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Writing’s on the wall Three attempted murders were committed this past weekend in Manenberg. The recent gun violence has resulted in 16 local schools being closed for two days last week while provincial government de­ partments and police initi­ ate plans to protect teach­ ers and pupils. The City of Cape Town has also de­ ployed 60 to 80 additional Metro Police officers to pa­ trol schools. Here a young man walks past a block of flats covered in gang graf­ fiti. Read more on page 7. PHOTO: LULAMA PHOTO24

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WETTON: PUB OWNER AGGRAVATED AT ‘PETTY’ NOISE COMPLAINTS

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NIKITA SYLVESTER

Swingers Pub and Restaurant has been warned to keep it down or face Law Enforcement. But business owner Kevin Harris feels his business is being targeted with unfounded complaints. Law Enforcement officers recently came knocking at the well-known nightspot in Wetwyn Road after a series of noise objections were apparently received from residents. But Harris is dumbfounded by the claims

as his business is in an industrial area and a fair distance from the residential section. “I have a noise management certificate issued by certified engineers. I have reports that clearly state my sound levels are well within the specifications,” he says. Assistant Chief of Specialised Law Enforcement Services Nathan Ladegourdie counters this, insisting that complaints surrounding loud music emanating from the premises have been received. He confirms that Harris was issued with a warning and asked that he lower his music levels. Ward councillor Anthea Green agrees, saying she received a grievance from a local two weeks ago, prompting her to request that Law Enforcement step in. Harris says Swingers has been around for 20 years and never before have they had any

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DRUGS: THE HELL PARENTS FACE

‘My child is an addict’ LAILA MAJIET

It’s the crack of dawn and Fatima Johaardien is getting ready to go to work. The air is cold and the usually busy streets quiet as this mother of one prepares her lunch. Her 22-year-old son is sleeping in the next room. He is a drug addict. Tik is his poison. With a girlfriend and a two-year-old child, he is causing heartache and pain for all those who love him, his mother says. Thousands of rands of stolen items later, Johaardien says she is no closer to finding help. “My husband and I work to put food on the table. As much as we would like to stay home and watch over our son, we just cannot afford to,” Johaardien says. This parent is one of thousands who are battling under the scourge of drugs. She says his addiction is causing rifts in the family. With tears in her eyes she says: “Everyone feels partly responsible for his addiction. We as parents question where we may have gone wrong or what we have done to push our child towards drugs. “There have been days where I want to just give up and take my life so that I can escape the pain of seeing my child go down this horrible road that leads to nowhere.” Despite being unemployed, the 22year-old says getting drugs is a walk in the park. “There is always a friend who will give you drugs for free. Then when I have money I will repay the favour and buy drugs for that person,” he explains. Venetia Orgill, a mother who is leading the fight against drug abuse, says this is the reality of every other home on the Cape Flats. Her only son hanged himself five years ago after being hooked drugs for 10 years. He had been clean for three years when he committed suicide. “He sent me to the shop for yoghurt. I came back and had to cut him down from the rope. My daughter and son sold two homes for less than R200 000 to feed their addiction,” she says. Orgill says she wants to become the

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HANGING ON: Most mothers are beginning to lose hope as they battle to find the help they need to address the problem of drug addiction in their families. PHOTO: TAMMY PETERSEN “Mama Madiba” of substance abuse, as no mother deserves to live this way. Drug counsellor Dr Ellapen Rapiti says addiction drains a family in every sense of the word - psychically, mentally, emotionally and financially. “Parents should not see their children’s addiction as a result of bad parenting. Addiction can affect anyone, regardless of their standard of education or social class,” he says. It is a parents responsibility to find the time to seek help. “The best place for parents to learn about addiction and to get help is at support groups. Parents must make the sacrifice to attend them. Sadly far too many

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parents make excuses not to attend yet they will go on moaning about their miserable lives. These parents only have themselves to blame for not taking charge and dealing with the problem head on,” he says. Rapiti has seen and counselled many parents with loved ones battling addiction. He has also been afflicted with drug addiction in his own family and sought the help of support groups. “Mothers come for help distressed, depressed, broken and helpless. After attending a few meetings they leave feeling empowered on how to deal with the problem,” he says. Dagga and tik remain the drugs of choice for people in poorer areas, while cocaine and heroine are the drugs of choice in the leafy suburbs. This is according to a recent study by the Medical Research Council. Siphokazi Dada, a scientist at the council’s Alcohol and Drug Abuse Research Unit, says while drugs are the preferred substance in Mitchell’s Plain, alcohol is the preferred substance in Khayelitsha. The study was conducted between January 2010 and January 2012. It included patients from a number of facilities across the city. Tik usage in Mitchell’s Plain has increased from 16,1% in 2010 to 29,9% in 2012. “Tik, heroine, dagga, alcohol and mandrax are the preferred choice of substance for women in this area,” Dada says. She says 31% of drug users in Mitchell’s Plain are between the ages of 20 and 24. V Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of recover­ ing addicts supporting each other through weekly meetings to stay clean. People battling with addic­ tion are welcome to contact the organisation's 24­ hour helpline on 083 900 6962 or attend any of their free meetings. V Dr Rapiti also hosts a support group at Westridge High School on Saturdays. Contact him on (021) 397 6029 or email robertrapiti@gmail.com

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

CRIME: STATION PROWLER IN CUSTODY

‘Motorbike robber’ nabbed

CHRISTELLE WIESE

After a three-month-long spate of armed robberies at Wetton station, Lansdowne police have arrested the man they believe to be responsible. The “motorbike robber” struck again yesterday morning, this time with an accomplice. The 29-year-old robbery victim spoke to People’s Post on condition of anonymity. She fears for her safety as one of the suspects managed to escape and she says she has no option other than continuing to take the train from Wetton station daily. “I was walking to the station just before 06:00 when two men appeared from behind the Wetton bridge. It was still dark so I couldn’t really see them very well, but the one was shouting and swearing and it sounded like gangster talk,” she says. “Suddenly I realised they were approaching me. I saw one of them had a knife. I was flung to the ground and then they were both on top of me. I kept screaming and tried to fight back. Eventually I just pleaded with them to take whatever they wanted, but not to hurt me.” She says the men grabbed her bag and ran away in the direction of the bridge. She was left bruised and bleeding. “Metrorail and neighbourhood watch security guards came running from the station and I told them the robbers ran behind the bridge. The guards followed them and they dropped my bag before running away. The guards caught up to them and caught both men, but one managed to break free and escape.” The man was then locked up in a room at the station while the victim was seen to and

Lansdowne police was phoned. “At one point, station staff realised the robber was no longer in the room and, when they investigated, found he had escaped through the burglar bars. They ran outside and managed to catch him a second time.” At this time, police arrived and locked the robber in a police van. “They took my statement. I took them to the place where the men were hiding behind the bridge and they found a Vuka scooter there.” Captain Allen Manuel, the Lansdowne police operations commander, says the suspect and the scooter fits the description of at least three other armed robbery cases opened at the station during the past three months. “The 30-year-old suspect works abroad and has been back in the country for the past three months which coincides with the time period during which we have had a sharp increase in armed robberies at the station,” Manuel says. Joshua du Plessis (22) also fell victim to a knife-wielding robber at Wetton station recently. He was taking the train home from work during peak time on Monday 8 July. “I was sitting in the Metro Plus carriage when the train stopped at Wetton station. The carriage wasn’t empty, but I was sitting by myself in the corner and the backs of the seats are quite high so I couldn’t see anyone around me,” Du Plessis says. “Suddenly, a man sat down very close to me. I noticed he was well-dressed wearing new white Nike shoes, white three-quarter pants and a pink cardigan. “Before I could react in any way, I heard a click and then saw he had a huge knife in his hand. He was sitting so close to me, I

BEWARE: Police and Metrorail are warning com­ muters to continue being vigilant despite the ar­ rest of a suspected armed robber at Wetton sta­ tion. PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET couldn’t move. He was very calm and took my bag and cellphone. He searched my wallet for cash, but realised I didn’t have any.” Du Plessis says the man then simply got off the train and walked away. Lansdowne police spokesperson Constable Nkululeko Mnyaka says it is extremely important for commuters to report all robberies and other incidents so resources can be deployed where needed. Metrorail regional manager Mthuthuzeli Swartz says only one incident at Wetton station has been reported to them during the past month. “Railway police currently focus on trains and platforms on the Cape Flats with mobile train groups and vehicle patrols in and around stations,” Swartz says. He adds Metrorail security costs amount to R12m per month. Railway crimes can be reported to Metrorail Protection Services on (021) 449 4336 and Lansdowne police on (021) 700 9000.

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

TRANSPORT: INCREASE DRIVEN BY PETROL PRICE SPIKE

Fare hike looms ASTRID FEBRUARIE

The South African National Taxi Council says commuters can expect an increase in taxi fares at the end of the month. Local fares should increase by 10% while long distance fares will increase by 20%. This translates to local route prices rising by between R1 and R5 while long distance routes will be hiked by R10 and R50. The move comes in the wake of the latest fuel price hike. Petrol rose by 32 cents a litre and diesel by 33 cents a litre. Philip Taaibosch, the secretary-general of Santaco, says: “We based the increase on the Taxi Fare Index which we use to calculate taxi fares. If we do not increase the fares, operators will not be able to transport their commuters. Operators are already paid below the breadline and without the increase they will not be able to use their taxis.” Fares do not increase annually, Taaibosch explains, but when an increase is considered and put into effect, both the commuters and operators are kept in mind. “There are many people who use taxis that are also paid below the breadline. We had to figure out how we can accommodate them without really affecting their pockets,” he insists. “If one has to look at professional prices, meaning private transport services, taxi operators’ prices are still very low.” General secretary of the Congress of Democratic Taxi Associations (Codeta) Mzoxolo Dibela says although taxi fares are expected to increase at the end of the month, a final decision must still be made.

“We have given commuters enough time until the end of the month to re-adjust their travel allowance if there is a hike in the fare,”he says. They are “not concerned about losing commuters” due to the fare hike. “People are willing to pay an extra rand or two because they need to use the taxi services. They have realised taxis can only operate if they can afford the fuel – without it, no one will be able to use the service,” he says. Taaibosch adds they will take the initiative to educate not only taxi operators but also commuters on future price hikes. “We need to ensure that commuters understand when the price of fuel increases, taxi fares will need to increase too, which is only fair,” he says.

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ANGELO COLLINS COLLINS says most drivers are complain­ ing about reaching targets set by their bosses. “It’s only fair for the taxi fares to also increase. We’re hoping to increase the fare from Grassy Park to Wynberg with R1,20.”

SEMON GE GEOR ORGE GE says the increase is not too bad. “We have to accept when the price of fuel increas­ es, so will fares. I do not mind paying a little bit extra, because it is a service I need to use daily.”

ADEEB JO JOSEPH SEPH says the petrol price increases constantly, but taxi fares remain the same. “As a taxi driver I am reaching target, but it’s difficult because I have to make R400 a day.”

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

CRIME: ORGANISATION'S HEAD FACES HEFTY CHARGES

Pagad leader in the dock NIKITA SYLVESTER

Pagad leader Abdus-Salaam Ebrahim will apply for bail next Monday. It is understood he faces three murder charges and one of attempted murder in connection with an incident in Athlone last Tuesday. He was picked up by police at his Lansdowne home in the early hours of the next morning. Supporters of the anti-drug and -gangsterism organisation showed their support at the Athlone Magistrate’s Court on Friday where Ebrahim made his first appearance. He is being detained at the Goodwood Correctional Centre. Provincial police confirm the suspect faces three murder charges and one of attempted murder. Police are remaining tight-lipped about the details of the case. Provincial police spokesperson Captain FC van Wyk was only willing to confirm that a 55-year-old man was in police custody. Pagad has been active in Athlone and Grassy Park in recent weeks. After numerous petrol-bombing incidents were reported either during or after one of the group’s motorcades, Pagad has denied any involvement.

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a basic principle of the DA. The aim of the new policy proposal is to ensure it can be carried out in a more streamlined and costeffective manner. In this debate, consideration will be given to the framework for public participation in Section 17 of the Systems Act, and how the Constitutional Court has expressed itself in various judgments on the matter. Only once the newly proposed policy is compatible with the Constitutional Court’s rulings on the subject will it be sent to Council for deliberation and decision. In order to address the urgent need for Human Settlements solutions, the City has created a master plan which takes account of all the areas within its area of jurisdiction on which there are currently recognised informal settlements, and has listed these settlements for development or relocation of the occupants in order of priority. At the current rate of progress, the relocation of residents of Flamingo informal settlement, or the application to rezone the land as residential, will still take some time. There are countless other applicants in need of housing who are living in overcrowded or deplorable conditions where the priority is higher. The City is satisfied with all decisions taken with regard to Flamingo and its use as a Temporary Relocation Area.

Keep arable land I was under the distinct impression the Cape Town is the best run city in our democratic South Africa, but since reading “Arable land under threat” (People’s Post, 13 August) I am in two minds. The article outlines proposals for some of this arable land to be developed for housing and one of the City of Cape Town’s councillors, Garreth Bloor, states: “The city has grown by 30% as we saw in the last census and there is an incredible need for housing”. To put it bluntly: yes, there is a need for housing and we breed babies every minute. That means more mouths to feed and we need every bit of arable land to ensure that food security is sustained and is available at the lowest price for all, whether poor or rich. Philippi is the bread basket of the Western Cape and should remain so. Any stupid, short-sighted vision to decrease this arable land or any other in our province for housing should be treated as an agricultural attack on the well-being of the citizens in the province. It should be counter-attacked via the media and all other legal means, even as far as the Constitutional Court, as food security is not a privilege but a right. There is lots of other non-arable land available to use to address the housing issue. As I drove past this arable land, which is and must be maintained as a bread basket, I could not help but see the large heaps of steaming farm animal manure. Keith Blake

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

MANENBERG: JOINT PLAN TO KEEP SCHOOLS OPEN

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NIKITA SYLVESTER

Terrified Manenberg teachers continue to cringe in their classrooms each time gunshots are fired. To counter this, the City of Cape has requested that 71 Metro Police officers be stationed at Manenberg schools for the next two weeks. Provincial government officials are doing all they can to support and protect the staff and pupils from the unyielding gang war in Manenberg. Last week the provincial education department decided to close all schools in Manenberg for two days as safety remains under constant threat. Provincial education minister Donald Grant, safety minister Dan Plato and social development minister Albert Fritz, together with police, Mayoral Committee member for Safety and Security JP Smith and the Metro Police, met with a representative group of teachers on Thursday. Their safety concerns as well as teaching and learning time being affected owing to constant gunshots were discussed at the meeting. Bronagh Casey, Grant’s spokesperson, says the teachers expressed two main concerns: the safety of teachers and pupils trav-

elling to and from school as well as the ongoing shootings outside the school premises. She says the City has offered to deploy 60 to 80 Law Enforcement officers to patrol various school access routes throughout the day. The education department has also requested that a task team be selected by the teachers to identify where Law Enforcement officers are most needed. “The team will plot out safe movement corridors for teachers and pupils where high law enforcement presence will be visible,” she explains. However, the community is encouraged to be mindful that the management and control of gangsterism and violence in the area goes well beyond the capacity of an education department to correct. In a recent visit to Manenberg, Fritz identified a growing need for trauma support in the area. At weekly meetings with community leaders, he will be discussing the probability of making more trauma counsellors and support staff available in dedicated areas. This will allow the community access to psychosocial support. “Apart from this we are also looking at ways of making safe spaces outside of Manenberg available to matric pupils. There they will be able to study in a quiet environment that is more conducive to learning than the volatile environment they currently find themselves in,” Fritz explains.

AT RISK: The safety of teachers and pupils in Manenberg remain under constant threat as the merciless gang violence soars.PHOTO: LAILA MAJIET He is currently engaging with various stakeholders such as the Manenberg People’s Centre, Selfhelp Manenberg and school principals to discuss other solutions they may have. A teacher at Red River Primary School, who asks not to be named, says the state of violence is the worst it has ever been in Manenberg. She says that shots are heard as early as 05:00 and continue all day. Pupils’ concentration is immediately lost and teaching becomes almost impossible. “In my classroom I stand with my back to the window and cringe each time I hear gun shots outside. We can’t stand it any longer,” she says. She feels that even though the departments wont be able to eradicate the scourge completely, teachers and pupils will benefit greatly from regular trauma counselling. “I think at this point the children don’t even know they are traumatised,” she says.

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You can help keep the doors of Community Action towards a Safer Environment (Case) open. After 12 years of invaluable work in the Hanover Park community, the NPO is suffering a dire cash crisis as a result of the current worldwide recession. Clinical psychologist Lane Benjamin started Case and says the organisation has been running out of money since July. It is only through the selfless work of their many volunteers and staff that they are able to keep their doors open. She explains the organisation tries to empower the community not to simply ask for help, but instead learn to help themselves. Similarly, Case is making every effort not to simply rely on donations. “We receive a very small amount from the Department of Social Development, but we have struggled financially since the start,” Benjamin says. “We now need to make the community aware of the fact that we are in a crisis.” Case was officially registered eight years ago and has since received funding from several local and international contributors. Benjamin says two international funders decided to withdraw all support from South Africa as from this year. However, she points out that these were not American contributors as is currently the case with many other organisations. “A major local funder and a few smaller contributors have also been unable to continue their commitments due to reduced budgets,” Benjamin says. “Locally, corporates who have previously funded us have reduced their budgets and have narrowed their focus to areas such as early childhood development, maths and science education and Aids programmes.” Benjamin says while these are all important areas, Case believes very strongly in trauma counselling in the community. “Our long legacy of violence will continue to affect future generations if we do not prioritise the effects of generational trauma on individuals and our society.” She says Case offers a unique service because its reach in the Hanover Park community exceeds that of government departments such as the education department. “We not only offer a service, we offer a safe place within the community.” Benjamin says the lack in funds is extremely frustrating. “It just isn’t fair. Our community doesn’t deserve this. We try to help, heal and empower and it is very sad that we get so little financial help.” The organisation has had to scale down on many of its projects including aftercare, literacy and the men’s programme. “During the coming week, we have to make a final decision on whether we can continue with the aftercare programme,” Benjamin says. “The men’s programme will

continue their weekly meetings, but we can no longer offer workshops, camps and mentoring.” Abigail Bosman relies on the aftercare programme. Her six-year-old daughter and nine-year-old son attend Summit Primary School and have been going to the Case aftercare programme for the past year and a half. “If Case had to close their doors, I really don’t know what I would do,” Bosman says. “My children not only enjoy going there, the volunteer Mary Jackson also helps them with their homework and anything they might be struggling with. She steps in and helps with the things I can’t because I’m at work.” Jackson is also a literacy programme volunteer at the school. She spends five hours a day working at the school. “I do this work because I’m passionate about it,” says Jackson. “I was broken when I arrived at Case four years ago. They changed my life! Their workshops put me back on the right road and the men’s group helps my husband and my marriage.” Another volunteer who has experienced first-hand and seen how Case can change lives is Frances Nefdt. She fell pregnant and had to drop out of school in Grade 11. “In 2006, someone took me to Case and I took a course in personal development. I always dreamed of being a social worker, but it was never an option for me because of money. At Case I learned a lot. I realised my strength as a woman. I learned how to be a better person and have empathy with others.” Today Nefdt gives trauma counselling to children between the ages of six and 12 at Portia Primary in Lansdowne. “Teachers identify children who struggle in class and at first I just do some play therapy with them. Normally by about the third session they start telling me if there are any problems like domestic violence at home. We then call parents in to counsel the family, but often this is very difficult because family members don’t always want to get involved.” She adds during her six years as a Case volunteer, she has learned that people instinctively put the blame on others. Nefdt helps children to understand their feelings and heal and grow emotionally and says one of the success stories that made the biggest impact on her is that of a 13-year-old mute girl who was referred to her a long time ago. “After our third session together, she suddenly started speaking and confided in me that she was being sexually abused. The case went to court and her grandmother got custody. Every time I see her granny somewhere, she thanks me again. It is amazing how her granddaughter changed. She is living a beautiful life.” Phone Benjamin on (021) 691 7066 to make a donation or for more information. Alternatively visit the Case website at www.case.org.za.

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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

LANSDOWNE: PROSTITUTES SAY POLICE BRUTALITY IS ‘NOTHING NEW’ LANSDOWNE:

Cop up on sex assault NIKITA SYLVESTER Raping a prostitute is as heinous as raping a woman in any other trade. This is the viewpoint of sex workers’ organisations that insist the sexual harassment of prostitutes by police officers is not at all uncommon. Their outrage comes in the wake of an “isolated incident” reported at the Lansdowne Police Station. A police captain appeared in the Wynberg Magistrate’s Court last Monday for allegedly raping and assaulting a prostitute in Lansdowne. Station commander Colonel Levona January says apart from the reported incident, no similar cases have been reported since she was pointed two years. She says officers are known to address the sex workers and caution them of the dangers of working at night. Sex Workers Education and Advocacy Taskforce (Sweat) advocacy officer Ntokozo Yingwana says they are horrified at the alleged rape, but counters that this is not a new phenomenon. “Our service users often complain of police abuse and harassment,” she says. Last year the Women’s Legal Centre released a report detailing the widespread abuse of sex workers in South Africa. Of the 308 sex workers interviewed for this study, 70% experienced some form of abuse at the hands of a man in blue. “Until sex work is decriminalised, I’m afraid sex workers will continue to be raped and abused by police with impunity,” she says. The rape of a sex worker is the same as the violation of any other woman,Yingwana insists. “Sex workers have the right to

refuse a client. Being a sex worker doesn’t mean that you are always willing to have sex.” Duduzile Dlamini, the national organiser of sex worker movement Sisonke, says the rape of prostitutes remains prevalent. “Policemen would threaten to arrest the sex worker if she does not give him what he wants. They end up not reporting the matter to the police as they feel the officers do not take them seriously,” she says. Being a prostitute herself, Dlamini has also been subjected to police brutality. While standing in Bellville one night, Dlamini saw a police van passing and ran for cover at a nearby petrol station. Police officers had already spotted her and took chase. “They pulled me around and began to undress me in front of everyone at the garage. I was standing there with naked breasts,” she explains. Because she continued to resist arrest, Dlamini says the police officers hit and peppersprayed her. Many of her colleagues have also experienced similar struggles, she says. To combat this, sex workers are trained to record all details should an incident like this present itself. They would take down the vehicle’s registration number, the time, date and location. “We tell them to have a good look at the person so that they can give a full description or check for a name badge,” Dlamini explains. Provincial police spokesperson Captain FC Van Wyk says brutality and unlawful conduct perpetrated by police members are condemned in the strongest possible terms. However, he says prostitution remains a criminal offence and officers will not turn a blind eye when it comes to policing this.


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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013 MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

Friendly quality service! .

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Abraham Fazloodien 495 8989

Grassy Park: 021 391 4203

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Rondevlei R449 000

ROCKLANDS R399 000 (House + Granny Flat)

(Close To Swimming Baths)

Westridge R420 000

Lentegeur Only R319 000

Free-standing, 3 beds, tiled lounge, fully-fitted kitchen, tiled bathroom, burglar bars, alarm, large grounds,Very Neat, close to Westgate Mall

2 bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport, Garage +++ Granny Flat.

Large 3 beds, lounge & dining room, large fitted kitchen, separate bath and toilet, Spacious garage for approx 4 cars.

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed + Nice Yard.

Woodstock R595 000

Eesteriver Only R299 000

Colorado R949 000

Lentegeur R419 000

2 BEDROOMS, LOUNGE, BATHROOM, KITCHEN +++ENCLOSED VACANT PLOT WITH GATES.

2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom, enclosed + Very Large Grounds + Carport for 2 cars. If your combined wages is approx. R9200.00 per month you could buy this house.

(Close To Clock Tower)

List your property with a leading real estate group in residential property sales and rentals R329 000 LENTEGEUR 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen and Fam Bath. FAZLYN 073 184 2535

R185 000 TAFELSIG: 3 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen and Bathroom. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R230 000 DELFT R425 000 GRASSY PARK PLOT Freestanding 2 Beds, Lounge, Kitch, 625m² Service Plot in Fam Bath. Parking for 4 Cars. 2nd Avenue. FAZLOODIEN 082 495 8989 KASHIFA 073 929 3221

R309 000 LENTEGEUR: Fully Enclosed 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Tv Room, Dinette, F.Kitchen, Fam Bathroom & Carport. Close to all Amenities. CANDICE 071 156 5672

R319 000 LENTEGEUR Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Corner Home with Lounge, F.F.Kitchen & Bath. Close to all Amenities & Train Station. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R2 400 000 ZEEKOEVLEI: 5 Bed Home with 2 En-Suites, BIC, Lounge, Entertainment Area, Dining Room, 2 F.F. Kitchens, 1 with Scullery, Double Auto Garage, Auto Gates, Pool, Pool House and Plenty more.... SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

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

R295 000 TAFELSIG Enclosed Freestanding 2 Bed Home with Lounge, Kitchen & Bathroom. Garage for 6 Cars. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

R695 000 GRASSY PARK Spacious Fully Enclosed 3 Bed Home, BIC in 1, Lounge, Dinette, Kitchen, Bath, Front & Back Garden. Close to all Amenities. GADIJA 082 823 1801

CALL US FOR A NO OBLIGATION FREE VALUATION.

R585 000 STRANDFONTEIN VILLAGE R289 000 BEACON VALLEY Spacious Freestanding 3 Bed Semi Detached 2 bed home 1 with Home with BIC, Lounge, BIC, Lounge, Dining room, F.Kitchen F.F.Kitchen, Fam Bath with Sep & Family Bath, lots of Space. Toilet. Garage for 3 Cars. In a Quiet Close to all Amenities. Cul De Sac. on a 330m² Plot. SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118 GADIJA 082 823 1801

SHAAMIEL 082 723 1118

KASHIFAH 073 929 3221

GADIJA 082 823 1801

FAZLYN 073 184 2535

CANDICE 071 1565 672

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LD O S

(House + Plot)

(2 Large Double Storeys + Pool)

(Close To Hospital)

Attention sellers we have buyers for: Coniston Park, Capricorn, Fairways, Grassy Park, Heathfield, Lotus River, Marina Da Gama, Montagu's Gift, Retreat, Steenberg, Zeekoevlei.

AGENTS WANTED:Join our family and let us share our success with you!

Close To Mosque.Main House:4 Bedrooms,bics,ensuite,spacious lounge & dining room,beautiful fully fitted kitchen,downstairs shower & toilet.Second House:Upstairs:3 bedrooms, kitchen, lounge, bathroom.Downstairs: 1 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Enlcosed, Carport, Garage +++ Sparkling Pool.

Large 3 beds, en-suite, built-incupboards, family bathroom, fully fitted kitchen with eye-level oven & hob, lounge, carage for 2 cars +++ Yard fully enclosed and used for catering.

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160 MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250 021 704 2160

Riyard Abrahams 083 420 8989 riyard@aidaprospur.co.za

HEAD OFFICE WETTON 021 761 0707

Subi Pillay Cell: 083 336 7639 Subi@telkomsa.net

Strandfontein (Close To Spitz Road) R599 000

Strandfontein R429 000

3 Large Beds, Laminated Floors, Large Lounge, Tiled Bathroom with Bath & Shower, Separate Toilet, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Large Yard, Burglar Bars, Security Gates, Nice Area +++ Garage

3 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Grounds.

WELCOME SUBI PILLAY TO AIDA MITCHELL’S PLAIN OFFICE 021 391 2200

I Riyard Abrahams on behalf of AIDA would like to thank SUBI PILLAY for joining our company and may she have a PROSPEROUS future with us.

CLAREMONT OFFICE 021 671 0512

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

Eersteriver / Kleinvlei R399 000

Belhar R399 000

All AREAS

including Ottery, Grassy Park, Wetton, Fairways, Kenwyn, Southfield, Mitchells Plain and Athlone.

Newly Renovated. Large 3 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, Bathroom, Tiled Thru-out, Knotty Pine Ceilings, Enclosed, Very Large Grounds. JUST BEEN REPAINTED AND TILED.

Double Storey, 5 Beds, 2 Lounges, Corner Bath, 2 Toilets, Fully Fitted Kitchen with Oven and Hob. Long Drive-way. Cash buyers negotiate.

Over 50 Years of Real Estate Excellence

View pictures of houses www.markanthonyproperties.co.za

CRAVENBY R895 000

GRASSY PARK: R750.000excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, Kitchen, S/toilet, Bath, Carport (6xCars), Braai, Encl. MARIAM 082 641 2157

BOKMAKIERIE: R480.000excl Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Encl, Carport, P(3xCars), B/Bars. ANTHONY 079 018 7866

PINATI ESTATE: R799.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Drm, FFK, Laundry, Garage, Park(5xCars), 556 m² SUBI 082 336 7639

SURREY ESTATE: R750.000excl Face brick Semi, 3Beds(Bics), FFK, Neat & Well looked after. SHIREEN 073 773 5723

LANSDOWNE: R1 175.000 F/s, 3Beds, Lnge + Drm, F/Bath, FFK, G/Flat (3Beds, LOPK, F/Bath), Encl. NAJWA 082 377 7027

SCHAAPKRAAL: R3 750 .000excl Perfect range Solar Heater Pool, 4Beds, 3xMes, 3xOutbuildings, Stables NAJWA 082 377 7027

SURREY ESTATE: R380.000excl Flat, 2Beds, Entrance hall, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl, Flat size 60m. MARIAM 082 641 2157

WELCOME ESTATE: R600.000neg Vacant Plot! Good Location, CALL NOW SHEREENA 072 435 4085

MANENBERG: R390.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Carport, Encl, Plot 82 m², Vibracrete, KPC. NORMAN 083 772 8912

SCHAAPKRAAL: R1 450.000excl Vacant Plot 16 000 m² With approved plans. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

FAIRWAYS: R1,175.000excl F/s, 2Beds(Bics), Lnge, TVrm, Study, FFK, G/Flat, Pool, Garage, 496m. NAJWA 082 377 7027

WYNBERG: R720.000excl Flat, 3Beds(Bics), Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, F/Kitchen, P/Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

OTTERY: R649.999excl F/s, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, Fully Fitted Kitchen, Carport. SUBI 082 336 7639

GRASSY PARK: R200.000excl Flat, 2Beds, Passage, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Tiled roof, 55m, S/Gates FRANK 082 827 8421

NEWFIELDS VILLAGE: R400.000excl Mais, 3Beds, Ent.Hall, Lounge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Garage, Carport, Encl. FRANK 082 827 8421

LANSDOWNE: R560.000excl Flat, 2Beds(1xBics), Ent.Hall, Lounge cum Kitchen, Parking Bay, Encl. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

SCHAAPKRAAL: R2,000.000million F/s, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, D/Garage, Pool, Tiled roof, 8100m, Extra rooms. ISHERENE 083 350 2777

KENILWORTH: R839.000excl 2Bedrooms, Lounge, Bathroom, Kitchen, Parking, 2Gardens. NAJWA 082 377 7027

CRAWFORD: R1 399.999excl F/s, 4Beds, 2xLnge, Drm, 2xF/Bath, Mes, FFK, Scullery, 3xGarage, 714 m² MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

WETTON/OTTERY: R799.999excl F/standing, 3Bedrooms, Main en Suite, Fully Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, and More SHEREENA 072 435 4085

KEWTOWN: R435.000excl Semi, 2Beds, Lounge, Fitted Kitchen, F/Bath, Plot 208 m² + House 57 m², Encl. SHIREEN 073 773 5723

NETREG: R189.999excl Semi, 2Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen, Asbestos roof, Encl, Plot 80 m². NORMAN 083 772 8912

PLUMSTEAD: R1, 199.999excl F/s, 3Beds(Bics), Lnge, Drm, Fireplace, FK, MQ, Garage, Encl, 496 m², B/Bars. MISHKAAH 079 521 4355

Let the PROFESSIONALS take care of all your housing needs

CALL MARK ANTHONY TODAY

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call MARK ANTHONY 083 482 4250/021 704 2160

Everything we touch turns to SOLD WETTON 021 761 0707

Urgently

need properties for my approved buyers in

DOUBLESTORY 5 beds(bics), lounge, dining room, fully fitted kitchen, second lounge upstairs, mes, 3 bathrooms, garage +++ 2 beds seperate entrance

ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289

Portands R469 000

New Woodlands R339 000

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

3 beds, fitted kitchen, lounge, freestanding

ELSIES RIVER CLARKE ESTATE R249 000

TAFELSIG R299 999

STRANDFONTEIN R620 000

KENSINGTON MEWS R495 000

extended 2 beds, family bathroom, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, garage - fully enclosed

3 beds, laminated floors, fully-fitted kitchen, spacious tiled lounge, open fire-place, tiled bathroom with shower, garage (potential seperate entrance) - freestanding

3 beds fully-fitted kitchen, lounge, family bathroom + entertainment area, garage +++sparkling swimming pool

3 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathroom

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/082 673 1503 ANTHONY ARENDSE 082 673 1503 021 704 0289 New Tafelsig R280 000

Negotiable Commision

Westgate (Close to Virgin Active) R395 000

Portlands R599 000

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

HEAD OFFICE WETTON 021 761 0707

MITCHELL’S PLAIN OFFICE 021 391 2200

Riyard Abrahams 083 420 8989 riyard@aidaprospur.co.za

CLAREMONT OFFICE 021 671 0512

OUR SERVICES INCLUDES 1. We do Bonds and are contracted to all the Major Banks 2. We stop auctions as well as buy Distress Properties 3. Free Beetle, Electrical & Plumbing Inspections 4. We offer Bridging Finance to our Sellars 5. Free Will’s drawn up, Ordinary as well as Shariah Complaint 6. Winding up of Estates 7. Assisting in appointing an executor if a beloved partner or family member has deceased 8. Free Property related Advice

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

3 beds (stunning built in cupboards), laminated floors, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge, bathroom + Garage

2/3 beds, lounge + diningroom, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom +++ fully enclosed large grounds

Retreat R899 000

Summer Greens R495 000

Rocklands R299 000

3 large bedrooms (bics), bath and shower, fitted kitchen, tiled lounge and dining-room + fire-place, seperate entrance, carport and garage +++ swimming pool in 'sought-after area’

lovely 2 beds, fitted kitchen, spacious tiled lounge, family bathroom, indoor Jet Master fireplace, carport

3 beds, fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, enclosed, spacious yard

Beautiful 4 beds (main en-suite), bics and laminated floors, 3 bathoooms, fully fitted kitchen, lounge and diningroom, garage and carport for 2 cars, burglar bars +++ entertainment area

Urgently

need properties in the following areas for my approved buyers : Coniston Park / Sheridon Park, Strandfontein, Seawinds, Grassy Park, Mitchells Plain, Retreat and Lakeview Please call

ANTHONY ARENDSE : 021 704 0289 082 673 1503

Need an agent to sell your house fast and efficiently? Call ANTHONY ARENDSE 021 704 0289/082 673 1503


SPORT 13

PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Maroon Machine misfires against Hammies LIAM MOSES

and fed flyhalf Shane Vallender for a try against the run of play. Scrumhalf Dustin Jinka converted the try. Maties dominated territory and possession from the kick-off, but failed to convert their superiority into points. The Maroon Machine made regular incursions into the Hammies 22 in the first half, but were rebuffed by determined defence each time. Maties could only alter the scoreboard through penalties and Potgieter went on to score a further three and miss two attempts in the blustery conditions in Green Point. The first half finished with the visitors leading 9-7 and Hammies missed an opportu-

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amiltons put in a resolute defensive performance to overcome Maties in the Western Province Club Rugby Super League A in Green Point on Saturday. Super League A log leaders Maties were expected to come out on top against their title rivals, after notching up a 29-7 victory in the first round. The match looked to be going to script it when Maties flyhalf JH Potgieter put his side in the lead with a penalty after five minutes. But Hamiltons hit back just three minutes later, taking the lead when inside centre Morgan Newman burst through a gap

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“They Bug You We Bug Them!”

CEMENT R75.00 Del.

line. Dean Grant added the extras to narrow the deficit to just one point. Jinka gave his side some breathing room six minutes later when he nailed a penalty attempt and Hammies managed to hold out for a memorable 20-16 victory over the mighty Maties. The win sees Hamiltons surge to the top of the Super League A table with 54 points, while Durbanville-Bellville hold second place with 53 points after a 17-17 draw against regional rivals Bellville RFC on Saturday. UCT are third on 40 points after their game against Helderberg was postponed because of waterlogged fields at Groote Schuur.

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nity to reclaim the lead early in the second, when Jinka skewed a penalty attempt. He made up for the miss in the 48th minute when his kick into the Maties’ try area was gathered by Terry Jacobs for Hamiltons’ second try. Jinka converted and then goaled a penalty in the 61st minute to help his side open up a 17-9 lead. Maties refused to accept defeat and renewed their assault on the Hammies try-line after sending in reinforcements from the reserves’ bench. The breakthrough finally came in the 30th minute, when Maties were awarded a penalty try when the referee ruled that Hammies had collapsed a maul destined for the try-

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

Spacious Home in Hazendal for Sale –R1.5m

Lovely home with lots of grounds! 3 beds (1 with walk in closet), 1 bathroom with shower and bath. Lounge, Dining room, Fitted Kitchen. Jet master fireplace, undercover braai area, big pool and garage. Remote control gate, drive way for about 5 cars

ATHLONE, BELGRAVIA, VANGUARD EST BRIDGETOWN, SILVERTOWN, PENLYN EST RYLANDS, SURREY EST, WELCOME EST, BELTHORN GREENHAVEN, HEIDEVELD, CRAWFORD

BELTHORN ESTATE

WYNBERG R610 000 neg

PROPERTY EXPO Please come and join us on the 23rd & 24th August 2013 at KENILWORTH CENTRE for further info on the EXPO call our office 021 703 3466

Perfect for student accommadation, no levies, business zoned

Neat 2 Beds with enclosed stoep

PAM DAMON 073 344 9161

BASIL WEAVER 082 414 8232

WYNBERG FLAT R499 000 neg

WELCOME ESTATE R1.2 MIL neg

VANGUARD R890 000 neg

2 Bedroom Flat in secure complex

Fully secured neat 4 Bed family home with pool

Fully enclosed 3 Bedroom with grannyflat

GRAHAM CLASSEN 083 741 4953

PEDRO VISAGIE 072 508 8023

PEDRO VISAGIE 072 508 8023

PAM DAMON

3 Bed home for Sale in Athlone – R825 000

Lovely 3 bedroom home. (Main bed has an en-suite, jacuzzi style bath with shower over), Family bathroom. Open plan lounge, dining room and kitchen. Fireplace in lounge. Undercover and secure carport parking for 3 cars. Large backyard with braai area and space for a pool or jungle qym.

BASIL WEAVER

Contact Lucinda 082 936 2849

Bayview Strandfontein – R530 000

3beds main bed ensuit, bic x2, fully fitted kitchen, lounge, laundry room carport burglar bars throughout the house, sliding gate, fully enclosed.

GRAHAM CLASSEN

Lentegeur – R399 000

FREE VALUATIONS FREE PROPERTY ADVICE

3 beds fully fitted kitc, lounge, dinette, fam bathroom, carport with sliding gate, fully enclosed yard.

House for Sale in Penlyn Estate – R850 000

PEDRO VISAGIE

3 Bedrooms, BIC in main bedroom, Fitted Kitchen and Lounge Family bathroom with hand shower over bath. 1 Bedroom separate entrance with open plan kitchen and lounge. Very big yard. Parking for 8 cars behind electronic sliding gate. Property is Fully Enclosed.

Call office 021 696 4114

Contact Yumna 084 712 1342

WAYNE STADLER

Experienced agents needed please send CV to Yumna@durrestates.com

Zhauns Corner, Unit 5, Albert Road, Lansdowne

www.pamgolding.co.za

www.durrestates.com KEVIN SMEDA

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FLYER: DHL Western Province wing Cheslin Kolbe (centre) is tackled by Elgar Watts (left) and Boom Prinsloo (right) of the Cheetahs during an Absa Currie Cup match at DHL Newlands on Saturday. Province narrowly won 15­14. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/GALLO IMAGES

GOING NOWHERE: Maties player Keith Chennoworth (centre) is held by Hamiltons’ Ashley Clark during a WP Club Rugby Super League A match in Green Point on Saturday. Hammies won 20­16. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/GALLO IMAGES

TALK TO THE HAND: Graham Geldenhuys (right) of Rondebosch Boys hands off Joel MacQuene (left) of SACS during a match in Claremont on Saturday. Rondebosch won 18­17. PHOTO: PETER HEEGER/ GALLO IMAGES


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PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNE Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Fulham’s 10th anniversary tourney In celebration of Fulham Football Club’s 10th anniversary, the club will host the Tournament of Hope on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 October. The tournament will be hosted in Mitch-

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Six young Mitchell’s Plain residents will take on the best South Africa has to offer at the national finals of the Kia Sorting Chance Soccer Street Soccer programme. The Good Hope street soccer team won the Western Cape Provincial final in Gugulethu on Wednesday 14 August, beating Orlando Pirates street soccer team 2-1 in the final. Good Hope will fly to Johannesburg next month, in hopes of claiming a place in the national final on Saturday 14 September and a trip to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil if they win. The national final will be the culmination of over six months of street soccer matches in Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg,

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