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WITS END: Raeesa Mahomed, a Bachelor of Education graduate, who is still seeking employment, asks government what else she must do

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to write her book. Ntuli's address was suitable for the occasion because most of the unemployed graduates were moved by his motivational phrases and he spoke about the “importance of being a graduate”. “We rather become 'relevant' than 'realistic' if we want to achieve,” he said. Vasanthie Naidoo from the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), SA Ngcongo from the Department of Health (DoH), T Zondi from the Department of Economic Development and Tourism (DEDT), P Kunene from the Department of Sports and Recreation (DSR) and S Nsthangase from the Department of Labour (DoL) addressed the attendees about employment opportunities, procedures, and contact information. The expo allowed for graduates, to ask the representatives, from the various Departments questions in three separate “questions for clarity” intervals.

The Department of Education (DoE) representative, M Ngubande, was absent when an unemployed graduate dropped a bombshell. Ngubande in his presentation said “there is always a need for educators” and said that in subjects in the Commerce, Science and Information T e c h n o l o g y, f o r e i g n nationals were considered. Local resident Raeesa Mahomed (24) explained her dilemma in seeking employment as an educator having studied for four years to attain her Bachelor of Education degree at UKZN Edgewood campus. “I have spent two years seeking employment, doing everything I can and now what do I do?” she said. Mahomed said that she specialises in Technology and is qualified to teach Natural Science and Life Orientation in the intermediate/senior phase (grades 4 through to 9). “I am a qualified teacher for two years now and thus far for the past two years I have not secured a full time job. Besides a temp post in which I served for a few months,” said Mahomed.

The KwaDukuza Local Yo u t h O f f i c e C a r e e r Counsellor, Nelly Buthelzi, immediately took Mahomed's details and the Expenditure Director, Ncube, said this needs to be seriously addressed. The Department of Social Development's M Pitso (DSD) exposed the wealth of opportunity available from local, provincial and national government departments through various avenues. Pitso put the proverbial icing on the cake when he reminded all about the Unemployment Graduates Database in KZN and for attendees to register at www.kznunemployedgrads. gov.za. The KDM Mayor, Councillor NR Mthembu expressed his surprise at the lack of questions asked by graduates because the presentations yielded opportunities across the board. Councillor Mthembu imparted real world advice in the last speech of the day and also informed the attendees about the massive two-day expo coming in December for which he is excited.

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The motivation behind the Movember campaign is for men to grow a moustache to show awareness and highlight Men's health issues during the month of November 2013. Recent studies show that the average life expectancy

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• men engaging in risky activities that threaten their health and • stigmas surrounding mental health. Movember aims to change the face of men's health and reverse this way of thinking by putting a fun twist on this serious issue using the moustache as a catalyst to bring about change and give men the opportunity and confidence to learn and talk about their health more

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The drop in the price of petrol is due to lower international fuel prices and a marginal improvement in the rand-dollar exchange rates. According to the Department of Energy the price drop of petrol (which decreased by 28 cents per litre) will also apply to retail prices of all grades of diesel (decrease from between 15 to 17 cents per litre). Illuminating paraffin will drop by four cents per litre. Economists however warn consumers that they must still be on the lookout and tighten their belts. This is the third consecutive month of a decrease in the retail prices of petrol and diesel.

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Moral Regeneration revived by iLembe MORALITY PLEASE: From (LR): Mandeni Municipality Mayor, Councillor SB Zulu, Deputy Mayor of iLembe District Municipality, Councillor Dolly Shandu, Speaker of iLembe, Councillor Thokozani Msweli and MRM Provincial Coordinator Bheki Nkwanyana

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The rape of 70-year-old elderly woman at knifepoint in Mandeni last year and other social issues facing the district triggered the launch of the iLembe District Municipality Moral Regeneration Movement which took place last week Wednesday, 29 October at Sibusisiwe Hall. Spearheaded by the Office of the Premier in KwaZulu-Natal, the Moral Regeneration Movement (MRM) is a civil society led movement established to deal with moral decay in communities. According to MRM provincial coordinator Bheki Nkwanyana the role of MRM is to raise awareness and arm the communities with strategies to fight moral decay in schools, families, government institutions, private sector and communities. “MRM acknowledges the role played by Non-Governmental Institutions and other stakeholders in trying to fight moral decay in our country. However it is our belief that the involvement of civil society will

make the fight more effective since all moral activties take place within civil society,” he said. The forums will be formed in all 11 districts, with iLembe being the first formed, which will lead to a provincial forum being established as well. The iLembe District Municipality MRM was formed at the launch with variuos society groups being represented including the elderly, the disabled, women and children, religious organisations, crime prevention, education ie educators and school governing bodies and many others. Speaking at the launch, the Honorable Deputy Mayor of iLembe District Municipality Cllr Dolly Shandu said urged the forum to not lose momentum following the formation. “It's normal for groups of this nature to want to give up when things don't seem to work out in the beginning. The truth is we can not fight the battle of social ills if we don't work together. I am begging you to work and to work together. People no longer have Ubuntu and if we can get that

back we owe it to the next generation to do everything in our power to do so,” she said. Closing the launch, iLembe District Municipality Speaker Cllr Thokozani Msweli said the MRM is an important programme because it seeks to bring together people from diverse sectors of society and contribute to social cohesion society. “We can not live in vacuum. Moral Regeneration signifies injuction and the unity of te past and new society. When you speak of regenerating society morally you are seeking to tap into what existed. How did the South African society ensure social cohesion? This was done through the concept of Ukunana i.e. giving food to your neighbour who has none, through the concept of Ukusisa, i.e. lending your neighbour your cow so he can have milk and through the vision 'Every child is My child'. Long before civilisation, these are te tools we had to ensure stability in society and social cohesion. This programme is government's attempt at getting that back,” said Msweli.

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Last chance Musa Ntuli (19) of Groutville will have to watch his behaviour over the next five years. Ntuli pleaded guilty to robbing a 16year-old school girl of her cellphone on 23 May 2013. He was arrested by Bheki Dlamini and the phone was recovered. He also received a fair amount of beating from an outraged community for his deed. Ntuli was sentenced to 12 months imprisonment which was wholly suspended for five years on

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The substitute When local police responded to a complaint of assault in the Groutville area they got more than they bargained for. Pretty Dlamini (33) alleged that her boyfriend had assaulted her and her 9-yearold child. Police responded and on searching the culprit, found Zimbabwean Dollars and an identity document belonging to another person with his photograph attached by tape in the document. Now Bernard Thabo

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Rachusi (27) who had been masquerading as her ex is in more problems than he anticipated as she turned the tables on him and blurted out the entire story to the officers. Rachusi is due back in court on 16 January 2014.

School violence escalates An 18-year-old ML Sultan learner has become the latest victim of the ongoing school violence saga. The lad alleges that he had an altercation with a fellow learner and that their friends separated them. Later that day he was approached by the company of eight of his friends. The 16year-old allegedly slapped him several times and when he

retaliated he was attacked by the group who knocked him unconscious. The victim also alleges that his Blackberry was also removed from him during the incident.

We learn daily Mayvis Dlamini had learnt about her boyfriend's “darker side” after six years of courtship. She alleges that she had spent five glorious days at his home and on Thursday morning her over-zealous lover vented his anger on her when she refused his advances. He began punching her and striking her with a stick and accused her of having another boyfriend. She managed to escape and called police. Mduduzi Obet Mhlongo (34) is due back at court on 10 January 2014.

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A 25-year-old female is in a serious condition after she was hit by a motorbike along Ballito Drive near the Lifestyle Centre. According to Chris Botha of Netcare, paramedics arrived at the scene and found the injured woman

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Celebrating 5 litre Sunfoil Oil

10kg Nyala Maize Meal

YEARS OF

28

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10kg Selati White Sugar

10kg Spekko Rice Uruguay

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10kg Golden Cloud Cake Flour

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10kg Golden Delight Rice

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Ngithe ake ngisike elijikayo mayelana nodaba engike ngaluzwa kulamasonto edlule kwesinye isiteshi somsakazo, lapho bekukhulunywa khona ngenkinga abantu bakuleli ababhekene nayo ngenxa yokuxakwa izikweletu. Okukhulu kakhulu bekuyindaba yokuthi ngisho abanye sebeyenzile imizamo yokuziqeda izikweletu kodwa izinkampani abasike bekade bezikweleta azibe zisazikhathaza ngokuthi amagama abo ziwakhiphe ohlwini lwabantu ababhalwa njengabangakhokhi kahle (Credit Bureau). Lokhu kubabangela inkinga lababantu ngoba ababe besakwazi ukutsheleka imali nokuthenga impahla ngesikweletu okubalwa kuyo imizi kanye nezimoto. Sekukhulunyiwe konke ke lokhu, iqiniso

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umuntu uyakwazi yini ukuzibamba. Elinye iphutha elenziwa abantu, ileli lokuthi uma umuntu enegunya lokuthatha impahla ngesikweletu esitolo thizeni, avele yena ayisebenzise yonke leyomali asuke egunyazwe ngayo (credit limit). Akwenze konke lokhu engasazibuzanga ukuthi uzokwazi yini ukusikhokha sonke leso sikweletu. Lokhu sikubona kakhulu ngezikhathi zamaholidi kaKhisimuzi, lapho khona iningi labantu lisuke likhithiza khona impahla yokugqoka, eyasendlini kanye nezidlo ezinhlobonhlobo. Umuntu angayithatha kancane indaba yezikweletu uma yena ingakamehleli kodwa kwabanye ithanda ukuba buhlungu kakhulu njengoba lokhu kuze kuholele ngisho ekuthini kuphele

imishado ngenxa yengcindezi ebangwa izikweletu. Kukhona ngisho abancamela ukuzibulala izihlobo nezithandwa zabo ngoba benethemba lokuthi izinkampani zemishuwalense abasuke bebabhalise ngaphansi kwazo zizokhokha bese bekwazi ukukhokhela izikweletu ebezibaxakile baziqalele nempilo entsha. Izikweletu ziyohlala zikhona ngoba nabantu bayolokhu bezidala kodwa okubalulekile ukuthi umuntu ukweleta kanjani ngendlela enobuhlakani. Kulula nje ukukwenza lokhu, umuntu kudingeka azibuze yena ukuthi uyakujabulela yini ukungehli kobuthongo ebusuku ngenxa yezinto azikweletayo mhlawumbe nazo osekukade zazigugela noma zafa.


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Straight TALK ISMAIL ASMAL Cell: 0832558337 Email: iasmal687@gmail.com

It's little wonder that there’s so much poverty in our land!! As I drive every morning to work in Durban (damn silly, hey!) from our charming, quaint little Stanger, I am simply astounded at the picturesque scenery that unfolds before me on either side of the freeway. Ahead of me, on my left and on my right, are acres and acres of rolling sugar cane plains, occasionally interspersed with lush green trees and other plants. I experience the same feelings that English poet, William Wordsworth did in his poem 'The Daffodils' when he saw those delightful flowers around him 'fluttering and dancing in the breeze'. A really inspiring, therapeutic and blissful sight for any appreciative person so early in the morning! It is truly soul-uplifting and shortens my trip of 80kms. Alas! All this admiration dissipates into despair when I see, in the middle of the canefields, the palatial, securely- gated mansions belonging to the 'Lords of the Manor- the wealthy sugar barons'. It is widely accepted that the sugar industry is vital to the economy,

that the 'waste' is used in the papermaking industry, and that hundreds of jobs are created in this way. But it saddens me that such a small group of people (mainly whites!) are sole possessors of such vast tracts of land (from the highway to the seashore). How is it possible that this mindset has not changed since the advent of democracy? How would black people, the original owners of this land, feel when they stare at the huge chasm between the series of poverty that they face, and the opulent lifestyle of whites that dispossessed them, I often ask myself? I am not for one moment proposing that landgrabbing, restitution or redistribution become the order of the day, but I am very concerned about the scarcity of available land for the ordinary person. I'm sure all reasonably intelligent people share my sentiments about the status quo. I feel that this is grossly unfair and should be challenged in a level headed manner. History is replete with incidents in which whites came into the country, as they did in

many parts of the world, and dispossessed the indigenous people. Indeed, they established the modern infrastructure in many countries then automatically gave themselves the mandate to become sole custodians of the land. Of greater concern to me is that although there's so much land, the cost of owning a plot of building land is astronomical and beyond affordability of ordinary people. The whites that I know are sympathetic, merciful thinkers, so through my humble column I am asking all the rich landowners to face reality and share in the Christian act of charity, now that the season of goodwill is upon us. This will certainly reduce, if not eliminate the shortage of land, and spread optimism in our country. The Holy Scriptures teach us that all that you achieve will be left behind after your death. You should strive to leave only a positive legacy which will make your family proud. James Shirley in his striking poem, Death the Leveller tells us, 'The glories of our blood and state are shadows, not substantial things…' This is what Zuma's government should focus on if they want to win votes in the 2014 elections, instead of squandering millions of taxpayer's money on personal profiteering, ridiculous upgrading and improvement of a Zulu kraal and endless partying. The ANC should spend money on correcting the ills of apartheid and level the playing fields for ALL races, and not for the 'previously disadvantaged' alone. Keep your thoughts flowing and the letters rolling

Stanger & District Sunni Muslim Society Trust host a

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Letters to the Editor

Fax 032 552 2133 or email your letters to timesmedia@telkomsa.net. STRICTLY NO LETTER WILL BE USED WITHOUT A PROPER NAME, ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS.

The Editor cannot be held responsible for any information in the Letters to the Editor column. This column is intended to be a platform and forum for those members of the community who have an opinion on a certain issue, which does not necessarily reflect the views of the Xpress Times. Please note some letters will be shortened to accommodate all correspondence. Those utilizing the column must please ensure that your name, address and telephone numbers are submitted for our reference; however, a pseudonym will be used when requested by the writer. The Editor reserves the right not to publish a letter.

KwaDukuza road resurfacing a step backwards

BE PATIENT: From (L-R): Dean Perumal and Ward Councillor Andrew Gopaul on site at Hill Crescent Road pointing to the reasons of the road resurfacing delay

I thought potholes was the most I as a ratepayer could take this year but now road after road in KwaDukuza is being stripped. My concern is that as fast as it is being dug up, the more we find that it is left unattended to. Take a look at road by KwaDukuza Primary and Stanger Primary and you will know what I am talking about. Water pipes lay bare and it has been one-and-a-half months since work started. As for Stanger Manor it seems that it is being reduced to the dirt roads we had in the 1960's. What is happening? Did the municipality pay the contractors as yet? We need answers. Concerned Ratepayer The KwaDukuza Municipality (KDM) Ward councillor Andrew Gopaul responds: I had a meeting with Mr Wycliff the contractor and he has sent all the relevant documents to iLembe and KDM regarding the removal of storm water pipes and electrical impediments. The delay on Hill Crescent Road is that all the storm water pipes need to be removed first. The contractor is waiting for the approval from both KDM and iLembe municipalities respectively. As per the contractor, the road resurfacing will be completed by mid January 2014.

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French and Malian forces hunt journalists' killers (Reuters) - The coffins of two French journalists killed in Mali last week were loaded onto a Paris-bound aircraft in the capital Bamako on Monday as French and Malian troops hunted for their killers. Reporter Claude Verlon, 58, and radio technician Ghislaine Dupont, 51, who both worked for Radio France Internationale, were found dead in northern Mali on Saturday after being kidnapped in the city of Kidal. India launches spacecraft to

Mars (BBC World News) - India has successfully launched a spacecraft to the Red Planet - with the aim of becoming the fourth space agency to reach Mars. The Mars Orbiter Mission took off at 09:08 GMT from the Satish Dhawan Space Centre on the country's east coast. The head of India's space agency told the BBC the mission would demonstrate the technological capability to reach Mars orbit and carry out experiments. The spacecraft is set to travel for 300 days, reaching Mars orbit in 2014.

MUHARRAM MUBARAK TO ONE & ALL The Glenhills And District Sunni Muslim Society would like to wish all Muslims A very Happy & Prosperous New Year Muharram 1435AH Muharram Programme : After Esha Azaan/Namaaz 8:00 / 8:15 ALL WELCOME. REFRESHMENTS PROVIDED PROGRAMME : Yaseen Khatam Naats Zikr Lecture - Moulana A.Khan

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KHUSHI SE AAWOH- KHUSHI HO KAR JAWO

A “Blame Bias” Distorts Our Judgment (Scientific American Mind) - When a bad deed makes headlines, the first thing we want to know is whether the perpetrator did it “on purpose.” Intention matters in our moral judgments, as we intuitively realize and many studies confirm. Now studies suggest that this focus on the cause of an event can d i s t o r t o u r understanding of the damage doneand knowing harm has been inflicted can even change the way we view the victims, ascribing them pain and consciousness when none might exist.


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Stanger Heights Primary Debs Ball

School Buzz

Visitors Day at Buzz

Buzz Montessori held “Visitors Day” on Wednesday, 30 October 2013. The visitors experienced a typical day at Buzz and enjoyed tea and treats

Dawnview celebrates Diwali FROM: (L-R): The learners of D a w n v i e w Primary School put on an entertaining s h o w i n commemoration of Diwali on F r i d a y , 1 November 2013. S e e n a r e learners with Councillor Bikrum Singh (Guest Speaker), Mr Daodary (HOD) and Mr N H a n s r a j (Principal)

EXTRAVAGANT ELEGANCE: Heights Primary learners who participated in the 2013 edition of the Debs Ball at the KwaDukuza Town Hall on Friday, 1 November

KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY

ANC Youth League Greater KwaDukuza Region congratulated The ANC Youth League in KwaZulu-Natal congratulates the ANC Youth League in the Greater KwaDukuza Region for being the first Region in the country to comply with the Constitutional requirements of holding a Congress and subsequently holding a successful Regional Congress in the rebuilding phase. The Congress was befitting of being the first in the country in content and conduct. The Congress took place from Friday, 1 November 2013 until Sunday, 3 November 2013 at the Regal Inn in Ballito. We want to thank the delegates for displaying maximum discipline and

raising issues within and in accordance with the principles, procedures and the Constitution of the ANC Youth League. We congratulate the leadership collective that was elected led by Cadres Khonza Ngidi and Lucky Makhathini as the Regional Chairperson and Secretary respectively and wish them all the best as they strive towards making the lives of young people better in iLembe District. We thank the ANC Regional and Provincial leadership for the support they provided towards the success of the Congress. Siboniso Duma ANCYL PTT

ZAKARIYYA MUSLIM SCHOOL “Striving to Build a Dynamic Ummah (Nation)”

P.O. Box 4770, Stanger, 4450 • 57 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger Tel/ Fax: 032 552 1753 email: zms@telkomsa.net

EDUCATOR VACANCIES - 2014 1. INTERMEDIATE PHASE (GRADES 4 TO 6) To be able to teach Afrikaans, Mathematics, Creative Arts, Sciences 2. SENIOR PHASE (GRADES 7 TO 9) To be able to teach English, Computer Literacy, Creative Arts, Life Orientation, Sciences 3. PRINCIPAL OF PRIMARY SCHOOL (GRADES R TO 6) Must be below 60 years of age and experience in Senior Management will be advantageous Applicants must submit a 2 to 3 page Curriculum Vitae to: The Administrator at Zakariyya Muslim School No faxed submissions will be accepted. CLOSING DATE: Monday, 18 November 2013 Should you not hear from us by 29 November 2013, please consider your application as unsuccessful ZMS is an Independent Institution that operates with an Islamic ethos with a fully integrated Academic/Islamic education. ZMS is also affiliated to the Association of Muslim Schools (AMS) KZN, is registered with the KZN Department of Education and is provisionally accredited with Umalusi.

MAYORAL IZIMBIZO 2013 MN278/2013 Notice is hereby given that: In compliance with Chapter 4, Section 16(1) of the Municipal Systems Act 32 of 2000, KwaDukuza Municipality hereby invites all stakeholders to Mayoral Izimbizo TIME

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TO LET Northlands Park. 3 Bedroom house, lounge, kitchen, toilet/shower. Fully secured and tiled. Contact Ronesh 078 118 1932. Stanger Manor, near school and shopping centre. Outbuilding 2 bedroom, lounge, kitchen, toilet/bathroom. Fully fenced with remote gate. Contact 0325515915, 083 567 9895.

LOST REWARD OFFERED. AFRICAN GREY PARROT MISSING. Flew on the 03th November from 24 Centenary Road, Ocean View, Stanger. If found contact Mr R Moorchund 0325525437, 083 300 3693, 083 983 5381.

CV’s to be submitted by 12h00 on Friday, 15th November 2013 CERTIFIED COPIES OF QUALIFICATIONS MUST BE ATTACHED TO THE CV. N.B. FAXED COPIES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

For further information contact the school on (032) 552 1670

Tel : 032 5511234

VACANCIES The following vacancies exist for the period of December. 1. Cashiers 2. Merchandisers 3. General Assistants

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FOR SALE Building material. Second hand matenti windows, doors and frame, Swiss parquet famous luxurious swiss parquet +/- 150m2. Contact 0325511618, 076 374 3284. Contact Nishara for all your classifieds, service guides, legal notices, birthday message, memorium, vacancies, etc on 032 552 2165 or Fax 032 552 2133.

DATED AT KWADUKUZA ON THIS DATE 08TH NOVEMBER 2013. MESSERS RAVIN SINGH, ASHEENA SINGH & COMPANY P.O.BOX 1236 KWADUKUZA 4450 REF: AS/pd/GEN/Est G5 AUCTION In the Magistrate's Court for the District of Lower Tugela held at KwaDukuza CASE NO: 1556/13 In the matter between

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TAKE FURTHER NOTICE THAT: 1. This sale is a sale in execution pursuant to a judgment obtained in the above Court; 2. The Rules of this auction are available 24 hours prior to the auction at the office of the Acting Sheriff for Lower Tugela at Suite 6, Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Kwa Dukuza (Stanger); 3. Registration as a buyer is a pre-requisite subject to specific conditions, inter alia: i) Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (URL http://www.info.gov.za/view/DownloadFileAction? Id=99961) ii) FICA-legislation in respect of proof of identity and address particulars iii) Payment of registration deposit of R500.00 in cash iv) Registration of conditions.

Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to Court Rules apply. DATED AT KWADUKUZA ON THIS 22ND DAY OF OCTOBER 2013.

From : your Mum(Reshee), Grandparents, Aunts & Uncle

Deadline for Classifieds: Monday 12pm

MATHS TUITION

GOODS 1 x Green Hyundai Elantra Sedan 1.6 GLS Registration No: ND 468291 VIN: KMHKF31MPTU106376 Engine: G4GM5026587

The office of the Sheriff for Lower Tugela will conduct the sale with either one of the following auctioneers:- R Singh (Sheriff) and/or S Reddy.

TO OUR PRECIOUS ANGEL 12-11-13

You may be little in size but you bring loads of happiness to everyone around you, I can’t wait for the day that you are old enough to read and understand this heartfelt wish on your birthday. We love you lots

NOTICE OF SALE Kindly take notice that the goods listed hereunder will be sold by public auction to the highest bidder for cash or bank guaranteed cheque, purchaser taking all risks, on the 28TH NOVEMBER 2013 to be held at the Sheriff`s Sale Room, Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza at 10h00.

M.S MALL INCORPORATED SUITE 1 & 7, JANGNOOR CENTRE 62 HULETT STREET, KWADUKUZA TEL: (032) 551 2182/3 FAX: (032) 552 2647 REF: MR SUBRAYAN/SAM/B50-13 COLL

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• How does a pig go to the hospital? In a hambulance. • What did the bartender say to the jumper cables when they walked into the bar? OK you two - don't start anything. •What do you get when you cross an elephant and a rhino? el-if-i-no • How do you keep a blonde in suspense? (I'll tell you tomorrow.) • Three blondes were going for a walk when they saw some tracks. They began to argue. "Those are deer tracks," said the first blonde. The second blonde said, "Those are elk tracks." "You're both wrong, those are moose tracks," said the third. They were still arguing when the train hit them.

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New home for DCHA

MOVING HOUSE: The Dolphin Coast Hospice Association (DCHA) hosted their Diwali event on Wednesday, 30 October 2013. Seen are patients, volunteers and board members

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Matlaba's late stunner rescues draw for Pirates

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For the past five years, the Dolphin Coast Hospice Association (DCHA) has been functioning from the Dolphin Coast Sports Centre. According to Sarah Bee Khan (DCHA) PRO, this venue had become a “home away from home” for patients. “This was made possible by the kindness of Mr Haroon Mohamedy and Haresh Ouderaj who let us use their premises free of charge,” said Khan. She added that the DCHA will now move to the Siva Sungum Hall. “A big thank you to Mr SV Naicker for letting us use the premises at the Siva Sungum Hall. They went the extra mile by re-designing the place to make it easy for our patients,” she said. She went on to express the impact that patients have had on the association. “I personally want the patients to know it's not about what we bring to them, but rather what we take away. They taught me life lessons, like not to take things for granted and to appreciate life and accept what we cannot change with dignity,” she said. The DCHA held their last e v e n t o n Wednesday, 30 October 2013 to celebrate Diwali and to t h a n k everybody that assisted in any way. Amongst the guests were KwaDukuza Municipality Deputy Mayor, Councillor D o l l y Govender, Mr SV Naicker and PRIZES AWARDED Mr and Mrs TO THE FIRST H a r o o n 5 CAR ENTRANTS Mohamedy.

Thabo Matlaba scored a last-minute equalizer as Orlando Pirates grabbed a 1-1 draw with Al Ahly in the CAF Champions League Final first-leg at Orlando Stadium. Mohamed Abou-Treika had put the Egyptian champions in the lead in the 14th minute with a sublime free kick, but Pirates continued to fight and were justly rewarded just before the referee blew the final whistle. While it means that Al-Ahly have an away goal advantage, the last-minute goal is sure to boost Pirates' confidence ahead of a tough trip to Cairo for the second-leg. In the seventh minute Lennox Bacela's shot wasn't held by Ekramy, but Tlou Segolela couldn't get his shot on target as he rushed to shoot. Al Ahly took a 1-0 lead in the 14th minute from a Mohamed Abou-Treika free kick, hitting the ball into the top right corner and beating Senzo Meyiwa. Bacela tried another long range effort in the 19th minute, but his shot went straight to Ekramy. Pirates continued to dominate possession after the goal, but despite looking good in midfield, they were struggling to make in-roads in the final third. Ahmed Abdel-Zaher forced a good save out of Meyiwa, as he shot from right of the goal just before half-time. In the 50th minute Abou-Treika had the ball in the net again, but the linesman had correctly flag up for off-side. Segolela tried a shot from outside the area in the 56th minute, but it went straight to Ekramy.

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Andile Jali came close in the 58th minute and his shot needed a great one-handed save from Ekramy. Pirates continued to press, but were unable to make in an impact in the final third. Bacela tried another long range effort in the 74th minute, but it went wide. In the 85th minute Thabo Matlaba tried a shot from outside the box, but it went wide. Then just before time was up, Pirates got the equalizer, as Matlaba tried another long range effort and this time he stunned a diving Ekramy, as the ball went into the bottom right corner.

Formula One Champion Vettel wins seven in a row Red Bull's Sebastian Ve t t e l s c o r e d h i s seventh consecutive victory and his 11th of 2013 with ease in Abu Dhabi on Sunday evening, after taking the lead from polesitting team mate Mark Webber at the start. As the Australian made a slow getaway, Vettel and Mercedes' Nico Rosberg were able to swarm past on either side of his RB9, and thereafter Webber spent his time fending off Lotus's Romain Grosjean coping with a

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minor KERS overheating problem, and then hunting down Rosberg. Eventually he was able to overtake the German on the 20th lap to make it a Red Bull one-two, but Rosberg kept him honest to the flag as Grosjean likewise kept the pressure on t h e M e r c e d e s . Ve t t e l , however, was half a minute up the road and, as Webber suggested afterwards: “In a different category.” Hamilton, who had brake issues on the grid formation laps, struggled behind Esteban Gutierrez's Sauber, Jean-Eric Vergne's Toro Rosso and Adrian Sutil's Force India at times when they were out of kilter on tyre strategy, and in the closing stages was unable to pass Paul di Resta despite getting within half a second of the Scot's s it n ved U Force India. In the Impro ly h ig

end they both lost places to Fernando Alonso, who played second fiddle for a long time to Ferrari team mate Felipe Massa while doing a very long middle stint. The Spaniard was on fire after a late pit stop to switch to soft Pirellis on lap 44, and set several fastest laps as he clawed his way up to a great fifth place. He aggressively rejoined the track after his pit stop and passed Toro Rosso's JeanEric Vergne seemingly outside of track limits. However, stewards decided the incident required no further action following a post-race investigation. Vettel now has 347 points to Alonso's 217, with Raikkonen still third on 183 from Hamilton on 175, Webber on 166 and Rosberg on 159. Red Bull have 513 points to Mercedes' 334, Ferrari's 323, Lotus's 297, McLaren's 95 and Force India's 77.

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Smurfs summit highest peak in Southern Africa

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The Smurfs Hiking Club were back in action, deep in Lesotho, doing what they do best, that is climbing mountains. This time their mission was to take on the difficult challenge of climbing the peak in Southern Africa, Thabana Ntlenyana at an altitude of 11 424 feet above sea level. On 27 October, the summit team set off in the cold early morning condition for the top. Tough and steep terrain and winds swept and high altitude conditions posed an incredible challenge to these brave-hearted. Having pushed beyond their personal limits, they eventually summated at 10:00. This mountain is also the highest peak south of Mt. Kilimanjaro. This entire climb was performed expedition style, in conjunction with an operation

Using live mullet as bait and 20 pond breaker line, Dan Atchannah caught two beautiful Garrick weighing in at 20kg and 15kg at Port St Johns. He is seen proudly holding his 20kg Garrick

manager and an expert local whose efforts contributed to this record setting climb for this local Hiking Club. Humbled by this achievement, the hikers are

even more reminded of the sheer power and majesty of their one and only creator. The rest of the Smurf team, who didn't go on the trip, wish to congratulate the guys on a

job well done. The club closes on a high note for the year. Till 2014 and beyond…Keep the spirit of adventure alive.

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TIME TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE WIITH GREAT BABA DUBE I wish I knew great Baba Dube a long time ago. I would have not wasted a lot of money by visiting lots of herbalists and doctors including Sangoma’s to sort my financial problems. I decided to visit him with my wife and my brother in law, after I heard about him through my colleague who he helped bring her husband back after 3 years of seperation and he gave us different ways but I chose the magic wallet that brings me R10 000.00 everyday and I pay him R30 000.00 every week from the R70 000.00 that I get every week (7days) and my wife chose the short boys to put money in her bank account but it was like a miracle to see R200 000.00 in her account that Baba Dube used his short boys to put money in the account and she paid him R50 000.00 while my brother in law chose to win the Lotto and Baba Dube used his powers to see the lucky numbers appearing on the draw and he won the draw and he told him to pay 30% from that money he won, There is no way we Tshabalala family can thank him other than informing the people who got financial problems about him. DON’T HESITATE JUST CALL GREAT BABA DUBE

CELL : 060 456 6094 Thank you baba dube for changing my life I am NTOMBIFUTHI MKHIZE a mother of three aged 36 born in Ladysmith but now I live in Soweto and my contact number is 078 0600 796. I have been reading different testimonies in various newspapers for people that Baba Dube helped through their testimonies to be sure because I lost lots of money to different sangomas, doctors and herbalists who promised me to help me through my financial and love problems that I suffered for many years. But everyone I called gave me 100% promise and guarantee that Baba Dube will change my life like the way he did to them. Early in the morning I called him and he gave me different ways but I chose the SHORT BOYS to put R500.000 in my bank account. It happened exactly the way he said it and I paid him R100.000. After that I was very excited and asked him if I can use MAGIC WALLET to get R10,000 everyday and he promised to deliever within 24hrs so that he can show me how it works to get R10.000 everyday and asked me to pay him R30,000 per week from the R70,000 that I get everyweek for only a year . To thank Baba Dube, I introduced him to myy uncle and his wife and they chose to win LOTTO and POWERBALL. Baba Dube gave them their lucky numbers appearing on the 10th spetmeber powerball draw while his wife won the lotto on the 18th September. They both paid him 30% of their winnings. Now they use RATS tobring money into the house everyday and they pay every week. I published this testimony to thank Baba Dube for changing my life and also to inform everybody who got serious financial problems and love problems to contact Baba Dube now before you waste your money to herbalist and doctors who promise to help but fail and leave you in bigger problems than before. ITS TIME TO OPEN THE DOORS FOR HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS JUST CALL

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Stanger and District Volleyball Association will host the 13th edition of Sanaa Khan sponsored volleyball knock out cup for social league teams commencing on Tuesday, 12 November 2013. The final is scheduled for Thursday, 14 November 2013. Vice-President of SDVA, Kruba Jayram thanked Nazir Hamida Khan, proud parents of Sanaa for their generous sponsorship. Jayram said that SDVA is greatly to the Khan Family who have sponsored the Sanaa KO Cup since the birth of their daughter in 2000.

Stanger and District Volleyball Association SANAA KHAN K.O. Cup ORDER OF MATCHES Tuesday, November 12 (alternate day November 13) MATCH 1: 7pm-Virgo vs Cool Leaders (umpire-Teachers Style) MATCH 2: 7pm-Damall Action vs MOB (umpire-Titans) MATCH 3: 8pm-Teachers Style vs

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My younger Brother chooses to use magic wallet, he was able to get wallet the next day through a post office speed service and get everyday R10 000 and pay him R20 000 every week from the money he gets. My friends decided to meet Baba Dube at his place. 1 chose the short boys to put money in his bank account within 1 hour and he payed 10% while the others chose RATS to put money in the house and also payed 10%. To all the people I reffered to him most of them had told me they have been helped same day. I thank Mrs Elin for her testimony as well as Baba Dube for his help change my life, Contact him if you have any problems Including love and financial problems

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Matches will be played on a knock out basis (best of 3 sets). The losing quarter finalist will move into the plate section. Plate Section losers will win R250 with the runners up getting R300 and winners pocketing R400. The 4th place winner in the main section will win R500, 3rd place R600, the runner up R1000 and the winner a whopping R1500. With the draws done the top three favourites, Titans, holders Sunbrook and were Titans were drawn in one half. This has left Virgo, Cool Leaders and Darnall Action Sporting smiling all the way to the bank.

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7pm-Loser Match 5 vs Loser Match 6 (umpire-winner match 6) MATCH 10: FINAL: 8pm-Winner Match 5 vs Winner Match 6 (umpirewinner match 9) Officials on Duty: Ron Reuben/Revy Harryprasad Club on Duty: Titans Breakdown of Prize Money: Plate Section: losers: R250; runners-up 8300; winner R400 Main section: 4th-R500; 3`d-R600; runner-up R1 000; winner R1 500 Stanger and District Volleyball Association Fixtures KDSA Social League Wednesday, November 6 7pm-Teachers Style vs Preston (umpireVirgo) 7pm-Cool Leaders vs Sunbrook (umpire-Darnall Action) 8pm-Teachers Style vs Virgo (umpireCool Leaders) 8pm-Darnall Action vs Preston (umpire-Sunbrook) Officials on Duty: Alvin Moonsamy/Ron Reuben Club on Duty: Teachers Style Thursday, November 7 7pm-Virgo vs Cool L eaders (umpireSandals Sunbrook) 8pmSunbrook vs Preston (umpire-Virgo) Official on Duty: Revy Harryprasad Club on Duty: Sunbrook

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Discounts apply to suggested fitted retail price. Prices are for cash and debit cards only and are subject to trade in of all old tyres/ casings on all vehicles. All credit and fleet cards accepted. E&OE

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