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HOUSING: CONTRACTOR APPLIES FOR BUSINESS RESCUE
Building stutters Building stutters to a grinding halt ON HOLD: A Mitchell’s Plain housing development has been put on ice after the appointed contracting company filed for business rescue in the Cape High Court. LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie
Mitchell’s Plain housing development has been halted after the appointed contracting company filed for business rescue in the Cape High Court. Housing projects in the Western Cape worth hundreds of millions of rands have either been cancelled or put on ice after contracting company Filcon Projects filed for business rescue. The City of Cape Town has since cancelled its contracts with the company. Filcon Projects submitted an application to the Cape High Court on Wednesday 23 April to apply for a business rescue process. The construction of new homes in Mitchell’s Plain have now been halted at Harmony Village. This standstill to hit the R178.9m housing development is the second drawback since the first tenants moved in last year. Violent strike action halted construction in September. Chairperson of the company is South African Saul Loggenberg.
He was barred in the UK from being a company director there until 2024 by the British Insolvency Service, according to The Insolvency Service website. The City of Cape Town is now shifting blame for the appointment of the company. Mayoral Committee member for Human Settlements Tandeka Gqada says the City appointed an implementing agent, which in this case was engineering consultancies Aurecon and Aecom, who were responsible for the development and implementation of the project. “The implementing agent then appointed the construction company, Filcon. The tenders were advertised by the implementing agents using the City’s Supply Chain Management Policy therefore as a guide only,” she says. “Aecom and Aurecon awarded the contracts to Filcon in the beginning of 2013 in accordance with the City’s procurement guidelines. One of the key requirements is a positive credit rating. Filcon had a positive credit rating when the contract was awarded.” Harmony Village is a partnership project between the Department of Human Settle-
ments, the City of Cape Town and the Cape Town Community Housing Company. Unlike government’s RDP model, both government and the beneficiary contribute towards the bond of the homes. Construction began in March last year and was previously scheduled for completion in February. Other contracts between the City of Cape Town and Filcon Projects include the upgrading of council rental units in Hanover Park, Manenberg and Ottery. The upgrading of council properties in Manenberg and Hanover Park have been halted, while the Ottery upgrades are expected to continue. Gqada says: “Discussions are currently underway with the guarantor in order to agree upon a way forward for the appointment of a new contractor. Filcon is still obligated to complete the (Ottery) project and it is expected the business rescue practitioner will address the situation with the City.” Filcon had been forced to apply for business rescue after a host of negative reports, complaints from sub-contractors and pending legal cases, Loggenberg reportedly says.
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“We just don’t have the capital to carry on now. We’re trying to find a solution with the business rescue application.” Mitchell’s Plain Housing Association spokesperson Mariam Essop believes any delay in the delivery of housing is unacceptable. “People have already waited for too long to receive a house. The City needs to finetune their checks and balances to ensure appointed companies can do the job and see the project through,” she says. To qualify for a house at Harmony Village, homeowners had to have a household income of between R3000 and R3500; be a firsttime receiver of a housing subsidy and a first-time homeowner, among others. The development therefore excludes many of the people on the housing waiting list, Essop believes. “The housing system is failing our people. I earned slightly more and therefore did not qualify,” she says. Filcon Projects’ application to the Cape High Court has been postponed until Monday 9 June. People’s Post was unable to obtain comment from Aurecon, Aecom and Filcon at the time of going to print.
PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
EASTRIDGE: WOMAN BLAMES CITY FOR BANANA PEEL SLIP IN FILTHY TOWN CENTRE
Who is going to foot the bill? LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie
n Eastridge woman is set to submit a claim against the City of Cape Town after she slipped on a banana peel and
fell. Eva Hartzenberg’s fall resulted in a broken foot. The 57-year-old woman was making her way through the dark alleys of the Town Centre when she fell. Select pockets of the shopping hub is plunged into darkness after sunset due to a lack of area lighting. Council’s failure to clean the trading precinct regularly has Hartzenberg believing the accident could have been avoided. “The place was in a mess. There was rubbish everywhere. With no lights to help you see where you’re going, it is an accident waiting to happen,” she says. “The place is always in darkness and I have been making my way through the centre for 16 years.” When she fell a bone in her leg pierced through her skin, causing her to cry out in agony on April Fool’s Day. She has since undergone four operations and attends the day hospital every three days for the next month to have her wound dressing changed. “I experience slight pain which is worsened when I visit the doctor and they scratch around in the wound and tend to the dressing,” she says. Hartzenberg worries council is “blindly” upgrading the Town Centre. “They are beautifying the place, but there are still no lights in certain parts. Thousands of commuters make their way through the Town Centre in the early hours of the morning when it is still dark. It is a safety hazard to have inadequate lighting,” she in-
IN PAIN: Eva Hartzenberg has undergone four surgeries after slipping over a banana peel. The Eastridge woman has undergone four surgeries since the freak accident on Tuesday 1 April. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET
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sists. As the sole breadwinner in her home, Hartzenberg believes someone must foot the bill. “I was on my way to the train station for my morning commute to work when I fell. With three people living with me and a water bill of R15 000, I worry about who will pay the bills,” Hartzenberg says. Traders must also be taken to task over the filthy state of the Town Centre, Hartzenberg says. “Traders must take responsibility for the rubbish they leave behind.” However, trader Jasmine Harris says with a shortage of refuse bins for vendors this remains a challenge. “Council needs to supply more bins in conveniently located places to ensure traders can put out their garbage responsibly,” she says. The City failed to respond to questions about the cleaning schedule at the trading hub. It also did not provide any comment with regards to the reported shortage of refuse bins in this vicinity. Meanwhile, Mayoral Committee member for Utility Services Ernest Sonnenberg says the lane in which the incident occurred is lit throughout the night with street lights. “However, vandalism is a serious and ongoing problem in this area and street lights in the Town Centre are sometimes out of order due to vandalism. Cables are replaced as quickly as possible,” he says. Mayoral Committee member for Finance Ian Neilson says anyone is welcome to submit an insurance claim against the City. “All claims must be submitted in writing. Once a claim is received, a full investigation will be done.” If you wish to submit an insurance claim against the City, it must be done within six months of the original date of the incident. You are requested to submit an email or letter which must include the date, time and place of the incident, the nature of the incident, the nature of the damage and a cost estimate to repair or remedy it, the reason why the party considers the City to be liable, as well as contact details for office, home, fax, email and postal addresses. V Claims can be submitted via email to email@example.com. Alternatively post it to The Head: Claims, Insurance Branch, 12th Floor at the Paul Sauer Building, 1 Adderley Street, Cape Town, 8001.
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
LAW ENFORCEMENT: ‘PAID TO SIT AROUND’
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so prevent damage to City infrastructure as well as to address the severe disruption to traffic flow that was a hallmark of a series of protest actions in the area earlier this year.” Highguard Crisis Committee spokesperson Zoraya Petersen previously lauded officers for their presence.
ellite office, there have been no further disruptions as a result of protest action.” While public order policing is the responsibility of the police, the City erected the satellite office in the area to help manage and prevent transgressions of the City’s various bylaws, Bosman adds. “The satellite office was established to al-
aw Enforcement officers at a satellite station on Vanguard Drive are being “paid to do nothing”. Their alleged inactivity has raised the ire of ratepayers and the local ward councillor at a public meeting. The satellite office is stationed near Siqalo informal settlement. Officers have been stationed there to maintain law and order following disruptive protests by squatters on the arterial route. However, concerns were tabled at a meeting about officers “being paid to sit around and do nothing”. At the meeting ward councillor Natalie Bent pointed out that, while campaigning at the R300 and Vanguard Drive intersection, faeces was thrown at a group of DA members. But officers did nothing to intervene, she says. “What is the use of having a satellite office when the officers are just sitting in a van and not reacting to what is happening around them?” Bent asks. At the meeting, which was held in Colorado Park, she expressed her “disappointment”. “I am very disappointed and have sent an email to the relevant officials questioning what the duties of these officers are,” she says. “How are they looking after our roads when they just sit in their van? I don’t believe people should get paid for doing nothing.” She recommended officers be stationed at smash and grab hotspots along Vanguard Drive. City of Cape Town safety and security director Richard Bosman says the officers have been deployed to ensure a static and visible presence as well as to enable an immediate response in the event of further protest action along Vanguard Drive. “The community requested a static presence at the site. In terms of the hotspot referred to, regular vehicle patrols are still continuing in the area,” he says. For operational reasons, he refused to elaborate on the duties of the officers stationed at the satellite office. “What is important is that there is a constant law enforcement presence in the area and that, since the establishment of the sat-
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
ELECTION: EAGER TO MAKE THEIR MARK
’Plain voters head to polls
illions of South Africans have made their mark in the country’s fifth democratic general election. Poll results are expected to be made public later this week, the IEC confirms. People’s Post visited voting stations yesterday to capture the voter experience. Many people say they are “voting for change” and that their vote is their voice. At the time of going to print, concerns about safety at the Siqalo informal settlement were quelled, as voting went off without a glitch. IEC official Geoffery Mamputa says a lot has been achieved with this elections. “I am glad not only about voting, but what
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PROUD: ANC supporters were out in full force at the voting station at Caravelle Primary in Rocklands.
READY TO MAKE HIS MARK: A Siqalo resident approaches the temporary voting station set up at a wholesaler bordering the informal settlement on Vanguard Drive. Friendly IEC officials assisted the voters who were all eager to cast their ballot.
BLUE WAVE: Party agents at a Strandfontein voting station prepare for a long day ahead. Michelle Goodman, Bernie Clarke and Cathleen Jacobs were stationed outside the Bayview Baptist Church. PHOTOS: LAILA MAJIET
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
TAFELSIG: ALLEGED GANG TURF WAR
Teen shot dead in ’Plain LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie
Tafelsig park has turned into a battlefield for gun-toting gangsters, say residents living nearby. Waking up to the sound of gunshots has become the norm for this community, as the area is plagued by violent and bloody shootings. It is understood rival gangs the Fancy Boys and Americans are embroiled in an ongoing drug turf war in this neighbourhood. The latest casualty, a 15-year-old boy, has some residents calling for parents and guardians to offer youth an alternative to a life of crime and grime. Paralysed by fear, residents say they can no longer sit and watch as the lives of the young are lost at the hands of “ruthless gang kingpins”. Shaden van Rooyen was gunned down in Simonsberg Street Park last Tuesday. It is believed he was shot through the mouth. The park is just metres from a known drug den in the same street. Shaden lived with his aunt Lewizieta “Baby” van Rooyen. The woman had reached out for help just days before he was shot. “I had gone to a community worker begging her to help me with him as he was involved with the wrong crowd, but it was too late. Just days after, he was shot and killed,” she says. With tears streaming down her cheeks, she says he was a good boy who longed for a sense of belonging. He had lived with her since he was seven and had recently gotten involved with the wrong crowd. “Hy was ’n stoute kind. Hy het onlangs vir my gesê dat hulle (die gangsters) gaan nog ’n gun in sy bek druk, maar hy het nooit gesê wie hulle is nie,” she says. The aunt believes witnesses know who shot her nephew. “Often people see who is shooting in the area, but no one will report them to the police for fear of their safety.” A family friend who cared for Shaden says she reached out to Shaden’s mother. Getruda Adams says: “I called his mother and told her his life was in danger, but she never came.” Concerned residents are now calling on the community to take back their streets. Tafelsig mother Rozline Michaels (49) says parents have failed their children. “As parents we are responsible for our young and need to keep them so busy that they do not have the time to go and look for something to do,” she says. “We must teach our children what it is to be a good adult, love them and give them the sense of belonging they deserve.” A 38-year-old mother of three, who spoke on condition of anonymity, says innocent lives are meaningless to gangsters. “We can’t even walk to the shop without having to constantly watch over our shoulder.
Sometimes the shootings prevent us from taking our child to school in the morning as we fear being shot,” she says. A resident, who wishes to only be known as Charmaine, says children running riot with guns are holding the community hostage. It is up to the elders living in the community to help them, she believes. “We are not here to criticise and condemn. I want the youth to know our doors are always open to help them. They are not outcasts and must know that using a knife or gun to solve a problem is not the solution,” she says. Another resident, Beatrice Leng, says the park has become known as the “Americans graveyard”. “Many parents know their children are being roped in by the gangsters high up in the ranks, but are covering up for them. Change will not come if things remain this way.” Police spokesperson Zandile Marashula says the teenager was found with wounds to the head. “Seven cartridges and one projectile was found next to his body. Several pieces of (a broken television) was found next to the body. Paramedics later confirmed he had been hit with a sharp object over the head.” The motive is unknown at this stage and police are yet to make an arrest. When People’s Post visited the area, there were high volumes of pedestrian traffic near the drug outlet. Last Christmas a boy, 12, was shot dead near the drug den after buying tik.
PROBLEM PARK: Children play in a Tafelsig park where a 15-year-old boy was gunned down recently, The public facility has become a battlefield for rival gangs. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
Having a ball Champagne toasts and a biker surprise is what Megan Kajol enjoyed on the day of her matric farewell. The 17-year-old Kajol from Norman Henshilwood celebrated her matric farewell at the Cape Town
WESTRIDGE GARDENS: NEWLYWED HAPPY SNAPS
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PARTNERS: Megan Kajol and her matric farewell partner, Fawaaz Hassen.
ESCORTS: Megan Kajol with the White Line Riders.
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V Rondevlei: A protest of the Siqalo informal settlement will he held in Mitchell’s Plain. Residents will gather in the park in Fulham Road at 14:00 before proceeding to Vanguard Drive. Call Zoraya Petersen on 082 632 0176. Monday 12 May V Westridge: Ca Life coaching will host its third of seven free sessions on creating wealth from nothing. The session will be held at the Westridge Civic Centre at 14:00. Discussions include practical ways to generate extra income without having start-up money. Take a pen and notebook. For more information SMS Ms Alexander on 081 539 5710 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday 19 May V Strandfontein: The Strandfontein Depression and Related Disorders Support Group will host its next monthly meeting at the community hall in Cruiser Road at 19:00. An informative talk on learning and behavioural problems in children will be given by Dr Adelbert Scholtz, a counselling psychologist and retired pastor. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting and to join the support group. There is no admission or joining fee. For additional details contact Cathy Matthews on 073 634 8276.
PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
STRANDFONTEIN: CALL FOR BETTER SERVICE
Citizens are getting active
LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie
heirs is a forgotten and neglected community along the False Bay coast. Ignored by council with regard to service delivery. So say Strandfontein residents now at their wits’ end. They are calling on authorities to step up their efforts in addressing the needs of this community. Mobilised by the local ratepayers’ association, a group of residents took to the UNITED: The service delivery march through the coastal village was orstreets on Saturday ganised by the Strandfontein Ratepayers’ Association. The association’s for a service delivery Heather Jacobs and Gaironesa Diedericks were at the forefront of Saturprotest. day’s march. Gaironesa Diedericks of the Strandfontein Ratepayers’ Asso- for years been calling on council to build ciation led the protesters through the a multipurpose centre and other recreational facilities. “The Strandfontein comstreets of the seaside suburb. She says: “Politicians will come and go, munity feels the area is generally short of but the association will always be there to facilities and the land for these facilities is slowly being disposed to developers for address residents’ concerns.” Diedericks called on the community to housing. Developers then squeeze too many unite. “Wake up and realise your lives are dwellings units onto the land,” the association said in a statement. “This also comproat stake.” Valmary-Rose Walters believes there is a mises the potential for the building of fushortage of recreational facilities for chil- ture facilities that are seriously lacking in dren. With many youths turning to drugs the area.” What the community needs is the and gangsterism, there is a great need for development of community facilities before alternatives. “There are no facilities for the development of houses,” the statement youth where they can enjoy extra-mural ac- says. “A bigger medical health facility is greattivities. We have a small community hall where programmes are being held, but far ly needed. The current Strandfontein Clinic too few children are attending,” she says. is severely under strain, taking into acAlbert Barnes is one of the first residents count the current population of Strandfonwho moved into the coastal village in the tein and the surrounding informal settlements. “Strandfontein Library also needs 1970s. Concerned about the lack of infrastruc- to be improved and extended.” Ward councillor Elton Jansen agrees ture in the area, he says it is important the community stands up and demands im- there is a lack of recreational facilities in the area, but believes a march will not get proved service delivery. The pensioner says there are many arm- the community the desired outcome. “When a request for comment on the chair critics who are not willing to go the draft budget is made, the community must distance. “You do not see them at meetings, but make their voices heard,” says Jansen. “I have motivated for Strandfontein to be when something happens then they cry out included in the City’s draft budget. There for help. This needs to change,” he says. Leonard Jacobs, chairperson of the is a definite need for, among others, a multiStrandfontein Ratepayers’ Association, has purpose centre.”
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
It takes 20 years to build a democracy. And, if you believe the doomsday prophets, it also roughly the same time to watch a democracy crumble. The naysayers use other countries in Africa to prove their point. Unfortunately, they may seem more right than not. Liberia, Sierra Leone, Zimbabwe, Egypt and the turmoil in West Africa are prime examples of troubled nations in distress. Tribal or clan infighting over the natural resources of land and minerals are shrouded behind the facade of justified wars over religion, language and culture. Local skirmishes have resulted in nations separated by a visual line drawn in the sand at the hands of warlords. Really, their aim is no different from those of the supposed leaders in the so-called civilised West. They’re all power-hungry and want to amass as much material wealth for themselves while doing precious little to work for any of it. They’re the takers and won’t think twice to force enslavement of women and children in their march on greed to build and feather their ivory towers. These people have many friends as well as enemies ready to pounce upon the same opportunities. Through the actions of such leaders the image of Africa as the perpetual begging bowl is etched in the minds of the West. Our continent is the stepchild of the world, together with others like South America and parts of Asia. South Africa is one of the world’s emerging nations. When then will this economy finally break through and emerge? Will ours remain a developing nation? It is a tiresome cliche and, as the nation joined in the voting queues yesterday to make their mark, it is obviously evident that South Africa has a long way to go to being a nation on the cusp of realising its true potential. Once the numbers are in, politicians should halt the blame game and get on with the work at hand. There is much to do to fix our SA.
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Car guards deserve respect As a Westgate Mall shopper I make sure I always park in the same parking spot. Why? Because I feel it is much safer and convenient for me as I have learned to know the friendly car guard patrolling that area, always with a smile and a greeting. I have just learned that I’m not the only shopper who chose that option because I have observed how he ran, smilingly, to assist a shopper and direct her to where she parked her car. Surprised, I could just smile. These car guards are breadwinners
working in the wind, rain and cold. With no shelter to provide for their families a mere R2 will put a smile on their dial, yet we get the rude shopper, the ones who do not even greet but expect them (the car guards) to be polite and look after their car. If things go wrong they are the first ones to be questioned. Today my friend says: “Mommy, we also deserve to be greeted by the shoppers. Is that to much to ask?” LINN, Westgate
You are a woman of strength The pain gets worse as it cuts through her body her appearance starts changing as her body gets weak she does not recognise herself, the person in front of her looks sick Each day a part of her fades away as she starts reaching her peak. Little by little her hair disappears step by step she faces her fears Tomorrow she’ll be better, surely the sun will be brighter. her burdens might lessen, her pain might be lighter
she has to stay strong and keep on smiling. She shows no sign of pain yet she is dying. her hair is gone, but her upright posture remains. She is beautiful, she is fearless, this women is strong, she is our rock, our guiding light, but seeing her like this, a horrifying sight, hurts us all like a sword in our side. You are strong, the illness you can fight. A woman of strength, a woman of might. Cancer will not win. MEGAN SAMPSON (18) Eastridge
Where have all the coloureds gone? Where have all the coloured assistants gone that used to work at Pick n Pay, Shoprite, Woolworths, Edgars, Fruit and Veg, Clicks, Makro, Checkers, the banks and Social Services? We coloureds are the majority in Western Cape, but the majority of the jobs have gone to the minority of blacks. When there is a building project in Khayelitsha, the blacks demand that they must be the majority (employed) or only people employed there. When there is a project in coloured areas, they also de-
mand to be the majority employed. Affirmative action use the national demographics instead of the provincial demographics and therefore the 70% plus coloureds in the Western Cape are denied jobs and are forced to leave their country of birth and seek employment overseas. This is apartheid in reverse. GEORGE WYNGAARD, Wynberg Letter shortened. – News Ed.
Your SMSes . John Davids, I hope you have not had to deal with teenagers who join gangs or women abused by drug addicts. I am a Pagad member and all we do is have drug merchants and gangsters know they cannot take over our communities. They kill innocent kids in crossfire. Are you happy with that? What are you doing to better your area? You’re bad mouthing people who have the courage to stand up and say ‘no’ to drugs and the killing of our kids. We have had enough! Mrs Hendricks, Lentegeur . My advice to the Westgate Mall shopper would be to learn to know the car guard, always try to park in the same parking bay, be polite, smile and greet those men standing in the rain, wind and cold to earn a living. Keep the change you receive at the till and tip them – they will never be dissatisfied. I always park in the area and I know the guard who patrols that section. He knows his customers. I know that won’t stop the crime, but it could also help. Linn, Westgate . The cartoon published on Thursday 1 May is misleading! An “X” puts a party in, not out. Let’s hope voters are not confused by this cartoon. V Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.
Election: look at party track record The political rhetoric and promises made by political leaders leading up to election day can be confusing and daunting for voters as parties engage in fierce and robust electioneering. We must take seriously the party’s track record in delivering on its 2009 manifesto promises. The ANC: Jacob Zuma = corruption, cronyism, Guptagate and Nkandlagate. The DA: Helen Zille = open opportunity society; and the Western Cape named as the most well governed province in SA. Mark Kleinschmidt, Kenwyn
PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
SERVICE DELIVERY: APOLITICAL ALLIANCE FORMED
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n apolitical civic organisation is set to help Mitchell’s Plain residents hold government accountable and improve levels of service delivery in the area. The United People’s Alliance, an NPO, has established a branch in ward 75 to assist residents with municipal matters and other challenges facing residents. Ward 75 includes Colorado Park, Morgen’s Village, Westgate, Wildwood, Rondevlei Park, Woodlands, Weltevreden Valley, Hyde Park, Philippi and Highlands Village. Chairperson of the organisation, Frank Smith, addressed the community at a recent gathering in Rondevlei. “We don’t have all the answers, but together we can find the solutions. Everyone needs to be mobilised to show they are serious about the challenges facing the community,” he said. “I do not live here. You do. You must come with the solutions and we will assist.” The alliance’s Shafiek Joseph believes with a united voice, more can be achieved. “The more members we have, the stronger our voice and the pressure we can apply on the government. “There is no fee to join and we do not expect anything from you. We just want a strong united voice in ensuring service delivery is upheld.” Anyone can join at no cost, he said. “We are here to help you hold government accountable. We are not a political
party. Ordinary members can be affiliated to any political party. However, the executive need to be impartial and cannot be affiliated to any political party. So, should we decide to take on any political party there is no conflict of interest,” he explained. He said the organisation aims to ensure people’s civil and political rights are protected. “These are a class of rights that protect individuals’ freedom from infringement by governments and private organisations, and ensure one’s ability to participate in the civil and political life of the State without discrimination or repression.” Hyde Park resident of 22 years Seraj Sampson is the chairperson of the newlylaunched branch. He believes the organisation can play a pivotal role in redressing policies which negatively impact the community. “We are faced with many challenges, the greatest being safety. We hope that as an organisation we can find solutions to these problems,” he says. “With no active ratepayers’ association in my neighbourhood there is a definite need for such an organisation.” He encourages all residents to join. “United we can achieve more. I encourage everyone to join and be a part of the solution. We will be arranging community events so residents can get to know each other better and unite in a common goal.” V For more information call the UPA’s ward 75 branch chairperson Seraj Sampson on 073 383 8334 or Frank Smith on 072 966 2389
ON TRACK: The Ward 75 branch of the United People Alliance was established recently to address municipal matters and other challenges facing residents living in this Mitchell’s Plain community.PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Road map for proper bus service Two memorandums were signed on Monday to realise the vision of one ticket, one timetable and one integrated bus service for Capetonians. The City of Cape Town, provincial government and Golden Arrow Bus Services (GABS) signed the memorandums of understanding (MOUs) on working together to establish a world-class, integrated transport system for the benefit of residents and visitors to the city and the broader metro region. Currently different transport services are being managed by different spheres of government. In a statement, council says the aim is to transform this system by locating the management of all operations at local government level so as to enable this integration.
Mayoral Committee member for Transport for Cape Town Brett Herron says affordability and cost competitiveness form an integral part. “As outlined in the first MOU, the City will work with the provincial government through the Department of Transport and Public Works. These departments will provide advice, guidance and support, as well as perform a key oversight role to facilitate the smooth transition,” he says. The second MOU between the City, the DTPW and GABS serves as a departure point for the imminent integration of the GABS and MyCiTi bus services. This is to establish one integrated bus service with unified branding, one timetable and scheduling system linked to the integrated public transport network.
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
CONSUMERS: COST OF ELECTRICITY
How solar geyser rebate debate affects you MICHELLE LINNERT @linnertMB
lectrical geysers may well continue to guzzle up some 60% of household electricity supply as some incentives by Eskom to get more people solar-savvy have been cancelled. The energy supply giant said it has placed its Load Reduction Rebate Programme under review, meaning rebates worth thousands of rands it has been doling out to solarenthusiastic households will be severly curbed. A leading solar products company has since drawn up a petition against the energy giant because of this decision to cut rebates. “In a surprise move, Eskom has terminated the current solar rebate programme, effective from 1 May, with minimal notice to the public, industry and other stakeholders,” said Klint Munton, owners of SunScan Solar Energy Technologies. “This means that all Eskom solar rebates will fall away, in stark contrast to their public image of endorsing, supporting and subsidising more energy-efficient ways of heating water and, in turn, saving electricity,” Munton said. “Eskom’s major campaigns, which have cost millions, warn us to cut back on our usage and urge us to turn off pool pumps, geysers and non-essential appliances. “Despite this, electricity demand still exceeds supply during peak periods, and now Eskom is pulling the plug on their endeavor to save power by their subsidising of energyaware consumers who install power-saving water heaters and geysers,” Munton said. “The question remains that with an electricity grid under severe strain, how is it possible that a programme such as the Load Reduction Rebate Programme can be discontinued?”
Rebate cuts The City of Cape Town, a major Eskom customer, said the rebate cuts only applied to high-pressure solar geysers, and then only if the components used in the making of these geysers have been mostly locally manufactured. “There are new requirements around rebates and high-pressure systems, being that rebates will only apply where production includes 70% locally produced components,” said Sarah Ward, head of the City’s energy department. Ward said there had been little movement regarding the low-pressure systems mostly used in low-cost housing schemes. “The national low-pressure solar water heating programme is on hold. It has been for the past two-and-a-half years,” she said. This is in line with Eskom’s response. The energy giant said the rebates were not cut completely, but are taking a different tack. “The programme is under review to enhance certain aspects such as creating more opportunities to stimulate local manufacture, and the level of rebate,” said Latetia Venter, Eskom’s marketing and communications manager. “The programme will continue, but with changes which are currently under consideration,” she said. “There will be no negative implication to the grid as the subsidy will continue. “Selected areas with low-cost housing consumers will continue to receive low-pressure solar water heating systems for free,” Venter said. There are two popular kinds of solar-powered geysers: one that works with solar tubes, the other with solar flat-plates.
A typical 200F solar tube system for a family of four costs R29 697. The Eskom rebate on this system is R5 865. Thus, in total, it comes down to R23 832. Munton said with financing this amount was repayable over up to five years with a monthly instalment of R998. “One very important point to note – the tubes are only manufactured overseas. South Africa does not have a manufacture facility to make this product,” Munton said. “With Eskom wanting to do away with the rebate on imported products this is going to limit the homeowner to flat-plate technology only. “This becomes problematic when the home owner has a roof orientation which is more than 45° off north. Flat-plates do not perform well when placed on such a roof,” he said. Another problem was the threat posed to local businesses which have bought into the manufacturing of alternative energy. One such business is that owned by David Lipschitz. His company advocates net-metering – an alternative energy solution whereby households generate their own electricity and sell any excess back into the grid. Lipschitz said the rebates were just one way in which Eskom and the government’s approach to alternative energy is putting small manufacturers out of business. “Apparently Eskom has given their solar water heater manufacturers/installers six weeks’ notice that this Load Reduction Rebate Programme is being terminated,” he said. “This has become typical of this government’s approach to localisation and to its incentives and rebates programmes. Many businesses and local jobs and local manufacturing concerns have been created,” he said. “When government willy nilly changes the rules, these local businesses go out of business and international companies fill their place, with an associated loss of localisation, jobs (and) resources.” He said if government would spend money on alternative energy sources to create their own electricity, it would free up enough energy for industry. “Instead of fixing their contracts, Eskom takes out their problems on the poor and the poor investors who have invested in ‘Proudly South African’ only to have the rug pulled out from under them.” Asked what Eskom’s stance on net-metering was, Venter replied: “Both net-metering and solar water heating are important programmes and are not mutually exclusive.”
Petition In the meantime, Munton’s petition against the rebate cut remains. “We will continue to lobby Eskom, regulatory bodies and government to overturn this decision. We urge all South Africans to join the community for change and sign (the) petition to make Eskom aware of how the rebate cuts affect the pockets and shifts mindsets against creating a greener South Africa.” Eskom’s response to the petition was brief: “Eskom is not intending to close the programme.” Ward said the City would continue to support local solar products manufacturers. “This is supported in the City’s water heater programme. The City has accredited solar water heater service providers in order to allay people’s fears about the quality of products,” she said. “Households can visit www.savingelectricity.org.za to obtain quotes from accredited service providers.” V View SunScan’s petition at https://secure.avaaz.org/ en/petition/Phindile_Baleni_CEO_of_NERSA_Petition_Eskom_to_keep_the_Solar_Rebate_for_ALL_products/?wMnMphb V Visit Lipschitz’s blog at http://mypowerstationsa.blogspot.com/
THE BEAUTIFUL GAME: The Cape Town Games, organised by the City of Cape Town’s Department of Sport, Recreation and Amenities drew an enthusiastic crowd in Mitchell’s Plain. The action on the soccer field at the Swartklip Sports Ground did not disappoint as teams battled for top spot. The games aimed to encourage mass participation in physical activity. Participants were selected from the various recreation hubs and community centres across the city. Children battled for the title of champion in, among others, table tennis, pool, dominoes, chess, soccer and netball. PHOTO: CITY OF CAPE TOWN
Living his American dream LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie A Strandfontein teenager is living his dream of jetting off to a foreign country and loving every moment. Zaheer Abrahams, a Spine Road High pupil, is one of four teenagers from the Western Cape to have been chosen for the American Field Services exchange programme. Having been in America for nine months, he longs to see the familiar faces of family and friends. “I truly miss my family and friends as it’s been just over nine months since we’ve seen each other. I also miss the beaches and the food mostly,” he says. But this teenager is cherishing every moment of being abroad. The schooling system OUT AND ABOUT: Strandfontein resident and Spine Road in America is vastly dif- High pupil Zaheer Abrahams at the Statue of Liberty while ferent to what Abrahams on his year-long American Field Services exchange prois accustomed to on home gramme. PHOTO: SUPPLIED soil. “I attend Sandy Creek High School in youth. “While it is not that much different to Georgia. We don’t have to wear a uniform and the school rules are completely dif- home, the glaringly obvious difference is the lack of public transport and the fact ferent,” he says. Referred to as a “melting pot,” America there are no beaches nearby.” With many golf courses in the neighwelcomes people from different countries, races and religions all hoping to bourhood, many people drive around in find freedom, new opportunities and a golf carts, Abrahams adds. Highlights of his stay in America inbetter way of life, which Abrahams is exclude travelling to NYC, visiting Times periencing and enjoying. “Freedom of expression is what most Square, the Statue of Liberty as well as US schools pride themselves on. I’ve had the 9/11 Memorial. “Also performing at Carnegie Hall in the opportunity to express myself for who I truly am. I’m taking completely differ- New York, where artists such as Beyoncé ent courses such as music and chorus. It have performed, was one of my greatest is really nice as there are lots of friendly highlights. I performed there with my people at my school who have helped me school chorus and choirs from all over become the person I am today,” he ex- the US and Canada,” he beams. Three of the four pupils are from Spine plains. Abrahams also speaks fondly of his Road High. The other is from Somerset High. host family. American Field Services Interculture “I’m staying with an African American family. My host parents are in their late South Africa was formed in 1958 and is 50s and I have two host siblings,” he says. a volunteer, non-profit organisation that “My host sister is 26 years old, my host promotes and facilitates intercultural brother 24. I am the only child at home learning and awareness through exas my host siblings live and work in New change programmes and other learning York City (NYC). They’re a great loving activities. The exchange programme allows family who has been taking great care of South African pupils the opportunity to me.” Living in Georgia, a small town just an live in a foreign country and learn about hour from the city of Atlanta, has not new cultures, and possibly a new lanbeen without its challenges for this guage.
PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
Funds for hospitality students Deen Hopcraft, a third-year student at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s Granger Bay Hotel School, has a bursary to cover his 2014 tertiary tuition through the proceeds of its annual golf day. The R20 000 will be paid over to the school to cover his third and final year. V Visit www.fedhasa.co.za.
Hospitality and tourism students can turn to the Federated Hospitality Association of South Africa (Fedhasa) Cape for help. Studies cost a pretty penny and Fedhasa is stepping in to strengthen the industry. Hospitality management, together with tourism, contributes a significant portion to the economy.
HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT MUNICIPAL PLANNING BY-LAW The City of Cape Town is in the process of drafting a Municipal Planning By-law. This By-law will give effect to the municipal planning function allocated to municipalities in terms of Part B of Schedule 4 of the Constitution. It also gives effect to certain requirements set in the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act, No 16 of 2013, which was assented to on 2 August 2013 and the Land Use Planning Act which was assented to on 31 March 2014, both of which are expected to come into effect during the year.
GOING GREEN: The annual Global Cannabis March was held on Saturday 3 May. Hundreds of supporters flocked to the Cape Town CBD in solidarity with other groups as they continue the fight for the legalisation of marijuana. Activists who want to see the legalisation become a reality wants the plant to serve medicinal, religious and recreational purposes. The march was the third of its kind held in Cape Town. PHOTO: CHEVON BOOYSEN
The City of Cape Town Zoning Scheme Regulations, approved in terms of section 9(2) of the Land Use Planning Ordinance, No 15 of 1985, will become a schedule to the Municipal Planning By-law and called the City of Cape Town development management scheme. In terms of section 17 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments, recommendations and input to the municipality from 9 May 2014 up to and including 24 June 2014.
WATER SAFETY: GEARING UP FOR SUMMER 2015
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spiring lifeguards can now receive free training. The City of Cape Town is providing free training to all interested individuals, which will equip them for water safety jobs at council pool facilities or in the private sector in the future. The training sessions, which started in April and will end on Friday 6 June, are being held at the Long Street Swimming Pool every Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 to 13:00. “These training sessions will give the City a bigger pool of skilled and trained candidates to choose from when the recruitment of lifeguards starts later this year. This programme also provides many interested candidates with useful skills which they can use in applying for water safety-related jobs in the private sector. We encourage people to participate in these sessions,” says Mayoral Committee member for Com-
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PERFECT STARTER HOME! 2 bed home + FFK, BIC’s; Carport for 3 cars; Full bath + shower; B/Bars & gates; Neat backyard. Ph Tania 084 240 0606
Freestanding 3 bed family home + Fitted Kitchen, Fam bathroom; Spacious yard. Asking price: R475 000 Ph Bradley 076 648 8757
FREESTANDING 3 bed home + FFK; Tiled lounge; Lam floors & BIC’s; B/Bars & gates fitted; Daily security in complex. Asking price: R480 000. Ph Randall 071 6188 421
FREESTANDING 3 bed home + 2 Sep entrances; Garage for 6 cars; Modern FFK; Huge grounds; Asking price: R850 000 Ph Tania 084 240 0606
FREESTANDING 3 bedroom home + Double Garage; Lounge + fireplace; FFK + dining area; MES; Huge grounds. Ph Emsily 084 964 9515
2 Bedroom home, Spacious extended Lounge; Fitted kitchen; Close to amenities and transport. Asking price: R320 000 Ph Emsily 084 694 9515
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PEOPLE'S POST | MITCHELL'S PLAIN Thursday, 8 May 2014
Selling Houses Creating Homes
Fazloodien Abrahams ‘cell: 082 495 8989 tel: 021 391 4203
R129 000 Lavender Hill Plot 196m2 Service Plot Available. Fareed 082 959 2301
R250 000 New Eastridge Enclosed 3 Beds House with a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Garage & Car Port + Aluminium Windows. Fareed 082 959 2301
R450 000 Woodlands Freestanding 3 beds with a Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath + Shower. In a Quiet Cul de Sac. Neesa 082 786 4629
R359 000 Seawinds Enclosed Semi Detached 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom and Parking x4. Gadija 082 823 1801
R509 000 Portlands Freestanding 3 Beds House with a Lounge, F.Kitchen & Garage Parking x2 Cars. Candice 071 156 5672
R419 000 Cafda Village Fully Enclosed 4 Beds House with Lounge, Dining Rm, Kitchen, Fam Bath & Garage Parking x1 Car. Gadija 082 823 1801
R210 000 Tafelsig Semi Detached 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking for 1 Car. Shariff 082 781 2903
R165 000 Cash Only Tafelsig R495 000 Strandfontein 2 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, 3 Beds House with Sep-Entrance + Garage. A Real fix me upper Fam Bathroom & Parking x4 Cars. bargain. Yusriy 078 606 5362 Fareed 082 959 2301
R339000FlatRetreat(ThePines) 2 Bed Flat with BIC, F.Kitchen, Lounge, Fam Bath. Close to All Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801
R69 000 Malmesbury Plot 590 m2 Plot Available in Chatsworth Malmesbury. Neesa 082 786 4629
R150 000 Montrose Park Cash Only Fully Enclosed 2 Bedroom House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Ample Parking.Fazlyn 073 184 2535.
R400 000 Highlands Estate 3 Bedroom Incomplete Structure House in a Nice Quiet Area. Gadija 082 823 1801
R250 000 Beacon Valley Maisonette 3 Bedroom House with a Kitchen, Fam Bath and Tiled Lounge. Venetia 084 227 1412
R420 000 Portlands 2 Beds House with a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Laundry, Remote Garage with Lots of Parking – Shariff 082 781 2903
R380 000 Woodridge Fully Enclosed 3 Beds Home with a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath & Parking x4 Cars. Yusriy 078 606 5362
R679 000 London Village 4Beds House With a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath. Close to All Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801
R1 850 000 Newfields D/Storey Home,F.F.K, Braai Area & Pool, Laundry Room. 3 SepEntrances. Shariff 082 781 2903
R749 000 Strandfontein 3 Beds with BIC, Lounge, Dining Room, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath + Sep Toilet, Garage Gadija 082 823 1801
R790 000 Belgravia 3 Beds with En-Suite, F.Kitchen, Lounge + Fire Place, Fam Bath, Garden, Garage. Gadija 082 823 1801
R650 000 Weltevreden 6 Beds House, Lounge, Dining Room, Laundry, F.Kitchen, 3 Bath. Incomplete. Fareed 082 959 2301
R260 000 Eastidge 3 Bedroom Maisonette with a Lounge, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath and a Big Yard. Fareed 082 959 2301
R220 000 Roosendal Delft 3 Bedroom House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom and Big Grounds. Fareed 082 959 2301
R200 000 Delft 1 Bedroom House with Shop. Or House only for R130 000. Fareed 082 959 2301
Shaamiel 084 339 6285
Gadija Candice Yusriy Neesa 082 823 1801 071 156 5672 078 606 5362 082 786 4629
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C A L L U S F O R A F R E E VA L U AT I O N O N Y O U R P R O P E R T Y ! ! ! Astrid 072 170 2087 Bayview – R530 000: 3beds, f/f kitch, lounge, f/bath +en-suite, garage, f/ enclosed. Westgate – R520 000: 2 beds, dining room and lounge, f/f kitchen, entertainment area, dble garage Brian 083 726 2156 Seawinds – R445 000:CASH BUYERS ONLY!!! 4 bed dbl storey, lounge, dining room, f/f kitch, 2 x baths, carport for 3 cars. Muizenberg – R655 000: Modern 2 bed dbl storey in security complex, lounge ,dining room, f/ kitch, f/bath. Burt 072 936 7316 Lost City (Honolulu) – R140 000: 2 beds, kitchen , f/bath, lounge with laminated flooring. Westridge – R599 000: 5beds, f/bath + en- suite, lounge, kitch, dining room, dble carport. Tafelsig – R350 000: 3 beds, f/f kitch, extended lounge,f/bath, tandem garage, park 3 cars. Andre 083 669 3728 Eastridge – R280 000:Neat 2bed semi, with carport, parking 2 cars, f/enclosed. Lentegeur – R359 000: 3beds,f/f kitch, lounge + dining room, f/bath, parking 2 cars. Lentegeur – R340 000: 2beds, f/kitch, f/bath, lounge + d/room, garage. Montrose Park – R350 000: 2 beds, kitch, lounge, f/bath, 1 bed, granny flat, parking 3 cars. Morgenster – R400 000: 3beds with main bics, f/kitch, lounge, f/bath, parking 5 cars, f/enclosed.
Gustav 076 822 9044 Beacon Valley(Chevrolet) – R265 000: Large extended 3beds A Must to View. Lentegeur -R450 000: 3beds, lounge, f/kitch, f/bath, entertainment area, dble garage. Rocklands – R450 000: 3 beds, f/kitch, lounge, f/bath, garage, fully enclosed. Colorado Park – R520 000: 2beds, f/kitch, lounge, f/bath, f/enclosed. Riana 071 769 9258 Strandfontein R749 000: 3 bed home in Frigate rd with lounge, dining, f/kitch, garage. Woodlands R380 000: Freestanding 3 bedroom, lounge, kitchen and bathroom + garage (opp Princeton High) Eastridge R280 000 : Neat 3 bed home with lounge kitchen and bathroom and enclosed carport. Nicole 073 458 7063 Tafelsig (Nadouberg): R220k : Large freestanding 3 bedroom home. Westridge – R480 000: 3beds, lounge, f/f kitch, bics, entertainment area, Jacuzzi and built in
WESTRIDGE R540 000
Neat 3 bed en-suite with bic, f/kitch, lounge, dining room, parking 2 cars.
Andre 083 669 3728
Zelda 083 659 1429
MONTCLAIR R650 000
braai. Westridge – R380 000.NEG: 3beds, lounge, f/bath, dining room, kitch, f/enclosed. Zelda 083 659 1429 Woodlands – R399 000: 3 bed with bics, f/f kitch, tiled lounge, bath, sep toilet, garage for 2 cars. Bayview – R560 000: 3beds, lounge, f/f kitch, f/bath, garage, f/enclosed, parking for 3 cars. Montclair – R650 000: 3beds, 2 baths, f/f kitch, lounge, granny flat, 1bed, lounge, f/bath.
“AGENTS NEEDED IN ALL AREAS CALL OUR OFFICE FOR A CONFIDENTIAL INTERVIEW”
BAYVIEW R650 000
3beds,f/kitch, lounge, dining room, f/bath, sep toilet, park 2 cars, f/enclosed.
SEA CREST – R680 000
Neat 3beds, 2 baths, f/f kitch, lounge, granny flat, 1bed, lounge, f/bath.
Neat 3 beds, en suite, f/kitch, lounge, garage, parking 3 cars.
Zelda 083 659 1429
Nicole 073 458 7063
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GENERAL & HOME SERVICES
HOME IMPROVEMENTS INTERIOR .
EASTRIDGE CHURCH OF CHRIST GOSPEL CAMPAIGN! THEME: MAN’S PROBLEM AND GOD’S SOLUTION! TOPICS AND SPEAKERS! 11 May 2014: 09h00 - What is Man’s Greatest Problem? Rohan Jones. 11 May 2014: 17h00 - Can Anyone Be Saved? Rohan Jones. 12 May 2014: 19h30 - The Nature of Sin! Gordon Wells. 13 May 2014: 19h30 - What is God’s Solution for Sin? Jim Gordon. 14 May 2014: 19h30 - What Hinders You From Obeying The Gospel? Mervyn Pasqualle. Humanity has one problem in common i.e. sin! (Rom.3:23) The consequences of sin are severe, separation from God (Isa.59:1-2) and spiritual death (Rom.6:23). The end result is eternity in Hell! Thanks be to God for He has provided for us a solution! That which saves us is the Gospel of Christ (Rom.1:16) and can be found only in Jesus Christ our Lord! (Acts 4:12) So please come and join us as we discuss in depth Man’s Problem and God’s Solution! Where: Eastridge Church of Christ, cnr 6th Ave and Klipspringer Street, Eastridge, M/Plain. When: May 11th to May 14th 2014 Time: Sunday 09h00 & 17h00, Monday through Wednesday at 19h30 For more info please contact: Gordon Wells (Minister) 021 397 5360 (o) 072 025 1023 (c)
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DRIVING SCHOOLS 1417
TORQUE DRIVING ACADEMY
FREE car hire with every 10hrs package ! (t&c apply) Manual / Auto All areas with free pick up & drop off. TRUCKERS! Now offering Code 10 too!
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R130 per hour
5H Package - R 650 10H Package - R1 200 ex-Traffic Officer, Reliable, Patient, All Areas, 14 years experience, Affiliated to all traffic offices
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DR SHARIF . Fortune teller . Magic wallet or stick . Bring back lost lover . Palm reading GRASSY PARK BUSY CORNER PH 071 918 0760
Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021-371 8917 / 07213718917
BE INSPIRED Earn cash now ! Part or full time Selling Tupperware. Narriman 084 4147 444 or 021-637 5932 Zainoe 084 5 300 300 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
. JUMPING CASTLES for hire. We deliver. Ph 083 377 5564. .
JUMPING CASTLES, kiddies tables & chairs and generators for hire. Ph 071 812 1151 or 072 025 0554
CATERING & VENUES .
BESSICK HIRING Cutlery & Crockery Linen, tables, chairs and covers, etc Ph (021) 374 3786 or Joan 079 468 8616/ Leon 083 660 3495
. CATERING SUPPLIES 021-696 2394 or 084 588 0686 Plastic chairs R2. Round Table: 10 seater R10 Long Table: 10 seater R10. CHAIR COVERS FROM R3 Round table cloth XL R15 Long Table Cloth XL: R12 Organzas: From R2. We Deliver & Collect .
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Crockery, cutlery, glassware linen, backdrops, tables, trestles also Jumping castles & kiddies chairs
DECOR Backdrop poles & curtains. 021 396 2526/082 212 8949
. HOUSE OF HIRING Call us for your hiring needs plus kids party items. 021-371 1588 / 082 503 9026
. ICE CUBES & BLOCKS for sale. 100 Ruth Rd, Rylands. 021-638 7394 .
L & F HIRING Crockery, cutlery, glassware & linen @ 10c p/item. Ph 021371 7229/072 443 6695
. MOUNTVIEW HIRING for all functions. Ph 021-692 2497 or 072 854 3966 .
. AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. Ph 079 491 4440 . HIRE A CASTLE from R150. Kiddies Chairs, tables & linen. Ph 021-6963791/ 0842091313 . JUMP 4 JOY castle hire. Ricky on 073 268 7546 . JUMPING CASTLES & Waterslides Ph 021-704 0859, 083 281 7930 .
JUMPING CASTLES & AMUSEMENT HIRE. CALL SHAN 074 137 3388
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WOMAN HERBALIST MARIAM Help with all problems. Athlone 078 119 2924 021 838 2737
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LOANS R3 000 - R150 000 Blacklisted welcome Garnishees welcome 078 505 7696/073 5882934 Fax: 086 511 8277
. PROF HAKEEM Powerful Prof Who never failed Help poor people. Expert to put money in account no matter how big problem is in only 30 minutes 074 990 0301 .
. CAMERAMAN for Weddings, Birthdays and Events. 082 738 1166 /021-372 6950
A Woman Herbalist HAWA Pay after job is done * Relationship problems * Bring back lost lover * Love potion * Financial problems * Clean bad luck Call 078 621 5335 Promenade, M/Plain
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24/hrs: 078 221 0193 .
LOANS We come to u. 021-558 6648 /082 957 3251
DJ with Sound & Karaoke Call 083 747 3304
Cassiem the Healer Magic wallet Financial problems 073 190 8882
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(6x3)- R6 500 CASH!!! Call 082-621-4441 021-393-5475 .
BUILDING MATERIAL 1610
. 5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE PH: 021-397 1501 or 082 709 6443 .
A BARGAIN BLOCK: 190, 140 & 90 021-374 2053 021-692 1209 083 384 7144 .
A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, MAXIS, SAND, STONE, CEMENT R75.00 DEL BEST PRICES 021-703 3121 021-704 3636 021-391 6330
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SMS or send "please call me" 082 301 7856 Ph 0860 105 546
190, 140, 90 sand, stone, grit, cement we also do 10 m3 deliveries
021 - 376 6364 079 - 464 4302
Awaiting Pension/ Provident/Package payouts Get Cash Today!! Ph/Sms/Pcm Latifah 076 833 6676
MATHS Individual tutoring. All hours incl weekends 80/hour Contact 071 1737 138
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STOP SUFFERING!!! Mama Amina & King Omar Specialist *Troubled Marriages *Financial problems *Magic wallet / ring *Men & women clinic *Remove badluck & evil SMS your problem to: 061 476 9407
Are u waiting on a Pension/ Provident/ Package / Lumpsum Payout? Cash same day. Sms/Call: Chantal 076 886 7655
F. RIYAZI FORTUNE TELLER 021 828 9985
TRAINING & EDUCATION
5 ,& 4 , HOTELS, BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES . B/LISTED WELCOME! - LOANS URGENTLY NEEDS up to R100 000. Call / send .20 Receptionists/ ID no to Ursula 071 833 9674 / Fax 086 768 5601 Office Admin Staff .30 Cashiers . .20 Barmen PERSONAL .30 Waitrons 1460 .20 Porters .10 Data Capturers . ARE YOU drowning in debt? I can help you. Ph Shamiela after . 10 Cruize ship staff 7pm on 076 182 4985 . 8 Flight attendents/ Cabin crew . .50 Cleaners/House“Hereby an urgent appeal keepers for Nathanio Smith. Visit us at Please contact Social Wor112 Loop Street ker Blanche Engelbrecht on 1st Floor, Cape Town, 021-913 8224, regarding or call an urgent family matter.” 021 424 5949 021 820 3682 . 078 062 1672 PHOTOGRAPHY . & VIDEOS
PROF ABDUL * One day special prayer * Financial problems * Relationship problems * Unfinished jobs 078 947 1018
HEALER MUSA PAY AFTER PROBLEM IS SOLVED * Financial problems *Evil spirits * Troubled marriages *Clean homes *Love problems Consultation fee: R50 Town Centre, M/P Call 078 669 2840
DR ALIE * Troubled marriages *Love problems *Financial problems * Natural healing of health problems Mitchells Plain Ph/sms 073 373 0002
. DEBT CONSOLIDATION Up to R230 000. Blacklisted, bad credit record welcome Office 605, 18 Lower Burg Str, Cape Town % 021 837 1578 email@example.com .
DO YOU NEED HELP? Is your house going to be repossessed? I will buy your home. And advance you money. Ph: Riyard on 083 420 8989
Ph Shaheed 021 374 7104 / 082 227 8968
078 415 6792
CHIEF NAMBAGA * Financial problems *One day special prayer * Marriage problems * Unfinished jobs 060 444 8325
COLORADO HIRING 1400
CHIEF Troubled marriage. Love & Financial problems Mitchells Plain, Athlone Call: 078 288 5715
. BOND PROBLEMS From arrears to auctions Water & Electricity Off? We can HELP, Financial & Legal Aid No false Promises, Just Results Toll Free 0800 204 987 or 082 991 0729 .
Grassy Park, Opposite Build-It
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ABBA BLOCKS 190's, 140's & 90's and cement. Ph 021-705 5886 or 021-706 4116 Free Delivery!
AFRI BLOCKS 190 & 140's Sand & Stone Call 021 - 393 0661/ or 073 186 2991 (a.h.) .
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1620
. All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021-371-5362
14 10 CLASSIFIEDS CLASSIFIEDS .
Ronald George Electrical Installations and Maintenance
Tel: 021-705 5922 Cell: 083 311 7195
WANTED TO BUY 1675
. AA's BUYS good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021-374 6060 or 083 948 2804 .
GENERAL & HOME SERVICES .
CARPETS/CURTAINS/ UPHOLSTERY .
A&G CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021-391 3483 OR 072 906 1796
. MARK'S CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Lounge suites, carpets etc Ph Nikki 082 489 2592 Mark 076 052 4806 or 021-371 5277
BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION 1801
. A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 611 3627. .
&! &! & & .
ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & DOORS Supplied & fitted. Chris 082 570 5686 021 - 638 5292 PAVING SLABS AND VIBRACRETE
Fridge Regassing on all types fridges. All jobs done at clients home. Ph 081 810 7864
021-705 4652 / 073 113 4221
VIBRACRETE & PAVING SLABS ON SPECIAL! PH: 083 273 6083 .
BUILDING PLANS 1802
. BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs and alterations. Ph 072-695-9738 .
DOOR HANGING SPECIALIST For all types of Doors. Ph Jody on 081 310 7542
. SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021-392 2894, 073 293 3952 .
18 Linaria Crescent Silvertown
AVON REPS NEEDED 078 888 1608
HOLIDAY & TRAVEL
021 633 1802 083 486 5394
. WE DO REPAIRS On all appliances Regassing done on all types of fridges @ R180 Tel: 078 212 8078 10 Months Guarantee!
FREE WATER Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge. Improv your existing wellpoint. Ph 021-637 5677 or 021-702 3888 / 072 825 9586
Glass Suppliers, Aluminium Doors & Windows Supply & Fit - We beat any written quote. Faldeelah 021 397 2630 or 072 669 3599 HOME IMPROVEMENTS INTERIOR .
DSTV/TV/DVD SERVICES 1807
DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2299. Service call repair charge of R150.
083 288 2757
. VIBRACRETE AND EXTENSIONS Ph: 074 321 9215 / 021-820 4384 . VIBRACRETE Walls, Paving, Plastering, Carports. Ph (021) 392 1433 or 083 539 5478 .
MR FIX IT For all maintenance like: bathroom renovations, plumbing, tiling and installing of geysers, etc. % Ridley on 071 349 4741 / 021-371 2231 BE BLESSED
All ELECTRICAL Work Domestic & commercial Call: 021 374 8291 / 072 078 0918
. ALL APPLIANCES repaired & Fridge regassing & Electrician For a free quote. % Angelo 073 664 3532 . FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! % 076 164 0700
. REGISTERED ELECTRICIAN Namely prepaid meters, plugs, geysers, stoves, lights etc. Ph Jody on 081 310 7542
For all your plumbing needs as well as Certificates of Compliance, Call Frank - 082 354 4076 Qualified & Registered All workmanship guaranteed!!
. PLUMBING repairs & installations. Call Angelo 073 664 3532 .
SWIMMING POOLS 1867
. CLEAN & MAINTAIN POOLS. Ph 083 494 3939 or 021-836 8208 .
TRANSPORT & STORAGE . FURNITURE REMOVALS Ph 0786113627.
GARAGE DOORS R4500 R1200 SECTIONAL OVERHEAD
INCLUDES: - SINGLE DOOR - HARDWARE - MOTOR AUTOMATE YOUR - 2 REMOTES DOOR FOR R2200
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25 Reps/ Salesmen needed/Trainee Managers To start immediately. Own car a must, no exp Full training/ App set by company R12 000 to start comm./ incentive / Bonuses Phone or SMS name/ age and area to: 072 623 0516
BEACON VALLEY - R295 000 Semi 3 beds, f/kitch, fam bath. Ph Shireen 082 5055402
Buying or Selling,
Call me first. Let my service delight you. Ronel 083 772 1113 Skyvue Properties skyvueproperties98@ gmail.com
CALL TO BE EMPLOYED NOW 20 Housekeepers /cleaners, 13 Cashiers, 16 porters 10 data capturers, 8 waitrons, 12 bartenders 11 Call centres, 16 Bank tellers, 5 Cruise ship attendants, 7 flight attendants, 8 Receptionists 17 Heerengracht Street, Pier House, 7th Floor, office 701, Next to Park Inn Hotel Cape Town Call: 021 828 2416 / 081 8277 046 /079 485 5896
For appointment Call Aileen 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply
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We offer: Basic Salary Commission Allowance
HOUSES FOR SALE
. AA vibracrete garages, vib walls & raise it Ph 072 425 5111 . ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. Ph 021-691-1936 or 084-921-5364
. TILING + Laminated floors R50/sqm. Ph 084 978 9175 .
No experience needed Free training provided No vehicle needed!
CEMENT R75.00 Del.
SALES JOBS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Let us help you to achieve your earning potential!
ENGINE OVERALL, R2 000. Clutch overalls, R950. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. Call 021-376 6014/ 078 875 4394
& automation. 0765230306
A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, SAND, STONE BEST PRICES
When you train with us for two weeks in: -Call Centre -Data Capturing -Office Admin ** Job Placement after Training*** Deposit fee of R500 Visit 68 Bree Street, 2nd Floor,Cape Town, Office 204 Call : 021 424 1230 / 1 or 084 267 1014 or 072 381 6878
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SALES & MARKETING
RELAXING BOAT AND PLANE TRIP TO DURBAN IN JAN 2015 Contact Uncle Ike: 021-927 1920 083 459 5863
BLINDS & CURTAINS All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. Ph021-3718627 or 082 516 0030
. A SPECIAL CARPET CLEANING SPECIAL 3 Bdrms for R340, 6 Seater Couches for R340, Beds, Curtains & Cars. Contact Rob 079 248 4296 Web: specialcarpetcleaning.co.za E-mail: robertfenyes2013@ gmail.com .
Garden Maintenance Tree Felling Plot Clearing Contact: 073 492 3255 or 021-6971460
25 Reps/ Salesmen needed To start immediately. Own car a must, no exp Full training/ App set by company R12000 to start comm./ incentive / Bonuses Phone 021 510 0095 or SMS name/ age and area to: 072 623 0516
. FREE INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER COURSE Data Capture Typing Word Excel IT Int. Email CV. Pay 4/wbk. 021-683 8875 & Call Centre, Tele skill, Office Accounting At Kenilworth Centre Mall
TOURS & ACTIVITIES
. GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accomodation, 6 & 8 sleeper from R1 000 p/night % 079 522 4309 www.weekendescape.co.za .
GARDEN & IRRIGATION
HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXTERIOR
. 24/7 FRIDGE REGASSING Ph 073 4808 444 .
. ADMIN. CLERKS Needed for data listing work. SMS full name/address 081 537 0801 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org .
. ALL BUILDING plans drawn up and submitted to council. % 0217016276 or 082 863 9133 .
TV/HI-FI REPAIRS MICROWAVES
EASTRIDGE R250000. (INCOME NEEDED R9000) A very well maintained 3 Bed Maisonette. Opp Primary School in vicinity of various churches and mosque. Easy transport. CALL 073 500 8410 Callie Gordon
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CT installed themselves as early season Super League A title favourites with a fourth comprehensive victory last weekend. The Ikey Tigers are the only side to have played more than one game and taken maximum points from all, and currently top the league standings. They launched straight into their Super League A campaign after winning the Varsity Cup, with the momentum serving them well. The Tigers kicked off the campaign with a 49-22 demolition of Tygerberg at Florida Park, before thrashing NNK 64-28 at the Jan Burger Stadium, cruising past Kuils River 38-12 at the Green Mile and pummelling Primrose 49-11 at Rosmead on Saturday. The bonus point victories means UCT have a points total of 20 and lead secondplaced Victorians by five points. However, their toughest test so far comes on Saturday in the form of rivals Stellenbosch University – also unbeaten after three
matches. They are currently in third place on the log with 14 points. UCT beat Maties both home and a away in the Varsity Cup this year, and the Maroon Machine will be itching for revenge. Maties will have to improve on their last showing, a narrow 19-18 win against top tier newcomers False Bay at home on Saturday. Both UCT and Stellenbosch will also be in action on Wednesday 14 May, facing SK Walmers and Helderberg respectively. Hamiltons are also expected to put in a strong challenge for the Super League A title this season after a promising showing at the Community Cup. The Sea Point side finished third, losing just once during the tournament. South Africa’s oldest club edged Victorians 31-28 in their opening game last Saturday and can be expected to pull off another win away against Kuils River this weekend. SK Walmers will travel to face Helderberg in their fifth game of the season, looking to pick up their third victory. Meanwhile, False Bay will host Belhar in their fourth game and be looking to secure their third win of the season.
BROUGHT TO THE GROUND: Primrose RFC’s Thandikosi Geleba (left) is tackled by UCT’s Jason Klaasen (right), as wing Ghafoer Lucan jumps out of the way. The Super League A match was played at Rosmead Sports Ground on Saturday and finished with UCT winning 49-11. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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CLUTCHING ON: Dangerous Heroes FC goalkeeper Malisa Sinoxolo (left) collects a cross as Spurs FC player Caryn van Ryneveld challenges during a Sasol League match at William Herbert Sport Complex on Saturday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
HEADED CLEAR: Oasis FC’s Akhona Mali (left) and Evertonians FC player Peter Valensky jump to contest a header during a South Peninsula LFA under-17 league match at Rooikrans Sport Complex in Grassy Park on Saturday. Oasis won 3-1.PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
Mondale High School took first place on the Mr Price High Schools’ League table on Saturday after securing one of the tournament’s biggest ever victories. The defending champions, perennial title contenders and powerhouse of Western Cape schools’ football, sent out a warning to any and all challengers with a 10-1 win over Oval North High. Mondale beat Spine Road High 2-1 in their opening fixture at the end of April and now top the league thanks to their vastly superior goal difference. Only two other sides can boast a perfect record after the second round of fixtures in the tournament. Beacon Hill High hold second on the standings with the second best goal difference in the competition, thanks to a stingy defence. The Beacon Valley side beat Aloe High 2-0 on Saturday, after edging Belgravia High 1-0 in the opening round. Portland High are third on the table after picking up three points in a high-scoring encounter with Lentegeur High. Portland won 3-2, conceding for the first time this season after beating Strandfontein High 1-0 in the first round. Cedar High stayed within touching distance of the leading pack after picking up three points against Glendale. Saturday’s 1-0 win over Glendale High, combined with the solitary point gleaned in the first round, sees the Rocklands school in fourth on the table with four points.
The middle of the table has remained congested with only goal difference separating the teams placed fifth to eighth. Spine Road High are fifth on the table after picking up their first points of the season in a 1-0 win over Tafelsig. Glendale, Tafelsig and Aloe are in sixth, seventh and eighth places respectively. All three sides lost this weekend after claiming wins in the opening round a week earlier. Westridge and Princeton are ninth and 10th on the table respectively, level on points and goal difference, with the former leading on goals scored. Westridge drew 2-2 with Lentegeur in the first game of the season and again played to a 1-1 stalemate with Strandfontein on Saturday, while Princeton drew 0-0 in games against Cedar and Cloetesville. The sides placed 11th to 15th on the table are level on points and goal difference, with only goals scored and conceded separating them. Lentegeur are 11th and Cloetesville are 12th, while Rocklands, Belgravia and Strandfontein are tied for 13th, 14th and 15th with the exact same figures. Oval North are dead last on the table, having conceded 12 goals in their losses to Tafelsig and Mondale. The tournament continues on Saturday at Westridge High School. V The weekend fixtures are: (09:00) Portland vs Cedar High; Strandfontein vs Spine Road High; Belgravia High vs Princeton High; and Glendale High vs Aloe High. At 10:15 Cloetesville High plays Mondale High; Lentegeur High takes on Oval North High; Tafelsig does battle with Rocklands High; and Beacon Hill face the Westridge High gauntlet.
TAKING COVER: Hazendal United’s Alex Adriaanse (left) clears the ball as Hanover Park Rangers player Aiden Toby ducks for cover during a Rygate LFA under-9 league match in Athlone on Saturday. Rangers won 5-1.PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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ilano United will need to win big to have any hope of qualifying for the Absa Premiership promotion/relegation play-offs. The Grassy Park side are currently fourth on the National First Division (NFD) table, level on points and goal difference with thirdplaced Black Leopards but trailing due to an inferior number of goals scored. Milano can still finish the season placed second or third and qualify for the play-offs, but will need to pull off a high-scoring victory in their final game or pick up what points they can and hope for favourable results in other fixtures. Any of the sides from second to fifth place can still finish in the second and third spots. Second-placed Baroka FC will host 10thplaced Thanda Royal Zulu, and will be expect to pull of a win to increase their points tally to 52 to seal second place. Third-placed Black Leopards will travel to
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UP AND OVER: Chippa United’s Andile Mbenyane (right) leaps over Santos player John Pantsil’s tackle during a National First Division match at Athlone Stadium on Sunday. The game finished tied at 3-3. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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