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Sip to grow school literacy The LifeMatters Foundation (LMF) is an educational NPO providing academic and psychosocial support to underprivileged primary school learners in the southern suburbs. Interventions include a life skills portfolio that offers counselling, mentoring and teenage awareness programmes across all primary school grades, as well as camps for Grade 7 learners; and an academic programme providing individual intervention in literacy and numeracy to struggling Grade 2 and 3 learners. LMF uses the Shine Literacy Hour and has developed its own Fun with Numbers maths programme to help learners solidify foundational concepts of language and maths. People’s Post, in partnership with Spec-Savers, is presenting the Perfectly Posh High Tea Party at Kelvin Grove Club on Thursday in aid of LMF. A few tickets are left at R250 from Webtickets. Bring a book (ages 8-10) to aid LMF’s literacy programmes and stand a chance to win amazing prizes by Spec-Savers, L.O.V. by Cosmetix, Ruff Tung, Danielle Margaux, Sport Science Institute of SA, Cocoafair, Spree, African Extracts, Vida E Cafe, Royale Afrique du Sud, Dilmah Teas, Nitida, Beetroot, The Healing Room and Abigail K. See page 2 for more. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN

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Deeds for local residents SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121

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ore than 200 title deeds were handed out to residents in Pelican Park last week. The handovers were done in line with the City of Cape Town’s attempt to redress for residents who have been on the housing waiting list for as long as 40 years. It was a day of mixed emotions for the residents who anxiously awaited their opportunity to sign their new deeds.

Ward 67 councillor Gerry Gordon assisted in the handover and addressed the residents along with newly appointed Proportional Representative councillor Elgan Fortune. “Now that you have the deeds, you must have a will. We will assist as far as possible in arranging a will day,” says Gordon. “This is your house. You must retire there. Do not sign it over to your children. You have waited long for this house and you deserve it.” Fortune also urged residents not to illegally rent out their houses as recently encoun-

tered. He further congratulated the residents on receiving their deeds. The event was also facilitated by Mayor Patricia de Lille. Since her term in office began that there had been around 11 000 deeds handed over to residents across the city. “Land ownership restores the dignity of our residents and assists them to triumph over the injustices of our painful past. Our efforts to hand over title deeds are a testament to its commitment to redress and reconciliation,” says de Lille. The New Horizons housing project started

in 2016 and since then 915 title deeds have been handed over to residents here. De Lille says the addition of another development in the area is also in consultation phase where around 2000 homes will be built. Mark and Faiza Dreyer were among the residents who received their deeds on the day. “We have been on the waiting list for 18 years and we are very glad and relieved to finally be receiving our home,” he says. V See pictures on page 3.

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Life built on love for literature NICOLE MCCAIN @nickymccain

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clairvoyant once foresaw Nancy Richards “surrounded by books”, which may have been an insight into the decades-long love affair she would come to have with literature. But more likely, it was her early introduction into the magical world of literature as a child that charted the course of her adult life. “I was read to a lot as a child, though Mother used to weep a lot at the sad bits. And I had the most extraordinarily huge and impressive English teacher at school who breathed fire and life into words. I was lucky – reading was an everyday thing growing up.” It’s still an “everyday thing” for Richards, who has made a career out of her love for literature: as a print and radio journalist and presenter of SAfm Literature. “I arrived in SA with a very mixed bag of qualifications – but they got me a job as assistant to Lin Sampson at Fair Lady in the ‘living’ department schlepping props around and dreaming up whacky articles. Seventeen years later I’d learnt a little about a huge amount – from stain removal to styling, strong personalities to social politics. Later as decor editor I wrote a book called Beautiful Homes. Radio presenting came my way when Hilary Reynolds Nancy Richards. interviewed first my mother then me. ‘Would you be interested in doing some interviews?’ she said afterwards. ‘Okidoke’ I replied.” Her journey in literature has been what Richards describes as a “consistent and enriching mind expander and side step into other worlds over the years”. Every interview Richards did counts as a highlight to her, in both her literature and women’s interest segments on air. “[It was] the opportunity to listen, to have a one-on-one conversation with a people of all backgrounds – from cleaners to creatives to captains of industry. What they call a Human Library. [It’s] impossible to pick out anyone, though Salman Rushdie was a win … and talking to Archbishop Thabo Makgoba about his book was an honour. Putting together a book to mark 50 years of the women’s show on radio was also quite something – Woman Today: A Celebration. It nearly killed us, but what an experience.” Her love of books also saw Richards being instrumental in creating a women’s library through Woman Zone, an organisation she

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was part of creating. “It was born out of hearing so many women’s stories on the air. The power it gives a woman to tell her story, the understanding that comes with listening to someone else’s story. So it grew out of ‘storysharing’. Woman Zone guiding principles are to bring women of different cultures and backgrounds together to know one another better and to celebrate women’s achievements – and more recently in these divided times to unite this Mother City of ours through her women,” Richards explains. “During the magazine and radio years I amassed a huge amount of books by, for and about women – and often dreamt about starting a women’s library. Now we’ve done it! It’s on the ground floor of Artscape. We’ve brought out a book called Being a Woman in Cape Town, we have a guided woman’s walk called Circle in the City, and we’re busy with the Everywoman Project – a collective textile artwork.” Despite recently leaving SAfm, Richards will still have a foot in the world of literature. “The book world still beckons. I’m working on a great project with Quivertree Publications, compiling South Africa’s cultural legendary stories. I’m doing some sessions at the Franschhoek Literary Fest and other book ‘discussions’. There’s another book project rumbling – and for heaven knows how long I’ve been planning to write about my mother’s journey across the world with her ship’s captain father. I hope still to be making radio documentaries – my best thing – and there’s also Woman Zone.” And between all those projects, she will be the MC of the Perfectly Posh High Tea Party taking place at the Kelvin Grove Club in Newlands on Thursday moring. The beneficiary of the Perfectly Posh High Tea is The Life Matters Foundation, which improves literacy among children from disadvantaged communities. “I expect [the Perfectly Posh High Tea Party is] going to be the most fabulous and fun event – show me a gathering of women that isn’t. And I am so looking forward to hearing the stories of everyone who comes over a cup of tea!” V Limited tickets are left for the Perfectly Posh High Tea Party at R250 from Webtickets. The event will feature fashion by Ruff Tung and Danielle Margaux modelled by Ace Models, stylish shades by Spec-Savers, makeup trends by Cosmetix, guest speaker Cathy Steed and Russel Fox (Magician Insane). Decor for the event will be done by Lol’s Flowers and audiovisuals by AV Staging Worx. V Follow Perfectly Posh High Tea Party on Facebook.

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Mr Fox’s fantastic world NICOLE MCCAIN @nickymccain In a world where literacy is taken for granted by most, Russell Fox – Magician Insane – has a unique insight into the challenge facing the millions of children learning to read. Fox was born with an array of life challenges including epilepsy, asthma, dyslexia, ADHD and a mild form of Tourette’s. As a child, he was told that he was “uneducatable”. “Having dyslexia was a huge challenge in my life for most of my childhood. The form of it that I have prevented my mind from processing the information in the same way most people do. So if I read a page from top to bottom, by the time I finished reading I could not tell you what I had read. However, listening and reading at the same time was what made the difference. Today I spend my self-investing and learning time either with podcasts or video tutorials,” he explains. Fox’s early love for the magical arts opened the door for him to overcome the many challenges he faced as a child. “I think more than anything else as humans we tend to gravitate to the negative way quicker than the positive – as I did for most of my life. But through understanding the human perception [I realised that] most of what we experience or understand is through how we perceive these experiences. “For example, to the world ADHD is an extreme problem – and it is – but how you look at it determines how you handle it. To me ADHD is not the curse that most see it for, but a blessing as it means I have a busy head. Yes, I needed to learn to manage it and have done this through various means, but to be really great at what I do – writing and producing shows and illusions – I need this busy head. To me this is a blessing that I have learnt to manage so that it produces in my life rather than controls my life.” Today Fox is an internationally acclaimed Master in the Art of Magic, as well as a brand ambassador for Spec-Savers, a partner in the Perfectly Posh High Tea Party. As a brand ambassador, Fox is in-

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Lentegeur CPF election date set

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Mayor Patricia de Lille addresses residents.

Lentegeur police will facilitate elections to reestablish a new Community Policing Forum for the station. The elections will be held on Thursday 26 April in the station boardroom at 19:30. All posts must be elected. Persons wanting to apply for these positions must have no criminal record and must agree to vetting and a criminal check. Applicants must be active members within a community-based organisation in the Lentegeur precinct and their organisation must be registered­. Candidates must also provide a proxy letter of organisation and must live in the precinct­. V Application forms can be collected at the Lentegeur Police Station, Room 24, on or before Thursday 19 April.

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following a section 52 operation. A section 52 operation is an undercover sting operation set to trap someone and catch them in the act of suspected illegal activity. The men, aged 48 and 56, were held at the Kuils River Police Station and appeared in court on Monday 9 April. It is believed the officers were each found in possession of R5000 in cash. The R10 000 was trap money belonging

to the Crime Intelligence Unit. The arrest was filmed and shared on social media. In the video, officers can be seen handcuffing the captain and warrant officer. The uniformed officer was also stripped of his badge and epaulettes in public view as he was being arrested. The video has since gone viral and the officers have been released on R3000 bail each.

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ed guest speakers such as community worker Juven Rittles, artist and ward 43 councillor Elton Jansen, various pastors from other churches, parishioners who have shared the 40-year journey and other well wishers who shared messages and testimony with a packed church. Rittles tells People’s Post: “I am a son of that house and gave my heart to Jesus there in 1986 under

the leadership of Pastor Eddie Edson. As a son, I shared how the many years sitting in the house under sound teaching has helped me in life and on the road with curves. Messages like ‘think big, in small places’, ‘the name of the game is grow up’, and ‘closing the back door’ have shaped who I am.” V For more information visit the church Facebook page: Shekinah FGC 40 years Celebration­.

he Shekinah Full Gospel Church in Beacon Valley has begun celebrations to commemorate the church’s 40th anniversary. What started as a large tent on an open piece of land has turned into a beacon of hope for the area. The church has launched a Facebook group aimed at getting parishioners, their friends and family and former members to share in their memories and testimony to celebrate this milestone for the church. A media launch was held at the church on Sunday 8 April. “As a church, we are proud to be celebrating 40 years of ministry under the auspices of great leaders that heard directly from God concerning the mandate of Shekinah Full Gospel Church,” the church writes on Facebook. “This celebration signifies a long and winding journey of hardship and opposition, but also an exceptional level of triumph and revival as a church.” Youngsters at the stage during the 40th celebration media launch. The launch includPHOTO: SHEKINAH

The ECD representatives with facilitators after the event.

Water-saving tips shared with ECDs SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121

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Around 45 representatives from ECD centres across Mitchell’s Plain have been educated on the importance of saving water. The principals and teachers attended a water resilience workshop at the Tafelsig Community Hall on Monday 9 April to discuss safety and water-saving methods, among other things. “The project was initiated beforehand and we only needed to secure a venue to host the workshop. We spoke about the desalination plants, saving water and tips, fire awareness and servicing of safety equipment,” says ward 82 councillor and subcouncil 12 chairperson, Sheval Arendse. The event was hosted in conjunction with the City of Cape Town’s Social Development and

Early Childhood Development Directorate, Safeline and the Department of Water and Sanitation­. “The group also had a conversation with the main topic being the safety of children and also how to take steps within the ECDs,” he says. Arendse says they are pleased with the number of principals who have already implemented water-saving measures. “Many of them are adhering to the water restrictions. They all have around 20 children or more and are not flushing immediately. They have also invited us to check up at any time. They are very conscious about water saving,” he says. Arendse further assisted ECD centres in registering with the Social Development and Early Childhood Development Directorate­.

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local father accused of killing his son earlier this year has made his first appearance in the dock as part of his official trial. Sedick Abrahams (62) faces a charge of murder for stabbing his son to death after a fight. Mitchell’s Plain police spokesperson, Captain Ian Williams, says: “On Wednesday 31 January at about 15:10, Mitchell’s Plain police received a report of a man who had been admitted to Mitchell’s Plain Day Hospital with a stab wound. “On arrival police found a deceased man

with a stab wound to his chest. It was reported that the deceased, a 28-year-old, had been declared dead on arrival.” Police confirm that the man’s father was arrested in connection with the ­incident. Abrahams had never denied killing his son and had his community rallying behind him ahead of the court appearance (“Residents petition for man’s release”, People’s Post, 6 February). It is believed the man was abused by his drug-addicted son, who stole from them and was aggressive toward Abrahams. Joanie Fredericks, founder of the Mitchell’s Plain Impact Association has been enlisting the help of residents to assist and support the family during this time. She was al-

so instrumental in getting together the petition for his release after his arrest in January. Abrahams appeared in court on Wednesday last week and the trial was postponed to May. Following the start of the trial, the Western Cape Department of Social Development (DSD) called on parents dealing with substance abuse within their homes to seek assistance from social workers. “The department spends R104m, to fund over 36 NGOs working at 51 drug and alcohol treatment sites across the province. Most of these services are outpatient based, and are located in the communities hardest hit by substance abuse,” says Social Development

MEC Albert Fritz in a statement. “Parents must know that they are not alone and must seek help in tackling addiction­.” Fritz continues that the murder trial reveals how addiction within the family of a child can end in tragedy. DSD continues to deal with cases of addiction, and since 2014 a total of 35 502 clients have accessed their substance abuse services­. Tik continues to be the most used drug, followed by dagga, alcohol and heroin, which together make up 92% of all admissions to the DSD’s treatment centres. V Visit the local DSD office or call the hotline on 0800 220 250.

SOUTH AFRICANS MUST BECOME LAND OWNERS All South Africans must prosper and there must be justice for SA’s painful history of land dispossession. The ANC and EFF believe that government should own all the land and then rent it back to black South Africans. Under the ANC and EFF, no one will own land and we will all rent from the government for life, having nothing to pass on to our children. The DA wants to make South Africans land owners!


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Thursday 19 April V Beacon Valley: A community meeting will take place at the Beacon Valley Community Centre at 19:00. V Colorado Park: The Colville Residents’ Association will meet at the Colorado Park Community Hall at 19:30. Call Rashmiya Lucas on 082 706 4185. Friday 20 April V Westridge: The Western Cape Liquor Authority will host an education and information session for liquor licence holders at Premium Sports Bar at 09:45. Call Mitchell’s Plain designated liquor officer, Sergeant Marco van Neel, on 021 370 1626 or 082 510 9750.

Tuesday 24 April V Portlands: The Portlands Community Policing Forum subforum will host their quarterly public meeting at the Portlands Indoor Sports Centre at 19:30. Friday 4 May V Ottery: Masjid ul Quba in Rondevlei Park will host an eat-and-treat at Barrons at 19:00. Tickets cost R200. Call 082 574 2155.

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ore than 100 Searidge Park Primary School children have benefited from a project to see school supplies distributed to needy learners in Cape Town. The #Bagofhope project saw 150 learners receive new school bags collected by Kusasalethu Group who distributed at the school during the first school term. They had always wanted to do a handover in Mitchell’s Plain but battled to get a list from various schools they approached. Bongani Makeleni, one of the founders of the foundation then spoke to his colleague who gave him the contact details of the school. Kusasalethu is a word that means “Our Tomorrow” and was chosen as their name in line with their mission to bridge the gap between the fortunate and the less fortunate, by caring, giving hope and supporting individuals in striving to shape a better tomorrow­. The Kusasalethu Group is a black owned non-profit organisation formed in 2016 and are based Khayelitsha. The organisation was established by Khaya Qekani, Zolisa Boza and Bongani Makeleni. The #BagofHope project was born as a result of children in primary schools facing challenges including drugs, gang violence and poverty. The organisation believes that often school is the only place where children can escape and focus their minds and energy on something positive. “Education is of fundamental importance when it comes to uplifting them to build better lives for themselves, especially at this young age and it has been noted by the

founders that many children go to school with their books in carrier bags or even cooler bags without a proper bag to carry their books in and use whatever is at their disposal. The fact that these children in communities across the Cape still make the effort to go to school is both encouraging and heart breaking. Their hunger for knowledge, regardless of their circumstances, inspired the #BagofHope project,” says Boza. Veaan Forbes, teacher at the school was responsible for coordinating the feeding scheme and distribution of bags. “They contacted us to identify 150 pupils at the school. We looked at a number of factors such as parents who are unemployed, children growing up with their grand parents and those who attend the feeding schemes,” she says. “We also looked at the children with broken bags or bags handed down from their older siblings. We then asked the teachers to make a list and took it from there.” The bags were accompanied by other goods and Forbes says the children and staff were overjoyed. There are more than a 1000 children at the school and many are in need of new bags. Forbes and school principal Melanie Joy Ellman thanked The Kusasalethu Group for selecting the school and donating the bags. The Kusasalethu Group has done around 2000 donations at 13 Primary schools across the Western Cape. “We want to thank our main sponsor and partner Dhafeur and Ghalib Hendricks from Nesco & Nureesah, who donated 100 branded school bags. Without them the event and donation would not be possible,” Boza says.


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Man killed at beach SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121

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esidents have been warned to steer clear of the beaches at night following a murder and hijacking incident at Mnandi Beach on Sunday 8 April. A man, his wife and two other women went to the beach for a swim at 02:45 when they were attacked. It is believed the man and one of the women were sitting and chatting in a maroon VW Golf when they were approached by two men who demanded they open the car doors. The gunman then shot the 39-year-old man through the window, killing him. The men then reportedly forced his body out of the car before driving off with it. The women managed to get away without injuries. “At about 02:50 Mitchell’s Plain police attended a complaint of a shooting at Mnandi Beach. On arrival police found a man lying on the ground in the parking area. The deceased had been shot in the left side of his chest,” confirms Mitchell’s Plain police spokesperson, Captain Ian Williams. According to reports, the two women were swimming and heard the shot fired. They then hid and returned to the parking area when police arrived.

The car has since been recovered. Police did bring someone in for questioning but he has since been released. The motive for the attack is unknown and police are investigating a case of murder and carjacking. No arrests have been made. Police have further offered the following safety tips for residents who plan to visit beaches and lookout points along Baden Powell Drive: . Move in a group where possible . Avoid isolated spots and park in a safe place where you can get away quickly if necessary­ . Ensure that your vehicle is locked and all windows closed . Don’t leave valuables lying on the seats . Avoid wearing jewellery and displaying cameras and other valuables in public . Be aware of your surroundings . If you don’t feel safe, trust your gut feeling and leave . Preferably choose spots where there are security officers present . If you are a victim of crime, get a description of the assailant and report the incident as soon as possible V Anyone with information on the incident is urged to call the investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Billy Burrows, on 082 777 8076.

Scriptwriting competition open for entries Entries are open for the 2018 SCrIBE Scriptwriting Competition, now in its seventh year. The competition, which is run by the Imbewu Trust, was recently awarded the Fleur du Cap Theatre Award for Innovation in Theatre for its endeavor to develop South Africa’s contemporary theatre through the SCrIBE competition. Scripts must not have been previously

produced, nor have existing future runs plans of being produced. Other criteria are that the scripts should be in English, no longer than 40 pages or 80 minutes long and with a maximum of five cast members. Entrants must be over 18 years of age. V To receive the entry form via email for the SCrIBE scriptwriting competition email imbewusa@gmail.com.

CRIME WRAP V Tafelsig: Police arrested a 35-year-old man on Monday 9 April at 17:30 while on patrol in Sugarloaf Street. Officers saw a man who behaved suspiciously when he saw the police. Officers stopped and searched him and found seven 9mm rounds in his possession. V Tafelsig: On Sunday 8 April at 15:30, officers received a complaint of a person walking around with a gun in Cathedral Street. Officers investigated and searched the 42-year-old man. They found three 9mm rounds in his possession and arrested him. V Eastridge: On Wednesday 4 April at 20:15, Mitchell’s Plain police were called to the scene

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Club at firing of historic cannon The Cape Natural History Club will meet at the Middle North Battery in Simon’s Town to attend the firing of the historic nine-inch muzzle loader cannon by the Cannon Society and the South African Navy. The two organisations are expected to conduct the firing in commemoration of Freedom Day celebrated on Friday 27 April. The countdown to the firing starts at 11:30 and guests are advised to arrive at 11:00. Warrant Officer Harry Croome will give a lecture on the day. Guests will also get a chance to visit Admiral Soderlund’s private museum and later go to a restaurant for lunch. Entry is free but donations are welcome. Proceeds will go towards the Sunflower fund. For bookings and more information, contact Douglas Anderson at djandersonza@gmail.com or on 078 751 0159.

People's Post is published by WP Media, a subsidiary of Media24. MITCHELL'S PLAIN 83 340 copies distributed Tuesdays to the following areas: Rocklands, Westridge, Portland, Strandfontein, San Reno & Bay View, Beacon Valley, Eastridge, Lost City, Tafelsig & New Tafelsig, Colorado Park, Heinz Park, Lentegeur, Merrydale, New Woodlands, Rondevlei, The Farm, Mont Claire, Weltevreden Glen, Weltevreden Valley, Woodlands, Mandalay, The Leagues. OTHER EDITIONS People's Post also has the following nine standalone editions: Woodstock / Maitland (16 391) Retreat (23 423) 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 EDITOR: Cecilia Hume Email: cecilia@peoplespost.co.za REPORTER: Samantha Lee Email: samantha.lee@peoplespost.co.za SALES MANAGER: Garth Hewitt Email: ghewitt@media24.com MAIN BODY ADVERTISING: Taseem Khan Tel: 021 910 6529 Email: taseem.khan@peoplespost.co.za Classified Advertising: 087 740 1090 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 news editor at cecilia@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 X1PUFF09-QK160118

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ement benches that will be used as public seating in the City’s Biodiversity Showcase Gardens Environmental Education Centre in Green Point, Westridge Park and the Alta du Toit Centre in Bellville have been decorated using mosaic art. The 10 benches, which were decorated at the Alta du Toit Aftercare Centre, were designed to depict the indigenous flora of Cape Town. Four benches will be used in Green Point, another four in Mitchell’s Plain and the remaining two in Bellville. The City of Cape Town’s Mayco member for transport and urban development (TDA), Brett Herron, visited the Alta du Toit Aftercare Centre in Bellville on Wednesday 11 April to see the handiwork of the differently abled persons who formed part of a training initiative that is being funded by the TDA. During the selection process, participants first had to undergo an assessment to test their aptitude in terms of the cutting and shaping of tiles, as well as the placing of the tiles in a particular format in order to create the design. Fine motor skills form a major part of creating mosaic and the participants’ ability in this sphere needed to meet the project requirements. The programme will also help develop fine motor skills, encourage teamwork, and challenge the participants to follow instructions. The purpose of the project was to develop skills that could lead to job creation for differently abled people and to beautify community environmental and heritage resources, as well as public parks, through the use of mosaic art on public seating. “All in all, the trainees worked on this project for 30 days. I am very excited about this project as this is echoing the City’s priority to encourage and support the training and development of differently abled individuals. Mosaic is the ideal art form whereby the trainees can express themselves. What is making this project even more meaningful is the fact that their work will be showcased to the wider community and visitors to Cape Town – giving them every reason to be proud of what they are working on,” says Herron.

“The skills that these people acquired through this project can ensure that they are not left out of the economy. Using their new skills, they may get involved in other projects to beautify public and private spaces, thus giving them an opportunity to earn an income through art in future,” says Herron. One of the participants in the programme, Jackie Claasen, says: “It was a pleasure working on the project and an excellent experience and I would love to do it again.” Herron adds: “We all feel inspired by seeing something that we have created – be it as individuals, or as part of a team. Similarly, I believe that this project will create a sense of pride and help build the self-esteem of the six people who were involved in this project. This is the first, but certainly not the last project of this nature. We will con-

tact organisations working with differently abled people to establish interest after which we hope to have another programme starting in the new financial year.” The Alta du Toit Aftercare Centre is managed by the Western Cape Government and offers residential facilities to adult persons who are differently abled. The centre provides skills development programmes that ensure the optimal development of those who reside at the facility. It also facilitates the production and sale of a variety of other craft works by the residents. “I encourage everyone to visit and support their programmes. I am looking forward to my next visit when I will be having tea in their new tea garden,” says Herron. V For more information about the centre, visit www.altadutoit.org.za.

Mayco member Brett Herron with the participants on one of the benches they created.

Water project to benefit local organisations AISHAH CASSIEM @aishah_cassiem Locals made their way to the Academia Building in Imam Haron Road, Lansdowne last Tuesday (10 April) to attend the official launch of Africa Muslims Agency’s (AMA) most recent project, Quench SA. Through this venture, members of the international humanitarian group aim to bring much-needed water relief to thousands of South Africans who are fac-

ing water shortages due to the current drought. AMA has already identified 10 sites in Cape Town that will benefit from the installation of their water tank system, which serves as a sustainable rainwater harvesting system to those in need. With this, about 60 000F of drinking water will be distributed across the Mother City. The cost of the project is R40 000 for the full operation, which includes a 5000F water tank with a rain harvesting system, pump kits, pipes, taps and a supply of 60 000F of water.

Silverstream Primary in Manenberg, Masjid Nur in Parkwood, Sea View Primary in Mitchell’s Plain, St Simon’s Church in Hout Bay, Fatima Tu Zahra Ladies’ School in Philippi and Mustadafin Community Centre in Khayelitsha are among several organisations identified as the first lot of beneficiaries. The organisation continues to deliver long-term water relief solutions to drought-stricken areas across the country including Beaufort West, and they say the water provided is pumped into the city’s reservoir, which is then channelled directly to the homes of those in need. AMA calls on the public to continue to support their venture with the aim of benefiting those in need. One of the key focus points of AMA is to inspire and empower the next generation in every way possible. V Visit africamuslimsagency.co.za or Africa Muslims Agency on Facebook.

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Killarney gets extreme ADRIAN PHEIFFER

Haden Davids from Jamaica Way Primary School at the crease during the JP21 mini-cricket festival u.14 final. PHOTO: SAMANTHA LEE

With entries that include the best from Ferrari, Lamborghini and Aston Martin, the national Extreme Festival at Killarney on Saturday promises to match the excitement of last year’s final round of the World Rallycross Championship at the same venue. Although it’s not the 007 model driven by James Bond in the movies, Charl Arangies’ Aston Martin Vantage is the latest sevenspeed, six-litre V12 rocketship that is due to make its first appearance at Killarney in the G&H Extreme Supercar races. Described as the ultimate predator, it has a claimed top speed of over 330km/h and was the winner of the GTE Pro class at the Le Mans 24-hour race last year. And together with other brand names like Porsche, Lotus Turbo, V10 Dodge Viper and BMW M3, these events should be awesome­. Then there are the Sasol Grand Touring

Cars (GTC), which were involved in so many crashes during the first round of the festival at Kyalami last month that the fans were shouting: “Crash bash, bangers ‘n smash!” But it was really exciting – and they wanted more. The first race was won by Gennaro Bonafede who was in great form in his Sasol BMW. However, the second race had to be stopped twice before Simon Moss (Engen Extreme Audi) was first across the finish line, after somehow threading his way through the chaos on the track. The advantage of a spell spent competing in Europe will favour Stuart White in the Investchem Formula 1600 category. However, Cameron O’Connor was not far behind him at Kyalami and the dry conditions at sea level may be in his favour. The programme also includes races for Hankook Formula Vee, Makita Supercars, V8 Masters and RST Suzuki South motorcycles.

Lentegeur City FC open to new recruits Lentegeur City FC is inviting players interested in joining and playing for their first team or u.16 team for the new season. The club is also on the lookout for new junior and first-team coaches. Established in 2016 with eight junior

boys, Lentegeur City FC is now a fully fledged club which is registered and affiliated to Safa and the Mitchell’s Plain Football Division V Anyone interested can call the registration officer on 074 685 3598.

Last over for school season SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_lee121

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ewlands Cricket Stadium played host to hundreds of avid cricketers and their parents for the end of season of the JP21 Project League. The sixes and mini-cricket festival saw 10 games, six finals and four board games being played. There was also a friendly between the JP21 team and the Overberg Crick-

et Academy who were invited to play at the event. A total of 35 schools from the Strandfontein and Mitchell’s Plain area participated in the festival, with ages ranging from u.7 to u.14. This marked the third year they were able to celebrate their end of season at Newlands, but it was a special occasion for the young cricketers who played on the pitch for the first time. V For more pictures, see our Facebook page.

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