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Fed up of empty promises TAURIQ HASSEN #TauriqHassen

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ervice delivery is a luxury for residents in Lavender Hill. And as the election draws closer, they say the City of Cape Town fails to live up to the slogan “The City works for you”. Several service delivery queries remain unattended, they claim. Lorna Adams, a Lavender Hill resident, says she has heard “more than enough promises made by the City”. “People in this community don’t care any more. When you report something to the City, they take ages to respond or, in some cases, they don’t even respond,” she says. Adams explains that dirt around an electrical substation had been accumulating for months, with several complaints having been lodged. She eventually ended up paying some boys in the road to clean the area, as discarded food started rotting. “I work for myself,” she says, angrily. “The City wants to take credit for everything.” Another frustrated resident, Siraaj Benjamin, finds it amusing that political parties are now campaigning in the area. He says many of these parties are suddenly looking to clean the streets and improve living conditions. In return, residents have to vote for the party. “I actually just laughed when I heard some of them were in the community; they are once again getting people’s hopes up and making promises that people’s lives will change,” Benjamin. “We heard everything before; our situation has become worse and our votes have just made their (members of the political parties) lives better.” People’s Post was escorted through Lavender Hill by community worker Clive Jacobs. The spotlight was on several areas which required urgent attention. It included rubbish piles, leaking fire hydrants and gaping holes in the road caused by missing drain covers. Jacobs adds that complaints are regularly lodged with the City, which either fall on deaf ears or do “not reach the right people”. “We are getting sick of living in these conditions,” he says.

DISGUSTED: Community worker Clive Jacobs observes the refuse dumped on Military Road. Although the area has been cleaned, residents are still upset at the length of time it has taken. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN “What makes me even more sick is now, because it is election time, things are suddenly being done. It’s done all for votes, which is wrong.” A strip of land on Military Road was recently revamped by a contractor appointed by the City. The area was resurfaced with grass and the debris was being dumped nearby. It eventually became a hotspot for dumping. Jacobs says matters reached a “disgusting level” and he was sent from pillar to post when requests were made to have the dirt

removed. “The people here did not ask to live in these appalling conditions. Several years ago, they were dumped here and it is as if they are being blamed for being poor,” he says. “It’s not right and we deserve better. It is time somebody speaks up.” Ward councillor Marita Petersen waves away claims that service delivery queries are being ignored. She acknowledges the problem where leakages are concerned and says the City is currently working on the problem.

However, with regards to dumping and missing drain covers, she says crime influences these problems. “The community must take responsibility as well, but I don’t think it’s fair to say that the City does not respond to certain issues,” Petersen says. “The City ends up spending so much money (to address) vandalism in the community and it is just not right.” V Petersen urges residents to insist on a C3 notification number when submitting a service request. Residents can dial 086 010 3089 or send a fax to 086 010 3090.

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SCHOOL TRANSPORT: PILOT PROJECT AIMS FOR PUPILS TO ARIVE ALOVE

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orried about your child’s safety on the road? A pilot programme using a driver performance monitoring device will help keep drivers in line. Last week, a well-known medical aid service provider in partnership with Childsafe launched the Safe Travel to School programme at Norma Road Primary in Silvertown, Athlone. The initiative is aimed at making the journey to and from school as safe as possible for children by changing driver behaviour. The medical aid service provider’s CEO Anton Ossip says the Safe Travel to School programme has the ability to make a significant difference to the lives of many children. The Safe Travel to School programme is targeted at vehicle operators who transport children to and from school daily. “We ventured into this project because we believe that children are the most vulnerable in society. This was an area where we believe we can make a significant difference,” he says. “The inherent belief is that if we can make people aware of the risks that are inherent in how they drive and incentivise them to improve, we can make a significant difference to themselves, to society and ultimately keep people safer on the road.” Each quarter the top three drivers will receive a cash reward and at the end of each year the safest driver according to the data will be rewarded with a brand new car. National minister of Transport Dipuo Peters acknowledges the horror on the country’s roads, which claim up to 40 lives every

day, and touched on the drastic impact of road crashes globally. “As road users, we have a collective responsibility to work together to improve road safety in our country and protect our children from unnecessary injuries and deaths as they are the future participating members of our society,” Peters says. “We recognise that the Safe Travel to School programme will play an impor- DRIVING LESSON: The Safe Travel School programme aims to reduce the tant role in helping to carnage involving school transport. reduce the number of road-related crashes and deaths, and pro- more aware of road safety issues,” Van As mote a culture of discipline, responsibility says. and accountability, which we sorely need.” The DQ Track System, which will be inPeters says while government is commit- stalled in vehicles that meet the required ted to fighting the scourge of road crashes, criteria, will enable Discovery Insure to and improving road safety, government measure how well the scholar transporters cannot achieve this alone and needs engage- drive, encourage them to improve their ment. driving behaviour through an innovative Childsafe and Global Road Safety Part- reward programme and find out how well nership South Africa chairperson Professor they understand and abide by road safety Sebastian van As believes by instilling bet- rules. ter behaviour in drivers they can reduce the The Safe Travel to School programme, high road crash rate that often involves which will be rolled out in 12-month stints children of school-going age. over a period of five years, will commence “I am thrilled at the potential of the pro- with a pilot programme in the Western gramme to impact positively on people’s Cape. lives, especially that of young children. Safe South Africa has one of the world’s highTravel to School will help drivers who est road crash rates, and our roads, especialtransport children to and from school on a ly for children of school-going age, are one daily basis to become better drivers who are of the deadliest to travel on.


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 6 February 2014

CRIME: EYES ON RUMMAGERS

No wheels to bring change? TAURIQ HASSEN @TauriqHassen

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re trolleys a convenience for scrap collectors or the getaway “vehicle” for petty thieves? Last year a total of 276 shopping trolleys were confiscated and impounded by the City of Cape Town’s Law Enforcement. However, Law Enforcement officials maintain it has become difficult to effectively tackle this issue when stores fail to lay charges. “We had numerous early morning operations in most of the wards and confiscated most of the trolleys from the homeless people, but unfortunately the businesses refuse to lay criminal charges against these offenders,” Inspector Wayne Petersen says. Director for Safety and Security Richard Bosman says unless the owners of the shopping carts are prepared to register a case of theft of property, “it is not illegal to be in possession of a shopping trolley”. However, on average, Law Enforcement confiscates 15 shopping carts a month, which amounts to an average of 180 to 200 carts per year. “At present, due to the absence of an appropriate legislative process, no action can be taken against the owners,” Bosman says. “However, the City has a prescribed tariff for trolleys that are impounded which is charged on collection of the trolley by the owners.” He adds that the challenge for the City is getting the owners to press charges and, in many cases, the carts are vandalised and cannot be identified. “The lack of a bylaw to charge offending parties is also an obstacle the City hopes to overcome,” Bosman says.

ROLLING PROBLEM: The “trolley brigade” will be closely watched by Law Enforcement. It could see their trolleys being impounded. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN “If the owner registers a case of theft, the perpetrator will be arrested for the offence.” Residents are adamant that impounding shopping carts is the answer to the illegal dumping problems plaguing Cape Town. Resident Anthony Jordaan believes trolleys are vagrants’ means of carting around stolen goods. He says they “head to scrap dealers to make easy money”. “I am glad to hear something is being done about it. I once caught guys (with a trolley)

Sassa rolls out new voice technology CHEVON BOOYSEN @ChevonBooysen Social grant corruption and fraud is expected to be reduced with the introduction of a voice activation system. The South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) started with the first phase of the project’s roll-out in January whereby selected beneficiaries were sent an SMS to register for re-registration. The second phase is set to take place during March and includes all other beneficiaries who were not sent an SMS last month but are using their PINs to access their grants. “The Proof of Life Certification was introduced to eradicate fraud in the system to ensure that grants are paid to the right people,” says Sassa acting communications manager Kgomoco Diseko. The new technology functions the same as the PIN and fingerprint verification systems, but will be more efficient to shorten long queues at the pay points, Diseko says. “We will start requiring beneficiaries to call a number at the beginning of the month and to follow the voice prompts in order to verify their voices and do what is called ‘life certification’ in the same way finger biometrics is done.” Beneficiaries who are of ill health must appoint a procurator to represent them and must also request house visits from their local Sassa offices when they want to register. During home visits, both the procurator and beneficiary should be present for the voice recording of the procurator.

trying to steal my front gate,” Jordaan insists. “The companies responsible for these trolleys must ensure there is proper enforcement measures at their businesses so the trolleys are not stolen.” Suneel Khan blames the “trolley brigade” for many vacant plots becoming dumping hotspots. He says a local artery is a famous dumping spot among the “trolley brigade” due to the lack of adequate lighting and visible polic-

ing. “It definitely helps to have the trolleys removed, because many of the vagrants rely heavily on this as a means to transport their goods. And it’s mostly waste that will be dumped,” Khan says. V Residents are encouraged to report all members of the public using shopping carts for illegal activities to the police or the City’s Law Enforcement department on (021) 596 1999. V Share your thoughts. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

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FRAUD TO BE CURBED: New voice activation biometric systems will be rolled out to reduce instances of fraud and increase effiency with grant pay outs. PHOTO: SUPPLIED Beneficiaries are assured that if they have not received an SMS for the voice recognition, their grants will still be paid. When beneficiaries call they have to follow the voice prompts so their voices can be matched to the voice recording which was taken during Sassa re-registration. Verification can be done in several languages. Once the voice print has been validated, the system will inform beneficiaries of successful verification and the social grant becomes available immediately. V To register for voice activation, call 0860 690 717 from a Telkom line, cellphone or public phone. Alternatively call 082 1277 if you are using a starter pack that was issued during grant re-registration. This number is free and starter packs can be obtained from local Sassa offices.

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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 6 February 2014

GREEN FINGERS: DROP-OFF FACILITY TRANSFORMED

From rubbish to place of beauty TAURIQ HASSEN @Tauriq Hassen

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nce filled with dirt, a tract of land in Schaapkraal has now been transformed into a place of serenity. The land acts as a waste drop-off site, where piles of rubbish would be collected and sorted, before being transported to City of Cape Town dump sites. Heading up the project is Marvin Japhta, from Retreat, who has already racked up awards for the best looking garden at drop-off facilities in Ladies Mile and Kommetjie. Japhta arrived at the Philippi site in August with one goal on his mind and that was to transform the rubbish site into a place of beauty. “When I arrived here, there was dirt everywhere and I knew I had my work cut out for me,” he says. He immediately started scavenging through the dumped waste and retrieved several items which he incorporated to making a difference at the drop-off facility. “We recycled everything that is at the drop off and that is what makes the place so unique. I just want people to take pride in the place,” he adds. Japhta is preparing the facility for the next garden presentation which is due in July. Christopher Zandberg, senior foreman at the City, says a group of workers at the dropoff site decided to inventively use many of the

dumped waste to improve the appearance of the land. “This is a place where waste used to be thrown. It has now been turned into a place of beauty and relaxation among the plants and creative landscaping, using items which had been thrown away,” he says. He explains many of the workers at the dropoff site come from disadvantaged backgrounds. Zandberg says: “The workers at the site really just proved one thing: that one man’s rubbish is another man’s gold.” The transformation at the drop-off facility has not gone unnoticed as many of the locals gave the new recycled look at the facility the thumbs up. Local farmer and Eagle Park resident, Heinrich Zoutman, is amazed to see the transformation of the drop-off facility. He says the it previously resembled a dump yard which was not too pleasing on the eye. “I am glad to see spaces such as these being cared for, because if you look around this area, you find many plots that have become synonymous with dumping problems,” Zoutman says. “It’s even better knowing that many of the items used are recycled. It shows the things (rubbish) we don’t need are being used constructively.” V The drop-off facility is open from Monday to Friday from 08:00 until 18:30, Saturday’s from 08:00 until 17:00 and Sunday’s from 09:00 until 13:00.

EYE ON THE PRIZE: Two-time winner of the drop-off facility garden competition, Marvin Japhta, is rightfully proud of his achievements. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN

Rocking for cancer Mommas over Matters will host an evening of live entertainment and dance in support of The Sunflower Fund at Mercury Lounge on Friday 2 May. Wear your Sunflower Fund bandana to event and get R10 off your ticket. The event has a fun line-up featuring local artists Carmelita Daniels, Ricardo Dyson, Bali Ray, Jessica Thomas, Verb Bionics, Kay Kay, Tombstone Pete and DJ Lorenzo Charles (DJ Phoenix). The Sunflower Fund is geared towards educating and raising awareness about the South African Bone Marrow Registry and its ongoing need for bone marrow stem cell donors. It aims to give all South Africans diagnosed with leukaemia and other life-threatening blood disorders a better chance of finding matching bone marrow stem cell donors for them to be treated and, hopefully, cured. V Pre-sold tickets cost R40 and R60 at the door. VIP tickets are available at R100. Proof of payment to be sent to mommasovermatters@hotmail.co.za.


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PEOPLE'S POST | RETREAT Thursday, 6 February 2014

GREATER RETREAT: SHELTER FROM BULLETS

Planning to safeguard children TAURIQ HASSEN @TauriqHassen

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local organisation is determined to turn the gang-riddled greater Retreat area into a safe hub for children. The Women Hope for the Nation plans to establish several safe houses across the Greater Retreat area to protect children during shooting between gangs. The aim is for children trapped by crossfire to find shelter in the safe houses and so avoid becoming victims of stray bullets. Community worker and member of the organisation Ayesha Davids says the community has become fed-up with the news of children being caught in the crossfire. “Today you find children running towards the gunshots, rather than away from them. There needs to be some sort of safe house they can run into to protect themselves,” she adds. Davids says it is also important to establish several sustainable activities for the children, with the aim of keeping them off the streets and away from gang activity. “The safe houses are just one part of the plan. But it is very important, because we have to face reality that this gang problem is only going to get worse. And if we don’t do anything about it, our children are going to suffer,” she says. The gang shooting made headlines when it spiralled out of control (“Gang violence on the rise”, People’s Post, 30 January). A recent gang-related shooting incident in Retreat, which claimed the lives of two

people, has left many wondering whether the shooting might return to haunt locals. For Nabeelah Booley, of St Montague Village, the gunshots are a reminder of a difficult time in her life. In 2006, Booley’s eight-year-old son was caught in the crossfire while playing games at a nearby shop. He sustained three bullet wounds to his torso and head. “I can still hear him telling me ‘Mommy, I will be right back’. Little did I know that he would not be returning alive,” she says sadly. Since the incident, Booley has been striving to prevent others from suffering a similar fate by discouraging them from walking the streets late at night and to also stay away from the gangs. “I know what I went through as a mother and I do not look for any recognition, because it will not bring my son back. But what I can do is to try and save another child, just by sharing a little bit of information with them,” she says. Booley fully backs the idea of safe house. Ward councillor Marita Petersen also throws her weight behind the idea, saying it is of importance to create a “safe village” for the community. “I have been trying to promote the idea of having this safe village in the area,” she says. Other than creating awareness of personal safety, the plan is to create safe routes for school children, as well as creating a safer environment for the greater Retreat community. The plan is still being discussed.

Police in drug haul, with multiple arrests Steenberg police confiscated drugs worth R123 225 and arrested 24 people. Arrests were made from Tuesday 28 January until Sunday 2 February. Constable Zodwa Kedama, spokesperson for Steenberg police, confirms that 2432 units of mandrax, 85 dagga stoppe and 17 units of tik were seized. . On 28 January at 13:10, police were on patrol in Retreat, when they saw a suspicious-looking man. They searched the 28-year-old man and found an unlicensed firearm and one packet of tik on him. The suspect was charged with possession of an unlicensed firearm and drugs. . On Thursday 30 January at about 08:00, Metro Police were tipped off by a

concerned member of the public about an alleged drug house in Steenberg. A 26year-old woman was arrested after 1734 mandrax tablets and 906 crushed mandrax packets were found in the house. The suspect appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court on charges relating to possession of drugs. . A 29-year-old man was arrested on Wednesday 29 January in Steenberg for being in possession of 27 dagga stoppe. . A 22-year-old man was arrested after police found a 9mm firearm in his possession when he was searched in Retreat on Saturday 1 February. Steenberg police also conducted a tracing operation during which five wanted suspects were arrested.

HAVE YOUR SAY! AMENDMENTS TO THE 2013/14 REVIEWED INTEGRATED DEVELOPMENT PLAN (IDP) The City of Cape Town invites comment from communities on amendments to the 2013/14 Integrated Development Plan (IDP). These relate to the Corporate Scorecard and the Medium-term Revenue and Expenditure Framework which resulted from adjustments to the City’s 2013/14 budget. In terms of section 17 of the Local Government: Municipal Systems Act, Act 32 of 2000, the public and interested parties or groups are given the opportunity to submit comments from 1 February 2014 to 4 March 2014. Comments, input and recommendations may be submitted by: • • • • • •

Fax: 021 400 4909 E-mail: idp@capetown.gov.za Written submission: 15th Floor, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard (For attention: Director: IDP Office) SMS: ‘idp’ followed by comment to 31766 Website: www.capetown.gov.za/en/IDP Facebook: www.facebook.com/CityofCT

The City’s Public Participation Unit will assist people who cannot read or write, people living with disabilities and people from other disadvantaged groups who are unable to submit written comments to have their input or comments recorded and submitted to the City. Contact the following people: For general public participation: Frederick Venter at 021 400 1768 or frederick.venter@capetown.gov.za For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or anele.viti@capetown.gov.za Comment forms will be available at www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and at municipal libraries. Direct enquiries to the IDP Process Management Office at 021 400 9808 or idp@capetown.gov.za.

SAFETY PLAN: A local organisation is looking into setting up several safe houses in the Greater Retreat area as a countermeasure to ongoing gang violence. PHOTO: KNOWNGALLERY.COM

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ll Western Cape prisoners will have the opportunity to register for the elections during a registration drive which commenced yesterday (Wednesday 5 February) and ends tomorrow (Friday). This came after the Constitutional Court found the limitations on prisoners’ rights to vote were unconstitutional. People’s Post readers have their say.

CRUWIN MACFARY feels the decision will be appreciated by many prisoners. “I have an uncle in prison and he will definitely welcome this news,” he says.

LEATICIA JANTJIES believes the ruling was a good move. “Prisoners must have a say as well. Irrespective of their crimes, they should be afforded the same voting rights.”

SERENA DE MONK believes prisoners should not be afforded the same rights as the public. “They have terrorised communities and should not have an opinion on the way forward for our country.”

CRAIG DE VOS says prisoners all deserve to vote. “Their mindsets might have changed while serving their sentences, so they deserve to be part of the voting process.”

PALESA LESAOANA agrees with the ruling . “The vote is not just for themselves; they are also making that mark to influence their children’s future,” she says.

ELIZABETH JAFTA feels strongly about the progressive move. “Prisoners should definitely have a say, regardless of their crimes. It is a right that should be afforded to all.”

RICHARD DA SILVA gives the decision a thumbs up. “They are doing their time; that is punishment enough. Their rights shouldn’t be stripped from them.”

New mobile animal sterilisation unit to better the lives of pets in rural areas CHEVON BOOYSEN @ChevonBooysen Communities who did not have access to sterilisation units no longer need to worry about unwanted litters. The Animal Rescue Organisation (ARO) has launched its Mobile Animal Sterilisation Unit (Masu). Individuals and companies have made the dream of this unique unit a reality by means of donations to ARO. The unit, which cost the organisation R400 000 to roll out, concentrates solely on the sterilisation of animals. It is equipped with a full theatre consisting of operating table, geyser, generators, a refrigerator and medicine storage facilities to carry out the necessary procedures. The unit will operate in impoverished communities three to four hours’ drive

from Cape Town. A pre-campaign will be done in the rural areas to establish which pet owners have a need to access the sterilisation unit. The organisation will establish which areas need the unit in their areas and only then will Masu be sent out to these outlying areas. The unit will run an intensive campaign over five days in an area and will be accessible to the people who took part in the precampaign. The unit consists of one veterinarian, one veterinary nurse, two animal welfare assistants and one general assistant and can accommodate about 20 animals per day. V If you would like to make a donation to Masu to help cover the costs of procedures, medical expenses and the upkeep of Masu you can contact Karen de Klerk on 021 396 5511.

HELP AT HAND: The Animal Rescue Organisation has launched its Mobile Animal Sterilisation Unit in rural areas. PHOTO: WWW.SXC.HU

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WARNING TO PARENTS: WATCH YOUR CHILDREN

Abduction fears loom

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recent suspected attempted abduction of a primary school girl has sparked distress in Lotus River. The incident, which has not been reported to police, has led to the Grassy Park police issuing a stern warning to parents and children. Lotus River resident Ivy van Wyk witnessed the alleged near-abduction near a primary school last week. A Grade 7 girl was walking home when Van Wyk noticed she was being followed by a white Golf, occupied by an unknown number of men. “She was making her way across the canal when I spotted her. All of a sudden she was frantically running towards me,” Van Wyk says. “She said the men attempted to pull her into the car.” Neither Van Wyk nor the girl could get more details of the car, but the incident has left Van Wyk clearly shaken. “Everyday you hear about children going missing. They are later found raped and murdered in a bush somewhere,” she says. Lotus River resident Campbell March relays a similar incident which recently unfolded outside a Grassy Park primary school. “A group of men tried to snatch a boy from the road, but the boy managed to escape through a hole in a fence,” he says. “It is becoming clear that children who are not accompanied by adults are sitting ducks. One can only imagine what these predators intend to do with them. Parents

must be warned before another child is murdered.” Last year the greater Grassy Park area made headlines with incidents of missing, raped and murdered children. The bodies of eight-year-old Kiana Williams and 11year-old Jennifer Williams were discovered after they went missing last June and in December 2012 respectively. Their disappearances saw the community stand together in the search, while their murders sparked outrage and concern for the safety of children in the area. And these concerns are again being raised with the suspected attempted abductions. Grassy Park Community Police Forum chairperson Yaseen Meyer calls on parents to ensure their children are accompanied by trusted adults to and from school. “We have heard too many stories about children going missing and later found dead. When the children are dismissed from school, parents must take responsibility and ensure that the child travels safely,” he says. Grassy Park police spokesperson Warrant Officer Wynita Kleinsmith says no attempted abduction cases have been reported. The last reported case was when a 16year-old girl was abducted, but escaped unharmed, in August last year. She says children should always walk on the pavement and far from the road, be aware of your surroundings and try to walk in groups. “Parents, try to get someone to fetch your child from school. Children caught in these situations must make as much noise as possible to alert passersby,” Kleinsmith says.

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quired toys and parents were entertained at the main stage with live entertainment from MC Wayne McKay, minstrel group District Six Entertainers, Loukmaan Adams and many more. People’s Post, the event’s print media partner, was there to capture the excitement.

FAMILY TIME: From left, Nazreen Jattiem, Zahier Smith, Tasneem Smith and Lameez Smith.

PRETTY: The People’s Post Miss Mardi Gras winners, from left, are Toni-Ann Tewary (second princess), Imogan Smit (queen), MC Wayne Mckay and Alicia Davids (first princess). PHOTO: NOER SOEKER

OUTING: From left. Mark Adams, Clinton November, Gideon Lhelm and Marvin Cogills.

SEEING DOUBLE: Twins Caleb and Aiden Alexander (3) had lots of fun.

WIND POWER: Qiran Arrison plays with a toy.

HAVING FUN: From left, Megan, Claudine, Randall and Matthew Sawyer.

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province which perform transplants: Christiaan Barnard, Tygerberg, Groote Schuur and Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital. Groote Schuur Hospital spokesperson Alaric Jacobs says the provincial health department has launched a targeted campaign to increase the number of potential donors. “There are different factors that is resulting in the low organ donation rates in the country,” he explains. Six strategies will be adopted by government to push the numbers up. The department will establish a single organ donor database, support existing programmes, improve accessibility of information, increase opportunities for organ donation at hospitals, address information gaps about organ donation and support families and clinicians.

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ne person can save seven lives. South Africa is one of the countries with the lowest organ donation rates in the world. Currently, 4 300 adults and children are waiting for organ transplants across the country. But a lack of registered donors mean the chance of enhancing or saving a potential recipient’s life is slim. Organ transplantation is the surgical removal of an organ or tissue from a donor and placing it into a recipient. The beneficiaries could be people with end stage solid kidney, heart, liver, pancreas or lung disease or people receiving tissue donation in the form of bone, bone marrow, corneas, skin or heart valves. Most donated organs are from people who have died, referred to as a cadaver donation, but living people also donate kidneys and tissue such as blood, stem cells and platelets.

New start Over 25 years ago, Sathanathan Samuels (67) was dependent on dialysis to keep him alive. His kidneys had shrunk to “the size of marbles” due to uncontrolled blood pressure. He waited for five months before his transplant was done. “This is much less than most people, seeing as some of them could be on dialysis for years while waiting for an organ,” he says. Samuels was also lucky enough to have a dialysis machine equipped at his home. One condition of the loaned machine was that he motivate people from the Muslim

A MOVING PERFORMANCE: The Kensington Girls’ Choir was one of many choirs and groups who performed at the annual ATKV Choir Competition at the City Hall on Sunday 2 February. The competition forms part of the much-loved Suidoosterfees, which highlights the Cape’s cultural talents. PHOTO: LERATO MADUNA/FOTO24

community to donate their organs. The pensioner says doctors had tested his immediate family for a kidney match, but none of them were compatible. Samuels received a kidney from an unknown donor and his transplant was done in 1987. He says that he is ever grateful for having been privileged enough to receive an organ donation as he is now able to see his six grandchildren grow up.

Life lessons at summer school ASTRID FEBRUARIE @FebAstrid An exciting opportunity has arisen for young and old to learn more about the various social, psychological and financial implications of living longer. UCT’s Summer School programme presents a course where participants can expect to learn and interact with experts on a range of topics including what contributes towards longevity and how people make, or could make, informed decisions that may enhance their quality of life. Four experts – two from the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing and two occupational therapists – complete the line-up of what promises to be a thought-provoking, valuable and interesting course for both individuals and policy makers. Kate Brown, a certified financial planner from the Oxford Institute, says during the course they will encourage people to think about the possibility that they may live beyond the age at which they can live physically – and possibly financially – independently of their children or other relatives. “People need to be aware of what the emotional, practical and financial consequences of living longer for both themselves and their family are,” Brown says. Rae Labuschagne, gerontologist and occupational therapist, will discuss the importance of accepting responsibility and being cognisant of making healthy lifestyle choices. “We need to be aware of the fact that despite its many challenges, ageing can be a positive and rewarding time of life,” he says. Both Labuschagne and Brown say individuals are living much longer lives in comparison to 50 years ago. “There are many factors which come into play. The most obvious is

improved medical care with new techniques and technologies in heart surgery, anaesthesia and the development of new drug therapies,” Brown says. In addition to developments in medical care, Labuschagne says, many people are better educated as to health and lifestyle choices which is why they live much longer. “A positive view on ageing goes a long way to contentment in later years. Being creative (and) solving problems creatively are essential elements contributing to good ageing,” he says. Professor Sarah Harper, of the Oxford Institute of Population Ageing, says the reduction in deaths across the life course is due to simple improvements in living standards, clean water and good nutrition. “Population ageing is one of the 21st century’s greatest challenges – it will affect all ages as we increasingly live in so-called mature societies where the percentage of older people is greater than the percentage of young. This population profile is the future,” she says. Harper further says those attending the course have the comfort of having had the opportunity and encouragement to think about and reflect on matters which many find daunting, but which affects everyone, in a constructive and positive way. “Participants will be clearer about some of the important issues which may affect their lives or are already affecting the lives of close family or friends. Clarity can make difficult things more bearable,” Harper says. The last two session will take place tomorrow, Friday 7 February, from 17:30 to 19:30 and Saturday 8 February from 10:00 to 12:00. Applications for the course can be downloaded from www.summerschool.uct.ac.za.

Saving lives Provincial health minister Theuns Botha says patients waiting for organs require ongoing care while their health deteriorates, which places an increased burden on the health services. “As a country, we need to aim for at least 1% of the South African population being registered as organ donors by the end of 2014 and we will start to save lives,” he says. There are currently four hospitals in the

Spreading awareness One person can donate one heart, two lungs, one liver, two kidneys and one pancreas, potentially saving seven lives, explains Samantha Volschenk from the Organ Donor Foundation. A lack of awareness and information is the reason for the low donation rate, she continues. “We are not government funded so our resources are quite limited. We are forced to rely heavily on volunteering networks to get our information out there,” she says. Volschenk adds that the benefits of organ donation is it doesn’t cost a cent and that you can have it on good conscience that you have helped to save a life. V For more information on how to become an organ donor visit http://www.odf.org.za/ or call 0800 22 66 11.


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EDITORIAL COMMENT

Driving a point

It is not every day that ordinary Capetonians get to see the long arm of the law in action. The third floor of the offices which houses this newspaper and two sister publications gave journalists a bird’s eye view of a police helicopter landing in Durban Road, Bellville. This, together with a squad of police vehicles parked at strategic points, asserted the presence of the men in blue. This was no movie; the roads were not cordoned off for actors playing parts in a flick. These were real cops at work, apprehending real thieves. The police got their four men; cuffed unceremoniously and hauled into a patrol van. And kudos to them for the speed with which they handled the situation. It was effective and calm, with only traffic delays to gripe about – small potatoes for taking suspects out of circulation. The next step is for the courts to mete out punishment befitting the crime. How, then, should the courts punish a Bloemfontein father for allowing his 10-year-old son to drive? The man was reportedly drinking a beer while sitting next to the boy. And there was a baby in the car. He was fined R1000 for allowing a minor to drive without a licence and R750 because the car’s licence had expired. In a country with a consistently high road death toll that makes a mockery of attempts to bring this figure down, one has to question the actions of this father. It is not an isolated incident; there are countless fathers out there enabling their underage sons in this rite of passage as driving is still regarded as a man’s domain. This father is just the one who got caught. Women drivers also have their moments of questionable driving habits. No driving manual has instructions of how to apply make-up while driving. Applying a bit of wisdom would not be amiss, failing which let’s hope the long arm of the law meets up with you before you meet up with an accident.

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People’s Post is published by WP Newspapers, a subsidiary of Media24. RETREAT 23 423 copies distributed Thursdays to the following areas: Southfield, Heathfield, Coniston Park, Elfindale, Hillview, Lavender Hill, Retreat, Seawinds, Sharedon Park, Steenberg and Cafda Village. OTHER EDITIONS People’s Post also has the following nine standalone editions: Woodstock / Maitland (16 391) Mitchell’s Plain (83 340) False Bay (30 972) Grassy Park (21 838) Lansdowne (21 130) Athlone (30 252) Constantia / Wynberg (30 069) Claremont / Rondebosch (30 843) Atlantic Seaboard / City (29 246) Total print order: 318 495 WHOM TO CONTACT NEWS EDITOR: Mandy King Email: mandy.king@peoplespost.co.za SPORT: Liam Moses Email: liam.moses@peoplespost.co.za ADVERTISING MANAGER: Garth Hewitt Email: ghewitt@tygerburger.co.za MAIN BODY ADVERTISING: Silvana Hendricks Tel: 021 910 6500 Classified Advertising: 0860 117 520 PRESS CODE, CORRECTIONS People’s Post subscribes to the South African Press Code and we are committed to journalism that is honest, accurate, fair and balanced. Under our editorial policy, we invite readers to comment on the newspaper’s content and we correct significant errors as soon as possible. Please send information to the editor at mandy.king@peoplespost.co.za or phone 021 910 6500. Alternately, please contact the Ombudsman of Media24’s Community Press, George Claassen at george.claassen@media24.com or 083 543 2471. Complaints can also be sent to the SA Press Ombudsman on telephone 021 851 3232 or via email khanyim@ombudsman.org.za or johanr@ombudsman.org.za

Clean sweep: my right to complain I am a decent, law-abiding citizen of this country. I am a conscientious and considerate citizen of this great city of ours. I take great pride in my sense of responsibility towards my country and city. I live in an economically poor community, where the services of national and provincial government, and the City (of Cape Town) often do not reach the poorest of the poor. Few of them have any other recourse than to approach the City housing offices in Retreat. There are community organisations, NGOs and individuals who genuinely try their best to assist the poor and resourceless. I take my hat off to them. When I see something wrong in our community, be it an electricity light not working, or the dirt heaps becoming too much opposite my home, I would find a way to alert the City. I speak to the loiterers, especially the mischievous ones, asking them not to loiter in the lane which I share with my neighbours. More often than not, they listen. I have had to threaten some of them with the police as well. I am prepared to do this and have done this in the past. I also talk to them, since one must never forget the love which one is meant to have for your neighbour. I have recently laid a complaint about City electrical workers who have, what appeared to me, abused and wasted City resources. Upon further investigation, it was found that these “Umbane” workers were in remiss. It is up to the City, not me, to decide what action is taken. I have received prompt feedback from the City on the progress of my complaint.

Your SMSes . People whose homes burn down must pay to have rubble removed. It is their responsibility, not the City of Cape Town’s. The community should put rubble in black bags, which should be put in dustbins. . Unfortunately, Mr Clive Jacobs, that’s the way (some) people choose to live. Stop blaming the police; it’s not their duty to raise your community’s people. It’s the very adults living among you

However, I take responsibility for reporting this. I am appealing to residents: if you see any kind of abuse by any government or local government (employee), report it. It is your right. In effect, these errant workers are stealing from you and I, the poorest of the poor. I have been threatened because of my complaints to the City. I have taken this up with the courts and police, as well as informing the City of this. I will not be intimidated and will continue to look out for each and every one of my neighbours. I cannot do it alone. Each and everyone of us deserves better and have the right to report abuse. After all, abuse of City resources prevents service delivery to you – such as your plugs (and) staircase from being fixed. Abuse of resources causes our collective costs to go up. (These are) costs we can ill afford. I have been attacked in my own home for chasing loiterers out of my shared lane. I was assisted by the police and the culprits will face the full might of the law. I also applaud those loiterers who leave the lane after I speak with them. I take my hat off to them as they retain their self-respect. That is a way of how we can build stronger communities. God says: “Love the sin, not the sinner.” That is the motto I follow. Fearlessly and with a clear conscience, and with respect, I handle these matters. That is my contribution to everyone in our community. Wishing everyone prosperity for 2014 and beyond. OWEN SIMONS, Lavender Hill whose children cause problems. That’s why our crime rate is so high, because people like you expect the police to waste their time on trivial nonsense and cannot provide the greater Retreat area with the visibility it deserves. . Although the front page article regarding the crime in Monty Road is newsworthy, it has also alerted all literate criminals to this “honey hole” and will probably increase the criminal activity. This situation would probably have best been handled under the radar. Ron Williams

Time to get involved to fight crime We are now in a new year with many unknown challenges facing us. One of the challenges is for us to not become a victim of crime. We have to take a (close) look at some things and see if we have the commitment to ensure safety and security. Are we supporting our local police in the fight against crime? Do we know the national emergency (telephone) number, the number of the local police station or the cellphone number of the local sector police patrol van? And do we report crime so that the police statistics reflect a true version of crime in our precinct? Do we attend police community imbizos or heed police crime prevention hints? Are we supplying the police with information about crime? Are we taking measures to ensure our own safety, that of our families, the safety of our property and are we driving in a legal and safe manner that will not cause harm to ourselves or other road users? Are we part of crime prevention (organisations) and are we attending and contributing to our local community police forums? Are we aware of other Law Enforcement agencies, such as Metro Police, Law Enforcement, the Traffic Department and SPCA, and (do we know) their contact details to report illegal acts, issues such as illegal dumping and animal cruelty? Appreciate the security officer on duty or a marked security patrol vehicle because that uniformed presence is a deterrent to crime. You have to decide what steps you are going to implement to make you, your family, your property and your neighbourhood more secure and safe in 2014. KEITH BLAKE


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Stars line up for Valentine’s extravaganza

LOVE AND ROMANCE: Make this Valentine’s Day unforgettable with a picnic under the stars! People’s Post and Spier are giving away three baskets crammed with deliciously indulgent treats and a bottle of Spier’s Signature Méthode Cap Classique. The winners will be able to enjoy their lovely treat on the sprawling lawns of the wine farm with a complimentary blanket and cushions to watch the classic romantic movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s starring Audrey Hepburn. A regular basket for two is available at R380, and a decadent VIP picnic costs R580. So take your special person and enjoy all that the country’s most famous winelands destination has to offer on Friday 14 February at 19:00 for 19:30. To book, visit www.spier.co.za or call 021 809 1100. Once lucky reader can win a VIP picnic, while two regular baskets are also up for grabs. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter. The competition closes at 10:00 on Monday. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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n extra special Valentine’s jol awaits when Waseef Piekaan presents Swagnotes. For only two nights, you can expect an elegant evening of music, comedy and entertainment featuring a star-studded HIGH NOTES: Catch Idols programme. winner Karin Kortje in acSwagnotes will tion. PHOTO: SUPPLIED be performed on Friday 14 and Saturday 15 February in the Baxter Concert Hall at 20:00. Cape Town musical icons will be celebrating this weekend of love with lots of music, a touch a magic and just a dash of swag. The stellar line-up includes multipleaward-winner Loukmaan Adams (Kat and the Kings; District Six The Musical; Where the Boys Are); Kanna and Kyknet Fiesta winner Monox (Moenier Adams) of Afrikaaps, A Town Called Fokol Lutho and Vocal is Lekker-fame, and Nur Abrahams, who recently captivated audiences in Scrooge and who performs in Swagnotes with Vibe. Also joining them is Ashur Petersen, star of Like Father Like Son, his tribute to his late father, musical talent Taliep Petersen, as well as SA’s Got Talent winner James Bhemjee. Comedian, actor and singer Waseef, who dazzled audiences and critics with his latest one-man show, Wrongly Accused, will also perform. Representing the women will be acclaimed songstress and Idols winner Karin Kortje. In addition, audiences will have the chance to see some of Cape Town’s hottest young rising talent, including Mitchell’s Plain boyband X-pose. “Swagnotes is a classy, sophisticated and fun evening of top quality entertainment,” says Waseef, who is producing the show. “Gents, dust off the bowties, ladies, slip on your heels, we encourage you to dress up and keep in with the theme of red, white and black for the evening. There’s also going to be a host of exciting surprises on the night.” Tickets cost R150 and R120 for students, senior citizens and block bookings of 10 or more. Book at Computicket. V Five People’s Post readers can win double tickets to the show on 14 February. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter.

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Celebrate love The Beatles sang to the world that “Love is all you need”. Well, you also need to see Kaapse Stories, a good dose of Cape Town culture at its finest. This eclectic experience has been a favourite among many locals to spoil and treat their loved ones for special occasions. And Valentine’s Day will be no different. Richard’s Supper Stage in Sea Point is serving a Valentine’s Day lunch and dinner set menu and a special edition of Kaapse Stories from the Mother City. Whether you’re a born-and-bred local or from elsewhere and have fallen in love with the Cape’s vibes, rhythms, culture and people – this show gives intimate insight into its colourful residents and makes for an enriching and entertaining evening. Be treated to a scrumptious four-course buffet as well as an exhilarating musical show inspired by the Mother City. Dinner and the show costs R420 per person. Guests receive a complimentary glass of bubbly and women get a rose. Doors will open at 19:00 and the evening will commence at 19:30. V Two People’s Post readers can win double tickets to the Valentine’s Day dinner and the show at Richard’s Bistro and Supper Club. The prize includes show tickets, dinner and a bottle of wine. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter.

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AFFORDABLE LOANS R300 000. For Monthly Earners only. Ph Tanya 079 55 55 208 /SMS name, Id no, Nett salary, Company.

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NEED TO RECOVER frm FESTIVE SEASON/ BACK TO SCHOOL SPENDING? Is January too long because of DEBT and EXPENSES? Dont worry – Clear your Debt by contacting 021 713 4380/ 0861 NODEBT (663327) 24/hrs: 078 221 0193 .

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. 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 .

Home Loan Troubles? Finance Offered ! Save Yourself ! Call 060 431 4528 .

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Every Sunday 9:30am Weltevreden Centre, Rocklands, M/Plain 021-392 1973 Pastor Allan and Mary Africa

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. CAMERAMAN for Events 082 738 1166 /021-372 6950

. DVDS & PHOTOS Call 073 454 9280 . PHOTOGRAPHER for weddings, birthdays, special events, websites etc. Ph 021-692 0221, 084 562 0811 .

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*********** Learners Classes: Aubrey's Head Office 3rd Ave Belgravia (above Kentucky) Mondays 6h30-8pm & Saturdays 10-11h30am

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Brushwood Rd. Bridgetown Wednesdays 6h30-8pm

R180.00 for as many lessons as needed. Pass Guaranteed BBM Pin 25B6B5F6 Email: aubreysdrivingschool@telkomsa.net

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(6x3)- R6 500 CASH!!! Call 082-621-4441 021-393-5475 .

BUILDING MATERIAL .

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A BARGAIN BLOCK: 190, 140 & 90 021-374 2053 021-692 1209 083 384 7144 .

ABACUS BLOCKS 190, 140 ,90 Sand & Stone

021-376 6364 079 464 4302 .

ABBA BLOCKS 190's, 140's & 90's and cement. Ph 021-705 5886 or 021-706 4116 Free Delivery!

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330 .

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 1620

. All Fridge Regassing and geyser repairs. 021-371-5362 .

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IS YOUR CHILD STRUGGLING AT SCHOOL? Don't know how to study? We offer help with: study methods, reading problems, how to do research and tuition in a number of school and university subjects. Call: 072 294 1395

Cornflower Primary in Association with Business Data Solutions

Computer Courses Equip yourself with a Certificate in Computer Literacy

Applied Basic / Advanced Computing Introduction to I.T. Essentials 1 & 2 Microsoft Windows XP Professional Microsoft Office Professional 2003 Word/Excel/PowerPoint Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 Outlook Express 6

Affordable at R800.00 Duration: Âą4 Months Venue: Cornflower Primary School - Starts: Monday 24 February 2014 - Group 1 - Mon & Wed (Time: 19h30 - 21h00) Tuesday 25 February 2014 - Group 2 - Tues & Thurs (Time: 19h00 - 21h00) Saturday 1 March 2014 - Group 3 (Time: 09h00 -13h00) Registration Date & Time: 7 February 2014 - 22 February 2014 Monday to Thursday (Time: 10h00 - 14h00) School Hours Only Friday (Time: 10h00 - 12h00) School Hours Only & Saturday (Time: 14h30 - 17h00) Registration Fees: R400 (Not Refundable) + I.D. Book Balance: R400 - Payable over 10 Weeks

Contact: Aslam Gallie on 0213743451 or 0762192912

1A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R12,50 450 x 450 = R14,50 500 x 500 = R15,95 VIBRACRETE = R28,95 Ph 061 241 3542

. 5M, SAND, STONE, RUBBLE PH: 021-397 1501 or 082 709 6443 . A 6 cubic metre sand, stone and rubble removal. Phone John 072 407 4289 or 021-761 2410 . A BAKKIE rubble, sand and stone. Ph 078 611 3627. .

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BUILDING PLANS

FRIDGE AND FREEZER REGASSING & REPAIRS Reasonable prices! % 076 164 0700

Ronald George Electrical Installations and Maintenance Tel: 021-705 5922 Cell: 083 311 7195

TV/HI-FI REPAIRS MICROWAVES

18 Linaria Crescent Silvertown

BUDGET ELECTRONICS 021 633 1802 083 486 5394 .

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FREE WATER Wellpoints / mini boreholes. No water, no charge. Improv your existing wellpoint. Ph 021-637 5677 or 021-702 3888 / 072 825 9586

CARPENTRY 1874

Phone 071 8121 151

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Glass suppliers, Aluminium Doors & Windows Supply & Fit - We beat any written quote. Contact - 021-397 2630 / 072 669 3599 . HENDRICKS ALUMINIUM for manufacturing, fitting of aluminium windows & doors custom made. Many years of experience, affordable & quality services.

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. AA vibracrete walls raise it spikeit Ph 072 425 5111 . ARTHUR'S SLIDING GATES, b/bars, vibracrete & steel fencing & automation. Ph 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 . VIBRACRETE Walls, Paving, Plastering, Carports. Ph (021) 392 1433 or 083 539 5478 .

PAINTING . PAINTING & WATERPROOFING Good ref. Ph 076 124 4713 . ALTERATIONS Excel refs. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713 .

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PLUMBING repairs & installations. Call Angelo 073 664 3532 .

SWIMMING POOLS 1867

. CLEAN & MAINTAIN POOLS. Ph 083 494 3939 or 021-836 8208 . POOL SERVICE and maintenance. Ph Michael 073 104 3575 or 021-705 8851 .

TRANSPORT & STORAGE 1870

. 4 TON TRUCK avail for garden refuse and furniture removal. Ph 076 124 4713 . FURNITURE REMOVALS Ph 0786113627. .

Rob's Transport and removals. Best, reliable rates in any town. Cell - 076 521 5153/084 272 6616

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. GORDONS Bay S/catering holiday accomodation, 6 &8 sleeper from R1 000 p/night % 079 522 4309 www.weekendescape.co.za .

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS INTERIOR 1835

& automation. 0765230306 .

RC BLINDS We supply vertical, venetian, wooden venetian blinds 074 259 1802 - Renaldo 082 598 2606 - Wesley rcblinds@polka.co.za

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ENGINE OVERALL, R2 000. Clutch overalls, R950. Gearbox repairs from R950. Parts & labour incl. Call 021-376 6014/ 078 875 4394 .

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HOUSES FOR SALE .

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JOBS AVAILABLE 18 Housekeepers /cleaners 15 Cashiers, 14 porters 14 data capturere 20 waitrons 10 bartenders 15 Call centres, 10 Bank tellers 15 Cruise ship attendants, 10 flight attendants 12 Receptionists 17 Heerengracht Street, Pier House, 7th Floor, office 701, Next to Park Inn Hotel Cape Town Call: 021 828 2416 / 081 8277 046 / 079 485 5896 .

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Tel: 021-376 3937 cell 076 608 4770

AVON AGENTS NEEDED Get up to 30% commission + FREE GIFTS. Call: 074 1098511

SALES & MARKETING

PLUMBERS

VEHICLE REPAIRS

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HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXTERIOR

. ALL PAVING. Excel ref. Ph 393 2090 or 076 124 4713 .

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. TILING + Laminated floors R50/sqm. Ph 084 978 9175 .

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. SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021-392 2894, 073 293 3952

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REPAIR ALL YOUR BROKEN BUILT-IN CUPBOARDS And single units, replace counter tops and broken cupboard doors, built in undercounter ovens, Eye level and drop in sinks, and all other carpentery work done.

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DSTV AND AERIAL REPAIRS AND INSTALLATIONS DSTV packages fully installed for R599. HD PVR installations from R2299. Service call repair charge of R150.

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I BUY, SELL AND REPAIR ALL FRIDGES, FREEZERS AND APPLIANCES DEAD OR ALIVE. PH: 084 985 7425 / 021-836 6678

. 1 m SAND, STONE AND RUBBLE Ph 079 776 8185 / 021-397 1501 .

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ACCREDITED DSTV Dish realignments, installation + repairs. We also install NEW OVHD FREE TO AIR No Monthly Fee wstechzone sa 073 272 6117

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A&G CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING PH: GAIL 021-391 3483 OR 072 906 1796

WENDY HOUSES

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. 24/7 FRIDGE REGASSING PH 073 4808 444 . AA APPLIANCE repairs to all makes of washing machines, tumble dryers, etc. 40 years exp. Ph Alwyn West 021-671 5786 or 082 705 8103 .

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. A SPECIAL CARPET CLEANING SPECIAL 3 Bdrms for R350, 6 Seater Couches for R350, Beds, Curtains & Cars Contact Rob 079 248 4296 Web: specialcarpetcleaning.co.za E-mail: robertfenyes2013@ gmail.com .

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GENERAL & HOME SERVICES

. MATHS Individual tutoring. All hours incl weekends 80/hour Contact 071 1737 138

Waiting for Pension/package payouts?

Imaan Erica Peter OFFICE

Ladies Only!! Ladies Only!! Ladies Only!! R999.00.00 for 10 Driving Lessons

DJ With Sound 083 747 3304

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. A CASH LOAN UP TO R100 000 Blacklisted welcome. 10 min phone approval. Same day payout. Ph / Sms LIZ 074 295 9559

Valentine's Special!!

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WOODLANDS - R240 000 Mais 2 beds, lounge, enclosed. Ph Shireen 082 5055402

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SALES JOBS AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY Let us help you to achieve your earning potential! No experience needed Free training provided No vehicle needed! We offer: Basic Salary Commission Allowance For appointment Call Aileen 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply .

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Kingsway College For Computing & Business Study

www. kingswaycollege.co.za info@ kingswaycollege.co.za #Project Management # Electrical Engineering # Civil Engineering # Mechanical Engineering # Tourism # Public Management # Marketing Management # Human Resource # Business Management # Public Relations #English & Xhosa # Police & Traffic # Information Tech (IT) # Bookkeeping # Economics & Accounting # Office Administration # Aviation courses # Vocational Courses #Pastel Accounting # Flight attendant # Database # System Support # Cert. Port E. Learning # MATRIC - RE-WRITE SHORT & LONG COURSES 17 Heerengracht Str. Pier House, 7th floor, Office 701, next to Park Inn Hotel Cape Town. Tel: 021 421 9170 / 021 481 4287 / 021 828 2416 Fax: 021 418 7909


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EMPLOYMENT .

SPECIAL SPECIAL SPECIAL

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SALES & MARKETING .

GARAGE DOORS R4500 R1200

NEED TO EARN EXTRA MONEY IN MEDIA SALES? SMS Fatima/Craig and the area you are in to 0739903739 or 0738413614. You will be contacted within 24 hours

View photos of our properties on www.rawson.co.za or www.gumtree.co.za

WETTON R640 000 neg

HAZENDAL R890 000 neg

HAZENDAL R910 000 neg

ZEEKOEVLEI R350 000 neg

Fully secured 2 Bedroom starter home DONNIVAN DEMINK 083 261 2770

Fully enclosed 4 Bedroom, ideal for dual living or student accomodation. WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308

WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308

BELGRAVIA ESTATE R900 000

WYNBERG R580 000 neg

Huge plot with 3 Bedroom family home + separate accommodation. WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308

PAM DAMON

SECTIONAL OVERHEAD

FOR INSTALLATION

INCLUDES: - SINGLE DOOR - HARDWARE - MOTOR AUTOMATE YOUR - 2 REMOTES DOOR FOR R2200

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TEL: 021 703 3466 FAX: 021 703 3480

DONNIVAN DE MINK

FULLY AUTOMATED

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BASIL WEAVER

PEDRO VISAGIE

WYNBERG R500 000 neg

WYNBERG R550 000 neg Freshly painted 2 Bedroom flat with access to laundry

WAYNE STADLER

We are OPEN during the FESTIVE SEASON

TEL: 021 638 4565 CELL: 083 786 5405

KINGDOM GARAGE DOORS .

“GARAGE DOOR GURU”

GRAHAM CLASSEN

3 Bedroom family home with separate entrance

Very neat 1 Bedroom flat with secure parking.

Very neat 2 bedroom flat in secure complex

PAM DAMON 073 344 9161

PAM DAMON 073 344 9161

GRAHAM CLASSEN 083 741 4953

KEVIN SMEDA

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Grassy Park

Fazloodien Abrahams cell: 082 495 8989 tel: 021 391 4203 Kays infomp@durrestates.com

CEMENT R75.00 Del.

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Vacant plot, 628m²

021 703 3121 021 704 3636 021 391 6330

www.durrestates.co.za

Mitchells Plain : 021 391 4203 Your Last Will and Testament drafted absolutely FREE

WANT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE AT THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE PRICE? CALL NOW FOR A FREE VALUATION AND PROPERTY ADVICE R330 000 Lentegeur Enclosed 3 Beds with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking x2 Cars. Candice 071 756 5672

SPECIALISING IN: Tip Ups Sectional Overheads Roll Ups - Installation Repairs - Automation

GHD REPAIRS You get them back good as new .

R330 000 Voorbrug Delft Freestanding 3 Bed with Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking for x6 Cars. Gadija 082 823 1801

R365 000 Seawinds Enclosed Semi Detached 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom and Parking x4.Gadija 082 823 1801

R329 000 Rocklands Fully Enclosed 2 Bed House with a Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Garage parking for 1 Car. Candice 071 156 5672

R370 000 Lentegeur Semi Detached 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Dining Room, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath and Carport Parking x 2 Cars. Candice 071 756 5672 R250 000 The Leagues 3 Bedroom House Consisting of a Lounge, Kitchen, Family Bathroom, Carport. Shariff 082 781 2903

ATTENTION ALL SELLERS IN GRASSY PARK WE HAVE BUYERS

R350 000 Flat Retreat (The Pines) 2 Bed Flat with BIC, F.Kitchen, Lounge, Fam Bath. Close to All Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801

R199 000 Tafelsig 2 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Parking x4 Cars. Fazlyn 073 184 2535 R309 000 Lentegeur R155 000 Delft 2 Beds House With a Lounge, Kitchen, Fully Enclosed 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Fam Bath, Parking x1 Car. Close to All Kitchen, Family Bath & Carport parking for 2 Cars. Candice 071 156 5672 Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801

R50 000 Eastridge Cash Only 1 44M2 Plot for sale in Eastridge.

R250 000 Beacon Valley 2 Bedroom House consisting of Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom and parking for 2 Cars. Candice 071 156 5672

R310 000 Eastridge Secured 3 Bedroom Home with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom and Parking. Shariff 082 781 2903

R220 000 Tafelsig (Quiet Part of Tafelsig) 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking for 2 Cars. Fareed 082 959 2301

R1 050 000 Somerset Village Retreat Freestanding Fully Enclosed 3 Bedroom House with a Lounge, Dining Room, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom + Sep Toilet, Garage Parking x5 Cars. Close to All Amenities. Gadija 082 823 1801

R799 000 Colorado Freestanding5 Bedroom House + En-Suite in Main Bed, F.F.Kitchen, Lounge, Fam Bathroom, Garage Parking x5 Cars. Fixtures and Furniture INCLUDED. Fazlyn 073 184 2535

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Fazlyn 073 184 2535.

R990 000 Lotus River Enclosed 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Dining Room, Open Plan F.F.Kitchen, Store Room, Swimming Pool, Fully R485 000 Portlands - A MUST Paved. Laminated Flooring and Garage SEE! 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Parking for 4 Cars. F.Kitchen, Fam Bath. Situated Near all Gadija 082 823 1801 Amenities. Shariff 082 781 2903 R149 000 Tafelsig Freestanding 2 Beds with Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking for x2 Cars. Fareed 082 959 2301

Shaamiel 084 339 6285

Fazlyn 073 184 2535

Shariff 082 781 2903

Candice 071 156 5672

Neesa 082 786 4629

R210 000 Tafelsig Semi Detached 3 Beds House with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bath and Parking for 1 Car. Shariff 082 781 2903

Fareed 082 959 2301

Venetia 084 227 1412

Muneer 073 313 0152

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Tracy-Lee 076 659 4551

Gadija 082 823 1801

THIS WEEKS TOP AGENT

Everything we touch turns to SOLD Over 50 Years of Real Estate Excellence

WETTON 021 761 0707

Ghd/cloud9/corioliss and all parlux hairdryer Specialist Contact 079 904 4387/021 371 6406

RONDEBOSCH EAST: R780.000excl 3Beds (2xBics), Passage, Lnge, F/Bath, FK, Laundry, Carport, E/Garden, Encl FRANK 082 827 8421

we accept all credit and debit cards .

SURREY ESTATE: R1 399.000 Reduced To Sell, D/s, 5Beds, S/Lnge, Drm, FFK, Bath, Mes, E/Garden, Encl, 481m MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

KENWYN: R1 300.000 F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Mes, FFK, M/Q, Pool, Garage, Encl, 521m, Solar system YUSUF 082 783 2160

SOLD

WYNBERG: R450.000excl G/Floor Flat with Back Yard, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FK, P/Bay, Very neat MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

WYNBERG: R690.000excl Flat, 3Beds(Bics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl. YUSUF 082 783 2160

PINATI ESTATE: R775.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Drm, Laundry, FFK, Garage, (5xCars), 556m, Encl. SDAVIES 073 773 5723

BELGRAVIA: R700.000excl RONDEBOSCH EAST: R1 999.999 Semi, 2Beds(1xB), Ent.Hall, Lnge, F/Bath, D/s, 5Beds(4xB), 2xLnge, 2xDrm, Sunrm, FFK, Storerm, Carport, Shed, Encl. 2xFFK, 2xJacuzzi, Pool, 2xT/Garage. FRANK 082 827 8421 MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

BONTEHEUWEL: R295.000excl NEWFIELDS ESTATE: R920.000excl HAZENDAL: R699.000excl F/s, 3Beds(2xB), Lnge, Drm, FFK, G/Flat, Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Mes, FK, Mais, 2Beds, Lounge, Family Bathroom, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Carport, Enclosed. Pool, Garage, Carport, Encl, 595m Carport (2xCars), Asbestos Roof, Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027 FRANK 082 827 8421 MARIAM 082 641 2157

Hygiene & Bug’s ‘R’ Us

MOUNTVIEW: R950.000excl F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, Drm, Mes, Kitchen, MQ, Garage, E/Garden, Tiled roof, Encl, 585m. FRANK 082 827 8421

SOLD

OTTERY: R650.000excl Semi, 2Beds(Bics), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Tiled roof, Plot 236m, House 67m. HEATHER 072 374 9801

(Registered PCO & Member of SAPCA)

Guaranteed Effective PEST CONTROL

Fleas

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Crickets

Spiders

Li c e

Rodents, Bedbugs,

OTTERY: R420.000excl PINELANDS: R420.000excl GLEEMORE ESTATE: R1 250.000 Flat, 1Bed(Bics), Mes, FFK, Laundry, Very Flat, Ground Floor, 3Beds (2xB), Lnge, D/s, 5Beds(4xB), Laundry, Garage, Mes, Carport, Kitchen, Encl, Plot 391m. neat, Encl, Elect. Fence, 24 hr security. F/Bath, FK, P/Bay, Very neat, A/Windows. SDAVIES 073 773 5723 NAJWA 082 377 7027 HEATHER 072 374 9801 BRIDGETOWN: R450.000excl NEWFIELDS ESTATE: R1 300.000 F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Walk in Closet, 3xMes, Semi, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK (Defy), Storerm, Garage, Encl, Plot 288m, Blinds. FFK, Sep.Ent, Garage, Carport, 771m AQEELAH 074 042 4168 AQEELAH 074 042 4168

GRASSY PARK: R485.000excl Modern Flat, 2Beds (Bics), LOPFFK, 2xP/Bays, Encl, Close to public transport. FATAANA 072 343 8844

Cockroaches . . .

ATHLONE: R1 250.000 F/s, 3Beds (2xB), Lnge, Drm, Mes, FK, G/Flat, Plot 495m, Carport, Courtyard, Encl SDAVIES 073 773 5723

SOLD

SCHAAPKRAAL: R1 250.000excl Vacant Plot 16 000sqm Approved plans ISHERENE 083 350 2777

MONTAGUS GIFT: R1 300.000excl F/s, 5Beds(3xB), Ent.Hall, Lnge, Drm, 2x Mes, FFK, 3x Garage, Encl, 515m ANTHONY 079 018 7866

BRIDGETOWNE: R650.000excl Semi, 5Beds(3xB), Lounge, Mes, F/Kitchen, F/Bath, Encl, Plot 376m. FAIEZA 082 295 6410 TOP AGENCY FOR THE YEAR 2013 NEDBANK & ABSA

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs

Bird Removal & Proofing “They Bug You We Bug Them!”

Negotiable Commision

For a FREE Quotation Call * Bellville * Cape Town * Claremont * Goodwood * Paarl * Table View * Kraaifontein

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FREE MARKET VALUATIONS BUYING, SELLING & LETTING Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs.

10% Discount for domestic business .

(T’s & C’s apply)

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Pukke outroar Ikeys Tigers LIAM MOSES @LiamCPT

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CT’s Varsity Cup title ambitions were dented in a heavy loss to Pukke at the Green Mile on Monday evening. The Ikey Tigers were thrashed 47-24 in front of a packed crowd and have sunk to the bottom of the log as a result. UCT have appeared in three finals and won the tournament once since its inception in 2008. They are usually considered serious title contenders. But Monday’s performance will have raised questions about their eligibility for the VC crown, as they conceded seven tries and scored just three. From the start whistle Pukke went on the offensive, forcing UCT backwards. But it

was the home side who opened the scoring. UCT won possession inside their half, broke into opposition territory and scored through fullback Ross Jones-Davies, after some neat interplay involving wing Richard Stewart. The Ikeys began to dominate possession after the try and were again most successful on the counter. Wing Liheli Xoli collected a lose ball and raced away down the left, but was forced to send the ball back inside after being caught by the Pukke cover defence. Pukke looked to have rebuffed the counter-attack, but the home side spread the ball right where flank Shaun McDonald took advantage of the overlap and crossed over. The momentum swung Pukke’s way after the try and, after simplifying their play and cutting down on errors, the visitors opened

their account when Juan Language crashed over at the back of a maul. Pukke scored their second try two minutes later, with elusive fullback Sylvian Mahuza breaking from his own half and ghosting past several would-be tacklers to score. The come back was completed in the final minutes of the half, when Mahuza danced round a defender in the 22, despite receiving the ball flat-footed. The respective goalkickers contributed two conversions each, and Pukke went into half-time leading 21-16. UCT were the better starters again in the second half and scored their third try when Jones-Davies chipped over the defence in the 22 and regained possession to dot down. The conversion from Dean Grant saw the Ikeys claim a 24-21 lead, but it was downhill from there for the home side with a four-try

flurry from Pukke wrapping up the game. First lightening quick wing Luther Obi burst down the left to score, then replacement forward Phillip de Wet crashed over, lock Francois Robberts barged into the goal area and forward Daniel Jordaan came off the bench to compete the rout. Pukke captain and scrumhalf Tiaan Dorfling converted just two of the second-half tries. UCT would have hoped to seal a victory in the opening game before taking on traditional rivals and three-time tournament winners Maties in Stellenbosch on Monday. However, they will be encouraged by the Maties shocking 45-29 loss to Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University in Port Elizabeth. Both Cape sides will be looking to set things right on Monday.

COMING IN HOT: Falcons Normies pitcher Nicky Jones winds up for a delivery during a Super League Knockout match against Glenthorne at Turfhall Sports Complex on Sunday. Glenthorne won 7-1.PHOTO:

TOO LATE: Westridge Yankees catcher Allistair Veal (obscured) is late in tagging Grant Thomson of Pirates Softball Club during a men’s softball knockout match at Turfhall Park Sports Complex on Sunday. Pirates won 5-3.

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OPEN BLADE: Rondebosch Cricket Club’s Sean Hendricks hits over mid-wicket during a 1A League match against Victoria Cricket Club at Almar Park on Saturday as wicketkeeper Marco Wyngaard and slip fielder Ryan Daniels look on. PHOTO:

READY TO WALK: Fifteen-year-old Ashiqa Evans (right) and her mother Nazli Evans, from Heideveld, sign up for the Polar Ice Cream Sunshine D 10km Big Walk last Saturday. The event organisers hosted a sign-up event outside Taz Boutique in Gatesville and Voice of the Cape Radio broadcasted live from the scene. The event will take place in Green Point on Sunday 2 March and entries can be completed at www.topevents.co.za. For more information call the Big Walk office on (021) 637 1607. PHOTO: LIAM MOSES

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Monday 10 February

V Kenwyn: Victoria Cricket Club will host a fundraising party at the team’s clubhouse at Chucker Road Sports Complex at 21:00. Entry costs R10. For more information call Firhaan Sulaiman on 082 521 4614.

V Southfield: Tramway FC has started junior training and invites all interested players to attend. Training takes place at the Groenewald Sports Complex, opposite Southfield station, on Mondays and Wednesdays from 17:30 to 18:30. For more information contact Dudley Lewis on 082 797 2677 or dudleylewis@rocketmail.com.

Sunday 9 Feburary V Retreat: Origan Spurs FC will hold its annual meeting at 16 Eighth Avenue. All current former and future members can attend. The club will start pre-season training on Thursday 14 February. Junior practice starts at 16:30, while seniors train at 18:30. All training takes place at the Solo Street sports field. For further

Tuesday 11 February V Rocklands: Red Rovers Football Club will commence junior training at the Rocklands Sports Complex at 17:00. Seniors training has already started and takes place every Tuesday and Thursday at 18:30. New junior and senior

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players are welcome to attend. For more information call Gazza on 074 615 3278 or Gary on 083 415 1074. Saturday 15 February V Lentegeur: Standards United FC will host a registration day for returning players and anyone interested in joining the club at Merrydale Primary School from 09:30 until 14:00. Registration costs R50 for juniors and R100 for senior players. For more information call Ganief Stemmet on 083 395 6115. Sunday 16 February V Rondebosch: Ottomans Cricket Club will host a fundraiser golf day at the Rondebosch Golf Course. There are several sponsorship opportunities available for the day. For more informa-

tion call Zaidah Fredericks on 082 454 6314. V Montana: Primrose RFC will host a golf day at the King David Golf Club at 11:30. For more information or to book call Ebrahim Galant on 072 387 7656. Tuesday 18 February V Bokmakierie: Hazendal United FC will host its annual meeting at Bokmakierie Primary School from 19:30 until 21:30. All members, parents and anyone interested in joining the club are welcome. V Steenberg: Greenwood Athletic FC will host its annual meeting at Floreat Primary School in Flute Lane at 19:30. For more information onthe club or the meeting phone Yusrah Losper on 082 857 7774.


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he Western Province women’s cricket team coach has demanded improvement from his side despite two crushing victories last weekend. WP thrashed Eastern Province by 250 runs on Saturday and beat South Western Districts by 155 runs on Sunday, securing a spot in the semi-finals of the Cricket South Africa Women’s Provincial League. But coach Cobus Roodt believes his side could have won both games by even bigger margins. “We most probably performed at about 75% of our ability. It wasn’t our top form,” he says. “I believe we weren’t as clinical as we could have been in the match against Eastern Province. We could have got to 320 plus runs and bowled them out for even less.” WP posted 285/5 against EP and bowled the visitors out for just 35 on Saturday. They scored 218 all out on Sunday, before bowling out SWD for just 63. On Sunday Roodt rested two of his frontline bowlers in preparation for the final of the tournament, when both players are likely to be away on national duty. He says he expects the replacements to up their performances in the semi-final. “They are more or less there, but it’s a big loss when you lose players to national duty,” he says.

“The main thing we need is slight improvements in consistency in the areas they bowl. Your top bowlers will bowl six good balls in an over, where as they maybe bowl five in an over. That one ball starts to make a difference as the competition gets tougher.” He adds an improved bowling and fielding performance, together with his team’s already excellent batting, will see WP in “good shape”. The bonus point victories against EP and SWD, together with the seven other bonus point victories WP have recorded this season, means WP top the West/East group of the tournament. Depending on how well the winners of the Central and Highveld groups fair, Roodt’s side could well host the semi-final and the final, if they advance that far. WP are the only team to have played all of their group stage matches and will have to wait for the other sides to catch up to find out their semi-final opposition. “The worse part is that we have a month off before we start the semis,” Roodt says. “It’s not an ideal situation as you would want to keep the momentum going. Now we have to sit and wait until the semis on Wednesday 5 March.” Roodt says his side will try and overcome the problem by dividing the squad into two teams and adding a few top club players for internal matches.

LIFTED TO THE BOUNDARY: Western Province’s Lara Goodall plays at a delivery in a women’s inter-provincial 50-over match against South Western Districts in Pinelands on Sunday. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/GALLO IMAGES

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