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A ‘footprint’ of change


Celebrating their committment to values in the Footprints project at Uitsig Primary by lighting a candle were, from left, Cindy Celliers from Solid Routes, principal Hermanus Mouwers and Erica Jacobs.PHOTO: GARY



leadership partnership with schools in the community is growing to leave an indelible footprint of values in the minds of learners at five schools in the community. Valentine’s Day was the perfect day to launch a unique programme that aims to instil positive values at St Augustine Primary in Ravensmead, Uitsig Primary, CL Wilmot Primary in Uitsig, Holy Trinity Primary in Elsies River and Ravensmead High School. Erica Jacobs, one of the driving forces behind this initiave explained that in 2012 the principals of these schools were part of a leadership circle on the Partners for Possibility Project. “After a year of Leadership Development training these five principals and their business partners, decided to address values as a key community concern,” she explained. “Across all spheres, a good value system will stand you in good stead. It is no more so evident as it is in children’s behaviour and their interpersonal contact, that we as a society are failing in term of values.

Responsibility “Every day we open the newspapers, we read about greed, corruption, violence, intolerance, etc. In order to restore the social fabric of community, all adults have a responsibility to make conscious efforts to teach our children basic values in the home, at school and in the community.” Through various workshops this leadership circle agreed to depict six core values in the form of a footprint. Principal Garren February (St Augustine Primary), supported by his business partner Colin Levitan (of Tygerberg Animal Hospital) and Erica Jacobs (who managed the Leadership Circle), through the Metro North Education District (MNED) office, engaged the WCED HIV/AIDS and Life Skills Pro-


gramme for financial resources to implement the Values Footprint Project. These values are: caring, fairness, responsibility, respect, trustworthiness and citizenship, each depicted by a specific colour. Jacobs pointed out that the project aims to roll out in two phases. “In phase 1, this first term, the educators of the schools received the values training. Parents were invited to parent meetings so that they can reinforce the values at home. “Learner leadership structures were trained so that they can support the implementation of the values on the playground and in their leadership; educators, parents and learners pledged their commitment to implementation of the six values. “This is what we launched on Friday,” she

said. Phase two will be implemented during the second term and the intention is to enrol 12 more schools in a 4km radius, in an attempt to reach all the schools and all the families in the Ravensmead Uitsig Cravenby area. “All schools will phase in the six values during this year and from 2015 onwards,” added Jacobs.

Positive message “A total of 18 schools will be implementing the same values at the same time, thus flooding the community with positive messages. “The Values Footprint logo, which depicts them in six colours, was specifically designed because schools saw this as an opportunity to leave a values legacy, for schools to

make a definite imprint on the social fabric of the Ravensmead/Uitsig/Cravenby community and surrounding areas.” Schools would like to call on the support of the church leaders, community organisations and businesses in the area to subscribe to the same values and to support schools. “If we all live, work, preach and teach the same values, we can change the narrative of our community. Business can support positive messaging and awareness raising in community, through sponsorship of Values Footprint flags, specific colour fabrics, arm bands or T-shirts,” concluded Jacobs. V For more information and enquiries on how to get involved, contact Garren February via email at gar­ or 021 934 6004 or Erica Jacobs at or 082 7410254.

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Verhoog roep die groot ‘poetsbakker’ MICHELLE LINNERT @linnertmb

Sy is in Kaapstad vir ’n vinnige kuier by haar gesin in Welgemoed voordat Corné Crous die pad na vanjaar se kunstefees op Oudtshoorn sal aandurf. Corné, oftewel Kim in SABC2 se gewilde sepie, 7de Laan, vertel van dié tweevrouproduksie van haar en Hildegardt Whites, oftewel Bonita in 7de Laan, in die rolverdeling van die nuwe stuk wat binnekort by die Absa Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees (KKNK) te sien sal wees. “Ons gaan KKNK toe met ’n stuk wat ons self bymekaar sit, Salmon en Snoek. Dis deur Chris Vorster geskryf en Hildegardt se man doen die musikale regie,” sê sy. “Dis ’n verhoogstuk met musiek, maar dis nié ’n musical nie. Dis net ons twee, en elke toneel vertel iets van ons kleintyd. “Ek en Hildegardt speel die karakters Corné en Hildegardt – ons ís ons eie karakters in ’n outobiografiese verhoogstuk met hope musiek. Dis ’n kyk op ons lewe met musiek as die agtergrond, as dit sin maak!” lag sy. “Ek is van Welgemoed en Hildegardt van Vredenburg; dus, salm en snoek,” sê Corné. Sy sê hulle werk skofte van 12 uur op die 7de Laan-stel, en oefen gewoonlik ná werk aan Salmon en Snoek. “Ons het ná werk nog ’n hele 12 ure, of die anderhelfte van die dag oor om te werk!” sê dié selferkende

werkholis, “en naweke speel my band, Paper Plain City. Ek weet nie van stop nie!” lag sy. Corné se ma, Andrea, sê sy was ’n regte “kattekwader” op skool. “Maar goeie kattekwaad!” lag Andrea. Sy vertel hoe Corné haar eenkeer bordkryt laat koop het, omdat sy dit kwansuis vir skoolwerk sou benodig. “Sy het dat ek haar ekstra vroeg een oggend by die skool aflaai. Wat doen sy en haar vriende toe? Hulle lê op die grond in allerhande snaakse posisies en trek lyne om mekaar – soos op ’n misdaadtoneel,” lag Andrea. By ’n ander geleentheid, vertel Corné, het sy en ’n skoolvriend weer ’n R2-muntstuk in die skoolgang vasgegom. Dié poetsbakkers kon dan in die mou dophou hoe almal sukkel om óf die munt te ignoreer, of probeer om dit op te tel. “Die een seun het naderhand gaan sit en die R2 met ’n kaart probeer loswikkel!” sê sy. Wanneer sy nie poetse gebak het nie, was sy eintlik ’n bleeksiel, meen Corné. “Ek was ’n groot dork op skool, ’n egte nerd,” lag sy.Bleeksiel of te nie, sy geniet nog die Laan, en sien vreeslik uit na die KKNK-verhoog. “ ’n Mens maak nie geld by die KKNK nie, maar daar is ander platforms waarheen ons die stuk agterna wil neem. Jy doen dit omdat jy dit wíl doen.” V Die Absa Klein Karoo Nasionale Kunstefees vind vanjaar van 29 Maart tot 5 April plaas.

Achmat Jackson is ready to "climb that moun­ tain" in aid of charity.

Achmat to take on mountain GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz

With a new production of The Sound of Music starting in the city, Achmat Jackson of Bonteheuwel is taking the idea of “climbing every mountain” to greater heights – all for charity! Once again he has entered the tough charity event called the K-Way Platteklip Charity Challenge. “I am going to climb Table Mountain via Platteklip Gorge five times on the same day,” he says excitedly. “Once at the top of Platteklip Gorge I will run across the table and catch a cable car ride down, refuel and start again. Each lap is 5,5km and will take me approximately 1,5hrs to complete, but I’m ready to do it for a good cause.” The event is happening on Saturday 5 April, but Achmat wants you to start getting your sponsorships in as soon as possible. “The charity that I am supporting is Sinenjongo High School in Milnerton, that is desperate for funds to upgrade their education facilities. “Ten percent of what I raise is for the Wilderness Search and Rescue who provide volunteer rescue services for people that find themselves in trouble on the mountains of the Western Cape. “You can sponsor me per lap and your support would be greatly appreciated.” V To support Achmat on his quest follow this link and scroll down until you find his name. http:// Fotogalery

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The ERUB Children’s Choir, once the pride and joy of the South African music scene, is now only a shadow of its former self. They’re looking for more children and youths to join them. Kompetisie

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More violence in Delft has led to the death of another resident in the area, but quick action by police has led to the arrest of a suspect. On Friday, 14 February at about at 20:45 an argument between two people led to a stabbing that left 25-yearold Brian Adams from Aster Crescent in Roosendal in a critical condition and he subsequently died as a result of a knife wound to the chest. The 26-year-old suspect fled the scene but with the help of Roosendal Neighbourhood Watch members the police managed to apprehend the suspect hiding underneath a car at his residence. He faced charges of murder at the Bellville Magistrate’s Court on Monday. Brigadier Hendrik Jansen, the Station Commander at Delft SAPS praised the Neighbourhood Watch members for their assistance at the crime scene and their help with the tracing and detention of the suspect. Jansen also reported that they had a massive operation in the Blikkiesdorp and Leiden areas where in the former area a group of reservists and Neighbourhood Watch members retrieved a 9mm firearm with one magazine and 12 rounds, after they responded to a complaint from the communty. The firearm had its serial number filed off. Two suspects aged 27 and 28 will face charges for the illegal possession of a firearm and ammunition as well as for tampering with a firearm and will also appeared in Bellville Court on Monday.


Initially another man was attacked by angry community members shortly after the incident, but police have confirmed that he is not linked to the crime and is recovering in hospital from injuries that he sustained at the hands of the crowd. Police spokesperson Frederick van Wyk said: “It was established on Friday morning that the suspect allegedly committed suicide while in custody. An inquest case was opened for investigation.” A bloodstained mattress where the girl was murdered is a gruesome reminder for residents that their children are not safe. Meanwhile, Delft residents took to the streets earlier on Friday following several incidents of child killings in the area. Siphokuhle will be laid to rest in the Eastern Cape next weekend.


There has been a dramatic turn of events relating to the latest incident of a child being raped and murdered in Delft last week – the suspect has committed suicide. Police have confirmed that a 27-year-old suspect was arrested last Thursday and was placed in custody at Bellville South Police cells when there was no place in Delft. It was establish that on Friday morning that the suspect allegedly committed suicide using his t-shirt, while in custody and an inquest docket has been registered. These developments are in relation to the incident where Siphokuhle Flephu’s body was found in a shack in Delft South last weekend.

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Celebrating at Valhalla Park Library were, from left, Alan Kannemeyer, Rene Willemse (assistant librarians), Thandiwe Mtshengu (senior librarian) and Jerome Fortuin (librarian).

HEIDEVELD-BEHUISINGSPROJEK Die Stad Kaapstad se direktoraat menslike nedersettings gaan nog ’n opvolg-siftingsessie vir beoogde begunstigdes van die Heideveld-behuisingsprojek hou. Die databasis se afsnydatum vir Heideveld, Vanguard Estate en Welcome Estate is Desember 2006, maar in die geval van Bonteheuwel en Gugulethu is dit Desember 1992. Aansoekers wie se name op die databasis verskyn en: • •

in Heideveld, Vanguard Estate, Welcome Estate, Bonteheuwel of in Gugulethu woon en vorige siftingsessies misgeloop het ’n gesamentlike inkomste van minder as R3 500 per maand verdien

word versoek om die volgende sessie (saam met hul eggenote of lewensmaats) te besoek: Plek: Datum: Tyd:

Heideveld-gemeenskapsentrum, Jonkershoekweg, Heideveld Saterdag 1 Maart 2014 10:00

Bring afskrifte van die volgende dokumente op die dag saam: • • • • •

Groen strepieskode-identiteitsdokument (ID) Huwelik- of egskeidingsertifikaat Kinders se geboortesertifikate Bewys van inkomste (onlangse betaalstrokie, bewys van maatskaplike toelae, beëdigde verklaring indien jy vir jouself werk of werkloos is, ens.) Enige ander toepaslike dokumente

Moet asseblief nie die sessie bywoon as jy nie op die Stad Kaapstad se behuisingsdatabasis geregistreer is nie of as jy die vorige siftingsessie bygewoon het en geen uitstaande inligting het nie of as jy reeds goedgekeur is nie. Rig navrae aan Maureen Lewin by 021 710 9303.



Valhalla Park library wins award GARY VAN DYK

ting the Hermanus Library.

The City of Cape Town’s libraries were among the achievers at the Cultural Affairs awards ceremony that was held recently. This annual event hosted by the Western Cape Government’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Sport acknowledged individuals and organisations in the fields of language, arts and culture, heritage, museums, geographical names, libraries and their archives. Valhalla Park Library won the award for the Best Medium-Size Public Library and this award is given to a public library that demonstrates excellence in marketing, promotion and outreach activities and whose efforts have made a difference to a community. Other nominees in this category included the Masiphumelele Library and the Observatory Library. Cape Town Central Library won the award for the Best Big Public Library, bea-

Facilities This award was judged on the criteria of the most innovative and imaginative programmes, projects and events being presented at a public library. The library was also shortlisted for the award for Best Public Library: Youth Services. The City’s Mayoral Committee Member for Community Services and Special Projects, Belinda Walker, commended the award recipients. “We know that if our library facilities are to be truly beneficial to communities, they must be more than just places from which books are borrowed,” she said. “They must be centres that are committed to excellence, shared spaces where communities come together to exchange ideas, and they must provide a secure environment in which visitors are made to feel that the facilities belong to them. “We are very proud of the City’s libraries and the librarians who have been recognised.”


Groot pret wag by GTV se Tygerfest Die GTV-span is hard aan die werk met die laaste reëlings vir die Groter Tygerbergvennootskap (GTV) se eerste Tygerfest, wat op Vrydag 21 en Saterdag 22 Februarie by die Hoërskool Parow plaasvind. ’n Opwindende toevoeging tot Saterdag se program is ’n skaatsplank-park, wat aangebied word deur 78a in vennootskap met Africa Skate. Dit beloof om ’n opwindende voldagprogram te wees en sal demonstrasies insluit deur professionele skaatsplankryers en ’n skaatskliniek, waar mense die basiese tegnieke kan leer. Daar gaan ook ’n Game of Skate-kompetisie aangebied word, wat oop sal wees vir almal wat wil deelneem – op eie risiko natuurlik. “Skaatsplankry is altyd ’n goeie gelykmaker oor verskillende demografieë en dus ’n belangrike aktiwiteit vir die jeug en vir gemeenskapsbou,” sê Tienie le Roux, uitvoerende hoof van die Groter Tygerberg-vennootskap.

Afskop Die Tygerfest sal Vrydagaand afskop met die Twilight Street Mile en pretloop wat by die Hoërskool Parow sal eindig, waar al die ander aksie sal wees. Deelnemers wat rekords jaag, is net so welkom soos dié wat net vir die pret meedoen. Veral laasgenoemde se kreatiwiteit met hul “draf”-uitrustings, kan hulle lekker pryse in die sak bring. Op Saterdag 22 Februarie sal die Tygerfest-gemeenskapsoptog die dag se gebeure inlui. Alle skole, sakeondernemings, gemeenskapsprojekte, motor- en motorfietsklubs, kore, sportklubs, universiteite en enige ander organisasie word genooi om hieraan deel te neem en hul uniekheid ten toon te stel. Daar sal baie ander pret, musiek, kosstalletjies en ander vermaak wees tydens die Tygerfest. Kaartjies is beskikbaar by V Skakel 021 823 6714 vir nog inligting.

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New campaign in Delft inspires youth GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz

Giving youth a chance to be positive in their community, that is what an organisation in Delft is busy doing every Friday night. Help to Care South Africa is an organisation that focusses on the wellbeing of communities to help people find the wealth that they have within themselves, and one of their projects aims to keep youth busy on a Friday night. Latasha Storm is a member of the organisation who is passionate about making a difference in the lives of these youngsters, and their parents. “There’s just too many negative influences around them and we want to show them how they can have fun by being positive,” she said. “We don’t want them to end up in shebeens or drug dens so we’ve started this “Back to School is Cool” campaign to motivate a positive lifestyle. Through this campaign we want to motivate them to see that the only way people will take you seriously is if you start with yourself. “Getting an education will open the doors

towards your future not drugs or belonging to a gang,” she said. She pointed out that when they started the campaign more than 50 youngsters rocked up, some with their parents, and they had a great evening of activities. Last week the theme for their evening was a Valentine’s Day celebration and the hall of the Welwitchia Primary school in Delft South where they met was decorated for the occasion. “Everyone knows that Valentine’s is all about romance, but tonight we are giving them the low-down on the responsibilities that go with the romance, the respect that they must have for their partners, and most importantly for themselves, but we all also have some fun activities to keep them occupied,” said Latasha. “We saw this when we recently hosted an open-air film screening and families came out to watch it, enjoy the activities, and neighbours could relate to each other. I see the idea growing, and as it does we will achieve our goals of communities in harmony.” V For more information about their activities call La­ tasha on 084 557 0928.

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Royal gifts for craft centre

Learners from Bramble Way Primary who were taken on an excursion by Bonteheuwel Library in partnership with Themba Edutrain to Zandvlei Estuary Nature Reserve are seen here working at tasks to test their knowledge of their visit. Mark Arendse, the Conservation Officer educated and informed the learners of scarce environmental resources and biodiversity conservation.

Members of the Ulwazi Arts and Crafts Centre for individuals who face profound physical challenges were hosted last week by King Peter Cardi of the Khoisan Kingdom. The Khoisan Kingdom is an organisation promoting Khoisan culture and is open to all. The event was held at The Kraal in Blackheath. “The kingdom is very active with social upliftment and poverty alleviation programmes in the city’s northern areas and countrywide. Late last year the organisation distributed ten tons of meat on the Cape Flats and in the Boland. “The kingdom is there to care

for the handicapped, the frail, the aged and those who can’t fend for themselves. “We are there for all people and need to involve the handicapped more in society and we don’t have to wait for a handicapped national day. “Let us reach out a hand to them and show them our love and compassion,” King Cardi said. V People interested in assisting Ulwazi can contact the centre at 0 084 687 5468. Those interested in le­ arning more about the Khoisan King­ dom can visit the website at

BELANGRIKE KENNISGEWING WES-KAAPSE REGERING: DEPARTEMENT VAN MENSLIKE NEDERSETTINGS VERWYSINGSNOMMER: HSC 32/2013/2014 Uitnodiging aan boukontrakteurs om op die Wes-Kaapse Regering: Departement van Menslike Nedersettings se Uitgebreide Menslike Behuisingsproses (UMBP) kontrakteurdatabasis te registreer. Die doel van die UMBP-projekkontrakteursdatabasis is om aan alle voornemende kontrakteurs ’n regverdige en gelyke geleentheid te gun om kwotasies vir kontrakteursdienste vir die UMBP namens die Wes-Kaapse Regering (WKR) se Departement van Menslike Nedersettings voor te lê.

Kathy Moore of the Ulwazi Arts and Crafts Centre is seen here thanking the king for the eats and interesting talks about culture delivered by Commissioner Hamish Arries and Chief Sameul Frans.PHOTO: ANDRE KOOPMAN

Vereistes vir voorleggings: •

Alle aansoeke moet op die WKR Departement van Menslike Nedersettings se standaard voorsienersregistrasie-aansoekvormsjabloon gedoen word, op 17 Februarie 2014 beskikbaar op die grondvloer by die kantoor van die WKR se Departement van Menslike Nedersettings, Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad.

Vir kontrakteurs om suksesvol op die UMBP-databasis geregistreer te word, moet hulle oor die CIDB-gradering van vlak 2 of hoër beskik, ’n registrasievorm voltooi en bewys van aktiewe registrasie by die volgende reguleringsliggame voorlê: o Wes-Kaapse Voorsienersdatabasis (WKVD) o Konstruksienywerheidontwikkelingsraad (KNOR) o Maatskappye en intellektuele besit-registrasiekantoor (MIBRK) o Nasionale Huisbouersregistrasieraad (NHBRR)

Versuim om bogenoemde dokumente voor te lê, sal u aansoek ongeldig maak.

Sluitingsdatum vir aansoeke is 07 Maart 2014 om 11:00 (laat aansoeke sal nie geëvalueer word nie). Kontak asb. vir mnr. Molebatsi Matube (021-483 3797) of Molebatsi.Matube@westerncape. vir meer inligting by Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad. Let Wel: Belangstellende kontrakteurs moet hulle aansoekvorms in die tenderhouer op die grondvloer plaas, vir aandag: Die Kontrakteursdatabasis-administrateur, Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad, 8001, of pos dit aan: Die Kontrakteursdatabasis-administrateur, Privaatsak X9043, Kaapstad, 8000. Alle navrae met betrekking tot die aansoeke moet gerig word aan: Mnr. Molebatsi Matube by Tel: (021) 483 3797 of e-pos: Me. Esther Stephanus-Pillay by Tel: (021) 483 3173 of e-pos: Me. Fatimah Ismail-Bernksen by Tel: (021) 483 8391 of e-pos: of faks u navrae aan (021) 483 2551 Werksure vanaf Maandag tot Vrydag, 08:00 tot 16:00. Indien ’n kontrakteur op die databasis gelys word, waarborg dit nie ’n afspraak vir kontrakteursdienste nie, maar eerder ’n geleentheid om uitgenooi te word om te kwoteer of ’n bod in te dien vir kontrakteursdiens wanneer die behoefte ontstaan. Geen inligtingsessies sal gehou word nie. 11161M/A

‘Swear jar’ helps Tygerberg Hospice DESIREÉ RORKE @dezzierorke

Swearing does not come cheap at the Pizza Pub in Kraaifontein. It is common knowledge that bad language will land you in hot water - and out of pocket - the moment you set foot in this popular establishment. Not that this has stopped some patrons from having the occasional four-letter word slip out. Bizarre as it may seem, it has served as an incentive for locals to “indulge”, as long as the notes keep piling into the infamous “swear jar” behind the counter. All for a good cause as they knowingly collect funds throughout the year, for the Tygerberg Hospice in Bellville. “My husband will greet an old patron with a hearty back-slap and an unsavoury slip of the tongue, as he tosses his redemptive R50 or R100 bill into the jar. This is ussually followed with a jovial return-greeting another apologetic “#*$#” and off course, another R100 for penance,” explained Lorraine Correia, wife of owner Nicky, as she laughingly tells of this tradition. Trivial as it is, the money collected in the jar has seen

Lorraine shows off the swear jar. thousands of terminal ill patients through the last stages of their life to die with dignity. This is the 15th year that Nicky and Lorraine are donating a substantial amount in aid of the hospice. A cheque for R25 000 was handed over at the Pizza Pub on Friday night, as Nicky celebrated his birthday. “All the funds donated are raised by the ‘swear jar’ and the annual potjiekos competition,” says Lorraine who along with Nicky thanked all their friends and patrons for their contributions. Barry Evans, trustee of the hospice said that these funds will greatly assist the Tygerberg Hospice to go the extra mile in the care and relief of people suffering with life threatening illness.

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Music can make positive changes GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz

While local authorities try to figure out how to curb the growing trend of violence and crime on the Cape Flats, a Norwegian musician is showing how music can make a difference. Arne Hiorth, a Norwegian university lecturer, is no stranger to our shores and built up strong partnerships where he brings his students to visit here, and then there have been groups of musicians who have gone to Norway from there. Last week he was back in the city with his music students and for two days they were busy giving concerts at schools in Tafelsig, Delft, Rocklands, and Lost City. The tour programme was organised by Ricardo de Reuck and his staff at Cape Flats YMCA. “The idea is to show the youth out here how performing arts can be a way out of the darkness they are experiencing in their daily lives,” he says excitedly. “Through our contact with the YMCA, we learn about the problems in these communities, the crime, drug abuse, violence, aids and unemployment that are the ingredients of a melting pot that can only lead to destruction of these young lives. “Without any positive activities for them after school, that is when the problems begin, and the criminals then start using them, start getting them into drugs and other negative pursuits. “We want to show them that there is a way out of it through the performing arts,” he says.

Integrity Arne points out that one of the youth leaders working with them has realised that “power” after growing up as one of the really bad boys. “Before he got involved in our projects Mario was all about making trouble as he was all about his own desires and the will of his gang, but his life turned when he became a committed Christian now intent on bringing integrity back to the community he terrorised.” Mario also introduced the Norwegians to the talented Lyle Syster, 14, a guitarist from Mitchell’s Plain who joined them for a solo at one of the concerts. “This kid just blew us away,” said Arne. “I’ve always known that this city has some of the most talented musicians in the world, and over the years we have invited quite a number of them to Norway for festivals and workshops. “They’ve always impressed the audiences over there, some of them returned to study there, and they’re making their mark on the international scene. This is another young man that is going to make his mark.” Jazz jam An integral part of every visit by the Norwegians is a visit to the famous Monday Night Jazz Jam, which was specially hosted at Carnival Court in Cape Town after stopping at its old venue at Swingers in Wetton a few months ago. Lyle joined in the jam on this visit and impressed the punters. Arne also revealed that with Mike Cuthbert, programme secretary of YMCA in South Africa they are working on a project that involves “rehearsal spots”. “This is one of the main aims of our visits every year to give our students the opportunity to experience how lives can be transformed through music and the arts, and most importantly the part that they can play in it all.” “We’re also showing that through the harmony in music, we can bring harmony into young lives across the world,” concluded Arne. (See video on


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More voices needed for youth choir GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz

Young voices in harmony is what the ERUB Children’s Choir is all about and they’re looking for more children and youth to join them. This choir, which was once the pride and joy of the South African music scene was established in 1986 by the late Frank Pietersen, is only a shadow of its former self. On Saturday the seven voices who are now part of the choir seemed small as they gathered at the Centre for the Performing Arts at UWC, but then they sang and they removed all doubt that strength is not in numbers, in this case it is sheer talent! Spearheading the resurgence of the choir is Keith Jenneke and Peter Roux, who explained that originally the choir comprised of children from Elsies River, Ravensmead, Uitsig and Bishop Lavis, hence the name ERUB, but soon singers from all over the Cape Flats started joining. “From its inception until the end of 2004, the choir

was directed by Rosamunde van Zitters. “The choir released its first two CD’s in July 2000, and a Christmas CD in December 2002.” Part of the problems that they encountered is the lack of sponsorship for the project. “When we started we were supported by the old “Coloured” affairs department,” adds Jenneke. “This meant we could provide transport for the singers to fetch them for practices and performances, but when it dried up it became difficult for some families. “We have realised that there is just too much talent going to waste in our communities so we are calling on parents who know their children can sing to join us in making musical harmony. “We are looking for young exciting singers, aged between 9 and 16 who love music, enjoy singing, and want to make music together to join us.” Practices are on Saturdays from 10:00 to 13:00 at the Centre for the Performing arts at the University of the Western Cape. V For more information call Keith Jenneker on 082 950 8476 or Peter Roux on 083 535 3707. Video at

The dancers in Bellville South get into the beat in the burning heat at Frank Louw Park on Saturday. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK


Uitnodiging aan UMBP-fasiliteerders om op die fasiliteerdersdatabasis van die Wes-Kaapse Regering: Departement van Menslike Nedersettings se Uitgebreide Menslike Behuisingsproses (UMBP) te registreer. Die doel van die UMBP-projekfasiliteerdersdatabasis is om aan alle voornemende fasiliteerders ’n regverdige en gelyke geleentheid te gun om kwotasies vir fasiliteerdersdienste vir die UMBP namens die Wes-Kaapse Regering (WKR) se Departement van Menslike Nedersettings voor te lê. Vereistes vir voorleggings: •

Alle aansoeke moet op die WKR Departement van Menslike Nedersettings se standaard voorsienersregistrasie-aansoekvormsjabloon gedoen word, beskikbaar op die grondvloer by die kantoor van die WKR se Departement van Menslike Nedersettings, Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad, op 17 Februarie 2014.

Vir fasiliteerders om suksesvol op die UMBP-databasis geregistreer te word, moet hulle ’n registrasievorm voltooi en bewys van die volgende voorlê: ° Wes-Kaapse Voorsienersdatabasis (WKVD) ° Maatskappye en intellektuele besit-registrasiekantoor (MIBRK)

Versuim om bogenoemde dokumente voor te lê, sal u aansoek ongeldig maak.

Sluitingsdatum vir aansoeke is 07 Maart 2014 om 11:00 (laat aansoeke sal nie geëvalueer word nie). Kontak asb. vir mnr. Molebatsi Matube (021-483 3797) of vir meer inligting by Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad.

Let Wel: Belangstellende fasiliteerders moet hulle aansoekvorms in die tenderhouer op die grondvloer plaas, vir aandag: Die Fasiliteerderdatabasis-administrateur, Waalstraat 27, Kaapstad, 8001, of pos dit aan: Die Fasiliteerderdatabasis-administrateur, Privaatsak X9043, Kaapstad, 8000. Alle navrae met betrekking tot die aansoeke moet gerig word aan: Mnr. Molebatsi Matube by Tel: (021) 483 3797 of e-pos:

Ladies in step against abuse

GARY VAN DYK @gvdcapejazz

The WOWMovement in Bellville South had ladies in the community making their dance moves for the beat against abuse on Saturday. Local community worker from the organisation Joy Warries was one of the driving forces behind the event and said that violence against women and children is increasing at an alarming rate in South Africa. “Every week we are informed of horrendous violent acts against women of all ages and children as young as 6-monthsold babies,” she said. “As communities we see children reenact the voilence around them disguised as games that they play and we need to stop it. We need a radical revolution against gender violence.”

Skills Even though the organisation has been addressing economic injustice for many years through their skills projects this year they wanted to join the international outcry against gender based violence. “We found out about the One Billion Rising movement, an international day of radical awareness and advocacy campaign, culminating on the 14 February across the world,” she continues. “According to United Nations

statistics worldwide, one in three women will be raped and abused in their lifetime. “With 3Billion people in the world that means 1 billion women will become a statistic that is why we had to show our support with our event on Saturday.” This was not the only event of its kind in the Western Cape, one was also held in the Company Garden on Friday 14 February. Everybody enjoyed the event on Saturday,” continues Warries. “Members of our movement were joined by Proudly Female Teen groups from Bellville South and Winsley primary schools, as well as the ladies from the Proteaville Senior Fitness Club.

Awareness “We all came together to beat the heat, and let the rhythm get to us as we declared our voice against gender abuse.”Warries concluded by saying that she hoped that the event created an awareness for women and children that are being abused. “They must know that there is help out there for them, our doors at our centre, The Bellville South Youth and Women Centre (next to the civic centre in Kasselsvlei Road) is always open to them.” V Further information from Joy War­ ries on 073 556 1025. See video on

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Sewe in een dag vas MICHELLE LINNERT @linnertmb


ie Bellville-polisie het op een dag op drie verskillende misdaadtonele altesame sewe skelms vasgetrek. In die eerste geval het ’n groep van die ondersoekeenheid by Blommendal twee verdagtes dopgehou, het kapt. Fienie Nimb van dié kantoor gesê. “Die een het in Douglas Carstraat gestaan, terwyl die ander in ’n bos daar naby verdwyn het. Toe sien die lede hy kom uit met ’n vol rugsak,” sê sy. “Hulle het die verdagtes gekonfronteer en op verskillende tipes geseëlde drank in die sak beslag gelê. “Dit het onder meer drie bottels brandewyn en 24 botteltjies Hunters Extreme-appelsider in die rugsak ingesluit. Daar was nog ’n sespak-sider onder die bos – wat waarskynlik nie in die rugsak kon pas nie,” sê sy. “En ’n steeds geseëlde bottel Amarula.”

Optrede In die tweede optrede het die polisie voorlê-diens by die Charl Malan-parkeerarea gedoen. “Hulle het op dié parkeerplek besluit, omdat daar in Januarie 17 voertuie gesteel is. Die span, wat kapt. Jannie Smit, ao. Whitey van Zyl, konstt. Vusi Masiya, Bernard Musset en Nolan Ruiters ingesluit het, het gesien hoe ’n verdagte waghou, terwyl die ander een ’n skerpgevylde LN-sleutel in die sleutelgat van ’n VW

SARS to helps small businesses with grants Financial help for small businesses who want to take on new and inexperienced staff is now available and the benefits will be there from next payday, said Michael Bagraim, a Cape Town labour lawyer. He was speaking at a breakfast symposium organised by the Cape Coast branch of the Cape Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Bloubergstrand last week. “The beauty of the youth wage subsidy or Employment Tax Incentive is that there is very little red tape involved and no waiting for refunds,” he said. “The SA Revenue Service has done an excellent job in putting together a scheme that is really easy to use and one that will help many young people find their places in the working world.” He explained that a business taking on a young and inexperienced worker at a salary of, say, R2 000 a month would be able to deduct half the salary (R1 000) from its next PAYE payment to SARS. “This is instant help for small businesses,” said Janine Myburgh, president of the chamber. “We predict that it will mean many more jobs and it will help small businesses to grow. One of the big problems the country faces is that young people cannot get jobs because they have no experience and are now unable to find work. This is a ‘catch 22’ situation and at last we have a way to break the impasse,” she said. Bagraim explained that the scheme applied to young South Africans aged between 18 and 29 who were starting their first jobs, but all jobs in the public service were excluded. Also excluded were domestic workers and workers “connected” with their employers. The age limit did not apply to approved industries in Special Economic Zones such as Saldanha. New workers who started their jobs after October 1 last year would also be subsidised but only from January this year. These grants amounted to R121 500 per apprentice per year. For more details call the SARS contact centre on 0800 007 277 or the SETA for the manufacturing, engineering and related services.

Golf gedruk, en dit só oopforseer het. “Dié proses, om die motor oop te kry en aan te skakel, neem nie meer as 30 sekondes nie. Intussen het die lede nadergekom en albei vasgetrek,” vertel Nimb. “Een van die twee verdagtes is reeds verlede jaar deur die misdaadvoorkomingseenheid toegesluit vir motordiefstal,” sê Nimb.

Diefstal In die derde voorval was drie mans betrokke by die diefstal van ’n wit Opel Corsa-bakkie by die Stikland-treinstasie. Een van die betrokkenes het aanvanklik sy swart bakkie agtergelaat met die doel om dit later weer te kom haal. Intussen het hy in die wit bakkie geklim en weggery. Hy het dit parkeer by die Elsiesrivierverkeersdepartement. “Toe een van die verdagtes terugkom vir die swart bakkie, het die lede op die toneel, konst. Shaun Plaatjies en Vusi Masiya, hom gekonfronteer. Met ondervraging het hy aan hulle vertel dat dit sy vriend se bakkie is, en dat dié vir hom by ’n nabygeleë vulstasie wag. “Die lede het dié man se storie verdag gevind en is toe agter dié ‘vriend’ aan. “Tydens ondervraging het die ‘vriend’ toe erken dit was hy wat met die wit bakkie van die treinstasie af weggery het. “Die ‘vriend’ en sy twee makkers het toe in ’n kar teruggekom om die swart bakkie te kom haal.” Die lede het die verdagtes, al drie van Elsiesrivier, in hegtenis geneem.

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Casual sex risk for HIV infection With love still in the air, the Western Cape Government Health encourages all citizens to use condoms when engaging in sexual activity. “Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI) are the epitome of the second hand gift, since the infection has traveled from one person to another, much like that unwanted gift that keeps getting passed from one friend to another. A person who gives you an STI is not a worthy Valentine,” says departmental spokesperson Jo-Anne Otto. Otto says that the best way by far to avoid

contracting an STI is refraining from casual sexual behaviour. “For those who are not in a permanent relationship, keep condoms at hand, and make a habit of using them during sex. Make sure that your partner knows how to use it. Insist on using one every time you have sex,” she adds. Furthermore, if you are in a new relationship, know you and your partner’s HIV status. “It is best to keep using condoms until both you and your partner have been tested for HIV over a period of time and know your status,” she says.

KENNISGEWING VAN ‘N VERGADERING VAN DIE RAAD VAN DIE STAD KAAPSTAD ’n Vergadering van die Raad van die Stad Kaapstad word op Woensdag 26 Februarie 2014 om 10:00 in die Raadsaal, 6e verdieping, Podiumblok, Burgersentrum, Hertzog-boulevard 12, Kaapstad, gehou. Let asseblief daarop dat daar ’n beperkte getal 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 hul sitplekke teen 09:30 in te neem.


DERDE AANVULLENDE WAARDASIELYS (SV03) TOT DIE 2012- ALGEMENE WAARDASIELYS VIR DIE 2013/14-BOEKJAAR Ingevolge artikel 49(1)(a)(i) van die Wet op Plaaslike Regering: Munisipale Eiendomsbelasting, Wet 6 of 2004, hierna die “Wet” genoem, word daar hiermee kennis gegee dat die derde aanvullende waardasielys (SV03) van die 2012- algemene waardasielys vir die 2013/14-boekjaar vanaf 21 Februarie 2014 tot 31 Maart 2014 vir die publiek by die lokale hieronder ter insae lê. Die vorms vir die indiening van besware is by hierdie lokale beskikbaar. Die waardasielys is ook vanaf 21 Februarie 2014 op die Raad se webwerf beskikbaar (adres hieronder). Eiendomme word ingevolge artikel 78(1) van die Wet op die derde aanvullende waardasielys (SV03) van die 2012- algemene waardasielys geplaas indien dit: (a) foutiewelik uit die waardasielys gelaat is; (b) na die laaste algemene waardasie by die munisipaliteit ingesluit is; (c) na die laaste algemene waardasie onderverdeel of gekonsolideer is; (d) ’n wesenlike toename of vermindering in markwaarde ondergaan het sedert die laaste algemene waardasie; (e) in die laaste algemene waardasie aansienlik verkeerd gewaardeer is; (f) om enige ander buitengewone rede herwaardeer moet word; (g) waarvan die kategorie verander het. Ingevolge artikel 49(1)(a)(ii) van die Wet kan enige eiendomsbesitter of ander persoon wat wil binne die gemelde tydperk ’n beswaar by die munisipale bestuurder indien oor enige saak wat op die waardasielys verskyn of daaruit weggelaat is. Besware kan slegs ten opsigte van eiendomme wat op die SV03-lys gewaardeer is, ingedien word. Die eienaars van hierdie eiendomme sal skriftelik van hul SV03-waardasies in kennis gestel word by die posadres wat tans op die Stad se databasis is. Aandag word spesifiek gevestig op die feit dat ’n beswaar ingevolge artikel 50(2) van die Wet met ’n spesifieke, individuele eiendom verband moet hou en nie teen die aanvullende waardasielys as ’n geheel ingedien kan word nie. Die vorms vir die indiening van besware is by die lokale hieronder genoem beskikbaar en kan van die webwerf afgelaai word. ’n Afsonderlike beswaarvorm moet vir elke eiendom ingevul word. DATUM: 21 Februarie 2014 tot 31 Maart 2014 NO. NAAM VAN LOKAAL



























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Hou in die skadu, want die Kaap kook En was dit nie warm nie! Kaapstad en omstreke het die afgelope paar dae behoorlik gebraai, en dit was nie in die lapa nie. Lesers het foto’s van hul motors se termometers ingestuur en van die lesings het in die vroeë veertigs gedraai. Miskien is die meting opwaarts aangehelp deurdat die voertuie in die son gestaan het, maar dit was beslis nie veel onder die 40 nie. Selfs die nagte het nie ’n koelte saam met die donker gebring nie. Mense is geïrriteerd, moeg – en warm. Die arme kinders wat die naweek hul groot atletiekbyeenkomste gehad het, het beswaarlik die regte omstandighede gehad om rekords te laat spat. Ouers moes sekerlik elke moetie in die boek toepas om die sonverbrande lywe te lawe. Tuis het die gesuis van waaiers, wat maar net die warm lug sirkuleer, en gordyne wat nie eens roer as die vensters oop is nie, verder tot die irritasie bygedra. Ons wingerdboere in die omgewing het pas begin oes en pars. Hulle moet nou basies teen dubbeld die spoed werk, omdat die druiwe so te sê in hul hande nog ryper word. Volgens die weervoorspellers is dit nog het einde niet. Tot minstens einde Februarie gaan ons nog in die dertigs boer. Hier en daar sal ons ’n koeler dag beleef – net om ons nie heeltemal in die rigting van hitte-uitputting te stuur nie. Mag jy intussen iets kry om jou lyf én jou gemoed mee koel te hou.

SMS V Ek wil net vir Klaasvakie antwoord (SMS 12/02) – Daar is absoluut niks fout met die Goodwood­munisipaliteit nie. Dit is wonderlik om ons buurt so mooi skoon te maak, al is dit 02:00 in die oggend. Ry bie­ tjie in ander voorstede en kyk hoe vieslik lyk die sypaadjies. Drink ’n Chill Pill. – Leon V Hoekom dink sommige polisielede hulle is “above the law”? Ek het Maandagog­ gend gesien hoe ’n vangwa sommer voor ’n kar inry omdat dit in die verkeerde baan was. Dit was by die brug by Kraaifontein­ poskantoor. Om alles te kroon, by die af­ draai na Scottsville wou hy ook nie wag nie en het sommer probeer om op die sypaad­ jie te ry, waar daar werksmense en skool­ kinders geloop het! Hy was nie op pad na ’n noodgeval nie, want hy het nie ’n sirene of noodligte aangehad nie. Was dit ’n an­ der kar, het daardie einste cop gou die an­ der kar afgetrek met loeiende sirene! Dis­ gusting! – Anoniem V Sondagaand op pad kerk toe het ons eers by die 7 Eleven ’n draai gegooi. My gunstelinglekkers, toasted marshmal­ lows, is my bederfie. Toe ek wou stap om te betaal, neem ’n pragtige jong man dit uit my hand en met so ’n mooi glimlag sê hy: “I would like to buy them for you.” Wel, baie dankie, ou seun, jy het hierdie ouma­ tjie se hartsnare geraak, en weet dat ons seniors sulke mooi gebare waardeer. Die Vader het dit gesien en is trots op jou. Liefde. – Oumatjie V On Thursday night 13 Feb. someone bro­ ke into a bakkie and stole a grade 8 school bag in Parow near Lesleys Florist. If by chance you happen to find any school books in any street near the florist will you please bring it to Lesleys Florist, so that they can return it to the child. Thanks – Anon V Why can’t the people that ride their hor­ ses through our neighbourhood in Dur­ banville pick up the horses poo like the pe­ ople that walk their dogs have to? ­ Stinky ) SMS’e kos R1,50 elk. Stuur die woord “Tyger”, gevolg deur jou boodskap na 45527.


“It’s fine to cele­ brate success but it is more impor­ tant to heed the lessons of failure.” – Bill Gates

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Uitgewer: TygerBurger word uitgegee deur WP Koerante en is deel van die Media 24­groep Verspreding: TygerBurger Elsiesrivier word elke Woensdag in die volgende gebiede afgelewer: Adriaanse, Avon, Avonwood, Leonsdale, Elnor, Belvenie, Matroosfontein, Norwood, Riverton Estate, Salberau, The Range, Valhalla, Bishop Lavis, Charlesville, Montana, Monte Video, Nooitgedacht, Bonteheuwel, Netreg, Epping Forest en Kalksteenfontein. Totale verspreiding: 33 085 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

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Zuma­mobile? One of the dare devils of the world famous Nitro Circus jumps a ramp in a “bathtub” at the Cape Town stadion on Saturday. Cape Town was the first stop on a three­leg tour in SA.


BRIEWE|Faks: 021 910 6501|Posbus 747, Bellville 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

Onnies se harde werk raakgesien Bishop Lavis (Sekondêr en Primêr) behoort ’n goue ster te kry vir hul bedagsaamheid. Mnr. Sauls, mnr. Van der Heyden, die skoolhoof (sekondêr), en me. Trimm, me. Brown, mnr. Bosman (primêr) – om net ’n paar te noem, want ek ken ongelukkig nie almal by die naam nie. Julle is die tipe onderwysers wat ’n mens nog hoop gee vir ons land se onderwys. Ek het leerders in albei skole en jul belangstelling, opofferings en daardie ekstra myl wat julle stap met jul studente, is regtig wonderlik! Baie, baie dankie en sterkte vorentoe, want dit kan nie maklik wees met die oorvol klasse nie. Weet net dat daar wel mense daar buite is wat jul harde werk raaksien en waardeer. Hou so aan! DANKBARE OUER E­pos

Leerkrag het nie tyd om kind te help Ek verwys na die brief: “Teleurstellende skoolervaring” (TygerBurger, 12 Februarie). My seun in graad drie in ’n baie goeie skool het nou probleme met sy nuwe onderwyser. Sy het verlede week vir hulle wiskunde gegee wat hy nie 100 % verstaan het nie. Ek het al vir hom aan die begin van sy skoolloopbaan gesê as hy iets nie verstaan nie, moet hy die onderwyser daaroor inlig. Hy het toe na haar gegaan en sy het net haar skouers opgetrek en gesê hy moet gaan sit. Sy het nie nou tyd om dit aan hom te verduidelik nie. Ek gaan toe deur sy

klaswerkboek wat sy huis toe gestuur het en sien dat dieselfde foute twee tot drie maal herhaal is. Ek het hom maar op my manier verduidelik hoe dit gedoen moet word. Ek is ’n ma wat elke dag met my kinders sit met hul skoolwerk, maar ek het mos nou nie gaan studeer om nog ’n juffrou se werk ook te doen nie. Sy kon hom maar net weer verduidelik het. Ek dink daar is sekerlik ander kinders wat in dieselfde bootjie is. En dit nadat my seun verlede jaar 85 % in wiskunde gekry het! Wat gaan deesdae in ons skole aan? Ek verkies nog steeds die ouer onderwysers, wat tyd maak om met jou kind te sit – nie die jongeres wat net die kinders wil afbreek omdat hulle nog self nat agter die ore is nie. BAIE TELEURGESTELD Ravensmead

Alle fietsryers hou nie by die reëls Geagte fietsryer, ek admireer jou gees om soggens vroeg die pedale te trap – hetsy vir oefening of werk. Dit is inspirerend en laat my die gerief van my voertuig waardeer. Die rede vir my skrywe is egter om my kommer uit te spreek oor jul veiligheid. Ek wil spesifiek verwys na die agterpad van Durbanville na Milnerton en Contermanskloof. Die pad is smal – op sommige plekke baie smal. Almal is haastig en met voertuie wat van voor kom met verblindende ligte, is die sig soms baie swak, veral vroegoggend of laataand. En dan die frustrerendste en kommerwekkendste aspek: Die ongeërgdheid van sommige (gelukkig enkele) fietsryers wat nie by die reëls hou nie: Oorfone wat sy gehoor beperk en dan die groot euwel van

langs mekaar ry. Mens, as jy raakgery of vermink of erg beseer word, is dit te laat. Of erger, as jy sterf! Wat van jou gesin? Wat van die trauma en ongerief wat jy die voertuig-eienaar besorg? Besef jy dat jy dalk een van vele is wat die lewe van jou mede-fietsryers bemoeilik, deurdat motoriste respek en geduld met julle verloor? Onskuldige ryers word daardeur benadeel. Ek is bevrees daar wag ’n ongeluk om te gebeur. Lekker trap, en as jy ’n papwiel het, vra gerus. Ek sal jou help indien moontlik. Moet egter nie jou en die lewe en eiendom van ander padgebruikers deur jou optrede in gevaar stel nie. JOHAN KRUGER Bellville

Welgedaan vir dié flukse karwag Daar is ’n karwag wat oorkant Essential Health-apteek in Van Riebeeckweg, Kuilsrivier werk. Ek werk in die kantore bo in die gebou en ek het die volgende deur die kantoorvenster gesien: Elke oggend om 8:00 kom hy “aan diens” en begin dan die sypaadjies vee met ’n stuk karton. Dan tel hy al die papiere en rommel op en gooi dit in die drommetjie wat op die sypaadjie staan. ’n Halfuur later is sy “kantoor” silwerskoon met geen papiertjie in sig nie – gereed vir sy dag se werk. Ek voel hierdie karwag verdien bietjie erkening. Dalk steek hy die ander karwagte aan om dieselfde te doen. Kuilsrivier se strate is gedurig vuil en vol rommel. Min mense sal van ’n karwag verwag om dit skoon te maak. Welgedaan vir die man! BIBI KEARNEY E­pos

TygerBurger waardeer lesers se menings, maar ten einde die onafhanklikheid van die koerant te handhaaf en in billikheid teenoor alle politieke partye en kandidate, sal tot die afhandeling van die verkiesing geen brief van ‘n politieke aard geplaas word wat op een of ander wyse politieke partye en hul kandidate se standpunt propageer nie.

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Finishing/Pressing Supervisor Peter Blond & Associates have a vacancy for a Finishing/Pressing Supervisor with a minimum of 5 years supervisory experience. Good working knowledge of pressing standards on tailored garments (jackets , pants and skirts ) is a requirement, as well as the ability to instruct and set pressing standards, and to motivate operators to achieve quality and production standards. Please apply at the factory, 12th Street, Elsies River or contact Valencia on 021 933 5320

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EERSTE RIVER / BLUE DOWNS SILWOOD HEIGHTS -Beautiful 3 bedr. home with moden fitted kitchen, with b.ic., b.i.c in main bedr., tiled, shower, etc. Bonus: Big wendy house with bathr. R560 000 STRADFORD - Walk to High School & New Apostolic Church! Lovely & secure 3 beds. on massive plot, new laminated flooring! Bonus: Double enclosed carport/braai area. Only R520 000!! MALIBU VILLAGE - Plots for sale. R170 000 BELLADONNA - Brand New houses available!!! SELLERS I URGENLTY NEED MORE HOUSES TO SELL FOR QUALIFIED BUYERS IN ALL AREAS.

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Wagner Cres, Large Semi-detached 2 bedroom house with lounge/Dining Kitchen and bathroom


2 bedroom dwelling lounge Kitchen and family bathroom Situated on a large enclosed plot SELLERS !! SELLERS !! IN THE BELLVILLE SOUTH AND BELHAR AREAS I AM OUT OF STOCK. DESPERATELY IN NEED OF HOUSES FOR MY APPROVED CLIENTS

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2 Bedroom Home Behind Airport Shopping Centre, Beautiful Self Title Home in Walled Estate, Two Parking Bays per Home



ELSIES RIVER - R615 000 Large 3 bedr. house,, diningr., lounge, fire place, fully enclosed, braai area and ample parking. FAIRDALE - R 299 000 2 Bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom WESBANK - R100 000 1 bedroom house. EASTRIDGE / MITCHELL'S PLAIN - R80 000 Plot situated in Eastridge - 200 m2 KHAYALITSHA - R 380 000 3 Bedrooms, large plot, semi fitted kitchen, bathroom, fully enclosed. THE HAGUE / DELFT - R 330 000 3 Bedrooms, lounge, bathroom, kitchen, store room, fully enclosed THE HAGUE / DELFT - R 260 000 Neat 2 bedroom house, lounge, kitchen, new bathroom, large plot


Elsies River – R699 000 neg. (ABDS-0318) This is a double plot that has been serviced. Storage facility bachelor flat on the grounds. Has great potential!!!. Plot size approximately 1020 square meters. Great opportunity for INVESTORS. Sidneyvale, Bishop Lavis – R699 000 (ABDS-0285) 4 bedrooms. 1 bedroom with Bic. Tiled lounge & dining room. Kitchen fitted with bic,oven,stove & extractor fan. Full bathroom. Separate toilet. Single drive through garage. Secured with security gates. Kuils River, Stellendale – R620 000 (ABDS-0288) 3 bedrooms with Bic & laminated floors. Tiled lounge and dining room. Kitchen fitted with built-in cupboards. Tiled bathroom. Contact ZARA – 0825812400 – 0219319265 (office hours 9am to 5pm) Use References to view Pictures at


(opp. Firestation) 3 beds., lounge, large plot. RAVENSMEAD (Choice of 2) 3 beds., 2 g.flats, 2 baths,, L/D, good investment. R589 000 neg. BONTEHEUWEL - Opp. Station 1 bedr., plus new wendy house, senclosed. R250 000 SYRINGA - 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, carport very large plot, central. R349 000 DELFT VOORBRUG - 2 beds., large plot. R249 000 DELFT SOUTH - 3 beds., garage, needs TLC. R199 000


BRENTWOOD PARK - R420 000 3Beds, 2Baths, Fully Enclosed.


3Beds, Fitted Kitchen, Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room on 600sqm Plot CALL OR WHATSAPP CAROL ON 0219090461/0836482648 FOREST GLADE - R420 000 3Beds, Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room & Garage RUSSELLS REST - R800 000 Double Storey – 5 Beds, 2 Baths, modern Fitted Kitchen, Laundry & Garage on 721m2 Plot CALL OR WHATSAPP HELGA ON 0219090461/0849733101 SELLERS, SELLERS, SELLERS CALL US FOR PROPERTY ADVICE BLUE DOWNS & EERSTE RIVER AREAS


FOUNTAIN VILLAGE - R250 000: 2 beds, lounge, kitchen, bathr., secure parking. BELLVILLE (FLAT) - R435 000: Spac. 2 bedr. flat on first floor with garage situated near Sanlam. WESBANK - R115 000: 1 bedr., fully enclosed. DELFT / THE HAGUE - R 230 000 2 Bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom SELF-HELP / BELHAR - R499 000: Large 3 beds., en-suite bathroom, lounge, diningr., fully fitted kitchen, undercover parking for 7 cars. KLEINVLEI - R285 000: Large 3 beds., lounge, kitchen, toilet, fully secured. RAVENSMEAD - R650 000: 3 bedr. house, kitchen, lounge, en-suite, undercover parking + 1 bedr. granny flat. BONTEHEUWEL - R269 000: 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, massive yard, fully ecnlsoed. BONTEHEUWEL - R249 000: 2 beds., kitchen, lounge, massive yard, fully enclosed. Needs TLC. BELHAR (Adam Tas Street) - R330 000 2 Bedrooms, lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Opposite mosque. Gary 076 696 2403 Melissa 072 057 5753 Thando 076 528 0495 Beauten 073 438 5235 Alain 078 133 6933



JACQUES 083 686 2117 ( SMS or WHATSAPP)



If you are serious about selling, call us for a free E-Valuation and consultation. OFFICE: 021 903 8055 GARY: 076 696 2403 MELISSA: 072 057 5753










DUANE 073 159 3432 or STEPHANIE 072 977 9972 or OFFICE 021 951 2290.


BLUE DOWNS / HINDLE PARK - R 598 000 3 Bedroom home & spacious lounge, big kitchen, modern bathroom, plus Granny flat 1 bedroom, bathroom, kitchen / lounge. SUMMERVILLE - R 598 000 2 Bedrooms, fully fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, garage façade. HIGHBURY PARK - R 520 000 Two bedrooms, fitted kitchen, bathroom, lounge, garage, outdoor enclosed braai, on spacious plot. EERSTE RIVER / STRATFORD GREEN R 520 000 - 3 Bedroom family home, lounge, fitted kitchen, bathroom, garage, carport, on enclosed corner plot.

Wesbank -R85 000 1 bedr., large plot. Wesbank - R179 000 3 beds, lounge, renovated. HELP!! HOUSES WANTED Sellers!! We have qualified buyers. For FREE valuations and advice phone or sms us now.

NADINE VAN WYK 082 862 9925

Ronnie 021 952 0394 / 073 274 6668

RE/MAX Property Associates Glengarry (021) 981 7272




GARY 076 696 2403 MELISSA: 072 057 5753 THANDO 076 528 0495 BEAUTEN 073 438 5235 ALAIN 078 133 6933

Charlton Williams 076 644 6697 Office 021 696 4114

BELHAR / DE MIST - R340 000

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if you’re interested please contact: Charlton Williams 076 644 6697 Email, Office 021 696 4114

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Criteria for schools wanting to register with WCED MICHELLE LINNERT @linnertmb

The Western Cape Education Department is very clear about the requirements for centres offering Early Childhood Development (ECD) training. “If a crèche offers Grade R they are regarded as ECD Independent centres and must apply to register with WCED,” Bronagh Casey, spokeswoman for the Western Cape Education Department, told TygerBurger. She said the following guidelines are used as criteria when applications (from commu-

nity based institutions) are evaluated for registration: VThe school must meet the minimum standards for registration; V Be registered with the provincial Department of Social Development; V Have appropriate premises and equipment – buildings should meet the prescribed requirements set out in the guidelines for Early Childhood Development Service (2006); V Have qualified teachers / practitioners – the principal is a professionally qualified educator or have at least ECD NQF Level 5

ECD Centre opens in Leonsdale

with five years management experience and the Grade R practitioners should at least have an ECD NQF Level 5; V The National Curriculum Statement (CAPS) for Foundation Phase should be used for the Grade R learners; V Have appropriate administrative systems and procedures; V Have learner support systems in place. V No pre-primary school should be established within a radius of 5km of another registered independent pre-primary school. V This condition may be waived, based on the availability of accommodation and the

need for provision. The following documents should accompany the application form for registration: A constitution; an admission policy; acurriculum; the lease contract/proof of ownership of buildings (site and floor plan showing learning/ablution and recreational facilities); the qualifications of educators or practitioners; a health certificate issued by the provincial Department of Health; proof of registration with the Department of Social Development (DSD); the language of teaching or first language; financial statements and their governance structure.

PJ comes back from dark side LOUISA STEYL @lounotes


Early learning in Leonsdale is leaping ahead with the opening of the new Early Childhood Development (ECD) centre last week. The City of Cape Town’s Mayoral Committee Member for Social Development and Early Childhood Development, Suzette Little, centre, is seen here with principal Elizabeth Benjamin and subcouncil 4 chairperson Clive Justus to cut the ribbon to mark the official opening. Built at a cost of an estimated R4,5 million, the centre is the first of six ECD “Centres of Excellence” that the city is building, based on a report by the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research on the areas of greatest need in Cape Town. The facility will be used by the Avonwood Educare centre and can accommodate 80 children. PHOTOS: GARY VAN DYK

Principal Elizabeth Benjamin, front, and her staff keep a close watch on some of their charges enjoying the swings at the new ECD Centre.

outh African icon, PJ Powers, is showing fans another side in her new production, Firefly, currently on at the Roxy Review Bar. “In order to see your firefly, there has to be darkness,” PJ says, explaining the name of the production. “I’m a recovering alcoholic,” she goes on, explaining that the alcoholism took her to rock bottom. “It was in that blackness that I saw my firefly.” Her addiction is one of the very personal parts of her journey that PJ explores in her intimate new show. “Cape Town is an area that I haven’t exposed myself to for a couple of years and the Roxy Theatre is a fabulous theatre,” PJ says of her decision to stage the show in Cape Town. “Also I am very nervous of smaller audiences,” she says, adding: “A sea of 10 000 people is much more comfortable for me. “

Expose “I just decided if I was going to expose myself in this way that I am, because people find things out about me, that they don’t know, that they haven’t ever read before, that I wanted to do it in a more comfortable environment than Johannesburg,” PJ explains, adding that Johannesburg tends to be a harsh place sometimes. While busy with the production, PJ is also in the process of writing a book with Marianne Tham as a ghost-writer, which is another reason why she is in Cape Town. She had been flying to and fro between Johannesburg and Cape Town so far, but PJ says: “The truth is the writing has to be done by the end of March.” On her days off, PJ is spending time with Marianne working on the book, which is the story of her life. “But it’s not just the story of my life,” PJ says, adding: “It’s a story about South Africa, it’s about this young white apolitical, middle-class human being who suddenly was embraced by the whole of Africa.” “There are many parallels about South Africa and the country that we live in and my life,” she goes on. PJ also discovered a comedian in herself along the way. “I wanted to be able to tell some of the stories that I have,” she says, adding that there are some things that have happened in her life that are “extremely funny”. Addiction In her fifth year of sobriety, PJ says she

PJ Powers on stage in her new show, Firefly. PHOTO: STEVEN BOOTH

has watched how the “disease of addiction has pulled many families apart and is busy pulling our country to pieces”. This is what made her want to tell her story. Her relationship with the late Nelson Mandela, which she has never spoken about before, is one of the highs that PJ looks at in Firely. “I was very lucky to have a close relationship with him and he was a constant guide,” she says, adding that he even wrote to her from prison. The lows she talks about is where her career “hit the skids”. “I lost my house, lost my car, lost every material possession I had and had to start again,” she says. “Most of it is done with quite self deprecating humour,” PJ says of her show, adding: “I don’t mind laughing at myself.” Last year, PJ released a new album, called Destiny. “I do believe that we create our own destinies,” she says of the name, adding: “I think that our thoughts become our destinies.” “Those songs came from pain and hurt and happiness,” PJ says of her new album adding that from a lyrical point of view each song is “like a little book”. “Lyrics are very important to me,” she says, adding: “Each song has a whole story.” Firefly includes PJ’s well-loved hits along with some of the songs off her new album. The show runs at GrandWest’s Roxy Review Bar Wednesdays to Sundays until 29 March. V Tickets for the show cost R90 and are available at Computicket. V PJ’s new book will be published by Penguin and is set to be released in August. V For more information about PJ Powers, visit her website at

WIN! WIN! WIN! V Five readers can each win double tickets to watch PJ Powers’ show, Firefly, on 20 March. Visit to enter this competi­ tion.

Kenner praat in Bellville oor berugte muilbandwet Een van Suid-Afrika se voorste media-, spraakvryheid- en regskenners, prof. Kobus van Rooyen SC, praat op 25 Februarie by ’n sakeontbyt in Bellville oor “Die muilbandwet: Verbrand ons alweer boeke? Is ons nog vry?” Hy sal verduidelik hoe die Wetsontwerp op die Beskerming van Staatsinligting (oftewel die muilbandwet) vryheid van

spraak en toegang tot inligting raak. Hy sal ook vrae beantwoord soos wie en wat gaan jy glo as nuusdekking ingekort word; hoe raak die beoogde wet jou, jou onderneming, beroep en persoonlike lewe; en wat moet jy weet en doen? Met 20 jaar se ervaring as voorsitter van die Uitsaaiklagtekommissie en voorheen voorsitter van die Appèlraad op Publika-

sies én die Persraad, is hy ’n deskundige oor nuusdekking, redaksionele beheer en onafhanklikheid, sowel as internasionale spraakvryheid en sensuur. Hy sal verduidelik wie klassifiseer inligting as geheim, volgens watter maatstawwe gebeur dit, wanneer kan die publiek toegang tot inligting kry en wat gebeur as inligting sonder toestemming gepubliseer word.

“Vryheid van uitdrukking en debat is nie net die hartklop van ’n demokrasie nie, maar ook die lewensaar van vrede en groei,” sê Van Rooyen. Die sakeontbyt is op 25 Februarie van 07:30 tot 10:00 by die Universiteit Stellenbosch se bestuurskool in Bellpark, Carl Cronjé-rylaan in Bellville. Die koste van R285 sluit ontbyt in. V Bespreek by Heila van Wyk by 082 670 2968.


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urbanville se senior krieketspan het Saterdag nog ’n skitterende oorwinning beklink in die topafdeling van die WP se eerste liga, maar Bellville en die Universiteit van Wes-Kaapland kon nie uit die groef klouter waarin hulle die vorige naweek beland het nie. Dit was met behulp van ’n knap spanpoging dat Durbanville uiteindelik net 39 lopies vir ’n tienpaaltjie-sege oor Montrose (196) benodig het. In Plumstead het Bellville (209) probeer walgooi, maar Kaapstad-klub moes uiteindelik net 64 lopies vir ’n oorwinning met 8 paaltjies aanteken. William Hantam (41) en Louis Delport (38) het die beste met die kolf gevaar vir die Bellvilliete. UWK, wat die vernedering

moes smaak om met ’n eerstebeurt-agterstand van 106 lopies te moes opvolg teen United, kon in die tweede beurt net 149 lopies bymekaar skraap. Die gevolg was ’n sege met 10 paaltjies vir United. Maar Edgemead het Claremont (176) met 6 paaltjies verslaan nadat Jonathan Schwerin (4/25) en sy medeboulers gesorg het dat net 129 lopies benodig was vir ’n oorwinning. Christiaan Mocke (48*) en Jackie Strauss (41) was mooi op stryk met die kolf. Die Tygerberg-klub se Luwaaz September (5/23) het gehelp om Ottomans vir net 59 lopies uit te boender om die Parowiete met 141 lopies te laat seëvier. Vroeër het Brindley Gilbert (58) en Shaun Agulhas (46) die aanvoorwerk gedoen vir Tygerberg (192/8 gesl.) se groot oorwinning. Milnerton (132) het met 45 lopies verloor teen die Yorkshire-klub.

REquiREMENTS: MiNiMuM EDuCATiONAL quALiFiCATiONS: GRADE 1: Senior Certificate with Mathematics at Grade 12 level or Senior Certificate with Mathematics at Grade 10 level (Certified proof of Senior Certificate and certified proof of Grade 10 Mathematics as a passed subject must be provided) or current registration with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) as a Pharmacist’s Assistant (Learner Basic) (Warehousing/ Wholesale). GRADE 2: Basic Pharmacist Assistant qualification that allows registration with the SAPC as a Pharmacist Assistant (Basic) (Warehousing/Wholesale). REGiSTRATiON wiTH A PROFESSiONAL COuNCiL: GRADE 1: Persons who fulfil the necessary minimum educational qualifications, but who are not yet registered with the South African Pharmacy Council (SAPC) may also apply. The registration with SAPC will be linked to the candidate’s probation period. GRADE 2: Registration with the SAPC as Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic) (Warehousing/Wholesale). ExPERiENCE: GRADE 1: None. GRADE 2: None after registration with the SAPC as Pharmacist’s Assistant (Basic) (Warehousing/Wholesale). iNHERENT REquiREMENT OF THE jOb: Physical ability to be able to pick up and move heavy boxes. COMPETENCiES (kNOwLEDGE/SkiLLS): Knowledge of drug supply management principles. • Good knowledge of storage and wholesale practices and procedures. • Good numeric skills. • Proficiency in at least two of the three official languages of the Western Cape. • Meticulous and attention to detail. DuTiES (kEy RESuLT AREAS/OuTPuTS): Assist with effective booking in of received pharmaceutical products from suppliers. • Assist with effective control of pharmaceutical stock. • Issue stock against issue voucher. • Assist with efficient and secure packaging of pharmaceutical products for delivery. • Assist with effective control and distribution of finished pharmaceutical orders to demanders. • Compliance with Good Pharmacy Practice and Good Warehouse Practice. NOTE: Candidates registered in categories other than “Wholesale Pharmacy” may also apply, on condition that registration in the category “Wholesale Pharmacy” is obtained within 12 months. Appointments will be done on probation until the registration certified in the required category is obtained. Failure to comply will lead to the termination of services in the cases of those appointed from outside the public service. In the case of serving employees, the employee will return to his/her previous post. NOTE: Candidates may be required to do a practical test. ENquiRiES: Ms D Samuels, tel. no. (021) 483-2384/2385 PLEASE SubMiT yOuR APPLiCATiON FOR THE ATTENTiON OF MS C vERSFELD TO THE DiRECTOR: HuMAN RESOuRCE MANAGEMENT, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, PO bOx 2060, CAPE TOwN, 8000. iNSTRuCTiONS TO APPLiCANTS: Z83 forms (obtainable from any Government department or www.westerncape. must: Be completed in full, clearly reflect the name of the position, name and date of the publication (candidates may use this as reference), be signed, accompanied by a comprehensive CV, the names of 3 referees and certified copies of ID, driver’s licence and qualification/s. A separate application form must be completed for each post. Applications without the aforementioned will not be considered. Applications must be forwarded to the address as indicated on the advertisement. No late, faxed or e-mailed applications will be accepted. CV’s will not be returned. Excess personnel will receive preference. Applications, which are received after the closing date, will not be considered. Further communication will be limited to short-listed candidates. If you have not received a response from the Department within 3 months of the closing date, please consider your application as unsuccessful. It will be expected of candidates to be available for selection interviews on a date, time and place as determined by the Department. As directed by the Department of Public Service & Administration, applicants must note that further checks will be conducted once they are short-listed and that their appointment is subject to positive outcomes on these checks, which include security clearance, qualification verification, criminal records, credit records and previous employment.

The Department of Health is guided by the principles of Employment Equity. Disabled candidates are encouraged to apply and an indication in this regard will be appreciated.

Closing date: 14 March 2014 TBWA\H401020/E

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