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    THEEastern Cape Liquor Board (ECLB) is on

    amission to educate pupils about the dangers

    of under aged drinking. The ECLB hosted a

    debate called Join Drama and Debating

    against Under Aged Drinking in the Ngcobo

    town hall, last week.

    Anumber of Senior SecondarySchools par-

    ticipated in the drama and debating, includ-

    ing Mzikayise Dalasile, Nyanga, Clarkburry,

    Ngcobo Village, Phakamani and Ngubesizwe.

    All schools debated topics pertaining to al-

    cohol and they also performed a dramawhich

    depicted the problems caused by alcohol.

    One of the pupils from Ngubesizwe SSS,

    Nontobeko Klawushe, said they were happy

    to see the ECLB being part of an initiative

    which was educating pupils about the dan-

    gers of using alcohol.

    We are happy, because teenagers are

    thinking that drinking alcohol and abusing it

    is a fashion. Sometimes we do things not

    knowing the consequences, but after these

    lessons we are sure that we will now take a

    decisive decision about our lives.

    She said she hoped that there would be a

    change in the attitudes of the youth before it

    was too late. Reverend Nomthunzi Tom from

    the Council of Churches said as parents they

    were happy to see that the ECLBwas not con-

    centrating only on peoplewhowere selling al-

    cohol, but also educated people about the con-

    sequences of abusing alcohol.

    Therewill be a great change after these de-

    bates, because our children thought we were

    joking when we were saying they must not

    use alcohol. Instead theymustwait and be old

    enough to make their own decisions, she

    said.

    Tom said as Council of Churches they al-

    ways appeal to parents tomake sure that their

    children go to church. They also encourage

    children to participate in activities such as

    sport, dramaandmusic, in order to keep them

    away from drinking alcohol.

    Spokesperson for the ECLB,MgwebiMsiya

    said they had realized that pupils who are un-

    der aged are abusing alcohol. This prompted

    them to adopt 10 schools in theNgcobo area,

    with the aim of working with them to fight

    this behavior.

    We want to ensure that this municipality

    will be safe in the hands of these pupils who

    are the future leaders. We want them to think

    before they do. The adoption programme is

    planned to last for a period of three years. We

    are not only focusing on the Ngcobo Munici-

    pality. We will involve all municipalities,

    said Msiya.

    According toMsiya the problems caused by

    under aged drinking teenagers are drinking

    included poor academic preformance, social

    problems, depression and suicidal thoughts.

    He said they would also be visiting Cacadu

    Local Municipality, Alfred Nzo and OR Tam-

    bo District Municipalities to do the same.

    Pupilswarnedaboutalcohol

    Pupils from various Senior Secondary Schools participated in drama with the aim of educating others about the dangers of abusing alcohol. PHOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA

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    REPORTER

    THEMinister ofEnvironmentalAffairs, Ed-

    na Molewa, MP, has invited the public to

    comment on mitigation measures to ad-

    dress the spate of shark attacks in Port St

    Johns, particularly at Second Beach.

    In the latest incident in March this year,

    only the top half of a 72-year-old tourists

    body remained after he was brutally at-

    tacked by a shark at Second Beach.

    The attack was described as one of the

    most gruesome shark attacks ever. One of

    the eye witnesses on the beach said, If you

    look at the wounds, it was a very big shark

    and the victim was undoubtedly almost in-

    stantly dead.

    The attack inMarchwas the eighth shark

    attack at this beach in the past five years,

    which has in the past been described as the

    deadliest beach in the world by the Brit-

    ish Newspaper The Telegraph.

    Members of the Mthubane Community

    who spoke to a reporter earlier this year

    said that batherswere just recklessly break-

    ing the rules of the beach by ignoring the

    warning signs. A local DJ JimmyNdamase,

    said everybody knows that there are sharks

    at Second Beach, but they continue swim-

    ming there thinking nothing will happen to

    them.

    Port St Johns mayor, Mnyamezeli Man-

    gqo, confirmed that after previous incidents

    the municipality took the initiative to put

    warning signs up all over Second Beach to

    make people aware of the danger. These

    signs explain how people should behave.

    The sharks are in their natural habitat and

    we dont know everything about their be-

    haviour. Still we need to continue creating

    awareness of the imminent danger, said

    Mangqo.

    According to Mangqo, in March this year

    a meeting was set up with the Department

    of Economic and Environmental Affairs

    and the OR Tambo District Municipality in

    the hope of coming up with solutions to pre-

    vent sharkattack fatalities. Wewant provi-

    sions for a permanent rescue team with a

    boat and we appealed to the Department of

    Health to provide a permanent ambulance

    for Second Beach. We want to have a quick

    response rescue service, said Mangqo.

    South Africa, like many other countries,

    is investigating several measures in a bid

    to protect bathers and surfers. Shark exclu-

    sion nets have had success; however, their

    application is limited to less energetic coast-

    lines and sheltered bays, such as FishHoek,

    in theWesternCape. Electrical repellents in

    the form of the shark shield and now shark

    pod have been developed, and other agen-

    cies are working on developing a shark re-

    pellent cable. The application involves the

    creation of an electric field barrier around

    bathing areas. This technology is still in the

    testing phase. In addition, several academic

    institutions are investigating the use of

    electro-magnetic and visual barriers.

    . Affected and interested parties are in-

    vited to submit their comments or inputs

    within 45 days from the date of publication

    of Gazette no 37999.

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    Department of Environmental Affairs, for

    the attention of Chumani Mangcu, PO Box

    52126, V&A Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002.

    Minister invites public comments onmeasures for shark attacks in Port St Johns

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    opened to the public for the first time.

    When the Bingo licence was granted, a do-

    nation of R30 000 was made to Eastern Cape

    non-profit organisation Ruliv. The funds

    have been used to support home care givers,

    according to Prof Mkhalelwa Mazibuko, the

    founder and head of Ruliv.

    There will be ongoing support for charity,

    as Bingo Royale East London has committed

    to donate one per cent of its gross gaming

    revenue to socio-economic development,

    which is also known as corporate social in-

    vestment.

    Bingo Royale East London also has plans to

    sponsor a local adult football league team, and

    will consider applicants from other sporting

    codes for sponsorship, mentoring and other

    assistance, according to Yolande Manuel, di-

    rector of BOSS Gaming Eastern Cape.

    It is estimated that the new Bingo Royale

    East Londonwill support over 100 jobs during

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    peak periods.

    These include people working in the Bingo

    hall andVinnys restaurant, aswell as suppli-

    ers of goods and services to the business.

    We are committed to ensuring that as

    many as possible of the people who benefit

    from these job opportunities come from the

    local community, says Manuel.

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    well as BOSS Gaming Bingo and slots opera-

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    from within wherever possible.

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    AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

    PORT St Johns local municipality held a me-

    dia tour for local media houses last Wednes-

    day to showcase what the municipality has

    planned as part of their Heritage Month cele-

    brations.

    Mayor Mnyamezeli Mangqo said the mu-

    nicipality wants to partner with the media

    and relevant stakeholders to make Port St

    Johns a national and international tourist at-

    traction of choice.

    During his speech he did not shy away from

    the challenges that could be resulting in the

    decrease in the numbers of tourists visiting

    the area.

    Our infrastructure is decayed and has col-

    lapsed. The municipality is, however, com-

    mitted to address this byworking closelywith

    relevant stakeholders including the district

    municipality, said Mangqo.

    He said work had started on revamping the

    entrance to the town, but due to budget chal-

    lenges with the Department of Public Works,

    the construction had to stop.

    Thematter is being resolved andwe prom-

    ise to restart the construction before the end

    of the year because accessibility into PSJ is

    key in our mission to promote it as a tourism

    destination, he said.

    The beaches in Port St Johns have also had

    a lot of negative publicity due to the number

    of shark attacks occurring and the fact that

    they have been named among the most dan-

    gerous beaches in the world.

    Mangqo said that they are addressing this

    byworkingwith theDepartment of Economic

    Development and Environment Affairs,

    training more life savers for all PSJ beaches

    and erectingmore signs to educate visitors on

    what to and what not do during their visits.

    During the media tour, various tourist at-

    tractions were visited such as The Gap and

    Blowhole, which is a popular site for visitors

    and tourists as it offers a beautiful sea life

    viewing spot.

    It also has something to offer for those who

    like adrenalin-filled adventure as one can

    climb down a narrow ladder through the gap.

    On top of Mount Ethesinger is an old air-

    craft landing strip that was featured in the

    popular movie Blood Diamond.

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    of Mount Sullivan that forms the dramatic

    gateway of Port St Johns.

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    The Gap and

    Blowhole in

    Port St Johns.

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    MILLISA

    MADIKIZELA

    The view from the landing strip on top of Mount Ethesinger over the town of Port St Johns.

    PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

  • 4School News

    October 2, 2014

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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    UBANK, in partnership with the Teba Fund

    Trust, hosted an inaugurational soccer tour-

    nament at the Dalasile Sports ground in Ng-

    cobo last week.

    Teba Fund Trust and Ubank in association

    with the US Africa Children Fellowship (US-

    ACF) and South Africa Israel Chamber of

    Commerce donated soccer balls and spon-

    sored the tournament providing the schools

    with medals, trophies and ensuring the event

    was a success. Customer Solution Executive

    John Bellis from Ubank, said this was their

    way of contributing to the development of

    sport in the province.

    This is when talent is identified and nur-

    tured, at this early stage and this is when fu-

    ture stars are made. We are proud to be part

    of this initiative, said Bellis.

    Preliminary rounds were held in Elliotdale

    and Ngcobo, with the final matches taking

    place at the Dalasile Sports Ground, last

    week.

    The first final was between Mbutye Senior

    Primary School (SPS) and Lower Sitholeni

    SPS. Lower Sitholeni won by 3-0 beatingMbu-

    tye. Mzikayise Dalasile Senior Secondary

    School (SSS) played with Nobangile SSS.

    Nobangile won by 3-1 beating Dalasile on pen-

    alties. The match between Tshapile SPS and

    Mpame SPS, was won by Mpame, beating

    Tshapile 3-0 .

    The last match was between Mzikayise

    Dalasile SSS andGwebityala SSS andGwebit-

    yala won by 3-0. All participants went home

    with medals. The winning teams in the first

    category went home with trophies and gold

    medals.

    Ubankhosts schools tournament

    Nobangile Ladies Soccer with their principal Khulukazi Makaula at Dalasile.

    PHOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA

    The Director from the Department of Education in Ngcobo Circuit Miss Khunjuzwa Mngambi (second

    from right) with Asthandile Sambatho, Avuyile Dyantyi and Thenjiswa Dangazele.

    PHOTO:BABALWA NDLANYA

    MANDLENKOSI MXENGI

    ASMatric pupils in the Eastern Cape prepare

    for their final year examinations the provin-

    cialDepartment of Education remained confi-

    dent that it would achieve its targeted 70%

    matric pass rate.

    The 2014 national senior certificate (NSC)

    final year examinations are scheduled to start

    on Monday, October 27, and the Grade 12 pu-

    pils are expected to write their final paper on

    Friday, November 28.

    Following a recent visit by Basic Education

    DeputyMinister Enver Surty to the province,

    provincial Education MEC Mandla Makupu-

    la said the department has set a 70% matric

    pass rate for 2014, adding that he remained

    confident that they would be able to reach the

    target.

    However, in the build up to last years final

    exams, the suspended head of departmentMt-

    hunywa Ngonzo also told a gathering of prin-

    cipals in East London that the province was

    confident that it was going to achieve its tar-

    geted 70% pass rate.

    The 2013matric class recorded an improved

    64.9% pass rate, which represented an in-

    crease of 3.3% from the 61.6% achieved in

    2012.

    Surtys three-day visit to the province was

    aimed at reviewing the state of quality learn-

    ing and teaching in schools across the prov-

    ince.

    Makupula said hewas delighted that things

    were getting back to normal in the province

    and hoped that the province would achieve a

    70% pass rate.

    Now that the province hasmanaged to ad-

    dress some challenges experienced in

    schools, a high pass rate for the national cer-

    tificate results for 2014will be achieved, said

    Makupula.

    The department said it has made some sig-

    nificant improvements in six priority areas,

    including the national school nutrition pro-

    gramme, learner and teacher support materi-

    al, scholar transport, infrastructure, budget

    stabilization, and teacher recruitment.

    The provincial education progress report

    indicated that the province had made some

    progress in terms of teacher recruitment.

    Makupula said currently 382 teacher posts

    had been provided to address teacher demand

    Eastern Cape Province confident of 70%matric pass rate

    Education MEC Mandla

    Makupula remained

    confident that the

    province will achieve its

    targeted 70% matric

    pass rate.

    PHOTO:MANDLENKOSI

    MXENGI

    supply in Graaff-Reinet, Grahamstown, East

    London, Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage, and

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    However, the DA in the province has em-

    barkedona one classroomone teacher cam-

    paign aimed at forcing the department to fill

    over 1 000 vacant teacher posts.

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    AFRICA & EXPANDING

    218

    NIGHT life and entertainment is being re-

    vived in the East London CBD by the opening

    of the first licenced bingo outlet in the Buffa-

    lo City Metro.

    The R46-million investment by BOSS Gam-

    ing Eastern Cape is a vote of confidence in the

    local economy and prospects for inner-city re-

    vival, says Yolande Manuel, director of BOSS

    Gaming Eastern Cape.

    Bingo Royale provides over 18s with up-

    market entertainment, which includes an old

    style Italian restaurant, a feature bar andmod-

    ern bingo terminals. There will also be regular

    live entertainment on a permanent stage in the

    venue, she says.

    Situated in Owethu House, Terminus Street,

    Bingo Royale East London is positioned to sup-

    port the development of the nearby Sleeper

    Site.

    We are excited about the plans for the Sleep-

    er Site, and are providing a gateway to the de-

    velopment by providing a safe and well-lit en-

    tertainment destination in the heart of the

    East London CBD something which has been

    sadly missing for years, she says.

    Visitors to Bingo Royale East London have

    a visible wow experience the first time they

    pass through security and enter the premises.

    Amodern feature barwith a giant chandelier

    as its centre-piece sets the atmosphere.

    Our approach is to ensure that visitors enjoy

    knock your socks off experience in the most

    up-market facility in the area.

    The colours of the lighting above the bar can

    be changed to match the mood or occasion of

    the day. So, for Valentines Day it will all be red,

    says Manuel.

    There is a stage in front of the bar for live

    entertainment.

    The music is piped through the speaker sys-

    tem into the smoking area.

    With electronic-based play patrons can en-

    joy Bingo whenever the Bingo hall is open

    rather than being restricted to specific time

    slots as they are in a more traditional Bingo

    operation.

    It is the popular way Bingo is being played

    all around the world, she says.

    Patrons can also dine like royalty at neigh-

    bouring Vinnys Joint restaurant, another first

    for the East London CBD.

    The cosy restaurant is the place to meet

    friends or to have informal business meetings,

    says Manuel.

    Bingo Royale East London CBD and Vinnys

    are open from nine in the morning till late at

    night.

    Entry is free.

    There is plenty of parking in neighbouring

    Caxton House for the bingo and restaurant pa-

    trons, in addition to on-street.

    New lighting has been installed, and the area

    is patrolled by Bingo Royales own security

    guards.

    Live entertainment

    Some of East Londons favourite musicians

    can be seen live on stage in Bingo Royale East

    London on Wednesday evenings and over

    weekends.

    We see ourselves as a showcase for both es-

    tablished and up-and-coming musicians from

    East London, says general manager Greg

    Crawford.

    A stage has been built in front of the iconic

    bar for the musicians, who can be seen from

    most parts of the venue.

    Music is piped through the speaker system

    into the smoking area to ensure that everyone

    has the opportunity to enjoy the free show.

    Responsible Gambling

    Bingo Royale East London CBD fully sup-

    ports South Africas pioneering and interna-

    tionally acknowledged National Responsible

    Gambling Programme (NRGP).

    In keeping with the aims of this programme,

    the following measures are in place:

    There is clear signage stating that no under

    18s are allowed into the premises, and Bingo

    Royale has a zero tolerance policy towards un-

    der-age gambling

    Security guards at the entrances are trained

    to identify potential under-age gamblers and

    to ask for proof of age

    NRGP signage featuring winners know

    when to stop and the NRGP toll-free helpline

    number are prominently displayed

    There is clear signage at the entrance of the

    site warning the public that licensed gambling

    activities are taking place within the venue

    All staff performing gambling-related func-

    tions undergo formal training on all aspects of

    the promotion of responsible gambling.

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  • 6Entertainment

    October 2, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

    Kennedy Chitula Mwange

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    *Work crises

    * Special prayer for blessings

    *Health problems

    *House cleansing

    * Love crises andmanymore

    For appointment, tel 0786087243

    After 15 painful years

    Formany years I suffered a lot inmymarriage. I had daily fightswithmy husband and had no peace because ofmy jealous

    family, friends andmy in-laws also hatedme. I felt betrayed and heartbroken bymyownpeople.

    Sleepless nights and stress nearly killed me. I tried many healers, but they all failed to help me, until I heard about Mama

    Mia on a spiritual on the radio. With the only R100 I had in life, Mama Mia took my fortune readings and surprised me by

    telling me accurately about my husbands hidden family secrets. She then made special prayers and gave me powerful

    herbal Indian Holy Water for cleansing and a special oil. Within just a few days a miracle happened: all my enemies and

    family in-laws who hated me came back to make peace with. After suffering 20 painful years, today we are the happiest

    couple and I amalso grateful because ofMamaMia.

    Her special prayers of blessings hasmademebecamea successful business lady.

    MAMAMIABROUGHTPEACE INMYBROKENUPFAMILY

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    Musukurobh iintatheli,wena!

    Ixesha elininzi kuye kuthiwe abaqhubi

    beetaxi bayageza kanti kukho abantu

    abafezekisa iinjongo zabo ngokukhuthuza

    abantu imali zabo kuba besithi basebenza ezi-

    taxini, kube sele kungcola igama likanotaxi.

    Omnyewabancedisi bomqhubi apha e-UTA

    ngemini yeHeritage uzibone sele esenza

    ipush-ups ngenxa nje yokutsotsa unondaba

    etaxini ngokuthi angambuyiseli ichange ya-

    khe ngabom - not knowing ukuba udlala

    ngomlilo.

    Unondaba khange alibazise uvele waya

    kuxela eMadeira Police Station emva kokut-

    hatha inumber-plate yetaxi leyo.

    Manditsho ndithi amapolisa asebenzisene

    kakhulu naloo ntatheli ngokuthi bamkhange-

    le naphantsi kwezicithi umfana lo ubebaleke

    nechange.

    Lathethwa ityala eGolden Egg taxi rank,

    kodwakuyekwanyanzelekaukubaunondaba

    aphumesele ephethe i-R357yentlawulouqu-

    ka imali aye ngayo eMadeira kunye naleyo

    alahlekelwe lixesha lakhe lokuba abe semse-

    benzini elungisa lo mcimbi woku rojwa kwa-

    khe.

    Kunyanisiwe xa kusithiwa dont judge a

    book by its cover because umntu udela nje

    isiqu kanti akazi ukuba lowo mntu wazi

    umthetho ngaphezu kwakhe.

    Siyabulela koonotaxi abathe bathatha inx-

    axheba ekusombululeni le nyewe, kuquka

    namapolisa lawo aseMadeira.

    Kazi babebhatele bonke na?

    Normally the VIP area in any event used

    not to be full but we were surprised to see the

    fully packed VIP area during the Mthatha

    Cultural Heritage Festival recently and we

    asked ourselves if all those people who were

    there had paid the R50.

    Xa bonke babebhatele siyaxolisa kepha xa

    sijonga engathi ilabantu abamukela amath-

    ikithi felefele.

    The organisors need to look into the issue

    of issuing courtesy tickets to thedifferent gov-

    ernment departments and also to the people

    who are sponsors of the event.

    Instead of giving away those tickets free

    they should at least make them available at

    a discounted rate to the sponsors.

    The way some of the people behaved at the

    VIP stand showed thatwrongpeoplewere giv-

    en theVIP tickets and thatmadeus again ask,

    who qualifies to be a VIP?

    Can anyone be a VIP andwhat does it mean

    to be a VIP?

    Why did they have to keep him with

    them?

    What we saw in Flagstaff was not on. We

    saw a traffic officer driving a Toyota Hilux

    bakkie. At first we thought he had gone to

    work with his vehicle and later we realized

    that the bakkie belonged to an old man who

    was a passenger when his vehicle was being

    driven by the traffic cop.

    The old man was stopped by the traffic cop

    and they found some faults in his vehicle. In-

    stead of giving him a fine the traffic officer

    decided to park the vehicle on the side of the

    road alongside their vehicle and continue

    with his work whilst the old man was stand-

    ing in the sun waiting for the traffic officers

    to finish their work as they manned the road

    block.

    Itwas onThursday and theway the oldman

    was dressed showed that he was going to

    church since it was Thursday and his appear-

    ance was like that of the Pastor.

    Ohbawoasazi sekwathiningentloniphoku-

    bantwana bakho kuba lowatata xa umjongile

    wayengalingana notate wetraffic cop le yay-

    imbambile.

    Iyaxaka eyabathethela isipolisa hleli

    besithi akukho tyala lenzekile

    Iyaxaka eyabathethela isipolisa ikakhulu

    kwezi ndawo zihleli zinamaqondo aphezulu

    obundlobongela.

    Bahleli besithi akukho nto yenzekileyo.

    Kodwa esuke ixake kakhulu awazi nokuba

    bajongela phantsi amaphe-phandaba amanc-

    inci kuba qho xa ufunda lamakhulu ufumani-

    sa ukuba bawanikezile iziganeko ezithe zen-

    zeka. Akumelanga ukuba bayawakhetha

    amaphepha abawanika iin-kcukacha ngol-

    waphulo mthetho ekuhlaleni.

    Abakulibalayo ukba amaphephandaba

    asekuhlaleni iwo abalulekile kubantu futhi

    bawafumana ngaphandle kokukhupha imali.

    What we would ask now as the gossip team

    is for people to join the newspapers facebook

    page and always let us know what is happen-

    ing in their areas especially things like crime.

    We were surprised last week when our col-

    league from the Flagstaff area told us that

    therewasa lot of crimehappening in that area

    especially rape but every timewhenwe asked

    the police spokesperson about the crimes in

    his area he always said nothing had happen.

    We were also surprised to read in the re-

    gional newspaper that there was shooting

    next to the house of the Alfred Nzo District

    Municipalitys Chief Finance Officer but the

    spokespersonsaid therewasnocrimereported

    but he was quoted in the regional newspaper.

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    A young man from Bolotwa location in

    Dutywa is appealing to Dutywa Com-

    munitymembers and SouthAfricans to

    give him support by voting for him in

    the South African Traditional Music

    Awards (SATMA).

    Sibongile-Sijadu Potelwa, who is

    singing an Afro Fusion will be repre-

    senting the Mbhashe Local Municipali-

    ty in the 9th Annual SATMA Awards

    whichwill be held at Fort Hare onOcto-

    ber 17 and 18.

    He is a Praise Poet, a recording artist,

    an author and aspiring actor. Sijadu re-

    citedhis renditions in Isixhosa, isiZulu,

    English and a bit of Sotho. He started

    praising while he was still young.

    I am nominated for the 2014 Satma

    Awards in the category of Best Praise

    Singer. For me to be able to win in this

    category I will need the support of the

    community ofMbashe and surrounding

    areas.

    In 2013, Potelwaperformedduring the

    Nathi Ngowethu event in celebration

    of Saba Mbixanes accolades hosted by

    Alfred Nzo District Municipality at

    Mandileni Administrative Area in

    Mount Frere.

    He also took to the stage during the

    farewell event of Auditor General, Ter-

    enceNombembe,whichwasheld inBlo-

    emfontein last year.

    When you are nominated it means

    there are peoplewho are learning some-

    thing from what you are doing which is

    what happened to me and I am proud of

    that.

    Patelwa is currently employed at the

    National Treasury offices in Pretoria.

    Those who will be voting for him can

    sms Satma Sijadu Best Praise Singer to

    34066.

    Praise Poet requests

    support from residents

    Sibongile Sijadu nominated for Satma Awards. PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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    October 2, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

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    GREG NOTA

    THE Mthatha Cultural Heritage Festival golf

    day was well supported as golfers from all

    walks of life came in numbers to take part in

    the event at Mthatha Country Club.

    Thegolf daywaspart of theMthathaCultur-

    al Heritage Festival which sported a full pro-

    gramme of both cultural and sporting events.

    During a gala dinner peoplewhoare involved

    in promoting culture in Mthatha were hon-

    oured with certificates of recognition.

    Various sporting events were held on the

    Saturday, such as a 12 km marathon and fun

    walk, aerobics competition and the golf day.

    Expresss Greg Nota was there to capture

    all the golfing action.

    Golfers showmettleat festival golf day

    Willie Shawe took part in the golf day. PHOTO: GREG NOTA

    Portia Sanqu

    showed that the

    golf course can be

    a womans

    playground too.

    PHOTO: GREG

    NOTA

    Deon Steyn puts a the last hole. PHOTO: GREG NOTA

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    FROM the people who brought you Citizen

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    Youth Journo is a programme presented by

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    erante forms part of, that gives high school stu-

    dents the opportunity to share their schools

    news with the rest of the community online.

    But it is not only restricted to school news

    anything that is of importance to teenagers

    couldbesubmittedunderYouthJournoonour

    website, whether it be dating tips, book or CD

    reviews or more serious matters like drug

    abuse among teenagers. To launch this excit-

    ing project, OP Koerante will be giving away

    alaptoptoaschoolthatsubmitsthemostYouth

    Journo entries online.

    Toenter for this competition, learnerswould

    have to go to our website to tell us why their

    school is the best (only online entries will be

    accepted).

    How to enter

    Go to www.mthathaexpress.co.za. The Youth Journo

    (or his/her parent) must register as a user on the

    website and then click on Tell Your Story.

    The online form you need to fill in is as easy to use

    as Facebook.

    The Youth Journo must remember to fill in his/her

    name and surname, upload a photo of himself or

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    October 2, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

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    SANELE JAMES

    THROUGH its developments, the South African

    Football Association (Safa) of the OR Tambo re-

    gion aspires to produce players of high quality,

    competent enough to play for the national squad,

    Bafana Bafana, by 2019.

    Briefing the media in Mthatha, Safa OR Tambo

    President, Xolile Nkompela, said they were work-

    ing very hard and looking for every possible way

    to develop high quality players in the area. The

    ORTambo region is capable, andwill produce best

    players. We want to produce players of

    Mzwawuthethi Nogwazas calibre who will play

    for the national team in the next world cup, he

    said.

    Mzawuthethi Nogwaza, known as Zyre, was

    one of the best players the OR Tambo region ever

    had. Playing under Coach Professor Ngubane for

    Bush Bucks, now known as Mthatha Bucks, Zyre

    was one of the most offensive right-wingers in the

    team. The retired star was also born, bred and but-

    tered in the OR region.

    He, Xolile, stressed that in order to develop play-

    ers of Nogwazas ilk they need to pay special atten-

    tion to the young stars Under 13, 15 and 17. The

    SafaORcurrently boastswith 55LocalFootballAs-

    sociations (LFA) in Mhlonto Municipality,

    NyandeniMunicipality, Port St JohnsMunicipali-

    ty, King Sabatha Dalindyebo Municipality and In-

    gquzaMunicipality; eachLFAwithmore than 2000

    players and at least 99 teams each. The Safa OR

    Tambo President is expected to hand over 100 balls

    to each LFA on October 28.

    As infrastructure has always been the main

    challenge in the region, especially in the rural

    parts; Nkompela said they were attending to the

    predicament including the unfinished Mthatha

    stadium. We are working on creating a friendly

    sporting environment as we have constructed and

    introduced artificial pitches in some of the areas

    in the region. And I can confirm that other stadi-

    ums are being constructed inMhlontlo onNyande-

    ni.

    He continued and said: Nelson Mandela loved

    sport; he was one of the people who made a bid for

    the world cup to be hosted in South Africa. The

    Mthatha stadium is his legacy so hosting big

    games and tournaments at the stadium would be

    a greatway tohonourhim.According toNkompe-

    la, they are expecting some funds from the Safa

    NEC to speed up the construction and the Safa na-

    tional President Danny Jordaan and the newly ap-

    pointed Bafana Bafana coach, Ephraim Shakes

    Mashaba, are set to visit the stadium soon.

    Also at the press conference the president an-

    nounced the suspension of its members, honorary

    president Chief Mwelo Nonkonyana, Mr Pikolom-

    zi Ngceza, Mr Daniel Tonga, Mr Sipho Cingo, Mr

    Simbongile Mpolase, Mr Khaya Madikizela and

    Ms Rose Tshingana.

    SafaORTamboscouts for2ndNogwaza

    Safa OR Tambo President, Xolile Nkompela. PHOTO: SANELE JAMES

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