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24 years just waiting for a clue Raymond Hendricks on the plot of land that is being used for dumping. He does not want it to be a problem for another 24 years. Photo: Gary van Dyk

live around here,” he says. “Over the years we have tried to find out what should be happening here, but can’t get any answers. “In previous years there were people who just moved on to it, but luckily they were moved to another area. In summer when the grass is long and dry it becomes a fire risk because sometimes there are youngsters smoking on it or playing with matches. “Nowadays the major problem is dumping, even though they have tried to fence off the area over the

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Ravensmead residents have had enough of a vacant plot that’s been an eyesore ... for the past 24 years. Raymond Hendricks has been living in Northway since the 1980s and is one of the residents who has had enough of nothing happening on the vacant plot of land near his home. “This plot of land is becoming a major problem for the people who

years. “In recent times the dumping problem has become worse because all kinds of rubbish is being dumped there. “Every time we have to complain when the smell becomes too much, and then it is a health hazard for children. “On a personal level I have been trying to find out what is planned for it, but in all these years I can’t get any answers. We need so many facilities in the area and this ground is just going to waste,” he

said. Ward councillor for the area, Ruan Beneke, has been making some enquiries and has since discovered that the land was sold to a company (Rawel Properties) in 1996 but to date they have not taken transfer of the property. “According to my understanding, Province will thus still be the title deed holder since transfer of ownership has not taken place as yet, which also implies that they don’t have any immediate plans for this piece of land.

“According to the Municipality Systems Act, Council cannot take any action on a piece of land that doesn’t belong to them. This land still belongs to Province and they are legally bound to take care of it.” While various municipal investigations into what is proposed for this land continue Hendricks hopes that they can come to some conclusion quickly. “I don’t want the next generation in our family to be sitting with the same problem for another 24 years,” he concluded.

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Several important arrests made Police have been making some important arrests. On Sunday at about 6:40, a security guard working at Voorbrug Sportsground in Delft, found the body of a 22-year-old man, while doing his patrols. The deceased, later identified as Lwando Mbaleki from Lawrence Way, Leiden, sustained several stab wounds to his neck, back and chest. Further investigation indicated that the deceased was stabbed during an argument between him and his friends. The information gathered, led police to two addresses in the area where they arrested two suspects aged 22 and 33 for the murder. The suspects will appear in the Bellville Magistrate’s Court during this week, as investigators are still searching for two more suspects. Anyone with more information is requested to contact the investigating officer, Detective Sergeant Paul Cillier on 021 954 9062 or

Crime Stop on 08600 10111. . In another incident on Sunday police bust two foreigners for drug possession. While doing crime prevention duties at about 4:00 police received information about drug dealing at a house in the area and obtained a search warrant. During their search of the house in Tubelitsha, Delft South, they recovered about 500 units of heroin, with an estimated street value of R25 000. Police then arrested two suspects, a 21-year-old Congolese and a 27-yearold from Mozambique for the illegal possession of drugs. . Last Wednesday members of the Bellville South Crime Investigation Unit were out on patrol at about 14:10 when they spotted a suspect wanted in connection with a theft that happened in William Taylor Street. When they searched him they found cash and bags of tik in his possession. The 36-year-old has been charged with ille-

gal possession of drugs. . Crime operations over the weekend in Delft also netted some successes. On Friday night police in the area were patrolling the streets of Eindhoven when they arrested a 14-year-old that they found in possession of 60 sachets of tik with a street value of almost R2 000. In Leiden they arrested a 27-year-old suspect and seized 10 parcels of dagga with a street value of almost R1 000. They were also active in Delft South where two illegal firearms were seized and two men, 23 and 33, were charged for the illegal possession of firearms and ammunition. Brig Hendrik Jansen, the station commander at Delft stated that they do these search and seizure operations daily and for the month of May his personnel have arrested and detained almost 800 suspects, for various offences. He has vowed to disrupt all criminal activities until all the sections in Delft are crime-free.

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Belhar salutes their Springbok Scout capacity at her school while maintaining good grades and takes part in hockey, plays violin in the school orchestra, and she is an active member of Karate Zen at junior brown belt level,” she said. Jodie joined the scouts as a cub in 2001 when she was seven, earning one of the highest achievements at this level, the Leaping Wolf badge in 2005. She has been a very enthusiastic member of the group in Belhar for the past 12 years and presently serves as Patrol Leader in the troop. Her passion for sticking to the scout aims of “being prepared” and “do your best”, has given her the means to face all challenges in life. In 2010 and 2011 she was awarded the Scout of the Year award for her activities and has also represented the scouting movement on TV on several occasions. During her scouting Jodie has attended various leadership development and skills training courses which created an awareness of and

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Scouts in Belhar are celebrating their first Springbok scout in 35 years – and its a girl! Jodie Layman made history for the 1st Belhar Scout Group, when she was awarded the prestigious achievement in scouting on Saturday 19 May. This award also made her parents Jerome and Jillian very proud, when she got the award at the annual Scout Awards Ceremony that was held in Mowbray. Jodie (17) is presently in matric at The Settlers High School in Bellville. Mom Jillian still beams with pride as she recalls her daughter’s hectic programme in scouting over the last year. “While the hectic programme for scouting was important to Jodie it in no way distracted her from her responsibilities at school. “She ably serves in a leadership

involvement in service to others and the community. Her skills amongst others include hiking and mapping, camping and cooking, first aid, community awareness projects, environmental awareness and outdoor code, team work and peer leadership. “The brotherhood of scouting develops an understanding and a respect for others,” she says. “The mission of the movement is also to promote a commitment to a code of values which results in selfdiscipline and the development of a member’s full potential that will enable each one to take a meaningful place in society. “Scouting has taken me to many different and interesting places. From Cape Point to Table Mountain, Hout Bay, Muizenberg, Franschhoek, Tygerberg Hill, Lions Head and Cedarberg Reserve. “I have been able to witness countless sunsets, sunrises and aspects of nature’s beauty from all over the Western Cape. Yes, you can

experience this elsewhere but the people I met along the way have made each experience that much more memorable. “Scouting gives you a platform to interact with people your age and together experiencing everything that you do and more. You develop good friendships on a common basis and contacts for life.” Jodie concluded by thanking the members of her family and friends that have helped her with this memorable achievement. “My achievements and all the opportunities I have been granted would not have been possible without the help of God, my parents, my brother Luther and also my scout leaders.” The 1st Belhar Scout Group has a cub and scout programme that takes place at Belvue Primary on Mondays and Fridays from 18:00 for children from seven to 18. For more information call the group secretary on 084 532 9139 or 021 952 2390.

Jodie Layman, making history for the 1st Belhar Scout Group. Photo: Gary van Dyk

Well­fed kids make better learners are distributing at least 300 000 cups of Royco soup and bread per month, especially to children and senior citizens, as well as the thousands of people affected by job losses. Since the feeding programme was launched it has also reached out to communities when disaster and humanitarian relief efforts became necessary. During the course of the year the group will also expand the project into Africa, piloting one truck in Namibia and another in Zambia. At this event in Bonteheuwel Minister Angie Motshekga, South Africa’s Minister of Basic Education attended and praised the group for their initiative. She commended them for the work they do with their mobile kitchen units and emphasised the importance of good nutrition for all South African learners. “Hunger plays a major part in a

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Principal of Nerina Primary Quinton Paulse, left, joins Minister Angie Mot­ shekga, and Pieter de Villiers in handing out cups of soup to learners at the school. Photos: Gary van Dyk

A meal makes a big difference in the life of a hungry learner, but business is coming together to win the fight. Last week the feeding programme of the Shoprite Group to fight hunger and malnutrition countrywide was celebrated with a Ten Million Cups of Hope event at Nerina Primary School in Bonteheuwel. This is a major milestone in the company’s feeding programme to fight hunger and malnutrition countrywide which has now served a total of 10 million cups of Royco soup and bread to help improve the nutritional status of the people of South Africa. The 12 Shoprite mobile kitchen units which have become a familiar sight in those South African communities living on the breadline

child’s ability to learn,” she said. “Luckily we have projects like these where corporates are prepared to make a difference in society with initiatives like this, and we are humbled and grateful that that they are making the effort to help these children, and others who are suffering in poverty-stricken areas. “We are also proud that a company like this is reaching out beyond the borders of our country by expanding to our neighbours. We must remember by helping to make a better Africa, we will ensure a better South Africa.” Former Springbok rugby coach, Pieter de Villers, was also on hand to speak to the learners and dish out some much-needed soup and bread on the day. He encouraged them take advantage of all opportunities that they are given to achieve their best potential.

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community theatre in various schools,” she continues. “Here I encountered the likes of seasoned professionals like Ivan Abrahams, Andre Samuels and Basil Appolis just to name few, on a Theatre in Education road show which gave me more experience in the arts. Not resting on her laurels she has been giving free drama and dance classes at Ravensmead Library and assisting a few primary school learners with a reading programme. Isabel Young the Children Librarian was the one that encouraged her to start this programme. “The library is helping me with books for this project,” says Swartbooi. “Ravensmead Library has a structured community outreach programme that helps to change the mindset of the learners and to show them that there is a way out of poverty. “I want to urge parents to help and encourage their children to read and join this kind of programmes so that their children will flourish both academically and in the extramural activities.” Lendy is currently an assistant librarian at Durbanville Public Library.

Lendy Swartbooi is the daughter of renowned poet and playwright, the late Leonard Koza, and it seems that that legacy in the arts is continuing as she is making her mark on the local theatrical scene. Influenced by her father she started writing plays and poetry while she was at Ravensmead High School between 1998 and 2002. This year as part of The Ubuntu Community Theatre organisation which she co-founded with Dominika Jablonska, she auditioned one of her plays for the Zabalaza Theatre festival that took place at the Baxter in March. “My play, Mommy, I’m in Heaven, which I also directed, was performed at the festival and the script was nominated for one of the best written scripts on the fringe productions,” she said proudly. “The other notable achievement was that one of my drama learners, Lucricia Valentine, won an award for the best newcomer at the festival.” Swartbooi graduated from New Africa Theatre Association in 2004 where she was lectured by Abduragman Adams (currently teaching drama at the University of Stellenbosch). During this time Adams encouraged her to pursue acting further and helped her to enrol at the University of Cape Town in 2005. Here she was further nurtured by another legend of SA theatre Thoko Ntshiki and graduated in Performing Arts in 2008. “After graduating I worked for the Universi- Lendy Swartbooi (left) with members of her group that took part ty of Cape Town teaching in the festival at the Baxter in March.

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Students’ eyes opened Students and staff of Prestige spot where they would dish up honour working with Meals on Academy recently accompanied food to the people. “While our stu- Wheels. Their passion and comMeals on Wheels staff on one of dents found their spots, the resi- mitment to serve the community their community outreach ac- dents from the area started to line is outstanding. We can’t wait to tions. up for their meals,” Liezl said. work with them again,” she said. Residents of Bellville South Within 30 minutes everyone A student’s comments tell it all: were at the receiving end of a was enjoying the hot cooked Student Representative Council warm meal on this day. meal. chairperson Pauline Cloete said “As we headed off to Bellville Liezl said on their way home as young people they should open South the students were singing students commented that this their hearts and pockets to those and laughing as they were excited was by far the most humbling and in need. about what was to come, eager to eye-opening experience to date. Contact Liezl on 021 949 5036 or help but not really knowing what “It was a great pleasure and liezlm@prestigeacademy.co.za. they let themselves in for,” said Liezl Meyer, student advisor and marketing executive of the academy. “On arrival students were instantly taken aback by the poverty and circumstances that people from this area live in. While waiting for Meals on Wheels to arrive, the students had the opportunity to absorb the vibe of the environment through all human senses,” Liezl said. Meals on Wheels arrived with buckets of rice and stew, ready to serve the community. Students dish up meals during a community outreach in Bellville South. The stu­ Students were as- dents are Pauline Cloete, Kristyn Röhm, Henau Hellmuth and Jan­Hendrik Fourie. signed to a specific Behind them is Ujama Swartz.

Empowering girls to change mindsets GARY VAN DYK

An organisation in the community wants to empower young girls to take control of their lives. The Black Canvas Youth Development Organisation is inviting community youth organisations, schools, churches and other interested parties to call on them to host a special workshop for young women. Melanie Rutgers is the director of the programme and she wants more girls to take part in the TLC 4 Me workshops which are informative, fun and innovative to empower them and break negative cycles in the community. She explained that the idea for the project derived from a conversation that she was having with her daughter about the challenges young girls are faced with in society. “A few years ago, my son and daughter represented the Nelson

Young girls enjoy some of the fun activities at a recent TLC 4 Me workshop. Mandela Foundation Junior Government,” she says. “My daughter was deputy speaker and my son was the first speaker for the opposition. During this time they participated and debated many issues that affect our youth. “When the process was over they wanted to help make a difference and that is how the conversation to

help girls started.” Rutgers has 26 years’ experience of working with problems related to women in various areas, and how it affects girls in all communities. “However, I do believe that with early intervention we can assist and empower our youth to make better choices and break cycles that

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“We worked with young women at risk from communities all over the Cape Metro and during these years I found that these young women needed more than hard skills alone. They needed to heal and develop skills that aid them to move to the next level whilst becoming strong women which helps them break negative circumstances that have beset their generation since childhood.” She added that at Black Canvas their hope was to change and shift the mindsets of young women regardless of their current situations. “They need to know that they still have the divine power to change who they are in the situations they are faced with. “The workshops we hold deal with activities ranging from feminine hygiene to eating disorders. “Our workshops are fun, innovative and informative.” Rutgers can be contacted on 079 513 4498 or 021 902 0867.

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Make your passion into a great career Some of us know our passion almost from birth. Others need some help in finding theirs. Whichever way, it is crucial to find our passion and to follow it, says Natalie Rabson of Boston City Campus and Business College, if we want to attain happiness and success. We know more or less what we are good at and what we enjoy doing, but the challenge lies in finding a career where our talents, abilities and passion can be combined. Careful career investigation should reveal there are a few careers which fall into that category. So how do we choose a single one from the myriad of choices? That is where, according to Rabson, outside help is useful. “Advice from teachers and parents is helpful as they know us well. In addition, we should get the objective opinion of someone who is professionally trained in career guidance,” she says. “Most universities and colleges assist prospective students in choosing a field of study best suited to them. “Boston City Campus and Business College offers a uniquely designed career guidance programme to learners who need to choose a career as well as to those who want to make a career change.” Aptly called Career Compass, the programme is available free of charge and with no obligation to enrol for a course at Boston City Campus and Business College. The programme provides basic information about a wide range of careers – what they encompass as well as the requirements in terms of qualifications, skills and personality traits. It also provides information

on the various work opportunities that are associated with each particular career. The personal component of Career Compass entails meeting one of the in-house career advisors at Boston for a face-to-face consultation. Appointments can be arranged at any of Boston’s 48 branches countrywide. When a learner struggles to decide between shortlisted options, an advisor can provide objective advice – something which parents are not always able to do. “Career Compass was launched due to our experience with learners who made ill-informed career decisions,” Rabson explains. “We saw the need for such a community service and have been offering it free of charge nationally for the past few years. “While a compass serves to point the correct direction to travellers, our career compass programme aims to assist people, especially matriculants, in finding career direction so they can enrol for studies best suited to their abilities and future aspirations.” Career Compass provides the necessary information and guidance, but learners themselves must make the final choice regarding what and where they’d like to study, in consultation with their parents or employers. “You may start investigating a career in computers and discover that you prefer a customer care environment where computers are used, such as a call centre,” says Rabson. Boston City Campus & Business College offers over 80 dynamic career qualifications. Contact Boston on 011 551 2000, email info@boston.co.za or visit www.boston.co.za.

Siyabulela Yekani, Nasiphi Ntozimbi, Mandilakhe Maci and Snazo Kwinana of Bloekombos Secondary School in Kraaifon­ tein competed in the first round of the inaugural HIP2B² 3M Innovation Challenge.

Encouraging more of SA’s young innovators Grade 10 learners from 25 disadvantaged Western Cape communities will compete for the coveted title of South Africa’s Top Young Innovators against learners from KwaZulu-Natal and Gauteng in the inaugural HIP2B² 3M Innovation Challenge. In the Western Cape, the challenge kicked off at Spine Road High School in Mitchells Plain on Monday 14 May. Here, learners from Bloekombos and Wallacedene Secondary Schools in Kraaifontein joined more than 300 other Grade 10 learners in the first round of the challenge. Backed by the department of education in each participating province, the challenge is the brainchild of HIP2B² and innovative multinational technology company 3M, and focuses on improving everyday life through innovation. Since 2002, non-profit youth organisation HIP2B² has built a brand that works to stimulate young minds and interest them in science, maths, technology and entrepreneurship. Participating learners in these events are then invited to enter, in teams of two, their own innovation. They are tasked with identifying a real problem that affects them, their family or community – from how to simplify everyday chores to how to stay safe – and proposing a solution

using the application of science and maths. Through 3M’s involvement, the learners will be exposed to the stories behind the company’s many innovative products that touch and enhance every life, how an idea progresses to market and the kind of thinking that makes 3M a leader in innovation. Five finalist teams will be selected by a judging panel of representatives from HIP2B², 3M and other industry experts with a science or technical background. Leading up to the final round, the finalists will have the opportunity to job shadow within industry during the September school holidays and to present their projects and prototypes to a mentor for input and guidance. Throughout the programme, learners will also be exposed to science and engineering related careers, encouraging them to choose and work hard at these studies, which could lead them towards these professions. Thereafter they will return to 3M headquarters in Johannesburg on 18 October for the Innovation Challenge Final, where judges will award one team with the prestigious title – SA Young Innovators for 2012. Said Serita Esselaar, 3M corporate manager: “The need for a skilled technology workforce is particularly great in South Africa, and can only be addressed through creating a cul-

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Depressie kan met EKB verbeter Daar word beraam dat een uit elke vyf Suid-Afrikaners aan ’n geestesongesteldheid ly wat erg genoeg is om sosiale, werks- en gesinsfunksionering nadelig te beïnvloed. Behalwe die ekonomiese impak van hierdie toestande, is individuele lyding, en verbrokkeling van huwelike en gesinne dikwels die gevolg, lui ’n persverklaring wat deur die mediese fakulteit van die Universiteit van Stellenbosch uitgereik is na aanleiding van Bipolêre Bewustheidsdag wat op 26 Mei was. Depressie en bipolêre steuring word gewoonlik behandel met behulp van voorgeskrewe medikasie en psigoterapie. Daar is egter gevalle waar pasiënte nie reageer op hierdie behandelingsmetodes nie. Vir sulke pasiënte kan elektro-konvulsiewe behandeling (EKB), of elektriese skokbehandeling soos dit in die volksmond bekend staan, oorweeg word. EKB kan lewensreddend wees en het al dramatiese resultate opgelwer. Dit werk dikwels wanneer ander behandelingsmetodes onsuksesvol is. Daar word geskat dat tot 70% depressiewe persone wat EKB ontvang, gunstig daarop sal reageer. EKB word reeds vir dekades gestigmatiseer en is deur die media voorgehou as wreed en barbaars. Vandag is dit steeds ’n prosedure wat vrees inboesem, hoofsaaklik as gevolg van onkunde. In die 1940’s is hierdie prosedure son-

der narkose uitgevoer. Vandag is die pasient egter glad nie wakker tydens die prosedure nie en onthou hy/sy ook geen pyn of ongemak daarna nie. Tydens die prosedure word ’n klein beheerde elektriese stroom deur die brein gestuur in ’n poging om ’n kort periode van onreëlmatige breinaktiwiteit te bewerkstellig. Dit duur ongeveer 40 sekondes. Hierdie stroom veroorsaak sekere veranderinge in die chemiese stowwe in die brein, soortgelyk aan wat medikasie doen, net baie kragtiger. In ’n klein studie wat gedoen is deur navorsers by die Universiteite van Aberdeen en Dundee, Skotland, is bevind dat daar na EKB ’n afname was in verbindings in breinareas wat te make het met depressie en kognitiewe funksie. Dit het ’n verbetering in depressie teweeg gebring. EKB word gebruik wanneer depressiewe of maniese pasiënte nie goed reageer op medikasie nie, ’n hoë selfmoord-risiko is, of psigoties is. EKB is dikwels dan die vinnigste en beste behandeling beskikbaar. Die keuse om EKB te ondergaan moet openlik met die pasiënt en/of familielede bespreek word. . Kontak die Geestesgesondheid-inligtingsentrum van Suid-Afrika (GGIS) vir meer inligting by 021 938 9229 of besoek www.mentalhealthsa.org.za.

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Hats off as we arrive home safe The death toll on the Western Cape’s roads has been described as “a massive improvement” in comparison with last year’s statistics. Transport and public works minister Robin Carlisle recently released the fatality statistics for 2012 up until April. A total of 107 deaths were recorded for April, five more than the same period last year. However this time around, April contained two long weekends instead of the one of last year. This year’s fatality figures are the lowest they have been over the last five years. Every year since 2008 a drop has been experienced in comparison with the previous year. Between January and April in 2008, 562 deaths were recorded, in 2009 this number was 537, in 2010 it was 502 and last year 487 were recorded. Hats off to Carlisle, the driver of the province’s Safely Home campaign, as it seems the campaign has the desired effect. Last October Carlisle announced that behavioural changes were brought about by this campaign. This campaign has resulted in the saving of no fewer than 773 lives! The campaign is aimed at reducing the number of fatalities by 50 percent by the end of 2014. It seems very possible that this might be reached, as the programme has led to a 27,6 percent reduction in just under three years.

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Die Here is my krag en my beskerming. Hy het tot my redding gekom. Eksodus 15:2

We ask why things are falling apart As a very young person my parents, family, neighbours, Sunday School teachers, school teachers and the public, whether private or departmental, taught us the great value of respect for oneself and most of all for others. Whatever culture we are attached to the practice of respect was fundamental and regarded as the root or anchor we can rely or depend on to be successful in our relationship to our religion and our very existence. I remember that the topic of sex was taboo and kept under wraps and when you were finally exposed to that privilege you were in control of your urges and rape was a rare occurrence. Discipline was practised in every stage of a person’s life because if a person stepped over the line relevant sanctions in many forms were executed or set in motion to rectify ill discipline. The biggest compliment that was practised was respect for one’s parents (the only commandment from God with a promise or condition attached was “Honour your mother and your father” so that you may have a long life and it will go well with you) and other persons no matter their status in all spheres of society. These days we have reported and unreported rapes on a daily basis and society wants to know why is this happening and are looking for answers to find a cure for this scourge. Logic tells me we are not going to find this in wayward DNA or forensic or scientific tests. No, look for the cause in what you are allowed and exposed to see and hear in general. Sex in whatever disguise advertised is

going to result in urges. Those scenes and sounds we are exposed to have to find sexual release and God forbid the first person irrespective of race, gender, age or mental levels that falls into the hands of such a charged up predator, rape is going to be the result. We tear our hair out and rant and rave if we see and hear about how our society struggles to control ill discipline. We search for answers as this has consequences and we ask ourselves where did our well serviced guidelines fall off our road trip with all its warning signs in life’s journey. Some of us think that the naked art work of our president is justified, this man is our chosen leader and we have to respect that we have chosen Mr Jacob Zuma as leader of South Africa. When we look at the above we are legally reminded that ignorance of the law is no excuse. We do have constitutional rights but is there a limit to that rights or can we pose a legal question without getting emotional or too patriotic? Is there still grounds to reverse rights that are causing us to behave criminally or cause extreme negative results to the majority of us. In our relativistic world popular habits and cultures constantly challenge biblical values and therefore we have to live such a godly life that we must ensure we can distinquish between what is good and what is evil. I end off with scripture from God’s Word. “Woe to those who call evil good, and good evil - Isaiah 5 verse 20. KEITH ALFRED ADOLPH BLAKE Email

People are always talking bad about Home Affairs. Well, I just want you to congratulate the Bellville branch for excellent service. My parents visited them to apply for passports as they are planning to visit their first-born grandchild in Taiwan later in this year. They applied for their passports on 17 April and thought they would probably have to wait at least six weeks to receive them, but they actually received an SMS on 30 April to inform them they are finished. They went to fetch them on 3 May. This is certainly a positive to take forward in South Africa. This department is not so pathetic after all. If you see some good service, please don’t forget to smile and appreciate it. Too many people are miserable and blind and only see the bad side of things. Maybe we can have a space in the newspaper where people can be congratulated on good service in the future? RAYNO LOURENS Email

Teleurgesteld in poskantoor Ons steier onder misdaad en bedrog en verwringing van feite en die ergste is dat hierdie effek nou ook ons kleinkinders en vriende in die buiteland raak. Op 12 en 19 Maart pos ons ses pakkies by ons plaaslike poskantoor na die VSA. Die totale posgeld beloop R1 505,10. Dit is verjaardagpakkies aan kleinkinders. Van die ses pakkies het net vier hul bestemming bereik. Dit is die eerste keer in twee jaar wat ons van ons plaaslike poskantoor se diens gebruik maak. Op 8 Mei het ons drie pakkies van Tygervallei se poskantoor gepos en almal het hul bestemmings bereik. Waar is die fout? Hoe verduidelik ons dit aan kleinkinders wat wag vir hul verjaardagpakkies? Dit is hoe dit in dié land gaan. Daar is net eenvoudig geen sekerheid nie, terwyl ons steier onder posgeld. Ons is uiters teleurgesteld en hartseer oor die toedrag van sake. ONTEVREDE Durbanville


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Bean there, taught that... Miss Earth South Africa, in association with ent was awarded one of Claudia’s delicious Consol, recently visited Goeie Hoop Primary green cupcakes. School in Bellville to facilitate the planting The girls recently returned to help the of beans in glass jars. children re-plant their beans into soil. The jars were given to each of the 125 Regional finalists across the country will Grade 4 learners. Members from the Consol now embark on greening projects around the Bellville factory joined the finalists and country. This project will see children nalearners at the school. tionwide taught about the importance of inWestern Cape regional finalists, Nayha, digenous trees. A hands -on planting session Claudia, Kreshenke and Lara followed Ella will see hundreds of trees planted during NaBella’s lead, helping the children through tional Environment Week from Monday 4 each step of the process and learning how to June to Friday 8 June. conduct their own school visits. Follow the regional finalists’ progress on Ella Bella is the Miss Earth South Africa the Miss Earth South Africa Facebook page. educational officer as well as the UNEP youth ambassador. She stressed the importance of caring not only for the beans but for the environment at large, and each girl shared a green tip with the children. A green quiz ended the session, in which each enthusiastic respond- Learners of Goeie Hoop Primary School with their bean jars.

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Orkestekonsert ’n hoogtepunt by sentrum Byna is een van die belangrikste konserte van die Musieksentrum Hugo Lambrechts in Parow deur die Bokke en Rose in die wiele gery. Gelukkig is daar altyd mense met blink planne. Die Hugo se orkestekonsert, waar al die verskillende orkeste in die indrukwekkende ouditorium by die sentrum in Pictonstraat optree, gaan op Saterdag 9 Junie om 19:30 begin. Dit is om konsertgangers die geleentheid te gee om eers die rugby tussen die Bokke en Engeland te kyk voor die konsert ’n aanvang neem. Die jaarlikse orkestekonsert is gevestig as een van die hoogtepunte op die sentrum se jaarprogram. Naas die studente se formele onderrig op hul gekose instrumente, word van almal verwag om ook binne orkesverband ondervinding op te doen, sê sentrumhoof Leon Hartshorne. “Die resultaat is dat by minstens dié een geleentheid per jaar, speel al die studente en hul onderwysers sy-aan-sy saam – ingedeel in vyf strykorkeste, drie blaasorkeste, ’n saamgestelde orkes van al die sentrum se ontwikkelingsprojekte (vir studente uit benadeelde gemeenskappe) en met die simfonie-orkes as grand finale.” Op die program is gewilde werke van gevierde komponiste soos Dance Bacchanale (C. Saint-Saens), Suite for Strings (J Rutter), Gabriel’s Oboe, uit The Mission (E Morricone), Pirates of the Caribbean, uit The Curse of the Black Pearl (K Beddelt), Elizabeth, The Musical (verwerking J de Meij), The Phantom of the Opera (A Lloyd-Webber), Journey to the Lions Castle (R Galante), om maar ’n paar te noem. Dit is wenslik dat sitplekke vroegtydig bespreek word, by die sentrumkantoor in Pictonstraat, Parow, of per telefoon by 021 939 9105 van 10:00 tot 18:00 op skooldae. Kaartjies kos R50 en R20 per kind.

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Jonita Pasjar, senior ad­ vertensie­verteenwoordiger van City Vision, is onlangs aangewys as WP Koerante (uitge­ wer van TygerBurger, City Vision en Blits), Die Burger en Son se Bemarker van die Jaar. Die toekenning is aan haar oorhandig tydens ’n gala­geleentheid op die plaas Bon Esperance, net buite Stellenbosch. Foto: Carina Roux

City set for Afro­Cuban concert Top Cuban jazz musician, Roberto Fonseca, and local jazz icon, Jimmy Dludlu, will be teaming up in two special AfroCuban concerts in Cape Town this weekend. Hosted by the City of Cape Town and Shado Twala of Black Olive Entertainment in support of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, the inaugural jazz fusion concerts will be held respectively in the St George’s Cathedral and the Cape Town City Hall. Both concerts on Friday and Saturday start at 19:00. As part of this Cuban/Cape Town cultural exchange, the musicians will present a workshop at the City Hall for young emerging jazz musicians from the Western Cape on 3 June. “These concerts will launch the ‘Sound Bites’ series of musical events aimed at raising funds for the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital which is due to open in 2014 in Johannesburg. Part of the proceeds of the cathedral concert will go toward the church’s roof repair fund,” says Twala. Fonseca will be launching his new album, YO, that is dedicated to Africa, at the Cape Town concerts. Jimmy Dludlu has been hailed as one of SA’s hottest jazz talents. His skills, not only as a guitarist, but also as an insightful composer and arranger, underline the music he creates on stage with his outstanding style. His latest album Tonota recently won this year’s SAMA for Jazz Album of the Year. South African painter Nico Phooko will join the musicians at both concerts to express his musical impressions on canvas. Tickets cost R300 each and are available at www.webtickets.co.za or at webticket kiosks at Spar supermarkets. WIN! WIN! WIN! . Two TygerBurger readers can each win double tickets for the show on Saturday. Visit www.tygerburger.co.za before 11:30 on Thursday to enter.

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Jazz opening doors for young muso GARY VAN DYK

The joy of jazz is taking a young musician to making musical magic across the world. When 22-year-old guitarist Mark Williams steps onto the Artscape stage as part of the annual Youth Jazz Festival on Saturday, it’s all part of a journey that started in Mitchells Plain, and continues to prestigious festivals in this country and across the world. This journey has also empowered this young man to rise above rampant temptations of crime and gangsterism in communities, and he is now an inspiration to other youngsters in the community. While he confesses that he could play the basics since he was nine, the jazz bug started biting when he heard about some of the rising young players on the scene. “There were young cats like Jonathan Rubain, Julius May and others who were not much older than me, but they could play some incredible music. “Through them I started to listen to the older generation of play-

Mirror, who’s best trained of them all? Snow White and the Huntsman is a modern take on the classic fairytale. The movie opens at SterKinekor CapeGate, Tyger Valley, Parow and Bayside on Friday. When the Evil Queen is told by her mirror that in order to remain the fairest in the land, she needs to eat Snow White’s heart, she orders the Huntsman to venture into the dark forest and kill the girl. However, the Huntsman decides to train Snow White in the art of battle. Ray Winstone, Ian McShane, Eddie Izzard, Bob Hoskins, Toby Jones, Eddie Marsan and Stephen Graham are the seven dwarfs, while Charlize Theron, Kirsten Stewart and Chris Hemsworth lead.

Graceful strings: James Grace will be at Die Boer in Durbanville tonight and tomorrow with I love a guitar. R90. Call 021 979 1911 or 083 406 0111 to book. Find out more about him at www.james­ grace.co.za.

ers like Jimmy Dludlu and Alvin band ethics, life skills, industrial 2009. Here I attended some music Dyers, and the international leg- communication, arranging, com- theory clinics and jazz workshops ends like Pat Metheny, George posing and music production. and thus far it is the only formal Benson, getting into the music of “It was also here that I realised training I’ve received and I’m still Miles Davis and John Coltrane that hard work has its rewards striving to learn all there is to and knew that this is what I want- when I was chosen to represent the learn about life and music,” he ed from music in my life,” he said. Cape Music Institute at the Norwe- said. It was only after leaving high gian Music Academy in Oslo in Williams pointed out that Lomschool that he bard and Delreally got into port still play a the serious major role in side of things his life. when he “These two joined the wonderful Cape Music mentors have Institute run been extremeby Camillo ly influential Lombard and in many of my Ezra Delport achievements in 2007. and even my “This was most recent an exciting success such time for me as as being I completed a awarded an ontwo-year line scholarcourse with ship to study training in through music theory, Berklee Colsongwriting, lege of Music. music busi“I am very ness, stage Guitarist Mark Williams, right, gets into a jam with fellow soloist Brendon passionate performance, Hendricks, who has been a member of the Delft Big Band for many years. about what I do

and I enjoy going the extra mile and giving my all in whatever it is I need to do to elevate myself. On Saturday it will be the second time that I am featured on this festival and I am looking forward to performing with the wonderful Delft Big Band again. “You just have to look at this band to see how the music can empower youth from disadvantaged communities. We need more projects like this out there to fight the temptations of crime and gangsterism in our communities.” Highlights in this musician’s career so far include opening for Jonathan Butler on his recent SA tour, various appearances at the Cape Town International Jazz Festival, playing at the Montreal Jazz festival last year, and an extensive tour of Europe last year that included gigs in Switzerland, Portugal, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium and London. The Artscape Youth Jazz Festival takes place at the Artscape Theatre on Saturday starting at 19:30. Tickets are R80 available from Computicket.

Jesse Jordan ‘Ready for the World’ LOUISA STEYL

With two music videos, a new single and a tour on the way, the Jesse Jordan Band is “Ready for the world”. The band released their album, Ready for the World, in January this year at Die Boer, and will soon be releasing their second single off the album, “Galaxy Boulevard”, along with music videos for the title track and the new single. The Jesse Jordan Band has been in existence for about 11 years. The current line-up of Jesse Jordan as frontman on lead vocals and acoustic guitar, Hein Schultz on lead guitar and backing vocals, JP Crouch on drums and Logan Scott on bass, has been together for about four years. They went through a quiet patch when they changed management, but since working with Van Platinum Artist Management, they have been going full-steam ahead. Jesse says the name of the band started that way because it was going to be just a solo project. The name became a brand and

was left as is. All the band members have the privilege of being full-time musicians, but this means that they have to have projects on the side. “In Cape Town it’s difficult to sustain yourself in one band if you are not a top world touring band,” JP says, before adding: “That’s where we are heading.” In July, the band will be heading out on a short tour with Raoul and the Black Fridays. They are planning a bigger tour for summer. A project the band is excited about is the Sunshine Project. “‘Sunshine’ is a song I wrote for my gran who The Jesse Jordan Band. passed away last year,” Jesse says. mothers to fanmail@jessejordanJP explains that the song is about band.com. what grandmothers mean to every. The Jesse Jordan Band will be one. “That’s the message behind the performing on Saturday at Highsong,” he says. lander Sports Bar in Brackenfell For the Sunshine Project, the and at the Rock 44 festival. band is asking fans to send pictures To find out more about these gigs, of themselves with their grand- and others, visit the band’s Face-

Three mediums on show at exhibition A new exhibition opens at Rust-enVrede gallery in Durbanville on Tuesday. Arranged Coincidence is Theo Paul Vorster’s exhibition of original lino cuts and lino prints. Dianne Hessom-Green’s Exodus: Garden of Eden, is a collection of ceramic sculptures, while Like Games People Play is Andrew Munnik’s collection of pen drawings. The exhibition opens at 19:00 and will run until Thursday 28 June. Call 021 976 4691 or visit www.rust-en-vrede.com.

book page or their Website. You can also follow the band and members on Twitter. Their album, Ready for the World, is available through Exact Music, iTunes, at shows and through postal order by mailing sales@jessejordanband.com.

Klassieke konsert gehou Die Con Spirito-musiekvereniging bied op Saterdag 9 Junie om 20:00 ’n konsert in die Welgemoed-ouditorium aan. In hierdie tweede Con Spirito-filharmoniese-konsert vir die jaar, word die Nelson Mis (Haydn) deur die Con Spirito-Filharmoniese-koor en -kamerorkes deur Erns Conradie gedirigeer. Die soliste is Vanessa Tait-Jones (sopraan), Monika Voysey (alt), Nico Holtzhausen (tenoor) en André Howard (bariton). In die tweede helfte van die konsert tree drie welbekende Wes-Kaapse musici as soliste saam met die Con Spirito-

Filharmoniese-kamerorkes op in uitvoering van Beethoven se indrukwekkende drievoudige-concerto vir viool, tjello en klavier Op. 56 met Suzanne Martens (viool) Peter Martens (tjello) en Stefan Lombard (klavier) as die soliste. Alle sitplekke is onbespreek, maar kaartjies teen R95, R75 en R30 (wat ’n gratis program insluit) is by Computicket of lokette by enige Shoprite- en Checkers-winkels verkrygbaar. Kaartjies sal ook van 19:00 af by die deure wees. Skakel 082 571 6712.


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OLD HIGHBURY (Pearl Cresent) PLOT ­ 568ml. R350 000 UITSIG/RAVENSMEAD ­ R395K Neat 3­bedr. home. O.plan lounge + kitchen with b.i.c., stove + oven. Modern full bathr. Garage. Close to schools, shops + transport. WE HAVE buyers for your homes. Please call me, Natalie, at 072 297 4377 for free valuations in all areas.

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Melton Rose ­ Neat and safe 3­bedr. with garage + storeroom. R490 000

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Belhar. Price R365 000 2 beds., kitchen & lounge o.plan, fam. bathr. R7 000 payable to cover your plan & scrutinee fees, electrical meter (Eskom) & water meter (municipality) Please contact our office 021 836 8261 for more information

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DELFT (VOORBRUG) R250 000 ­ 2 bedr., kitchen, lounge, large plot ­ offers welcome. SUNBIRD PARK R350 000 ­ 3 bedr., lounge, kitchen, needs work, big plot. DELFT (ROOSENDAL) R360 000 ­ 4 bedr., spacious lounge, granny flat, garage for 4 cars.

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Neat 3­bedroomed prop. All with b.i.c, fully fitted kitchen, lounge with Jetmaster. Enclosed parking for 3­4 cars. Call CHARLTON 076 644 6697/ 021 696 4114

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ELSIES RIVER R550 000 ­ 3 Bedr. (b.i.c.) in all rooms, lounge, dining r., kitchen, Wendyhouse in the back yard. Near public transport.

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BELHAR ­ R380 000 Beginners house, 2 bedr., lounge, kitchen.

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NEW RELEASE/SOLE MANDATE Bargain buy, some work required. 2 beds., plus study, lounge, kitchen, bathr. & garage. BONUS PLUS: Sep. 1­bedr. flatlet with lounge, kitchen & bathr. Huge plot. PHONE ME OR SMS

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SUNBIRD PARK / KUILS RIVER R645 000

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Don't despise small beginnings! This 2­bedr. home offers you ample space for future extensions. Enclosed yard with carport and lots of paving, but enough space for a garden. 10 min. walk to Blue Downs Mall. Close to transport routes. Web Ref.: 300772619 Bennett van Wyk, 084 564 1688

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R560 000 ­ PLOT R380 000 ­ Facebrick, 3 bedr. with bathr., lnge & kitchen. Also a carport for parking and a big yard. R440 000 ­ 2 beds., bathr., lnge, f,.f.kitch, diningr., gar with toilet & shower. R560 000 ­ Double plot; 942m² near Cape Gate centre. R650 000 ­ 4 beds., en­suite, bathr., kitch, lnge, dining­r., TV­r., single gar as well as carport for 4 cars. Also a g. flat that has a bed, bathr., kitch, lnge & walk­in closet. Contact Heather 083 762 2345 Lindsay 083 584 0741 or visist our website for more available properties: www.pinproperties.co.za

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ELSIES RIVER / THE RANGE ­ R460 000

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RE/MAX Property Associates 021 987 6433 www.remaxpropertyassociates .co.za UITSIG / RAVENSMEAD R395 000 neg. ­ Neat 3­bedr. facebrick home. O.plan lnge & kitch. with b.i.c., stove & oven. Mod full bathr., gar, close to schools, shops & transport. BELHAR ­ R430 000 neg.: Neat & cozy 2­bedr. home. B.i.c. in 1 room., spac lnge., f.f.kitch, bathr., carp. Park 4 cars, b.bars & alarm. Close to UWC, schools & trans­ port. LOUMAR / BELLVILLE ­ R850 000 neg. ­ Large, spac 4­bedr. fam. home with b.i.c., f.kitch with o.plan diningr. Sunny lnge with fireplace. Corner bath, sep. toilet. Dble gar. Lots of parking. Plot size about 750 m². Perfect for the growing fam. Call Habeeb 084 216 9469 / 021 931 9265 Office hrs between 09:00 ­ 17:00 View pictures at: www.abdusprop.co.za


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Woensdag 30 Mei 2012

TygerBurger Ravensmead & Belhar Bladsy 19

‘Slaves’ hit the tar running It was a marriage of fitness and history when close to 4 000 runners laced up for the Jive Slave Route Challenge on Sunday.

Asiphe Skabalanjane broke the tape in the 10km women’s race, while Bulelwa Mtshaei came second, followed by Ursula Frans. Their respective male counterparts were Mathadazo Qhina, Sinethemba Mdzanga and Peter Tsawayo. In the half-marathon, Anthony Godongwana was the first to cross the finish line, while Lindikaya Mthangayi took silver. Sityhilo Diko claimed the last podium position. The top three in the women’s half marathon were Nomvuyisi Seti, Bulelwa Simae and Dianne McEwan. The first, second and third placed runners in the half marathon won R1 000, R750 and R500 respectively, while the top three in the 10km race won R500, R300 and R200. All of the competitors who finished the race received medals.

Hosted in the city centre for the second time, the race saw participants make their way past some of Cape Town’s most significant historic sites, many of which are linked to the slave trade. The host club’s Lion of Africa Itheko Sporting Athletic Club and race founder, Farouk Meyer, could not have been more pleased with the success of the event. “It was way above our expectations,” says Meyer, who adds that “everything went off just great. Even the weather played along”. He is already eyeing the race growth potential. “I think this race can grow into one of the biggest in Cape Town.” Sister community newspaper People’s Post is the print media sponsor of the race. The race has four routes. Of the 3 900 people who took up the Challenge, 1 400 ran the 10km, 1 200 took part in the 21,1km half marathon, 700 did the 5km walk and 600 took part in the 10km walk. Meyer says he was “pleasantly surprised” by the number of foreign participants. “They just couldn’t stop talking about it.” Since race day he has received several positive emails. For the first time the race led competitors straight through the Castle, arguably one of the most famous historical landmarks in the city. Another unique aspect to the event was that a canon doubled as A runner exits the Castle while pushing a specially de­ the starting gun. signed wheelchair.

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The half marathon runners were the first to set off at 07:00. The start of the race was signalled by the firing of a canon at the Castle. Photos: Liam Moses

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B’har amper bo met 14 man hy so byna met die tuisspan afgereken. Valsbaai het met ’n drie in die stuiptrekkings van die wedstryd met 29-27 die knoop deurgehak. ’n Eerste oorwinning ontwyk Tygerberg steeds hierdie seisoen. Ondanks ’n rustydvoorsprong van 17-9 teen Villagers, asook die feit dat Tygerberg met drie drieë teenoor die een van die tuisspan kon spog, moes die Floridapark-span uiteindelik met ’n gelykop-uitslag van 22-22 gediend wees. Bellville, wat Goodwood 38-22 geklop het, is saam met Noordelikes/ Northlink-kollege in hierdie stadium die toonaangeërs in die B-afdeling van die Superliga. (Helderberg het as die ander sterk aanspraakmaker op die titel Saterdag sy moses teëgekom teen Collegians). Bellville en NNK (wat Brackenfell 33-10 geklop het) kom op 9 Junie teen mekaar te staan. Hands & Heart het ’n ietwat verrassende oorwinning van 38-20 oor Pniël Villagers behaal, maar Kuilsrivier kon met 20-28 nie die mas opkom teen Primrose nie.

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Die onoorwonne Durbanville/Bellville het Saterdag met sy sewende agtereenvolgende oorwinning nou beslis beker-aspirasies in die WP se Super-rugbyliga. Die Durbies is ná ’n oorwinning met 26-14 oor die sterk span van Hamiltons tans in ’n wedloop met die Maties gewikkel vir die boonste plek op die punteleer. Maklik het hierdie oorwinning egter nie gekom nie, ten spyte van die feit dat die Durbanvillers in alle afdelings die botoon gevoer het en die meeste aanvalswerk gedoen het. Ná ’n rustydtelling van 3-5 het die Durbies in der waarheid driekwart deur die kragmeting nog 8-11 agtergeloop. Hul harde werk is darem in die laaste 20 minute beloon toe twee verdere drieë Hamiltons se doppie geklink het. Belhar moes (as gevolg van ’n rooikaart-voorval) vir driekwart van sy wedstryd teen Valsbaai met net 14 spelers oor die weg kom – en tog het

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