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Hopping for their concert Little ones from Little Lighthouse Educare in Penhill show their version of the popular Gangnam Style dance in preparation for their annual concert. At the back are teachers Marleen Jacobs, Karin Burgher and Lezette Daniels. Children (back): Cassie Carelse, Tamsyn Jacobs, Iviwe Mqantsa, Joshlyn Lottering, Jihaad Jack, Gebriella Fortuin. Front: Tegan Daniels, Ethan Wyngaard, Matthew Petersen, Erin Linnert, Nichisa Cronjé. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX

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nyone in Eerste River would easily tell a newcomer about one of the most notorious roads in the area: Old Faure

Road. Readers have brought it to TygerBurger’s attention that this road is earning its reputation as a hub for criminal or shady activities. The stretch of road is a highly functional and busy thoroughfare between Eerste River, Baden Powell Road, the N2 highway and Van Riebeeck Road. One element that may be an aggravating factor in the number of criminal activities is the fact that this dark road is, well, dark – there are no lights along the road. To residents here, it is already common knowledge that prostitutes frequent the

profitable length of tarmac. However, there are now also complaints of roadside shacks that are allegedly used for circumcision practices and criminals hiding, killing and dumping bodies there. As if that’s not enough, allegations also include robbery, hijacking, prostitutes openly using drugs, cows, goats and stray dogs all along the road, as well as drunkenness and loitering.

Prostitution Police confirmed that a lot of criminal activities happen along this road, but also noted that this has been been decreasing in recent months. “Most of the crimes that happen along the road, are due to the prostitution. This is because they (sex workers) work with guards,” W/O Annacletta Mothoalo, spokeswoman of

the Kleinvlei police, said. “The prostitute’s guards are stealing from the farming community (on the other side of the road) there. “We are planning to have a meeting with the farming community, because they have since started taking the law into their own hands. “We are well aware of the criminal activities, and are working on it. On Fridays we have vehicle control points to search vehicles, but because there is no electricity, and due to the density of the bushes, it’s a difficult area to police. “We also do roadblocks and involve the media so that clients of these prostitutes are made aware that they can be robbed or hijacked,” she said. “The crime has decreased a lot since we have started to arrest the prostitutes along

the road. “Most of them have since moved their operations to Baden Powell Road,” Mothoalo said. “There was one body dumped in Old Faure Road, but an arrest was made in that case.”

Action Julian Unthank, chair of the Eerste River community policing forum, said that there is a dire need for action from the local council. He also stated that there is a lot of work being done between the CPF and police in this area. “There’s definitely a lot of stuff happening at Faure road. This includes prostitution, drug use and dumping of bodies, but obviously the biggest problem there is the farming community staying behind the road. V To page 2.


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From page 1 Nobody wants to take responsibility for them in the local council,” Julian said. “The city is trying to get rid of these residents, because they want to turn the area into a temporary residential area, similar to the one opposite the Bosasa premises. The reason the council doesn’t want to take responsibility, is so the people there can become fed up with the criminal activities and move out there. Because of this, it is now becoming a dumping ground for all types of criminal activities. “It’s also very inaccessible to police because there is no infrastructure there to make the area accessible. With some of the crimes that are happening, like robberies, people run into the bushes,” he

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said. “We want to appeal to the public to avoid the area at night.” John Heuvel, chair of Subcouncil 22 which is responsible for the area, said they were looking into the problems along this road. “There is a budget for street lighting. It will be done. The local councillor (Gordon Thomas) is working on it,” he said. When asked what the city planned to do about the densely bushed area, Heuvel replied that “some of the property along the road does not belong to local government.” V Anyone with information about criminal activi­ ties along the road is urged to contact the Kleinv­ lei police at 021 902 8300.

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Seven­year­olds in crossfire GARY VAN DYK Two young twins from Delft were the latest victims of shootings in the area recently and police want your help in catching the culprits. This latest incident happened on Sunday 18 August in Rhine Road, Eindhoven. According to Delft police spokesperson Capt Joe Wilson the boys were playing in front of their house when they got injured. “At the time of the incident two adults were returning home when occupants in another vehicle fired several shots at them, injuring 23-year-old Gavin Messias and the seven-year-old twins, Ashwin and Ashton Messias. The adult was injured in his leg, thigh and buttock and the twins in their left legs. “The injured were transported to hospital and both minors underwent surgery,” he said. Wilson added that the police were very concerned about the experience for these children and decided to do something special

to console them. Last week Maj Christelle Cloete and personnel of Delft SAPS went to Tygerberg Hospital to console the children. Armed with some tasty treats and toys Cloete comforted the twins and urged them to believe in humanity and that not all people were bad. “It was fantastic to see how excited they were when they saw the gifts that we brought them,” added Wilson. “They wanted to get up from their beds to go out and play but we had to persuade them that they had to get better first.” Mother Rochelle and father, Manus, spoke about their experience about the trauma they experienced after the attack and expressed their appreciation to the community and police for their token of compassion and support to the family. According to the police no arrests have been made and request the community to come forward with information. V Contact the investigating officer, Detective Consta­ ble John Hokwana on 021 954 9037, or 083 993 0917.

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Mfuleni police have made another huge dagga bust in less than two weeks. “The police were alerted of a place that is selling dagga in the Mfuleni hostels,” said Capt Nomathemba Muavha, spokeswoman of Mfuleni police. On Monday morning they went to this house and “asked for permission to search the house for drugs,” she said. They found 10 plastic carry bags of dagga stored in a blue municipal bag, hidden in a black wheelie bin, she said. The dagga, which weighed in at 7.929 kg, had an estimated street value of about R13 000. Police arrested a 36-year-old woman. “SAPS cannot emphasise enough the importance of the community’s involvement in rooting out drugs in the community. “That is why we would like to thank the community for their continued support in the fight against crime, by reporting illegal criminal activities.”


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The mother (Mary Abrahams) and sister (Marilyn van de Rheede) of Monique Portland, who died in an accident on Old Faure Road near Mfuleni. “The circumstances surrounding the incident are currently under investigation and no further details can be made available at this stage,” Col Tembinkosi Kinana, provincial police spokesman, said. Capt Isaac van Niekerk, spokesman of the Kuils River police, told TygerBurger the two police officers were outstanding in their duties. Sgt Hoop was also a decorated officer who had received a number of accolades and awards, Van Niekerk said. “I will never forget, in his interview after he received an excellence award, how Sgt Hoop had said that he wanted to show his friends and those from his alma mater that someone from an area like Valhalla Park could achieve great heights,” he said. “He was an excellent police officer.” Police management conveyed their deepest condolences to the families of all the deceased who lost their lives in the accident. “Our hearts and thoughts are with all the bereaved families,” Kinana said. A memorial service will be held for the officers on Friday 30 August at the AFM church in Church Street, Soneike, at 12:00.

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The sergeant’s wife is seven months pregnant, their eldest is seven. The constable’s son is nine. This is the heart-wrenching reality of the two outstanding Kuils River police officers who died so gruesomely in the early hours of Sunday morning. The police van they were travelling in along Old Faure Road near Mfuleni collided with a break-down truck. Then it caught alight. The officers, Sgt Jeremy Hoop and Const Monique Portland, as well as a suspect they had arrested earlier, were killed in the burning van. Now only the bereaved families and their young children remain. “We had a very, very happy marriage the past four years and I couldn’t have asked for a better husband.” This is the message from Camilla Hoop, distraught and pregnant widow of Sgt Jeremy Hoop. “The foundations he laid in our marriage and his home are his legacy – I will build on that for our future,” she said. “He was a proud police officer.” The family of Const Portland are also holding on to their memories of her. “She was a very spontaneous person,” Mary Abrahams, Monique’s mother, told TygerBurger. “She was always laughing and telling jokes and she lived for her work. She was a really reliable person and my right hand person, and I could always count on her.” Monique’s sister, Marilyn van de Rheede, said Monique had a very distinct laugh: “You could hear that laugh from very far. She was a wonderful person and her son was her number one priority.” Marilyn said the boy, Monzavian (9), did not seem to realise yet that his mother had died, but the family was already in the process of getting him help to deal with the trauma. “He’s seeing the psychologist on Thurs-


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WP Durbell Hockey takes gold The WP Durbell Hockey Team, which includes hockey players from various northern suburbs schools, took part in the South Regional Hockey Tournament in Port Elizabeth from 8-11 August. The team was unbeaten throughout the tournament and won all seven matches. They won the final against WP Southerns 3-1. Gareth Easom, the coach of the successful team said it was a challenging and exciting tournament. The event was organised and hosted by Eastern Province Hockey.

The victorious WP Durbell hockey team. Back from left are Ruan van der Westhuizen, Wade Whitear, Braydon Smits, Vian Smit, Keenan Opperman, Erik van Graan and Zaskia Kuun (manager). Middle: Rejuan Tobin, Joshua Pretorius, Jacques le Roux, Michael George, Balo Dlikilili, Karlo Azevedo and Mikhail Abrahams. Front: Charl Barkhuizen (goalkeeper).

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Crime scene education The women of Mfuleni and the Wesbank community are now armed with information on how to treat a crime scene. The training initiative, hosted by the Mfuleni police cluster, aimed to inform the women on exactly what to do if a crime was committed, and how to protect and preserve evidence, as well as the crime scene, said Capt Nomathemba Muavha from the Mfuleni police. “In the light of rape incidents, it has been noted that not all people understand the importance and the procedure to be followed after these crimes have been committed,” said Muavha. “This campaign, therefore, was part of the SAPS’s contribution and demonstration of a caring attitude towards the victims of crime and particularly to the vulnerable women and children within our society,” she said. The session was attended by about 120 people at the Wesbank multi-purpose centre, and formed part of the police’s Women’s Month programme, led by Maj Gen Sharon

Jephta, deputy provincial commissioner of police. The women were taught, step by step, how to handle a crime scene. Police did this by teaching the women to remember the abbreviation “DNA CSI”, said Muavha. In DNA, the “D” is for “don’t touch”, “N” for “note, record and observe” and “A” for “assist police officers”. In CSI, the “C” stands for “comfort and support the victim”, “S” is for “secure crime scene” and “I” for “insist no-one interferes”. “The group was very interactive as they posed questions to the trainer and also answered some of the questions,” she said “All women in attendance were amazed at how much evidence is available at a rape crime scene. That evidence could be successfully used in linking a suspect to the crime scene,” she said. According to Muavha, the community thought the session was “informative and also a resounding success because it empowered them as women. They were very thankful to the police for the initiative.”

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Hier is die nuwe huiseienaars (van links) Leon van Wyk, Moses Malgas, Gerome October, Carmen Townsend en Simon Faans. Agter is Jacob Pietersen, Marcelino Booysen, Donny Townsend (Carmen se broer) en Levona Coerecius. Afwesig: Faldien Richards en sy dogter, Nadia.

‘Nuwe Begin’ vir gestremdes En daar kry hulle toe hul huise! Dié “hulle” is sewe gestremdes van Eersterivier. Hulle het op Woensdag 21 Augustus vir die eerste keer die sleutel in die slot van hul nuwe huisies in die Nuwe Begin-behuisingsprojek in Blue Downs gedraai. “Hulle was almal op die waglys, maar omdat hulle spesiale behoeftes het, hoef hulle nie vir té lank op hul huise gewag het nie,” het Levona Coerecius, voorsitter van die Eerste River Blue Downs Ratepayers’ Residents’ Association, gesê.

Die sewe huise is oorhandig aan Leon van Wyk, Moses Malgas, Jacob Pietersen, Gerome October, Carmen Townsend en haar broer, Donny Townsend, Faldien Richards en sy dogter, Nadia, en laastens Simon Faans. “Dit is met groot dankbaarheid en blydskap dat dié gestremde en rolstoelgebonde mense Woensdag hul sleutel tot hul nuwe woning gekry het. Hulle gee aan God, wat dit moontlik gemaak het, al die eer en lof,” het Levona gesê.

Dit was ook vir Levona ’n groot dag. Sy het deur die hele proses van die aansoek tot die sleutel die pad saam met hulle gestap. “My passie is om met oues, broses en diegene met gestremdhede te werk,” het sy gesê. Sy het ook ’n spesiale versoek aan die gemeenskap gerig: “Die gemeenskap kan enige meubels of huisware wat hulle nie gebruik nie, met graagte skenk sodat ons dié gestremdes kan help.” V Mense wat meubels wil skenk, kan Levona Coereci­ us kontak by 072 233 5185.

‘Flooding not fault of city system’ MICHELLE LINNERT @linnertmb

In last week’s edition TygerBurger reported on a flooded street in Kleinvlei. According to residents here, the flooding in Gemsbok Street occurs with heavy rainfall and during winter every year because of old, unmaintained pipes. According to Sophia Kannemeyer, a local resident here, the pipes in question are about 40 years old, and have never been replaced or checked for structural damage. The city says the pipes are fine. “The area is not in need of rehabilitation,” Cllr Ernest Sonnenberg, acting mayoral committee member for transport said. “City officials have reported that the stormwater system in Gemsbok Street is in perfect working condition, although blockages do sometimes occur due to household waste that gets dumped into the stormwater system. Residents are urged to please keep the stormwater system free of debris. “If a blockage occurs, residents can contact the city’s call centre on 0860 103 089. If the blockage has occurred in the downpipes of the private houses, however, it is the owner’s responsibility to rectify the situation. “The depot has been instructed to flush out the stormwater system to clear any potential blockages,” Sonneberg said.


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Police arrest five after fatal shooting They shot and killed a Somali businessman in Wesbank, but 20 minutes later police were on their trail. The five suspects attempted to rob a Somali shop owner on Thursday evening at 21:30 at the corner of Diepwater Street and Wesbank Main Road, Mfuleni police said. “At approximately 21:50 the Flying Squad and Mfuleni police followed up information which led to the arrest of two suspects,” Capt Nomathemba Muavha of the Mfuleni police said. Muavha said Mfuleni detectives spent the night leaving no stone unturned. In the end, they caught up with the other three suspects – between 03:40 and 04:00 on Friday morning. “One of the suspects pointed out to the police where the shotgun which they had used, was hidden. The police found it in a wardrobe in a bedroom in Melwood Street

in Wesbank,” she said. The five suspects, youths aged between 17 and 21, appeared in court on Monday on charges of murder, attempted business robbery and the possession of an unlicensed firearm.

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Konsert by kerk bied ‘fantastiese’ vermaak Die Suid-Gemeente in Kuilsrivier hou ’n dankofferfondskonsert op Saterdag 14 September en almal is welkom. “Kom en geniet ’n aand van goeie wyn, lekker eet en fantastiese vermaak saam met

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They promised to stay crime-free. “They” refer to the 50 youths from the Omega Harvest Ministry’s church in Eerste River. The church hosted an information session with members of the Kleinvlei police last Monday to inform the youngsters about the work, responsibilities and challenges that go with policing. As part of the session, a panel answered crime-related questions from the youth and their parents. “We are convinced that this session helped change the negative perspective of an uninformed community,” said Neville Filander, youth advisor at the church. The session was “an attempt to help strengthen community and police relations in the fight against crime. It also got the group of youths to make a promise. “In the light of the current crime situation facing our communities daily, we, as the Omega Harvest youth, have decided that as Christian youth, we commit ourselves to refrain from perpetrating crime,” Neville said.

“We are quite aware of the challenges facing our government, parents, the youth and the community as a whole, and why we have made this collective decision. We will not add more grief to the ever-growing mayhem facing today’s leaders,” he said. “We have realised that youngsters today are a generation that want to get out and make a positive difference in their communities. “Sergeant Romeo September, the sector commander of the Hillview area, spoke to us on his role and responsibilities, and the crime prevalent in the Kleinvlei policing area,” Neville said. He said the youngsters were “really fascinated and glued to their seats.” After the officer’s talk, the young people spoke about the challenges they have to face daily. These included issues such as gangsterism in schools, at work and in the community, as well as the negative effects of drug abuse on family structures, family violence, and such, Neville said. “The group knows it won’t be easy. They have admitted that it will be challenging not to get involved in any form of crime, but they will at least try.”

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Robbery suspects arrested by Mfuleni police Two days earlier he and a friend tried to rob an Mfuleni woman of her cellphone. The woman got stabbed in her ear, and they got away with only R95.50. But no matter how big or small the crime, it never pays. This was proved when police surprised the robber at his home two days later. “The suspect was still relaxing at home with a friend when the police arrested him at approximately 09:00,” said Capt Nomathemba Muavha, spokeswoman for Mfuleni police. When police searched the house, they found 24 stoppe of dagga in a shoe box. The suspect and the friend were arrested for possession of dagga, Muavha said.

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Truimage sets out to uplift all women ent backgrounds together and to create the platform where moms and daughters could speak freely and openly about the challenges they face daily,” she said. Veronique said the theme was “I love me”, to remind the women “that reaching their goals in life and their full potential starts with loving themselves.” To prove the point that women can create something out of nothing, the moms and daughters were handed old newspaper, plastic bags and plastic cups out of which they had to create a garment or accessory. “They face a harsh reality on a daily basis,” she reflected. The young girls were reminded of their similarities and challenges and how to keep communication open with their parents and vice versa, Veronique said. “Our mothers are the greatest teachers

to their children,” she said. The women were also urged to get back into the habit of caring for each other’s children, and in so doing, to become a caring community again. “I would like to thank the members of the Congregational Church who literally opened their doors and hearts to these women, and to all the mothers who came together to make this day such a great success,” Veronique said. “I’d like to tell the young people to stay true to what they want to achieve, and to never forget the teachings of their mother.” V The community of Greenpark suffered great loss­ es due to the heavy rains last week, and Truimage appealed to readers to donate old clothes, blan­ kets, food parcels, etc. Interested parties can con­ tact Veronique Ellers­Zoutman at 074 590 8481 or 074 853 8988.

AfricaCom, Africa’s largest annual communications congress and exhibition, returns to Cape Town on 12 to 14 November at the CTICC, for its biggest and best year yet. More than a billion customers in developing markets across the African continent have access to a mobile phone, but do not have a formal bank account. This has led to the development of mobile money applications. Mobile phone penetration is prolific and has connected sectors of the population previously hard to reach. Another prime example is the marginalised female audiences across Africa who now have access to a means of communication and are entering the economy for the first time. The result is that they are able to start small businesses and monitor market prices or even use their burgeoning entrepreneurial skills to become mobile money agents. In short, the development of mobile money has led to key social and economic progress across the continent, the impact of which is being keenly watched by the rest of the world. Recognising the importance of this growing sector, AfricaCom 2013, will host a new two-day event, Mobile Money that will bring together all stakeholders in the mobile money ecosystem. The programme will include presentations, case studies, analyses and interactive discussions to identify how to benefit from the opportunities and overcome the challenges of the market in Africa. V See www.comworldseries.com/africa for registra­ tion.

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A youth organisation near Delft is doing creative upliftment work, and recently women’s teams strutted their (recycled) stuff to prove this point. The Truimage youth development organisation treated their mothers and daughters to a Women’s Month tea at the Ebenezer Congregational Church in Kuils River last Saturday. The day was attended by 60 moms and daughters from Hanover Park, Sarepta, Kalkfontein and the Greenpark informal settlement near Delft, from where the organisation operates. “Greenpark is a very poor community with no electricity, which makes the work that we do so much more challenging,” said Veronique Ellers-Zoutman, director of the organisation. “The idea around the day was also to bring women and young girls from differ-

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Radio Tygerberg trek koue se tande Die Radio Tygerberg bied jaarliks tydens die wintermaande sy Warm Winterprojek aan om komberse in te samel. In 2012 het dit egter duidelik geword dat hy eerder organisasies en strukture moet steun wat mense volhoubaar ondersteun en van die strate afkry, eerder as om dié gebruik in stand te hou. Checkers, Checkers Hyper en Shoprite het weer vanjaar aan boord gekom en hande gevat met Radio Tygerberg om mense in nood te help. Shiloh Synergy is as die begunstigde geïdentifiseer, omdat hy geen individue bedien nie, maar ander nie-winsgewende organisasies ondersteun. Vanjaar was die aandag geplaas op Tafelberg, een van die nuwe sewe natuurwonders van die wêreld. Die idee was om te verbeel dat Kaapstad toegedraai word in ’n reuse-lappieskombers teen die winterkoue. Radio Tygerberg se bestuurspan het die uitdaging aanvaar om op 18 Augustus bo-op Tafelberg te slaap in solidariteit met al die mense wat snags koud slaap, mits hulle 10 000 komberse ingesamel kon kry. Die Tafelberg Nasionale Park was net so opgewonde oor hierdie projek en het sy volle ondersteuning gebied. Nadat die trollies komberse ingesamel is, het Radio Tygerberg ’n verdere beroep op die publiek, sake-ondernemings en selfs skole gedoen om die projek te ondersteun en komberse na Radio Tygerberg se kantore te bring. Die Protea-hotel Durbanville was onmiddellik entoesiasties. Volgens Mynhardt de Jongh, bestuurder van die hotel, is die luukse beddegoed wat hand aan hand met Protea-hotel-verblyf gaan, baie alledaags wanneer jy jou heeldag daarmee omring. Juis daarom het hulle besluit om vir ’n aand die ervaring van so baie haweloses te deel en ’n nag buite in die koue deur te bring. Die bestuurspanne van Radio Tygerberg, Tafelberg-meubileerders, VRCID en Protea-

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Radio Tygerberg se bestuurspan wat bo­op Tafelberg oornag het is (van links) Willem Erwee (verkoops­ en bemarkingsbestuurder), Etienne Piek (bedieningshoof), Hardus Zeven­ ster (stasiehoof), Johann Louw (operasionele bestuurder) en Sedrick Taljaard (inhoudsbe­ stuurder).

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After 20 years, Welsh songbird, Bonnie Tyler says she is looking forward to returning to South Africa. She will be in Cape Town on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 September, performing all her hits, along with songs from her new album, Rocks and Honey, at the Cape Town Convention Centre. Tyler recorded her latest album, which was released earlier this year, in Nashville. “The songs that come from there are just amazing,” she says to TygerBurger. Tyler says she was struggling to find songs that would be good enough to put on Bonnie Tyler says she is looking forward to a new album, after not having recorded in performing in South Africa. about eight years. “I went to Nashville and I couldn’t believe of a baby speaking to God before being born the quality of the songs that were given to and the other is her duet with Vince Gill. Also on the album are power ballads, like me to listen to,” she says. “In fact I had enough for two albums,” All I ever wanted, written by Frank Myers, who also penned the hit, I Swear. Tyler says. The name of the album comes from a duet “Everybody’s saying to me that they love the album and I’m so thrilled to hear that,” titled What you need from Me that Tyler recorded with Vince Gill. she says. “I was just honoured that he sang with “So many albums have just got one or two big songs,” Tyler comments about about her me, he has such a beautiful voice.” After hearing the song, a friend of Tyler’s long wait between albums. “I wanted an album where I could be real- commented that their voices sounded like ly happy with every song,” Tyler says, add- “rocks and honey” together. After performing for so long, Tyler says ing: “Any one of the songs on the album it’s live performances that keep things excould be a single.” When Tyler and her management began citing for her. “I’ve got a great band, and every weekend scheduling appointments with publishers, they asked about using local songwriting we do a show,” she says. “I’ll only be doing about four of the new clubs in Nashville as a resource, and they were firmly steered in the direction of the songs in the show,” Tyler says of her Cape Bluebird Café. While it’s quite difficult to Town performances: “Because everybody get in, she, her husband and her manager loves to hear the classics.” “People never get tired of hearing them,” managed on one night. “It’s eight songwriters, sitting around a Tyler says of her hits like Lost in France, table, and they’ve all got their guitars, and It’s a Heartache, Holding out for a Hero and of course their stetson hats and every- Total Eclipse of the Heart. Tickets for Bonnie Tyler’s Johannesburg thing,” Tyler enthuses. She ended up working with a few of the shows are already sold out, and Cape Town isn’t far behind. songwriters she had met there. The new album has a country-rock feel, V Tickets cost between R550 and R640 and are avai­ and though the album leans more towards lable at Computicket. rock, there are two country songs present. V Visit www.tygerburger.co.za to listen to Bonnie Ty­ The one is called, Mom, which tells the story ler’s message for TygerBurger readers.


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Vinette Ebrahim en Christo Davids, beide van 7de Laan, speel die hoofrolle in My naam is Ellen Pakkies.

Roerende stuk op die planke Bakgat-Promosies bied op Saterdag 21 September twee vertonings aan van die drama, My naam is Ellen Pakkies, in die Hoërskool Durbanville se ouditorium – om 15:00 en 20:00. Dit is die aangrypende verhaal van Ellen Pakkies, ’n oënskynlike doodgewone vrou van die arm woonbuurt Lavender Hill buite Kaapstad, wat haar seun, Adam, ’n tik-verslaafde vermoor het. Dié verhaal het wêreldwyd opslae gemaak. Hierdie eg menslike en roerende verhaal van verslawing, boosheid, liefde, weerloosheid, oorlewing, vergifnis – en uiteindelik hoop, word realisties in My Naam is Ellen Pakkies op die verhoog uitgebeeld. Vinette Ebrahim, wat alombekend is vir haar rol as die moederlike Charmaine Meintjes in 7de Laan, vertolk die rol van Ellen Pakkies in My Naam is Ellen Pakkies. Haar seun Abie word vertolk deur Christo Davids, wat Errol Pieterse in 7de Laan speel. Lizz Meiring, die veteraan-aktrise/regisseur/skrywer, is die regisseur en teksskrywer. “Ek het een oggend na ’n program op die History-kanaal oor die omstrede saak van Ellen Pakkies gekyk en yskoud geword – so erg het dit my ontroer. Ek het toe besluit dat die aangrypende verhaal van hierdie vrou plaaslik op die verhoog vertel moet word,” vertel Lizz. Om jou kaartjie te verseker, kontak vir Annette by Bakgat-Promosies by 021 981 5010 of bespreek by Computicket. Kaartjies kos R120 vir volwassenes en R100 vir pensioenarisse, kinders bo 16 en studente. Indien skoliere ouer as 16 tien kaartjies of meer bespreek, beloop die koste R80. ’n Streng ouderdomsperk van 16 geld vir hierdie vertoning, wat 60 minute duur.

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Partners’ fund needs ideas

The Table Mountain Fund (TMF) in partnership with the South African Biodiversity Institute (SANBI), is launching the “Cape Flats Nature Partners’ Fund” offering small grants for projects that spark community nature conservation action on the Cape Flats. Cliff Dlamini, TMF manager, stated that “the purpose of the fund is to assist local communities to unlock social, economic and ecological benefits from the conservation of local nature reserves”. A core focus of TMF is to be the premier fund to conserve and protect the globally significant biological diversity of the Greater Cape Floristic Region. TMF, with support from SANBI, is now calling for proposals to the Cape Flats Na-

ture Partners’ Fund. Projects of R15 000 or less and which comply with the funding guidelines issued by TMF are encouraged. Projects that facilitate the inclusion and involvement of a wider range of stakeholders in conservation are encouraged, for example through linkages with local economic development, youth development, health, and the creative arts. Proposals on the aforementioned must be received by close of business on Friday 27 September. V For more information please visit the website ht­ tp://www.capeaction.org.za/index.php/careers/ item/70­call­for­proposals, or contact Marilyn Mar­ tin­Vermaak on m.martin@sanbi.org.za or 021 799 8863.

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The 567 Cape Talk Small Business Awards in partnership with SAGE is back and once again, consumers are asked to nominate businesses that have provided them with excellent service. Now in its fifth year, the Small Business Awards has become a highly acclaimed platform for local businesses to expand when given the opportunity to have the right tools. Last year’s winner, Ian McLellan of The Little Fisherman, has been thrilled by the impact it has had on his business since he won. “It’s tough out there for small businesses. “The thing is to stay focused and to push through. Persevere and give 110 %, every day. “It’s my passion that drives me and great things have come from being given this fantastic opportunity though the Small Business Awards,” says McLellan. The 2013 nominations opened on Monday 12 August and run until Friday 13 September. During this time, 30 finalists will be selected. Each will be interviewed on air, on either the breakfast or afternoon drive shows. The 30 finalists go through a panel of interviews with experts in various fields of business, including marketing, HR and finance, to see which businesses stand the best chance of surviving, thriving and growing. The winner will be announced at a gala dinner on Monday 16 September. The grand prize includes an advertising campaign on 567 CapeTalk, as well as a laptop loaded with accounting and payroll software from SAGE – all valued at over R100 000. V To nominate a business that offers great custom­ er service, visit www.capetalk.co.za.

Decide how far to run for creche in Majik Forest A funky run of three, six or nine kilometres respectively will be held in the Majik Forest on Saturday 31 August at 10:00. This run is in aid of the Khayelitsha creche Nozukile and is presented by CapeTownToday. The run will start at Kido Kids Creche in Protea Valley (next to the Van Riebeeckshof Mall in Delaire Street). Entry fee is R40 for adults and R20 for children. Participants are requested to show off their creativity and dress up as crazy as they want. Prizes for the best dressed persons are up for grabs. Registration is 09:00 at Kido Kids. The lap is three kilometres and will be run or walked up to three times. The route starts at Kido Kids Creche, through a short part of Majik Forest, through D’aria Farm and ends again at the creche. V To book, visit their Facebook page Today Cape Town, follow them on Twitter @CapeTown or email them at todaycapetown@gmail.com. Alternatively, phone 083 411 1862.


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Water level a ‘grave concern’ Cape Town’s City Parks Department is keeping a close watch on the rising groundwater table in its cemeteries. The rising groundwater levels are exacerbated during periods of severe storms or excessively rainy weather – even if it is just for a day or two, a media release from the City of Cape Town reads. Plans are in place to minimise the effects of this annual rainy season in the Western Cape. This may include families needing to sign an acceptance of limited depth form for burial in their private grave – to allow for the burial in a slightly shallower grave. The City Parks Department has also recently provided an aboveground burial system, the Maitland Mausoleum. Furthermore, the new Wallacedene Cemetery (near Kraaifontein) is now open for burials and Welmoed Cemetery (in Eerste River) has been extended, with extensive cut-off drains designed to redirect water past the cemetery and to reduce the likelihood of a high water table restricting burial space. Due to religious and cultural preferences, 60 % of Capetonians choose burial rather than cremation. The high water table, however, has an impact on the total number of burials that can take place at any given time. In shallow, private graves, the limited depth precludes a second burial on top of the originally buried coffin. The cemetery booking offices are receiving weekly updates from cemetery supervisors on the number of graves suitable for burials under these specific conditions. Under adverse conditions, the booking officer may suggest that there are limited numbers of graves available for Saturday burials. V Enquiries can be directed to the following booking offices: Northern District: 021 528 8108/09; Southern District: 021 710 8235/8325; Central District: 021 444 0904/11 or Eastern District: 021 900 1676/1902.

City compost study success The mid-point assessment of the city’s home composting study reflects phenomenal results showing 12,94 tons of organic waste being diverted from landfill sites in four months. The City of Cape Town’s Home Composting Study, which began in March this year, has now passed its mid-point. So far, a total of 45 449 litres (12,94 tons) of organic garden and kitchen waste has been diverted from landfill sites. The impressive results of the study were achieved by 172 regularly participating households located across four suburbs. These are Edgemead, Heathfield, Scottsville and Bongweni. “The study came about as a result of the overuse of the city’s landfill sites for garden and organic waste which can be composted and re-used. At present, 95 000 tons of household garden and organic waste and 80 000 tons of household kitchen waste is directed to the city’s landfill sites each year,” said the city’s Ernest Sonnenberg. “On average, a household generates approximately 11 kg of garden and organic waste and 10 kg of organic kitchen waste per month. “We are urging residents to get involved in efforts to reduce waste generation and try home composting. Every small effort will help us to reduce damage to our environment,” said Sonnenberg.

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TYGERBURGER | EERSTERIVIER & BLUE­DOWNS Woensdag, 28 Augustus 2013

Kuile verras in taai stryd teen UWK SAREL BURGER Kuilsrivier het gesorg vir ’n groot verrassing in die afgelope naweek se jongste reeks Superliga-rugbywedstryde deur af te reken met die Universiteit van Wes-Kaapland, die voorloper op die punteleer in die B-afdeling van die kompetisie. Ondanks die naelbyt-telling van 36-33 het die Kuile gewis die oorwinning verdien nadat hulle ses keer agter UWK se doellyn gaan draai het. Die studentespan kon self net drie keer die tuisspan se doellyn oorsteek. In die A-afdeling het Durbanville/Bellville met sy oorwinning van 24-7 oor Helderberg binne trefafstand gebly van Hamiltons om te kwalifiseer vir deelname aan die Gemeenskapstrofee-kompetisie. Die Durbies, wat vanaand (Woensdag) tuis speel teen die Maties en Saterdag weg teen die Ikeys, sal waarskynlik bonuspunt-seges

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in albei hierdie kragmetings moet behaal om Hammies op die finale punteleer verby te steek. Die Tygerberg-klub het verlede Woensdag ’n goeie oorwinning van 23-21 oor die Victoriane behaal, maar Saterdag ’n opstopper van 53-24 van Hamiltons ontvang. Bellville het 3-64 vasgeval teen die Maties en Belhar het met 16-28 verloor teen die Ikeys. Tien minute voor die einde het dié twee spanne nog met 16-16 gelyk getrek, maar twee verdere drieë het sake in UK se guns beklink. In die B-afdeling is ook oorwinnings ingeryg deur Brackenfell (29-25 t Hamlets), Goodwood (23-22 t Hands & Heart) en Noordelikes/Northlink-kollege (22-8 t Villager). Saterdag se program (tuisspan eerste) is: UK t Durbanville/Bellville, Tygerberg t Belhar, NNK t Valsbaai, Primrose t UWK, Brackenfell t Goodwood, Hands & Heart t Kuilsrivier.

Medals Galore: Sensei Gavin Smith’s students from Silversands Dojo, Bet­el School Dojo, Highbury Dojo in Kuils River and Mitchells Plain performed exceptionally at the recent Len Barnes Memorial Tournament held in Durban. The karateka returned with 12 gold, 13 silver and 3 bronze medals. Back from left: Chad Smith (gold), Celine Jacobs (silver), Julian Simons (bronze), Nadine Harrison (silver) and Sensei Gavin Smith. Front: Kelsey Makondo (silver), Jaydin Reid (silver) and Logan Minnaar (gold).

Tiaan Swanepoel druk vir Stellies. Gaan na www.tyger­ burger.co.za vir meer foto’s. FOTO: CARINA ROUX

Ripped: Werlou van Tonder won the IFBB Western Province bodybuilding championship on Saturday night at the CPUT Bellville campus. The Western Province team will travel to Port Elizabeth for the South African championships from 5­7 September. Go to www.tygerbur­ ger.co.za for more photos. PHOTO: STEHAN SCHOEMAN

Stellies, Kuile behaal seges SAREL BURGER In interskole-rugbykragmetings die afgelope naweek was Stellenberg en De Kuilen te sterk vir onderskeidelik Durbanville en Worcester Gimnasium, terwyl Bosmansdam die knie voor Labori moes buig. Dit was meer afgeronde spel wat die Stellies 21-7 teen Durbanville laat wen het. De Kuilen was in alle afdelings bobaas om die Worcesteriete met 25-10 leëhande terug te stuur huis toe. Labori, wat nie al sy kanse benut het nie, het met 6-20 teen die Paarliete vasgeval.In

ander wedstryde is oorwinnings beklink deur Brackenfell (24-15 t D.F. Malan), Milnerton (24-20 t President), J.G. Meiring (18-11 t Fairbairn), Excelsior (29-3 t Scottsville), Tygerberg-klub (22-13 t Scottsdene) en Bellville-Suid (69-0 t Parow). Maar Fairmont het met 18-28 in die stof gebyt teen Vishoek. Vanaand (Woensdag) bied die HS Tygerberg se ondersteunersklub ’n program aan op die Jan Burger-sportterrein vir 30 spanne. Die o.19A-wedstryde is: HS Tygerberg t Hottentots-Holland, President t Monumentpark en Parow t Bosmansdam..


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ENGEN KNOCKOUT: FINAL

Urban Warriors take gold LIAM MOSES

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he final of the Engen Knockout Challenge went down to the wire as penalties were needed to separate Ajax Cape Town and ASD Academy on Sunday. The final was the culmination of months of qualifying matches and over 40 matches at the weekend, and pitted together two of the title favourites. People’s Post is the tournament’s print media sponsor. The Urban Warriors breezed through the group stages, quarter-finals and semis with a perfect record as expected, scoring 13 goals and conceding just one.

Jody February (Ajax) saves another one during the penalty shootout. He was announced goalie of the tournament. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX

Attack ASD had a less a comfortable route to the final, drawing against United FC in the group stage and scraping past Bishop Lavis on penalties in the semis. Buoyed by their success in the earlier rounds, Ajax needed no time to settle in the final and were in all-out attacking mode as soon as the first whistle sounded. The defending champions won the midfield battle and imposed their style of play on the game to take full control and keep ASD pinned in their own half.

Ajax regularly got in behind the opposition defence, but couldn’t come up with an accurate final ball to take the lead. The second half started as the first had, with Ajax pushing for a breakthrough and ASD hesitant to commit numbers to attack. Though the Urban Warriors continued to look dangerous, they seldom threatened and found the opposition keeper up to the task when tested from long range.

Penalties Neither team found a goal in the remaining minutes, and, in the end, Ajax won 4-3 on penalties, after the match ended in a goalless draw after regular time, to take their sixth title in the 10th instalment of the Challenge. Meanwhile, tournament hosts Santos had a tournament to forget. The People’s Team finished sixth overall, after finishing second in 2012. Pinelands club Old Mutual Academy finished fifth, Grassy Park’s Crusaders ended seventh and Mitchells Plain side Kenpark United were eighth. Hanover Park FC finished ninth and Green Point Salesians finished 10th overall. V To view galleries of all the Engen Knockout Chal­ lenge action, visit www.peoplespost.co.za.

Seweman-rugbytoernooi vir o.19-spanne in T’berg TygerBurger en Boeke 24/7 se sewemanrugbytoernooi vir o.19-spanne in die Tygerbergstreek, wat al ’n slag uitgestel moes word weens die reënweer, sal nou eers die komende naweek op die velde van die

Hoërskool D.F. Malan afgehandel word. Dit is eksamentyd, maar tien spanne sal mekaar Saterdagoggend vanaf 09:00 die stryd aansê. Afgesien van die verdedigende kampioen, HS Tygerberg, neem De Kui-

len, Scottsdene, Durbanville, President, Tygerberg-klub, D.F. Malan, HTS Bellville, Scottsville en Bellville-Suid ook deel. Vier junior sewestoernooie vind ook Saterdagoggend in die Tygerbergstreek

plaas. Die o.16’s trek by die HS Brackenfell saam, die o.15’s by die HS Monumentpark, die o.14’s se Peter Buttner-toernooi by die HS Durbanville en die o.13’s by die Privaatskool Curro. – (Sarel Burger)

Bring on the heavenly bodies It’s here. South Africa’s most loved fitness event – the Mr & Ms Fitness South Africa championships are on Friday and Saturday. Not only have they moved to an exciting the venue, the CTICC, they have also expanded with a fabulous array of exciting exhibition stands – samples, giveaways, interactive fitness equipment and with this year’s theme of Legends Of Rock! It’s sure to be a hit with athletes and spectators alike. Coming from all over the country, fitness athletes will compete for the titles of Ms Bikini, Beach Body Model, Mr Physique and of course bringing outstanding powerful and explosive dance/ gymnastic routines to win the prestigious Mr & Ms Fitness titles. Not only is this event filled with beautiful bikini women and handsome chiselled men’s physiques, it encompasses an element of fun with each athlete bringing to the stage their own interpretation of a rock legend. Elvis, Kiss, ZZ Top, Madonna, Cher, you name it – they’re going to bring it. The added attraction of Musclemania supported by one of SA’s own renowned Legends of Rock hard muscle – Shameen Adams (guest posing at the main event evening) brings together SA’s best natural bodybuilders. The overall winner will walk away with R5 000 in cash, plus incredible trophies and a Pro Card. The preliminary rounds start at 10:30 on Friday morning. The Musclemania division starts at 10:30 on Saturday and the main show on Saturday night at 18:00. This is a qualifying event for athletes to

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