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Campaign to uplift municipal revenue Continued from page 1 Leading in the forefront, MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube walked around the CBD with the aim to plead to the public and business owners to pay for their services such as water, electricity bills and traffic fines. Officials also took the chance to clean up the street. KwaDukuza Municipality Mayor, Councillor Ricardo Mthembu encouraged various street vendors to refrain from littering as this leads to unnecessary dirt lying around in the street. While searching for illegal connections of water and electricity in a building in the CBD, MEC Nomusa DubeNcube pleaded to municipal officials to curb all illegal connections as they make it almost impossible for Municipalities to generate revenue efficiently. Mayor Mthembu accompanied by the MEC and ILembe District Municipality Mayor, Sduduzo Gumede, paid a visit to a business owner in the CBD. The Municipality alleges that the business owner owes the municipality a staggering amount of money and his balance has been outstanding for almost a year. Speaking personally to the business owner, MEC Nomusa Dube-Ncube stated that as government they are prepared to shut down the business if the owner is not willing to make payment arrangements. After conducting a road block at Prince's Grant intersection on the R102, MEC, KDM and ILembe Municipality proceeded to Darnall to address the community on the launch of the Masakhane Campaign. This great initiative is exclusively intended to mobilize communities to participate in the municipal revenue generation and strengthen the partnership between the government and the public in terms of service delivery. Delivering his welcome speech, KwaDukuza Municipality Mayor, Cllr Ricardo Mthembu indicated that the Masakhane Campaign is a revenue enhancement strategy which places people's participation explicitly at the centre of development. “As government we understand there's a lack of employment in our societies, we say if you cannot afford to pay for your tariffs, come forward and make payment arrangements with the municipality. Not paying for basic services cripples the government and makes it almost impossible for the government to create a safe and healthy environment and support local economic development. “We also plead to the public

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The KwaDukuza Municipality Local Public Administration and Human Resources Portfolio Committee (LPA/HR) held it's seating on 9 May 2018 to discuss the developments on the introduction of the shift system. At this seating, the committee only dealt with the department of Fire and Emergency Services. According to KDM, this department is amongst the top overtime paying sections in the municipality due to provision of Fire and Emergency Services being a legal obligation which Local Authorities should comply with in terms of the Constitution and certain prescripts of the law. “Following robust debate on how this service should be conducted sustainably, the portfolio made the following recommendations to Council: That a workshop be conducted to apprise Council of Legal requirements governing Local Authority and the running of Fire Services which when followed will drastically reduce payment of overtime; that critical vacant funded posts be identified and that a budget be made available to fill these vacancies to meet compliance and curb overtime; that the approved organogram for the department of Fire and Emergency Services be reviewed to ensure implementation of strategic council objectives and uninterrupted

service delivery with a view to comply with provisions outlined in the National Standards Community Protection against Fire (SANS 10 090) and other prescripts of the Law; the skills development section prioritises training requirements for Fire and Emergency Services staff in line with the skills Development Plans which are submitted annually whilst prioritising Technical and Operational skills required to reduce overtime worked by limited staff; that staff be employed to provide internal support function for the servicing of fleet and or other services so that outsourcing is kept to a minimal and this could save costs to Council and reduction of associated overtime paid to staff for the delivery and collection of vehicles to/from service providers; hours, which have been claimed for Shift Allowances, Night Work, Sundays, and Public Holidays be properly investigated by Internal Audit section in collaboration with the Finance and Corporate Service section due to inconsistencies found in the applications and interpretation of rules and regulations prescribed Basic Conditions of employment Act, as amended; that a cost analysis to expedite the process of establishing a Fire Prevention Unit be conducted, taking to cognisant the physical and human resources required to ensure effective service delivery and compliance with certain prescripts of the law.”

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On Tuesday afternoon KwaDukuza SAPS followed up a tip off regarding a dagga farm in KwaDukuza. According to KwaDukuza SAPS spokesperson Sibusiso Khuzwayo, zone 4 members made a major discovery of dagga/ cannabis worth millions of Rands in KwaDukuza. “We followed a tip off and went to the location of the farm, we found fertilizers, plant food,

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ANC KwaDukuza hosts first REC meeting The ANC in the Greater KwaDukuza region held its first Regional Executive Committee (REC) meeting after being elected by the 7th Regional Conference at Meandor Manor in Salt Rock early this month. A statement issued by the ANC in the Greater KwaDukuza Region said that the first Regional Executive Committee meeting dealt with organizational matters to enable a well-oiled organizational machinery in the build-up to the 2019 General Elections. “This entails putting into place sub-committees of the REC, electing the Regional Working Committee members, issues of cooption, electing the regional spokesperson, adopting branch reporting formats, sub-regional deployment and other related political matters. “In carrying out the above-mentioned task, the REC also had to observe constitutional imperative and as a result; the following

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instrument that serves of its all constituencies across the region. To this effect, branches will have to refocus their energies and undertake programmes that address the needs of the people as priority. The ANC in the Greater KwaDukuza Region condemned in strong terms, the formation of groupings outside constitutional structures of the organization; the ANC strongly believes that any member who holds a certain view or concern is in liberty to express such views or concerns within organizational structures without resorting to anarchic reactionary conduct.” The ANC said that the 7th conference instructed them to renew and restore dignity and integrity of the organization. “The ANC in the Greater KwaDukuza region reaffirmed its confidence in and undertaken to lobby for the previous ANC provincial leadership led by

Sihle Zikalala to be reelected in the upcoming provincial conference of the ANC in Kwa-Zulu Natal. Further, and also lobby for the name of Cde Thabani Mdlalose, Cde Phumlile Zulu and Cde Sduduzo Gumede (both former PEC members) to be elected to the Provincial Executive Committee. This sincere decision is informed by our profound belief on the capacity of this contingent in tackling challenges facing the people of KwaZulu-Natal both at political and governance level. “In line with this; the REC endorsed and placed emphasis on immediate implementation of the previous REC's decisions for redeployment at the ILembe District Municipality. The leadership expressed the necessity to reassert the organization as the strategic centre of power in line with the ground-breaking Polokwane Conference resolutions.”

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Durban Flying Squad members arrested two suspects aged 23 and 34 during a shootout on the N2 freeway in Shaka's Rock on 11 May 2018. It is alleged that police received a tracking signal of a stolen vehicle and they gave chase. According to KZN SAPS spokesperson, Captain Nqobile Gwala, a Kia workhorse cab with three occupants was tracked on the N2 northbound. “Police instructed the occupants to stop. Suspects opened fire on police and police retaliated, fatally wounding one of the suspects on the Shaka's Rock turn-off. Two other suspects were arrested. “Police recovered the vehicle that was stolen in the Greenwood Park area, Khabazela Road, a pistol

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KDM condemns illegal land invasions By Xpress Reporter

Rightful owners of land in Etete fear for their lives after a large number of people, mostly believed to be outsiders, have allegedly descended on empty pieces of land and marked it as their own. A week ago, one of the devastated land owners, who asked to remain anonymous, alleged that land invaders claim to have bought the land for as little as R150 from a community leader. KwaDukuza Municipality met with affected land owners and traditional leaders. The meeting was aimed at finding an immediate resolution to the issue. KwaDukuza Municipality Liaison Officer, Sipho Mkhize emphasized that KDM condemns this unlawful land invasion. “KwaDukuza Municipality detests the ongoing land grabs and prays that the people acquire land within constitutionally provided measures. This is said understanding that

there is a dire challenge whose redress has not covered the greater part of the population which was previously deprived rights to own land. “The municipality is currently facilitating a meeting between the various land owners, whose land has been invaded. The meetings have received information that the Magwaza chieftaincy was not involved in the sale of sites as per the claim of the invaders. Currently, the land owners are deliberating on various conclusions to this matter. A follow up meeting will be held to receive feedback from land owners and it is a hope that the decision be progressive and positive. Our stance to this matter is that justice must be served,” said Mkhize. KDM Speaker Phumzile Zulu is expected to hold community meetings in the affected wards to communicate that this invasion is not part of their policy and that it is illegal.

Hospice celebrates Mother’s Day

The Dolphin Coast Hospice Association commemorated Mother's Day by treating mums to a sumptuous lunch and a movie at Ballito Junction Mall on Wednesday, 9 May 2018. Hospice Day Care Manager, Mr Chin Suriah placed on record his thanks to Jackson Motors and DGM Bus Services who sponsored the meals and transport. Seen are the mothers with Hospice board members

Harsher punishment needed Crime is escalating in Stanger CBD, surrounding areas and recently, Stanger Manor. A businesswoman was held up at gunpoint by 3 armed men in a white Polo in the CBD. They got away with her belongings including her

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South Africa’s withdrawal of Israel Ambassador welcomed The Social Compact joins fellow South Africans and conscious driven people in welcoming the South African government's recall of our ambassador Sisa Ngombane. A statement issued by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) said: "Given the indiscriminate and gravity of the latest Israeli attack, the South African government has taken a decision to recall Ambassador Sisa Ngombane with immediate effect until further notice. Social compact condemns in the strongest possible terms these latest brutalities and murders by the Israeli regime. There is no justification for the killing of unarmed protestors demanding their human rights, right to return to their homes and a life of dignity and equality. We now also demand that the African

Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza is looking for the natural father of Sbahle Mzobe born 05/05/2007 and Amanda Mzobe born 25/08/2005. The natural mother was Busisiwe Thandazile Mzobe. She is deceased. Anyone with any information on the natural father can contact the Social Worker Mr N.M Bhengu on 032 - 5512129.

Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza is looking for the natural father of Akani Build Leshaba born 12/08/2006. The natural mother was Lindiwe Hildah Mthembu. She is deceased. Anyone with any information on the natural father can contact the Social Worker Mr N.M Bhengu on 032 - 5512129.

Relations and Cooperation, Lindiwe National Congress (ANC) led Sisulu, for taking a swift, strong and parliament satisfies the decision taken at the ANC's National Conference in decisive stand by recalling our Ambassador Sisa Ngombane from December and downgrades the South Israel. African Embassy in Israel to a Liaison Office. In December 2017, a Issued by Social Compact. declaration was issued stating that "In order to give our practical K KWA-DUKUZA GLASS expression of support to D G 27 Lindley Street, Stanger the oppressed people of Cell: +27 63 469 5448 Palestine; the ANC has email: aluwinza@gmail.com unanimously resolved to direct the SA government to immediately and unconditionally 600 x 2100 Sidelight downgrade the South African Embassy in Israel to a Liaison Office," 600 x 600 We commend the Minister of International

KwaDukuza pays tribute to Deputy Mayor, Dolly Govender Citizens of KwaDukuza took to social media to wish KDM Deputy Mayor, Councillor Dolly Govender a Happy Mother's Day. Here are some of the messages from the Facebook page 'KwaDukuza - iLembe Public Matters and Reporting': Adhir Maharaj Happy Mother's Day to Aunty Dolly. A Mother of this town. Thank you for serving this town. We acknowledge and appreciate all that you do Herashni Singh Absolutely Heart Warming Adhir. Aunt Dolly is indeed an honorable woman and Mother figure to so many. Here's wishing her an amazing day Ronald Chinniah Happy mother's day. God's blessings upon you always. Have a great day aunty Dolly Ahmed Desai Happy Mothers day comrade Dolly Govender, truely our very own IRON LADY!

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A Month of Countless Blessings Crowning Glory Laylatul Qadr is the crowning glory of the holy month of Ramadhaan. It is associated with the sending down of the Holy Book, the last Book of of our Creator on His last Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him), for the guidance of mankind. The Holy Book describes this Night. “We have indeed revealed this (message) in the Night of Power: And what will explain to you what the Night of Power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. Therein come down the Angels and the Spirit (Jibraeel) by Almighty's permission, on every errand: Peace! This until the rise of Morn!” (Surah 97) The Night of Power is the night of spiritual bliss. Our Holy Prophet (PBUH) is reported to have said concerning Ramadhaan: “Verily this month has come to you; and therein is a night which is better than a thousand Months. Whosoever is deprived of it, is deprived of all good; and none is deprived of its good except a totally unfortunate person”. (Ibn Majah) “Whosoever stands up (in prayer) at the Night of Power out of faith and hopeful of reward, all his past sins will be forgiven.”(Targhib) Better than a thousand months A thousand months are equivalent to 83 years and 4 months. Fortunate is the person who spends this night in prayer. The man or woman, who prays for the whole night during this Night, will deserve blessings and reward for the period as if he or she had been praying for eighty three years and four months consecutively. Since the Night of Power is better than one thousand months no one can actually measure the extent as to how much better it is. Exclusive The Holy Prophet (PBUH) said: “Laylatul

Laylatul Qadr

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The learners at Shining Stars Pre Primary School together with the Xpress Times team wish all Muslims well over the month of Ramadaan Qadr has been bestowed by the Almighty to my Ummah (People). It was not given to any people before this.” (Dur-Mansoor). How manifest and replete the special bounties and mercies of the Almighty are upon this Ummat is quite really beyond imagination. It will therefore be expense of sheer laziness and a few hours of extra sleep. Extremely foolish to allow ourselves to be deprived of these great blessings at the expense of sheer laziness and a few

hours of extra sleep. Which Night is it? Although there are different reports in different traditions regarding the exact night, it is almost unanimous that the blessed night occurs in one of the last ten nights of Ramadhaan and more probably in one of the last ten odd nights i.e. 2lst, 23rd, 25th 27th or 29th night. The popular opinion is, however, in favour of the 27th Night of Ramadhaan but that is

not absolutely certain. The traditions indicate that it is to be sought in one of the last ten nights and preferably in the last three odd nights. It was therefore the practice of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and his companions to make I'tikaaf in the Mosque for the whole time offering Divine service during the last ten days of Ramadhaan. In one of the last ten nights and preferably in the last three odd nights. It was therefore the practice of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and his companions to make I'tikaaf in the Mosque for the whole time offering Divine service during the last ten days of Ramadhaan. Hazrath Aisha (RA) reported that the Apostle of God Almighty said: “Search for the Blessed Night in the odd (nights) from the last ten (nights) of Ramadhaan”(Bukhari). Hazrath Aisha has narrated another saying: “I asked: O Messenger of God Almighty! Tell me if I were to find a Night of Power, what should I recite therein?”The Holy Prophet (PBUH) advised her to recite: O God Almighty! You are Forgiving, You love forgiveness, so forgive me. (Bukhari). Special attention should therefore be given to the excessive recitation of this dua on the blessed night. Furthermore one may engage in lengthy rakaats of Tahajjud Salaat, Tilaawat of the Qur'an, Dua, Zikr, etc. The worship and the vigil of the Night of Power are a treat to the soul. The heart tends to melt into tears of heartfelt gratitude. The body is in a state of angelic ecstasy The soul strives to reach nearer to our Creator. In this holy month of Ramadhaan let us strive to seek the Night of Power and its bliss. May the Almighty reward us with His bountiful blessings. Aameen. Source: JamiatulUlama

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The DA Ward 19 Branch invites residents and youth from: Newtown, the CBD, Rocky Park, Townview and Dawnside to the RA Moodley Hall on Wednesday, 16 May 2018 at 6pm for a meeting. Free flowing alcohol Two men appeared in court on a charge of theft of liquor from Manor Liquors in excess of R250.00. Owner of the business, Vikash Rampurthab noticed that stock was missing, he viewed his CCTV and noticed the security guard allowing a bakkie onto the premises which then left fully laden. N-Force security was notified and they questioned the guard who pointed out the two accomplices. They led the officers to several shebeens and taverns in the area where they confiscated a large quantity of alcohol which they had sold. Siphamandla Magwaza (21) and Siyabonga Gasa (33) have both been granted bail. Innocent observer Thobile Gumede, a local supermarket worker alleges she had become the target of a dismissed colleague. Gumede alleges that she was on her way home when she was approached by the former employee who was in the company of a few friends. She was accused by the woman of being the cause of her dismissal, a claim she denies, she was then assaulted by the woman and her friends with a beer bottle and punched and kicked her. Nompumelelo Mtshali (30) and

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Nompilo Luthuli (21) are due in court this week to seek bail No cheap aroma A shoplifter at Boxer Cash and Carry has learnt that there is no cheap way to smell good. According to a cashier she spotted the man placing deodorants under his jacket. She alerted security who apprehended him outside the store. On searching the man they found 6 cans of English Blazer, valued at R179, 94 in his possession. Mxolisi Mhlongo (30) of Groutville pleaded guilty and was sentenced to R2000 or two months imprisonment. He chose the latter and will truly enjoy the aromatic flavours of prison until his release. Stripped and embarrassed A matric learner and his girlfriend who went to a local at about 21:00pm to spend time alone were accosted by two security guards. They were made to remove their clothing and they were photographed before being

taken to the local police. They were warned and released. A few days later their picture was posted on social media and the matter was reported to the police. Muziwendoda Majola (39) and Vusi Gumede (38) were both charged with assault and crime injuria. They will appear in the regional court on the 22 of June 2018.

The loss of liquor Two very conflicting versions of an assault are before the court. It is alleged by Ayanda Thusi that he and two friends were at the action sports bar at about 02:00am last Saturday. According to Thusi he was approached by a man who simply drew a knife and stabbed him for no reason on the forehead. Sadhasivan Mariamuthoo Naidoo (44) has given a totally different version of the event. Both parties have witnesses whose versions will clarify who is telling the truth. Naidoo who has been charged in connection with the incident will appear in court on 19 June.

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Manor Cricket defeated Morningside Cricket Club in a one sided match to finish the season undefeated in the iLembe and District Cricket Union T20 A league on Saturday 12 May 2018. Manor, who where without several players, dominated the match from the outset dismissing Morningside for a Paltry 85 runs in 20 overs. Pick of the Manor bowlers where Aaron Pillay (4 overs 2 wickets for 10 runs) and Ali Sher (4 overs 3 wickets for 11 runs) that also included a magnificent hat trick. Only lucky Gambane (18), Xolani Dlamini 15 and

Harry Naidoo 11 reached double figures. In reply Manor A chased down the bonus point win in 16 overs. Adesh Bageloo (18), Cameron Pillay (16) and skipper Comfort Shange (28 not out) smashed home the winning runs. Manor's undefeated run in the T20 season was the cherry on the top for the club celebrating its 20 anniversary. Manor will also be hosting a Super 8 Big bash tournament at the end of the month as part of its 20th anniversary celebration.

Ali Sher who claimed a hat trick against Morningside had figures of 3 wickets for 11 runs

BEYOND THE TOUCHLINE The league programmes in two popular championships, the PSL (SA) and EPL (UK), came to a conclusion over the weekend without too much of razzmatazz since the winners were already decided earlier. However, there was great interest at the bottom end of the table to determine who would be relegated and who would be involved in end of season play-offs. In the PSL, the fate of Platinum Stars was already decided. The rich platinum belt centred around Rustenburg will be without a team in the lucrative ABSA Premiership after many years and rumours have it that the ownership of the club will change hands. This could mean that the Club will be relocated in another region. Cape Town, too, is in danger of losing a side in the Premier League. Its second representative, Ajax CT, finished off second last and will be involved in play-offs against the second and third finishers of the NFD, Black Leopards and the perennial Jomo Cosmos. If they fail to emerge victorious, then they will be relegated to the realms of the nondescript second division, leaving Cape Town City to fly the flag of that city in the lucrative PSL. Yet Cape Town was the powerhouse of non-racial football with clubs like Cape Town Spurs, Glendene and Santos ruling the roost in the SASL and FPL. Ajax CT is the sister club of the famous Dutch club, Ajax, which produced players like Johan Cruyff and Marco van Basten. We sincerely hope that this club with its development policy will not disappear from the SA soccer scene as it has given many talented players an opportunity to ply their trade here and overseas. In the EPL, Swansea and Stoke City joined West Bromwich Albion in the relegation stakes. The faint hope that they might stave off relegation did not materialise as results went according to form. Welsh football supporters were left disappointed as Cardiff City, winners of First Division, would be the sole representative in the EPL since Swansea was demoted. Mo Salah, the Egypt international, won the Golden Boot award by setting a new record, scoring 32 goals in a 38-game programme. He eclipsed the mark set by Luis Suarez, Alan Shearer and Christiano Ronaldo. The Liverpool striker has had a phenomenal season and in total has scored 44 goals in 51 appearances in all competitions and

can increase his tally when Liverpool play Real Madrid in the Champion League final on 26 May. The Goalkeeper award went to David de Gea of Manchester United for keeping the most number of clean sheets in the competition. League champions, Manchester City set a new record of totalling 100 points in a 20-team league and the highest goal-difference. In Spain, Barcelona's hopes of completing an unbeaten La Liga season ended in a shock 5-4 loss to Levante in their penultimate game without their talisman, Lionel Messi. They failed in their bid to become the first team since Real Madrid in 1931-32 and in a 20-team league to go without losing a game. Perhaps they will rue the decision of resting Messi without first setting the record. Well, there's always next season! Focus this week moves on to two finals in the knock-out competitions: in SA it's the Nedbank Cup between Maritzburg United and Free State Stars at the Cape Town Stadium. These teams finished 4th and 6th respectively in the League. It's too difficult to call as both teams have had a good season with United obtaining its highest position since entering the Premiership. Stars, meanwhile, have had the experience of contesting cup finals and have the support of the Free State public although they hail from Bethlehem. Maritzburg will be hoping that their diehard fans from the city of choice will make the trip to the Mother City to lend vocal support. A n interesting match is on the cards. The lore of the FA Cup continues at the iconic Wembley Stadium when recent r i v a l s , Chelsea and Manchester United, meet on Saturday. United has qualified for t h e Champions

League by finishing second while Chelsea failed in its bid by coming 5th and thus having to play in the Europa League competition. Both clubs have not won a trophy this season and, therefore, the desire is strong on both of them to emerge victorious. United has the record of having won the Cup a number of times but history does not hold water in this competition in which upsets abound. The match tactics of the two managers, Mourinho and Conte, will go a long way to determine the result. If both the teams play attacking football, the result can go either way. But if they decide to "park the bus" and wait for the penalty shoot-out, then the result is a lottery. Let's hope that both sides come out to attack each other and provide a spectacle befitting the occasion. May the better side win. Sundowns meets Barcelona in a friendly game on Wednesday (tonight) at the FNB Stadium as part of the celebrations to commemorate the centenary birthday of the legendary Nelson Mandela. Whether Barcelona will come with their numerous World Cup players such as Messi and Suarez is anybody's guess. But for certain, Andres Iniesta, the hero of Spain's victory in the 2010 World Cup will be in attendance. A big crowd is expected to support this game. On the cricket front, the IPL is reaching the end of the round-robin stage with the final games over the weekend. Presently, two teams,

Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings, are guaranteed places in the KO rounds. The other two places are being fought amongst others Kings XI Punjab, Kolkata Knight Riders and Rajasthan Royals. Some iconic players like Virat Kohli, AB de Villiers, Chris Gayle and Rohit Sharma might just miss the cut. The last word. Some of the decisions taken by the South African Rugby Board (SARB) are mindboggling and defy logic. Last week it was announced that the newlyappointed coach, Rassie Erasmus, will be able to select any available player who is either playing Super Rugby or playing overseas for various clubs. It's open house for him and makes his task so much easier in comparison to the mandate given to the former Springbok coach, Allister Coetzee. He could not select individuals who were playing overseas and had represented the Boks fewer than 15 tests. The others who were available

had no desire to represent their country as the lure of the pound and Jayce Singh is a former the euro was sports administrator and Patron of the KZNCU far greater than national pride. The question is why the sudden change in policy. Was Coetzee set up for failure ? Makes one think, doesn't it ? Until the next time, have a happy sporting week.

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Front runners for the K w a D u k u z a Vo l l e y b a l l Association league title, TV and Gate Boyz (TVGB) and Darnall United got their campaigns off the ground winning their opening games sending a clear message to their rivals. Darnall, who have dominated the volleyball scene over the past three seasons saw their bubbles burst in the Xpress Times Easter tournament when they were defeated by newcomers TVGB in the finals. Darnall have now got to prove their critics wrong and are determined to add the KDVA league title to their bulging cabinet. TVGB (formerly Warriors), on

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Meanwhile, Stanger Heights under the astute leadership of Niren (Bob) Reddy and Sandhir 'Tin Boy' Jugmohan, made their debut in the league. Made up of only youngsters, they had the unfortunate scene of going up against champions Darnall in their opening game. Darnall wasted no time as they welcomed the youngsters hammering then 2513, 25-12. Old rivals, Cool Leaders shocked the former champions Sunbrook winning the opening game 25-21. After encouraging words by manager Devan Moonsamy, Sunbrook clawed their way back trouncing Cool Leaders 25-13, 158 to claim victory.

Geanballey claims Mystique Fruit & Veg singles title Geanballey was crowned the Mystique Fruit & Veg singles darts champion after defeating Meersing Sobram in the finals hosted by KwaDukuza Darts Association at the Quartz Sports Bar last Wednesday. 24 entrants challenged for the title. In the top half of the draw Terrence Subban beat the more fancied Charlie Pillay 2-0, Justin Naidoo accounted for Paddy Padayachee 2-0, Rowen Pillay defeated Preolen Muthoosamy 2-1 and Meersing Sobram beat Devan

Gounden 2-0 to advance into the quarter final. In the bottom half of the draw Jodie Naidoo beat Nine Pillay 2-1, Vasa Rungasamy defeated Leon Moonsamy 2-1, Navern Coopsamy beat Jerry Govender 2-0 and Vinesh Geanballey beat Jullian Moonsamy 2-0 to book their places in the quarters. In the first quarters Justin Naidoo beat Terrence Subban 2-0 in the first game to book a semi-final berth against Meersing Sobram who defeat Rowen Pillay 2-0. Vasa

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Rungasamy beat Jodie Naidoo to advance into the semis against Vinesh Geanballey who beat Navern Coopsamy in a close game 2 1 . In the first semi's Meersing kept his rich vein of form to take on Naidoo and produced top tallies in both the sets to defeat Naidoo 2-0. Vinesh Geanballey continued his scintillating form to defeat Vasa Rungasamy 2-0 to set up a mouthwatering final against Meersing. The crowd was well entertained as the final was a real humdinger with both players throwing pint-point darts in the firsts set. Meersing drew first blood and won the first set to lead 10. In the second set Geanballey outplayed Meersing with high scores, two 140 and two 100 and won the set to level the scores 1-1. In the last set Geanballey kept the same spirit and went all out and defeated Meersing 2-1 to

Indeed, it has been a meaningful spiritual journey for the Muslim community in KwaDukuza. As Council, we wish the many families and friends all the best after a month of fasting and spiritual piety as they embark on the auspicious occasions of Eid ul Fitr to mark the end of Ramadan. As South African citizens and residents of KwaDukuza we have benefited from the acts of solidarity from the brothers and sisters form the Middle East. The entrepreneurial spirit and mosques of their descendants add a vibrant flavour to the town's rich history. It is against this backdrop that we reiterate our condemnation the violence inflicted on the Islam community. It has no room in our town or anywhere in the world where there is a dire need for the pursuit of the creation of a just, equitable and humane world order. His Worship the Mayor : What happened in Verulam is a true reflection of Cllr Ricardo Mthembu terrorist crimes and another tragedy of intolerance. It was an attack on the sacrosanctity of a place of worship and indiscriminate killing of innocent people. We appreciate the discipline exercised by the Muslim community during this period and pray that the might of the law takes it cause quicker, so that we can show the world as South Africans that this is no playground for criminals of any sort. May the discipline that you have exercised during the month of Ramadan strengthen you with the necessary courage and fortitude to fight against all the ills affecting our humanity. As you bow and cite your prayer O Allah! I fasted for You and I believe in You and I put my trust in You and I break my fast with Your sustenance please remember an equitable, just and humane world order is possible. MN70/2018

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8

37

99

2kg Daybreak Fillet Breasts 2kg Goldi IQF Fillet Breast

3 x 2kg caselots @ R224.97

7499

3 x 2kg caselots @ R239.97

79

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99

99

12 x 600g Daybreak Supa Chunks

144

99

Unit R17.92

3kg Goldi Flavoured Burgers

10 x 1kg caselots @ R74.90

11499 749

3 x 5kg caselots @ R434.97

1.5 Dozen Nu Dawn Extra Large Eggs

3 x 4kg caselots @ R344.97

Nu Dawn Medium Eggs

Nu Dawn Large Eggs

2.5 dozen

3999 7999 5 dozen

21499

1kg Rainbow Head & Feet

2299

4kg 5kg

99

2kg

5599

2kg

55

3999

99

325g Aminas Wonder Spice Marinade

3499

Unit R25.00

500g Wooden Spoon Margarine White / Yellow

10

Unit R3.33

400g Melrose Spread Bottle

2.5kg Lutosa Choice Chips 12mm

Take any for

99

99

3 for

300g I&J Tasty Fish Fingers

1kg Mccains Mixed Veg / Sweet corn / Garden Peas / Country Crop Bonnita Gouda Wedges Cheese PER / KG

99

R

1kg Nutriday Fruit Yoghurt

99

99

Tumbler Hi Ball (39527)

Take

6 x 100g Clover Classic Smooth Yoghurt

4 litre Moo Amasi

950g Danone DANUP 2in1

1.5 litre Clover Krush 100% Juice

2 litre Moo Fresh Milk

39

99

50ml Pando Syrup

16999 1699

KIC Freezer 210LTR KCG210 Metallic

99

20

Unit R6.66

Pampers Jumbo Pack (Jun52, Maxi66, Maxi+62, Midi76, Xl44)

Unit R0.99

1.75kg Catmor Cat Food

99

3 for

3199

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14499 15 x 1 dozen Nu Dawn Medium Eggs

2.5 dozen

4499 23985 8999 5 dozen

Unit R15.99

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Xpress times 16 05 2018  

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