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    AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

    T

    OMORROW, the late NelsonMandelas ex-

    traordinary life will be celebrated

    throughout the country and around the

    globe.

    The Qunu-born anti-apart-

    heid revolutionary, politician

    andphilanthropist,who served

    as President of South Africa

    from 1994 to 1999, would have

    celebrated his 96th birthday to-

    morrow.

    July 18, has been celebrated

    as Madiba Day for some years

    now, when people from around

    the world are asked to take 67

    minutes of their time to do

    something for the greater good

    of society.

    The Nelson Mandela Muse-

    um in Qunu, marked the birth

    of Nelson Mandela by lighting

    a torch symbolising his stature

    at his Humble Beginnings in

    Qunu last week.

    According to Qunu Museum

    Chaiperson, Nozuko Yokwana,

    the flame symbolises a pledge

    by the Nelson Mandela Muse-

    um Council, management and

    staff to honour and continue to

    preserve the legacy of the inter-

    nationally renowned states-

    man, the son of the soil, and fa-

    ther of democracy, Nelson Mandela.

    Yokwana said the lighting ceremony also marked

    the launch of the Nelson Mandela month (July) and

    added that the flame would be kept burning for the

    entire month.

    We call on every South African citizen and those

    abroad to spend 67 minutes of their time to do some-

    thing good and also to encourage the next generation

    to take leadership forward and to be patriotic, said

    Yokwana.

    The programmes here will revolve around the

    three special women in Nelson Mandelas life, name-

    ly the first wife of Nelson Mandela, Mama Evelyn

    Mase Mandela, Mama Nomzamo Winnie Mandela

    and Mama Graca Machel.

    Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Nelson Man-

    dela Museum, Noel Solani, said their programme in-

    cluded an outreach which took place on July 11 at

    the Qutubeni and Madladle-

    ni villages in Ngcobo where

    Mama Mase was born.

    In Mbizana, Madikizela

    Mandelas birthplace, the

    Mngomazi pre-school was

    refurbishedandanoutreach

    to Hlabe homestead in

    Mbongweni locality in Mbi-

    zana was done on July 15.

    Owing to limited resourc-

    es, the museum said they

    could not afford to go over to

    Mozambique where Mama

    Machel was born, but said

    their hearts were with her

    family during this month.

    Preservation of historical

    buildings will also be done,

    using traditional earth ma-

    terials at Mqhekezweni,

    where Mandela spent most

    of his younger years. The

    Regent Jongintabas Memo-

    rial will be unveiled at

    Mqhekezweni Great Place

    this month.

    Nelson Mandelas grand-

    son, Ndaba Mandela, said

    the family would also engage in numerous activities

    to honour Tatas day. Our family is very big; so that

    means many initiatives, including a visit to a Chil-

    drensHome in Johannesburg, led bymy cousin Zole-

    ka. On my side, I will be leading an initiative to col-

    lect books in indigenous languages to be handed over

    here at the Qunumuseum to benefit the local youth,

    said Ndaba.

    Madiba passed away on December 5, last year and

    his remains were brought to his home town in the

    former Transkei.

    Madiba:A life to celebrate

    Nelson Mandela Museum Chairperson, Nozuko

    Yokwana and Nelson Mandela's grandson at

    the lighting ceremony.

    PHOTO: AYANDA MILLISA MADIKIZELA

    NelsonMandela1918 2013

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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    RESIDENTS of the Tholeni Village in Butter-

    worth attended and awareness campaign or-

    ganisedby theNationalProsecutingAuthori-

    ty (NPA) and its stakeholders last week at

    Cunningham Church.

    The campaign was about fighting crime

    and to educate men and boys about domestic

    violence. Members of the community came

    out in numbers to support the event and the

    daywasmade successful by officials from the

    government departments who went all out.

    Chief Jongilizwe Luzipho from Tholeni

    said they were happy to receive lessons from

    the different government departments. This

    will make the work easier now because no

    onewill go to the police to reportmatters that

    are not important.Wewere toldwhich things

    to report.

    He said even when they were hosting an

    iMbizo, they would make sure that they re-

    minded people about what they had been told

    during the awareness campaign.

    Luzipho said Traditional Leaders also had

    aduty to educate people about the seriousness

    of committing crime, including domestic vio-

    lence. He urged parents to educate their chil-

    dren and to stop relying on the police and tra-

    ditional leaders. If you dont tell your child

    what is right or wrong, then who will do it

    for you?, he asked.

    One of the community members who at-

    tended, Lungile Madikizela, said they were

    given a lot of information which would help

    them to educate their own communities.

    Spokesperson for the National Prosecuting

    Authority (NPA), Luxolo Tyali, said the

    awareness campaigns were started in 2009

    and they were still continuing with them in

    partnershipwith thepolice, TraditionalLead-

    ers and different government departments.

    Our aim is to raise awareness and to edu-

    cate people about domestic violence and other

    things related to crime.

    NPAhosts campaign in Tholeni

    Khaya Nkontso from Commission of Gender

    Equality speaking to Tholeni residents.

    PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    Chief Jongilizwe Luzipho from Tholeni in

    Butterworth. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    AMARRIED couple was arrested by the Cen-

    tane police on Saturday, July 11 for contra-

    vention of the national credit act, when they

    were found with Identity Documents, Sassa

    cards and bank cards for different people in

    the Maxhama location in Centane. Police

    were acting on information that the couple

    was committing crime with the documents of

    other people. Police Spokesperson, Captain

    Jackson Manatha said police recovered 143

    identity documents, 12 bank cards, 16 Sassa

    cards of different people and an undisclosed

    amount of money from the suspects home.

    Both suspects have been charged with con-

    travention of the national credit act, said

    Manatha.

    Couple found inunlawfulposessionof

    Sassa cardsand IdentityDocuments

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    TWOsecurity guards fromButterworth died after

    inhaling smoke from a homemade heater (im-

    bawula) on Saturday, July 11.

    A third guard was rushed to hospital where he

    is recovering.

    The guards were found by a colleaugue report-

    ing for duty in the guard room at their place of

    work in Butterworth.

    Police Spokesperson, Captain Jackson Man-

    atha said there was a homemade heater (imbawu-

    la) inside the room.

    The guards did not have visible injuries and

    it is suspected that they had inhaled smoke from

    the fire and died. The identities of both guards are

    being withheld until their families had been noti-

    fied. He said no foul play was suspected.

    Guards die of

    smoke inhalation

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    MTHATHA traditional surgeon, Qaqambile

    Siyongwana, has been running an initiation

    school here, since 2009 and, according to him,

    has never had any deaths as a result of initia-

    tion-related procedures.

    Siyongwana describes initiate deaths ow-

    ing to circumcision as completely unneces-

    sary and feels that these deaths could be pre-

    vented.

    At the time of going to print, at least 32 initi-

    ates had died in the Eastern Cape.

    Apart from the fatalities during this years

    winter initiation season, at least 131 initiates

    had been hospitalised, while scores of others

    are being kept at rescue centres throughout

    the province.

    According to Siyongwana, everything de-

    pended on the traditional surgeons respect

    and honour for his work. He said it was also

    extremely important for parents to be in-

    volved throughout the initiation process.

    Parents must take the time to check out

    the place where their children would be cir-

    cumcised. They should never just givemoney

    to a surgeon and then take a back seat, he

    said.

    A number of illegal initiation schools had

    been closed down, while a number of illegal

    traditional surgeons had been arrested in the

    Pondoland region.

    Siyongwana, who had 37 initiates this year,

    said there should be open communication be-

    tween the surgeon and his traditional nurses

    (amakhankatha). According to him, stran-

    gers should not be allowed to visit the initi-

    ates. The only people who should be allowed

    to visit, are relatives who need not spend a

    long time at ebhomeni (initiation school).

    Proper behaviour at initiation schools was

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    should be no smoking or drinking of alcohol.

    The traditional surgeons must closely ob-

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    initiates are able to express themselves, so

    that it would be easy to sense if there was a

    problem which affected any of the initiates.

    He said there should always be an open com-

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    tiates and that surgeons had to teach initiates

    about the passage to manhood.

    He stressed that surgeons should have a

    passion to perform the custom and not do it

    for the money. According to him, traditional

    leaders should allow legal surgeons to open

    initiation schools in their areas.

    During the provincial initiation launch in

    Mthatha Nkosi Ngangomhlaba Matanzima

    stressed his discontent over the traditional

    surgeonswho conducted circumcisionswhile

    drunk. Spokesperson for the Department of

    Traditional Affairs, Mamkeli Ngam, said res-

    cue centres played a cardinal role in the re-

    duction of a number of deaths.

    He said a summit on circumcision in the

    Eastern Cape would be held in September,

    with the aim of reducing the high death rate.

    . Siyongwana entered ubungcibi after two

    boys on his rugby team at Excesior Senior

    Secondary School died during circumcision.

    He then decided to intervene, following in the

    footsteps of his grandfather, Duma Sandav-

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    Initiatedeaths completelyunnecessary

    Qaqambile Siyongwana with initiates in his initiation school in Mthatha. PHOTO:SIM MDLEDLE

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    PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS

    DEAET Reference Number NEAS Reference Number: OR/A/13/003/14 & : ECP/ Waste/0000140/2014

    APPLICATION FOR AN ENVIRONMETAL AUTHORISATION FOR THE PROPOSED

    ESTABLISHMENT OF A NEW TANALITH TIMBER TREAMENT PLANT AT

    THE LANGENI SAWMILL, TSOLO, EASTERN CAPE

    Notice is hereby given of the commencement of the public participation process and

    availability of the Draft Basic Assessment Report for the proposed Establishment of a new

    Tanalith Timber Treatment Plant, in terms of the National Environmental Management Act,

    Act 107 of 1998 (NEMA)Environmental ImpactAssessment (EIA)Regulations of 2010.

    The Langeni Sawmill is located within the Langeni settlement, 46 kmwest of Mthatha town

    centre, and north of the R61 Road. The sawmill falls under the Mhlontlo Local Municipality

    jurisdiction.

    The new proposedTanalith Timber Treatment Plant will be established on the existing Singisi

    Forest Product site within an enclosed building. The new facility will store 86m of a

    dangerous chemical (tanalith wood preservative containing Copper, Chrome and Arsenic)

    (CCA). The treatment plant will be contained within a waterproofed, bunded concrete pit that

    is designed to contain 110%of the total volume of Tanalith heldwithin the tanks and treatment

    vessel.

    EIAActivities: ListingNotice 1: # 13 (GNNo.R. 544).

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    You are hereby also notified of the availability of the

    for a 40-day commenting period from

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    , Langeni settlement.

    The documents will also be available on the following website: .

    Electronic copies of the documents can also be requested from Withers Environmental

    Consultants (see contact details below).

    Any written submissions by I&APs should please include: DEAET Ref. Numbers (see

    above), the I&AP's name, contact details (postal address, fax number and e-mail address),

    and an indication of any direct business, financial, personal or other interest which they may

    have in the application.

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    BABALWA NDLANYA

    THE family of a young man from Mgcwe lo-

    cation in Ngqamakhwe is having sleepless

    nights ever since their son went missing in

    2009.

    He disappeared when he was on his way

    to work at a Construction Company in Jo-

    hannesburg.

    Nolubabalo Tshingila (46) said ever since

    her son, Simphiwe Tshingila, (27) disap-

    peared, she still has hope in her heart that

    shewould find himagain one day. It is hard

    for us to sleep. When the weather is bad we

    always think of his whereabouts, said Tsh-

    ingila.

    She saidher sonwentmissingwhenhe left

    home to live in Kliptown in Soweto with the

    intention of looking for employment. She

    said within a week he found employment at

    a construction company. My son was not

    familiarwith travelling by train towork. On

    the day (July 10, 2009) he went missing, he

    went to work with his friend, as usual.

    She said his friend told her that Simphiwe

    got off at Orlando East Station, whichwas not

    the right station for him to get off. His friend

    said he thought he would manage to go to

    work even though he got off at a wrong sta-

    tion, but that never happened. The friend re-

    ported the matter to me.

    Tshingila said she thenwent to theOrlando

    Police Station to look for her son, since she

    thought maybe he had been arrested, but he

    was not there. She said she even went to mor-

    tuaries and into hospitals to look for him, but

    she couldnt find him anywhere.

    According toher, ever sinceher sons disap-

    pearance, she had developed high blood pres-

    sure. I only put trust in God now because He

    is the only onewho can comewith the answer

    to our prayers.

    Police Spokesperson, Warrant Officer Kay

    Makubela, said he would investigate the mat-

    ter. Since he disappeared in 2009 it may take

    some time to get information from the police,

    but I will find out and let you know, he said.

    Family is looking formissing son

    Simphiwe Tshingila who went missing in 2009. PHOTO: SUPPLIED

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    REPORTER

    PUPILS of the Tholang Senior Secondary

    School in the Maluti area of the former Tran-

    skei, are sitting at newdesks andplayingwith

    new soccer and netball equipment, thanks to

    a donation from Spin n Win in Matatiele.

    The project was identified by the Matatiele

    Municipality, and has the support of the

    Eastern Cape Gambling and Betting Board

    (ECGBB), according toYolandeManuel, a di-

    rector of Spin n Win. Investment in the lo-

    cal community is an important part of the

    conditions of our licence. In Matatiele we

    have the ideal project, because it is support-

    ed by the community, the local authorities

    and the ECGBB, she said. Spin nWinMata-

    tiele donated 186 school desks, 186 chairs, a set

    of soccer goal posts and a set of netball poles

    to the school. As a responsible corporate citi-

    zen we are committed to ploughing back into

    the community whenever possible, said

    Manuel. Manuel also presented netball and

    soccer balls to the captains of the first soccer

    and netball teams at a ceremony attended by

    school principal Christopher Mfunda and vice

    principal Mandiseli Majikijela, as well as

    members of the school governing body.

    Representing Spin n Win Matatiele, were

    operations director Yolande Manuel and gen-

    eral manager of Spin nWinMatatiele, Robert

    Cadle. We have committed to continue sup-

    porting the school, which was selected with

    the help of our staff at Spin nWinMatatiele,

    said Manuel.

    School benefits fromgenerous donation

    Yolande Manual handing over soccer ball to

    the A team captain Motsokotsi Tuto (left) and

    Vice-Captain Linda Olwethu.

    PHOTO:SUPPLIED

    Yolande Manual handing over netball to A Team netball captain Captain

    Koketso Lepeana (left) and Vice-Captain Xolisa Mpisi PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    YANDISA POPPY DLEMBULA

    ASpart ofwalking in the footsteps of the lateNel-

    sonMandela, theAlfredNzoDistrictMunicipali-

    ty called on all residents to unite inmaking a dif-

    ference on Mandela Day (July 18).

    The four local municipalities of the Alfred Nzo

    District Mbizana, Umzimvubu, Ntabankulu

    and Matatiele shares the same goals and objec-

    tives for this day, urging people to spend their

    67 minutes of doing good for others and to ob-

    serve the legacyanddevotionofNelsonMandela.

    The African Continent and the rest of the

    World will celebrate the life of Mandela in a hu-

    manitarian way as he devoted his entire life,

    practising and encouraging peace among South

    Africans.

    Ntabankulu Local Municipal mayor, Vusi

    Mgoduka, Mbizana Local Municipal mayor, Ma-

    khayaTwabuandUmzumvubumayor,Khuluka-

    zi Pangwa, all agreed that Nelson Mandela Day

    plays a pivotal role in the history of this country

    and that the day should be celebrated construc-

    tively.

    Ayabulela Zadunge from Bizana said that she

    is going to help out at one of the elderly centres

    in her village, since she knew that the elderly

    people needed love and support.

    I will be helping with the cleaning and cook-

    ing, just to showmyappreciation for the freedom

    our grandparents fought for, added Zadunge.

    Alfred Nzo District Municipality mayor, Eu-

    nice Diko, concluded by encouraging communi-

    ties, especially young people, to be involved in

    municipal programmes.

    Communitiesasked tomakea

    differenceonMandelaDay

    The logo for the annual International Mandela Day which encourages people to make a difference in their communities on July 18.

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    A YOUNG man from Dalaguba in Libode

    wants to assist youngsters dreaming of be-

    coming actors.

    The Director and the founder of Bavu Dra-

    ma Theatre & Performing Art, Nkosomzi Ba-

    vu (28), started this theatrewith the intention

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    come actors.

    Talking toExpress,Bavuwho is also apre-

    senter at Unitra Community Radio (UCR) in

    Mthatha said he had started this theatre in

    2005. The Theatre caters for all forms of art,

    including acting, dance, musical theatre,

    poetry, story telling and visual art.

    My aim is to find talent among the youth,

    especially at the Walter Sisulu University

    (WSU). My intention is to plough back here,

    because I obtained my degree from WSU,

    said Bavu.

    According to him, students fromWSUwere

    showing interest in participating in his Thea-

    tre. Bavu said they had been going to Bloem-

    fontein to participate in the TshintshaMa Af-

    rika Programme since 2012. They had also

    performedat festivals inCapeTown,Graham-

    stown, East London and Stutterheim.

    They want to see the theatre being recog-

    nized internationally and were visited by the

    Management of the South African Cultural

    Leadership (SACL) from the University of

    Newcastle in theUnitedKingdom. TheSACL

    had invited us to participate in plays and

    forms of art around the world.

    He said ThapeloMadolo ofMadolo Security

    Services and Sibusile Fiki, who specialises in

    music, have offered incredible support for his

    endeavours.

    Bavu said they wanted to perform at local

    government events,where theywouldalso ed-

    ucate the youth about drug and alcohol abuse,

    teen pregnancy and circumcision in the form

    of a stage play to pass their message on.

    They want to reach the youth in the rural

    areas, since he believed there were lots of tal-

    ented youngsters without a platform. For

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    tre & Perfoming Art on Facebook.

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    Radio presenter Nkosomzi Bavu shares his

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    ncede ngayo naye uMasipala uza kuthi

    afake isandla.

    Ukanti uthembise ukuba uza kuthi uphe-

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    kunye nakuGatyana kodwa okwa ngoku

    abantu abatsha abano mdla bangathi band-

    wendwele igatya labo eliseDutywa.

    Ukanti uNkszAkhonaSangquongomnye

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    Siye satsho sakwazi nokuba kufanele

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    kaloku besi kade singe nabo abantu boku

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    ngulowo akwazi ukufumana ukuncedisana

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    I-Arhente ikwiphulo lokunceda abantu abatsha

    BABALWA NDLANYA

    OWASETYHINIwakwilali yaseGubevueMt-

    hatha uthi imphatha kakubi into yokuba

    umazisi wakhe awufumane ubhalwe ukuba

    uyi ndoda, kwaye ngoku kufanele angene

    epokothweni ukuze ukwazi uku lungiswa.

    UNkszAyandaNongena (21) uthi lomazisi

    uwufumene kulo nyaka uphelileyo kanti

    zange awuhoyengelixa eyowu thathaukujo-

    nga ukuba ubhalwe kakuhle kusini na.

    Ndothuke xa ndiyo kwenzela umntwana

    wam incwadi yokuzalwa xa ndixelelwa uku-

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    zamile ukuya kwi-Ofisi yesebe lezaseKhaya

    eKapa kuba bendise Kapa ngelo xesha.

    Ndanga kwazi ukuncedakala, kubeka

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    Uthi kwathiwa maka khuphe imali eyi-

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    kwaGqirha noza kuthi aqinisekise ukuba

    ngokwenene ungowase tyhini, aphinde abe

    nemali eyi-R150 yokwenza incwadi yoku zal-

    wa.

    Kodwa kwamohlula oko kuba akasebenzi

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    benzayo. Kwaye nomama wakhe ebe neth-

    emba lokuba angathi amncede ngalo mali

    uye wasweleka emshiya enyanyeni.

    Eyona nto ibihlungu andikwazi ukwen-

    zela umntwana incwadi yokuzalwa ukuze

    akwazi ukufumana isibonelelo sika rhulu-

    mente, kwaye nam ubomi bumile kuba

    andikwazi kufuna umsebenzi ngenxa yoku

    ngabi naye umazisi.

    Osisithethi seSebe leza seKhaya kwiphon-

    do leMpuma Koloni, uMnu Gcinile Mabulu

    uthe akaboni mfuneko yokuba kuthiwa uS-

    angqu makaye kwaGqirha kuba uvele uy-

    abonakala ukuba ngumntu wasetyhini qha

    kufanele alu ngiselwe ingxaki yakhe. Ndi-

    cela undithumelele inkcukacha zakhe ndiza

    kunxibelelana ne-Ofisi yaseMthatha ikwazi

    ingxaki yakhe uku landeleleka.

    Usengxakini

    owasetyhini

    onomazisi othi

    uyindoda

    U-Ayanda Nongena uthi umazisi wakhe

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    Uyazi sometimes, sikhe sizibuze thina uku-

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    ayenzayo into? Besibukele esinye isichomani

    apha ekucaca ukuba siyafika kule field yobu-

    BEE. BekuseMbuqe butchery and kucaca

    ukuba uyokosa nezkim zakhe.

    Urheme uphethe ilaptop, siyavuma eben-

    gayichofa ngelixa kusosiweyo xa kukhona in-

    to e-urgent ngolohlobo because even nathi xa

    kukhona igossip ekhawulezileyo siyayenza lo

    nto.

    Mara, le yokuthi inyama seyisetafileni

    umana uthatha i-piece uphinde uye kucofa il-

    aptop, hayi ayikho grand futhi ikwenza im-

    patha de kufike nezinto sizitshoyo ukuba sisi-

    chomani. Besekungekho na ukulinda ugqibe

    ukutya then uqhubeke nomsebenzi?

    Mfethu ngokwemithetho yee-computers

    akuvumelekanga ukuba uthi usitya ube

    ucofana nayo kuba ayifuni kuchithelwa

    kukutya, its worse ke eyamafutha. Asazi ke

    perhaps ebese under pressure in somuch that

    ibizakumlibazisa kwale nto yokuba akhe

    aqale ngokutya inyama. Naxa sehamba,

    uhamba egila abantu kuba ujonge kule nto

    kanti engalindi nje de ayofika kwisithuthini

    sakhe. Hayi kunzima kulo umhlaba.

    Accept the wrongness

    Shame, people on this land are not honest

    instead of accepting the wrongdoings that

    they committedbut theyalwaysput theblame

    on others.

    We were at So What Lounge last weekend.

    In a table next to us there were three guys en-

    joying their drinks.

    There was one who was vocal and we know

    him whilst he was still working but now is

    out of job.

    Hey,muntu, hewas claiming that he left his

    job because there was no money whereas his

    qualifications dont deserve the money he

    was earning.

    Akazi ukuthi we know ukuthi he was dis-

    missed because of corruption and fraud. Nge-

    sintu esiphusile weba imali ye-company but

    now is claiming he was earning little.

    And we know him very well ukuthi he had

    no tertiary level education despitematric cer-

    tificate naso asifumene ngoku asebenza kwa-

    Lyacaphukisa

    SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE

    THEnewly electedMEC for Sport, Recrea-

    tion, Arts and Culture in the Eastern

    Cape, Pemmy Majodina, has brought

    smiles to the faces of emerging artists of

    the EasternCape during her policy speech

    last Friday.

    Majodina revealed that, through vari-

    ous Departmental partnerships, 450

    emerging artists would be trained in vari-

    ous genres of arts, music, dance, film and

    video skills.

    She said during July, nine groups that

    were recorded at the Eastern Cape Audio

    Visual Centre, would be marketed

    throughout the country.

    We will further record eight new art-

    ists with special focus on indigenous mu-

    sic and jazz.

    An amount of R2.5 million has been set

    aside for music development. We strongly

    urge you to support our artists by saying

    Eastern Cape artists rejoice over

    Majodinas announcement to

    boost emerging artists in the

    region

    ba bantu athi bebengamammkelisi.

    Tell him gossip team ayeke uku-mislead-

    erabantu ngathi umsulwa.

    In life you need to be honest ungahambi u-

    spread amanga kanti uyazazi ukuba wenza

    ntoni. Uvile moss.

    Mhlawumbe ebeyobathandazela

    Uyazi sime nomnqa late last Friday xa sibo-

    na iBenz kamfundisi esimaziyo imi kulamat-

    hunzi obumnyama ahlala ethetha ngawo eca-

    weni.

    Sitsho ke kwezindawo where the ladies of

    the night operate.

    And sibonile ukuba luqobo lwakhe uMrev

    and ebengeke asibone kuba besingahambi

    ngeTuru-turu le ayaziyo.

    Kuba si- curious, sada samisa ngathi nathi

    sifuna ukuthenga, kanti sifuna ukubona uku-

    ba kwenzeka ntoni kumfundisi wethu.

    Singamshiyi kanti usengxakini. Ume wa-

    ma de sabona imoto iduma yalayita kwaphu-

    ma bona laba-skirt-zifutshane waba sehamba

    umfundisi. Okay, masike sithi mhlawumbi

    ngumrhamente wakhe ebeyomthandazela

    ukuba ajike kwezindlela zobumnyama.

    Asazi kemfundisi nokuba sizifunza ecaleni

    xa sisithi siyakwethemba ngangendlela osih-

    laba ngayo umxhwele xa ushumayela so siya-

    kholelwa ukuba ngeke uyenze into yokuba

    kanti ubuyothenga phaya.

    Ukuba ke kunjalo isazela sesodla wena ku-

    ba yena ophezulu ukujongile ukuba kanti

    umana usiqhata xa usithi masikhonze inkosi

    ngokugqibeleleyo singalukuhlwa zizihendo

    zomhlaba. Ungayikhombi indlela uphinde

    ujike kuba uzakudidisa thina. Hayi kodwa

    umfundisi ngeke ayenze lo nto and nje ngen-

    dodana kaBawo wethu osemazulwini and

    sekhulile. Asazi ke.

    Asiyeke umfundisi sithathe iintsiba zethu

    siyokubhala more mossip.

    Bye!!

    no to piracy, stressed Majodina.

    She also disclosed that an amount of

    R26million had been set aside to promote

    social cohesion.

    We shall involve stakeholders fromdi-

    verse socio-political and linguistic back-

    grounds in all the festivals and commem-

    oration of national days.

    These events and festivals serve as

    platforms for our artists to showcase

    their talent and diverse expertise, which

    include: National Art Festival (NAF) in

    Cacadu District Municipality, Isingqi

    Sethu Wild Coast Festival in OR Tambo

    District Municipality, and Shukuma

    Dance and Drama Festival in Nelson

    Mandela Bay.

    She said the department would be host-

    ing choral music competitions, starting

    with build-ups in the eight districts, cul-

    minating in a Provincial OR Tambo Cho-

    ral Music Festival.

    Thewinning choirswould be rewarded

    with prize money.

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    SIMBONGILE MDLEDLE

    THEVicePresident of theSouthAfricanFoot-

    ball Association (Safa), Elvis Shishane, has

    announced during a recent visit to Libode

    that Safawould be giving theMthatha Stadi-

    um a financial injection to make it a fully

    functional facility.

    The Mthatha Stadium was built in 2010, as

    one of the base centres for some squads that

    were camping in the Eastern Cape to partici-

    pate in the 2010World Cup, but unfortunately

    no club had used the stadium. Even after the

    world cup, the stadiumhad not been used, un-

    til Blackburn Rovers entered into negotia-

    tions with the KSDmunicipality to host some

    of its home games here.

    The Rovers played a few of their games in

    the stadium, before the club was bought by

    a businessman from KwaZulu-Natal (KZN)

    last season. Since the club was now hosting

    its homegames inKZN, theMthathaStadium

    has once again become a white elephant.

    There is noway that such a beautiful facil-

    ity could be a white elephant while there is

    an abundance of talent in the region, as well

    as thousands of soccer-hungry supporters.

    I put my neck on the block that Safa will

    contribute to ensure that the stadium is use-

    ful, said Shishane.

    He stressed that hewould address the issue

    with Safas executive committee and would

    emphasise that the stadium should be used

    to benefit the people of the OR Tambo region

    as per the initiatives launched prior to the

    2010 soccer world cup.

    Safas President in the OR Tambo region,

    Xolile Nkompela, revealed that he had a vi-

    sion for the stadium. He said it was his mis-

    sion to host big clubs in the near future and

    young squads from the South Africa Football

    Association.

    Safapledges funds

    for theMthatha

    Stadium

    Safa Vice President Elvis Shishane committed

    himself to assisting to make sure that Mthatha

    stadium is being used. PHOTO:SIM MDLEDLE

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