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THURSDAY 17 April 2014 | 0021 910 6500 | Fax: 021 910 6501/06 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Website: www.peoplespost.co.za | Mobisite: ppost.mobi EYESORE: Heritage buildings in Swift Street are falling into disre pair. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN
SALT RIVER: HOMES LEFT TO RUIN
History Hist ory ffalls alls into decay NICOLE MCCAIN @nickymccain
strip of Salt River heritage buildings are falling into disrepair and are bringing down the prices of surrounding properties, say community members. A number of neighbouring historical townhouses on Swift Street, all owned by the same landlord, are slowly crumbling, leaving tenants fed-up. The walls are falling apart and covered in peeling paint. A tenant, who requested not to have her name published, says a number of the houses are falling into disrepair while the owner lives comfortably. “Some of the tenants have spent money fixing up the houses themselves because the landlord won’t carry out any repairs. But other tenants are pensioners and can’t af-
ford those kind of repairs. The houses from 34 to 40 look like c**p, while he lives in a liveable condition,” she says. However, another tenant – who spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity – says although no repairs have been made, the rent is reasonable and he has a good relationship with the landlord. The shabby houses are also reportedly affecting the sale of neighbouring properties, an anonymous resident says. Salt River Ratepayers’ Association chairperson Warda Rahim says some residents are upset over the eyesores. “We are very fortunate to be one of the few areas which have heritage buildings. All these buildings need to be preserved and the owners need to take care of them. Owners should feel honoured to have a historical property. The community needs to put pressure on landlords to beautify their proper-
ties, as these buildings bring down the value of surrounding homes. If everyone put on some fresh paint it would increase the property values and beautify the neighbourhood,” she says. The buildings are older than 60 years and have heritage value, says Economic, Environmental and Spatial Planning Mayoral Committee member Garreth Bloor. “The properties referred to are graded as 3B, meaning that they are older than 60 years, significant and contribute to the streetscape and character of the Heritage Protection Overlay Zone within which they are located. “The properties enjoy general protection, which means the legislation protects them, but they are not promulgated as specifically protected sites,” he explains. Owner Abdullah Gabie says he rents the houses at between R500 and R900 a month,
which leaves him with limited funds to renovate. He says he has replaced two roofs and has plans to replace a third, as well as paint, shortly. “If I’m going to fix up the front of the buildings as well, I’m going to have to put up the rent. Where else will you get a house for such a reasonable rent?” The City’s Problem Building Unit has not received any complaints about these buildings, confirms Safety and Security Executive Director Richard Bosman, but will be investigated. However, there is limited action that can be taken by council, Bloor says. “In the case of illegal work, the City is mandated to stop work, but in this case a lack of maintenance and restoration is the issue. The City can work with the owner to provide maintenance and restoration advice and solutions,” he says.
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PEOPLE'S POST | WOODSTOCK | MAITLAND Thursday, 17 April 2014
HOUSING: DISABLED PEOPLE VENT THEIR FURY AT POLICITIANS
Mounting frustrations at backlog LAILA MAJIET @laila_newsie
cies that outline the guidelines which provincial and local government should adhere to when building houses. “These policies aim to ensure accessible isabled people continue to be sidelined. houses are built for the disabled, but are not This was the sentiment shared at a always adhered to,” he argues. housing meeting last week. Bogopane-Zulu reiterates this and says Wheelchair-bound locals say they are igher department, which has an oversight nored when it comes to the housing waiting function, tests norms and standards. list. Their needs are also never taken into “Should you be concerned about these account when residential development norms and standards not being upheld, conplans are made, they contend. tact my department so we can investigate.” While a number of housing projects have Zou Kota-Fredericks, deputy minister of sprung up across Cape Town in recent years, human settlements, says there are housing wheelchair-bound residents say the developdevelopments where no disabled people ments are not accessible for all. have benefited. “Each developer must set Deputy Minister of Women, Children and aside houses for people with disabilities. People with Disabilities Hendrietta BogoThese houses need to take into account the pane-Zulu says disabled people must deneeds of the disabled person.” mand better standards of service delivery. Andile Ndabeni says houses built in KhayShe suggests a housing list for disabled people be established to ensure those with IN DIALOGUE: Tafelsig resident Anthony George (right) says the three spheres of government, nation elitsha do not meet the needs of disabled peospecial needs are not overlooked. al, local and provincial, should work together to ensure all houses are universally accessible.PHOTOS: ple. “It sounds like to our leaders we do not belong in South Africa. I was told that a de“When houses are allocated, developers LAILA MAJIET velopment in Site C is not suitable for people must indicate who gets the properties. Those “There is money this government has set to be created to ensure the rights of disabled with disabilities. If we do not belong in these lists can be inspected by the public. They are communities, where do we belong?” not top secret. However, it is your responsi- aside for top-ups to ensure houses are acces- people are not violated. His patience is wearing thin as he has been “People are not aware of the processes and sible. If you become disabled due to an illbility to enquire,” Bogopane-Zulu says. sent from pillar to post in a bid to resolve Should a house not be accessible for a disa- ness, you can also make use of this pro- policies in place to assist them,” he says. George, who is also the provincial secre- the matter. “As disabled people we are albled beneficiary, there is a rectification pro- gramme,” she says. Anthony George, who is confined to a tary of Disabled People’s South Africa, says ways told to be patient. Politicians always gramme put in place by the Department of Human Settlements to address this problem. wheelchair, believes more awareness needs national government has put in place poli- talk, but when are they going to work for us?” he asked. Allen Gordon questioned the sincerity of politicians speaking at the meeting. “This sounds like a story I have heard five years ago. How WESTERN CAPE A meeting of the Council of the City of Cape Town will be held on Thursday 24 April 2014 at long are we going to PROVINCIAL PARLIAMENT 10:00 in the Council Chamber, 6th floor, Podium Block, Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, wait before you Cape Town. take action?” Two resolutions Please note that limited seating is available in the public gallery of the Council Chamber taken at the meetand, therefore, seats will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to attend ing includes the meeting, you are requested to contact Michelle Alberts on 021 400 3708 between spreading aware09:00 and 16:00. All requests for attendance must be received by no later than a day before ness of the rights the meeting. You will be required to provide your surname, initials and contact telephone and responsibilinumber. Visitors are kindly requested to be seated by 09:30. ties of disabled people in terms of the allocation of houses. It was suggested ACHMAT EBRAHIM the human settleCITY MANAGER ments department opens an office in Human Communications (Cape) C107526 the Western Cape.
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WALMER ESTATE: SQUATTERS BLAMED FOR MUGGINGS
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onstitution Road is the scene for twisted irony. Street people repeatedly erect informal structures on the wide and open plot along the road, while enraged Walmer Estate homeowners blame them for crime in the area. Section 26 of the South African Constitution enshrines everybody’s right to housing. The structures are on the doorstep of Rahmaniyeh Primary, and the school has been left feeling the brunt of criminal activity. Rahmaniyeh Primary principal Adbullah Ranoot says the settlements pop up “from time to time”. “We haven’t had any incidents this year, but in the past there have been cases of muggings and we have had a number of break-ins and vagrants on the property,” he says. The school perimeter is only partially fenced, which makes it an easy target, Ranoot says. “It’s very costly to replace stolen pipes and fencing every time the school is hit. We’ve been waiting two or three years for the education department to provide fencing,” he says. Provincial education department spokesperson Bronagh Casey says Rahmaniyeh is not on the scheduled fencing list. “The department has also not received any requests from the school for emergency maintenance on the fence. The school must make a request to the department, following the relevant procedures. Given the safety concerns, the department will, however, make a request for Public Works to investigate,” she says. This response has Ranoot stumped. “The provincial minister of education Donald Grant was at the school on a site vis-
it and the department is aware a fence is needed. We were told last year that we are on the list. It’s frustrating, because we have donors who would like to invest in the school, but are not willing to do so unless the fence is erected,” he says. The City of Cape Town’s Displaced Peoples Unit has conducted operations in this area before to remove vagrants, but the street people often return once the officers leave, says Mayoral Committee member for Social Development and Early Childhood Development, Suzette Little. There is also a dedicated fieldworker in every area. “The unit, together with Social Development, conducts regular interventions to reintegrating the street people with their families. However, many of them refuse the assistance offered by the City,” she says. Walmer Estate Community Residents’ Forum chairperson Moosa Sydow says the area is often used as a shortcut by residents. He is aware of a number of cases of muggings, and claims criminals infiltrate the informal settlements to act as lookouts for their accomplices. “The land invasion is very close the greens area, which is used by the community for sport. I suspect there are a number of opportunists who monitor the homeowners walking past and then mug them. The longer the informal settlement stays there, the more of an anti-social problem it becomes for us”, says Sydow. Charles Mwerenga has been living in the open field next to Constitution Road for four months. “We have no other place to live and we chose this site because there are no buildings, so we won’t disturb any one. We aren’t involved in crime,” he says. The unit will continue to conduct operations, in conjunction with Law Enforcement patrols, Little says. V Phone the City’s call centre on 0800 872 201.
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ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 74/2014
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rants, explains Bicycle Cape Town spokesperson Leonie Mervis. aving the planet, One of the biggest one bicycle and artneeds for cyclists in work at a time. the city, alongside That is the aim behind safe cycle routes, is to a number of bicycle parkhave secure and easiing spots, in the form of ly accessible parking art installations, to be fitfacilities, she says. ted throughout ward 57. “Currently there The parking is intended to serve as functional LOCK AND GO: Bicycle parking, which will are only a few cenart, says ward councillor serve as functional art, will be rolled out trally located bicycle Brett Herron. in Vredehoek, District Six, Woodstock, Salt racks in the city cen“The objective is to River, Observatory and Mowbray. tre, but there are none located in the provide well-located bi- PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN Kloof area. Kloof cycle parking to encourage and support cycling as a means of com- Street is a prime spot for secure parking, muting and at the same time add some with a cluster of shops located nearby,” she points of interest and design within the says. Cyclists can look forward to more bicycleward,” he says. The parking will be set up in key points friendly parking areas across the in Salt River, Observatory, Mowbray, metropole, Mervis says. “Over the next year we plan to roll out our Woodstock, District Six and Vredehoek. A number of nodes and locations in the Bike Friendly Campaign to more venues in ward are being investigated with the help and around the city. “The next location for bicycle parking faof the City of Cape Town’s Urban Design and Non-Motorised Transport branches, cilities is planned for the Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay and will go hand in hand says Herron. The sites have not been formalised yet. with an initiative to encourage people to cyHerron hopes to have the first group of cle to the market,” she says. The parking will tie in with a plan to roll parking installations up by the end of June. “Depending on the cost of the designs I out a green cycling lane along Strand Street would like to install two or three locations and Albert Road, Woodstock. The contract has been awarded and work in this financial year. If the designs work well then we can look at extending this to should commence next month. The lanes will go a long way towards creother sites,” he says. Last year, Lifestyle on Kloof mall rolled ating safer cycling environments, as well as out a bicycle parking lot to accommodate encouraging other road users to share the public right of way in the city, says Herron. shoppers who chose to cycle. The cycle lanes should not impact on trafCape Town has a growing number of urban cyclists who use their bikes to commute fic, says Herron, as traffic lanes will remain to work and travel to local shops and restau- the standard size.
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Requirements: • A relevant Trade Certificate • 3 years’ relevant experience • Knowledge of the Occupational Health and Safety Act • Proven supervisory skills • Physically fit • A valid Code EB driver’s licence (PDP would be advantageous) Key Performance Areas: Coordinate and control the set-up, work in progress and completion of specialised tasks/activities associated with the installation, maintenance and repair to carpentry work etc, by including, monitoring and correcting the productivity and performance outputs of support personnel and attending to routine/general administrative, recording requirements contributing to the accomplishment of departmental objectives Please note: The successful candidate will be required to: • Work outside normal working hours during emergencies and planned overtime • Be on standby when required • Work in all weather conditions
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PEOPLE'S POST | WOODSTOCK | MAITLAND Thursday, 17 April 2014
WOODSTOCK: COMMUNITY MAP DESIGNED AND INSTALLED
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n a bid to promote safety, tourism and economic development, a local NPO has created a free community map to assist commuters to the Woodstock station. The Partnering, Networking and Research organisation (Partner) unveiled a community map on Tuesday for the thousands of people using Woodstock station. Partner intends to demonstrate that maps can be put up affordably at any train station in the country, says spokesperson Janine Tilley, who regularly uses Woodstock station. “When arriving at the station it seems as if one is in the middle of nowhere,” she says. “It is difficult to work out where the main road is and how to find alternative forms of transport such as a commuter taxi, Golden Arrow or MyCiTi bus,” she says. “Sometimes the train from the city breaks down at Woodstock station at night
and because there is no signage it can be challenging for people who are unfamiliar with the area to find another way home.” Woodstock has experienced urban upgrading yet through this gentrification tourist attractions such as the Woodstock Exchange and the Old Biscuit Mill are not accessible for the average commuter, says Tilley. “With this new sign showing where places such as the Old Biscuit Mill are located, both tourists and locals can easily find their way,” she says. The map also lists the nearest police station, the St Anne’s Women and Children’s Shelter, as well as the nearest clinic, ATM and pharmacy. The map features a quick response (QR) code that allows those with smart phones to scan the code and generate a Google map on their phones. The sign is mounted high, is hard wearing and easily upgraded at a low cost. The map itself cost only R7800 to produce. Partner worked with the Woodstock Improvement District, Indigo Properties, the bicycle shop The Gear Change and Signarama on the project.
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HAVE YOUR SAY! DRAFT ARTS, CULTURE AND CREATIVE INDUSTRIES POLICY The City of Cape Town is in the process of finalising its Draft Arts, Culture and Creative Industries Policy. 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 recommendations and input to the City from 15 April 2014 to 15 May 2014. Comments, recommendations and input may be submitted by: • • • •
Fax: 086 588 6844 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Written submission: Arts and Culture Department, 14th Floor, Telkom Tower Building, 2 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town 8001 Online: www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay
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 comments, recommendations and input recorded and submitted to the City. Contact the following persons: For general public participation: Frederick Venter at 021 400 1768 or email@example.com For disadvantaged groups: Anele Viti at 021 400 1652 or firstname.lastname@example.org The draft policy will be available for viewing at www.capetown.gov.za/haveyoursay, at subcouncil offices and libraries. Direct enquiries to Natalie Harper at 021 417 4101 or email@example.com.
ACHMAT EBRAHIM CITY MANAGER 67/2014
PEOPLE'S POST | WOODSTOCK | MAITLAND Thursday, 17 April 2014
MYCITI ON THE MOVE Be aware, be safe Motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and bus drivers all need to take great care at intersections around MyCiTi bus stops and stations.
ew public transport services introduce changes to patterns of road use and driver behaviour. This is particularly so for MyCiTi, with its dedicated bus lane and priority trafﬁc signals. “The best way to prevent accidents at intersections is for motorists to be aware of how the signalling and the bus lanes work,” says Councillor Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee Member: Transport for Cape Town. “It is also extremely dangerous for pedestrians to walk along or across the bus lanes. When using MyCiTi stations, pedestrians should only use designated crossings and only start walking when the green man appears. “Everyone approaching an intersection, whether they are on foot, on a bike, in a car or a bus, should exercise caution – especially in wet weather or visibility is poor in the early morning and evenings.”
Safety tips for motorists
The trafﬁc signalling around some MyCiTi stations and bus lanes is different to that used at other intersections, according to the City’s Trafﬁc Management Centre. Drivers wanting to turn right across bus lanes may not move into the intersection until they see a green arrow. Even though the light is green for vehicles going straight or turning left, they must wait behind the line. If they move forward or turn they will be directly in the path of MyCiTi buses coming along the red lane. Motorists should not simply
follow the car ahead, which may be making a mistake. In areas where there are no bus lanes, MyCiTi buses use roadside stops and halt in the general trafﬁc lanes. This ensures that buses are not delayed by pulling in and out of bus bays. Motorists are requested to be patient for the short time it takes for bus passengers to board or alight, and not to overtake.
Motorists wishing to turn right must wait for the green arrow before entering the intersection.
Safety tips for pedestrians
Pedestrians crossing at MyCiTi stations need to press the pedestrian button, wait for the green man to appear and then start walking. The green man ﬂashes for ﬁve seconds and is followed by a ﬂashing red man. If the red man is ﬂashing, pedestrians should not step off the sidewalk as there will not be time to cross the road before the light turns green for buses. Motorists are reminded that pedestrians have right of way for as long as the red man is ﬂashing. Walking in or across bus lanes, except at a pedestrian crossing, is dangerous. MyCiTi buses have exclusive use of the lane and travel at a consistent speed to adhere to schedules. Pedestrians may also be ﬁned for walking in bus lanes.
Safety tips for cyclists
Cyclists are required to obey all road signs and trafﬁc signals. They must stop and wait at intersections until trafﬁc signals turn green. This includes waiting for the green arrow before turning right across a bus lane.
A motorist illegally crosses the bus lane, while the bus has right of way.
Start walking only when the green man appears.
MyCiTi responds to demand There are now increased frequencies on several routes due to public demand. This includes: 103
Oranjezicht - Gardens - Civic Centre between 06:30 and 08:30 and 16:00 and 18:00
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Hout Bay - Imizamo Yethu - Sea Point - Civic Centre. Two additional trips have been added to each of these routes in the morning and afternoon to address the needs of school learners.
Temporary changes to Airport service From 14 April 2014, for a trial period, smaller buses will be used on the Airport route to the V&A Waterfront via Civic Centre. These buses will not stop at Thibault Square, Stadium and Granger Bay. Airport service passengers wishing to make use of these stations must change to T01 at Civic Centre station.
For more information call the Transport Information Centre (toll-free 24/7) 0800 65 64 63. Visit www.myciti.org.za
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THURSDAY 17 April 2014 | People's Post | Page 8 | 0021 910 6500 | ppost.mobi
Honouring Giants in Maitland
GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz
While the evening was well attended and saw former players from many eras get together for the first time, there was also a big surprise. “Kenny Roman, the club’s star pitcher in the 1970s, was flown in from Australia to attend the event and surprised birthday boy Danny Page when he walked in with a huge Maitland Giants birthday cake,” Miles says. “This was very special for so many of the members because Kenny was one of the stars of our teams. He shared some of the highlights of his playing days with the gathering.” Miles is serious the goals of PS4L in his home suburb. “We want to revive sport in the community as a means to deal with the social issues plaguing it – rampant drug abuse, gang violence and crime. “PS4L intends to provide a safe environment where children and adults can play sport and have fun and at the same time, learn essential skills such being disciplined, team work and respect for others. “Other sports clubs which have benefited from PS4L sponsorship this year includes Norway Parks Football Club, Athlone A’s Baseball Club and Kenfac Phillies Softball Club.” V For more information on PS4L visit www.playsport4life.org
n era when sport played a big part in the community was remembered when Maitland Giants Baseball Club recently hosted a reunion. Former star players spoke about the game with fond memories of the enjoyment it brought to them and, most importantly, the positive impact it had on them as juniors taking the lessons of discipline into their adult lives. While many of those players may have left Maitland and spread across the peninsula, it was obvious that the Giants retained a special place in their hearts. This event was the brainchild of Miles October, a former player who rose through their ranks from junior level, and wants to give back to his community through a new organisation Play Sport4Life (PS4L). “The organisation is a new development venture based in the Kensington, Factreton and Maitland areas that wants to revive sport in the area,” he says. “We organised this event to highlight how important sport was in the community and to honour some of the club’s former greats who were inducted into the Hall of Fame. It’s important that we show our appreciation for the role these guys played.”
DOWN MEMORY LANE: The stars of yesteryear from Maitland Giants who were inducted into the Hall of Fame. At the back, from left, are George Fester, Greg Josias, Ron Jacobs, Danny April and Maurice Roman. Seated, from left, are Danny Page, Kenny Roman, George Willenberg, Dennis Millar, Trevor Oldale, and Les Willenberg. PHOTOS: GARY VAN DYK
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The City of Cape Town’s Economic Development Department has received a ward allocation from Ward 57 to provide unemployed community members with the opportunity to receive telemarketing and call centre training. The course, which will be free to the attendees, will run continuously for four weeks, Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays. Selected candidates need to make themselves available for the entire duration of the course. Please note that space is limited to community members who are currently living in Ward 57 (i.e. Woodstock, Walmer Estate, University Estate, Mowbray, Observatory, Salt River, Zonnebloem, Vredehoek and Gardens). Application forms are available at the Woodstock library, corner Clyde and Aberdeen Roads, Woodstock.
The race aims to unite thousands of people under the night sky in one exciting and unique event. Organisers say participants can expect a fun night as they experience the “neon lifestyle”, whether on foot, skates or wheels. The event will take place at the Cape Town Stadium forecourt from 15:00 until 23:00 on Saturday 10 May. Single tickets cost R220, while group entries of four people or more cost R180. Children’s tickets cost R90. All entrants will get glow sticks; other accessories will be on sale. For tickets or more information visit www.neonrun.co.za. Follow the action on Twitter at @NeonRunSA and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NeonRunSA. V Five People’s Post readers can each win double tickets to the Neon Run. Visit www.peoplespost.co.za to enter. Winners will be notified telephonically.
South Africa’s most unique road race is set to hit the streets of Cape Town with a burst of colour on Saturday 10 May. The Neon Run will see participants run, cycle, skate or walk the 5km night route covered in neon accessories and body paint, only to be greeted by a neon party at the finish line. Event manager Tavis Brown expects the inaugural event to be loads of fun. “After months of planning the Neon Run, we are so excited to be launching this unique event in SA,” he says. “We have had an amazing response and look forward to the electric event.” Participants will travel through several different “glow zones” that will show the full effect of their paint and accessories during the course. The party to follow will feature some of SA’s top artists, including Chris Taylor, Dean Fuel, ShortStraw, The Kiffness and 5FM’s Roger Goode.
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