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’n Toneel uit Die Leo’s met Sandra Prinsloo en Tobie Cronjé.

Topstuk op planke by eie topteater

This will all be changing if The Fountain Square project gets off the ground in Ra­ vensmead. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK


Total revamp plan GARY VAN DYK


ome major refurbishing is in line for a Ravensmead shopping centre with a development that will enhance the ar-

ea. At the centre of these proposals is the Fountain Christian Community Church that wants to transform the centre on the corner of Northway and De la Rey roads into an attractive new business hub with cultural and educational facilities.

Church The transformation of this area into The Fountain Square is the brainchild of Pastor Martin Heuvel, senior pastor of the church, who said that the initial phase of the proposals involved the church building but the hope was for the refurbishment of the complete shopping experience for the community. “The need for the redevelopment of the existing church building stems from 25 years of community involvement by the church,” he said.

“Over the years this building has been used by schools and other organisations for various cultural activities that include parent meetings and award ceremonies.

Growth “Unfortunately the building has become inadequate for the growth of further projects and community programmes, and that is where the idea for this development was born.” Heuvel added that as the ideas for the centre were formulated they realised that they wanted to make a change to the entire precinct. “When we spoke to the city planners they felt that such a project was in line with city’s World Design Capital project and supported looking at plans to transform the whole area. “There have been no improvements here for so many years and I think that the time has come for a change for the good in the area. This area must become an attraction for people from outside the area because it is on one of the main routes to the airport. “This development will also include a ma-

jor cultural and heritage component because there are so many untapped talents in our communities that need to be showcased.” The first part of the proposed redevelopment involves turning the church building into a multi-purpose building with special focus on a state-of-the-art theatre. “We want this development to include a movie house, an art gallery and heritage centre as well as facilities for conferences, skills training and adult education projects,” continued Heuvel.

Tourism “There will also be a modern restaurant concentrating on local flavours with a local indigenous garden and even a tourist bureau that will offer alternative tourist routes. “We have had some initial meetings with businesses and other organisations in the area with lots of interest already shown. Now we want to open up these ideas to the general community.” V Heuvel can be contacted on 083 730 8393.

Alles kos deesdae te veel – om van luukshede soos vermaak nie eens te praat nie. Vir die eerste keer in ’n lang tyd gaan mense van die noordelike voorstede bederf word met ’n topklas-produksie in ’n topklasteater – reg onder hul neuse! Die Leo’s, ’n toneelstuk oor ’n disfunksionele gesin, open 9 Mei in die teater van die Bellville-burgersentrum. Sandra Prinsloo en Tobie Cronje speel die ouerpaar wat mekaar in dié stuk verskeur. Die laaste aand van dié toneelstuk – die enigste een wat by die KKNK uitverkoop het – is op 17 Mei. Die Leo-gesin is aaklige mense. Vandat pa Ben op sy sterfbed lê, bring hy 40 jaar se frustrasie tot uiting. En ma Rita kan ’n mens al glimlaggend sleg sê dat die see jou nie kan afwas nie. Die dogter Lisa (Erica Wessels) se drinkery en die feit dat boeta Koert (Jacques Theron) gay is, help nie juis om die Leo’s te stabiliseer nie. V Geen kinders onder 13 jaar nie. V Kaartjies is by Computicket beskikbaar. Op 11 Mei is die konsert ten bate van die Alta du Toit­sentrum in Bellville. Kaartjies vir dié op­ trede kan net by 021 913 2106 bespreek word.

WEN! WEN! WEN! V Vyf gelukkige lesers kan elk ’n dubbelkaartjie na die openingsvertoning op 9 Mei wen. SMS die woord “Leo” gevolg deur jou kontakbeson­ derhede na 45527 voor 12:00 op Maandag 6 Mei. SMS’e kos R1,50.




‘It’s all about sustainability’

Sunray Primary in Delft is growing to “greeness” after an Earth Day project at the school. Townhouse Hotel and Conference Centre once again joined forces with The Sunray’s In Flowers project, brainchild of Grade 4 educator Jason Hanslo, which aims to transform the extreme poverty of the area. On Monday 22 April, the Trees4Schools team planted beds of vegetables at the school, joining more than one billion people across 192 countries in celebrating Earth Day. In true Earth Day spirit, their mission was to cultivate all that is good by harnessing the power of nature and soaking up some good old fashioned family values while creating greener, leafier and healthier environments for children in the area. The ultimate goal is to inspire children to celebrate nature by informing, inspiring, instilling and learning about the environment and then taking positive action. Led by the hotel’s Michelin-trained executive chef Stefan Schmidt from fittingly named Trees Restaurant, the team joined forces with students and educators to dirty their hands as they planted 800 seedlings in a veggie planting ceremony.

Speaking about the experience, Schmidt said that their team in partnership with Trees4Schools, has a vision to get kids excited about the environment. “By nurturing budding horticulturists and instilling a sense of ownership and pride in the students we want to motivate and empower them,” he said. “Through the veggie planting session we are teaching the children to grow their own food, so that the welfare and upkeep of the trees and veggies will be passed on from generation to generation for continued sustainability and environmental awareness.” The Sunray’s in Flowers project has already started an indigenous garden at the front of the school and now plans to plant a permaculture garden that its founder hopes will not only enrich the area’s poor soil, but also the minds and ultimately futures of tomorrow’s gardeners. The hotel will donate R1 on behalf of each delegate to its conference centre to Trees4Schools, and encourage their guests to match or better this donation. V For more information about Trees4Schools, please visit

Some learners at Uitsig Primary get some blankets from Moulanah Moegamat Hassiem while principal, Hermanus Mouwers, lends a helping hand.

Help the poor beat the chill


Chef Stefan Schmidt from Townhouse Hotel and Conference Centre assists the learners and educators to plant veggie gardens in celebration of Earth Day.

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It’s all about compassion as The South African National Zakáh Fund (SANZAF) launched it winter warmth project in Uitsig last week. The organisation’s signature seasonal project, Operation Winter Warmth launched nationally at all its offices in South Africa, but the excitement was running high at Uitsig Primary who will benefit from it. A large majority of children and the aged live in abject poverty in South Africa, hence, their campaign is targeted at underprivileged children, the aged and the homeless in need across the country. In the Western Cape the focus is specifically on deserving school children in the various communities. “Our objective is to provide these deserving school children with a woolly beanie, scarf and gloves to protect them from the cold,” says Moulanah Moegamat Hassiem, Western Cape chairman of the organisation. “The aged in our community are also particularly vulnerable to the cold weather. Chances are we all know an aged person who fits the above description. Thousands of our aged in countless informal settlements and in old age institutions will be afflicted by the severe cold winter weather. They have little or nothing to keep them warm.” In Gauteng the focus will be on the aged and destitute families who will be provided with a range of winter clothing items so that they could select the relevant items that they need, adopting the Islamic principle of equality, equity and dignity. Beneficiaries will identify what they need from a variety of items. Similarly offices in KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern Cape will provide blankets, comforters, and winter jackets to communities in need. “Collaboration with like-minded people and our contributors enables us to ex-

pand our reach and fulfil our mission, providing quality new winter items for children and communities in need,” added Sajid Dawray, national chairperson of SANZAF. “We work with individuals, corporate donors, community and faith-based service organisations looking to give back through cause marketing programmes. We also work with manufacturers and transportation partners who provide in-kind support that help us work so efficiently. “The project also responds to local communities with a powerful, national advantage as it addresses the immediate and critical needs for appropriate clothing during the cold winter months. “Operation Warm Warmth can be leveraged to go beyond warmth, to strengthen relationships between our partners and their communities and to facilitate positive outcomes that help break the cycle of poverty,” he said Through this work, Operation Winter Warmth advocates for awareness of the impact of poverty on families and communities, and demonstrates how even one person can make a positive difference in the life of a person in need.

These youngsters get in line for their beanies and gloves to keep them warm this winter.

Interested in stamps? Bellville Philatelic Society will meet on Wednesday 8 May at the Bellville Library Auditorium at 19:00. Members of the Stellenbosch Philatelic Society are the visitors for the evening. Chairperson Leon Smith has been specifically requested to share his excellent SA building series exhibition. Our main purpose is to promote the hobby of stamp collecting... Anyone interested in philately (stamp collecting) is welcome. The library is situated in Carl van Aswegen Street.



Justice seen to be done for slain off­duty officer

Hospital Wellness Day motivates GARY VAN DYK Bishop Lavis Day Hospital wants all to be well with their staff. For this reason they recently hosted a special Wellness Day for their staff with the aim of motivation and to set an example to the community that they serve. Part of the exercise was to show the community that as staff they also regularly underwent various health tests, taking responsibility for their own well-being. The team that was responsible for making the day a success was students from the Uni-

versity of Stellenbosch’s departments of occupational therapy, physiotherapy and nutritional sciences, the Bishop Lavis Rehabilitation Centre and PSH (Partners in Sexual Health). Activities for the day included fitness, testing of Body Mass Index, blood pressure and sugar, as well as HIV testing. Woolworths from Willowbridge and Panorama Farming also provided some nutritional treats for the day. This day was also just a taste of what the facility plans for its annual Health Festival and Big Walk which will be held on 18 October this year.

Lavis police hard on the beat Police in the Bishop Lavis cluster have been busy on their beats this past year. They have been making sure that they leave no stone unturned when doing crime prevention, in the fight against gangsterism and to protect the community against the evil elements in the society. During the past financial year the Cluster Crime Prevention Unit that comprises Elsies River, Bishop Lavis and Langa, did excellent work as a team – they have 15 members and one officer. Through stop and searches, search warrants, warrants of arrest, vehicle patrols, closure of shebeens, closure of spaza shops, foot patrols, roadblocks, complaints, and information received, in total they arrested 634 people for possession of drugs, attempted murder, possession of illegal firearms and ammunition, murder, dealing in drugs and other related offences. They also seized counterfeit cigarettes, 374 595 litres of liquor, 362 counterfeit CDs, 3 260 dagga stoppe including parcels, dagga cigarettes as well as 78 478 kg of loose dagga. Quantities of tik, mandrax and other drugs such as cocaine and khat were also confiscated. They also seized 46 illegal firearms, 938 live rounds of ammunition, 19 firearm magazines and recovered 19 cellphones. During the past week alone they arrested eight people in possession of dagga, three persons in possession of mandrax, 10 per-

sons including a 46-year-old woman in possession of tik and five people in possession of dangerous weapons. On Thursday 25 April the police received information about five men sitting in a vehicle near a petrol garage in Bonteheuwel. They were walking towards the ATM machines and back to their vehicle, when they noticed the police. They got out of the vehicle and ran in different directions, the police manage to arrest all five suspects and confiscated a unlicensed firearm and ammunition. Police have also experienced high volumes of robberies where the public were robbed of their cellphones due to the fact that they walk and talk on their phones and are not aware of their surroundings. The police also ask the public who are interested to do their bit for the community and have the skills to work with people, to join their group of trauma counsellors at the station. V The Bishop Lavis police station moved into their new building, next to the old building, but there are still renovations taking place at the new and old building and therefore the management of Bishop Lavis police apologise for any inconvenience. The management ask that the public must make use of the entrance to the police station from Myrtle Road. Telephone numbers for the police station are: 021 935 9801/2/3/5. Members of the community inter­ ested in voluntary work can contact Capt Marie Louw on 082 302 8437.

“Shortly after they reached Delft (on foot) the accused, brandishing firearms robbed three residents, who were chatting in the road, of four cellphones. “They fled and fired two shots at residents who chased after them. They crossed over Hindle Road and minutes later shots were fired and a car was seen driving off.” Judge Gangen added that the cellphone robbery victims ran across the road and saw Latile and his two passengers standing outside his vehicle. She told the court that the detective, who died on the scene, had been shot in the face, while his two friends were shot and wounded in their stomachs and chests. The car was found abandoned in Brown’s Farm, Philippi at 03:15 on 31 March 2011. Judge Gangen said that the manner in which the deceased was shot at close range and the way the passengers were shot even after they emerged from the vehicle, must be considered as aggravating factors. Det/Capt Anna Cillier, investigator at Delft SAPS commended the efforts of the State Prosecutor to get justice for their fallen comrade.

Det/Const Anele Latile, who was killed by gunmen in 2011.

Opportunity for emerging theatre directors The Theatre Arts Admin Collective invites applications for the 2013 Theatre Arts Admin Collective’s Emerging Theatre Director’s Bursary. This year, two bursaries are on offer, supported in partnership with the Baxter Theatre Centre and Distell. The Bursary offers an emerging theatre director a mentor, a small budget, a month’s rehearsal space and a week of performance at the Theatre Arts Admin Collective. V If you are an emerging director and would like to grab this opportunity please submit: a 1­page creative proposal; your CV including 2 references with contact details; an indication of your preferred date (15 July to 17 August or 28 October to 30 November) to artsad­ by Friday 10 May. The bursary winners will be announced on Friday 24 May.

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Staff from the day hospital enjoy some fitness activities at the Wellness Day.

The police were in court recently to support justice for a fallen comrade. The Western Cape High Court sentenced four men to a total of 260 years’ imprisonment for the murder of an off-duty police officer Det/Const Anele Latile and other charges linked to the brutal slaying. Latile, who was based at Elsies River SAPS at the time, was killed in March of 2011. This collective sentence, imposed by Acting Judge Nalini Gangen, also related to two attempted murders of the policeman’s friends. On Wednesday 17 April Xolela Leon Mdini (26), Akhona Sikani (25), Siyabulela Ntsume (50), and Wandile Mthindini (27), were each sentenced to 65 years’ imprisonment. A fifth accused, Sicelo Mbili, who drove the hijacked vehicle, was acquitted. However, because several of the sentences will run concurrently, each of the accused received life and 32 years’ imprisonment. But, their sentences translate into an effective 25 years behind bars before they become eligible for parole. The accused were also convicted on 8 April of two counts of aggravated robbery (cellphones), one count of aggravated robbery (vehicle hijacking), murder, two counts of attempted murder, one count of being in possession of unlicensed firearms and another count of possession of ammunition. Latile (30), was gunned down in Orange Street, Thubelitsha, Delft at 21:30 on 30 March 2011. The court found that the detective and two of his friends had stopped, in his red Nissan Sentra, in front of his girlfriend’s house where they were waiting for her. It was then that they came under gunfire. In a packed courtroom Judge Gangen said: “The accused, after drinking on the day (of the crimes) ran out of money and alcohol late that evening and decided to go to Delft to obtain money from friends.





Drill cadets keen to showcase their boogie The Bishop Lavis Drill Cadets will be giving you more than their marching styles this Saturday. You will be able to check out the boogie and beat when they host a fundraising musical concert in the hall of Bishop Lavis Secondary School from 16:00. The main reason for the show is to show

the parents and mostly the community that apart from just drilling and going through their training programme that these children can have lots of fun as well. Tickets are available at the door – R20 for adults and R10 for children under 12. V Further information and booking from Joy Crow on 082 634 8552.

Deputy principal Peter Conradie and communica­ tions director Lindsay Langen­ hoven, seated, have some fun with learners before a reading session with facilitators Jonelle du Toit, standing left, and Leila Walters. PHOTO:

Dinner with Kobus Wiese The Paarl School Development Foundation is hosting a wine auction to raise funds for the school on 15 May at 18:00 at Eensgezind in Durbanville, with Kobus Wiese as host.

Cost is R3 000 a table that seats 10 people. It includes dinner and wine at the table. V Dial 021 981 3756 or 082 457 7058 for more informa­ tion.


Turning reading time to fun GARY VAN DYK There was lots of excitement at Greenlands Primary School in Bishop Lavis to celebrate World Book Day last week. After months of preparation, Living Through Learning (LTL), a non-governmental organisation providing educational programmes to disadvantaged schools in Cape Town, opened its eighth Coronation Reading Adventure Room (RAR) in the Western Cape at the school. The opening was held in celebration of World Book Day, and hallways buzzed with excitement as learners lined up to get a glimpse of their new room. RAR is a long-term project, which aims at improving literacy levels among primary school learners. Currently there are nine schools that participate in the programme, which reaches over 1 000 Grade 1 learners across Cape Town. The special reading room is designed and implemented by LTL which provides the games, books, manuals and other resources for each room. This approach enables young children to learn how to read and write step-by-step and in a manner that is also enjoyable to them. Facilitator Jonelle du Toit said she was excited about the launch of the room. “We have been working at the school for a while and did not have our own room. Having a room dedicated to reading will help us tremendously and the children are very excited about this addition.

“We are able to teach and engage with the children easier because they are in a relaxed, comfortable and interactive environment,” she said. Deputy principal, Peter Conradie, said the school appreciated the efforts of Living Through Learning. “We are happy with the learners’ progress and the facilitators have helped to motivate them,” he said. The reading room provides the learners with an opportunity to interact with words, sounds and books. “Like most schools we are struggling financially and would not have been able to do this by ourselves. We are excited and grateful for this.” LTL communications director Lindsay Langenhoven explained that the classrooms are transformed into a fantasy haven for learners in which they can read, write and have fun. “The RAR project is comprehensive and aligned with the Western Cape Education Department’s (WCED) curriculum for Grade 1 learners. We train educators in our literacy methods, provide the material needed and our facilitators visit the classes on a weekly basis,” she said. The RAR programme is sponsored by Coronation Fund Managers. In 2012 learners from Hillside Primary School in Mitchells Plain who participated in the RAR project had a 100 % pass rate. “The schools we work with have a definite need. “They are hungry for any practical assistance they can get.”



Your chance to be in a play


GARY VAN DYK The stage is calling! If you have a yearning to take to the stage in a local production then your chance is coming up. Local playwright, Etienne Fritz, from Bishop Lavis is with Jaden Productions and he’s looking for local talent to audition for his play that will be produced in August. “The play is called Smiles and Trials,” he said. “I am especially interested in unemployed people for this play, because rehearsals will take place during weekdays. All persons cast in the play will receive a small payment for their skills rendered on the night of the event which will be in August.” Auditions will be starting from tomorrow (2 May), and then again on Tuesday 7 May at the Bishop Lavis Library from 11:00 to 13:00. All rehearsals will also take place at this venue thereafter. Fritz said that the play is a comedy/drama set in Ravensmead and deals with deception, hurt and forgiveness within a particular family. “I have some specific parts that people need to audition for which includes a lead character who is a 20 to 25-year-old woman who is very confident and well-groomed. “There’s also an older woman who is the mother figure and the father whose character is a colourful backyard mechanic. An-

Playwright Ettiene Fritz is looking for people to bring his characters to life. other colourful character is the brother who used to be a drug addict but now drives a taxi. “We also need someone to play his Rastafarian taxi guard. Another cheerful character is a 50 to 60-year-old aunt who is disabled,” he said. All attendees must be able to do comic as well as dramatic scenes, in Afrikaans and English. V For more information SMS or Whatsapp the char­ acter that you are interested in playing to 076 238 2000.

Back to school for a bit of sporting fun It’s back to school on Friday when Meltonian United Sports Club hosts an event in Clarke Estate. The soccer club hosts their Back2School disco at the Canterbury Sports Bar on Friday from 20:00 for an evening of fun as you dress up in your

best school uniform. There will be some prizes for the best dressed, and best behaviour in the “classroom”. V Tickets are R20 available at the door. Call Soraya Roberts on 084 978 4873, or Jane Phillip­ son on 084 472 7863 for further information.


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Taste of the good old days GARY VAN DYK

on the West Coast and people wanted to hear more from them. “I was blown away by the people’s response at this event,” he said. “When we got off that stage everybody wanted to know where we will be playing again, and many of them said that it reminded them of the music that happened at the old venue in Ottery. “That got me thinking that we could be playing two beats on the same chord,” he joked. An added bonus at this event is that there will also be an opportunity to meet and greet the world-famous Whispers who will be performing in the country at the end

Some grooves are happening on Friday that will be fit for a king! The Wittebome Civic Centre in Wynberg will come alive with some jazzy vibes when singer Vernon Castle hosts the Jazz Castle Reunion from 19:30. This gig will be a gathering of the cats that used to hang out at his venue in Ottery a few years ago, but it is also exciting because it features a band of legends on the local scene. Getting together with Vernon Castle will be getting the the singer at this gig will grooves together in Wittebome be Bjorn Peterson on on Friday. drums, Dylan Roman on PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK keyboards, Allou April on guitar, Sammy Webber on bass, and of the month. Ian Smith on trumpet, with some guest Calvin Peters “Uncle Cal” will be doing artists who will also be featured. the music between sets at this gig. Castle explained that this outfit recent- V Tickets for the gig are R75, available at the door ly appeared at the Jazz on the Rocks event or from 076 687 1160 or 082 707 6187.

‘Want ons Kan’ om die draai Dis amper tyd vir die TygerBurger se jaarlikse Want ons Kan/‘Cause we Can-konsert. Tyd vlieg vinnig en voor ons ons oë uitvee is Sondag 28 Julie op ons. Dít is nou wanneer 2013 se Want ons Kan in die Bellville-burgersentrum gehou sal word. Elke jaar kom van die land se grootste name by TygerBurger se Want ons Kan-verhoog bymekaar om geld in te samel vir liefdadigheidsorganisasies. Vanjaar is die Lucky Lucy Foundation, Parow se senior sentrum en die Tygerberghospitaalskool die drie begunstigdes. Die kunstenaars tree heeltemal gratis op en en elke sent van kaartjieverkope gaan aan die betrokke instansies. Tot nou is die verhoog gepak met groot Suid-Afrikaanse musiekname soos Sarah Theron en Louwtjie Rothman, Karen Zoid, Zanne Stapelberg, Kathleen Tagg, Jak de Priester, Lize Beekman, Die Broers, Emo, Mark Lottering, Wicus van der Merwe, Andriette Norman, Nico Nel, Albert Frost, Koos Kombuis, Dowwe Dolla en Cheree en Wynand. Van die kunstenaars wat vir die eerste keer by Want ons Kan gaan optree, is Amanda Strydom, Adam Tas, Babette Viljoen, Crushanda en Zoe Zana, albei van Idols-faam. Die glanspaartjie, Elana Afrika en Ian Bredenkamp, sal die seremoniemeesters vir die aand wees. Die konsert begin om

Jak de Priester is dié jaar terug op die Want ons Kan verhoog. 18:00 vir 18:30 en kaartjies kos R250. V Kaartjies kan direk van die organisasies gekoop word. Om jou kaartjie van die Lucky Lucy Foundation te koop, bel Kerry­Jean by 083 271 8114, Caryn Allen by 083 261 4295 of Marcia van Eck by 081 802 5114. Om die Parow se senior sentrum te ondersteun, kan kaartjies by Sandra en Hugo O’Connell by The House of Chocolates by 082 559 6063 gekoop word. Vir die Tygerberg­hospitaalskool, bespreek by Susan Potgie­ ter by 082 487 9458 of stuur ‘n epos na

City welcomes Golden Arrow ruling G

olden Arrow Bus Services’ application against MEC for Transport and Public Works, Robin Carlisle, and two companies operating existing interim MyCiTi services was recently dismissed with costs in the High Court. The City of Cape Town roundly welcomed the judgement in the case, since it threatened to halt the further expansion of MyCiTi services.

Vision “This is wonderful news for the people of Cape Town. It means that current negotiations for long-term contracts to operate existing MyCiTi routes, as well as those in the rest of Phase 1A and Phase 1B, can continue and those contracts can be concluded. Importantly, this ruling allows us to implement our vision of affordable and integrated public transport for all the residents of Cape

Town,” said mayoral committee member for transport, roads and stormwater, Brett Herron. Golden Arrow Bus Services, which is also an operator of existing MyCiTi services in Phase 1A, applied to the court to compel the city to enter into a mediation and arbitration process around areas of dispute, and to prevent the city from going ahead and negotiating and concluding a 12-year contract in terms of the National Land Transport Act (NLTA) to operate MyCiTi routes in Phase 1A and Phase 1B.

Complex The judge said that the process of establishing an Integrated Public Transport Network was “extremely complex”. He found that compulsory arbitration and mediation where parties could not reach agreement was “inappropriate”.

“If the city were obliged to reach consensus on every issue and with every participant in the process, failing which it could be compelled to go to mediation and arbitration, it could become endlessly bogged down,” the judge said when handing down his judgement.

Mandate Being compelled to a process of mediation and arbitration would make it impossible for the city to fulfil its statutory mandate, as required by the NLTA, to take steps “as soon as possible” to integrate services into the larger public transport system. The judgement said that the relevant section of the NLTA meant a contracting authority, such as the city, was obliged to negotiate but was not obliged to agree. Golden Arrow’s application to compel the city to negotiate in good faith was also dis-

missed. The judge said that the allegation that the city did not negotiate in good faith was a strong allegation, which implied fraud or dishonesty. He found that the city was not obliged by section 41 of the NLTA to negotiate with Golden Arrow Bus Services about compensation for its vehicles and assets which would be made redundant by Phase 1A and B. The City has not refused these negotiations at all, but the parties have negotiated to deadlock on these issues. The fact that the city and Golden Arrow hold different views cannot justify an inference of bad faith or unreasonableness on the part of the city. “We welcome this judgement. It is good for Cape Town and our vision of creating an Opportunity City by providing affordable and quality public transport,” concluded Herron.



Roadshow takes sting out of rent No arrears: Let’s

Pay to Stay is a project of The City of Cape Town and Traceonline to help owners and people who rent from the city not to lose their houses as a result of arrears. They are informed about how to make arrangements to pay off these debts, and the good news for those who have no income, to receive an indigent grant. There are also lots of prizes to be won when their roadshow takes to the streets. They were recently in Clarke Estate in Elsies River where Heloise Fredericks, is seen here getting the fridge that she won from MC for the day, George Jantjies. Standing next to her is Veronica Williams who won a microwave oven, and at the back is Mienie Stevens who won a heater. If you have arrears with municipal accounts you can contact TraceOnline on 0861 99 77 77. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

Art to help PETS clear debts Art for Animals, an art exhibition to raise funds for PETS (Pet Empowerment in Townships) invites the public to their art exibition that started on 26 April and lasts until 10 May. The idea was started by pet lover and entrepreneur, Marcelle van Zyl, who approached PETS with a fundraising idea where her current art collection will be exhibited of which 25 % of all sales will go to the PETS cause. “I wanted to give back to PETS by giving some of my art,” Marcelle said.

“I am on the PETS mailing list and am always shocked at the enormous vet bills that they have. I am hoping that the sales of this event will be able to clear their vet bills so that they are no longer in debt,” she says. Marcello believes this debt prevents animals from getting veterinary help which cannot be helpful for their lives. The exhibition will be taking place at the Blaauwklippen Vineyards, Wine Centre in Stellenbosch. Various PETS artists will also exibit their art pieces.





Setwork: Artscape in association with the Siyasanga

Cape Town Theatre Company will present the Grade 12 English setwork, Nothing But The Truth by international­ ly acclaimed South African actor and writer, John Kani. The play is directed by veteran theatre personality, Fatima Dike and features Chris Gxalaba in the leading role of Sipho Makhaya, Chi Mhende (pictured here) as his daughter and Zoliswa Kawe who plays his niece, Mandisa Makhaya. Shows are at 10:30 until Friday 10 May. Tickets cost R40 via Computicket.

What’s On | Wat’s Waar V Sade will be at the Jackson Hall at GrandWest every Wednesday, Friday and Saturday in May from 21:00 (a DJ will play from 18:00). Entry is free. V Lizz Meiring is van Donderdag tot Saterdag by Die Boer in Mona Lisa te sien. R110. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111. V Vernon Barnard will be singing The Songs of the Hollies at Villa Pascal on Friday. R100. Call 021 975 2566 or 0825694147 or visit to book. V Piet Botha will be at The Quarry at Hillcrest on Friday with Dr John and Nadia Verster for Friday Night Sessions supported by Way­ ne Pauli, Rob Stemmet and Dale Collins. R60. Call 021 976 4959 or email Jacky to book. V Pierre Rossouw is Vrydag by Die Ou Meulteater. R70 of R50 vir studente. Bespreek by 083 564 00 56 of V Nasionale Trekklavier Dag word Saterdag

vanaf 14:00 saam met Ollie Viljoen by die Plaasteater gevier. R30. Bespreek by 082 450 5559 of 082 802 3189. V Piet Botha is Saterdag by Die Ou Meulteater. R80. Bespreek by 083 564 00 56 of V Andries Vermeulen is Maandag by Die Boer vir die bekendstelling van sy nuwe CD, Bakbeen Anties. R100. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111. V Hanru Niemand, Jurg Human en andere is Dinsdag by Die Boer vir Oop Dinsdag. Toegang is gratis. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111. V Jack Stone will be at Aandklas in Stellenbosch on Tuesday with 3rd World Specta­ tor and Black Stone Radio. R30 at the door from 21:00. V Die Broers is Woensdag 8 Mei by Die Boer. R110. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111.

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Sandra moes lae ‘wegkrap’ vir rol MARANA BRAND VAN HULSTEYN Die rol van Rita sou haar weer “glamorous” laat lyk, het die vervaardiger en regisseur van die toneelstuk Die Leo’s vir Sandra Prinsloo belowe. Sy lag net lekker, al is “glamour” die laaste ding wat ’n mens dink ’n veteraan soos Sandra kort. In haar laat sestigs wil dit voorkom of sy nou besiger is as ooit, beter is as ooit. Sy het pas ’n Fiësta vir haar rol as ’n tienjarige seuntjie in Oskar en die pienk tannie gekry – slegs een van ’n rits toekennings in haar loopbaan. By die KKNK het sy in drie briljante stukke opgetree – een daarvan die storie oor die disfunksionele Leo-gesin. Die Leo’s is van 9 tot 17 Mei in die Bellville-burgersentrum op die planke. Sy vertel die regisseur, Hennie van Greunen, saam met wie sy aan Die Naaimasjien en Janneman gewerk het, het haar oor Die Leo’s genader. Toe het ’n groep akteurs by Artscape bymekaar gekom en saam “gelees” aan die stuk. “Ons het verskriklik gelag – ons het gelag dat ons van ons stoele afval!” vertel sy. Só met die lesery het die akteurs vir die rolle duidelik geword: sy sou die heks van ’n ma, Rita Leo, speel en Tobie Cronje sou pa Ben wees, wat onvergenoeg en bitter op sy sterfbed lê. Hiervandaan was daar bitter min tyd oor voor Die Leo’s op die KKNK sou open. “Ons het basies drie weke en drie dae gerepeteer. Dis baie min tyd vir so ’n groot en lang stuk. Dis boonop ’n komplekse stuk.” Sy vertel die rol van Rita was vir haar baie moeilik en dat sy in ’n stadium gedink het sy kan dit nie speel nie. “Rita het getrou met ’n man vir wie sy nie lief was nie. Sy het haar toe in ’n ‘bubble’ afgesluit. Sy praat baie en raak die verskriklikste goed kwyt sonder om dit eintlik te bedoel. Sy lewe vir so lank al iemand anders, sy weet self nie meer wie sy is nie.” Dis juis dit waarmee Sandra gesukkel het. “Ek moes ’n realiteit binne hierdie absurditeit skep. Ek moet verstaan wie die mens is wat ek speel anders kan ek dit nie speel nie. So, ek moes baie lae wegkrap, maar uiteindelik was ek mal oor Rita. Ná haar man se dood, het sy haar lewe in haar eie hande geneem en ’n ommekeer gemaak.” Sy vertel dat ’n hoogtepunt van die hele Leo-ervaring die “onafskeidbare” span is. “Ons is ’n heerlike span. Ons het so lekker

Sandra Prinsloo as Rita in Die Leo's. saam gelag – ons eintlik doodgelag! En toe ek op ’n kol gedink het ek kan dit net nie doen nie, was almal so ondersteunend.” Sy onthou die openingsaand by die KKNK toe hulle nie seker was of die stuk ’n sukses sou wees nie. “Die stuk is baie snaaks, maar dis galgehumor en ek het gewonder of Afrikaanse mense daarvan sou hou. “Maar die gehoor was saam met ons van die begin af. Dit was wonderlik. En die laaste vertoning was ’n absolute hoogtepunt. ’n Mens het daar op ’n ‘high’ uitgeloop,” onthou sy. Sandra sê hoewel sy al voorheen komedie gedoen het, is ernstiger werk vir haar makliker. “Ek is altyd so half verbaas as mense dink ek’s snaaks!” En wat wil die fenomenale, legendariese Sandra Prinsloo nog in haar akteursloopbaan doen? “O, báie!” Sy lag weer lekker. “Ek kan werklik sê dat ek mal is oor wat ek doen. En nou is ek soveel vryer en ek het nie meer soveel kwessies met myself soos toe ek jonger was nie. “Ek probeer om oop te wees vir enigiets. Wie sou nou ooit kon dink ek sal ’n seuntjie speel op my ouderdom! Partykeer moet ’n mens maar net spring.” Sy is baie bly dat Die Leo’s in die Bellvilleburgersentrum se teater aangebied gaan word. “Ek is absoluut ’n voorstander daarvan om weer lewe te blaas in die ouer teaters. Mense moet weet hulle kan ook gehalte-produksies in die plaaslike teaters sien.” Sy moedig TygerBurger-lesers aan om na Die Leo’s te gaan kyk. V Bespreek vir Die Leo’s by Computicket.

Sy’t gesing voor sy kon praat LOUISA STEYL “Ek het gesing voor ek kon praat.” Só sê Heidi van Wyk, die plaaslike sanger wat sê sy hoop om jazz-musiek weer ’n staanplek te gee. “Ek ‘love’ om te sing”, sê die blondine met die borrelende persoonlikheid. As sy kon, sê sy, sou sy die res van haar lewe gratis sing, maar ’n meisie moet darem eet, veral as jy net ’n paar maande gelede besluit het om jou musiekloopbaan voltyds aan te pak. Heidi het in die Afrikaanse Idols van kykNET deelgeneem – ’n gebeurtenis wat een van die hoogtepunte van haar loopbaan was. Sy sê dit was gedurende dié kompetisie dat sy besef het ’n musiekloopbaan kan Heidi is vandeesweek op die Oranje Bank. meer as net ’n droom vir haar wees. FOTO: TWELVE ELEVEN PRODUCTIONS Nie dat sang voor die kompetisie ’n onbekende terrein vir haar was nie. Heidi het klassieke sang beoefen en het maar vir eers sing sy haar hart uit by trouook lesse gekry by die bekende Riana van es, korporatiewe funksies en skemerpartytjies. Wyk, sowel as by ander sangskoOp Woensdagaande is sy by le. Our Place in Durbanville te sien Heidi het grootgeword met die en elke Sondag tree sy by die musiek van ouens soos Cliff RiBloemendal-restaurant op. chards in haar ore, of klassieke V Vir meer inligting oor Heidi, besoek musiek. Sy hou van musiek wat haar op Facebook by Heidi­ Jazz/ tydloos is. Swing/Blues of stuur ‘n e­pos na boo­ “Ek sing meestal vir ’n ouer slag,” sê Heidi. “Dis lekker saamsingliedjies,” verduide- V Heidi is vandeesweek op TygerBurger se Oranje Bank. Besoek om haar optre­ lik sy. Heidi wil een of ander tyd ’n CD opneem, de en onderhoud te sien.



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Book Day

Die TygerBurger en Radio Tygerberg gaan vanjaar nie net hul eie moeders op Moedersdag vereer nie, maar ook die ware moeders van die gemeenskappe wat hulle dien. Ander sake-ondernemings het nou hul steun tot dié edel projek toegesê om die moeders wat uiteindelik as die wenners aangewys word, tot in die afgrond te bederf. Ons soek na daardie moeders wat waarlik ’n verskil in hul gemeenskappe maak – vroue wat ander se nood voor hul eie plaas en wat ’n uitdaging aanvaar en ’n oplossing daarvoor soek, dit laat werk of dit eenvoudig laat gebeur. Die TygerBurger en Radio Tygerberg wil weet van hierdie moeders wat hul liefde en passie in die gemeenskap deel en nooit iets in ruil verwag nie. Die vyf “Moeders” wat uiteindelik gekies sal word, sal groot bederwe ontvang van Bunches for Africa, Struik en Mangwanani Spa’s. Struik Christelike Media skenk vir elk van die finaliste ’n luukse weergawe van die NKJV-Bybel met ’n herlderpienk Italiaanse leeromslag. V Wie is die engel in jou woonbuurt wat ’n moeder is vir almal? SMS die naam van die moeder in jóú gemeenskap en hoe sy haar hart soos brood breek en vir ander gee na 32716. Hou intussen TygerBurger dop en luister na Radio Tygerberg op 104fm vir meer besonderhede. SMS’e kos R1.

Members of the community in Belhar have discovered the joys of making candles. A basic candle-making course held at the Minor Hall was a gender empowerment project teaching women the skill with the aims to foster a job creation project. Leslie Murray, one of the attendees, said that the participants enjoyed it and many wanted to take their newly acquired skills further. “It was very informative starting with a lesson on the history of candles and candle-making,” she said. “A full demonstration on candle-making was given by the trainer and all delegates were shown the preparation of all

deprived areas of the Little Karoo. Support a worthy cause by buying items from our stall and donating any items like pots and pans, bric-a-brac, clothing, shoes, handbags, jewellery, linen, curtains, blinds, ornaments, collectables, glassware, etc. Every cent raised on the day goes to the animals.

The 61 Mech Veterans’ Association and Blaauwberg Cuca Moth Shellhole will host guest speaker General Roland de Vries who will promote his new book Eye of the Firestorm at BBC Moth Shellhole at Killarney Racetrack on Friday 10 May at 19:00. V Contact Ricky van Staden on 082 341 4324.


Rectification of the installation of a fuel storage tank at the Engen Epping Depot, Epping Industria, Cape Town Notice is given in terms of Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations of the National Environmental Management Act, 1998 (Act No. 107 of 1998) (Government Notice No. R. 543, R. 544, and R. 545) of intent to carry out an EIA Rectification for the following activity: Proponent and Activity: Engen Petroleum Ltd have applied for an EIA rectification for the installation of a fuel storage tank. DEA&DP Ref: 14/2/2/A8/49/Erf 32462, Epping Location: Erf 32462, Benbow Avenue, Epping Industria. Consultants: Kantey & Templer Consulting Engineers P.O Box 3132, Cape Town, 8000 Telephone: 021 405 9600; Fax: 021 419 6774 Email: Contact Person: Kelly-Anne Campbell Date of Notification: 01/05/2013


necessary ingredients, and composition thereof. “Candle-making is a lengthy process having many detailed steps and each step has a ‘curing’ time. “A step by step hands-on lesson was given to the delegates, whereby all delegates prepared and made their own candle with individual attention given to each delegate, to ensure understanding of the process.” On the second day of the course candles were completed and decorated with the participants getting advice on how to package and present their products. At the end of the course all the participants were given a presentation gift pack full of ingredients to take home and start making their own candles. Certificates were also handed out.

Erudite: Valhalla Park Library hosted the 10th Anniversary of their reading competition to celebrate International Book Day last week. Denlize Napoleon from Kalksteenfontein Primary was the winner in the English category, and Grant Fourie from Valpark Primary came out tops in the Afrikaans section.

Moths to book launch

Opportunity to participate: If you have any comments, queries or issues you wish to raise, including alternative proposals or suggestions for this development, please contact Kelly-Anne Campbell within 40 days from the date of this notice. Interested and affected parties are invited to provide written comments together with the above reference number, their names, contact details and an indication of any direct business, financial, personal or other interest, which they have in the proposal.

Candle­making makes jobs GARY VAN DYK

Every cent of funds raised goes to KAPS The monthly charity sale of donated goods on behalf of the Karoo Animal Protection Society (KAPS) will be held on this Saturday 4 May. The sale takes place at 18 Greenway Drive, Ridgeworth between 09:00 and 12:00. This is the only organisation providing a mobile welfare service for the animals in the



The ladies from Belhar who took part in the course get to grips with candle­ making.




Probleem lê by geweld wat ‘cool’ is Die afgelope paar weke is daar ’n warm debat in TygerBurger se brieweblad gevoer rondom die kwessie van doodstraf. Aan die een kant het die voorstanders beweer misdaad is wel laer in lande waar die doodstraf geld. Hulle argumenteer dat dié misdadigers moet besef hul grudade het gevolge. Van hierdie mense is self direk geraak deur “halsmisdade”, soos moord en verkragting. Die ander kant het gesê doodstraf is onmenslik, dat ’n mens nie ’n lewe met ’n lewe kan vergeld nie. Die meeste van hulle het ook aangevoer die doodstraf is oneties, on-Bybels en on-Christelik. Dit laat ’n mense wonder of misdaad nie aan die einde van die ketting gekeer moet word nie, maar aan die begin. Daar waar ’n gesin kinders moet koester, ’n skool verder moet opvoed, maar ook waar ’n samelewing moet ondersteun en liefhê. Geweld is vandag heeltemal aanvaarbaar. In elke liewe fliek of TV-produksie is daar geweld, al is dit net ’n vuisslanery. Luister na musiek, kyk na rekenaarspeletjies, lees boeke, sien net hoe “harder” en gewelddadiger sport geword het. Hoe meer goed – en mense – opgeblaas en weggeskiet word, hoe meer bloed spuit en borrel, hoe beter. Dis vermaaklik. Geweld is cool. En ons steun dit, reg oor die wêreld waar oorloë woed, kinders kinders skiet, onskuldiges sneuwel aan die hand van “sagte mense”. Sus ons ons gewete met die idee dat ons dit immers nie in die regte lewe uitleef nie? Dit lyk tog of verskeie ander dalk nie dieselfde dissipline het nie.

SMS V Can we stand together for once and send back TV licence reminders marked “please repeat” like your programmes? Then there are interminable ads and now the ads blast you out of our seats! Hope advertisers know they are wasting their money because we have to use the mute button or go deaf. - Anon V Aan alle moordenaars en verkragters van vroue en ons kosbare kinders: my CV vir die pos van laksman sal eerste op die president se tafel wees! - Hendrik Wentzel. V Met verwysing na “Educator” se SMS oor tuisonderrig. Ek stem saam dat die sosiale en emosionele ontwikkeling van ons kinders uiters belangrik is. Ons ho­ mescool ons kinders juis oor die rede. Vir nuwe tuisskoliere is dit ook altyd raad­ saam om by ’n sosiale netwerk aan te sluit. So maak jy beter ingeligte besluite oor leerplanne. - Tuisskoler V JD du Plessis (“Doodstraf is gepas vir moordenaars”, TB, 24 April) jy slaan die spyker op sy kop. Elke daad het gevolge! Ons is veronderstel om ons kinders van kleins af te leer dat keuses wat hul maak gevolge het, hoe goed of hoe sleg dit ook al is: ons moet dit dra. So dis ’n keuse wat verkragters/moordenaars/diewe maak en daarom moet hul die gevolge dra en daarom is ek ook 110% ten gunste van die doodstraf! - Anon V Baie goeie diens van binnelandse sake. Paspoort binne 4 dae gereed. Well done. - C.Justus V The educator who placed that rubbish about home­schooled kids suffering soci­ al and emotional deprivation has absolu­ te no insight into home­schooling! They should do research and will be astounded as to how these kids thrive socially as they have far better skills and coping me­ chanisms! - Pro-homeschooling ) SMS’e kos R1,50 elk. Stuur die woord “Tyger”, gevolg deur jou boodskap na 45527.


And let us not grow weary of doing good, for in due season we will reap, if we do not give up. Galatians 6:9

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Van bergie tot sjarmante bruidegom: Andrew Kock, wat jare lank op straat geleef het, is Saterdag met die

hulp van die Jesus Can­projek en die NG Kerk Bergsig­Durbanville met sy vrou, Joanne, getroud. Die fotograaf Herman Aggenbach neem foto’s van dié bruidspaar in die kerk se tuin. FOTO: CARINA ROUX

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What if you were forced to steal?

want to make the following suggestions; The court should not grant bail application to suspects who are involved in drug business. On Friday 19 April I saw four The sale of drugs goes togethcitizens lying on the pavement er with prostitution. Prostituand after a while they approached my home shouting for tion should be made completely illegal. food. I interviewed them and The community should help they told me their trolleys were alert Law Enforcement officers removed from them by Law about the premises where drug Enforcement and now they cannot survive and are strolling business is taking place. If all the drug dealers are sent in the neighbourhood. to jail, our country will become With the trolley they had less violent. Our children will made from R30 to R100 per day concentrate more in school. and had fed themselves and Money that was spent on their children. I asked them, buying drugs will be put for what now? The answer is they better use. Rape, women and do not know but I silently child abuse issues will be thought if I was in your shoes reduced. There will be no street and and in your situation I kids. If the above remedies are know what I am forced to do taken, South Africa will experiagainst my principles and will ence peace. to provide food for my children Above all, policy makers have and my mouth. a greater part to play in order KEITH ALFRED AND ADOLPH BLAKE to save the nation from getting Email into a shambles. ANON Boston

The only way to stop drug abuse in SA Who is chairing this meeting anyway? The sale of drugs is a call for concern, particularly in the Western Cape and South Africa. This in part, has generated many questions and quick responses have been that those involved want to make quick money, as a result of a huge profit margin. Drugs commonly sold in South Africa are cocaine, heroin, Ecstasy, marijuana and Quaaludes. Why is it so easy to get a dose of these drugs with relative ease, in spite of adequate security measures the government has put into place. Are these drugs from within or imported? Who is to be blamed, the government? Are the ports of entry this country so vulnerable? The law is flexible to those who are engaged in this line of trade. The execution of a South African lady who was caught with drugs in China was not enough warning to them and meant nothing to the authority. I am not proposing a death sentence to drug traders, but

There are two words in the English language which set my senses on edge like a fingernail scraping on a blackboard and they are “spokesperson” and “chairperson”. It seems to me that if a woman speaks on behalf of an entity or is elected to chair an entity, she must figuratively undergo a bi-lateral mastectomy and a radical hysterectomy to render her genderless. In the case of a man it is far easier as a couple of snips with the kitchen scissors and the is job done. SA prides itself on gender equality and advancing women in the workplace so why not give a woman credit and refer to her a “spokeswoman” or “chairwoman”? Political correctness has been described as pretending to pick up a dog turd by its clean end. S WARREN Durbanville

Doodstraf het geen afskrikwaarde nie Ek reageer op die briewe en SMS’e van doodstrafgesindes. Daar is absoluut niks goeds te sê van iets so afskuwelik soos die doodstraf nie. Daarom het Christus sélf dit ook verwerp. Doodstraf kan tog nie werk sonder vrees, haat, vergelding en onvergewensgesindheid nie – almal doodsondes. Enige regdenkende mens kan dit verstaan. My teenkanting is eerstens gegrond op Christus se duidelike lering, en tweedens die wêreldwye neiging om doodstraf af te skaf. Meer as die helfte van die 194 lande waaruit die Verenigde Nasies (VN) bestaan, het dit reeds afgeskaf – Nederland so ver terug as 1870, Brittanje in 1965, Frankryk in 1989 en Suid-Afrika in 1995. Daarom is die wêreld se vooruitstrewendste lande juis dié lande wat hul rug daarop gedraai het. Geen land kan mense meer na willekeur teregstel nie, nie eers die wêreld se grootste boelies soos Amerika en China nie. Doodstrafgesindes moet sê hoe hulle jaarliks 18 000 moordenaars doodmaak, wat nie eens verkragters en padmoordenaars soos dronkbestuurders insluit nie. Moet ons ook nou soos die bendes mekaar Sondagmiddae stenig en uitmoor? Doodstraf is ’n Middeleeuse afskuwelikheid, wat ons brose land gespaar moet bly. Daar bestaan nêrens enige wetenskaplike of empiriese bewys dat doodstraf hoegenaamd ’n titsel afskrikwaarde het nie. Mense wat sulke onwaarhede versprei, moet met hul “bewyse” vorendag kom. Dis ook ’n mite dat dit enige sogenaamde “berusting” teweegbring. My hele lewe lank is Christus my enigste rolmodel. Mense wat met my verskil, moet besluit wie hulle s’n is. KOERT MEYER Welgelegen








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Skakel vandag nog 021 951 5929 of 082 077 3270. BELLVILLE­SUID Agter SAP ­ R580 000

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GEKLASSIFISEERD CLASSIFIEDS BLUE DOWNS/THE CONNIFERS R645 000 (ABDS­0103): Stunning corner house offering 4 beds., 3 with b.i.c. Tiled lounge. Mod. kitch (b.i.c.). Tiled TVr. with built­in braai. Double garage & parking for 4 cars. Secured with b.bars. Located in a quiet area. KENSINGTON ­ R410 000 (ABDS­0146) 2 bedr.­apartment (b.i.c.). Spac. tiled lounge. O.plan kitch. & lounge. Kitch. (b.i.c.), oven & stove. Bathr. Approx. 60m². Sec. parking. Sec. with b.bars & alarm system. HEIDEVELD ­ R308 000 (ABDS­ 0160) Spac. 2 beds. Tiled lounge. Tiled kitch. with knotty pine ceilings. Bathr. Carport for 3 cars. Nice yard. Erf size approx. 152 m². Contact ZARA ( 082 581 2400 / 021 931 9265 (office hours 09:00 ­ 17:00). Use references to view pictures at



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aan te beweeg met waardigheid en 'n bietjie geld in die sak. Corner plot, large grounds, 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, bathroom, carport. If your combined wages is approximately R9 000 p.m., then you could buy this house!

Contact Mark Anthony 021 704 2160 or 083 482 4250 DELFT

LEIDEN: 3 beds, study, ff kitchen, d/gar R239 000 N2 GATEWAY: 2 beds, lounge, kitchen R165 000 (cash)


PAMPAS STR: 2 beds, f/f kitchen, garage, laundry R379 000 LEPELHOUT: 3 bed maisonette, large plot R350 000

NOOITGEDACHT 3 beds, f/f kitchen, gar, R550 000 HIGHBURY (Kuils River) 3 beds, en­suite, f/f

kitchen, d/garage + g/flat R780 000

ELSIES RIVER Finally, Elsies River & Ravensmead has a dedicated Agent! * Professional bank style home valuations * Dedicated customer service program * Putting you & your needs first Looking for a Valuation, do you want to Sell or Buy, Contact me and I will be gladly to assist you. INTERNATIONAL PROPERTY GROUP



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HOUSES WANTED Sellers, we have buyers. For free valuations & advice, phone us first! Call Ronnie, 021 952 0394 / 073 274 6668

MALIBU VILLAGE ­ R400 000 3 beds. all with b.i.c., braai area, garage on spacious erf. HINDLE PARK ­ R410 000 3 beds., 2 with b.i.c., undercover braai area, f.f. kitchen, enclosed. HILLCREST ­ R450 000 3 beds. with m.e.s. & b.i.c. in main, f.f. kitchen, lounge, dining room & garage. TUSCANY GLEN ­ R630 000 3 beds., 2 with b.i.c., main has walk­in closet & m.e.s., f.f. kitchen, lounge, dining room, drive thru garage.

Call or SMS/Whatsapp CAROL on 021 909 0461 / 083 648 2648

Valhalla Park • Agnas cressent R210 000 excl. 3 bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, bath/toilet, enclosed

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For the above call Latiefa George 082 972 9682 Latiefageorge@ YOLAM PROPERTIES WESBANK ­ R170 000 3 beds., kitchen, lounge, toilet, burglar bars, carport, fully enclosed. KUILS RIVER / WESBANK ­ R175 000 ­ 2 beds., laminated flooring, bath/toilet, lounge, dining r., kitchen, b.i.c., u.c. oven + hob, b. bars, safety gates, fully encl. ROSENDAL / DELFT R290 000 ­ 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, b.bars & safety gates, bathr., toilet, fully enclosed. VOORBRUG / DELFT R290 000 ­ 2 beds., lounge, kitchen, b.bars, safety gates, bathr., toilet, carport x 2 cars, fully enclosed. ATTENTION SELLERS! We are looking for houses to sell in Bellville South, Belhar, Delft, Bishop Lavis, Ravensmead, Parow. DUANE 073 159 3432 or STEPHANIE 072 977 9972 or OFFICE 021 951 2290.


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SKAAPKOP-EET Wêreldrekord

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HTS B’ville­damwal breek toe Tiere vlamvat Morné Kotze (Tyger­ berg) kry vir Christi­ aan Fick (HS Bellville) om die enkels beet in hul o.19­kragmeting, wat die Tiere met 59­6 met gemak gewen het. FOTO: CARINA ROUX

SAREL BURGER Dit is nou maar so: ’n span wat aanmekaar moet verdedig, kan dit net tot op ’n punt doen; dan kom daar ’n breekspul. Nadat die Hoërskool Tygerberg se o.19Arugbyspan die afgelope naweek ’n hele ent weg in die tweede helfte nog tot ’n bedingbare voorsprong van 19-6 deur die HS Bellville beperk is, het die damwal toe eensklaps gebreek. Ses vinnig opeenvolgende drieë later het die Tiere die besoekers ’n pak slae van 59-6 toegedien, nadat hulle feitlik die hele wedstryd in beheer van sake was. Die “ou kwaal” van Stellenberg se eerste span dat hy nie altyd sy puntekanse benut nie, het dié slag weer kop uitgesteek in die wedstryd teen die Hoër Seunskool Rondebosch. In ’n besonder aanskoulike wedstryd was dit hul slaankrag wat die Kapenaars met 31-16 teen Stellenberg laat wen het. Brackenfell se oorheersing voorlangs en die daarmee gepaardgaande goeie ondersteunende spel was een te veel vir HS Swart-

land, wat met ’n telling van 8-48 druipstert moes terugry Malmesbury toe. Durbanville het eweneens sewe drieë ingeryg teen Tygerberg-klub en min moeite ondervind om met 44-14 te wen. Nadat Monumentpark verlede jaar ’n groot loesing teen De Kuilen op die lyf geloop het, het die Kraaie dié slag die bordjies verhang, al was die wentelling van 10-9 so op die hond se stert. D.F. Malan het met 27-14 ook oor te veel skietgoed vir Jan van Riebeeck beskik. HTS Bellville (10-34 t HS Strand), President (10-57 t Hottentots-Holland) en J.G. Meiring (12-15 t Parel Vallei) het ’n rampspoedige dag teen spanne van die Ooskus beleef. Ook Bosmansdam (17-30 t Vishoek) en Fairmont (12-35 t Westerford het aan die kortste ent getrek in hul wedstryde. Maar oorwinnings is wel behaal deur Kasselsvlei (39-0 t Trafalgar), Bellville-Suid (3610 t Edgemead), Bernadino Heights (22-3 t Plumstead), Milnerton (28-18 t Hamletsklub), Scottsville (25-10 t Eben Dönges) en Jan Kriel-skool (38-7 t Bernadino Heights).


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Turner back in ring again



it down when you read this sentence. At the age of 45, Graham Ashley Turner is making a comeback to the MMA ring and this is a man with his sights set firmly on an EFC title. It’s been 10 long years since his last fight. After the defence force as a youngster, Graham started working as a doorman as well as VIP close-protection security. Through this he was able to learn many forms of martial arts, but still found something was missing. That something was soon found after he watched UFC 1 and saw Royce Gracie submit his opponents that were much bigger than him without sustaining injury to himself. This was Graham’s first introduction to the art of Brazilian JiuJitsu.

Graham Turner will make his comeback after a lengthy lay­off in the MMA ring. Here he is sparring with one of his top students, Shaun de Lange.

MMA dojo In the 90s, Graham started his first school training in the art of street reality combat in London. He trained up fighters that competed for pro-tournaments on the British circuit reaching national level. After that he moved back to South Africa and followed his dream of opening his own professional MMA dojo den. “At the age of 45, I’m physically and mentally in the shape of my life. I have never felt this good. I see myself as a martial artist not a fighter. A fighter will stop training when he stops competing. A true martial artists never stops training even if he knows he’s done competing,” said Graham.

He has a busy schedule to say the least. He is training 16 times a week, with anything between two and four classes daily at his Leviathans Den dojo in Durbanville. “A lot of thought has gone into this massive decision. I’m not done yet, far from it. I really feel my best is still ahead of me. I think it would be arrogant of me to step into the EFC ring for my first fight. I need to get the ring rust off.

Burning desire “That’s why I decided to compete in a proam fight on 25 May in Edgemead. I need the time in the ring before getting competing in the EFC in November. I have a burning desire to compete on the highest level and let me tell you I am ready for it.” He also has a lot of respect for Kyokushinkan’s Shihan Hennie Bosman. “Shihan Hennie opened his doors for me and some of my students two years ago. He brought me back from being a prized fighter to the roots of a true martial artists. “Training at Shihan Hennie is all about respect for each other and yourself. The traditional ethics is something very important to us. Although we are involved in different styles, I still see him as my teacher.” “You know I have always had respect for Graham. His technique and power surprised me and let me tell you it takes a lot of guts to get back into the ring at his age. I have no doubt he will make a success of his comeback,” said Shihan Hennie. Anybody willing to sponsor Graham can contact him on 0 071 902 3351.

















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