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UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT: Goings­on at a Sterling Court flat in Concert Boulevard has locals sprouting more grey hairs. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN

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rug users as bold as brass at Sterling Court are scoring their fixes from a council-owned flat in full view of irate residents. The exchange of cash for drugs is no longer done in secret. And complaints of the illicit trade have fallen on deaf ears, residents say, despite a recent raid which saw the arrest of a tenant. The City of Cape Town’s Metro Police raided the flat last Friday. A 47-year-old woman was arrested for being in possession of mandrax tablets and tik. But fuming residents say this is not enough. They claim to have lodged several complaints with the Retreat Housing Office,

which have done little to eradicate the problem. They want the tenant to be evicted from the flat. An unnamed representative of the Sterling, Horsely, Ayre, Albertus and Lesar courts (Sharl) says although the woman was arrested and is now on her final warning, the lengthy period between the complaints and action is questioned. “The Retreat Housing Office does not do anything. They told us if illegal activities are taking place, the tenants would be evicted from the flat, but nothing ever happens,” the representative says. Residents are too scared to voice concerns and report illegal activities, as they fear intimidation. “There is a lot more happening in our community, but nobody wants to come forward

and speak. They are too afraid of what might happen to them.” Sharl has reported the drug trade on numerous occasions and alleges stolen property is kept at the flat. Suzette Little, Mayoral Committee member for Social and Early Childhood Development, received a “gross complaint” from an anonymous Sterling Court resident. It detailed illicit activities at the flat, which contravened the City’s laws. “The other residents of Sterling Court are fed-up and frustrated with these activities, as it is destroying the community,” Little says. Following the complaint the City’s Law Enforcement, Drug and K9 units raided the flat. Drugs were allegedly hidden in cracks in the walls. Warrant Officer Hermanus van Dyk,

spokesperson for Steenberg police, confirms reports of illegal activities at the flats had been received. “Police will not search the premises if complaints had not been received. We will continue to monitor the situation,” he says. Chairperson for the Steenberg Community Police Forum, Kevin Southgate, says residents have continuously been asked to report illegal activities. However, he says, the police are limited in the actions they take as they can only raid the property and police the matter. “We cannot do anything more because the activities are taking place at City-owned property,” Southgate says. “We need to put the ball back into the court of the City because there is only so much we can do.”


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Help with outing for children Retreat organisation Shelter of Hope will host several programmes during the school holidays. One of the events will be a day outing for children from various communities to the World of Birds in Hout Bay. The identified children come from households where some parents who are wheelchair-bound, unemployed or living in difficult circumstances. For some of them it will be their first outing outside their immediate community. Shelter of Hope appeals to people within the community, business people, religious leaders or institutions for sponsorships or donations. Anyone interested in assisting can contact Theressa Jones on (021) 713 6834 or email shelterofhope@gmail.com

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LAND CLAIMANTS: A LONG WAIT

‘Don’t want’ to return NADINE MOODIE

Following the opening of the land claim process, fter nearly 20 years of democracy Frans’ father founded the South Africa is still battling to break Constantia Restitution Beneficiaries Trust. through the clasp of apartheid. “He started writing a book Despite labels like “Rainbow Nation” and terms such as “equality” spoken each day, about his life and plotted the last chapter to focus on his some still feel the effects of the past. With the recent commemoration of the return to Constantia,” she 1913 Natives’ Land Act, the strides still to says. Her father, Christian Wilbe made towards attaining true equality liam Petersen, died in 2007. were brought home. The Department of Rural Development The last chapter was never and Land reform will mark the centenary written. “We’ve been waiting for 19 of this Act with the Project 2013 theme Reversing the legacy of 1913 Natives Land Act years; it’s been a long wait. Claimants are dying withthe State website says. Through this Act, the site says, white peo- out getting their land back, ple had “ownership of 87% of land, leaving while others are losing pablack people to scramble for a mere 13%”. tience. “The Land Claims office The Act allowed the regime to dispossess non-whites of their land, forced removals did not do thorough reand, in many cases, their homes were bull- search. There are people District Six residents pack their belongings in the ’60s. who don’t want to go back to dozed. PHOTO: PHOTO24 ARCHIVES The dawn of democracy in 1994 brought Constantia, because they’re with it a glimmer of hope for many, through happy where they are or can’t afford the nightmare, Clarke says, adding this could high rates of the suburb. They do not want by why their documents were lost. the land restitution process. He was 44 when his family was finally reMarie Frans was 17 when her family was to rebuild their homes and lives. “I want to go back to the place of my child- located from Simon’s Town to Ocean View forcefully removed from their Constantia hood. I want to relive those happy memo- in 1973. “Most of the residents were moved home in 1966. “It was winter when my family was forced ries. Our land is vacant and I want to live to Ocean View and we were one of two nonwhite families left in Simon’s Town. Our file to move to Grassy Park. I remember wish- there again.” Some families were allowed to stay in was lost in the process,” he says. ing to celebrate my 18th birthday in Con“A white woman, who saw our light on their homes as their documents were lost. stantia. That never happened,” she says. This was the case for the family of collage each night, reported us to the authorities. “Most of the people were forced to move We were moved to Ocean View flats soon to Heideveld and Bonteheuwel. We were for- artist and writer Peter Clarke. Moving the largest part of the population thereafter. It wasn’t difficult moving to the tunate because my father owned property to small portion of land was a logistical flats because most people knew each other.” in Grassy Park.” Clarke does not want to return to Simon’s Town. “I can’t see myself living there again. The past is behind me. Whenever I’m in Simon’s Town I wonder if the people are happy there; I never see people, I only hear dogs barking. It is like going into a town where ghosts live. “Change is inevitable; you can’t place a value on your past. I could go back and live In an effort to combat the theft and resale of City-owned refuse bags, the City’s Solid Waste there, but the neighbourhood is not the Management Department will be printing the letters CCT SWM followed by a serial number same. Many of the people who once lived in black text on all its blue bags as of June 2013. This will ensure that all stolen bags can there have passed on and their descendents be recognised and their source be traced. The City is appealing to residents to please not don’t have a connection to the community.” purchase blue refuse bags bearing this text being sold on street corners as these are stolen Abraham Jacobs, whose family settled in property. The printed bags will be used for all of the Solid Waste Management Department’s Bonteheuwel, lived in Tramway Road, Sea Cleansing Branch activities and programmes. Point. “In the past we were free, close to shops and travelling was easy. In BonteheuReport any individual seen selling the printed bags on the streets, at traffic lights, or wel the south-easter is constantly blowing anywhere else, by contacting the City’s Solid Waste Management branch for Loss Control on and forces you to make peace with the un021 900 1689 or e-mail Riaan.truter@capetown.gov.za. pleasantness.” Jacobs took the payout. “I just knew there If any unprinted blue bags are placed out on the roadside they will be deemed to be illegal was going to be controversy. We were inidumping and dealt with accordingly. tially promised R32 500, but then they told us each family was getting a standard sum Your cooperation and assistance in this matter is highly of R17 500. I took my money and did not go appreciated. This action is in line with maintaining a well-run city. any further.” A new date (31 December 2018) has been proposed for land claims. The bill will be debated in parliament. Email Nomfundo GoACHMAT EBRAHIM bodo, chief land claims commissioner, on CITY MANAGER nsgobodo@ruraldevelopment.gov.za. 101/2013

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RETREAT CHC: FOLDERS GO MISSING, SAY PATIENTS

Long wait raises ire

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laims of poor service delivery at the Retreat Community Health Centre have skyrocketed the blood pressure of patients. Topping the list are claims of missing folders, unhygienic conditions, tardy service and incompetent staffers. Lavender Hill resident Farzaanah Lakay accompanies her 87-year-old grandfather to the day hospital twice a month. He needs to undergo treatment and collect his medication. On their last visit the pair had to wait for 13 hours before being told her grandfathers’ folder had been misplaced. “They initially told us to wait and I regularly went to (the counter to) ask what is happening and why it was taking so long. After sitting there nearly the entire day, they said they couldn’t find the folder. We were asked to return the next day,” she says. They returned at 07:30 the following day and were again told to wait until her grandfather’s name was called. Hours later, Lakay again approached the front desk only to be told the folder couldn’t be found. “Why couldn’t they tell me that earlier the morning? Instead, we had to sit and wait and, only after I had gone to them, they told me that the folder was still missing,” she says, angrily. Another annoyed patient, who asked not to be named, says the facility is in a “disgusting” state. He says he was forced to wait in unhygienic conditions, after also being told that his folder could not be found. “On two occasions I was not helped as my folder was missing. But I was not informed about this and ended sitting there until 22:00,” he says.

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The irate Steenberg resident was eventually assisted, after his folder was found, but the facility lab was closed and he was forced to return for a third time. “This issue should be investigated. From babies to the elderly are waiting to be helped. But when we ask the staffers what the hold-up is, they say it was not their problem.” In April People’s Post reported on the tardy service at the facility (“Sick and tired of waiting”, 2 April). At the time a nine-month pregnant Retreat woman said she was forced to reschedule her due date four times, due to long waiting lines. Community worker Clive Jacobs previously visited the hospital after receiving a number of complaints from the community. On his visit, he says, he witnessed patients being bullied, screamed at, ill-treated, the elderly forced to wait for hours without any food and an unhygienic ablution facility. “This is a management issue because everybody at the hospital cannot be painted with the same brush. There are very good doctors working from there,” Jacobs says. “This is a really sad situation and I can understand why the people are complaining.” He approached management and the provincial Department of Health, but says his letters were left unanswered. “The management knows that if they should address these problems, they are opening a can of worms. This is something they will not be able to deal with, which is why they are ignoring these complaints,” Jacobs says. People’s Post forwarded a detailed list of questions through to the provincial Department of Health, but they did not respond at the time of going to print.

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son. The IEC also has fixed point registration drives where they drop pamphlets to notify people of a registration day and venue where they can register. “This is usually at the voting station. We always try to make the process as easy as possible for people,” says Sampson. People’s Post polled readers to find out if they were registered or planned on registering for the coming elections. Sarah Johnson, a first-year university student, says she was never of legal age to vote so she hasn’t been registered, but plans to do so now. “I think it is important to take an interest in what’s happening in the country, because we are the future and should have a choice in how that future will be,” says Johnson. Mikyle Everton, a Diep River resident, says he is registered and plans to vote in the next election. “People are always quick to have an opinion after an election when the results are announced, but did they try to make a difference?” “Voting is something we had to fight hard for and I always make my vote count,” says Everton. A Wynberg resident, who did not want her name mentioned in the paper, says she prefers not to get involved in politics. “I haven’t registered and don’t think I will because politics is an ugly business, everyone makes promises that don’t materialise.” “There will have to be a lot more changes in our country before I’m convinced to vote,” she say. Sampson says although the IEC visits schools and universities, the percentage of registered young voters remains problematic. “Children born in 1994 turned 18 last year and despite visits to schools and universities the figures remain unacceptably low in that age group,” he says. If you are not sure whether you are still registered you can SMS your ID number to 32810 to check your details. “If you move to a new area you have to register in that new voting district so that you can appear on their voters role.” “If you are registered but won’t be near your voting station on the day of elections you can apply to vote somewhere else. The principle is to vote in the district you are registered in,” says Sampson. He says the reason for this is to help with the logistic planning. It helps the IEC plan for how many officials are needed in each area. If for some reason your name does not appear on the voters role on election day, Sampson says you will be allowed to vote if you can supply a proof of registration. “When you register to vote there are two stickers one gets put on the registration form and the other in your ID book. The sticker in your ID will be the only proof of registration that will be accepted,” says Sampson.


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RETREAT: NEW BUILDINGS

Schools set to go from prefab to fab

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one are the days of prefab school buildings. In September, the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) revealed the new infrastructure plan for the 2013/14 to 2015/16 period. Lourier and Delta primary schools are among the 46 schools selected for renovation and rebuild. Principals welcomed the news as they are to witness new school buildings taking shape. Delta Primary principal Bridget Jacobs says the school faced a number of challenges in the past, including lack of water and electricity. The school celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. “I prayed daily for a new school, just so that our pupils can be proud of their school building,” she says. The old prefab on the premises will be removed, making way for a new school building with a media centre and school hall, features which were not part of the school before. The pre-primary classes will also be separated from the rest of the school and will boast a new playground. “At least the children can come to school feeling safe and, even though there were some hiccups, they were solved and we are moving forward,” Jacobs says. They are now eyeing a nearby vacant field to turn into an athletics track and soccer field. Provincial education department spokesperson Bronagh Casey says the process will see the construction of a new building. “In most instances, the old structures are made from wooden or prefabricated materials, and were generally built during the apartheid era,” Casey says. When a school is

replaced, a new structure is built on the school property. In some projects, the new structure would be built right next to the old one, which allows for pupils to continue using the premises. “In other instances, the provision of alternative accommodation, such as mobile units, is required for pupils during the building process,” Casey explains. “The old, inappropriate structures are torn down to make way for the new building.” The WCED’s infrastructure plan includes the building of 46 replacement schools and the roll-out of four replacement classroom projects within a three-year period. “Using our Geographic Information System (GIS) and information obtained from the districts, we were able to ascertain which school buildings were in dire need of replacement,” Casey says. People’s Post attempted to gain comment from Lourier Primary School, but was unsuccessful at the time of going to print.

Hub to help Steenberg community A ray of light has come in the form of a new recreation hub for the community of Steenberg. On Friday, the Coniston Park Recreation Hub was officially unveiled by the City of Cape Town’s Recreation and Amenities Department at the Coniston Park Sport and Recreation Centre in Military Road. The centre will offer free-play, modified sports, board games, ballroom dancing, karate, life skills, after-school activities, structured sporting activities, as well as programmes for seniors and youth. Ward councillor Marita Petersen says opening the hub is a “huge moment”, especially after “fighting for years”. “It is a fantastic achievement for the area and it is really exciting,” she says.

In previous years, the Steenberg community was unable to gain access to proper facilities due to the ongoing refurbishments and upgrades. Petersen says the hub will be the first to host disabled ballroom dancing activities. A recreation study conducted across the Cape metropole showed that only 24.6% of adult residents in Cape Town participate in physical activities in their spare time. However, almost 90% of Capetonians feel that sport and recreation is important. Belinda Walker, Mayoral Committee Member for Community Services and Special Projects says: “The focus of the City’s recreation strategy is to offer fun and engaging activities that grab people’s attention, where there is something for everyone on offer.”


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ith today’s petrol prices nothing sounds more appealing than an entry level car. It means lower monthly instalments and normally comes with a smaller engine using less fuel per kilometre. However all the great sounding perks walk hand-in-hand with manual roll down windows and an aircon consisting of rolling down those manual roll down windows. Your CD player, which is a battery operated beauty, is dragged along to family picnics that you place on the passenger seat to pump the tunes while you cruise downtown. At least this used to be the case before Honda rescued us with the all-new Honda Brio, entry level with a twist. The twist is that it offers you everything you would expect to see in an upper class – for lack of a better word – car, without hurting the bank balance. The Brio’s name was derived from the Italian word for “verve”, “vigour”, “cheerfulness” and “energy”. They couldn’t have named it better! Its sleek look and width gets emphasised by its double triangle design. Choosing between the 1.2 i-VTEC Comfort Manual or the 1.2 iVTEC Comfort Automatic all comes down to preference, seeing that the price difference between the manual and the automatic is a mere R10 000. A safe reliable ride is what we all wish for day-to-day and the Honda guys know this. Even though the Brio is their entry level baby, they didn’t cut back on safety or reliability. With the Brio sporting Honda’s G-CON (G-Force control technology), it has high tensile steel in the key places of the frame while the front body of the Brio is structured in a way to absorb any impact. I’m always ready to hand out a pat on the back to the Honda designers. They never seem to let me down. The execution of the Brio has been flawless, from the exterior to the interior – everything comes together in one fun and exciting package. I get so excited when performance is not compromised due to cost. The four cylinder unit kicks out a feisty 65kW of power at 6 000 r/min, and 109Nm of torque at 4500 r/min. It packs enough of a punch to reach the 100km/h mark in a little bit more than 12 seconds. The fuel economy in the Brio is what gets me going. When you opt for the manual you could get that down all the way to 5,6F/100km, whereas the automatic you will do a 100km with 6,3F of fuel. That’s well under 80 bucks per 100km. The Brio has set the bar high, delivering overall performance in all aspects, as well as keeping your monthly car instalment low. The Brio is a force to be reckoned with. The other hatchbacks will have to watch their backs – the Brio is here to stay. V Model range and pricing: 1.2 i-VTEC Comfort Manual R119 800; 1.2 i-VTEC Comfort Automatic R129 800. Prices include a two-year 30 000km service plan, and three-year 100 000km warranty. Service intervals are every 15 000km.

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Get a grip to stay safe VANN VAN STADEN

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ere are some handy tips to keep Capetonians safe on the roads this winter. When we think of road safety during the cold rainy winter months we all instinctively think of our tyres. Are your tyres the correct tyre pressure for icy and wet weather? The tread on your tyres? The condition of your tyres? But what then? After taking a look at our tyres, what else can we look at to make sure we’re ready for winter? Mother Nature has already shown us that we’re in for a few surprises this winter. Just the other day parts of the Mother City resembled a ski resort. Here are a few safety tips, from tyres to windscreen wipers, breaks, to safe following distances. Let’s keep our roads accident-free this winter. ; Start with the basics. Go to a fitment centre to make sure your tyres are the correct tyre pressure for icy roads. They will also check the tread on your tyres to make sure your tyres are road worthy. ; We don’t use our windscreen wipers for more than 70% of the year. That’s excluding the moment when a bird leaves a steamy present on your windscreen. Make sure your wipers are in perfect condition. No

cracks or tears must be visible on the blades. A good set of wipers won’t set you back more than R200 and it’s worth the investment. ; Being visible during the cold dark winter months is vital. Make sure all your bulbs are in working condition and the lenses are clean. ; One of the best tips this winter won’t cost you a cent. It’s vitally important to leave a safe following distance at all times. Instead of the normal one-car length following distance, it’s not a bad idea to add another car’s length to the distance. This will allow for sufficient break time space. ; Speed? Forget it. Snail’s pace is the safest way forward. Luckily we live in Cape Town, so we already travel a lot slower than the rest of South Africa, but it won’t do any harm if we slow down even more. This does not mean you must come to a complete standstill. Once you lose momentum, it is going to take a lot more effort to regain movement without slipping and sliding all over the show. Now looking at more technical tips to take on icy roads: ; Keep your car in a low gear. This will give you more traction. It will prevent the need to accelerate when approaching a hill. ; In the off chance of your car sliding on

a slippery road, do not over-correct by steering in the opposite direction. This will make your car spin more. Should your rear wheels slide to the right, steer to right until you regain traction. As soon as it feels like you got some traction, slowly start steering in the direction you want to go. It’s vital to keep calm and not overreact. ; When you break, remember to break gently. If by chance your wheels start spinning, release the break. Should your car not have ABS (Anti-lock braking system), just gently pump/tap the break. That will automatically slow the car down. If you are fortunate

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10 OUT AND ABOUT Tuesday 25 June V Retreat: The Retreat Business Forum will meet at 18:30 at Norton’s Panel Shop in 10th Avenue. All business owners welcome. Contact Kevin Southgate on 082 788 1181. V Retreat: Xhosa lessons will be offered at the

Retreat Library every Tuesday at 16:00. Classes are free and people of all ages are welcome. Call Grant Solomons on 072 962 0734 or Pete Humpreys on 082 319 3512. Friday 28 June V Retreat: The Douglas Murray Home for the

PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Tuesday, 25 June 2013 Aged will host the production of Hats Off – The hilarious songbook of Flanders and Swann to raise funds at Theatre on the Bay. Cheese and wine or juice on arrival from 19:00, with the show starting at 20:00. Tickets are R150 each. To buy or to confirm number of tickets, contact Gregory Sirmongpong on (021) 712 2146. Alternatively email him at fundraising@douglas­ murray.co.za. V Grassy Park: Grassy Park Klawerjas Club will host a karaoke disco at the Grassy Park Hotel from 20:00 until late. Admission is R20. Phone Chris on 073 301 3702. Saturday 29 June V Ottery: House of Grace Family Church, 59 Ottery Road, is hosting a Trip Around the World starting at 10:00. Booklets cost R100 each and there will be lots of fun. For more details call 076 083 2019. V Ottery: The Reading Room will have a market day from 09:00 until 14:00 at 20 Ottery Value Centre, opposite the Ottery Hypermarket. Come and support organisations that work with women, children and the homeless in the communities. For further information contact 082 474 0951. V Steenberg: Christian Community Action will host a Youth Engagement Project (YEP) from 11:30 in the St Anne’s Church hall in Orchestra Street. YEP is open for all youth aged between 10 and 18. The programme focuses on crime, violence and abuse in the community and is presented from a biblical perspective. There will be free games, entertainment and refreshments for all participants. Persons who identify with the vision of Christian Community Action and would like to know more about the organisa­ tion or the programme are welcome to attend. Obtain additional information by contacting Enice on 078 368 7145 or Glenda on 072 599 6119. V Grassy Park: Axiom Accessories will be showcasing slap watches and new design ladies smart/casual dresses, along with a range of

other commodities for ladies at a Winter Market at the Sid G Rule Primary School in 7th Avenue in Grassy Park from 09:00 to 18:00. Monday 1 July V Retreat: The Retreat Holiday Club takes place from Monday 1 until Friday 5 July at St Cyprian’s. The holiday club is offered for children from Grade R to 7 from 09:00 until 13:00 daily, as well as for Grades 8 to 12 from 19:00 until 22:00. For additional information contact Janice Cozett on 082 228 7337. V Grassy Park: The Break­Thru Holiday Club 2013 provides safety, fun activities and loads more while learning about Jesus for Grade R to 7. Registration is important and the club is open every morning. There is no cost involved. The club runs from Monday 1 July until Friday 5 July, between 08:00 and 13:00 at Perivale Primary School. Lunch will be provided and donations are welcome. For additional informa­ tion, send an email to gpholiday­ club@gmail.com. Tuesday 2 July V Cafda: The Arts and Craft classes will take place every Tuesday and Thursday from 2 July. The classes are from 09:00 until 12:00. The cost is R30 for each session. A Craft Kit will be provided at an additional cost or you can also take along your own materials and equipment. Obtain additional information by contacting Amanda on (021) 706 2050 or 073 202 4946. Friday 12 July V Steenberg: Derek Burns Music Ministry (dbmm) will host praise and worship bands Aldersgate, Wesley, St Andrews, Love Divine, Simorens, Good Shepherd and St Dominoue in a gospel music extravaganza at St Andrew’s Anglican Church hall, on the corner Basson and Botma streets, at 19:30. Admission costs R30 for adults and R15 for children under 12. Obtain additional information by contacting Mercia on 073 129 3896, Vanessa on 078 150 6355, Ronnie on 071 918 2182 or Clive on 083 778 1454.


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OTTERY/ATHLONE TEL: 021 703 3466 FAX: 021 703 3480

? GEORGINA LOVELL

ANDREA LOVELL

DONNIVAN DE MINK

BASIL WEAVER

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PAM DAMON

PEDRO WAYNE VISAGIE STADLER

Come and be part of this Successful Team

Priced to Sell!

VANGATE R495 000neg

TO LET – PENLYN ESTATE R11 000 p/m

WYNBERG R499 000neg

Neat 2 Bedroom Flat.

Entertainers paradise

2 Bedroom Flat in secure complex

Available 1 July

WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308 GRAHAM CLASSEN 083 741 4953

ANDREA LOVELL 083 536 7206

PEDRO VISAGIE 072 508 8023

Negotiable Commision FREE MARKET VALUATIONS BUYING, SELLING & LETTING Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs. HEAD OFFICE WETTON 021 761 0707

MITCHELL’S PLAIN OFFICE 021 391 2200

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CLAREMONT OFFICE 021 671 0512

OUR SERVICES INCLUDES 1. We do Bonds and are contracted to all the Major Banks 2. We stop auctions as well as buy Distress Properties 3. Free Beetle, Electrical & Plumbing Inspections 4. We offer Bridging Finance to our Sellers 5. Free Will’s drawn up, Ordinary as well as Shariah Compliant 6. Free Property related Advice

EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD EACH FRANCHISE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED

Ottery To Let R 7,000 p/m

Zeekoevlei For Sale R 1.4m

Large 4 bed home close to Hyper and China Town

Ultimate designer 3 home + 2 bed flat. Bics all rooms, large open plan lounge/stunning kitchen, family bathroom, his and hers en-suite with corner bath and Jacuzzi, patio door from main room to pool, 2 bed flat with built in Jetmaster braai and entertainment centre, sparkling pool, three car garage, remote gates + intercom and alarm. All fittings of the highest quality.

Zeekoevlei “On The Water” For Sale R 1.7m For the nature lover. Spacious 3 bed home on the sought after Peninsula. Lounge with cosy fireplace, dining, fitted kitchen, laundry, full family bathroom ++ pool and entertainment deck. Plot size 744m2

Retreat Townhouse For Sale R 520,000

Neat three bed townhouse. Bics all rooms, spacious lounge, fully fitted kitchen, laundry, family bathroom + guest loo, carport, fully enclosed, alarm. Strandfontein For Sale R 599,000

Zeekoevlei “On The Water” For Sale R 2.495m Ideal duel living property. Large completely refurbished 4 bed, double storey home. All rooms en-suite, bics and lam floors, 2 x lounges, 2 x kitchens, dining room, triple garage, pool and own private jetty. Remote garage door and gate, plot size 799m2

Grassy Park For Sale R 850,000

Neat three beds in best location. Lounge with f/p, fully fitted kitchen, laundry, family bathroom, separate loo, single garage, blinds throughout, plot 544 m2 Kensington For Sale R 799,000

Neat 3 Beds, bics, lounge, fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom + main en-suite, 4 car enclosed carport, blinds throughout, alarm + armed response and monitoring.

Well kept 4 Bed home. Bics all rooms, lounge + dining, fully fitted kitchen, laundry, family bathroom, main en-suite, seperate loo, garage, covered back patio, remote gate, alarm (monitored), satellite dish plot 520 m2.

Grassy park For Sale R899,000 Executive 3 Bed home close to M5. Spacious lounge/dining with f/p, stunning gourmet kitchen, 4 bathrooms (2 x ensuites), 3 to 4 car garage +++ large gunite pool. Fully enclosed + alarm.

Muizenberg For Sale R 799,000 (NEG) Just 2 minutes from Sunrise Beach. 3 Beds, lounge, dining with f/p, mod. fully fitted kitchen, 3 bathrooms, single garage ++ 5 x 2.5m wooden bungalow with water and electricity.

CONTACT NOEL FURLONG 021 705 5105 • 083 479 1487 www.furlongproperties.co.za

View pics of these and other listings at www.harcourts.co.za Harcourts Model Estates 021 706 1101 modelestates@harcourts.co.za ZEEKOEVLEI R1 195 000 Waterfront property. 4 beds on 1434m2 plot. Approved plans for future extensions. Remote controlled gate.

ROCKLANDS R370 000 Extended semi detached. Lounge, kitchen, 3 beds main en suite, 1 bed with bic’s, bathroom. Burglar Bars.

ZEEKOEVLEI R680 000 2 Bed house with bic’s in rooms and kitchen. Remote controlled door with double carport. Approved plans for extensions.

RENT – GARLANDALE R3 700pm (Inc Elec & Water) Available 1 July 1 bedroom spacious, immaculate granny flat with walk in closet, main en suite, fully fitted kitchen open plan to lounge. Fully burglar barred and alarmed. Suitable for single professional or student

CONISTON PARK R545 000 Neat spacious starter home, 2 Bed, bic’s in beds + Kitchen, laminated floors through out, fully enclosed corner plot. CONISTON PARK R650 000 Neat 3 bed family home, main en suite, bic’s in 2 rooms, mod fully fitted oak kitchen. Undercover entertainment area. Remote tandem garage. Fully enclosed and alarmed. RETREAT LAKEVIEW R299 000 2 Beds, fully fitted kitchen, 1st floor flat with parking. TO VIEW PHONE DAWN THORNTON 083 733 5538 021 706 1101 (o) / 021 701 6444 (h) RETREAT – CONISTON PARK Privately built, in cul-de-sac. Large lounge & rooms. Enclose parking. Vacant – early occupation possible for qualified buyer. Offers Presented RETREAT (8th Avenue) Opposite Green Zone. Super, improved 3 beds, en suite, ff kitchen, d/t garage. Offers Presented from R850 000 BERGVLIET Near station. Neat, Secure and very Spacious 1st floor flat with bic’s and gleaming wooden floors – only R625 000. HEATHFIELD Near schools. Good rental return. 3 beds with sep flatlet & double garage. R1 100 000. BUYING OR SELLING CALL ROY FRANKS 082 656 1333 021 706 1101 (o) 021 715 9000 (h)

Shop11, Village Square, Southfield Road, Plumstead. * Sign a sole mandate with us this Winter and we will pay your Beetle, Plumbing & Electrical Certificates (T&C's apply) * Buy or Sell a property through us and we will have your will drafted for FREE “We welcome Ilhaam Martin to CEP” 44 ST HELENA BAY PLOTS – R18 MILLION – Do u want to invest in property on the West Coast? 44 plots in prime area close to St Helena Bay Hotel & Police Station. Upmarket area in St Helena Bay, 360 degree view of sea & mountain, total extent of 1.33 hectares. Charles – 082 498 4725

bath, dbl gar, 3 sep entrances, huge grounds, 864m WYNBERG FLAT- R649 000.00 - 3 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge, parking bay LENTEGEUR – R315 000.00 – 3 beds, O/P kitchen & lounge, fam bath Tania – 084 506 4764

SEAWINDS – R395 000.00 – 2 beds, FFK, lounge, corner plot, sgl carport WOODSTOCK – R630 000.00 – 3 beds with bics in 2, FFK, lounge, jet master, fam bath THORNTON FLAT – R499 000.00 – Ground floor flat, 2 beds with bics, O/P FFK, lounge, fam bath TAFELSIG – R199 000.00 – 2 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge RETREAT – R699 000.00 – 3 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge, dining room PORTLANDS - R450, 000.00 - 3 bed corner plot, bics in 2nd bed, FFK, lounge, fam bath with shower, sngle carport in front, dble carport at back. NEW TAFELSIG – R285 000.00 – 3 beds, O/P kitchen & lounge, fam bath MUIZENBERG – R785 000.00 – 3 beds, bics in 2, FFK, combined lounge & d/room, fam bath, sngl gar Edgar – 078 642 8473

GRASSY PARK FLAT – R260 000.00 – Ground floor, 2 beds, kitchen, lounge, fam bath, 1 parking, remote access RETREAT – R625 000.00 – 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, fam bath with bath & shower, dbl gar GRASSY PARK FLAT – R200 000.00 – 1st floor, 2 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge TAFELSIG – R220 000.00 – Maisonette, 2 beds, bath, kitchen, lounge, d/room. Alison - 082 462 6700

ZEEKOEVLEI MEWS – R410 000.00 - 2 beds, ffk, lounge, fam bath Carl – 072 235 5917 SEAWINDS – R440 000.00- 3 beds with bics, FFK, lounge, fam bath, single garage HANOVER PARK – R299 000.00 – 3 beds, bics in 2, lounge, kitchen, family bath, entertainment area, small garden GRASSY PARK – R950 000.00 - 3 Beds, lounge, d/room, kitchen, fam

021 762 9992

BAYVIEW – R595 000.00 – Fully enclosed, burglar bars all round, big grounds, 3 beds with BICS, en-suite, lounge, family bathroom, O/P FFK GRASSY PARK – R665 000.00 – 3 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge, garage EERSTERIVIER – R289 000.00 – 2 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge WEMBLEY PARK – R469 000.00 – 3 beds, fam bath, kitchen, lounge, carport Lauret – 083 479 4196

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PENLYN ESTATE R429 000neg

SELLERS: I HAVE QUALIFIED BUYERS! PHONE FATAANA 072 343 8844, 021 706 1101 (o) WINDSOR PARK / ELFINDALE R1 895 000 Architect designed home overlooking greenbelt and Princess Vlei. Lounge, sep dining, 4 beds, study, 3 baths, dble garage and teen pad. Many extras. LANSDOWNE R1 150 000 Pinati Estate. Spacious home, lounge/dining, fitted kitchen, 4 beds, main en suite, garage, 6 car carport. PLUMSTEAD R975 000 Comfortable facebrick semi. Lounge/dining, 3 beds, main en suite, garage. LOTUS RIVER R695 000 Off Klip Road. 3 Beds, lounge/dining, carport + Granny Flat. RETREAT FROM R595 000 LAKEVIEW Plot & Plan – 3 beds, lounge, kitchen on fully enclosed plot. Select your own finishes. SOUTHFIELD R595 000 Spacious north facing flat. Lounge with sliding doors to private balcony, fitted kitchen, 2 bedrooms and parking. HOUSES & RENTAL PROPERTIES WANTED FOR QUALIFIED CLIENTS PHONE CAS MULLER 082 8555 883 021 706 1101 (o), 021 712 7412 (h)


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Heritage and history at Tri-Rock

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OBBEN ISLAND’s very own triathlon, the Tri-Rock Robben Island, is back on Saturday 12 October and participants are entering fast. The Tri-Rock offers athletes a unique experience on one of the world’s most famous heritage sites. Tri-Rock Founder Grant Kunneke expects this year’s event to be even better than the inaugural race last year. “TriRock Robben Island is not only about honouring the memory of this important piece of our history, it is also about the

preservation of the island itself,” says Kunneke. “Through these events, and other upcoming events, we strive to aid in the development and rehabilitation of the island over time. “The support from local and international athletes has been incredible, and we believe the event this year will be one for the books.” The event will include two races – the shorter distance “4:14:4” which will consist of a 400m swim, 14km cycle and 4km

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of the prison cells. Guests will learn more about the prison through a tour with an ex-prisoner and warden, as well as enjoy dinner and breakfast on site before the big day. Entry for the “4:14:4” will cost R650 per athlete, while the “8:28:8” will cost R850. The fee includes the cost of the ferry trip, bicycle transfer, prison tour, finisher’s shirt, goodie bag and finisher’s medal. V Visit www.trirock-robbenisland.com for more information.

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run, and the more challenging “8:28:8” which will consist of an 800m swim, 28km cycle and 8km run. Participants can look forward to the breathtaking scenery, from the swim stage in the harbour to the cycling and running stages of the race. The day will also be filled with music to add to the festivities. Tri-Rock Robben Island and Robben Island Museum are also offering athletes the opportunity to experience the island with accommodation on the island in one

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List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R379 000 LENTEGEUR 3 Bedroom Home Consisting of a Lounge, Dinning Room, Kitchen and Family Bathroom. Parking for 2 Cars. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R220 000 TAFELSIG Fully Enclosed 3 Bedroom House Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen and Fam Bath. Carport for 1 Car. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R319 000 LENTEGEUR: Enclosed 3 Bedroom Corner House Consisting of a Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Family Bathroom. Close to All Amenities. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R315 000 LENTEGEUR: Fully Enclosed 2 Bedroom House with a Lounge,Tv Room, Dinette, Fitted Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Also Situated Close to all Amenties. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R450 000 WESTRIDGE Fully Enclosed Freestanding 3 Bedroom House Consisting of a Lounge, F.Kitchen and Fam Bath. Parking for 3 Cars. FAZLYN 073 184 2535 R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bedroom House with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F.Kitchens, 1 with a Scullery, Double Automated Garage, Automated Gates, Swimming Pool, Pool House & plenty more... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R199 000 TAFELSIG: 3 Bedroom House Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R339 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 500m² Pan Handle Plot in a Nice and Quiet area situated in Zeekoevlei. GADIJA 082 823 1801

CALL US FOR A NO OBLIGATION FREE VALUATION.

R275 000 EASTRIDGE: R615 000 STRANDFONTEIN Fully Enclosed Neat Semi Attached VILLAGE Freestanding Newly 3 Bedroom House with a Lounge, Renovated 3 Bedroom House with F.Kitchen, F.Bath, Burglar Bars BIC, Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath, Throughout, Automated Garage Sep Toilet + Extra Large Garage in a with Parking for 2 Cars. Quiet Cul De Sac. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411 SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118.

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R260 000 MORGENS VILLAGE: Fully Enclosed 2 Bedroom Maisonette Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen and Family Bathroom.Close to all Amenties and Westgate Mall. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R1 300 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 3 Beds with MES and BIC. Also Features a Lounge with a Fire Place, Dining Room, F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom, Pool & Double Automated Garage Situated on a 1041m² Plot.

FAZLYN 073 184 2535

Attention sellers we have buyers for: Bay View, Beacon Valley, Colorado, Eastridge, Eagle Park, Lentegeur, Tafelsig, Pelikan Park/Heights, Portlands, Rocklands, Rondevlei, Strandfontein, Westridge, Westgate, Woodlands

AGENTS WANTED:Join our family and let us share our success with you!

COLORADO - R580 000

RYLANDS R760 000. Gamsa Street. 3 bedroom d/storey semi-detached home, enclosed u/cover parking ATHLONE­MOUNTVIEW R760 000. Armstrong Crescent. F/fitted 3 bed semi-detached home full bathroom, garage, parking for 3 vehicles, nice entertainment area! ATHLONE R285 000. Capuchin Street. Vacant plot measuring 237m²; in close proximity to all modes of transport and amenities

3 beds with BICS, big lounge, ent. area. Gar for 4 cars plus a separate entrance. Needs TLC

BAYVIEW - R399 000 Great starter home, 3 beds. Needs TLC

WOODRIDGE-R460 000

Very neat 3 beds with BICS. FFK, great garden for kids

ZEEKOEVLEI-R995 000 Neat 3 bed facebrick, sep

R780 000. Capuchin Street. Spacious 4 bedroom home with lounge/dining room, fitted kitchen, guest loo + full bath. Neat garden!

bathroom + en-suite, FFK with granite tops, double garage. 780sqm plot with massive pool

CRAWFORD-R1 150 000 3 beds with massive cnr plot. Has

R410 000 neg. Herbrand Street. Valuable vacant land measuring 535m² Zoning-Single Residential 1 RENTAL PROPERTY R9 000 p/m. Rylands Rd, Rylands. Vacant retail outlet - 160m². Zoning - General Business B1 GONA 082 926 2371 www.pillayproperties.co.za

great potential. Needs TLC.

PH 079 768 6361 OR 084 947 4626

MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250 VANGUARD VILLAS (Mitchell's Plain) ONLY R449 000

ROCKLANDS R325 000 RETREAT R649 000 (Close To Retreat Road) (Close To Mosque)

MARK ANTHONY 021-704 2160/ 083 482 4250 STRANDFONTEIN ONLY R429 000

EERSTERIVER R430 000

KENWYN R719 000

Lovely freestanding 3 beds, built-in-cupboards, large lounge, open plan fully fitted kitchen, family bathroom, garage + very safe environment!.

4 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport for 2 cars, enclosed.

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

CLOSE TO "ON THE BAY" 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Unfinished 4th bedroom and Garage.

TANDEM GARAGE Lovely 3 beds, bics, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, family bathroom, tandem Garage + Large grounds.

PRIME AREA Semi, 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, secure parking, enclosed.

WYNBERG (Broad Road) Only R649 000

EESTERIVER ONLY R289 000

TAFELSIG ONLY R220 000

EERSTERIVER/KLEINVLEI ONLY R399 000

WESTRIDGE R449 000

Large approx 104 square metre Flat. 3 large beds, spacious lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Very Spacious Flat. Close to Bus Terminus and Station. Secure. Opposite Broad Road Medi-Clinic.

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed + Large Grounds.

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. If your combined wages is approx. R6800 00 per month you could buy this house.

5 BEDS – DOUBLE STOREY 5 beds, 2 lounges, corner bath, 2 toilets, Fully fitted kitchen with oven and hob. Long Drive-way. Cash buyers come negotiate.

Urgenty need properties for my approved buyers in All AREAS including Ottery, Grassy Park, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone. Please call Mark Anthony Today 021 704 2160 083 482 4250

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 021 7042160 or 083 482 4250

COURTYARD WITH BRAAI Large 3 bedrooms mes (corner bath and shower), family bathroom, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, courtyard with braai, storeroom, garage facade. Large grounds in front.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 021 7042160 or 083 482 4250

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 082 673 1503

ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289 082 673 1503 CONISTON PARK R689 000

MITCHELL'S PLAIN ONLY R449 000

PAROW ONLY R929 000

MATROOSFONTEIN R450 000

THE LEAGUES 3 beds (bics), mes, fully fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, diningroom, indoor fireplace, entertainment area, tandem garage for 2 cars +++ seperate entrance (Maid's room), free-standing

SWIMMING POOL 4 beds, fully-fitted kitchen, louge and diningroom, seperate entrence, plot size 800 m²+++ swimming pool

OUTDOOR BRAAI 3 beds (bics), fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, fire-place, bathroom with shower, garage for 3 cars, large grounds, freestanding and outdoor braai

GRASSY PARK R665 000

TAFELSIG R299 000

DELFT ONLY R199 000

HANOVER PARK R439 000

WOODLANDS R259 000

KUILSRIVER R425 000

KRAAIFONTEIN R375 000

PICTURE PRETTY 3 beds (bics), fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, family bathroom, fully enclosed large grounds

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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Tuesday, 25 June 2013

Cape club rugby set for overhaul LIAM MOSES

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ape Town’s club rugby leagues are set for an overhaul next season when the current format of the competition will be scrapped. The Western Province Rugby Football Union (WPRFU) currently runs eight different leagues of ten teams each, with the top two gaining promotion to a higher league each year. The bottom two teams are relegated. However, as of next year the top 45 clubs in the region will be split into three different 15-team groups – A, B and C – as part of the same “Premier Competition”. The clubs seeded from 46-78 on the rankings will be divided into three different regional competitions, in the “Northern”, “Southern” and “City” Leagues. The change in format has received contrasting reactions from some of the city’s biggest clubs. Michael Reynolds, chairperson of South Africa’s oldest club Hamilton’s, says he is against the change. “It takes us away from the strength versus

strength (competition). Maties already beat the lower sides in the Super League A by 80 points and now there are five sides that are weaker than the bottom sides in the league,” he says. Reynolds adds that the new competition’s other weakness is that teams will only play each other once in the league stage, before the top six sides advance to knockout rounds. “The structure now – strength versus strength, home and away – is the only way it can work. That’s a true reflection. You play home and away, and there are no excuses.” The knockout phase of the competition will be similar to Super Rugby, with the top two in each group advancing to semi-finals, while teams placed three to six will face off in quarter-finals to determine the other two semi-finalists. Teams placed from seventh to 14 in the groups will advance to a “Top Eight” knockout competition, with quarter-finals, semis and a final. Although the top two and bottom two

teams in each group will still be promoted and relegated, the promotion/relegation format has also changed. The third-placed team in each league, expect Group A of the “Premier Competition”, will face off against the 13th-placed team in the lower league, with the winner gaining promotion. Chairperson of Primrose RFC, Faghier Gamieldien, says the inclusion of a knockout element is one of the primary reasons he voted for the tournament. “If you are in fourth place in Super League B and you know you cannot be promoted or demoted then what are you playing for?” he says. “Every year you find Maties or the other big clubs winning the Super League A. The new structure gives the other clubs a chance to win the league. It gives everyone an opportunity to win.” The regional leagues will take a similar format, with the 11 teams in each league playing the other sides in their league only once. The top three from each league will then advance to a combined league competi-

tion, to play a single round of matches to find an ultimate winner. Teams placed from four to 11 will play another round of games in their respective leagues. Although the competition as a whole drew contrasting responses from the various clubs, everyone agreed that a major downside was the fact that the second, third or under-20 team competitions will not have a knockout competition. Dr Nasief van der Schyff, Collegians RFC junior vice president, says the length of the season could have socio-economic impacts on some clubs. “In the new format each team is guaranteed only 14 games, while we are currently guaranteed 18 games,” he says. “For a club like Collegians, which uses rugby as an alternative to gangsterism and drugs, it may result in us not playing enough rugby and putting players at risk of some of the socio-economic problems.” Danny Jones, WPRFU general manager of amateur rugby, decline the opportunity to comment on the new structures, saying the union was still finalising on some aspects.

FUND RUN: Teacher and community worker Irafaan Abrahams (left) and Glendale High School principal Achmat Chotia stand on the site where they hope an athletics tracks will be built. Abrahams will run the Amsterdam Marathon in October to raise funds for the project. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

Road running to raise the rands LIAM MOSES A Mitchell’s Plain teacher aims to complete a hat-trick of international marathons this year and raise almost R400 000 in the process. Irafaan Abrahams, a teacher at Rocklands High School and a well-known community worker, completed the New York and Chicago marathons in 2011 and 2012, respectively, as part of his One Million Rand Challenge. Thus far he has raised over R610 000 and now aims to reach his R1-million target by running the Amsterdam Marathon in October. Abrahams achieved his incredible feat by enlisting the help of schools, running clubs and other organisations, who used donation cards to collect R5 for every kilometre of the races he ran. While the schools kept most of the money raised, the other organisations donated the funds to a charity Abrahams selected as the beneficiary. In 2011 the selected beneficiary was the Beit-tul-aman Old Age Home, in 2012 cancer charities Ama Bele Belles and Cancervive were the beneficiaries and this year Abrahams has selected Glendale High School as the main beneficiary. Abrahams says Glendale’s aim to build the first international standard athletics track in Mitchell’s Plain at the school’s grounds is “extremely important”. “We produce so many top school athletes; they must get used to running on a proper tartan track,” he says. “The school could be a hub of all athletic activity (in the area). We could start cultivating young athletes from primary school level. The local athletics clubs could also use the track as a base to enhance the longer distances of running.

Clubs who don’t have a base could find a home here at Glendale High. At Vygieskraal you have clubs like Itheko and Top Form speed training. The same thing could happen in Mitchell’s Plain.” The track will cost between R7-million and R12-million to build. So far Glendale has raised around R300 000 over five years. Principal Achmat Chotia says the programme forms part of the Mitchell’s Plain Education Forum’s vision to create schools which make pupils “feel good about where they come from” and says the track could help to “save a lot of our children from gangsterism, crime and drugs”. “We want government to buy into it and join us. Our aim is to have at least five or six Mitchell’s Plain athletes represent South Africa at the Olympics soon,” says Chotia. “If we are given the necessary infrastructure and develop Mitchell’s Plain, which is the size of the City of Bloemfontein, we will achieve so much more.” Traditionally athletics has been one of the most popular sports in Mitchell’s Plain, but the area’s athletes are forced to travel to Bellville or Athlone to train on a tartan track. Chotia envisions that the track will be managed by Glendale and the some of the area’s athletics clubs. It will be used by all the schools in Mitchell’s Plain. Abrahams usually hand-picks just 10 schools to participate in the programme, but this year he has opened the project to any school or organisation which wants to raise money for itself or the Glendale project. V Anyone interested in participating in the One Million Rand Challenge can phone Abrahams on 084 283 9977.

STRETCHED: Santos FC’s Jurie Basie reaches the ball ahead of Chippa United’s William Twala during a Premier Soccer League (PSL) promotion/relegation play­off match at Cape Town Stadium on Sunday. Santos lost 1­0, meaning they can no longer earn promotion to the PSL. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/GALLO IAMAGES

CONTROL: Cape United FC’s Never Nqcuka shields the ball from Kensington United player Ashwill Davids during an Engen Knockout Challenge phase two play­off match in Manenberg on Sunday. Cape United won 1­0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS


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A step closer to KO finals LIAM MOSES

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he final qualification round of the 10th annual Engen Knockout Challenge kicked off with goals galore on Sunday. The field has now been whittled down from over 100 teams to just 32 sides, divided into eight groups of four teams each. People’s Post is the media sponsor of the tournament. Sunday saw 16 matches take place, with teams facing off against the other sides in their groups in the hopes of taking one for the 13 spots available in the finals of the tournament. Grassy Park side Crusaders grabbed first place on the Group One standings with a 4-2 victory over Elsies River, while Cape United beat Kensington 1-0 to take second place. In Group Two Mitchell’s Plain’s Kenpark United and Invincible Cravenby took first and second on the standings respectively, after Kenpark beat Two Oceans Academy 2-0 and Cravenby edged FC Kapstadt 2-1. Hanover Park FC thrashed Bright Stars 7-1 to take the top spot in Group Three, while Kuils River FC beat Mitchell’s Plain’s Leeds Lentegeur 2-1 to claim second place. Mitchell’s Plain side Woodlands United hold first place in Group Four after a 3-1 win over Retreat’s Oregan Spurs, while Bishop Lavis pulled off the tournament’s biggest shock, beating Old Mutual Academy to take second place on the group standings. In Goup Five, Claremont’s ASD Cape Town predictably top the standings after a 3-0 win over Eastern Rovers. Retreat’s Southampton beat Mitchell’s Plain’s Beacon Spurs 2-0 to take second place. Island Rovers were the only victors in Group Six and lead the standings thanks to their 3-0 win over Great Commission. Green Point Selesians and Stephanian Ottery hold second and third places respectively after their goalless draw. In Group Seven, Atlantic Nacional hold first and Kraaifontein City are second after both sides secured 3-0 victories in their games against KTC All Stars and Turfall FC respectively. Vasco da Gama was the only winners in Group Eight’s two fixtures, edging out United FC 3-2. The National First Division side hold first on the table, with Eagle Wings and Mitchell’s Plain’s Leeds United in second and third, respectively, after their 1-1 draw and United in fourth. The top 13 sides from this round will qualify for the finals of the tournament, while the three next best teams will be on standby should any of the other teams not be able to take part. The play-offs will continue on Sunday 30 June, with 32 fixtures taking place between 09:30 and 14:30 at The Greens in Manenberg.

STRIPPED: Abdul Bester of Mitch­ ell’s Plain’s Bea­ con Spurs,tackles Nazeem Johnson of Retreat’s Southampton FC during a Engen Knockout Chal­ lenge phase two play­off match in Manenberg on Sunday. South­ ampton won 2­0. PHOTO: ISAACS

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