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he Supreme Court of Appeals recently ruled against parastatal Telkom, who since 2016 went ahead and unlawfully erected seven cellphone masts – five of which are in the northern suburbs of Cape Town. Two were erected in Brackenfell, and one each in Durbanville, Welgelegen and Goodwood. At the time, Telkom planned to install 135 masts across Cape Town and went ahead and installed seven masts without obtaining approval from the City’s planning department, arguing that the municipal planning bylaw does not apply to them as a parastatal. The judgment was delivered on 25 September and followed on from an appeal Telkom lodged after the Western Cape High Court ruled in the City’s favour. In 2016, the City became aware of these masts after residents lodged complaints. “Telkom argued that they were free to install cellphone towers wherever they deem fit, irrespective whether the land is zoned for that use or not,” Mayco member for spatial planning and environment Marian Nieuwoudt, said in a statement to the media last week. “I’m pleased that the Supreme Court of Appeals dismissed this argument and that the judgment concurs with the order from the Western Cape High Court last year that Telkom is bound by the municipal planning by-law like all other developers and landowners in Cape Town.” She explains that all land in the City have a base zoning that determines how the land

may be developed and what it can be used for. This zoning, among others is stipulated in the municipal planning bylaw. “The unanimous judgement affirmed the City’s constitutional mandate to regulate the use of land within its municipal borders,” she said. “The court dismissed Telkom’s argument that it was free to install cellphone masts – at a location of its choice and without prior approval from the City,” she said. In 2016 Telkom built a base station and cellphone mast in Leetchfield Crescent, Vredekloof, in breach of the municipal bylaw. After being notified by the City to remove the tower, Telkom approached the Western Cape High Court to challenge the constitutionality of the bylaw in terms of the companies’ telecommunications mast infrastructure policy. Residents were astonished to see the Telkom mast suddenly arise in the far corner of a big guest house, bordering three other properties in close proximity. Leon Brynard, manager of the Vredekloof City Improvement District said: “It raised suspicion as nobody was aware of this planned tower. Residents just awoke one morning, and the tower was there. No plans were advertised, and no public comment solicited.” Brynard welcomed the judgement. He said residents ultimately do not want the unsightly tower near their homes, but fear that the process going forward, will merely be rubber-stamped. Niewoudt said, Telkom still has an opportunity to appeal to the Constitutional Court. “The City will wait until the end of this period which expires on 16 October 2019, to decide,” she said.

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yd vlieg en hier is ons weer op die drumpel van ons tweede jaarlikse Karaoke soos ’n Ster-kompetisie. Hierdie jaar se kompetisie was ’n reusesukses en is deur die begaafde Feodossia Charles van Blue Downs gewen. Charles het honderde ander uitgestof om uiteindelik tydens ’n gala-geleentheid in die Bellville as die kampioen gekroon te word en het met pryse ter waarde van duisende rande weggestap. Vanjaar kan deelnemers uitsien na ’n halfeindronde wat op 30 Januarie volgende jaar by die sepie Suidooster se studio’s in Montague Gardens gehou word. By hierdie

halfeindronde word die 10 deelnemers wat aan die eindronde gaan deelneem deur elektroniese stemming bepaal. Die eindronde gaan op 28 Maart volgende jaar in die Kraaifontein-stadsaal gehou word. Charles het sedert haar oorwinning by verskeie geleenthede, onder meer by die gewilde Grandjol, opgetree. “Dit was voorwaar ’n groot voorreg om as die eerste wenner van Karaoke soos ’n Ster gekroon te word. Ek wil net aan deelnemers sê dat dit baie deure vir hulle kan oopmaak,” sê Charles. Cecilia Hume, TygerBurger se redakteur, het alle talentvolle sangers genooi om hul video’s in te stuur. “Ons wil voortbou op die eerste een en die kompetisie groter maak as

wat dit was. Al kan jy nie self sing nie, weet jy dalk van iemand wat kan. Ek wil dit net weer benadruk dat hierdie kompetisie oop is vir enige Suid-Afrikaner. Jy kan in enige van die 11 nasionale tale en enige genre sing,” sê Hume. Met die vorige kompetisie kon baie mense se video’s weens swak kwaliteit nie gebruik word nie. Om te voorkom dat jou video uitgegooi word let asseblief op die volgende: . Vat jou tyd om die video te neem. As jy nie self kan nie, vra iemand om dit te neem. . Maak seker daar is genoegsame lig. . Moenie tydens ’n karaoke opneem nie. Die klank is gewoonlik swak. . Moenie probeer om jou stem kunsmatig aan te pas nie, ons gaan jou uitvang. WhatsApp video’s na 076 939 6536.

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Korreksies: Volgens die redaksionele beleid van TygerBurger verwelkom ons voorstelle en kommentaar oor die koerant se inhoud en stel ons beduidende foute so gou as moontlik reg. Stuur asb. inligting oor die regstelling van foute in die koerant aan die ombudsman van Media24 se Gemeenskapspers, George Claassen, by george.claassen@media24.com of skakel 021 851 3232 of 083 543 2471. Lesers kan ook klagtes oor die inhoud by die Persombudsman van Suid-Afrika, mnr. Johan Retief, aanhangig maak. Skakel in daardie geval gerus ( 011 484 3612/8, stuur 'n faks na ( 011 484 3619 of 'n e-pos na nakhanyim@ombudsman.org.za or johanr@ombudsman.org.za

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TygerBurger en Media24 het nie ondersoek en vasgestel of enige van die dienste of produkte geadverteer die verlangde resultate of uiteinde sal hê nie. Lesers moet asseblief kennis neem dat sommige van die beloofde resultate in hierdie advertensies buitengewoon is en dalk selfs onmoontlik is om te behaal. Sommige van die prosedures en beloftes geadverteer mag dalk gevaarlik wees indien nie uitgevoer deur 'n gekwalifiseerde mediese praktisyn nie. Lesers word gewa a rs ku d a t h u l l e d i e a d ve r tee rd e r s e geloofwaardigheid en besonderhede deeglik moet ondersoek. TygerBurger en Media24 aanvaar geen aanspreeklikheid vir enige van die geadverteerde dienste of produkte nie.

Michelle Phillips (Daniel and Friends Fund), Eileen Carstens (The Foshchini Group), Lianie le Roux (Daniel and Friends Fund), Bianca van Nieuwholtz (The Foschinie Group), Kate Laurie (Daniel and Friends Fund), Sanet Frans (The Foshchini Group) and Michelle Adams (Ambassador for Daniel and Friends Fund). PHOTOS: CANDICE RODRIGUES

Some 200kg dagga was confiscated by police, and two men arrested after a high-speed chase through Brackenfell on Sunday night. An Amarok bakkie transporting 194 bundles of dagga, sped down Protea Road without its lights on at about 22:30 when a security officer of Capital security spotted it. Suspecting something was amiss the officer along with local neighbourhood watch patrollers, pursued the driver while alerting police for assistance. The chase ensued down Protea Road and in the direction of Bellville South. “The officer managed to stop the vehicle by forcing the driver off the road at an intersection at the corner of Peter Barlow and Voortrekker roads in Bellville,” says Ruben Myburgh, head of Capital Security. Police arrived minutes later to find the dagga weighing 200kg on the back of the vehicle. The driver was arrested. It later transpired that the dagga was offloaded from a truck in Eskom Road, Brackenfell. “Police returned to this location where the truck driver was then arrested,” says Myburgh. A reliable source informed TygerBurger, that it was members of the neighbourhood watch that kept track of the truck after the drop-off. “The challenges in our line of every day tasks performing crime prevention duties and strategies with our partners and stakeholders, will always remain at a level of high alert,” says Myburgh. Bellville police spokesperson Capt Jonathan Blankenberg confirmed the arrest. The two men both in their forties were detained at Bellville police station and appeared in Bellville magistrate’s court yesterday (8 October).

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artnership policing resulted in four arrests in Brackenfell last week. A 32-year-old burglar was caught by the owner of the house he broke into in Reservoir Street on Wednesday (2 October). The housekeeper caught the suspect in the house at about 11:00. “He gained entry to the house by forcing open the bathroom window. The housekeeper ran out and alerted a neighbour, who in turn contacted the homeowner who is also a member of the neighbourhood watch,” says Capt Erica Crous. He obtained a description of the burglar and alerted a local security company. A search ensued in the area, and a man matching the description was found in Suikerbossie Street. “The homeowner identified his laptop and jewellery in the man’s possession,” says Crous. He was arrested and charged by Brackenfell police. On Thursday (3 October) three more men were arrested with the help of residents. “Sgt Etienne Jonas and Const Craig Saai-

ers received a complaint of two suspicious men in Kruin Street, Protea Heights, who allegedly attempted to break into vehicles. The men was pointed out to police by a local security officer and a member of the public. “The two men aged 21 and 27 both from Kraaifontein were taken to Brackenfell police station where it was later established that the car radio, skateboard and memory sticks in their possession was stolen from a vehicle earlier that day in Suikerbossie Street,” A third suspect was arrested at 12:00 the same day after being spotted walking down Crammix Road carrying a television. “He claimed that he found the television standing outside against a wall,” says Crous. Police nevertheless detained him and it was later established that the television was stolen from a house broken into in Flamingo Street. Crous says none of these arrests would have been made was it not for the vigilance and cooperation from local neighbourhood watches and security companies, being the eyes and ears of the police. All four the suspects appeared in Kuils River magistrate’s court on charges ranging from housebreaking to theft.

Mandrax worth R7.8 million confiscated Following a police sting operation, a 39-year “Two big bags filled with mandrax tablets old man was arrested when mandrax with were found in the boot of the vehicle,” says an estimated street value of R7.8 million van Wyk. and ammunition was found in his posses“Further investigation resulted in the sion in Brackenfell. searching of three premises in Stikland, Police crime intelliBrackenfell and Kraaigence, special task force, fontein where various flying squad and provinbags containing drugs cial detectives conducted and ammunition were the intelligence-driven recovered”. operation at a business The man was arrested, park in Brackenfell on and appeared in the Blue Thursday, 3 October. Downs magistrate’s According to provincial court on Monday mornpolice spokesperson Capt ing on charges of dealing FC van Wyk, a black in drugs, possession of BMW was stopped in the Madrax tablets with a street value drugs and illegal possesbusiness park and of R7.8 million and ammunition were sion of ammunition. searched. confiscated. PHOTO: CAPT PIET SMIT – Desirée Rorke

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Brackies neem afskeid: Matrikulante van skole regoor die Kaap wat in 2014 in graad 7 aan die Laerskool Brackenfell was, is Woensdag 2 Oktober op gebruiklike wyse deur hul alma mater in die skoolsaal onthaal. Hierdie tradisionele funksie bied aan die oud-Brackies die geleentheid om die vreugdevolle herinneringe van hul laerskooldae met hul maats en voormalige onnies te deel voor hul matriek eindeksamen wat eersdaags begin. Op die foto is oud-Brackies van Paarl Gimnasium, Hoër Jongenskool Paarl, Hoër Meisie Skool Paarl, Boland Landbouskool, Labori Hoër, en plaaslike hoërskole Bellville, Brackenfell, DF Malan en Stellenberg saam met Brackies se adjunkhoof Louis Redelinghuys wat aan die einde van die jaar na 41 jaar by die skool aftree.

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ie spotprentkunstenaar Fred Mouton is vanjaar 50 jaar in diens van Die Burger en die gedenkboek 50 Jaar met Fred het pas op die rak verskyn. Ons het met die samesteller, Bun Booyens, gesels:

minder as een prent vir elke maand. Gelukkig kies goeie spotprente eintlik hulself. ’n Prent sonder enige teks of spraakborrel is gewoonlik ’n goeie een. Wat is Fred se sterkpunt? Waarskynlik sy vaardigheid as kunste-

Hoe het die projek begin? Nadat ek in 2016 klaargemaak het as redakteur by Die Burger, het ek begin om van Fred se spotprente te skandeer, want ek was bang dat dit kon wegraak, soos met die koerant se vorige twee spotprentkunstenaars s’n. Dit het toe nogal langer gevat as wat ek gedog het dit sou, want daar was meer as 5 000 spotprente in bokse in sy kantoor. Toe ek klaar was, het ek gedog ek kon nou maar net sowel deurdruk en ’n boek saamstel. Hoe het jy toe uit daardie 5 000 die sowat 500 gekies wat in die boek gekom het? Wel, uit daardie syfer kan jy sien hoe moeilik dit was: dalk een uit elke 10 prente het die paal gehaal. Vir elke jaar van Fred se vyf dekades kon ek gemiddeld net 10 prente kies –

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redakteur af. Fred het onder sewe van die 10 redakteurs in Die Burger se geskiedenis gewerk en elk het maar sy eie manier van doen gehad. Ek dink wel een van Fred se onderskatte talente is dat hy ook baie fyn met woordspeling is. Hy kies die woorde in sy prente presies. Kyk maar net na spraakborrels van daardie klein muise wat hy altyd iewers in sy sketse wegsteek.

Het sy tekenstyl oor die jare verander? Ja, want hy was baie jonk – in sy vroeë twintigs – toe hy vir Die Burger begin teken het. Ek gesels met hom daaroor in die boek. Hy het aanvanklik meestal met ’n pen geteken en toe later oorgeslaan na ’n fyn kwassie, en dit het sy styl meer vloeiend gemaak. Ek dink die belangrikste verandering was in die vroeë 1980’s toe hy vir die eerste keer spraakborrels begin gebruik het. Skielik kon twee karakters in die prent met mekaar begin gesels. Dit het dinge nogal verander.

Wat maak sy werk uniek? Die blote feit dat hy nou reeds vir 50 jaar teken, beteken sy werk dek ’n halfeeu se geskiedenis in beeld. Jy sien Suid-Afrika se geskiedenis amper as ’n strokiesprent – en nie net die politiek nie, ook die kleiner dinge, soos die koms van televisie, die wel en wee van ons sportspanne en so aan. Jy sien die hele sirkus verbykom.

Fred se prente wys dikwels hoe gewone mense die politiek beleef, soos hier met die streng waterbeperkinge van 2017.

Wie dink daardie woorde uit? Die redakteur Fred self? Dit hang waarskynlik van die

Wie sal die boek geniet? Ek hoop enigiemand. Dis nie ’n comic nie. Dit is iets tussen ’n lees- en kykboek, met inligtingskassies en lekker vertellings van hoe Fred te werk gegaan het om sekere karakters en prente te skep. Hy teken ook graag huishoudelike tonele en daar is altyd interessante besonderhede daarin. Die mense hier in die noordelike voorstede sal hulself in die prente herken, want Fred woon hier in Vredelust.

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V Deon Groot is op Vrydag 11 Oktober by die Jamrock-teater in Brackenfell. Deure open om 18:30 en die vertoning begin om 20:00. Kaartjies kos R120 en daar sal ’n kontantkroeg beskikbaar wees. Bespreek by info@jamrock.co.za.

V Unmasked, a show by two local performers and long-time friends Robin Pieters and Craig Lucas will be at the Artscape on Sunday 13 October at 18:00. The show will unmask the stories of their humble beginnings to the pairs rise to stardom. From winning the hearts of South Africans in a talent show to charttopping music and sold-out shows. Tickets cost R400 and are available from Computicket or from Artscape Dial-a-seat on 021 421 7695.

V The Albert Frost Trio will be at Die Boer theatre restaurant on Friday 11 October at 20:30. Frost (acoustic and electric guitar) comes together with Schalk Joubert (bass guitar) and Jonno Sweetman (drums) to form one of the finest rhythm sections in the country. Tickets are R155 and available at 021 979 1911 or online at www.dieboer.com

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V The Pedestrians, a local multi-genre band will perform for free at the V&A Waterfront’s Amphitheatre on Saturday 12 October at 19:00. The all-male group has performed at wellknown festivals such as the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, the Heart Festival and Huawei K-Day.

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V Beethoven’s Missa Solemnis will be performed by the Symphony Choir of Cape Town along with the UCT (SACM) orchestra on Tuesday 15 October at 19:30 at the Sarah Baartman Hall at UCT. Tickets are R160 and available at Quicket. V Smash Hit Radio is currently on at the Barnyard Theatre at the Tyger Valley Shopping Centre until Sunday 20 October. The show features a 10-piece cast of musicians and singers and covers 60 years of hit songs. From Louis Armstrong to Ed Sheeran, from Elton John to Lynyrd Skynyrd, UB40 to Bob Segar. Tickets are R165 and available from www.barnyardtheatre.co.za or 021 914 8898.


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eing nominated in the 2019 World Travel Awards puts Cape Town International Airport in the “global spotlight in a positive way”. This is according to the airport’s general manager Deon Cloete who told TygerBurger recognition of this sort affirms their ability to deliver on international standards and benchmarks. “We never take accolades for granted and remain humbled by it. They are testament to all of the entities that make us the airport value chain. Our success is a tribute to our airport partners,” Cloete said about the nomination. He added that more infrastructure devel-

opments can be expected at the airport. “We have an ambitious development programme planned for the next five years. We are realigning our runway, building a new domestic arrivals terminal and a new international arrivals terminal. If all goes according to plan we will have the contractor set up site in the first part of 2020.” Mayor Dan Plato visited the airport on Tuesday 1 October to encourage tourists and local travellers to vote for Cape Town International Airport in the 2019 World Travel Awards. “The airport is a world-class facility and is a worthy contender for the World’s Leading Airport award. The airport is a vibrant and busy space which processes 11 million passengers each year. The facility is the first

impression that people get when arriving in the city and tourists and locals experience its efficiency. The airport has already been recognised as the best on the continent and we are now aiming to make it the best airport in the world. We are competing against Dubai, Cancun and Melbourne, among others, for the global title and we need your vote to take home this award,” said Plato in a statement. Cape Town is currently the holder of the World’s Leading Festival and Events Destination. At the recent Africa and Indian Ocean World Travel Awards in June this year, Cape Town was again voted Africa’s Leading Festival and Events Destination for the second consecutive time. Table Mountain won the title of Africa’s Leading Tourist

Attraction and Cape Town International Airport won Africa’s Leading Airport. All three contenders are now in the running for the prestigious world title at the 2019 World Travel Awards. According to James Vos, Mayco member for economic opportunities and asset management, the airport is set to undergo an expansion programme to the value of R7 million over the next five years. “This capital investment will make a meaningful contribution to the local economy through much needed employment and business expansion opportunities.” To vote for Cape Town International Airport, visit www.worldtravelawards.com.’ Voting closes at midnight on Sunday 20 October.


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o many Danny Brown is known as the father of Elsies River. Come rain or shine, he makes it his daily mission to uplift the community whether it be by helping the elderly or by doing motivational talks at schools in the area. The 76-year-old is one of three finalists in the 70 to 80 year category of this year’s Community Champions Elders Awards. The awards are presented by TygerBurger, People’s Post and City Vision in partnership with Spec-Savers. Because so many people live in darkness, Brown says he is determined to be the “light” in people’s lives. “I’m passionate about giving back to my community because this is where I grew up and also raised my children. Every Monday and Wednesday, we provide the elderly with coffee and meals at the Elsies River Multi Purpose Centre. To make it fun, we also have sports days and social dances for the elderly,” says Brown who is also passionate about athletics. “Some of our people live in darkness in their homes, and in this safe space, I aim to be the light in their

lives.” He arranges for sandwiches to be distributed to Clarke Estate, where he engages with the community, which include troubled youth who faces many challenges. “Schools invite me to speak to the learners who face disciplinary hearings and to do motivational talks with learners. I also speak to the young boys who are eager to join gangs and encourage them that there is more to life. They just need to look for the light and remain levelheaded. One of the things I believe in is discipline.” Brown is also president of the Elsies River Athletics Club. This sport is something he has always been passionate about. His secret, of still being “on the go”, he says, is as a result of his healthy lifestyle. “I have never smoked nor had a sip of alcohol in my life. For the past 43 years, one of my biggest commitments was running. This is something I don’t only do for my health, but my mind and spirit too.” Through his journey in athletics, Brown learned that a big lack in the community is sporting facilities. “In 1963 (at the age of 20), we started the athletics club to encourage youngsters to focus on their mental and physical health.

There are about 50 athletes in the club and they participate in road running, marathons and cross country.” He explains why it’s important for him to give back: “When I see people, I want to give them hope. I’m always an ear and always available for anyone who needs to talk, or someone who just wants to be uplifted. We always need to show each other love.” Francis Olivier (81) says Brown has been “an angel” to her for the past five years: “He’s always helping me get around and is such a lovely and friendly man.” Goodwood resident, Roseline Marinus, says she has known Brown for the past 50 years and he has not changed since: “He has always been a man for the community, doing good and giving back. He plays the role of father-figure to many of the youth in Elsies River, even those who want to become gangsters. We are blessed to have a man like him set an example of this nature.” V The winners of the awards will be announced at a morning tea on 12 October in Cape Town. Winners and runners-up will walk away with Shoprite vouchers and other prizes sponsored by TygerBurger, People’s Post, City Vision and Spec-Savers.

Danny Brown is as fit as a fiddle.PHOTO: TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS

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RACINE EDWARDES @raeedwardes Lydia Nogaga, a 76-year-old resident from Masiphumelele has been nominated for a Community Champions Elders Award by subcouncil 19 chair, Patricia Francke. She is one of the top three finalists in the 70 to 80 year category of the awards presented by TygerBurger, People’s Post and City Vision in partnership with Spec-Savers. Lydia, who previously worked with children, has been running a club called Yizani Sibonisane Seniors’ Club since 2015. The club meets every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10:00 to 14:00. “I found out that the old people are left alone at home. Their children are

working and some of them can’t do much. To sit at home doing nothing – or to be left with children – is not good for them,” she says, adding that she had another seniors’ club previously but could not continue due to lack of support. The club has about 52 elders, including those with physical and mental challenges, who take part in the activities planned by Lydia and Thabisa Manyase, who began assisting her after the club had begun. Thabisa says: “I make the food, ask for donations, and make a plan for funding. Lydia started before me, and after I left my job at Pick n Pay, I just wanted to do something that’s worth it and feels like I’m doing something different.” She says it is fulfilling to do the work she

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Thabisa Manyase and Lydia Nogaga run the seniors’ club in Masiphumelele. PHOTO: RACINE EDWARDES

does, to cater to the sometimes forgotten members of the community. The club receives donations from Pick n Pay, Food Lover’s Market and Checkers Muizenberg; and they are in the process of applying for funding from the department of social development, “but it’s very difficult,” says Thabisa. Lydia says the club is important because it keeps the minds and bodies of the seniors active. “We do exercise in the morning and then after that we do a little prayer, eat our breakfast and then do sewing.” Francke, who believes Lydia is deserving of the recognition, wrote in her nomination: “Lydia assists the elderly by getting their medication, taking it to their homes and supplying them with their necessary needs. “She loves what she’s doing for the community and always strives to do more where she can.” The club needs wool, pots and donations for petrol to pick up and drop off seniors on each day that the club meets. V To donate of for more information call Thabisa on 076 871 2511 or email tmanyase@rocketmail.com. V The winners of the awards will be announced at a morning tea on Saturday 12 October in Cape Town. Winners and runners-up will walk away with Shoprite vouchers and other prizes sponsored by TygerBurger, People’s Post, City Vision and Spec-Savers.

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How do you explain cruel world to child Have you ever just stared at your child while they’re asleep? All you see on their angelic face is innocence and purity. Their thoughts only consist of wanting milkshake, playing with friends, eating M&M’s and just being purely happy. They are not aware of the dangers that lurk outside. While driving to a doctor’s appointment with my six-year-old daughter, the news of 19-year-old Uyinene Mrwetyana’s murder was being discussed on a commercial radio station. Mrwetyana, a UCT student, was raped and killed, allegedly by a 42-year-old employee at the Clareinch post office in Claremont. During this time, my six-yearold was buckled up in the back seat. I thought she was playing with her toys as she always does. But to my surprise, she was attentively listening to the discussion. Then all of a sudden she blurted out a question I thought I’d never have to explain until she’s a bit older. Her question was: “Mommy, what does it mean when they say her body was found?” This moment was the death of me. I paused and had to think of the most subtle way to answer her question. My response? I struggled with a response for quite some time until I said, “We live in such a cruel world that sometimes there are people who kill others.” I didn’t know how else to break it down to her. One would assume that as a journalist who works in areas in the Cape Flats, it would be easy to explain the plague to my child, but it’s unfortunately not that simple. When I reflect back on my childhood, I recall not having knowledge about murders and rapes, yet today we need to be informing our children about it to keep them from harm’s way. At six years old, questions I posed to my parents included me wanting to play hopscotch or three-sticks in the street with friends. Not questioning about what it means when people say “‘her body was found”. My mother allowed me to play outside until the street lights came on. Today, I won’t allow my daughter to set foot outside the house unless I’m with her, and that’s even if it’s in the garden. We could play hide-and-seek outside back then, but today if our children should do the same there is no guarantee that we will see our child again. I know that seems a bit dramatic to say, but it’s so true. That very place that your child decides to hide, could be the very place a perpetrator catches him or her. Sleepovers? Allowing our children to go out to sleepovers today is not as simple as it was when we were children. Of the many first thoughts that come to mind when I think of that is, “who will protect my child while I’m not around? Will her innocence be taken advantage of? Is she safe? Will someone look at her in an appropriate manner, thinking inappropriate thoughts?” The simplicity of being a child in today’s society has been jeopardised by so many criminal elements. As a parent to a little girl, I often wonder of ways to educate my daughter about the cruelty that awaits outside while mom is not around, but how do we do this subtly? My concern in doing this is that I don’t want to infiltrate her mind with thoughts of fear, but she needs to be informed about the harsh reality we live in. – Tarryn-Leigh Solomons

“Mommy, what does it mean when they say her body was found?”

WP Media journalists shine: WP Media (publishers of People’s Post, City Vision and TygerBurger newspapers) celebrated two awards at the 2019 Diageo SA Responsible Media Drinking Awards (RDMAs). The 9th annual awards ceremony was held at the Four Seasons Westcliff Hotel in Johannesburg on Thursday 3 October. WP Media news editor Samantha Lee-Jacobs won the best up-and-coming category, with TygerBurger journalist Esme Erasmus winning the best Newspaper: Community category. Lee-Jacobs was also a finalist in the same category, while Erasmus was also a finalist in the best online category. The RDMAs recognise journalists and media at large for their efforts to positively influence perceptions and habits related to the irresponsible use of alcohol. PHOTO: RICH TOWNSEND PHOTOGRAPHY

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Spring self in en maak skoon Ek stem saam dat die Stad Kaapstad min doen aan die onderhoudskwessie van ons woonbuurte. Die vraag is net, hoekom hou inwoners nie hulle eie pad en sypaadjies skoon nie? Ek vee gereeld my straat en sypad skoon en spuit onkruid dood. Mense moet ophou wag vir iets om te gebeur en self inspring. As daar ’n parkie naby jou is, kry die bure bymekaar en sny die gras. So leer julle die mense beter ken. Plant vetplante en raak besig, dis tot voordeel van julle eie huis se waarde! Hier naby ons was ’n oom wat Brackenfell-boulevard se sypaadjies elke dag skoongemaak het – wat ’n voorbeeld vir almal. Ek dink daar was oor hom in TygerBurger geskryf.Daar is boonop mense wat vir hulle eie tuine niks voel nie. Dit laat die straat sleg lyk, so iemand moet ook aangespreek word. JOHAN GREEFF E-pos

Too old for online communities I am sending this email per a hand-me-down phone of my grandson. Nowadays, what one hears is: “Do it online”. As a pensioner, I can’t afford a computer or a fancy phone to do this – my friend was hacked and her and her husband’s accounts were cleaned out. They got hardly anything back. This online process is supposed to save paper, but now electricity is used. “Six of one and half a dozen of the other”? So when the power is off, we again hear “sorry, we’re offline, come

again later”. This after having to take two buses (if they are running) and about two hours to get there. Of course, there is no printed backup to refer to – we had them in the “old days”. Businesses should remember that not all people have or can afford this modern technology. JACKIE Parklands

Blaffende honde steur my ‘nuus tyd’ Ek sit lekker die TygerBurger en lees, en ek is “gatvol”! Ek kan nie myself hoor nie want drie bure om my het honde wat dag en nag blaf. Hulle hoor dit nie want hulle werk – die honde is aldag alleen. Wat maak ek? Ek het al met oorpluisies probeer slaap maar ek moet kan hoor as die alarm miskien afgaan. Hulle gee natuurlik nie om vir andere nie. Die honde beteken ook niks, want as hulle aldag blaf gaan niemand weet of daar iets verkeerd is nie. STANLEY KRUSE Soneike

Pavements are a huge concern Dear Stapper (“Skerp klippe op sypaadjies is ’n gevaar”, TygerBurger 18 September) I am very pleased that someone else is also concerned about many property owners taking the liberty of “decorating” the pavements in front of their homes with sharp rocks. I agree that these rocks pose a hazard and make it impossible for pedestrians or animals to walk on the pavements. The whole reason for a pavement is to provide a safe place for pedestrians to walk.

Another new tendency is for property owners to continue their gardens onto their pavements, often completely covering the pavement with shrubs, therefore also making it impossible for pedestrian access. Subject to municipal approval, homeowners should only be allowed to plant trees or lawn on a pavement and thereafter ensure that the lawn is mowed and tidy. Surely some bylaws prevent property owners from interfering with (or annexing of) municipal pavements for their own use or benefit? Come on municipal managers – do your jobs and stop homeowners from covering pavements with rocks or gardens, or soon there will be no pavements at all for people to walk on and everyone will always have to walk in the street! TAMMY COETZEE Durbanville

We’re appealing his lenient sentence In response to Clive Kihn’s and Anon from Brackenfell’s recent letters (“Justice system is failing us”, TygerBurger 25 September and “Murder was tragic and unnecessary”, TygerBurger 2 October) may I thank both for their most welcome support. I am the mother of Hilary van Rooyen who was the innocent victim of this brutal murder at her home in Durbanville on 9 May 2017 and I would further advise, the family has appealed this lenient and below minimumlevel sentence. Our appeal is due to be heard on 2 December in the Cape Town High Court when we pray true justice will prevail for our beloved Hilary and consequently restore our faith in the South African justice system. LILIAN FIELDEN Kraaifontein

Not fair to prohibit fishing in dams I have noticed that at every dam like Vygeboom, Sonstraal and Majik Forest fishing is prohibited. Personally, I believe this is really not fair. I am a respectable fisherman who loves to go and be in a peaceful environment to catch fish. I catch them, treat them like my own pets, gently release them and take any rubbish with me when I go. Please tell me, what damage am I or any other of these fishermen causing by doing this? Residents don’t mind either except for one or two that have nothing better to do than to start something. There is a lot worse that goes on in this world than some innocent fisherman doing something they love. Carp and bass are invaders yet they are still beautiful fish and I think that being allowed to fish at these dams is a lot better than kids resorting to doing other things that are not savoury. What if I had a problem with people walking around the dam? Should I make a scene? I live close to these dams and I think prohibition of fishing in these dams is really just unfair and disallowing people to fully enjoy their recreational parks. It really gets to me and a lot of others. Permit to fish Door De Kraal? What about the same permit to fish at these other dams? I have never seen anyone fishing there that make a noise or cause a disturbance for the people that stay around the dam. Seriously, having these dams in our community and then disallowing fishing in it is like dangling a carrot for a donkey on the opposite side of a fence. RICK MUNRO Email


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he historic Pink House located in Queen Street, Durbanville, has seen the light of day once more. With its heritage still firmly seeded in place, its derelict features and structure were given a magnificent make-over to bring this relic back to life. Sanlam acquired the Pink House some years ago to encompass this historical monument as part of the newly developed The Village Square, which opened on 29 November 2018. In close collaboration with Heritage Western Cape, a provincial heritage resources authority, the guidelines were set to restore this old beauty while still keeping its core intact. Furthermore, Sanlam took the

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project even further by incorporating a reconstruction and stone paving strip to commemorate the old Queen Street furrow. “Residents in and around Durbanville, even further afield Cape Town, can now be enveloped in its history while enjoying Knead bakery and coffee shop. Their café food is based on simple, unfussy processes and values, and their seasonal ingredients locally sourced,” says a spokesperson of Village Square. “The Pink House has been revived to be experienced by this generation and the next. Be the first to take a walk through the grounds and interior of the Pink House on 10 October, when Knead Durbanville will officially be opened.”

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NOTICE OF OFFICE RELOCATION The NHBRC's Bellville Customer Care Of ce has moved to a new of ce building with effect from the 27th of September 2019. Our new address is: Centennial Of ce Park, 1st Floor, East Block, Century City Boulevard in Milnerton.

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A run with a world-class view The annual Battle up Blaauwberg Hill trail run in September is an event held by the City, Friends of Blaauwberg Conservation Area, and the West Coast Athletic Club. This year was the tenth anniversary of this physically and metaphorically breath-taking event. This section of the reserve, normally not open to the public, is home to eland and red hartebeest. The route goes through the field where the Battle of Blaauwberg took place in 1806. The trail then leads to the top of the hill with its World War II lookout points and spectacular views of two world heritage sites: Table Mountain and Robben Island. Blaauwberg nature reserve protects three endangered vegetation types: Cape Flats dune strandveld, Cape Flats sand fynbos and Swartland shale renosterveld. It is South Africa's first Green Coast site designated by the Wildlife and Environment Society. The reserve hosts guided walks. For more information, see www.bca.org.za.

See: www.capetown.gov.za/thinkwater

Beat this view: From the top of Blaauwberg Hill in the City’s Blaauwberg conservation area, visitors have spectacular views of two world heritage sites: Table Mountain and Robben Island. The coastal section of the reserve is open from sunrise to sunset.

About the City’s electricity tariffs Electricity is sold at the cost of buying and providing it.

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uch has been said about the City’s electricity tariffs since the tariff hike took effect on 1 July 2019, which is the start of the new municipal financial year. Here are some important facts in a nutshell: • All the City’s tariffs that required National Energy Regulator of South Africa (NERSA) approval were approved by NERSA. • Following a public participation process the regulated and unregulated tariffs were approved by a full Council. • No profit is made from the sale of electricity. • Eskom’s tariff increased by 15,6% compared to the City’s increase of 8,8%. • Some 65% of the electricity tariff is spent on buying bulk electricity from Eskom. • The City must buy from Eskom. It has no choice, as the law dictates this. That is

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why the City is taking National Government and NERSA to court to allow it to buy some of the required energy from independent producers. • The fixed charge for electricity is not a surcharge; it is for cost recovery only. YOU HAVE THE POWER TO SAVE You hold the power to reduce your energy bills. A large part of the energy tariff is based on usage. So, if you use less, you will pay less – and will help make Cape Town a sustainable, energy-efficient city. • Turn down your geyser temperature to 60 ˚C. This will save you up to 5% on your electricity bill. For more ways to reduce electricity use, see https://savingelectricity.org.za/.

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KORTLIKS Die Stad doen sy bes om verhogings in elektrisiteitstariewe te beperk, en vanjaar het die tariewe met slegs 8,8% gestyg – veel minder as Eskom se tariefverhoging van 15,6%. Die Stad moet volgens wet by Eskom krag koop en enige tariefverhogings moet deur die nasionale energiereguleerder goedgekeur word. Boonop moet die Stad sy elektrisiteitsinfrastruktuur in stand hou en uitbrei, en daarom is ’n vaste heffing vir sommige gebruikers ingestel. Daar is verskeie maniere waarop inwoners hulle

• The City compares well with other metros, with costs being lower in many instances. The City does its utmost to keep cost increases to a minimum when tariffs are proposed. It also makes considerable provisions for the most vulnerable. The City hopes that residents and businesses understand the need for the fixed charge as a cost recovery tool to enable infrastructure maintenance.. The “buying in bulk” myth Buying electricity in bulk is not always cheaper. Only buy what you need. The lifeline, domestic and home user tariffs have two pricing blocks. The block you are charged in depends on how much you buy in a month. Buying in bulk may push you into the second block, which is more expensive and often unnecessary.

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As summer sets in, Cape Town comes to life with colourful flowers. Many of them are very rare critically endangered species, and can only be seen in the Cape from August to October. For instance, in Durbanville’s High Street greenbelt, the critically endangered Swartland shale renosterveld protects a variety of shrubs and bulbs that bloom only in spring. In Bowlers Avenue and the public open space in St John Road, also in Durbanville, remnants of Swartland shale renosterveld and other indigenous bulbs and shrubs such as the Babiana stricta (bobbejaantjie) bloom. There is also a small portion of the unique Cape Flats sand fynbos vegetation (of which less then 1% is currently conserved), with over 100 plant species recorded at this site. The City’s Recreation and Parks Department tries to accommodate this annual showing, although it also steps up mowing to cut winter growth. Mowing is not done in nature protected areas, or open spaces where a community does not want mowing. Residents who want the City to stop mowing in any area can submit a request, with evidence of support from neighbours, by sending an e-mail to RP.Enquiries@capetown.gov.za.

Worth protecting: The rare Babiana stricta (bobbejaantjie) is one of many endangered and rare plants the City the City needs your help to protect.

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KHAWUNDIBALISELE elektrisiteitsverbruik kan verminder, en kan geld spaar. Een is om hulle geisers koeler te stel. Vir nóg energiespaarwenke, gaan na https://savingelectricity.org.za/. Die Blaauwbergnatuurreservaat beskerm drie bedreigde plantspesies: Kaapse Vlakte-duinstrandveld, Kaapse Vlakte-sandfynbos en Swartland-skalierenosterveld. Die Suid-Afrikaanse natuur- en omgewingsvereniging (WESSA) het dit as die land se heel eerste groenkusterrein aangewys.

ISixeko senza konke okusemandleni ukugcina amaxabiso ombane esezantsi, kwaye kulo nyaka amaxabiso eSixeko onyuke nge-8,8% kuphela- xabiso elo elisezantsi kakhulu kwixabiso labakwa-Eskom elonyuke nge-15,6%. Ngokomthetho, iSixeko kufuneka sithenge umbane kwabakwaEskom, kwaye konke ukonyuka kwamaxabiso kufuneka kuphunyezwe yi-National Energy Regulator. ISixeko kufuneka sinononophele isakheko saso sobonelelo ngombane, kwaye ngenxa yoko siye samisela intlawulo engagungqiyo kwabanye abasebenzisi bombane. Uluntu luneendlela ezininzi olungacutha ngayo ukuse-

tyenziswa kombane kwaye lugcine imali. Ukuthoba ubushushu kwigiza yakho yenye yazo. Ngezinye iingcebiso malunga nokulondoloza umbane, jonga ku-https://savingelectricity.org.za. Indawo yolondolozo lwendalo iBlaauwberg Nature Reserve ikhusela iindidi ezintathu zezityalo ezisengozini yokufa: iCape Flats dune strandveld, Cape Flats sand fynbos neSwartland shale renosterveld. Lunxweme lokuqala lolondolozo lwendalo eMzantsi Afrika oluyi-Green Coast olwakhethwa yi-Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa.

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Check your meds City Health urges residents to do a ‘spring-clean’ of their medicine cabinets. Expired medication should never be taken, and may not be disposed of in home bins. It is also illegal to dispose of pharmaceutical waste and ‘sharps’ – such as surgical blades or syringes – in home bins. Safely dispose of expired medicines and sharps by placing them in rigid, puncture–proof plastic containers (e.g. a plastic milk bottle) and sealing them. Clearly mark the containers as “Expired medication” or “Sharps” and take them to your nearest City clinic or private pharmacy for safe disposal.

Extra clerks will be employed at the busier driving licence testing centres (DLTCs) such as Brackenfell, Durbanville, Gallows Hill, Hillstar, Joe Gqabi and Milnerton centres, with further appointments at other centres to be made on a priority basis. Long waiting times at the City’s 18 DLTCs are a common complaint. In the 2018/19 financial year, these centres administered 76 178 driving tests and 124 135 learner licence tests. They also deal with the replacement and renewal of documentation, fine payments, etc. Delays are not entirely within the

Access-to-information enquiries The City wants to raise awareness of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (PAIA) and invites residents to apply to the City for access to information. PAIA gives effect to section 32 of the Constitution, which confirms the public’s right of access to information held by the state, except for records held by the Cabinet, the courts, members of Parliament and provincial legislatures. The City has a dedicated walk-in public office, the Access to City Records Office, in the Cape Town Civic Centre to assist the public with the PAIA process. Information that can be requested includes documents, tapes, video recordings, computer files, notes or e-mails. PAIA applies to records of public and private bod-

ies. A record means any recorded information that is in possession or under the control of the public body, whether or not created by that public body. PAIA also applies to records held by independent contractors contracted by the state. In terms of PAIA, an applicant must be given access to records of a public body, provided that the applicant complies with all the procedural requirements, and that access is not refused in terms of any of the grounds of refusal contained in chapter 4 of the act. For more information and to submit requests, visit www.capetown.gov.za/CityConnect. You can also send an e-mail to access2info.act@capetown.gov.za.

Water use is down, but please still save The City thanks residents and businesses for continuing to use water sparingly. In the last week of September, average daily use was 616 Mℓ/day, less than the target of 650 Mℓ/day. Water use restrictions remain in force. Watering of gardens or irrigation with municipal drinking water is allowed only before 09:00 or after 18:00 for a maximum of one hour per day per property,

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Uitvoerende burgemeester Dan Plato moedig inwoners aan om wyksvergaderings by te woon en hulle kwessies en vrae met hulle wyksraadslid te bespreek. Die wyksvergaderings is ’n manier om na inwoners te luister, en om te bepaal waar die Stad goed vaar en waar méér gedoen kan word om aan Kapenaars se verwagtinge te voldoen. Die vergaderingrooster is te kry by www.capetown.gov.za. Die Stad het ’n nuwe eenstopinstapsentrum in die Strandstraatwandelhal wat spesifiek geskep is om kleinsakeondernemings by te staan.

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City’s control: The NaTIS system used to process transactions falls under National Government, as do the eye-testing machines required for licensing applications. The City does what it can to improve its customer service, which the additional appointees will hopefully achieve in the coming months. Other business improvement measures introduced at some centres include queue management systems, improved signage, and weekly activity reports on staff performance. Unfortunately, not all DLTCs can incorporate these measures, mostly due to a lack of space.

as follows: • on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays using soaker hose irrigation, or a bucket or watering can • on Saturdays using sprinklers or a hosepipe fitted with a self-closing spray nozzle

‘Backyarder’ services a first

Better conditions for backyarders: Since 2014, the City has installed 2 460 water and sanitation points to backyard dwellers on City rental property, and plans to install around 2 000 service points to backyard dwellers over the next three years. Cape Town was the first municipality in the country to provide services to those living as backyarders on Council-owned property. The backyarder programme started in 2014 and provides one-on-one water, refuse and electricity services to these residents. Backyarders who live on private property or on invaded land will not benefit, as the Municipal Finance Management Act determines that public money may not be used for enhancing private properties. More than R850 million has been earmarked over three years for upgrades to informal settlements and backyarder services. Of this, R713 million has been budgeted for investment in backyarder service provision and the informal settlements upgrade programme.

In addition, some R150 million is budgeted for the delivery of electricity services to the backyarder community. The growth in the number of backyarders is a direct result of rapid urbanisation and the growing need for more affordable housing closer to urban centres. Just over R1,6 billion has been budgeted over the next three financial years to provide formal subsidy houses and affordable rental opportunities near urban centres. Yet the City cannot solely rely on these options, but must also look towards enhanced backyarder services provision and informal settlements upgrades. The City will continue promoting transport-oriented development, working towards reversing apartheid spatial planning.

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Over winter, the City spent R15 million trimming trees that could have interfered with overhead electricity lines and caused power failures during storms. Now the Cape is entering the windy season, when the southeaster can cause havoc. The City asks residents to maintain their trees and vegetation near power lines to prevent power outages. Vegetation affecting overhead lines can be reported to the call centre on 0860 103 089 or at FaultReporting. Centre@capetown.gov.za.

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won "Africa's Leading Tourist Attraction", and Cape Town International Airport won "Africa's Leading Airport". All three are now in the running for the world title at the 2019 World Travel Awards, and we need your vote to help us bring home these accolades. Winning the global titles will be a great boost for the local tourism economy, which supports 300 000 jobs. Voting closes on 20 October. So, please go to www.worldtravelawards.com to cast your vote and help us achieve a hat-trick! – Executive Mayor Dan Plato

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To cut down on red tape and improve its services to entrepreneurs and small, medium and micro-enterprises (SMMEs), the City opened a Business Hub in the Strand Street concourse. This walk-in centre, an extension of the Small Business Support Office, is an easily accessible one-stop business support shop. It offers information on starting and growing a business as well as support programmes and advice; connects SMMEs and entrepreneurs with business partners, funders, support organisations or City departments; simplifies communication with the City, and provides access to new markets. • The Business Hub is open on weekdays from 08:00 to 16:00 and can be contacted on 021 417 4043 or business.support@capetown.gov.za.

encouraging you to attend. If you are not sure who your councillor is, please attend these meetings to get to know him/her and provide us with feedback on how effective your councillor is. The meeting schedule is available on the City's website. As part of being a leading city, Cape Town has been nominated in three categories at the World Travel Awards.At the World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean gala ceremony in June 2019, Cape Town – already the 2018 World's Leading Festival & Event Destination – was named "Africa's Leading Festival & Event Destination"; Table Mountain

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he ward community engagement sessions are in full swing, with all 116 wards of the City expected to have meetings where residents can discuss concerns and raise questions with their ward councillor. I have also been attending a number of these. This process is similar to the listening tour I conducted when I became Executive Mayor in November last year. It’s important that our residents feel that they're heard and acknowledged; to hear where we are doing well and where we can do more to meet expectations. As an

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KHAWUNDIBALISELE Ekstra klerke sal by die Stad se besiger rybewystoetssentrums soos Brackenfell, Durbanville, Gallows Hill, Hillstar, Joe Gqabi en Milnerton aangestel word. Die Stad se gesondheidsdepartement raai inwoners aan om hulle medisynekaste ’n slag deeglik te deursoek en op ’n veilige manier ontslae te raak van ou medisyne en ander items. Vir lede van die publiek wat op soek is na Stadsinligting is daar ’n toegewyde instapkantoor in die Kaapstadburgersentrum, waar enigeen om toegang tot inligting kan aansoek doen.

USodolophu weSigqeba uDan Plato ubongoza uluntu ukuba luzimase iintlanganiso zewadi, kwaye luxoxe ngeengxaki ezikhoyo lubuze nemibuzo kuceba wewadi leyo. Kubalulekile ukuba uluntu lumanyelwe kwaye luthathelwe ingqalelo, ukwenzela ukuba luve ukuba iSixeko siqhuba kakuhle kweziphi iinkalo kwaye singaphucula phi ukuze sifezekise iimfuno zoluntu. Ukuze ufumane ishedyuli yeentlanganiso, nceda ungene kuwww.capetown.gov.za. ISixeko sivule iZiko lenkonzo yoncedo kwezoShishino ebizwa ngokuba yi-‘one stop’ kummandla ovulelekileyo eStrand

Street ngeenjongo zokunceda amashishini asakhasayo. Kuzakuqeshwa abanye abasebenzi abancedisayo kumaziko axakekileyo okuvavanyelwa ilayisenisi yokuqhuba afana naseBrackenfell, Durbanville, Gallows Hill, Hillstar, Joe Gqabi nase-Milnerton. Icandelo lezeMpilo kwiSixeko libongoza uluntu ukuba lucoce iikhabhathi zalo zamayeza kwaye lulahle ngokukhuselekileyo amayeza aphelelwe lixesha. Kubantu abafuna ukufikelela kulwazi lweSixeko, iSixeko sinayo i-ofisi yokungena uluntu ejongene nalo msebenzi, i-Access to City Records Office, eKapa eCivic Centre.


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Making progress possible. Together.

Area North, October 2019

How the City’s electricity tariffs work Providing reliable electricity services to all Capetonians is a complex business.

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he City does what it can to make electricity accessible and affordable for all its residents. It does not profit from the sale of electricity. Of income derived from electricity sales, 65% goes to Eskom, which sells the bulk electricity to the City, 25% goes toward the maintenance of the electricity grid, and 10% to the rates account, which helps pay for shared services. This financial year, the City has been able to limit electricity tariff increases to 8,8% – much less than Eskom’s 15,6% increase – and has implemented tariffs that it believes are as equitable as possible. The City must maintain and extend its extensive electricity infrastructure (see the panel “City Electricity by the numbers”), regardless of how much electricity is sold. Tariffs and thresholds Electricity consumption is measured in kilowatt hours, and one City electricity billing unit is equal to one kilowatt hour. A kilowatt hour (kWh) is a measurement of energy where 1 000 watts of power is sustained for one hour. So, an electric heater consuming 1 000 watts and operating for one hour uses one kWh of energy. A television consuming 100 watts operating continuously for 10 hours also uses 1 kWh. The City charges households three different rates for electricity – lifeline, domestic and home user. The lifeline tariff is designed to help the poor afford a basic level of service. Please see the panel below for an explanation of the three tariffs. All three tariffs have two pricing blocks with usage thresholds. If you cross the

To compensate for the impact of this charge, home users pay less per unit for the first 600 kWh than consumers on the domestic tariff.

Home user service charge This tariff contains a service charge of R163,32 per month (R142,02 plus VAT). Money generated from the service charge helps maintain the City’s electricity infrastructure, including power lines, substations, transformers and meters.

Small-scale embedded generation There is also a small-scale embedded generation (SSEG) tariff for customers with Cityapproved grid-tied feed-in SSEG systems, such as solar photovoltaics. For more information, enter "SSEG" in the search box on the City's website.

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4 HOURS OF REFRIGERATION

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You will be charged the DOMESTIC tariff if you: • own a house valued at more than R400 000 and less than R1 000 000; • have a prepaid meter; or • consume, on average, more than 450 kWh per calendar month per year.

You qualify for the LIFELINE tariff if you: • have a prepaid meter, and • receive less than 450 units on average per month, and • live in a property with a municipal valuation of less than R400 000, or • receive a rebate (pensioner, indigent, disabled), irrespective of property value. Lifeline customers receive some free electricity, namely: • 60 kWh per month if they use less than 250 kWh (on average) per month. • 25 kWh per month if they use between 250 and 450 kWh (on average) per month. The Lifeline tariff is not to reward lowconsuming customers, but to but to help the poor afford a basic level of service.

Price for block 2

Lifeline tariff

120,09c/kWh plus VAT = 138,10c/kWh *Includes any free electricity

242,14c/kWh plus VAT = 278,46c/kWh

Domestic tariff

199,13c/kWh plus VAT = 229,00c/kWh

242,14c/kWh plus VAT = 278,46c/kWh

175,46c/kWh plus VAT = 201,78c/kWh

242,14c/kWh plus VAT = 278,46c/kWh

(below the threshold) Threshold = 350 kWh per calendar month Threshold = 600 kWh per calendar month

Home user tariff

Threshold = 600 kWh per calendar month

(above the threshold)

City Electricity by the numbers 832 km of high-voltage cables 174 km of high-voltage overhead lines 7 244 km of medium-voltage cables 345 km of medium-voltage overhead lines 22 207 km of low-voltage cables 2 871 km of low-voltage overhead lines 83 major substations 922 protected substations

KORTLIKS Van die inkomste wat die Stad uit elektrisiteitsverkope verdien, gaan 65% na Eskom, wat die elektrisiteit in groot maat aan die Stad verkoop; 25% word gebruik vir die instandhouding van die kragnetwerk, en 10% gaan na die gemeenskaplike belastingrekening. Huishoudings wat hulle krag van die Stad ontvang, betaal een van drie elektrisiteitstariewe – die hulptarief (“lifeline”), huishoudelik of tuisgebruiker. Die hulptarief is geskep om ’n basiese diensvlak binne arm mense se bereik te plaas. Inwoners wat in ’n eiendom met ’n munisipale waardasie van minder as R400 000 woon, oor ’n koopkragmeter beskik en minder as 450 eenhede per maand gebruik óf ’n Stadskorting ontvang, kom

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Price for block 1

About the three electricity tariffs You will be charged the HOME USER tariff if you: • own a property valued at more than R1 000 000, as users in this category are not regarded as destitute. This is the most equitable way found to classify the cost. Rates and services relief may still be provided depending on household income; • have a prepaid meter; or • have a credit meter, regardless of property value.

Eskom customers Eskom customers can consult www.eskom.co.za for their tariffs. They can also refer any queries directly to the Eskom national Sharecall number on 0860 037 566 or by sending an e-mail to western@eskom.co.za. • For more information about City-supplied electricity, and for tips on how to save energy, visit http://www.capetown.gov.za > Family and Home > Residential Utility Services.

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Apply for rebates and other types of financial relief The City invites property owners who are aged 60 years and older, or are indigent or dependent on social grants, to apply for financial assistance by 30 November 2019. Residents who already receive these rebates must reapply, as their three-year cycle ended in June, following the new property valuation implemented on 1 July 2019. The City has earmarked some R1,2 billion for rates rebates and R1,7 billion for indigent relief. Property owners receiving a pension or social or disability grants, and whose monthly household income is less than R17 500, may qualify for rates discounts.

Let there be light: Supplying electricity to a city with 4,2 million residents is an enormous undertaking. threshold, you will start paying more for your electricity. In other words, if you use more electricity than usual, you will end up paying a higher rate.

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2 852 unprotected substations 5 959 mini-substations 645 pole-mounted transformers 2 gas-fired generators 658 542 electricity meters 2 505 employees 966 vehicles R12 billion+ budget

A threshold increase This is a R2 500 increase in the monthly household income threshold for rates assistance. The rebates for all income bands between R4 500 and R17 500 per month have also been adjusted upwards. Property owners who are indigent and earn up to R6 000 a month, regardless of their age, are also encouraged to apply for indigent benefits, including rates rebates. Residents who are in arrears with their municipal accounts can enter into an arrangement with the City to pay these off. How to apply To apply for pensioner and social grant benefits or indigent relief, visit your nearest municipal office or www.capetown.gov.za/City-Connect. Click on "Apply", and then on "Financial relief and rebates". Download and complete the required applications form(s). Submit completed forms to any Revenue walkin office, e-mail it to indigent.relief@ capetown.gov.za, or post them to: Director Revenue, City of Cape Town, PO Box 655, Cape Town 8000. Certified copies of all relevant documentation must be included with the application. When posting a form, a certified copy of your ID or other proof of identification must be included. Residents applying for indigent registration can also send an SMS with their name and cellphone number to *134*222#. Renewal applications have been posted to existing rates rebate and indigent grant recipients. • For more information, contact the call centre on 0860 103 089.

KHAWUNDIBALISELE in aanmerking vir die hulptarief. Ál drie tariewe het twee prysblokke met gebruiksdrempels. Sodra jy die drempel oorsteek, begin jy méér vir jou elektrisiteit betaal. Die tuisgebruikertarief sluit ’n diensheffing van R163,32 per maand in. Inkomste uit die diensheffing help die Stad sy elektrisiteitsinfrastruktuur in stand hou. Die elektrisiteitsdepartement het ’n jaarlikse begroting van meer as R12 miljard, het 2 505 mense in diens, en ’n vloot van 966 voertuie. Eiendomseienaars wat 60 jaar en ouer is, as deernisgevalle beskou word of op maatskaplike toelaes staatmaak, kan teen 30 November 2019 om finansiële bystand by die Stad aansoek doen. Vir inligting bel die oproepsentrum by 0860 103 089.

Kwingeniso efunye kwintengiso yombane, i-65% ingena kwabakwa-Eskom, abathengisela iSixeko isambuku sombane, i-25% ingena kunonophelo lweziko elinobuxhakaxhaka bobonelelo ngombane, ize i-10% ingene kwiakhawunti yeentlawulo ezihlanganisiweyo. ISixeko sihlawulisa amakhaya iireyithi ezintathu ezahlukeneyo zombane-iLifeline, Domestic ne-Home User. Intlawulo ye-Lifeline yenzelwe ukunceda abo bangathethi-ntweni ukuba bakwazi ukufikelela kumgangatho wenkonzo engundoqo. Uluhlu oluhlala kwiipropati ezixabisa ngaphantsi kweR400 000, oluneemitha zombane ohlawulelwayo ngaphambi kowusebenzisa kwaye lusebenzise iiyunithi ezingaphantsi kwe-450 ngenyanga, okanye olufumana isaphulelo seSixeko kufuneka lufumane intlawulo ye-Lifeline.

Zontathu ezi ntlawulo ziinebloko ezimbini zamaxabiso, ngokweqondo lokusetyenziswa kombane. Ukuba udlulile kwiqondo lokusetyenziswa kombane, uzakuqalisa ukuhlawula kakhulu ngombane wakho. Ixabiso eliyi-Home User linentlawulo yenkonzo eyiR163,32 ngenyanga. Imali eyenziwe kule ntlawulo yenkonzo inceda kunonophelo lwesakheko sobonelelo ngombane seSixeko. ISebe lezoMbane sinoqingqo-mali lonyaka olungaphezulu kwe-R12 bhiliyoni, kwaye liqeshe abantu abayi-2 505 kananjalo linezithuthi eziyi-966. Abanini bezindlu abaneminyaka eyi-60 nangaphezulu ubudala, abo bangathathi-ntweni okanye abaxhomekeke kwizibonelelo zoncedo lukarhulumente, kufuneka benze isicelo soncedo-mali kwiSixeko ngowama-30 kweyeNkanga 2019.


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4 CITYNEWS Developing golden gloves in Dunoon The Recreation and Parks Department hosts an annual boxing tournament at the Dunoon recreational hub. This year, 200 aspiring male and female boxers, aged 11 to 40, took to the ring in various weight classes. The tournament is in its seventh year and has seen local contenders represent South Africa at top events. Many of them have returned to contribute to the Dunoon boxing programme to coach. The Dunoon recreational hub has been partnering with the Inkwenkwezi Boxing Club since 2012.

Better City service facilities and hours Since the opening of the City’s customer care office at Table Bay Mall in Sunningdale three months ago, there have been more than 2 000 accountrelated visitors, and more than 11 500 vehicle-related transactions have been completed. Staff assist customers with vehicle licence renewals and registrations, rates and services enquiries, payments for municipal accounts and traffic fines, rates rebates and indigent applications, and other services. Residents can now also visit the Goodwood motor vehicle registration and licensing (MVRL) office on Saturdays between 08:00 and 12:30, making services such as vehicle licence renewals, vehicle registrations and licence payments more convenient.

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Making progress possible. Together.

Going and growing green The City encourages green technology, and leads by example.

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he City seeks to provide and support sustainable technologies that reduce damage to the environment. Two recent examples are the extension of the City landfill gas extraction facilities, and support for an Atlantis eco-business. The City will be installing a landfill gas flaring system at the Vissershok landfill. Gas flaring converts the harmful methane gases generated by waste rotting in landfills into less-harmful carbon dioxide. Methane gas has a global warming potential some 25 times greater than carbon dioxide. Methane can also be collected and used to generate electricity or power vehicles, and the Vissershok plant has the potential to generate 2 MW of energy. The City already has gas flaring facilities at the Coastal Park and Bellville South landfill facilities, and these have destroyed methane equivalent to about 138 000 tonnes of carbon dioxide. In Atlantis, in turn, new investor Ukubuya is converting alien vegetation biomass into renewable energy for industrial heating. Their carbon-neutral briquettes can poten-

Life’s a beach: Cape Town’s 307 km coastline has more than 70 beaches.

By-law to better protect beaches

A green industry hub: The Atlantis special economic zone has attracted renewable-energy manifacturing, such as towers for wind farms. tially replace coal and paraffin, and reduce the environmental costs associated with the use of fossil fuels. The total value of Ukubuya’s investment is estimated to be R200 million and will create new, badly-needed jobs. Atlantis was declared a special economic

Illegal dumping could cost you

Vote, and help tourism growth Cape Town has done it again. At the recent World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean gala ceremony, Cape Town was voted "Africa's Leading Festival & Event Destination" for the second consecutive year. Table Mountain won the title of “Africa’s Leading Tourist Attraction” and Cape Town International Airport won “Africa’s Leading Airport”. All three are now in the running for the world title at the 2019 World Travel Awards. Capetonians can help bring these prestigious awards home by voting online at www.worldtravelawards.com. Voting is open until 20 October. Cape Town has also been named one of the world’s friendliest cities, Africa’s leading digital city, and features among

the top ten “bucket list” destinations to visit globally. Awards like these, along with Cape Town's world-class attractions, will continue to boost tourism as a key sector of the local economy, which has created more than 300 000 jobs in total. Your vote will help.

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zone (SEZ) aimed at development of the renewable-energy and green technology sector in October last year. The SEZ has already attracted investments of R680 million. Gestamp Renewable Industries, a Spanish wind tower manufacturer, alone has invested R475 million.

Persons caught dumping their waste illegally will have their vehicle seized and impounded. The vehicle will not be released until the criminal case is concluded and on receipt of the fees payable, which include an impoundment fee. The fees are R8 700 for a first offence, R11 700 for a second offence, and R17 400 for a third offence. The offender will also be fined with R5 000 for contravening the by-law . • Report illegal dumping to the corporate call centre on 0860 103 089, or on the emergency number (107 from a landline, or 021 480 7700 from a mobile).

The City has drafted a by-law to better manage, protect and improve safety along Cape Town’s coastline, which draws millions of visitors and contributes some R40 billion to the local economy each year. The proposed by-law addresses poaching or illegal fishing; harvesting, removal or damaging of indigenous coastal vegetation and other natural material; littering, pollution and dumping; encroachment of private property; measures to remove encroachments; possession of liquor or drugs; hawking or doing business illegally; launching of vessels, and issuing of fines for contraventions. Following a month-long public participation process, the draft by-law will now go before Council’s Portfolio Committee on Spatial Planning and Environment in November, and then to a full Council meeting for approval early in 2020.

Green bins on their way Residents in Richwood, Burgundy Estate, Bothasig, Edgemead, Monte Vista, Plattekloof Glen, Baronetcy Estate and Plattekloof 1, 2 and 3 will soon receive a second 140 ℓ wheelie bin with a green lid for recyclable materials. The normal refuse collection service will continue unchanged, while the green-lid bins will be emptied the next day.

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Die Stad beywer hom daarvoor om volhoubare, omgewingsvriendelike tegnologieë te voorsien en te ondersteun. Twee onlangse voorbeelde is die uitbreiding van die Stad se gasonttrekkingsfasiliteite by opvulterreine, en steun vir ’n eko-onderneming in Atlantis. Atlantis is in Oktober verlede jaar tot ’n spesiale ekonomiese sone (SES) verklaar met die oog daarop om die plaaslike sektor vir hernubare energie en groen tegnologie te ontwikkel. Sedert die Stad drie maande gelede ’n kliëntesorgkantoor by die Table Bay-winkelsentrum in Sunningdale geopen het, was daar al meer as 2 000 rekeningverwante besoekers en is meer as 11 500 voertuigverwante transaksies voltooi.

Boonop kan inwoners nou die Goodwood-kantoor vir voertuigregistrasies en -lisensies op Saterdae tussen 08:00 en 12:30 besoek. Persone wat betrap word dat hulle onwettig vullis stort, kan hulle voertuie verloor. Die Stad sal op die voertuie beslag lê en dit skut totdat die strafsaak afgehandel en enige boetes betaal is. Boetes is stewig en kan tot R22 400 vir ’n derde oortreding beloop. Die Stad het ’n verordening opgestel om die Kaapstadkuslyn beter te bestuur, te beskerm en te beveilig. Die konsepverordening sal in November voor die Raad se portefeuljekomitee oor ruimtelike beplanning en omgewing dien, waarna ’n volle Raadsvergadering dit vroeg in 2020 vir finale goedkeuring sal oorweeg.

ISixeko siceba ukubonelela kwaye sixhase iteknoloji eluqilima ethomalalisa ukonakaliswa kwendalo. Imizekelo yakutsha nje kukongezwa kwezakheko zeSixeko ezikhupha igesi kwisiza senkunkuma, kunye nokuxhasa ushishino olunegalelo kulondolozo lwezendalo e-Atlantis. I-Atlantis yabhengezwa njengommandla owodwa wezoqoqosho (SEZ) ojolise kuphuhliso lwecandelo lezamandla ombane ohlaziyekayo neteknoloji ejolise ekukhuseleni indalo kweyeDwarha kunyaka ophelileyo. Le SEZ sele itsale utyalo-mali oluyi-R680 miliyoni. Ukususela ngexesha lokuvulwa kwe-Ofisi yoNcedo lwaBaxumi beSixeko eSunningdale eTable Bay Mall

kwiinyanga ezintathu ezidlulileyo sele kuncedwe abantu abangaphezulu kwama-2 00 ngokunxulumene nee-akhawunti kwaye kuqukunjelwe iintlawulo eziphathelene nezithuthi eziyi-11 500. Uluntu ngoku lungandwendwela i-ofisi yobhaliso lwezithuthi neelayisenisi yaseGoodwood ngeMigqibelo phakathi kweye-08:00 ukuya kweye-12:30. akaliswe kakubi kwaye azinakho ukuvulwa. Abantu ababanjwe belahla inkunkuma ngokungekho semthethweni izithuthi zabo ziyakuthi zithinjwe kwaye zivalelwe. Izithuthi azisayi kukhutshwa zingekahlawulwa izohlwayo zetyala lolwaphulo-mthetho – ezifikelela kwi-R22 400 kwisigwebo sesithathu.

CITY OF CAPE TOWN AND AREA NORTH CONTACT NUMBERS Accounts and general enquiries Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . 0860 103 089 (option 1) Fax . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0860 103 090 E-mail . . . . . . . accounts@capetown.gov.za . . . . . . . . . . . . contact.us@capetown.gov.za Alcohol and drug helpline (24/7) Tel . . . . . . 0800 HELP 4 U (0800 435 748) Anti-corruption & fraud hotline Tel (anonymous, toll-free) . . 0800 323 130 Cable theft All-hours tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0800 222 771 Public transport (toll-free) Information centre . . . . . . . 0800 656 463 Dial-a-Ride . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0800 600 895

Drought and water www.capetown.gov.za/thinkwater Report and track faults www.capetown.gov.za/servicerequests e-Services www.capetown.gov.za/eServices Contact the City www.capetown.gov.za/contacts Budget www.capetown.gov.za/budget Tariffs www.capetown.gov.za/tariffs Policies and by-law s www.capetown.gov.za/policies Council matters www.capetown.gov.za/council

AREA NORTH CONTACT DETAILS Acting Director: Urban Management

Cnr Grosvenor and Hermes Avenue, Saxonsea, Atlantis

Municipal offices, Royal Ascot, Bridle Way, Milnerton

Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 400 2358

Subcouncil 2 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 444 7521/0675

Subcouncil 7 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 444 0689

Municipal offices, Brighton Way, Kraaifontein

Municipal offices, Oxford Street, Durbanville

Subcouncil 3 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 444 4862

Subcouncil 15 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 444 9797

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Cape Town Civic Centre, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape Town Subcouncil 1 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 444 6037 FOR EMERGENCIES CALL

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Find a programme, apply for a service, access online applications and more at City Connect on www.capetown.gov.za

Pinelands Training Centre, St Stephens Road, Central Square, Pinelands Subcouncil 16 Tel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 021 487 2055

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he Western Cape minister of health, Nomafrench Mbombo, recently got behind the switchboard herself at the Tygerberg Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS) call centre, to get a taste of what these government employees deal with on a day-to-day basis. The visit was part of the government’s improvement plan for EMS, that will soon be implemented, Nomawethu Sbukwana, spokesperson, says. “This visit comes after the minister noticed that in the last four years there had

been a significant drop in the performance of emergency medical services. “In 2016 EMS reached about 61,7% of all urban priority one cases. They were reached within 15 minutes. In 2018 and 2019 this number dropped to 46,8%,” Sbukwana says. The minister said that there are numerous reasons for the decline in performance. These include attacks on ambulances and an increase of violence in communities. The consequences of these are felt by EMS staff who have reported increasing levels of post-traumatic stress disorder as well as by patients who have to wait long for ambulances, especially in the so called

red zone areas. “It is exactly in these danger areas where the need for EMS is the highest. “The poor response time is most severely felt by the most vulnerable, such as pregnant women who have to wait long for ambulances or pensioners who suffer heart attacks,” Sbukwana, says. Minister Mbombo indicated that in order to address this problem effectively, the department needs to embark on a multiprong strategy that includes a whole-of-society approach, community engagement, improved efficiency and investment. Mbombo adds that the department had set itself ambitious targets to improve the

performance of the EMS and that she believes that these targets will address critical service delivery for all residents in the Western Cape. “As a department, we have identified five key strategies that are critical in addressing EMS challenges. These include mitigation of social determinants; service redesign; leadership; governance; peoples management and a corporate support strategy. “The minister believes that with this the department will be able to address all these challenges,” Sbukwana says. The visit took place on Monday 30 September. “This was her first visit to the EMS and she will continue with it.” On the day Mbombo took and directed calls that came through on the emergency helpline.

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EXCLUSIVE MANDATE

STUNNING DUPLEX IN SECURITY ESTATE Stunning duplex home in security complex offering: 3 tiled bedrooms, 2 sunny bathrooms, open plan lounge and dining room, fitted kitchen with granite tops, private garden and lock-up garage. Safe security complex in sought after area.

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SOLE MANDATE

PROTEA HEIGHTS - R2,999,000

WEB REF: 1010542

A HOUSE THAT TICK ALL THE BOXES. All the bedrooms are fitted with loads of built-in cupboards and is complimented with breath taking views overlooking the Bottelary Hills and the main bedroom overlooking Table Mountain.

Arrie Swanepoel: 084 850 1414 Ivan JV Rensburg: 072 508 4635

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SONKRING - R2,699,000

WEB REF: 1017434

PERFECT HOME IN SONKRING. This property offers plenty with a double volume open-plan living area in the heart of Sonkring.

Jacques Le Sueur: 083 685 6548 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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WEB REF: 1007432

STUNNING FAMILY HOME IN SONKRING. This property offers a lot. Close to Curro Schools, shopping centres and the Bottelary Road. A must view!

Jacques Le Sueur: 083 685 6548 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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PROTEA HEIGHTS - R2,250,000

WEB REF: 1017249

WHAT A LOT I GOT. One step into this home and you will be amazed with everything it offers. A braai room any family dreams of as well as an outside under-roof braai area at your sparkling pool. Big Bonus! Granny also has a place in her own fully fitted granny flat or enjoy rental income of R5800 per month.

Jason Thiart: 084 827 0423 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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Kyle Watson: 071 341 5159 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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WEB REF: 1021094

STUNNING TOWNHOUSE. Low maintenance, lock-up-and-go in secure and safe area. Perfect for the young family or to down scale. Don't delay, call today for a viewing!

Karin Verster: 082 426 1330 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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WEB REF: 1004164

ANY FAMILIES DREAM, GRANNY INCLUDED. Have the time of your life entertaining your friends in the braai area while watching the kids enjoy themselves in the backyard at the sparkling pool. There is also a lovely spacious flatlet to accommodate granny or enjoy good rental income of about R 6000 p/m.

Jason Thiart: 084 827 0423 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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BRACKENFELL SOUTH - R1,850,000

WEB REF: 1005098

STUNNING LOCK-UP-AND-GO HOME. Three bedroom duplex, perfect for young couple or family in the heart of Brackenfell. Also with enough space for your family as well as recreational areas to entertain all your friends. Don't miss out on this absolutely stunning low maintenance family home.

Jacques Le Sueur: 083 685 6548 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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SONKRING - R2,199,000

WEB REF: 1019391

NESTLED IN THE SUBURB PROTEA VILLAGE. Perfect for a family in need of a big entertainment area. The price gives you the opportunity to complete the quick fixes needed to make this house your home.

Jacques Le Sueur: 083 685 6548 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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WEB REF: 1005128

PERFECT FAMILY HOME IN THE HEART OF SONKRING. Modern open-plan home needing a great owner. Great space to entertain or spend quality time with the family. Well-sized bedrooms with ample BIC. Full family bathroom and an en-suite. Double garage leading into the scullery. Don't miss out on this property, call for viewing now.

Jacques Le Sueur: 083 685 6548 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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KAAPSIG - R1,595,000

WEB REF: 1014901

IDEAL FOR THE FIRST TIME BUYER. In the heart of Protea Heights, a stunning 3 bedroom property with 2 bathrooms, a living area, open-plan kitchen and entertainment area, is searching for it's next owner.

Arrie Swanepoel: 084 850 1414 Ivan JV Rensburg: 072 508 4635

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SOLE MANDATE

PROTEA VILLAGE - R1,249,000

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SOLE MANDATE

SOLE MANDATE

SOLE MANDATE

NORMANDIE - R1,499,000

WEB REF: 1007633

FACEBRICK HOME IN THE HEART OF PROTEA HEIGHTS. This property is close to Primary and High Schools. This house has a lot to offer on a large plot with recently renovated kitchen and bathroom.

SOLE MANDATE

LANGEBERG RIDGE - R1,895,000

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PROTEA HEIGHTS - R2,475,000

SOLE MANDATE

SOLE MANDATE

SONKRING - R2,350,000

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SOLE MANDATE

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SOLE MANDATE

BRACKENFELL SOUTH - R1,199,000

WEB REF: 1018237

LOCK-UP-AND-GO. This spacious apartment is situated in Brackenfell South close to various shopping centres, schools, restaurants and main roads. Don't delay, call today for a private viewing.

Angelique Wicomb: 081 047 7768 Wayne Bellingan : 082 083 2456

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SOLE MANDATE

BUH-REIN ESTATE - R1,150,000

WEB REF: 1007764

EXCLUSIVE SOLE MANDATE. This unit, situated in the prime area Buh-Rein Estate, offers a breathtaking view at night! Beautiful kitchen with granite tops flows open-plan to the living area.

Angelique Wicomb: 081 047 7768 Wayne Bellingan : 082 083 2456

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SOLE MANDATE

BUH-REIN ESTATE - R1,050,000

FULLY FURNISHED. Absolute stunner of an apartment that is being sold fully furnished! It offers a spacious lounge that leads to an undercover braai area on your patio. Situated in the popular Langley Hills complex with its prime location in Buh-Rein Estate. This is one you don't want to miss!

Jason Thiart: 084 827 0423 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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SOLE MANDATE

BERNADINO HEIGHTS - R950,000

WEB REF: 1012612

LOOKING FOR THAT FIRST TIME BUYER. Very neat 3 bedroom with modern bathrooms situated in a well-established area. A must view - Call now to view!

Dimitre Janari: 073 295 5452 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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WEB REF: 1004086

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SOLE MANDATE

FERNDALE - R895,000

WEB REF: 1011610

EXCELLENT INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY. Spacious apartment that is central situated. Close to all amenities.

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Francois Olivier: 064 381 8603 Brackenfell Office: 021 204 8555

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NEW RELEASE

SOLE MANDATE

BRACKENFELL SOUTH - R1,050,000

WEB REF: 1021149

GREAT OPPORTUNITY AWAITS HERE. Why rent if you can buy? Get this apartment before you miss out on this deal. Two bedroom apartment in sought after complex in the heart of Brackenfell South.

Marius Foot: 081 207 3335 Steph Venter: 064 843 9698

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SOLE MANDATE

SCOTTSDENE - R575,000

WEB REF: 1018412

WHY RENT WHEN YOU CAN BUY? Perfect home for first time buyers. This house will make you feel right at home. Priced to go! Call today!

Marius Foot: 081 207 3335 Steph Venter: 064 843 9698

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LAUNCHING SOON IN BRACKENFELL

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DIVORCE: Affordable payment plans available. Sms “HELP DIVORCE” to 34877 or phone 021 917 1684 Egskeidings, Strafhof & Boedels Konsulteer tuis. Buks 083 462 9298

LOANS 1445

A BRIDGING LOAN Waiting for Pension/Package (lumpsum) payouts? SMS or send "please call me" 082 301 7856 AA PAWN ANY VEHICLE Lowest interest 5%. Tel. 082 058 9735

Pawn enige bakkie/motor vir kontant. % 084 247 4726 CASH. (Afbetaling) of Bridging of Car Pawn. 082 359 2546 (Whatsapp) WE WILL APPROVE YOU WHEN THE BANKS DECLINE YOU VEHICLE FINANCE AND BONDS , NO HASSLES. SEND A PCM TO 081 492 3383

PERSONAL 1460

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GEKLASSIFISEERD

I have been looking for my husband Villenueva Camilo for the past 3 years. Last seen address was 109 Muller Street Peerless Park East in Kraaifontein in September 2016. My contact details is as follows Jodie Camilo 068 023 8783

BUYING

BUILDING PLANS

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SELLING

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FURNITURE

ALLE BOUPLANNE www.izaksarchitecture.co.za Skakel Izak 082 920 0839

WE OFFER THE BEST PRICES

YOU CALL WE COLLECT CCFRTYAUG18

Brackenfell N1 City

CLOTHING 1615 1455

TRAINING & EDUCATION 1480

2de handse en nuwe klere, skoene, beddegoed, gordyne, breekgoed, potte, panne, elektriese ware ens. VIR HARDE KONTANT Karen & Johan 0833051668 A Cash Deal on All Goods Cash paid for all your unwanted good quality ladies, mens, kids clothing. Shoes, linen, bric 'n brac etc. Christelle/Christiaan 084 408 1437

FURNITURE 1635

AAN ALMAL SPOT CASH There in a flash Ons koop alle 2de Handse meubels en yskaste. Best price 021 591 5708 076 017 0630

WANTED 1485

Aandag. Kontant vir meubels, elektriese ware, yskaste, breekware, ornamente, beddegoed, gordyne, speelgoed, enige iets in jou huis. Gerhard 073 517 1190

2de handse en nuwe klere, skoene, beddegoed, gordyne, breekgoed, potte, panne, elektriese ware, MEUBELS bv. beddens, sitkamerstelle, yskaste, TV's ens VIR HARDE KONTANT Tel: Johan 074 474 4275

Adrian koop alle tweedehandse meubels en huishoudelike goedere Tel 021 558 7546 Sel 082 4100 405 AANDAG: Barend soek dringend 2de Handse Meubels, Beddens, kaste & yskaste om te koop. Betaal kontant en kom haal self. Skakel 082 848 2880

ALL Working Box TV's/Fridges/Freezers & Furniture. I pay & Collect. Ph/W-App 084 6644 762

Fridges wanted (also faulty). SMS sell to 083 425 0447

FOR SALE

WENDY HOUSES 1677

AK WENDY'S Cash D.I.Y. 3 x 6 - R6 500 3 x 9 - R8 500 3 x 7 - toilet + basin R8 900 % 082 621 4441 / 021 393 5475

JR WENDYS 3 X 6m R9300 FLAT ROOF Gratis Voering AFBETALING WELKOM 079 467 1641 072 870 6973 % 021 905 8097 www.jrwendys.co.za

BOOKS 1607

EK KOOP BOEKE en langspeelplate. % 082 670 8987

BUILDING MATERIAL

Asook Bruinklip, Rivierklip, Kompos, Topsoil. Klein en Grootmaat. Skakel: 021 930 5411

For Quality & Affordable Housing

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Are you looking to move/ relocate/ immigrate or just downsizing? We buy all household contents. Call us on 071 175 0079 or 062 345 1135

ALL Working Box TV's/Fridges/Freezers & Furniture. I pay & Collect. Ph/W-App 084 6644 762 Cash paid for used clothing, linen, shoes and crockery % Stanley 076 299 3809 Kontant vir klere, skoene, linne ens. Whatsapp of sms slegs. Loryn 084 857 7238

GENERAL & HOME SERVICES CARPETS/CURTAINS/ UPHOLSTERY 1803

A carpet cleaning Special Cleaning 3-rooms forR550 6 Seater Couch for R550, Car seats, curtains, mattresses and more. Job guaranteed. Leathe treatment. DRY quick. Use Industrial blower to dry. Email.robertfenyes2013@ gmail.com Rob 078 556 6708 Patsy 062 736 3045 Estie Matdroogskoonmakers 2 Kamers / Vanaf R400. 90 % droog Meubels 6 Sitplek vanaf R540. 70% droog Tel: 021 592 0487 / 083 289 6674 E.mail: info@abd-ind.co.za

BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION

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BOUPLANNE Billike fooie. Flink, kundige diens. Estetiese ontwerpe. MICHAAL DE JAGER 021 903 3407 083 601 8476 info@michaaldejager.co.za

Soek DRINGEND ALLE 2de Handse Meubels 083 565 1685

THEO KOOP

2de Handse Meubels. % 083 310 1081.

JEWELLERY & ACCESSORIES 1645

CASH FOR GOLD Beste pryse vir jou goue juweliersware (stukkend of heel), krugerrand, diamante ens. Johan 060 571 4580

MISCELLANEOUS 1655

RAINBOW NAPPIES Baby-Maternity-Adult care ALLE GROOTMENS DOEKE Beskikbaar. Goeie gehalte teen billike bekostigbare pryse. % Vera & Dina 021 591 1104

BUBBLE WRAP 100meterx1250mm R260.00 per roll pay and collect. %Barbara 083 233 1784

WANTED TO BUY 1675

BEST CASH PAID PER ITEM For: Clothing, Furniture, Appliances. 082 419 1110/ 082 899 1851

NO DEPOSIT - FINANCE AVAILABLE 021 802 2765 • Fax 021 905 5890 • Cell:082 501 2845/6 www.imvusatimber.co.za X1VG6P39-AL120619

CHESTFREEZERS & FRIDGES, dbl beds, tv's URGENTLY WANTED! (021) 911 3366 /083 377 7223

BOUPLANNE

Teken & ontwerp van nuwe huise & aanbouings. REG. MET SACAP. Skakel Riaan % 082 415 9696

Building Plans / Bouplanne Karel 021 981 4788 072 446 5054 www.lifestylearchitecture.co.za J & Q BOUPLANNE SACAP GEREGISTREER * Nuwe wonings * Alle Aanbouings Voltooide Planne binne 14 werksdae Gewaarborg Vir die beste pryse en gratis kwotasie. % 084 616 3603

CLEANING SERVICES 1805

Cleaning services / handyman HOMES, OFFICES & SPRING CLEANING. 021 949 9082 074 309 6830

DSTV/TV/DVD SERVICES 1807

COENIE'S APPLIANCE AND ELECTRICAL

For fast, efficient, quality personal service Call Coenie 072 365 3622

est. 2001 All Building & Renovations, Paving, Drywalling & Painting. References and free quotes.

John 072 818 0385

acorncape@gmail.com

Affordable Builders All building work, renovations & maintenance. %Craig H 071 430 4721 Affordable building work. Braai rooms to boundary walls. Based in Durbanville Cape Storm Construction % 084 919 2271 ALL BUILDING REQUIREMENTS Maximus Building & renovations CC. NHBRC registered. New Homes, Renovations, Maintanance. Barry 072 794 3037 maximus.home improvements@gmail.com BUILDING & ROOFING New roof, carports, Roof repairs, waterproofing, painting, aluminium windows + doors. 24/7 Property maintenance % 082 956 7776/ 021 982 1309

Bouwerk, Vibracrete walls, houses and raises, carports & Paving. Swimming pool % Greg 067 092 2360 021 908 0012 Carport Specials

Call:0724008789 ELECTRICAL

RC BLINDS. Contact/Whatsapp: 074 259 1802 082 598 2606 rcblinds@polka.co.za

ALL paving best prices. 4 free quote: PAVEMASTER Eugene 082 677 4445

Cheap but Quality PAVING. Gratis kwotasies 083 715 5209

WE PAVE Mark 076 302 2468 PLUMBERS

HOME IMPROVEMENTS EXTERIOR 1836

1855

ALL PLUMBING, ROOFING, VIBRACRETE. % 076 197 9053

FRIDGES WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE WE COLLECT & CASH OFFERED. ALL AREAS Call 060 302 5039

ONSITE FRIDGE REPAIRS. ALL AREAS FREE QUOTES 060 302 5039 Z Electrical & Plumbing Reg/COC's % 060 404 2192

GARDEN & IRRIGATION

AAA BOOMSLOPING EN SNOEIWERK. ALLE AREAS % HANNES 072 411 4820

AAA TREE FELLING Pruning & Felling of Trees & Palms. STUMP REMOVAL

% Deneys Steyn: 083 769 9286 Charl Steyn 071 347 0717

ADDO MASTERFELL

TREEFELLERS Afsaag en snoei van bome en palms Hannes 082 082 3116

AM LANDSCAPING Trellises, plants, pots, pavers, water features, stone, bark & roll-on lawn. New & up-grading of irrigation systems. I beat any written quote. Anton 082 729 3811

#1 AIR-CON & FRIDGE Services , Repairs,Installations,Fridges wanted. 021 945 1376/ 078 901 1594

DIE ROMMELMAN Tuinvullis verwydering. % 083 458 3416

Aircon & Appliances Repair: Fridges, Stoves, washing machines, tumble dryers, Aircons, Dishwasher, ONSITE Repairs Contact Tiaan 021 917 1620 082 776 2393

KOMPOS TE KOOP

ALL APPLIANCES REPAIRS, fridge,washing machines, tumble dryers, stoves, regas from R180. We buy broken fridges. Franco 076 966 4768

Aluminium Windows and Doors % GLENTON 072 409 5224

Cheap precast walls, vibe extensions, carports. gratis kwotasies 083 715 5209

1810

ALL APPLIANCES REPAIRED ON SITE We repair appliances. Fridges, stoves, washing machines with guarantee and regas from R180. % Cathy/Francois 079 838 1851 All areas

1873

ELECTRICIAN Michael 021 939 2543/ 082 479 6083

ACE TREEFELLING Felling of trees & palms, pruning, stump removal, general clean-ups, free quotes Selwyn 083 267 6181 021 903 2022

DSTV OVHD AERIAL REPAIRS & INSTALLATIONS Explorer, extra view installations. CCTV & HomeTheatre. Service call repair charge frm R180.

PAVING

BUDGET PAVE Affordable Paving Call 021 559 6148

1825

ABILL BOUERS. NHBRC- gereg. Aanbouings, strukturele betonwerk, nuwe huise, afdakke & verfwerk. William 072 229 7619

BLINDS LAMINATED FLOORING

ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS Registered and Qualified Power Failure, Rewiring, Stove Connections. Issue C.O.C. Patrick 082 836 8051

1801

Able CARPORTS and PREGOLAS % Les 083 545 9948 or 021 903 2022 anytime!

1610

BOUSAND & KLIP

Fridges wanted Dead/Alive for Cash Phone 072 493 9332

Imvusa Timberworks

"Terms and Conditions Apply"

ACORN Construction

Adrian buys all 2nd hand furniture and household goods. Tel 021 558 7546 Cell 082 4100 405

ALTYD KONTANT Vir jou yskas, vrieskas. werkend of nie - werkend 082 086 4752

“Best Prices – Big Savings"

NURSING Siekeboeg Durbanville Beste sorg in Durbanville Privaat kamer R14500/maand Saal bed in 3 bed saal R11500/maand Bel: 021 975 0762 084 247 1509 New Life Community Services

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MISCELLANEOUS 1845

VIBRACRETE EXTENTIONS B/bars & Gates. 24 HOURS Telkom 081 414 2680/083 542 1097

ALL TILING & PAINTING % Mike 076 936 4153 / 021 930 7015

DC STEELWORKS Sliding gates, palisade fencing, safety gates, burglar bars, etc. David 079 913 0618 DIE LAAGSTE PRYSE VIR * DIEFWERING * SPAANSE SKERMS * VEILIGHEIDSHEKKE * TRALIEWERK, ENS. "BYVOORBEELD"

%083 302 5559 021 948 9479 k.u. TERTIUS MACFARLANE GRATIS KWOTASIES

HANDYMAN No job to small. Avondale/Parow North up to Bothasig % 076 941 4539

L & H Maintenance

Vir alle verfwerk, kleinbou projekte, daklekke, lê van houtvloere, loodgieterswerk, opsit van droëmuur konstruksies & knottypineplafonne. Opsit van JOJO tenke en installeer van gryswater stelsel. Gratis kwotasie % Louis 072 125 1288

R25 per streepsak. Min. 30 sakke vir aflewering. Ook bakkievragte (1,75m2) beskikbaar vir R750. Skakel 083 650 4502 sandrat@iafrica.com

1835

Built-in Cupboards

Vir beste prys, kwaliteit, in alle areas. Tel: Brian by 0219495001/0828546051

RUBBLE REMOVAL 1860

Alle Rommel Verwydering 071 897 6692 % 021 949 7642 BOU-/TUIN-/MOTORHUIS -rommel. Tel 079 025 9221

TREE FELLING BROTHERS 021 930 1258 / 074 789 2176

HOME IMPROVEMENTS INTERIOR

MR PLUMBER Vir alle loodgieterswerk teen billike pryse. Johan 073 326 0446 Hanna 082 867 4289

ONE STOP HANDYMAN For all Electrical/Plumbing and General repairs: Ph: CHRIS - 082 6611 943

PAINTING 1872

ABRIE VERF/PAINT 021 981 6805 / 083 328 3628

Building - Rubble Garden Refuse, Renovation, Garage junk, treefelling Call Martin 084 907 5513 RUBBLE REMOVAL

RUBBLE 8-ton truck CALL 082 845 9998

RUBBLE REMOVAL Mark 076 302 2468


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CLASSIFIEDS

SWIMMING POOLS

SEPARATE ENTRANCES

1867

TYGERBURGER Brackenfell 29

SALES & MARKETING 3316

Deep End Pools

Pool repairs and maintenance. For all your pool care needs.

"ALL Bakkies, Cars, Micro Busses and Bikes Wanted." PHONE 082 058 9735

% 021 863 3885

Alle bakkies / motors gesoek vir kontant. %084 247 4726

EMPLOYMENT

POOLBLU

TRANSPORT & STORAGE

GENERAL 3680

Enige tyd beskikbaar Gratis kwotasie Eienaar bestuur self Anthonie 082 611 5631/021 930 4565

Nolens Removal, home & flats. % 021 903 3013 / 073 128 6236

Koop voertuie onder R50 000. Lopend of nie! Tel. 082 524 9866

BUSINESS

A2B Afford-A-Move Owner supervised. Enclosed truck. Pierre 083 255 6148

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 2415

EARN EXTRA MONEY By Selling Avon SMS Name/Area Tel: 074 602 7373 EKSTRA GELD! Benodig 50 Avon Agente Ontvang gratis geskenk. Tel. 082 933 3986

PROPERTIES

3250

BELLVILLE - Sirrocco Village

HOLIDAY & TRAVEL

Please Call Lianne on 021-430-4732

2 Slpk, geen diere. Vanaf 1 Nov. R7000 p.m. + 1 1/2 mnd. dep. % 083 229 8342

3205

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UWK begin op hoë noot SAREL BURGER

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ie voorste klubkrieketspanne van die Tygerbergstreek het gemengde welslae behaal in die eerste reeks T20wedstryde wat Saterdag in die WP afgehandel is. In die Superliga het die Universiteit van Wes-Kaapland (UWK) weggespring met ’n oorwinning, maar Bellville, Durbanville en Brackenfell het almal aan die kortste ent getrek. UWK(190/3) het danksy Givon Christians (101*) en Romano Ramoo (40) Strandfontein (125/5) met gemak geklop. Bellville (113/8) teen Claremont (124/7) sowel as Durbanville (151/8, Leon le Roux 87) teen WP-klub, en Brackenfell (110/6) teen Kaapstad (111/6) het egter al drie in die stof gebyt. In die eerste liga het Kraaifontein, Milner-

ton, Tygerberg-klub en Edgemead almal ’n goeie begin gehad. In Kraaifontein (159/2) se sege oor Rylands (140/9) was Seth Fledermaus (94), Darryl Losper (67*), Craig Ephraim (3/18) en Robin Petersen (3/20) almal van meet af mooi op stryk. Tygerberg (133/3) was met behulp van Nathan October (5/22) en N. Abrahams (41*) te sterk vir Groenpunt (131) terwyl Edgemead (106/6) die meerdere was van Kuilsrivier (91/7). Milnerton (144/3) was bobaas teen Primrose (132/9) ná stewige bydraes deur Matthew Snyman (45*) en Luke Petersen (3/30). In ’n tweede kragmeting het Milnerton (114/6) egter tekortgeskiet teen Rylands (133/6) ondanks Angelo Yiatses se bydrae van 41*. Noordelikes-Goodwood (111/8) was ook aan die verloorkant teen Ottoman (116/7) ondanks knap boulwerk deur Luhan Franken (4/18).

Skole krieket begin met erns Altesaam 12 skole sal die komende Dinsdag (15 Oktober) sake uitspook in die WP Noordelike Stadsgebiede-streekunie se jaarlikse ses-aan-’n-kant toernooi. Die skole, wat in drie afdelings sal meeding om die spanne vir die eindronde die daaropvolgende week te bepaal, is: Stellenberg, Fairbairn, Fairmont, De Kuilen, HS Bellville, HTS Bellville, Curro Durbanville, D.F. Malan, Edgemead, The Settlers, Brackenfell en Tygerberg. Intussen begin die PNA Cape Gate-uitklopkompetisie vir o.15-spanne en die Cemstone-uitklop vir o.14’s reeds vandag (Woensdag). In ronde een van die o.15-kompetisie is die bepalings (tuisspan eerste): Fairmont t D.F. Malan, The Settlers t Brackenfell, De Kuilen t HS Bellville, HS Durbanville t Tygerberg, Monumentpark t Edgemead. Stellenberg,

Netbalspan beïndruk: Die Laerskool Totius se o.11-netbalspan het onlangs deelgeneem aan die WP se uitspeelwedstryde by die Hoërskool De Kuilen in Kuilsrivier. Dié span het ’n derde plek in die B-afdeling behaal. Hulle is (van links) Breggie Viviers (afrigter), Lisa Langenhoven, Lana Gerber, Mia-Leigh Kotze, Kayla Veer, Carien Mostert, Laura Darlow, Mincke Conradie en Mika Gelderblom.

Fairbairn en Curro Durbanville het loslootjies en kwalifiseer outomaties vir die kwarteindronde. Die bepalings vir die eerste ronde in die o.14-kompetisie (tuisspan eerste) is: HS Bellville t The Settlers, Edgemead t Fairbairn, D.F. Malan t De Kuilen, Tygerberg t Curro, Brackenfell t HTS Bellville. Fairmont, Stellenberg en HS Durbanville het loslootjies op pad na die kwarteindronde. V Die eerste Saterdag-wedstryde is die komende naweek, maar in ’n vriendskaplike wedstryd die afgelope Saterdag het HS Durbanville se eerste span met sy 138 lopies ’n klinkende oorwinning oor Stellenberg (84) behaal. Dit was grootliks danksy die knap boulwerk van Reyhan Strydom (3/11), Guhan du Bois (3/19) en Martin Roux (3/22). Stellenberg se beste bouler was Philip Feldtman (3/22). – Sarel Burger

Mike ready for Florida: Combat Jiu-Jitsu Academy (CJA) head instructor Alex Herbig recently won gold for jiu-jitsu in his division and then took the Absolute Division at this year’s Destiny South Africa National Championship where 900 competitors from around South Africa took place. This was a two-day event (sanctioned by SASCOC) which serves as a confirmation tournament for Western Province colours and selection for the South African team to tour to Orlando Florida in 2020 for the world championships. Alex also won MMA Light – a sport version of full contact MMA. He too achieved Western Province A team colours for jiu-jitsu and MMA Light and is thus eligible to tour overseas.

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Predators show teeth AVRIL FILLIES

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he success of the u.12 Western Province Predators indoor cricket team at the interprovincial Zambezi Tournament in Pretoria recently, was no easy feat. They managed to get all the way to the Shield Final where they narrowly lost to Central Gauteng Cubs. They are the first team to represent Western Province in this age group and learned valuable lessons in Pretoria. The players reside in Kenridge and Blouberg and were very excited about being selected to represent their province. “The team was officially capped in May and have been training at Montague Arena for the tournament. “We as a club are proud of this achievement and hope to make the province and the parents proud in our future endeavours,” says Shelley Gericke, team manager. The players spoke about the tournament when they returned to Cape Town and what it meant to them. Pete Jordaan (12), captain, said: “I feel the tournament and cricket was of a very high standard, with teams participating from all over South Africa. “We had a pretty tough start, but towards the end showed our true character and did really well, especially considering that it was our first tournament. “I love action cricket, because it is fast, fun and challenging. My cricket hero is Jacques Kallis – he is the best all-rounder in the history of the game. You need the skills of an allrounder for indoor cricket as you need to be able to bowl, bat and field,” Jordaan said. Enzo Whittaker (11) says he plays indoor

The u.12 Western Province Predator team is back from left: Shelley Gericke (team manager), Josh Gericke (12), Cameron Hunter (11), Matthew Carrick (12), Enzo Whittaker (11), Matthew Brooker (12), Joshua Schultze (12) and Paul Hughes (coach), Front: Tyler Pressley (12), Pete Jordaan (12, captain), Tyler Evert (12), Bryce Gilder (10) and Jarred Prins (11). cricket because he loves all kinds of cricket. “Indoor cricket has taught me so many different life lessons, there is not enough space to list them,” he said. Cameron Hunter (11) said he loves cricket so much that when he got the opportunity to play indoor cricket, he was so excited. “I learned a lot and made some great new friends. I really enjoyed the tournament and will never forget the fun we had. I am so happy I got to play my favourite sport for Western Province,” he said. Matthew Brooker (12) said he loves playing action cricket because he loves the team

sport and the spirit. “I formed relationships with all the boys in the team. I love the fast pace of the game and the adrenaline rush. I would love to continue on the journey,” he said. Bryce Gilder (10) said he likes action cricket because it is fast non-stop action. “Everyone gets a chance to bat and bowl and I like catching off the net. From playing the game I made new friends and received my WP colours,” he said. Josh Gericke (12) said he loves that in the game we all get to play every position and role in the team, which makes it exciting and

Pumas spog met WP-aanwins Die Pumas spog met nóg ’n aanwins uit die Westelike Provinsie as Allistair Mumba (21) hom op 1 November by die unie aansluit. Hoewel Mumba sy rugbydebuut in die WPCravenweekspan (LSEN) in 2015 in Worcester gemaak het, het hy van 2017 tot 2018 die Griffons in die o.20-kompetisie verteenwoordig voor hy vanjaar in die senior Curriebekerspan opgeneem is. Hy was ’n leerder van die Laerskool Fanie

Theron en die hoërskole Monumentpark (albei in Kraaifontein) en Westcliff (Bellville), voordat hy by die Griffons aangesluit het. Mumba speel heelagter, senter en vleuel, maar verkies om op eersgenoemde uit te draf. Hy het verskeie rugbytoekennings ontvang, waaronder een vir die meeste drieë (17 in agt wedstryde) by die Griffons toe hulle as die o.20-kampioene gekroon is. By Westcliff is hy as die belowendste spe-

ler en die beste agterspeler aangewys. In 2016 was hy die kaptein van die WP se LSENCravenweekspan en was ook deel van die SA LSEN-span tydens die Akademie-week in Durban. Mumba blink nie net in rugby uit nie, maar het die WP in 200m, hoogspring en verspring verteenwoordig en was ook deel van die SA span wat in Limpopo in 2014 deelgeneem het. Hy het ook sy Boland-kleure ty-

busy the entire match. “I also have many of my close friends in the team with me, so that makes it so much fun! I never get enough and can’t wait for the next tournament!” he said. Jarred Prince (11) believes action cricket is much faster than the normal game. You must think fast and react fast to the balls. Every game is different, and your opponents are different. “It’s about what you learn from game to game. That makes the game very interesting and learning from what the coach teaches you. You must also trust your teammates,” he said. dens die SA Judokampioenskap in Port Elizabeth in 2007 verwerf. Sy afrigter by die Griffons, Jacques Juries, beskryf hom as volg: “Hy het al die vaardighede vir vandag se agterspelers, is beweeglik en vinnig van die merk. Hy het visie, ’n ongelooflike systap en Allistair Mumba kan die bal aan ’n speler in ’n beter posisie gee as hy gelak word. Hy sal ’n aanwins wees vir enige provinsie en is baie gewild onder spelers en afrigters.

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