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Take action on crime GARY VAN DYK


nteraction in Delft could lead to more action against crime in the area. This is the feeling after an imbizo was held in the area recently. The interaction as mentioned was an initiative from Delft SAPS and the Community Policing Forum to allay the fears of the community in response to recent incidents of violence in the the area where two people were killed. Held at Roosendal High School and reasonably well attended, the purpose of the interaction was to create a platform for the community to raise their concerns with the police and the CPF, and to give people a voice in dealing with crime. Brig Hendrik Jansen of the Delft SAPS said that the concerns raised by the community were for more stringent policing of shebeens and the granting of liquor licences by the Liquor Board which are not linked to the police.

Informed “There was also a call for better recognition for the neighbourhood watch system in their areas for the work that they were doing,” he said. “One thing is certain; that the public want more of this type of imbizo to keep them informed of what is happening in the fight against crime.” There was also a request from the community for more recreational parks and areas, while hoping for better cooperation from the ward councillor. Jansen also pointed out that many felt that

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parents must start playing a bigger role in guiding their children. “We must start working on enhanced parent involvement in raising and in giving direction to the youth. “Even schoolgirls are becoming involved in criminal activities and people are aware of their ties to gangsters as well as the fact that they roam the streets during school hours. “What is the strategy to deal with them and what is the education department doing about it, is a question that many at the imbizo want answered.” Gadidja Francis, community development worker and chairperson of the Child Rapid Response Unit (CRRU) reminded the public that missing children should be reported immediately and that there is no waiting period.

Crime Line She was also pleading for acceptance of the concept, Your Child is my Child. Major Christelle Cloete informed the public of the station’s strategy regarding the anonymous tip Crime Line that they can use to provide the police with information about criminal activities and suspicious behaviour – SMS 079 494 1352. The CPF chairperson Reggie Maart focused his address on the civilian oversight role of the CPF and the mobilisation of the community and the building of partnerships with community and safety structures such as reservists, NHWs, sector forums, street and block committees. Jansen undertook to address each and every concern raised by the community.

Tracey Jegels from Parow has overcome a type of leukaemia to earn several medals at the World Transplant Games. Her incredible faith and determination have taken her from the depths of despair to the peaks of ecstasy. Read more about Tracey on page 3.




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MacStanley - Clinton Gahwiler, Neil Potgieter and Andy Mac - are the first band to be featured on the new Orange Couch. PHOTO: LEON STEENKAMP

Our Orange Couch bug bites TygerBurger’s Orange Couch is getting bigger, better, brighter ... and will now be packed with more content. A whole new Orange Couch will go live on Wednesday 13 March, with MacStanley being the first to feature. The Orange Couch will now be in the format of a mini-online programme series with interviews, and performances, all neatly packaged in an awesome new design. The online feature will still go live on every Wednesday, along with a feature on the artist, which will also appear on TygerBurger’s Arts and Entertainment pages. Twelve Eleven Productions have come on

board and will be helping with the filming and production. Cecilia Hume, TygerBurger’s online editor explains: “The Orange Couch became very popular in a very short time, but not only between artists and our online readers. A few similar projects started popping up around the country and we realised that only getting a bigger couch was not enough. We needed to add some oomph to the project.” Artists who want to perform on “the couch” should contact TygerBurger well in advance. V To perform on the Orange Couch, email Louisa Steyl at or call 021 910 6557. To see the Orange Couch visit

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it was discovered that he had been shot in his right leg, back and right shoulder. Luckily the wounds were not fatal and he is recovering in hospital. The motive for the shooting is unknown and the police are investigating the possibility that it might be gang-related. Anyone with information is requested to contact the investigating officer Det W/O Clive Lewis on 021 953 98100.

Fraudsters nabbed by the cops Fraudsters are feeling the pinch after an arrest in Delft South this week. The story started on Saturday when two suspects were arrested in the Waterfront after attempting to open an account with false documents. A clerk became suspicious and alerted police who arrested the two suspects. Police investigated the matter further by visiting the homes of both suspects in Njalaboom Street, Delft South where they recovered equipment used to falsify original documents, such as a laptop, printers and scanners. Police also seized about 174 identity documents, mostly of which had the photos removed. A 42-year-old male and 34-year-old female

will face charges of forgery. Colonel Basil Vellai, station commander Delft praised the personnel of the Delft cluster for keeping the flame of crime prevention alive this past week with several suspects arrested and detained for various complaints during operations conducted within the Delft cluster. These included: One suspect in connection with murder, eight for assault, three in connection with rape, eight for domestic violence, 15 for having suspected stolen property and 82 suspects for drunk and disorderly behaviour. Beside the 167 suspects arrested police also seized a variety of dangerous weapons and guns as well as quantities of illegal drugs.

Mother of abandoned baby sought by police Where’s my Mom? On Monday 4 March the occupants of a house in Coronado Street, The Hague in Delft were startled when they heard the sound of a baby crying outside in the dark. They followed the sound of the cry only to discover a baby, estimated to be between two and three weeks old in their rubbish bin. The baby child was taken for medical care

and seems, according to the medical staff, in good health. Anyone that is aware that someone had a baby, two or three weeks ago and and now misses the child is requested to contact the investigating officer, Detective Constable Louis Van Wyk on 021 954 9000 or 083 683 5759. The responsible person will face charges for child abandonment and child neglect.

Silver Meadows offers affordable homes There is a dire shortage of housing in the afbracket of R400 000 to R700 000, says Mike Maclachlan, project manager for the joint venture property development company, Silver Meadow Trading. To begin adressing this shortage they are launching a new housing development, to be called Silver Meadows, in Rugby on 16 and 17 March. Nedbank and Absa are in full support of this scheme, said Maclachlan, and both banks have said they will grant 100 % bonds to applicants who meet the banks’ lending criteria. Nedbank have suggested that applicants check their credit records to be sure that they are clear. This new housing development is pitched at those who earn a single or joint income of R13 000 upwards, and will be a medium density project with 115 units on a 1 785 ha site.


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Police in Belhar want your help in connection with a shooting. On Sunday 3 March at about 16:00, 28year-old Jermaine Mackenzie came under attack while walking in Leerdam Street. He was shot several times but managed to run into a nearby house where he collapsed. The occupants of the house called for help and while being treated on the scene

There will be 16 one-bedroom apartments, 76 two-bedroom units and mixture of two and three-bedroom semi-detached houses. The scheme will be a mix of freehold and sectional title. “These units will be equipped with high quality finishes,” said Maclachlan. “Cupboards will be fitted in the bedrooms and kitchens, and the kitchen will be equipped with a Defy Slim line oven and hob and the bathroom will include a shower in the bath.” “There will be well landscaped green areas as well. Each unit has been allocated one parking bay.” The location offers easy access to the N1, M5 and Marine Drive and MyCiTi stops. V For further information contact Colleen Lowe on 076 587 1542, Chris Pecego on 076 584 9925 or email



Inspiration to all in despair Three words changed Tracey Jegel’s life forever. Three words dumped her into a deep pit of despair and tested her unyielding determination. Three words took her right to death’s doorstep and, ultimately, opened her eyes to life’s wonder. Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia. “The doctor told me that I needed a bonemarrow transplant... I was just 19 years old and did not want to die,” says present-day nurse, Tracey. Back then she thought cancer was synonymous with death, but in her case it had the opposite effect. It reinvigorated her. The odds were that she would succumb to a life of hardship and that she would never be able to have children of her own. Faith, hope and love never consider the odds. TygerBurger caught up with the resolute Parow resident to get to the root of her enthusiasm. Since she was diagnosed with cancer, scrutinised by doctors and saved from despondency, Tracey has gone on to win several medals at the World Transplant Games (WTG). When she crossed the finish line in 2009 and won a gold medal in the 3 km walk for South Africa, one would have been forgiven

Tracey Jegels of Parow stared death in the face and now wins medals for South Africa. PHOTOS: ANDRÉ BAKKES

for thinking at the time that her race only started three kilometres back. In fact, it started more than a decade earlier when she heard those three words for the first time. “In December 1995, I was in Tygerberg Hospital and all alone. Then a whole group of doctors and students came in the room and I thought it was a bit strange. So they said to me that the test results were not good and that I have Chronic Myeloid Leukaemia (CML). “I thought I was going to die... The more they explained the more I cried,” remembers Tracey. She was told that she would need a bonemarrow transplant from a relative donor, who in this case was her older brother. In August the next year the transplant was performed. She was told that there was a possibility that her body might reject it, so about two to three months after the transplant she went into a relapse. “The doctors expected it to happen, so they had a ‘boost’ ready, but I thought I was in remission and now it’s coming back... That was my lowest point. I found my strength in prayer and my family, particularly my mother,” she adds. She was told that the chemotherapy and total body radiation sessions would leave her infertile and, in effect, propel her straight into menopause. This devastating news inadvertently led to her happiest moment. A few years later a gynaecologist confirmed that she was pregnant. She was to be the first post-bonemarrow transplant recipient who conceived naturally. Tracey immediately phoned her husband, Brendan. “I was like a teenager! I just couldn’t stop laughing! “It was a miracle. I gave birth to Matthew (5) and then six months later I was pregnant again with Phoebe (4), who was born in 2008.” Tracey insists that two miracles (in this regard) are enough. She and her husband-to-be, Brendan, first went to the bi-annual WTG (Budapest 1999), where Tracey won a silver medal in the 3 km walk. She has competed in numerous WTGs since and excelled in this event. “She has also started competing in 10-pin bowling and petanque (form of bowls), but now her biggest challenge has become her age – and there’s no cure for that!

Attention backyard dwellers If you are one of the beneficiaries whose names have been posted by the city at halls and libraries in the area, or your name is not on the list, you are invited to a special meeting that will be held at The Hague Recreation Centre in Delft Main Road. The meeting starts at 15:00, further information from Archie on 074 677 5233.

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Update home waiting list detail Are you updated? The City of Cape Town encourages all applicants on the council’s database to update their personal details at one of the city’s Housing Estate Offices. “As part of our commitment towards building a Caring City that creates opportunities for its residents, the city uses all resources at its disposal to provide as many housing opportunities as possible for those that have applied to us,” said Tandeka Gqada, mayoral committee member for human settlements. “It is imperative that the city has updated contact details for applicants so that they can be contacted should a suitable dwelling become available.” All applicants are encouraged to visit their nearest housing office where city staff will

assist them in updating their details. Applicants must also confirm whether they still qualify for a rental dwelling or a subsidised house in a new housing project. As part of this initiative, advertisements will appear in community papers in selected areas and letters will be handed to applicants who reside in these areas. For further enquiries residents may contact their nearest Housing Office, go to the Housing Information kiosk on the second floor of the Cape Town Civic Centre or contact the call centre on 021 444 0333. Housing database queries can be emailed to Adriaanse office is on the corner of Adriaanse and Seboa streets, Clarke Estate, Elsies River, 021 936 8863.

Accepting their awards were, from left, Gert Snyman, subcouncil manager, Pat Jansen, Ilse Els, Piet Badenhorst, Johanna Pypers, Gert Snyman, and subcouncil chairman Desmond Jaftha. PHOTO: GARY VAN DYK

Civic Honours for ‘selfless’ GARY VAN DYK Some special people have been given special status for their work in the community. Last week Subcouncil 6 of the City of Cape Town, hosted its first Civic Honours Awards at a function in Bellville to pay tribute to some special people who make a difference in their communities. This subcouncil encompasses Bellville, Bellville South, Sacks Circle Industrial area, Glenhaven, Bellrail, Dunrobin, Parow North and East, Ravensmead, Belhar, Uitsig, the Parow industrial area and Malawi Camp. Hardus Zevenster, Piet Badenhorst, Gert Snyman, Ilse Els and Johanna Pypers were the recipients, and subcouncil chairperson Desmond Jeftha pointed out in his welcome that these five were an example of people who cared for their communities through giving selflessly of themselves. “While we are honouring these five today, we appreciate everybody who is really making a difference in Bellville and its surrounds,” he said. “All those who want to turn the area around to prosperity, safety and empowerment. “There are so many more out there like

these five, but this time around we wanted to say our special thanks to them for their efforts.” Pypers is well-known in her community of Belhar and surrounds for her work in starting Higher Faith Developments that organises arts and crafts classes for adults and various activities for youth in the area. Her skills training projects have produced a number of dressmakers who have opened their own businesses, and many have also been empowered through their craftwork. She was also part of starting the Belhar Nutritional Kitchens Consortium working on finding resources for the many food kitchens in the area. Els is from the Metro Evangelical Services, working in the social sphere of helping those who are less fortunate, mainly people living on our streets. She has made great strides in obtaining resources to contribute meaningfully to these projects by creating an awareness of self-worth in people and a desire in people to better themselves. Badenhorst, Snyman and Zevenster were honoured for their work with the Voortrekker Road Corridor Improvement District which kicked off in July last year.


UWC adds three to Banyana squad The University of the Western Cape has got what it takes in women’s soccer. They have taken their contribution to sports development another positive step forward with three students selected into the Banyana Banyana squad to play in the 12-Nation Cyprus Women’s Cup. UWC Ladies’ Football Club’s midfielder/ striker Jermaine Seoposenwe (BCom first year), goalkeeper Kaylin Swart (BA first year) and defender Vuyo Mkhabela (BA Sports Science second year) are among the only four Cape representatives in the 22member squad. Nocawe Skiti of the Gugulethu based Cape Town Roses FC is the fourth player selected from the Western Cape. The South Africans have been drawn into Group C in the tournament, which will take place from 6 to 13 March, along with South Korea, Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. UWC is committed to major developments in sport and sport-related work as part of its 2025 vision. Developments to date resulted in the university being identified as one of the 14 institutions of higher learning by Sport and Recreation South Africa’s National Academy Programme. Ilhaam Groenewald, head of department: Sport Administration at UWC, said that the university is excited about the inclusion of the trio in the Banyana Banyana set up. “This is an indication that we are working towards achieving both academic as well as business objectives, hereby ensuring that we continue to strive towards achieving our vision of excellence through sport,” she said. “Women’s sport is a key area of transformation, and Banyana Banyana have contributed immensely to the national transformation agenda. “We are confident that our students’ in-

Getting ready to take to the field for South Africa are, from left, Kaylin Swart, Jermaine Seoposenwe and Vuyo Mkhabela. clusion is creating future opportunities to further strengthen women’s sport development, including competing at the highest competition levels possible.” Groenewald also revealed that UWC has prioritised football. A particular emphasis is being placed on coaching, facilities and athlete support. “We are already seeing the impact of the strategies we are employing to support football. Our female team currently play in the Sasol league, which is the highest league for women’s football in South Africa.”






Learn a valuable skill: learn to swim GARY VAN DYK

Keeping more than cool in the pool is what the Learn a Skill – Learn 2 Swim project is all about. Operating from the pool at the University of the Western Cape this project has been running for the past 20 years with the aim of teaching youngsters, and grown-ups, how to swim and be safe in the water. Secretary Diana Daniels said that while it was started mainly to teach children, there are more adults now taking part. “I think that more people have pools at their homes nowadays, and accidents can happen so quickly,” she said. “There have been incidents where a child has fallen into the water and an adult was too scared to get in to help, so it is important for people to learn to swim, no matter their age. “Apart from the safety aspects there’s also the joy of enjoying your pool to the fullest and what the exercise can do for your health.” While the adults are enjoying their lessons

the project still caters to teaching many children the skill especially those from underprivileged areas. “It is one of our main aims to see that children from all areas can be safe in and around water,” continued Daniels. “To this end we need help from the business world or private sponsors to help us continue this work. “We started going into these areas to recruit children because it was also a way of showing them the benefits of exercise, and keep them away from negative influences in their communities. “We have received some donations and we would like to thank Poolshop-on-the-Bay for collecting unwanted swimming gear and donating it to us. “However, there is still a lot of help needed with the need for individual sponsors who could sponsor a child’s pool fees, and we need help with transport because these children come from all areas.” For more information she can be contacted on 084 241 9558, or chairperson Mervyn Weavers on 083 391 3499.

Mervyn Weavers, in orange top, gives adult learners in the project some tips to stay safe in the water. PHOTOS: GARY VAN DYK Chairperson Mervyn Weavers, left, handing out some donated swimming gear to Enwer Koopman, Fernando Meyer, Lauren Adams, Kaylin Adams, Vicky Witbooi, and secretary Diane Daniels. In front is Austin Koopman and Ethan Esba.

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Dogs just love Woefie walk If you haven’t entered this year’s SPCA Purina Woefie Wandel, now is the time! The Woefie Wandel, of which TygerBurger and People’s Post are the media sponsors, is held at D’Aria Wine Estate in Durbanville on Sunday 24 March. Walkers and their dogs will embark on a four kilometre scenic circular route through vineyards. In 2012, more than 1 524 humans and 1 079 dogs took part in the walk. Before and after the walk, participants and their dogs can relax and socialise at the winery, enjoying wine-tasting, eats and treats. Fun give-aways, lucky draws, competitions, jumping castles and ice-cream will keep the children happy. Actress and Pasella presenter, Vicky Davis, master of ceremonies, says: “I cannot imagine my life without pets, and my dogs bring so much love and enjoyment to my life. The Woefie Wandel is a great opportunity for owners to spend time with their beloved canine friends and at the same time, funds are raised to help the CoGH SPCA in their fight against animal cruelty.” Entrants are urged to wear proper walking shoes. “Owners with short-nose breeds (i.e. bulldogs and pugs) and those with older dogs with joint problems, are cautioned to consult their vet before taking part in the walk. Puppies under four months are not permitted to take part,” said CoGH SPCA events co-ordinator, Juan August. Owners of large breed dogs of 18 months or younger should walk a shorter distance, as extended walking can put pressure on delicate skeletal structures. Entry forms are available at local veterinarians (see for further details). Entrants who enter by email, fax, post or online at before Friday 22 March at 17:00 will qualify for a discounted entry fee of R35 per person, R25 per dog and no cost for children in prams. Entries on the day will open at 07:00 at a cost of R40 per person and R30 per dog (children in prams free). Register on the day between 07:00 and 08:45. V Phone the SPCA on 021 700 4141/80.



Good education, ticked off The dream of a good education for her children is coming true for a mother in Ravensmead. It’s no secret that a good education for most South Africans comes at a cost but one unemployed mother’s worries have been lessened a little this week. When Deranice van Staden entered her five-year-old daughter Brooklyne into the PEPcell “Win your Dream” competition she had no idea that all her dreams for her little daughter’s education would come true. Last week she answered the knock on her door only to see actress Tumi Masemola standing there. Not only was she stunned to see such a famous person at her front door but Tumi was there to give Deranice and baby, Brooklyne some amazing news, she was that week’s winner of the competition and that she had won a massive R75 000. Masemola is probably best known for playing Letisha in the popular TV sitcom, City Ses’la, and she’s delighted to be doing this duty for the competition. “It’s thrilling for me to go into communities like this and to help make some dreams come true,” she says.

“This experience is not only really moving because there’s such gratitude but, for me, it’s also an honour to work in this way and give some really good news to real people; we’re making a positive difference in South African communities and I just love it.” Winner Brooklyne lives with her mother, Deranice and grandmother Jeanette, and the prize money is for her education. “I still can’t believe it’s true,” says Deranice. “It will take a while to sink in and for me to realise that, I have really won R75 000. “What I do know is that this is going to help so much, I’m so grateful.” All that’s needed to enter the PEPcell Win your Dream competition is a SIM card from any network bought at any PEP, PEPcell or PEPhome store. Entrants then need to dial *130*737# (free of charge) and tell us what their dream is. The competition runs weekly for 13 weeks and entries close on 21 June 2013. For more information, please visit or any PEP store (terms and conditions apply). PEPcell “Win your Dream” competition will be aired on SABC1 every Friday evening at 18.27 from 05 April.

In celebratory mood is from left, Deranice van Staden, her daughter, Brooklyne (the winner of the competition), grandmother Jeanette van Staden and Brooklyne’s cousin, Jordan, together with celebrity, Tumi Masemola who presented the cheque for R75 000.

Fun day for the whole family at Lambrechts The Hugo Lambrechts Music Centre will be having a “fun day for the whole family” on Friday 15 March at 15:30. There will be orchestras, bands, ensembles, food stalls, jumping castles, lucky draws and more. Entry fees are R10 for adults, R5 for child-

ren and R20 for secure parking. All those who attend are invited to bring their own picnic gear. It will be held in the centre’s gardens in Picton Road, Parow. V For more enquiries contact Hugo Lambrechts Music Centre on 021 939 9105.

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three learners from Belvue Primary School in Belhar, from left, Durondt Fick, Laeeq Andrews and Adiela Cornelius have been taking part in the Junior Argus Cycle Race for the past three years and always finished in the top 20 of about 1 000 riders of the 7,5 km race. They’re looking forward to getting their first ride in the big event in the future.




Festivities for the children and their folks GARY VAN DYK There’s going to be a fun day of festivity in Delft on Saturday. Roosendal Sports Ground is going to be the venue for the event which will start at 09:00 with activities going on until 17:00. Godwin Blignaut is one of the sports and recreation officers in charge of the event and he wants all in the community involved. “Our objective is to promote and contribute to a brighter future, healthy lifestyle,

positive sport minds, social development and a safer community,” he says. “This is the first attempt of its kind to be hosted in the community and participants must be aware that this event is free of charge, as well as crime and alcohol-free.” One of the highlights that will be taking place is the Five-a-Side soccer tourney with three age groups in action. Teams that still want to register for the fun can call Clive on 079 529 7186 or Denver on 072 626 6170 to register.

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“Other activities will include a jumping castle, water slide, board games, fun active games, face painting and many more which will target the children from age three to 15,” he added. “But, we want the parents there to assist with the children, and even participate in the fun.” There will also be entertainment with talents from the community featured as well as the SAPS Drill Squad and dog unit, and the Delft Brass Band.

If there are any entertainment groups who want to perform voluntarily at this event please feel free to contact Jerome on 084 255 5409. Police presence will be high on the day for security purposes and the event has the full support of local ward councillor Sabrina Gympies. There will also be a drug awareness campaign on the day. For more information Godwin Blignaut can be contacted on 083 692 2105.

Petrol price hike TygerBurger asked people how they felt about the recent petrol price increase and what alternatives should be made use of. Tandy­Lee Marinus asked the questions and Re­Jaun Erasmus took photos.

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Christopher Walters (Durbanville): I feel that it’s ridiculous and people definitely need to make use of lift clubs.

Ryan Wilke (Parow): It (petrol) should be a fixed amount because you get people who don’t want to drive with their cars any more because of the increase.

Egroy Horne (Bellville): It’s difficult to drive luxury cars but we need to make use of public transport only if it’s in a better condition. They also need to start expanding the My-CiTi services. :

Imraan Mellem (Bellville): I think it’s ridiculous. People should make use of a lift club, it’s the best bet, because public transport isn’t reliable.

Creslent Heugh (Belhar): Because of the petrol price hike, we can forget about other increases. It will especially affect us because of our job, which is networking. We have to be on the road 70 % of the day.

Riska Koopman (Bellville): I’m disgruntled by the rise in the petrol price and also the forthcoming one. I know the economic effects of it but I would travel less and use more public transport.

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Ncumisa Mborm (Bellville): I think it will affect me, although I make use of public transport. I don’t have a choice because I don’t have a car.

Winston Reynolds (Plattekloof Glen): It affects everyone’s pocket but it’s all about the economy and import and export. Public transport is the best but the point is, it affects those who depend on their vehicles, depending on their work environment. In the end, they are not really going to save in the long run.

Shuaib Ceres (Bellville): Although I live three minutes away from work, it’s going to affect me. At the end of the day public transport is the best bet, but it needs to be improved in terms of service and public safety.


The Cart Horse Protection Association recently won an international award for its social media ventures.

Award for cart horse group The Cart Horse Protection Association (CHPA) based in Epping was recently honoured when it received an international 2013 Equestrian Social Media Award. The non-profit organisation used social media as a platform to share awareness about cart horse abuse to fans, volunteers and donors. In December last year CHPA was nominated by followers for the international awards and in January it was listed as a finalist. There were apparently more than 10 000 nominations from over 90 countries. Later that month CHPA was the winner of the award for Best Use of Social Media in Africa and Middle East. CHPA’s social media liaison, Andrea Rubin, says this award is a wonderful boost for them and that it spreads awareness globally about the phenomenal work they do protecting local cart horses. The judging panel said: “They do amazing work and use Facebook as a medium to share this. They consistently post with great and meaningful content. It’s inspiring and moving to follow them.” The final results are based 75 % on scores from the expert panel and 25 % on votes from the public. The judges’ panel is a handpicked group of the best equestrian marketers, digital professionals, social media gurus and branding experts from across the globe. V Stay updated with CHPA news on Facebook ( and Twitter ( For more information on the CHPA contact or go to Call 082 659 9599 to report cart horse abuse.

Playing golf to support community programmes Want to go golfing for a good cause? The United Reformed Church in Belhar is hosting its first Golf Day on Friday 22 March at the Kuils River Golf Club. The event promises to be an impressive one with over 120 players taking part giving an excellent opportunity to socialise and network. There will be many prizes to be won with the main prize being a five-day stay in a luxury villa at the Arabella Golf Estate. This event is being held to raise much-needed funds for various community programmes it has to sustain through which less privileged members of the community benefit. These include a winter soup kitchen, the distribution of used clothing to the poor, a table tennis programme especially aimed at children living in squatter communities, keep-fit classes, trauma counselling, the inter-denominational Tabernacle Youth Choir, the annual Jobs Summit, the annual G4G conference (women empowerment), Marriage Enrichment programme, the annual Men’s Conference and their youth ministry. Green fees for the event are R400 per player (R1 600 per 4 ball), and sponsorship for various holes is still available. Book with Denise Makaza on 021 952 8214 or 078 325 3505, and Ricardo Persens on 021 914 4949 or 076 195 9127.






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Clinton Gahwiler, Neil Potgieter and Andy Mac from MacStanley, on the Orange Couch. PHOTO: LEON STEENKAMP

Dreams are coming alive LOUISA STEYL Local rockers, MacStanley, have just released their latest album, Lucid, Alive and Dreaming. This is the third album for the band, formerly known as Flat Stanley in South Africa, and their first local release as MacStanley. “I think with the name change in a South African context, we’ve been extremely lucky,” says front man and vocalist, Andy Mac. He explains that news of the band’s foray into the European music scene, and their subsequent name change for the international market, spread quickly and local fans quickly grew comfortable with it. Andy says the new album very much carries the same thread as the Flat Stanley albums before, but rhythm guitarist, Clinton Gahwiler, points out that this one is a little harder and edgier than what they’ve done before now. “It’s definitely a fuller production,” guitarist Neil Potgieter says. While it’s been five years since their last

release, MacStanley have been far from idle. After releasing Between two Worlds in 2007, they toured with big names like Collective Soul, Metallica and Counting Crows. With five singles, the album won them a SAMA nomination and saw them sign their European album deal. They released the album overseas, before starting with the new album in 2011. “It started as about 40 songs,” Clinton says. “We were extremely indulgent with this album,” Andy admits. Lucid, Alive and Dreaming was recorded at Digital Forest Studios and mixed by Neal Snyman before mastering at Sterling Sound in New York. It was released locally by Sheer Sound. Niel says the most exciting thing about the local industry at the moment is the improvement in recording. “Our studios have stepped up.” For more information about MacStanley, visit their website V Visit to watch them perform “Angel”, the second single off their Lucid, Alive and Dreaming album.

Hy is ’n solosanger, ’n “boy band-hartebreker” en ’n akteur. Jaco du Plessis, of Jay soos hy bekend staan, spog met vele toekennings as sanger, maar voor dit was hy ’n teaterster. Hy het in 1999 sy debuut op die verhoog gemaak in Neil Lessick se Let’s Rock as hoofsanger en kort daarna was hy die plaasvervanger vir die rol van Joseph in die staatsteaterproduksie van Joseph and his Amazing Tecnicolour Dreamcoat. Sy hoofrol in Janice HoneyJay man se pantomime, A Lad In a Lamp, het hom ’n FNB-vita-nominasie laat behaal. In 2001 het hy by Eden aangesluit. Onder die leiding van die Coleskekunstenaars, het die groep verskeie platinum en dubbelplatinum-albums uitgereik en twee SAMA’s gewen vir die beste Afrikaanse pop-album. Jay het in 2011 ’n draai op die silwerdoek gemaak in die musiekblyspel, Platteland. Daarna het hy saam met Lia-

nie May ‘n album, Bonnie en Clyde, opgeneem, wat verlede jaar ná net drie weke platinum-status behaal het. Jay se debuut-solo-album, Solo, het reeds platinumstatus verbygesteek en is bekroon met twee Huisgenoot-Tempo-toekennings, asook twee SAMAnominasies. TygerBurger-lesers sal ’n kans kry om dié Afrikaanse popster te sien by Woensdag 20 Maart se TygerBurger-leserskonsert. Jay is deur lesers gekies om saam met Theuns Jordaan, Steve Hofmeyr en Andriëtte Norman by die Liqui-Fruit-amfiteater in die Paarl op te tree. Die konsert begin om 20:00.

WEN! WEN! WEN! V Tien lesers kan elk dubbelkaartjies na die konsert wen. SMS die woord “jou4” na 45527 voor of op Sondag 17 Maart. SMS’e kos R1,50.

Vier vrae aan Jay 1. Hoe voel dit om te weet 4 000 mense hang aan jou lippe? “Dit bly altyd ’n ongelooflike en opbeurende gevoel as 4 000 mense saamsing en dit geniet. Dit gee my nuwe energie om na beter en hoër dinge te streef om weer daardie gevoel te kan ondervind.” 2. Hoe voel dit om te weet dat van al die kunstenaars waaruit TygerBurger se lesers kon kies, jy een van die gunstelinge is? “Ek besef hoe bevoorreg ek is om bloot te kan doen wat ek doen vir ’n lewe en daarom is dit nog ’n groter eer en voorreg vir my om gekies te wees. Ek sien uit om saam met almal hoop en vreugde te er-

vaar deur musiek.” 3. Wat sou jy sê is jou grootste treffer en raak jy nie moeg om dit oor en oor te sing nie…en kan ons verwag om dié liedjie by die leserskonsert te hoor? “Alhoewel ek seker iets anders sou kies, is ‘Melanie’ nog my grootste treffer en sal ek dit verseker sing. Hoe kan mens moeg raak om iets te sing as mense saamsing en jy soveel liefde ervaar? 4. Wat is die snaakste ding wat al met jou tydens ’n optrede gebeur het? “Dit was seker toe ek tydens ’n optrede in my musiekteaterdae by ’n stel trappe afgeval het tydens choreografie en albei my voortande uitgeval het.”

What’s On | Wat’s Waar V Grant Brasler and Erik Dippenaar will perform Handel organ concertos with the Ca­ merata Tinta Barocca at St Andrew’s Presbyterian church tonight from 20:00. Tickets cost R90 and R70 at the door. Call 083 684 7318 for more information. V Gian Groen Is vanaand by Rooies se Palmsteater. R140 (ete ingesluit). Bespreek by 021 982 2222. V Nik Rabinowitz will be at Die Boer from tonight to Friday with You Can’t Be Serious? R100. Call 021 979 1911 or 083 406 0111 to book. V Helmut Meijer, Martelize van Niekerk (Voight) en Neil Buchner is Donderdag om 19:00 by die NG Kerk Kenridge met hul nuwe CD, Folgende. Toegang is gratis. Bespreek by 072 133 2370 of V Desmond Wells en sy orkes is Vrydag by Jamrockteater in Brackenfell te sien. R80. Bespreek by 021 981 1313 of V Bok van Blerk tree op in die nuwe All Starteater op 15 Maart om 20:00 by die Cape Gate-lewenstylsentrum langs die Dros. Skakel 021 981 6064 vir besprekings. V Pebbleman will be at Bertie’s Mooring in Gordon’s Bay on Friday from 21:00. Entrance is free. Call 021 856 3343 to book. V Kevin Leo is Vrydag by die Ou Meulteater te sien. R100. Bespreek by 083 564 00 56 of V Marion Holm is Saterdag by die Boer in Holmakiesie te sien. R90. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111. V Black Stone Radio will be at Aandklas on

Saturday with Saintfearless and The Inside Job. R30 at the door. V Piet Potgieter is Saterdag by die Ou Meulteater met sy komedie, Waar de hel is Wit­ bank? R80. Bespreek by 083 564 00 56 of V Boulevard Blues will be at Bertie’s Mooring in Gordon’s Bay on Sunday from 18:00. Entrance is free. Please Call 021 856 3343 to book. V Ringo Madlingozi will be at Kirstenbosch on Sunday for their Summer Sunset Concerts. Tickets are available at V Koos Kombuis will be at Backsberg Estate Cellars on Sunday from 17:00 for their picnic concerts. Tickets are available at V Jennifer Zamudio is op Dinsdag by Jamrock met haar nuwe album, Hart en Siel. R80. Bespreek by 021 981 1313 of V Chris Chameleon is Dinsdag en Woensdag 20 Maart in Druk ’n Eier by Die Boer. R130. Bespreek by 021 979 1911 of 083 406 0111. V Daronn Caroll en Yolandé Visser Gelden­ huys is Woensdag 20 Maart by Jamrock. R70. Bespreek by 021 981 1313 of V Valiant Swart Is Woensdag 20 Maart by Rooies se Palmsteater. R140 (ete ingesluit). Bespreek by 021 982 222. V Black Stone Radio will be at Zula Bar in Cape Town on Wednesday 20 March with Gareth James and Joshua Grierson. R40 at the door.

Bring back memories with favourite melodies The next Memories and Melodies Concert takes place at the Bellville Civic Theatre from 10:30 on Wednesday 20 March. The Swinging Seniors, a six-piece band, will play the lively, foot-tapping tunes that

you know and love while audience members can enjoy tea and coffee before and after the show. Tickets cost R45. For more information, or to book, call Cynthia on 021 976 1227.

The Delft Big Band will be at V&A Amphitheatre’s school battle.

Young talent not to be missed The V&A Amphitheatre will be showcasing some of Cape Town’s best school bands from 18 to 24 March in their Battle of the School Bands. The week will culminate with Marshall Music donating R20 000 worth of musical equipment to the best supported performance of the week. The SACS Big Band will set the bar on Monday 18 March with their tight ensemble, while The Rustenburg Girls’ High School Jazz Band will keep you entertained with their fully-fledged ensemble and versatile jazz combo on Tuesday 19 March. Wednesday 20 March will showcase the St Joseph’s Marist College Jazz Band and the well-travelled Con Amore orchestra will no doubt entice your enthusiasm for their mu-

sical talents on Thursday 21 March. The 18-piece Delft Big Band will command the stage on Friday 22 March. The Sans Souci “Jazz Cats” are wellknown for captivating their audiences with their enthusiastic musical performances and can be seen at the Amphitheatre on Saturday 23 March at 17:00, before handing the stage over to the Wynberg Girls’ High School Big Band at 18:00. Wrapping up the school band showcase on Sunday 24 March will be the Bergvliet High School Band at 17:00 and great international act, Milton Academy Jazz Band (USA) at 18:00. Performances start from at 17:00 or 18:00 on various days and end at 19:00 on all days. All performances are free.

Art opening: Family Affair, an art exhibition at Fairtrees, will be on from 15 to 17 March, at 19 Uitsig Crescent, Durbanville. Visiting artists, Lida Eksteen from Upington and Carel van Heerden from Rustenberg will be exhibiting their work along with local artist, Charlotte Gibson. The opening will take place at 19:00 on Friday 15 March and the exhibition will be open from 10:00 to 17:00 on the following two days. For more information call Charlotte on 082 856 4829.




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•Home carer course •Experience with elderly/disabled clients •Contactable references •Valid drivers license and own car an advantage •Available immediately Fax 021 674 7095 or email:





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Wonderful starter home ­ 2 bedr., lounge, kitchen, bathr., situated in huge enclosed spacious plot. HURRY FOR THIS ONE!!


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Opleiding/Kursusse Training/Education 5 ,& 4 , HOTELS, BIG SUPERMARKETS & BIG COMPANIES URGENTLY NEEDS .20 Receptionists/Office Admin Staff .30 Cashiers .20 Barmen .30 Waitrons .20 Porters .10 Data Capturers . 10 Cruize ship staff . 8 Flight attendents/ Cabin crew .50 Cleaners/Housekeepers Visit us at 112 Long Street, 3rd Floor, Room 311, Cape Town, or CALL 021 426 7615/ 021 424 5949 or 073 219 8380

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Aandag alle



. Ons het goedgekeurde kopers in die vol­ gende areas: Belhar, Delft, Elsies­ rivier en Bishop Lavis. Bel ons gerus as u wil verkoop. Ons bied 'n


WAARDASIE van u eiendom. Skake:


2 Bedroom house with a fitted kitchen with stove. Lounge. House is fully secured with burglar bars. Outside paved & covered braai room. Secured yard with secured undercover parking. Walking distance to UWC. Price drop of R60 000,00 to accommodate you.



Ouma Woonstelle Granny Flats



Needed to work in supermarket in Bellville area.


RAVENSMEAD Oumawoonstel beskikb. Onmiddelik. Slegs jong getrou­ de paar. R2 400 p.m. + Dep. Skakel 076 940 1676



R189 R179 R179 R199

SYDNEY VALE /Bishop Lavis 5 bedrooms. R595 000. 021 934 2344/083 954 0191

ELSIESRIVIER Oumawoonstel beskikbaar vir enkel persoon sonder kinders. R1 500 p.m. + dep. W + E ingelsuit. Skakel 060 303 8995





021 930 8491 021 200 8437 104 Voortrekker Road, Parow Terms & Conditions Apply

JACQUES 083 686 2117


Contact 021 510 4180 166

Contact me now and purchase this spacious plot (370m²) ­ situated close to school, shops & taxi ranks. HURRY ­ THIS ONE IS GOING TO SELL QUICKLY.


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Shireen 079 077 7665 Ollie 073 399 2082 Kantoor: 0219319265 (09:00 • 17:00)

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BONTEHEUWEL ­ R330 000 (ABDS­0098) ­ Spac 3 beds. tiled lnge. kitch. Bathr. Carport. Spac Ground. Secured. Mod. renovated house. Close to all amenities. A must to view! BONTEHEUWEL • R385 000 (ABDS­0114) ­ 3 beds semi­ detached. Tiled lnge & d/room. Fitted kitch (bic). Bathr. 2 bedr sep entr with lnge, d/room, kitch. bathr. Must to View. Great Investment. Call: NATALIE 0722974377 / 0219319265 MITCHELLS PLAIN/Bay View R460 000 ­ (ABDS­0130) 3 beds. O/p kitch & lnge. Tiled kitch (BIC). D/room. Bathr. Spac enclosed yard. Paved driveway. Secured (alarm) Contact EDDIE on 0814603560 Use references to view at:


This two bedroom house is near schools, mall and bus route. This property boasts with built in kitchen cupboards and in the 2 bedrooms. The house is suitable for newlyweds or a small family even a single parent. The household has a big yard if you need to extend or just nice for children.

John Mocke 083 453 9803


FAIRDALE ­ R380 000 3 spacious beds., lounge, diningr., TV­r., main bedr., big en­suite, kitchen, parking for 1 car. PARK VILLAGE ± R350 000 3 beds., neat & tidy lounge, secure parking, kitchen. BLUEBERRY HILL ­ R380 000 3 beds., lounge, kitchen, fam. bathr., en­suite. FOREST VILLAGE ­ R399 000 3 bedr., lnge, bathr., kitch, big plot, EERSTE RIVER • R550 000 740 sqm plot, 3 beds, opp. Eerste River Station. Great for business venture. 2 x SUNBIRD PARK ­ R240 000 & R260 000: 500m² vacant corner plot. SUNBIRD PARK ­ R399 000 Big granny flat. 3 beds., lounge, f.bath., 500m² plot. THE HAGUE / DELFT ­ R160 000 1 bedr., lounge, 231m² plot, kitchen, fam. bathr. Office: 021 903 8055 Gary: 076 696 2403 Melissa: 072 057 5753

Pinewood Avenue, Voorbrug, Delft - R280 000 2 bedroom with open plan kitchen & lounge, fully enclosed. Hofmeyer Street, Ext. 13, Belhar R280 000 3 beds, lounge, open plan dining room, kitchen and garage. JAMES RUSTIN 021 703 1235 & 083 626 1526 Batavia Street, Ruyterwacht R790 000 2 beds with fitted kitchen and lounge, 600 m² plot. Contact HEKKIE MOWERS 081 594 0521





Woensdag, 13 Maart 2013

Making Your Dream Home A Reality KRAAIFONTEIN / Belmont Park R699 000 ­ 3 bedroom home

KLEINVLEI / Park Village R430 000 ­ 3Bedr. Double Storey


HIGHBURY PARK ­ R520 000 3Bedr. with Single Garage DELFT / Eindhoven R345 000 ­ 4 Bedrooms.


Neat 3 bed home with en­suite, bics in kitchen & 2 beds, study, garage and driveway Call Gladys 0829920755 / Tiny 0725088841 Office 0216964114

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Kantoor: 021 903 8055 Gary: 076 696 2403 Melissa: 072 057 5753


YOLAM PROPERTIES VOORBRUG / DELFT R330 000 ­ 3 bedr., lam. floors, lnge, kitch., bathr./toilet, b. bars, safety gates, gar, carport, enclosed.

CRAVENBY ­ R950 000

7 beds., main bedr. en­suite + b.i.c, & lam. floors, 2 x b.i.c., f.kitch, lnge, diningr., knotty pine ceiling, tiles throughout, b.bars & safety gates, dble gar, fully encl. BONTEHEUWEL ­ R350 000 3 Bedr. Maisonette, Lounge, Kitchen, Double Carport, F/ Bthrm + Incomplete Granny Flat (needs work) Mandy benodig huise in die vol­ gende areas: Forest Village, Forest Heights, Delft, Blackheath & Eersteriver. Ernstige verkopers mag bel vir 'n gratis waardasie van hul eiendom. Mandy Breda 078 285 0276

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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Kwarteindronde in Durbies­visier SAREL BURGER Durbanville-Bellville se senior rugbyspan is vol vertroue om eerskomende Saterdag die kwarteindronde van die Gemeenskaps-trofee-kompetisie vir die topspanne in die land te haal, al benader die Durbies geensins eerskomende Saterdag se laaste ligawedstryd teen Welkom Rovers ligtelik nie. Die Tygerbergers moet blykbaar – volgens die reëls van hierdie kompetisie – met die Noord-Vrystaters afreken om gedurende die Paasnaweek in die uitspeelrondes op George betrokke te wees – al is die Durbanvillers tans gunstiger as die Welkom-span op die huidige punteleer geplaas. Volgens die afrigter, Jan Loubser, is die Durbies slaggereed vir die manne van Welkom, wat die afgelope naweek ’n taai nederlaag-stryd teen Pretoria-Polisie gehad het, terwyl die Durbies met

’n loslootjie geseën was. ’n Effense bekommernis vir die Durbanvillers is of die jongelinge, wat die verskeie beseerdes se plekke moet volstaan, wél die mas sal opkom. Die Durbies is nog steeds sonder staatmakers soos Andrew Picotto (flank), Douw Wessels (slot), Theuns Kotze (losskakel) en Inus Keyser (vleuel). Maar die kaptein, Marius White, wat vroeër hierdie maand ’n kopwond teen Bloemfontein- Polisie opgedoen het, is weer slaggereed om sy span op die veld te lei. Die Welkom-span beskik oor ’n besonder swaar voorhoede. Indien Durbell dié agttal van die besoekers kan tem en die driekwarte genoeg hardloopruimte gun, kan Durbanville-Bellville met nóg ’n oorwinning hom saam met die ander sewe voorste klubspanne later hierdie maand in George bevind vir die uitklop-kragmetings.

Nel (107*) laat B’ville seëvier SAREL BURGER Heelparty verbroude vangkanse deur D.F. Malan en uitstekende kolfwerk deur die HS Bellville se Janus Nel (107*), het Bellville verlede Woensdag die Sammy Bloch/Durbell-Apteke-uitklopkompetisie vir o.19-krieketspanne laat wen. Nadat Janno Mostert (34) en Jean Strydom (29) genoegsame ondersteuning aan Nel gegee het om hul span na 206/4 (in die toegelate 35 bbe.) te voer, het D.F. Malan se wankelrige begin meegebring dat hy net 126 lopies bymekaar kon skraap. Wian Joubert (43) en Pierre Cilliers (33) het moedig probeer walgooi, maar Strydom (4/17) en sy me-

deboulers het die HS Bellville uiteindelik betreklik maklik met 80 lopies laat wen. Saterdag se nat velde het heelwat wedstryde gekortwiek, maar Stellenberg (t De Kuilen) en Durbanville (t Fairbairn) kon darem oorwinnings beklink. Lohan van der Vyver (39) en Hessel Dijkstra (3/13) het ’n vername aandeel gehad in Stellenberg (116) se oorwinning oor De Kuilen (97), terwyl Rowan Wolmarans (5/14) die aanvoorwerk gedoen het vir Durbanville (84/6) se afrekening met Fairbairn (83). In die TygerBurger-liga vir o.15-spanne was Brackenfell te sterk vir Stellenberg, maar in die L & L Buttner-liga (o.14’s) het Stellies op oortuigende wyse met Brackenfell klaargespeel.


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WOENSDAG 20 MA A RT 2013 Liqu i-Fruit Amfiteater, Pa arl,20:00 Theuns, Jay, Steve & Andr iette, een aand!

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Toto Helebe is confident in retaining his title in front of his home crowd.

Helebe wants to keep crown STEHAN SCHOEMAN Toto Helebe will defend his South African bantamweight title in a 12-round bout against Klass Mboyane on Saturday. Five other bouts are on the cards at the Bloekombos Secondary School in Kraaifontein. Toto who hails from Gugulethu, will face a stern test from the Johannesburg contender. Zolani Jilingisi from Gugulethu will face Khanyiso Lali from Atlantis in the opening bout. This strawweight fight will be over four rounds. In the second bout which is a six-round lightweight fight, Manene Ngcayi from Atlantis will lock horns with Knysna’s

rising star Nkosinathi Hendricks. Another mouth-watering fight sees Myolisi Xayo from Macassar and Luzuko Matete from Fish Hoek battle it out in the junior middleweight division over six rounds. Sipho Mrawuzeli (Macassar) and Xolani Daniels (Khayelitsha) have a sixround junior bantamweight fight. In the curtain raiser Luyanda “Oscar” Nkwankwa, currently ranked as the number one contender for the South African strawweight title will face Misindisi Matibe over six rounds. Oscar will relish the opportunity to remove any doubt over his top contender rank. Boxing starts at 14:00.




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Seil oor dwarslat

Santos have upper hand THOMAS CAROLUS


ngen Santos will want to improve their log position when they face FC Cape Town in a National First Division derby match at the Athlone stadium on Saturday night, kick-off at 19.30. Engen Santos meanwhile have been steadily making their way up the table since Ian Palmer took over as coach, and have won all three matches in 2013. They currently sit in fourth position just six points adrift of Mpumalanga Black Aces. I think when you go into a derby , you tend not to worry too much about the opposition. I don’t think that Santos need to worry much about FC Cape Town.

Mogamat Salasa (UWK) seil oor die dwarslat om die hoogspring vir seuns o.16 met ’n hoogte van 1,70 m te wen tydens die Westelike Provinsie se junior atletiekbyeenkoms die afgelope Saterdag in Bellville. FOTO: CARINA ROUX

Best game Both teams will go all out for a win to gain the psychological advantage. A win will stay in the minds of the victors. In the derby everything is equal in my experience. It’s about who has the coolest nerves and the best game plan on the day. In my

opinion, the Santos coach has done a great job in getting the best out of his group. Will that form last? Santos have more options all over the park to change situations tactically. I see Santos having the upper hand. FC CT have had success even against stronger teams, by sitting back and playing counter-attack. They seem to be dropping back to the halfway line, keep the spaces close between each other, win the ball back and then counter quickly.



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