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Demand for services AISHAH CASSIEM @aishah_cassiem
esidents of Kewtown took to the streets on Tuesday morning to show their frustration at the lack of service delivery at a local day hospital. More than 50 locals from the community marched to the Dr Abdurahman Community Day Centre in Eland Street to hand over a memorandum with demands. A baby clinic, 24-hour emergency service, maternity ward and
more staff and ambulances were among the requests. Floris Burger, the health centre’s assistant manager, accepted the memorandum from the community on the day. She said she would try her best to get the demands seen to and would forward the memorandum to the necessary governmental departments. “I sent the demands through and now await their response. With the maternal and child services requested, I had to first do an assessment to see what the demand is in
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the area. I can now say that after the assessment, it is part of our vision to have both the services from Monday to Friday,” she explains. Representatives from various organisations were also present to show their support to the community. Faranaz Gafoor, a proportional representation (PR) councillor in the area, also voiced other concerns on behalf of the community on the day. Inappropriate databases and inappropriate management of pa-
tients, a lack of injections available for children, dirty toilets, lack of parking space, packed waiting rooms and long queues, sick children attended to in the same room, and multiple prescriptions of the same medicine to the same person are among several other issues the protesters complained about and wanted to be fixed at the hospital. “Patients complain daily at the facility. The healthcare practitioners also have bad attitudes towards the patients when they are being seen to, and are unprofessional in
their conduct,” explains Gafoor. “We want commitment from them, and to provide us with appropriate nursing structures which can be available to manage the community with efficiency. We also request the management to provide standards and norms for nurses to operate in. The community of Athlone will not tolerate mediocrity in healthcare to the citizens any longer, and we herewith request proper 24/7 healthcare to our people,” adds Gafoor. V Continued on page 2.
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FROM PAGE 1
Beware of con man
Meanwhile, ward councillor Rashid Adams says he only became aware of the protest and memorandum handover at the provincial hospital, the night prior to the event. “My conversation with Sister Burger confirmed that they were aware of the intended protest through information passed on to the security personnel by Athlone Police Station. This gathering was an illegal one as the City of Cape Town had not granted a permit to the organisers as their application was not received within the prescribed timeframe. “With regard to the demands made, I am unable to respond as this health centre is a provincial facility over which we as the City have no authority.” The Provincial Health Department was not available to comment at the time of publication.
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here are people who are out to fool us and to make us believe they are real spiritual healers, but they are not. They are con-artists, who are stealing our money, and feeding off the desperate.” These are the words of a disappointed resident from Athlone after being conned into paying R8000, earlier this month. Godfrey Herman says he approached a female spiritual healer earlier this month with the hopes of sorting out his financial difficulties. But he only ended up losing thousands of Rands, after she took off with his money. The spiritual healer’s alias is known to People’s Post and the police. “I have been calling non-stop to get my money back, and to date, the police cannot locate her. The service number has also been changed since our last discussion,” he explains. “I found her number in a local newspaper and thought I would give it a try to heal my own issues. I called and explained my situation. They said R850 is needed for consultation. I paid the amount and we met up at a location in Athlone. “On the day, a man came with a box with bones, amongst other items. After he communicated with the spirits, I was told that I qualify for R250 000, this according to the spirits. He said R8000 was needed to further the process and to obtain the money. I said ok, and went to the bank to draw the amount needed.” Herman says after paying and completing the procedure, he was promised to be
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he Heideveld and District Advice Office faces possible closure if funds are not generated soon. The centre, located on the corner of Heideveld and Ascension roads, is currently in arrears with more than R21 000 in rent and telephone bills. Mugidien Barnes, the office’s coordinator, says the trouble started when the organisation’s main sponsor backed out, due a merge with another company, late last year. The centre has been serving the community for more than 35 years and has assisted close to 3000 people with housing-related issues, municipal bills, maintenance and consumer matters, among others, in the past year. “This is a serious problem as we serve the community daily. We need to vacate the premises by the end of this month, due to the back fall on payments. Our staff work at the office as volunteers, and they also stopped receiving a stipend last September,” explains Barnes. “We currently use our own money to help people, especially the elderly who need to make calls or send off emails. We are not in a position to service them any longer if funds are not generated. “The internet and telephone line has already been suspended.” Barnes says their offices are a desperate need in the community, as many cannot afford legal fees. “We are the helping hand for the community and we are the only advice office of its kind in this area. The government does not sponsor us, and if our doors are closed, people won’t have the necessary assistance on their doorsteps and would need to travel all
the way to Athlone. “If we had a choice to clear up the arrears or move, it will be best to move to a better location. I had a meeting with the ward councillor last week with regard to a possible space for us. He advised that there is a possibility of space for the advice office at the local community centre. We now await a positive response. “Everyone uses the services and we have
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AFRICA DAY Crystal Orderson, the Southern Africa editor of The Africa Report magazine addresses the audience while R2K’s Murray Hunter looks on. PHOTO: LUVUYO MJEKULA
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here is a real clampdown on media freedom across Africa, say activists. “In Southern Africa, the clampdown is absolutely shocking.” So said Crystal Orderson, the Southern Africa editor of The Africa Report magazine and former SABC journalist, during an Africa Day dialogue at the Cape Town Society for the Blind on Friday 25 May. Media activists and members of the community, some dressed in colourful African regalia, were in attendance. Hosted by local media freedom movement Right2Know (R2K), the dialogue discussed surveillance and harassment of journalists in Africa and what role activists can play in challenging surveillance abuses. “R2K is shining the spotlight on surveillance and harassment of journalists on the continent. Over the past few years, R2K has raised concerns about the mounting evidence of surveillance abuses which have targeted journalists, whistle-blowers, activists and members of the broader public in South Africa. But similar stories are being reported in other African states,” the movement says in a statement. Orderson listed South Africa, Rwanda, Burundi and Tanzania as just some states where media freedom is under attack. She said colonial legislation is retained in some of these states, to suppress media freedom. “The might of the state is used to silence journalists.” In some instances journalists would be told which stories to cover or face being kicked out. “Do you step out of line, do the story and never come back, or get out of the country, write the story and never be allowed in again?” This is one of the dilemmas with which she has had to grapple. Asked if she has noticed any positive change in South Africa since the dawn of democracy, Orderson told the audience about how she and other black journalists would not be allowed to read English news at the SABC in 1995 because of their skin colour and hair. She said things have changed since then. Murray Hunter from R2K says freedom of expression needs to be protected across all of society in order to ensure that not only journalists are able to express themselves, but ordinary members of the public too. Hunter says journalists are being spied on in South Africa and this needs to stop. Without information leaking, says Hunter, corruption both in the public and private sectors might not see the light of day. He mentions the scandal involving cellphone giant MTN, the Arms Deal and former President Jacob Zuma’s “shenanigans” as examples. Says R2K: “Even though this day is aimed at celebrating Africa’s independence, freedom and liberation from colonial imperialists, we continue to witness attempts by various African regimes to clamp down on media freedom and freedom of expression while they continue to loot the continent’s resources, leaving the majority of the African population in abject poverty. Journalists are constantly being targeted for keeping those in power in check. “Today we are calling on the Cameroonian government to release radio journalist Akumbom Elvis McCarthy who is in custody for a renewable six-month period while police investigate claims that he aired secessionist propaganda. McCarthy, a civilian, was tried by the military court, which is a violation of international law. “In Egypt, the government continues to crack down on journalists and bloggers. On Wednesday morning, Egyptian authorities detained Wael Abbas, a high-profile Egyptian journalist, campaigner, and blogger. According to media reports, Abbas was allegedly blindfolded and arrested by security forces who raided his home. We call for his immediate release,” the statement says.
PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Patience with sewer repairs AISHAH CASSIEM @aishah_cassiem
otorists using Hazel Road in Gatesville have become concerned about ongoing sewer services delaying traffic daily. Residents say City of Cape Town officials have been working on several pipelines along the road since last year. “This is an immense holdup for motorists using this route on their way to work. There are about three to four construction trucks, and block-offs, in the middle of the road, causing motorists to either drive around it or to take another route,” says Wajadien Meyer, a resident of Athlone. “It is dangerous if signs are not put up, and the area smells terrible. Some of the motorists also drive like hooligans down this road due to no patience. Can our ward councillor please speed up the process?” Ward councillor Aslam Cassiem says the services are expected to continue for some time due to items previously found dumped in several drains, causing massive clogging in the area’s pipeline (“Clogged up drains cause a stink”, People’s Post, 24 April). But Cassiem says the problem of regular sewage spillages in Hazel Road has been resolved through the pipeline that used to pump directly into the street, along with the rubbish diverted to Athlone Waste Water Treatment Works (WWTW). “Bridgetown Sewer Pump Station also used to pump all its waste via Hazel Road, but the City very recently spent R250m on installing another bulk sewer that is taking most of the sewage that used to flow down the road via another route to the waste water treatment works,” he explains. “The design for another sewer capital infrastructure project is at an advanced stage already, with construction expected to commence early in 2019, whereby another R250m will be spent on diverting all Athlone WWTW’s waste to the Bridgetown pump sta-
tion, as well as rehabilitating the two bulk sewers in Hazel Road.” He says this will enable more effective manipulation of sewage flow from a single point of discharge at the Bridgetown pump station in order to achieve desired hydraulic objectives on all three bulk sewers. “The rehabilitation of the bulk sewers will extend their life expectancy by at least 50 years and vastly improve the flow and self-cleaning characteristics in the pipeline due to the reduced frictional coefficients.” The stench in Hazel Road relates largely to two bulk sewers installed more than 50 years ago at a very flat gradient. “This, combined with the low levels of sewage flow in the sewer system brought about by the drought situation, has reduced the flushing and self-cleaning capabilities of the pipes, resulting in solids building up in both bulk sewers traversing Hazel Road. “We have altered the pumping protocols at the Bridgetown pump station so that it pumps via the bulk sewers in Hazel Road between 23:00 at night and 06:00 the next morning, in an attempt to assist with flushing the lines. The encrusted sewage and sludge has to be removed from the lines first before the flushing will be fully effective.” Cassiem says bucket machines are therefore being used to remove the solids from the pipelines and unfortunately this will have to continue until the City has reached the point where flushing and self-cleaning can be achieved. “The low levels of sewage flow in the pipelines also mean that the sewage spends more time in the pipeline which causes the waste to start putrefying in the pipe, producing higher levels of gases with the commensurate increase in bad odours. We are treating both pipelines with bio-enzymes in order to mitigate the bad odour and will continue to do so until we achieve selfcleaning again.
“The fact that the bucket machines need access to the manholes in order to remove solids from the pipelines unfortunately means that these manholes have to remain open during this activity and this obviously allows the bad odours to be released more easily from the pipelines. All the other manhole covers not involved in this activity have been sealed with grease to minimise the possibility of gases escaping from the sewers. “It is apparent from the above that the City is making every effort to deal with the various factors impacting on Hazel Road and sparing no resources to minimise the inconvenience to the affected community both in the short and long term. The City sincerely regrets the negative impact these bulk sewers have had on the community and will continue to do all in its power to improve the situation,” adds Cassiem.
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More than 200 children from poor communities were bussed in for Iftar.
Police seeking better solutions SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121
of truancy in areas such as Manenberg. “I was walking in n a bid to find sustainable Manenberg and there solutions to the scourge of are lots of children gang violence in Mitchell’s who are not at school. Plain and the Cape Flats, the I asked them why and Minister of Police, Bheki they said they don’t Cele, hosted a work session go to school on a at the New Apostolic Tuesday. That was Church in Tafelsig on their own rules.” Thursday. Cele says police Residents, community powill focus on the gang licing forum officials, safety issue but insists comvolunteers and police offimunity members cials including the cluster, have a vital role to national police commisplay in combating the sioner General Khehla Sito- Minister of Police Bheki Cele. problem. “We must le and Western Cape provinPHOTO: SAMANTHA LEE create a roadmap decial commissioner Lieutenveloped by the comant-General Khombinkosi Jula attended the munities. It cannot be the job of the police work session. and law enforcement alone,” he says. “There is death in this place,” says Cele. He adds that residents must not hide their “Of all the deaths, gang violence only ac- brothers, fathers, uncles and boyfriends. He counts for 20% of deaths in the Western added that residents should take responsiCape. On the Cape Flats there is gangsterism bility for their homes and streets by controland death and we must fight death where we ling their family. see it.” “The most important organisation in the There has reportedly been around 25 world is family. There is none more impordeaths in the Mitchell’s Plain precinct in the tant than that. If we do not take care of that, last month. we do not have a world,” he says. In response to the gang problem, the police His approach included a deliberation seshave initiated a three-month long operation sion that gave residents the opportunity to that will aim to increase officers on the raise issues and ideas. streets of the worst affected areas of Cape While he continues that many residents Town with a specific focus on the Cape Flats. continue to ask for the deployment of the arThe deployment will last 90 days and will my to the Cape Flats, he denied the need for be focussed on areas like Mitchell’s Plain, their involvement. Hanover Park, Manenberg, Nyanga, KhayeCele did not deny the seriousness of the litsha and other parts of the Cape Flats, seek- problem and vowed that police would too ing to stabilise and normalise these areas take it seriously, but insisted the residents (“Cele back with a bang”, People’s Post, 22 should too. May). “Life will have to be better after today. We “We have brought 269 officers who are not must work together. All the churches, govfrom this part of the world. We have seen ernment [and residents] so that we can move that most of the people who are dying are by- those who cause hardships out of the comstanders. Innocent people are dying daily,” munity. We are here to do a lot of listening. he says. We want to reduce the death and hardships He also noted with concern the high levels in our communities,” he says.
CRIME WRAP V Manenberg: Police arrested five suspects, aged between 25 and 46, last Friday for the possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, as well as theft. The arrests came after police responded to a complaint of theft out of a vehicle in the Rondebosch area. Police arrived at the given location to find the five suspects still tampering with the vehicle. On seeing the police, the suspects jumped into their car and sped off. Police gave chase and cornered the suspects
in Manenberg. The occupants of the vehicle opened fire on police, who in return fired several shots at them, leading to the arrest of all five suspects. No-one was injured. A 9mm pistol, with three live rounds, and ammunition were confiscated. The perpetrators face charges of attempted murder of police officers, possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, and theft out of a motor vehicle. They remain in police custody.
Children bussed in for iftar Local non-profit organisation, Sport Stepping Stones (SSS) in Manenberg, kicked off their annual Ramadan programme this month. The organisation took more than 200 children – from the communities of Manenberg, Athlone, Browns Farm and Bonteheuwel – to break their fast at the Palestine Museum in Cape Town last Sunday.
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to be evicted from the land on which they are living. “To add, it is the wendyhouse we are living in that is also making him sick. Doctors previously said that my kids can’t live in this condition, and assisted us with letters to have us placed in a better environment. “But we had no luck, and we have no other place to go to.Putting my children on the street will only make them sicker and the government is not helping us at all. Instead they keep evicting us from one place to the other,” adds Benn. Roeghshanda Pascoe, spokesperson for the Manenberg Safety Forum, claims the local rental office has now also lost all documents pertaining to the family. “The housing office manager has conveniently lost all her (Benn’s) mom’s paperwork of how long she has been staying in the yard, and he is unreachable. “This is the same house that Firduas is currently housed with the children. They now want to evict all of them from there too. Stuart Diamond, Mayco member for assets and facilities management, confirms Benn’s parents are occupying the premises unlawfully. “The City of Cape Town will act in terms of the Policy on the Unlawful Occupation of Council Rental Stock, 2008. The City’s Tenancy Management Department confirms that all documents pertaining to the family’s matter are still on file and Pascoe’s allegation is untrue,” he says. Benn continues her search for a house.
A four-year-old boy is fighting for his life in hospital after being bitten by a mouse in his grandparents’ wendyhouse in Pam Walk, Manenberg, earlier this month. The little boy is one of three severely ill relatives who were evicted from their home, along with their unemployed mother, earlier this year (“Evictions sow community anger”, People’s Post, 17 April). Abdudayaan Benn was moved from Red Cross Memorial Children’s Hospital to Groote Schuur Hospital last week as a result of the severity of the bite. His distressed mother, Firduas Benn (29), says the young fighter has now also developed tonsillitis and a high fever and is completely dehydrated. “On Thursday 10 May, my baby woke me up, shouting, a mouse bit him. I rushed him to Heideveld Day Clinic where they gave him medication, and he was discharged on the same day,” she explains. “Two days later he had a seizure at home and we again rushed him to hospital. He stayed there for three days before being moved to another hospital, where he developed more infections. His arm was also severely swollen due to the bite.” Benn had no option but to move into her parents’ packed home, just metres from where she used to live, in early April. According to her parents, Fatima and Abdurrahman Abrahams, they are also now set
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esidents of ward 46 could face major fines if they continue with the practice of illegal dumping in the area. Ward councillor Aslam Cassiem says several complaints relating to illegal dumping have been attended to in the past few weeks. The practice is one of the biggest challenges and comes with huge expenses daily. “We have noticed that certain residents in the community pay individuals with trolleys to collect their dump with the aim of disposing of it. These guys will clean the properties of residents and then dump it thereafter on open pieces of land across the community,” he explains.
“Last year the City spent over R350m only on cleaning dumping sites. We need to become more innovative in our approach in how to deal with dumping and we need to work on behavioural modification, which will only come about once it affects their pockets.Once culprits start getting fines, they will stop and listen. As long as they are not getting fines they continue to dump across the community, knowing that the City will come the next day to clean up their mess,” adds Cassiem. Residents could be fined between R500 and R10 000 if caught dumping, and could get a prison sentence of six months to two years. A reward of up to R5000 is also allocated for those who inform the City about culprits engaging in this practice.
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The City has a special division that deals only with this issue, and illegal dumping is defined as the depositing, discharging, spilling or releasing of any kind of waste in or on any public space. This includes waste that is loose or in boxes, barrels or bags and placed on public spaces which include open fields, vacant or occupied land, roadsides, sewer systems and waterways. Despite the City having a number of waste management strategies and services in place for dealing with all types of waste, there continues to be a major dumping problem in Cape Town. V To report illegal dumping call 0860 103 089. If you have the culprit’s vehicle registration number or can identify them, call 021 400 6157 or email solidwaste. firstname.lastname@example.org
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You should get what you pay for The City gets praised for spending public money on cycle routes so that private interests like hotels, bed and breakfasts and restaurants can benefit financially. In the meantime the taxpayers have to pay more for all our services because the City doesn’t have enough money. This is an outrage. The tourist industry should be funded by the people who benefit from it, not the taxpayer.
What we get from it is increased congestion and higher prices, based on what overseas people are willing to pay. The same thing applies to the electricity outage in Hangberg. Do these residents actually pay for anything? Or do they just expect the taxpayers who are already overburdened to pay for this as well? BRIAN HOARE Plumstead
Remember The Lux So my teenage son asks my older daughter recently: “Do you remember when going to the movies was R20?” What? I remember going to the movies costing eight cents. Every Saturday, two movies, “shorts” of the next releases, an episode of “Johnny Robot” or other series, and adverts – eight cents! Imagine that. That ticket would allow you a seat downstairs, not against the back wall or upstairs, as that was 12 and 25 cents. But after the lights went out: action. No, nothing of that sort. We were kids. I’m talking about getting a seat upstairs where the older and more fortunate were
seated. Whether they saw any bit of the movies, I don’t know. But the back wall with its double letter designation was the place to be if you were older and daring! Then sneaking in the dark hoping that the usher, Hannes, would not be onto you and “politely” ask you to vacate the upstairs seat which you did not pay for. But where are we? The Luxurama – The Lux as it was affectionately known. Only 50m from my house, my home away from home. And home to so many others. The lights would dim, the curtains would reveal the
biggest screen in the south. I was amazed at the ads. American voices, motor racing clips, people playing golf. Yes, this was “After action, satisfaction. Lexington, alive with flavour.” But my best memory was on the way home, acting out what we just saw. Everyone wanted to be the “outjie” or “roeker” – the main dude. We were drawing imaginary guns out of imaginary holsters faster than Clint Eastwood or Terence Hill. Our Kung Fu moves were on a par with Bruce Lee or Chuck Norris. Cowboys and Indians? Nothing political here. No motions of no confidence. Just pure, childhood fun. MAGHMOOD ALLIE Plumstead
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Nostalgia in a bar SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121
n a cosy little shop, underneath a balcony, sits a world-class chocolate factory that could give Willie a run for his money. With a small team of chocolatiers hard at work processing 8000kg worth of cocoa beans every month, the team at CocoaFair creates memories in each bar. “Chocolate is emotional and we should not feel guilty about it. It really has an effect on you physically and mentally, especially when you find the right one that brings back that nostalgia,” says chocolatier Zonja Penzhom. As one of the very few chocolate makers around, CocoaFair has a unique tasting experience to help each person find their sweet spot – 100% chocolate – and it is like nothing you have ever tasted before. “We are chocolate makers because we actually make the chocolate ourselves. We roast the beans and from that you get cocoa mass and cocoa butter and that is what the chocolate is made from,” she says. Everything from cleaning the beans to flavouring and packaging the final chocolates, is done on site with the store shipping internationally as well, ringing true to their slogan “from bean to bar”. “We do clean labelling because people want to see what is in the products. We don’t use anything artificial. It is cocoa mass, cocoa butter and sugar. That is all that is in the chocolate,” says Penzhom. This is of course besides their flavour-infused range of white, milk and dark chocolates as these include extracts from a variety of spices, herbs, fruits and roots. Creating an extensive range of flavours and products to choose from, CocoaFair definitely has chocolate for every pallet. From a refreshing but more conventional mint known as “peppermint crisp on steroids”, to a coffee, chilli or ginger infused chocolate, or for the more adventurous, a liquorice, lemongrass and cilantro or passion fruit and pepper combination. And with continuous experimentation, these gourmet, hand-crafted treats will continue to please. “We try to explore with South African flavours and flavours that are unique but that people may not have been used to before. Our main thing when doing these flavours is that we want people to taste the chocolate first and then the flavour, because you are buying the chocolate,” says Penzhom. “We make what our tastebuds want. We are constantly exploring and creating new products.” And if you want even more variety, they also make a wide range of chocolate-covered, beans, nuts and berries. “What makes our chocolate different is that it is chocolate for you. Yes we want to make the best chocolate, but our main aim is to make the best chocolate for you. It is emotional and people are looking for something. They go to chocolate for an emotional need, whether you are happy or sad or want to make someone happy. It is in those mo-
ments of sharing that we find your perfect speaking last year and now we are making chocolate pairing,” she says. four chocolates for them. It is our chocolate Their entire dark chocolate range is ve- and their coffee and it is a collaboration we gan and all their products are halaal and ko- are really proud of,” she says. sher certified. The store also offers tasting and tours for The store opened in 2009 and is the only groups with prior booking, but be aware, evmanufacturing store at the moment. The erything will smell like chocolate – not that company is in the process of expanding by this is a bad thing! building another chocolate factory due to So if it’s chocolate, flavours and a unique the growth of the brand. experience you want, or even just an excuse The initiative, which started as a social to indulge in a guilty pleasure or five, Coskills development project, has progressed coaFair is a must visit. to a world-class establishment. V Find them at the Old Biscuit Mill Block C from Mon“It started out with giving people a skill days to Fridays from 08:30 to 17:00 and Saturdays that they could use in their futures as a from 08:30 to 15:00, call 021 447 7355 or visit project called social entrepreneurship. No www.cocoafair.com. one in the factory has any technical training in chocolate making. It was trial and error with looking at what we could do. From starting with cellophane packaging to this, a real business,” she says. “We still love what we do and we still try, make mistakes and try again and test. Looking at it, coming up with ideas and even making our own machines sometimes. That is all it is. “It started with wanting to teach people skills in life, wanting to take them further in life one day, and it turned into really good chocolate.” Their chocolate is available at their store at the Old Biscuit Mill, online or at selected retailers. The company has since also struck a deal with Vida e Caffè that sees their chocolate paired with coffee in a variety of flavours, sold at their cafes. “We need to expand. It is really such a blessing. “The Vida e collaboration is a really cool initiative. We started Lisa Chigamba fills a tray with white chocolate.
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Africa Day celebrations THABANG KUAHO @thab_journo The Artscape came alive on Friday 25 May as about 100 people attended the entertainment hub to celebrate Africa Day. Representatives from the provincial government and African dignitaries also attended, to commemorate the day. The provincial MEC of cultural affairs and sport, Anroux Marais, said that Africans are the only people capable of telling African stories to the world. “Africa oozes with natural beauty, diversity, excellence and a multitude of culture. [As Africans] we all have a part to play in sharing the African story so that the world at large is aware of the realities of our continent,” she said. “We need to make them aware of our achievements, successes, food, languages and cultures, because who better to tell our stories than us?” She said Africans need to take pride in telling the rest of the world that this continent is home to 33 Nobel Prize recipients, has over 2000 languages, and the concept of Ubuntu comes from this continent. Marais paid tribute to world recordbreaking sports stars like Caster Semenya, Chad le Clos and Wayde van Niekerk for their contribution in putting Africa on the map. Zimbabwe’s consular general in South Africa, Boniface Mugobogobo, said 25 May will forever be special to people across the continent. “It is a day when we pause to celebrate our rich heritage, diverse cultures and backgrounds, our noble aspirations and ideals, and to reflect on how
far we have come,” he said. “It also makes us aware of how far we still have to go to advance the principles of democracy and governance. It is a day when we commemorate the founding of the African Union in 1963 in Addis Ababa.” Many attendees stuck to the theme of the day by dressing in their traditional regalia and indulging in African cuisine. The Transnet Community Choir entertained the guests.
PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Open mic for budding artists SAMANTHA LEE @Samantha_Lee121
very performance should be world class and while he works hard to perfect his own craft, he hopes to give a platform to other artists through an initiative he has established. Lionel Smith who grew up in Athlone and now resides in Parkwood Estate, runs monthly open mic sessions. “I will be there performing. The aim of the event, is to invite all old age homes, night shelters and homes to enjoy the show,” says Smith. The platform has been created for all upcoming artists, singers, dancers, bands, musicians and groups to come and showcase their talents. Smith is a singer and composer. He has been singing for more than 20 years. “I have come a long way in the music industry from the time of Cabaret shows with various artists of the Cape Flats,” says Smith. “My first gig as a solo artist was at the Champion Nite Club when I was still a young boy with a band called Peace Time of the Hippies.” Since then he has been working at perfecting his craft and hopes to also record a music video for his latest al- Lionel Smith
bum: You lift me up. “We are still in the planning stages of an open air gospel concert and we are calling on locals to assist in making it a reality,” he says. The concert is set to take place on Sunday 11 November in Lavender Hill. Until then, you can see him perform live at the various open mic sessions held once a month at the Pentecostal Church, Steenberg. V The next open mic session will be held at the church on Sunday 3 June at 17:30.
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PEOPLE'S POST | ATHLONE Tuesday, 29 May 2018
Aspiring soccer players show skills LISA LOTTERING @demi_lisa
deserving player will receive a one-year contract with the Orlando Pirates FC development team to continue a career in football. Former Bafana Bafana defender Siphiwe Mkhonza, along with Dumisani Thusi and Orlando Pirates coaches, will scout for talented young players during the campaign. “Shield South Africa is invested in the development of local football talent and through the Shield Sbonis’ iDiski campaign, we wish to demonstrate our support to those who know that winning comes with hard work and dedication,” says Gareth Marshall, Shield brand manager at Unilever South Africa.
oughly 120 soccer players competed against one another during the second leg of the Shield Sbonis’ iDiski regional trials at Ajax Cape Town in Parow. Five players were selected at the trials and will compete against the top five from the other regions including Bloemfontein, Pretoria, Durban and Johannesburg. These players will compete at the final trials for a chance to train at the home of Chelsea Football Club in London where only three players will be selected. Once the three players return, one
“This opportunity will motivate players, but even if they fail they should continue,” says head coach Mkhonza. He says the coaches don’t specifically look at positions, but rather for players with game insight, precision and understanding of the evolving game, he says. “Youngsters often think they have a divine right to get things in life, but Shield is pushing them to see how far they can go,” says Mkhonza. “This campaign is not just about football, it’s about developing players into men,” he says. Former Orlando Pirates player Mark Fish
says they’re looking for the next Bafana Bafana star. “We need to develop players mentally, physically and emotionally to become footballers and also so that they can understand what it means to be a footballer,” he says. Fish says the one-year contract with Orlando Pirates is a wonderful opportunity for any young aspiring footballer. Fish says it’s fantastic to play football in South Africa, but why not aspire to play abroad? “As a footballer you never stop learning, and exposing yourself to international football can only be good for the development of South African football,” he says.
Mark Fish addresses the hopeful soccer players before the trial, hoping to inspire them to boost their performance. PHOTO: LISA Players at the Cape Town leg of the Shield Sbonis’ iDiski regional trials.
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Hanover Park LFA relaunched
Jordan Douglas of FC Gama Hotspurs (left) evades a tackle from Hanover Park FC’s Moerieq Marais during a day of soccer for junior teams at the Downberg Road Sports Complex on Saturday. Hanover Park won the u.12 game 4-0. The day coincided with the relaunching of the Hanover Park LFA in the area. Clubs wishing to join the LFA can contact Trevor Harris on 071 427 4156 for more. PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS
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