet were interpreted as lakes or oceans, and some people even thought they could seen dark

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 17 lines crisscrossing the surface of the planet. They imagined these might be the irrigation canals of a dying civilization. It turned out these were just an optical illusion, and Mars is a dry, dusty desert – www.universetoday.com

THE Lobelia Community Centre held its first function for the seniors and children of the community, when seniors and children were treated to lunch and each receiving a goodie bag. Ikbal Salwary, a community leader, handed out gift bags and tracksuits to over 200 children and seniors. The community also launched the Lobelia Community Forum, to address issues like crime, drugs, unemployment, poverty, education and general improvement of the community, says chairperson Evelyn Toefy. “We do not need to accept a life of poverty, but must strive to improve our situation by being smart and giving our children a chance to succeed in life,” she says. The seniors were entertained by the Hot Teenage Band and Urban Sound Brass Band from the community. The forum thanked all the teenage volunteers for helping to make it a special day: “We are humbled by your willingness to support our seniors and children. We salute you, and wish all our people would open their hearts and purses to support our communities.”

GREAT GIFTS: Ikbal Salwary (left) hands over a gift to one of the seniors at the event.Pho­ tos:Supplied

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GOOD FOOD: The seniors enjoyed a delicious meal.

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Carpentry

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Houses to Let

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Painting

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Tuesday 20 December 2011

People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 21

‘Tallest man on earth’ in SA KRISTIAN MATSSON, the Swedish singer songwriter, is a soft-spoken guy who stands somewhere around1,6m tall. But on stage, he’s known as “The Tallest Man on Earth”, a name he’s earned with his “unforgettable live performances and one of the boldest, most captivating voices around”.

SHHH.... HAVE YOU HEARD?: Mango Groove will be performing live at the Old Mutual Summer Sunset Concerts at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on New Year`s Day, Sunday 1 January. The concert will kick off at 17:00 and gates open at 16:00. Adults pay R100, youths (6­21) with ID pay R75 and Botanical Society Members with a card pay R90. For further information and ticket prices, phone (021) 799­8783/8620 or visit the website www.sanbi.org or www.oldmutual.co.za/music. Tickets can be booked at www.webtickets.co.za Photo: Graeme Wyllie

Prime Circle at Kirstenbosch KIRSTENBOSCH is the place to be this New Year’s Eve as this year’s concert, hosted by Amarula, will feature the much anticipated live performance of Prime Circle as the headline act.Gates open at 19:00, with the concert starting at 20:00. Tickets cost R250 each. No One’s Arc will be opening the evening, followed by Idols winner Elvis Blue. Award winning drive-time radio presenter Guy

Macdonald from Good Hope FM will be the MC. People are requested to pack apicnic basket and bring along their own blanket. Host Amarula are offering delicious cocktails at the Amarula bar. Seating is unreserved so people are urged to get there early to get a spot near the front..Book tickets at www.webtickets.co.za or phone the Kirstenbosch ticket office on (021) 761-2866.

Following sell-out performances in the UK, Europe and Australia for his latest album tour “The Wild Hunt”, Matsson will be coming to South African stages for the first time in February. He will perform at two venues; first at the CTICC

in Cape Town on Friday 10 February, and then in Johannesburg on Saturday 11 February at Joburg Theatre.After releasing his album “Shallow Grave”, Matsson wrote and performed songs on his second album “The Wild Hunt” in the months after touring with John Vanderslice and Bon Iver, garnering more fans along the way and rave reviews from the likes of Rolling Stone Magazine and Pitchfork, who praised him as “a natural-born folksinger, earnest, clever, and comforting”.Matsson has often been compared to Dylan and although his influences still weave through some of his songs, his sound is undeniably

authentic and unique. But it is Matsson’s passion on stage that cuts deep into memory. The energy and raw emotion that bleeds through all his performances is mesmerising. He is a man with a story to tell and doing so with his exquisite music, unmistakable gravelly voice, timeless melodies and haunting lyrics, it is easy to see why he is called “The Tallest Man on Earth”. Tickets, between R275 and R350, are available via www.webtickets.co.za.

STANDING TALL: Kristian Matsson might not literally be the tallest man on earth, but it sure sounds like it.

Jampacked line-up for Artscape ARTSCAPE THEATRE will be hosting several shows during December and January. . The Birds takes place at the Kirstenbosch OpenAir Theatre from Tuesday 20 December to 15 January. Roy Sargeant’s smash hit production of the most popular of the Ancient Greek comedies. Cost is R60 to R100. . The Italian Affair takes place at Artscape from 31 December to 8 January 2012 and costs

R120 to R250. Set in Rome, film director Guido Contini struggles to find harmony in his professional life, as he engages in dramatic relationships with various people. . Madame Touxflouwe takes place in the Arena from 5 January until 14 January and costs R50 to R65. A macabre comedy brought to life through puppetry, shadows and animation. . The Comedy of Errors takes place in the May-

nardville Open-Air Theatre from 10 January to 18 February and costs R100 to R380. The Bard meets Bruce Lee in this new production inspired by the world of classic 1970s Kung Fu cinema. . Nutcracker on Ice takes place in the Opera House from 19 January to 12 February 2012 and costs R100 to R380. This promises to be as athletic, astounding, adept, beautiful and enchanting as the previous ice ballets by

these magnificent stars. . Two Ballets – Solitare and Graduation Ball – take place in the Maynardville Open Air Theatre from 22 January to 21 February and costs R110 to R130. . Festival Recital takes place at Artscape on 25 January and costs R120. Master pianist Ben Schoeman plays Partita No 4 in D Major, BWV 828, (JS Bach), Pour le Piano [1901] (C Debussy), Kreisleriana, Op 16 (R Schumann). Book with Artscape Dial-A-Seat on (021) 421-7695 or Computicket.

Mayor’s festive season message THE Mayor of Cape Town, Alderman Patricia de Lille, in her end-of-year address, says: “The year-end marks the holiday season for most people, where many of us take a break and spend time with our family, friends and loved ones. “It is also a time for reflection, thinking of what we have done in the past year and what we hope to achieve in the new one. “We have started many exciting programmes that will run during the course of this administration and beyond, including our backyarder strategy and our engagement with business and civil society. “I would like to take this opportunity to thank all city officials who work tirelessly throughout the year. All 26 000 of you help

make Cape Town the best-run metro in the country and I thank you for all your hard work. Your break is one that is well-deserved. “To all the people of Cape Town, I want to wish you a happy holiday season. I hope you have joy and comfort, especially at this time of year. “I appeal to everyone to remember that we all enjoy this city and to behave responsibly. Don’t drink and drive, don’t create disturbances and don’t break the law. But please do have a wonderful, safe break, look after our children and remember to save water. “The future is bright. Let’s make sure we all enjoy it together.”

Festive times on the mountain THE holiday season is upon us, and to add to the excitement of family outings and activities that make the festive season unforgettable, Table Mountain Cableway has put together some festive experiences. . From Saturday 10 December to Sunday 15 January, children visiting the cableway will receive a 20-page activity booklet that includes games, did-you-knows, things to do at home, and a treasure hunt on Table Mountain. Roaming characters will pop up at the top station to entertain children between 11:00 and 13:00 daily from 26 December to 7 January. . Father Christmas and his helpful Christmas Fairy will be 1 067 metres above sea level riding the cableway and sharing a little magic with children at the lower and upper stations on Saturday 24 December, and Sunday 25 December. They can be seen at the lower station Visitors to the municipal buildings in Cape Town will see one of the highest sculptures in South Africa outside the front door. The red sculpture is about nine metres tall and is made out of industrial sections of cast steel which are cut, welded, bent and refitted to produce an abstract form. This sculpture was created by Edoardo Villa

at 11:00 and at the top station at 12:00. . The highest restaurant in Cape Town, the Table Mountain Café, will serve a traditional Christmas buffet on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. . Take advantage of the Sunset Special and pay half price to spend an enchanted evening watching the last sunset of 2011 and welcoming in the New Year beneath the stars. Adults pay R97.50 and children pay R47.50 for a return ticket. The last car up on 31 December is at 23:00, and the last car down is at 01:00. Visitors can bring their own bubbly and picnics with them, or grab a seat at the Table Mountain Café, which will extend its operating hours until 00:30 on New Year’s Eve. The cableway operates weather permitting. For further information call (021) 4248181 or visit www.tablemountain.net

LAUGH A MINUTE: Stand and Deliver, a new show by comedian Nik Rabinowitz, premiered on Wednesday December 14 at the Baxter Theatre. Here Rabinowitz is with his wife, Debbie Rabinowitz.

OPENING ACT: Tats Nkonzo, who opened the show with his hilarious brand of guitar playing and comedy, with his wife Tshego Nkonzo after the show. The show will run until Saturday 7 January. Photo: Diva Public Relations

(Italy) in 1981. Most Capetonians, or visitors to the city, don’t know what the artwork represents and furthermore don’t know its name. Some folk call it the “bent paper clip”. It probably comes as no surprise to find out that the sculpture is entitled “The knot” as it supposedly unites all the sculptures on the landing in front of the office FANS: Actress and master of ceremonies Natalie Becker, musician Aron Turest­Swartz, area – www.globalbuzz-sa.com and comedy fan Larry Claasen all loved the show. Photo: Diva Public Relations


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Learning about nature THE Flamingo Bird Club organised a bird outing to the Strandfontein waste water (sewage) works last week, to view some of the finest birds of South Africa. Beautiful water birds sited there include the South African 2011 bird of the year, the barn swallow, majestic greater flamingos, great white pelicans, blacksmith lapwings, egrets, kelp gulls, reed cormorants, etc.

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SAFETY FIRST: The com­ munities of Heinz Park and The Leagues launched their Festive Safety Plan last Thursday to combat the high crime rate. The campaign was launched by the principal of Heinz Park Primary, Mr Molakeng, the CPF exec­ utive for the area, Pastor Groenewald, neighbour­ hood watch members, various NGOs in partner­ ship with the PR Council­ lor Michael Pietersen. Pi­ etersen said the Heinz Park community was up in arms over crime. He welcomed all the role players who joined the fight. There will be a meeting on 28 December at Heinz Park Primary, starting at 18:30, to address issues in the community. Residents from both communities, including all religious leaders, are welcome to attend. For details call Pie­ tersen on 084 672 8686. Photo: Supplied FESTIVE SPIRIT: The Love In Ac­ tion Crafts group hosted its an­ nual Christmas Breakfast at the Livingstone Family Fellowship in Lentegeur. This year’s theme was acting against the abuse of women and children. Pictured from left are: Julie Dollie, Carol Sables, Councillor Denis Joseph, Sandra Swartz and Pas­ tor Thomas Jeff. Photos:Supplied

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People’s Post Mitchell's Plain Page 23

All or nothing THERE was agony and ecstasy in the final week of battle as the ladies bravely fought to come out tops at the Junior Women’s World Championship at Turfhall Stadium. Rashied Isaacs caught all the action.

OVER AND OUT: New Zealand’s Santana Harris steamrolls South Africa’s Alex Fortune on third base during their pool match on Tuesday night. New Zealand won the game 10­2, and put SA out of the play­offs.

GOTCHA: Chinese Taipei’s Tsao Ya Wen is chased back and tagged to third base by China’s catcher, Yu Xiaotong, during a play­off match. Chinese Taipei won 5­0.

WHEELY KIND: Market Toyota in Athlone ensured that People’s Post’s freelance photographer Rashied Isaacs was able to bring readers the action by sponsoring a car to be used for the duration of the Junior Women’s World Championship. Pictured are Achmat Jacobs (branch manager of Market Toyota Athlone), Rashied Isaacs and Zaahier Parker (sales executive for new­car sales).

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Successful tournament draws to an end second time. The rest of the teams who all made play-offs were CanaURFHALL Stadium was deafda, Australia, New Zealand, Brazil, ening on Saturday when loand China. cals flooded to witness an excitApart from experiencing joy and ing Softball Junior Women’s disappointment, players found it World Championship (JWWC) fidifficult saying goodbye as the tournal between their favourites, Janament ended. pan and the US. Many friendships were formed, and Cape Town proved yet again The US, who were champions of how well they can host an internathe 2007 Junior Women’s World tional event. Championship, had a tough match The closing ceremony was done against Japan, but eventually won in style, and guests were once again when – in the fifth inning – Cheyentertained – just as in the opening anne Tarango hit a grandslam ceremony. home run over the fence. Limited Edition, a group of drumPeople’s Post is the media partner mers, showed off their talents to the of the JWWC. crowd, to standing ovation. Japan kept composure and fought Beng Choo Low, International back but only managed to score one Softball Federation Secretary Genrun, which led to the US being eral, thanked South Africans and crowned champions again for the the people of Cape Town for their fourth time. outstanding support. It was not easy way for the US in He also praised Noore Nacerodithe play-offs, since they faced Japan en, head of local organising comon Friday and lost the game, sendmittee, along with his team for making Japan straight to the final. ing the ISF ninth JWWC Under 19 Japan was then the only undetournament a success. feated team and the only team to The tournament was also dehave beaten the US. scribed as one of the best by many The champions had to then face coaches, and Nacerodien said that Chinese Taipei on Saturday to Softball South Africa will be bidstand a chance to be in the final, NUMBER ONE: The American women’s softball team celebrate after their victory over Japan. Photo: Rashied Isaacs ding for the 2016 Senior World where they successfully beat ChiChampionship. nese Taipei 12-3. ia in the play-offs on Friday, reduced the Aus- in the end hopeful Chinese Taipei came third He wished the teams well and a safe jourChinese Taipei, who had also faced Austral- sies to tears when they were defeated 3-2, and in the tournament, winning bronze for the ney home. LYNN PRINS

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