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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    T

    HE Minister of Science and Tech-

    nology, Naledi Pandor, launched

    theWorld Space Science Outreach

    and Awareness Open Day at Wal-

    ter Sisulu University (WSU), Za-

    mukulungisa Campus in Mthatha last Satur-

    day.

    The aim of the launch was to advise pupils

    to choose Science and Mathematics as main

    subjects, so that they could become scientists

    and doctors.

    Pupils from various Senior Secondary

    Schools in Mthatha and those under the

    Lusikisiki district, attended the World Space

    Science Outreach open day.

    Among the people who motivated pupils

    was Mandla Maseko (26) who won the Axe

    Apollo Space Academy competition last year,

    securing himself one of 23 seats in the Lnx

    Mark II Shuttle which will go into space next

    year.

    Maseko encouraged students to take good

    decisions about their lives, forget about pov-

    erty and not lose focus owing to their back-

    grounds. The Eastern Cape MEC for the De-

    partment of Education, Mandla Makupula,

    emphasized the need for young people to take

    advantage of the opportunities offered by gov-

    ernment.

    TheECdepartment of educationwelcomes

    technologically advanced initiatives of this

    nature. It is a great opportunity for our young

    people to fully engage with the countrys

    brightest minds, said Makupula.

    He said as the department they acknowl-

    edge that they had been obtaining a poor pass

    rate duringmatric exams, but that this didnt

    mean they would take a back seat.

    I am challenging Grade 12s to work hard

    so that we can at least obtain a 70% pass rate

    in this years final exams. Parents must give

    their full support to their children during the

    exams. Pandor appealed to young people to

    studymathematics and science in order to in-

    crease the supply of critical skills that are vi-

    tal to the economy of South Africa.

    I encourage you to choose Mathematics

    and Physical Science as subjects. Science ca-

    reers are demanding and require a high level

    of perseverance. One of my responsibilities is

    to discover pupils with talent and potential

    for science, engineering and technology ca-

    reers, said Pandor.

    Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, recently launched the World Space Science Outreach and Awareness Open Day at the Walter Sisulu University (WSU). PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    Pandor launches space scienceproject

  • 2News

    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

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    SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE

    ASTUDENT (22) fromNgqungqushe Further

    Education Training (FET) College was

    stabbed to death on Saturday, October 4, at

    the Mathakhatha Tavern in the Lusikisiki

    Central Business Development (CBD).

    SikhokheleMpehle, aN6BusinessManage-

    ment student from Mnga location in Tsolo,

    was allegedly stabbed in the neck and later

    died in the St Elizabeth hospital, Lusikisiki.

    His relatives only found out about his death

    two days later.

    Sikhokheles aunt, Nontle Mpehle, said she

    was devastated about his death and described

    him as someone with a good sense of humour

    and non-violent person.

    His girlfriend, Khanyisa Mandela (35), said

    she last sawhimatmidday on Saturday in the

    company of his roommate.

    We chatted a bit and they left and I was

    surprised when he didnt come back to our

    room later. Two days passed without him

    coming back to our room, so I decided to call

    his family. This was when we found his body

    lying in the hospital mortuary, said Mande-

    la.

    She said she had lost a friend because he

    was everything to her. According to her, he

    was humble and hated fighting.

    He was not violent, actually he was a cow-

    ard. I really dont know what the person who

    stabbed hims problem was. His death is tear-

    ing my heart apart, said Mandela.

    The police confirmed the incident and said

    no arrests had yet been made, but that they

    were investigating the matter.

    Police spokesperson, Captain Mduduzi

    Godlwana, said police in Lusikisiki were in-

    vestigating a case of murder.

    Sikhokhele is expected to be laid to rest on

    Saturday, October 25 at his home in Mnga,

    Tsolo.

    Student stabbed todeathat tavern

    Sikhokhele Mpehle who was

    stabbed to death in Lusikisiki.

    PHOTO:SUPPLIED

    REPORTER

    AS the world panics over the Ebola outbreak,

    West Africans are reportedly fleeing their coun-

    tries in a bid to outrun the virus someevenhead-

    ed overland for South Africa.

    According to the Sunday Independent, this

    could place South Africa at considerable risk.

    Johannesburg-based members of the immi-

    grant communities from Liberia, Sierra Leone

    and Guinea, told the newspaper that there is a

    considerable number of people attempting to

    reach SA, most trying to reach it overland a 5

    000km trek.

    Oneman said he alone knew of at least five peo-

    ple who were on their way.

    The newspaper reports that it would just take

    one carrier to change the situation in SA partic-

    ularly in a community that is largely housed in

    the densely populated city centre of Johannes-

    burg an ideal breeding ground for a communica-

    ble virus such as Ebola.

    In addition, these often undocumented mi-

    grants also enter the country through the porous

    border at Beitbridge in northern Limpopo an

    entry point that has no measures such as temper-

    ature radars in place to check visitors who could

    be carriers.

    However, Minister of Home Affairs Malusi Gi-

    gaba and Minister of Health Aaron Motsoaledi

    have stated that although caution needs to be ex-

    ercised, it cannot be done at the expense of fuel-

    ling xenophobia.

    Motsoaledi said that he feels SA is too far away

    for most people to reach by land and if they were

    carrying the disease, the chances are they would

    notmake it to the border alive, reported the news-

    paper.

    Meanwhile, as reported by News24 on Satur-

    day, the UN special envoy on Ebola says the

    number of cases is probably doubling every three

    to four weeks and the response needs to be 20

    times greater than itwas at the beginning of Octo-

    ber.

    David Nabarro warned the UN General Assem-

    bly on Friday that without the mass mobilisation

    of the world to support the affected countries in

    West Africa, it will be impossible to get this dis-

    ease quickly under control, and the world will

    have to live with the Ebola virus forever.

    Nabarro said the UN knows what needs to be

    done to catch up to and overtake Ebolas rapid

    advance and together were going to do it.

    And our commitment to all of you is to achieve

    it within a matter of months a few months, he

    said.

    More than 4 000 people have died of the disease

    since the start of the outbreak, the worst to date.

    Last week, News24 reported that although no

    cases of Ebola have been reported in South Afri-

    ca, the country is ready for a possible outbreak.

    Its not that we are just starting now. We are

    just ramping up efforts to fight the virus that

    started in December, said Motsoaledi.

    Aministerial advisory committee onEbola had

    been appointed comprising private healthcare

    professionals.

    Motsoaledi said Cabinet had approved a budget

    of R32.5million to support Ebola preparedness

    and response activities.

    South Africa started in March and strength-

    ened efforts at major airports, especially the Lan-

    seria and OR Tambo International airports in Jo-

    hannesburg.

    Private health care practitioners were also

    put on alert, he said.

    They were given a 24-hour number to contact

    the National Institute of Communicable Diseases

    if they encountered a patient who possibly had

    Ebola.

    Officials at ports of entry had been trained to

    deal with the disease.

    According to the latest toll from the World

    Health Organisation, the deadly virus has killed

    3 439 people in West Africa since the start of the

    year. www.news24.com

    West Africans flee Ebola, head to SouthAfrica

    In accordance with

    the editorial policy

    of the Express, we

    invite readers to

    comment on

    mistakes in the

    newspaper and

    shall correct

    significant errors

    as soon as possi-

    ble. Send info to

    the Ombudsman of

    Media24s Local

    Press, George

    Claassen, at

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  • 3News

    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    IMVULA ethe yagalela ngamandla kumbindi

    waseMpuma Koloni kwimpela-veki egqithi-

    leyo ishiye kusweleke abantu ababini kwin-

    gozi yesithuthi esiye sakhalala umgaqo ze

    salala ngomhlana, phakathi kweVillage yase-

    Qunu eMthatha kunye neDutywa.

    Abazibonele ngamehlo bathi esi sithuthi si-

    ye sabetheka eludongeni lo mgaqo, sabuya

    salala ecaleni kwendlela. Ukanti oku

    kukhokelelekaukubakubangelwe bubuman-

    zi bendlela.

    Osisthethi sephulo likaFika uPhila

    phantsi kweSebe lezoThutho eMpuma Kapa

    uTshepoMachaea uqinisekisile ukuba le ngo-

    zi idalwe bubumanzi bendlela. Bekungekho

    nto zibonakalisa ukuba umqhubi ebesele

    utywala.

    Siyababongoza abaqhubi bethu ukuba

    behlise isantya xa kunethayo ukuze bakwazi

    ukulawula izithuthi zabo ngalo lonke ixe-

    sha, kubeka uMachaea.

    Kusenjalo, lo kaMachaea uthe kude kufu-

    tshane nendawo yaseSinuka ePort St Johns

    kuthe kwalimala abantu abathathu ngelixa

    izithuthi ezithathu zingqubana okwenkabi

    zeegusha kwindawo eli gope ngosuku lwange

    Cawa.

    Ukanti abantu abane kuquka abantwana

    ababini bona bathe balimala kwidolophu

    yaseMonti.

    Lo kaMachaea uqinisekisile ukuba abanye

    abaqhubi betaxi bathe bafunyanwa bezi

    nkxinkxe ngobhelu lomsele nto leyo eyenze

    ukuba lo nto isiwe ngaphambili kwimibutho

    yetaxi. Omnye waba baqhubi ubanjwe

    kwindawo yaseCorhana eMthatha, ngosuku

    lwango Mgqibelo.

    Woleke ngelithi kuya baluleka into

    yokokuba nabo abanikazi betaxi baqinisek-

    ise ukuba abaqhubi abekho phantsi kwem-

    pembelelo zotywala kuba yenye into eba ngu-

    nobangela weengozi ezindleleni.

    Owethu umsebenzi singama gosa kuku-

    qinisekisa ukuba siya babamba abantu

    abaqhuba betye amanzi amponjwana, kodwa

    ke iye into ixhomekeke kwigunya bantu lezo

    tshutshiso ixesha eli ninzi.

    Imvula ishiye iingozi emigaqweni

    yaseMpumaKoloni

    Esi sithuthi silale ngimhlana phakathi wedolo-

    phu yaseMthatha kunye neDutywa.

    PHOTO: ITHUNYELWE

    REPORTER

    TWOmen who were charged with dealing in

    daggawere sentenced to 12months imprison-

    ment or a fine of R6 000 in the DutywaMagis-

    trates Court last week.

    Bonile Qhina (34) and Mzoxolo Mdingi (41)

    were found with five bags of dagga at Dothi

    location, Mangathi Village in Dutywa, last

    week. Both suspects pleaded guilty to a

    charge of dealing in dagga.

    Police Spokesperson, Captain Jackson

    Manatha, confirmed the incident.

    The dagga weighed 84,02 kg with a street

    value of R84 000. Both suspects were charged

    with dealing in dagga and the court sen-

    tenced them to 12 months imprisonment or

    a R6000 fine, said Manatha.

    Men found

    with dagga

    worth R84000

    Constables Sivuyile Nyaka, Olwethu Mthengwa-

    na and Mthandeni Mkhize of the Dutywa Police

    Station with the dagga that was seized.

    PHOTO: SUPPLIED

  • 4News

    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

    REPORTER

    THE Amathole District Municipality

    resolved water problems in Butter-

    worth which had left community

    members without water last week.

    The situation arose after Eskoms

    transformer which supplied electrici-

    ty to the water pumps, blew up.

    Community members who were af-

    fected were fromBika, Cuba and Vulli

    Valley informal settlements and sur-

    rounding villages.

    Spokesperson for the Amathole Dis-

    trictMunicipality, SiyabulelaMakun-

    ga, said the municipality acted swifly

    to solve the problem as soon as possi-

    ble.

    In order to ensure that our citizens

    were getting clean water while we

    were trying to fix the problem, themu-

    nicipality sent water tankers to the af-

    fected areas, said Makunga.

    Residents

    leftwithout

    water

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    UMBUTHO weetitshala iSouth African Dem-

    ocratic Teachers Union (SADTU) eGcuwa

    uthi uzimisele ukuba abafundi bala ngingqi

    abaza kuthi bachophele izifundo zabo zeban-

    ga lika Grade 12 ekupheleni kwale nyanga,

    okungenani baphumelele ngomyinge we-70%

    kwiimviwo zabo zokuphela konyaka.

    Oku kutshiwo nguMnu Linda Golela ongu

    sihlalo wombutho iSADTU eGcuwa, nalapho

    ethe bona kwelabo icala bengabefundisi ntsa-

    pho sele beqoshelise yonke into. Uthe ngoku

    into ishiyeke nabafundi ukuba bakhumbule

    izinto ebebezihlohlwa ekuqaleni konyaka.

    Lo kaGolela uveze ukuba kungoku nje

    izikolo ezininzi beziqhuba iSpring School lo

    gama abanye abafundi bevalele iholide zika

    Septhemba.

    ISebe linike abafundi bakaGrade 12 ithuba

    lokuba bangavali bona koko baqhube iSpring

    School ngenjongo zokuncedisana nabo uku

    lungiselela ukuqala imviwo zokuphela kon-

    yaka, kubeka uGolela.

    Woleke ngelithi, esi Spring School asi jon-

    gangakuphela abafundi abaphumakwizikolo

    ebezi ngenzanga kakuhle kunyaka opheli-

    leyo, koko senzelwe wonke umfundi owenza

    ibanga likaGrade 12. Lo kaGolela uveze uku-

    ba kune zikolo ebezi ngabasanga abantwana

    kwi Spring School ngenxa yezi zathu ezithile

    ezinye ke zibe kude nalo ndawo kubanjelwe

    Iititshala zithi zijongeu-70%kubafundi eGcuwa

    kuyo iSpring School neziza kuthi zizi

    bandakanye kakhulu kwi-revision kunye

    nase kubambeni iicamps ngowimi lwasemzi-

    ni, ukuzama ukuncedisana nabafundi.

    Othethela iSebe leze Mfundo uMnu Loyiso

    Pulumane uqinisekisile ukuba uGrade 12 uza

    kuqala ngomhla we-27 kule nyanga ukubhala

    imviwo. Okwangokuandikakwazi ukukhu-

    pha inkcukacha kakhulu ngalomba kuba

    kuse khona inkcukacha esisa zidibanisayo,

    utshilo uPulumane.

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    THE Butterworth Choral Society (BUCHOS)

    participated in theORTamboChoral Festival

    at John Knox Bokwe FET College in the

    MdantsaneTownship outsideEast London re-

    cently.

    BUCHOS obtained first position with their

    African piece, Ingqanga, which was com-

    posed by Sibusiso Njeza from Centane.

    The choir also obtained second position in

    the male voice section and finished fourth in

    both theWesternmusic andFemale voice sec-

    tions.

    According to Police Spokesperson, Captain

    Jackson Manatha, BUCHOS was established

    by the Butterworth Police and community

    members with the purpose of getting the

    youth away from the streets, drugs and crime

    in general.

    BUCHOS was established in 2005 and con-

    sistsmainly of rural youth. Some are from the

    informal settlement around Mnquma Local

    Municipality towns, said Manatha.

    We thank the family members of the chor-

    isters, local business and local authorities

    who supported the choir in order to make

    their trip to East London a success.

    BUCHOS promises that it will put the Mn-

    quma area and Butterworth on the map come

    2015.

    He urged parents to allow their children to

    join the Butterworth Choral Society choir to

    keep them constructively busy and away

    from the dangers of crime and drugs.

    BUCHOSparticipates inOR TamboChoral Festival

    BUCHOS choir

    participated in

    the OR Tambo

    Choral

    Festival.

    PHOTO:SUPPLIED

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    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

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    Perhaps things have changed qha thina si-

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    Thina, we grew up where kwakuthi xa ku-

    qhamka i-polisa sibufihle utywala inga-

    kumbi xa besihamba estratweni, kuba sasi-

    sazi ukuba yinto ekungalunganga ukuba

    iselwe elubala or public ngabula makhum-

    sha.

    But esikubonenext toNgaru police station

    eUTA, noko kuye kwasishiya siman-

    gazekile. Kanti bekusenzeka ntoni?

    Just next to the gate to the police station,

    there were people who were enjoying them-

    selves with a case of beers.

    Bengasanxile u-worse lo ebengumama os-

    emdala.Njani ngokukuvele koselelwangase

    police station indawo elwa nokusetyenziswa

    kotywala in public.

    Phofukeyindabakabaniumntuxaezisele-

    la utywala bakhewherever in this democrat-

    ic country? Kaloku thina kuthiwa sasici-

    nizelekile yilo nto sasibuba utywala. Eish!!

    Sithanda ukuyoyika ngendlela abayise-

    benzisa ngayo le democracy yabo. Kuba they

    apply it kwezi zinto zi wrong uninzi lwayo.

    Sithule sibukele sodla efileyo, mara nina

    guys apho eNgangelizwe police station mu-

    sani ukuyivumela la nto.

    Its discrediting inkonzo yesipolisa kula

    police station. Perhaps, bayazi ukuba nisela

    nabo kwezi mokolo zasekasi, so ngeke ni-

    bathinte nokuba bangaya koselela

    ngaphakathi e-police station.

    Heyi usekhona kanti uNyakanyaka?

    Uyazi oncewasuka kwi-limelight siyaliba-

    la kwakubawawungumntuokhonakulomh-

    laba, its only uGesh ongasoze walibaleka

    ngenxa yegossip news yakhe.

    Uyazi kukhona umfo owayeke waduma

    ekubeni yi-presenter yomculo kamaskandi

    kwijelo losasazo i-UCR FM. Waphinda waba

    kwidabi lezikhundla elalikwesitishi.

    Nangoko waduma ke kuba our journos

    babesemva kwabo ne-camp yakhe. Wan-

    yamalala ke lo mfo emva kwelo dabi seva

    kuthiwa ukwiNkonjane FM isaqalwa

    waphinda wasithela nalapho.

    Lowo ke is none other than Happy

    Nyakanyaka Bhongoza. OW! Mfethu lonke

    eli xesha ubuphi?

    Hayi shamekuthekanti ubomibaqhubeka

    nasemva kwe-Radio even though he loved it

    wholeheartedly.

    Now he is a big somebody in the Depart-

    ment of Education in Maluti. Uthe ke un-

    gumhloli. Sike samthe tshe phaya eUTA.

    At least we are happy because umntu un-

    yamalala nithi niyambona sephelile yaye

    ungumhlaba de umsizele. Hayike Happy si-

    yakubongela xa u-sharp la ukhona, khazi ezi

    iintsizwa wawubetha nazo idabi ithini impi-

    lo yazo apho zikhona, mara nabo sizaku-

    babona kungekudala.

    Nathi ke sisayibambe kula gossip wawu-

    sishiye kuyo. Unawo nomkhatyana shame,

    kusho kona ukuba udla kamnandi.

    Sikhona isimilo esingekhoyo ngoku

    Uyazi xa ukhule itshotsha entla le nto

    kuthiwa yi-discipline ne respect sometimes

    when strange things happen in front of you

    usungathi ungafuna umngxuma wokuzifih-

    la ungaziboni ezi zinto.

    Khazi kuyakwayintoni kwabafana basolo-

    ko bathetha iindaba zabantu. Andithi ka-

    loku sibone umfana phaya eGreen FarmPSJ

    ethukana nonina we-girlfriend yakhe.

    Bafethu ude athi awungeni ndawo wena xa

    ndilala nentombi yakho.

    Nokuba bekunjani ingathi ayikho spot on

    into yoku confront umamaka girlfriendnga-

    la ndlela.

    Mara nalama old lady ayathanda ukuhlisa

    isidima uthetha ntoni no boyfriend womnt-

    wana wakho kuba kuyacaca ukuba

    bekuselwa konke kuzoqhambuka le ntetha ka

    girl nje.

    Nqanda baba siyatshalala isizwe.

    Hayi abasayibi bayayithatha ngoku

    Yebafethu, uyazi aba bantu basebenzela

    oomasipala or ii-government departments

    abasayibi lemali ngoku bayayithatha. Get us

    right; not all of them we are referring to the

    people who know themselves that they are

    corrupt. Kaloku xa usiba uthatha into enci-

    nane ukuze kungabonakali ukuba kukhona

    into eke yathathwa, kodwa ngoku xa uvele

    kucace ukuba uthatha kwanto ibikhona

    kodwa uthi uyeba?

    Besisiva i-story sokwebiwa kwee-millions

    eOR Tambo District Municipality, uvele

    ubone ukuba lo ebengasebi ebethatha.

    Uyazi ke kukhona izinto mhlawumbi ezi-

    sishiyayo kulo mba.

    Kanti ezi-managers kuthiwa ziqeshiwe

    ngumasipala, azive ziqeshelwe ukujonga ii-

    assets zikamasipala xa bevele abantu bat-

    hathe izinyamfu ezingaka zemali de kunyan-

    zeleke ukuba kude kuphande ii-hawks ukuze

    ivele le mali ukuba itshone phi?

    Phofu sometimes kuba ngumgubo wenx-

    owa enye kuba ukuve kwabona abo manejala

    kuthiwa bazirhwaphilizele kweso sitha se-

    mali. We really dont know what is going on

    ezweni sokhile kwase kwangathi sikhulule-

    kele ukurhwaphilizisa iinkokheli zethu if not

    abasebenzi bakarhulumente.

    Tell them gossip team. If kukhona esimhlu-

    kumeze intliziyo ngale ntetha asixolele

    bekungumbuzo nje kuba ngokwazi kwethu

    akukho ndawo ingenapolisa lokugada izinto

    zayo. Okay lets leave it like that; they would

    say we are sabotaging them especially as the

    elections are around the corner.

    Uxolo, it was just our view which is not in-

    tending to provoke or hurt anyones heart.

    Sihambile until next edition.

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    October 16, 2014

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  • 7Sport

    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

    GREG NOTA

    ELDERLY people from Mbizana and sur-

    rounding areas took part in a 5 km fun walk

    from Emsarhweni, Nyanisweni, to the Mbi-

    zana Cultural Village whichmarked the cel-

    ebration of OR Tambo month last Friday.

    October is the month in which the struggle

    icon, Oliver Reginald Tambo, was born at

    Nkantolo Village on October 27, 1917. Mbi-

    zana Municipality had joined hands to com-

    memorate his life and the vital role he

    played in the struggle of the country. On the

    day, the elderly had to get out of bed as early

    as 5am to be part of the funwalk to commem-

    orate the life of one of their own. Winners

    and other participants were awarded priz-

    es. The elders happiness was evident in the

    jovial songs they were singing before the

    start of the walk.

    Elderswalk for Tambomonth

    Participants walking up the small hill immediately after the start of the walk. PHOTO: GREG NOTAThe way they walk shows determination. PHOTO: GREG NOTA

    The first women to reach the finish line were Ivy Mdayimane who came first followed by Nomt-

    shato Sobetye. Hot on their heels in third position was MaMbhele Malimba. PHOTO: GREG NOTA

    IThe top three men at the finishing line were Zakanzima Mgqithwa (the winner), Lumkile Dingile

    (third) and Mandlenkosi Chiya (second). PHOTO: GREG NOTA

  • 8Sport

    October 16, 2014

    Isolomzi Express

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    ACADEMY FC secured themselves a place to

    play the finals of the Ngumbela Top 8 (NT8)

    when they beat Black Pirates by 2-0 in their

    semi-final played last Sunday at Ngumbela

    Sports Ground, Dutywa.

    Both teams showed their determination to

    play in the finals but unfortunately for Black

    Pirates,who failed to capitalize on the scoring

    opportunities theyhad, theywill nowplay the

    losers final on Sunday, October 19 against

    Mhuku FC.

    The goal scorers were Asavela Phandle and

    Siphiwe Madyibi. The man of the match was

    Bonga Klaushe of the Academy FC.

    Academy FC will play against Excellence

    FC in the finals of theNgumbela Top 8 on Sun-

    day at Ngumbela Sports Ground in Dutywa

    and supporters of both teams are expected to

    come out in numbers to support their teams

    known for their entertaining dribbling skills.

    The competitions co-ordinator for Mb-

    hashe Local Football Association, Lungisa

    Thole Somdaka, said there were 28 teams

    who were playing in the Promotion League

    under South African Football Association

    (Safa), but one of the business owners in Du-

    tywa sponsored a Top 8 knockout.

    He said the league was for teams that are

    from Dutywa only. On Sunday the first game

    of the day will be between Black Pirates and

    MhukuStars FC starting at 9amand theywill

    be playing a losers final. The second game

    will be the final at 12noon between the Acade-

    my FC and Excellence FC.

    According to Somdaka, all the teams that

    played in the NT8 will get a prize depending

    on which stage they were eliminated. Among

    the top prizes that would be awarded to the

    players in the finalmatch, the goal scorerwill

    go homewithR2 000 and theman of thematch

    will go home with R1 000.

    Academy to face Excellence in top8

    Academy FC

    beat Black

    Pirates by

    2-0 and will

    now face

    Excellence FC

    in the finals.

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    BABALWA

    NDLANYA

    Black Pirates FC

    will play against

    Mhuku Stars FC in

    the losers final.

    PHOTO:BABALWA

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