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Lorenzo Jansen (10), who is blind, touches Arch­ bishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu’s face after thanking him for his present. Photo: Kim Cloete

) ‘You have a big nose!’

Arch brings Xmas joy MARANA BRAND VAN HULSTEYN

“Life is good to me, even if I’m blind.” It was remarks like these from the 22 children at Tygerberg Hospital’s children’s ward that deeply moved Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu during his visit earlier this week. Christmas came early for these children when Tutu and his daughter, Mpho, arrived to hand out presents. Tutu’s laughter rippled down the corridors as he made his way to the children, who were all eagerly awaiting him. “While they are not well, they are still joyous,” Tutu said. He and his daughter handed out gifts such as teddybears, cars and dolls to each child.

Tutu gave his undivided attention to every child, individually shaking their hands, chatting lovingly to them all. Ten-year-old Lorenzo Jansen, who became blind after a miraculous recovery from brain cancer, thanked the Arch for the visit and then asked if he could touch his face. Immediately Lorenzo commented: “You have a big nose!” He moved his hand to his head, and said excitedly: “And a ‘bleskop’!” at which Tutu laughed delightfully. Lorenzo, who now attends the Worcester School for the Blind, told Tutu he wants to play the guitar one day and would love to receive a guitar for Christmas. Tutu was clearly moved by his warmth and laughter, saying he had “a fantastic spirit”. Lorenzo’s aunt Annelien Baartman, said it

was “an absolute honour” to have had Tutu visiting the ward. “It was a real treat.” The children, who suffer from various illnesses ranging from diabetes, cancer, TB and respiratory problems, were very excited by his visit. This visit was a highlight of their stay in the hospital which they will probably never forget. Tutu lauded Tygerberg Children’s Hospital, calling it “a wonderful institution”. He said it was wonderful that mothers were allowed to stay with their children while they were in hospital. “I was in hospital when I was three years old after a burn wound. It was traumatic being alone at such a young age. Here the children feel that someone is with them. It reduces the trauma and increases their chances of getting better.” Before he left, Tutu prayed for

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Police need help to solve these crimes Delft Police are investigating a shooting that occurred on Friday 11 November at 9:30 on the corner of Toplands and Heuningbos streets, Roosendal. During the shooting it is alleged that five men from a rival gang were shooting at two opposing gang members, who were not injured in the incident. The police, bent on solving the crime and to avoid revenge shootings, were able to arrest five suspects between the ages of 21 and 26.

They were not able to recover the firearm that was used but their persistence in solving the crime paid off after they interrogated more suspects. This led to the recovery of a 9mm pistol and a magazine with 15 rounds at a house in Bergroos Street, Roosendal. They then also arrested two more suspects aged 18 and 21. The suspects that were arrested earlier are suspected of having gang ties and face charges of attempted murder, the last two sus-

pects for being in possession of an illegal firearm and ammunition. The firearm recovered was stolen in Kraaifontein in March this year. .On 2011-11-17 at 08:45 a passerby discovered the body of an unknown male next to the bushes in the N2 Gateway, The Hague Delft. According to the Investigating Officer, Detective Sergeant Paul Cillier the deceased died as a result of a gunshot wound to the face and blunt force trauma. The male has since been identi-

fied as 25-year-old Bradley Lintnaar from Voorbrug Delft. Police are trying to trace his footsteps until he was murdered. Anyone with information or who can shed light on the crime is requested to contact the Investigating Officer, Detective Sergeant Paul Cillier at Delft SAPS 021 954 9000 or Crime Stop at 086 001 0111. . On Saturday 12 November at about 3:40 police were called out to a scene, opposite 16 Beechcraft Street, The Hague, where they found the body of Denzil Isaacs

(24), with two stab wounds to the left side of his shoulder and the neck. The deceased and a group of friends went to the pub at Belhar Airport Mall and was last seen alive at 02:00 when his friends left him at the pub. Anyone who can shed light on the incident or who may have witnessed the crime is requested to contact the investigating officer, Detective Constable Rodney Andrew on 021 954 9000 or Crime Stop 086 001 0111.

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Volgens die redaksionele beleid van TygerBurger verwelkom ons voorstelle en kommentaar oor die koerant se inhoud en stel ons beduidende foute so gou as moontlik reg. Stuur asb. inligting oor die regstelling van foute in die koerant aan die ombudsman van Media24 se Gemeenskapspers, George Claassen, by george.claassen@media24.com of skakel 021 851 3232 of 083 543 2471. Lesers kan ook klagtes oor die inhoud by die Persombudsman van Suid-Afrika, mnr. Joe Thloloe, aanhangig maak. Skakel in daardie geval gerus 011 484 3612/8, stuur ‘n faks na 011 484 3619 of 'n e-pos na nakhanyim@ombudsman.org.za or

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Black Tuesday for SA? Nelson Mandela once said, “A critical, independent and investigative press is the lifeblood of any democracy. The press must be free from state interference. It must have the economic strength to stand up to the blandishments of government officials.” Almost 18 years after South Africa showed the world that a peaceful transition in government is attainable; we now face the distinct possibility of sliding back into obscurity, if the Protection of Information Bill is passed in parliament. The health of a democracy is often measured by restrictions on media. The days of rotting in jail for upholding one of our most basic rights – the right to know – could become a reality once again. Since 1994, information deemed to be in the public interest were published without fear of persecution. Countless examples of this freedom permeated the press and contributed to numerous restless nights for those corrupted by power. Now we are at the crossroads. The significance of this bill cannot be overemphasised. A free press has played an invaluable role in bringing “untouchable” citizens to justice – Shabir Shaik, Jackie Selebi, Bheki Cele, Gwen Mahlangu-Nkabinde. When sensitive information was leaked in the Apartheid years, the informant and the journalist or editor could well end up in jail, yet despite this restriction, some continued to defy this evil. In that period the country was rocked by a major political scandal involving the department of information, which was allegedly misappropriating State funds for secret projects. A taste of freedom has left us yearning for more. Or in Madiba’s words, “Let freedom reign. The sun never set on so glorious a human achievement.”

Premier Helen Zille talks to Portia Riezenberg whose baby Chloe (9 months) was operated on, on Monday 14 November to fix her cleft lip. They are from Parow.

Putting smiles on little faces MARANA BRAND VAN HULSTEYN

Thirty four children with cleft lips and palates have just received the gift of smiling. They underwent life-changing facial reconstructive surgery from 14 tot 18 November at Tygerberg Hospital as part of “Smile Week”. The hospital, Vodacom and the Smile Foundation joined forces to make this initiative possible. Smile Foundation is an NGO that does facial reconstructive surgery free of charge for children from disadvantaged backgrounds with facial conditions. Through its partnership with academic hospitals in the country, Smile Foundation has helped about 800 children to date. Not only children with cleft lips and palates, but also children with ear conditions, some cranio-facial conditions, and burn wounds were operated on. On Tuesday 15 November, Western Cape Premier Helen Zille met the children who had surgery, as well as their parents. She was joined by Western Cape Minister of Health Theuns Botha.

In her keynote address, Zille said the work done by the Smile Foundation and Vodacom is a great example of how the private sector can assist government in delivering quality healthcare to citizens. “Around 80 percent of the health budget is spent on diseases and injuries that are preventable and often a consequence of lifestyle choices. “This means we do not have enough money to provide care and assistance to people living with disabilities. “The value that Smile Week will bring to the lives of these children, who will be given the opportunity of a future with a higher self-esteem, a sense of dignity and most importantly, full and joyous smiles, is truly immeasurable,” she said. Botha added to this, saying: “I am so proud of this partnership where our hospital staff, specialists and nurses are joining hands with Vodacom towards a future generation of smiles. “This is a project that cannot be bought with rands and cents but is borne out of compassion and goodwill.”


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Skuif lok reaksie die besoek baie goed afgeloop. “Baie van ons gaan soontoe trek, en dis nie so gevaarlik soos mense sê nie. Die strukture is nog nie op nie, maar die plek is baie skoon. Waar ons gaan bly, is reg by die taxi’s en naby die metropolisiestasie daar. Ons het selfs na die winkel geloop. Ons wil net dankie sê aan almal wat ons sover gehelp het. Van ons gaan al 1 Desember trek, en die res kom op 9 Desember.” “Opsigself lyk die strukture nie te onaardig nie, en almal sal naby mekaar wees, maar die area pla my, want ek het nog nooit só gebly nie,” sê nog ’n inwoner, Martie Laidlaw. “Ons moet teen 9 Desember uit, maar ons strukture moet nog gebou word. Ek ly so aan depressie, en ek wil heeltemal van my kop af raak. Dit lyk soos ons grafte wat daar vir ons wag. Ek wil nie uittrek nie. Ag jinne.” Volgens Martie soek sy moontlikhede elders. “So baie mense rus op hulle louere, en ons moet hierdie ding alleen aanpak,” sê sy. Chris Smal, ook ’n inwoner, sê hy en sy vrou werk, maar kan nie ’n huis of woonstel bekostig nie. “Daai plek is nie vir my vrou en kinders nie. Ek slaap nie eers meer nie, veral as die polisie by die hek al vir my sê ek moet asseblief versigtig wees,” sê hy.

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Inwoners van Karavaanpark in Ruyterwacht het verskillende gevoelens oor die skuif na Delft. Dit volg nadat hulle Donderdagoggend die kans gekry het om Blikkiesdorp in Delft te besoek. Die besoek is deur die provinsiale departement van vervoer en openbare werke gereël nadat dié departement ’n saak teen die informele nedersetters gewen het om die grond te verlaat. Deon Gardener en Bernard Petersen van dié departement het inwoners vergesel en hulle is deur Shane Hindley (senior bestuurder vir operasionele grondbestuur vir die departement) en amptenare van die Stad Kaapstad, wat betrokke is by die bestuur van Blikkiesdorp, daar ontmoet. Inwoners is Maandag 14 November deur Shane en amptenare besoek om te verseker hulle weet van die hofbevel, asook die kans om Blikkiesdorp te besoek, sê Robin Carlisle, minister van vervoer en openbare werke. Hy sê verder inwoners is die presiese plek gewys waarheen hulle geneem sal word, sowel as strukture wat soortgelyk is aan dié wat vir hulle opgerig sal word. Volgens ’n inwoner, Bridget Kuhn, het

Tourney for late chair Meltonians Sport Club of Clarke Estate is hosting a soccer and netball tournament this weekend in memory of the late chairman Llweellyn “Wakkie”Perrang. Teams that want to enter the tournament can contact Marlon Fortuin on 078 733 66780 or Soraya Roberts on 074 472 1029, email marlonfortuin@gmail.com.

Katie Sylvester maak vir Candida Sylvester (mid­ del) en Gabriella Bester (regs) mooi vir hul besoek aan Blikkiesdorp in Delft. Inwoners van Karavaan­ park in Ruyterwacht het Blikkiesdorp in Delft be­ soek voor hulle teen 9 Desember soontoe geneem sal word. Lees berig op bladsy 2. Foto: Lynne Matthysen

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‘Abused to death’ of cruelty and abuse. The horse was found after a patrol inspector of the association received an urgent call from a Freedom Farm resident, informing her about a horse lying down in the field behind his property. “On arrival, she was totally unprepared for the shocking scene,” White said. The horse was immediately injected with a strong painkiller and the inspector requested help from three bystanders to carry him to the horsebox. En route to the Epping Clinic, the association’s consultant veterinarian was called to assist and treat the horse. The vet stated the condition of Mr Lonely was likely caused by human cruelty and abuse, and that the prognosis was poor. White says witnesses stated they had seen Mr Lonely pulling a cart driven by the owner and two youths over a period of three days. “They had been driving recklessly around the farm for long periods, beating the horse with a stick and a rubber hose.”

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A horse owner, charged with contravening the Animal Protection Act in what is described as one of the worst cases of animal abuse in many years, was granted R3 000 bail in a Bellville court last week. The wounds on the horse were so extensive the animal couldn’t stand. The animal, named Mr Lonely, was dehydrated due to fatigue and in severe shock and trauma. He was lying prostrate on the ground, partially covered by a blanket, his testicles badly swollen and with open welts. The horse couldn’t stand as his hindquarters were giving way and he died shortly after being found. Megan White of the Cart Horse Protection Association last week said the association will call for the maximum sentence to be imposed on the owner and another two adult males from Freedom Farm. They appeared in court on Friday 17 November on charges

Successful raids for police Border Police, stationed at Cape Town International Airport seized a huge total of drugs at the Cape Mail Post Office in Elsies River on Friday. During a routine check at about 8:00, they seized the following drugs hidden in packages to be delivered: . One box wrapped in gift paper containing 2,1 kilograms of compressed dagga valued around R3 500. . Two tiny plastic bags containing 46 grams of heroin, wrapped in one small white envelope valued around R9 000. As yet there have been no arrests for these confiscated drugs.

In another unrelated incident in the Blackheath, Kuils River area on Friday, Western Cape Flying Squad once again proved to be a crime fighting force to be reckoned with. They followed up information of a white Rustler LDV (bakkie) that was illegally transporting abalone. At about 12:00 the vehicle was spotted in the Blackheath Industrial area and it was stopped and searched, during which they found 1497 unshelled abalone. They arrested the driver, a 39-year-old man from Somerset West. Inside the premises the members arrested two Zimbabwean nationals, both 23 residing in Blackheath.

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Dié heldin gee om vir diere

Room van oes by ‘Bakgat’

DESIREÉ RORKE

Daar is min dinge wat meer “bakgat” is as ’n lekker musiekkonsert. En wanneer van die land se voorste kunstenaars die verhoog vir vier ure deel, is daar geen twyfel dat dit ’n aand sonder weerga sal wees nie!

Lee-Ann Groenewald is ’n heldin in eie reg, wat met passie die regte van diere bevorder. Lee-Ann, ’n matriekleerling van Hoërskool Brackenfell, is dié jaar deur Pick n Pay met ’n Hero-toekenning bekroon vir haar liefdadigheidswerk in die gemeenskap. Sy is verlede week met R2 000-prysgeld beloon deur die Youth Marketeers van Suid-Afrika. Sy was een van 15 name op hul wenlys, en het R1 000 van haar prysgeld aan die Animal Anti Cruelty League in Kaapstad (AACL) geskenk. Dit was haar wens om as uitruilstudent vir ’n jaar in Europa skool te gaan om meer te leer oor die lewenswyse in ’n eerstewêreldland, maar wou eers seker maak dat die AACL ook baat by die prysgeld. As president van Hoërskool Brackenfell se Interact-vereniging, het sy gedurende die jaar baie aandag gewy aan die werk van die AACL in Kaapstad. “Die organisasie doen fenomenale werk om na verwaarloosde diere om te sien en hulle het al die hulp nodig wat hulle kan kry,” sê sy. Volgens haar is troeteldiere vriende vir mense en kan sy dit nie kleinkry dat soveel Kapenaars hul diere mishandel en verwaarloos nie. Die res van haar prysgeld sal gebruik word om haar eie onkostes te dek om as deel van Rotary International se uitruilprogram ’n jaar lank in Duitsland skool te gaan, waar sy haar matriek sal herhaal om sodoende Duits aan te leer. Wanneer sy terugkom, wil sy haar verder toespits op die belange van mens en dier. Volgens Helen Sadler van die AACL word die nood in Kaapstad al hoe groter, en sukkel die organisasie om by te bly. “As gevolg van die slegte ekonomie ver-

Mariken Schenk van Youth Marketeers, Lee­Ann Groenewald, André Pretorius (skoolhoof) en Helen Sadler van AACL, staan by die reuse­tjek wat aan die AACL oorhandig is. Foto: Desireé Rorke

loor al hoe meer mense hul huise, of moet na goedkoper of kleiner huise trek en los hulle dan hul troeteldiere net so agter,” vertel sy. In ’n onlangse geval het ’n huiseienaar altwee sy honde in sy erf agtergelaat, waar hulle vir twee weke lank by die hek gesit en wag het vir hom om terug te kom, voordat hulle gevind is. Sy versoek troeteldiereienaars wat nie meer na hul diere kan omsien nie, om hulle eerder na die AACL te bring, as om hulle al-

leen te los of op die hoofweg af te laai. “Ons sal niemand wegwys nie,” sê sy. Volgens Sadler is hul hokke oorvol met mooi diere. Baie van die diere is opreg. Sy nooi mense uit om die diere aan te neem. Sy loof ook vir Lee-Ann vir haar barmhartigheid teenoor die organisasie, en sê dat Lee-Ann hopelik ’n inspirasie vir ander jong mense sal wees. Die AACL kan geskakel word by 021 951 3010 of 021 534 6421.

Vanjaar se Bakgat-Someropskop, waarvan TygerBurger die mediaborg is, vind op Saterdag 10 Desember by die GrandWest Arena plaas en die room van die oes gaan daar wees. Op die program is Snotkop, Steve Hofmeyr, Bobby van Jaarsveld en sy band, Manie Jackson, Emo Adams en sy band, Karlien van Jaarsveld, Die Broers, Andriëtte Norman en Andries Vermeulen. Met kunstenaars soos dié gaan selfs die grootste suurknol nie kan ’n Groot gunsteling onder help om op en af Kapenaars, Emo Adams, is te spring nie. ook vanjaar op die verhoog. Kaartjiepryse wissel tussen R150 en R240 en is beskikbaar by Computicket. Kinders jonger as 12 betaal slegs R80 en pensioentrekkers kry afslag. Dis ’n konsert met hart ook – R10 van elke kaartjie word aan Huis Jabes geskenk, ’n veilige hawe vir mishandelde vroue en kinders. Vir inligting, bel Christo Booyens van Bakgat Promosies by 082 895 5093. . WEN! WEN! WEN! TygerBurger het twintig dubbelkaartjies om weg te gee. SMS die woord “Bakgat” na 45527 voor 30 November om ’n kans te staan. ’n SMS kos R1,50. Wenners sal telefonies verwittig word.

Power of the Word is Dance GARY VAN DYK

Dance leaders, Neil and Philider Oortman, back in red garments, with the la­ test graduates. Sitting from left, Monique Gelden­ huys, Gershwin Norman, Chante Petersen. Back from left, Theresa Davids, Margerie Samuels, and Lor­ raine Beukes.

Spiritual dancers flying high GARY VAN DYK

Spiritual dancers in the community are flying high. About 10 years ago husband and wife team, Neil and Philider Oortman, got the calling to form the Eagles Dance Dance academy and they have been growing in strength in the community. They have just returned from the USA where their second group of 10 students graduated. Neil explained that about 10 years ago they started working with young children in Elsies River and Bishop Lavis. “We were really drawn to these young children that were sitting on the corners of the streets while we were going to church every Sunday morning. “So one week we decided to take our music player and instead of going to church, we hosted ‘away side’ Sunday school with the children for an hour. “This was an eye-opener for us when we saw how much they enjoyed it and were eager for more, so we shared Bible stories with them and afterwards began dance classes. “This kept on growing and we were invited to do it in communities across the peninsula but we realised we needed to be more equipped for our task.

“This opportunity came four years ago when we started training via correspondence through an international institute in America. “We did this for two years and finally graduated in the USA in 2009. “Something amazing happened there because we were the only students from Cape Town, and the leaders of the institute approached us and commissioned us to come back home and start equipping anyone who wants to learn more about this Christian dancing, with the opportunity to graduate in the USA. “God has really smiled on us because this year we took our second group of 10 people to graduate there. This year our group was from Delft, Eerste River, Kuils River, Belhar, Mitchells Plain and even Lotus River, which shows how it is growing,” he said. He went on to explain that classes are open to anyone in the Western Cape and even across South Africa. “All churches with dance groups are welcome to register for this international dance course, which starts in January next year with registration for the correspondence course.” For further information they can be contacted on 078 696 5790, 021 952 0463 or email eaglesnandp@yahoo.com.

Ministry in many communities is being done through dance and Parousia Dance Ministries is reaching out to all. Founded in 2000 it is a voluntary community outreach group, proclaiming the Word of God through the beauty and creativity of powerful dance. “Our mission is to make a difference in our community by educating, motivating and helping the previously disadvantaged communities, young and old, to develop their talents,” says founder and director Rochelle Walduck. “Our Message of hope to the community is that they must believe in themselves and the ability that God has given them. You are a vessel full of power, and a treasure from above.” Since starting the group has successfully hosted eight camps from 2003 to 2011, attended by over 1 000 delegates, which in turn gave birth to many more groups, which still operate within their communities. Walduck pointed out that camp delegates

are given the opportunity to present their talents and acquired skills to the community at large at the annual Parousia Dance Mass Production. “Due to the lack of opportunities, support, finances and training resources available for Christian Dance groups, the Parousia Mass Production undertakes to serve as a unique endeavour to allow groups the opportunity to showcase their gained knowledge and experiences. “It also creates a platform for groups to present their talents to the greater community and instil goals, a sense of belonging and purpose to their life,” she said. Parousia embarked on three tours nationally and internationally, where they had been invited to minister and teach dancing. In 2005 they were in Durban, at the TD Jakes Megafest in Johannesburg in 2008, and during September of 2008 they were in Mauritius. This year, a selected group of students from Parousia Dance School took part in the June Holiday Programme, held by the Equilibrium Community Outreach Group.

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On the job: The City of Cape Town recently approved raised intersecti­ ons in Edison Drive in Extension 23 in Belhar to improve road safety in the area. These will be done at the inter­ sections at Her­ schel Street and at Bird Street. Local councillor, Des­ mond Jeftha, is se­ en here with work­ men during the construction of the intersections.

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So says Lundiswa James, the mayoral committee member for city health following an enquiry by TygerBurger about a foul smell experienced by a resident less than two weeks ago. TygerBurger reported on this issue on the front page last week (“Stench of starch irks”). Resident Schalk Burger said the bad smell has been a problem for decades and that many attempts have been made at rectifying the smell. According to James the pump failure on 10 November resulted in off-gasses being emitted directly to the atmosphere, without undergoing odour treatment. The malfunction was reported to the air quality management unit and urgently rectified by the close of business one day later, on 11 November. A closed loop system was implemented at the factory and since the implementation of the system, the City’s air quality management unit has only received one odour complaint and that was from a resident who lives more than seven kilometres away from the factory. James supplied TygerBurger with a complete report about the plant, its activities, the background of the situation and efforts from the factory to control the stench over the past seven years. “The plant processes maize to produce starch and glucose in a process known as wet milling. “Animal feeds are produced from the byproducts arising from the process,” he said. James said one of the by-products is pro-

duced by drying maize fibres and concentrated corn steep liquor in a rotary steam tube dryer. This process results in the emission of gas, known as “dryer off-gas”. The drier off-gas is the main source of the typical cereal odour associated with wet mills around the world. “It is this odour which has given rise to the complaints in the past,” James said. In October 2004, the company indicated they, with the interaction of CPI, the world’s largest processors of corn using similar technology as Tongaat Hulett, have investigated a number of likely solutions to control odour, albeit that none of them has been proved 100 percent successful. “These included process changes, air recycling, lower temperatures, bio filtration, vapour phase ozonation, thermal oxidisers, dispersion from tall stacks and scrubbing,” said James. He said most of these methods have been tried and tested by the company in varying degrees with varying levels of success. In the following year, the factory reported with proof that they improved their odour decomposition station. Witwatersrand University also conducted a volatile organic compound study and trials with caustic scrubbing of the dryer off-gas and modifications to the feed dryer station. When these options proved unsuccessful, the company embarked on a programme of replacing their driers and the steep liquor evaporator to enable a closed loop system, from which a reduced volume of off-gas is bled off to be treated before being released into the atmosphere. The system (approximately three storeys high) had to be manufactured abroad and imported at a cost of R16 million. In conclusion, James said the closed loop odour control system is considered to be the best available method for odour control for this type of application.


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Brand new shoes GARY VAN DYK

Learners in Belhar have more than a good leg to stand on, after getting new shoes last week.

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Gerald Siljeur who said that Symphony Primary also benefited from the donations. “Learners at Symphony Primary got shoes on Tuesday last week and they were very happy to receive these shoes,” he said. “I was glad to help the foundation by going to these schools and identifying the learners who needed shoes because there is a high unemployment rate in the area and many families are struggling. “We should always be trying to help our learners who are in need and having decent shoes on their feet will go a long way in showing them that there are people out there who care about them. Now they must show their appreciation by striving to do their best with their education.” Peters thanked Siljeur for his participation as one of their most dedicated and longstanding facilitators.

The UCT/MRC Research Unit for Exercise Science and Sports Medicine is recruiting volunteers for a study on the effects of chilli on the human body. The aim of the study is to measure the ef-

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Three schools in the area were visited by the Bobs for Good Foundation last week with representative from OUTsurance and 94.5KFm who donated R35 000 that was raised with the annual Gun Run. The students of Accordion Street Primary and Dr Van Der Ross Primary were the recipients of 256 pairs of brand new South African-made school shoes on Thursday. The Bobs for Good Foundation donates quality leather, locally-made school shoes to children in need all over South Africa. “Bobs for Good aims to give the children we benefit hope, pride and dignity, as they walk proudly in their very own brand new school shoes. “It was an absolutely humbling and rewarding morning. Our small team could never have done it without the funds raised from The 94.5 Kfm OUTsurance Gun Run and the enthusiasm and great attitudes of those who helped us,” said Lauren Peters, operations manager of the Bobs for Good Foundation. Another partner in this initiative Gerald Siljeur gives a helping hand to Nathan Albcharu and Kauthar was Local Represen- Beukes from Accordion Primary as Lauren Peters looks on. tative Councillor Photo: Gary van Dyk

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Schools full to capacity With only three weeks left before the end of the school year, schools in Brackenfell, Durbanville, Delft and Kuils River are full to capacity. The Western Cape Education Department is wrapping up its preparations for the 2012 school year, which includes the finalisation of enrolments. Says Bronagh Casey, spokesperson for education minister Donald Grant: “The completion of enrolments for the following school year is imperative, as this determines the number of staff that will be allocated to the particular school, the amount of furniture and stationery required and the number of learning materials such as textbooks.” According to her, this year’s early enrolment campaign has been a success, with high enrolment figures being captured throughout the province. “The greatest demand for enrolment has been in the metro region, with some areas reporting that they are full to capacity,” she says.

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Unemployed women in the community are getting the opportunity to enhance their skills in hair care to empower them. Snippers Hair Academy is continuing its aims of helping these women with a range of beauty courses at its new premises in Cravenby. Edith Collins is heading the academy and for the last few years has empowered women to make a change in their financial needs. “There are always opportunities for people who are skilled in this field,” she says. “Originally we only catered for students in hair cair but we have now expanded to include other aspects in the beauty care field. “These now include a cour- Edith Collins, centre, with some of the ladies completing the se for nail care, and one for Hair Care course at the academy. Photo: Gary van Dyk

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While enrolment has been high in the Eden/Karoo, Overberg and West Coast districts, there is still capacity in some of the schools. “We are expecting around 100 000 learners to qualify for enrolment in Grade 1 next year, and approximately 80 000 in Grade 8.” Bronagh says the department does expect some late enrolments next year, especially involving learners that have migrated from other provinces or have enrolled late for practical reasons, such as family relocation. “We have identified areas where there might be high levels of demand. These include Mitchells Plain, Nyanga, Phillipi, Delft, Kuils River, Langa, Hanover Park, Manenberg and Oudtshoorn,” she says. According to Bronagh there are still parents in the province who have children entering Grade 1 or Grade 8, but who have not yet enrolled them for 2012 . “I strongly urge them to do so now. Given that many of our schools are already full, enrolment at this stage may require some assistance by the WCED district offices.

Die Ware Hooglied Pinksterkerk van SuidAfrika hou Sondag ’n groot byeenkoms om vir die gemeenskap te bid. Die tema vir Sondag se byeenkoms handel oor ’n gebroke nasie, familie en gemeenskap, waar kriminele, geweld, bendes en dwelms groot probleme skep. Die kerk glo vas dat deur saam te span as ’n gemeenskap, verskillende probleme opgelos kan word. Hulle sal van 14:00 af bymekaar kom by Frank Louwpark by Bellville-Suid se taxi-staanplek. Die byeenkoms word ook deur kerkleiers van ander kerke en gemeen-

skapleiers ondersteun. ’n Groot rede vir hierdie byeenkoms is dat die kerk besef het dat daar baie probleme in die gemeenskap is met kinders wat dwelms gebruik, wat by bendes aansluit, vroue wat misbruik word deur hul mans, tienerswangerskappe en armoede wat omstandighede van gesinne beïnvloed. Die kerk nooi almal in die gemeenskap na die geleentheid. Daar sal ook vertonings wees van verskillende gospelgroepe soos BASIC, Bishop Alexander en Rene Nel. Meer inligting is verkrygbaar by evangelis Donson by 074 579 2948/071 873 4990 en ouderling Galant by 072 360 9482.

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KJAV vier sy kwarteeu GARY VAN DYK

Die Kaapse Jeugavontuurvereniging (KJAV) vier sy 25ste verjaarsdag, en glo dat dié vereniging ook in die toekoms sal groei. Op Saterdag 12 November het hulle bymekaar gekom by die Athlone-skool vir Blindes, wat ’n heerlike geleentheid vir die jeug was. Christo Davids (Errol in 7de Laan) was die eregas. Hy het lekker gekuier by die jeug en hulle laat skater met sy stories oor sy loopbaan in die kunswêreld. Barbara Davis, ondervoorsitter van die KJAV, het verduidelik dat die vereniging sy beginsels in laat 1985 en gedurende 1986 vasgepen het toe wyle Neville Haupt as kultuurbeampte van die departement skole in die Skiereiland besoek het met die doel om jeugklubs te stig. “Die uitvloeisel hiervan was dat die KJAV in November 1986 in die Strand in die lewe geroep is. “Ons is nog altyd aktief besig met die doelstelling om ons jeug te verbeter en om as mondstuk vir alle geaffilieerde klubs te dien. “Van ons doelstellings is om opvoedkundige, kulturele en avontuurprogramme daar te stel vir die lede, om jongelinge van verskillende agtergronde en kulture byeen te bring en om kursusse vir jeugleiers aan te bied,

soos seepversiering, decoupage-verf, blommerangskikking, artikels deur herwinning te skep, dans en stokperdjies,” vertel sy. In die verlede was hul hoofbron van inkomste ’n hulptoelaag wat van die destydse departement van onderwys en kultuur ontvang is. “Hierdie fondse is aangevul deurdat geaffilieerde klubs ’n jaarlikse registrasiefooi betaal het. Daar was ook soms fooie gehef tydens die aanbied van verskillende aktiwiteite,” verduidelik Davis. “Alhoewel die vereniging die afgelope drie jaar geen finansiële ondersteuning ontvang het nie, staan ons nie terug in ons doel om die jeug te verryk en voor te berei vir die toekoms nie. Ondanks die feit dat befondsing van die vereniging die laaste paar jaar drasties afgeneem het en ons gebuk gaan onder finansiële druk, poog ons vereniging steeds om diensbaar aan ons affiliate te wees en om die jeug voor te berei om ferm voetstappe tot volwassenheid te neem.” Die skole wat ge-affilieer is by die KJAV is, is Athlone-skool vir Blindes in Bellville (die enigste spesiale skool), Uitsig-primêr in Uitsig, Goeie Hoop-primêr in Bellville-Suid, Riverton-primêr in Bishop Lavis, Wemmershoek-primêr in Wemmershoek, Saxsonseaprimêr in Atlantis en O.J. Erasmus-primêr in Kalbaskraal. Meer inligting is beskikbaar by Davis (021 951 2239 of 083 989 6971).

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Musical delight over weekend GARY VAN DYK

There are some innovative musical grooves coming up from guitarist Wayne Bosch this weekend. On Friday night music lovers will get the opportunity to catch this guitarist from Ravensmead take his talent to another level as he becomes a multi-instrumentalist with his feet also making music. The venue for this innovative concert is the Grace Chapel, Sunderland Street in Kensington where the music will start at 19:00.

Since his very humble beginnings in Mitchells Plain Bosch has grown into one of the most accomplished talents in South Africa and he is a sought after accompanist for some of the countries top vocalists. With this concert he wants to show the world the creative side of his talents as a guitarist and a composer. Featuring with Bosch on Friday is George Werner on keyboards, Jonathan Jacobs on drums, and Heinrich Frans on vocals. More information and booking from Bosch on 083 690 8146 (after 18:00). Tickets are R50, also available at the door.


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HIV message by drama GARY VAN DYK

Tygersig Primary learners are leading the way when it comes to HIV-aids awareness. The school in Uitsig recently hosted an awareness day where learners presented a programme of drama and dance that was enjoyed by fellow learners as well as members of the community who attended. This programme was guided under the auspices of the Cape Heart organisation headed by well-known actors Ivan Abrahams and Andre Samuels.

These two revealed that they were inspired by the learners after spending just 2 hours a week with them for about five weeks before they hosted the awareness day. While Abrahams confessed that he found it challenging, Samuels was excited about the possibilities that it gave to the participants about the talents that they have. “The youngsters energy was somewhat overwhelming but at the same time they have bucket loads of enthusiasm and a willingness to work if one manages to press the right buttons. “What the audience saw was all theirs. We just explai-

ned the concept and asked for three short scenes to fill a 10 to 15 minute slot. On the day they delivered as they acted and rapped their way into the hearts of the learners, their teachers and their families,” said Samuels. Cape Heart has been running as an NGO since 1997 when actors affected by the closure of CAPAB, decided to form a company and continue with the work that was started by the Education Drama Department used to do. More information from their website: www.capeheart.org.za.

These rappers get their message across during the HIV programme at Tyger­ sig Primary School. Photos: Gary van Dyk

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A stand against drug abuse GARY VAN DYK

Get ready for some mirth with meaning when Dennis Stander comes to Bishop Lavis. The Rehoboth Community Worship Centre, and Rehoboth Wellness and Community Project, in conjunction with Dennis Stander, take their stand against drugs and alcohol with the production of One Man Stand at the hall of the Bishop Lavis High School on Sunday. Starting at 15:00, entrance is free and they are inviting all those who have been affected by this scourge in our community to come and see how an

amazing transformation took place in the life of a once tik-addicted Stander. His testimony is powerful; his One Man Stand comedy is lifechanging, and you will be blessed! Dennis Stander was born in the seventies and grew up on the Cape Flats and he embraced acting from a young age by performing in plays at his local church where he found his passion for the stage. Later in life he got caught up with the scourges of society and became enslaved to alcohol and Dennis Stander takes his drugs for years. For more inforstand in Bishop Lavis on mation you can contact Rev. Isaac Harley on 081 483 7261. Sunday.

Die span van die Reik Na Herstel­ondersteuningsgroep wat lyers voor of na operasies besoek. Hulle is Lorraine Mentoor, Cora Swano, Francina Julies, Elsabé Schlechter, Jean Hall, Antoinette Jooste en Maria Malan.

Groep hou jaarafsluiting JANA BEKKER

Die Reik Na Herstel-borskankerondersteuningsgroep het verlede week hul jaarafsluitingsvergadering oor ontbyt gevier. Dié groep vir lyers en vroue in die noordelike voorstede, wat borskanker oorkom het, het ’n span vrywilligers wat lyers voor en ná operasies in die hospitaal besoek. Staats- en privaathospitale in die noordeli-

ke voorstede word deur die vroue besoek. Vir hul afsluiting, het die vroue saamgekuier by Panarotti’s by die N1 Stad-winkelsentrum. Hulle deel alle bronne van inligting met lyers, soos literatuur oor die siekte en die behandelingsopsies, en deel items soos tydelike prosteses, pruike en bra’s aan lyers uit. Elsabé Schlechter, organiseerder, sê dit blyk of die tendens van borskanker aan die toeneem is en juis daarom is bewusmaking baie belangrik.

Ondersteuner Lorraine Mentoor van Ravensmead en Yolande Barry van Uistig by die ontbyt.

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Seventh World Aids Day concert This year’s World Aids Day Gala Concert takes place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) on Thursday 1 December at 20:00. Celebrating its seventh year, this formal dress event, with a touch of red, has a star studded line-up of guest artists that includes the director of this event Jimmie Earl Perry, an international recording artist, actor and the first UNAIDS Special Goodwill Ambassador to South Africa. He will be joined by Dutch X-Factor winner Sharon Kips, South Africa’s pop sensation Vicky Sampson, Eddie Atherton, Wolfgang Riebe, Soli Philander (MC), Mike Campbell Rhythm Orchestra and a host of other inspiring and entertaining artists.

Presented by The Africa Centre for 23rd World Aids Day. HIV/Aids Management at StellenTickets cost R120 and are available bosch University in collaboration through Computicket. with the Western Cape Government (Health), this joyous celebration honours unsung heroes, salutes individuals and organisations who have contributed to the fight against HIV/Aids and also commemorates the Vicky Sampson with Jimmie Earl Perry.

Picnic concert with Nederburg Nederburg wine farm will be hosting their annual picnic concert on Saturday, November 26. The concert will be held on the lawns of the Nederburg Manor House and will feature music by the Cape Philharmonic Youth Orchestra

(CPYO) and the Cape Philharmonic Youth Wind Ensemble (CPYWE), along with Port Elizabeth-based jazz band, MoJazz. The concert starts at 17:00 with the gates opening at 15:00 to allow for people to set up their picnic spots.

Tickets cost R60 for adults, and children under the age of 12 will be allowed entry free of charge. Those attending are requested not to bring along their own wine, as Nederburg wines and soft drinks will be on sale.

Woensdag 23 November 2011

‘We feel free to make the music we want to make’ LOUISA STEYL

They consider themselves free thinkers, but it’s their whimsical quirkiness and simple honesty that makes Since Free very different to the current norm. Bellville band, Since Free, is made up of Ronél van Lingen and Gershan Lombard. Although the pair met four years ago, through mutual friends, they only started performing together earlier this year, Ronél explains that she was approached to put together a musical and started jamming with Gershan for ideas. The two started writing together and as she says: “The songs were actually awesome.” They now gig at least once or twice a week and practise regularly between writing new songs. When asked about their name, Gershan says: “We had quite a struggle to get something. It’s a mindset thing,” he says, adding that they see themselves as free thinkers. “We consider ourselves to be on the path of enlightenment,” Ronél says. “Since we started the band we have been free to make the music we want to,” she says. Both Ronél and Gershan credit acoustic rock, acoustic folk, blues and indie as the influences behind their music. They describe their own music as “melodic, acoustic, alternative, rock”. Ronél explains their writing process, saying that Gershan writes the music. “I conjure up the melody and lyrics,” she says. The two write in English and Afrikaans. “It depends which language the song speaks to me in,” Ronél points out. “We try to keep as positive and open as possible,” Gershan says

Ronél van Lingen and Gershan Lombard are Since Free. Photo: Charley Coetzee

of Since Free’s lyrics. “We acknowledge the not so positive side of life, but mostly we try to enlighten people,” Ronél adds. Gershan says it’s important for them to make their music meaningful. “It’s accessible without being commercial,” he points out. Ronél, who has been writing since she was just nine, explains that she writes songs about her feelings and how she imagines others to be feeling. “I’m an emotional writer,” she states. Since Free, recently recorded their first single, “Cherry Blossom Woman”, which has seen positive feedback from Taxi Radio and Zone Radio, where they have also already been interviewed on air. The band’s plan now is to use money made at gigs to record an EP. They hope to make their music freely available and make money from festivals and shows. Since Free will be performing on Wednesday 7 December at Alma Café and on Monday 19 December at the Barleycorn Club. To find out more about the band, visit their Facebook Page or www.sincefree.com.


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Doen nou aansoek Welsynsorganisasies wat graag hul geldkoffers wil aanvul, word aangemoedig om aansoek te doen om een van 2012 se begunstigdes van die Want ons Kan!-liefdadigheidskonsert te wees. Volgende jaar sal die tiende keer wees dat dié konsert aangebied word. TygerBurger is die afgelope sewe jaar deel daarvan. Sedert die eerste konsert is daar al amper R1,5 miljoen vir plaaslike liefdadigheidsorganisasies ingesamel. Die konsert is in 2003 begin deur drie kunstenaarsvriende, die aktrise Margit MeyerRodenbeck, die akteur en sanger Pedro Kruger en die regisseur en skrywer Hennie van Greunen. Margit se ma het destyds ’n verbete stryd teen kanker gevoer, en is bygestaan deur vrywilligers van die Tygerberg Hospice. Die drie het toe besluit om die Want ons Kan!-geldinsamelingsprojek te begin om op ’n tasbare manier dankie te sê vir organisasies soos die hospice. Organisasies wat in die verlede skenkings ontvang het, sluit in Helping Angels, Huis Jabes, Meals on Wheels, Tehillah, die Filiaskool, Rock a Bye Baby en Badisa. Om in aanmerking te kom as begunstigde, skryf ’n motiveringsbrief waarin gemeld word waarvoor die geld gebruik sal word en hoe beplan word om die kaartjies te verkoop. Stuur die motivering via e-pos aan Hennie van Greunen by henniewtf@mweb.co.za.

Give families a good Xmas Do you have canned goods stacked in the back of your cupboards because the children don’t like what’s inside? Or did you buy more groceries than you needed? Donate it to a worthy cause – there are people who need it. Living Hope, in conjunction with TygerBurger and Fruit & Veg City, will be spreading the cheer with hampers of hope to disadvantaged communities and they need our readers’ help to make it a success. By simply donating dry food items or canned goods, you can spread the Christmas cheer to those who are facing trying times. Living Hope consists of four ministries, Living Grace, Living Right, Living Way and Living Care, each performing a vital role in the upliftment of communities around Cape Town. To get involved is easy: simply drop your donation into any marked box at a Fruit & Veg City store and consider it your good deed for the month. In early December, hampers will be distributed to the communities in need. Start packing – you only have until 2 December to change a family’s outlook on life.

Birth registrations Bosman’s Community Services’ monthly ID campaign takes place at the Elsies River Library on Wednesday 30 November from 09:00. The first application is free, a re-issue is R140 with photo facility available for R20. For photos please do not wear white shirts or T-shirts. This campaign also arranges birth registrations. Call 021 932 0512 or 082 597 3902.

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Focus on maths Mathematics could become more prominent in schools with the establishment of the First Rand Chair in Mathematics Education at UWC. The levels of achievement in mathematics in the final Grade 12 examination are far below that which can be described as acceptable. Furthermore, too few learners are enrolling for the mathematics examination in Grade 12 and some of the consequences of this situation is that a large percentage of learners do not qualify for studies at universities or for positions requiring high levels of skills in the subject. The First Rand Foundation in conjunction with the Department of Science and Technology embarked upon an initiative to address this unsatisfactory state of affairs. They made available four research Chairs in Mathematics Education for which universities in the country had to apply. The main objective of the work of the Chair is to work with schools to improve the quality of the achievement levels in Mathematics in the Grade12 examination, to increase the number of learners who study maths and to develop professional mathematics teacher programmes. The University of the Western Cape has been awarded one of the four Chairs in this field and they will work closely and co-operatively with the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) to add value to the improvement initiatives of the WCED. The First Rand Chair initiative at UWC will work with schools in Langa, Bishop Lavis/Elsies River, and Mfuleni/Strand/ Kleinvlei areas. Professor Cyril Julie is the holder of the First Rand Chair in Mathematics Education at UWC.

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50ml R24

99

Ask for it at the dispensary.

50ml R24

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FOR SUN PROTECTION?

HEALTH ESSENTIALS HERBEX FAT BURN

APPLE CIDER

CAL-MAG PLUS

24

39

Capsules 60

39

99

BETTAWAY FOR WOMEN

Tablets 60

99

Drops 50 ml

SCHEDULED MEDICINE

99

Tablets 30

39

99

Free medical testing Various NGOs get together for free health tests on Friday. The Multi-Sectoral Action Team, a combination of different NGOs that work towards fighting HIV and TB and other health problems in communities, will be partnering with Best Electric for a free testing session on Friday. Starting at 09:00 the testing will be held at the Best Electric store in Voortrekker Road, Parow (near Shoprite). Testing is free and there will also be special gifts with every test.

5999

ADCO-SINAL CO Tablets 20

1699

AP-LORATADINE Tablets 10 PROBIFLORA INTENSIVE

TURBOVITE G-WHIZ

7999

4499

ESSENTIALE Capsules 20

22

BECLATE AQUANASE Spray

99

Capsules 30

Capsules 30

1399

5299

SINUTAB ND Tablets 20

3299

SUPIROBAN Ointment 15g

4899

VALOID 50mg Tablets 10

The prize package consists of: Wedding photographs from Veronique Photography (R7 200); wedding invitations by Little Works (R2 500); save the date invitations by Secret Diary Creative Concepts & Designs (R1 500); wedding shoes and dress from renowned designer Anna Georgina by Kobus Dippenaar (R20 000); hair and makeup for the bride by Spoilt Hair & Beauty (R2 650); a wedding cake from Love at First Sight (R3 000); wedding rings by Linde Collection (R7 000); wedding planning by Nicolette Weddings (R12 000); bridesmaid dresses by Jacoba Clothing (R2 500); venue and catering (R19 000) by Manley Wine Lodge in Tulbach, including decor, food for 60 guests (R16 000); the chapel (R1 500), and honeymoon suite (R1 500).

ADCO-DOL Tablets 100

ARTHROGUARD

ALKAFIZZ

119

29

2 x Capsules 90

Granules 120g

99

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RENU MULTIPLUS 2 x 355ml

8999

1899

A doctor’s prescription may be required for some of the advertised lines.

Big Bay 021 554 0748; Fairbridge Mall,Brackenfell 021 982 2650; Bredasdorp 028 425 2861; Cape Gate 021 981 8509; CanalWalk 021 552 0052; De Grendel 021 559 7403; St,George’s Square,George 044 871 4373; Mossel Bay 044 693 2046; Kenilworth Centre 021 671 0256; Midwell Centre,Durbanville 021 976 2818; Mountain Mill,Worcester 023 347 4763; N1 City 021 595 3404; Paarl 021 872 3349; Sanlam Centre, Parow 021 939 1615; Sea Point 021 434 9655; SomersetWest 021 852 9300; Bayside Centre,TableView 021 556 8591; Blue Route Mall,Tokai 021 713 0547;Westgate Mall,Mitchells Plain 021 374 7738;Willowbridge Atlantis 021 572 8921; Belhar (opening soon); Berg River, Paarl 021 870 1081; Bishop Lavis 021 934 021 914 7049; West Coast Mall,Vredenburg 022 713 3720; Hermanus 028 312 3182. 2363; Blue Downs 021 909 0054; Bothasig 021 559 0786; Eerste River 021 904 5710; Gugulethu 021 638 0658; Khayelitsha Mall,021 364 0642; Lansdowne (opening soon); Kuils River 021 906 0717; Macassar (opening soon); Middestad,Bellville 021 948 6526; Philippi,021 370 2760; Seaside Village Centre,Big Bay 021 554 5037; Somerset West 021 851 2813; Vasco,Goodwood 021 591 8740.

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TygerBurger Ravensmead & Belhar Bladsy 20

Woensdag 23 November 2011

eq u HAIR Uni

UNISEX STYLISTS

Suid-Afrika se gunsteling snuffelgids

WASH & BLOW WASH CUT & BLOW BARBER CUT from

MANDY'S HIRING crockery, cutlery, linen, etc. Contact 073 440 1419 or 021 904 5351

Huwelike VIDEOS & PHOTOS for all occassions. Also VHS converted to DVD. ( 021 694 1755 or 083 2333 509

ADS egskeidings Ons kom na u toe. (021 979 4848 / 082 824 1041

DR SHADIK pay after problem solved " " " " " " " "

Come To Me I Have Your Solutions Financial Problem Bring Back Lost Lover Clear Debts Marriage Problems Win Casino / Lotto Pass Exams Clean Home Any problem you have i will help you R50 Consultation fee Doctors in Bellville Call 079 426 3791

Funksies/ Konferensies

AANKOOP, HERSTEL VAN ALLE YSKASTE PLUS VRIESKASTE Gratis kwotasie. Ons betaal kontant vir werkende of nie­ werkende yskaste + vrieskaste. Alle areas. 021 591 1699/ 084 985 7425

CYNTHIA'S HIRING: Chair covers R3,50. Black chair covers R4,50. Crockery, cutlery and linen. 074 1905 808 / 021 953 1181

Kindervermaak JUMPING Castle to hire, R300 a day incl delivery! 084 6919 893 / 021 534 0054.

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Fotografies/ Video Dienste

TINY LAND BABY NURSERY Enrol NOW for 2012. Limited space available for babies 3 mths to 1 year old. EDUCARE also available for toddlers from 2 to 5 years old. Transport can be arranged. ( 078 784 8375 / 073 766 2981

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Sosiaal en Ontspanning

JUMPING Castles, kids tables & chairs + Gazebos for hire.( 021 930 5282 or 082 202 3495.

CHRISTMAS SPECIAL *Cobble Paving R89m² *Cement brick paving from R122m² *Clay Paving from R180m² Labour and material included Free Quotes 083 727 7686

PRO FIX TV Repairs to all makes of TV's, Plasmas and LCD's. Free pick­up & deliveries. Aerial & DStv installations. 021 931 7616/ 083 294 9931

RK WENDY’S

KONTANT vir klere, skoene, linne, breekware, ens. Ek kom haal. Lorraine 072 249 9482

* SPRING SPECIAL*

FREE LINING AND BURGLAR BARS FINANCE AVAILABLE Secretary needed .. forward CV

Cash - DIY

3x3 - R2 900 3x6 - R3 800 3x9 - R5 500 3x7 + Toilet & Basin - R7 100 3x10 + Toilet & Basin - R8 900

3 ml BOUSAND & KLIP. 021 397 6413 / 082 709 6443 A BARGAIN PAVING SLABS 400 x 400 = R10.50 450 x 450 = R12.50 500 x 500 = R13.95 VIBRACRETE SLABS ­ R25 ( 076 382 6711

(O) 021 905 6219 (F) 021 905 4686 (C) 074 571 0459/ 073 457 6634 rkwendysupplies@gmail.com

Also Nutec and Vib-houses

021 704 3636 021 391 6330

Wendy Houses SPECIAL 6 x 3m, R6 000 CASH 021 393 5475/082 621 4441/

SNOWDON DRIVING SCHOOL Special package available. K53 specialist, Code 8 Learner's and driving lessons. 021 931 4143 / 074 892 6137

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Skoonheid en Gesondheid

HERBALIFE

Lose weight now! Lose 5 ­12 kg in 30 days. 021 952 6887 / 082 738 6805

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WENDY HOUSES VIBE HOUSES & WALLS NUTEC HOUSES GATES & CARPORTS NO DEPOSIT BLACKLISTED WELCOME BELLVILLE: 021 802 6787 073 997 4312 DELFT: 021 954 1008 078 335 6770 071 807 0649 AFTER HOURS: 021 797 6569

AMYS WENDY-5X1 23 11 11 1B5R7X5

K53­DRIVING LESSONS ( 021 933 3681

WENDY­HUISE en voering. 3 x 6 m ­ R5 900 3 x 9 m ­ R8 000 Kontant en afbetaling. ( 021 956­5445/ 073 200 7959

Spyseniering HIRING SUPPLIES. Tables, table cloths, tressles, chairs, chair covers, transport avail. 021 909 5467 / 083 766 1792

A & A HIRING

For all your crockery, cutlery, linen, etc. @ 10c per item. 082 267 7616/021 902 0904

99

Bouplanne

BUILDING PLANS

Affordable, honest & reliable. 30 Years Exp. SACAP ­ Reg. Approval. All hrs: 021 903 8063 / Mike 083 564 7227

ADELAH : Sam / Pies@ R110 per 100. Budget pack @R150. We deliver. (021 376 2506 / 076 450 2910 ALL OCCASIONS CATERING Flowers for all occasions Hiring for all occasions, chair covers, arch and red carpets, Call Jenny 021 952 8535 / 072 906 6063 CATERING DONE: 100 ­ 200 People. Call 021 933 3681

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Bouwerk VIBRACRETE Walls, Paving, Plastering. (021 392 1433 083 539 5478

105

Binnenshuis Dienste BE­SEE BLINDS Vertical and Venetian

Free quotes and installation ( 079 522 5218/939 9512; 083 769 4533 BLINDS, all types. Discount on immdiate orders. For free quotes ( Alfonso 021 934 3674 / 071 574 8102 BLINDS & CURTAINS. All types. Free quotes. 021 371 8627 / 082 516 0030

BUILDING MATERIAL HOME IMPROVEMENTS

(Account Basis Only ) ,Tiling, Paving ,Vibracrete ,BIC's ,W/ Houses ,L/Flooring

6 ­ 60 mnths to pay!!! Ashley 072 371 6000 100

Kamers te Huur KUILS RIVER, Sunbird Park, rooms avail. No children. (021 908 1250/072 255 7574

CARPET & UPHOLSTERY cleaning, 95% dry. Phone 021 905­4529 or 021 905­4247 / 072 832 1388 CARPETS, etc CLEANING 021 592 0626/082 428 7163 CARPETS, etc CLEANING 021 592 0626/082 428 7163

NEED A LOAN No problem, I'll help Anthea 072 086 8029 SAME DAY approval loan up to R35 000 Fax 2 mnth bnk stat, pay/s & id to 0866664811 Call 081 449 6824

SLAPELOOS OOR SKULD? • Moeg vir dreigoproepe en briewe • Ek wil jou help met jou skuld • Slegs 1 paaiement GEEN ADMINISTRASIE!! EN ONS HELP SWARTLYS KLIËNTE  Agnes 082 455 8182 / 021 982 7846

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1140

Elektriese Herstelwerk

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Reparasies/Allerlei

Pool Pump Repairs & Maintenance Contact 071 051 4310 / 021 9518 633 REWINDING OF ALL ELECTRICAL MOTORS. And repairs on washing machines, stoves & microwaves. ( 021 905 3547

WASMASJIENE, yskaste en stowe herstel deur mobiele werkswinkel. ( 074 6082411 021 939 9338

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1 EMERGENCY LOAN Blacklisted welcome. Tel./Fax 021 419 9158 1­2­10 Cash Loans Blacklisted, 5 min. approval, any amount.( 021 762 9079/ 021 696 8028

A BRIDGING loan? Waiting for Pension/package payouts? SMS or send

“please call me”

082 301 7856

IRIS BRIDGE

0860 105 546 A1 CAR PAWN. OF OOR­ BRUG PER FAKS (082 359 2546/021 856 4183

ARE U WAITING

on a Pension/ Provident/ Package / Lumpsum Payout? Cash same day. Sms/Call: Chantal 076 886 7655

BRIDGING CASH while waiting for:

PENSION / PACKAGE

Payout (lumpsum only) Cash same day

PROPERTY DEALS

Tel: 021 949 0930/1/2 EASY LOANS Up to R120 000. Garnishee / B/listed 084 861 8642, 074 770 7291 IMMEDIATE APPROVAL Loans up to R150 000. All + Government + B/listed. ( / SMS Nicky / Rico 084 518 0545 / 021 949 1198

Sakegeleenthede AVON AGENTS NEEDED Start today and receive a free gift for your first six months + commission 15% to 30%. 072 282 3919/ 021 952 3528

Is your house going on Auction? SMS your name and number to 083 700 6164

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DARK 'N LOVELY RELAXER & FREE TREATMENT

MON - THURS

LADINE RELAXER HI LITES + FREE + FREE TREATMENT TREATMENT

MON - FRI

MON - FRI

MON - FRI

MON - FRI

SHOP29 • SHOPRITE PARK• PAROW TEL. 021 939 1985

Algemeen 20 AGENTS NEEDED Table charm ( 021 934 6999 AVON Reps . needed urgently.(071 335 5827 SMS details/Phone after 17:00.

AVON SALES REPRESENTATIVES/ ­LEADERS NEEDED. Full/Part time. CALL RUTH 021 905 1373 or 083 443 1992

AVON­AGENTE BENODIG Begin nou en ontvang 'n gratis geskenk. Vanaf 15% tot 30% kommissie. ( 021 910 2747 / 073 227 1034 AVON­AGENTE BENODIG Ravensmead, Delft, Bellville, Belhar & Bishop Lavis. Kommissie + gratis geskenke. Sms naam en adres na 083 405 0511 of 074 369 8091 AVON­AGENTE GESOEK. (083 885 3126 (na 16:00) Geen "Please call me."

Cleaner

Male or Female with Driver's Licence to clean computers. Wages: R360 p.w. Mon. to Fri. from 08:00 ­ 16:30.

Contact 021 510 4180 Home Care Advanced Home Care Nursing Courses, Hairdressing Course, Free Learner's License, First Aid/Childcare. Full/Part­time. Registe now! ( 021 945 4848 a.h. or 082 965 3224 E­mail: pnat@telkomsa.net

Woonstelle te Huur Eersterivier/Meltonrose 2 slpk., naby stasie en winkels. R3 000 p.m. + dep. Elek. uitgesluit. Tel. 083 725 3504

MON - FRI

R139 R119 R129 R139

401

Eiendomme te Koop

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Geld en Lenings

TINTS

194

079 115 6651 or Office: 021 836 7724

4 TON Truck with driver for hire from R700. 084 397 2144

Jobs done at home 074 364 1842

AHA Burglar Bars & Gates Teen bilike pryse. Tel. 021 933 1647/021 909 3038/ /083 542 1097.

Bonds, second bonds, home improvements, vehicle finance and property. Blacklisted Welcome. For an appointment call :

Vervoer en Berging

Fridge Re­gassing Gas + Labour R150.

Allerlei

LOANS, Business loans

VIBRACRETE­MURE Los materiaal vir "DIY".

(083 330 1625/ 021 905 5727 a.h. *All jobs done at home!!!

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LOANS BLACKLISTED WELCOME! NO ITC CHECKS! UP TO R15 000 Fax: 086 724 5130 084 714 4216 / 071 762 0362

VIBRACRETE EXTENSION 074 321 9215 / 021 820 4384

FRIDGE RE­GASSING (Labour + gas incl. R180)

A.B.

A BETTER BLOCK 190/140/90 BLOCKS, MAXIS, SAND, STONE, BEST PRICES

JUMPINGCASTLES, ballponds, tables & chairs. 021 905 6119 /072 909 1203

Onderrig

ROOF CLEANING & WATERPROOFING (021 9094615/084 0766 500

( 021 905 7820 k.u.

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Boumateriaal

JUMPING CASTLES kids table & chairs for hire. Call Jody 083 744 3022

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ROOF CLEANING & PAINTING. Repair of face boards ( Steven 083 9915 730/ 021 952 2403

TAR AND PAVING 079 289 6737

Klerasie/Skoene

AFFORDABLE JUMPING CASTLE(021 952 7492a/h/ 078 877 1183 Affordable jumping castles 076 233 2954 / 079 120 6047

Contact Mr Campbell 078 222 8510 or 073 047 1484 / 021 952 3417 / 021 952 1399 ALL MAKES & MODELS

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Algemeen

JOU VRUGTESAP

Dagsorg (kinders)

ALUMINIUM windows, doors, b.bars, gates & glass repairs. (073 429 7856

Radio; TV; Video

71

106 Buitenshuis Dienste

Repairs to stoves, w.machines, t/driers, m/waves, d/washers & fridges.

80

WEDDINGS /ENGAGEMENTS and any functions Photography packages to fill all needs: 021 903 5105 / 082 4988 656

J & C ALUMINIUM Aluminium doors, window frames + glass fitted, sliding doors, shower doors & shopfronts, enclosures & repairs. Carports as well. All work fitted & made of very high quality. 20 years exp. ( Sheldon Rinquest 079 817 1092 all hrs.

ALLE Plaveisel. Goeie verwysing. 076 1244 713

ALL ABOUT APPLIANCES

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021 931 0997 /078 844 6507

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Elektriese Tuistoebehore

35

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MON - FRI

AB BRICKS 280911

05

R49 R89 R35 R25

0860 11 75 21 • 0860 11 75 20

www.kalahariads.com

BOYS BARBER CUT

FULLY AUTOMATED

GARAGE DOORS SECTIONAL OVERHEAD

TILL OPERATORS

Needed to work in supermarket in Bellville area.

Call 021 919 7710 425

1791

Oumawoonstel te Huur ELSIES RIVER 2x New granny flats imm. avail. R2 300 & R1 700 p.m. Call 081 3474 138.

429

Sekuriteit

Security Training Grade E ­ A. Firearm compentency ( 021 911 5015

TEL: 021 638 4565 CELL: 083 786 5405

KINGDOM GARAGE DOORS

Betrekkings

“GARAGE DOOR GURU”

CAPE TOWN­BASED COMPANY IS OPENING UP A NEW BRANCH & NEEDS TO EXPAND ITS SALES FORCE! No transport or previous sales experience needed. All training is provided. We offer basic salary, commission, petrol allowance and various other incentives. For appointment, call André on 021 930 9068 Terms & Conditions Apply.

FROM R40 /WK

FREE

• • • •

We specialize in: • Nutec Houses • Vibracrete Houses • Carports • Bathrooms and Electric

BRICKS PLASTIC LINING DELIVERY IN CAPE TOWN

sms WENDY to 41911 and we’ll call you back. R1.50/sms


Geklassifiseerd/Classifieds

Woensdag 23 November 2011

ALL AREAS SELLERS! SELLERS! WE NEED HOUSES! SOLD by us recently in Eerste River . 32 Acasia Road . 42 Mamre Street . 30 River Crescent . 38 Smarag Road . 13 Gaby Street . 33 Lindie Crescent . 235 Bobs Way . 23 Stow Road

CALL SANDRA NOW! WE CAN DO THE SAME FOR YOU!! 083 707 1707/ 021 906 1530

AMI­ANGEL PROPERTIES/ EIENDOMME TEL/FAX: 021 933 1288 CELL: 083 433 8727 THORNTON COSYin a2 secure bedroom ground flat complex. R620 000 (neg.) AMINA 083 433 8727 SOLE MANDATE BELHAR: Plot with granny flat with kitchen,

TygerBurger Ravensmead & Belhar Bladsy 21

BELHAR FIRE STATION SIDE NEW RELEASE/SOLE MANDATE BELHAR/SELF­HELP R399 000 NEG. Ideal 2­bedroom starter home, conveniently situated close to public transport, airport shopping mall. Make this house your home.

R325 000

NEWLY RENOVATED ­ 2 bedr., lounge, kitchen with built­in stove and newly fitted cupboards, bathr. Garage & fully enclosed plot. JACQUES, 083 686 2117 or 021 987 4000.

lounge & bathroom.

R350 000 (neg.) BELHAR ­ EXT. 13: 2 bedrooms, lounge, dining room,

BELHAR / HONEY SUCKLE WALK R899 000 BOOST YOUR INCOME This neat property offers it all to the extended family, or for rental income. The property consists of: the main house with 3 bedrooms, self­contained flatlet, plus 2­bedroom granny flat and covered parking for 6 cars. Charlton Williams 076 644 6697/021 696 4114

I AM URGENTLY LOOKING FOR HOUSES, FLATS OR PLOTS TO SELL ­ IF YOU WANT YOUR PROPERTY SOLD, PHONE OR SEND ME A "PLEASE CALL ME" NOW!

AANDAG ALLE POTEN­ SIËLE VERKOPERS!!

EK IS DRINGEND OP SOEK NA HUISE, WOONSTELLE OF ERWE OM TE VERKOOP ­ AS U, U EIENDOMME VERKOOP WIL HÊ, SKAKEL MY NOU OF STUUR VIR MY 'N "PLEASE CALL ME" DADELIK! JACQUES 083 686 2117 OR 021 987 4000

KHAYELITSHA R160 000 ­ 3 beds., lounge, kitchen & bathr.,

CHARLESVILLE / MONTANA R599 000 EXCL. Free­standing 3­bedroom home, lounge, kitchen, bathroom/toilet with wooded flooring, garage, fully paved, parking for five cars, on spacious 450m² plot.

Contact Latiefa George 082 972 9682 E BUYERS MARKET KUILS RIVER/ WEMBLY PARK

STRAND ­ PLOTS R150 000 ­ R220 000 DELFT ­ R268 000 incl. Brand­new 2­ & 3­bedr. houses. MACASSAR Brand­new homes, 2 beds. @ R265 900 3 beds. (main 'en suite'), lounge, dining rm. From R466 145

KUILS RIVER 2­ & 3­bedr. houses from R369 000 incl.

KRAAIFONTEIN R580 000: 3 beds (main 'en suite'), b.i.c., f.f.kitchen, lounge & Jetmaster.

For assistance, contact CARMEN 079 115 6651 carmenjjeppe@gmail.com

R420 000 NEG.

Large, 3 bedr., kitchen, lounge / dining room, fully enclosed, in quiet circle.

John 076 590 9677 Joe 083 638 6230

Js

PROPERTIES EIENDOMME

BELHAR/MUSICALS ­ R5?? ??? Make an offer! Very neat 3­bedr., f.f., lounge, dining r., Jetmaster, garage, carport, outside braai. BELHAR/MUSICALS ­ R498 000 3 bedr., lnge, dining r., drive­ through garage. OLD BELHAR ­ R750 000 Fully enclosed with 2 driveways, parking for ±10 cars, 3 bedr., all with b.i.c., f.f. kitch., full bathr. + shower, wooden floors. Single gar. We have qualified buyers for all sections of Belhar, Ext., Self­Help, Musicals & Old Belhar. Aleric 083 966 7878 Sharon 083 317 3794 or 021 953 1480

SP PROPERTIES

knottypine ceiling and double garage. R320 000 NEG.

CALLING ALL POTENTIAL SELLERS!!

BELHAR/SELFHELP ­ R420 000 A BARGAIN! 4 bedr., lounge, kitchen, new laminated & tiled floor, facebrick exterior. BELHAR ­ R520 000 2 large bedr., f.f. with lots of b.i.c. + servant's quarters. Very neat! SILVERSANDS ­ R350 000 Very neat starter ­ 2 bedr., lounge, kitchen with b.i.c., single garage.

DENNEMERE MOVE IN ON BOND APPROVAL!! CHOICE OF 4 BRAND­NEW HOUSES

3 bedrooms, main en suite, cherrywood kitchen cupboards. Lovely floor tiling, carpeted bedroom flooring, single bars, enclosed yard.

BARGAIN PRICE: R450 000 SMS/CALL ARCHIE 082 200 6767 OR CALL 021 905 1765 (O) sonna@telkomsa.net SONPROP MALIBU VILLAGE ­ R150 000 Vacant plot. MALIBU VILLAGE ­ R330 000 2 beds., f.kitchen, fully enclosed. THE CONIFERS ­ R400 000 neg. 3 bedrooms, lounge, diningr. and fitted kitchen, carport, fully enclosed. FOUNTAIN VILLAGE ­ R420 000 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 garages, fully enclosed.

EERSTE RIVER HILLVIEW NEW RELEASE/SOLE MANDATE

R300 000 ­

SOMETHING FOR THE LARGER FAMILY 3 bedr., lounge, kitchen with cupboards, bathr. Spacious plot. Lots of extras. JACQUES, 083 686 2117 OR 021 987 4000

ICON PROPERTIES

SELLERS in Dennemere, Black­ heath, Greenfields, The Conifers, Malibu Village, Tuscany Glen, Hill­ crest, Fairdale, Fountain Village and Brentwood Park. Distressed or just relocating and need some property advice? Call or SMS

Carol on 083 648 2648 / 021 909 0461

THE CONIFERS/ BLUE DOWNS

ARE YOU SERIOUS ABOUT SELLING YOUR PROPERTY AND REALISTIC ABOUT YOUR PRICE? CONTACT THE BEST ­ CONTACT ICON PROPERTIES Melissa, 072 057 5753 Gary, 076 696 2403

www.iconprop.co.za

R160 000 ­ Vacant land with Wendy house, electricity and water with approved plans. WESBANK ­ R85 000 2 houses. Good starter­homes. DELFT ­ R115 000 2 beds., fitted kitchen, shower and toilet. Back of police station. We urgently need houses and plots for pre­approved clients in Delft, Eerste River, Wesbank, Blue Downs, Elies River, Ravensmead, Kraaifontein, Kuils River and all other areas. Contact us at 073 444 0879 or 072 726 0400


Sport

TygerBurger Ravensmead & Belhar Bladsy 22

ATHLONE 18 Old Klipfontein Rd

RETREAT MITCHELL’S PLAIN Cnr 2nd Ave & Retreat Rd 6 Alpha Rd, Mitchells Plain industria

021 696 7110

021 712 5480/ 9562/ 6369

Corner Lounge Suite Suede

Ottomans

Choose your colour

Affordable Lifestyle Solutions

WAREHOUSE CLEARANCE

2299 5 400 ¾:R1449

2-yr Warranty

1299

Single:R899, ¾:R929

Single: R999, ¾: R1099

Double Bunk

4x2 Jurahn Wardrobe

799

Foam Matresses From R199

T&C apply

699 Chest of Drawers

VARIOUS others in stock From

Queen: R1899 10-yr Warranty Double:

1599

Sleeper Couch

349

LEON STEENKAMP Single:R1699 ¾:R1849 Queen: R2499 20-yr Warranty 2-yr Guarantee

Double:

2150

Coffee Tables

Colours available Orange, Black, Brown & Beige

2199

1399

C.O.D - YOU RING WE BRING 2-Door Robe

899

Dream Sensation Single:R1399

Steel Double Bunk - R 999 Steel Triple Bunk - R2499

FROM

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Base Set

Excludes mattresses

3-piece Lounge Suites

FOR

Inner Spring

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(opp Home affairs) Tel: 021 376 1691

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3-Door Robe

949 3-Piece Kitch Unit

1249

From:

299

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OFFERS VALID WHILE STOCKS LAST

3-Door Robe

1599 Kitchen Combi

899

Mini-Multi

1399 Multi-Robe

2299

• LAY-BYES 6 MONTHS *Conditions apply

There wasn’t much room for movement but the strategy of the Brothers Sport/Focus team paid off giving them the top spot in this year’s Tiletoria West Coast Express Cycle Race.

of some 30 riders. We did this by having someone from our team regularly launching breakaways. This helped in keeping the speed fast.” In the end it was team mates Kemp and Chris Esch who paved the way for Van Onselen’s sprint to the finish. The race and funride saw a total number of some 1 300 entries. There were only two incidents where cyclists fell during the race. One was taken to hospital to receive stitches in his calf, but was back in time to enjoy the festivities at the prizegiving. “We had a very good turnout, considering the weather and I believe it is because of the good prizes and because the people know that the money goes to a non profit organisation,” said Mike de Kock who helped organise the race..

Leonardo van Onselen managed to cross the finish line a split second before Matthew Wentworth in the sprint to the finish during the men’s Elite category in the 85km race. “We were out of here quite fast, with the speed fairly high,” Van Onselen said after the race. The riders remained bunched as they peddled down the R27. Just after the Atlantis turn-off three riders launched a break-away attempt. “About 10 kilometres later we caught up with them again. The wind wasn’t much of a factor this year. The wind we had, was at our backs during the last 30km of the race which helped. The light rain we had close to Atlantis played a bigger role.” Soon thereafter other riders broke away from the bunch, among them Van Onselen’s team mate Riaan Kemp. “About 10km before the finish we caught up with them again,” said Van Onselen adding that this flat race makes breaking away from the bunch very difficult. Leonardo van Onselen (right) won the Elite men’s category in “When we caught up to the 85km Tiletoria West Express that took place in Blouberg­ the front riders we tried to strand on Sunday. He was aided by his team mates (from left) retain control of the group Ryan Kemp, Chris Esch and MC Dreyer. Photo: Leon Steenkamp

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Daar het al leliker dinge op die krieketveld gebeur – maar om deur middel van ’n honderdtal jou span op die wenpad te plaas én dan byt jou span uiteindelik tog in die stof, sal altyd ’n bitter smaak in die mond laat.

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The Williams Body Building Club, at the John Ramsay High School, under the guidance of Lorenzo Williams, in a wheelchair, has been doing well in recent competitions with Clint Williams front, raking in some silverware. He was the SA development champion in the national championship held in Mafikeng, was first in the Iron Man Classic at Bellville Civic Centre and was third in the WP championship also held in Bellville. Next to him is Joshua Nortje (9), who came third in the WP under­13 championship. The club would like to thank Old Mutual for the donation of some new equipment to the club, and ward councillor Asa Abrahams for helping them with sponsorship of medals and trophies. The club is hoping to host their annual Christmas party for their juniors and welcome any sponsorship or donations for the event. For further information call 071 566 2599 or 071 917 6162. Photo: Gary van Dyk

En Saterdag het dit in twéé eersteliga-wedstryde in die WP gebeur, met Veeja Meena (Edgemead) en D.Dorman (Noordelikes-Goodwood) wie se puik kolfwerk nie genoegsaam was om hul spanne die pyp te laat rook nie. Nadat Edgemead (219/7, gesl.) met behulp van van Meena (111*) en Roger Telemachus (49) die span van Primrose die gedugte taak gestel het om 266 lopies vir ’n oorwinning aan te teken, het die tuisspan dit wel vermag, met nog 6 paaltjies staande. In Goodwood het Noordelikes 303/9, gesl., teen Kuilsrivier opgestapel danksy Dorman (154) en R.Lewis (52), maar die besoekers het met 287 lopies die wenteiken gehaal met nog twee paaltjies in die bank. Richard Langley (92), Clinton Dyason (44), Neil Claasen (41) en James Carolus (6/94) was die Kuilsrivier-uitblinkers.

Universiteit Wes-Kaapland (204/8, gesl.) was Bellville (180) se meerdere met ’n sege van 61 lopies ná skitterende draaiboulwerk deur Nkululeko Serame (6/68) en goeie kolfwerk deur Aviwe Mgijima (50), Dale Campbell (49), Esmund van Wyk (42) en Mujahid Behardien (33). In die Bellville-span het Renier Munnik (63) en Dawie Malan (52) se medekolwers hulle lelik in die steek gelaat. Durbanville het ’n weghol-sege met ’n beurt en 36 lopies oor Tygerberg-klub behaal toe Brendon Viret (4/27) en Johan Bothma (4/37) die besoekers vir net 128 lopies in hul tweede beurt uitgehaal het. Bellville-Suid kon ondanks ’n skitterende terugvegpoging teen Milnerton net-net nie die knoop deurhak nie. Die wedstryd het tandeknersend onbeslis geëindig toe Milnerton, wat 193 lopies vir ’n oorwinning benodig het, aan die einde op 132/9 gesteier het. Zwai Madonono (62 en 3/24), Nigel Dirks (48), Clinton Gelderbloem (43) en Shahied Peters (3/31) was die manne wat die wedstryd net-net nie in Bellville-Suid (269) se guns kon beklink nie. Richard Holman (4/46), Nadeem Bedford (33) en J.du Toit (33) het effens walgegooi vir die besoekers.

Lavis cricket ‘strong’ Bishop Lavis Cricket Club is staying strong in local competitions with another win under their belt. Spinners Dale Rainers and Adrian Roberts delivered match winning performances with their bowling when they defeated Mitchells Plain by 33 runs during a WPCA 1C league match at Lavis Park last Saturday. The home team batted first and managed to score only 155 in their 1st innings with Simeon Fondling top scoring with 35 runs. Ralph Williams was the pick of the Mitchells Plain bowling attack, taking 5/41. Mitchells Plain scored 226/8 in their 1st innings after struggling at 61/4. A brilliant knock by Charles April who scored 92 took the initiative away from the home team who must have had their worst fielding display of the season during the last session of day one. A run-out early in the second innings didn’t help the Bishop Lavis

cause, especially when they were trailing by 71 runs and losing wickets at regular intervals. But, a classy 33 and calypso-styled 54 runs by Justin Miller and Cheslyn “Mokerman” Roberts respectively, helped the home team to 196 runs all out giving Mitchells Plain a target of 126 to win. With the seam bowlers struggling with their line and length on a wicket that was slowly becoming friendly for batting, skipper Dale Rainers opted for the spinning route. The visitors soon lost their last 6 wickets for only 24 runs after being 64/4 and well on their way to a famous victory at Lavis Park. Adrian Roberts ended with 4/13 whilst Dale Rainers was equally impressive with bowling figures of 4/27. The boys of Bishop Lavis will play Northerns Goodwood in their next league fixture at Goodwood. The Club has already qualified for the AMA-20 final which will be played early next year.

Fighters honoured: Students of Josui Kai­Kan South Africa were honoured for their hard work and diligen­ ce. From left is Roger Crow, Most Disciplined student, Kristie Jacobs, Most Improved, Vealon Klein, Sportswo­ man of the Year, Sensei Marius Conjana, Darian Brown, Sportsman of the Year, Ilyaas Abrahams, Fighter of the Year and Amy Grendeling, Most Observant student.

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Top semi­final action awaits THOMAS CAROLUS

The people’s team take on the students this weekend for an exciting semi-final. Engen Santos face Bidvest Wits University on Sunday in the semi-final of the Telkom Knockout Cup at Mill Park. Santos are getting their form back and Wits, even though they are not playing well, are collecting the points. The local team have a lot of character and if they score first then they’re going to be really hard to beat. “We want to do well in the cup, but moving up the league is more important for us,” says Boebie Solomons the Santos coach. “At the moment we are going through a very bad patch with injuries and this has contributed to our recent run because we’ve lost key players at critical times. “Yes, we’ll do our best but as I said it’s the league which is our priority.” Wits coach Roger de Sa was more at home because it was a home game for them. “It is always nice to play at home in a cup game,” he says. “A lot of people have asked why we have been scoring so many goals of late. The simple answer is I don’t know. “We just keep doing what we’re doing at training and it seems to be working.” Santos captain Tyren Arendse was also feeling confident. “The confidence is returning for us after a difficult start to the season and we are now just two wins away from lifting a trophy.

“Obviously we would have liked a home draw, but I think our record at Mill Park is quite good. Like us they have a young team with exciting players so hopefully it will be a good game.” Bidvest Wits captain, Stanton Fredericks said he prefers to hold the underdog card in this game against Santos. “We can’t say that we know how Santos play, it’s a dangerous thing to do because they can surprise us on the day. “We are going to treat this game like we treated all the games from the beginning with the same approach as we did with the match against Amazulu and the one against Jomo Cosmos. “To reach the finals will be great. A final of a cup match is rewarding both financially and as well as for recognition. There is no motivation needed for the players. “I think players will be motivated to give 100 percent to get to the final.” Santos striker Erwin Isaacs felt that a good cup run will be certain to boost morale but their priority was the league. “I feel I’m back to my best after my injury troubles and hopefully the goals will start to come. “It’s going to be tough, but to be the best you’ve got to beat the best sometimes. “Defensively Wits are really good, especially at home; they also have character and don’t give up so we must take the game to them and not sit back.” The other semi-final will see Orlando Pirates travel to Durban to face Golden Arrows on Saturday.

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Coaching Pulse started a rugby programme with Durbanville High School to nurture young talented players. Western Province and Springbok Gio Aplon, gave some insights and showed techniques to better their playing capabilities. The programme also incorporates fitness and conditioning. Gio Aplon (left) and Darren Ruiters (Durbanville) show some step­ ping techniques. Photo: Koos Jooste

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