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BONTEHEUWEL: WITNESS CLAIMS LACK OF POLICE RESPONSE TO CABLE THEFT AT NETREG
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resident of Bonteheuwel has revealed to TygerBurger that she witnessed two men allegedly stealing cables at the Netreg train station. The witness, who prefers to remain anonymous, says she noticed this while on her way home from work on Monday 26 February. “I was so shocked because men were stealing cables before my eyes. I didn’t want to take a photo of this because I was scared that I was maybe being watched. I tried calling Bishop Lavis and Bonteheuwel police stations but there were no answer. It was frustrating that police did not answer because they could’ve caught the men redhanded. I recall one of the men had a green T-shirt on. “They were standing on the poles which run over Netreg Station. It seemed as though one was standing on top of the other. The one who was being lifted by his friend, had a saw in his hand. They were sawing the cables.” A day later, on Tuesday 26 February, ward 50 councillor Angus McKenzie visited the area, as he had also been informed about the cables being cut. “This is a serious issue and also very dangerous. It is completely unacceptable that these thugs continue to cripple the very community they are from. It is true that their own families are struggling to get to and from work because of what they are doing. “What we have done in ward 50 Bonteheuwel is a community-driven campaign which coincides with our Triangle Project. We have distributed pamphlets in the affected area with close visibility of the rail, asking people to directly contact myself when they see these things happening,” says McKenzie. He adds that over the past month, Metrorail and the police have arrested over 20 people thanks to information being shared. “This must contin-
ue. However, added to this, it is critical that Railway Police are brought back as a short-term solution to protect not only commuters, but also the infrastructure. I am monitoring the situation very closely.” Metrorail’s Western Cape spokesperson, Riana Scott, says the commuter railway has spent millions of rand on maintenance. “On-board vandalism has soared with 60 to 70 carriages per month ending up back in workshops having been stripped of copper wiring. It is costly and unsustainable and results in unprecedented levels of overcrowding while carriages are being rewired. Metrorail spends about R70 million per annum on maintenance and repairs of infrastructure. “External socio-economic issues wholly unrelated to the provision of mobility impact on the region’s ability to render an acceptable service. This includes but is not limited to vagrancy, homelessness, drug abuse, illegal electrical connections underneath and over our infrastructure, and informal settlements within the rail reserve.” Scott explains that Metrorail does not have the luxury of concentrating on its core mandate, which is the provision of commuter rail service to communities. “It is called to account by various stakeholders to account for the impact of these issues on the rail service. We advocate collaboration and sharing of resources in a united fight against the scourge of crime and gangsterism to ensure that communities are safe. “More interventions are in the pipeline, most notably the imminent introduction of drone surveillance technology, forensic capability and walling critical areas either side of the railway lines in high-incidence areas. At this stage we are unable to confirm a date for resumption of a full service on the central line,” says Scott. TygerBurger contacted Bishop Lavis police for comment, but there was no response by the time of going to print.
Ward 50 councillor, Angus McKenzie, visited Netreg Station after being informed about the cables being cut.
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Tik is in een van die twee yskaste in die vragmotor gevind. dwelmverkope as ’n inkomste sien. “Die Wes-Kaapse polisie wil help om ontslae te raak van die dwelms wat so maklik beskikbaar is. “Ons het saam met die polisie van Grens, doeanebeamptes en die sigbare polisie van
Parow die operasie uitgevoer. ’n Vragmotor is gestop en 19 sakke tik in twee yskaste is daarin gevind,” het brig. Novela Potelwa, Wes-Kaapse polisie-woordvoerder, gesê. Volgens haar kom die vragmotor van Johannesburg en sy inhoud was bedoel vir ’n pakhuis in die nywerheidsgebied in Parow. Die tik is gestuur vir forensiese analise en die ondersoek duur voort. Nog arrestasies word verwag. Lt.genl. Khombinkosi Jula, Wes-Kaapse provinsiale kommissaris, het die oplettende lede geloof. “Die konfiskering en arrestasie gee ons pogings ’n hupstoot om dwelmhandelaars en dwelmgebruikers vas te vat,” het Jula gesê. Williams het ’n beroep op die gemeenskap gedoen om inligting te verskaf indien hulle bewus is van iemand wat smokkel met of dwelms verkoop. “Die persoon kan anoniem bly wanneer hy die inligting verskaf. Enige verdagte beweging om en naby dwelmhuise of -ondernemings moet aan die polisie gerapporteer word,” het hy gesê. Die misdaadvoorkomingseenheid ondersoek die saak. VVertel TygerBurger wat jy van hierdie berig dink by email@example.com.
Firearm and ammunition confiscated in Wesbank Thanks to information received from the public, a 24-year-old man from Wesbank was arrested last week for being in possession of an unlicensed firearm and ammunition. The arrest came after police received information regarding an unknown man roaming in Maybrook Street in Wesbank on Tuesday 27 February at about 23:00. “Police went there and as they were entering the street they saw the man fitting the description. The suspiciouslooking man started running when he saw the police. A chase ensued and he was caught and searched. Police found a firearm in his possession with eight rounds of ammunition,” explains Mfuleni police spokesperson, Captain Nomathemba Muavha. Mfuleni Police Station commander, Brigadier Pieter Galant, commended the local crime prevention team for recovering unlicensed firearms and ammunition from criminals. He also expressed his gratitude to local residents for providing police with valuable information regarding suspicious-looking persons roaming the streets at night. The suspect appeared in the Blue Downs Magistrate’s Court on Thursday 1 March.
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Local organisation featured on fleet JAY-DEE CYSTER @jaydeecyster As a means of celebrating the real heroes making a difference in their communities, Africa’s largest retailer, Shoprite, is showcasing these real-life stories on its truck fleet. Nineteen of the Shoprite Group’s delivery trucks have received a facelift, with one of them featuring an image of the Vlottenburg Community Organisation (VCO) in Wesbank. This organisation provides 80 children with a safe environment in which to learn, play and eat in order to get them off the street and back into school. For months Hilton Davids, the founder of the VCO, ran his aftercare service from a dilapidated container and a building with no roof. However, in 2017 Shoprite heard of Davids’ dedication and, as part of its commitment to act for change, the retailer donated two containers fitted with a library and kitchen equipment. “The new containers are a safe and creative space for our children to learn. Shoprite understands our community’s needs and we are honoured to be their partners,” says Davids. He shares that he initially started the VCO in 2009 in Vlottenburg, close to Stellenbosch. “When I moved to Wesbank lat-
er on and saw the need within this community, I decided to adopt the area in which I live,” says Davids. He shares that he and his wife, alongside two other employees, are kept busy with the running of the organisation. “We focus on our aftercare programme for six to 18 year olds, where we assist learners with their homework, particularly with reading and writing,” he explains. He says that unemployment plays a huge role within the community and that the learners often leave school early and turn to drugs, which is something which the organisation is working towards combating. The organisation also runs a feeding scheme whereby they identify the needs of learners and then assemble grocery hampers in partnership with Shoprite to send home. The VCO also started a vegetable garden at Rainbow Primary School two months ago with the objective of teaching learners the skills of growing their own fresh produce. Davids is filled with joy and gratitude at having the learners from the organisation feature on the Shoprite trucks. “We are very excited about this exposure,” he shares. “This is our area and we need as many people as possible to reach out.”
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The fight against firearms
lsies River police commend the swift action of community members who are doing their part in the fight against crime. This follows the arrest of four people on Friday 23 February and Sunday 25 February who were apprehended for the possession of prohibited firearms. “Confiscations were done in Clark Estate, Elsies River after numerous shooting incidents between rival gangs were reported on the Friday evening [23 February] and early morning of Sunday [25 February]. Premises in Pietersburg Court, Napier Court, Oakdale Court and Devi Road were searched and two zip guns, one .38 special revolver and one nine-millimetre firearm were con-
fiscated,” says Elsies River police spokesperson, Daphne O’Reilly. She adds that the strong stance that police will be engaging upon is to send out a warning that they cannot allow criminals to cause havoc among innocent and law-abiding citizens whose lives are at risk every day. “We will be resolute in making sure that these offenders are brought to book. We are urging the communities to report suspicions to the police and such information may be communicated anonymously on 08600 10111 or the SMS line 32211. All information will be strictly confidential.” V What is your opinion on this article? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Dog deliberately run over by police van TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS
of Thursday 1 March. “It is very distressing that some individuals tasked with upholding and enforcing the he Cape of Good Hope SPCA has ex- law seems to have little or no regard for it. pressed shock after seeing video foot- The injured dog is at the Animal Anti-Cruelage of a dog being run over by a police ty League (AACL) in Epping and we have ofvehicle. fered our support to them should they need It’s believed the incident occurred in Nep- it. tune Street, Elsies River, in the early hours “The Animal Protection Act 71 of 1962 is very clear: certain actions in respect of animals are deemed criminal in terms of their commission and others in terms of their omission. While this incident is still being investigated, it would be a contravention of the Act to intentionally drive over an animal and a contravention of the law to fail to seek veterinary help for that animal, which resulted in unnecessary suffering, if this is in fact what happened,” says SPCA spokesperson Belinda Abraham. She explains that anybody found guilty of a contravention of the Act shall be guilty of an offence and liable on conviction to a fine or imprisonment for a period not exceeding two years. Elsies River police have urged the owner of the dog to come forward. “A resident has shared the video footage of this incident, however no docket has been opened by the owner of the dog. We urge the owner to please come forward so we can continue with our investigation.” Facebook video footage shared by Naailah Salie shows a V What is your opinion on this article? dog being run over by a police vehicle in Neptune Street, Let us know at briewe@tygerburElsies River. ger.co.za.
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Polisie slaan toe op kapwerf NIELEN DE KLERK @nielendk Harde geluide en ’n verdagte taxi het polisielede Donderdagoggend na ’n onwettige kapwerf in Bellville gelei. Volgens lt.kol. Fienie Nimb van die Bellville-polisiekantoor het Oak Glen-inwoners agterdogtig geraak nadat hulle ’n taxi sonder ’n nommerplaat in ’n oprit sien staan het. “Hulle was besorg oor die bewegings en het die inligting deurgegee aan die Bellvillepolisiekantoor. “Die polisie het met hul aankoms by die woning ’n harde kapgeluid uit die motorhuis gehoor. “In die motorhuis was daar vier mans besig om aan ’n motorenjin te werk,” vertel Nimb. “Verskeie ander motoronderdele en enjins het rondgestaan in die motorhuis.” Die mans het almal gesê die eiendom behoort aan ’n ander onbekende persoon. Polisielede het op die buffer van ’n Ford Ranger afgekom, waarop daar nog ’n nommerplaat was. “Toe hulle die registrasienommer nagaan, het dit geblyk die voertuig is in Januarie vanjaar in Kaapstad gesteel. Al die reeksnommers van die enjins is ook afgevyl.” Daar was ook ander onderdele in die motorhuis, onder meer van ’n Ford Ranger en Nissan Navara. Die polisie het beslag gelê op verskeie voertuiglisensiedokumente.
Dele van voertuie staan binne ’n onwettige kapwerf, wat in Oak Glen ontdek is Die vier verdagtes is gearresteer en sal Maandag in die Bellville-landdroshof verskyn. Hul ouderdomme wissel tussen 20 en 37 en almal kom van Khayelitsha. Nimb het die gemeenskap vir hul oplettenheid geloof.
Unemployed taught life skills YoungPeople@Work will be hosting a life skills programme for the unemployed today (Wednesday 7 March) and tomorrow, at the training centre at the Whale and Marine Museum (behind Spar Supermarket off Voortrekker Road, Parow). The programme will take place from 09:00 to 14:00. This is part of the week-long programme that started on Monday 5 March. The following workshops will be presented: • Basic office admin skills (learn about the role of the receptionist, telephone etiquette, receiving clients, stock control, managing diaries, minute taking, organising events, etc.) • Personal development and leadership (learn about developing vision, building on strengths, self-awareness, uncovering your purpose, balancing your life, expanding your influence, how to make others “eat out of your hand” and more) • Effective money management (learn more about effective budgeting, making
and saving money, rules about the use of money, how banks operate, your credit profile, debt management and more) • Customer relations (learn more about the four stages of client relationship building, the 7/11 rule, the trust-building process, vital verbals, how to recruit clients for life and more) The workshops are free for the unemployed, but employed people and those referred by funded NPOs pay R65 per workshop to cover costs. The facilitator will be Frank Julie, the executive director of YP@W who has a Master’s in Adult Education, and Shirley de Jongh, operations manager at YP@W. Participants will be assisted with their CVs and will receive a free email and Facebook account, and will also be signed up on the employment referral database of YP@W. Various partners offering free training and placement opportunities will also attend. Certificates will be issued. Book by contacting Shirley or Chante via WhatsApp or SMS on 073 820 1534.
New call centre for Delft TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS @tarryns07 A new dawn awaits the Delft community in the form of its first community-based contact centre. Software development company, ZaiLab, and training provider, Zoe Incubation Centre, partnered with the aim of job creation and empowering the community of Delft with the construction of a contact centre and training facility. ZaiLab CEO, Nour Addine Ayyoub, believes anyone should be able to set up a contact center, anywhere, anytime, regardless of the company size and location. He had his team design a solution that is easy to set up – which made the setup of Delft even simpler: “We were able to achieve this because we designed a cloud-based solution that’s fast, flexible and adaptable. I saw that fibre and Wi-Fi networks were becoming available in communities and we were not utilising this infrastructure for anything sustainable. That’s when we started talking to Zoe Incubation Centre about doing something useful and beneficial to the infrastructure that the city provided,” he says. The launch, which is set to take place to-
morrow (Thursday), will create employment for 67 agents who will finally be able to work closer to home. “Their dream was to do something that would make a large contribution towards employment creation, skills development and shifting the norm of where contact centres are located,” says spokesperson Asonele Kotu. “The longterm aim is to create more jobs through the expansion of the centre, by incorporating home-based agents who will work from home, schools, and areas closer to Delft. This is an ideal opportunity for stay-at-home mothers, those with disabilities and staff who prefer to work from home.” Kotu says the contact centre industry is one of the main contributors towards job creation in South Africa and it is growing fast. She adds that the reality is that agents travel long distances every day and spend up to 80% of their salaries on transport: “These are people with families and children to support. Having a contact centre closer to our communities is a shift in the right direction in terms of employment creation, skills development and economic development.” V What is your opinion on this article? Let us know at email@example.com.
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Mimi Mahlasela (regs), wat Aggie speel, dans saam met Andre Lotter, wat Rickus speel, op ’n loopplank by die Hoërskool D.F. Malan.
Die Laan se akteurs vier 18de jaar by skole Akteurs van die sepie 7de Laan het van Vrydag tot Sondag by verskillende skole en winkelsentrums opgetree om hul 18de jaar op die kassie te
vier. Nielen de Klerk het by die Laerskool Kenridge en die Hoërskool D.F. Malan foto’s geneem.
By die Hoërskool D.F. Malan was die karakter Aggie (Mimi Mahlasela) veral gewild. “Ek het ’n foto saam met Aggie gekry, nou het ek vrede,” het een leerder laat hoor na afloop van die byeenkoms.
Kanyo Ralarala van die Laerskool Kenridge het die seuns se danskompetisie gewen. Agter staan Vinette Ebrahim en Dann-Jacques Mouton, wat Justin speel
By die Laerskool Kenridge het kinders aan ’n 7de Laan-vasvra deelgeneem. By D.F. Malan kon leerders vir die akteurs vrae vra. Hier is Keabetswe Motsilanyane, wat Lesedi speel, tydens Kenridge se vasvrakompetisie. Vinette Ebrahim, wat Charmaine speel, geniet Nikki Botha se dansery by die Laerskool Kenridge. Die akteurs het by albei skole ’n danskompetisie vir die leerders aangebied.
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en patients, all currently on Tygerberg Hospital’s urology waiting list for urgent prostatectomy surgery, are benefiting from an ongoing relationship between Mediclinic and the Western Cape Department of Health. During the next few weeks, Mediclinic Durbanville, together with urologist Dr Gawie Bruwer, will be providing these lifesaving prostatectomy surgeries to State patients. The pro bono procedures reduce the pressure on public surgical waiting lists at local and regional public hospital facilities. The unique aspect of the partnership at Mediclinic Durbanville is that it is the first time the renowned Da Vinci robot is being used as part of the surgery. Introduced to Mediclinic Durbanville in 2014, this robotic surgery has remarkable benefits for patient recovery.
More than 60% of Bruwer’s patients at Mediclinic Durbanville are discharged the day after surgery, which is much sooner than with traditional open surgery patients who require ICU care before being transferred to a normal ward. Robotic surgery lowers the risk of infection, and the reduction in blood loss minimises the risk of blood transfusions. Patients’ pain levels are also comparatively lower. The Da Vinci has mechanical wrists that bend and turn to mimic the movements of a surgeon’s hands during surgery. As the surgeon controls it, the robot operates on the patient, translating the surgeon’s hand movements into smaller, more precise movements. A 10-times magnification of the inside of the body allows surgeons to see even the smallest veins and arteries, which can be
seen far clearer than with the naked eye. “The precision of the Da Vinci aids the thorough removal of cancerous tissue and also offers the ability to perform nerve sparing surgery, which enables a faster return of erectile function, as well as a better chance for urinary continence. “I firmly believe that this technology is giving patients the option of improved clinical outcomes that may not be possible with open surgery,” says Bruwer. He is one of only 17 surgeons in South Africa who are accredited to operate using the Da Vinci system. Anaesthesiologist Dr Gerry Brynard will also be assisting with the procedure on a pro bono basis in light of his specialised experienced regarding robotic anaesthesiology. The most recent series of collaborations have been carried out across the Western
Cape, Free State and Limpopo provinces. Operations included cataract, urology and tympanoplasty (eardrum repair) procedures. “I wish to thank Mediclinic for the extension of the collaborative surgeries programme to the patients of Tygerberg Hospital. We are taking hands with our partners in the private sector in seeking a better health future for all the people of the Western Cape and South Africa,” says Dr Nomafrench Mbombo, Western Cape MEC for health. Another key aspect of the relationship between Mediclinic and Tygerberg Hospital is the training element. A team of theatre staff, including a scrub nurse, anaesthetist and fellow urology registrars, will be included – either in the theatre or as part of a live broadcast to the doctors.
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Michelle Koopman is pictured embracing Cashew, who she refers to as her “therapy dog”..
Help find Cashew TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS @tarryns07 he owner of a five-year-old “therapy dog” has put up a R7 000 reward for her Jack Russell who went missing from a house in 34th Avenue in Elsies River on Monday 26 February. Michelle Koopman says while people may think the urge to find her dog, Cashew, is “ridiculous”, no-one really understands the role the pup has played in her life. “The reason why I call him my therapy dog is because while I was going through a lot of trauma, my counsellor advised me that I should get a pet, which would help me overcome my battles. That is exactly what Cashew did for me. Since I got him [five years ago], he has assisted me therapeutically because he is such a loving dog. He is friendly, energetic and intelligent. When you journey with your pet, one refers to them as your child. So my pain or emotions are the same as for a person who may have lost a child,” says the 33-year-old. Since Cashew’s disappearance, Michelle says she has gone from door to door in search of her dog. “I started handing out flyers on the day of his disappearance, going from door to door asking people for assistance. Many stepped in and helped me look for him, which I appreciate so much.” She explains that Cashew stayed with her
Five-year-old Cashew has been missing since Monday 26 February. friend’s mother in Elsies River on week days and with her in Ravensmead over weekends: “The reason for this is that I could not leave him alone during the day and their house [friend’s mother] has high gates and two bigger dogs to protect him,” she says. If anyone has information about Cashew, please contact Michelle on 078 889 7287. V What is your opinion on this article? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Second Bellville Craft Market a success The second Bellville Craft Market was held at the Bellville Civic Centre’s Banquet Hall last week. The market, hosted by subcouncil 6, sees numerous entrepreneurs and small business owners selling their wares. The next market will take place from 27 to 29 March at the same venue. Nielen de Klerk took some pictures.
Rejoice Mdlongha from Bellville sold beadwork and necklaces that she produces with her husband. She usually sells items at a stall close to Bellville taxi rank. Louisa Bartman from Parow sold her homemade women’s clothing. This was her first time at the market after hearing about the event at a women’s get-together.
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Motor show organisers arrange water drive TARRYN-LEIGH SOLOMONS @tarryns07 Four trucks loaded with approximately 70 000 litres of water arrived with great fanfare at the Cape Town Motor Show (CTMS) at GrandWest on Friday 2 March. The water is destined for use by several charities that care for vulnerable children, people with disabilities and animals. The organisers of the motor show, along with BP Southern Africa and Orliflex, a Johannesburg-based transport and logistics company, coordinated this initiative to bring the much-needed water to the Mother City. The show’s marketing director, Garth Rhoda, tells TygerBurger the water donations came from Gauteng. “We had initially asked for five trucks to bring down the water, but one of the trucks broke down along the way, probably due to the weight thereof.
“Four trucks brought about 70 000 litres of water. “We are grateful to all the donors and BP Southern Africa for sponsoring the fuel, as this would not have been possible without them. This has been a very special way to kick off the Cape Town Motor Show weekend.” Sarita Gerber, managing director of Orliflex, says they were inundated with donations from schools and businesses in Pretoria and on the East Rand, and were thrilled to be entrusted with ensuring the water reached its intended recipients. “We were disappointed to experience technical difficulties with one of the trucks, and the packing of this volume of water proved to be a huge logistical challenge. “Disaster struck when three layers of stacked pallets collapsed and crushed some of the bottles of water. We worked late into the night to repack the water and only four of the trucks were able to travel,” she says.
The team of drivers who collected and transported the water from Gauteng. Recipients of the water include Cheshire Home Langa for people with severe and permanent disabilities, Meg’s Mutts Rescue, Daisy Animal Rescue Trust, Home of Hope Cape Town for abused and abandoned children with foetal alcohol syndrome disorder, Mdzananda Animal Clinic and South African Mass Animal Sterilisation Clinic in Khayelitsha.
Neko Dojo’s sensei still going strong AVRIL FILLIES
orty-four years ago Mary-Ann Landers from Bellville went to watch her friends do karate on a Saturday morning and right there and then she decided that this was what she wanted to do. Now Landers is fulfilling her karate ambitions as the senior instructor at the Neko Karate Dojo in Parow North. “The original dojo was started by the students at the Tygerberg Technikon and when they finished their studies, the dojo was without an instructor. In 1983 I was asked to take over as instructor and I have been the senior instructor at the Neko Karate Dojo ever since,” says Landers. The dojo had to relocate to the Caroline Kotze Ballet School in 1983, as it became difficult to use the technikon facilities. The seniors are located there, while the juniors had to relocate to the Parow North Rugby Pavilion Hall due to high numbers. “Initially we were five friends that became karateka but I am the only one that has persevered until now. I reached my 7th dan and am still training,” she says. She has trained many Western Province champions and later this month Nabilah Ebrahim, Aidon February, Oliver Mwela and Ashley February will represent the Karate Association Western Cape team at the Karate South Africa national event.
“I was graded by Sensei Hitoshi Kasuya on 13 August 2009 in Japan to receive my 7th dan. I represented my country in the world championships in Turkey, Mexico and Japan,” Landers says. She admires all her instructors throughout her karate career, as they have each inspired her to achieve more. “My day job is project manager at the Capital Planning and Projects Department at the University of Cape Town and my hobbies are reading, swimming and gardening. I am single and all the students at the dojo are my kids,” she says. Next on her bucket list is to obtain her 8th dan. “I also want to keep on teaching karate as long as I am able to so, so that the students can experience the benefits of karate. I would also like to train a karate student to become a world champion of the World Karate Federation,” she says. “I can’t highlight any specific comic situations in karate or at the dojo through the years, but with children every training session is an eventful training session,” she chuckles. “Anyone can do karate – one only needs the confidence and determination to start. Karate is fun and an important life skill to develop, especially at this time when bullying is so prevalent in our society. It is a lifetime activity and caters for all ages. And you are never too old to start!” she says. VWhat is your opinion on this article? Let us know at email@example.com.
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Cape Town Motor Show gets hearts racing Petrolheads raced down to the Cape Town Motor Show (CTMC) at GrandWest this weekend. Burning tyres, drifting and 4x4 challenges were the order of the day. The
weekend-long motor show kicked off on Friday and ran until Sunday. Tarryn-Leigh Solomons of TygerBurger attended the event and took some photos.
The Ford Mustang RTR was on display in the Grand Arena.
Zahir Sives and his dad, Donovan Lakay, were intrigued by the motorbikes on display.
Brendon and Stacey Schoeman from Goodwood were spotted enjoying some drifting.
Kurt Schoonraad was the MC at the CTMC.
One of the biggest attractions was the roaring V8s, with tyres squealing and the smell of fuel and rubber in the air. Show visitors were given the opportunity to go drifting.
Hans Maree of Maniac 4x4 is seen doing an obstacle course with a 2012 3.8 Rubicon Jeep Wrangler.
The 4x4 Wildebeest Challenge Club gave petrolheads an opportunity to go for a spin.
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hirty families from Elsies River were pleasantly surprised last week when they received a donation of delicious food hampers from community arts association, ComArt. The Elsies River-based NPO raised funds for the hampers at their popular annual Festival of Carols concert in December, marking its 19th year, which they handed over at the end of February. Every year, to reflect the spirit of goodwill, proceeds from the concert go towards an initiative to benefit local community members. In line with this initiative, ComArt Choristers have for the past two years donated food hampers to poverty-stricken households in the area in the form of the Charity Hamper Project. Further funds were also raised towards the 2017/2018 Charity Hamper Project at ComArt Choristers’ Christmas concert hosted by St Alban’s Anglican Church in Goodwood. With the support of ComArt members and friends, the 2017/2018 Charity Hamper Project touched the lives of 50% more families than in the previous year. “For our initiative in December, we realised that January can be just as bad, and often financially worse for some members of our community,” says John Davids, executive director of ComArt. “So we decided that we would try and spread some festive season cheer in the difficult month of January, when there are often extra costs for the family such as back-to-school materials. We hope that the food and hampers donated will bring joy and help alleviate some of the financial worries of food costs for the month. “This is an especially significant time for us as ComArt embarks on its milestone 20th year in 2018,” says Davids. “Throughout
Members of ComArt pack the hampers for ComArt’s Charity Hamper Project. our journey we have remained committed to promoting community building, identity, heritage and dialogue, celebrating our humanity through music and the arts to promote nation building.” ComArt provides access to creative and performance arts training and resources as a vehicle to promote community growth, development and nation building. In 1998, Professor Virginia Davids established the
ComArt Choir and, during the 18 years under her direction, the choir has enjoyed numerous memorable achievements. In 2017, Arline Jaftha took over as musical director, taking the ComArt Choristers forward into the next two decades. In addition to the ComArt Choristers, its initiatives over the years have encompassed choral and vocal training and performances, youth development pro-
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Talks on diversity held in Parow AVRIL FILLIES
f you live in a diverse community such as Parow, you get exposed to different cultures and traditions. The downside of diversity is that you can also be the target of ethnically or racially abusive language. This is why Jimi Bertrand of the organisation Spirituality Media Charity is hosting talks at the local clinic and at Parow Inclusive Primary School. “Last year I was asked to organise talks after incidents involving patients at the clinic and a pupil at the school. The principal said she would like to see her learners live in harmony with one another and that her teachers should be able to deal with children of different backgrounds. The constitution gives children the right to dignity like any person residing in South Africa,” Bertrand says. Bertrand became aware of the problem last year when a parent told him that she was not happy with the way her child was being treated at the school and she believed it was because of the colour of her child’s skin. “She did not raise the issue at the school for fear of the child being victimised. The same thing happened at the local clinic and so I decided to host these talks.” On Monday 5 March and Tuesday 6 March he held the latest talks at the clinic and at the school. This was done in conjunction with the FW de Klerk Foundation. “The talk on Monday focused on helping the intensely diverse Parow community to be able to live with one another in tolerance, respect and harmony. “On Tuesday we equipped the teachers of the school with the knowledge they need to be able to handle children of different racial and ethnic backgrounds without infringing on their rights. “When I approached the foundation to ask FW de Klerk to come and address a group of girls in 2017 he was unavailable, but I am hoping that he will be at one of my next talks. I was advised to speak to Christine Botha from the Centre for Constitutional Rights and ever since we have a created a good relationship. The foundation even sponsored gifts for the children at the Parow clinic.” According to him he has worked with the Parow police, the Women’s Network of the Democratic Alliance and the Centre for Unity and Diversity. “We’ve tackled women’s issues and human rights, and the police have spoken about women and child abuse. Childline has also come on board to speak about bullying at school.” Other programmes being planned for April include a workshop to educate women and children about their rights. Contact Bertrand on 078 948 8782 or email email@example.com. Bertrand’s offices are at 13 Oldham Street in Parow, or visit the website www.spiritualitymedia.simplesite.com. VWhat is your opinion on this article? Let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Her passion for fashion is inspiring AVRIL FILLIES
er passion to empower people is the reason why Rishka Samsodien started the Skills Empowerment Training Centre (SETC), a fashion training school at the Parow Library. “I started the school to help people unleash their creative flair. Learners who attend classes come from all over the Tygerberg area and I often have couples who do the courses together. For some the training classes became a form of therapy,” says Samsodien. “What drove me to open a school was mainly the struggle I went through trying to find a mentor when I was young. My dad, who was a tailor, lost 90% of his eyesight and he taught me the basics. I persevered and finally went to fashion school, but before fashion school it was difficult to find someone who was willing to teach me,” she says. She promised herself that she would never turn down anyone who needed help in the clothing industry. “Many fashion schools turn down really talented individuals. It’s not always about who can draw the best – one needs to understand the process of pattern making and design. Fashion designing is a skilled trade. I always encourage young children – boys and girls – to sew if it’s their passion. Parents should not treat it as a hobby or attach a stigma to it. “My son started when he was nine years old and he makes cute things like simple skirts and T-shirts for me and his sister. My brother is a tailor and so were my uncles back in the day,” Samsodien says. She has been in the clothing game as long as she can remember. “I grew up in my father’s leather factory and he specialised in biker gear. I started
Pattern making is one of the courses offered at the Parow Library. with alterations at a very young age. I made my first leather jacket when I was 16 and sold it for R500 at the time – that was 24 years ago!” she says. Once a month she hosts a free introduction to pattern making and sewing for the unemployed at the Parow Library. “We always try to serve snacks or a meal, so any sponsors would be appreciated. We also have our regular classes taking place from Mondays to Saturdays from 10:00 to 13:00 where students are required to pay a fee. Evening classes are on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 18:00 to 20:00. “We have new students doing the courses with us each week. Our courses are short –
Learners sew their own garments to wear or sell to retail stores.
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Inwoners wat daagliks gaan stap in die Jack Muller- of Danie Uys-park in Bellville, word gewaarsku om hul besittings in die kattebakke van hul motors te bêre. ’n Leser het ingebel om te sê dat sy op Maandag 26 Februarie in die park gaan stap het en toe sy by haar motor kom, was haar motorruit stukkend en haar besittings uit haar motor gesteel. Toe sy navraag doen of daar enige sekerheidswagte in die park ontplooi is, is aan haar gesê dat hulle wel daar is, maar dat hulle nie motors oppas nie. Lt.kol. Fienie Nimb, woordvoerder
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SA Archaeological Society to host talk The Western Cape branch of the SA Archaeological Society is meeting on Tuesday 13 March from 18:30 in the auditorium of the SA Astronomical Observatory. Elisabeth Hempel will discuss the extinct
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hey came just short of breaking the world record, but still managed to hold their heads high. Eight men between the ages of 18 and 62, handpicked by Africa’s only professional darts player, Devon Petersen, took on the Guinness World Record for the fewest darts thrown to reach more than a million points at GrandWest over the weekend. And although they came up short of a world record, the men did manage to set a South African record with 39 198 darts thrown to reach 1 000 001 points in a 48-hour marathon. Working in pairs in shifts, the eight players stepped up to the throwline on Friday at 16:00 and were meant to finish at 16:00 on Sunday, but went on to achieve their one million points, thus setting the South Af-
rican record. Last Man Standing, in conjunction with media partner Heart FM and GrandWest Casino and Entertainment World, threw their weight behind the incredible attempt. The current record was set in 2010 in Northern Ireland with 35 698 darts thrown in 46 hours. The local men were Leslie Beukes and Wesley Daries from Grassy Park, Jonathan Warries from Ocean View, Liam O’Brien from Southfield, JP Smith from Heideveld, Vernon Martin and Jude Williams from Mitchell’s Plain, and Roberto Werth from Kraaifontein. “The team was handpicked by the Last Man Standing Team. We used a strategy that would represent every age group and background, as well as each player’s ability and skill set, to complete the attempt. The team consisted of members aged 17 to over 55,
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