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LAVENDER HILL: CHILDREN STAY INDOORS

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TAKING COVER: Lavender Hill children have seen their school holidays hampered by gang violence. PHOTO: NEW WORLD FOUNDATION

ome children will return to school for the third term eager to share how they spent their threeweek break. But for Lavender Hill children theirs will be a different story altogether. Many remain behind closed doors for fear of being harmed by ongoing gang violence spiralling out of control. In the most recent spate of violence, two teenagers were shot and killed. Another two have been critically injured and are fighting for their lives in hospital. Clive Jacobs, a community leader, is saddened to see children being exposed to the violence during a period which is meant to be filled with fun and laughter. “It is really sad to see the children in hiding and there (are no activities) for them in our community because people are scared and fear for their lives,” says a fuming Jacobs. He explains that Youth Day (Sunday June 16) was a sign that Lavender Hill was slowly being forgotten as no organisations had run any projects for the youth in the community. This shortfall in planning activities for the children carried through to the school holidays. Jacobs says the sporadic shootings are to blame for the area being neglected. “Nobody has thought of doing anything for the children and I really do feel sorry for them. I have tried to do things for them, but I obviously cannot do things alone,” Jacobs says. “It really hurts me to see that nobody cares about the children. They did not ask to be in this situation, but yet they are neglected and ignored by the public.” Abdul Igshaan Hermanus is a resident that understands the dangers Lavender Hill poses, but also finds it “disgusting” that the public should ignore the community.

He explains that it is “disheartening” to hear about neighbouring community’s having holiday programmes and events to keep the children busy. “Lavender Hill has nothing,” he says. “How can we build a community if nobody even wants to come into our area? How can we expect our children to remain positive and become educated if nobody else cares? How must our children feel knowing nobody cares about them?” Hermanus hosted a mini-street soccer tournament for the youth. Of his own volition, he randomly urged children to attend and participate. However, he feels this is merely scratching the surface and more is needed. “Yes, coming into our community is a risk, but would you rather risk having an event or risk the chance of that child straying off the path and becoming part of the very thing (gangs) that you fear?” Hermanus asks. Kevin Southgate, chairperson for the Steenberg Community Police Forum (CPF), says the lack of activities for children and skills development programmes are of major concern for the CPF. “We held meetings in the past with the Department of Community Safety about this matter and this was one of the issues which had been raised by people in the community,” he says. Although Southgate applauded the efforts of some organisations currently struggling to make inroads, he remains adamant that help is desperately needed. He says organisations are doing “a sterling job”, but they are unable to sustain their projects due to the lack of funding. “There is nothing happening in our community and our children are suffering. They are being deprived of having a better future,” Southgate says. He now calls on government officials to “help the people of Lavender Hill”.

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Register today Enrolment for 2014 at Heathfield Preschool Centre is now open. The school accepts children from four months to six years. Phone Zelda or Juanita on (021) 712 0401 or email hpsc.ct@gmail.com for more information.

Charity shop appeal The NGO Animal Rescue Organisation (ARO) has opened a third charity shop and is appealing for all unwanted items. The organisation will accept all unwanted gifts, bric-a-brac, clothing, furniture, kiddies toys, clothes and other quality saleable items. Donations to the charity shop helps ARO continue their work. To arrange for collection call Julia on (021) 396 5511 or email aro@animalrescue.org.za.

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For five years she has been part of a lift club, but can no longer afford this “luxury”. “It was either give up the wheels or give up the necessities,” she says. “And while travelling by train is most of the time quite unreliable and in no way glamorous, it is easy on the pay cheque.” Brett Herron, the Mayoral Committee member for Transport, urges motorists to consider using public transport wherever possible, or to walk or cycle to take the sting out of the fuel price hike. “The cost of travelling on public transport is a fraction of the cost of running a private vehicle. Another consideration is that public transport costs increase only once a year – not whenever there is a rise in the price of fuel,” Herron says. The capacity of the current road and transport infrastructure is under increasing pressure, resulting in longer peak periods, worsening congestion and wasting valuable time in traffic, Herron explains. “Public transport really is the way of the future – it is much cheaper, less stressful, and more environmentally-friendly than travelling by car. It is a crucial factor in building a sustainable Cape Town and helping to increase the liveability of the city.”

Spend 67 minutes at Douglas Murray For one day in July the world stops to consider doing good for others in honour of former president Nelson Mandela. In a pro-active step, the Douglas Murray Home for the Aged in Retreat has put together a comprehensive needs list to assist individuals or organisations. CEO Fred Daniels says this is an “exciting yet very busy time as we have for the past few years benefited from the goodwill and charity of others on Mandela Day”. He adds: “Already a number of individuals and organisations have confirmed they will have selected the home to be their Mandela Day beneficiary for 2013 – for which we are extremely grateful. The Home is struggling financially and has very limited resources to provide adequately for the needs of the 80 frail and elderly residents in our care.” Daniels appeals to “all our friends and supporters” to make the Home the beneficiary of their Mandela Day focus this year. He says they welcome support on the actual day (Thursday 18 July) or any other day this month. “All we ask is that, if you

are planning on coming to the Home, that you book your timeslot in advance to help us plan and coordinate better.” You can assist the Home through donations of cash or material support; volunteer your services; assist with grooming residents including hairdressing and shaving of beards; assist with making of beds, cleaning rooms and facilities; feeding of frail residents; cook and prepare a meal at your home and deliver it to the Home; prepare a meal in the Home kitchen and serve it to the residents; do minor maintenance repair work at the Home; assist with cleaning grounds and gardens; and read stories to the residents or provide some entertainment. You can also donate dried foods, groceries, cleaning materials, personal products (adult diapers and toiletries), and fresh produce (meat, vegetables and fruit). Alternatively, donate second-hand products, clothing and furniture for resale through the Home’s charity shop. V Go to http://www.mandeladay.com/calendar/ event/save­the­douglas­murray­home to view events.


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RESIDENTS’ APPEAL: BLOCK OFF ESCAPE ROUTE

Fence in ‘gateway for crooks’ TAURIQ HASSEN

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eathfield residents are calling on the City of Cape Town to fence in a strip of land known to the community as a “gateway for criminals”. The area, on Tonbridge Avenue, is a wellknown escape route for criminals , say residents, adding that five houses have been burgled during which small items were stolen. Alfredo Roman, a resident, says he will continue to appeal to the City of Cape Town to introduce precautionary measures. “This is an ongoing problem because that field is heavily used by pedestrians as well as criminals. There need to be some access control, but we really don’t know what to do anymore,” he says. Roman explains that the area has experienced a slight increase in crime. “When criminals commit these crimes, they head straight for this field and into 4th Avenue where they eventually just disappear. “Quite a few people have already been burgled and everybody knows that the field is the escape route,” he says. Michelle Muller says a relative was robbed metres from the field’s entrance. In pursuing the suspect, she says they found the bag with all its contents littered across the field – the cellphone and cash missing. “I can’t understand why it is still standing open because everybody in this community knows that this field serves no purpose and actually just creates more problems for the people living here,” Muller says. The mother of three says she understands that one cannot force pedestrians not to pass

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UNSECURED: The Heathfield community claim this opening is mainly used by criminals either accessing or escaping from the area. They are now calling on the City of Cape Town to consider erecting a fence. PHOTO: TAURIQ HASSEN through the area, but wishes to make it clear that not only pedestrians use the pathway across the field. Dumping and sand blowing into the area are also on the list of concerns. Residents hope a fence will put an end ttheir list ofd worries. Sharna Fernandez is the chairperson of the Sector 1 Forum, which incorporates the HeathWatch Neighbourhood Watch.

She says this is a “major problem for the community”. From illegal dumping to robberies, the route seems to be a cause for problems in a community that has been relatively quiet over the years. “We have seen an influx of criminals in recent times and there have been a lot more petty crimes, like people’s gates being stolen. It seems like all fingers are pointing to-

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wards this field and something must be done to resolve this matter,” she says. But ward councillor Jan Burger has ruled out the possibility of having a fence installed as the area is zoned as Public Open Space (POS). He also states that a lack of funding will not allow for a fence to be put up on the land. Cost is also a factor. Burger says erecting a fence on that land will cost the City nearly R60 000. “If residents believe that putting up a fence on the land will prevent criminals from escaping from the area, then I seriously do believe they have to rethink this situation,” Burger says. He also does not see the “logic” behind the idea of fencing off the field and was not in favour of the idea. “People have been walking over there for the past 30 to 40 years. I can’t just go and close it up because then it means that whole area has to be fenced off,” Burger says. He is, however, looking to install a fence and some pedestrian lights on a pathway that runs from Roscommon to Waterford roads after similar concerns about pickpocketing had been received. “I am currently still discussing this idea, but there is a real need for that in this area because of the number of people using that pathway. I don’t see how a fence will benefit residents in Tonbridge Avenue. The residents must understand that they cannot get everything they request,” he adds.

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SOCCER PLAN: TAPPING INTO LOCAL TALENT

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FOCUSED: Ashlynne Hendrickse watches the juniors in training at the Ashford Football Club in Heathfield last week. PHOTOS: TAURIQ HASSEN

WATCHING CLOSELY: Growing in Sport works with up and coming coaches and sports stars. Some juniors are being guided through a soccer drill and fine-tuning their passing abilities.

WORKING HARD: The juniors along with their respective coaches were hard at work during the soccer clinic at the Ashford Football Club last week.

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from Monday to Thursday from 09:00 to 15:00. All are welcome to attend. Contact Alphonso on 082 686 3416 or (021) 837 1144. Thursday 18 July Friday 12 July V Steenberg: Derek Burns Music Ministry will host praise and worship bands Aldersgate, Wesley, St Andrews, Love Divine, Simorens, Good Shepherd and St Dominoue in a gospel music extravaganza at St Andrew’s Anglican Church hall, on the corner of Basson and Botma streets, at 19:30. Admission is R30 for adults and R15 for children under 12. Phone Mercia on 073 129 3896, Vanessa on 078 150 6355, Ronnie on 071 918 2182 or Clive on 083 778 1454. Sunday 14 July V Steenberg: The Christian Benevolent Society will start its home-based care training at the Steenberg Seventh Day Adventist Church, 52 Coniston Avenue in Coniston Park. Sunday classes will start this week and week day classes start on Monday 15 July. The training is

V Rondebosch: The SPCA will host their 135th annual meeting at Belmont Square, Belmont Road at 16:30. Contact Claudia Kocks on (021) 700 4157 or pa@spca-ct.co.za. Saturday 3 August V Retreat: To celebrate Women’s Month, Douglas Murray Home for the Aged will host a breakfast starting at 09:30 at St Mary’s Church in Retreat Road. The focus will be to celebrate women that have gone before us in shaping our families, communities and country. Many of these women were wives, mothers and housewives. Some may have been prevented from pursuing their dreams, but ensured that their children knew that they could achieve anything. They may not have voiced their protests on the big political stage but have been instrumental in shaping our country from their homes. For tickets, at R50, contact Gregory Sirmongpong on (021) 712 2146.


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Pensioners easy target for crooks TASMIN CUPIDO Their measly monthly pension is barely enough make ends meet. And now elderly persons are allegedly being conned of their pensions by brazen thieves. Kirstenhof police spokesperson Constable Sandy Wilson says three cases of theft were reported by pensioners last week. She adds that a number of cases were also reported in June. “Most of the reported cases have the same modus operandi,” Wilson says. “Once the pensioners draw their pensions and they exit the pay point, they are lured by a trail of cash on the ground. They follow this trail and are met by the alleged thieves. “Some even throw cash in the air, telling the pensioners to look at all the money.” The pensioners are then “somehow” persuaded to follow the con artists to quieter areas, where they are asked and convinced to hand over their pension. “They claim they need to see the money and hand the victims a brown envelope containing newspaper cuttings of money,” Wilson says. “Some of the elderly victims have also been told a bank had been robbed and the perpetrators ask them to hand over their cash to check the serial numbers. They are then also handed brown envelopes.” Wilson says the incidents took place at various pay points in the precinct. “The victims are desperate, because they are struggling financially. The little that they get monthly doesn’t cover the monthly expenses,” she says. “They are naïve and would do anything for a extra money.” Wilson encourages pensioners to always take someone reliable with them when going to draw their pension. “Pensioners should always be aware of their surroundings and should not stop for anyone after they have drawn their pension,” she said.

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t may be a form of socialising, but afterwork drinking with colleagues has its own pitfalls. For factory worker Johan Abraham Hollenburg (47) it had dire consequences. Hollenburg was murdered during an altercation on Friday 14 June. After a long day at work, Hollenburg and some colleagues decided to unwind with a few beers on the side of the road. But things quickly turned ugly. His close friend, Jo-Anne Ceasar, says the group was joined by men from a nearby factory, who were allegedly also drinking. Matters came to a head and Hollenburg was badly beaten and died of his injuries. He is believed to have been kicked in the head several times by men wearing steeltipped boots. “It is really sad, but the message is quite clear: if Johan just returned home to his family this could have all been avoided and he would still be with us today,” says Ceasar, with a heavy heart. She says the sight of factory workers gathering to drink on the side of the road is an all too familiar sight with dangerous and deadly repercussions. “You will hear them fighting among each other, arguing and making threats.

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Meetings to end crime? SHANI RHODA The crime rate in Cape Town remains a major concern. Residents are faced with endless social ills and police are constantly bombarded with complaints from citizens. Provincial Minister for Community Safety Dan Plato has announced that 25 public meetings will be held over the next

six months to address crime. These meetings will act as a platform for community safety structures and residents to voice their concerns and offer solutions in a bid to address the problem. People’s Post took to the streets to find out whether residents think these meetings would be effective in curbing crime. V Share your views. Starting with the word “Post” SMS your comments to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

BERNHARD FRANK believes government’s words need to be supported by firm action. “They need to translate their promises into services. The meetings will only be good if there are results.”

VASHTI VISSER thinks the community needs to work closely with the government to reduce this scourge. “I think that by reporting crime and forming neighbourhood watches, we can assist in the crime reduction.”

ROCHEN TURNER believes the meetings will be effective in reducing crime. “Many people are not aware that if somebody talks about it, it could make a positive contribution.”

LINDA VISSER thinks the meetings are a step in the right direction. “More severe punishment needs to be enforced. The government needs to cleanse its own system before focusing on crime.”

MICAELA JOOSTE says people are losing faith in the government. “These meetings are a political ploy because nothing is being done to address complaints.”

KIRSHIN ABRAHAMS suspects the meetings may be a political move. “The elections are coming up and I think it is just a way for the government to gain people’s support.”

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local artist hopes his tunes can drive away proposed plans to build a shopping centre at the Princess Vlei heritage site. Emile Jansen, aka Emile YX?, from Grassy Park teamed up with the group Mixed Mense which comprises of youths from Lavender Hill. Eight years ago, Jansen started working with the children through another project called Heal the Hood. “The world must know about local government’s horrible intention to build a shopping mall on the edge of the wetland, just when the world is about to be faced with the biggest water shortage yet,” Jansen says. The song Save Princess Vlei – No Mall has already been a major hit across Cape Town drawing people to the Facebook page and links of the proposed plans. He explains that legend has it the vlei was named for a Khoi princess who was abducted and raped by the Portuguese and taken into a cave at Elephant’s Eye, which is situated in the mountains above the Cape Flats (at Silvermine). “It is said she cried so much that her tears formed the wetlands of the area,” Jansen says. The proposed development by Insight Property Developers is expected to comprise a 9090m2 shopping mall and a 100m2 taxi rank, leaving only a 30m buffer strip from the vlei’s shore for recreational purposes. It has been a hard-fought battle between the owners of the land, the City of Cape Town, provincial Department of Environmental Affairs and Development Planning and opposing parties since the revelation of the plans more than 15 years ago. The first of its kind in a chain of wetlands running through Grassy Park, Princess Vlei is relatively small. “We cannot allow them to win,” says the determined hip hop superstar. Jansen, originally of Black Noise fame, has been in the hip hop genre for more than 30 years. “This is a learning process I am taking these youths through in a way of healing their heads about themselves,” he says. Phillip Bam, Grassy Park resident and founder member of the Princess Vlei Forum (PVF), explains that the forum was es-

tablished to spearhead the fight against the mall. They also helped formulate the vision of the vlei as a “living asset for present and future generations. The forum might now have to raise R1.5m to fight provincial government to stop the development. “The vlei is more than the water; the vlei is more than the vegetation around it. The vlei has a soul. It gives expression to our souls and to what we believe in,” he says. Bam praised the work Jansen and others have been doing to save the vlei. “We are very grateful for people like Emile for using their expertise to raise awareness of the value of the vlei,” he says. “Their contribution is really valuable towards the cause.” The Princess Vlei debacle has attracted much attention with numerous petition campaigns, protests and events to raise awareness held in a valiant effort to save the environmental space. A proposal for a community-driven design process to re-imagine the space at Princess Vlei also made the shortlist for inclusion in the World Design Capital (WDC) 2014 Official Programme. The proposal, called Imagine Princess Vlei, will look to transform the vlei into an urban nature park that will build bridges between past, present and future identities. The WDC 2014 programme manager Jenni Kruger says the team of curators, led by Paul Duncan, was completely engrossed throughout the submission process, ensuring that all projects got the attention they deserved. “With the guidance and support of the WDC 2014 International Advisory Council, we identified projects that will fit in with the requirements of the 2014 programme,” Kruger says. “We are looking forward to the second round of submissions and we’re looking for gold.” The second call for submissions, which opened on Monday 1 July, will run until Wednesday 31 July. Jansen will be celebrating his 45th birthday by inviting the public to join him on a walk around Princess Vlei on Saturday 20 July from 10:00 until 15:00. V To hear the song, visit http://www.reverbna­ tion.com/play_now/song_16407857. You can also vis­ it the Facebook page and visit the Princess Vlei web­ site at http://princessvlei.org/.


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It has become a familiar and accepted sight, one which passes with nary significance every Tuesday before the dreaded fuel price hike kicks in. That’s when drivers line up bumper-to-bumper at petrol stations to fill up ahead of the petrol price hike the first Wednesday of that month. The media has ad nauseum given tips on how to beat the fuel price hikes. Drivers are encouraged to take public transport, from trains and taxis to Rikkis, car pooling and even cycling or walking. And, for those resilient drivers who have been able to continue using their cars to work, here’s fair warning: there’s another fuel price hike on the cards for next month. It’s a leap and you may well want to investigate how you can institute some of those tips. The next increase due on Wednesday 7 August is reported to be 61c. And it will hit your pocket hard as it erodes your disposable income. With the petrol price after this month’s already steep 84c increase standing at R12.86, the new price hike will bring the cost of a litre of petrol to R13.47. The department of energy attributes the fuel increase to the weak rand and international crude oil prices. Even so, South Africa is reportedly in a middle ground when it comes to fuel cost extremes. Using the exchange rate as at Thursday 20 June, when US$1 = R10.23, one newspaper survey found that the petrol price in South Africa was the 40th most expensive among the countries investigated. At the time petrol cost R13.23 a litre. Venezuela was the cheapest, at 11c a litre, while the US, in 51st place, charged R9.51c a litre. The most expensive country to fill up was Turkey. Drivers there paid R26.97 for a litre of petrol. Other European countries also exceeded the R20 a litre bracket. Drivers here may argue that the incomes of this developing nation do not compare favourably with those of European countries. Brace yourselves.

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Empty flats should have been allocated Regarding your story (“Empty flats a drug haven”, People’s Post, 4 June). A number of people went for these flats after the former tenants informed the council office about leaving the premises, at which time those houses were in perfect condition. The City of Cape Town Council Housing Office refused to give the Selkirk flat to an elderly lady (among other people) who asked for a transfer from upstairs because of her illness and disability. The housing office then left the flat unoccupied for weeks, giving scoundrels and gangsters the opportunity to strip these flats to every last screw they could get their hands on and using it as a hide-out. Only then the housing office wanted to offer it to several people who refused, considering the state these premises were in. This vandalism should not have happened in the first place because there are too many families without homes and on the waiting

list. But the City depends on tax payers’ money to restore the vandalised homes, which would not have been necessary if they arranged for tenants to occupy these flats as soon as the others left. They knew exactly and beforehand when the people were leaving. Angry resident The response, in part, from Tandeka Gqada, Mayoral Committee member for Human Settlement, City of Cape Town: Once the necessary repairs have been done, the applicants who have been allocated these units will take occupation. The City has received complaints about the units being vandalised and used by gangsters for illegal activities. The Area Housing Manager acted on a report received on Wednesday 6 March that the lawful occupant had vacated 22 De Waal Court, Lavender Hill. On inspection, he discovered the dwelling

Flats were ‘not abandoned’

Clive Jacobs has given the Retreat edition of People’s Post wrong information and I am very upset when I read the article (“Empty flats a drug haven”, People’s Post, 4 June). I was a resident at 44 Selkirk Court for 27 years and would like to set the story straight. The Retreat Rent Office has been informed twice that we would be moving and they did nothing. Many interested people came knocking at our door while we were in that place. We advised them to give their details to the Rent Office so that when we move out who-

ever’s name was given in would get the place. So they are to blame for leaving 44 Selkirk Court vacant after they have been told twice of us moving. The place was never abandoned and left in a state when we lived there. Anthea Prince Clive Jacobs, community leader, responds: The previous week prior to the article, another newspaper viewed those houses. I never gave the people’s specific addresses as I was informed by people within that

Ex­tenant adhered to council rules Referring to your article “Empty flats a drug haven” (People’s Post, 4 June). I was both dismayed and shocked at your statement regarding the previous tenant of Selkirk Court in Lavender Hill who allegedly “abandoned” the apartment. This is a blatant lie as the previous tenant was my sister who did everything a decent housewife would do to keep her place neat and tidy.

She adhered to the instructions staff at the Retreat Rent Office gave her as what to do when vacating a council-owned house. She went to them and informed them she had bought a house and that she was moving in due course. The guilty party in this matter is the Council who should have “filled the gap” as soon as the place became available. Her late husband spent a huge sum of money on having the place safeguarded by install-

was occupied by unknown persons whom the community later advised were gangsters. The property was cleared of the occupants and the unit barricaded on Tuesday 14 May. This property has been allocated twice, with the first applicant refusing the offer. The second applicant accepted and is awaiting repairs to be done to take occupation. The tenant at 44 Selkirk Court, Lavender Hill informed the Retreat Housing Office on Friday 22 February that she has vacated the flat, which was later barricaded. A number of applicants were offered this vacancy, but refused, with the last applicant stating he was threatened with a firearm. The barricading was removed, but the unit was further vandalised. At a later stage an applicant accepted the offer to move in to 44 Selkirk Court and is now awaiting the finalisation of repairs.

court with regards to the vacant open rental stock. I also never commented much in the article as I gave the reporter instructions to call the housing office. I really never identified house numbers or tenants’ names because I also never knew that those houses were vacant. But the people in that court had a problem with it so please be as angry as you can get. It was not my information that led to this. I really don’t care what people do with their rental stock because it creates injustice and lots of drama. I won’t accept such negativity towards me. Confront the housing office. ing burglar bars and gates which she left for the new tenants. Instead, due to their lack of interest in their duties, it gave scum the opportunity to vandalise and sell the steel to feed their dirty habit as they had over enough time to do so. What good came out of barricading up the place as this just increased the monetary value of their takings? I sincerely hope proper investigation would be done before reporting on an incident. Karl Lester Terry


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eventually. It’s very easy to lose hope, but if you have the drive you will believe e’s bold, dynamic and that it will all come together is pumping fresh flain the end,” Ricketts exvour into the local muplains. sic industry. This artist is keen to sign Born and raised in Athwith a record label, but says lone, Jarrad Ricketts has it has to be for the right reabeen making waves on radio sons. with his latest single, Stay. “I have been doing everyThe song is all about the thing on my own thus far point one reaches before and I will only sign if someending a relationship, but one can offer me what I can’t this artist is everything but do for myself,” he says. heartbroken as he makes his Known to his family as way in the industry as an unquite the prankster, Ricksigned artist. etts says he would not have He has reached national SHINING STAR: Jarrad status with his singles Dis- Rickett. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET been able to fight his way through the challenges missed and Stay, both prowithout the help of his family. “My mother duced by Moeneeb Galant. Some will remember Ricketts from his has been a driving force in my career.” It was during his days at Rhodes High days in boy band Prodigé. His sound has evolved and he has now taken to the stage that he realised music could be his future. “I was always involved in music, but I as a solo artist, penning his own music. His new music with its slick pop sound never thought of it as a career until my later is nothing like the “bubblegum pop” he teen years.” This rising star is expected to release his once sang. Ricketts has a passion for music that has pulsed through his veins since ear- first Extended Play (EP), a musical recordly childhood. He started singing in the ing that contains more music than a single, church choir at the age of eight and entered but is too short to qualify as a full studio album, in August. many local talent competitions. “My sound is still very experimental and While he did not win many of these competitions, it merely fuelled his hunger for that is why an EP is better suited at this stage of my career.” the stage. When asked about the growing music Growing up in a musically inclined family, the 26-year-old knew that singing and scene in Cape Town, Ricketts admitted that the industry is very competitive and satuperforming was to be his future. Ricketts was born with the music gene – rated with talented artists. “You have to offer your audience somehis father plays the guitar and an older sisthing unique if you wish to stand out,” he ter plays the saxophone. Being an unsigned artist is a not for the says. However, artists have a bigger responsifaint-hearted, he says. “I have been done over by fly-by-night bility other than just releasing music. “We as local artists have a big responsirecord deals. And there have been many days where I have wanted to throw in the bility to cultivate upliftment. We need to be towel. But I always say that while it may accessible to our audience,” Ricketts mainstorm for ages, the sun has to come out tains.

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SPECIALISING HANGING DOORS Phone Mr M Harris 021 392 2894, 073 2933 952

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Plumbers ALL PLUMBING, good ref.. 076 124 4713 Plumbing ­ Elect ­ Drains R125 p/hr. Ph 021­703 0906

1145

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

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

TILING + Lam. flrs. R40 p/m (084 978 9175

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Hazendal 1.5 million neg 3 beds, walk in closet, fitted kitchen, lounge, d/room, f/bathroom, pool, driveway and parking - 5 cars Call Lucinda on 082 936 2849 Ground floor flat in Ottery – R485 000 2 beds with BIC, b/room, FFK, open plan lounge, yard space front & back, tiled throughout. Call Lucinda on 082 936 2849 Zhauns Corner, Unit 5, Albert Road, Lansdowne

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would like to wish all our Muslim readers a blessed Ramadaan Mubarak

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THE NIYAAT OF FASTING IS: Nawaitu Sauma-Ghadin An-Adaai Fardi-Ramadana, Ha-Thee-His Sanati, Li-la-Hi Ta'Aala “I intend to fast for the coming day in order to perform my duty towards Allah in the month of Ramadaan in the present year” NIYAAT FOR BREAKING FAST IS: Alla-Humma Laka-Sumtu Wa'ala Rizqi ka aftar-Tu “Oh Allah, for Thy Glory have I fasted, and now I break the Fast with food that cometh from Thee” ALLAH SAYS IN THE HOLY QUR’AAN Surah 11 - Ayat 185 Ramadaan is the (month) in which was sent down The Qur’aan, as a guide to mankind, also clear (Signs) for guidance and judgment (between right and wrong) So every one of you who is present (at his home) during that month, should spend it in fasting, but if any one is ill, or on a journey, the prescribed period (should be made up) by days later. Allah intends every facility for you, He does not want to put you to difficulties. (He wants you) to complete the prescribed period, and to Glorify Him in that He has guided you, and perchance ye shall be grateful.

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We convey our best wishes to all those who are fasting during this holy month of Ramadaan. We hope and pray this blessed experience will enrich you spiritually and will enhance your physical and mental well being. May the Almighty shower his choicest blessings on you during this blessed month Insha-Allah.


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MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250

SELLERS Has your mandate expired & you need a new agent & company to sell your property? Are you looking to list your home with a reputable agent with affordable commision structure? Are you in arrears with bank & need to sell?

COLORADO (2 Large Double Storeys + Pool ) R995 000

Neat property close to Mosque. Main House: 4 Bedrooms, bics, en-suite, spacious lounge & dining room, beautiful fully fitted kitchen, downstairs shower & toilet, trelidoor bars on windows, aluminium window frame. Second House: Upstairs:3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge,bathroom. Downstairs: 1 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Rental income from Second House is R6000.00 per month. Enclosed, Carport, Garage +++ Sparkling Pool.

GRASSY PARK / LOTUS RIVER R599 000

STRANDFONTEIN ONLY R429 000

VANGUARD VILLAS ONLY R429 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.

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

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

If YES for ANY of the above, SMS or CALL

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CLAREMONT: R839.000excl Stunning Ground Floor Flat, 2Beds(Bics), Ent. Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, FK, P/Bay, Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027

SURREY ESTATE: R365.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xB), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl RIYARD 083 420 8989

OTTERY: R650.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Garage. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

KENWYN: R1 495.000excl F/s, 4Beds(Bics), Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Encl, 2x Mes, Laundry, Pool, D/Garage, Carport SHEREENA 072 435 4085

LANSDOWNE: R1 175.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lnge + Drm, F/Bath, FFK, G/Flat (3Beds, LOPK, F/Bath), Encl. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

WYNBERG: R449.999neg Flat, 2Beds(1xB), Ent.Hall, Lnge, Drm, FK, Mes, P/Bay, Encl, Tiled roof. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

KENWYN: R650.000excl Semi, 2Beds(1xBics), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Garage, Encl, 129m. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

LOTUS RIVER: R239.900excl Vacant Plot 468m. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

PINELANDS: R439.999excl Modern Flat, 1Beds(Bics), Lnge, Laundry, FFK, DSTV, P/Bay, Encl, 24 hr Security. NAJWA 082 377 7027

NEWFIELD VILLAGE: R269.999excl Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Parking(1xCar), Encl. AQEELAH 074 042 4168

ZEEKOEVLEI: R1,190.000excl F/s, 4Beds, 2xLnge, 2xDrm, 2xOPFK, D/Garage + G/Flat (2Beds, FFK), 868m. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

PRIMROSE PARK: R930.000excl F/s, Beds(2xB), Lnge, Drm, Laundry, G/Flat, Garage, Encl, Solar Geyser. YUSUF 082 783 2160

MAITLANDS: R385.000excl Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, P/Bay, Balcony, Very neat, Encl, L/Floors, B/Bars. NAJWA 082 377 7027

GRASSY PARK: R249.000neg Flat, 2Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, FK, Encl, Flat size 52m. FREDELENE 078 551 0906

WETTON: R900.000excl F/standing, 3Beds (Bics), Lounge, F/Bath, FK, G/Flat, MQ, Encl, 356m. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

LANSDOWNE: R599.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge cum Kitchen, Parking Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

STEENBERG: R495.000excl 4Beds(Bics), Lnge cm Drm, 2x F/Bath, FK, Laundry, Braai, Carport, F/Encl, Dble/Gates NAZEEMA 073 924 4460

PELIKAN PARK: R609.950excl F/s, 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Garage, Encl, 424m, Braai, Ent. Area. SAEEDA 083 519 4159

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

HAZENDAL: R1,100.000 F/s, 4Beds(2xB), FFK, G/Flat + W/hse, Pool, 535m, 5xCars, Encl, F/paved. MARIAM 082 641 2157

WOODLANDS PARK: R1 395.000 neg F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, Mes, FFK, Pool, T/Garage, Ent.Area with Jetmaster, 554m. NAJWA 082 377 7027

SURREY ESTATE: R1,299.000excl Well maintained, 4Beds(3xB), FFK, 2x Mes, TVrm, D/Garage + More. SHEREENA 072 435 4085

FAIRWAYS: R1,175.000 F/s, 4Beds(2xB), Lounge, FFK, G/Flat, Pool, Garage, 496m, Encl. SALAAMAH 083 670 9668

RONDEVLEI ONLY R380 000

KHAYALITSHA R520 000

NEW TAFELSIG ONLY R289 000

NEW EASTRIDGE R299 000

2 Beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, bars, security gates, Garage Facade

KHAYALITSHA BONGWENI Free-Standing large 3 bedrooms, en-suite, lounge + dining room, fitted kitchen, family bathroom, double garage, large 500m² plot.

Extended 4 bedrooms, en-suite (with bath), lounge, kitchen, family bathroom, enclosed, carport for 3 cars.

NEWLY RENOVATED: Large 3 beds, lounge, bathroom, fully fitted kitchen, long drive-way + Garage.

BEACON VALLEY ONLY R249 000

ROCKLANDS R350 000

2 BEDROOM HOME. LOUNGE, KITCHEN, BATHROOM. (TAMBO ROAD) 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed. If your combined wages of approx. R7000 per month you could buy this house.

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs

GUGULETHU R350 000

CLOSE TO KAPTEINSKLIP STATION 2 Bedrooms, Lounge + Dining Room, Fitted Kitchen, Bathroom, Enclosed.

URGENTY NEED PROPERTIES FOR MY APPROVED BUYERS IN ALL AREAS INCLUDING OTTERY, GRASSY PARK, SOUTHFIELD, MITCHELLS PLAIN AND ATHLONE. PLEASE CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY 083 482 4250

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ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503

Negotiable Commision

PORTLANDS R495 000

EASTRIDGE R280 000

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

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

NEW WOODLANDS R339 000

BEACON VALLEY ONLY R240 000

HANOVER PARK R439 000

CONISTON PARK R679 000

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 Sellers 5. Free Will’s drawn up, Ordinary as well as Shariah Compliant 6. Free Property related Advice

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

Selling Masterpieces in Every Area. AGENT: ASHRAAF 072-186 0724

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Growing from strength to strength The world’s most respected name in realty, now in your area.

3 beds, fitted kitchen, lounge, freestanding

Large 3 beds,lounge + dining room, 4 beds (2 bics) + walk-in closet, mes, spacious fully fitted kitchen,bathroom fitted ktichen, tiled lounge, garage for 3 + Garage +++ Separate Entrance. cars, large grounds, freestanding

TAFELSIG R299 000

3 beds, laminated floors, fully-fitted 3 beds (bics), fitted kitchen, tiled 3 beds,lounge,kitchen,bathroom kitchen, spacious tiled lounge, open lounge, family bathroom, fully enclosed carport. Enclosed.If your combined fire-place, tiled bathroom with shower, large grounds wages is approx. R7800.00 per month garage (potential seperate entrance) you could buy this house. freestanding

NEED AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST AND EFFICIENTLY? CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503

WESTRIDGE R1.5 M

CLOSE TO FIRE STATION

Large 9 bedroom double-story (bics) with main-en-suite, fitted kitchen, spacious lounge (knotty pine ceiling) seperate diningroom, family bathroom, garage facade, enclosed yard +++ sparkling pool KHAYELITSHA R399 000

TAFELSIG ONLY R220 000

EASTRIDGE ONLY R289 000

3 beds, 2 bathrooms, fitted kitchen, lounge on large 305 sqm grounds

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

Newly painted 3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and drive-way

Are you thinking of selling!

Call any agent for a no obligation,

Free Market Valuation

Claremont Office : 021 - 673 1240 * ssho@sothebysrealtyss.co.za Each office is independently owned and operated.

GRASSY PARK R639 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 CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE TODAY 082 673 1503

NEED AN AGENT TO SELL YOUR HOUSE FAST AND EFFICIENTLY? CALL ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503


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OTTERY/ATHLONE 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 WYNBERG PENLYN ESTATE R499 000 neg R429 000 neg

WETTON R925 000 neg

OTTERY R625 000 neg PAM DAMON

BASIL WEAVER

GRAHAM CLASSEN

Cosy 2 Bedroom Cottage in secure complex

Fully secured Modern family home

2 Bedroom Flat in secure complex

DONNIVAN DE MINK 083 261 2770

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GRAHAM CLASSEN 083 741 4953

WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308

LOOKING TO SELL?

TO LET IN GRASSY PARK R9 000 neg

TO LET CRAWFORD R7 400 neg

TO LET PENLYN ESTATE R11 000

Priced to Sell!

WAYNE STADLER

Call PAM DAMON ON 073 344 9161 for a free market related valuation and free bond assistance

first homes

GRASSY PARK The Avenues on 6th Ave. Choice of three, 2 bedroom flats. Bic’s. Fully fitted kitchen. Lounge. Garden. R450 000 ZEEKOEVLEI On the Peninsula. Large plot in a good position. Access to water and nature reserve. Last vacant plot on the peninsula.

Let us market your property PEDRO VISAGIE

GRASSY PARK Bargain. Large home & \granny flat. Good position. 3 Large bedrooms. Bic’s. Family bathroom. Big fully fitted kitchen. Lounge & dining room. Garage. R799 000

Modern 3Beds with grannyflat Avial: Immediately

Spacious 4 Bedroom family home, alarm,garage Avail: 1Aug

ANDREA LOVELL 083 536 7206

ANDREA LOVELL 083 536 7206

Comfort and luxury teamed with style Avail: Immediately

ANDREA LOVELL 083 536 7206

ZEEKOEVLEI Face-brick home. Reduced to sell. 3 Large Bedrooms. Bic’s. Family bathroom. Big FF kitchen. Lounge/dining room. double garage on large plot. R950 000

ZEEKOEVLEI Boat Rd in leafy setting. Neat. 3 Bedrooms. Bic’s. FF kitchen. Lounge/dining room. Garage. Large plot. R1 200 000 ZEEKOEVLEI Bargain! Bargain! Bargain! Modern face-brick home in pristine condition. 3 Bedrooms. Bic’s. Main en-suite & family bathroom. FF granite-topped mahogany kitchen. Lounge. Dining room. 2 Large garages. Swimming pool plus entertainment area. R995 000 NADIAS 1 - 09 07 13 1CB1P75

For these and more please call NADIA on 083 654 4234 or MICKAEEL 082 216 4269 or our office on 021 706 8197

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NEW RELEASE GRASSY PARK

Prime - R850 000 3 Beds, lounge, dining room, m.e.s. bathroom, separate entrance, 1 bed, kitch, bath, lounge, bic in rooms double garage & grounds.

NEW RELEASE

NOT SELLING JUST A HOUSE, BUT A LIFESTYLE! ZEEKOEVLEI

Waterfront - R1 850 000 Double-Story on 900 m² plot on the waterfront looks can be deceiving. Fully fitted kitchen, upstairs open plan that could utilitized for another 3 beds, or entertainment area with underfloor heating and plus 2 existing rooms many more xtras!

ZEEKOEVLEI

Prime - R1.5 Million 3 Beds, lounge, dining room, m.e.s. bathroom, separate entrance, 1 bed, kitch, bath, lounge, bic in rooms double garage & grounds.

NEW RELEASE

NEW RELEASE

NEW RELEASE

Klip Road - R1.2 Million 3 Beds, lounge, dining room, m.e.s. bathroom, big grounds lots of potential! GREAT HOUSE FOR BIG FAMILY!

2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay, automated gates, close to all amenities. GREAT INVESTMENT!

Mansions - R420 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay automated gates, close to all amenities, GREAT INVESTMENT!

GRASSY PARK

GRASSY PARK

Fairly new block - R465 000 Modern 2x2 bedrooms, lounge, bathroom fully fitted kitchen and parking bay. Close to Mosque and all amenities!

GRASSY PARK

PORTLANDS

Radiant Mansions - R340 000 2 beds, lounge, bath, fitted kitchen, parking bay, automated gates, close to all amenities, BUSY CORNER GREAT INVESTMENT!

Prime Area - R350 000 2 Beds plus 2x separate entrances- needs work, BARGAIN PROPERTY CASH BUYERS! GREAT INVESTMENT!

Jamaludien 082 099 7520

073 379 0400

LAKESIDE MEWS Cottage x2 - R360 000

COLORADO

Plots - R 195 000 each Fully serviced adjacent vacant plots. READY TO BUILD! INVESTOR`S DREAM!

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THINKING OF SELLING?

SMART MOVE TO BE WITH US!! OTTERY & WETTON

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ZEEKOEVLEI Wonderful position. Brand-new. Ultra modern. Top of the range. 4 large bedrooms, b.i.c., mes + family bathroom. Huge lounge + dining-room. Guest bathroom, f/f granite-topped kitchen with porcelain tiles. Laminated flooring, double garage. R1.4M ZEEKOEVLEI Two double-storey homes on the water. (1) Facebrick with good quality finishes. 3 to 5 bedrooms, b.i.c., full en-suite, large dressing room. Family bathroom. Fitted kitchen. Lounge, dining-room. Garage. A

DENISE WALPOLE 084 200 0097

NADIAS 2 - 09 07 13 1CB2DCV.cdr

For these and more please call NADIA on 083 654 4234 or MICKAEEL 082 216 4269 or our office on 021 706 8197

SOUTHFIELD, HEATHFIELD, KENWYN & LANSDOWNE

VALERIE MARTIN DESIREE KANNEMEYER CHRISTOPHER MORRIS 082 586 0805 072 140 4161 084 403 0380

FOR ALL THE OTHER PROPERTIES WE HAVE ON THE MARKET – CALL US NOW!! SEEFF: Tel - 021 788 8279 / Fax: 021 788 3444 57 MAIN ROAD, MUIZENBERG, 7945

WYNBERG R 720 000

Sole Mandate

Sole Mandate

Web ref 297659

HAZENDAL R 1 500 000

Web ref 293839

VALERIE MARTIN - 084 403 0380

DESIREE KANNEMEYER - 072 140 4161

VALERIE MARTIN - 084 403 0380

NEWFIELDS R 800 000

BELGRAVIA R 2 700 000

MOUNTVIEW R 1 300 000

Sole Mandate

BONNI LUTZKE 083 350 9509

ZEEKOEVLEI On the Peninsula on the water. 3 bedrooms, b.i.c., f/f kitchen, family bathroom, huge lounge, dining-room. Spectacular views of the water and mountains. All this for R1.6 m.

SMART MOVE TO BE WITH US!!

WYNBERG R 610 000

Web ref 297660

LINDA CORNELIUS JANINE HENDRICKS 083 668 8711 076 812 1017

must to view @ R1.8 m. (2) In the best position on the water. Large 4 bedrooms. M.e.s. + 2 family bathrooms, f/f kitchen, lounge/dining-room. Pool + granny quarters. All this for R1.8 m.

Thinking of SELLING?? We have BUYERS for your Home!! FREE, NO OBLIGATION VALUATION – CALL US.

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RETREAT & SURROUNDS

ZEEKOVLEI Boat Road in leafy setting. Neat, 3 bedrooms, b.i.c., f/f kitchen, lounge/dining-room. Garage, large plot. R1.2 m.

Sole Mandate

Web ref 296526

DESIREE KANNEMYER 072 140 4161

Web ref 297257

Web ref 297252

VALERIE MARTIN - 084 403 0380 DESIREE KANNEMEYER - 072 140 4161

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List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R200 000 DELFT Freestanding 2 bed Home with an Open Plan Lounge, Kitchen + Fam Bath.Needs TLC. SHIHAAM 072 192 1411

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

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

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

R249 000 EASTRIDGE Fully Enclosed 3 Bedroom House with a Lounge, F.Kitchen and Family Bathroom. Parking for 2 Cars. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

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

R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bedroom House with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F.Kitchens, 1 with a Scullery, Double Automated Garage, Automated Gates, Swimming Pool, Pool House & plenty more... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

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

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R275 000 EASTRIDGE: R260 000 MORGENS VILLAGE: R329 000 LENTEGEUR R450 000 THE WESTRIDGE Fully Enclosed Neat Semi Attached Fully Enclosed 2 Bedroom Spacious Fully Enclosed 3 Bedroom Home Consisting of a 3 Bedroom House with a Lounge, Maisonette Consisting of a Lounge, Freestanding 3 Bed Home with a Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen F.Kitchen, F.Bath, Burglar Bars Kitchen and Family Bathroom.Close and Family Bathroom. Parking for Lounge, F.Kitchen + Fam Bath. Throughout, Automated Garage Parking for 3 Cars. to all Amenties and Westgate Mall. with Parking for 2 Cars. 2 Cars. FAZLYN 073 184 2535 FAZLYN 073 184 2535 SHIHAAM 072 192 1411 FAZLYN 073 184 2535

KASHIFAH FAZLYN CANDICE SHIHAAM SHARIEF GADIJA 072 192 1411 073 929 3221 082 823 1801 084 739 6372 073 184 2535 071 1565 672

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Attention sellers we have buyers for: 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!


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POWER PUNCHERS: Ashihara Karate SA-NIKO, a Japanese affiliated school of karate, recently participated in the Kyokushin Karate Union World Tournament at the Belhar Sports Centre. Several of the school’s kareteka from Retreat and Grassy Park claimed medals in the kumite section of the tournament. From left are Leigh Arendse, Devon Berries, Shakeelah Schwartz, Dante O’Reilly, Ansaar Achmad, Daiyaan Schwartz and Keagan Elliott. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

BODY BLOW: Devonshire Rovers FC’s Shaquille Peters (left) kicks the ball into Spenston AFC’s Moegamad Slamang during an under-15 knockout game at the William Herbert Sports Complex on Saturday. Spenston won 2-1. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS

110 years and still growing LIAM MOSES

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early 110 years after being formed under a tree in Wynberg’s Broad Road, the Cape District Local Football Association’s (CDLFA) oldest team is still going strong. Spenston AFC has gone through highs and lows, victories and defeats, championships and relegations in its history but still has a thriving membership and player base. David Vermaak (56), the club’s former president and a member for the past 46 years, says the club has survived every political system in South Africa. “It’s significant that the club is 110, because it was there before apartheid, during apartheid when everyone was moved around and now we are still here,” he says. “Spenston was a Wynberg-based club and it stood the test of time and it’s still going strong. It was strong leadership that kept this club going. George Cloete was president of this club for over 50 years. Under his leadership we won the Maggot Trophy three times and produced two South African players.” The club’s name and emblem come directly from the day of its foundation, with the club crest still showing the tree under which the club was formed and the club’s

name taken from the name of the house opposite the tree. Vermaak broke a family tradition when he decided to join Spenston in 1967. Instead of joining Yorkshire AFC as his relatives had, he left the decision up to chance and decided to join whichever side won the next derby match. Vermaak went on to break into the Spenston first team at the tender age of 16 and he turned down an offer to play professionally for Cape Town United a year later. His loyalty was eventually repaid when he started his own mechanical workshop and succeeded thanks to the support of the club’s members years later. “This club has really been a family over the years. No one really leaves the club once they join. It doesn’t matter what club they leave for, they always come back,” says Vermaak. “Once you join Spenston you are always Spenston. Playing soccer for Spenston gave me great pleasure. This club built my family.” Spenston AFC will celebrate its 110th anniversary with over 100 players on its books, teams in every age group and its family spirit still intact. The club aims to celebrate its 110th year in existence with a special kit and a gala dinner to be hosted in October.

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Phase 1 SOLD OUT, Phase 2 Now Selling!


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Stage set for soccer showpiece

LIAM MOSES

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fter hours of gruelling training sessions and six pressurised qualifying matches, 16 football teams will reap the rewards when they play in the finals of the 10th annual Engen Knockout Challenge. The Challenge will pit Cape Town’s best under-17 footballers against each other in a battle for the prize money, bragging rights and possibly the chance at a professional career. People’s Post is the tournament’s print media sponsor. Many of South Africa’s most celebrated professional footballers first made a name for themselves or were scouted at the Engen Knockout. Edries Burton, chief operations manager at host club Santos FC, urged the current crop of players to make the most of their opportunity and emulate the Engen Knockout’s most famous products. “As a former player, my challenge to the young players is that there is an opportunity here. If you look at Thulani Serero – this is where it started for him and look where it’s going,” he says. “The stars are the limit for these young players. Who knows where they can end up? They are young and have the world at their feet. They can make a decision to finish further than Thulani Serero; it’s entirely up to them.” Over 100 teams started the qualifying process at the beginning of June and on Thursday the 13 teams who made it through were divided into groups along with automatic qualifiers Ajax Cape Town, Chippa United and Santos FC. Group A contains Pinelands club Old Mutual Academy, Mitchell’s Plain’s Kenpark United, Green Point Salesians and Island Rovers In Group B defending champions Ajax Cape Town, National First Division (NFD) side Vasco da Gama, Cape United and Kuils River United will vie for the top two spots of the group. Engen Santos, Hanover Park FC, Kraaifontein City and Grassy Park side Crusaders have been drawn in Group C, while Group D will pit the NFD’s Chippa United, Bishop Lavis FC, Atlantic Nacional and Claremont’s ASD Academy against each other. In past years the tournament was hosted at the Stephen Reagan Sports Complex in Westridge, Mitchell’s Plain, but the 2013 tournament will be played at William Herbert Sports Grounds, home of the Cape District Local Football Association (CDLFA), in Wynberg. Winston Engledoe, president of the CDLFA, says the new venue gives participants a whole new list of stars to look up to. “Since unity we have a produced a few international players, namely Mark Wiliams, Gerald Stober, Roger Links and Benni Mc-

COVETED: The Engen Knockout Challenge will take place from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 August at the William Herbert Sports Complex in Wynberg. Photographed with the trophy at the back, from left, are Faghrie Lekay (Engen Santos), Tasmin Cupido (People’s Post editorial team leader), Brad Bergh (Engen marketing manager), Edries Burton (Engen Santos COO), Fezile Hlangana (Chippa United) and Brandon Timmy (Kraaifontein City). Kneeling in front, from left, are Valentino Velasco (Crusaders FC), Stephan Stuurman (Kuils River FC) and Khyle de Lange (Kenpark FC). PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS Carthy,” he says. “CDLFA and the William Herbert Municipal Field Management Committee wish you all the best for another great and successful tournament.” Engen marketing manager Brad Bergh al-

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R74 995 IMMACULATE, LOW KM

so announced that, as part of the 10th anniversary celebrations, one of the players will be selected to join the Engen High Performance Programme at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria. The tournament will also have a charity

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R17 995

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R22 995 SPACIOUS

initiative this year, with R500 being donated to the Red Cross War Memorial hospital for every goal scored in the final of the tournament. The Engen Knockout Challenge will take place from Friday 16 to Sunday 18 August.

R39 995 FANTASTIC DEAL

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1993 VW Golf 2.0 CASH ONLY

2002 M/Benz Ez40

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2000 Nissan Sentra 1.6 GSi

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PAY DIRECTLY TO US Interest & Service charges are included in the monthly instalments WHY WAIT? 17% INTEREST! 130 SIR LOWRY ROAD WOODSTOCK 021 465 2675

1999 Audi A3 1.8

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GEO 083 576 205

1996 Toyota Conquest 160i RS

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