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‘Drug trade escalates’ at Gaatjie TASMIN CUPIDO

THE population of the Gaatjie informal settlement is growing. This, say residents of the neighbouring Elfindale and Diep River, is leading to an escalation in crime in the area. The informal settlement – situated in Mocke Road and nestled between Diep River, Elfindale and the railway line – was erected on Intersite land more than two decades ago. Since the construction of the first home, the settlement has grown each day, residents say. Intersite is the property arm of Metrorail. Speaking on condition of anonymity, a Diep River resident tells People’s Post she is convinced the illegal drug and liquor trade is “soaring” in the settlement. “There is constant traffic to and from the Gaatjie,” she says. “There are always cars parking at the entrance, too.” People’s Post previously reported of complaints of illegal drug and alcohol trade in the area (“Polyoak is plaguing our community’ – residents”, People’s Post, 16 February 2010). Andy Frank, also from Diep River, says he has raised the matter with Metrorail several times. “None of the authorities can give me an answer about the future of the residents or the informal settlement,” he says. Now Metrorail acting regional manager Eddie Chinnapen says the land is “scheduled for future development”. He, however, did not elaborate on the development. “The issue of vagrancy is complex – in

many instances the symptom rather than the issue is being addressed,” he says. “Finding a sustainable and cross-functional solution to an entrenched socio-economic dilemma is crucial.” Metrorail recently removed the vagrants from Lansdowne and Wetton stations, only to find the group re-established soon after. “The City’s Displaced Peoples Unit (DPU), local community policing forums and city improvement districts usually collaborate with Metrorail Protection Services officials and contracted security firms to remove vagrants and clear litter in affected areas.” Law enforcement authorities have, meanwhile, beefed up patrols and joint operations in the area. The most recent being a joint operation by Wynberg Cluster police, the Metro Police and neighbourhood watches. Homes and possible hiding places, such as canals and bridges, were searched. Arrests were made for, among others, charges of possession of drugs, stolen property, dangerous weapons and house break-ins. The area falls within the boundaries of the Steenberg policing precinct. According to the station spokesperson, Warrant Officer Hermanus van Dyk, they have identified the area as both a “hotspot and crime generator”. Ward councillor Jan Burger confirms he has received several complaints regarding the settlement, stating the City of Cape Town has conducted a population count in the area on his request. “People are, however, complaining that the area is constantly growing. Our hands are tied as it is not City land.”

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BOBBING in the waves, the skuitjie (dinghy) contains two familiar figures – Boet and John of popular People’s Post cartoon strip Trek Net. Trek Net is being turned into a 13-part TV series by Kyknet and the cartoon characters are as alive as the film crew surrounding them. Jody Abrahams plays Boet Pieterse and John Smit is played by Leon Kruger, who also wrote the script. The character Wiseman Sithole will be played by Mbulelo Grootboom. Down at Kommetjie Beach, it is the third day of filming and conditions are perfect. It is warm and still with no sign of rain. The crew say on the first day’s filming in Kalk Bay, they had to contend with an unexpected lightning storm. Some are decked out in wetsuits, and they still need to be on their toes today. Someone’s cellphone plunges into a rock pool with an

ominous splash and soundman Luyolo Dambuza slips on the kelp and he, too, takes an unwanted dip. Filming is expected to continue for a month. Shoot locations include Simon’s Town, Ottery, Muizenberg and Kalk Bay. Dave Gomersall, creator of the cartoon, is on set. “I feel incredibly honoured; it is so humbling. It is a dream which is becoming a reality,” he says, adding the actors are naturals. Each episode will be a story, featuring the typical banter between Boet and John. Gomersall says it will be a mixture of action, comedy and drama, but adds the humour contains meaningful messages – it is not just slapstick. The cartoon was born in pages of People’s Post eight years ago. Gomersall and artist Gavin Thomson accidentally went to the wrong office and former People’s Post editor Annelien Dean seized the chance. Gomersall says: “We were enthused by her delight. She loved the concept, but asked us to give the strip a local theme in keeping with

the newspaper’s character.” Originally the cartoon characters were to be travelling the world. The name Trek Net was chosen to encompass “everything which falls within the net of life”, says Gomersall. The strip now appears in 18 publications in Africa and also a Norwegian newspaper. Asked if he ever suffers from “writer’s block” Gomersall says: “Every day is a struggle. I stare at a blank screen; it is the hardest challenge in my life. I try to write two a day, sometimes it can take me hours.” As he searches for subjects he says he is aware one cannot be funny to everyone all the time. He says being a cartoonist is not well-paid and Gomersall (58) has to multi-task. The part-time musician and sailor has written 11 children’s stories – sea-related adventures which he is hoping to get published in the future. .The series is being produced by Penguin Films, creators of Madam and Eve.

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Valley workers calm amid strife STAFF REPORTER

FARMWORKERS in the Constantia Valley have remained silent during the labour strike which is sweeping the Western Cape. The minimum wage for farmworkers for a nine-hour day is R69,39, but Cosatu Western Cape provincial secretary Tony Ehrenreich says the Department of Labour would review this and an interim minimum of R80 would be implemented. Workers are demanding R150 a day and equal pay for men and women. Buitenverwachting Wine Farm and Steenberg Vineyards report that they have been unaffected, but last week farmworkers at Groot Constantia Estate staged a day’s strike in support of fellow workers elsewhere in the Western Cape. In a statement, the Groot Constantia Trust says there is a new union representing the workforce: “The extent of their demands and the financial implications are simply unachievable. The union’s decision now to consider alternative avenues outside the negotiating table comes as a surprise to us, since we received a last counter-offer from the union on Monday 5 November to be discussed at a meeting (tomorrow).” Speaking on behalf of the trust, CEO Jean Naude says it remains open to further discussions: “As we do not believe that the proposed strike is in the interest of our workers or the farm and will not bring an amicable resolution of the matter.” The trust says their policy is to uplift its employees and apply terms and conditions which are fair and market-related. “Groot Constantia has always engaged directly with workers with or without the presence of a union, and was able to amicably resolve wage negotiations.” The farmworkers at Buitenverwachting Farm, owned and managed by Lars Maack, are more fortunate. They live in 28 rent-free homes with gardens, designed along the lines

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mercial drivers. Vegetables, eggs and meat produced on the farm are also available to the staff and there is a community hall available for weddings, church services and other functions. The villagers have a committee which meets regularly with Maack to discuss day-today problems. Buitenverwachting doesn’t use labour brokers as Maack is very opposed to this practice as it offers no security to the workers. He is also concerned that these workers are usually only employed for a few months a year and their income is too low. Estate manager Johann de Swardt at Steenberg Vineyards says they employ about 24 permanent and 26 non-permanent workers. During the season they take on another 70

of a Swiss village. These houses were built by Maack’s parents when they bought the historic farm in 1981. The staff receives industrystandard wages plus 50% overtime bonuses for Saturdays and 100% on Sundays, free water and electricity, crèche and kindergarten facilities with qualified staff. The children receive three meals a day and have a well-equipped playground. The older children enjoy cricket, netball and soccer facilities and 50 children are transported to and from local schools. There is also a clinic at the estate and a doctor is available every Wednesday, plus medication is sponsored by 50%. The workers have a chance to improve their skills and are offered training in the hospitality trade, as diesel mechanics or com-


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OPINIONS

Tuesday 20 November 2012

Barring love? A TOTAL of 17 babies are reportedly jailed with their mothers in this province. Correctional Services Inspecting Judge Vuka Shabalala has expressed concerns about the number of children raised in prisons. People’s Post interns Luzuko Zini and Tarren-Lee Habelgaarn polled readers to hear if mothers in prison be allowed to have their babies with them or if they should be raised by next-of-kin or social services. To see the videos of the readers’ views, visit www.peoplespost.co.za.

BETTER HOME: Shandray Lewis believes there should be a more suitable alternative for the child. “They can put the child in a home where someone else can take care of the child.” Photos: Luzuko Zini and Tarren-Lee Habelgaarn,

DEPENDS ON TIME: John Thomas says it de­ pends on the sentence the person is serving. “If the mother is serving a long sentence then the father or a family member should have the child. If the sentence is under two years then they should be allowed to keep the baby.”

MOTHERS’ CARE: Erik Rienderhoff feels a child should be with their mother no matter where the mother is or what the circumstanc­ es are. “No one can care for a child the way a mother does; it is a mom thing.”

NO EASY ANSWER: Philip van Niekerk says he isn’t sure whether or not mothers should have their babies with them in jail. “If there are 100 women in jail and all those babies have to be given to social workers, the homes will fill up. On the other hand it could also be that the chil­ dren don’t get adopted and then it would be better to have left them with the mother.”

GIVE THEM UP: Catherine Rabie says: “I think they should give the children up for adoption because prison is not good for the baby.”

LAW STEP IN: Hayley Pieterse says having chil­ dren in a prison is a bad idea. However, having grown up without a mother herself she says she knows how harmful and traumatic that can be to. “The law should care for children and incor­ porate a system that will best benefit the child.”

WHY PUNISH THE CHILD? Allistair Muller says he feels a child should not grow up in a prison environment as it would be taking their free­ dom away as well. He says it might leave scars for the child to grow up in such an environment. “To take away a child’s freedom is the biggest crime.”

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Tuesday 20 November 2012

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New toys for traffic officers TARREN-LEE HABELGAARN

TRAFFIC officers will be hot on the heels of offenders with the help of the “Hulk” and the Ghost Squad. Cars travelling on the M5 at noon on Wednesday hit bumper to bumper traffic as the City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security, JP Smith, launched Traffic Services’ enormous mobile traffic centre – also called the “Hulk” – and Highway Ghost Squad Unit at an event held between Kromboom and Klipfontein Roads. This Highway Ghost Squad is a five-man unit that will concentrate on traffic violations causing collisions along the N1, N2, M3, M5 and R300. They also got new motorbikes. “They have been operating for five weeks and have already reported 229 unlicensed drivers on the road, 99 people failed to have their license and 22 drivers driving under the influence,” says Merle Lourens, spokesperson for the City’s traffic department. Smith says since the launch of the ghost squad units, the use of the unmarked, multi-coloured fleet allowed officers to apprehend errant drivers unaware and with great success. However, he also says with the increase in the number of road users and a growing disregard of certain traffic rules, the situation on freeways had become a growing concern and city traffic services needed to intervene. “Most road collisions are caused by high-risk moving violations which include reckless or negligent driving, drunk driving, speeding, overtaking in dangerous circumstances and a failure to provide for sufficient following distances”, says Smith. At the event, the traffic department had a full vehicle check point and while People’s Post was there, many fines were issued on the spot as well as people

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FEATURE

Tuesday 20 November 2012

Walking away from the pain TAMMY PETERSEN

IT started with a shove. Sheila had been married to Tony for less than a year when they had their first heated argument. “He didn’t like what I was wearing,” she says. “I ignored it because he had never been violent towards me before.” That was 10 years ago. Today, Tony is in jail for assault with intent to inflict grievous bodily harm after he nearly beat her to death with an iron. The iron was still hot. Sheila’s story could be that of thousands of women around the country, but one mostly only whispered by those who hear their neighbours’ terrified screams at night. Sunday saw the launch of 16 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children, an annual event which aims to spread the message that abuse is a scourge which shouldn’t be swept under the carpet. Sheila, a perfectly groomed secretary in her late 20s, doesn’t strike one as a victim. She is confident, intelligent and independent with a defiant, strong air about her. “Looks can be deceiving,” she says, with a wry smile. “I went through hell with that man, but I came out stronger thanks to what he put me through.” She married the diesel mechanic when she was only 19; two months after taking the plunge, she fell pregnant with their eldest daughter. “I was a housewife; Tony believed women were meant to be homemakers and bear

children. Money was sometimes tight and although I wanted to contribute to our income, I had to stay home and do my ‘female duties’.” She was about seven months pregnant when her husband found out she had started applying for work. “I was interested in temp jobs or ‘work from home’ offers. Tony found my CV and accused me of wanting to find ways to meet men. He came pretty close to smacking me that night. I dismissed it; I told myself he had probably had a bad day at work.” About a month after their daughter was born, he shoved her down the stairs. “We had a stupid argument about supper and he lost it. He grabbed me and tossed me down the eight stairs at our back door. When he realised what he had done, he cried, said it was an accident and begged me to forgive him. I did – I didn’t know any better.” But the abuse escalated. “He started smacking me, and later he would beat me with his fists in front of our children. The worst beating came after I spoke to an elderly neighbour and he told me he could see we were having an affair,” Sheila says. “The man was old enough to be my father.” Despite family and friends pleading with her to leave Tony, she blamed herself for what she was going through. “This wasn’t the man I married,” she says. “I would always tell myself I was wrong and I was the cause of his behaviour. Who else could make such a good man so angry that he would do such terrible things?” The beatings continued for years – for

everything from missing socks to looking at another man – until that day he came after her with the iron. “He wanted a sandwich and I asked him to give me a few minutes to finish ironing his shirts. When I looked up, he charged at me like a raging bull, grabbed the iron from my hands and started swinging it at me,” she says. Sheila woke up the next day in hospital. “My arms were burnt and I was black and blue. I don’t know why it took me so long to see I had married a mad man. He was deranged. My children were traumatised and I was a shadow of who I used to be. That was the day I decided I would never be his punching bag again.” She laid a charge and Tony was arrested. “He apologised for his behaviour about 100 times, but I had made up my mind. When that didn’t work, the threats started. I knew I would probably lose everything, but this wasn’t about me any more. It was about my children and what they were being taught. What example would I be setting? That it’s okay to be a man’s rag doll? I knew better,” Sheila says, fighting back tears. More than a year after taking a stand, Tony was convicted of the assault. “I don’t know and don’t even care what the sentence was. I got a divorce and told myself I would rather be a single parent than be dead.” Although she doesn’t live the comfortable life she once had, she is happy to have a place to sleep – peacefully. She now works as a secretary at a manufacturing firm and lives with her elderly parents.

DESPAIR: Each day women are abused, damaging them physically and emotionally as this posed image illustrates. “And I have met a new man,” she says. “He is good to me and my children and wouldn’t even think of hurting me. He shouldn’t consider it either – I learnt karate!” Sheila laughs. While she now knows how to hit back, she advises women who are in her “old shoes to buy a new pair”. “No man is worth your pain or tears,” she says. “There are so many good, kind gentlemen out there. All you have to do is find him.”


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Tuesday 20 November 2012

GREENIE: Councillor Jan Burger awarded businessman Ralph Freese for instigating and pri­ vately funding an independent environmental study of ward 72. The study includes the fauna and flora of the wetlands and vleis.

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GREEN HERO: Henry James Thomas with Councillor Jan Burger (ward 72). ‘Oom Henry’ has been part of the ward 72 CPF since 1990. He attended an environmental training course which helped him educate the community about the preservation of trees on Concert Boule­ vard. Photos: Juanita Williams

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SUBCOUNCIL 20 paid tribute to individuals and groups who have done outstanding work in their communities at the fifth Civic Honours Presentation at the Alphen Hall in Constantia. Ian Iversen, the Subcouncil 20 chairperson, says: “Since the commencement of this

programme a total of 36 individuals and four groups have been singled out for recognition. When one listens to the news or reads a newspaper these days, the depressing stories shake our faith in fellow human beings. “However, there are many people prepared to take up the challenge of addressing matters concerning security, environment, care of the young and old, arts, civic affairs,

sport and protection of animals. They offer their limited free time, energy and skills without asking to be financially recompensed.” Councillors Jan Burger (ward 72), Carol Bew (ward 73), Elizabeth Brunette (ward 62), Penny East (ward 71) Ian Iversen (ward 59) and Matthew Kempthorne (ward 58) chose and presented awards to their local heroes.

Burger awarded businessman Ralph Freese for instigating and privately funding an independent environmental study of ward 72. The study includes the fauna and flora of the wetlands and vleis. He also generously covered the cost of a conservation officer to look after the wetlands. Burger described Ralph as a “man of action”..

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Tuesday 20 November 2012

ADVERTORIAL: Key players in the real estate industry will speak at the final member meeting of the National Property Forum (NPF) Western Cape this week. The speakers include Bryan Chaplog (Acting CEO EAAB); advocate Taswell Papier (Administrator EAAB); and Leo Mlambo (NPF National Chairperson). The event is on Friday 23 November, from 9:00 to noon, at Shop 11, Nobel Park Shopping Centre, Old Paarl Road (opposite Sanbel Building), Bellville. Registration is from 9:00. The NPF comprises property professionals who are committed to creating sound business concepts and solutions, while establishing exclusive relationships with all stakeholders, based on mutual respect and integrity. The non-racial organisation is open to all realtors in the industry who subscribe to its constitution and values. It intends to form strategic alliances with a variety of independent service providers such as financial institutions, conveyancers and mortgage originators to ensure the delivery of innovative and efficient client services that are affordable. The NPF will aim to be an authoritative voice of the real estate industry, representing members on all major platforms nationally and internationally. Due to historical injustices of the past, transformation of the industry is a major strategic imperative. The NPF will lobby all role-players in the industry – including government, EAAB and the Services SETA – to ensure NPF members benefit equally from this multibillion rand industry. The NPF is committed to the creation of job opportunities by ensuring school leavers are able to consider the real estate industry as a viable profession. It is committed to take hands with all roleplayers in the industry, including financial institutions, EAAB, Services SETA, conveyancers and other roleplayers in assisting with the facilitation of development programmes for our members as well as aspirant new entrants. The NPF is geared to establish effective representative national network of independent estate agencies and professionally qualified real estate professionals. Projects which will capacitate members to grow their enterprises and will be identified and facilitated by the NPF, therefore contributing to the goals of the Property Charter by creating employment opportunities for the historically disadvantaged individuals. The NPF will also play a significant role in facilitating the dedicated training for its members to ensure significant broad based transformation on a national basis. The NPF is an association devoted to serving the interest of all practitioners regardless of colour, race, creed or gender across all sectors throughout all the provinces of South Africa. The association is founded on evidence that there are a tremendous number of property practitioners in need of a collective voice and platform to address their concerns and further the interests of the industry. The NFP appeals to all real estate agents and principals to attend. Seats are limited. RSVP tomorrow via email to charles@ceprop.co.za or call (021) 762 9992 during office hours.

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Tuesday 20 November 2012

Hard pressed IT WAS ONLY a matter of time before farm labourers would throw in the towel. Or strike. That hour has arrived. Farmworkers in this province have for ages been scurrying at the bottom of the labour legislation pit, subserviently accepting the scraps from many a wine farmers’ table. They have been ignored, treated with indignity, and “paid” with the produce of grape farms. The so-called dop stelsel has ensured slavery of another kind: to the bottle. It has also, in another sense, managed to ensure farm labourers remain just that: farmworkers, with little or no chance to escape. And so, for centuries, they have been denied basic human rights – a roof over their heads which does not leak, a decent, living income and dignity – to keep turning the wheels of the wine industry. On the outside, this is a glamorous industry which produces the goods for the enjoyment of the upper classes. There is no harm in this. The harm comes when this industry expects its workers to be contented with a menial day wage. It is not only the wine industry which employs labourers. All the produce on the retail shelves have been planted, cherished into growth, plucked, packaged and carted by farm workers. They deserve more than the R80 daily rate some are paid. Not all labourers are getting the short end of the salary stick. Some farmers have admirably gone out of their way to ensure their workers are living in creature comforts taken for granted by the consumers. These actions are to be commended. While some farmers are worried at how they will stay afloat paying labourers R150 a day, the question to ask is rather: in a world where every person had a right to choose their work, who would remain to work for such a rate? One suspects few hands would be raised at such an opportunity.

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Respect for law begins with self THE essence of life is to fulfil your potential. This implies a lifetime of journeying from latent to manifest abilities, of discovering hidden talents and buried brilliance, of unveiling secret powers ensconced within. Unquestionably, the processes of growth, maturing, progress and ageing attest to the fact we are perpetual pilgrims – ever dynamic, never static. Mankind remains in a constant state of flux. Pun intended. For the lover of wisdom this is an awe-inspiring yet unfathomable reality, since man’s inherent capacity for creativity, compassion, hope, excellence, beauty, joy and innovation knows no bounds. An awful, parallel reality blights the philosopher’s stone, though. Man’s innate capabilities have proven to include frightening levels of propensities for maleficence, cruelty, domination, control and self-indulgence. These inconsistencies make strange bedfellows, as witnessed in the crazy weirdness of the cold-blooded killer found to be hopelessly in love with a rather average woman. It is for this reason and more that law enforcement – as practised daily by a well-meaning police force – seems anachronistic. Attempting to address even just the chaos and veritable anar-

Battle fought for you I WRITE about the ongoing strike (by) farm workers. There are so many people who don’t realise there is a God who fights battles for us. The Bible says workers must do their work

chy on our roads is like driving down a badly pot-holed cul-de-sac: it is an uncomfortable, nerve-racking, bone-jarring and costly exercise that will only get you so far. It leaves the goodintentioned, better-informed and best-equipped at their wits’ end. Understandably so. Abiding the law starts with a sense of shared responsibility and is rooted in a deep respect for others and self. More remarkably still, kindness, generosity and wisdom are perennial fruit off the selfless love tree that behaves and performs honourably even in the absence of laws or law enforcement officials. Love is indeed the highest virtue. Until we are collectively re-sensitised and reintroduced to good-neighbourliness and self-respect, our every next action will continue to be less and less law abiding than the one before. In the ever-changing world of an ever-evolving society, it is yet the consistent, patient and momently abiding to the dictates of love that can ultimately save us from certain, self-inflicted serfdom under the all-pervasive rule of an iron-fisted, opportunistic and unrelenting police state. Nothing else can. Nothing less will. VERNON WAGNER Cafda Village not only when the master is around, but if they are not around. Employers, be fair to your workers and give them what they deserve. CHERYL HENDRICKS Capricorn, Muizenberg Letter edited. - Ed

I WOULD like to thank People’s Post for placing the notice of our missing dog, Ruby. Because of it Ruby was returned to us. A man saw the notice with the photo and informed me he has my dog. He apparently bought the dog from children who were selling her for R350. He was surprised they were selling the dog for that sum of money. He thought it was a bargain and bought the dog. The children told him they found the dog running around in Southfield. I assume whoever was selling the dog were the ones who stole Ruby from our home. Our house is secured with a high fence around and Ruby was playing with her ball. They must have jumped the fence and stole her. She was taken about 11:30 and the man said he bought her around 15:00 on Tuesday. He lives in Steenberg, so the children travelled from Southfield to sell our puppy. My family and I are so grateful to People’s Post – from the editors to staff delivering the newspaper – and to the man who called. We had flyers, drove up and down looking, and asked all the neighbours if they didn’t see anything. Not one person saw a thing. If it wasn’t for the article we would never have found our dog. Family and neighbours couldn’t believe we found our little puppy. Words cannot explain how overwhelmed and happy we are as family now that Ruby has been returned. Keep up the good work. God bless you. SHEREE HENDRICKS Email


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New Yaris like driving in a dream TAURIQ HASSEN

WHEN driving the all­new Toyota Yaris 1.3 XR three­door, you cannot help but smile and enjoy the comfort. The Toyota Yaris has everything you need to put your ambition on the map and get you on the road to success: robust perform­ ance, excellent agility and dynamic styling all backed by unbeatable safety and quality. I hit the road in a bubblegum metallic Toyota Yaris and the sleek new design turned some heads – the car’s way. The Toyota Yaris line­up includes Xi, Xs and Xr models in either three­ or five­door configurations with the engine being equipped with Toyota Optimal Drive, which increases fuel efficiency without compromising performance. The Toyota Yaris 1.0 litre engine has won International Engine of the Year four years running – 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. This award­winning engine has a five­speed manual transmission while the 1.3 litre, used in this test drive, has a six­speed transmis­ sion. The 1.3 litre engine has an impressive 73kw of power at 6000r/ min, electric power steering and a tight turning circle of 4.7m – one of the smallest in its class, which makes for nimble and re­ sponsive handling. The 1.3 XR three­door model also features a super­size pano­ ramic moon roof with front and rear roller shades to give you a larger­than­life view of the world. All models are fitted with with high­mount LED rear stop lamp and the 1.3 XR models have a front and rear spoiler which creates a sporty silhouette. The new Toyota Yaris is fitted with excellent audio systems with an AM/FM radio, CD/MP3 player, six speakers, AUX, iPod and USB ports with audio switches on the steering wheel. XR models also feature Bluetooth functionality and steering switches. For more information on the all­new Toyota Yaris, visit the Halfway Toyota Ottery dealership at the Hypermarket Centre in Ottery Road, Ottery and experience the smoothest ride of your life. Contact the dealership on (021) 703 9174 to find out more.

PURE COMFORT: The new Toyota Yaris 1.3 litre XR three­door is guaranteed to provide you with a safe and comfortable journey on the road. Photo: Tauriq Hassen


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Page 12 People’s Post Retreat FORD’S Figo gets a rocking new look in line with the automaker’s “kinetic design” language and a number of extra interior features, including the addition of Bluetooth to certain models, all with­ out a price hike. The Figo, based on the previous­generation Fies­ ta, is available with two engines: the 1.4­litre Du­ ratec petrol (62kW/127Nm) and turbodiesel Dura­ torq (51kW/160Nm). Both are fitted with five­ speed manual transmissions. There are two trim levels – Ambiente base and Trend high­spec models – with both incorporating the new design elements. The Figo’s lower grille has been revised while the

Tuesday 20 November 2012

Feisty Ford Figo ment the Figo’s in­car entertainment system incor­ porating radio, CD, MP3 and iPod functions. The system also allows for the connection of cell­ phones via the car’s audio system and contacts and call history can be managed through the vehi­ cle display. The Figo might be an entry­level model, but its safety features are top notch, incorporating dual front airbags, anti­locking brakes and elec­

upper section adds chrome detailing. Head and tail lamp clusters are new, too, while fog lamp hous­ ings are more aggressive. There are fresh wheel designs. The Ambiente’s cabin adds a new pattern for the seat fabric and a Dynamic Blue centre stack bezel. The Trend’s enhancements include new seat up­ holstery and the addition of Bluetooth to supple­

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Thrill­a­minute Landy experience TARREN-LEE HABELGAARN

FEAR, fun, excitement and a rush of adrenaline awaits anyone taking on the Land Rover 4x4 Experience. The course, at Simonsig Wine Estate, is a thrill that will test both your sense of adventure and endurance. More advanced courses are offered – like intermediate, advanced and sand driving courses – but for rookies like myself and People’s Post advertising manager Belita Randall the introductory course was the way to go. The team at Land Rover Experience do not sell vehicles; they sim­ ply offer 4x4 enthusiasts and owners the opportunity to learn to use their vehicle to its full potential. Wynand Bohnen, our instructor at the Land Rover Experience, says: “Knowing the capability of your vehicle is important. Land Rov­ er has found that when you understand how your vehicle works you are already 50% there with regards to 4x4 driving.” Knowing your vehicle’s capability and function will help you know which function to apply in any situation or terrain, he adds. Whether it be mountain terrain, snow, sand or ruts you will be trained to apply the necessary function so that your vehicle can function at optimum level. “It was a hugely exciting experience,” says Randall, herself a 4x4 owner, as it “forces you to trust the vehicle that you are in. It was scary, going up these huge inclines and not knowing what’s on the other side and from your vantage point all you see in front of you are blue skies.”. Wilma van Wyk, events coordinator, sales and marketing repre­ sentative at Land Rover Experience, says: “Driving 4x4 off­road be­ comes a lifestyle since it challenges you to go beyond your comfort zone and increases your self­confidence.” WIN! Register on People’s Post’s website (www.peoples­ post.co.za) and you could win a 4x4 experience. The prize is valued at R1 600.

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Tuesday 20 November 2012

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TOYOTA has joined the ranks of manufacturers testing car safety systems that allow vehicles to communicate with each other.

presence of a pedestrian is triggered, a picture of an arrow popping up to indicate an approaching car at an intersection and an electronic voice saying: “It’s a red light,” if the driver was about to ignore a red light. Toyota officials said the smart­car technology it is developing will be tested on some Japanese roads starting in 2014. Toyota claims the technolo­ gy will be effective because half of car accidents happen at intersections. Toyota also showed a new feature that helps the driver brake harder to prevent bumping into the ve­

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FESTIVE SPIRIT: Well­known Cape Town entertainer Alvon Collison will hold a free Nativity play, called The Spirit of Christmas, on Monday 19 and Tuesday 20 December at the Cape Town City Hall, from 18:30. Call Collison on 0 (021) 551 0969 or 2 alvoncollison@wol.co.za for more information.

Glitz and glam at West End PREPARE for a glitzy and glamorous affair when iThemba School in Capricorn hosts a gay beauty pageant at West End in Rylands on Friday 23 November. The event, a fundraising effort for the school of 75 children, will feature the pageant as well as appearances by Connie Chung, Cassandra Stone, Miss Payton Kardashian, Scarlett Marcedes and many more. Established more than two years ago, the iThemba School

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SET TO SIZZLE: Mayor Patricia de Lille will take the helm at a special concert, entitled “Sizzling Sisters”, for senior citizens at the Grand Arena, GrandWest on Sunday 9 December. The line­up for the show consists of South Africa’s top female artists such as Judith Sephuma (pictured), Laurika Rauch, Vicky Sampson, Karin Kortje, Natalia da Rocha and Bianca le Grange. Soli Philander will host the show with the assistance of Shaleen Surtie Richards and Vinette Ebrahim from 7de Laan fame. Added to the stellar line­up is Blackbyrd and party band The Rockets. A total of 4 000 tickets are already on sale at a cost of R100 and R120 respectively. The proceeds of the tickets sales will go to the Mayor’s Special Fund which helps to assist victims of emergencies or disasters and individuals or organisations experi­ encing hardships. The Mayor’s office will allocate 1 000 tickets for the show to a diverse selection of senior citizens throughout the met­ ro. The City will provide transport to and from the concert for all attend­ ing senior citizens. Donveno Prins, together with veteran musical di­ rector Camillo Lombard, will lead a 22­piece orchestra for a first in what is guaranteed to be a scintillating performance. Photo: Supplied

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IN TUNE: The electrifying Alistair Izo­ bell (right), together with singing sen­ sations Nur Abrahams, Edith Plaatjies and Aleshia Solomons as well as an amazing seven­piece band will perform Radio Classics chosen by Clarence Ford (left) as the popular Sunday evening radio show host and Heart 104.9 veteran goes live on stage at the Baxter this festive season. The show, which runs from Thursday 22 Novem­ ber to Saturday 5 January, will have fans on their feet and offers a great night out for young and old. Tickets cost between R125 and R150; special previews will take place on Thursday 22, Friday 23 and Saturday 24 Novem­ ber with all seats at R110. People’s Post is giving away five sets of double tickets to the Wednesday 5 December extravaganza. To enter, SMS the word “radio” to 34586 by Thursday at 12:00. SMSes cost R1,50. Photo: Jesse Kramer

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A DIVERSITY of film genres can be enjoyed under the stars – with the opening of the Galileo Open Air Cinema. This new experience launches at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens tomorrow, offering cinema-goers a unique garden setting. While growing up with drive-ins means the concept of open-air cinemas is not new to locals, the Galileo experience will be set against a backdrop of mountains and flora. Moviegoers of all ages will be able to enjoy a range of film genres every week, with blankets and chairs for hire and tantalising delicacies available to purchase, or take your own picnic. Founded by Huenu Solsona and Thomas Brauer, the concept for The Galileo was born from a love of film, along with the need for a different type of experience for film fans. Brauer says of the inspiration behind The Galileo: “Working in Düsseldorf, Germany for a number of years, I used to go to their outdoor cinema on the banks of the Rhein River. I loved it! So when Huenu approached me about starting one in Cape Town, I was immediately hooked. It’s also a really fun business to be involved in – I mean, who doesn’t love movies?” Solsona believes it is the social aspect that makes for a memorable evening. “I used to live in Whistler, Canada, and every summer we’d go with a bunch of friends to the open-air cinema they’d set up by the beautiful Lost Lake. Those were some of the best evenings of the season! I couldn’t believe Cape Town didn’t offer this awesome experience, especially considering our amazing weather. When Kirstenbosch was keen to host the events it was a no-brainer.” Shows will run every week throughout the season – until April – and the line-up includes a diversity of films across various genres. Kirstenbosch Gardens open at 17:00, with the Grand Opening show to begin at 19:30. Go to http:// www.thegalileo.co.za/ or contact Solsona at huenu@thegalileo.co.za.


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NEED A LOAN- R50 000 B/listed/ Garnishee Welcome. SMS ID, Gross & Nett to 073 038 6886

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Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery A1 BLINDS For quality blinds & free advice. (072 691 0050 A&G CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021-391 3483 OR 072 906 1796

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ATHLONE: R689.999excl SAEEDA 083 519 4159

MAITLAND: R395.000excl NAJWA 082 377 7027

SOUTHFIELD: R440.000 SHAMSO 079 400 0986

NEWFIELDS ESTATE: R1,7million AQEELAH 074 042 4168

OTTERY: R450.000excl NORMAN 083 772 8912

BONTEHEUWEL R369.999excl FREDELENE 078 551 0906

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OTTERY R995,000 neg

FERNESS ESTATE / OTTERY R1150,000 neg

WYNBERG R635,000 neg

HEIDEVELD R450,000 neg

3/4Beds-bic's & full mes, lounge/d/room-f/p, fam bathrm, ff.kitchen, extra room off main bed, linen c/b in passage, alarm, sgl garage DONNIVAN DE MINK 083 261 2770

3Beds-mes, lounge, d/room, ff.kitchen, tv-room, fam bathrm, pool, dbl garage,1bed g/flat-o/p lounge, kitchen & bathroom, 500m²

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3Beds, lounge f.kitchen - o/plan, bathroom, garage 2 cars

DONNIVAN DE MINK 083 261 2770

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PHILIPPI R895,000 neg

BELTHORN EST R1.5mil neg

Fully enclosed 2Beds, lounge/d/roomjetmaster, ff.kitchen-o/p, bathroom, laundry section, braai area, sgl garage & carpor t

Commercial building close to transpor t. Currently 2 tenants with options to keep tenants, option to buy 1 business, Plot size: 405m² & Building size: 300m² GRAHAM CLASSEN 083 741 4953

4Beds-mes, big lounge, d/room, tv & ent area, fam bath, ff.kitchen, garage, storeroom, pool, cctv, intercom & alarm, 535m² GEORGINA LOVELL 083 446 1173

MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250

CLOSE TO SPAR SUPERMARKET Lovely 2 beds, bics, fully fitted kitchen, large lounge, bathroom, drive-way on side. Safe and quiet area. Early occupation possible.

WETTON 021 761 0707

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GRASSY PARK: R599.000neg TOWNHOUSE, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, FFK (Defy), Garage, E/Garden NORMAN 083 772 8912

BONTEHEUWEL: R279.999excl Mais, 2Beds, Lounge, FFK, F/Bath, Storerm, Carport, Encl. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

HANOVER PARK: R329.999excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, Drm, F/Bath, FFK, Garage, Asbestos roof, S/Gates, B/Bars. ACHMAT 079 542 1992

NEWFIELDS VILLAGE: R269.00 Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, Drm, F/Bath, FFK, Garage, Asbestos roof, S/Gates, B/Bars. ACHMAT 079 542 1992

BELGRAVIA: R549.999excl Flat, 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, OPFFK, P/Bay, Encl, L/Floors, Levies 600pm. SDAVIES 078 123 2307

LAVENDER HILL: R380.000excl Semi, 3Bedrooms (1xBics), Lounge, Family Bathroom, FFK. GILLEAN 073 551 2625

MANENBERG: R329.999excl Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, FFK, F/Bath, Encl, Very neat property. NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

CAPRICORN: R160.000excl Corner Freestanding, 1Bedroom, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, Enclosed. HENDRIEKA 082 767 8406

NEWFIELDS VILLAGE: R189.000 Mais, 2Beds, Lnge, Kitchen, F/Bath, Government Subsidy Available. SALAAMH 083 670 9668

GRASSY PARK: R1 200.000excl D/s, 6Beds (2xBics), Lnge, Fireplace, 5 x F/Bath, FFK, G/Flat, Encl, 436m. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

LOTUS RIVER: 530.000excl Vacant Plot 1000m, Zoned For Business/ Commercial. ABDULLATIEF 082 941 7482

SOUTHFIELD: R2 100.000excl F/s, 7Beds( Bics), Lnge, Drm, Mes, FFK, Storerm, Garage, Carport, Ent. Area HENDRIEKA 082 767 8406

ZEEKOEVLEI: R989.999 F/s, 2Beds (Bics), Lounge, OPFFFK, Garage, Slate roof, Alarm, Trelli doors ISHERENE 083 350 2777

GRASSY PARK: R450.000excl Vacant Plot 717m. KEITH 084 888 2526

WYNBERG: R469.000neg Flat, 2Beds (1xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, D/room, FK, Mes, P/Bay, Encl, Tiled roof. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

GRASSY PARK: R260.000excl Flat, 2Beds (1xBics), Lounge, F/Bath, FFK (Defy), Parking Bay, Encl, NAJWA 082 377 7027

OTTERY: R285.000excl Mais, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Garage, Encl, Needs TLC, 172m. Eric GILLEAN 073 551 2625

HIGHLANDS EST: R799.999 F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, 2xF/Bath, S/toilet, Mes, Kitchen, MQ, 496m. SDAVIES 073 773 5723

WESBANK: R365.000excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, FFK, F/Garage, Carport, E/Garden, Encl, Asbestos roof JESICHA 073 698 9260

GRASSY PARK: R260.000neg Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, New FFK(Defy), Parking Bay, L/Floors. NAJWA 082 377 7027

LANSDOWNE: R999.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Kitchen Fireplace, G/Flat, Garage, F/Bath, Tiled roof, 496m. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

MARK ANTHONY PROPERTIES

BIG GROUNDS +++ POOL Large 4 bedrooms, lounge + dining room,fitted kitchen, bathroom + separate toilet, drive-way, lots of secure parking

TAFELSIG ONLY R199 000

BEACON VALLEY ONLY R269 000

FULLY ENCLOSED Extended lounge, 2 beds, tiled bathroom ,kitchen,nice size yard + enclosed carport for 2 cars.

WHAT A BARGAIN! 3 beds, tiled lounge, kitchen, bathroom, drive-way, large yard. If your combined wages is approx R6 000 pm you could buy this house.

NEAT INSIDE & OUTSIDE Lovely 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, 2 drive-ways, enclosed. If your combined wages is approx.R8 000 pm you could buy this house.

ZEEKOEIVLEI ONLY R899 000

LARGE 4 BEDROOM HOME Beautiful, Face-Brick 4 bedrooms, all bics,walk in closet, corner bath en-suite, large fully fitted kitchen with Granite Tops, corner bath & shower family bathroom, drive-thru Double Garage with secure parking for 8 Cars. Large Grounds.

BONTEHEUWEL: R320.000excl Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Kitchen, 249m. NORMAN 083 772 8912 GRASSY PARK: R240.000excl G/Floor Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl, L/Floors, F/Tiled. HENDRIEKA 082 767 8406

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

CALL MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 083 482 4250

View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

Mark Anthony1 20 11 12 1BW6YX5

Montagues Gift

(2 Large House on 1 Plot)

Only R779 000

Lotus River. This is ideal for a large family or for investors wanted rental income. Main House 3 bedrooms, bics, large tiled lounge, separate bathroom & toilet, fully fitted kitchen, large grounds, lots of secure parking, Garage. Second House: 3 bedrooms, large tiled lounge, beautiful fully fitted kitchen + family bathroom.

Mandalay Only R649 000

Tygerdal/Goodwood R1.35 Million (Above Frans Conradie Drive)

Lovely Free-Standing Face- Brick on 614 m² Plot. 3 beds, bics, en-suite, fitted kitchen, dining room, lounge with jetmaster, Double Garage +++ Pool.

Ocean View

(4 Beds, 5 Bathrooms)

Large 4 beds, 2 en-suites + family bathroom, large lounge with fire-place, dining room, spacious, beautiful fully fitted kitchen with breakfast nook, outside maids room with shower & toilet, long drive-way & double garage +++ Very large Granny Flat.

R450 000

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently, call MARK ANTHONY 021 704 2160 OR 083 482 4250

MARK ANTHONY PROPERTIES View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

Manenberg

BELHAR ONLY R549 000 (CLOSE TO AIRPORT MALL)

HANOVER PARK R339 000 (RYBURG STREET)

www.topports.co.za

5% COMMISSION

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Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs Rawson Ottery 10x4 20-11-12-1BW9FIK

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Call Lestor or Ruth for a FREE Quotation!! 021 6916078 / 021 6911801(a/h) 083 721 2303 / 073 137 2089 / 079 552 8578

Tel/Fax: 021 706 5583 Ext:5 Merlin Payne: 073 268 1998 email: merlinverroz@gmail.com

5% COMMISSION

STEENBERG: R580.000excl HENDRIEKA 082 767 8406

Built in 1 - 2 days. Over 20 yrs experience Prices from R5 000 material & labour included

For a FREE Quotation Call

0861 33 3314 021 704 3636 021 391 6330

PARKTOWN: R579.999excl MARIAM 082 641 2157

TOPPORTS

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(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

CEMENT R75.00 Del.

WETTON 021 761 0707

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Surrey Estate

R429 000

Close To Lansdowne Road & Cashbuild. Free-Standing. 3 beds, en-suite, tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, garage for 2 cars, nice size yard. Very Neat.

R449 000

Cute 2 beds, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, Garage for 2 cars, incomplete 3rd bedroom (Roof Height) + Large Grounds.

Seawinds

R889 000

(House, Separate Entrance + Pool)

(Vygie Kraal Road)

Colorado

CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 082 673 1503

R495 000

(House + Granny Flat)

Lovely 3 beds, fully fitted kitchen, large lounge + dining room, bathroom, drive-way +++ Separate Entrance.Yard faces Prince George Drive. Nice size Yard. Parking for 3 cars.

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Main House: 2 beds, bics, lounge, spacious fully fitted kitchen, bath + shower, remote Garage, Splash Pool +++ Separate Entrance.

Strandfontein

R449 000

(The Village)

Kensington R525 000

Free-Standing, 3 beds, bics, lounge + dinette, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, potential Garage, Large Yard.

3 beds, bics, fully fitted kitchen, spacious tiled lounge, tiled bathroom, undercover/entertainment area.

Need an agent to sell your house fast & efficiently, call Anthony Arendse 021 704 0289, 082 673 1503


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SHAHIEDA HALIM PROPERTIES It’s a moving experience TEL.: (021) 704-3659 CELL: 082 579 6281 e-mail: s.halimprop@telkomsa.net

RONDEBOSCH EAST / LANSDOWNE Near Islamia school. 5 Beds (bics in 3)(mes), lnge/dining, 3 baths, kitch (bics), garage, pool. Can easily be-subdivided and let. R1,250M. RONDEBOSCH EAST / LANSDOWNE Quiet rd. Neat modern semi. 3 Bedrooms (bics in all & lam. floors), en-suite, tv room (with patio doors) or 4th bedrm, fitted kitch o/p lounge/dining, autogarage for 3 cars. R1,1M ALLENBY ESTATE / RETREAT Security Estate. Very neat mod semi. 2 beds (bics), o/plan fitted kitch, single drive thu garage, cosy patio. R720 000

SOLD

KENWYN Cnr prop. 5 beds, fitd kitch, lnge (f/place) & d/room. R1.395M WYNBERG Spacious 2 bed flat (bics). o/p fitted kitch, large bathroom. Situated in Broad Rd, near to transport and shops. R599 000

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STRANDFONTEIN 510 000 3 BEDS – MES, LOUNGE, FITTED KITCHEN, OFF STREET PARKING WAYNE – 083 483 1784

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WESTRIDGE (NEAR ANGLICAN CHURCH) R450 000 3 BEDS – FAM BATHROOM, FITTED KITCHEN, GARAGE FACADE. JOE DANSTER – 072 343

THE WESTRIDGE R475 000 IMMEDIATE OCCUPATION - 3 BEDS – BIC, ALARM, FULLY FITTED KITCHEN, TILED LOUNGE, GARAGE FACADE JOE DANSTER – 072 343

WAVECREST R560 000 FFK, TANDEM GARAGE FAROUK – 082 873 4815

STRANDFONTEIN R450 000 3 BEDS, LOUNGE, KITCHEN, SEP BATHROOM / TOILET WAYNE – 083 483 1784

STRANDFONTEIN R600 000 MAIN HOUSE – 3 BEDS – SEP BATHROOM / TOILET, FFK, BIG LOUNGE, GARAGE SEPERATE ENTRANCE – BEDROOM, KITCHEN, BATHROOM WAYNE – 083 483 1784

TAFELSIG R200 000 NEAR SPINE ROAD SEMI - 3 BEDS, SECURE PARKING 2 CARS FAROUK – 082 873 4815

NEW WOODLANDS R425 000 VERY SECURE - 3 BEDS – BIC IN 2, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM, FFK, TANDEM GARAGE, WORKSHOP FAROUK – 082 873 4815

WESTRIDGE R475 000 3 BEDS – CUPBOARDS, FITTED KITCHEN, LOUNGE, DINING ROOM COURTYARD, ENCLOSED YARD, DOUBLE GARAGE FAROUK – 082 873 4815

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HIT AND MISS: Glenthorne A’s batter Carla Swanepoel swings and misses as Westridge Yankees catcher Carla Wichman takes the catch during a Super League game at Turfhall Sport Complex on Saturday. Yankees won the game 5­0. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

SAFE: Glenthorne A’s player Alex Fortune jogs to first base as Westridge Yankees’ Lynn Alexan­ der collects the ball during a Super League match at Turfhall Sports Complex in Athlone on Saturday. Yankees were 5­0 victors. Photo: Rashied Isaacs

Three decades of Twilight BEING quick off the mark isn’t necessarily a prerequisite for the Twilight Team Run, but the first entries are already streaming in for the 30th anniversary of the running of the event. The first Twilight Team run, organised by former Springbok centre Dave Stewart, attracted 600 runners. Last year 20 000 people participated. “The Twilight Team Run is much more than just a fun fundraising event, it’s community philanthropy in action with Capetonians coming out in their thousands to offer a helping hand to their fellow citizens,” says Amelia Jones, Com-

munity Chest CEO. Teams of between four and six people from all walks of life participate in the event at a cost of R200 per team and R50 for individuals. All the funds raised goes to the Community Chest. The event starts at the Grand Parade at 19:00 on Tuesday 4 December and winds through the CBD for 4,5km before returning to the Parade. Judging for the best dressed team starts at 17:00. Entry forms are available online at www.twilightrun.co.za or from the Community Chest offices at 82 Bree Street, Cape Town.

Glendene takes on Athletico GLENDENE UNITED FC invites all of the former players and supporters to their match against RC Athletico at Vygiekraal Stadium on Friday 23 November.

Proceedings will start at 19:00, with a curtain raiser between two invitational school teams. For more information contact Clive Darries 0 082 223 9399.

Join the Titans in Rocklands MITCHELL’S PLAIN Titans Athletic Club will hold its fifth annual road race at Rocklands Sports Complex in Weltevreden Road on Saturday 24 November. Four races, a 21km run, 10km run/walk, 10km junior run and 5km fun run, will take

place. The first event will start at 06:00 and several prizes will be awarded to groups and individuals throughout the day, including R2 500 for the school with the most participants. For more information call Mervin Smith 0 083 293 4076.

Winde back on his bicycle LIAM MOSES

PROVINCIAL minister for finance, economic development and tourism Alan Winde will take to the streets on Saturday when he participates in the annual Coronation Double Century. The race will be the first time that Winde participates in a cycling event in almost 20 years and he has had only two months to prepare for the gruelling trek through the Cape farmland. Winde (47) first considered entering the Double Century in June after a challenge by a group of cyclists. He says he decided to take plunge, because he wanted to improve his own health. “For me it’s also about out how I find a mechanism to get fitter and healthier with the hectic lifestyle that I lead,” says Winde. “If you want to convince the public they need to be healthier you need to led by example.” The race will see Winde start in Swellendam and traverse some of the Cape’s hilliest roads, including the R60, R324, R62, R317 and R318, in a rough oval, before finishing in the rural town. During the last two months Winde has

practised for the race by cycling the 30km distance from his house in the northern suburbs to his office in the CBD whenever he can. Two weeks ago he also covered 120km in a single training session. Winde also hopes to inspire more Capetonians to cycle to work instead of driving. “It’s exciting that there are more and more people cycling to work. It’s not only about health, it’s about a modal shift,” says Winde. “If people are able to shift from cars to bicycles or public transport, it shifts the load from our roads and moves us to a greener economy and friendly environment. It also lowers carbon emission.” Winde states he has enjoyed training for the race and his goal to finish. “It’s in excess of 200km – that is a long way. Yes, of course it does (scare me),” says Winde. “It’s not only the distance. We have to cycle over the Tradouw Pass. My goal is not to break a speed record, it’s just to finish.” Winde will be cycling with 11 other riders in the Barely Moving team, who will be riding to raise funds for cancer. David Bellairs, director of the Cape Town Cycle Tour Trust, will also be part of this team

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Win tickets to the football YOU can witness local football history when Engen Santos FC meets Milano United in the National First Division (NFD) at Athlone Stadium for the first time on Wednesday 28 November. Ten lucky People’s Post readers stand the chance to win double

tickets to the match, which is said to be one of the most anticipated of the 2012/2013 NFD season. To win, SMS the word “derby” to 34586 before 13:00 on Thursday 22 November. Winners will notified by telephone. SMSes cost R1,50 each.

READY TO ROLL: Alan Winde will compete in the Coronation Double Century on Saturday. Photo: Supplied


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Mixed results in SAB League LIAM MOSES

BATTSWOOD FC fought their way off the bottom of the SAB League table when they claimed a narrow victory over Du Noon Academy at Johnson Road Sports Complex on Saturday. Battswood went into the match in last place (16th), on one point, after losing all but one of the six games they had played. The Wynberg club have now climbed up one place after scoring late in the second half to bag a 1-0 win and all three points. Manenberg side Orient FC have also moved up the table following their own moraleboosting victory. Orient beat a youthful Engen Santos FC side 2-0, to move up from ninth to sixth. Orient have now won three games, drawn two and lost two. Oriental Gunners held on to third place despite a surprise 2-0 defeat against Junction Rovers. Gunners, from Athlone, went into the game having suffered only one loss, while Rovers had lost two, drawn one and won three matches. The game finished with Rovers as 2-0 victors and saw them climb from fourth to third. Lotus River side Heath Athletic also succumbed to defeat on Saturday, losing 2-0 to

log leaders Zeesha FC. Heath went into the game in third after three wins and two draws, but has now dropped down to seventh after suffering their second loss. Zeesha now lead the log on 19 points, with a draw earlier this season as the only blemish on their otherwise perfect record. Leeds Lentegeur have jumped up from fifth to fourth after a 1-0 win over Silver Spurs, who held onto 12th place. The Mitchell’s Plain side have now drawn one, lost two and won four this season, while Spurs record stands at three losses, three draws and a solitary victory. RC Athletico lost 3-1 to Durbanville FC and dropped from eighth to ninth, while their opponents moved up from 15th to 13th. Shockwaves FC remained in 14th place despite their 1-0 win, while their opponents X1 Express clung on to 10th position. The victory was the first this season after three draws and three defeats, while Express have lost three, drawn two and won two. Tribes FC moved up two places to seventh on the table after their 2-0 victory over Young Idols, who remained in 11th place. The next round of games will take place today (Tuesday) and tomorrow (Wednesday) at Johnson Road.

COMING AT YOU: Green­ point Cricket Club bowlers Nsika Shushu steams to­ wards the crease during a 1B League match against Mitchell’s Plain Cricket Club in Green Point on Saturday. Photo:

LICENCE TO DRIVE: Mitchell’s Plain Cricket Club batsman Mark Odendaal pushes out at the ball during a 1B League match against Green Point Cricket Club in Green Point on Saturday. Photo: Peter Heeger/Gallo Images

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THE general manager of Western Province Cricket has defended the make-up of the union’s junior teams ahead of their participation in a major national tournament. The squads were named in May, after a lengthy selection process which started in October 2011 and will reassemble soon to take part in the provincial youth tournaments in December. Southern suburbs schools traditionally dominate in the player selection stakes – which draws criticism and allegations of bias from across the province – and cricketers from those schools are again the vast majority this year. However, Nabeal Dien, head of amateur cricket at the WP Cricket, says players from all schools in the province are given the same consideration by the union’s selectors. “Our boys schools have the resources to offer bursaries to good cricketers from all areas. “If you look at the make-up of the sides and the history of their boys, you will find they

CHEST CONTROL: Battswood player Sadwin Braaf controls the ball during a match against Du Noon Academy in Rylands on Saturday. Photo: Liam Moses

WP Cricket defends selections came from townships and all areas,” Dien states. “If you take Wynberg or Rondebosch, the Wynberg first team has more players of colour than white players. It’s not a question of that any longer.” Dien adds the “independent” and “comprehensive” selection process starts with 22 000 youth players from across the Peninsula, and is then whittled down to A and B sides for the under-13, under-15, under-17 and under-19 age groups. He says criticism of team selections is normal at any level and will not affect the process in any way. “As long as we believe we are doing the right thing, then that criticism must come. It’s normal and will continue.” This year players from Pinelands High , Fish Hoek High, St Joseph’s Marist College and SACS have all been selected in under-17 and under-19 teams, but the vast majority of the 13-player squads are made up of cricket-

ers from Wynberg and Rondebosch Boys’ High School. The under-19 side is made up of four Wynberg and five Rondebosch players, and the under-17 team has three and five players from each of those respective schools. Wynberg and Rondebosch have produced some of the country’s best cricketers, and can boast legendary Proteas all-rounder Jacques Kallis and current coach Gary Kirsten. Dien comments the schools’ financial resources and ability to attract players from other schools with bursaries will ensure they stay on top, unless schools in previously disadvantaged areas can start to match their facilities. “We can’t stop it. The only thing we can do – and it’s not in our hands alone – is to create schools with those facilities,” says Dien. “We must get schools that are equivalent to those schools. At the moment I can tell you there is an attempt to do that at Spine Road High.”

Dien adds players from schools in previously disadvantaged areas still make it into the system despite the imbalance of resources and gave Vernon Philander, JP Duminy, Rory Kleinveldt, Qaasim Adams and Farhaan Behardien as examples. The under-17 youth tournament will be hosted by the WP from Wednesday 12 to Sunday 16 December, while the under-19 tournament will take place in Potchefstroom from Sunday 16 to Wednesday 21 December. The squads are: Under-17: Matthew Christensen, Brandon Clacher, Jason Fourie, Chad Johnson, Brydon Karstens, Yolisa Mona, Lyle Rogers, Riaz Sader, Kay Skovgaard-Petersen, Jay Stevens, Tyler Sylvester, Devon Van Rensberg, Nicki Zeeman, Manny Senger (coach) and Bevil Velensky (manager). Under-19: David Bedingham, Dale Brander, Dawood Christians, Clyde Fortuin, Dayyaan Galiem, Imtiyaaz Groenewald, Zubayr Hamza, Alexander Mather, Soya Pono, Jason Smith, Keagan Smith, Hayes Van Der Berg, Bryan Vorster, Clinton Ravens (coach) and Johannes Adams (manager).


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Walmers wrangle in Community Cup LIAM MOSES

SK WALMERS have hit back at their detractors after the club’s selection for the South African Rugby Union (Saru) Community Cup raised eyebrows amongst local rugby fans. SKW were selected ahead of Hamiltons for the tournament, which replaces the National Club Championship next year, even though they finished below their neighbour on the 2012 Super League A table. Durbanville-Bellville qualified for the tournament automatically as the highest open (non-university) team on the log after finishing second. Many believe Hamiltons, South Africa’s oldest rugby club, should have been selected to join them as the city’s representatives at the tournament However, Moneeb Levy, vicepresident of SKW, says the team’s performances the past season should be looked at in context. “You must look at what we have and what Hamiltons has. With the amount of money they pump in, a team like Hamiltons should win the league every year,” he says. “This year alone SK never played one game at home. The Track was unavailable all year.

Even if they have the Green Point Track, they only get it from 1 April. (During) pre-season we must train everywhere. “Maybe Hamiltons are more consistent but the challenges they have are different to what we have. Under the circumstances we do extremely well.” Hamiltons finished the league in third place this season, with 62 points, after 12 wins and six losses. SK Walmers, meanwhile, were fifth at the end of the season, on 48 points, after nine victories and nine losses. In head-to-head competition this year, the teams have each won one of the two games played. Hamiltons won their home game 27-22 in May, while SKW won their home game 15-12 in June. Hamiltons president David Kagan says his club do not feel harddone by the decision. “We wish them well and may it be a wonderful tournament,” he comments. “We have no problems, because we obviously didn’t meet the criteria. It’s not up to us to question whether criteria is right or wrong – they were awarded a spot.” Levy did not know Saru’s criteria for selection to the tournament, but believes his side deserves to be there for several reasons. “If you look at the Super League

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R32 995

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