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CHEVON BOOYSEN @ChevonBooysen J ust three weeks after being elected as the chairperson of the local community po- lice forum (CPF), community activist Hanif Loonat has been ousted. An incensed Loonat says conflict already started brewing a day after his election when members of the CPF felt the election “did not go their way”. People’s Post previously reported on the earlier failed CPF structure, which led to a re-election in which Loonat was elected (“New CPF chair, secretary”, 12 May). “According to my knowledge, the objec- tions that came after the meeting came from an individual. However, these objections were not supposed to be entertained in the first place, because objections were sup- posed to come from an organisation,” Loon- at explains. He adds he feels “left out in the cold” by the Forum as he believes he only has the best interest of the community at heart. “In my short-lived term I was able to assist with and go on raids with the police. I also ensured that the organisation of our neigh- bourhood watches was done,” Loonat says. The activist, who says he was labelled a “trouble-maker” after his appointment, adds he had many plans in place to eradicate crime in the area. According to Loonat, a re-election will now have to take place again due to the struc- ture falling apart for the second time. “Whoever serves on the CPF represents the voices of the 12 000 people in its commu- nity. Why is this being jeopardised by a few individuals who are doing it for all the wrong reasons?” Loonat asks. He feels the people who pushed him from his position prefer another candidate who was also nominated on the election evening. “I do not understand why they are going though these lengths. Before I moved up to provincial level I served as the CPF chair in this organisation and we were one of the top CPF structures in the country. “Today that is the opposite and we can be regarded as one of the worst struc- tures,” he says. Loonat also claims members of the CPF executive were instrumental in his removal. Yvonne Adams, deputy chairperson of the CPF, says the claims are unfounded. “We did not fight him. According to my knowledge, the re-election was deemed null and void. We are volunteers who are in posi- tions to serve our community in partnership with the police,” Adams says. Adams confirms the next election is on Saturday 27 June. Four available positions will have to be elected. Provincial minister of the department of community safety Dan Plato confirms the Lansdowne CPF election during last year. “We conducted the CPF elections last year and the results have been positive. Our part- nership with the IEC ensured free, fair and democratic elections which assisted in pro- fessionalising CPFs and to promote good re- lations between the police and the communi- ty,” Plato says. He adds the responsibility to “validate the outcome of the CPF elections has been dele- gated to the CPF general meeting task team, which comprises provincial police and the department.” Plato says of the 150 CPF general meetings which were jointly facilitated since Septem- ber last year, a few were instructed via the police command structure to redo their elec- tions owing to the fact that they did not com- ply with the prescripts as set out in the “uni- form constitution for CPFs and boards in the Western Cape”. Plato says in the case where CPF members resigned, special meetings were held. “In the case of Lansdowne CPF, three members resigned. A special meeting was held and the outcome was submitted to the task team for verification,” Plato explains. “Over and above this due process, the task team received two complaints from mem- bers of the community on the legitimacy of the process followed. This prompted an in- vestigation in order to respond to these allegations. The out- come is that the elections were not in compliance with the applicable prescripts, because two unregis- tered organisations were allowed to cast their votes,” Plato says. For this reason, the task team declared the results of this special meeting null and void and a new date was set for re-election through the provincial police office. “The CPF plays an integral role in our communities and we need to keep politics out of their structures. “It is too much of an important ser- vice being provided to communities for anyone to be allowed to hijack it with a political agenda. “It is therefore imperative that we follow all procedures and validate all results to en- sure that the CPF remains in service of the entire community it is representing and does not serve the agendas of an elected few,” Plato concludes. V What are your thoughts? Starting with the word “Post”, SMS your views to 32516. SMSes cost R1. 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CHEVON BOOYSEN@ChevonBooysen

Just three weeks after being elected as thechairperson of the local community po-lice forum (CPF), community activist

Hanif Loonat has been ousted.An incensed Loonat says conflict already

started brewing a day after his electionwhen members of the CPF felt the election“did not go their way”.People’s Post previously reported on the

earlier failed CPF structure, which led to are-election in which Loonat was elected(“New CPF chair, secretary”, 12 May).“According to my knowledge, the objec-

tions that came after themeeting came froman individual. However, these objectionswere not supposed to be entertained in thefirst place, because objections were sup-posed to come from an organisation,” Loon-at explains.He adds he feels “left out in the cold” by

theForumashe believes he onlyhas the bestinterest of the community at heart.“Inmy short-lived term Iwas able to assist

with and go on raids with the police. I alsoensured that the organisation of our neigh-bourhood watches was done,” Loonat says.The activist, who says he was labelled a

“trouble-maker” after his appointment,adds he hadmany plans in place to eradicatecrime in the area.According to Loonat, a re-election will

nowhave to takeplaceagaindue to the struc-ture falling apart for the second time.“Whoever serves on the CPF represents

the voices of the 12 000 people in its commu-nity. Why is this being jeopardised by a fewindividuals who are doing it for all thewrong reasons?” Loonat asks.He feels the people who pushed him from

his position prefer another candidate whowas also nominated on the election evening.“I do not understand why they are going

though these lengths. Before I moved up toprovincial level I served as the CPF chair inthis organisation and we were one of the topCPF structures in the country.“Today that is the opposite and we can

be regarded as one of the worst struc-tures,” he says.Loonat also claims members of the

CPF executive were instrumentalin his removal.

Yvonne Adams, deputy chairperson of theCPF, says the claims are unfounded.“We did not fight him. According to my

knowledge, the re-election was deemed nulland void. We are volunteers who are in posi-tions to serve our community in partnershipwith the police,” Adams says.Adams confirms the next election is on

Saturday 27 June. Four available positionswill have to be elected.Provincial minister of the department of

community safety Dan Plato confirms theLansdowne CPF election during last year.“We conducted the CPF elections last year

and the results have been positive. Our part-nership with the IEC ensured free, fair anddemocratic elections which assisted in pro-fessionalising CPFs and to promote good re-lations between the police and the communi-ty,” Plato says.He adds the responsibility to “validate the

outcome of the CPF elections has been dele-gated to the CPF general meeting task team,which comprises provincial police and thedepartment.”Plato says of the 150CPF generalmeetings

which were jointly facilitated since Septem-ber last year, a few were instructed via thepolice command structure to redo their elec-tions owing to the fact that they did not com-ply with the prescripts as set out in the “uni-formconstitution forCPFs andboards in theWestern Cape”.Plato says in the case where CPF

members resigned,special meetingswere held.“In the case of

LansdowneCPF, threemembers

resigned.A specialmeetingwasheld and theoutcome was submitted to the task team forverification,” Plato explains.“Over and above this due process, the task

team received two complaints from mem-bers of the community on the legitimacy ofthe process followed. This prompted an in-vestigation in order torespond to theseallegations.The out-come isthat the

elections were not in compliance with theapplicable prescripts, because two unregis-tered organisations were allowed to casttheir votes,” Plato says.For this reason, the task teamdeclared the

results of this special meeting null and voidand a new date was set for re-electionthrough the provincial police office.“The CPF plays an integral role in our

communities and we need to keep politicsout of their structures.

“It is too much of an important ser-vice being provided to communitiesfor anyone to be allowed to hijack itwith a political agenda.

“It is therefore imperativethat we follow all proceduresand validate all results to en-sure that the CPF remains inservice of the entire communityit is representing and does notserve the agendas of an electedfew,” Plato concludes.V What are your thoughts? Starting with

the word “Post”, SMS your views to 32516.SMSes cost R1.

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App helps you talk over the wallTIYESE JERANJI

@jeranji

Life is really too short to have towait for information or to talk toyour neighbours.This is what the developer of theOurHood app, Bruce Good, be-lieves. OurHood was founded byGood and Will Mellor, who arebased in Woodstock.This state-of-the-art applicationand website help residents to con-nect with their neighbours imme-diately, in real time.The idea behind this was to getpeople involved with their neigh-bours and give them the ability tocommunicate in a faster way. Hesays the app makes it easy to gethelp quickly – be it if your dog hasgone missing or you just want toborrow a ladder from someone inyour neighbourhood or to find outthe load shedding schedule in yourarea.Good says it will help neigh-bours share different kinds of in-formation to help improve theirneighbourhoods and make themsafe.“Our aim was to fight crime.Thiswill allow for saferneighbour-hoods as people can get assistancein the blink of an eye, as they areable to communicate in real time.This will allow them to sharethings and get to know their neigh-bourhood and their neighbourseven better because the more peo-ple talk they will be closer to eachother,” he says.

The app has a very strict verifi-cation process for registration.This will allow people in the neigh-bourhoods to connect much easierand not allow people who don’t be-long in the same neighbourhood.Instead of posting a notice in ashopping mall, this new sophisti-cated app gives space for it and alsohas a section for important num-bers.People can report crime, neigh-bours can buy and sell items, andshare events happening in their ar-ea.“Everything is just one clickaway. We are also promoting thespirit of sharing. If you want to gocamping but don’t have a campingmattress and someone in the areahas it, you can just post on thereand someonewill help youquickly.Thewhole idea is to connect neigh-bourhoods and promote safer com-munities. When people interactthey will be safer communities,”says Good.Since the app was launched lastyear more than 800 neighbour-hoods in South Africa have startedusing it.“People like it because they canreach each other cheaply andquickly. People are so amazed by itand it has unlocked new possibili-ties that they didn’t know abouttheir neighbourhoods,” he says.Adrian Good, ADT general man-ager, fully supports the OurHoodapp and is excited to be part of it.“Wedecided to get behind this in-itiative because we recognise the

value in real time connection. Inthis day and age it’s crucial thatweknow and trust the people we seedaily.

“Having a platform that allowsfor constructive communicationwhile promoting a safe and secureneighbourhood is advantageous to

all,” says Good.V The app is free and can be downloadedat www.ourhood.co.za, on the Apple storeor Google Play store.

Bruce Good, co-founder and managing director of the locally made OurHood app, which connects neighbours.

Smartphones unlockedTIYESE JERANJI

@jeranji

Phones have become an essentialpart of our daily lives.With technology advancing ev-ery day, some are also workingtirelessly to ensure that no-one isleft out of this world of ever-evolv-ing technology.Vodacom, in partnership withthe Cape Town Society of the Blind(CTSB) in Salt River, created aunique kiosk to bring the benefitsof the latest smartphones to theblind.

Built inThe kiosk, launched on Tuesdaylast week, will be operated byCTSB staff trained to demonstratethe advantages of text-to-speechsoftware on the latest touchscreenphones.TheCTSBwill also benefit finan-cially from the sale of starterpacks, M-pesa and airtime at thekiosk.The text-to-speech functionmakes it easier for visually im-paired people to communicate us-ing their smartphones. It is nowbuilt into the phone, making lifemuch easier for users.Visually impaired MichelleBotha (27) uses an iPhone 5 andsays this initiative is great be-cause, nowadays, communicationdoesn’t happen verbally anymore.

Play around“We are able to connect and checkwhat’s happening on social media. Goneare the dayswhenweused to ask someoneto read a text for us. Nowwe have our pri-vacy and we can make use of the speechfunction to listen to the messages that weget as well as to respond,” she says.While using a smartphonewhen visual-

ly impaired isn’t awalk in the park, Bothasays the most important thing is to playwith your phone and get to know it.“It’s just like anyother flatscreenphonethat anyone can use. But we have to knowthe icons so that it will be easy to use thephone. But the speech texts really help alot,” she says.

Lizelle van Wyk, CEO of CTSB,says this is a great milestone thatthey have been waiting years for.

Independent“What we like most about thesephones is that the visually impairedare freed from being dependent.There are specially built apps thatwill allow them to know exactlywhere they are or when to catch abus, get printed texts, listen to booksand be able to read news and be upto date on what’s happening aroundthem.Most of all it will help themac-complish important tasks. Thekioskwill really help in bridging the gapbetween the visually impaired andthose who are not blind,” says VanWyk.

Unlock the worldAlbert Breed, managing executiveof Vodacom Western Cape, says it’swonderful that they are able to putsomething together to benefit peoplewho are visually impaired.“It enhances the people’s lives sothat they can do all the things thatnormal people can do. This will un-lock the world of reading and the in-ternet and they will now be able tofunction much more effectively,”says Breed.Vincent Daniel, CTBS publicawareness officer, says the partner-ship is working towards making thekiosk a one-stop space for every-thing.“This will really help a lot of peo-ple that are blind. In the past people

struggled touse their phones and theyhadto ask for help, but that will be a thing ofthe past.“These phones are enabling us to dothings on our own and we are encourag-ing people to make use of the kiosk to en-rich their lives and to keep connectedwith the rest of the world,” says Daniel.

Visually impaired Michelle Botha shows how she usesher smartphone. PHOTO: TIYESE JERANJI

Cafda hosts sale in Grassy ParkThe Cape Flats Development Association(Cafda) will have a merchandise store sale ofboth new and used goods at the Cafda centreon the corner of Prince George Drive and 8thAvenue, Grassy Park on Saturday 27 Junefrom 09:00 to 13:00.Items for sale include children’s clothing,school uniforms and shoes, aswell asmenandwomen’s clothing and shoes, furniture, bed-ding, curtains and toys.For more information call Doreen on021 706 2050.

Soccer academyoffers holiday clubThe City Athletic Football Academy will hosta school holiday programme from Friday 26June to Friday 17 July. The holiday club in-cludes drop-off at home and lunch. Childrenare to bring their own snacks. The fee is R25per day per child for all members. The secondchild pays half price (R12.50). Mothers whoare interested to participate pay R60 per day.For more information contact CheslynSwartz on 071 155 0169 or [email protected].

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Students workwith pupils tolessen burdensCHEVON BOOYSEN

@ChevonBooysen

A campaign to stop the violence in pover-ty-stricken areas has hit home for pupils

of Rio Grande Primary School.The Silence Violence campaign, which is

spear-headed by four medical students ofthe University of Stellenbosch, waslaunched at the school on Thursday 4 June.The campaign is a youth-driven initiative

to educate youngsters on the dangers ofdrug abuse and gang violence, and also,more importantly, to empower themthrough education, interaction andmotiva-tion, ensuring that opportunities otherwiseconsidered impossible to attain, are madeaccessible for youngsters living in commu-nities plagued by drugs and gangsterism.The four medical students visited the

school to launch the campaign. A fewpupilsfrom the school feature in the campaign’svideo.

Burden of violenceCampaign chairperson Monique Ponto

says the idea behind the campaign name isan oxymoron.“Silence refers to an end to violence by

making a noise, being vocal and addressingthe social burden at hand,” Ponto explains.She says the pupils at Rio Grande in Ma-

nenberg were the inspiration for the cam-paign.“In listening to the pupils, staff, commu-

nity advocates and fellow Capetonians, theharsh realities associated with the burdenof violence and injury this community isfaced with became known.“We did not realise how extensive this

problem was until we visited the school,”Ponto says.“We gained a greater insight to the im-

mense effects gangsterism has on our chil-

dren. A childlike innocence can be takenaway instantly, the minute a child is ex-posed to an unpleasant environment,” sheadds.It is in this then that the students decided

to contribute to lessen the burdens of trau-ma and violence in disadvantaged commu-nities.

Suitable time“Our vision is to contribute to lessening

the burden of disease related to trauma andviolence through the establishment of a sus-tainable anti-violence initiative that edu-cates and empowers the youth with theknowledge and skill to break free from alifestyle governed by drugs and gangster-ism. In doing so, we are instilling hope inour youth to take ownership of their fu-ture,” Ponto explains.Established in November last year, the

online launchof the campaign came inMay.“In light of raising awareness against vio-

lent xenophobic attacks, the tragic murderof a youngSouthAfrican school teacher andour youth caught in gang crossfire, therecould not have been a more suitable timeto do so.“The hope for the campaign video is that

itmayprovide insight into SilenceViolenceand open the eyes of Capetonians and fellowSouthAfricans so thatwemayunite againstthe injustices ouryouthare challengedwith– especially in Manenberg,” she says.The medical students will continue con-

ducting monthly contact sessions at theschool with Grade 7 pupils with the assist-ance of socialworkers, volunteers andmoti-vational speakers.V What are your thoughts? Starting with the word“Post”, SMS your views to 32516. SMSes cost R1.V For more information on the campaign, visit theirFacebook page on www.facebook.com/SilenceVio-lenceNPO.

Rio Grande Primary School pupils listen to a talk by dr Randall Ortell hosted by the SilenceViolence campaign in Manenberg.

Robbing spree brokenA crime spree by twomen driving a whitePeugeot 207 and spanning a week came toan abrupt halt on Friday night with theaide of the police.Members of the Western Cape flying

unit arrested two suspects and recovereda stolen car in the vicinity of SawkinsRoad in Mowbray at about 19:20.The arrested suspects, aged 31 and 32

years, were being sought in connectionwith a string of crimes committed in thepolicing precincts of Claremont, Diep Riv-er and Wynberg.The crime spree started on Monday last

week. The suspects held up a woman inFirs Avenue in Claremont in the after-noon and robbed her of her handbag, con-taining personal items, and her car, thewhite Peugeot 207, before fleeing from thescene.On Tuesday morning a man was walk-

ing along Doordrift Road in Constantiawhen two unknown males driving thewhite Peugeot 207 allegedly stopped along-side him and asked for directions.He told them that he did not know the

road in question and proceeded to walkon.As he reached his destination, he no-

ticed that the same car had just driven in-to the driveway. The passenger then gotout and held him up at knife point.The suspect robbed him of his laptop,

cellphone and wallet before fleeing thescene.On Wednesday morning the suspects

were again spotted in Spaarman Avenue,where theyheld up awomanat knife pointand robbed her of her handbag containingpersonal items and cash.The arrested suspects, who hail from

Westlake and Grassy Park, appeared inthe Wynberg Magistrates’ Court yester-day on charges relating to carjacking andarmed robbery.The commander of the Wynberg police

cluster, Brigadier Aaron Mlenga, ap-plauds the police for their concerted ef-forts in arresting the wanted suspects. Healso wants to assure the community thatthe police are committed in the fightagainst crime.

Beware robbers in VW GolfThe police are on the hunt for a VW Citi Golflinked to several cases of robbery inDiepRiv-er and Claremont.Captain Angie Latchman, spokesperson of

the Wynberg police cluster, says residentsshould be on the lookout for a black VW CitiGolf with registration number CA 900112.“The occupants of the vehicle have been

linked to several robbery cases in the Wyn-berg cluster in the past week,” she says.

Latchman urges residents not to confrontthe occupants of this car if seen, as they couldbe armed and dangerous.“Immediately contact your nearest police

station,” she says.“Since these incidents have been reported

the Claremont and Diep River police haveembarked on intensive crime prevention op-erations which include stops, searches andhigh-visibility patrols,” Latchman adds.

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TOURISM

City brews apicture-perfectcaffeine kickNICOLE MCCAIN

@nickymccain

Cape Town and coffee have more in com-mon than providing enjoyment to on-

trend hipsters it seems.This as the Mother City is crowned the

darling of global coffee culture as the desti-nation features in a bi-annual magazine re-leased by luxury coffee brand Nespresso.Joining 12 otherworld-renowned destina-

tions, Cape Town is once more in theworld’s spotlight through the magazine’seditorial spread of places to visit, eat and,of course, drink coffee in the city.

Cape coffee cultureCape Town, as the first African city to ev-

er feature in the magazine, was a naturalfit for the brand, explains Pierre Debayle,NespressoMiddle East, Africa and Caribbe-an regional manager.“A lot of thought goes into the selection

of the featured city in each edition of Ne-spressoMagazine. Cape Townwas a naturalfit for Nespresso. With its strong heritage,the city hasmanaged to create its own iden-tity and cultivate a culture aligned to a glob-al audience,” he says.But don’t let the hipsters fool you, enjoy-

ing coffee is an age-old tradition in SouthAfrica due to our many European influen-ces, Debayle says.Immigrants from Portugal, France, Italy

and the Netherlands have all shaped ourcoffee culture, which has blended with themodern trend of restaurants brewing theirown coffee.The city boasts a range of coffee styles,

each with meanings and messages, BelindaWalker, mayoral committee member forcommunity services and special projects,explained at the magazine launch.“Cape Town has slave coffee, as seen at

Truth coffee shop at the Prestwich memori-al, ethical coffee where shops source androast their own beans, and steam punk cof-fee,” she says.

Developing marketsAlthoughCape Town’smountain, sea and

vineyards make it a prime destination, theattraction lies in themix of cultures and thelocal energy to explore new trends, from de-sign to music to food, Debayle believes.South Africa is a steadily growing mar-

ket, as luxury brands and quality coffee be-comemore accessible to a range of race andclass groups, Debayle says.“We’re widening our target group be-

cause coffee culture is expanding.We’re em-bracing the diversity of the market.”This includes a variety of coffees aimed

at new palates, which move away from the

traditionally strong and black coffee, De-bayle says.“Quality of life is very important to South

Africans. Quality coffee with good conver-sations is important,” he says.

Giving backThe future of coffee lies in not just grow-

ing local markets, but in sustainable andethical farming, Dabayle says.This is why the brand has made a choice

to take care of the entire production chain,from the coffee fields to drinkers.“We only buy the best beans,” he says.

“Only 10% of that amount goes towardsmaking our gourmet coffee. Our engineershave compiled best practice guides, whichwe share with our farmers.”This includes biodiversity tips, as coffee

trees grow best in an environmentwith oth-er plants.The brand pays premium rates for coffee,

but also works on projects to improve thelives of coffee farmers. As an example ofthis, the company recently instituted a pen-sion scheme for farmers in Columbia, De-bayle says.This responsible behaviour has filtered

through to the consumer level, with eachcoffee pod made out of aluminium, whichis 95% recyclable.“Aluminium is infinitely recyclable and

we’ve engaged with the private sector to de-velop amachine that separates the alumini-um and the coffee grounds,” he explains.And the pods can be handed in at any of

the over 400 Nespresso boutique storesaround the world to be sent for recycling.

A taste of Cape TownThe magazine is distributed to over one

million Nespresso Club members world-wide in almost 60 countries.This kind of exposure will earn Cape

Town a big tourism boost, Debayle believes.“Our clients travel regularly and this

magazine is fantastic exposure for CapeTown. The content reflects a selection of lo-cal clubmemberswhoprovide a guide of thecity. They give our readers the secrets of thecity, not just the popular tourist spots,” hesays.And for those looking for a taste of the

Mother City, Debayle already has herpegged.“Cape Town is a cappuccino with intense

espresso flavours, made from an Indiablend with notes of spices like nutmeg andblack pepper. The milk foam needs to bethere to represent the fog that sometimesrolls in off the sea and there is a touch ofAfrican cocoa on top. And it should bedrunk in a tall glass, to get you through thecold winters,” he says.

Coffeewas givena CapeTownflavourwhen thecity waschosen tofeature inNespres-so’sglobalmagazine.

Robbers killed in shootoutTAMMY PETERSEN

The case against fourmen charged with therobbery of a store in Surrey Estate whichresulted in a bloody shoot-out with policelast week Monday, has been postponed.The suspects are alleged to have been part

of a gang of robbers who held up the Prim-roseMarkette. Three gunmenwerekilled ina battle with police as they attempted to fleethe scene.The four, aged between 32 and 39, ap-

peared in theAthloneMagistrate’s Court onThursday. They face charges of murder, at-tempted murder and armed robbery.Robbers attempted to escape with R20 000

from the Surrey Estate business when theywere met by a police convoy at about 21:00

last Monday night. Officers had been follow-ing the vehicle the suspects were travellingin as it was reported stolen.Three of the suspects died in the ensuing

shoot-out, while a policeman and a customerwere hit as shots rang out at the corner ofOrion and Ruimte roads.The customer who was waiting in her car

when she was caught in the crossfire wasshot twice in the arm and twice in the legsafter being accosted by the robbers.Two firearms – an R5 assault rifle and a

9mm Beretta – were seized on the scene, aswell as two hijacked vehicles. The incidentis being investigated by the Independent Po-lice Investigative Directorate.The case has beenpostponed toWednesday

17 June. – News24

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Road to beimprovedSAMANTHA LEE

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Close to R270m will be spent to upgrade astretch of road between Strandfontein

and Ottery over the next few months.The previous part of the road revamp

project was completed in 2013 after the de-velopment of 5000 low-cost housing unitsclose to Ottery.

Construction work on this second phasestarted in early 2012 and was completed inSeptember 2013 at a cost of R86m.

If all goes well, the work on the next, thirdphase of the Strandfontein Road revampshould start within the next three weeksand should be completed by February 2017.

Brett Herron, Mayoral Committee mem-ber for Transport for Cape Town, says workwill affect traffic and that the impact andproposed alternative routes will be an-nounced closer to the commencement of theproject.

“Phase three of the upgrading of Strand-fontein Road includes the road betweenGovan Mbeki Road and New Ottery Roadand the section of the road between 5th Ave-nue and Emerald Way which are to be up-graded to four lanes,” Herron says.

This work includes the following:. The extension of the surfaced construc-tion of Schaapkraal Road from 11th Avenueto 18th Avenue in order to provide accessfor those properties which will no longer beable to access Strandfontein Road directly.. The tarring of gravel service roads.. Closing off some of the existing direct con-nections onto Strandfontein Road.. New intersections will be constructed for

the existing and new roads into the PelicanPark development on the western side ofStrandfontein Road.. The rehabilitation of the existing Strand-fontein Road between Emerald Way andSpine Road.. The provision of new special lanes forwalking and cycling on both sides of thenew road.

The project will take about 20 months tocomplete, says Herron.

The R263m project will also see the em-ployment of locals through the expandedpublic works programme, Herron confirms.

“The contractor will use local labour thatis sourced from the subcouncil database.Residents must please approach their localsubcouncils to register their names on thedatabase if they want to be part of the labourforce to be utilised for this project,” he says.

According to ward councillor Elton Jan-sen a contractor had already been appoint-ed for a project on the opposite side of theroad.

“The works include the resurfacing ofStrandfontein Road from Spine Road toBaden Powell Drive as well as the Strand-fontein Road and Baden Powell Drive inter-section,” he says.

The road works will take place from 08:00to 16:00 for 15 working days.

“The nature of the work entails the re-placement of the road surface. Please takenote that the lanes will be closed in one di-rection for construction purposes and thatthe flow of traffic will be impeded. A stop-and-go system will be put in place,” he says.V Share your views with us. Starting with the word“Mpost” SMS your thoughts to 32516. SMSes cost R1.

PEOPLE'S POST | LANSDOWNETuesday, 16 June 20156 NEWS

GATHERINGS PROCEDURE:INFORMATION SESSIONSThe City of Cape Town has arranged two public information sessions in Cape Town for allorganisations and individuals who wish to gain an understanding of the Application forGatherings process, including those who apply for marches, pickets, demonstrationsor gatherings.

The information sessions will take place as follows:

Venue: Council Chambers, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape TownDate: Tuesday 14 July 2015Time: 08:30 to 13:00

Venue: Council Chambers, 12 Hertzog Boulevard, Cape TownDate: Wednesday 15 July 2015Time: 08:30 to 13:00

Contact Rabiyah Osman (tel.: 021 400 1183 or e-mail: [email protected]) toRSVP by no later than Monday 22 June 2015.

Organisations are requested to RSVP for only one information session and to send amaximum of two representatives.

Direct enquiries to Rene Everts (tel.: 021 400 1479) or Anele Viti (tel.: 021 400 1652).

ACHMAT EBRAHIMCITY MANAGER131/2015

Kicking off foryouth positivityCHEVON BOOYSEN

@ChevonBooysen

An academy striving for youth transfor-mation. This is the mission of the City

Athletic football academy run by qualifiedsoccer coach Cheslyn Swartz.The academy is based atKannemeyerPri-

mary School in Grassy Park, has been oper-ating since 2011 and can already boast aboutsuccess stories.

Give them hopeSwartz says the academy is concentrated

on teaching life skills and instilling positivethinking.“We target children from as young as six

years old and do early childhood develop-ment with them. And with our youth wedon’t believe in youth development as ayouthhas already developed. Instead,we fo-cus on the transformation of that youngper-son,” he says.According to Swartz, 80 youngsters are

currently participating in the academy.They range between the ages of six and 18years.“We know that the children and youth

that enter our academy come from poverty-stricken areas.When they come to the acad-emy we aim for them to think bigger thantheir circumstances and to give them hopefor their futures,” Swartz enthuses.

Life guideAccording to the soccer player turned

qualified coach, the academy is doing well

since its inception.“We can see we have made quite a great

impact on these children so far. Their atti-tudes have changed dramatically since theycame on board,” he says.Swartz adds each age group has a life

guide who assists with life skills lessons ondays when they do not practise or playmatches.“We offer life skills, soccer and netball for

girls, social development as well as charac-ter development. These aspects are very im-portant to assist the youth as they mature,”Swartz says.The academy also has a feeding scheme

in which everyone receives a daily meal be-fore or after practise.“We also have a transport service for our

pupils who come from far. We have youthscoming from Retreat as well and we arepushing out to Diep River now,” he says.

Study helpTo cement a holistic approach at the acad-

emy, Swartz says study guides are also sup-plied to theparticipants. The life guides alsogive them homework help.A monthly fee is charged to aid with

transport and meals.Swartz says the academy has a 10-year

plan which includes competing in the Pre-mier Soccer League.V What are your thoughts? Starting with the word“Post”, SMS your views to 32516. SMSes cost R1.V If you would like to donate to the City Athletic foot-ball academy contact Cheslyn Swartz on 071 155 0169or [email protected].

The City Athletic football academy works to instil positive thinking among the youth. Theacademy is hosted daily at Kannemeyer Primary School in Grassy Park.

BOOK LOVERS MEET ANIMAL LOVERS: The Cape of Good Hope SPCA has just whatyou need to prepare for wintery weekend reads – with the return of the popular annualSPCA book sale at Canal Walk. Taking place from Thursday 25 to Monday 29 June from09:00 to 21:00 at the Vida e Caffe Court in the mall, now’s your chance to stock up onsome good books at bargain prices. The annual book sale, sponsored by the Canal WalkFoundation, promises a wide selection of quality second-hand books on offer, withsomething to suit every reader’s taste – and there’s no easier way to help those animalswho might suffer through the cold this winter, than by helping raise funds for them byshopping for some good books. For more information please contact Natasha Johannes on021 700 4155/41 or [email protected].

Capetonian will have the opportunity to ex-plore the mysteries of ancient Egypt ontheir doorstep this winter holiday.The international exhibition Tutankha-

mun – His tomb and his treasures at Grand-West gives visitors the unique opportunityto experience the treasures of an Egyptiantomb at its moment of discovery.The display begins with a presentation il-

lustrating the story behind the explorationand excavationbyBritish archaeologistHo-ward Carter, the history of Tutankhamun,and the culture of ancient Egypt.The exhibition has faithfully reconstruc-

ted the tomb of Tutankhamun to scale. The-re are over 1000 reconstructed burial treas-ures produced by the finest Egyptian craft-smen under scientific supervision. Coupledwith state-of-the art technology and videomaterial, they provide an illustration of theculture and spiritual world of the ancientEgyptians. Visitors will also discover whatthese historical finds reveal about the reli-gion, deities, dynasties and mysterious hie-roglyphics of the empire on the Nile.This exhibition offers visitors a once-in-a-

lifetime opportunity to view the perfectlyreplicated antiquities fromKing Tut’s tomb– all under one roof.Tutankhamun – His tomb and his treas-

ures will be on display in GrandWest’s Su-nExhibits centre (previously known as theMagic Castle), where visitors are guidedthrough the exploration journey with the

help of an audio guide included in the ticketprice.Children get their own audio guide to

make their experience extra special.V Tickets cost between R80 and R160 with discoun-ted packages available for families. Children under fi-ve can enter free. Visit www.tut-exhibition.co.za fortickets and more information about the exhibition,which runs until Sunday 27 September.

WIN! WIN! WIN!V Two families can each win a set of four tickets tosee the exhibition before Friday 31 July. SMS the word“mummy” to 45527 before noon on Tuesday 23 Juneto enter. SMSes cost R1.50.

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Pupils educatedon bullyingTIYESE JERANJI

@jeranji

The topic of bullying is often neglected,leading to victims committing suicide as

there is no-one to help or listen to themThis according Beverly Davids, the

founder of the Chauncey’s Epic anti-bully-ing club which was formed to help pupils,teachers and the community as a whole.The aim of her awareness campaign is to

educate pupils about the effects bullyinghas on the victims, their families, lovedones and friends.Davids spoke to pupils at Sunderland Pri-

mary School in Kensington recently en-couraging themto speakout about bullying.She urges pupils to inform three people

immediately if they are beingbullied. Thesethree people are the teachers, the principal,and then the parents. She adds that this willhelp to make sure that someone who is be-ing bullied is helped faster.“This is a serious problem that has to be

dealt with. Parents must learn to talk totheir kids.“Many times parents are working and

they comehome tired and stressed out; theydon’t evenhave time to talk to theirkids andhear if there is anything bothering them.This leads to kids suffering in silence.“I’m glad that I’m doingmy bit to educate

people on the dangers of bullying. If I canchange one mind then my job at that placeis done,” she says.The idea of this anti-bullying campaign

came about after Davids’s son was bulliedin Grade 7.She says shewatched her child suffer and

change in front of her eyeswhile he suffered

severe bullying at his school. Despite re-porting the bullying, no-one could help heror her son with the matter.“He was beaten on the ground to the ex-

tent that his lip was torn. I remember howhewas picked up by the collar by the police.No-one stood up for my child, no-one couldprotect him. That pained me a lot. At everydoor that I turned to no-one could help myson – to the extent that I had to take himand his sister out of school,” she says.Now Davids’s job is to be an ear and help

those that are bullied to deal with it. She al-so wants to tell people to be aware of howbullying starts.Since Chauncey’s Epic anti-bullying club

started, Davids has spread her message at12 schools around Cape Town.In a statement, Debbie Schaffer, provin-

cial minister for education, says it saddensher that bullying is a real issue in many ofour schools. Thedepartment viewsbullyingin a very serious light.The Safe Schools call centre received 45

calls about bullying last year, and nine sofar this year.“Unfortunately, many cases of bullying

go unreported and the education depart-ment is therefore not able to intervene. Itherefore urge parents and pupils to reportany form of bullying immediately to theirclass teacher, school principal or to the SafeSchools hotline, so that we can respond.“The Safe Schools hotline is available to

schools, teachers, parents and pupils to re-port all school crime and abuse, and aimsto contribute to a safe and crime-free schoolenvironment,” she says.V The Safe Schools call centre can be reached at0800 45 46 47.

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Shafieka’s voice winsAthlone’s Shafieka Patel has sung her

way to the top of the Star Struck VoiceSearch competition.The singer survived 13 weeks of compe-

tition round. She recently sang againstfour other finalists to win this year’s com-petition.As part of her prize, Shafieka will sign

a one-year contract with Crazyworld Pro-ductions which will see her working withproducer and competition organiser Bri-lynn van Rooyen.Her first single, “Linguistic culture”, is

already ready for release, and Shafiekawill be recording a full album in the com-ing months.In winning the annual competition she

has also won prizes worth R300 000. This

includes her recording, photo shoots, amusic video and internship with Crazy-world Productions and a Rode micro-phone endorsement along with hair andmakeup endorsements.During the course of the competition,

Shafieka was also chosen as the face of anewup-and-coming clothing brand, calledLinguistically Cultured.She’ll also be the brand ambassador for

next year’s Star Struck competition.The competition is set to be extendedna-

tionally next year, so she will also be ableto travel the country with her newmusic.V Visit Shafieka’s Facebook page to stay up to dateon her blossoming singing career or keep an eye onthe Star Struck Voice Search Facebook page for in-formation about next year’s competition.

Winning singer Shafieka Patel wassurprised at home by competition organis-er Brilynn van Rooyen.

Plays for kids in holidayYoung theatregoers can look forward tothe children’s theatre mini-festival at

Artscape Theatre during this winter schoolholiday.Stagecraft Drama Studio is in full swing

with rehearsals for popular storiesMoread-ventures of Noddy and Fantastic Mr Fox.More adventures of Noddy by Enid Blyton

will be presented by arrangement with Dal-ro, fromFriday 26 June to Friday 4 July andonTuesday 7 July at 10:30. Itwill also be per-formed onMonday 6 andWednesday 8 Julyat 12:30.In this production, Tessie Bear is very

concerned about Noah’s ark. Repairs areneeded to stop the animals from escapingand food stores are running low. Tessie de-cides to collect donations of coins to savethearkand its animals, butnaughtySly andGobbo are up to their tricks again and MrPlod has a difficult time keeping track ofthese tricky goblins.With the help of Bumpy Dog, the Skittle

family and all their Toytown friends, Nod-dy, Tessie, Big Ears and Mr Plod are able

to stop the goblins from sneaking off withthe tin of coins.The story of Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald

Dahl, adapted by Sally Reid, is about theFox family who live underground. Mr Foxgoes out at night to get food for them all,from the farms of Boggis, Bunce and Bean,one fat, one short, one lean. These threemean farmers try to catch the foxes but Fan-tastic Mr Fox is too clever for them.Performances of Fantastic Mr Fox are on

6, 8, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 and 18 July at 10:30.Both productions are directed by Cheryl

Abromowitz and Caryn Resnik.Parents are encouraged to bring their

children early to enjoy activities like facepainting, puzzles and play tents in the Art-scape foyer.Childrenwho dress up as aNoddy charac-

ter on Saturday 27 June or a Fantastic MrFox character onWednesday 8Julywillwina prize.V Tickets cost R70 and are available from Computic-ket or Artscape Dial-a-seat on 021 421 7695 with dis-counts available for block bookings of 20 or more.

Noddy (Lia Sachs) and Tessie Bear (TayaAllardice) try to save Noah’s ark in Moreadventures of Noddy.

Young artistscan win prizesNominations are now open for the ImpactAwards for young artists.These Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) awards

are held annually in recognition and celebra-tion of excellence within the arts, culture andcreative sectors in South Africa. It is sponso-red by the Distell Foundation in partnershipwith Sun International.ACT is inviting nominations for Impact

Awards for young professionals.The public are invited to nominate young

artists in a visual art, theatre, music and sin-ging, design and a new dance category.Winners will receive a cash prize of R2000,

a certificate, a spread in Creativefeel Magazi-ne worth over R30 000 and additional mediaopportunities that will be generated throughthe Awards.Impact Awards winners are selected by an

independent panel of judges. The finalistswillbe announced in September and winners willbe announced at the awards ceremony sche-duled to take place in Johannesburg in No-vember.V Visit www.act.org.za/programmes/awards beforeSunday 6 September for more information or to nomina-te a young artist or creative.

SONGS FOR MY FATHER: AlvonCollison will be presenting a Father’s Dayshow with Aubrey Ellis, Renee Osborne,Shannon Lewis, Janine Pick, FariedSwartz and a surprise guest at the NGChurch hall in Milnerton on Sunday 21June at 15:00. The audience will get toenjoy hits like “Big spender”, “Dance withmy father” and “I will follow him”, alongwith Alvon’s special brand of humour andanecdotes. Tickets cost R110 and includetea, coffee, koeksisters and snacks. Call021 551 0969 for more information.

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.SPECIALISING HANGINGDOORS -30 yrs EXP Mr M Harris021-392 2894, 073 293 3952

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CLEANINGSEVICES

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1807.BUSY CORNER

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.DSTV & AERIALREPAIRS ANDINSTALLATIONS

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HomeTheatre. Service callrepair charge frm R180.Call: 083 288 2757

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ELECTRICAL

1810.24/7 FRIDGE REGASSINGPh 073 4808 444

.ALL WASHING MACHINES,FRIDGES AND STOVES.REPARIED BY MOBILEWORKSHOP. 021 939 9338074 608 2411

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FRIDGE RE-GASSING(Labour + gas incl. R180)

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GARDEN &IRRIGATION

1825.

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HOME IMPROVEMENTSINTERIOR

1835.

PLAYSAFEGARAGEDOORS

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HOME IMPROVEMENTSEXTERIOR

1836.

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or 084-921-5364

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TRANSPORT &STORAGE

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2635.

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3315.

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MOTOR INDUSTRY

3710.

FITMENT CENTRElooking for staffwith mechanical &

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SALES &MARKETING

3760.

UMSEBENZIJOB

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We offer:• Basic Salary• Commission

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SECURITY

3750.

WISE GUY SECURITYTRAINING CENTER

PSIRA accredited coursesGrade E, D, C, B & AArmed responseCASH IN TRANSIT & FIREARM TRAININGComputer, receptionistcourses offered

12 Bravo St,Mitchell's Plain

Call: 021 376 7196 /082 374 7472

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EMPLOYMENT3600

.

GENERAL3680

.

CURTAIN INSTALLERWell known Curtain Manufacturer and Installation

Company, servicing the Domestic Market,requires an Installer. Ideally...• Mature • Valid Driver's Licence

• Clean Track Record • No Criminal Convictions• 5 years Experience • Very good communication Skills

• Must have been an Installation Team LeaderReferences will be checked.

Please Phone082 452 9697

.WE ARE SEEKING 10 WELL GROOMED

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10 Data capturers, 15 Waitrons, 10 Bartenders,20 Call centres, 5 Bank tellers, 15 Cruise ship

attendants, 15 flight attendants, 10 Receptionists,50 General workers, 50 Pickers / Packers.

20 Housekeeper / Cleaners, 15 Cashiers, 15 Porters,15 Kitchen Staff, 14 Drivers (code 8, 10, 14 with PDP)

40 Grade 10, 11 & 12. Training is provided.17 Heerengracht Str, Pier House, 6th Floor,

Next to Park InnHotel Cape Town021 418 4287 / 021 421 9170 / 021 828 2416

1 Kort St, RegkamBldg, 2 Flr Bellville 021 945 2223

.

SALES & MARKETING3760

.

Sales RepRequired at a well established

Hygiene and Pest control company in Cape Town.Experience in the

Hygiene & Pest control Industry advantageous.Must have : Matric, 3 Years solid sales experience,be well groomed, have excellent communication

skills, English and Afrikaans.Package include - Basic, Plus fuel, cell, Tablet and

huge potential on commission.Interested applicants to email CV’s to

[email protected]

.

SECRETARIAL/PA3745

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SECRETARY REQUIRED.BY ESTABLISHED CLAREMONT LAW FIRM.

FAX CV to 086 729 6265

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TRAINING COURSES3765

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course. Duration: 6 monthsCall: Tanya : 076 755 2429/ Joe : 074 101 1859

or 021 712 8498

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No Skills No work , add value to your lifeRegistration is still on for the following courses

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.1 Week Training for

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Interview SkillsComputer Skills &

Job placement after trainingTel: 021 424 1230 /072 918 2000/062 297 1377 / 072 381 6878

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.JUNE/JULY HOLIDAY SHORT COURSES

for students 16 years and olderHIV/AIDS Mondays 9am/12pm 4weeks R950.TB Tuesdays 9am / 12pm 4 weeks R950.

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FULL TIME COURSESHome based care course 6 months R6 500

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Mountain bikers who are stillat school can start cleaningtheir bikes for the national

SpurSchoolsMTBLeaguewhich isin full swing around the country.The Western Cape leg kicks off atMeerendal Wine Estate outsideDurbanville on Saturday.Early indications are that the

league will quickly reach its targetof 10 000 entries for the new season.With four qualifying events on thecalendar for local riders,mountainbike enthusiasts will be kickinghard in an effort to make it to thefinals in October.League coordinator Meurant

Botha, of Amarider, says in a state-ment that the league has surpassedexpectations in terms of growth,footprint and level of riding sinceit was launched in 2009.“We’re delighted with the strong

contingent of primary schoolscompeting in the league, as well asthe increasing number of femalecyclists taking to the track,” Bothasays.In order tomake the leaguemore

accessible, the high school eventshave been moved to later timeslots, allowing for those that par-ticipate in mainstream schoolsports to fulfil their school commit-ments. Registration for these cate-

gories are open until 14:00.Online entry forms are down-

loadable from www.spurmtb-league.co.za and can be faxed to086 547 7886, emailed to [email protected] or handed in at reg-istration on race day from 08:30.Entries costR50 for primary schooland R60 for high school categories.

Categories/Start time. Registration opens at 08:30 andcourse practice commences. Sub-nippers (7-8) 09:30; NipperBoys (9-10) 10:00;NipperGirls (9-10)10:05;. Sprog Boys (11–12) 10:30: SprogGirls (11 –12) 10:35;. Sub-junior Boys (13) 11:00; Sub-junior Girls (13) 11:05; Sub-juniorBoys (14) 12:15;. Youth Men B (16) 12:45; YouthMen A (15) 13:20; Girls (14-18) 14:00and Junior Men (17-18) 14:45.The next events in the Western

Cape will take place at SouthysWines in SomersetWest on 25 July,MontanaHigh School inWorcesteron 29 August and at Paul RoosGymnasium in Stellenbosch on 12September.V For more information follow@SpurMTBleague on Twitter, visit Spur-SchoolsLeague on Facebook or visitwww.spurmtbleague.co.za.

School riders ready to mount

Mountain bike riders set off in one of the Western Cape Spur Schools MTB League events last year. The League isback on, with the new season kicking off in Durbanville on Saturday.

Portugal, England soccerteams match up to localsThe City of Cape Town announced the de-tails for the first-ever Cape TownCup soccertournament last week. The Mother City willhelp host team Ajax Cape Town welcomePortuguese team Sporting Clube de Portu-gal, Crystal Palace from England and Preto-ria-based SuperSport United.Set to take place at the iconic Cape Town

Stadium on Friday 24 and Sunday 26 July,the tickets will be available from Compu-ticket from 21 June.A draw was done to determine that the

first game on Friday 24 July, which kicks offat 17:45, will see Crystal Palace take on Su-perSport United, followed by Sporting Clubede Portugal andAjaxCapeTown going head-to-head at 20:15 in the second match of theevening.Sunday’s actionwill start at 13:00,with the

losing team of Friday’s first match challeng-ing the losing team of the second match.The final, featuring the winners from Fri-

day, will take place at 15:30.There will be no extra match time, so if

there is a stalemate after regulation time, apenalty shootout will decide the champion.“TheCity ofCapeTown isdelighted tohost

the inaugural Cape Town Cup in our beauti-ful city. We look forward to welcoming theteams and their many fans,” says GarrethBloor, mayoral committee member for tour-ism, events and economic development.“Our support for the tournament is part

of the City’s strategy to position Cape Townas the events capital of Africa. Events playa pivotal role in generating visitor expendi-ture andgrowingour local economy. In addi-tion, soccer is a unifying sport and eventslike these bring residents from all walks oflife together.“We call on Capetonians to come out in

their numbers to support the event.”Ticket prices range from R200 to R400 for

the double matches on both Friday and Sun-day.Tokeepup to date on all tournament news,

fans are encouraged to follow @CapeTown-Cup on Twitter.

KOEKSISTER: JasonDavids from UnitedFC in Bishop Lavisputs in a head-highchallenge to AlexKanu of SunningdaleFC in the Plate finalof the Kenpark RisingStars u.23 tourna-ment on Saturday.Sunningdale won 3-2with penalties afterthe match ended 1-1in regulation time.

PHOTO: RASHIED ISAACS


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