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OLICE have confirmed that the
body of awomanwhowas allegedly
kidnapped inDrayini location, had
been found by a member of the
communit, on the banks of Nqa-
barha River, near the location in Dutywa on
Lutho Qudalele (19) went missing on Au-
gust 9, while she was sent to fetch sugar from
the crche run by her mother.
It is alleged that on the day of her disappear-
ance, Lutho told some boys that shewas going
to fetch sugar from the crche.
The boys said they had seen a man who
lives nearby, inside the crche. According to
the boys, the man couldnt explain why he
Instead he told us not tell anyone that he
was at the crche. He also failed to tell us how
he got the keys to the crche, said one of the
Express learnt from a reliable source that
the house of the man who was suspected of
kidnapping Qudalele, was burnt down by
This happened after a bra belonging to the
victim was allegedly found next to the sus-
Police SpokespersonCaptain JacksonMan-
atha confirmed that the body of Lutho Qu-
dalele was found with multiple stab wounds
to the upper body.
The police had initially opened a case of
kidnapping. Murder has now been added to
the case, said Manatha.
Luthos boyfriend, Sithembiso Dlela, said
he was shocked when he heard about the al-
leged kidnapping of his girlfriend, but since
he is a Christian he believed that God was
present when the incident happened.
I was there, giving support from the day
I heard that my sweetheart was missing, not
only for the family but also for myself be-
cause she was my supporter and advisor,
The Mayor of the Mbhashe Local Munici-
pality, NoncebaMfecane, said themunicipal-
ity visited the Qudalele family after she had
This is very painful and we dont know
what is happening in Mbhashe, because this
is not the first incident. I think this is the
fourth incident happening in our area, said
She said they know that one day God will
answer their prayers and they suspect that
alcohol and drugs is the main cause of these
Anyone with information should contact
10111/047 489 1333 or sms Crime Line 32211.
Missinggirls body found
Lutho Qudaleles photo sourced from facebook.
Her body was found on the banks of the
Nqabarha River. PHOTO: FACEBOOK
Community educated about seriousness of witchcraft killings
Police officials have
hosted an imbizo against
gender based violence
with the aim of educating
people in Lusikisiki about
the seriousness of killing
people suspected of
witchcraft. Many cases
have occured in the past
where elderly women
from Lusikisiki, accused of
practising witchcraft, were
killled. The police band
during the Imbizo. Read
story on page 2.
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THIS year theMthatha Heritage Festival will
take place in various venues inMthatha from
September 19 to 21, with the main event, The
Jazz Festival, on Saturday, September 20 at
the Mthatha Country Club from 2pm.
The festival is an annual event that has the
vision of creating a lot of fun, platforms of eco-
nomic growth and networks for the Former
Transkei to celebrate national Heritage
Month and as a tool to showcase its local tal-
ent in style as well as its diverse cultures and
traditions, said festival director, Tando
Sapepa Nogaga. This festival is very good
for the advancement of Mthathas profile as
a tourist destination and the central town of
the former Transkei, said Nogaga.
As South Africa is celebrating 20 years of
democracy, the organisers said this year the
festival is going to celebrate 20 years of de-
mocracy authentically and in style.
With something for everyone in this years
programme, the line-up of the Jazz festival
consists of big internationally recognized
stars like, Caiphus Semenya, Ringo Madlin-
gozi, Sfiso Ncwane, Ntando, Ifani, and Mt-
hathas very own Snoux Poswa, Bushy Duba-
zana, DJ PK, Anger, Master Jam, DJ Martin
and many more. Included as part of the festi-
val is the launch of theMthatha Heritage Cup
soccer tournament with a knockout battle be-
tween the four Vodacom Provincial league
teams, namelyMthatha BushBucks, Thembu
Royals, Mthatha City and Zimbane Killers.
The tournament will take place on Septem-
ber 20, together with a Heritage Golf Tourna-
ment and Aerobics Marathon which could be
viewed at the Mthatha Country Club.
The 21kmMarathon, which is dedicated to
Zithulele Sinqe, a long time record holder
from Mthatha, will start at the Maqhinebeni
Location and end at the Mthatha Country
Club on September 20. To register for the
21km Marathon, the 10km fun run and the
5km fun walk, contact Siza Nyangeni from
the Cheaters Club at 0614125677.
Nogaga said the KSD has now officially in-
tegrated the Mthatha Heritage Festival into
its annual KSDMonth programme for Sep-
tember and the OR Tambo District Munici-
pality has adopted this Festival as part of
their Tourism Month programme.
This is a unique example of partnership
between Local Government, the private sec-
tor and the community. Most companies, de-
partments and organizations that have spon-
sored the festival in the past, are still on
board. This should serve asmotivation for the
Mthatha businesses that havent yet joined
this innovative initiative, said Nogaga.
Tickets are available at Computicket and
at Deleulz International at the Southern-
wood shoppingmall at R200 each andR500 for
a VIP ticket. Festival goers are encouraged
to bring their cooler boxes and camp chairs.
The programme will start on Friday, Sep-
tember 19 at 10am with a Cultural Parade
Hall, an Opening Ceremony at Mthatha City
Town Hall at noon, a Cultural Festival at Mt-
hatha City Hall at 6pm. There will also be a
Pre-party at What Lounge from 10pm.
TheFestivalwill endonSunday, September
21 with a picnic at Nongoloza Car Wash from
MthathaHeritageFestival is back
A MAN (54) from the Tshoveni location
in Butterworth briefly appeared in the
ButterworthMagistrates Court for alleg-
edly raping his 17 year-old daughter and
His name cannot be mentioned to pro-
tect the identity of the victim. The suspect
was arrested at his home on August 15.
He was not asked to plead and his case
was postponed for further investigation.
He remains in custody.
Police spokesperson, Captain Jackson
Manatha, said the accused was charged
for raping his daughter betweenMay and
The victims cousin noticed that she
was pregnant. The victim never reported
the alleged rape. Apparently the victim
was stayingwith the accused , saidMan-
According to Manatha it is not clear
why the victim did not report the rape to
family members or to anyone who could
She only spoke out about the rape after
her cousin had noticed that she was preg-
Manaccused of raping his
daughter remains in custody
POLICE officials hosted an imbizo against
gender based violence in Lusikisiki last week
with the aim of educating people about the se-
riousness of killing people suspected ofwitch-
For the past few years residents had been
faced with various cases in different wards of
Lusikisiki where elderly women had been ac-
cused of practising witchcraft and killed.
Most of the time it had been olderwomenwho
were the victims of these acts.
Police Spokesperson, Captain Jackson
Manatha, said this was done as part of Wom-
They regard the Lusikisiki area as one
where there was a great need for awareness
as it was one of the areas where there was a
high rate of women who were murdered after
being accused of practising witchcraft.
Among the incidents which occurred in
neighbouring Ntabankulu in April, a
woman who had visited her husbands
grave to do cultural rituals, was burnt to
death, together with others who had ac-
companied her, including a nyanga, said
InMay a 63 year old womanwas kidnapped
and killed. Four people were arrested in con-
nection with this incident. Another woman
waskilled inQongwana location atLusikisiki
According to Manatha, community mem-
bers from these areas of Lusikisiki had asked
for the assistance of the police to form com-
munity policing forums, since they no longer
Manatha said at themoment therewere not
many incidents of this nature in the Butter-
A resident from the Lusikisiki area, Lukh-
anyo Mthongana, said they wished govern-
ment would create job opportunities so that
the youth could have something constructive
to do, to prevent them from getting involved
in criminal activities.
To sit in the taverns drinking alcohol and
smoking drugs lead us to do wrong things, so
we urge government to work hand in hand
with us, said Mthongana.
Community members and nurses attended an Imbizo hosted by Police Officials at Luqhoqhweni.
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KULINDELEKE ukuba iSebe lezoLimo eli-
sakwaziwa ngokuba yiDepartment of Rural
Development and Agrarian Reform (DRDAR)
lizakubamba ukhuphiswano lwamafama an-
ga phantsi koMasipala waseMbhashe kwiba-
la lezemidlalo eMqhele eXhora, nalapho aza
kuba ebonisa ngezinto zawo azilimileyo, ku-
quka nemfuyo. Olu khuphiswano lulindeleke
ukuba lubanjwe ngoSeptema 17. Ukanti lo
mcimbi awujongisanga nje kubalimi na-
bafuyi kuphela, kodwa nabo abapheka uku-
tya kwesintu kunye nabathungayo baza ku-
UMnu Malungisa Kebeni oyi-Acting Con-
troller kwigatya eliseXhora uthe phakathi
kwemiboniso eza kwenziwa kuza kubakho
neyabantu abapheka ukutya kwesintu. Sil-
indele ukuba kubekho nabantu ababhakayo
kunye nabo bahlohla iintsimbi nabathun-
gayo. Ukanti asizi kubashiya ngaphandle
abantu abafuyileyo nabalimayo, kubeka
uKebeni. Woleke ngelithi, injongo yoku
kukuba abalimi bakhuthazeke futhi bazi uku-
ba banga kwazi ukuzivulela amathuba emise-
benzi. Uthe baze bayibethelele ezingqondwe-
ni zabo into yokokuba bakhuphe izinto ezik-
wizinga eliphezulu, ukuba bafuna ukuba
balime into enomtsalane ngalo lonke ixesha.
Le yinxalenye yokukhuthaza amafama
ngakwicandela lezolimo nokuvelisa imveliso
ekwizinga eliphezulu. Lo kaKebeni uveze
ukuba bawalindele amafama ukuba aphume
ngobuninzi bawo ukuza kulo mcimbi.
Ngaphandle koku, neziphathi-mandla zeli
Sebe, kuquka namasebe abangqongileyo,
uthe nabo kulindeleke ukuba babe yinx-
alenye yalo msitho.
OWASETYHINI ohlala kwindawo
yaseMvezo eMthatha uthi kubalulekile
ukuba abantu basetyhini banga-
yikhethi imisebenzi kuba besithi yeya-
bantu abangoo tata. Kodwa bazixelele
ukuba nabo bangayenza.
UNksz Xoliswa Jubeju (35) unguma-
khi ophume izandla kwaye akaceli mn-
tu xa efuna ukukhwela abeke isitena,
thanda umsebenzi wokwakha ngonya-
ka ka-2008. Phakathi kwendawo esele
ndizokhile ndingabala esi sikolo saseM-
vezo Junior Secondary School apha
eMthatha nendi maxhaphetshu kun-
goku nje ndisokha sona.
Uthe akasebenzi yedwa koko useben-
za nabantu aba ngootata kulo msebenzi
naba mhlonipha kakhulu ngenxa
yokuzimisela kwakhe. Uthi uyanqwe-
na ukuba abantu basetyhini bayeke
ukusonga izandla ngelithi umsebenzi
awukho kuba kungoku nje yena uyak-
wazi ukondla abantwana bakhe ababi-
ni ngemali ayifumana ngokokha.
Ukwathe kubalulekile ukuba umntu
xa efuna into azimisele kuba naye waz-
imisela yilo nto engu makhi ophume
Ayikho into omama abangeke bak-
wazi ukuyenza kwaye nokuba umzim-
ba wakho mngakanani lo nto ayithi
yeka uku leqa lo nto uyifunayo. Ngok-
we siqu ndisisidudla kodwa ndiya kwa-
zi ukukhwela ndiyo fika phezulu xa nd-
Ulebele ngelithi abantu basetyhini
maba khuthazeke kuku bona imiseben-
zi eyenziwa ngabanye abantu, nabo bal-
Owasetyhini uthi ukwakha
UNksz Xoliswa Jubeju uthi yinto yakhe
IFOTO: BABALWA NDLANYA
THE Department of Sports, Recreation, Arts
and Culture, in partnership with the Provin-
cial Gender Machinery under stewardship of
the Eastern Cape Multiparty Womens Cau-
cus, will be hosting aWomens Day commem-
oration at Cala Indoor Centre on August 29.
Inaugurated in 1994, along with a free, dem-
ocratic South Africa, Womens Month com-
memorates the 1956 protest led by Lilian
Ngoyi, Helen Joseph, Albertina Sisulu and
Sophia Williams-De Bruyn.
To rise up against the legislation that re-
quired black South Africans to carry the
pass (special identification documents
which infringed on their freedom of move-
ment during the Apartheid era), approxi-
mately 20 000 women from all over the coun-
try took to the streets of Pretoria many car-
rying the children of their white bosses on
their backs to stage a peaceful march to the
After dropping off bundles of petitions, con-
tainingmore than 100 000 signatures at Prime
Minister JG Strijdoms offices, they stood in
silence for thirty minutes. A song was com-
posed in honour of this momentous occa-
sion, Wathint Abafazi Wathint imboko-
do! (Now you have touched the women, you
have struck a rock).
An inspiring display of political strength,
female solidarity and inner fortitude, the
march on August 9, 1956 is both a reminder
of the great womenwho helpedmould South
Africa and the trailblazing women who con-
tinue to lead the country forward.
The Manager of Communications in the
Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and
Culture, Manzandonga Vabaza, said they
will be celebrating Womens Month.
We will then visit the projects that are in
Sakhisizwe.Acentral element of both thena-
tional and provincial Strategic Priorities,
are to bring women, including those with
disabilities, to the centre of the economy and
society through various socio-economic de-
velopment projects and other initiatives,
In line with the national call for all prov-
inces to honour and attend the National
Womens Day Commemoration on August 9,
the Provincial Gender Machinery recom-
mended that the province host its Womens
Day celebrations on August 29.
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 possible. Send info to the Ombudsman of
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August 28, 2014
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WOMEN from various Community Based Or-
ganizations in Mbhashe launched a Civil So-
cietyActionGroup (CSAG)with the intention
of speaking with one voice about their chal-
lenges and to interactwith theMbhasheLocal
Nontando Ngamla, the Executive Director
of Afesis Corplan, an organisation which
works together with NGOs to speak in one
voice, said they were invited to come and lis-
ten to the challenges facing these organiza-
One of the requests they made was that
they needed to be trained in Home Based
Care. In fact, theywant to getmoreknowledge
overall. They also wanted training from the
Department of Agriculture which would as-
sist them with farming, said Ngamla.
Fikiswa Luyaba from the Nqabarha Com-
munity Based Organisation said NGOs in
Mbhashe were facing a lot of challenges.
Despite this they were doing their level
best to show support to communitymembers
who are also faced with challenges.
It is very important to support the NGOs
with training. The Department of Health
must accommodate the Care Givers so that
they can get more information so that it can
be easy for us to knowhow to handle a person
who is sick, said Luyaba.
Luyaba challenged the Department of
Home Affairs to play a leading role in assist-
ing community members who found them-
selves being married to people whom they
have never met.
Dali Manci from the Special Programmes
Unit (CPU) in theMbhashe LocalMunicipali-
ty, said theywerehappy to find that therewas
a group that is already organized which is al-
so interested in helping the community.
As theMunicipality we will support them
because it is our duty to do so. We will make
sure that we assist them when they need as-
sistance from us and we will help them with
fulfilling their visions, said Manci.
Civil SocietyActionGroup launched
Community members listening to the Executive
Director of Afesis Corplan, Nontando Ngamla,
delivering her speech during the launch. PHOTO:
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A Libode mother of two is struggling to make
ends meet owing to a delay in her child main-
tenance being paid due to court delays.
NomaNobanda from theMtyu location said
the money is sometimes delayed for up to two
months. I started getting child maintenance
from Libode in 2004 and things were fine
when we used to collect it from the court.
She said things started to go wrong when
the system was changed and their monies de-
posited into their bank accounts.
Since June this year, I have not been paid,
while the employer of my ex-spouse con-
firmed that the money gets deducted from his
salary every month, she said.
Nobanda added that she had been going to
court to find outwhatwas happening and she
had been told that the network was down.
Noma Nobanda, one of the mothers who are
struggling to get their child maintenance
payout from the Libode court. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
She said her two kids are now suffering and
that shewas unable to buy groceries for them,
because she was unemployed.
Other mothers also struggled greatly to get
their maintenance payments.
The Department of Justice and Correction-
al Services spokesperson, Mthunzi Mhaga,
confirmed the payment delays at Libode
Yes it is true. There was a network prob-
lem at Libode which had resulted in mainte-
nance payout delays, however, the problem
has been resolved and the department is cur-
rently making July payments, he said.
PROVINCIAL Commissioner, Lieutenant
General Celiwe Binta, has lambasted those
who continue with the merciless killings of
police officials in the Eastern Cape.
Bintas utterances followed themurders of
two SAPS officials who were killed in sepa-
rate incidents in the former Transkei area
Any person who attacks or kills a police
official will face the full might of the law. An
attack on or murder of a police official is a
threat to our constitutional democracy and
it robs the community of its protectors. This
should not be taken lightly, she said. Con-
stable Peter Mandla Dlakavu (37), stationed
at theMthatha StockTheft Unit, was off duty
when his body was found at his rented flat
in Ntlekiseni Location, Zimbane Adminis-
trative Area outside Mthatha on August 17
with signs of strangulation.Acase ofmurder
is being investigated.
In a separate incident, Constable Mkhuze-
ni Bashe (29), stationed at MthathaMounted
Unit, was off duty when he was shot and
killed on August 18.
It is alleged that Constable Bashe was ac-
companied by his wife while driving his pri-
vate vehicle fromMthatha to his home inEz-
ibeleni when their vehicle was attacked by
an unknown number of assailants.
He managed to assist his wife to hide in
the bushes after abandoning the vehicle. He
ran for cover when his assailants caught up
with him and shot him three times in the up-
per body and legs and his firearm was taken
by the attackers.
Police were alerted and managed to arrest
a man (31) and recovered the state firearm.
The suspect will appear in the Ngcobo Mag-
istrates Court on charges of Murder and the
illegal possession of a firearm and ammuni-
Binta extended her deepest condolences to
the families, friends and colleagues of Dlaka-
vu and Bashe.
Anyone with information which can lead
tomore arrests should contact Investigating
Officer, Warrant Officer Mzimasi Gomana
on 071 475 1862. Information can also be
shared through SAPS Crime Stop 08600 10
111 or Crime Line 32211.
A man (25) from Mt Frere is still asking him-
self how he had escaped death after a merci-
less attack by a group of men in the early
hours of last Saturday.
KennyMvukelawas attacked togetherwith
his four friends. His cousin lost his life, while
the other threemanaged to escapewithminor
Kenny said it all started when a group of
men attacked themwith bushknives and pan-
gas without saying a word.
He thinks that the men thought they were
members of a gang in Mt Frere, even though
they had nothing to do with any gangsters.
Apparently there is tension between the
gangsters fromMtFrere townand those of the
Lubhacweni location, so I think they thought
we were their enemy, said Mvukela.
He thanked God and said, I dont know
how I escaped death. I was seeing my grave
in front of me when these guys were wielding
weapons over me while I was on the ground.
I said a small prayer asking forGod to save
me, while they were beating me all over my
body and face. My friends and my cousin ran
in the other direction and these chaps went
I opened my eyes and asked God to give
me power to wake up, even though they were
not stopping to hit me with these swords and
others stabbing me with knives. Fortunately
God heard my prayer because I was able to
wake up and run away while bleeding, said
Mvukela. What rubbed more salt in Mvuke-
las wounds was that he ran to the police sta-
tion, but the police officials on duty allegedly
failed to help him and instead chased him out
of the police station. As a result he only man-
aged to open a case after he had been dis-
charged from hospital.
Police in Mt Frere refused to comment on
the matter of Mvukela being chased away,
but said that five suspects were arrested re-
garding the case and that they would appear
in the Mt Frere Magistrates court today.
Mvukelas cousin Xolani Bangaza was bur-
ied last Saturday at his home in Mt Frere.
Kenny Mvukela in his hospital bed with
injuries to his face visible. PHOTO: SIM MDLEDLE
August 28, 2014
AS you know guys ukuba sazi izinto ezininzi
on the Express land. Whatever you do you
need to be careful especially if you practice
that action under the influence of something
and it is at night.
We were at Mabaleng tavern last weekend
inLusiki for anoutingwith our friends.Uyazi
ke kwezi ndawo kuya-spinzwa kunxilwe
Then, one of our buddy kucace ukuba uye
wancwasa wangade awine mara ingane yahl-
ala naye phaya, then xa kuzosa bohlukana za-
ya ngezindlu zazo. Umfethu ebenge-busy ke
nomntwana ekissa ngathi wenzela abantu.
So, xa sesihamba uyasitsakela ukuba ebeh-
leli nomntwana o-vat kwatsho uJoe Nina
and he is going to show us this girl. Nathi we
had an interest because simazi engena-choice
eMacherin.Afterhaving ourbreakfast at Sips
B&Bwe drove to town siyobona iloja lalo mji-
ta ebesichomela ngalo.
Sodibana phi ke? NgaseKFC. We drove our
Turu-turu 2 to the place and we parked in
front of KFC.
There was a very ugly stout lady who was
standing right in front of the KFC. Jokingly,
uGesh uthi nakuya umntu wakho athi lo mji-
ta no akunguye lowa.
Okay, he phoned the lady but the person
whopickedup the phonewas the onewhowas
standing in front of KFC.
Umfethu wayi-dropper esithi perhaps it
was a coincidence.He redialled, the same lady
picked up the phone.
Wancama wathi masihambe akanokwazi
ukuvela kumntu ombi kangaka.
Sezisola nangaloo mi-kisso ayenze kulo si-
si. Shame, uqhathwe zii-disco lights notywala
bamenza usisi wakho wamhle. Ngoku utywa-
la buphelile kumanxa abonayo ukuba usisi lo
ungxolisiwe. Shame, basop iziphuzo nee-
Uyazi izinto zininzi phandlapha, uye uthi
xa ungasamboni umntu ucinge ukuba
akasekho kulo umagadahlabayo kuba
Kukhona i-lady elimhlophe elalidla ngoku-
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jikile apha ebusweni livuthiwe kuba usisi
wayesiya ngamandla ebhekileni. Sabona ke
sele singasamboni saqondaukuba lamthatha.
Hayi, kanti akunjalo. Recently, simbone
phaya eKhwezi township kwistrato ekuthiwa
yiSolenye ebeleke umntwana umncinane.
Kuyacaca ukuba usisi kulamirhabulo wakhe
Hayi shame, usaphila kona kuyacaca uku-
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ebusweni yaye usisakho umhlophe ebuswe-
ni. Hoping that wa-stopper ke kuba esakhuli-
sa usana. Khazi sehlala phi?
Please sisi wam ungaseli kuba sibonile
nomntwana lo usempilweni ungathi ke xa
ethe wasinda phaya kuwe ngaphaka ngenxa
yendlela ubusela ngayo uzakumgqibezela
sengaphandle. Uvile moss.
Dont play big because there are signs
which show that you are not a big shot
Bafethu, there is an outie of mine who al-
ways play big, iqhathamnaGesh endingaziyo
ukuba ndayiphiwa ngubani.
Da marn is in Jozi and he always claims
that he stays in Sandton.
Ngokokwazi kwam ke daai pleg iSandton
kuhlala the big guys who are monied.
Okay, I dont have any problem with his
Sandton because Im fine in Ngolo where I
stay right now.
Mara there is something which exposes the
guy that he does not stay in Sandton and he
is not a big shot.
Last week we met another buddy of mine
who knows iJozi very well.
I was listening attentively when the new
friend asked him about some plegs of enter-
tainment in Sandton.
Mara umfethu he did not gave proper an-
swers instead he defended that he was not
used to go out from his room after work.
Owomntu ke uhlala ekhalaza ngokunga-
bikho ma-night clubs eTkei, esithi uqhele
He does not even know the street where he
dwells.Ngumhlolake lowo. Secondly, xa efika
apha unkala the cheapest staff and it would
be only that week of his arrival after that ub-
He is so lucky because ooGesh they drink
Even when the
time to return to Jo-
zi he would come
and borrow R300 if
not R500. Mind, ke
every time when
his around his
bank cards always
doesnt allow him
to withdraw mon-
le ngqondo yakho
him to takeus tohis
place in Sandton as
he know ours.
team azipheli, so
wait for the next
edition where you
will get the hot gos-
sip ever. Mojaa.
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A YOUNGman from Kokstad, who is now
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preach the word of God by singing Gospel.
Through his music he aims to reach
young people who are addicted to drugs
and heal the souls of the elderly who have
Talking to Express, Luthando Nyameni
saidhe started singinggospelwhilehewas
still young, since his parents raised him
with the word of God.
He recorded his first album in 2012 titled
I love you father God.
My second album will be out next
month and it is titledUngu Alpha no-Ome-
ga, said Nyameni.
According to him his new CD consists
of 12 songs and one of them is wangifel
uJesu, whichwill bring back hope to those
people who have lost hope in life and will
heal the wounds of the listeners who are
facing the challenges of this world.
His music caters for all people of all ag-
es. He appealed to the youth to stand up
and fight for their lives in stead of spend-
ing time committing crime and drinking
It is important that theyouth stopabus-
ing alcohol and rather try to do things that
can boost their lives and bring change in
this world. They must not forget that edu-
cation is the key to success, he said.
Luthando Nyameni mends broken hearts
with his Gospel music. PHOTO:BABALWA
Engcobo is spreading his wings to reach
as many young hip hop fans as possible.
Bongekile Homeboy Nqiyama from
Eluhewini location in Engcobo is current-
ly living in Khayelitsha Township, Cape
I grew up loving music. I decided to fol-
low my dream last year in April and now
my music is played on radio hip hop
shows, said Homeboy.
The talented young man, who has been
invited to participate in various events in
CapeTown, is preparing to launchhis first
CD in December.
He said the title of the CD is Kasi Li-
brary. It will have 10 songs and one of the
songs on in his album is Masenze so.
I decided to sing hip hop because it is
thekindofmusic I always listened towhile
I was growing up. My aim is to entertain
the youth and to pass onmessages through
Homeboy believe that his music will do
a lot tomotivate andeducate youngpeople.
Bongekile Homeboy Nqiyama will release his first album in December. PHOTO:SUPPLIED
August 28, 2014
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THE Alfred Nzo District will host pro-
vincial schools and Indigenous games at
the Mount Frere Sports ground on Au-
gust 29 and 30 and aCrossCountry event
at Mbizana Free Methodist Primary
School on September 5.
In both these events boys and girls
will beparticipating ina rangeof indige-
nous games including Umlabalaba,
Ugqaphu and Utinti.
While in the Cross Country games,
boys and girls from 10-19 years of age
will run from a minimum of 2 kilome-
tres to 8 kilometres.
All the school districts had held their
selection games where they had chosen
runners to represent them in theprovin-
BOXING has been growing in leaps and
bounds in the Mthatha region in the recent
past. This is albeit Mthatha-born boxers hav-
ing moved to other regions and provinces in
pursuit of better opportunies or the proverbi-
al greener pastures.
Boxers like former Female SA Welter-
weight champion, Rita Mrwebi, whose re-
turn-fight against Julie Tshabala at the Ori-
ent Theatre in East London at the weekend
was declared a draw, like being introduced
as coming from Mthatha in the Transkei,
even though they are currently based in Jo-
Former IBF world Junior Lightweight
kingpin Mzonke The Rose of Khayelitsha
Fana was born and raised in Qumbu before
he moved to Cape Town. Fana had his recent
outing against Themba Tshicila at Tsolo
Junction Hall for the WBF Intercontinental
Championship at his birth-place, Qumbu.
This was thanks to the support by the lo-
cal Qumbu Municipality, according to Box-
ing South African (BSA) Eastern Cape Serv-
ice Provider Phakamile Jacobs.
According to Jacobs, boxing was able to
thrive in the Mthatha area thanks to the fi-
nancial injention from the Qumbu and O.R
Tambo District Municipalities.
There are boxers like the current South
African and WBA Pan African Minifly-
weight kingpin Simphiwe Khonco and
Luthando Mbumbulwana (a useful Junior
Featherweight) that still call Mthatha home.
Khonco draws big crowds in the area when
he fights, noted Jacobs, adding that former
Bantamweight WBF Intercontinental cham-
pion Bulelani Nama was still based in Mt-
Were working hard for boxing develop-
ment here, said Khoncos mentor, One-
According to Dyonashe, there were cur-
rently seven local boxing clubs that train
both professional and amateur boxers in the
area, including one club in Butterworth.
Dyonase said that Khonco, the first boxer
from the area to win national and interna-
tional boxing titles, was hard at work for his
upcoming contest for the vacant IBO Interna-
tional Miniflyweight title against unbeaten
Duncan Village, East Londons Nhlanhla
Ngamntwini at the Orient Theatre in East
London on Sunday October 5.
East Londons Mamali Boxing Promotions
head Siphatho Handi, who looks after Khon-
cos business, confirmed the fight.
Dyonase said a handful of their amateur
boxers would be involved in the EC Cadet
Championships at theMqanduli Community
Hall this Saturday August 30.