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Family home burned down in Warrenton By Xpress Reporter

Tragedy struck the Nkumo family when their home went up in flames on the night of Wednesday, 9 October 2013 at approximately 7pm. According to the ward councillor, Andrew Gopaul, he received a call from the distraught grandmother for

assistance the following morning. “My team and I assisted the family in every way,” said Gopaul. The grandmother of six grandchildren, Lungile Goodness Nkumo (66), said how thankful she was that none of her family, especially her grandchildren, was trapped in the fire. “My grandson Lungelo and my

other grandchild went outside from the lounge when the fire started and luckily my neighbour called the KwaDukuza Fire Service,” said Nkumo. The Acacia Road, Warrenton residence saw three bedrooms and their bathroom burnt. Investigations are underway as to what caused the fire.

Durban Metro police find “chop shop” in KwaDukuza By Xpress Reporter

Arguably one of the busiest Fridays in terms of various law enforcement units, stopping crime in KwaDukuza took place last week. INFERNO: This Warrenton home was ablaze on Wednesday, 9 October While the KwaDukuza 2013. Nobody was injured or killed Cluster Unit, the Drug squad and Mutton or Chicken t h e N a t i o n a l Intervention Unit and Rice (NIU) stopped an 64 King Shaka Street, Stanger Ntshawini ( 032 551 5362 syndicate from Fried Chicken with robbing a service station in the CBD yellow potato, WEDNESDAY SPECIALS in the early hours dholl and rice Chicken of the morning, police from Phutu & Phutu & Breyani 1/4 Mutton 1/4 Chicken Mutton Chicken Durban also made THURSDAY SPECIALS their presence felt Bunny Bunny 00 Fish Curry R 50 R in KwaDukuza. R R Live Chicken The Durban S A P S F l y i n g OUT OF TOWN: Durban Metro Police and Durban SAPS enforcing justice in KwaDukuza FRIDAY SPECIALS Roti Rolls Squad, the Mutton Breyani Burger Kebaab Durban Metro Police K9 stolen Toyota Conquest to the disassembles stolen automobiles Live Chicken Mutton Unit and a tracking company location. Chicken Chops Chutney for the purpose of selling them as traced stolen vehicles to a parts. The Inspector also said that they Pick-ups only - NO DELIVERIES Mahatma Gandhi Street found a Toyota Hilux with the The Durban law enforcement workshop. units spent almost the entire day in engine serial number “erased.” Speaking to a Durban “These guys have created a KwaDukuza as breakdown services Metro K9 Unit Officer on the market for parts, this is a chop were allegedly called in to remove scene it was learned that they shop,” said the Inspector. A chop more stolen vehicles. Three successfully tracked down a shop is a location or business which suspects were taken in.

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KwaDukuza Municipality (KDM) Mayor, Councillor Ricardo Mthembu visited the Flea Market hosted by Ward 19 Senior Citizens on Friday, 11 October 2013. Mthembu expressed his delight

at the good work that the senior citizens are doing in terms of staying active and working creatively. “Young people must learn from you and do things for themselves,” said Mthembu. According to Sandeep

Oudhram, the aim of this initiative is to empower senior citizens. “We want to empower the senior citizens by creating this Flea Market which they will hold every Friday and Saturday,” said Oudhram.


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ANC hosts “unmediated” IWC forum By Xpress Reporter

The African National Congress (ANC) held an unprecedented first ever unmediated, forum in the ANC greater KwaDukuza Region at the KwaDukuza Town Hall on Thursday, 10 October 2013. According to the region's liaison officer, Slindile Ngcobo, the forum aimed to address the role of “Indian, Coloured and White” communities within the ANC structures. “Muzi Sithole, ANC Greater KwaDukuza Regional Secretary, gave an analysis on what the Forum would entail and encouraged those in attendance to participate. 'The ANC invited the ICW, the Indians in particular to raise issues that are a hindrance in their participation in the ANC structures,” said Muzi Sithole. The Forum was held a day after the birthday of Kader Asmal of which Sithole reminded the Forum, and said it was wrong that no celebrations were held in honour of Kader Asmal even though he was such a great leader who contributed so much in the struggle against apartheid who came from KwaDukuza. The keynote speaker, ANC KwaZulu-Natal Provincial Secretary, Sihle Zikalala spoke of the history and role of the Indians in the struggle against apartheid. He was cognizant that some Indians reportedly showed reluctance to support ANC. Zikalala spoke of

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Chairperson, Thokozani Msweli, witnessed the facilitator of the Forum, Edwin Pillay, and the chairperson of the panel of the Recommendations Committee, Paul David, in action as the floor was then open to the public for them to raise their concerns. The proposal of creating an Ombudsman position at the Municipalities was taken into consideration and would be implemented, to curb corruption. Businessmen, ratepayers and long standing citizens of KwaDukuza also spoke their mind and this is what some of them had to say… Shain Manjoo, a local businessman and ANC member, said: '”The meeting was reminiscent of the early 90's before South Africa's

first democratic elections. It was wonderful to see old ANC stalwarts such as Paul David and Riaz Meer.” He added that he was impressed with the huge turnout of people who did not want to be referred to as 'Indians, Whites or Coloureds' but as South Africans. Manjoo asked pertinent questions about poor service delivery and mismanagement at all levels of Government. He also queried why there was little or no interaction between local, provincial and national Government departments in the town. Zaf Khan (Member of the local Mayor's Task Team) was more vociferous in his assessment of the 'unmediated' meeting. He said the question of two

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municipalities in one town is “confusing the hell out of elderly people and business people.” “Digging up holes is done by iLembe and you must contact KDM to come cover the holes,” said Khan. Khan also expressed his frustration over the correcting of the so-called Chief Albert Luthuli Upgrade. Another citizen, who wishes to remain anonymous, said that his King Shaka Road community is without streetlights for close to four years now and is fed up with KwaDukuza Municipality (KDM). “Driving up Maphumulo Highway towards Stanger Manor I find more than ten streetlights on 24/7 when my family and neighbours have none.”

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Thanmsanqa Ngcobo however the complainant whose car was stolen did not want to bring any charges against the accused. He added that they will be remanded into custody with the view of conducting further investigations. T h e C l u s t e r Commander confirmed that this five some were a syndicate connected to a case of business robbery in 'KwaDukuza and Umhlali.' The Brigadier said that it was good intelligence that was gathered that paid positive results and a well coordinated and well planned take down ensured that the suspects were arrested without any innocent bystanders getting injured, 'as it could have easily gone wrong if the suspects had the opportunity to draw their firearms.’

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Caught in Court

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Just panel beating When Ntombi Qwabe of Doesburg intervened in a neighbour's quarrel, she ended up being insulted and assaulted by her neighbour. Qwabe alleges that her daughter called her to separate their neighbours who were arguing and quarrelling. When she entered their premises, she alleges that she was slapped and sworn at before being struck on the head with a brick, causing slight injuries to her head. Siyabonga Magwaza (19), a panel beater in the Doesburg area, was granted bail and is due back at court on 28 November. Going downhill Beset with social problems, a middle aged welder who is also unemployed has now resorted to crime. Vincent Naicker of Glenhills alleges that on 1 October he was walking along King Shaka Street after withdrawing R850 from the ATM. He alleges that he spotted the problem-infested man who snatched his cash and fled. The matter was reported to the police and last week Naicker spotted the culprit whom he pointed out to a passing policeman who

arrested him. Pravin Hansraj (42) is due back at court on 21 November 2013. Cheeky buggers Sipho Nhlabati of Clark Road in Dawnside cannot understand the brazen bravado displayed by two men who live nearby. He alleges that he was preparing a meal for himself when he was approached by the two who asked him to purchase them beers. He explained that he had no money on him and they began to search him. On challenging them, one drew a screwdriver and stabbed him in his leg whilst his accomplice searched him and seized his R400 cash before they fled. Police arrested Eugene Mngadi (32) and Sakhile Buthelezi (32). Both were granted bail and are due before court again on 20 November. No winner An argument over the Pirates and Platinum Stars cup final has left one person seriously injured. Buzakhona Ngidi alleges that he intervened in an argument over the teams between two persons who were watching the game on television at a friend's house. After the

match, Ngidi was on his way home when he was confronted by Themba Ndlela who stabbed him 8 times all over his body. He managed to stagger back to his friend's house and was hospitalized. Two days later he returned home and discovered his house was broken into and his food stuffs were scattered all over. His friends informed him that they had questioned Ndlela about the break-in and he returned some of the items. He threatened to stab Ngidi again if he took any action. Ngidi opened a case against him and Ndlela (29) was arrested. He is expected to apply for bail this week which is likely to be opposed. A poor example A student from Netcare Campus and her three male accomplices appeared in court on a charge of malicious damage to property. Educator Sanjay Maharaj, alleges he was visiting a friend in Oceanview recently. He was attacked by two youths who assaulted him. As they were leaving the premises, their friends joined them and they began kicking his vehicle, causing damages estimated at R6000. Evashnee

Naidoo (20), Tanushan Moodley (28), Krenesen Moodley (22) and Mohammed Hassan (18) were granted bail of R1000 each. They are due back at court on 28 November. Double Jeopardy A 16-year-old Maphumulo girl whose wallet was stolen at the Shoprite area found herself at the mercy of a so called Good Samaritan. The 33-year-old offered to help her and suggested she accompany him to his place of residence to pick up money to help her on her way to Maphumulo. Once he arrived at his compound room he suggested she stay the night as it was getting late to travel and leave in the morning. During the night, he got off the floor and raped her as she slept on his bed. When she tried to leave, he threatened her with a knife and forced her to stay. In the morning she heard voices and screamed for help after being unsuccessful in her bid to escape during the night. She was rescued by two members of Alpha Security Services and the culprit was apprehended. He has been remanded in custody pending a bail investigation this week.

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N-Force nab daylight robber

KwaDukuza SAPS warn of new criminal behaviour By Xpress Reporter

According to local SAPS media liaison officer, Constable Sbusiso Khumalo, criminals have adopted a new modus operandi when attempting house robberies. The suspects lure unsuspecting victims by “knocking on the door posing as imposters” and then ransacking the household. The following advice is issued by the KwaDukuza SAPS as safety measures and

exercising vigilance: • Please keep all doors locked and windows closed; • Ask the person for an Identity document without opening your door (check through a side window); • Hear if you are familiar with their voice / s; • Use devices like peepholes, CCTV cameras and the like; • Make sure your panic buttons and alarm systems are in working condition; • Be very familiar of your surroundings;

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• If you feel threatened feel free to call the police; In the unlikely event that you fall prey to criminals, Constable Khumalo, says that a thorough description of the suspect would be helpful (if he or she has a unique scar, the colour of their clothes and type of shoes, the way they walk and more). He advises that citizens be patient and not interfere with the crime scene by cleaning it up as crime scene investigators may lose valuable clues.

PHOTOGENIC: N-Force security officers Nitesh and Dan apprehended this man after Yathin of Lighty Barbers spotted him in their property on Thursday just before midday. N-Force officers confirmed that this individual stole copper pipes and other industrial odds after searching him. The N-Force team also claims that this man was involved in a recent Tootels robbery

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Have you spent too much of your life standing at the corner of worry and angst? You're not alone. I worry that I'm going to spend my golden years broke and living on a park bench, that the funky mole on my husband's back isn't really benign, as his doctor keeps insisting. I worry about climate change, genetically modified foods and BPAin plastics. There's evidence that many people have brains a bit like minestill abuzz in the wee hours with "What if...what if...no, seriously, what if...?" Anxiety disorders are the most common mental illness according to the Anxiety and Depression Association. In the age of information overload and up-to-thesecond Twitter feeds, it's not surprising that we feel constantly on high alert, says Friedemann Schaub, MD, PhD, author of The Fear and Anxiety Solution. "The constant barrage of news gives us every little detail of every disaster. Even though there may be nothing dangerous in our immediate environment, we still feel like something bad could also happen to us at any moment," he says. To further complicate matters, this stuff is supposed to give us the jitters. "We're wired to pay attention to things that are scary," says Martin Rossman, MD, author of The Worry Solution. "The number one function of our brain is to keep us alive, so we worry as a way to anticipate possible dangers and problem-solve our way through them. All of us come from vigilant ancestorsif they hadn't been vigilant, they wouldn't have survived." Unfortunately, Rossman adds, we've gotten so good at worrying; we don't always know how to shut it off. The largescale fears can get mixed in with the petty grievances, leaving us drowning in anxiety. So how do you see your way clear? For starters, focus only on what you can control. "Instead of avoiding pain, uncertainty and heartbreak, we should embrace these emotions," says Steven Hayes, PhD, professor of psychology at the University of Nevada, Reno. "They're fundamentally a part of what it means to be human." Ever experience waves of panic when you think about where your life should be? You

should be engaged! You should be pregnant! You should be the boss by now! Social media doesn't help. A Facebook feed full of other people's promotions and adorable children can fuel your sense of falling behind and make you less appreciative of your own success. According to one 2013 study, users felt more envious and less satisfied with their lives after reading their friends' glowing status updates. And the more friends they had, the worse they felt. To free yourself from the compare-anddespair trap, try to harness your "onlyness." • Onlyness is the spot in the world only you inhabita mix of the history, experiences and ideas that make up your life story. If you deny it by engaging in 'comparisonitis,' you'll miss your true value. Next time a friend's progress gives you a pang of sadness, Merchant suggests asking yourself whether that's what you really want right now. If so, make an action plan: Start an online dating profile, sock away an extra R180 a week (R500 a month), and ask for more responsibility at work. But also look at the whole picture: The friend who's expecting her second baby may be envious of your career success. And finally, don't underestimate the power of blooming late. • What if I lose my job: You can't control the job market, but you can shore up your future prospects by networking. If that very word gives you agitation, fear not: The best strategies don't involve schmoozing at a conference; • Pay it forward: "Avoid thinking about networking as a transaction in which you're benefiting. Instead, try to give. One simple way: Stay on top of news and trends relating to your industry, and share interesting articles via e-mail or social media. Your contacts will see you as tapped in and insightful, and they'll consider you a valuable asset should an opportunity arise • Show your support: "If you want to reengage with an old colleague or remind someone you exist, take a minute to endorse her skills on LinkedIn. (Just make sure they're skills you've actually witnessed on the job; otherwise it will seem arbitrary.) It's likely she'll return the favor, which may benefit you: Companies are starting to consider these endorsements when they recruit, seeking out people who have the highest number in a particular area." • Don't forget your coworkers: “I focus on developing more meaningful relationships with my coworkers by carpooling or going for a drink after work. I know I can call on them in a few years if we cultivate that bond.” - Arianna Davis (Oprah.com)

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I was in utter disbelief when I edited last week's, 'Invitation to all Indians, Whites and Coloureds to attend a specifically arranged ANC unmediated forum meeting' and to interact with Provincial Secretary of the ANC, Sihle Zikalala. It's like some people are suddenly in charge and lending us a sympathetic ear. I didn't attend because I thought that All Fool's Day had come early and that reporter Vernon was joking, and quite honestly I thought nobody would attend. I felt that no reasonably intelligent person would suddenly like to be reminded that he belongs to a particular race group. This is nothing but 'baaskap mentality' and stinks of racism. Our worldrenowned, esteemed, ailing ex-president Mandela declared very loudly and

Maybe I'm overreacting, but it hurts!! vehemently that 'never shall one race dominate over another in this democracy'. What democracy is this when millions go missing or are squandered without trace? What democracy is this when a leader says that his government has a pact with God and that his party will govern till Jesus returns? What democracy is it when the leader and his overweight cronies can award themselves exorbitant salary hikes at their own whim, while the large majority of his very OWN people are suffering and still walk the streets BEGGING for food and depend on NGO's and a generous public? Such is the nature of power when you make impetuous, irrational statements and live the very opulent, luxurious life you fought to overthrow!!Read George Orwell's Animal Farm and be educated about the secret agendas and subversive activities. But when I read that a few old, seasoned, deep- thinking 'comrades' had attended, I realized that I was wrong, and I was reminded of the memorable words of Robert Bolt in his brilliant play, 'A Man for all Seasons' ,in which Richard Rich says 'Every man

KZN cabinet dogged by public protests By Xpress Reporter

The KwaZulu-Natal government structure has seen many a change from the highest levels in terms of positions and the resultant personalities thereof. The Newly elected KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Premier Senzo Mchunu chaired his first Cabinet meeting in Pietermaritzburg on Wednesday and welcomed Education Member of the Executive Council (MEC) Peggy Nkonyeni who was appointed earlier in the week. Cabinet reportedly received pockets of public protests in Durban and Richmond, in the Midlands. It condemned the violent nature of some of the

demonstrations and urged law enforcement agencies to move swiftly to isolate criminality in order for genuine service delivery matters to be addressed by the relevant municipalities. Premier Mchunu took a decision to set up a task team of MECs to look into the protests and report back to C a b i n e t w i t h recommendations. “Service delivery is a priority for our Government and we have an obligation to ensure that all our communities benefit. While we recognize the democratic right enshrined in the Constitution for people to protest, we must draw a bold

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has his price!' When we marched and toy-toyed sideby- side prior to 1994 to fight the regime, nobody told us that we were Indians, Whites or Coloureds and that we should march in another place with different placards. This invitation to me sends out a very strong signal that we ARE all different and we must be prepared to be marginalized and polarized. It tells me that 'somebody is in charge and whatever decision you want to make, it will have to meet their approval' The guest speaker wanted to look at 'the role of the Indians, Coloureds and Whites within ANC structures'. What a load of guff and balderdash is this? Indians were in the forefront of intelligent decision making (Brains Trust) and several were in exile or thrown on the island. 'Come out and speak!' said the invitation. To what avail? For what purpose? might I ask. One has to be very careful when dealing with such sensitive racial issues because we once fought against foe- The apartheid regime!! Keep your thoughts flowing and the letters rolling

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line between expressions of genuine grievances and underhand, criminal activities, some with undeclared political motives. I expect the team to report back at the next Cabinet meeting in order for us to stabilize these areas as soon as possible,” said Mchunu. The team, to be led by Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs MEC Nomusa Dube, includes the MEC for Transport, Community Safety and Liaison Willies Mchunu; MEC for Human Settlements and Public Works Ravi Pillay; Health MEC Dr Sibongiseni Dhlomo and Finance MEC Ina Cronje.


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ANC FEARS FOR THE MF Through informed and reliable sources Fax 032 552 2133 or email your letters to timesmedia@telkomsa.net. STRICTLY NO WILL BE USED WITHOUT A PROPER NAME, ADDRESS AND CONTACT DETAILS. I have learnt that, at a meeting held by LETTER The Editor cannot be held responsible for any information in the Letters to the Editor column. This is intended to be a platform and forum for those members of the ANC at the KwaDukuza Town Hall the communitycolumn who have an opinion on a certain issue, which does not necessarily on Thursday, 10 October 2013; entitled 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 ICW, the guest speaker and the ANC 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 Provincial Secretary Sihle Zikalala reserves the right not to publish a letter. made reference to the Minority Front. It was mentioned that the Minority Front is a “long wait” is over. How true is this statement small Party and targets the Minority in that the residents of Stanger Manor had a Community or only Indians. “really long wait”, spanning for more than The above statement made by the Provincial twenty years, as the ANC has been the Secretary is so much very true, as the Minority majority Party from 1996. In this long wait Front has always been the only voice of the there has been minimal service delivery not Indian Community and through its various just in Stanger Manor, but in all the rate paying Community initiatives has the Community areas of KwaDukuza. close to their heart. The road improvement presently taking The Provincial Secretary has been so place in Stanger Manor and in other rate contradictory as he temporarily had forgotten paying wards is not being done by the ANC. that the meeting was entitled ICW an This is as a result of a long term loan taken by abbreviation for Indian, Coloured and White, the Municipality to an amount of two hundred KwaDukuza residents are undoubtedly familiar with Studio One and with the Indian Community being targeted in and seventy six million rands (R276 000 000), the friendly service of Mr Krish Rampersadh. Studio One was the advert with regard to the meeting in the for the ROADS and ENERGY MASTER established in 1964 (Upstairs: Whitehouse Building) and began with local media mentioned “particularly the PLAN. This loan would be serviced with traditional 'black and white dark room photography.' Indian Community”. substantial interest by all rate payers of The business then moved to Jansoni Arcade in 1981, before making The ANC has continuously sidelined the KwaDukuza over a long period of time. By its mark at the current location in Stanger Mall in 1982. Indian Community through its discriminatory that time many of us may have been long dead Specialising in family portraiture, digital photo processing, Legislations viz. Affirmative Action, and gone and the repaired roads would have customized picture framing and restoration of old photos; Studio One Employment Equity Act and the Quota become in a state of disrepair, whilst this loan has become a household name renowned for service excellence. System in Tertiary Education. (Jobs and is still not fully paid. The rate payers should be D r i v e n b y a p a s s i o n f o r Education) so how is it possible for Indians to very much aware that had it not been for this AUCTION photography, Mr Rampersadh's son, support the ANC. loan the ANC controlled Municipality would Sanjay, joined him in 2002. The Minority Front will continue having a not in any way be able to engage in these In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Lower Tugela “We are constantly striving towards place in the Political arena as long as there is service deliveries. The ANC would not be able held at KwaDukuza CASE NO: 2100/12 imaging perfection,” said Sanjay. discrimination and inequality of the citizens of to claim credit and all credit is due to the rate He added that they are indebted to South Africa based on colour. In the matter between payers of Kwadukuza. customers for their unwavering Councillor Bikrum Bharat Sing Furthermore Council has resolved to KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY patronage over the decades. Minority Front transfer homes in Sunnypark, 101 Flats, CREDITOR “Our pledge to our clientele is that Glenhills and Protea Heights through the we will deliver world class imaging ANC'S BIG BLUFF and EXTENDED ENHANCED BENEFIT technology at the most affordable The article in local news media last week SCHEME to the residents at no cost. Let not ARESH MOHAN prices,” he said. entitled: “Manor gets a revamp' and the the ANC take credit for this decision, as these 1ST EXECUTION DEBTOR contents thereof begs a homes were built under the astute Leadership SELVAM MOHAN response. The ANC has of the late Amichand Rajbansi in the House of 2ND EXECUTION DEBTOR AUCTION mentioned that the residents Delegates and the transfer of these homes were long overdue. MOHAN KASSIENARAIN In the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Lower Tugela The late Mr. Amichand In the Magistrates Court for the District of Lower Tugela held at Stanger CASE NO: 63/2011 3RD EXECUTION DEBTOR held at KwaDukuza CASE NO: 2300/12 Rajbansi of the In the matter between GOONIA KASSIENARAIN Minority Front has one In the matter between 4TH EXECUTION DEBTOR more reason to smile BUSISIWE GQIBOKWAKHE MAZIBUKO from Heaven, as the BEERMATHEE ROOPLALL CREDITOR / PLAINTIFF NOTICE OF SALE indigent and poor has CREDITOR Kindly take notice that the goods listed hereunder will be always been close to and sold by public auction to the highest bidder for cash or and bank guaranteed cheque, purchaser taking all risks, on his heart. SLONDILE NGIBA the 7TH NOVEMBER 2013 to be held at the Sheriff`s Sale Councillor Bikrum MVOTI BRICK AND BLOCK CC EXECUTION DEBTOR / DEFENDANT Room, Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Bharat Sing EXECUTION DEBTOR Street, KwaDukuza at 10h00. 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GOODS 1 X LG Flat Screen TV 2 x No Name Freezers 2 x Defy Fridges 1x Defy Microwave 1 x Defy Washing Machine 1 x Trojan Pursuit 330 Machine 2 x LG TVs (One with remote) 2 x 3 Piece Wall Units 2 x 4 Piece Lounge Suites 1 x LG Mini HI-Fi with speakers 1 x Wooden Kist Cupboard 1 x Wooden Coffee Table 1 x LG Microwave 1 x LG DVD Player Home Theatre 1 x DSTV Multi Choice 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.

Court and a Warrant of Execution issued thereon, the following goods will be sold by Public Auction to the highest bidder for cash at the Sheriff`s Sale Room at Jay Krishna Centre, 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, Stanger, KwaDukuza, on the 07TH NOVEMBER 2013 at 10h00. 1. 1 x LG TV 2. 1 x Glass Top Coffee Table 3. 1 x Wooden TV Stand 4. 1 x Leather Sleeper Couch 5. 1 x 2 Seater Lounge Suite 6. 1 x Defy Fridge 7. 1 x Russell Hobbs Microwave 8. 1 x Samsung Washing Machine 9. 1 x Telefunken Flat Screen TV 10. 3 x Piece Kitchen Scheme 11. 1 x Silver Peugeot Reg NT 11329, Model 2004, Chasis No. VF33 HRF NC 83174633, Engine No. 10LH890879240, Peugeot 307 SW.

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In execution of a judgement of the Magistrate’s Court for the District of Lower Tugela given on the 15TH JULY 2013 in the abovementioned matter and by virtue of a Warrant of Execution issued on the 26TH JULY 2013 a judicial sale by public auction will be held on the following

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DATE : 7 November 2013 TIME : 10h00 PLACE : Jay Krishna Centre 134/6 Mahatma Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza GOODS: 1. 1 x Mitsubishi White Colt Hi-Line 2000 NT 46381; 2. 1 x Hino Truck White NT 49052; And/or alternatively the right, title and interest in and to the attached goods

TAKE NOTICE FURTHER 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.

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 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.

The office of the Sheriff for Lower Tugela will conduct the sale with auctioneers R Singh (Sheriff) and/or S Reddy. Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to Court Rules apply.

The office of the Acting Sheriff for Lower Tugela will conduct the sale with auctioneers R Singh (Sheriff) and/or S Reddy. Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to Court Rules apply.

DATED AT KWADUKUZA ON THIS 10TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2013.

DATED AT KWADUKUZA ON THIS THE 11TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2013.

DATED AT KWADUKUZA ON THIS 14TH DAY OF OCTOBER 2013.

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PLAINTIFF’S ATTORNEYS MATHER & ASSOCIATES SUITE 3, THE TOWERS 69 MAHATMA GANDHI STREET STANGER (REF: MR MATHER/ck/M1122/GEN)

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

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Grove End ends KSST reign The Stanger and District EZE's Electrical competitive league came to a nail-biting conclusion on Thursday night with KSST, Randsons and Grove End engaging in a 3-way battle for glory. Grove End caused a major upset when they defeated reigning champs KSST 25-

12, 24-26, 15-13.The score line itself tells a story. Rising talents, Vinny Singh and Sherwin Adyappa from Grove End stole the show yet again and they were backed by veteran Bevlyn Thaver and some superb play by Ronald Poonsamy. This win put Grove End back on top

and with KSST having a game in hand against Warriors Sport, KSST needed to win by a huge margin against Warriors Sport to retain the title. Warriors Sport also had a double header and caused another major upset in their first outing when they defeated Randsons 1925,26-24,16-14, putting Randsons out of contention for the league title and with Warriors Sport registering their first league match victory. KSST were pinning their hopes on trouncing Warriors to bring them on par with Grove End on points, but with a better points ratio. But this was not to be as Warriors held their own going down 13-25,11-25,denying KSST the league title and giving Grove End their first league title win in eight years. Manager cum coach, Kamal Singh's hard work has finally paid-off.

Elated Grove End after lifting the EZE's Electrical league title

The little maestros, Vinny Singh and Sherwin Adyappa wreaked havoc as they helped Grove End win the league title

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Manor aficionados shine at Westridge Tennis Stadium

GOLDEN STROKES: From (L-R): Coach Tewary with his winning team of maestros Preshivan Govender, Jaden Pillay and Jurano Pillay who exceeded expectations in the Department of Sports KZN in singles and doubles in the Under-17 division. These three boys range in age from 10 to 12-years-old.

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Stanger Secondary at Top Schools Tournament

REPRESENTING: Stanger Secondary School learners represented KwaDukuza at the Top Schools Tournament which was held in Durban from 11 to 13 October 2013. They are seen with managers Miss P Gopalan and Miss SB Shaik Ali. Table Tennis Convener, Mrs R Moodley would like to thank all sponsors for their generosity in purchasing kits for the team

KDAC to host awards evening PRODIGY: Sameer Manjoo (13), coached by Rowena Sanders, is a tennis wunderkind winning all his Under-17 singles titles matches and winning two doubles matches. The prodigy, a member of the KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) Tennis Squad, will play at a provincial tournament in Bloemfontein in December.

Amashova event a success KwaDukuza Cycling Club participated in the Amashova event this past weekend. Those that participated were: 106km: Zax Vadia, Dan Wellington, Mohammed Rawat, Zahir Rawat, Rashid Amir, Shiraz Tayob, Ebrahim Ismail, Mohammed Seedat and Aslam Manjra 65km: Raveen Baboothilal, Feizal Moolla, Mohammed. Omarjee, Dino Moodley, Vikesh Baboothilal and Riaz Bassa 35km: Humza Ismail, Talhaa Ismail, Mohammed Danka, Abdurahmaan Danka, Mubeen Cassimjee, Yaseen Amir and Muhammed Hassim.

KDCC is all set to launch the safe cycling campaign. The club has teamed up with Iqra printers who will be sponsoring all signs that go up on our roads. With Iqra printers now on board KDCC can now launch their safe cycling campaign. The club is indebted to Iqra printers for their support.

KwaDukuza Athletic Club will host their anual awards day function on 9 November 2013 at the Bethel Baptist Church Hall commencing at 6.30pm. Tickets are sold by executive club members at R50.00 (club members) and R80.00 (non club members). All club members are advised to please take note that Race Log Sheets must be handed to Mr

Danny Sewmungal by 17 October 2013. KDAC will host its final breakfast run for 2013 on 27 October 2013 at Tinley Manor Beach commencing at 5am. Members are urged to join this event and enjoy a fun filled day. Members must confirm numbers with Sue Gungadeen on 0843217545 or at time trials on Thursdays.

The Annual Event for 2013 is its AGM which will be held on 30 November 2013 at Stanger Manor Primary School at 3pm. All executive members to submit their portfolio reports to Miss Yulesha Devnarain on 0837082459 or Miss Ashnee Naidoo on 0747475181. Executive portfolio reports are due by 16 November 2013.

KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY Temporal vacancies for Qualified Plumbers, Unskilled Plumbers and Qualified Electricians KwaDukuza Municipality in partnership with P.J.S Communications will be embarking on a program to install solar geysers throughout the ward within the boundaries of KwaDukuza. The following temporal vacancies exist. 1. 10 qualified plumbers with certification per ward 2. 10 plumbers without certification per ward, 10 unskilled per ward. 3. 10 qualified electricians per ward.

Cyclists stay Alive at 1.5m Seen are 3 members KDCC that did the 65km from Cato Ridge to Durban. They are Dino Moodley, Feizal Moolla and Mohammed Danger Omarjee. Missing from the picture is Riaz Bass, Raveen Baboothilal and Vickesh Baboothilal

Please note that the above mentioned vacancies are temporal and individuals employed to work on the installation of geysers will paid by LPS Electrical, who is the main contractor and not by KwaDukuza Municipality. The earmarked wards for the installation of solar geysers are as follows 02, 05, 08, 10 and 18. Rashid Amir of KwaDukuza Cycling Club receiving the sponsorship of kit from Shiraz Tayob of Olympic cars

Application forms are to be collected from the Public Participation office, Disaster Management Office at KwaDukuza Municipality or from the respective Ward Councillors. Closing date: 21/10/2013 at 15:00 N.J. MDAKANE MUNICIPAL MANAGER MN263/2013


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Red Bull's Sebastian Vettel won the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday but was made to wait for his fourth successive Formula One title after Ferrari's Fernando Alonso finished fourth. The 26-year-old German's fourth win at Suzuka in the last five years left him with a lead of 90 points over Alonso with four races, and a maximum 100 points, remaining. Vettel's Australian team mate Mark Webber, who had started on pole position, finished 7.1 seconds behind in a Red Bull one-two with Frenchman Romain Grosjean taking third place for Lotus on a sunny

afternoon at the Honda-owned track. It was a tough day for Mercedes, who lost Lewis Hamilton as a contender in the first corner. As Grosjean came down the inside Hamilton was pinched between the two Red Bulls as they struggled for momentum. As Vettel had to move left to avoid the Lotus he clipped the Mercedes' rightrear tyre with his left front-wing end plate. Hamilton limped to the pits with a puncture, resumed, but soon retired as the resulting aerodynamic damage was costing him more than a second a lap. Vettel's fourth win in Japan

brings him to 297 points in the standings to Alonso's 207, which means he can clinch the title at the next round in India by finishing fifth Number One: Sebastian Vettel celebrates after winning the Japanese GP or higher, regardless of what the Spaniard does. Raikkonen pulled further pulled them further ahead of away from Hamilton in third Mercedes, the gap going out to place with 177 to 161, while 10 points with 297 to 287, while Webber is moving back into Lotus are back in the fight for contention with them on 148. second place with 264. Much The result gave Red Bull further back McLaren have 83 another 43 points, bringing to Force India's 62. their total to 445. Ferrari's run

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