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A GRIM RECOVERY A police officer carries the remains of three­year­old Olivia van Voeght. The girl was reported missing on Tuesday 30 July and her body was recovered from a canal in Lotus River two days later. An autopsy has been conducted and the cause of her death is yet to be made known. Her funeral is on Saturday 10 August. Read more on page 3.PHOTO: LULAMA ZENZILE/PHOTO24

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ttempts are being made to halt a potential turf war between taxis believed to be operating illegally in Heathfield. The community is calling on Law Enforcement authorities and the City of Cape Town to put a stop to these alleged illegal operations. Kevin Southgate, chairperson of the Steenberg Community Police Forum (CPF), says: “We cannot say all taxi operators are providing their services illegally. It is merely a few operators who are not following the law. “They are the ones who need to be appre-

hended and charged or fined.” According to Southgate, this is an ongoing problem and attempts have been made to meet with the City and Law Enforcement to resolve the problem. Southgate says some of the taxi operators are failing to adhere to the letter of the law. Commuters are also creating the opportunity for such illegal operations to take place, adds Southgate. “The taxis can only operate if they are given the opportunity to do so. There are people who want to use taxi services, but there are other people who believe the taxi services will bring anti-social behaviour to their community.”

A process needs to take place during which the public has a say in whether or not they want taxis to operate in their community. Southgate says: “The operators using the route illegally say they have applied for permits,but this does not mean they are allowed to use the route until they have been notified on whether or not they can use the route.” A Retreat taxi driver, who does not want to be named, says: “The lack of law enforcement is where the problem comes from. There is not enough man power to control the streets. The taxi drivers are playing a game of hide and seek, which makes it difficult for police officers to spot them and

charge them accordingly.” He says taxi operators need to be educated on the laws of the country and use of the roads to eliminate loopholes. “We need to go back to grassroots level to ensure that taxi operators know exactly what is right and what should be avoided. Those who want to operate outside the law must be eliminated and their permits taken from them.” Ward councillor Jan Burger says: “We do what we have to do as Law Enforcement cannot be there every day to watch over the taxi operators. We are in talks with the taxi associations so that we can come to an agreements following the right process to determine whether or not they may operate.”

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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Tuesday, 6 August 2013

ELECTRICITY PRICE: ALTERNATIVES AVAILABLE, EXPERT SAYS

Shocking power struggle

MICHELLE LINNERT

If turning on your geyser is becoming a luxury, your pocket has probably been hit hard by the rocketing cost of electricity. Consumers are strictly adjusting their power consumption as the price of electricity units steadily start eating at their budgets. But a policy known as net metering – through which consumers generate electricity using solar panels – could mean the end of skyhigh costs, an energy expert reveals. David Lipschitz, the owner of renewable energy company My Power Station, insists that although the City of Cape Town has net meter-

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a tariff that “recovers their fixed costs under all circumstances, doesn’t unfairly penalise nongenerating consumers, and still provides some level of compensation for those who make the capital investment to perform smallscale embedded generation”. Net metering requires the installation of solar panels that are connected to the electricity grid. Access to the same grid will be utilised in the event of a reverse power flow – when energy is depleted and needs to be sent to accommodate a household’s supply. According to council, there are no technical standards yet which govern what these connections should look like. “The City is currently involved in a national workgroup that is developing national technical standards,” Sonnenberg says. “Unfortunately, until national standards are fully developed and implemented, and suppliers can provide grid connection equipment with the relevant mark ‘stamped on it’, the process of obtaining approval to use alternatives is complex and lengthy.” The current plan is that as SAVING UP: Consumers are forced to rein in their electricity soon as grid-connected small- consumption if they hope to stay financially afloat. scale embedded generation – such as net metering – is allowed, the City kom electricity boxes instead of using the will charge a tariff which includes a daily municipal ones. service charge, a higher energy consump“These cost about R1000 to install. Then tion tariff and a lower tariff for when the the household buys electricity straight from City buys excess electricity, Sonnenberg Eskom, without the added charges from the says. municipality.” Lipschitz points out that the technology is V For more information about net metering, phone popular in Europe and the USA. David Lipschitz on (021) 551 9935 or (021) 813 9895 “I believe the public needs to be made or visit www.mypowerstation.biz. aware of this information so that we can do something about the environment, create jobs and stimulate our economy,” he insists. The Eskom employee adds that in other provinces people have begun installing Es-

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GRIM RECOVERY IN CANAL: PARENTS CHARGED

A family mourns toddlers death ASTRID FEBRUARIE

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he results of an autopsy conducted on three-year-old Olivia van Voeght have yet to be made known. The girl’s remains were recovered from a canal in Lotus River on Thursday 1 August. She was reported missing two days earlier. Meanwhile, her parents, Abraham Draghoender and Elizabeth van Voeght, have been charged with negligence. They are due to appear in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court today (Tuesday). This turn of events comes in the wake of a search for missing eight-year-old Kiana Williams, of Riemvasmaak, that was called off. Kiana went missing on Thursday 13 June. The news of Olivia’s death has been met with profound sadness in Lotus River. Her aunt, Lola Adonis, remembers Olivia as a “very quiet child” and carefree little girl.

“We all loved her very much and are deeply traumatised by her death. I believe someone snatched her from her bed, killed her and dumped her body in the canal. “Olivia was not someone who would walk off in the middle of the night. She is only three years old. Where would she go?” Adonis says the truth must come out. “Everyone has something to say, but no one is telling us what really happened to her. We need closure and so do her parents,” she says. Pauline Smith, of the Central Park Neighbourhood Watch, says it is never easy when a child goes missing. “We are heartbroken that a young life was taken from us so suddenly. On the day of Olivia’s disappearance we quickly came together to search for her. We looked everywhere in the neighbourhood. Olivia’s father jumped into the canal along with his friends frantically looking for his daughter to no avail,” Smith says. For about a year Olivia lived with Adonis.

Two years ago the girl moved in with her mother into a “two-bedroomed flat” which, adds Adonis, “has no running water”. “This is no place for a child or for anyone who cares about their well-being,” says Adonis. Adonis says Olivia would visit with her father, who lives close by. A neighbour, who lives near to Van Voeght’s property, says when children go missing it not only affects the family but the whole community. The resident, who does not wish to be named, says: “We are all saddened by the news of the little girl. Children should be brought up in a safe environment where parents and neighbours look out for one another. “It is tragic that a young life was taken. Hopefully people will learn from this and ensure that the safety of their children is their number one priority.” The man is himself a father of a girl Olivia’s age. He says the news of the charges against

Olivia’s parents has resulted in division in the community. “People like to point fingers at one another without knowing the true story and it becomes difficult to trust your neighbour or anyone else.” Grassy Park Community Police Forum spokesperson Philip Bam says the general consensus in the community is that parents need take full responsibility for their children. Bam says awareness of responsible parenting does not seem to help. “We see too many children standing on the street corners and at robots begging for food and money. “This needs to stop and can only stop once parents are willing to take responsibility for their children. Until such time the State must take action.” Olivia’s funeral will be held at 09:00 on Saturday 10 August at her father’s home at 17 Montague Place, Stephen Road, Lotus River, then proceeds to Klip Road Cemetery.

Metal thefts put residents at risk of getting hurt ASTRID FEBRUARIE Thieves are getting smarter. The metal street signs and drain covers stolen in Cafda Village, Retreat, are sold at scrapyards outside the area, making it a jurisdiction swamp for police and the City of Cape Town to solve. The missing items create a safety hazard for pedestrians and motorists. Kevin Southgate, chairperson of the Steenberg Community Police Forum (CPF), is bristling with frustration and longs to see a more permanent solution found. “We are aware of the ongoing problem. This is not only happening in the Cafda area. I have received numerous complaints from a handful of people. I have passed their complaints on to the City,” he says. “They are aware that the thieves are selling the stolen goods to scrapyards owners in the surrounding area for a quick buck. “We have asked the local scrapyard owners to continue to refrain from buying the stolen goods.” But ward councillor Shanen Rossouw is oblivious to this, even though People’s Post has photographic evidence. “No one has brought it to my attention

as of yet. If this was happening I would know about it,” she says. Rossouw reiterates that all the drain lids and stop street signs are in their rightful places. “If these items were being stolen and sold someone in the community would have alerted me. We have a good relationship and they will always communicate with me whenever they have a problem.” A resident, who wishes to remain unnamed, says: “The removal of the drain lids could cause serious damage to motorists’ cars. People could easily drive into the open drain and not only damage their vehicles, but also seriously injure themselves. “There are always children playing outside who could accidentally fall into the open drains.” The resident adds: “The City has come out to replace the drain covers on numerous occasions, but over time they are stolen again. “We are concerned because we do not know who is committing this crime. We cannot point fingers as it is a matter which Law enforcement and the City of Cape Town need to deal with.” According to Southgate, the City is doing their best to replace the stolen drain covers and signs. “The City is using recycled material to replace the drain lids in an effort to stop the thieves from stealing them.”

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TALKING POINT: PROPOSED MONUMENT FOR MADIBA

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f engineers could put a man on the moon, they would be able to erect a monument of former president Nelson Mandela on Table Mountain. This is the reaction of architect Mark Thomas, head of Mark Thomas Architects, on the design of a monument which has tongues wagging. The Dutch architect firm WHIM and Dutch foundation Mandela op de Fiets Fund are raising funds to have the 60m high monument designed against the slopes of Devil’s Peak and presented to authorities. Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) manager Paddy Gordon said the proposal will not get approval once officially submitted, as Table Mountain is a national park and enjoys world heritage status. He said TMNP management initially thought the proposal was a joke. The “Mandela on the Mountain” project was launched last week and the public can donate on the project’s website Indiegogo. Ramon Knoester, head architect of the project, said on the website the monument is estimated to be 30m wide and 60m high. It will include facilities such as a restaurant, theatre and look-out points. In response to enquiries, he said it would take years before the appropriate lighting

and final design is approved. Thomas said South Africa has a tradition of complex structures built, especially in the mining industry. With the proper engineers and resources almost any task can be accomplished, he said. $150 (R1485) of the project’s $100 000 (R990 000) target has been raised. A Facebook page for the project was opened on Wednesday 17 July, while WHIM launched the project on its Facebook page on Thursday 18 July, with the aim of celebrating Mandela’s 95th birthday. Knoester emphasised Table Mountain would not be demolished to build the monument and the released sketches only indicates the initial designs. Aad Bak of the Mandela op de Fiets Fund said the inspiration for the monument came during a visit to Cape Town four years ago. The monument is intended to be similar to those sculptures of the American presidents at Mount Rushmore in the US. The monument will be placed at the foot of the mountain and close to District Six, so that the area’s history will also be remembered. “The entire plan is a boost for job creation and the tourism industry,” Bak said. V What are your thoughts on the proposed monument? Starting with the word “Post” SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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PATHOLOGY: INADEQUATE FACILITIES RETARD SERVICE

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he largest State mortuary in the province is so dilapidated and inadequate that cadavers have to be kept in a shipping container and forensic pathologists have to work while standing in bloody water. Built in 1956, the Salt River mortuary serves the entire west metropole, southern suburbs, Klipfontein and Mitchell’s Plain, but has amenities for only 1500 autopsies a year. About 3500 autopsies are currently conducted at the facility each year, but the infrastructure is so poor that workers are exposed to health hazards. Professor Lorna Martin, head of UCT’s Department of Forensic Medicine, said space at the Salt River mortuary is so limited that they were forced to purchase a cooling container. But even the container is now full. She has only seven forensic pathologists at her disposal, two of whom are specialists. Besides autopsies of unnatural deaths – which include any accident, violent crime, death after anaesthesia and any death where the cause is unclear – they are also involved in lengthy inquests. They are also witnesses in court, lecture and conduct research. Dr Linda Liebenberg, senior forensic pathologist at UCT’s Department of Forensic Medicine, said her work day starts at 05:30 and ends very late. She conducts between nine and 15 autopsies a week. “(I do) up to 600 (autopsies) every year; the international norm is 250 a

year,” she said. A basic autopsy, including paperwork, lasts up to four hours, but “complicated murders can keep us busy for months or even years”. “On my table I have a case which is 10 years old – and the biggest problem is that the investigating officer changes up to five times sometimes,” Liebenberg said. Martin said they wait years – up to nine years – for toxicology reports. This includes the analysis of blood alcohol levels, drugs, poison and medication. It is done by the national health department’s three laboratories. “The problem is that I can issue a death certificate so that the person can be buried, but it states that the cause of death is ‘unknown’. For years people don’t get closure and many policies do not pay out as there is uncertainty (of the cause of death),” she said. “No other specialists will work in such circumstances. People need to realise deceased people cannot be treated differently to living people. They deserve the same respect.” The solution is a forensic pathology institute. Vonita Thompson, the provincial health department’s director of forensic pathology services, said the situation at Salt River is receiving preferential attention. Tenders for the new institute will be advertised next year. She added the department is aware of the shortages at the Salt River mortuary and the new institute is now a preference. The Tygerberg mortuary will be upgraded in tandem with the hospital.

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RESPONSIBLE PARENTING: SKILLS DEVELOPED

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immediate changes in her home. “It’s had a fantastic impact on my life. I now believe that everything starts with me,” she says. “My children respond differently to me now.” Swartz says not only has her family life improved, but her professional relationships with the community has progressed. “I’ve got a powerful tool to measure parenting skills now and to see if families are healthy,” she says. The course aims to help parents and children reconnect in a positive way, through teaching parents about their role and responsibilities, self-esteem and affirmation at home, effective communication, values and discipline. Although the focus is on teaching parenting skills, Proud2B runs a variety of courses. These include building sound marriages, teen pregnancy and surviving rape. They also work with children who are the prime caregiver to siblings. The organisation recently worked with the Ark City of Refuge, a faith-based NPO and shelter. Coordinator Tricia Bailey is amazed at the course’s impact. “Of all the courses we’ve offered, this has had the most impact. Many of the women and children here are victims of abuse. All the participants found it to be very helpful – not only were they able to discuss their concerns in a safe environment, but they were also given practical skills and encouragement. We’ll use Proud2B again and again,” she says.

BEST FOOT FORWARD: There was a relaxed feel around the office as People’s Post staff donned their comfy slippers on Friday to help make dreams come true. Reporters Laila Majiet, Tammy Petersen, Nicole McCain, Tasmin Cupido, Nikita Sylvester and Christelle Wiese got into the Slipper Day spirit and helped raise funds for Reach For A Dream, a foundation striving to go beyond imagination to fulfil dreams and inspire hope in the hearts of children fighting life­threatening illnesses. This month is their 25th anniversary. PHOTO: ASTRID FEBRUARIE

Splash into Spring at Fish Hoek A sea of people are expected to converge at Fish Hoek Beach for the popular Spring Splash on Sunday 1 September. The theme this year is Fish Nets and participants are invited to give their imaginations free reign. There are lots of prizes to be won. The event is “100% free”, says Manu Choudree, one of the organisers. First introduced in 2007 by Fish Hoek Galley, the event is also now supported by Fish Hoek Lifesaving and businesses. The Spring Splash is a family-friendly affair which aims to promote Fish Hoek as a fun destination. The bumper line-up includes sandcastle building, a swim/run event in which teams or individuals can enter, youth beach volleball, as well as the Spring Splash.

There will also be an attempt to have the world’s biggest line dance on the beach. Instead of going by car, visitors are encouraged to take the train. Representatives of Law Enforcement, EMS/CMR, Fish Hoek Lifesaving and the fire brigade will also be present. A Spring Bash, featuring live music, will be held on Saturday 31 August at the Bistro Restaurant. The event is a fundraiser for Empowerment Through Education, an NPO in which Fish Hoek Galley partners with Rotary to give 16 children from disadvantaged backgrounds an education, from pre-school to university. Tickets for the bash are R150 each. Drinks on the night will be for your own account. Day function at the NG Church hall in Serissa Road from 12:00. The theme is “P” for party. Dress code is anything that starts with the letter “p”. Tickets are R100. Lucky draw and finger lunch will be served. For more details or tickets, contact Rozanne on 082 567 6571 or (021) 715 4811 or Frances on 073 654 7193.

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RISING AND THRIVING: The elated participants of the Proud2B Me course.

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NOTICE OF A MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAPE TOWN A special meeting of the Council of the City of Cape Town will be held on Wednesday 21 August 2013 at 10:00 in the Council Chamber, 6th Floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town, where the 2013/14 Adjustment Budget will be considered in terms of Chapter 4, Section 28(4) of the Municipal Finance Management Act. Please note that limited seating is available in the public gallery of the Council Chamber and, therefore, seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to attend the meeting, you are requested to contact Michelle Alberts on 021 400 3708 between 09:00-16:00. All requests for attendance must be received by no later than a day before the meeting. You will be required to provide your surname, initials and contact telephone number. Visitors are kindly requested to be seated by 09:30.

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Sunday 1 September V Heathfield: Heathfield High School, in partnership with Two Oceans Marathon Association, will host a fun run at the school. The 5.6km run will start at 08:00 and the 2.1km will start at 08:30. The event is open to the whole family. There will be entertain­ ment and stalls. The theme is spring/family day. Call Wesley Neumann on 084 725 6672. Thursday 12 and Friday 13 September

V Tokai: The Vintage Experience is hosting the Down South Market from 18:00 to 21:00 at Jakes at Steenberg Village. Vintage, retro, pre­owned and vintage­inspired clothing and accessories will be available at bargain prices. For further details call 082 440 9234 or email thevintageexperience.sa@gmail.com.

V Retreat: Prince George Primary School will present Kinders van die Ses at the Retreat Civic Centre. Tickets cost R60; all funds raised will goes towards sustaining the school’s computer centre. For more information phone (021) 701 9200 or 074 270 1877.

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V Grassy Park: St Michael and All Angels will host a Women’s Day High Tea at the Fairview Primary School hall from 15:00. Cost is R50. Call Shirley Galant on 072 634 2738.

V Ottery: The Cape Kidney Association will hold their annual dance at Wittebome Civic Centre from 19:30 to 01:00. This year, the association celebrates their 35th anniversary. Tickets are R100. Cheese and wine in the foyer and snacks will be served. Take own XYZ and glasses. The Ikey Gamba band in attend­ ance. Tickets available from the Cape Kidney Association Office on (021) 761 1326.

Friday 9 to Sunday 11 August V Steenberg: Penticostal Revival Mission of Africa will host a women’s conference at Harmony Primary School in Pickerill Street. The conference will start at 15:00 on the first two days and at 09:00 on the final day. All welcome. For further enquiries phone Beryl on 073 544 4620 or Velma on 076 485 6061. Saturday 17 August V Ottery: The Aiden Rose Centre, a special needs centre for children, will host a Women’s

Friday 1 November V Lotus River: St Augustine’s Anglican Church will host a fashion show/pageant in the community centre from 19:30. Funds raised will go towards the extension of the existing church building. Tickets are R50 for adults and R20 for children under 12. Call Roger Fritz on (021) 400 1358 or 083 363 1966.


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Law and disorder

Capetonians could believe the crosshairs of weapons in the hands of criminals are trained on police officers. Seven officers have been killed in the past six weeks. And while provincial police commissioner Arno Lamoer is quoted as saying there is not a trend to the cop killings, it would be difficult to repeat this sentiment to the families of police officers killed and wounded in Cape Town. In the most recent case, last Monday, an off-duty officer was slain at his home in Mitchell’s Plain. Reports indicate the suspects knocked on the door and asked for the officer. When he went to the door, the men fired several shots, killing him. Two other officers were gunned down in separate incidents in Khayelitsha. A week before, another officer was killed and one other wounded in Nyanga. Others were killed in Mfuleni, Strand and Mitchell’s Plain. A cash incentive has been offered to find the culprits, a reaction which reminds of the full show of the law in response to the killing of a traffic officer in Lavender Hill in April. Civilians could be left wondering if a police officer’s life is valued more than theirs. The City of Cape Town has posted a R50 000 reward for information which could lead to the arrest and possible prosecution of those responsible. The provincial community safety department has reportedly offered an additional R50 000 reward. It should hardly come as any surprise that no one has stepped forward with information of those who have killed police officers. Provincial minister for community safety Dan Plato has reportedly said “no (sum) of money can make up for the loss of life (or) provide comfort to the family, friends and colleagues” of the officers who were killed. Cape Town mayor Patricia de Lille has labelled the killings as an attack on law and order. She said she is “deeply saddened” by the killings. In the words of pro-gun lobbyists: “Guns don’t kill. People do.”

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Happy birthday to a special woman This letter is to a loving woman, friend and mother to everyone. Not too long ago you lost the most important person besides God in your life, your husband. Dealing with such a great loss is not easy. You need to remember Uncle Phillip Fester for the person he was and the good things you shared with him. He had a phenomenal Mona Lisa smile that used to greet you from far, a smile which overshadowed his personality, a smile that said “welcome in my house” or . Jan Burger is not helping at all! I personally know of individuals who have turned to him for help for children accommodation (or) nursery school and the building in Second Avenue, Retreat. In 40 years the residents in Tonbridge Avenue never requested any form of help yet they are the people who gladly pay their taxes. We are asking for a simple fence and he attached a price to it instead of coming to the party and asking the residents what they suggest and what the City can contribute! You did nothing for us, Mr Burger. We are watching criminals – my son has apprehended most of them. I personally went after a guy at 02:00 who stole my geyser. I called the cops and could have been killed in the process. If I have my way, I would close the corner of Tonbridge Avenue off Canterbury Road with a picket fence, so there can be only one entrance. The sharp bend in Tonbridge Avenue is waiting for a big accident to happen, as cars park on the bend and obstruct the view. Pat Lee . Thank you for community leaders. But, please, Clive Jacobs, if you have access to newspapers why not ask the community to assist in what you had in mind to do for the children during school holidays? I quote: “I wanted to do things for the children, but can’t do it alone.” And so are there many others that wanted to do for the children

company. Soon it will be two years to the day he left you behind, but with fond memories I am sure you share with him in your own time. Your pleasant nature and professional personality has become an (expression) of your kindness to mankind. You do so much for the communities and the children you take care of after school. Your special touch towards them and also to your own grandchildren is remarkable and noted. You, Enid Fester, a woman of in-

Your SMSes and, like you, also could not do it alone. Why did you not publish your idea in the newspaper and invite others to help? There are wonderful people in our communities who really want to help. So please get your ducks in a row before being “saddened”. Pat . I’m so disappointed with the service at the clinic. Staff think because it is a free service, they can treat people like they want. I took my five-year-old to the clinic because she was complaining of a sore throat. They didn’t even examine her throat. They just said she has a cold and told me to rub her body with ointment. I did so and bought medication for flu. She then developed a rash all over her body and I took her back. The same nurse told me it’s scabies and gave me ointment. When I applied it, she cried as her skin was burning. I rushed her to a private doctor and I was told she has a viral infection; her throat was red and tonsils were swollen. The scabies ointment irritated her skin further. I am so angry, but I thank God my child is okay. . Fencing the railway tracks along Flora Road in Retreat and Steenberg will not help. When one is driving along the N2 in the vicinity of the airport and along Vanguard

In memory of Brian Gaffney Two years have passed so quickly that it seems like yesterday. We miss you so much: your smile, your dry sense of humour and your witty thinking.

Your garden still looks as beautiful as ever with your favourite strelitzia blooming throughout the year. Zarah is growing up so quickly and think-

tegrity and compassion towards mankind and the poor community in Wynberg, have become an icon within your society and (someone to be admired). From all those to whom you (reach out) a very happy birthday and hope your day was special. We hope you will prosper in (life). You are a phenomenal woman of courage and sincerity who inspires me in many ways. We love you and you will never be alone as we trust in God to make life so much more valuable. CLIVE JACOBS, Lavender Hill Drive, in the vicinity of Samora Machel, one can see how the concrete spears of the palisade fencing have been removed. I do not believe any fencing along Flora Road will stay up for any length of time. An official pedestrian level crossing, controlled by sturdy turnstiles, would serve the community better. The turnstiles should be narrow enough so that it stops trolley pushers from using the crossing. The trolley pushers are the ones who are in danger at that site, as they try to cross the tracks with their heavily-laden trolleys. . It is very sad what happened to Melissa and it does take place in many families. My concern is (for) the child, Janice. Is she safe from this monster living in the same house? Lisa . It is heartbreaking and disgusting that a father could sexually abuse his own child for 13 years. He destroyed her innocence and her mother did nothing. Where is your love for your child? You are no better than him. What a sick society. Shame on adults who support a criminal at the expense of an innocent child. Perverts who prey on children should be left to rot in jail. D Scott . I just cried when I read Melissa’s story. I was also raped by my husband 10 years ago and blocked it out, but can’t handle it any more. Shahiema ing about her Pa every day as if you were part of her whole life. She remembers you so well. You will always be in our hearts. Vanessa, Sasha, Callan and Zara Gaffney, Retreat Brian Gaffney was People’s Post’s sports editor.


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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 CASH LOANS AND CONSOLIDATIONS. BLACKLISTED WELCOME! SAME DAY PAYOUT CONTACT SHARLENE: 021 7060185 / 083 5061092

DO YOU NEED HELP?

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Moving and Storage

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

4 TON TRUCK avail for garden refuse and furniture removal. 076 124 4713

DO YOU WANT TO SELL BUT YOUR BOND IS MORE THAN THE VALUE OF YOUR PROPERTY? Let me structure a deal to sell your home and put money in your pocket . For confidential interview call Riyard 083 420 8989

LOANS R 3 000 ­ R 150 000 Blacklisted welcome Garnishees welcome 078 505 7696Fax: 086 511 8277 NEED MONEY!! Bl/listed. Call / send ID no to Ursula 071 833 9674

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Curtains/Carpets/ Upholstery

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

from from from from

TV/DVD/Video Services

T&C apply

R R R1 R2

500 900 500 800

Painting PAINTING & WATERPROOFING Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713

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Electrical Repairs FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! ( 076 164 0700 TRADEWORKS ELECTRICAL SERVICE Registered & Qualified Pre­ Paid meters, CoC•s, Energy Saving, Plugs ,Lights ect. Cell: 083 493 6345 Email:tradeworks@telkomsa.net

pm pm pm pm

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R20 000 – R5 MILLION PAY YOUR DEBT

QUICKLY & CHEAPLY!!!

WE DO WHAT BANKS & DEBT COLLECTORS CANNOT DO!! NO PROPERTY NEEDED. BLACKLISTED WELCOME.

DMI: 021 906 8032 081 537 4973 www.dmicreditlaw.co.za OFFICE HOURS MON - FRI 08:30 - 16:00 terms & conditions apply

COMPLAINTS

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

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

BLACKLISTED WELCOME CONTACT NOW Audrey : 079 395 4709 Shana : 073 775 2977 Charlotte : 072 828 9431 Erica : 074 626 4550 Peter : 021 836 6573 OFFICE : 021 917 1938

AFFILIATED DC’S

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DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2 299. Service call repair charge of R150. 083 268 1213/083 288 2757

FOR ALL YOUR DEBTS!!! 000 000 000 000

''LET'S MOVE IT!" Glen : 079 079 2323

DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS

ONE PAYMENT R 20 R 40 R100 R200

FURNITURE REMOVALS. Ph 078 6113 627.

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

WANNEBURG CREDIT MAX 5X2 18-03-13-1C36EHV

PRECIS ADVISORS

Bravo Skills Training

Vibracrete Walls, Paving, Plastering, Carports. (021) 392 1433 / 083 539 5478

General Services 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

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Carpentry BUILT IN CUPBOARDS repairs & alterations. ( 072 695 9738 SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

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Plumbers Plumbing - Elect - Drains R125 p/hr. Ph 021-703 0906


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Swimming Pool Services

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BUSINESS

Repairs – Vehicles CLEAN & MAINTAIN pools. Ph 083 494 3939 or 836 8208 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

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

Glass/Windows

For All your Building Alteration , Renovations and Roof Cleaning ­ Contact ­ 0213972630 / 0729089979 Glass suppliers, Aluminium Doors & Windows Supply & Fit - We beat any written quote. Contact ­ 0213972630 / 0726693599

HOLIDAY AND TRAVEL 132

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

PROPERTY

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Business Opportunities

2013 KENAKO IT'S TIME Sell tupperware full or part time. Narriman 084 414 7444 or 021­637 5932 / Zainoe 084 530 0300 WE DON'T REPLY TO PSE CALL ME ADMIN, Data entry clerks needed for application sms full name/address to 084 904 6873

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Houses to Let ZEEKOEVLEI 2 Bedroomed, kitchen family bathroom en­ suite.R3 300pm excl elec Surgrie 082 978 9016

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or email: d.jobbuzz05@gmail.com CAPE COOKIES ­ A DELICIOUS WAY TO EARN EXTRA MONEY.... START YOUR OWN BUSINESS & SELL CAPE COOKIES TO YOUR COLLEAGUES, FRIENDS & FAMILY CALL Andre 083 685 1888 or e-mail: andre.mercury@ capecookies.com

Houses for Sale

FREE INTERNATIONAL COMPUTER COURSE Data Capture Typing Word Excel IT Int. Email CV. Pay 4/wbk. 021-683 8875 & Call Centre , Tele skill, Office Accounting At Kenilworth Centre Mall

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OUTBOUND CALL CENTRE AGENTS REQUIRED SOUTHERN SUBURBS

FULLTIME CONSULTANTS Basic R4000pm + comm Hrs of work 12pm - 10pm Mon - Fri Transport and training provided National loans and reg housing comp Please call Mrs Goldstein 021 838 2170 JOB OPPORTUNITIES Data Captureres, Office Admin, Call centre, Houskeeping / Cleaner, Flight Attendants, Cruise Ship attendant, Bartender, Waitron, Porter, Cashier. NEEDED URGENTLY!!!

Visit :Peir House Heerengracht Str., Cape Town, Tel: 021 828 2416 / 081 8277 046 021 418 4287 / 021 421 9170 Cell: 079 4855 896

J TECH INSTALLATIONS

Staff Vacancies

8:00 AM TO 4:00 PM POTENTIAL EARNINGS BETWEEN R4 000.00 • R6 000.00 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 PLEASE EMAIL OR FAX A 3 PAGE CV gloria@crossbowmarketing.co.za (021) 702 2052 FAX:­ (021) 70108976

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Teaching/Education

TAFELSIG ­ R135 000 CASH ONLY Immediate occupation. 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, f/bathroom. TAFELSIG ­ R230 000 Free standing, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, f/bathroom. Contact Trevor 073 722 0245

EIA PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS DEA&DP reference number: 16/3/1/1/A6/64/2066/13 Proposed Installation of a Vodacom Base Station at the Mary Atlee Centre, c/o Retreat Road and Prince George Drive, rem extent erf 121318, Retreat Notice is given of a Public Participation Process & the intention to apply for Environmental Authorisation in terms of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) (“NEMA”), Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) Regulations. Warren Petterson Planning (WPP) has been appointed by Vodacom (Pty) Ltd to undertake the Basic Assessment (BA) for the proposed project. Project Proposal: The proposed site is located at the Mary Atlee Centre, situated on the corner of Retreat Road and Prince George Drive, the remaining extent of erf 121318, Retreat, Cape Town. Vodacom proposes constructing a 25 m high monopole mast on the property and attaching 12 associated antennas to the mast. Three equipment containers will be located at the foot of the mast. The compound will be surrounded by a 2.4 m high palisade fence and will occupy an area of approximately 80 m². Power is available on site. Access exists. Application for environmental authorisation to undertake the following activity: The proposed development triggers Activity 3 of Listing Notice 3 of Government Notice R546: The construction of masts or towers of any material or type used for telecommunication broadcasting or radio transmission purposes where the mast: (a) is to be placed on a site not previously used for this purpose, and (b) will exceed 15 metres in height, but excluding attachments to existing buildings and masts on rooftops. Exemption: The intention is to apply for exemption from Regulation 10(2)(d) of the EIA Regulations, the display of a notice of the decision taken by the Department in a local newspaper and exemption from Regulation 16 of the EIA Regulations, the appointment of an Environmental Assessment Practitioner. Description of Alternatives: Alternative options for the proposed development, including inter alia alternative locations, design and the option of not proceeding with the proposed development will be considered during the Basic Assessment. Opportunity to participate: Interested and affected parties (I&APs) are invited to provide written comments. I&APs should refer to the DEA&DP reference number above, and must provide their comments together with their name, contact details (preferred method of notification, e.g. e-mail address or fax number) and an indication of any direct business, financial, personal or other interest which they have in the application to the contact person indicated below on/before 9 September 2013. For more information contact Warren Petterson Planning: Pieter van Staden P.O. Box 44512, Claremont 7735 Cell. 084 673 1388 Tel. 021 552 5255/Fax 021 551 4020 E-mail: pvstaden@wpplanning.co.za

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General Vacancies AVON reps needed contact 021 696 5866/ 079 0538019 A SALES REP R7 000 p/m + MED AID + CO. TRANSPORT + PENSION FUND (With or without experience) IF YOU ARE: * A confident communicator * A Go­Getter * Highly enthusiastic AND have the desire to grow financially with our company, established over 25 years ago, we would like to hear from you.

5 ,, 4 , HOTELS , BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS! .20 Receptionists/Office Admin .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .10 Data Capture .50 Cleaners/ Housekeepers visit us at : 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, Room 311, Cape Town, or CALL: 021 426 7615/ 021 424 5949 073 219 8380

(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

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To book an interview, call HQ on 079 206 4953 CONSOLIDATION LOANS and Personal Loan. Pay all your loans + acc. Deposit change in your bank acc. Criteria: Perm emp, 3 months bank statement, latest payslip, copy of ID. Payout in 1 hour ­ 24 hours. Ph 081 264 6127

DRIVER WITH OWN RELIABLE CAR TO MANAGE SMALL CONSULTANT TEAM AFTER HRS, 3pm ­ 10pm Mon ­ Fri Basic + comm, petrol allowance Nat Co Reg Call Mrs Goldstein 021 838 2170

Hygiene & Bug’s ‘R’ Us

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Earn extra, sell Justine. SMS name and area to

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

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• Gate & Fencing Palisade Fencing Electrified Fencing Proudly SA Boundary Walls Est 1990 • Spiral Staircase and Balustrading • Gates and Garage Automation • Intercoms, Audio & Video Security Systems

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

Your Connection Is My Priority

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OTTERY/ATHLONE

MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

TEL: 021 703 3466 FAX: 021 703 3480

DONNIVAN DE MINK

View photos of our properties on www.rawson.co.za or www.gumtree.co.za We would like to wish all our Muslim clients, family, colleagues, friends & staff

PAM DAMON

BASIL WEAVER

a Blessed and Joyous EID MUBARAK

GRAHAM CLASSEN

WYNBERG R620 000 neg

BELTHORN ESTATE

Neat 2 Beds with enclosed stoep

Neat Townhouse with no levies, business zoned

PEDRO VISAGIE

TO LET PENLYN ESTATE R11 000 p/m

WETTON R925 000 neg

Available: Immediately Enter tainer's dream, very neat & modern family home

Modern 3 Bedroom family home

ANDREA LOVELL 083 536 7206

DONNIVAN DE MINK 083 261 2770

MANENBERG R380 000 neg

SALES & LETTING AGENTS

Over 30 years in existance Excellent training provided to help you achieve & unlimited income possible

WAYNE STADLER

KEVIN SMEDA

BASIL WEAVER 082 414 8232

PAM DAMON 073 344 9161

Neat 2 Bedroom Maisonette

Kewtown R379 000

Tafelsig R285 000

Lovely 3 beds, bics, laminated floors, large tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, large yard, burglar bars, security gates, alarm +++ Garage for 2 cars.

3 bedroom house with 2 ensuites, kitchen, lounge with guest toilet, dining-room, aluminum windows, enclosed, Carport for 2 cars

3 Large beds, lounge, kitchen, enclosed. free-standing

Grassy Park/Lotus River R599 000

Eesteriver Only R299 000

Beautiful 2 beds (built-in-cupboards and laminated floors), spacious tiled lounge with open plan, fully-fitted kitchen (incl. under-counter oven, hob and extractor fan), tiled bathroom with shower over bath. Remote garage for 3 cars +++ extras incl. burglar bars, security gates + alarm

Call 021 703 3466

PEDRO VISAGIE - 072 508 8023

Rocklands (Close To Spine Road & Civic Centre) R359 000

(Close To Kilimanjaro)

Westridge R420 000

(Close To Swimming Baths)

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, Large 3 beds, ounge & dining enclosed + Large Grounds + room, large fitted kitchen, separate Carport for 2 cars. If your combined bath and toilet, Spacious garage wages is approx. R9500.00 per for approx 4 cars. month you could buy this house..

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

Friendly quality service! .

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Abraham Fazloodien 495 8989

Grassy Park: 021 705 8961

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infogp@durrestates.com

Lentegeur 299 000

Strandfontein R 499 000

3 Large Beds, Bics, Lounge, Dining Double Storey, 5 Beds, 2 Lounges, Room, Fitted Kitchen, 2 Bathrooms, Corner Bath, 2 Toilets, Fully Fitted Kitchen with oven and hob. Long Double Garage. Large 704m² Plot Drive-way. Cash buyers come negotiate.

3 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Enclosed + Nice Yard

Cash Buyes come negotiate. Ectendes. Large 3 Beds, Very Large Lounge + Dining Room, Bathroom, Kitchen, enclosed. Very nice Area. Needs TLC

Lentegeur (Close To Hospital) R419 000

Rocklands R 399 000

Gordons Bay R885 000

Eersteriver/Kleinvlei R399 000

List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R450 000 THE WESTRIDGE Spacious, Fully Enclosed Freestanding 3 Bed Home With Lounge, F.kitchen & Bath. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R329 000 LENTEGEUR 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Fam Bath. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R319 000 LENTEGEUR Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.Kitchen & Bath. Close to all Amenities & Train Station. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R309 000 LENTEGEUR: Fully Enclosed 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Tv Room, Dinette, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Close to all Amenities. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R425 000 GRASSY PARK PLOT 625m² Service Plot in 2nd Avenue. KASHIEFA 073 929 3221

R185 000 TAFELSIG: 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bed Home with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F. Kitchens, 1 with Scullery, Double Auto Garage, Auto Gates, Pool, Pool House and Plenty more.... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R1 300 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 3 Beds with MES and BIC, Lounge with Fire Place, Dining Room, F.F Kitchen, Fam. Bathroom, Pool & Double Auto Garage on a 1041m² Plot. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R295 000 TAFELSIG Enclosed Freestanding 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. Garage for 6 Cars. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R695 000 GRASSY PARK Spacious Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Home, BIC in 1, Lounge, Dinette, Kitchen, Bath, Front & Back Garden. Close to all Amenities. GADIJA 082 823 1801

CALL US FOR A NO OBLIGATION FREE VALUATION.

R595 000 STRANDFONTEIN VILLAGE R289 000 BEACON VALLEY Spacious Freestanding 3 Bed Semi Detached 2 bed home 1 with Home with BIC, Lounge, BIC, Lounge, Dining room, F.Kitchen F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath with Sep & Family Bath, lots of Space. Toilet. Garage for 3 Cars. In a Quiet Close to all Amenities. Cul De Sac. on a 330m² Plot. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 GADIJA 082 823 1801

KASHIFAH SHIHAAM GADIJA 072 192 1411 073 929 3221 082 823 1801

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All AREAS

Attention sellers we have buyers for: FAZLYN CANDICE SHAAMIEL 073 184 2535 071 1565 672 082 723 1118

Coniston Park, Capricorn, Fairways, Grassy Park, Heathfield, Lotus River, Marina Da Gama, Montagu's Gift, Retreat, Steenberg, Zeekoevlei.

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

Urgently

need properties for my approved buyers in

Large 3 Beds, En-Suite, Built-in-Cupboards, Family Bathroom, Fully Fitted Kitchen with eye-level Oven & Hob, Lounge, Garage for 2 Cars +++ Yard fully enclosed and used for catering.

2 Bedrooms, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Carport for 2 Cars, Garage +++ Granny Flat

including Ottery, Grassy Park, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone. CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY

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

Everything we touch turns to SOLD WETTON 021 761 0707

Over 50 Years of Real Estate Excellence

View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za PORTANDS R475 000

SCHAAPKRAAL: R3 895.000excl Perfect range Solar Heater Pool, 4Beds, 3xMes, 3xOutbuildings, Stables NAJWA 082 377 7027

WYNBERG: R720.000excl Flat, 3Beds(Bics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

WELCOME ESTATE: R860.000excl Fs, 4Beds, Lnge, Mes, FFK, F/Bath, 3 Car Garage, Paved, F/Encl, 539m. NORMAN 083 772 8912

SURREY ESTATE: R750.000excl Face brick Semi, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Neat & Well looked after. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

LANSDOWNE: R1 175.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lnge + Drm, F/Bath, FFK, G/Flat (3Beds, LOPK, F/Bath), Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027

PARKTOWN: R439.999excl Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, Family Bath, Kitchen, Encl, Will go quick. NORMAN 083 772 8912

PINATI ESTATE: R829.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Bath, Drm, FFK, Laundry, Garage, P(5xCars), 556m, Encl. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

WELCOME ESTATE: R600.000neg Serviced Plot with Granny Flat, Fully Enclosed 433 m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

MANENBERG: R390.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Carport, Encl, Plot 82 m², Vibracrete, KPC. NORMAN 083 772 8912

SCHAAPKRAAL: R1 450.000excl Vacant Plot 16 000 m² With approved plans. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

FAIRWAYS: R1,175.000excl F/s, 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, TVrm, Study, FFK, G/Flat, Pool, Garage, 496m. NAJWA 082 377 7027

HAZENDAL: R480.000excl Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Study, Carport, P(3xCars), B/Bars, Encl, 189m. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

OTTERY: R649.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Carport. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

LANSDOWNE: R1 500.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, Sunrm, FFK, Mes, 926m, D/Garage, Carport , Pool. NORMAN 083 772 8912

BELTHORNE ESTATE: R1 200.000excl F/s, 3Beds (Bics), Lnge, Drm, TVrm, FFK, F/Bth, Garage, Sep/Ent, P(3xCars), 510 m² NORMAN 083 772 8912

LANSDOWNE: R560.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge cum Kitchen, Parking Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

SCHAAPKRAAL: R2,000.000million F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, D/Garage, Pool, Tiled roof, 8100m, Extra rooms. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

KENILWORTH: R839.000excl 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Bathroom, Kitchen, Parking, 2Gardens. NAJWA 082 377 7027

CRAWFORD: R1, 500.000excl F/s, 4Beds, 2xLnge, Drm, 2xF/Bath, Mes, FFK, Scullery, 3xGarage, 714 m² MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

OTTERY: R850.000neg F/s, 3Beds(1xB), Lnge, Mes, FFK, Garage, T/roof, Encl, 400 m², Hse 82 m². SHEREENA 072 435 4085

KEWTOWN: R455.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, Plot 208 m² + House 57 m², Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

NETREG: R189.999excl Semi, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Asbestos roof, Encl, Plot 80 m². NORMAN 083 772 8912

PLUMSTEAD: R1, 199.999excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, Fireplace, FK, MQ, Garage, Encl, 496 m², B/Bars. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs

Negotiable Commision

BEACON EERSTE VALLEY RIVER ONLY R295 R230 000000

THIS COULD BE YOURS! ENCLOSED 3 bedrooms, lounge, fitted kitchen, 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport. Enclosed. If your family bathroom, carport enclosed combined wages is approx. R7 800 pm you could buy this house.

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

EASTRIDGE R259 000

TAFELSIG ONLY R199 000

CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE 3 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom with large grounds

BARGAIN PRICE 2 beds, lounge, fitted kitchen, family bathroom. If you combined salary is approx. R6 800 pm, you could buy this house

ROCKLANDS R315 000

ROCKLANDS R299 000

STRANDFONTEIN R620 000

LOTUS RIVER R199 000

ENCLOSED 2 bedrooms, fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, outdoor undercover area for entertainment, fully enclosed, nice grounds

SPACIOUS GROUND 3 beds, fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, enclosed, spacious yard

SWIMMING POOL 3 beds fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom + entertainment area, garage +++sparkling swimming pool

CASH ONLY! 468 m² plot

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

View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

EERSTE RIVER CRAVENBY R1.095M R295 000

HEIDEVELD R410 000

DOUBLE STOREY 5 beds (bics), lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen, second lounge upstairs, mes, 3 bathrooms, garage +++ 2 beds seperate entrance

VERY SECURE Stunning 3 beds, spacious tiled lounge, fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom + shower, double Garage, large cemented yard, Very Secure.

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

Riyard Abrahams 083 420 8989 riyard@aidaprospur.co.za

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 Sellars 5. Free Will’s drawn up, Ordinary as well as Shariah Complaint 6. Winding up of Estates 7. Assisting in appointing an executor if a beloved partner or family member has deceased 8. Free Property related Advice

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

SUMMER GREENS R629 000

ELSIES RIVER R279 000

URGENTLY NEED PROPERTIES IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS FOR MY APPROVED BUYERS: CONISTON PARK/ SHERIDON PARK, STRANDFONTEIN, SEAWINDS, GRASSY PARK, MITCHELLS PLAIN, RETREAT AND LAKEVIEW. PLEASE

CLOSE TO CANAL WALK 3 beds (bics), fully-fitted kitchen, spacious lounge + dining room, fireplace, main en-suite, outdoor braai + garage on large grounds

CLARKE ESTATE Extended 2 beds, family bathroom, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, garage - fully enclosed

CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE TODAY. 021 704 0289 082 673 1503

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


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Bergvl Berg vliet’s iet’s Bergvliet’s ‘Sandman’ andman’ in ‘S pole po position sition LIAM MOSES

Bergvliet’s own motocross champion recently proved his class at international level when he finished ahead of some of the world’s best at the Youth Motocross International in Commercy, France. Justin “The Sandman” Sangster beat UK champion Ike Carter, Dutch number two Mack Bouwenstein and the USA’s Marc Gonzalez to finish seventh out of 80 riders in the under-12 65cc category gold final on Sunday 14 July. The 10-year-old says he was happy to with his placing after struggling in the same race last year. “Last year in France I crashed at the start of the gold final and went down to 40th, but I still managed to pass five people (to eventually) finish 35th,” Sangster says. “I was really happy (to place) seventh this year, but starting with 40 guys in the line is difficult; in South Africa you only get 15. When all 40 guys go into the corner you just have to hold your line and try not to get bumped. If one person falls in front, you get held up.” Sangster has shown bags of talent since taking up the sport at the age of seven. He has won five regional titles since riding his first race. Last year Sangster also won the 50cc Pro

Senior Championship and he currently leads the regional 85cc class by two points. The Sweet Valley Primary pupil says he loves the sport because he enjoys being able to control the power of the motorbike and it allows him to spend time with his friends. His father, Mark, says Justin has shown an immense amount of dedication since taking up the sport. “He works with a junior fitness specialist at the Sport Science Institute twice a week and they go through some specific training for motocross; (specially designed) for him. It works on his core, arms and legs because he needs to grip the bike,” Mark says. “He attends team training on Wednesdays and they spend about 150 minutes going through sessions. He has a one-on-one with the coach on Saturdays, rides on a Sunday and he often gets another ride in during the week. He rides a minimum of three times a week; spending between six and 10 hours riding.” Sangster says he hopes to one day make it as a professional rider and race in the USA in the Lucas Oil Series – the biggest motocross series in the world. He will continue his charge to pole position in SA junior motocross on Friday, when he participates in the World of Motorsport SA North vs South Challenge in Bloemfontein.

RACE READY: Bergvliet’s Justin Sangster, the SA 50cc Pro Series Motocross champion, will compete at World of Motorsport SA North vs South Challenge in Bloemfontein this week.PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

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Milano United’s management is under no illusions about the size of the task awaiting the club as they go in search of promotion this season. The Grassy Park side were promoted to the National First Division (NFD) last year and looked like possible title contenders at the midway mark, before suffering a drastic drop in form in the second half of the season. Although Milano head coach Theo Hempe is confident his side will be in the running again this year, he says it will be more difficult this time around. “This is definitely going to be tougher than last season because the teams have an idea of what we are about,” he says. “We don’t have a surprise element this year and the teams will come at us a bit harder. We have to work harder and that’s why we strengthened our team.” Hempe adds that Santos, Jomo Cosmos and Black Leopards will be his side’s biggest competition. Milano got off to a rough start in NFD last season, but still managed to enter the mid-season break with five victories, four draws and just three losses. However, Hempe’s side had a significantly lower success rate after the league resumed in February, registering six wins, five losses and five draws. Hempe believes his team are now better equipped to deal with the rigours of the NFD and says they will not suffer another second half slump. “We saw that the dip in form was going to come; we actually thought it might come a bit earlier. When we started last year we didn’t have the all round quality that we have now,” he says. “We are already doing better in that regard. I don’t think we lost it in the second half of the season. Some of our players got injured and we were very tired because they didn’t have a break after the promotion play-offs.” Hempe’s side will kick off the new campaign against Cape Town United, in one of the eight local derbies each of Cape Town’s five NFD teams will have to battle their way through this season. The Mother City has more NFD teams than any other city. Milano will also have to face off against relegated Chippa United, Vasco da Gama and Santos. Hempe believes this could make the battle for promotion even tougher. “With the extra NFD teams in Cape Town the derbies are going to be key and I think it’s going to make it more difficult, as derbies are not games that you can bank on for points,” he says. Meanwhile, Santos will also start the season against a local rival with a trip to Vasco da Gama in Parow. The dates and times of the fixtures are yet to be released.


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Salt River Blackpool struggled into the last 16 of the Coca-Cola Cup with a one goal victory over Bellville City in Grassy Park on Sunday. Blackpool had qualified for the last 32 with a 4-2 victory over Willow Stars from the Nyanga Local Football Association, but couldn’t recapture their goal scoring form in this round. Salt River wasted the first of a glut of giltedged goal-scoring opportunities in the 13th minute, when Moosa Stellenboom was played through on goal but shot directly at Bellville City goalkeeper, Kelly Ruthenberg. Blackpool grew gradually more dominant as the game wore on and were in complete control by the 20 minute mark, but poor finishing and bad decision-making in the final third stopped them from taking the lead. Charlton April was next to squander an opportunity when a deft back-heel from Virgel Ganger found him in a pocket of space in the box and he waited too long before thumping a shot into a defender on the goal-line.

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Salt River, just as dominant in the second stanza, finally found their goal-scoring touch in the third minute when Stellenboom took one of the more difficult chances of the game with ease. After bringing down a long, diagonal ball on the right side of the box, Stellenboom angled a shot beyond Ruthenberg and just inside the far post. Blackpool slowed the game down to a crawl after taking the lead, cutting out the direct play which lead to Stellenboom’s opener and keeping possession for long periods. Bellville City struggled to regain possession or string together passes when they had the ball, but they almost stole an equaliser in the 25th minute when Marco Russell intercepted an under-hit back pass, shooting directly at Blackpool keeper Yazeed Fredericks. Blackpool left several chances on the pitch, but improved composure in front of goal could see them go all the way to the final. The next round of the tournament will be played on Sunday 18 August. The venue and fixtures are yet to be released.

CLASHING: Bellville City’s Matthew Johannes (left) and Salt River Blackpool’s Riyaaz Alexander jump to win a high ball during a Coca­Cola Cup last 32 match at Rooikrans Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Sunday. Blackpool won 1­0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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CHALLENGE 2013 KICKING OFF: Ottery Stephanians player Jade Jacobs (front) comes into contact with Heath Athletic’s Dean Pickfield (obscured) during a Coca­Cola Cup last 32 match at Rooikrans Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Sunday. Stephanians beat Heath, last year’s losing finalists, 6­0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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TOUGH TACKLE: Hanover Park FC’s Yasiem Moses (left) makes a tackle on Battswood AFC’s Robin Reid during a Coca­Cola Cup last 32 match at Rooikraans Sports Complex in Grassy Park on Sunday. Hanover Park won 3­1 on penalties after the game finished 0­0. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS


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RAGING BULL: Young Ideas RFC eighth­man Tsewu Photuxolo bounces Retreat RFC flyhalf Brandon Adams off during a Division Three match in Retreat on Saturday. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

TOUGH TACKLE: Retreat RFC hooker Roger Solomans tackles his opposite number from Young Ideas, Mkoza Zukisa. Retreat won 29­17. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

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minute, when he forced his way over from close range after several phases in the Young Ideas 22. The home side switched off almost immediately after Adams converted the try and Young Ideas were allowed to add a touch of respectability to the scoreline. Young Ideas struck through tries from fullback Zaki Masibonge, wing Siviwe Nokonyana and flyhalf Yoze Lunga, who also converted his own touchdown. The game finished with the score at 29-17 – Retreat’s sixth victory in eight games since the start of June. Strand Pioneers currently lead the Division Three table with 51 points, with a game in hand on Retreat (43) and Ideas (44). Retreat will be confident of pulling off similar victories against Temperance and Perseverance

Retreat wins top of the table clash

Retreat RFC have boosted their chances of winning Division Three after hitting form at the business end of the Western Province club rugby season. The Allenby Drive based side pulled off a bonus point victory over second placed Young Ideas at home on Saturday and now hold third place on the log, trailing the Langa based club by a single point. The game had the feel of a grudge match and the home side seemed desperate to win, after losing 16-10 in the away fixture. Retreat opened the scoring after just five minutes when fluent running and skilful offloads put centre Cheslyn Engelbrecht into space, just inside the opposition half, and he burst through three would-be tacklers to

cross over. Young Ideas failed to cope with Retreat’s frenzied onslaught at the gain-line and the hosts stretched the lead in the 12th minute, despite prop Ricardo Manual being yellowcarded five minutes earlier. After winning a penalty in Young Ideas’ 22, Xaviar Oliver took a quick tap and darted across the whitewash. Flyhalf Brandon Adams stretched the lead in the 22nd minute, adding a penalty to his two conversions. The third try came two minutes before half-time, when loosehead prop Aden Thomas received the ball on the right touchline and crossed the 10m line to the try line, with two Young Ideas defenders clinging on desperately. Retreat continued to dominate when play resumed and replacement Burd Smart inked his name on the scoresheet around the 45th

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