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School gets a complete make-over TAMSYN COERECIUS


alkfontein Primary School was an array of green last Friday when the learners of the school took hands with Mpact members and tackled muchneeded projects to make the school a picture perfect learning area. All the feverish activity was in support of the Adopt-a-School foundation, which started in 2002 and aims to address inequalities in rural and disadvantaged schools. “Our plans include long-term involvement at the schools to improve both the quality of education and the school facilities to the benefit of learners,” says Bruce Strong, CEO of Mpact. The sounds of laughter and clatter was heard clearly as the learners helped the Mpact staff with many necessities including the installation of burglar bars, repairs and improvements to the playground, expansion of the vegetable garden and planting of trees.

Damian Baron and Cameron Botha are helping to clean the vegetable garden.


Theft Celia Leibbrandt, member of Mpact said, upon approaching Principal Marius Vercuil of the school put heads together and identified key concerns which had to be addressed – one being theft. “There have been many break-ins at the school especially during weekends, because there are no burglar bars on class doors and it’s easy to jump over the walls. Often accessories in classrooms are stolen, which teachers pay from their own pockets,” Marius says. The Mpact members installed 40 burglar bars, erected 97 windows and nine se-

curity gates to try and eliminate the theft problem. Another need identified at the school was the expansion of the vegetable garden, which out of 1 100 learners could only feed half. The Mpact team together with Stodels then cleaned the garden area and planted an assortment of vegetables.

Grateful Vercuil says that he immediately picked up the sincerity Celia had and feels grateful that they gave the school this opportunity. As learners pitched in and shuffled soil, picked up garbage and planted trees they expressed their gratitude. Learner, Damian Baron says: “My friends and I have been helping since this morning. We don’t mind pitching in. We are making our school beautiful,” he says. Other projects included the school field being cleared and trees being planted around the field. The pre-primary playground was tidied up and two sandpits were built for kids as well as the parking lot which was cleaned and beautified with plants. The learners were also spoiled with a boerewors roll and Coke. Celia says that what they have done today is only Phase 1. In the near future they are planning on painting the school, upgrading the school hall as well as the sport field. “All 80 members of our team did this from their heart and for these kids. We aren’t always focused on business and money, through our business we want to make a difference,” she says.




Crime cluster ops round­up On Thursday 16 May a cluster operation which included the Kleinvlei, Mfuleni and Kuils River police took place. Together with the Crime Intelligence Gathering (CIG), a house in Raymond Ackerman street was approached where 54 SASSA (South African Social Security Agency) cards, 38 ID books, five Absa cards, three Capitec cards, four post bank cards and an FNB and Nedbank card were confiscated. W/O Annacletta Mothoalo, media spokesperson for the Kleinvlei police confirmed that SASSA officials were asked to come out and investigate the incident. “SASSA will deal with the lost card and stolen ID books. It was uncalled for and what makes it sad is that the majority of

the people are elderly,” said Mothoalo. A suspect has been arrested. In a separate incident, in a house in Melville street, Beverly Park, Graham Mongale was arrested for the alleged possession of a hand grenade. Motives as to how he obtained the object are unknown. Also a house in Devontree Street, Stradford Green yielded one magazine with five rounds and mandrax tablets for which a male suspect, Christopher Martins was arrested. “We would like to thank and applaud the community and as informers to the police and the CIG,” said Mothoalo. She further applauded the community’s involvement in wanting to curb crime.

‘Softer’ test for heart arrhythmias The very first electrophysiology (EP) study was performed at Melomed hospital in Bellville last week by Dr Neil Hendricks, resident cardiologist and electrophysiologist. Hendricks recently joined the group and is already well-known for his work in the state of the art catheterisation laboratory at Melomed Bellville. EPS is a minimally invasive procedure

which tests the electrical conduction system of the heart to assess the electrical activity and conduction pathways. During EPS, sinus rhythm as well as supraventricular and ventricular arrhythmias of baseline cardiac intervals is recorded. The study is indicated to investigate the cause, location of origin, and best treatment for various abnormal heart rhythms.

The vandalised Happy Valley Business Hub.

Business hub left struggling due to drug addict vandals TANDY­LEE MARINUS

Residents of Happy Valley are deeply unhappy with drug addicts polluting the community with acts of vandalism. “Bite the hand that feeds you” is a phrase that is too often bandied about. Community worker Doreen Welkom from Happy Valley has raised her concerns for ers trade, is that most of the equipment and the current state of the community. goods are not stolen. The Happy Valley business hub has re“We urge the community to make sure that cently been targeted by addicts. they are presented with a receipt and ID docFor more than four years there have been ument before buying anything,” said Moth- many trials and tribulations. oalo. A severe case of theft and vandalism is beMothoalo further encouraged the commu- ing experienced in the business hub making nity to reveal anyone who is known to be sell- it impossible for entrepreneurs to make a ing stolen goods to ensure that the perpetra- living. tors are brought to justice. “How can the community break a place V To report such cases, contact Colonel Joan Stroebel down like this?” asked Doreen. on 021 902 8300. Those responsible for these acts steal copper pipes, light bulbs and other items that has scrap value. They then venture out on the street, sellEERSTERIVIER/BLUE DOWNS ing whatever they have stolen or broken off to illegal scrapyards, to fulfil their next drug fix.       “We as the community will have to come together in trying to address these issues Uitgewer: urgently,” she said. Children can be seen loitering the streets, TygerBurger word uitgegee deur WP Koerante en is deel day and night, lounging on corners and hudvan die Media 24-groep dling in spaces - and this gives off a negative Verspreiding: atmosphere, says Doreen. “These are children who don’t go to TygerBurger Eersterivier/Blue Downs word elke Woensdag in die volgende gebiede afgelewer: school. whose parents cannot learn to con-

Police warn public not to buy stolen goods A recent rise in housebreakings have infested all sectors of the Kleinvlei area. In an urgent appeal by station commander, Colonel Joan Stroebel, she warns the community to be very aware of purchasing stolen goods. “We are aware of the market for secondhand dealers, such as Cash Crusaders,” said Kleinvlei police spokesperson Warrant Officer Annacletta Mothoalo. What the police have found, when paying visits to such hubs where second-hand deal- Photo gallery:

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trol them properly. They need to have more respect for their elders,” she said. The business hub is one of the first developments in the Happy Valley area and for business owner Peshida Nyamande (26) these acts of vandalism is disheartening. Peshide owns Tapes and Tin Computers, an internet cafe, and is often the target because vandals can make a killing with stolen cables and computer parts. “It is very painful to see people trying to get you down. Sometimes I want to give up,” Peshida said. She highlights that it is difficult for her to pay rent and is living off the little she makes from photocopy sales. “Parents need to see to the behaviour of their children, They should be attending school instead they are hanging around here,” she said. Doreen emphasises that the sole purpose of the cafe was to make it central for the community and save petrol money. “Government has ploughed a lot of money into the business hive and for future business to operate it is just impossible, said Doreen. She hopes that a law will be put in place to keep drug dealers and vandals off the streets. “The dark corners is where they do their business. “This is where they kill people. “We are tired of Happy Valley’s drug dealers and children who don’t go to school,” said Doreen.

Kleinvlei­inwonersvereniging kom byeen Die Kleinvlei-inwonersvereniging nooi die gemeenskap uit na ’n vergadering op Vrydag 24 Mei. Die vergadering sal meestal handel oor die geldverhoging van pensioenarisse en gestremdes.

Gemeenskapleiers is welkom om die vergadering by te woon. Dit begin om 11:00 by die Kleinvlei-polisiekantoor. V Vir meer inligting, bel Sophia Kannemeyer by 076 669 0069 of Howard Cupido by 083 702 1611.

Ready for bingo bonanza? Are you ready for some fun with bingo? The Rock Fellowship of the Church Ablaze Ministry will be hosting a bingo Afternoon on Saturday 25 May, starting at 15:00 at Webner Street Primary in Ravensmead. They have planned a Big Walk for Jesus on Saturday 1 June from Eikendal Primary in Kraaifontein. V Contact Cathy Afrika on 021 952 5550, or 073 546 5689.


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Shoppers at Grand Central Shopping Centre in Eerste River should be alert – hiding in the hustle and bustle are criminals ready to strike. Nicolaas and Lina Smit learned this after their monthly groceries, together with their car – 1999 red Ford Laser – was stolen on Friday 10 May. The elderly pair who have been living at Penhill Estate for the last 40 years, usually do their grocery shopping at the centre. “We do our shopping there because it’s closer to the house. We entered for a mere few minutes and the next thing you know, our car is gone,” said Nicolaas. A security guard had been on guard but his attempts in assisting the couple proved unfruitful. “He handed us a piece of paper to give to the manager of Shoprite, asking for a fence to be put around the parking area,” said Nicolaas. He immediately raised questions as to whether this solution would further prevent criminals from engaging in such activity. “We only want our car back, that’s all,” said Lina. Nicolaas raised his concerns that had his situation been notified to another police station, specifically in the southern suburbs, it would have been discovered sooner. “The police should be doing their work more effectively during the day,” said Nicolaas. Spokeswoman for Kleinvlei police, Annacletta Mothoalo acknowledged that incidences such as these occur everyday. “People tend to leave things in the car which draws attenition to thieves,” said Mothoalo. She further urged the community to not leave their belongings visible or unattended. Station Commander of Kleinvlei police, Colonel Joan Stroebel will be not tolerate any miscondut regarding service delivery or misconduct by the police. “They should not forget that they are serving the people,” said Mothoalo. VContact the Kleinvlei police station 021 902 8300.

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Skaapkop­rekord in visier Op Saterdag 1 Junie gaan Bushmans Cave en Bravo-promosies – met TygerBurger as die hoofborg – poog om ’n wêreldrekord op te stel. Daar gaan gekyk word of 500 skaapkoppe op die een dag op een terrein voorberei én geëet kan word! Hoewel die dag ’n moet vir vleisliefhebbers is, sal dit nie net oor die eet van skaapkoppe gaan nie. Daar is ook potjiekos en baie ander redes om die dag vir die pret en plesier by te woon. Olof Bergh borg die vermaak vir die dag en die bekende kunstenaars, Rooies en Amore, sal optree. Verskeie pryse sal met die komplimente van Olof Bergh, Die Vleiswinkel en Jimmy’s Steakhouse Sauces op die spel wees. Vir rugbygeesdriftiges sal die Super Yolandi Hewitt kry 'n voorsmakie van waaroor die 15-wedstryd tussen die Stormers en feestelikhede by Bushman’s Cave op Clanwilliam sal die Kings vanaf 17:00 in die Olof Bergh- gaan. kroeg vertoon word. WEN! WEN! WEN! Die koste beloop R150 per volwassene, wat alles op die dag insluit (skaapkopete of V Vyftien gelukkige TygerBurger­lesers kan elk ’n potjieskosete). Skoliere betaal slegs half- dubbelkaartjie na die feestelikheid losslaan. Dit sluit prys. Die orige skaapkoppe kan as weg- kampgeriewe en die skaapkopete die Saterdag in. neemete gekoop word teen R50 per kop. Om vir hierdie lekker prys in aanmerking te kom, SMS V Besprekings vir akkommodasie en etekaartjies “Skaapkop” gevolg deur jou kontakbesonderhede na moet vooraf gedoen word. Kontak Melinda de Milan­ 45527 teen Maandag 27 Mei om 12:00. SMS’e kos der by 027 482 2918 of stuur ’n e­pos na melin­ R1,50. om te bespreek.

Youth development has solid employment basis Youth development is coming into the spotlight with some new initiatives by the city. In keeping with this administration’s commitment to building a Caring and Safe City, the City of Cape Town Social Development and Early Childhood Development Directorate have begun implementing a number of projects specifically aimed at youth development. These include two Expanded Public Works Programme job creation projects, providing support to organisations from the communities that youth reside in to assist them to gain works skills. This is linked to the work skills training project that provides two-month job opportunities to apply the skills learnt through the training provided by the city There will also be life skills training sessions with school-going youth as part of an extramural activity. Six work and employment skills training workshops for unemployed and out of school youth at risk through the University of the Western Cape will also be taking place while the Cape Peninsula University of Technology will be arranging six organisational capacity-building workshops for organised youth structures, networks and forums. “Young people need opportunities like these to engage in meaningful activities, have a voice, take responsibility for their actions, and actively participate in civic

discourse,” said mayoral committee member for social development and early childhood development, Suzette Little. She also pointed out that this programme wants to facilitate young people’s entry into the job market and thus work towards reducing youth unemployment levels by providing young people with work and employment skills, support and training. “Through this initiative we want to build partnerships and networks to render support to youth at risk in a co-ordinated manner by collaborating with other line departments, other spheres of government particularly the Provincial Department of Social Development and civil society. “We hope to increase youth involvement and active citizenship by building the capacity of youth organisations and leaders to become agents in their own development who make meaningful contributions to their communities “We know that gangsterism and substance abuse is rife in many communities. And that the high unemployment rate amongst our youth increases their chances of getting involved in dangerous activities. “It is therefore our hope that by providing added opportunities for Cape Town’s young people, we will assist them to reach their full developmental potential and become healthy and happy adults who are able to contribute significantly and positively to their communities,” she concluded.

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Parklands College in Table View create the winning creation in last year’s Collect­a­Can’s CAN Craze competition with Os­Tini the Ostrich. This year, learners must again create characters or structures using used beverage or food cans in the most creative ways. Individuals or teams, building the three most creative structures, will each receive their share of R60 000. The CAN Craze competition opens on 1 June until 30 September. For more information about the competition contact the Collect­a­ Can head office on 011 466 2939 or visit the website on www.collec­

250 disability learnerships now open Candidates with disabilities who wish to apply for a learnership are currently being sourced by Epilepsy South Africa Western Cape Branch. The organisation received an allocation of 250 learnership opportunities for persons with disabilities. This programme is approached using skills development and employment equity to increase the employability of persons with disabilities in the open labour market. In this phase learners are selected according to their interest and potential to be di-

rected into the various occupational learnerships, which are: early childhood development, engineering (cabinet making) and business administration. The learners will receive support in the form of mentorship and coaching to ensure necessary reasonable accommodation in both the training and workplace. The closing date for applications is on 31 May. V All candidates who wish to make a learnership ap­ plication can contact Ndileka Mandaba on 021 703 9420 or





Só kan werkloosheid gestuit word

Volgens Statistiek SA se arbeidsmagpeiling is amper 7 miljoen mense in Suid-Afrika werkloos. Van die land se werkloses is meer as 70 % tussen die ouderdomme van 15 en 34 jaar. Solidariteit Helpende Hand reken egter om entrepreneuries te dink, kan jongmense vrywaar om deel te word van hierdie statistiek. Helpende Hand stel daarom ’n entrepreneurskompetisie vir jongmense bekend waarmee ’n entrepreneursingesteldheid ontwikkel en vaardighede vir die sakewêreld verskerp kan word.

Die kompetisie skop op 28 Mei af en die ondersteunende e-leer-opleiding is gratis. “Met entrepreneursvaardighede hoef jy nie deel te word van die groeiende groep werkloses in die land nie,” sê Karin Venter, projekorganiseerder by Helpende Hand se beroepsleidingsdiens. “As entrepreneur kan jy vir jouself werk skep en ook vir ander. Daarby het jy ook ’n plan B wanneer uitdagings in die werkplek opduik.” V Besoek vir volledige inligting of stuur ’n e­pos aan met navrae.

Sing your heart out with the Lavis Drill Cadets Get in the groove to sing your heart out with the Bishop Lavis Drill Cadets. They will be hosting an exciting karaoke session on Friday 24 May starting at 19:00. It will be held at the Central Sports Field

in Lavis Drive, Bishop Lavis. Tickets are R20 and you can bring your own platter and refreshments. V For more information contact Joy Crow on 082 634 8552 or Peter Johnson on 074 626 7102.

Youth empowerment comes to town Youth empowerment comes to town with a special event in Elsies River. YoungPeople@Work will be hosting a Youth Empowerment Week for unemployed youth in the area from Wednesday 5 June at the Adriaanse library in Clarke Estate. From 09:00 on the next three days unemployed youth from the community are invited to attend this three-day workshop to learn more about professional job seeking skills, personal development and leadership. Participants will learn about the trends in the job market, developing a CV, interviewing skills, how to become more proactive and take initiative, learn more about themselves and how to network more ef-

fectively. They will also be assisted with their own CVs which will be uploaded in the CV bank of YoungPeople@Work on their website for exposure to prospective employers. Various partners such Department of Labour, Dreamworker, Jobstart, Career Planet, UWC and RLabs Social Media Academy will share valuable information about current job and training/career opportunities. V Entrance is free and unemployed youth can con­ tact Shirley De Jongh via SMS at 074 350 8582 to book or email and copy For more infor­ mation about YoungPeople@Work visit their website at


The powerful eight who returned with medals are Jayden Coulsen, Thomas Williams, Myisha Solomons, Nicole Celie Marchan Celie and Sensie Coral Jacobs. At the back; Aniqah Willemse, Shaquille Damons, Waydin Patience and Gotham Lotz. PHOTO: TANDY­LEE MARINUS

‘Karate not just a sport but also a way of living’ TANDY­LEE MARINUS Discipline, confidence, speed and timing. These are some of the traits which members of the Ryushin-Kan, School of Karate South Africa (Hunbo Dojo) in Eerste River should possess. The dojo was established 15 years ago by Sensei Coral Jacobs and her father, Kyoshi Elias Jacobs. As a 4th dan black belt and karate instructor, her many achievements have been well rewarded and show just how well her determination has paid off. “I love working with children and would like to share my experience and expertise with them so that they can apply it elsewhere,” said Coral. Coral considers her karate classes more of a community service, steering the attention of the youth away from negative attractions. “Karate is not only a sport, it is a way of helping and educating others,” she said. The highly respected sport, enables young men and women to address themselves instead of what they portray to to others. “Karate is not just about kicking and fighting,” said Coral. On Saturday 4 May, 15 of her students participated in the Karate Association of Western Cape All Styles Tournament held at the Belhar Indoor Sports Arena. The Hunbo-Dojo Ryushin-Kan of Eerste River produced eight students of which five received gold and three bronze. “It was an amazing but nerve wracking experience to compete against such experienced athletes, but I am very proud,” Coral said. This was the first time that the dojo of Eerste River had competed at a competition

at this level. “Some doubted our skill, but to have students get onto the mat, already made them winners. It’s not just about the gold, but the fact that we achieved a goal,” she said. Finalists who took part at the tournament represented the Western Cape at the National All Styles Championship on 17 and 18 May in Durban. Coral received a first place, gold medal and qualified for the zone six championships in Namibia at the end of June. She was also elected as captain for the Western Cape team. Coral speaks about preparing for competitions as a mental, physical and fitness journey which is endured for two hours a week. Her students are dedicated to putting in extra hours to ensure that they are well equipped for upcoming competitions. “Every bit of training is important for them and they’ve learned that hard work pays off,” Coral said. The core reason for why she opened a dojo was to curb the ongoing bullying experienced among the youth. She highlights that it is not only a sport but home and school, teaching them the basic principles of becoming a better person. “The sport encourages children to get rid of their fear of being bullied and to gain confidence. Although fighting does not solve everything,” Coral said. She encourages her students to practise their skills in a controlled manner and only when necessary. “They need only sting their rivals with a bit of pain and then walk away the better person,” she concluded. V Anyone who would like to attend lessons can con­ tact Coral Jacobs on 082 444 1765 for more infor­ mation.

Praktiese tegno­kursus oor sosiale media ’n Praktiese tegno-kursus, wat op kommunikasie binne kerke fokus, sal op Dinsdag 28 Mei vanaf 18:15 tot 21:00 by die Kuilsrivier-Suid-koffiewinkel aangebied word. Die omroeper, Janine van Niekerk, is die aanbieder. Die doel van die kursus is om die gemeenskap te help om sosiale media soos Face-




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Help police find missing resident Police in Bellville South need help to find a resident that has gone missing. Elizabeth Howard (40), also known as Janey, left her home in Zimri Street at about 08:30 on Monday 6 May, to go to the clinic. She was last seen at the clinic in Kasselsvlei Road where went to collect medi-

cation for a mental condition, but she did not wait to collect it. At the time of her disappearance she was wearing black jeans, a pink jacket and black tackies. V Anyone with information can contact Warrant Officer Ian Williams on 021 950 1354/5 or 082 522 2734 or 072 214 7439.

Bloulelie­tak van ATKV hou lekker makietie Die Bloulelie-tak van die ATKV in Belhar gaan lekker makietie hou op Sondag 2 Junie. ’n Sang- en musiekfees word gehou by die VGK SA Gestigkerk in Watsoniaweg en be-

gin om 16:00. Kaartjies is R30 en verskeie sangers en groepe sal optree. V Vir meer inligting en besprekings, bel Albertus by 078 551 3574.



TB­joernalis bekroon met gesogte prys Desireé Rorke, ’n senior joernalis van TygerBurger, is Vrydagaand by Media24 se 2013-Legends-toekennings aangewys as plaaslike koerantjoernalis van die jaar. Boonop is Tanya Slabbert, ’n advertensieverteenwoordiger by TygerBurger, aangewys as naaswenner in die kategorie vir verkoopsverteenwoordiger van die jaar: plaaslike koerante. Die Legends-kompetisie, wat die afgelope vyf jaar aangebied word, erken en beloon uitmuntende prestasie in Media24 se koerante-afdeling reg oor Suid-Afrika. Media24 het landwyd sowat 50 plaaslike koerante, bykans tien dagblaaie, en vyf Sondag- Desireé Rorke koerante. Drie breë kategorieë bestaan: redaksionele toekennings, advertensie-toekennings en dienste-toekennings. Oor Desireé se werk het die beoordelaars gesê: “Sy wen die prys vir ’n reeks berigte, almal in die klassieke styl van gemeenskapsjoernalistiek, waarin sy skryf oor kwessies wat die gemeenskap na aan die hart lê.” Fergus Sampson, uit- Tanya Slabbert voerende hoof van Media24-Koerante, het by die geleentheid gesê die toekennings onderstreep die maatskappy se verbintenis tot die skep van die beste koerante in die land. “Media24-Koerante glo in die toekoms

van koerante. Dit is hoekom ons in die jare wat kom, sal voortgaan om te belê in gehalte-joernalistiek en om erkenning te gee aan goeie uitgewers en joernaliste,” het hy gesê. ’n Wye verskeidenheid inskrywingskategorieë bestaan en skep geleentheid vir van ondersoekende tot multimedia-joernaliste om beloon te word vir puik werk. Vanjaar se redaksionele beoordelaars is gelei deur Salie de Swardt, nie-uitvoerende lid van die Media24-direksie, en sluit in bedryfskenners soos Anton Harber (professor in joernalistiek by Wits), Mathatha Tsedu (hoofbestuurder van strategiese projekte by Media24), Zelda Jongbloed (oud-adjunkredakteur van Die Burger en Beeld), en Richard McNeill (tabloid-kenner). Vanjaar se paneel van advertensiebeoordelaars is gelei deur Manie Mayman, finansiële hoof van Koerante, en sluit in hoofbestuurders van die verskillende afdelings in die groep. Media24 se joernalis van die jaar, is Jan de Lange van Sake24, vir veral sy onthullings rondom die omstrede Eskom-kontrak met BHP Billiton, en die Marikana-slagting. Benewens dié prys wen Jan ook ’n studiereis na die Poynter-instituut vir mediastudies in Florida, Amerika.

Movie by hearing impaired The first movie for the hearing impaired in South Africa will be launched nationally in churches this week by a local ministry. This movie in sign language, with an entire cast of hearing impaired actors, has been filmed and produced over a period of a year. This movie, Home, has been produced by CVC Media in Bellville, an Evangelistic Ministry with a vision to reach the nations with the gospel through media. “This is South Africa’s first movie acted by and written for the deaf in sign language (with English subtitles for the hearing audience), said Oliver Raper, director of CVC Media. “We want to encourage our deaf community in our cities through this movie and create awareness in our local churches,” he


said. The movie runs for approximately 60 minutes and is an innovative, contemporary adaptation of the biblical story of “The Prodigal Son”. Set in present day, it not only serves as an entertaining feature but also speaks of the importance of family, forgiveness and redemption. The actors staring in the movie are Christopher Gallada, Richard Kunene and Simphiwe Mgudlwa. They are directed in this movie by Jarrod Saunders. The national launch dates are 24, 25 and 26 May. V To watch the trailer, download the participation form and for more information, visit the “HOME” website at www.home­

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Hail King of Rock ’n Roll The Barnyard Theatre will be hosting an evening of tribute to the King of Rock ’n Roll with songs such as Jailhouse Rock and Love me tender. It takes place on 30 May 2013 at 20:00 and tickets cost R130, of which proceeds will benefit Epilepsy South Africa. Limited seats, so book now to confirm. V For more information contact 021 914 8898 or visit Alternatively send an email to

Super gospel concert Jehovah Jireh Ministries are hosting a super gospel concert for the poor. It will be taking place on Sunday 2 June at CFC Silversands in Nooiensfontein Road starting at 17:00. Artists on the bill include Bella, Basic, CFC, Kingdom Come Dancers and more. V Tickets are R30, for more information call David November on 078 847 8333.

Ondersteun winterprojek Strek ’n helpende hand uit en ondersteun die NG Kerk Kuilsrivier-De Eike met sy winterprojek op Woensdag 29 Mei vanaf 19:30 by die kerk in Pionierstraat, Kuilsrivier. Toegang sluit in dat lede van die gemeenskap elk ’n bord kos of ’n kombers moet bring, wat aan liefdadigheidsorganisasies geskenk sal word. Die gemeenskap kan die aand geniet saam met die sangeres, Andriëtte. V Bel Marius Hanekom by 021 380 6372.


Dalk oud, maar beslis nog nie koud… ROWENA HENDRICKS Bejaardes is ook maar net mense met behoeftes, begeertes en wense, wat ondersteuning, liefde, geduld benodig en wat in die gemeenskap betrokke wil wees. Die werklikheid is egter dat hulle so maklik vergeet en afgeskeep word. Daar word só dikwels geglo dat wanneer jy oud word, dit die einde van jou lewe beteken. By Parow se Seniorsentrum (PSS) word daar egter geglo dat bejaardes duursame juwele en skatte van die samelewing is. Hier is bejaardheid nie die einde nie, maar die begin van die mooiste deel van ’n mens se lewe. PSS, ’n liefdadigheidorganisasie in die hartjie van Parow, bied daagliks ’n ondersteuningsdiens aan sowat 190 bejaardes om hulle solank moontlik onafhanklik te laat leef. PSS is vanjaar een van die drie begunstigdes van TygerBurger se Want ons Kan!/Cause we Can!-konsert, wat op Sondag 28 Julie in die Bellville-burgersentrum gehou word. Al die kaartjie-inkomste gaan direk na die begunstigdes, wat self die kaartjies verkoop. Die hoofdoel van PSS is om bejaardes in die gemeenskap te ondersteun en voor te berei op veroudering met die nodige hulpbronne. V Kaartjies vir TygerBurger se Want ons Kan!/’Cause we Can!­konsert, kan direk by die Parow­seniorsen­ trum se kantoor gekoop word. Skakel 021 930 3702 of bel Sandra en Hugo O’Connell van The House of Chocolates by 082 559 6063.

Hier is (van links) Annaleen Nel, bestuurder van die Parow se Seniorsentrum, Johanna Rademeyer (90) en Issie Bergh (91), twee van die oudste inwoners van die sentrum, en Lutie Hunter, ontvangsdame. Parow se Seniorsentrum is een van drie begunstigdes van vanjaar se Want ons Kan!­konsert. FOTO: ROWENA HENDRICKS

Gewese soldate van SAW kuier saam Alle gewese SAW-soldate word deur die Suid-Afrikaanse Bosoorlogveterane-vereniging (SABOV) se komitee uitgenooi na ’n geselligheid op Vrydag 31 Mei vanaf 19:00. Die byeenkoms word gehou by die Old Oakklub in Bellville. SABOV is ’n nie-winsgewende, nie-politiese organisasie, wat in 2007 gestig is met die doel om ’n broederlike tuiste te skep vir alle nasionale dienspligtiges (NDP). Dis ook vir ander persone van die vorige SAW, wat direk of indirek betrokke was by die Bosoorlog/Grensoorlog in die eertydse Suid-Wes-Afrika (SWA) in die tydperk tussen 1966 en 1989. Robert de Vries, SABOV-voorsitter, sê hoewel die oorlog ongewild mag gewees het in sekere kringe, was die soldate beslis nie. “Ons was die elite-soldate wat deur lojaliteit, integriteit en toegewydheid sekerlik een van die beste onkonvensionele weermagte in die wêreld was,” het hy gesê. Daar is gevind dat daar ’n groot behoefte onder oud-soldate is om mekaar op te soek en die kameraderie, wat uniek aan die bosoorlog-ondervinding was, te laat herleef en te waardeer. V Vir meer besonderhede, kontak Robert by 076 909 9354. Vir meer inligting oor SABOV, besoek die

Klub slaan weer voet Die Bellville-stapklub stap op Saterdag 1 Junie by Joubertsgat, Franschhoek. Dis ’n graad twee-staproete en stappers ontmoet om 08:00 by Bellville-burgersentrum. V Vir meer besonderhede, bel 021 988 5062.

Learn to speak Xhosa A Xhosa conversational course for the absolute beginner begins on Tuesday 28 May at the Bellville Library from 18:30 until 19:45 for 14 contact sessions. The course comprises a fun and interactive communication component followed by an in-depth cultural component as well as assessment focusing on conversational Xhosa. V For further information and to register, please contact Dr Philip Lewis at 021 919 8144 or 082 472 9872.


The beautiful Tascha Olieslager can only achieve independence if her parents somehow manage to raise the funds for a cochlear implant. PHOTO: ANDRÉ BAKKES

‘It’s so quiet’ trapped in a silent world ANDRÉ BAKKES When her mother arrived at the motorcycle accident scene, Tascha Olieslager was surrounded by paramedics. The distraught Michele ignored her injured husband and ran straight towards Tascha. Paramedics tried to calm her down and said that her daughter was concussed, because she couldn’t hear anything. At that frantic moment Tascha looked up to her mother and said: “I don’t want to die Mommy...” Michele just yelled over and over again: “She’s not concussed! She’s deaf!” This strong and determined woman, who never stepped back from a fight on behalf of the 22-year-old Tascha, couldn’t hold back the tears any longer while she recounted the tale to TygerBurger. She would come to depend on her fighting spirit in the midst of the coming tempest. Table View’s Olieslagers need to raise R338 000 for a cochlear implant for Tascha. Various fundraisers have, to date, not even dented that exorbitant amount, but the eventual benefit of this implant will give credence to the saying: “Every step is worth it and every step is worth the step it took to get there.” Tascha was born with limited hearing, but her parents only discovered this after a year and a half. Michele elaborates: “She was at a day mother and when I went to pick her up the day mother made a joke and said ‘We lost Tascha today.’ Apparently she was calling and calling her, but she couldn’t find her. She finally found her behind the curtains by the sliding door. The day mother said to me that I should take Tascha for some tests.” Soon after it was discovered that Tascha was almost completely deaf. She was two years old when she got her first hearing aid. Her condition has deteriorated over the years and now she has no hearing in her left ear and less than 50 % in her right ear. Yet, when her hearing aid broke last year, Tascha had to cope with a deathly silence for four days... “She cried... It was horrible... Once you have sound and it’s completely taken away from you it’s horrendous,” says Michele. Tascha adds slowly and laboriously: “It’s hard to explain to someone how it is... It’s so very quiet... One only hears loud bangs...” As fate would have it, the broken hearing aid forced Tascha to go to Netcare Blaauwberg Hospital and there a doctor told Michele that a cochlear implant could improve her daughter’s hearing ten-fold. “I don’t want to be six foot under when Tascha goes completely deaf. This implant could open so many doors for her! We can’t find her a job... She wants to be an events and wedding planner, but she can’t do it without the implant. I tell people that she’s got a heart of gold. She’s stunning! She will bend over backwards to help someone! Tascha wants to get out of these four walls... She wants to go out into the big world... But no-one will give her that chance,” says Michele before concluding that there are various fundraisers that she’s planning. V Contact Michele on 078 703 5371 or go to website for more information.






Get your tickets before chaos strikes of Chaos. Rock supergroup, Kings of Eight original musicians Chaos, is set to electrify from bands such as Guns ’n South Africa when they Roses, Def Leppard, Velvet Rebring their unmatched envolver, The Cult, Deep Purple, ergy and sound to GrandCollective Soul and now Alter West Grand Arena on FriBridge, will perform together day 7 and Saturday 8 June. as Kings of Chaos in South AfIt was announced today, rica, with renowned guitarist that vocalist Sebastian Slash performing with the Bach formally of Skid Row, group for the very first time. who was originally includV Shows start at 20:00 and tickets ed in the South African lineare available from Computicket at up, will be replaced by between R375 and R700. Myles Kennedy from Alter Bridge on the South Afri- Slash will be on stage with WIN! WIN! WIN! can tour. Kings of Chaos. Originally formed in 2012 V Three readers can each win dou­ as Matt Sorum’s Rock ’n Roll All Stars, the ble tickets to watch King of Chaos. group’s name was recently changed to Kings Visit to enter.

Zayn takes you on a musical journey With 51 years of showbiz experience behind him, the legendary Zayn Adam will take you Thru the Years of his career in his new show. Thru the Years will run at the Roxy Revue Bar at GrandWest from 24 May to 13 July 2013, Wednesdays to Saturdays. Zayn will be accompanied by Phase Four and will perform music spanning most of his career, starting from his debut in the “Coon Carnival” at the age of 12, right up to the songs he currently enjoys singing today. And who can ever forget “Give a Little Love” with Pacific Express, the song that swept the South African charts in the 70s? Zayn’s wonderful voice and charming stage personality have kept him in the hearts of his many fans who know exactly why he truly deserves to be called a legend. V Tickets for the show cost R78 and are available from Computicket.

Zayn Adam. WIN! WIN! WIN! V Five readers can each win tickets to see Thru the Years at the Roxy on Thursday 30 May. Visit www.ty­ to enter.

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“My album is regtig iets waaroor mense opgewonde “Ek glo ek gáán daar kom. Ek kan wees,” sê Leandi van haar moet net aanhou en vasbyt.” eerste CD. Leandi Franken is glad nie Sy verduidelik dat daar lekbang vir die lang en harde pad ker langarm-liedjies, asook na sukses nie. dieper liedere op die album “Ek wil net ’n voet in die is.“Dis regtig net ’n musiekdeur kry,” sê dié plaaslike CD, waarna ’n mens lekker sanger. kan luister,” sê sy. Haar eerste album, My Leandi se musiekreis het al Droom, is verlede jaar in Novroeg begin. “My musiekloopvember vrygestel. “Dié CD is Leandi Franken is die week baan het op ’n baie interessanbaie interessant,” sê Leandi. op die Oranje Bank. te manier begin,” onthou sy. FOTO: Leandi is ook baie trots By ’n eisteddfod, toe sy nog op TWELVE ELEVEN PRODUCTIONS daarop dat van die liedjies op laerskool was, het ’n beoordehaar album deur Pierre Rossouw, wenner laars haar genooi om by die Gariepfees te van kykNET se Ons Soek die Sanger!, geskryf sing. “En so het dit begin,” sê sy. Wanneer is. sy nie op die verhoog sing nie, is Leandi ’n “Die man is net fenomenaal,” sê sy van drama-onderwyser by Chesterhouse School. Pierre. Southern Buzz-opname-ateljee het V Om Leandi vir optredes te bespreek, stuur ‘n e­pos haar in kontak gebring met Pierre nog voor na Vir meer inligting oor hy aan die kykNET-program deelgeneem het. haar, besoek Hy het toe ses liedjies vir My Droom geskryf. V Leandi is die week op die Oranje Bank. Besoek “Ek was net verlief op sy songs,” se Leandi. www.tygerburger.coza om haar optrede te sien.

Hottest acts for warm­up GARY VAN DYK There’s good news on two fronts for music fans going to The Whispers concert next week. The first part of that good news is that it will save you some money because the ticket prices have dropped for their performance at His People Centre in Parow. Promoter Calvin Peters says that this decision was made to allow as many of their fans as possible to get the chance to see this group in action. “People who have already bought a ticket will be refunded the difference, and they can just go to their nearest Computicket,” he said. The other part of the good news is that some icons in the entertainment business will be the opening act for them. Vernon Castle’s Legends Band featuring Ian Smith on trumpet, Allou April on guitar, Sammy Webber on bass, Bjorn Petersen on drums and Johnny Williams on keyboards will be in action after some very successful appearances around town in recent weeks. Castle was very excited about this move and feels that the group will give the audience just what it wants to warm them up for the main act. This singer, known by many as the “Al Jarreau” of South Africa needs very little introduction to local fans with a career that spans from performing in cabarets in the legendary Goldfinger Lounge as a teenager

to forming some of the top groups of the 70s and 80s like Free-Wind and Feather. “We’re looking forward to this gig,” he said. “Our fans will see another side of what we can do when it comes to a concert situation like this.” V Booking for the concert is at Computicket.

V Deon van Zyl is vanaand by Die Boer in Groot Seun te sien. Teks en regie is deur Ma­ rion Holm. R80. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

V Tribute will be at Villa Pascal on Saturday, to perform the songs of Cliff and the Sha­ dows. Tickets cost between R100 and R120. Call 021 975 2566 or 082 569 4147 to book.

V Sterling EQ is Donderdag by Die Boer. R100. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

V Elvis Blue is Saterdagaand in Die Boer. R170. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

V The Cadillacs sing the songs of Fleetwood Mac at Villa Pascal in Durbanville on Friday. R100. Call 021 975 2566 or 082 569 4147 to book.

V Bongani Sotshononda’s indigenous en­ semble, The Cape Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, The SA Youth Choir and Kha­ yelitsha Mambazo will be at the Artscape Theatre on Saturday to celebrate Africa Day. Mike Campbell is the musical arranger and conductor of the show. R80. Book at Com­ puticket.

V Rupert Mellor and the Thunderbirds will be at Die Boer on Friday. R100. Call 021 979 1911 or 083 406 0111 to book. V Patrick Canovi will be at Quay 4 every Fri­ day from 16:30. Entrance is free. V Comedy Mayhem is on at Richard’s supper stage and bistro on Friday with Wayne Mckay, Brent Niemandt and Russell Fox. R120. Call 076 144 4809 to book.

V Palm Strings will be at Art B Gallery, at Bellville Library on Sunday from 19:00. R30 or R25 (students, pensioners at the door). V Neels Clasen is Sondag in Die Ou Meultea­ ter in Annale van ’n Windgat te sien. R100. Bespreek by 083 564 0056.

V Nedine Blom is Saterdagoggend by Die Boer in die Kinderteater­stuk, Supercool vir Jesus, te sien. R60. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

V Ballistic Blues and Basson Laubscher and the Violent Free Peace will be at Die Boer on Tuesday for Blues Tuesday. R50. Call 021 979 1911 or 083 406 0111 to book.

V James Marais will be at Jamrock Theatre on Saturday with his new show, Rock ’n Roll Legends. R100. Call 021 981 1313 or email ad­ to book.

V Strip met Waldimar Schultz en Johann Nel is Woensdag 29 Mei by Die Boer te sien. Die teks is deur Leon Kruger en regie is deur Gaerin Hauptfleisch. R120. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

All­star: Music Alla Kaap is on at Grand­ West Grand Arena on Friday and Saturday with Percy Sledge, PJ Powers, The Rockets (featuring two original members: Colin “Bones” Delight and Molly Baron), The Boyz and Zayn Adams. A 15­piece band will be headed up by Cape Town’s top music directors, produced and conceptualised by Alistair Izobell and hosted by Cape Town’s own diva Ms Shaleen Surtie­Richards. Tickets cost between R135 and R245 and are available through Computicket.

‘n Spesiale vergadering van die Raad van die Stad Kaapstad sal gehou word op Woensdag 29 Mei 2013 om 10:00 in die Raadsaal, 6de verdieping, Podiumblok, Burgersentrum, Hertzogboulevard 12, Kaapstad waartydens die jaarlikse begroting vir 2013/14 – 2015/16 ingevolge hoofstuk 4, artikel 24(2) van die Wet op Munisipale Finansiële Bestuur oorweeg sal word. ‘n Gewone vergadering van die Raad sal onmiddellik na afloop van die spesiale vergadering plaasvind.



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Let asseblief daarop dat daar ‘n beperkte aantal sitplekke in die openbare galery in die Raadsaal beskikbaar is en dat dit dus op ‘n eerste-daar-eerste-gehelp-grondslag toegeken sal word. As u die vergadering wil bywoon, moet u asseblief tussen 09:00 en 16:00 vir Michelle Alberts by 021 400 3708 skakel. Alle versoeke om bywoning moet teen nie later nie as een dag voor die vergadering ontvang word. Daar sal van u verwag word om u van, voorletters en kontaktelefoonnommer te verstrek. Besoekers word vriendelik versoek om asseblief hulle sitplekke teen 09:30 in te neem.

Allou April is part of the Legends Band with Vernon Castle that will be opening for the Whispers concert on June 1.

They’re back and as fast and furious as ever The sixth instalment of Fast and Furious will be released at Ster-Kinekor CapeGate, Bayside, N1 City, Tyger Valley and Parow on Friday. In Fast and Furious 6, our heroes are scattered across the globe and unable to return home after their heist.

They are tasked with stopping a criminal organisation of lethally skilled mercenary drivers across 12 countries in exchange for a pardon and the chance to go back home again. The movie stars Dwayne Johnson, Paul Walker and Vin Diesel.




Getting in the mood to celebrate at the school are some of their longest serving teachers, from left, Fouzia Meyer (41 years), Patricia Lawrence (34 years), Principal Fahema Meyer (37 years), Elizabeth Segole (39 years), Patricia Arries (37 years), Hope Willis (34 years), school secretary Zelda Jacobs (33 years), and the deputy­principal, Stanley Allies. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

Learners, staff proud of long history of excellence GARY VAN DYK The roses have been blooming at Rosewood Primary in Bonteheuwel for 50 years, and are still going strong. One of the major strengths that the school is proud of, is that teachers tend to stay there, with seven of them at the school for more than 30 years. Principal Fahema Meyer is one of them with 37 years at the school, and she pointed out that the foundation for the prestige of the school was laid down with its first principal, the late Abdullah Brown when the doors of the school opened in 1963. “He served the school for 15 years and under his proficient leadership, the character and ethos of the school was established,” she said. “In 1978, he was succeeded by William Truter who continued to build on and consolidate the structures that were put in place, and he stayed with the school until his retirement in 1995, proving that longevity that we have at this school.” Meyer, who took over the reins in 2010, felt that what works at the school is that they are blessed to have dedicated, loyal and committed teachers who want only the best for their learners. “These educators always believed and still believe that each child is special. They continually strive to develop the child holistically, thus they arrange regular educational excursions to places of interest, as well as special activities in which learners,

their parents and the community participate. “Part of our success is that we are involved with extra-mural activities that range from arts and culture with participation in various music and dance programmes, to sport and various environmental programmes.” The school also plays an important part in the community which surrounds it. They participate in anti-drug and anticrime campaigns, organise marches for peace and human chains to promote safety in the area. “Our learners regularly visit the Lilyhaven Home for the Aged where they interact with the senior citizens and hand out fruit baskets,” added Meyer. They have a number of events planned for the rest of the year to celebrate but they will be kicking it off on Saturday 8 June with a Anniversary Back to School dance that will be held in the hall of Modderdam High School. There will also be a reunion high tea in June, a talent show featuring learners in September, a debutante ball in October and a thanksgiving service in November. Tickets for the celebration on 8 June are R30 with entertainment provided by exlearners from the school. It will be starting at 15:00 and you can bring your own platters. V For more information about the celebration call the school on 021 694 7790, Patricia Arries on 072 392 7321 or Charlene Amos on 072 19 444 02.




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Almal word oud: sorg dus vir bejaardes Die grappie lui: “Wees nou goed vir jou kinders, want eendag gaan hulle jou ouetehuis kies.” As dit maar só was! Hoeveel bejaardes word nie die voorreg ontneem van goeie sorg in hul silwer jare nie? Hopeloos te veel! Baie vergaan in eensaamheid, ellende en armoede. Soms verstoot deur juis dié wat hulle met soveel opofferings en sorg grootgemaak het. Dit is maar een van die nare werlikhede van bejaardesorg in Suid-Afrika. ’n Toename in ouderdom gaan ongelukkig gepaard met ’n afname in flinkheid van brein, fisieke krag en beweeglikheid – iets wat vir elkeen van ons voorlê wat nog nie in daardie ouderdomskategorie val nie. Kom ons sorg vir bejaardes soos ons ook in ons later jare voor gesorg wil word. En juis daarom verdien bejaardes net die beste sorg denkbaar! Soos dié artikel in vandag se uitgawe oor Parow se Seniorsentrum net weer wys: wanneer seniors ’n tuiste gebied word waar daar liefde, deernis en begrip heers, is hulle gelukkig en blymoedig. En kan hulle ook nog ’n belangrike bydrae tot die gemeenskap lewer. Dié sentrum is een van die drie begunstigdes in TygerBurger se Want ons Kan!/’Cause we Can-konsert, wat einde Julie plaasvind. Om kaartjies te koop vir dié konsert – met ’n hele klomp bekendes in die SA vermaaklikheidswêreld op die verhoog – lewer u as leser ook ’n bydrae om ’n glimlag op bejaardes se gesigte te sit.

SMS V Baie dankie aan dié drie op en wakker po­ lisiemanne. Woensdagoggend, terwyl ek die kospakkie regkry vir die man wat my gunsteling TygerBurger aflewer, is die po­ lisie by en wil weet of die man hier werk. Tannie wil net vir julle verseker dat ek dit so waardeer en voel veilig, want ek weet julle gee om en nogmaals dankie, julle drie. Wil ook byvoeg Tannie maak ook nie vir enigeen die deur oop nie, ek is ook waak­ saam. – Dankbare tannie V A solution to parking illegally in bays meant for disabled people is to just park right behind it, get out and go do your shopping, go and have a cup of tea/coffee then go back to your car. I guarantee you, that person will not park there again. – Harry V Stikland­stasie se kaartjiekantoor is al­ tyd gesluit. Op die deur staan hy moet oop wees, maar daar is niemand wat werk nie. Geen diens, maar die persoon wat daar werk, kry sy salaris. – Anon V Baie geskok oor die voorblad “Kankerly­ er toegetakel”, TygerBurger, 15 Mei. Sterk­ te aan mnr. Charles Mostert. Wat gaan in die land aan? Moet asseblief nie die saak daar los nie. Jy het ook regte. Gebruik dit en staan daarby. – Jokkies V My sympathy to Mr Mostert (Metrorail attack). Sadly, this conduct has become typical of too many officials who use their power to abuse citizens, presumably to boost their own egos. – Sick of it V Hoekom kan die staat of munisipaliteit se verkeersafdeling nie optree teen die groter bestuurskole met uitspattigge hoë pryse nie. Die studente dop baie. Help! – Anon V Wat ’n lekkerte om bure, almal buurt­ waglede, om ons te hê wat na mekaar kyk en omgee. So maak almal ’n verskil in die area om ons. – Trotse Parow­Wester, 1ste laan ) SMS’e kos R1,50 elk. Stuur die woord “Tyger”, gevolg deur jou boodskap na 45527.


So ver as die ooste van die weste af is, so ver verwyder Hy ons oortredin­ ge van ons af. Ps. 103:12


Uitgewer: TygerBurger word uitgegee deur WP Koerante en is deelvan die Media 24­groep Verspreding: TygerBurger Eersterivier/Blue Downs word elke Woensdag in die volgende gebiede afgelewer: Dennemeer, Devon Park, Greenfield, Kleinvlei, Melton Rose, Fairdale, Rustdal, Stradford Green, Gaylee, Brentwood Park, Camelot, Delro, Electric City, Forest Heights, Fountain Village, Hagley, Heath Park, Hindle Park, High Place, Highgate, Hillcrest Heights, Malibu Village, Rotterdam, Silver­ sands, Stradford, Sunbird Park, The Connifers, Tuscany Glen, Wesbank, Nooiensfon­ tein en Wimbledon. Totale verspreiding: 27 968 TygerBurger het twaalf verskillende uitgawes vir die volgende gebiede: Bellville, Durbanville, Parow, Good­ wood, Brackenfell, Kraaifon­ tein, Kuilsrivier, Milnerton, Table View, Eersterivier/Blue Downs, Ravensmead/Belhar en Elsiesrivier. Totale verspreiding: 285 531 Vir enige verspreidingsklagtes skakel 021 910 6500 of e­pos: verspreiding@tygerbur­

Kontak ons:

Nuusredakteur: Marana Brand van Hulsteyn 0021 910 6540 Joernalis: Tandy­Lee Marinus 0021 910 6549 tandylee.marinus@tygerbur­ Advertensiebestuurder: Garth Hewitt 0021 910 6520 Hoofkoerant advertensies: Quincy Noble 0021 910 6527 of 0083 433 7224 Geklassifiseerd: 00860 11 7520 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.claas­ of skakel 021 851 3232 of 083 543 2471. Lesers kan ook klagtes oor die inhoud by die Persombudsman van Suid­Afrika, mnr. Joe Thloloe, aanhangig maak. Skakel in daardie geval gerus 011 484 3612/8, stuur ‘n faks na 011 484 3619 of ‘n e­pos na nakhanyim@ombuds­ or johanr@om­

Bokke vir sports: Nie gesigte wat ’n mens aldag op die rugbyveld sien nie. Retief Viljoen en Jack Parow het vir die Sangers op die veld gedraf in ‘n rugbywedstryd teen die Omroepers by Bok Radio se rugbydag vir liefdadig­ heid, wat Sondag by die Hoërskool D.F. Malan gehou is. FOTO: CARINA ROUX

BRIEWE|Faks: 021 910 6501|Posbus 747, Belville 7535|Briewe wat nie langer is as 250 woorde nie, sal voorkeur geniet. Verskaf asb. u naam, adres en telefoonnommer by (nie vir publikasie). Spertyd is Vrydag om 12:00

‘Dokter’ buit armes uit Lank gelede het die TygerBurger berig oor advertensies wat onwettig teen pale opgeplak word. Dit moes aangemeld word indien jy iemand sou sien wat besig was om dit op te sit. Ongelukkig kan ek nie al die besonderhede van die skrywe onthou nie. Nou word pamflette selfs in ons posbusse gegooi! “Get rid of unwanted pregnancies.” Dit maak my woedend! Hierdie “dokter” is glo van Oos-Afrika en kan help met “any problem”. Hoe kan ons die boodskap uitstuur dat ons nie mense soos hy in die gemeenskap soek nie? Hy buit die armes uit en maak geld met sy onwettige bedrywe. Ek wil so graag optree teen Doctor Mandwa, maar voel my hande is afgekap! LEIGH HANCKE Kraaifontein Die publiek word aangemoedig om onwettige en aanstootlike plakkate by wetstoepassing en die metropolisie aan te meld by 021 812 4663 of 021 596 1999 sodat reëlings met die relevante stadsdepartement getref kan word om dit so gou moontlik te verwyder. In Voortrekkerweg in Bellville en Parow, kan die VRCID (Voortrekker Road Corridor Improvement District) se 24 uur-operasionele nommer by 072 792 7168 geskakel word. – Red

Stand up and stop the rot that is crime Referring to “Polisie vat nie blaam vir hoë misdaad, TygerBurger, 15 May), I would like to comment on our crime situation in this country. We moved from the southern suburbs to Kuils River about six months ago, I love it here. Our neighbours, well those

close to me, are very nice people, most of them work during the day. I am a housewife and we agreed to exchange phone details. If anything happens I would firstly contact the police, any strange cars or people in our road I would do the same. We had a burglarly not too long ago, the owners do not greet let alone give you a glance, they had the audacity to inquire details. With that kind of attitude one does not want to do anything for such people. What I am trying to say is your neighbour is the closest to you, do not judge people because of the colour of their skin, make an effort to get to know them, we are all South Africans. To curb the crime lets work together, stop complaining and blaming the police for every freaking thing. Today I just heard on the news they are so short staffed. Let’s look at the bigger picture, get out of your comfort zone and stop this rot, stand up for what you paying for. LYDIA SISSING Kuils River

Navrae oor vuishoue by stasie help nie Na aanleiding van die berig “Kankerlyer toegetakel”, TygerBurger, 15 Mei. Ek het die voorval daardie Vrydagoggend gesien en dadelik die polisie gebel. By die werk het ek weer die polisie gebel om te hoor of enigiemand gaan help het. Die vrou het gesê sy sien geen rekord dat ek tussen 06:00 en 08:00 gebel het nie. Sy het toe my selfoonnommer en naam geneem en gesê sy gaan my terugbel. Ek het egter niks van hulle gehoor nie. Ek’t Metrorail gebel en navraag gedoen en niemand kon my enigiets sê nie. Ek was só bekommerd oor die man. Dit maak nie saak wie en wat jy is nie, maar jy slaan niemand nie. Die arme man het nie eers teruggeslaan nie! Mense wat van die trein

geklim het, het hom kom help. Siestog, dis so sleg van die Metro-mense om dit te doen. Werk daardie mense nog daar? Ek’t een man van Metro gesien wat hom geslaan het, en die res het gestaan en kyk en nie gekeer nie. Daar is min kere wat ek op ’n trein was, dat die Metrorail-beamptes met daardie draagbare masjiene by hulle loop. Ek’t so ’n tyd gelede gehoor van ’n seun op die Claremontlyn, wat ook deur hulle geslaan is nadat hy die verkeerde kaartjie gewys het. Hy wou die regte een uithaal, maar hulle het hom nie ’n kans gegee nie en net geslaan. En die polisie het glo gesê hulle kan niks doen nie. Ons as vroue is bang vir hulle, want wat as dit met ons gebeur? Wat gaan Metrorail dan sê? Om jammer te sê, gaan nie help nie. MARI­ANGELIQUE ROBBERTS E­pos

Respect parking bay for the intention I feel people need to respect the bays at shopping centres for what they are. Each time I try to park in the moms and tots parking bays with my new baby, I see that reps and other people park in these bays. Even government branded cars. I have spoken to these people and told them that you need to be either be a pensioner or a mom with a kid, to be able to park there. What they don’t understand is that one has a pram, and numerous baby goods that accompany bringing a tot to a mall. You also want to avoid them being in wind or rain, especially newborns. What really irks me is when people other than moms and pensioners, park here, like lazy housewives with teens, reps who just “pop in”, etc, and you see folk park there and there is no kid in the car. JANINE ATKINS Pinehurst



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(ABDS­0173) 3 bedr., 2 with laminated floors. Tiled lounge. Kitch. (b.i.c.) Bathr., 2 carports. Paving around the house. Close to all amenities. We have approved buyers in the following areas: Belhar, Delft, Elsies River, Bishop Lavis. Please call us if you want to sell or just want a FREE valuation. Shireen: 079 077 7665 or Riedewaan: 073 399 2082 Office: 021 931 9265 (Office hours: 09:00 ­ 17:00) Use reference to view pictures at

DELFT/ROSENDAL All offers between R220 000 & R260 000 will be presented!! NEW ON THE MARKET

DENNEMEER Offers between R400 000 & R450 000 welcome!! NEW ON THE MARKET


GAYLEE / BLACKHEATH R630 000 neg ­ 3 Bedr, lounge, small diningr., massive carport, fully encl., close to public transport. HILLCREST HEIGHTS ­ R550 000 7 Bedr, dble gar, kitch, bathr, carport, needs some repair work. HINDLE PARK / SILVERSANDS R350 000 ­ 2 Bedr, lounge, kitch, bathr, close to public transport VOORBRUG ­ DEFLT R285 000 3 bedr., lnge, kitch, carport. RIVERTON ­ R485 000: 2 bedr., lounge kitchen, family bathr., secure parking. UITSIG / RAVENSMEAD ­ R 650 000: Spacious 3 bedr, spacious kitchen,lounge, d / garage, toilet & bathr, triple carport & garage and spac 1 bedr g.flat ­ close to school & public transport RAVENSMEAD ­ R280 000 Vacant Plot on Northway Street Elsies River (Donigde Avenue) R380 000 ­ Very neat 3 bedr., lnge, sec parking, f.f.kitch, fully encl.

Gary: 076 696 2403 Melissa: 072 057 5753 GLENHAVEN / BELLVILLE SOUTH R530 000 neg. 3 bedroom duplex, main with built­ in cupboards, family bathroom, lounge / dining, large kitchen. Situated in this sought after area. Ideal for newly weds.

Calling all Sellers!!! In the Bellville South, Delft and Belhar areas. I NEED STOCK !!! Should you wish to sell please call me. Theresa: 021 951 5929 or 082 077 3270. THERESA'S PROPERTIES KUILSRIVER SUMMERVILLE R680 000


R4 500 p/m (ABDS­0157) 3 bedr. (main en suite), lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Deposit required. Preference to SA citizens. Need to be permanently employed. ITC credit reports required. No pets allowed. Contact IMRAAN 076 912 3436 / 0219319265 (Office hours: 09:00 • 17:00) Use references to view pictures at


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Thinking of BUYING OR SELLING in Bellville, Kuils River, Elsies River, Matroosfontein, Eerste River, Blue Downs

EERSTE RIVER / Silwood Heights R370 000 ­ 2 bedr. on enclosed plot. KRAAIFONTEIN / The Palms R850 000 ­ 3 bedr. with s.garage on large plot. BLACKHEATH / Rustdal R899 000 ­ Unfinished spacious 5 bedr. with sep entr. Making Your Dream Home a Reality

For Excellent Personal Service, contact TANSWELL 084 032 7505 YOLAM PROPERTIES

WESBANK ­ R170 000 3 beds., kitchen, lounge, toilet, burglar bars, carport, fully enclosed.

ROSENDAL / DELFT R290 000 ­ 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, b.bars & safety gates, bathr., toilet, fully enclosed.

LOVELY AREA ­ 3 beds., lounge, fitted kitchen, bathr. BONUS: Single garage with parking for 2 cars, built­in braai plus store room. Quick seller.

JACQUES 083 686 2117

Immaculate 3­bedr. house with b.i.c. Kitchen with b.i.c., oven, hob. Open­plan lounge, sliding door to spacious yard. Bathr./toilet, tiled floors. Safety gates, burglar bars, single garage. Call Francis de Wet 0219061994 or 082 770 8954

VOORBRUG / DELFT R290 000 ­ 2 beds., lounge,

kitchen, b.bars, safety gates, bathr., toilet, carport x 2 cars, fully enclosed.


We are looking for houses to sell in Bellville South, Belhar, Delft, Bishop Lavis, Ravensmead, Parow. DUANE 073 159 3432 or STEPHANIE 072 977 9972 or OFFICE 021 951 2290.

BELHAR/MUSICALS ­ R590 000 New release, 3 beds, 2 with bic•s, sep bath & toilet, brand new kitch ff/lounge/diningr. with jetmaster, garage with remote control door. BELHAR / MUSICALS ­ R720 000 Situated off Acordian Way, 3 beds with b.i.c, f.f.lounge with built­in wall unit, dble gar, outside room. BELHAR / SELF­HELP ­ R480 000 NEG. ­ 3 beds., main bed with b.i.c., large lounge &, bathr. with full shower, carport BELHAR / SELF­HELP ­ R580 000 neg. ­ 3 beds. with 2 baths., large kitchen with lots of b.ic., lounge, double garage, carport. BELHAR / MUSCIALS ­ R500 000 Facebrick 2 beds., previously 3, large sunken lounge,, carport EERSTE RIVER / MALIBU Village R699 000 neg: Facebrick d.storey on cnr plot, lounge,, large kitch, diningr., 4 beds, 2 baths, gar. Immavulate, a must view!!! Bishop Lavis/Nooitgedacht: R450 000 ­ Urgent Sale 800m² plot, 3 beds, lam. floors. knotty pine ceilings, corner bath, f.f.kitch, lounge, diningroom plus scullery Aleric: 083 966 7878 Sharon: 083 317 3794 Office hours: 021 953 1480 SP PROPERTIES

CRAVENBY ­ R2 500 p.m. 1 bedr. granny flat, kitch (bic). Bathr. Dep. required. Preference to SA Citizens. No pets allowed. Non­ smokers & drinkers. Couples welcome. Excl. elec. PAROW VALLEY ­ R1 500 p.m Rooms in a commune avail. Single people only. Preference to South African citizens. Close to public transport. Dep. required. No pets allowed. Non­smokers & drinkers. PAROW VALLEY ­ R2 500 p.m. Spacious bedrooms TO LET in a commune. Common kitchen with b.i.c. Common lounge area. Spacious yard. Preference to South African citizens. Close to public transport. Deposit required. No pets allowed. Singles only Contact: IMRAAN ­ 076 912 3436/ 021 931 9265 Office hours: 9am­5pm View more properties at


FAIRDALE / BLUE DOWNS R349 000 ­ (Web Ref: 510) 3 spac. beds., lounge, diningr., TV­room, m.e.s., kitchen, parking for 1 car. FAIRDALE / BLUE DOWNS R295 000 ­ 2 beds., facebrick, big plot, kitchen, burglar bars, fully encl. Close to public transport. PARK VILLAGE / MELTON ROSE ±R350 000 (Web Ref: 507)3 beds., neat, tidy lnge, kitch, sec. parking. BLUEBERRY HILLS / BLUE DOWNS ­ R350 000 (Web Ref: 509) 3 beds., lounge, kitchen, family bathr., en suite. SILWOOD HEIGHTS / EERSTE RIVER ­ Offers from R250 000 2 beds., facebrick, carport, lounge, kitchen, 421 m² plot. ROSENDAL / DELFT ­ R245 000 Spacious 2 beds., lounge, big plot, kitchen, bathroom. MONT CLAIRE/ MANDALAY R350 000 neg. 2 beds., lounge, family bathroom, big plot. MALIBU VILLAGE ­ R550 000 Spac 3 beds., lounge, kitchen, en suite, fam. bathr., plus 2 bedr. g.flat, extra income potential. Call Gary 076 696 2403 or Melissa 072 057 5753



Chilli Boys chipper about their league race THOMAS CAROLUS Chippa United secured their place in the Absa Premier League play-offs when they came back from a goal down to beat AmaZulu 2-1 at the Moses Mabhida Stadium on Saturday afternoon. It was a result that ensured the Chilli Boys have a say in their own destiny, with a chance of survival via the promotion/relegation play-offs. “We’ve done everything we could,” the Chippa United coach Mark Harrison said. “Our last six games, we’ve won three and

drew three and I don’t think you can ask for more. “In the end that’s only enough to take us to the play-offs but with the confidence and the character in that squad, we’ve got every chance of staying in the PSL now.’’ Chippa United will now join the second and third placed National First Division clubs in a three team league style competition that will decide who the 16th team is in next year’s Absa Premier League. Harrison added that they will now go all out to win the play-off and retain their status in the top flight league, with the Englishman

banking on their form and experience to keep them in the top league. Usuthu took an early lead through Bongani Ndulula, but the Cape based side replied after the break through two well taken penalties from substitute Brent Carelse. The opening goal arrived in the fourth minute when Njabulo Manqana burst into the box from the left before forcing a low save from Tashrique Goldman; Issa Sarr then tried to clear the lines, but Ndulula was able to deflect the ball into the net. However, the Cape side came back into the match three minutes into the second half


when they were awarded a penalty as William Twala was brought down by Tapuwa Kapini in the box. Carelse who had come on for Welcome Qalanto at half-time, stepped up to take the spot kick and calmly slotted the ball into the bottom right corner, sending Kapini the wrong way. The visitors were then awarded another penalty in the 75th minute. Carelse took the responsibility again and tucked the ball past a diving Kapini and into the bottom right corner of the net to secure maximum points for his side.

Girls also enjoy a game of rugger

The girls of Northerns RFC from Elsies River are making their mark in women’s rugby and involving local schools in their programme to introduce the sport to youngsters in the area. They recently received some support from a local business who has donated kit to the junior teams. Jodeleen Esau, from Norwood Primary, tries it out while, standing from left, is Nicolia Wynand from Cravenby Primary, Candece Williams from Elswood, coach Lillian Fredericks, Danny Gertse from the sponsors GVG Building and Civils, Sherlin Williams and Shannon Plaatjies, both from Elswood. More information about the girls’ rugby project from 079 320 4314. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

Aangebied deur:

SKAAPKOP-EET Wêreldrekord

Kom deel in die pret en plesier in ’n poging om ’n vorige rekord waar 438 skaapkoppe op een terrein voorberei en geëet is, tot 500 te verbeter.

Bushman’s Cave Bergteater, Clanwilliam Saterdag 1 Junie 2013 vanaf 14:00 (ete om 18:00) R150 per kop / skoliere halfprys alles ingesluit. (Skaapkop- of Potjiekos-ete) • Olof Bergh kontantkroeg beskikbaar (eie drank word nie toegelaat nie) • Snoepie beskikbaar • Gelukstrekkings deur die dag

Super 15 Rugby Stormers vs Kings sal vertoon word in die Olof Bergh-kroeg om 17:00

Ons gebruik slegs produkte van Skaapkoppe geborg deur


Paul van Tonder 021 982 0551

Kunstenaars geborg deur

Olof Bergh-Kunstenaars wat gaan optree is Amore, Rooies en Willem Louwrens, die trekklavier Prins van Heidelberg

Olof Bergh Kroeg

Etekaartjiebesprekings kan gedoen word by 027 482 2918 of

021 981 4020


Beperkte akkommodasie in huisies en kampering is beskikbaar: Kontak asb. vir Melinda de Milander by of skakel 027 482 2918

Media, bemarking en borgskap-navrae – Marius Opperman – of 082 570 5758 Logistieke navrae – Erik de Milander – of 027 482 2918

And here they are in action in a City of Cape Town Girls’ Rugby Development programme that was held in Scottsdene on Friday afternoon. Sherlin Williams has ball in hand in their game against Siyabulela from Langa. But, it was all in vain as they lost 10­5. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX


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In die hoekie oor!

Hier in die FNB Classic­interskolestryd tussen Bellville­Suid en Kasselsvlei, druk Xavier Balie (Bellville­Suid) sy drie ten spyte van die poging van Duncan Saal (Kasselsvlei) om hom te stuit. Bellville­Suid het die wedstryd met 18­16 gewen. FOTO: CARINA ROUX


Bellville proe ’n sege SAREL BURGER


n ’n ietwat teleurstellende naweek vir die Tygerbergse rugbyspanne in die WP se Superliga was Durbanville-Bellville, Bellville en Noordelikes/Northlink-kollege die enigste wat met blymoedige harte Saterdagaand huiswaarts gekeer het. Bellville (voorheen Bellville Tech), wat met sy debuut vanjaar in die A-afdeling sover gesukkel het om behoorlik op dreef te kom, het wel in sy jongste wedstryd vir die eerste keer ’n oorwinning geproe toe hy Helderberg met 36-32 getroef het. Dit was ’n goeie wipplankstryd, waarin Bellville se be-

ter agterlynspel die knoop deurgehak het. Durbanville-Bellville het hom teen ’n besonder vasberade Belhar vasgeloop, maar toe die Durbies in die tweede helfte beheer verkry het, het hul uiteindelike sewe drieë ’n sege van 47-26 bewerkstellig.

Lamgelê Tygerberg-klub het eweneens in sy wedstryd teen die Maties die studentespan aanvanklik goed lamgelê. Dit was totdat die besoekers se groter slaankrag in die agterlyn meegebring het dat die Floridapark-span met 34-17 die kous oor die kop gekry het. In die B-afdeling van die Superliga het die

Ajax just clear of relegation THOMAS CAROLUS Ajax Cape Town ended their season on a high note when they clinched a 3-0 victory over Golden Arrows in an Absa Premier League match at the Athlone Stadium on Saturday afternoon.

The Urban Warriors, needing a point from their last match of the season to steer clear of the relegation zone got off to a great start when Khenyeza slotted home the opening goal as early as the ninth minute of the game. A good passing move down the right

Universiteit van Wes-Kaapland se span onverwags kwaai teenstand van Hamlets gekry en moes hy genoeë neem met ’n gelykopuitslag van 17-17. Noordelikes/Northlinkkollege het darem weer op die wenspoor gekom deur sy buurman, Goodwood, met 4810 af te ransel. Brackenfell (25-32 t Villager) en Kuilsrivier (22-46 t Primrose) kon nie die mas opkom in hul wedstryde nie. As gevolg van die Stormers-wedstryd eerskomende Saterdag op Nuweland, is net enkele spanne in die Tygerbergstreek in aksie – en wel reeds Vrydagaand (tuisspan eerste): Helderberg t Belhar, Schotsche Kloof/ Walmer t Bellville, NNK t Hands & Heart. flank, starting at right back with Cecil Lolo ended when Khama Billiat played the ball to Khenyeza who made no mistake from close range. The game came to life in the 72nd minute when Losper scored from close range from Khenyeza’s cut-back. Khenyeza finished off the afternoon with his second goal on the day, scoring from a Lance Davids cross to secure all three points on offer.













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