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A hearty treat to eat Children were given a sweet treat at Blue Route Mall as Cupcakes for Hope celebrated national Cupcake Day last week. The team sold cupcakes to raise funds for children who have been diagnosed with cancer. Children from Butterfly Way Educare in Vrygrond re­ ceived free cupcakes and teddy bears from Build­A­Bear. Logan Genever (right) from Steenberg was one of the first customers at Blue Route Mall last weekend. Along with her mom the young girl picked out cupcakes in support of national Cupcake Day. Cupcakes for Hope raised funds for children living with can­ cer. PHOTO: MONIQUE DUVAL

INFORMAL SETTLEMENT: COMMUNITY ANGRY

‘Rape’ shack demolished TAURIQ HASSEN

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he Village Heights community are up in arms as news of the rape of a 21-yearold woman swept through the informal settlement. The incident occurred in a vacant shack which has been the bone of contention for residents. They claim to have made numerous requests to the City of Cape Town to have the shack demolished. It was eventually broken down on Sunday 22 September, a few hours after the incident had occurred. Community worker Aysha Davids says a number of requests were made to have the shack demolished, but the community received no responses from the City. “People are really angry in this communi-

ty, as we complained about this shack but nobody listened,” she says. “Now a (woman) has been raped, her life destroyed and only now does the City come forward and do what they were supposed to have done months ago.” Davids says Village Heights has a large number of shacks from which illegal shebeens, drug dens and prostitution rings operate. This, Davids says, has been communicated to the City. “Why must something ugly first happen before anybody listens to our people? If the City just did their job properly, they could have avoided this rape,” she says. But Mayoral Committee member for Human Settlements Tandeka Gqada explains the City would require a court order to de-

molish a structure, even if criminal activity is taking place. “If officials find a vacant structure, they will investigate to establish if there is an occupant who is perhaps on holiday, (in) hospital (or) out of town. Officials will then demolish the structure only if we have proof that it is vacant,” she says. Gqada claims the City’s Anti-Land Invasion Unit (ALIU) had only received a request to remove the structure on Sunday 22 September. However, the unit was not responsible for demolishing the structure. If a vacant structure is found, the Informal Settlement Management (ISM) will alert the ALIU, which, in turn, will conduct an investigation. She says a community leader alerted the

ISM staff that the structure’s occupant was in the process of moving out the previous day (Saturday 21 September). Some furniture was still in the structure. “On Monday 23 September, an ALIU team was despatched to investigate,” Gqada says. “They subsequently found that the occupant had demolished the structure herself, earlier that morning.” Steenberg police spokesperson Constable Zodwa Kedama says the rape victim was on her way to a shop when one of the suspects grabbed her. She then was dragged into the vacant shack. “There were two other suspects inside the shack and they apparently threatened her, telling her they are all gangsters and would kill her if she resisted,” Kedama says. To page 3


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 3 October 2013

CALL TO REGULATE: AVOID ‘POP-UP’ DRIVING SCHOOLS

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riving schools need to be regulated in South Africa, says Nazeem Kisten, acting general secretary of the South African Driving School Operators Association (Sadsoa). This comes after the association, which has been in operation for five years, found that very few measures are in place to ensure that driving instructors deliver adequate service to learner drivers. “Driving instructors only need to pass the instructors’ test before they can teach someone how to drive,” says Kisten. “This is not enough, because many instructors learn through trial and error, don’t undergo advanced driving courses, and testing centres are often corrupt and award certificates to people who have failed the test.” Sadsoa sent a draft bill of possible regulatory clauses, which they believe should assist in governing the industry, to the national transport department. Kisten says the bill states that instructors need five years’ driving experience; (and) two years’ work experience as an instructor with an accredited driving school. He adds instructors also need to be “approved by the provincial transport minister; and should also attend a college which offers a rigorous driving school programme”. The bill also looks at ways and means to regulate and accredit the driving school industry. All driving schools in South Africa are unregulated as there’s no regulatory body. More than 95% have not been accredited by the Transport Education Training Authority (Teta). This accreditation allows for driving schools to apply for government and business tenders where they’ll be able to teach learner drivers.

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LEARNING CURVE: A call has been made to have driving schools regulated. Kisten says tough economic times are often the cause for people becoming driving instructors – they may have lost their jobs and have a car and some patience to teach learner drivers. “But pop-up driving schools, which are often called pirates, also need to be accredited by Teta. Accreditation usually costs between R25 000 and R30 000, which only the large, more established driving schools can afford,” he says. “The only way more driving schools will be accredited is if government reduces the large costs attached to accreditation and Teta approval. Large driving schools have no issues with accrediting their businesses, because they have means to do so.”

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Kisten says acquiring a driver’s license will become more difficult over time due to the computerised learner’s test implemented at some testing centres. This new testing means will require learner’s license candidates to sit in a simulator to test their possible driving skills, as well as 16 hours of preparation. He hopes to see testing yards regulated to ensure they meet the standards set by the bill. “Driving schools should join the association so they can be prepared for the possible regulations, because by the time the government passes the legislation no one will be able to have an unaccredited driving

Get high and healthy with kite festival On Course Communication and NPO Cape Mental Health have won a 2013 Apex Award for Excellence in the Microsite and Individual Web Pages category for the Cape Town International Kite Festival website. The awards is an annual competition for publishers, editors, writers and designers who create print, web, electronic and social media. It is based on excellence in graphic design, editorial content and the ability to achieve overall communications excellence. “With about 2 400 entries in 138 different categories, it is encouraging to have emerged as one of the winners,” says Sheila McCallum, Cape Mental Health website designer. The Cape Town International Kite Festival is hosted by the organisation annually. People’s Post is the print media sponsor of the event. In its 19th year the family event has become the biggest kite festival in Africa, with over 20 000 visitors expected this year – including kiters from Europe, India, Kenya,

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school,” Kisten says. “Cars used for teaching will need to be a certain type, with an operating number and all driving schools will need to be registered companies with an office and a landline.” He further adds the regulatory body hopes to apply these stringent rules, because of past cases where learners paid for lessons up front and fraudulent instructors, who operated from cars and with a cellphone, disappeared with their money. A learner driver, who spoke on condition of anonymity, says he had been requested to pay in advance for lessons at Aubrey’s Driving Academy, which had come highly recommended. “The instructor asked for the money up front. I did not feel comfortable handing over more than R1 000 to someone I did not know, and instead switched to a school where I (was required to) pay per lesson,” he says. Academy owner Aubrey Richter has been a driving instructor for 15 years. He, too, wants to see the industry regulated. “An ombudsman is needed for driving schools where people can lodge complaints about schools, because the industry lacks accountability,” he says. He says his business asks for payment prior to lessons as people who pay per lesson are very inconsistent and lack commitment. “It’s difficult to satisfy clients all the time. If people don’t like what they see, they should go to another established driving school and avoid the fly-by-night ones,” he says. Provincial department of transport spokesperson Al-Ameen Kafaar says there is no legislation to regulate driving schools. He says the department is in the process of finding a system to register driving schools and compile a database. V Share your views. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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COLOURFUL: The International Kite Festival will be held in Muizenberg in November. PHOTO: ARCHIVE

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Head to Nitida for good food, fine wine Celebrate the floral season of Spring with the Seasons of Sauvignon Festival at Nitida Wine Farm on Sunday 6 October. There will be wine tasting, food stalls, live jazz and entertainment from 11:00 to 17:00. The R100 ticket offers each guest a Nitida branded wine glass with a voucher for a glass of Nitida’s famous Sauvignon Blanc, a guest’s choice serving from one of a varie-

ty of the fabulous Cassia food stalls and an invitation to a tutored tasting. Buy tickets on www.webtickets.co.za. Call 087 230 7269 or visit www.nitida.co.za. V One People’s Post reader stands the chance to win a double ticket to the festival. Visit www.peoples­ post.co.za to enter. The competition is open from 09:00 today (Thursday 3 October) and closes at 15:00 tomorrow.


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 3 October 2013

More than 20 homeless after blaze

UPGRADES NEEDED: The SHAAL courts are in desperate need of upgrades, but locals say their cries for help are falling on deaf ears. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN

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etreat locals living in Concert Boulevard claim their cries for an upgrade of their blocks of flats are falling on deaf ears. The Sterling, Horsely, Ayre, Albertus and Lesar (SHAAL) courts are believed to be in an appalling state with leakages, cracked walls, broken windows and rotten ceilings topping the list of concerns. Problems had previously been listed and sent to the City of Cape Town for action, residents say, but nothing has been done. Hermanus Williams, the newly-elected chairperson for SHAAL, says the City has not done anything to assist the people who are forced to accept the “poor living conditions”. “People are worried in this community, because nothing happens when complaints are forwarded to the council,” he says. Williams says residents are regularly reporting various problems with their flats, which he finds “unacceptable and inexcusable”. “They do not deserve to live like this, because these are their homes and they should be treated with respect,” he says. Mellicent Adams has been living at the flats for nearly 20 years and was forced to fork out thousands of rands to fix her home. “It is not my responsibility, but some people are so sick of waiting for the council to do something,” she says. “We cannot wait until (the City) decides to do something to our flats, because we need to feel comfortable in our living space.” Adams experienced moulding problems on ceilings and a wall, due to faulty guttering installed by the City. She was also unable to open her bedroom windows, as it was rusted and old. Another Ayre Court resident, who spoke

on condition of anonymity, has given up hope on the council. “People living here must look after themselves; it looks like the Council has forgotten about us,” she says. She adds the blocks could do with a coat of paint. Ward councillor Jan Burger waved away claims that the flats were being ignored by the City, says “maintenance work has been carried out”. This includes the installation of new windows and guttering. He says vandalism and poor communication are key components to the problem. “I agree the flats are in need of an upgrade, but the people must work with us to get something done,” Burger says. “Many people sit back and hope the Council will act. When things do not happen, they point fingers at the City and say we’re not doing our jobs. “The whole of Cape Town is filled with these types of City rentals and we have other responsibilities as well. You get people who just want things all the time, but they need to start helping themselves.” V Anybody wanting to lodge complaints must do so with local housing office manager Anthony Potter at the at the City Housing Office on the corner of Crad­ dock Road and Concert Boulevard in Steenberg.

A fire destroyed the homes of 26 Military Heights residents at the weekend. The blaze, which was ignited by an electrical short circuit in the early hours of Saturday morning, has left these informal settlement residents homeless. The City of Cape Town’s Fire and Rescue Services spokesperson Sharon Bosch says the fire was extinguished just before 05:00, destroying six wooden and iron structures. “One adult man sustained burn wounds to his hand and was taken to hospital for treatment,” she says. Earlier this month a fire left another 25 people displaced at the nearby Village Heights informal settlement. One man sustained burn wounds and was treated at the Victoria Hospital. Follow these safety tips to avoid the igniting of infernos: . Keep a close eye on paraffin stoves.

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Village Heights ‘rape’ shack destroyed TAURIQ HASSEN On Monday 23 September two suspects were arrested in Village Heights and appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on charges of rape. Village Heights resident Willimiena Ardendorf says she is overcome with sadness after hearing of the rape. She says the community already fears for their lives, with the ongoing gang activity plaguing the area. “It can all just end now, but it seems like it is getting worse by the day,” the mother of three says. “I would probably die if that was my daugh-

ter, because (the woman) is now scarred for life.” Ardendorf confirms that a number of residents had complained about shacks being used for illegal activities. She is also aware of the shack in question and is angry that “nothing ever happened” about the initial complaints. “It really is tough for our people, because you have to live among the deaths, rapes, robberies, gangsters and drug dealing,” Ardendorf says. V Report vacant shacks to the City’s Anti­Land Invasion Unit on 080 022 5669 or the City’s ISM, which will alert the ALIU to vacant structures. The ALIU also does spo­ radic patrols.

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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 3 October 2013

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ith the national elections looming, political parties have been seen campaigning, handing out flyers asking for votes. Each party has a list of their promises, explaining the changes they will make. All political parties are gunning to win, with the ANC making it clear that they are wanting to wrest the province away from the DA. The DA is wanting to add two provinces on their win, confident they will never lose Western Cape. Here’s how People’s Post readers feel about 2014 elections.

RHIANNON CAMPHER says she is a regular voter. “In the beginning I always use to follow my moth­ er when it came to voting, but after doing my own investigation, I've decided who I will be voting for. I'm voting for the party because the service deliv­ ery is much better.” PHOTO: NOMBULELO DAMBA

ALBERTUS BOCK will not change his political alle­ giance. “I see a lot of progress in the party I voted for, and no one will be able to persuade me to vote for a different party. I have made up my mind.” PHOTO: TARRYN ARNOLD

MZAINODIEN LINNEVELDT does not care about next year’s election. “I do not see any change in this country, why should I vote? Rich people are richer, while the poor remain poor. To me, voting does not make any sense.”PHOTO: NOBULELO DAMBA

CHRISTAL OCTOBER has made up her mind about the party she will be voting for. “I believe the party will make a difference. Not only will they make a difference, I've seen the changes they have been making and I love it.” PHOTO: TARRYN ARNOLD

SAZI MFUDISO says he is a registered voter and he will vote at every election held in South Africa. “I am a citizen and I believe that my vote counts. My vote is my voice and I will vote for the party who will put food on my table every night.”

PIETER MATTHYSER says he is not registered but he would love to vote. “Since I arrived in the West­ ern Cape I have seen a change, which is something that motivates me to vote next in the election. I have lived in different provinces and I only voted once in Free State.” PHOTO: NOMBULELO DAMBA

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HAVE YOUR SAY! RENAMING OF VANGUARD DRIVE The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising renaming proposals for Vanguard Drive. It is proposed that Vanguard Drive be renamed Jakes Gerwel Drive. In terms of Section 17 of the Local Government Municipal Systems Act the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to indicate support or objections to the naming proposal from 1 to 31 October 2013. Comments, input and recommendations may be submitted by: • • • • •

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Special assistance will be given to people who cannot read or write, people with disabilities and other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments, to have their inputs or comments recorded and submitted to the Municipality. Please contact the City of Cape Town’s Public Participation Unit: For general public participation: Ruché Daniels at 021 400 1766 or e-mail to ruche.daniels@capetown.gov.za or For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or e-mail to anele.viti@capetown.gov.za Comment forms on the renaming proposals will be available on the City of Cape Town’s website www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and libraries. Enquiries relating to the renaming proposals may be directed to Frederick Venter at 021 400 1768 or e-mail frederick.venter@capetown.gov.za. ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 167/2013

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Ponzi schemes under review ALET RADEMEYER “Do not say goodbye to your money.” With this national campaign, the South African Reserve Bank wants to reach 11 million South Africans and make them aware of illegal pyramid or Ponzi schemes. At a news conference last week Hlengani Mathebula, head of group strategy and communications at the Reserve Bank, said thousands of South Africans fall victim to illegal schemes that take their money and promise quick riches. People should be very careful and do their homework properly before investing their money in any scheme, he said. “Any promises or assumptions of excessive returns on your money should be viewed with suspicion.” Mathebula said people are often driven by greed to make more money, which leads to them being exploited and eventually losing everything. “Get advice from accredited and registered financial services before you invest any money. Accredited financial services are regulated by the Reserve Bank, the Financial Services Board and the National Credit Regulator,” Mathebula said. “Take to heart the hackneyed expression: if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” Mathebula said people do not only lose

retirement and pension money through illegal schemes. “There are even those who borrow anything from R20 000 to a million rand from banks to invest,” he said. “This has serious social and economic implications. If you lose your money, the banks still want back what you borrowed from them. It causes people to be in trouble, can’t afford essentials or are not able to pay children’s school fees.” He said the sum of money people invest in the schemes range from thousands to several millions, and the size of schemes are from 20 to 1000 people. As for the appearance of schemes, the Reserve Bank received many complaints last year. It also reviewed and investigated schemes started in January 2008 to the end of last year. During this time temporary inspectors investigated 75 cases. A total of 145 surveys were carried over from previous years and 89 were completed over a five-year period. In 2012 11 new investigations were launched and 27 were carried over from previous years. To the query why some investigations take so long, Mathebula said the bank must act within the law and work with the police and the National Prosecuting Authority. V Report suspicious schemes or inquire whether institutions are registered on 0800 313 626.

Marching for a better future Dews of Quietness, an NGO of the Steenberg Police Station Victim Support Unit, will host a march against women, children and drug abuse through Steenberg, Lavender Hill, Retreat and Cafda Village. The march will commence at 10:00 on Sat-

urday 5 October from the Steenberg Police Station in Craddock Road. The march will end at Princess Vlei, where a family day will be hosted. For further information phone Moeriedah Dien on 078 400 0801.


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 3 October 2013

SMALL-SCALE FISHERS: PROTECT RESOURCES

Plans afoot to expand fishing quota

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mall-scale fishing communities can look forward to a larger “basket” of species when they apply for fishing rights. Desmond Stevens, acting deputy directorgeneral of the Department of Fisheries, said rights would be issued for more than one species in future, and not only for a particular species, such as West Coast Rock Lobster. Scientific data will determine which species will be included. The aim is to utilise resources in a sustainable manner and to give it a chance to recover. Some species are also only available during a certain time of year, which means that fishermen only get an income then. Amendments to the Marine Living Resources Act (MLRA), which aims to include the awarding of long-term fishing rights to small-scale fishers, was recently tabled in parliament. MPs will start considering it this week. At a media briefing Stevens said the process, which expires in December, to allocate for permits in eight fishing sectors is on track. On the small-scale fishing front, the department plans to work with the University of the Western Cape to verify the fisher-

men’s status and register them. Small-scale fishers are people who make a living fishing, traditionally live close to fishing areas, use equipment of low technology and sell and process their own products. “Currently we have 8 000 small-scale fishermen who receive individual permits. The idea is to eventually establish 143 fishing communities to whom community fishing quotas will be allocated,” Stevens said. He said although the fishing quota cake will not to be increased, the department wants to ensure that small-scale fishers receive value for their products. “The fishermen currently have no bargaining power. Middlemen, who give fishermen advances on the strength of fishing quotas, are crippling them,” Stevens said “Sometimes the small-scale fishermen sell their products to middlemen as soon as it comes out of the sea. For example, if the middleman offers R15 per unit, you do not have a choice but to accept it. There are no set prices because the industry is not regulated.” Stevens said the idea is to set minimum prices. “We want companies to get involved and buy fish from small-scale fishermen at a higher price. We do not want to determine the market, but regulate it so that smallscale fishers get more for their products and expand their market access.”

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LAVENDER HILL: SUPPORT PLAN FOR SCHOOL DROPOUTS

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local organisation has vowed to get school dropouts in Lavender Hill back behind a school desk. When the gang violence spiralled out of control in the community, many school children feared for their lives and were forced to stay out of school. The number of pupils dropping out of school became a major concern, leading to the establishment of the Local Network of Care (LNC). Project coordinator Aysha Davids says the LNC was formed as many feared the possibility of children choosing the life of gangsterism and crime. “We know that many of the children were affected by the gang violence in the community and the LNC just wanted to give children another option, rather than succumbing to the violence in our community,” she says. The LNC is made up of 10 local organisations operating in Lavender Hill. They care for children by providing life skills training, investigating their living conditions, family counselling and anger management classes. “We want our children to see that there is help out there for them and they don’t have to feel as if they are living in the dark,” Davids says. The LNC proudly confirms that around 25 children have already gone through the programme and returned to school on Tuesday. Lavender Hill resident Anthea Sampson has two children who decided to stay at home, as they feared for their safety on the streets. She was delighted to hear that an initiative is up and running in the community to

NEW START: Some of the children with their parents are looking for­ ward to going back to school through the help of Local Network of Care (LNC). PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN

assist with the number of learners dropping out of school. “The people in this community feels like nobody outside the area really cares about them and everybody is afraid of doing something in this community,” Sampson says. In a very sad tone, Sampson says her eld-

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est daughter (19) died in the crossfire about six years ago. He daughter’s death escalated her fears of losing her two remaining children. She would happily allow the LNC to offer her advice on how to get her children back in school safely.

“They missed out on most of their schooling last year, because of all the shooting going on. I just did not want to send them to school and see them returning in a body bag,” Sampson says. “The shooting here in lavender Hill gave me sleepless nights.”

Finally light at the end of the tunnel TAURIQ HASSEN A pair of high tunnels for Phumlani Village will be the start of a new era for a community drowning in poverty. The high tunnels – a dome-like greenhouse– will be used to grow produce all year round and will meet a number of needs for both the community and the New Chapter Foundation (NCF), the local organisation driving the project. NCF director Malcolm WORKING TOGETHER: Director for NCF Malcolm Josephs (left), with Josephs says fundrais- project coordinator Ben Pfeffer looking at the only rundown communi­ ing has already been ty garden in Phumlani Village. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN wrapped up, with the orcommunity to have something that will not ganisation securing R120 000. The project will start off with two high only benefit them now, but in the long run. This can be a really great project that could tunnels, which will cost R58 000 each. “We are currently in negotiation with the leave a lasting legacy,” Josephs says. Project coordinator Ben Pfeffer says exCity of Cape Town for available land; that is the challenge right now – finding open citing times lay ahead for the informal settlement, as the tunnels will be aimed at creland,” he says. Josephs says NCF have their eyes set on ating some positivity within the communia vacant patch of land in Schaapkraal, but ty. “Projects like these are really important, talks are still underway. The organisation was founded in March because this is a community where the un2011 and serves communities across the employment rate is really high,” he says. “This is a good step towards poverty alleCape Town region. NCF recently also started a nutrition cen- viation and we hope this will be the start tre which provides soup for the children on of many more positive projects for the vilFridays, as well as to many who struggle lage.” Josephs also indicated that a local busiwith malnutrition. The produce grown at the high tunnels nessman has already agreed to sponsor a will be used to feed the nutrition centre to third tunnel, but discussions are still unprovide low-cost, local, nutritious and or- derway. Phumlani Village resident Solumsi ganic food to the Phumlani Village commuMkhize is excited at the prospect of having nity. Employment opportunities will also be a project that will benefit the community. She is more wound up about employment created, will assist with educating the community about nutrition and provide practi- opportunities becoming available, as she cals to whoever needs help with starting has two unemployed sons struggling to find work. “Our area has very little working optheir own gardens. The tunnels could also provide NCF with portunities and people in this community some additional income through the selling are frustrated about that,” she says. “It really would help to have a project like of some produce in local markets which will, in turn, go towards projects like the this in the area, because not only can people be working, but the things they are working nutrition centre. “This is a fantastic opportunity for the on will be for the community.”


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 3 October 2013 reunion Call Back The Past at its clubhouse at 14:00. Members and supporters are invited to attend. For further information phone Ivan on 073 936 5279 or Jody on 082 841 9870.

Thursday 3 October V Heathfield: Heathwatch Neighbourhood Watch will hold its annual meeting at Ashford Athletic clubhouse at 19:00 for 19:30.

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Friday 4 October V Retreat: A karaoke will be hosted at the St Mary’s Church in Retreat Road. Take your own XYZ and platter. Tickets cost R30. Call Donovan on 084 529 6241 or (021) 706 6909. Saturday 5 October V Parkwood: Simon of Cyrene Anglican Church in Acacia Road will hold its annual bazaar at 09:00. There will be a display by the drum majorettes and plenty of stalls.

Tuesday 15 October V Plumstead: The Prostate cancer Support Action group will meet at the MediClinic Constantiaberg auditorium in Burnham Road at 17:45 for 18:00. Men and their carers are welcome to attend and share experiences. For more information call or SMS the group phone on 073 560 3067.

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he rich legacy of Cape Jazz lives on with the release of new recording from the Mountain Records label at a special launch concert this weekend. The Cape Jazz Band, a collaboration of local musos started, a few years ago and boats stellar talent. With this Cape Jazz Series they are now releasing Volume 4, Musical Democracy. Mountain Record’s Paddy Lee-Thorpe has been in the music industry in this part of the world since the 1970s, having produced and managed acts such as Pacific Express and Jonathan Butler, when he started getting into the jazzier side of music. “I’ve never lost my love for the music from the Cape,” Lee-Thorpe confesses. “Most of the time I am based in Germany, but when I want to take a quick trip home, one of my CDs from here has me back in a flash. “This project is very important to me and the musical heritage of music from the Cape, as there is still so much music that these living legends have to offer. More importantly, it is now also giving

the younger generation a chance to work with these legends to inspire the generations to come.” Under the leadership of veteran star drummer Jack Momple, compositions by Errol Dyers, Stephen Erasmus, Spencer Mbadu and Ramon Alexander have been recorded. It was also made to pay tribute to the memory of the Mountain Records recording artists such as Robbie Jansen and Tony Schilder, who have passed on. While Dyers, Erasmus, Mbadu and Momple are an integral part of the rich legacy of the music, they were also joined by reknowned percussionist Dizu Plaatjies and Tony Cedras, a multi-instrumentalist from the Cape, who has gone on to take to the world stages with the best in the business. Cedras was also part of Paul Simon’s band for many years. On Saturday take the chance to hear them at a gig in Atlantis at 18:00. Tickets cost R100. V For more information contact Lionel Temmers on 082 394 0640 or Ramon Alexander on 072 418 1263.

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School rules

If some schools were to literally throw their rule book at someone, they would seriously injure that person. Former Model C schools, private and even some government schools have rule books which compete with a telephone directory. To underpin their seriousness towards discipline – a much-envied component at South African schools – pupils are also required to sign these rule books as an indication they’ve read it and agreed to the content. In brief, the signature means those pupils will abide by the dense document of rules. While the intention is honourable, it may be rather hard for the average school child to abide by these often rigid requirements. Some schools have full A5 pages stipulating requirements for hairstyles, length of hems and general behaviour. It is good to have rules as children need structure and boundaries. Many parents seek out schools valued for their high regard for discipline. The question is: to what extent before it starts infringing on their constitutional rights and children start acting out? Many schools, especially ones with a governing body, operate on their self-determined set of rules. One has to question if these rules are meant to harness discipline among the school populace or if they are there to the exclusion of presumed wayward children. School violence has been highlighted lately. In a recent incident, a Johannesburg primary school pupil allegedly punched a teacher in the face for asking him to remove a jersey which was not part of the school uniform. Teachers often bear the brunt of children who cannot verbalise their frustrations. And children are far more au fait with their rights. They know corporal punishment is outlawed. Children will push the boundaries, but even with all this knowledge they still remain children. Much like adults, sometimes children just want to be heard. And then the rule book may be inadequate. Teachers are, after all, in loco parentis.

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Our YouTube channel features 180 videos so far, covering Mathematics, Physical Science and Geography. Candidates will find links to the videos on a special Matric Support website via http:// wced.school.za. Meanwhile, candidates can also access the Matric Support site at 18 Cape Access E-Centres, established by the provincial government across the Western Cape. They can download materials and watch the videos at the centres, subject to available bandwidth. The provincial government established the Cape Access E-Centres in every district to improve access to information and communication technology in poor and rural communities throughout the Western Cape. Details on where to find the centre can be found at http://www2.capeaccess.org.za/ (The quote) that Khanya labs are no longer operating at schools in your report is not true. Khanya was a 10-year project to provide schools with technology to support teaching and learning. The project came to an end, as planned, in 2012. The department is continuing to support technology as a mainstream service, as part of our on our e-learning programme. Candidates can discuss access to computer labs with their schools. While the videos and other forms of support may be useful for many candidates, we believe that success will ultimately depend on the extent to which candidates plan their studies and stick to these plans. We wish every candidate every success in these final weeks before the exams. PADDY ATTWELL WCED SPOKESPERSON

Your SMSes SANParks . What Tony (Ehrenreich) has did not come from stealing from the poor; he works for it. Get it in your clever heads. So pay the hardworking poor people. . As long as the ANC and Mr Ehrenreich condone the operation of drug dealings in the Western Cape, we can forget about getting the police and army to rid our beautiful province of drugs. . Never been on Table Mountain? On your birthday, take your ID to the ticket office at the cable station and they will give you a free ticket! . I agree with most of what Tony said. I think SANParks can afford (charge) a lesser fee for locals. I recently went to a different museum every month and that, too, is pricey at times. But it was worth it. R Louw . On your birthday you get to use the cable car for free, but what if it rains on that day or the wind blows too much, like in winter? Overseas they have two prices: one for locals and one for tourists. Given the exchange rate, South Africa is still a very cheap country to tour. Missy General . It’s so unfair what they are doing to Milano FC. The club has been dedicated to the community for years. It has given the youth lots of opportunities and I believe they have the best interest of the youth at heart. It will give other clubs in the LFA the opportunity to discover how the NFD works. It’s also very financially beneficial for the Rooikrans Sports Complex, as it generates big crowds. . It is not just the drunk drivers, but also those driving without license who cause accidents. I know of someone who drives without a licence daily, and that person is a drinker.

Willing to help our youth stay off the streets Many of us want to help our young talented, kids and our country’s future stay off the streets so they can make something of their lives, but can’t find financial aid to do so. Having said that, I am offering my assistance to all sports, musical and other recreational clubs and teams struggling to find finance for our talented youngsters.

I am currently working on an upliftment project to assist those who have started clubs or teams in their neighbourhoods. I would also like to hear from anyone looking to get a team off the ground. Why? Imagine with all your mind, believe with all your heart and achieve with all your might.

I hold this close to my heart and have been uniquely blessed with the passion to assist people achieve their goals. If you would like me to assist your club or group contact me at mrsladi.kannemeyer237@gmail.com ROBYN KANNEMEYER, EMAIL


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CARPORTS / VIBE WALLS + WALL NUTEC HOUSES / TOILET + ELECTRICITY MITCHELLS PLAIN - 021 397 8388 072 542 7217 / 073 997 4312 WYNBERG - 021 761 1289 / 079 553 3155 ATHLONE - 021 696 4183 / 072 144 4639 LANSDOWNE - 021-762 1252 / 079 553 3155

BUILDING MATERIAL/DIY/ CASH LOANS 078 185 1406 ALL HOURS 072 542 7217 021 797 6569

3 x 6 m ­ D.I.Y ­ R4 400 3 x 9 m ­ D.I.Y ­ R6 400

JUMPING CASTLE for hire. 021 393 8528, 083 890 4793

Creches EDUCARE from 3 months to 5 and half years old. Transport

WENDY HOUSES

For Sale

AHMED'S jumping castles for hire. Ph 079 491 4440

Entertainment

DALVIE'S CATERING AND HIRING

Money paid after your problem is solved * Relationship problems * Business luck/boost * Quick selling/buying of properties * Financial problems * Holy water - R350 * Unfinished work by other psychics

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We offer learner classes and driving lessons at Eastville Primary School at affordable prices. Learner classes ­ Mon & Wed 19h00 ­ 21h00 Sat ­ 14h00 ­16h00 1st 20 learners gets 1 FREE driving lesson

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WAJIDS CHICKEN TIKKA and TAKE AWAYS

Professional Healer Dr Rashid • All Life problems •Troubled marriages •Sexual problems •Financial problems •Grassy Park (081 0982 699

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Building Material

Wanted to Buy

1 m SAND, STONE AND RUBBLE. Ph 079 776 8185 / 021 397 1501 1A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R12,50 450 x 450 = R14,50 500 x 500 = R15,95 VIBRACRETE = R28,95 ( 021 823 2585

AA's BUYS good quality furniture and appliances. We collect. Ph 021­374 6060 or 083 948 2804

5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE 021 397 1501 or 082 709 6443

General Services

A 6 cubic meter sand, stone & rubble removal.(John at 072 407 4289 / 021­7612410 A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 6113 627. All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021 3715362 Fridge Regassing on all types fridges. All jobs done at clients home. 081 810 7864

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Building and Construction

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Radio/TV/Video

ACCREDITED DSTV

ALL BUILDING plans drawn up and submitted to council. We also do Boundary walls, gates etc (021 701 6276 or 082 863 9133

Dish realignments, installation + repairs. Garage door openers installed wstechzone sa (073 272 6117

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ALUMINIUM WINDOWS & DOORS

Garden Services FREE WATER Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge. Improve your existing wellpoint. ( 021 637 5677 or 021 702 3888 / 072 825 9586 GARDENING We cut lawns, weed flowerbeds, plot clearing refuse removal, tree felling, irrigation. 7 days a week. Ph 073 492 3255 / 021­697 1460

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Clothing/Shoes

ABACUS BLOCKS 90s, 140s, 190s, Sand & Stone

021 704 6932 FACTORY

021 376 1793 175 Plantation Road - Ottery

Supplied & fitted.

AFRI BLOCKS 190 &140's ­ Sand & Stone Call 021 393 0661/ or 073 186 2991 (a.h.)

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BLOCKS, MAXIS, SAND, STONE, CEMENT R75.00 DEL. BEST PRICES

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330

( Chris 082 570 5686 021 638 5292

M&S BUILDERS All building works, Paving, vibrecrete and Carports. Ph 084 260 5610 or 021­397 3083

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Home Improvement Interior

GARAGE DOORS & automation. 076 523 0306


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SPECIAL CARPET CLEANING 3 Bdrms for R350 6 Seater Couches for R350 Beds, Curtains & Cars Contact Rob 079 248 4296 web ­ specialcarpetcleaning .co.za or email robertfenyes2013@gmail.com

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Home Improvement Exterior ALTERATIONS, brick, plas., skin., tiling, etc. Good Refs. 076 124 4713 ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. 021­ 691 1936 or 084 921 5364 BELIEVE IN CHRIST SERVICES Vibracrete, carports, paving, gates. Ph Albert 073 545 6994 VIBRACRETE AND EXTENSIONS Ph: 074 321 9215 / 021 820 4384

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Money/Loans

CLEAR YOUR DEBT

Don't struggle with your debt, let us sort it for you by calling SCM DEBT CLEARANCE on 0861 NODEBT (663327) 24/hrs: 078 221 0193 Debt Consolidation Up to R230 000. Blacklisted, bad credit record welcome. office 605 18 Lower Burg str Cape Town 021 837 1578 finance@anywherefin.co.za

DO YOU NEED HELP?

Is your house going to be repossessed? I will buy your home. And advance you money. ( Riyard on 083 420 8989

Huiseienaars R100 000 @ R899 pm ( 082 743 4688 Loans /Cellphones / Insurance

A BRIDGING LOAN? Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send “please call me” 082 301 7856 Ph: 0860 105 546

A CASH LOAN UP TO R100 000 Blacklisted welcome. 10 min phone approval. Same day payout. Ph / Sms LIZ 074 295 9559 AFFORDABLE LOANS ­ R100 000. For Monthly Earners only ( Tanya 084 542 6864 /SMS name, Id no, Nett salary, Company.

ALL BRIDGE CREDIT

Fax copy of ID, latest pay slip & 2 months bank statement to 086 226 4176

Contact Dominique 072 650 2119 LOANS We come to u 021 558 6648 /082 957 3251 NEED MONEY!! Bl/listed. Call / send ID no to Ursula 071 833 9674

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Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery A&G CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021­391 3483 OR 072 906 1796

Bridging cash for PENSION/PACKAGE Lumpsum/Payout same day

APPROVAL SAME DAY

 021 949 3402/3 Call back 073 609 9307 078 8897 038

Awaiting Pension/ Prov. fund/ Property Payout Get Cash Today!! Ph/Sms/Pcm Latifah 076 833 6676

BOND PROBLEMS From arrears to auctions Water & Electricity Off? We can HELP, Financial & Legal Aid, No false Promises, Just Results Toll Free 0800 204 987 or 082 991 0729

RC BLINDS

10% discount on all types blinds exceeding R1500 for October only 074 259 1802/ 082 598 2606 rcblinds@polka.co.za

M&M INTERIORS ­ Blinds, curtains, rods, upholstery cleaning and carpet cleaning. All blinds less 10%. Phone Moosa 021 371 8917 or 083 4931 495

RESET YOUR HIGH DEBT REPAYMENTS

1 OUTSTANDING BALANCE ! 1 AFFORDABLE PAYMENT!!!

Innovative solutions to your financial problems

CALL: 021 697 5566 / 021 696 4912

FAX: 086 234 5180 e-mail: support@c3.org.za NARRIMAN : 082 34 33 919 /SHAFIEK: 074 1343 371

About to loose your home? GIVE US A CALL. SMS FULL CONTACT DETAILS . DUE TO HIGH DEMAND WE DO NOT RESPOND TO“A PLEASE CALL ME SMS”. WE NOW OFFER PERSONAL LOANS & HOME LOAN SERVICES

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BLINDS AND CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. Less 10%. ( 021 371 8627/ 082 516 0030 115

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

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

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

BUDGET TV repairs coll & del, 18 Linaria cres, Silvertown Steven 021 633 1802 / 083 486 5394. microwaves & ghd

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Holiday Accommodation Gordons Bay s/catering holiday accom. 6 & 8 sleeper frm R1000p/night 0795224309 www.weekendescape.co.za

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

T’s & C’s Apply

ONE PAYMENT FOR ALL YOUR DEBT R 20 R 40 R100 R200

000 from R 500 pm 000 from R 900 pm 000 from R1 500 pm 000 from R2 800 pm T&C APPLY BLACKLISTED WELCOME CONTACT NOW Audrey : 079 395 4709 Imaan : 073 775 2977 Charlotte : 072 828 9431 Erica : 074 626 4550 Peter : 079 375 9917 OFFICE : 021 917 1938

BUSINESS

Earn additional income selling a nutritious quality dog food ZOGO Distribution from Diep River. E­mail info@zogo.co.za for further information 194

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

MOTORS

Business Opportunities APPLICANTS needed for copy/paste data entry work. For info, sms name/address to 074 927 5124 or e­mail: d.jobbuzz05@gmail.com

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Painting

140

Spares and Accessories

PAINTING & WATERPROOFING Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713

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Electrical Repairs AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 yrs exp. Ph Alwyn West 021 671 5786 or 082 705 8103. ELECTRICAL SERVICE TRADEWORKS Registered & Qualified Pre­ Paid meters, CoC•s, Energy Saving, Plugs, Lights etc. Cell: 083 493 6345 Email:tradeworks@telkomsa.net FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700

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General Services

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Repairs – Vehicles

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

PROPERTY

MR FIX IT For all maintenance like: bathroom renovations, plumbing, tiling and installing of geysers, etc. (Ridley on 071 3494 741/ 021 371 2231. BE BLESSED

1143 ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713

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Pest Control

Radical Pest Management Guaranteed eradication of;

Cockroach•s, Spiders, Ants, Fleas, Mosquitos & Flies Only the best pesticide used. Odourless & Colourless For Free quotes call Ashley @ (C) 083 687 1363

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

AVON reps needed contact 021 696 5866/ 079 0538019

TWO LADIES REQUIRED ON THURSDAYS FROM 2PM­9PM TO MAKE PIZZAS IN RETREAT. PHONE 076 873 1507

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General Vacancies AVON REPS REQUIRED Contact Nolene A/hrs Cell / Watzapp 081 271 3789 BB Pin 29B4F0CD

Renovations, Carports Paving, Vibracrete Walls, etc Tel: 021­762 7077 Cell: 076 111 7300

BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738

TALENT

WINDSCREENS and motorglass supplied and fitted. Ph 082 973 5536

IVOR'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS

Plumbers

Office Hrs: Mon-Fri (8:30 am-4 pm)

LONDON VILLAGE 1 bed, R2500pm + deposit. Ph Najwa 084 767 8815

THEO•S B\BARS GATES 20 years experience Vibracrete walls & Extention Automation, , bobwire & spikes, carports. on 021 691 0631 / 078 624 4761

HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL

Houses for Sale NEW TAFELSIG /Grotto St 4 beds, 2 baths R259 000 BEACON VALLEY/Tennis St 2 beds, enclosed R249 000 083 255 7414 PORTLANDS ­ R420 000 2 Bedrm home, fft kitchn Mod bathrm. Tand garage + carprt LENTEGEUR ­ R370 000 3 Beds, FFitt kitch Lounge, dinette. Bathrm Enclsd yard facing Main Rd Carprt park, 2 cars sliding gates BAYVIEW • R530 000 3 Bedrms. Spacious main bedrm ­en­suite. BIC x2, Fft Kitch. Open plan kitchn & lounge. Laundry rm BICS. Burglar bars, safety gates Enclsed covrd carprt Contact 072 310 7750

RETREAT MEWS

Semi ­ in complex, 2 beds, tilled lounge, fitted kitchen, fam bath, paved yard.

R280 000 Demi 082 302 3995

Sales/Marketing

Justine Cosmetics

Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to

082 412 5505.

Call: 079 409 8592

Walls/Fencing

TV/DVD/Video Services

Carpentry

081 537 4973 www.dmicreditlaw.co.za

GRASSY PARK

Seperate entrance 1 bedrm for mature lady or couple. R2 900pm.

1147

167

DMI: 021 906 8032

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Separate Entrances

117

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We do what the Banks can’t do!!

1795

JOB AVAILABLE NOW Housekeepers/Cleaners, Cashiers, Bank Tellers, Barmen, Waitrons, Porters, Data Captures, Cruiship Staff, Flight attendants / cabin crew, Receptionist / Office admin staff VISIT US AT: 13­17 Heerengracht Str. Pier House, 7th floor, Office 701, Cape Town Tel: 021 481 4287/ 021 828 2416/ 021 421 9170. Cell: 079 485 5896 / 081 827 7046

Kingsway College For Computing & Business Study

www.kingswaycollege.co.za Email: info@kingswaycollege.co.za . Electrical Engineering .Civil Engineering . Mechanical Engineering . Tourism .Public Management .Marketing Management . Human Resource . Business Management . Public Relation . National Diploma in Policing . Police & Traffic . Information Tech (IT) .Bookkeeping . Economics & Accounting .Office Administration .Aviation courses .Vocational Courses . Flight att. . MATRIC ­ RE­WRITE SHORT & LONG COURSES

Visit us at:

13­17 Heerengracht Str. Pier House, 7th floor, Office 701, Cape Town, Tel: 021 421 9170 / 021 481 4287 / 021 828 2416 Fax: 021 418 4287

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Staff Vacancies

New Design House & CMT factory, DASH Is open in Wynberg. We are looking for hardworking, qualified MACHINISTS, SAMPLE MACHINISTS ZIP MACHINISTS, MARKERS FINISHING STAFF, IRONERS AND SUPERVISORS We are situated at 45 Lester Road, Wittebome (Right next to the Wittebome Station in Old Elzet building) To apply, please call Valerie on 021­824 0008 from 8am­4pm or 073 203 3212 (a/h)

OUTBOUND CALL CENTRE AGENTS REQUIRED SOUTHERN SUBURBS 5:00 PM TO 8:00 PM (FOUR EVENINGS PER WEEK) POTENTIAL EARNINGS BETWEEN R1 000.00 • R2 500.00 PRODUCT KNOWLEDGE AND TRAINING WILL BE PROVIDED We are a national company, who have been marketing products for the past 28 years. We are looking for vibrant, mature individuals who are target driven and are able to communicate at any level. A competitive disposition would be a recommendation. Criteria: Matric Certificate Must be bilingual Reliable Contactable references. Proven experience in telemarketing an advantage Own transport PLEASE EMAIL OR FAX A 3 PAGE CV noel@crossbow marketing.co.za (021) 702 2052 FAX:­ (021) 701 0897

Pep Clothing Requires SEWING MACHINISTS with experience in the Feed of the arm machine / operation. Fax employment card and contact details to: 086 630 1173

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Community of Christ

CHURCH IN AFRICA Invites you to a miracle service!!!!!!!! Every Sunday @ 09:00 Weltevreden centre, Rocklands, Mitchells Plain Pastor Allan & Mary Africa Tel: 021 392 1973

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Immaculate Corner House in a Serene Area, 3 BEDROOMS (2 BIC), Family Bathroom + Sep.Toilet, FFK, Lounge, Heated Pool, DOUBLE GARAGE+ Staff Quarters INGRID 072 409 0559

3 Bed, bic Sunken Lounge, knotty pine ceiling + fireplace, FFK, Garage. Slated tiled roof, Garden,Teak window and door frames, 458m².GRANNY FLAT ALOISE 081 304 5153

R 1 450 000

R 1 200 000

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R 499 000

2 beds BIC, F/f family bath, f/kitchen, o/plan lounge& kitchen, yard space, garage & parking. ALOISE 081 304 5153

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2 Beds, opp. Nerina Primary School, 3 car parking. Enclosed drive way with security gates. Full bath, toilet, basin, bath and shower. GANIEF 082 620 2841

D/storey home. 5 Beds BIC, f/kitchen, 2 baths + shower, laundry in main bath. Gym, Dining. Parking 5 cars.

BELHAR BANJO WALK R990 000 F/s: 4Bed (bic), 2 Fitted bathrooms, Fully fitted kitchen, Reception area, Double garage,

ALOISE 081 304 5153

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R 350 000

R 1 450 000

ZEEKOEVLEI Offers from R2 000

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Immaculate Home on the Waterfront. 4 beds (BIC), 2 baths, one with corner bath. F/fitted kitchen, pool, maids quarters and dbl garage. Yvonne Siljeur 082 489 4085

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

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R380 000 Westridge: Semi Detached 3 Bed House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom + Sep Toilet. Neesa 082 786 4629 R319 000 Lentegeur Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.K. & Bath. Shaamiel 082 723 1118

R380

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Westridge R289 000 Tafelsig Enclosed 2 Beds

Freestanding 3 Beds with a Lounge, F.F.K. and Fam Bath Fazlyn 073 184 2535

House+ Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. 6 Cars. Shaamiel 082 729 1118

R429 000 The Westridge Spacious 3 Bed Home with a Lounge, F.Kitchen + Fam Bath. Fazlyn 073 184 2535

R585 000 Strandfontein Village Spacious 3 Beds Home, BIC, Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Bath with Sep Toilet. Garage x 3 Cars. Shaamiel 082 723 1118

4 Bedroom Home on the Lake, En-suite + Walk in Closet in Main Bed, Fam Bath, F.F.K., O.P.Dining Room & Lounge. Granny - 1 Bed, Bath, Lounge, Kitchen. Parking, and Much More.

Kashifah 073 929 3221

R690 000 Westridge (Behind Fire Station): Freestanding 3 Beds with a EnSuite, Fire Place, Lounge, Dining Room, Ultra Modern F.F.Kitchen with Mirror Double Door Fridge, Fam Bathroom with Corner Bath, Pool, Double Garage x4 Cars. Extra Parking for 2 Cars, Fully Secured. Fazloodien 082 495 8989

R275 000 Beacon Valley

R850 000 Lotus River: R520 000 Portlands

Zeekoevlei R1 350 000

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

Freestanding 6 Bedroom Double Storey House with En-Suite, 2x Lounge, F.Kitchen, Dining Room and 1.5 Bathrooms. Needs TLC. Fazloodien 082 495 8989

R590 000 Pelikan Park

Freestanding 3 beds with BIC in Main Bed, Laminated Flooring in all Beds, Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Bath with Sep Toilet, D.Garage 1 Converted into a Shop. Bungalow- 1 Bed, Shower, Toilet.

Gadija 082 823 1801

Semi Detached, 2 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen & Fam Bath. + 1 Bed Sep. Entrance, En-Suite, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen and Secured Parking Fazlyn 073 184 2535

R1 999 000 4 bed home. Underfloor heating.Aircon in home. Jet bath in en suite. Pool. Fully alarmed. Double garage & parking. Yvonne Siljeur 082 489 4085

CLAREMONT OFFICE : 021 673 1240 • ssho@sothebysrealtyss.co.za • www.sothebysrealty.co.za Each office is independently owned and operated.

R1 200 000 Zeekoevlei

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

R450 000 Rocklands

Freestanding 3 Bed House, Main with BIC & En-Suite, Fire Place in Spacious Open Plan Lounge, F.F.Kitchen, Modern Fam Bathroom with Sliding Doors in Lounge, Carport for 2 Cars Fully Secured.

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ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289 Retreat (The Pines) R399 000

Lovely Double Storey / Duplex. 2 Bedrooms, BICs, fitted kitchen, spacious tiled lounge, tiled family bathroom, back and front yard. Just Move In.

New Tafelsig R289 000

New Tafelsig R289 000

Eastridge R289 000

Free-Standing. 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed.

Extended 4 bedrooms,ensuite(With bath), lounge, kitchen, family bathroom, enclosed,carport for 3 cars.

Newly painted 3 beds. Lounge, kitchen, bathroom, drive-way.

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

Belhar R379 000

Colorado R619 000

Portands R495 000

New Woodlands R339 000

Close to Airport Mall Immediate Occupation. Newly Renovated. 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bath, tiled thru-out, Knotty Pine Ceilings,enclosed.

Lovely 3 beds, tiled lounge, knotty Pine Ceilings, bath & shower, laundry room, Undercover Braai +++ Double Garage.

3 bedrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, carport enclosed

3 beds, fitted kitchen, lounge, freestanding

URGENTLY

Woodlands R399 000

Strandfontein R689 000

Retreat R450 000

Portlands R399 000

Please call

Opposite Princeton Free-Standing. 3 Beds, lounge + dining room, fitted kitchen, family bathroom +++ Garage

Bayview 4 beds, main-ensuite, Fully fitted Kitchen, lounge + dining room, study, Garage for 3 Cars

500m² level, serviced Plot.

2 Beds, BICs, FFK, tiled lounge with built-in-unit, family bathroom, large grounds, drive-way, paved front.

IN NEED OF PROPERTIES in the following areas for my approved buyers: Coniston Park/Sheridon Park, Strandfontein,Seawinds, Grassy Park,Mitchells Plain, Retreat and Lakeview. ANTHONY ARENDSE TODAY

021 704 0289 / 082 673 1503

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Anthony Arendse Today 021 704 0289/082 673 1503

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call Anthony Arendse Today 021 704 0289/082 673 1503

MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160 SCHAAPKRAAL R2.75 MIL

EERSTERIVER R379 000

WOODSTOCK ONLY R399 000

3 HOUSES ON SMALL HOLDING 4 140 m² Plot. Main House approx. 300 m². Lovely 4 large beds + Dressing room, 2 full bathrooms, 2 lounges(Jetmaster) + dining room, large fully fitted kitchen, approx 120 m² Entertainment room (With indoor Braai). Second House: 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, shower + toilet. Third House: 1 bed, large open plan lounge. 4 Truck Garages with 3 phase electricity, 2 Truck Carports, 1 Truck Spraybooth, 2 Shadecloth Carports. Lots of Ground.+++ 9.5 x 5 metre Pool. Many Extras. WHAT A GOOD BUY.

CLOSE TO FOREST DRIVE LOVELY HOME, 3 beds, en-suite, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, Garage Facade. Purchase price to be confirmed by seller.

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WP win Iqhawe Week

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glut of Western Province players have been named in the South African Rugby Legends Association Iqhawe Week All Star Team. The All Star Team will not play any matches but head of development for SA Rugby Legends, Pieter Muller says the selection could raise players’ profile and lead to them being selected for elite squads at their unions. “The All Star Team couldn’t be a formal national side, as all 16 unions were not competing. But we wanted to give recognition to the players who played well at the tournament,” Muller says. “It’s important for unions to understand that they should be looking at the players we picked for their elite squad system, as these kids are 15-years-old and are eligible for the Grant Khomo Week. “All we can do is contact the unions to inform them of the selections.

It’s up to the unions to (take it further); we will do what we can to get the kids in.” The Iqhawe Week was hosted at City Park in Athlone last week and eight coastal provinces competed in the under-15 tournament. The teams were WP, Boland, Griquas, KwaZulu-Natal, South Western Districts, Golden Lions, Border and Eastern Province. All players selected for the provinces came from developing rugby schools; the vast majority came from schools which participate in the Vuka League – another initiative of SA Rugby Legends. Muller says the aim of the Vuka League and the Iqhawe Week is to create a means to develop players and offer them a “pathway” to the elite set-up at their unions. “We want to give these kids another opportunity to be seen. We are not looking at the top schools; we are looking at the rural schools and the dormant schools. Nobody looks at those schools. We want to give them

the opportunity,” he says. “Our Vuka programme in the Western Cape has over 80 schools. That’s where the WP team was selected from – from schools that never played rugby; schools in Langa and Atlantis. That’s what we want to create all around the country.” Players in the WP team came from 16 different schools across the Peninsula, including Mountview High in Hanover Park, Spine Road, Portlands and Lentegeur high schools in Mitchell’s Plain and Darul Islam in Greenhaven. Province eventually won the tournament after defeating South Western Districts 14-6 in final. The Iqhawe Week will be hosted in a different province next year and all 16 provinces are set to participate. Muller adds that the tournament will have “the same credibility as the Grant Khomo and Craven Weeks”. V WP’s Dillon Kaalmeyer, Laaiq Felton, Tou­ feeq Hendricks, Ziyaad Adams, Bradley de Jongh were selected for the team.

Runner needs help to wear the green and gold LIAM MOSES A Cape Town athlete could have his dream of representing South Africa ripped away from him just days before it becomes reality. Strandfontein resident Percy Kelly (48) qualified for the World Athletics Masters’ Championships, but may not be able to attend the tournament due to a lack of funds. Kelly says he has already raised almost half of the R35 000 needed to attend and used it to pay for his flight

and registration at the tournament. “I still need around R20 000 to cover my other travelling, food and accommodation,” he says. “I approached many companies but no one has said they would sponsor me – even partially. “I actually don’t know what to do and time is running out. If no one sponsors me, I will have to cancel my trip.” The money Kelly has raised thus far came through one large donation for his air fare and door-to-door col-

lecting he did at work and in Strandfontein. The Masters’ Championships will take place in Brazil from Wednesday 16 to Sunday 27 October, and Kelly will need to depart on Friday 11 October. He currently runs road, cross country and track races and will compete in the 5 000m track race and 8km cross country race at the Championships. Anyone interested in assisting Kelly can call him at 084 814 0368.

WRAPPED UP: Caledonian Roses player Taariq Cameron is tackled by Young Stars’ Rezano Presence during the Day of Rugby charity event in Lentegeur on Sunday. Callies won the game 31­0. All proceeds of the event went to the Professor Sadick Isaacs Educational Trust for Rahmaniyeh Primary School in District Six. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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Black and Yellow still on top LIAM MOSES

It’s very difficult to win four in a row,” he says. “The players have matured and learned since last season. We are good enough to beat every team. It doesn’t matter who we play, every game is difficult.” Milano are likely to maintain their perfect record on Saturday when they face sixth-placed NFD debutantes Baroka FC. The Black and Yellow will be without 2012/2013 top goal scorer Lesvin Stoffels for at least another two weeks. But Hempe believes his side will manage to win without their hitman. “We have all-round strength in our team. All our players aren’t available, but we have depth in our squad,” he says. “There is (still) a lot of room for improvement. The more the team plays together, the better they will get. And with the players coming back from injury and reaching full fitness, the team will just get better.” Meanwhile, fifth-placed Santos will hope to get their promotion campaign back on track when they host Black Leopards at Coetzenberg Stadium in Stellenbosch tomorrow (Friday) at 19:30. Leopards were relegated from the Absa Premiership last season and have drawn three games and lost one thus far. Santos have won one match and drawn two. A victory could see the People’s Team climb to third on the table.

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he weight of expectation that comes with the “favourites” tag can be crippling for a sports team. Not so for Milano United. The Grassy Park side have started the National First Division (NFD) season in fine form, winning four out of four matches and scoring nine goals while conceding just three. This promising start, combined with a surprising showing last season – their first in the NFD – has seen Milano crowned early-season favourites. Head coach Theo Hempe says his team doesn’t mind either way. “There are no clear favourites in this league. The good start doesn’t mean anything; we still have to finish well,” Hempe says. “We don’t mind being called favourites. There is mental toughness in this team and we believe we are good enough to win the league. We don’t care whether we are favourites or not. We believe we can go all the way.” Milano started the season with a 2-0 win against Jomo Cosmos (H), went on to beat FC Cape Town 3-1 (A) and edged Roses United 1-0 (A). On Sunday Hempe’s charges recorded their most meaningful victory thus far, beating African Warriors 3-2 (H) in a top-of-the-table clash. The Free State team went into this match placed second on the table, trailing their opponents on goal difference. Warriors finished sixth last season, a place above Hempe’s side, and Milano are yet to play any team who finished in the top five. Hempe rejected the idea that his team’s position at the summit could be due to a easy start to the season. “No games are easy in this league.

JUMPING IN: African Warriors’ Koloko Mokhethi (left) and Milano United’s Brandon Theron come into contact during a National First Division match at the Wynberg Military Base on Sunday. Milano won 3­2 and remain at the top of the table. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/GALLO IMAGES

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