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Strandfontein residents are demanding additional police resources to reduce the high crime rate in their community. According to Stats SA, Strandfontein has 17 000 residents. Community safety structures are pleading with government to deploy additional police officers in the coastal suburb. The single patrol van, according to the community policing forum’s spokesperson Mario Oostendurp, is not enough. Residents are more than fed up with the lengthy response times police take to get to a crime scene. Residents have been begging for over a year. But Mitchell’s Plain cluster commander Major General Jeremy Vearey says deploying additional officers is a lengthy process. “Deployment of additional officers is not driven by demands. That is stupid logic. Crime fluctuates with sporadic incidents so you cannot base deployment on this variable,” he explains. Oostendurp says they have fewer active police officers than at the beginning of the year. “Student constables were deployed to Strandfontein and later moved back to Mitchell’s Plain. Given that crime is escalating we need experienced police officers who are permanently stationed here,” he argues. “Criminals know the routes officers take, when their shifts change and where crime is happening. They use this to their advantage to evade arrest.” A Strandfontein resident, who asks not to be named, says she lives opposite a drug house and requires swifter action. “We call the police when we see the suspects operating at the premises. But police come three hours later, long after these characters have left,” she seethes. Vearey says the smallest policing sector in Mitchell’s Plain has only one sector van and a sector commander, but has the same if not more crime reported than Strandfontein. Meanwhile, Ebrahim Abrahams from the

PREMIUM RESOURCES: Residents have been pleading for over a year to get more police officers and patrol vans on their streets. neighbourhood watch says the community safety structure seems ineffective because they do not have the backing of the police. “We catch criminals and immediately call on the police to arrest them, but two hours later then only do the police officers arrive. We are limited in what we can do and depend on the police to arrest them,” he says. Resident Carl Hendricks says locals are coming to the party by reporting crime, but police need to do their bit too. “We understand the police have a big job, but we are doing our duty by reporting crim-

inals as police always request, but they are so understaffed they are not able to respond to our complaints timeously enough to catch the criminals,” he says. However, station commander Captain Lulama Qavana says she cannot confirm the number of officers and patrol vans on duty at any given time. “The two sector commanders are on patrol every day. We also have two officers in a complaints van on patrol,” she says. But crime prevention is a joint effort and residents, community safety structures as

well as the police need to unite, Abrahams says. “Yes we need more police officers, but the community only adds to the problem. Everyone complains but no one offers solutions about what they can do to address problems. We constantly put out requests for residents to volunteer their time to patrol with the neighbourhood watch, but few people come forward. It would make a big difference if every person offered an hour of their time to patrol,” he insists. V To report crime call Strandfontein Police Station on (021) 370 1516.

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There is no medication to treat it and those affected never achieve their full potential. This is the horrifying tragedy of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS) stalking communities across the globe. Drinking may be an adult’s delight, but it is deadly to an unborn child. Professor Denis Viljoen, an honorary professor in genetics at universities of Stellenbosch and Witwatersrand and chairperson of the Foundation for Alcohol Related Research, says booze affects the central nervous system, and the effects on a child still in development is far reaching. “Fetal Alcohol Syndrome in the child is determined by the mother’s alcohol usage during pregnancy,” he says. “Some mothers who drink appear to have normal children, but once they’re tested it comes to the fore that they’re not like average children. “The mother’s genetic makeup also determines the health of the child. If the mother’s metabolism is fast, alcohol will be metabolised quickly and won’t have serious effects on the child. There is no blood test for alcohol syndrome, which makes it difficult to determine FAS within children.” Viljoen says no woman knows when she’s pregnant. “Most women only find out they’re pregnant weeks or months after she was sexually active,” he says. Consuming alcohol during pregnancy can affect up to 90% of the baby’s nervous system and can also result in skeletal and organ defects. “This can have an array of effects on the child’s intellect, language, executive functions, behaviour and attention span,” Viljoen explains. “At least 15% of children in poor communities are born with FAS. This means there’s an estimate of two million people in the country who’ve been affected by the syndrome.” These children don’t have the usual inhibitions of their peers free of FAS and get involved with risky and unsavoury activities. “Their [age] of death is reduced when compared to the normal population because

they get involved in unsavoury activities. They cost society money, because the education system can’t cope with them. “These individuals generally disrupt the classroom and mainstream teachers are not equipped to teach them. Social services doesn’t accommodate FAS individuals unless they are handicapped in a certain way. Not a lot is afforded to these individuals and it will literally take years to get to the top of this problem,” Viljoen says. A Grade 6 teacher at a mainstream school, who spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity, says she has FAS children in her class and struggles to fulfil her duty to teach them. “They struggle to grasp concepts and react differently to situations. Some are very passive while others are aggressive,” she says. “These pupils need individual attention and explaining concepts to them takes a long time. Some can’t concentrate and will walk around after sitting still for five minutes to disturb the rest of the class.” Teaching these children is a trial. “Instead of using numbers I use sweets as numbers to explain. An average child in my class takes up to three days to grasp something, but a FAS child can take up to three weeks before they understand,” she says. “I’ve learned that FAS children come from abusive situations, single-parent households and environments where people have turned to alcohol as a saving grace. The sad reality is that many of the children know

they have FAS.” The education system does not accommodate children with FAS, so many of them are promoted to the next grade regardless if they are competent at concepts taught at lower levels. “Compared with their peers it is evident FAS children have different features such as a smaller head and hands, their ears are positioned lower on their heads and their faces are tiny,” she says. “They read phonetically without comprehension by breaking up words as they go along a sentence. Most of them are more practically inclined and should be accommodated at special schools.” Founder and CEO of FAS Facts Francois Grobbelaar says they’ve started a mentorship programme for expectant mothers. “The mentor visits the mother twice a month and over weekends to ensure she’s stopped drinking because some women struggle to stop consuming alcohol during pregnancy,” he says. “The responsibility lies with the woman to confirm she’s stopped drinking and the mentor will also ask her family members and companion to confirm this. The mentor also observes the woman’s attitude to determine her behaviour. “We’ve had a lot of success with this programme because of the 37 participants, 25 stopped drinking completely, while the other 12 drink less.” The foundation’s CEO Leana Olivier says they have launched various projects enabling teachers with skills on how to teach FAS children. They also have another programme focusing on promoting a healthier lifestyle to mothers. “Everybody should take responsibility for the huge FAS problem South Africa is experiencing,” she says. This has led to the foundation approaching the liquor industry to sponsor and assist with prevention and awareness work. “Even though FAS is not considered a disability there’s an international movement lobbying to get it listed in the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-V),” she says. “This will ensure for better management and resources to deal with this condition.”

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The sanctified ground of a church in Mitchell’s Plain has been tainted by allegations of child rape, drug abuse and prostitution. A tent used by the Hosanna Ministries Church in New Woodlands has been dismantled after a church employee was arrested for the alleged rape of his seven-year-old daughter. It’s alleged the 47-year-old Mitchell’s Plain man raped the girl inside the church tent while her mother was asleep. Another suspect has also been arrested. Zainonesa Ismail (57) lives opposite the church and says the girl came to her and confided how her father had sexually assaulted her. “She told me her father and his friend scratched her private parts,” she says. The Mitchell’s Plain Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit is investigating, says provincial police spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk. “The alleged rape occurred on Saturday 3 August. A 47-year-old man was arrested and the accused appeared in the Mitchell’s Plain Magistrate’s Court on Friday 16 August.” Residents say the church is a cesspit of depravity. Ismail says: “The tent is left open and used for prostitution and drinking. This raucous behaviour continues into the early hours of the morning,” she says in revulsion. Regina Martin (56) is glad an arrest has been made. The community leader says she had contacted the church’s pastor on numerous occasions but her efforts proved to be futile. “We called the pastor about our concerns regarding the use of the tent for criminal activities, but our pleas fall on deaf ears,” she seethes. Martin is part of the block committee patrolling the streets and echoes Ismail’s allegation of prostitution. “There are all kinds of criminal activities happening at that tent. People use the place to do drugs and store stolen goods. We thank the police officers for their swift action in arresting the suspects,” Martin says. It was Martin who brought charges against the father. “I was told about the incident two weeks

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POLICING: RESERVISTS DEMAND SALARIES

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Police reservists last week marched to the Union Buildings to let Minister Nathi Mtethwa know they wanted to be included in the formal policing sector. A police reservist, who asks not to be named, says he’s been volunteering for 13 years and does the same job as normal police officers. “I usually work over weekends for a total of 16 hours per month. When I’m on duty, I do the same job which police officers do. The only difference is I’m not getting paid for the service I deliver,” he says. “Some policemen are not as committed to the job and take their time to get the scene of the crime, where reservists do the work because they’re passionate about their communities.” Unlike police officers, reservists work in the areas in which they live. Reservists wear police uniforms, have guns, drive state vehicles, receive bullet proof vests and undergo the same training as policemen. “If I get shot while on duty I will receive the same treatment as regular police officers,” he says. “Reservists don’t get paid but we should be recognised for the contribution we’re making to the community by increasing our rank to increase the morale among passionate reservists.” Those who want to work in the police force need a Grade 12 certificate, a driver’s license and need to be younger than 35. South African Policing Union (SAPU) general secretary Oscar Skommere says this is not the first time incensed reservists have spoken out. “Some time ago after the issue was raised, Minister of Police Nathi Mtethwa employed

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HOUSING: BUSINESSMAN CONFRONTED AT HIS OFFICE

Investors’ mob wrath

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cost housing. But many who have pumped money into Tension peaked and shattered as tempers the project say they fear their investment erupted at a public meeting at Summear In- will bear no fruit as, to date, no houses have vestments’ offices in the Mitchell’s Plain been built. Many of the aggrieved investors paid their Town Centre. A mob of deeply outraged investors de- first instalment three years ago. Zubeiga Peters, Summear Investments’ manded money back, stating they’ve reached the end of their rope with owner Eb- first client, says she invested with the comrahim Abrahams and his promise of low- pany several years ago. She was put into a show house and subsequently evicted. But Abrahams says Peters is at fault. “I put her in that house. I signed on the dotted line, but she failed to pay occupational rent of R5500 which is why she was evicted,” he explains. The seniors says Abrahams is fooling the public. “He has never delivered on the promises he made me. I am an elderly woman and he felt no shame watching me get evicted,” she says. Community activist Suleiman Stellenboom IN THE HOT SEAT: The owner of Summear Investments, Ebrahim Abra- condemns the eviction, hams, was grilled by clients at a public meeting at his office in the stating “ only a sheriff of Town Centre. Disgruntled investors say they fear their investment will the court can evict somebear no fruit as to date no houses have been built.PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET one”.

Another woman,who spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity, says she refuses to wait three years for a house. “We have lost trust in him. It is not possible to wait three years for a house. You are bound to get frustrated especially because there is no line of communication between the clients and the owner of the company,” she seethes. A seething investor, who also wishes to remain anonymous, is demanding her cash back – with interest. “There is no surety about when houses will be built. We paid R3000 and have still not received any answers from Ebrahim about where the houses will be built. His offerings sounded promising three years ago, but now it reeks of fraud,” she says. “Whenever we request a meeting, he is unavailable. Whenever we call he is not in. That money can be better used on building a better future for myself and possibly studying further,” she explains. While Abrahams has committed to refunding unhappy clients, he has refused to pay back the money with interest. “Don’t threaten me. I do not feel threatened by anyone, not even the police,” he screamed at the murmuring mob. Stellenboom says two fraud cases against Abrahams is being investigated. “People have lost trust in him. He is not delivering on what he promises. He says people should make appointments with

Promenade Mall reopened after shootout The Promenade Mall in Mitchell’s Plain reopened shortly after a shootout on Saturday morning. A security guard was killed and another injured while filling up an ATM at the shop-

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him, but he is never available. He is not even able to tell his clients when the houses will be built,” he explains. Abrahams says the delays stem from third parties. “I am not running this business on my own. I have to work according to government’s plan and that is where the delays stem from,” Abrahams says.


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The wheels of the bus went round and round as People’s Post readers braved the biting cold to explore the Mother City last week. Winners of the Women’s Month readers’ competition painted the town red on Tuesday as they toured Cape Town on the famous red bus with People’s Post staff. Each woman received a goodie bag and a special gift, all courtesy of People’s Post and sponsors the City Sightseeing Bus, the Table Mountain Cableway and Montagu Dried Fruit & Nuts. The group made their way from the V&A Waterfront to Hout Bay for a walkabout at Mariner’s Wharf before visiting the Green Point Urban Park.

The next stop was Jewel Africa in Buitengracht Street, and the welcoming glass of sparkling wine drew pleasing sighs from the excited tour group. The women were taught about the craft of diamond cutting before trying on some of the exquisite pieces of jewellery. The day ended with a light lunch before hopping back on the bus and heading home. Due to bad weather conditions, the planned trip up Table Mountain was discarded but guests were issued tickets to visit the popular tourist attraction at their own convenience. Not even the driving rain and relentless cold could dampen the spirits of readers who agreed the tour was a red-hot success.

ON THE MOVE: MOVE: Energetic Elsie de Bruyn and Rachel Johnson get physical on the outdoor gym equipment at the Green Point Urban Park.

CHEERS: CHEERS: Shirley Aldum and Angie Latchman toast the end of a memorable day with a glass of sparkling wine at Jewel Africa.

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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Tuesday, 3 September 2013

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EEducation ducation ducation under fire “After the first week we are left to borrow money from the loan shark, or I will ask the neighbours,” she says. “Some nights we go to bed hungry. My children go to school hungry and have to learn on an empty stomach,” she says. Donkers says you can’t teach a hungry child. “These children can’t concentrate.” Resident Wajied Bailey has two daughters aged 14 and seven. He grew up in Hanover Park and has lived in Woodlands for eight years. Both his children attend school. The unemployed father believes negligent parents are partly to blame for the high absenteeism and drop-out rates at primary schools. “Financially, it is not easy putting children through school, but where there is a will there is a way. It is sad to see other parents just sitting by idly while their children play in the streets unsuper-

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Rows of empty desks and streets filled with children – this is an ordinary school day in Woodlands. Some pupils are forced to stay home as gang violence has gripped the area, but community worker Maria Donkers is putting up a fight to ensure children are afforded an education. Half-filled classrooms have become a norm as schools are located between turf “ruled by rival gangs”, Donkers says. Absenteeism has soared at primary schools in the area. Mothers who spoke to People’s Post say their children have been given transfers as gangsters have threatened to kill their young ones on the school grounds. Innocent children are being intimidated and lured into gangs. Fatima Daniels (34), a mother of six, is battling to find placement for

her 16-year-old son. The teenager was suspended and given a transfer after a group of gangsters threatened to stab him to death at Woodlands High. “The school fears for the other pupils’ safety, but what about my son’s future? Having not finished school myself, I know education is the only way out of a life of poverty for my children,” Daniels says. “Gangsters have been on my doorstep with knives and bricks. My son is not involved in gangs. His refusal to join a gang has him living in fear,” she explains. With only R1740 to survive, Daniels lives with her children and boyfriend in a bedroom. “With no job this is all we can afford. I cannot afford to send him to a school outside the area unless I allow him to live with family.” After paying rent, water, telephone and electricity bills, she is left with R800.

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The lives and minds of pupils at Westridge High are on the brink of positive change with the opening of their very own library. Principal Wendy Vergotine is rubbing her hands in glee at the opportunity her young scholars now have to excel. The new facility will open on Wednesday 11 September. To help stock the library, The Book Lounge is calling for public support. They have committed to donate 5000 books, but for the project to work all role players need to be on the same page. Megan Hitchin of The Book Lounge says they have received in excess of R10 000 in donations from the public. “We have also received book donations from local publishers, which is fantastic, but

there is still a long way to go,” she cautions. The library will transform the lives of 1100 pupils. “A library would be giving them access to new worlds and tools of education that they have so far been denied,” Hitchin says. Westridge High was chosen for the book donation project because of its lack of a userfriendly library and its desperate need for one, Hitchin says. “It is also not far from our chosen school of last year, Parkhurst Primary. Parkhurst feeds into Westridge High so this library appeal will give these pupils access to reading material throughout their entire school career,” she explains. Vergotine says the benefits attached to their new library is the boost pupils need to empower themselves and achieve a quality education.

“The pupils will now have access to research books which are relevant to their curriculum. It will also help develop in them a love for reading,” she explains. Vergotine is also keen to see literacy levels at the school rise. Hitchin says books have been selected, but still need to be purchased. “We would be most grateful if you would consider contributing to the appeal – any amount between R100 to R10 000 would be hugely appreciated. Just choose how much, and we will select books to that amount and send you an invoice for an EFT.” The Book Lounge, in Roeland Street, Cape Town, is giving a 10% discount on all books bought for the library to make the donated money go further. For more details email booklounge@gmail.com.

BOOK NOOK: The Book Lounge is calling on the public to help stock the new library at Westridge High School. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET

ECO-STYLISH: A host of schools battled it out at the Generation Green Competition hosted by the Liberty Promenade Shopping Centre. Two of the 29 participating schools stand a chance of winning repairs valued at R25 000. Pupils had to create trendy costumes made out of only recyclable materials. The scholars rocked the runway in the mall’s food court on Saturday. Schools were invited to create a male and female fashion garment made from recyclable items. These garment’s were showcased at the fashion show, and judges then placed their votes accounting for 80%. Now it’s up to the public to determine the remaining 20%. Photographs of the schools and entrants will be displayed in the mall and shoppers will be encouraged to cast their vote for their favourite school. Pupils from the Lentegeur LSEN modelled their proudly ecofriendly designs which were also made out of People’s Post newspaper clippings. Cast your vote by writing your name, telephone number and the name of the school you are voting for on the back of a till slip for a purchase made at any Liberty Promenade shop. Entries can be placed in the entry box in-centre. Voting closes at 12:00 on Monday 16 September. PHOTO: LEE-ANN

HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT TOURISM DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its Tourism Development Framework. In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments, recommendations or input on the Draft Tourism Development Framework from 1 to 30 September 2013. Comments, input and recommendations may be submitted by: • • • •

Fax: 021 417 4141 E-mail: tourism1@capetown.gov.za Written submission posted to: 2 Hertzog Boulevard, 14th Floor, Standard Bank Building, Cape Town 8001 (for attention: Dr Theuns Vivian) Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofCT

Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, people living with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit: For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za or For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za The Draft Tourism Development Framework will be available on the City of Cape Town’s website: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at libraries. Enquiries relating to the Draft Tourism Development Framework can be directed to Theuns Vivian on 021 417 4062 or e-mail at tourism1@capetown.gov.za. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER

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RECLAIM: COMMITTEE DEMAND FULL RESTITUTION

District Six land: gloves come off NICOLE MCCAIN

A District Six claimants organisation has raised their voice against the land restitution process. The District Six Working Committee is now demanding the claimants be given the full 150ha of land as restitution. In a meeting on the weekend, chairperson of the committee Shahied Ajam called on claimants to stand up for the land they were forcibly removed from during apartheid. This was spurred on by a recent handover of property to claimants in a housing project in the former District Six. “Last week, 70 families had keys and were happy. Another 900 has a set of numbers and didn’t get anything,” Ajam says. “We are thankful for those houses, but that is only the beginning. We want restorative justice,” he says. Ajam says the former District Six was made up on 150ha, but only 40ha has been made available for land claims. “We want the ground, not houses. The people are entitled to land,” he says. However, the land is simply not available, District Six Redevelopment and Beneficiary Trust chairperson Anwah Nagia insists. “District Six was only 98ha historically, of which only 42 is left. Unless we’re meant to demolish the University of Technology, roads and homes, where will the space come from?” Nagia says the only solution is to ask the City of Cape Town to make land in other areas in the city available, but this would not fall into District Six.

“The Trust is not going to do the same as the previous government. We are not going to destroy homes. We are currently engaged in a process of healing.” Ajam says the committee will handle the claims of late claimants once a new legislation is enacted. He says 50 000 people still need houses in District Six. The amendment to the Restitution of Land Rights Act no 22 of 1994 has been published for consideration of Parliament, and will allow for the re-opening of the registration process to lodge claims, says Vuyani Nkasayi, provincial spokesperson for the Department of Rural Development and Land Reform. “At this stage the process of lodgement of land claims is still closed. The department has published an amendment bill to amend the Restitution of Land Rights Act no 22 of 1994 as amended. This act will deal with people who have lost land before the 1913 Natives Land Act and also help people who did not lodge claims before the closing date of 31 December 1998,” he says. Nkasayi says claims will be dealt with once the process is underway. “In terms of the District Six Working Committee, we will deal with their claims once lodged when the process is opened. I can also mention that there will be a lot of new claims on claims already settled.” Nagia says the Trust will welcome any number of claimants coming back to the area.


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BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/ 082 516 0030 M&M INTERIORS ­ Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495 RC BLINDS

20% discount on all types blinds exceeding R1500 for September only 074 259 1802/ 082 598 2606 rcblinds@polka.co.za

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Moving and Storage 4 TON TRUCK avail for garden refuse and furniture removal. 076 124 4713 FURNITURE REMOVALS. Ph 078 6113 627. ''LET'S MOVE IT!" Glen : 079 079 2323

Carpentry

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Plumbers PLUMBING, Tiling & Electrical Tel:079 018 2091

TV/DVD/Video Services

BUDGET TV repairs, microwaves & Hi­Fi'S. Collect & Deliver 18 Linaria Crescent, Silvertown 7764 Steven on 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394. DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 299. Service call repair charge of R150. 083 288 2757

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Electrical Repairs AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 yrs exp. Ph Alwyn West 021 671 5786 or 082 705 8103. FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700 REGISTERED ELECTRICIAN P/paid meters, plugs, lights etc. Ph Jody on 081 310 7542

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SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

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LOANS We come to u 021 558 6648 /082 957 3251

Buying a property Selling a property Renting your Property Property consultant: Office: 021 827 1569 Cell: 083 770 0595 luqmaan.samie@infoprop.co.za

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Holiday Accommodation

POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021­ 705 8851

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Tiling/Flooring ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713 TILING + Lam. flrs. R40 p/m (084 978 9175

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2013 KENAKO IT'S TIME Sell tupperware full or part time. Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME

ENGINE OVERALL, R1 800 Clutch overalls, R850. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. (021 376 6014/ 078 875 4394

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ADMIN, Data entry clerks needed for application sms full name/address to 084 904 6873

Glass/Windows

Glass suppliers, Aluminium Doors & Windows Supply & Fit - We beat any written quote. Contact ­ 0213972630 / 0726693599

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If growing with a company in a people•s environment appeals to yourself, you may apply. We offer on contract: • ................... R9 000 Fix income • ........................... Pension Fund • .............................. Medical Aid •......................Petrol Allowance If you have your own transport contact the managing director for an interview.

AVALON SPRINGS ­ MONTAGUE ­ 4 sleeper, 7­11 October R2 600. Carol 073 863 0180

Swimming Pool Services CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 836 8208

021 592 0225 SALES DISTRIBUTORS Established consumer and retail company is looking for dynamic executives for the abovementioned position.

or email: d.jobbuzz05@gmail.com

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SALES / MARKETING SATISFIED WITH YOUR INCOME? Let us help you to achieve your earning potential! *No experience needed *Full training provided *No vehicle needed! We offer: *Basic Salary *Commission *Allowances

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IVAN FRANK PROPERTIES ALICEDALE/ATHLONE: 3bed + incomplete granny flat R580k

AVON reps needed contact 021 696 5866/ 079 0538019

Phone Ivan 082 469 3084

For appointment Call Pam

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Management

Sales/Marketing

TMT SOLUTIONS SINCE 1986 TRAINEE FRANCHISE BRANCH MANAGER/ESS

Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to

Does the following appeal to you? • R9 000 fix income • Pension Fund • Medical Aid • Petrol Allowance We need well spoken and self confident individuals who are willing to be trained up successfully in: • Client Liaison • Management Skills • Admin Skills To apply for the abovementioned career opportunity. If you have your own transport call the Managing Director on 021 592 0225 for an interview

Justine Cosmetics

Schaapkraal (3 Houses on Small holding) R2.75 Mil

Fisherhaven Only R520 000 (Close To Hermanus)

4140m² Plot.Main House approx. 300m². Lovely 4 large beds + Dressing room, 2 full bathrooms, 2 lounges (Jetmaster) + dining room, large fully fitted kitchen, approx 120m² Entertainment room(With indoor Braai). Second House: 2 beds, lounge, kitchen,shower + toilet. Third House: 1 bed, large open plan lounge. 4 Truck Garages with 3 phase electricity, 2 Truck Carports,1Truck Spraybooth,2 Shadecloth Carports. Lots of Ground. +++ 9.5 x 5 metre Pool. Many Extras. What a Good Buy.

Prime Area.1338m2 Level and Serviced Plot. A Real Bargain!

082 412 5505.

TELEMARKETERS x10 Goodwood HOURLY RATE

If you are awesome at Customer Service but have the ability to upsell then this is for you! You will have sales targets to meet selling insurance to existing client. Must have 1 year sales experience from either retail or call centre, computer literacy, self motivated with lots of energy needed to make this work. Matric, credit and criminal clear essential.

Please call Marida @ Cozens on 021 910 0711

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MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

SPECIALISING IN: Tip Ups Sectional Overheads Roll Ups - Installation Repairs - Automation

Pelican Heights (House On Large 1000m² Plot.) R1.45 Mil

3 large beds, 2 en-suites, tiled lounge, stunning fully fitted kitchen with Scullery, family bathroom, drive-thru Garage +++ Adjoining grounds to Build another house or Sub-divide.

Call Centre

Colorado R949 000

(2 Large Double Storeys + Pool)

Close To Mosque. Main House: 4 Bedrooms, bics, ensuite, spacious lounge & dining room, beautifully fully fitted kitchen, downstairs shower & toilet. Second House: Upstairs: 3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, bathroom.Downstairs: 1 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Enlcosed, Carport, Garage +++ Sparkling Pool.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160

TELEMARKETERS x20 Goodwood

MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

Basic + Commission

Large financial company can assist you to excel & earn $$$. 2 yrs retail sales exp with 6 months inbound call centre exp required OR 1 yr outbound sales exp in call centre. Matric, credit & criminal cleared essential. If you are vibrant & have the

Strandfontein / Bayview (Free-Standing) R449 000

Lentegeur R399 000 (Close To Hospital)

Westridge R420 000

(Close To Swimming Baths)

New Tafelsig R289 000

sales jean,

please call Marida @ Cozens on 021 910 0711

Large 3 beds, en-suite,built-in-cupboards, Large 3 beds, lounge & dining room, Lovely 2 Beds, Laminated Floors, family bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with large fitted kitchen, separate bath and Tiled Lounge, Bathroom, Beautiful eye-level oven & hob, lounge, carage for 2 toilet, Spacious garage for approx Fully Fitted Kitchen, Double Tandem cars +++ Yard fully enclosed and used 4 cars. Garage, Large Grounds + Approved for Catering or Entertainment. Plans for Extensions. Very Neat.

Strandfontein Only R570 000 (Close To Spitz Road)

Extended 4 Bedrooms, En-Suite (with bath), Lounge, Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Enclosed, Carport x3 Cars.

Urgently

Belhar R399 000

need properties for my approved buyers in

All AREAS

3 large beds, laminated floors,large lounge, tiled bathroom with bath & shower, separate toilet, fully fitted kitchen, large yard,burglar bars, security gates, nice area +++ Garage

Newly Renovated.Large 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, tiled thru-out, Knotty Pine Ceilings, enclosed, Very Large grounds.JUST BEEN REPAINTED AND TILED. Immediate Occupation.

including Ottery, Grassy Park, Wetton, Fairways, Kenwyn, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone.

CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160

A.B.

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, SAND, STONE BEST PRICES CEMENT R75.00 Del.

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330

Cravenby R895 000

Portands R459 000

Summer Greens R449 000

Strandfontein R589 000

5 Beds, Doublestory (BICs), Lounge, Dining Room, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Second Lounge Upstairs, MES, 3 Bathrooms, Garage +++ 2 Beds Separate Entrance

3 Bedrooms, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Carport Enclosed

Lovely 2 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Spacious Tiled Lounge, Family Bathroom, Indoor Jet Master Fireplace, Carport

3 Beds, BICs, Spacious Tiled Lounge with Fire-Place, Dinette, Large Fully Fitted Kitchen, Separate Bath & Toilet, Garage for 4 Cars + Yard

New Lentegeur R420 000

Woodridge R479 000

New Tafelsig R279 000

Rocklands R299 000

3 Beds, BICs, Tiled Lounge (FirePlace) + Dining, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Bathroom, Entertainment Area with Braai + Garage

3 Beds, BICs, Lounge + Dining Room, Study, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom (Corner Bath), Garage. Large Grounds.

3 Beds (stunning BICs), Laminated Floors, Fitted Kitchen, Tiled Lounge, Bathroom + Garage

3 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Bathroom, Lounge, Enclosed, Spacious Yard

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

*SPRING SPECIAL* SINGLE STANDARD SECTIONAL OVERHEAD ALU-ZINC DOOR WITH AUTOMATION

SUP INS PLY & TAL L

R5 500

M.E.C REAL ESTATE & BUILDERS STRANDFONTEIN/WAVECREST 3Beds with Bics. Open Plan Lounge/Dining with F.F.Kitchen. DBL Gar. Lrg Cnr Plot. Fully Enclosed+++. St Helena Street –R599K WESTRIDGE 3 Large Beds. F/ Kit. L/Dining. Lrg Grnds. Carport. Kylemore Close R399K EASTRIDGE 3Beds. F/ Kit. 7th Ave 250K

TERMS & CONDITIONS STANDARD COLOURS APPLY WHITE, CHARCOAL, BROWN SUBJECT TO SITE INSPECTION AND PRESENTATION OF ADVERT. CALL US TODAY FOR A FREE QUOTE OR ON SITE INSPECTION.

021 931 7573 (office)/ 074 172 8029 (Jacques) E-MAIL: sales@drydendoors.co.za

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

Buying – Selling – Letting

Peter Lamb Close, New Woodlands, Mitchell’s Plain Tele/fax: 021 3712771* Email: mecprop@telkomsa.net Website: www.mecrealestate.co.za

EASTRIDGE 3Beds.F/Kit. Renovated. Fir Str 260K

Portlands R389 000

Kensington R549 000

2 Beds, BICs, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Tiled Lounge with Built-InUnit, Family Bathroom, Large Grounds, Drive-Way, Paved Front

Semi. 3 Beds, Main-en-Suite, BICs, Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Tiled Lounge with Fire-Place.

Rocklands R320 000

Dennemere R495 000

All AREAS

EASTRIDGE 4Beds.F/Kit. 2Baths. Grotto Str 270K WE BUY AND SELL (ALL AREAS)

YOUR AGENTS AT YOUR SEVICE ANDRE - 072 936 7316 EDRIES - 083 861 8479

Urgently

need properties for my approved buyers in

2/3 Beds, Extended Fitted Kitchen, Extended Tiled Lounge, Family Bathroom, Paved Yard +++ Garage

3 Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Tiled Lounge, Large Grounds +++ Extras

including Ottery, Coniston Park / Sheridon Park, Strandfontein, Seawinds, Grassy Park, Mitchells Plain, Retreat and Lakeview.

CALL

ANTHONY ARENDSE

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


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AYOBA REAL ESTATE WE WILL SELL YOUR HOME IN 30 DAYS. WE WILL STOP YOUR AUCTION.

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Abraham Fazloodien 5 8989 082 49

Mitchells Plain : 021 391 4203

Selling Houses, Creating Homes infomp@durrestates.com

List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R329 000 Lentegeur 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Fam Bath Fazlyn 073 184 2535

R230 000 Delft Freestanding 2 Beds, Lounge, Kitch, Fam Bath. Parking x4 Cars. Fazloodien 082 495 8989

R425 000 Grassy Park Plot 625m² Service Plot in 2nd Avenue. Kashifah 073 929 3221

R185 000 Tafelsig 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. Candice 071 156 5672

R280 000 Lentegeur- Enclosed 3 Bedroom Home with Lounge, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath. Parking x2. Agent Fazlyn 073 184 2535.

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN PORTLANDS WE HAVE BUYERS

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN WESTRIDGE WE HAVE BUYERS

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN TAFELSIG WE HAVE BUYERS

R319 000 Lentegeur

Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.Kitchen & Bath. Close to all Amenities & Train Station. Shaamiel 082 723 1118

R289 000 Beacon Valley

Semi Detached 2 Beds Home 1 with BIC, Lounge, Dining room, F.Kitchen & Family Bath, lots of Space. Close to all Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801

R309 000 Lentegeur

Fully Enclosed 2 Beds Home with Lounge, Tv Room, Dinette, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Close to all Amenities. Candice 071 156 5672

R429 000 The Westridge

S p a c i o u s Fu l l y E n c l o s e d Freestanding 3 Bedroom Home with a Lounge, F.Kitchen + Fam Bathroom. Fazlyn 073 184 2535

R585 000 Strandfontein R289 000 Tafelsig

Enclosed 2 Beds House with a Village Spacious, 3 Beds Home, BIC, Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Bath with Sep Garage for 6 Cars. Toilet. Garage x3 Cars. Shaamiel 082 723 1118 Shaamiel 082 723 1118 Ÿ We have Pre-Approved

Buyers Ÿ FREE Legal Advice Ÿ Your Will Drafted FREE

Shaamiel Kashifah Gadija Fazlyn Candice 082 723 1118 073 929 3221 082 823 1801 073 184 2535 071 156 5672

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R1 200 000 Zeekoevlei

3 Beds, MES and BIC, Lounge, Fire Place, Dining Room, Kitchen, Fam. Bathroom, Pool, D/Auto Garage on a 1041m² Plot. Fazlyn 073 184 2535

R249 000 Eastridge

Fully Enclosed 3 Bedroom House With a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Family Bathroom and Parking for 2 Cars. Fazlyn 073 184 2535 Ÿ Administration of

Deceased Estates

Ÿ Financial Planning Ÿ Tax & Accounting

Service

CALL US FOR A NON-OBLIGATION FREE VALUATION AGENTS WANTED:Join our family and let us share our success with you!

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NEAT DOUBLE STOREY 3 DOWN WESTRIDGE OFFICE ROCKLANDS OFFICE 4 BEDROOMS, STAIRS & 1 VERY Spine Road, Shop 5,Westridge Shopping Centre, Simonsig Street LARGE BEDROOM UP TEL/FAX 021 391 0313 TEL: 021 391 2174, FAX: 021 3911 847 EMAIL: ayobarealestate@gmail.com OFFICE A/O 081 078 9229 or find us on WhatsApp: BB PIN: 20E52551 STAIRS WITH A EN SUIT, LAM FLOORS + TILES, BEACON VALLEY - R350 000 PORTLANDS - R483 000 NEG BEACON VALLEY - R400 000 VERY NEAT FITTED 3BEDS, 2WITH BICS, TEAK FLOORS 3 BEDS, 1WITH BICS, MAIN BED MES, FF MODERN DOUBLE STORY 3 THROUGHOUT, KITCHEN FULLY FITTED, KITCHEN, SEP LOUNGE & DININGROOM, KITCHEN, NICE SIZE BEDS, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN / OPEN PLAN LOUNGE, BATH / TOILET / ENTERTAINMENT AREA WITH FIRE PLACE, BATHROOM, PARKING LOUNGE, FAMILY BATH / SHOWER, GARAGE WITH PATIO DOOR TO FULL BATH & SHOWER, TILES + LAM YARD, FULLY ENCLOSED PRKS 2 CARS, TOILET, GARAGE FLOORS FULLY ENCLOSED PARKS 1 CAR. FOR ABOUT TO 4 CARS KOMPSBERG - SEARIDGE PARK TAFELSIG - R199 000

BEACON VALLEY - R250 000

VERY NEAT 3 BEDS, VERY NEAT 1 BEDROOM, LOUNGE,KITCHEN, BATH / TOILET, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, BATHROOM/TOILET, LAM FLOORS LARGE GROUNDS FRONT & NEATLY PAVED, PARKS 3 TO 4 CARS & TILED, BIG GROUNDS NESTLY PAVED, FULLY ENCLOSED ENCLOSED

ROCKLANDS - R320 000

4 BEDROOMS, LOUNGE OPEN PLAN KITCHEN WITH BICS, TILED / LAM FLOOR, SHOWER/TOILET, 4TH BEDROOM VERY BIG. CEMENT FOUNDATION TO ERECT A WENDY HOUSE, LARGE PLOT CAN PARK 4 TO 5 CARS, FULLY ENCLOSED

EASTRIDGE - R280 000

TAFELSIG - R310 000 NEG

ROCKLANDS - R300 00

NEAT 3 BEDROOM, LOUNGE, SEPERATE KITCHEN WITH BICS, BATH/TOILET, FULLY ENCLOSED WITH SECURITY GATE ADIEL 0788 333 601

TAFELSIG ON KILOMANJARO - 2 BEDS, CARPETS, LOUNGE, FITTED KITCHEN, BATH / TOILET, ALL TILED, GARAGE PARKS 4 CARS, CLOSE TO BUS STOP, LIBRARY, CLINIC & LIBRARY.

2 BEDROOMS, BIG KITCHEN WITH LOTS OF CUPBOARDS, BATHROOM WITH CORNER BATH/TOILET, SPACIOUS GROUNDS, GARAGE, + SECURE PARKING FOR CARS BEHIND SECURE GATES

NOLINE - 0799 574 790 • LUKE - 071 005 3361 • SALMA - 073 096 8934 • DALE - 0822 697 096 • ADIEL - 078 833 3601

Office:

021 393 7456

Email: strandfontein@rawsonproperties.com WAVE CREST R680 000 Neg

BAYVIEW R765 000 Neg

STRANDFONTEIN VILLAGE R545 000 Neg

NEW RELEASE

NEW RELEASE

Prepare for summer! Stunning, big, renov, dream 3 bed home featuring a big lounge with f/place, Mod FFK & bathr, BIC's, Entertainm room with built-in braai, Big pool, Tan remote gar. Tania 084 240 0606

Sought-after neighbourhood! Quiet crescent. Attractive 3 bedr fam home offering a spacious, tiled lounge, open-plan kitch, main bedr ensuite, BIC's, Drivethru Gar, spacious yard. Erica 083 299 9807

Win

Superb Condition. Extremely neat 3 bed family home with Spaciousm / dining area; FFK; 2 beds with laminated floors & BIC’s. Fully paved and enclosed. Randall on 071 6188 421

NEW RELEASE

Available immediately Very neat 3 bedroom, main en-suite, BIC'S, Gas stove. Denver on 083 555 4133

To qualify, all you have to do is instruct us to market your property. When we sell or rent your home, your name will be entered into a lucky draw to win your commission back to the value of R60 000! Competition runs from 1st June 2013 until 31st March 2014. T’s & C’s Apply. For more details contact your Sales Partner now.

021 762 9992 SEAWINDS – R440 000.00- 3 beds with bics, FFK, lounge, fam bath, single garage GRASSY PARK – R950 000.00 - 3 Beds, lounge, d/room, kitchen, fam bath, dbl gar, 3 sep entrances, huge grounds, 864m PORTLANDS – R540 000.00 – 3 beds, bics in 1, O/P FFK, lounge, fam bath with shower over bath PLUMSTEAD – R1,695 000.00 – 3 beds with bics, lounge, d/room, tv room, mes with shower & bath, FFK with scullery/laundry, ent area, kiddies jimmy jungle, maids room, carport for 2 cars, driveway for 4 cars, pool, alarm. Tania – 084 506 4764 THORNTON FLAT – R499 000.00 – Ground floor flat, 2 beds with bics, O/P FFK, lounge, fam bath PORTLANDS - R450, 000.00 - 3 bed corner plot, bics in 2nd bed, FFK, lounge, fam bath with shower, sngl carport in front, dble carport at back. MUIZENBERG – R785 000.00 – 3 beds, bics in 2, FFK, combined lounge & d/room, fam bath, sngl gar Edgar – 078 642 8473 47 ST HELENA BAY PLOTS – R18 MILLION – Do u want to invest in property on the West Coast? 47 plots in prime area close to St Helena Bay Hotel & Police Station. Upmarket area in St Helena Bay, 360 degree view of sea & mountain, total extent of 1.33 hectares. All 47 plots to be sold as one unit. KUILS RIVER – R1,300 000.00 – D/Storey, 3 beds with bics, FFK, lounge & d/room, 2 fam bath, d/gar SOUTHFIELD – R850 000.00 – Townhouse, 4 beds, bics in 3, FFK, lounge & dining room, fam bath Charles – 082 498 4725

www.ceprop.co.za LOG ONTO OUR WEBSITE TO VIEW PROPERTIES www.ceprop.co.za

ange Think Or ATHLONE – R950 000.00 – Business rights, 2 x semi’s with 2 beds each, kitchen, lounge, fam bath KEWTOWN – R379 000.00 – 3 Beds, mes, 2nd bed with basin & toilet, extra bath, O/P kitchen, lounge, d/room, carport, parking area Lauret – 083 479 4196 GRASSY PARK FLAT – R260 000.00 – Ground floor, 2 beds, kitchen, lounge, fam bath, 1 parking, remote access GRASSY PARK FLAT – R200 000.00 – 1st floor, 2 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge RETREAT – R785 000.00 – 3 beds with bics, FFK, lounge, fam bath, big grounds LOTUS RIVER PLOT– R199 0000.00 – Vacant plot, 468m2 GRASSY PARK – R795 000.00 – House subdivided, Each has 2 beds, kitchen, lounge & 2 fam baths, 2 sep outside rooms, wendy house with kitchen, lounge & bed. GRASSY PARK – R785 000.00 – 3 beds, fitted kitchen, lounge, fam bath, very neat 2 bed sep ent, O/P kitchen & lounge, fam bath WESTRIDGE – R339 000.00 – Semi one sided, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, fam bath Alison - 082 462 6700

It's Spring & look who's Blooming! Shop11, Village Square, Southfield Road, Plumstead.

Over 50 Years of Real Estate Excellence

PORTLANDS: R550 000 neg

F/s, 3Beds(2xBics), Lnge cm Drm, F/Bath, S/toilet, Ext. Kitchen, D/Garage, B/Bars, Encl. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

Neat family home, 308m, 3Beds, Lnge, FK, Encl, B/Bars, L/Floors, Garage, Ent. Area. KEITH 084 888 2526

NEW WOODLANDS: R329 999 excl

HANOVER PARK: R220 000 excl

F/s, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, E/Garden, Asbestos roof, Encl. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, Enclosed, Plot 208m, Hse 54m. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

LENTEGEUR: R299 999

WESTRIDGE: R519 999 excl

BOKMAKIERIE: R480 000 excl

WESTRIDGE: R439 999 excl

Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, FFK, F/Bath, Garage, Front Paved, Enclosed JESICHA 073 698 9260

TAFELSIG: R230 000 excl

WESTCAPE VILLAS: R349 999 incl

ROCKLANDS: R309 999 excl

Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, Tiled Kitchen, Storerm, Cemented, Encl, S/Gates, B/Bars CLEO 084 400 0685

F/s, 2Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, Encl, Facade Garage. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Encl, Carport, P(3xCars), B/Bars. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

PORTLANDS: R430 000 excl

Semi, 3Beds, Passage, Lnge, F/place, FK, F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, K(Bics), Tiled Carport, D/way, Encl, B/Bars, Alarm. roof, 220m, Needs TLC, B/Bars, S/Gates. FATGIEYAH 073 632 3889 NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

WOODRIDGE: R449 999 excl

Mais, 3Bedrooms, Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Enclosed, Very big yard. JESICHA 073 698 9260

ON THE BAY: R445 000 excl

BAYVIEW RENTAL R3700pm (incl water)

NEW RELEASE

Our website : www.capeinvestmentproperties.co.za Email: cipprop@gmail.com

F/s, FFK, 2Beds(Bics), B/Bars, Lnge with under floor heating, Encl, Plot 200m. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

COLORADO PANHANDLE PLOT R180 000 UNSERVICED 464m², WITH PLAN FULLY ENCLOSED & R15000 00 FACEBRICK BRICKS @ R3,00 EACH

V i e w m o r e p i c t u r e s o n w w w. r a w s o n . c o . z a / s t r a n d f o n t e i n

MITCHELL’S PLAIN 021 391 2200

Semi, 3Beds, Kitchen, Lounge, F/Bath, Encl, B/Bars, Carport. JENNY 073 247 3815

ROCKLANDS - 450 000 3 BEDROOMS, FF KITCHEN WITH BICS, LOUNGE, BATH/TOILET, CARPORT, FULLY ENCLOSED NOLINE - 0799 574 790

BEACON VALLEY - R290 000 WESTRIDGE - R420 000 PORTLANDS R 450 000 PORTLANDS - R500 000 NEG 3 BEDROOM,BATHROOM/TOILET, FLAT ROOF HOUSE 3 BEDS, VERY NEAT - 3 BEDS, SEPERATE REFURBISHED LOUNGE,KITCHEN, PLUS 1 BEDROOM DININGROOM, SUNKEN LOUNGE, KITCHEN, VERY BIG LOUNGE, FREESTANDING 3 BEDS,FF SEPERATE ENTRANCE, BURGLAR BARS, KITCHEN, FAMILY BATHR/TOILET, BATHROOM/ TOILET, FULLY YARD FULLY ENCLOSED PARKS 3 CARS SECURE KITCHEN ,LAM FLOORS, A ONE SECTION WAS CONVERTED TO FULLY ENCLOSED, YARD FACES PARK BEHIND GATES, 5 MIN WALK FROM BE USED AS A SEPERATE ENT MUST TO VIEW. TOWN CENTRE ON BUS AND TAXI ROUTE.

Everything we touch turns to SOLD

STRANDFONTEIN: R519 000 excl

BAYVIEW R600 000

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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Tuesday, 3 September 2013

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WHAT A DRAG: Llewelyn Lakay struggles to carry a 80kg dummy the required 80m, at the Toughest Firefighter Alive Challenge at the Good Hope Centre on Saturday. The event was designed to test the strength and stamina of the 120 firefighters with several real world scenarios.

HEAVY HITTER: Tracy Whitaker hits the hammer box as part of stage two in the Toughest Firefighter Alive competition at the Good Hope Centre on Friday. Whitaker also had to carry a 80kg dummy 60m and climb a 3m wall as part of the stage.

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BROAD SHOULDERS: Xole Abdool completes the hose drag in the Toughest Firefighter Alive tournament at the Good Hope Centre on Saturday. The tournament saw 120 firefighters from across South Africa compete in four different stages. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

group of cyclists will start a 20-day, 1 400km trek across the country on Sunday to help raise awareness for a new cycling safety campaign. The Pedal Power Association’s (PPA) Toyota Ride for your Life South Africa Tour will see the group start in Johannesburg on Sunday 8 September and make their way through several towns en route to Cape Town. The tour forms part of PPA’s Cyclists Stay Alive at 1.5m campaign, which urges motorists to pass cyclists with a safe berth of 1.5m. PPA chairman Steven Hayward says the organisation hopes the campaign will make motorists take greater care when driving near cyclists. “With the shocking number of cycling-related deaths on our roads in recent times, the launch of the Cyclists Stay Alive at 1.5m campaign in the Western Cape last year created critically important awareness around cycling safety,” he says. “By launching the Ride for your Life South Africa Tour, we aim to expand on the campaign’s success and reinforce safety and tolerance amongst drivers and cyclists on all South Africa’s roads.” The cyclists will make their first tour stop in Bloemfontein on Wednesday 11 September, reach Oudtshoorn on Friday 20 September and arrive in Cape Town on Saturday 28

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Ikeys dominate Durb-Bell LIAM MOSES UCT pulled off a stunning display of counter-attacking rugby to beat DurbanvilleBellville in a Super League A match in trying conditions on Saturday. Heavy rains left the Green Mile cut up and muddy, with the hosts showing incredible skill and patience to come out on top in the 17-13 match. UCT flyhalf Ross Jones-Davies opened the scoring with a penalty in the 10th minute, but Durb-Bell fullback Raymond Oliver levelled the scores just five minutes later. Although UCT dominated territory and possession, the visitors made better use of their chances and took the lead in the 20th minute. Outside centre Vian Rieckert broke through the UCT defence and a subsequent ruck infringement by UCT saw a penalty awarded on the try-line. Morné Minnigke tapped and spread the ball to Inus Keyser, who dived over easily. UCT resumed their dominance when play resumed and were eventually rewarded in the 33rd minute. Right wing Ricjard Stewar finished in the corner

with ease after his forwards had softened up the Durbies defence, while Jones-Davies converted to send his side into half time leading 10-8. Durb-Bell reclaimed the lead in the fifth minute of the second half when poor defence from UCT allowed Raynor Becket to slip in between two tacklers in the 22 and dive over. However, UCT had the last say and scored the best try of the game around the 15 minute. The home side broke from their own half and Luke Bax showed scintillating pace to finish in the left corner. Davies added the extras to hand his side a 17-13 victory. Although the Super League A title has already been claimed by Maties, the victory has seen UCT as possible victors in the race for second place. With a Community Cup spot up for grabs for the highest placed open club (non-university), Durb-Bell will be kicking themselves for dropping points. Green Point’s Hamiltons currently hold second place on the table and will remain above Durbies if they win their final game of the season against Helderberg on Saturday.

SHOT STOPPING: Southern Gauteng goalkeeper Rassie Pieterse (left) pulls off a diving stop against Craig Haley in the final of the BDO Men’s Inter-provincial Hockey tournament.

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