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KwaDukuza Municipality (KDM) Mayor, Ricardo Mthembu has welcomed the court's judgement over a girl-child rape case in KwaDukuza. T h e KwaDukuza Regional Court recently handed down a maximum sentence to a man who was convicted of raping his 11-yearold step-daughter. He was sentenced to life imprisonment for raping the girl in August last year at Umhlali. Mthembu said, “I welcome the court's decision; after months on trial, a sentence has finally been handed down, this clearly indicates that no one is above the law in this country.” He added that this is good news not only to those who have been seeking closure but for many people in KwaDukuza, because we now have assurance that the rapist will remain behind bars for a long time.

“This victory serves as a warning to those faceless criminals who target vulnerable groups in society and get away with it; they will be brought to book and face the music,” said Mthembu. He further described the rape incident as thuggish and unacceptable in a country that struggled so hard to free itself. “I have also urged our Community Safety Unit to redouble their efforts and work closely with the Police to bring perpetrators of such crimes to book. We will continue to rally for harsher sentences for those who undermine the law,” he said.

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Murder and double rape in Groutville stuns MEC By Xpress Reporter

The community of Groutville is in stunned disbelief after the murder and double rape that occurred on last week Monday, 12 August 2013. According to the South African Press Association (SAPA) the KwaZulu-Natal social development MEC Weziwe Thusi expressed shock at the rape of the two women in Groutville near KwaDukuza. “These attacks undermine our efforts to raise awareness about women's rights and

human rights in general,” she said. The MEC added that it was shocking that incidents such as this happened as the country celebrated women's month. In the early hours of Monday, a 72-year-old man was shot dead while his daughter and granddaughter were raped. The man was apparently trying to help the women when he was killed. Thusi urged police to leave no stone unturned to ensure the perpetrators were arrested and jailed.

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Two men were given harsh prison sentences, for being found guilty of heinous rape crimes, at the KwaDukuza Regional Court on Monday, 12 August 2013 and Tuesday, 13 August 2013 respectively. According to SAPS Provincial Media liaison officer, Colonel Vincent Mdunge, Nhlanhla Dlamini (19) was handed a life imprisonment term, on Monday, for raping a 10year-old girl earlier this year.

Mdunge added that Dlamini invited the victim and her friend offering them alcohol laced drinks and forcing them to finish it. The victim's friend managed to escape, however the victim was raped repeatedly in the bushes. Mfanafuthi Ntombela (22) was handed a 45-year imprisonment term on three counts of rape committed in 2009 and 2012. The 22-yearold dragged his victims into the sugar cane fields.


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Six taxi commuters were injured in a roll-over accident on the R102 near the Umhlali River Bridge on Saturday morning. According to Chris Botha of Netcare, the taxi was traveling on the north bound lane when the vehicle overturned rolling several times. “Netcare 911 paramedics arrived at the scene and found that the injured had been ejected from the vehicle while it was tumbling down the roadway. After triaging they found that two people sustained serious injuries while four miraculously escaped with minor injuries,” said Botha. He added that paramedics stabilized the injured on scene before they transported them to various hospitals. Exact detail to the cause of the accident and preceding events are under investigation.

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“Step out and up to the plate to make a real, but positive change in society,” said business consultant, Bridget Ward at the launch of the iLembe Chamber of

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recognised but troubling because of issues like poverty, poor education and a struggling economy,” said Ward. The launch comes on the back of months of consultation with women chamber members and others about what the

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An Umhlali SAPS Dog Unit officer was allegedly murdered by her boyfriend last week Thursday, 15 August 2013. According to Captain Thulani Zwane, KwaZulu-Natal SAPS spokesperson, the murder happened in Umhlali. “We can confirm that Umhlali Police Station is investigating a

case of murder which happened at Etete Second Stop area in Umhlali on 15 August 2013,” he said. Officer Pinkie Mthembu (27) was allegedly shot dead by her 38-year-old boyfriend who in turn allegedly shot himself in the head. “The motive for the killing is unknown at this stage,” said Zwane.

A shop owner on King Shaka Street was arrested last week Wednesday for allegedly assaulting a pick pocket. At around 4:15pm one of the shop owner said that he had heard screaming when he saw a man running pass his shop been chased by another. He said he helped reprimand the pick pocket who had stolen a phone from a worker with the help of a neighbouring shop owner. The shop owner and the worker were charged for assault by the pick pocket and appeared in the KwaDukuza Magistrates court on Monday morning and the case is still not resolved pending further investigation. The shop owner said: “The pick pockets are a regular occurrence on this street and we catch on average two or three every week and no police patrol the area.” He then added: “This is the first time I was charged for trying to help our customers against pick pockets but in the end I was charged with assault for helping a victim.” The pick pockets go mainly after cell phones, purses, wallets and even gold chains. The shop owners also said that some even carry knives and the thieves are allowed to roam the street which means the street is unsafe and customers are scared to come to our shops and in turn business has slowed down and also feels that criminals get more protection from authorities than the victims. A customer and passerby Mrs Naidoo said that most of the shop owners are always helpful and look out for their customers but also says that she has heard the stories of pick pockets


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Women Who Cheryl Dawling Businesswoman Cheryl Dawling, a familiar face in KwaDukuza, is the e p i t o m e o f independence. This h e a d s t r o n g businesswoman and mother began Cheryl D Properties in 1999. According to Cheryl, her success did not happen overnight. “It took a lot of hard work to get to where I am, and I am lucky to have such supportive staff,” said Cheryl. She added that honesty and dedication is vital when it comes to reaching your goals. “My biggest achievement is passing my NQF 5 which I did last year,” she said. She added that she is thankful to her encouraging husband for his unwavering support. “My advice to all women is to be yourself. Remember that hard work gets you to where you want to go,” said Cheryl. Fathima Ismail Businesswoman Owner of Bon Apetit, Fathima Ismail is a “people's person” who has a passion for food. She began her business, which she received as a 50th birthday gift from her kids, 6 years ago. Fathima ran a canteen at Hesto Harnesses for 11 years before

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Stanger Secondary Class of 1964 Reunion The Stanger Secondary (formerly Stanger High) Class of '64 wishes to celebrate its 50th anniversary next year (2014). The interim committee is in the process of contacting all ex-pupils and teachers who were part of the matric class of 1964. A meeting will be held on Monday, 26 August 2013 at Stanger Secondary School commencing at 5.30pm. All those who are keen on attending this meeting and get-together may contact: Ramesh Misra: 072 107 5345 (ZMS); Chris David (David's Fish Shop): 032 551 6769 / 083 779 9777; Jayce Singh (ex- ML Sultan Sec.): 032 551 1318 / 076 055 8223; Mrs Ayesha Manjoo (Arcadia Pharmacy): 032 552 7860. Looking forward to your attendance.

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Welfare to offer DCHA specialized care PARTNERSHIP: Seen are board members of the DCHA as well as management and staff of Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza

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Child Welfare SA: KwaDukuza launched a partnership with the Dolphin Coast Hospice Association (DCHA) on Wednesday, 14 August 2013. According to Senior Social Work Manager, Penny Dhaver, this important partnership is in the interest of the community. “To add to the valuable services rendered by the Hospice, Child Welfare will be rendering social work to your beneficiaries,” said Dhaver. Services will be rendered every fortnight and includes counseling and

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therapeutic work, referrals for grant applications, services to victims of abuse and neglect, family conflicts, relationship problems, parenting programmes, domestic violence, trauma counseling, grief and bereavement counseling, referral for specialized services and motivational talks on relevant social issues. Dhaver expressed that the Child Welfare and Hospice have a common goal to improve the quality of life in our community. “Working together in partnership will produce greater benefits for the community as compared to working individually,” she said. She added that this is a start of a new journey for Child Welfare and Hospice. “Hospice has become a household name in KwaDukuza and Child Welfare is very proud to be associated with you,” said Dhaver. Speaking on behalf of the DCHA, Sarah Bee Khan (P.R.O) stated that the members are thrilled that the Child Welfare will be assisting them with their experience and skills. “The DCHA is now affiliated to the mother body, the Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa, and one of their requirements is that we have a full time social worker but due to financial constraints, we cannot afford to do so. This is where the Child Welfare will be of great assistance to us,” said Khan.

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Night of terror A 25-year-old female who broke the golden rule has paid a high price for her negligence. The female alleges that she was returning home alone at 11:30pm. She was accosted by four youths who held her up at gunpoint and allegedly raped her. She managed to escape and reported the matter to the police. At the police station, police had arrested one of the youths on a charge of attempted murder. The victim identified him and alerted police who then rounded up his three accomplices. Blood stains of the victim were found on one of them after he had stabbed her several times on her legs. All four culprits aged 25, 27, 20 and 23 are due back at court on 22 October. As this was a gang rape they might appear in the High Court.

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Mental or what Prosecutors are awaiting the test results of a 40-year-old to indicate his mental state of health. It is alleged that during January 2013 he took two boys aged 7 and 8, and a 5-year-old girl to his room which is at the Ntshawini area. He allegedly locked his room and raped all three children. He gave the boys R2 each and the girl R5 and sent them away. The children reported to their parents and during June the culprit was located at Mtunzini and arrested. His report is due at court this week.

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because of his violent conduct and behaviour during 2011. In her application she alleges that he would lock her in the house and beat her black and blue. He was possessive and obsessed with her. She finally managed to flee and obtain the order. During May this year he allegedly approached her as she was returning home and manhandled her. He allegedly swore her and made derogatory remarks about her. She reported the matter to the police and he was arrested. The 23year-old machine operator employed at Isithebe will face the full might of the law at his next date when the hearing is set to begin.

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Fri 23rd, Sat 24th, Sun 25th August 2013

6 per family

600g Kelloggs Rice Krispies

200g Bakers Tennis Bicsuit

2 litre Brookes Oros

6

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3 per family

500g Nestle Milo 6 per family

3 per family

29

88

2kg Maq Washing Powder

29

17

88

2.5 dozen Nu Dawn Large Eggs

88

29

88 3 per family

500g Sunlight Laundry Bar Yellow

6

88

6 per family

29

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26

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88

2kg Rainbow Mix Portions

1.5kg Rainbow Drumsticks

1.5kg Goldi Whole Birds

88

500g Rama Spread for Bread

28

32

88 8 x 1.5kg caselots @ R231.04

Orders can be Phoned in 032 551 1234 / Faxed 032 552 3615 / Email info@superbcc.co.za. ATM Instore - Pension Cards Accepted - Debit & Credit Cards Accepted

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FROZEN FOODS

2kg Rainbow Mix Portions

5kg Rainbow Mix Portions

2kg Rainbow Soup Packs

6 x 2kg caselots @ R149.94

8 x 1.5kg caselots @ R239.92

10 x 1kg caselots @ R99.90

2499

99

10 x 1.15kg caselots @ R209.90

12 x 800g caselots @ R131.88

12 x 800g caselots @ R83.88

699

10

2099

1kg Rainbow Livers

4x1 Goldi Chicken Burgers

36 x 1’s caselots @ R116.99 unit R3.25

14

350ml Elizabeth Ann Baby Aqueous Cream

3

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250ml Flex Shampoo / Conditioner

125g Close Up Toothpaste

499

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1kg Supa Star Mala

10

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500g Starbrite Soap

Drynaps Jumbo Pack Nappies •Jun 48 •Maxi 72 • Midi 72 •Mini 72

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99

1kg Maq Washing Powder

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800g Rainbow Necks

18 x 360g caselots @ R143.82

1.15kg Rainbow Mamas Nine Nine

1199

999

360g 800g Rainbow Giblets Rainbow Chicken Chunks

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1.5 litre Jik Bleach

2 litre Whipp Dishwashing Liquid

799

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800g Rainbow Gizzards

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1kg Rainbow Head & Feet

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R17.99 per kg

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1.5kg Rainbow Drumsticks

600g Rainbow Supa Chunks

500ml Harpic Liquid

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5kg Supreme Leg Quarters

1 x 3 Toilet Duck Stick On 275ml Mr Min Multi Surface Cleaner

750ml Jeyes Power Cream

99

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1.5kg Goldi Whole Birds

2kg Goldi Fillet Breast

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6 x 2kg caselots @ R203.94

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1599 500ml Zambuk Herbal Cream

1499

380g Frys Vege Mince

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250ml D&L Relaxer Reg / Super

2.5kg Lutosa Chips

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400g I&J Out of the Oven

2799 2 litre Clover Tropika

Mooi Vallei Gouda Cheese per kg

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2.5 dozen Nu Dawn Large Eggs

Unit R1.25

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1599 75ml Coty Exclamation Roll On

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per kg

20kg Bonzo Dog Food 90ml Coty Exclamation Deo

5 dozen Nu Dawn Large Eggs

6 x 75g Nutriday Snax

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2399

1799

28

99

58

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1099

1699

149

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10kg Golden Delight Rice

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10kg Sasko Cake Flour 5 litre Sunpick Pure Sunflower Oil

10kg Nyala Maize Meal

10kg Real White Sugar

Milk and 1 litre Melda Milk Sachet

1 litre Clover Sachet Milk

10kg

10kg

5

6799

6

99

99

64

99

280g Bakers Royal Creams

700g Albany Superior White / Brown Bread

17

8

99

3 per family

Cabbage baglots

67

99

7

99

170g Nutro Cracker Tasty / Spring Onion

2 litre Sparletta Cooldrink

899

99

100g Simba Cheetos Puffs

80’s Laager Rooibos

Per kg

11

99

Lettuce

1kg Ellis Brown Creamer

3

14

99

500g Kelloggs Coco Pops

1 litre Halls Smooth

99

999

2.5kg Atlanta / Golden Pride White Sugar

500g Jungle Oats

499

Bananas

6999

100’s Trinco Tea Bags

1199 44

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125g Sparkles

Green Beans

99

10kg

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99

1kg Yum Yum Peanut Butter

UTD Potatoes pocket

499 699

Per kg

25

Cauliflower

2899

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6 x 1 litre Creamline UPM

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99

410g Koo Baked Beans

410g All Gold Tomato & Onion Mix

1999 215g Saldanha Sardines

3999

400g Lucky Star Pilchards

Jam Tomato

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Black Forest Slice

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400g Saldanha Pilchards

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12 x 400g caselots @ R137.88

425g

425g Saldanha White Label Middlecut

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99

8

99

1149

999

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14

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400g Pakco Roasted Masala

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25

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17 Smithers Road Stanger - Tel 032 551 1234 - Talk to Telesales for Bulk Deals WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES - E&OE - ALL PRICES STRICTLY CASH & CARRY. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. PICTURES MAY VARY FROM ACTUAL PRODUCT

1099 385g Pakco Atchaar (excluding Curried Chillies)

Burger Pie

14

999

500g Top Class Soya

24’s Imana Cubes

99

400g Imana Soup

400g Arbella Regatti / Spaghetti

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4’s Snowballs assorted

1199

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TRADERS DEALS

UNBEATABLE SAVINGS 10kg Super Silver Rice

10kg Pro Cake Flour

25kg Nyala Maize Meal

25 x 500g Atlanta Brown Sugar 15 x 1kg King Korn Malt

24 x 155g Saldanha Pilchards

13199

Unit R5.50

24 x 215g Saldanha Pilchards

25kg 10kg

55

99

57

10kg

40 x 2 Imana Cubes

11995 104

159

99

99

5 litre Supreme Tomato Sauce

17399

99

Unit R4.20

Unit R7.25

Unit R10.67

24 x 1 Cadbury Minis PS / Lunch Bar

100 x 1 Pengo Chews Assorted

50 x 16g Yumm Nippers

10 x 1 Knorr Packet Soup

34

99

29

2990

Unit R0.87

Unit R2.99

120 x 1 Champion Toffee Original

15

99

2199

Unit R0.27

48 x 25g Rich Tea Biscuit

24 x 473ml Monster Rehab

6 x 270g Black Cat Peanut Butter

Unit R6.67

24 x 20g NCP Super Brew Yeast

4 x 9s / 10s Always Pads

Unit R0.42

11

99 15 x 1 dozen caselot @ R179.85

OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK

10 x 10 Carlton Matches

76

99

62

99

Unit R11.25

45

99 Unit R0.96

Unit R1.70

Unit R2.62

1 x 50 Grand Pa

44

16

99

Unit R12.83

48 x 2 Compral Display Card / Dispenser

99

Unit R19.99

6 x 500g Maq Washing Powder

1 dozen Nu Dawn Large Eggs

Unit R2.99

6 x 500g Doom Blue Death

119

Unit R2.99

Unit R0.74

17

95

39

99

25 x 6 Dawnlite Candles

26875

Unit R10.75

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Open Monday to Friday from 7:30am - 6.00pm Open Saturdays from 7:30am - 3pm Open all Sundays & public holidays from 8am- 2pm Closed on Fridays from 11am - 1:30pm for Prayers

Unit R1.50

1795

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95

19

99

6 x 500ml Eish 2 O Flavoured Water

3999 26999

Unit R3.67

6 x 26 Red Label Tea Bags

95

35

Unit R0.05

6 x 500ml Energade

3299

36

Unit R0.32

49

6 x 200ml Pure Joy

50 x 1 Big Bom Lollies

99

5

99

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17 Smithers Road Stanger - Tel 032 551 1234 - Talk to Telesales for Bulk Deals WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES - E&OE - ALL PRICES STRICTLY CASH & CARRY. PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT PRIOR NOTICE. PICTURES MAY VARY FROM ACTUAL PRODUCT

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Umklamo wezindlu zasEtete uzodla amakhulu ezigidi zamarandi IMeya yaKwaDukuza, uKhansela Ricardo Mthembu uthi impilo yomphakathi wasEtete ngeke isafana nakuqala njengoba izinkulungwane zabantu zizohlomula kumklamo ovela eMnyangweni wezokuHlaliswa kwaBantu nozodla amakhulu ayizigidi zamarandi. Uhulumeni weSifundazwe uzivumele ngokwawo ukuthi uzolusheshisa uhlelo lokwakhiwa kwezindlu eziyi-1500 kulendawo. Lokhu kulandela ukungenelela kukaNgqongqoshe wezokuHlaliswa kwaBantu KwaZuluNatal, uMnu Ravi Pillay NgoLwesibili olwedlule nalapho ethembisekhona amalungu alomphakathi ukuthi uzolusheshisa uhlelo lokwabiwa komhlaba nokuyilona obeluvimbela intuthuko. UNgqongqoshe wezoHulumeni baseMakhaya nezindaba zoMdabu (COGTA) ngoLwesibili uye wasayina amaphepha obekungowokugcina namayelana nokuthathwa kweziza zemihlaba eyisi-9 kwezingama-30 ebezibekelwe intuthuko. Indawo yasEtete ike yaba nemibhikisho ebimayelana nokulethwa kwezinsiza emphakathini, neholele ekuthini kuze kuvalwe umgwaqo u-R102 kanye nolayini wesitimela. Abantu belimaza nempahla kahulumeni befuna ingqalasizinda yezindlu zokuhlala kanyenezangasese ezisezingeni. Ngokuthola kukahulumeni mayelana nomsuka walombhikisho, inkinga kube

ukuthi bekungekho kahle ukuxhumana phakathi kwabahlali kanye nomasipala. Umphakathi ubungakutholi kahle ukwaziswa ngokuqhubekayo mayelana nokuthuthukiswa kohlelo lwezindlu nokunjengamanje sekusesigabeni sokugcina ngokwamalungiselelo okuthi luqalwe. UNgqongqoshe u-Pillay kanye neMeya sebeqoke ikomidi elizomelana nokubika ngezentuthuko kahulumenikuleyandawo. Lelikomidi kulindeleke ukuthi libike ngezinhlelo zakamumva zezentuthuko kuleyandawo. Lomklamo uzobe uhambisana neminye e h l u k a h l u k e n e o k u b alwa kuyona o w o k u f a k w a k u k a g esi emakhaya angenawo, imigwaqo kanye neminye imiklamo eyayibekelwe ukuthuthukiswa ngokwencwadi yezokuhlela kamasipala, okuwuhlelo lwentuthuko edidiyelwe (IDP). Ezinye zezinhlelo zibandakanya uhlelo lomgwaqo noluzobizwa nge-Etete Bus Route kanti usonkontileka walo uzobe eseqalile ukusebenza kusukela zingama26 ku-Agasti ka-2013. Inkontileka ezobe ilungiselela ukuqalwa kwalo loluhlelo yona ibisikhona endaweni yokusebenza ngomhla ziyi-19 kulenyanga. Ihholo lomphakathi kanye nenkundla yezemidlalo okusandokuphela ukwakhiwa khona kuyovulwa ngokusemthethweni ungakashayi umhlaka-16 Septhemba ka2013.UMthembu uthi amaphutha aselungisiwe kanti imibhikisho isizofana nento yayizolo.

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ISekela likaNgqongqoshe wezoHwebo neziMboni, uNksz Elizabeth Thabethe unxuse abahlali baseMandeni KwaZuluNatal ukuthi mabaqale amabhizinisi, ikakhulukazi awuhlobo lwemiphilandawonye ukuze bakwazi ukuzisungulela amathuba emisebenzi nokuthi baqede ububha. UThabethe ubekhuluma emcimbini wokuthuthukiswa nokukhuliswa kwezamabhizinisi obuhlelwe yiwo uMnyango wezoHwebo nezeziMboni (DTI) kanye nomasipala waseMandeni obusezinkundleni zemidlalo kwaNgcedomhlophe elokishini laseSundumbili ngoMgqibelo mhla ziyi17 ku-Agasti ka-2013. “ UMnyango wethu usubeke eceleni isamba semali ezosiza ngokunikeza uxhaso kosomabhizinisi ukuthi bakukhulise amabhizinisi abo ngoba sifuna ukuthi bafake isandla ekusungulweni kwamathuba emisebenzi nokuqeda ububha. Kubalulekile nokho ukuthi amabhizinisi amaningi asungulwe bese nabantu beza kithina ukuzosebenzisa izinsiza esibahlinzeka ngazo okungaba imali noma olunye

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KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY

NOTICE OF EXPROPRIATION Issued by the Kwa-Dukuza Municipality (hereinafter referred to as "the Municipality") in terms of the Housing Act No. 107 of 1997, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "the Housing Act") and the Expropriation Act, No. 63 of 1975, as amended (hereinafter referred to as "the Expropriation Act"). To the Owner(s) (within the meaning of that term as defined in Section 1 of the Expropriation Act) of the properties (all of STANGER, Registration Division FU, Province of Kwazulu-Natal) described in the schedule hereto, and which expression includes, but is not limited to the Trustee or Liquidator in the insolvent estate of the owner, the executor in the estate of a deceased owner, or if the owner of the property is under legal disability, his / her legal representative and includes the authorized representative of the owner in the Republic of South Africa. AND TO: All other persons claiming any right to or interest in the properties (all of STANGER, Registration Division FU, Province of Kwazulu-Natal) described in the schedule hereto, whether by virtue of registration or otherwise, and particularly any lessee, buyer or builder contemplated in terms of Section 9(1)(d) of the Expropriation Act. EXPROPRIATION OF LAND AND SERVITUDE RIGHTS 1. PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Municipality in terms of the powers vested in it by Section 156 (1) (b) of the Constitution of the Republic of South Africa, 1996, Section 9(3)(a) of the Housing Act read with and in terms of Sections 1, 6 to 15 and 18 to 23 of the Expropriation Act and in terms of the powers vested in it in terms of the provisions of Section 190 (1) of the Local Authorities Ordinance Number 25 of 1974, hereby expropriates, for public purposes in general with the specific purpose of providing and delivering housing, the land and/or right(s) described in the schedule hereto together with all improvements. 2. The date of expropriation shall be 16 August 2013 from which date, ownership of the said land will pass to the Municipality and/or the said rights will vest in the Municipality 3. The date on which the Municipality shall take possession of the said land shall be 16 August 2013 or such other date as may be agreed upon between the Owner(s) and the Municipality in terms of Section 8(3) of the Expropriation Act, or a date determined in terms of the provisions of Section 8(5) of the Expropriation Act, as the case may be. 4. Where land is expropriated, with effect from the date of possession of the land by the Municipality, but not before such date, the Owner(s) will be relieved of the obligation to take care of and maintain the land and to pay taxes and other charges thereon, and will no longer be entitled to the use of any income from the land. 5. Your attention is directed to the provisions of Section 9(1), 12(3)(a)(ii), 12(4) and 13(3) of the Expropriation Act, which read as follows: "9. Duties of owner of property expropriated or which is to be used by (the Municipality). (1) An owner whose property has been expropriated in terms of this Act, shall, within sixty days from the date of notice…., deliver or cause to be delivered to the (Municipality) a written statement indicating(a) if any compensation was in the notice of expropriation offered for such property, whether or not he accepts the compensation and, if he does not accept it, the amount claimed by him as compensation and how much of that amount represents each of the respective amounts contemplated in section 12(1)(a)(i) and (ii) or (b) and full particulars as to how such amounts are made up; (b) if no such compensation was so offered, the amount claimed as compensation by him and how much of the amount represents each of the respective amounts contemplated in section 12(1)(a)(i) and (ii) or (b) and full particulars as to how such amounts are made up; (c) if the property expropriated is land and any amount is claimed in terms of paragraph (a) or (b), full particulars of all improvements thereon which, in the opinion of the owner, affect the values of such land; (d) if the property being expropriated is land(i) which prior to the date of notice was leased as a whole or in part by unregistered lease, the name and writing or full particulars of the lease, the name and address of the lessee, and accompanied by the lease or a certified copy hereof, if it is not in writing: (ii) which, prior to the date of notice, was sold by the owner, the name and address of the buyer, and accompanied by the contract of purchase ad sale or a certified copy thereof. (ii) on which building has been erected which is subject to a builder's lien by virtue of a written building contract, the name and address of the builder, and accompanied by the building contract or a certified copy thereof. (e) the address to or at which the owner desires that further documents in connection with the expropriation may be posted or delivered or tendered. Provided that the (Municipality) may at (its)discretion extend the said period of sixty days, and that, if the owner requests the (Municipality) in writing within thirty days as from the date of notice to extend the said period of sixty days, the (Municipality) shall extend such period by a further sixty days.” “12. Basis on which compensation is to be determined(1) ……………. (2) ……………. (3) (a) Interest at the standard interest rate determined in terms of Section 28(1) of the Exchequer and Audit Act, 1975 (Act No. 56 of 1975), shall, subject to the provisions of subsection (4), be payable from the date on which the Municipality takes possession of the property in question in terms of Section 8(3) or (5) on any outstanding Portion of the amount of compensation payable in accordance with subsection (1): Provided that (i) …………. (ii) If the owner fails to comply with the provisions of Section 9(1) within the appropriate period referred to in the said section, the amount so payable shall during the period of such failure and for the purpose of the payment of interest be deemed not to be an outstanding amount. (4) If the owner of property which has been expropriated occupies or utilized or any portion thereof, no interest shall, in respect of the period during which he so occupies or utilizes it, be paid in terms if subsection (3) on so much of the outstanding amount as, in the opinion of the (Municipality), relates to the property so occupied or utilized.” “13. Payment of compensation in respect of rights of unregistered leases in respect of property expropriated (3) If the owner of expropriated property fails to comply with a the provisions of Section 9(1) (d)(1) and the (Municipality) did not prior to the payment of any compensation money to the owner become aware of the existence of the lease in respect of such property the (Municipality) shall not be obliged to pay compensation to the lessee concerned in respect of the termination of his rights, but such owner shall be liable to any such lessee for damages sustained by him in consequence of the termination of his rights.” 6. Your attention is directed to the provisions of Section 20 of the Expropriation Act, which read as follows: “20. Payment of certain taxes and other moneys out of compensation monies (1) If any land which has been expropriated is situated within the area of jurisdiction of a local authority, such local authority shall upon receipt or publication of a relevant notice in terms of section 7, forthwith inform the (Municipality) in writing) of any outstanding tax or other moneys in respect of the payment of which the production of a receipt or certificate is in terms of any law prerequisite for the passing of a transfer of such land by a registrar of deeds. (2) The (Municipality) may utilise so much of the compensation money in question as is necessary for the payment on behalf of the owner of such land of any tax or other moneys mentioned in subsection (1) .” 7. If the title deed to the land is not in the possession or under the control of the Owner(s), you are further requested in terms of Section 9(3)(a) of the Expropriation Act to provide within sixty days of the date of this notice written particulars of the name and address of the person in whose possession or under whose control is. 8. All responses in terms of this notice of expropriation must be addressed to the Municipal Manager at the address indicated hereunder: SCHEDULE OF PROPERTIES TO NOTICE OF EXPROPRIATION IN TERMS OF THE HOUSING ACT, NO 107 OF 1997, AS AMENDED, THE EXPROPRIATION ACT 63 OF 1975, AS AMENDED AND OTHER APPLICABLE LEGISLATION (ALL OF STANGER, REGISTRATION DIVISION FU, PROVINCE OF KWAZULU NATAL)

STEVE BIKO PHASE 2

ERF NO. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31.

4367 4368 4369 5100 5465 5521 (Rem) 5528 (Rem) 5532 5533 5550 5551 5553 Proposed Portion of Erf 9065 5555 5556 5593 5567 5564 5574 5576 5577 5578 5579 5581 5583 5584 5585 5592 5604 5525 5524

N J MDAKANE The Municipal Manager Kwa-Dukuza Municipality, Municipal Offices, Chief Albert Luthuli Street, STANGER P.O. BOX 72 KWADUKUZA/STANGER 4450

EXTENT IN HECTARES 3.6871 3.8324 3.7313 0.8089 3.8445 29.4097 2.7473 1.7062 2.0234 6.0703 4.4515 2.0234 2.4472 4.0469 4.0469 1.9453 5.1648 2.0703 2.0744 4.448 2.0234 6.6783 8.4123 2.4282 2.0218 4.0446 3.0697 2.0196 2.0234 1.936 2.8399

COMPENSATION OFFERED R121 143,00 R125 720,00 R122 535,00 R26 627,00 R126 101,00 R923 759,00 R90 660,00 R56 304,00 R66 772,00 R196 214,00 R145 222,00 R66 772,00 R80 758,00 R132 477,00 R132 921,00 R64 194,00 R167 684,00 R66 904,00 R68 455,00 R145 017,00 R66 772,00 R215 366,00 R269 987,00 R80 130,00 R66 719,00 R132 404,00 R101 890,00 R66 646,00 R66 772,00 R63 888,00 R93 716,00

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CIA admits organising 1953 Iran coup (Aljazeera) Recently declassified document details CIA's role in overthrow of elected Iranian Prime Minister Mossadegh in 1953. The CIA has admitted to orchestrating the August 1953 coup that toppled Iran's prime minister after he tried to nationalise his country's oil wealth from Britain, according to a declassified document. George Washington University's National Security Archive, which obtained the documents under the Freedom of Information Act, a law that promotes government transparency, said that a secret internal history marked the most explicit CIA admission, on Sunday. “The military coup that overthrew Mosadeq and his National Front cabinet was carried out under CIA direction as an act of US foreign policy,” the document said, using an alternative spelling of Mossadegh. Man weighing over half-a-ton fork lifted to hospital (IOL) - A Saudi man weighing 610 kilograms was fork lifted to hospital for treatment at the expense of the monarch to reduce his weight. Khaled Mohsin Shaeri, 20, weighs approximately 610 kg and is suffering from severe obesity due to health problems that have resulted in a rapid increase in his weight over the past two years. Pakistan's Musharraf charged with murder of Benazir Bhutto (Reuters) - A court in Pakistan charged former military dictator Pervez Musharraf on Tuesday with the 2007 murder of Benazir Bhutto in an unprecedented move likely to

anger the all-powerful army. The indictment of the army chief who seized power in a 1999 coup - once Pakistan's most powerful man - was almost an unthinkable event in a nuclear-armed country ruled by the military for half of its 66-year history. Bhutto, a former prime minister, died in a suicide gun and bomb attack in December 2007 after a campaign rally in the city of Rawalpindi, not far from the heavily guarded court room where the charges were read out on Tuesday. European forests near 'carbon saturation point' (BBC) - European forests are showing signs of reaching a saturation point as carbon sinks, a study has suggested. Since 2005, the amount of atmospheric CO2 absorbed by the continent's trees has been slowing, researchers reported. Writing in Nature Climate Change, they said this was a result of a declining volume of trees, deforestation and the impact of natural disturbances. Carbon sinks play a key role in the global carbon cycle and are promoted as a way to offset rising emissions. 3-year-old Michigan boy kills self with gun (CNN) - A 3-year-old boy in a small Michigan town was killed over the weekend when he accidentally shot himself in the head with a gun he found on the closet floor of his home. The shooting death will undoubtedly renew the debate about gun safety, particularly after the boy's father took to Facebook calling for it. The incident took place Sunday at a home in Dundee, near the Ohio border. Police said Damon Holbrook discovered the gun, which belonged to a family friend who was living in the house.

“It is cool to be an artisan” On14 August 2013 I had an opportunity to be invited by the iLembe District Municipality (IDM) to the certification and induction ceremony at the Umfolozi FET College in Groutville. Forty learners were being certificated by the college for having completed a plumbing course and a further 40 learners were being inducted to the college. This is the spin-off from IDM investment of R1.2 billion on the construction of the Lower Tugela bulk water project. Through this project, in the long run, every resident within the KwaDukuza municipality (KDM) will have proper sanitation, thus avoiding the “pooh wars” as we see them in Cape Town. Whilst this is an excellent provision of service to our people by the District Municipality, I could not help but marvel how in the process the iLembe Municipality have been able to deal with the paucity of skills and empowerment of youth in the area. Through this project 40 unemployed young learners have been given a head start in life. They have now gained skills and knowledge which they can use anywhere across various sectors. As they were unemployed and faced a bleak future, they now have increased chances of getting better paying jobs. Already those who were certificated have been placed within the same Lower Tugela bulk water project to do their practicals and are

being stipended. According to the reports given by the college the students themselves did not disappoint as they displayed exceptional commitment to their training. They hardly missed a day and virtually all those who enrolled completed their course. This is a clear demonstration by learners that hard work and commitment does pay off no matter what environment you are in. It is also a clear commitment by the IDM to the skills development agenda. Needless to say that KwaDukuza Municipality also has a youth mass skilling program which involved 40 learners as well. This newly acquired qualification by learners is also a confidence booster to them. I saw them walking tall and holding their heads high as they approached the podium to receive their certificates. All 40 learners were also presented with two books each: Life without Limits and Unstoppable both by Nick Vujicic which is inspiring books by an extra-ordinary man who was born without limbs but was able to overcome his disability. I am certain that once the learners have read these books their lives will never be the same again. The ball is now firmly in the court of the learners. All I can say to them indeed “it is cool to be an artisan.” Councillor Thulani Khuluse The speaker: KwaDukuza Municipality


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Peaceful and fun filled fundraiser disrupted by unruly biker club from Stanger Generally, biker Clubs of the world have tried to change the perception of people about a biker or biker clubs. This is not evident as far as the Stanger bikers are concerned. Bikers arrived at the Engen Garage amongst hundreds of children and music enthusiasts and disrupted the fun by wheeling and smoking up the area on the

courtyards. Enthusiastic children ran to see what was happening and converged around the bikes. The bikers, from ages 30 55, continued this despite being told to stop, endangering the lives of children and pedestrians. Drastic measures had to be taken. One of the bikers had his keys taken off the bike to stop him and a fight started with the bikers threatening to assault and kill the old gentleman. This behaviour had disrupted and caused the function to end early, thus causing loss of funds to the fundraiser. I wish Claud Burton and his companions of the biker club refrain from this kind of behaviour in future. Music enthusiast / Concerned

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It's a dog's life… During my morning and afternoon runs through many streets in Stanger Manor I constantly face menacing dogs that bark at me and at times come after me until I pretend like I am throwing a stone at them. Most of these dogs come out of the Manor homes leaving me asking why they are not chained up. I mean I look at the dogs in their owner's yards and here I am jogging on the roadside thinking if one of these canines (dogs) happen to attack me thereby biting me, the owner's of the dog are liable to be charged and I can legally sue. What the dog owners must also realise is that if other residents and / or citizens are attacked and bitten then they are liable for damages and legal action CAN BE INSTITUED against them. To the dog owners of Stanger Manor please make sure your dogs are kept in your yard and not straying posing a danger to us innocent people. Concerned Manor resident DANGEROUS: Who let the dogs out

Gora's Car Sound off a success FUNDRAISER: Proceeds from the Gora’s Sound Show were used towards Othandweni Children's Home

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Gora's Car Care hosted a successful sound show on Saturday, 17 August 2013 and the funds raised were used to feed and clothe children at Othandweni Children's Home. A Gora Shaik lounge suite, television and DVD player was also provided for the day care centre. The organisers would like to thank all sponsors and supporters who helped to make this fundraiser a success. An earnest appeal is made to the public to donate food and clothing for children between the ages of 2 and16. Proceeds will be distributed to the needy. Items can be dropped off at Gora's Car Sales. Contact Gora Shaik on 083 402 5236.

KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY MN193/2013 : EXTENSION OF CONTRACT MOTEKO COST CONSULTANTS AND PROJECT MANAGERS Please take notice that the Municipality wishes to extend the existing agreement in respect of TAC 61, in order to project manage all MIG related and other Technical Capital related projects. The above is in terms of Section 116(3) of the Municipal Finance Management Act 56 of 2003. The purpose of the extension is to enable the Municipality to comply with the Municipal Finance Management Act. Members of the public are hereby called to submit representation to the municipality by no later than 12 noon on 10th September 2013. Documents are available for inspection at the office of Acting Executive Director Technical Services, 2 Industria Crescent, KwaDukuza. Kindly contact Mr SM Khanyile 032 437 5087. NJ Mdakane MUNICIPAL MANAGER 14 Chief Albert Luthuli Street Kwa Dukuza 4450 Tel.: 032 - 4375000 MN 193/2013

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KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY SUPPLEMENTARY VALUATION ROLL WITH REFERENCE TO THE VALUATION ROLL 2011- 2015 Notice is hereby given in terms of Section 49, read with Section 78(2), of the Local Government: Municipal Property Rates Act No. 6 of 2004, that the fifth supplementary valuation roll with regard to the General Valuation Roll 2011-2015, prepared in terms of Section 78 of the said Act, in respect of all properties situate within the KwaDukuza Municipality area of jurisdiction, will be open for inspection from 19 August 2013 at all Council offices as well as our website, during normal office hours, until 30 September 2013. In terms of section 50 of the said Act, any person wishing to lodge an objection against any matter reflected in, or omitted from, the roll must do so on the prescribed forms. An objection must be in relation to a specific individual property and not against the valuation roll as such. In terms of Section 70 (1) of the said Act, “ When an appeal Board gives its decision, it may issue an order with regard to costs it regards as just and equitable”. In terms of Section 70 (2) of the said Act, “When making an order in terms of subsection (1), an appeal board may order any person whose appeal or opposition to an appeal is in bad faith or frivolous to compensate the municipality concerned in full or in part for costs incurred by the Municipality in connection with the appeal”. Copies of the prescribed objection forms are available at the Finance Department and completed objection forms must be submitted to the Municipal Manager, KwaDukuza Municipality, P.O. Box 72, KwaDukuza, 4450 by 30 September 2013 NJ Mdakane MUNICIPAL MANAGER Civic Offices 14 Chief Albert Luthuli Street KWADUKUZA 4450 NOTICE NO : MN 189/2013 Tel : Fax :

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Spar/M3 Carriers fun run a great success

Seen are the winners of the various categories of the Stanger Super Spar/M3 Carriers fun run with Sunny Somduth (Stanger Super Spar), Leon Moodliar (M3 Carriers) and Chander Gungadeen (President-KDAC)

Over 100 runners/walkers brave the cold, windy and sometimes rainy conditions when they took to the streets around Newtown to participate in the Stanger Super Spar/M3 Carriers sponsored 5km fun run/walk that was hosted by the KwaDukuza Athletic Club this past Sunday. Old and young converged at the Stanger High School grounds to support a fun filled day with the Coke truck thumping out the music for the entrants and supporters. There were numerous awards on offer including medals and goodie bags for all finishers, trophies for the first three in all categories a washing machine and BMX bicycle in the lucky ticket draws. On scene were the service providers for Stanger Super Spar and

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iLembe Cricket to host 1st Council Meeting ILembe and District Cricket Union will host their first Council meeting on Monday, 26 August 2013 at the Stanger Sabha Hall commencing at 18:30 (6:30pm). High on the agenda will be the double wicket tournament, election of selectors and the finalisation of the league. Clubs are urged to send delegates to this important meeting. For more information, contact the secretary Desigan Pillay.

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