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This follows after environmental compa- ny Enviroworks has started an environmen- tal impact assessment in the community to assess the viability of a cellphone mast. At the heart of the issue is the Metropoli- tan Evangelistic Church in Zeekoe Road. Melvin Jonkers, a senior member of the church, is convinced the proposed masts will be negative for the community. “I have done research on these masts and found that they are not the best tools in our environment when it comes to radiation. “We need Enviroworks to come and thor- oughly present this issue to our church and community members.” According to Jonkers the company ap- proached the church with their proposal. “They came to see us and told us they were busy with an environmental impact assess- ment. 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Mark Day, a senior environmental con- sultant at Enviroworks, adds that the pur- pose of the mast will be to transmit and re- ceive data to cellphone users. “Given the increase in usership of cell- phones, the number of cell masts in urban spaces need to increases to capacitate growth. “Despite often mixed feelings towards the presence of cellular base stations in an ur- ban environment, their occurrence is deemed necessary if cellphone consumers are to utilise technology effectively and re- ceive service delivery from their providers,” says Day. Enviroworks is doing the assessment on behalf of Eaton Towers, which would lease the mast to South African mobile telecom- munication communities. The mast is not allocated to one particular company, as co-location by multiple compa- nies will be offered. He says studies done have proven that cell- phone masts do not pose a health threat to communities. “Exposure to unnaturally high levels of radiation can have health impacts on people. However, with the current available scien- tific knowledge, international regulating bodies have set guidelines for safe exposure to electromagnetic fields from cellular masts. The most widely accepted of these are the International Commission on Non-Ionis- ing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guide- lines, also endorsed by the World Health Or- ganization and the South African Depart- ment of Health. Exposure to electromagnetic fields below the ICNIRP guidelines would not pose a neg- ative health effect to surrounding communi- ties, says Day. V What is your opinion about cellphone masts in neighbourhoods? Starting with “Post”, SMS your com- ments to 32156. SMSes cost R1. SNUGGLES: Grassy Park resident Florence Reddy of the Cape Town Knitwits who donated blankets to children at the Tygerberg Hospital Paediatric Oncology ward, gets to know Khulile Dumileyo (11) from Hermanus who has blood cancer. Looking on is former provincial health minister Theuns Botha. The Knitwits are a group of knitters countrywide who have risen to the challenge to knit blankets for fellow-residents who are less fortunate. It was established by Caroline Steyn as part of a Madiba Day challenge. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX
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  • THURSDAY 26 June 2014 | 0021 910 6500 | Fax: 021 910 6501/06 | Email: post@peoplespost.co.za | Website: www.peoplespost.co.za | Mobisite: ppost.mobi

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    LOTUS RIVER: CHURCH NOT TOO IMPRESSEDWITH CELLPHONE TOWER PROPOSAL

    Poor reception for masts

    HENRY BOOYSEN

    @henryspoke

    C

    onfusion has erupted over a proposed

    cellphone mast development at a Lotus

    River church.

    This follows after environmental compa-

    nyEnviroworks has started an environmen-

    tal impact assessment in the community to

    assess the viability of a cellphone mast.

    At the heart of the issue is the Metropoli-

    tan Evangelistic Church in Zeekoe Road.

    Melvin Jonkers, a senior member of the

    church, is convinced the proposed masts

    will be negative for the community.

    I have done research on these masts and

    found that they are not the best tools in our

    environment when it comes to radiation.

    We need Enviroworks to come and thor-

    oughly present this issue to our church and

    community members.

    According to Jonkers the company ap-

    proached the church with their proposal.

    They came to see us and told us theywere

    busy with an environmental impact assess-

    ment. We [turned down] their proposal.

    Jonkers says they next heard about Envi-

    roworks when the company came to our

    church and [did] an inspection and now the

    company is distributing flyers for the com-

    munity to know about their intentions.

    WardcouncillorLeslie Isaacs says that the

    residents need to wait for the outcomes of

    the assessment.

    If they want to erect a mast then they

    need to ensure that their assessment is done

    and positively indicates that it is safe to

    erect a mast, he says.

    I have received calls from concerned res-

    idents demanding answers about these

    masts, he says. But we will only be able

    to assist residents whenwe have a better un-

    derstanding about what these masts do and

    what the negative and positive aspects are

    of it being erected in our communities.

    A similar mast is also proposed for the

    Lakeview Community Church on the cor-

    ners of Cowell Way and Concert Boulevard

    in Retreat.

    Mark Day, a senior environmental con-

    sultant at Enviroworks, adds that the pur-

    pose of the mast will be to transmit and re-

    ceive data to cellphone users.

    Given the increase in usership of cell-

    phones, the number of cell masts in urban

    spaces need to increases to capacitate

    growth.

    Despite often mixed feelings towards the

    presence of cellular base stations in an ur-

    ban environment, their occurrence is

    deemed necessary if cellphone consumers

    are to utilise technology effectively and re-

    ceive service delivery from their providers,

    says Day.

    Enviroworks is doing the assessment on

    behalf of Eaton Towers, which would lease

    the mast to South African mobile telecom-

    munication communities.

    Themast is not allocated to one particular

    company, as co-location by multiple compa-

    nies will be offered.

    He says studies donehaveproven that cell-

    phone masts do not pose a health threat to

    communities.

    Exposure to unnaturally high levels of

    radiation canhavehealth impacts onpeople.

    However, with the current available scien-

    tific knowledge, international regulating

    bodies have set guidelines for safe exposure

    to electromagnetic fields from cellular

    masts. Themostwidely accepted of these are

    the International Commission onNon-Ionis-

    ing Radiation Protection (ICNIRP) guide-

    lines, also endorsed by theWorld Health Or-

    ganization and the South African Depart-

    ment of Health.

    Exposure to electromagnetic fields below

    the ICNIRP guidelines would not pose a neg-

    ative health effect to surrounding communi-

    ties, says Day.

    V What is your opinion about cellphone masts in

    neighbourhoods? Starting with Post, SMS your com

    ments to 32156. SMSes cost R1.

    SNUGGLES: Grassy Park resident Florence Reddy of the Cape Town Knitwits who donated blankets to children at the Tygerberg Hospital Paediatric

    Oncology ward, gets to know Khulile Dumileyo (11) from Hermanus who has blood cancer. Looking on is former provincial health minister Theuns

    Botha. The Knitwits are a group of knitters countrywide who have risen to the challenge to knit blankets for fellowresidents who are less fortunate.

    It was established by Caroline Steyn as part of a Madiba Day challenge. PHOTO: CARINA ROUX

  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

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    CHILD TRAFFICKING: NEW RULE FROM DEPARTMENT OF HOME AFFAIRS

    Securing future generations

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    n an effort to reduce child trafficking in

    South Africa, the Department of Home

    Affairs has issued a new and unique re-

    quirement that will come into effect on

    Wednesday 1 October.

    In a press release, the Department of

    Home Affairs revealed children under the

    age of 18will be required to produce an un-

    abridged birth certificate in addition to a

    passport when entering or departing or

    transiting South Africa.

    The Amendment Acts and the new regu-

    lations came into effect on 26 May. The

    new regulation was initially going to be in

    effect as of 1 July.

    However the Department of Home Af-

    fairs has provided a grace period to allow

    children to travel with parents or guardi-

    ans without an unabridged birth certifi-

    cate until the end of September.

    This means that families will be able to

    travel with children even for the coming

    school holidays as some would have made

    the necessary arrangements ahead of the

    new regulation commencing.

    The department urges citizens and for-

    eign nationals to heed the call to apply for

    unabridged birth certificates for children.

    An unabridged birth certificate of the

    child reflecting the particulars of the par-

    ents is required in terms of the Immigra-

    tion Regulation 6 (12)(a) for children trav-

    elling with parents.

    This new requirement must be adhered

    to regardless of the nationality, whether

    the child is travelling with parents, with

    other adults or unaccompanied.

    June Crawford, CEO of the Board of Air-

    line Representatives SA (Barsa), says

    South Africa will be the only country in

    the world mandating this for travellers by

    air and, as a result,will cause mass confu-

    sion and disruption to tourists and air

    travellers globally.

    Air travellers and travel agents in

    SouthAfrica and overseas just dont know

    about this requirement. Why would they?

    A passport is the globally recognised trav-

    el document, she says.

    Crawford says from 1 July airlines will

    be forced to refuse travel to families not

    in possession of these documents and as

    a result will cause disruption to travel

    plans, financial impact on service provid-

    ers and reputational damage for South Af-

    rica is inevitable.

    The policy timing could not be worse

    as South Africa prepares to welcome tour-

    ists over the peak European school holi-

    day travel season.

    The Department of Home Affairs states

    that the purpose of the unabridged birth

    certificate requirement is to create an ad-

    ditional verification todeter child traffick-

    ing andwhile the goal iswell-meaning, the

    unintended consequences of the resulting

    confusion is significant.

    The home affairs department started is-

    suing unabridged birth certificates for

    newborns from 4 March 2013, on the spot,

    at no cost.

    This followed the departments review

    of the Birth and Death Act (1992) and the

    Citizenship Act (1995) which culminated

    in the South African Citizenship Amend-

    ment Act 2010.

    The unabridged birth certificate ismore

    secure and reliable with added informa-

    tion as it contains particulars of both par-

    ents, where possible, and their ID num-

    bers and therefore supports the drive to se-

    cure the National Population Register so

    that all people in the country are and feel

    safe.

    The application can be made at any

    home affairs office, by the parents (guardi-

    an), who should take along their identity

    documents and the childs abridged certif-

    icate.

    These changes will also promote the de-

    partments main function of issuing se-

    cure, credible and accurate birth certifi-

    cates as well as identity documents to all

    citizens.

    Matipa Mwamuka, counter trafficking

    project coordinator forNPOActivists Net-

    working against the Exploitation of Chil-

    dren, agrees with the protectionmeasure.

    Although we have not looked at the new

    regulations thoroughly, we do welcome it.

    This will especially assist with children

    travelling from war torn countries mak-

    ing it easier to track them, she says.

    Thiswill also assist in tracking children

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    Mwamuka adds.

    We also need to see which barriers ex-

    ist.Wewant to knowhoweasily accessible

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    especially those living in remote areas,

    she says.

    Mwamuka further says the home affairs

    department needs to look beyond the sur-

    face of this new regulation. We ask that

    a system be put in place to monitor the ap-

    plication, process and accessibility of this

    document.

    V For more information on the amendment visit

    www.dha.gov.za.

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    GRASSY PARK: FORK OUT TO JOIN NGO

    Job scam leads to confusion

    HENRY BOOYSEN

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    n alleged job scam in which hundreds

    of Grassy Park residents are believed

    to be defrauded has the community up

    in arms.

    This follows after NPO Sesikhona alleged-

    ly approached residents with the promise of

    work if they registered with the organisa-

    tion, say residents.

    Domonique Booysen, chairperson of the

    Parkwood Backyarders Association, says:

    People came to our houses and informed us

    that Metrorail was looking to employ 15 000

    people to clean trains and train stations

    across Cape Town. They told us that if we

    paid R25 we would be guaranteed employ-

    ment.

    People were excited because they were

    going to be working. For many residents

    paying the R25 registration fee meant there

    would not be bread in their homes for a cou-

    ple of days, butnowtheyare stillwaitingand

    they want answers, says Booysen.

    MeanwhileMetrorail spokespersonRiana

    Scott insists there is no suchagreementwith

    any third parties regarding work at Metro-

    rail.

    Residentsmust report thematter to their

    local police. This is an alleged scam and

    Metrorail does not have any agreements

    with anyone or any organisation to recruit

    workers, says Scott.

    However, Metrorail regional manager

    Mthuthuzeli Swartz confirms that the par-

    astatal is in serious talks with the Sesikho-

    na.

    Not all Metrorail employees are aware of

    this issue andwill be in the dark about this,

    says Swart.

    But I can confirm that Sesikhona is in

    talks with us on a senior level regarding cre-

    ating employment for residents living in im-

    poverished communities.

    Peoples Post has been informed residents

    had to pay their registration fees at a house

    in Grassy Park.

    A Sesikhona recruiter, who spoke on con-

    dition of anonymity, revealed they had col-

    lected the money from residents to join the

    NPO during recruitment.

    The recruiter says she spoke with a wom-

    an, named Verdiana Aunty Verdi Mager-

    man, who said she is affiliated with parlia-

    ment and has a contract with Metrorail and

    she needs 15 000 employees.

    [She] came to my house and asked me to

    assist her in finding people in Grassy Park

    andRetreat to assist her, says the recruiter.

    She says she suspected it could be a scam

    only after Magerman collected the money

    from her.

    She came and collected the money, the

    recruiter says.

    When I told her I made enquiries with

    Metrorail about the work she told me it was

    a secret operation. I then realised thismight

    be a scam, the recruiter says.

    Ward councillor Melanie Arendse advises

    residents to contact the police.

    I have contacted Metrorail who con-

    firmed to me that there is no work as prom-

    ised.Weurge residents to go to thepolice sta-

    tion and open a fraud case, Arendse tells

    Peoples Post.

    We believe [the womanwho collected the

    money] lives in Lost City, Mitchells Plain,

    and she is doing the same inMitchells Plain

    and Athlone.

    We cannot allow our people to be prom-

    ised work and conned out of money they

    need to survive.

    But Magerman insists the funds collected

    is a joining fee for the NGO.

    The residents are confused about every-

    thing. The R25 is to join the NGO. It is the

    responsibility of the NGO to try and source

    work for its members.

    And she insists Sesikhona has a contract

    with Metrorail and residents who have

    signed up will be starting work as from next

    month.

    We have a tender with Metrorail to sign

    up 15 000 people who will work by cleaning

    train stations, says Magerman.

    She referred Peoples Post to the NGO

    chairperson Andile Lili.

    Lili says negotiations are still underway

    between the NGO and Metrorail.

    We are not selling any jobs. The R25 is

    to join the organisation, he says.

    We approached Metrorail with a propos-

    al to provide internship for residents to

    clean their different facilities and create

    awareness. We want our people to work. We

    have received positive feedback but the pro-

    posal is yet to be approved.

  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

    Thursday, 26 June 2014

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    and Beneficiary Trust has announced that

    it will withdraw from the third phase of

    housing developments, says chairperson

    Anwah Nagia.

    TheTrusts chief executive officer,NazAl-

    ly, in a recent radio interview, has suggested

    claimants were being seduced by the prom-

    ise of a free home instead of subscribing to

    the Trusts vision of a sustainable District

    Six with dignified homes and commercial

    opportunities.

    Nagia says the organisationhas pioneered

    the return of claimants to District Six but

    has lots of issues with the current phase

    of development.

    The third phase will see almost 300 homes

    built.

    The houses which are around 60m un-

    dermine the Trusts vision for the area

    whichwould allow residents business rights

    to their properties. However, in order for

    larger homes to be build, claimants would

    have to contribute around R250 000.

    The current phase is asking claimants to

    forgo their business rights to get freehouses.

    The balance of commercial land rests in the

    hands of the claimants, as the income gener-

    ated will come back into the community.We

    dont believe the view being used on this

    phase is well informed. These houses are on-

    ly slightly bigger than an RDP house and

    will devalue the entire area, he says.

    Its not about brick andmortar. Its about

    restorative justice. Its about bringing the

    working class back to the city.

    Nagia believes some interest groups are

    pushing an agenda to ensure the Trust takes

    a back seat. Were not going quietly. Some

    may have turned against us, but weve done

    everything possible to bring claimants back

    to District Six. Were used to fighting, he

    says.

    AReferenceGroupwas elected in 2012 and

    was mandated to fast track the next phase

    of development in the District Six restitu-

    tion process.

    Nagia says this step was taken by the De-

    partment of Rural Development and Land

    Reform to minimise the Trusts involve-

    ment.

    The government lied about theReference

    Group. The Trust was always the mouth

    piece for the community andwas democrati-

    cally elected. The minister felt a reference

    group would be more representative, but no

    elections were ever held, he claims.

    District SixWorking Committee chairper-

    son ShahiedAjam says the organisationwill

    step forward to represent District Six claim-

    ants alongwith the electedReferenceGroup.

    He says the Trust has had a limited role

    in the restitution process since for the last

    two years. Their account is not entirely

    true. In 2012, the Trust was replaced by the

    minister because of the R250 000 housing de-

    bacle. Theyve been out of the process for

    over two years now. I dont see how they can

    be vindictive towards those who have ac-

    cepted the third phase of housing, he says.

    Vuyani Nkasi says the department was

    not aware that the Trust had withdrawn

    from the third phase.

    Wesee that they sometimes come tomeet-

    ings and sometimes dont. We are not aware

    of any allegations that the Trust was re-

    placed in 2012. Claimants are represented by

    a referencegroupwhichwaselected commu-

    nity members, he says.

    However, the Trust does not intend with-

    drawing from the redevelopment process al-

    together, says Nagia.

    Well never walk away, he says.

    Land squabble intensifies

    DISTRICT SIX: A MATTER OF RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

    STANDING BACK: The District Six Redevelopment and Beneficiary Trust has withdrawn support for the third phase of housing developments to

    be built as restitution. PHOTO: NICOLE MCCAIN

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    HENRY BOOYSEN

    @henryspoke

    I

    llegally parked taxis transporting pupils

    to and from Battswood Primary School

    are risking the childrens safety.

    So says community activist Keith Blake.

    Residents fear a traffic disaster iswaiting

    to occur.

    Blake says he had noticed that illegally

    parked taxis waiting to collect pupils after

    school were putting the childrens safety at

    risk. One afternoon I noticed that the taxis

    are parking on an island waiting to collect

    pupils. The pupils then have to cross Beryl

    Road which is extremely busy to get to the

    taxis. The principal suggested we open the

    back gate of the school for the taxis to park

    inside. This was done, but now the taxis are

    ignoring this, says Blake.

    He continues that he has requested the

    provincial Department of Education to in-

    tervene in the situation.

    I have approached them and they have

    done absolutely nothing about this. Here

    are trucking companies using Beryl Road.

    I told the department if nothing happens

    about this situation and a child is hurt or

    in a fatal accident, the onus will solely be

    on them to accept the consequences, says

    a concerned Blake.

    Jessica Shelver, the spokesperson for the

    provincial Department of Education, says

    that the department is waiting for a report

    into the situation.

    To confirm, the department is aware of

    the matter and it has been dealt with. The

    school principal has written to and in-

    formed the traffic department with regards

    to the taxis. The principal has alsometwith

    the parents, says Shelver.

    Gavin Thomas, principal of Battswood

    Primary School, insists the taxis were in-

    formed to operate in an orderly manner.

    We have told them to park on the school

    premises and ensure that pupils picked up

    stay in the vehicle and not leave the vehicle

    at any time.

    There are cases where pupils cross the

    road to go to shops for sweets and drinks

    but we have put a stop to this. We have in-

    formed the traffic department about this

    and they gave us feedback that they will be

    monitoring the situation, says Thomas.

    Phillip Bam, the chairperson of the Lotus

    River/Grassy Park Ratepayers Associa-

    tion, says that the safety of pupils needs to

    come first.

    The circumstances must be suitable for

    pupils at all times. The authorities need to

    be at various schools during the morning

    and afternoon times so that they can moni-

    tor who is transgressing.

    V Do you have any comment about the safety of

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    SAFETY FIRST: Residents are concerned about the safety of Battswood Primary School pupils due

    to taxis constantly breaking the law. PHOTO: HENRY BOOYSEN

  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

    Thursday, 26 June 2014

    6 GENERAL

    PRINCIPLED MEN: ANTI-BOOZE FIGHTERS

    Reunited and it

    feels so good

    HENRY BOOYSEN

    @henryspoke

    A

    n anti-apartheid group has reunited

    once again to celebrate 54 years of

    friendship.

    The IndependentOrder of TrueTemplars

    movement which in the 1960s rallied

    against the apartheid dop system reu-

    nited in Heathfield to share their tales and

    experiences as friends.

    The group all ofwhomare retired con-

    sists of John Cornelius from Kuils River,

    Francois Mettler from Bellville, Abraham

    Arendse from Ottery, Emmanuel Adams

    from Grassy Park, Dave Sassman from

    Heathfield andLionelHarding fromRaven-

    smead.

    The movement which has principles

    based on Christianity was formed after

    members realised the dop system nega-

    tively impacted on society. The systemwas

    implemented by the apartheid government

    as a method of payment to coloured farm-

    workers.

    Wewere involved in secretmeetings,we

    had secret passwords and handshakes and

    were involved in numerous marches

    through the streets of Cape Town heading

    to the City Hall, says Sassman.

    This often resulted inmany police raids

    at our homes and many of us being impris-

    oned overnight at Caledon Square Police

    Station.

    We were fearless fighters for sobriety

    who led demonstrations against a cruel

    government who was determined to turn

    every coloured into a slave to liquor.

    LEAGUE OF THEIR OWN: The group of protesters against the dop system of the 1960s met last

    week Monday to renew their friendship and brotherhood after 54 years. From left is John Cornelius,

    Francois Mettler, Emmanuel Adams, Dave Sassman and Abe Arendse. Missing is Lionel Harding

    PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    REACH FOR THE STARS: Pro

    fessional footballers Franklin

    Cale (Ajax) and Ashley Har

    tog (Maritzburg United) visit

    ed City Athletic Academy at

    Kannemeyer Primary School

    in Grassy Park to share their

    experiences and journeys of

    becoming professional soccer

    players. Photographed, from

    left, are Cale, Ridwan Samod

    ien (Kannemeyer Primary

    principal), Hartog and acade

    my founder and coach Ches

    lyn Swartz. For further details

    on City Athletic Academy

    phone 082 747 7006 or email

    cityathletic@gmail.com.

    PHOTO: SUPPLIED

    Thursday 26 June

    V Lotus River: The Grassy Park Community

    Police Forum will hold its general meeting at

    Lotus River Multipurpose Centre on the corner of

    Fifth Avenue and Buck Road at 19:00.

    Friday 27 June to Friday 18 July

    V Grassy Park: A holiday club will be held at

    Kannemeyer Primary School in the winter

    holidays from 08:00 to 17:00. Open to all. The

    cost is R20. Call Cheslyn Swartz on

    082 747 7006.

    Saturday 28 June

    V Coniston Park: Wesley United AFC will host a

    disco and jazz evening at Coniston Park Hall in

    Military Road from 20:00 until late. Admission

    costs R50. To obtain additional details contact

    Kenny on 072 650 4213.

    V Capricorn: The Bay Community Church is

    offering a free business training course for all

    small business owners. The course will cover

    topics such as budgeting, marketing and record

    keeping. Lunch will also be provided. The course

    will start at 08:30 to 17:00 and will be held at

    The Bay Community Church, 92 Capricorn

    Boulevard, North Capricorn Business Park. To

    register SMS 079 146 5762.

    V Retreat: Zwaanswyk Academy will host a

    school party at 338 Main Road from 19:00 until

    late.DJ Catt will be spinning the decks. Admis

    sion costs R40; take your own platters and XYZ.

    For additional information contact Debbie on

    076 051 8835.

    V Retreat: Christian Community Action will host

    a youth engagement project at Retreat Commu

    nity Hall on the corner of Cradock Road and

    Concert Boulevard from 11:00 until 15:00. The

    event is open for youths aged 10 to 17 and

    focuses on community issues. There will be

    games, refreshments and entertainment. For

    more information phone Glenda on 072 599 6119

    or Enice on 078 368 7145.

    Sunday 29 June

    V Heathfield: The Christian Benevolent Society

    will host a gospel evening at Ashford AFC hall

    from 17:00 until 21:00. Admission costs R30;

    refreshments will be on sale. Phone Murlen on

    (021) 837 1144.

    Sunday 29 June to Monday 7 July

    V Plumstead: The Associated Seniors Club will

    hold a Seniors Garden Route bus trip to

    Oudtshoorn and Port Elizabeth. The cost is

    R4000. Obtain additional information by

    contacting Ursula on (021) 761 8774 or

    078 382 4668.

    Monday 30 June to Thursday 3 July

    V Steenberg: The Western Province Klawerjas

    Association will host a klawerjas tournament for

    scholars at Steenberg High from 09:00 until

    15:00. Pupils who can play and those who

    would like to learn are welcome. All pupils must

    dress in their school uniform. For additional

    information phone Brenda Hendricks on

    076 927 2404.

    Monday 30 June and Thursday 3 July

    V Heathfield: Ballroom dancing classes for

    beginners with partners will be hosted at Trinity

    Methodist Church hall in Rochester Road from

    19:30 to 21:30. The cost is R100 per couple and

    R50 per pensioner couple. For more information

    phone Dalene on 084 483 1805 or Nigel on

    072 462 0781.

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    PARKWOOD: CITY UPGRADEWELCOMED

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    HENRY BOOYSEN

    @henryspoke

    C

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    ing of toilets will soon become a thing

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    wood Estate.

    This comes after the City of Cape Town

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    woodEstate as an area in need of urgent up-

    grades.

    The news of the upgrades the City will

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    really need it. We are excited about this,

    says Domonique Booysen, chairperson of

    theParkwoodEstateBackyardersAssocia-

    tion.

    The upgrades include installation of

    wash basins, new toilets and electricity

    boxes.

    Ward councillor Melanie Arendse says

    although she shares the excitement of the

    backyarders, they still need to remain pa-

    tient.

    This is great news for the backyarders

    andwearedelighted that theCityhasdecid-

    ed to invest in backyarders, she says.

    Arendse pleads that backyarders need to

    remain patient and not expect the upgrades

    to take place overnight.

    We urge residents to remain positive as

    the upgradeswill only take placewithin the

    Citys new financial year which starts in

    July, says Arendse.

    Booysen adds backyarders were getting

    frustrated about their living conditions and

    approached the City to assist them.

    Wehad sent a petition awaywith 300 sig-

    natures requesting the City look at our liv-

    ing conditions. We can now gladly say our

    efforts have paid off, says Booysen.

    Arendse adds that the City will face chal-

    lenges when the upgrades start.

    There are plots where there are many

    dwellings involved. This will become a

    challenge for the City but these are things

    that the City has dealt with in many areas,

    so we believe this should not deter their ef-

    forts with the upgrades, she adds.

    Siyabulela Mamkeli, the Citys Mayoral

    Committee member for Human Settle-

    ments, says the upgrades in Parkwood Es-

    tate formpart of aCity initiative to improve

    conditions of backyarders staying in City

    rental stock.

    In ParkwoodEstate, the installation and

    placement of 161 panel cast concrete toilets,

    sewer connections, wash trough and a tap

    per erf will be installed, says Mamkeli.

    The City has budgeted a total of R1 233 775

    for the installations in Parkwood Estate.

    Mamkeli adds that the Citywill face chal-

    lenges doing the upgrades due to the densi-

    ty in the backyards.

    This limits the space in which the City

    is able to install these services, saysMam-

    keli.

    If those living in these structures arenot

    willing to cooperate with regard to reloca-

    tion and deviations, it would be virtually

    impossible to install services.

    He adds: The process of installing this

    number of services can be completed with-

    in one month.

    However, given the constraints of the

    density of the structures this process could

    be prone to setbacks and could take as long

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    stops briefly and tilts her head

    quizzically.

    Her surname, Beanz, is self-ex-

    planatory, and her middle name

    comes from the Porche Carerra

    model. Porche were our initial

    sponsors, says Edith.

    Danni is still undergoing obedi-

    ence training, but she has already

    left her mark on Jelly Beanz.

    We went to a school recently

    and talked about howdogs could be

    used in work, such as police dogs.

    After the assembly a little girlwent

    to her teacher and told her about

    trauma in her own life, something

    she has never told anyone before.

    The girl then asked the teacher if

    she could go talk to Danni about it

    and the lady who belongs to Dan-

    ni. I became sort of insignificant,

    because Danni is now the draw-

    card, explains Edith.

    And Danni is happy to listen to

    childrens fears and help them

    wipe away their tears.

    All she asks in return is a tummy

    scratch and food.

    She likes food, says Edith.

    Danni sits bolt upright at the

    mention of food.

    On the website yourpurebred-

    puppy.com, the Newfoundland is

    described as being calm, dignified

    and generally quiet.

    They forgot to add the condition-

    al clause as long as you dontmen-

    tion food.

    She loves her pellets and eats a

    relatively large amount of food eve-

    ry day... So we would love it if

    someone helped us sponsor her

    food for a while, says Edith.

    Anymention of food getsDannis

    full attention, possibly also be-

    cause food is used as an effective

    means to motivate her, as it is in

    most dog training.

    But her long lustrous coat also

    needs attention.

    Edith says Danni is groomed

    twice a month at a pet parlour.

    This is all to keep Danni looking

    good for the important work she

    has to do. The most important as-

    pect is, of course, the role Danni

    will be playing at Jelly Beanz.

    If a child sees Danni make a mis-

    take then its a very useful place to

    begin a conversation about howwe

    allmakemistakes, howwemanage

    it and how people respond to it.

    Also, just having an animal

    there for the children is comfort-

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    elaborates Edith.

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  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

    Thursday, 26 June 2014

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    VIRTUAL FRAUD: HOLIDAY HOME DID NOT EXIST

    Scammed out of holiday

    CHEVON BOOYSEN

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    nline scamming is becoming a virtual nightmare

    as one holidaymaker found out.

    Desperate for some time out and in search of

    affordable holiday accommodation, Zariah de Wet

    started looking for places online.

    I responded to an advertisement on [a website] and

    booked a holiday home over the Easter weekend. I

    spoke to a guy who identified himself, she says.

    I deposited an amount of R3 560 into a Nedbank ac-

    count and arrangements were made to arrive on

    Thursday 18 April. When we go to our destination we

    realised the address was not holiday accommodation

    and, in fact, did not exist, says an angry De Wet.

    The holiday homewas advertised showing photos of

    the property.

    Police spokesperson Constable Zandile Marashula

    confirms that a case of fraudwas reported at theMitch-

    ells Plain Police Station and the case is still under in-

    vestigation. No suspects have yet been arrested.

    We can confirm that a case of fraud was reported

    on Friday 4 April. The complainant alleges she booked

    a holiday getaway andmade payments for the reserva-

    tion. The complainant later discovered that the place

    does not exist, Marashula says.

    De Wet has since tried to contact the person she li-

    aised with to make the reservation.

    They are still operating with the number I contact-

    ed them on, but they keep using different names. Its

    so frustrating that they can get away with my hard-

    earned cash.

    Sergeant Jerome Voegt from Mitchells Plain police

    says consumers should be verywisewhenmaking pur-

    chases online. Do not deposit money into an account

    without referencing and checking that the product

    youre purchasing is legitimate, he says.

    Police urge the community to bemore alert of fraud-

    ulent internet purchases.

    We encourage the community to report such cyber

    crimes, Marashula says.

    V Have you been scammed through an online purchase? Starting

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  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

    Thursday, 26 June 2014

    12 MOTORING

    WHEELS24

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    ercedes awesome S63 AMG

    Coupe a car that can lean

    like amotorcycle is expect-

    ed in South Africa in November,

    followed early in 2015 by the S500

    Coupe.

    Prices will be released closer to

    the launch date.

    The coupe is poweredbyanAMG

    5.5-litre V8 biturbo engine thats

    capable of 430kW/900Nm thats

    30kW/100Nm more than the previ-

    ous CL 63 AMG.

    Choose your exhaust sound

    The engine will drive through

    AMG Speedshift seven-speed

    sports transmission with three

    modes - C (controlled efficiency), S

    (sport) and M (manual). A stop/

    start function will be standard and

    fuel consumption is listed as 10.1 li-

    tres/100km, down by 0.4 litres.

    How fast? 0-100 in 4.3sec and

    250km/h (electronically limited).

    The Coupes exhaust note de-

    pends on the selected drive mode;

    AMG sports exhaust adjusts flaps

    in each rear silence. In Cmode, for

    instance, the flaps remain closed

    for amore sedate sound. They open

    earlier in sport or manual moide.

    Magic body control

    The coupe will have the auto-

    makers magic body control ac-

    tive suspension which scans the

    road ahead and adapts accordingly

    but for this car a tilt function for

    going through curves has been

    added a first for series-produc-

    tion cars. It enables the S 63 AMG

    Coupe to lean through bends just

    like a motorcycle.

    Merc explained: The lateral ac-

    celeration acting on occupants is

    reduced in a way akin to when

    driving on a banked curve. The

    passengers sitmore firmly. The ob-

    ject is not to reach higher corner-

    ing speeds but to produce an even

    more pleasant motoring experi-

    ence.

    The curve-tilt function can be se-

    lected as one of three drive modes

    and activates from 30-180km/h.

    The S63AMGCoup can be fitted

    with multi-spoke forged grey alloy

    rims (8.5x19 front and 9.5x19 rear)

    with 255/45 and 285/40tyres respec-

    tively, 10-spoked forged alloy rims

    (8.5x20 front and 9.5x20 rear) with

    255/40 and 285/35 tyres or five-

    spoked matte black alloys.

    And in the cabin...

    ...which has powered and heata-

    ble leather sports seats with AMG

    badging, a new three-spoked AMG

    sports steering-wheel, aluminium

    shift paddles, a new touchpad as-

    creen and a high-resolution dis-

    play with two animated dials. Safe-

    ty and assistance systems are car-

    ried over from the standard S

    Class.

    As an optional extra, buyers can

    add 47 Swarovski crystals for each

    headlight.

    Edition 1

    Buyers wanting even more ex-

    clusivity can opt for the S63 AMG

    Coupe Edition 1 which adds the

    crystals to the LEDs, grey/black

    or red/black leather AMG sports

    seats and contrasting stitching for

    the facia, armrests and door lin-

    ings.

    Edition 1 mats with leather

    edges, sill panels with illuminated

    AMG badging and gloss-black

    wood trim are also part of the deal.

    The AMG sports steering-wheel

    has Edition 1 lettering.

    An infra-red night viewprojec-

    tion on to the windscreen is also

    standard.

    The S63 AMG Coupe will be de-

    livered with six-year or 100 000km

    PremiumDrivemaintenance plan.

    Va-va-vroom coupe for SA

    SPORTY: The Mercedes Benz S63 AMG Coupe will be in South Africa in November. PHOTO: WWW.MERCEDESAMG.COM

  • PEOPLE'S POST | GRASSY PARK

    Thursday, 26 June 2014

    MOTORING 13

    W

    hen booking a car in for a service

    or for repairs, few of you are pre-

    pared for the shock when you real-

    ise the cost of the replacement parts.

    Depending on what dealership or garage

    you take your car to, these costs can vary

    because different types of parts are used.

    Les McMaster, chairpeson of the Motor

    Industry Workshop Association (Miwa),

    says it is important to know exactly what

    parts are being fitted to your vehicle for

    your own safety, the good running of your

    vehicle and for insurance purposes.

    He says there are three types of parts typi-

    cally available to South Africans. Original

    Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), generic

    parts (non-OEM) and parts manufactured

    with no quality control measures in place

    (pirate parts).

    OEMs are usually available from your

    car dealerships service department and

    theyre used as a direct replacement to the

    original part that was fitted on your car on

    the assembly line.

    Although these parts aremore expensive,

    theyusually comewithawarranty and they

    are stringently tested for quality.

    Non-OEMs or aftermarket parts are non-

    branded and inmany case they are as good,

    or even better, than the OEM counterpart.

    Some vehicle brands have even started to

    develop their own non-OEM lines as an ad-

    ditional income generator.

    Many warranties require consumers to

    use OEM parts and they would be voided if

    approved parts are not used, says McMas-

    ter.

    But this is not always the case, so check

    with your insurance service provider if you

    want to use non-OEM parts, he continues.

    Additionally, some non-OEMpartsmight

    not be a good physical fit for a specific vehi-

    cle, and using them could cause damage to

    your vehicle if fitted incorrectly.

    However, McMaster points out that in

    most instances, the non-OEM parts offer

    good, affordable quality, making them fa-

    vourable options for older models.

    In fact, if it can be proven that the gener-

    ic part is of the same quality as the OEM

    part, many insurance companies them-

    selves ask repair shops to use these generic

    parts to lower costs, he says.

    Pirate parts are the cheap and nasty of-

    fering and with these products there is no

    way of knowing what kind of quality you

    are getting.

    Some of these products are just as good

    as the OEM parts, but others are extremely

    dangerous.

    They are cheaper because they cut cor-

    ners and use poor quality materials and be-

    sides the potential damage to your vehicle,

    using these parts creates a very real physi-

    cal risk.

    If you receive a lower than expected

    quote, dont simply take it at facevalue, cau-

    tions McMaster. Pirate parts are usually

    an inferior-quality forgery and they are

    never a bargain, because the losses youwill

    incur are invariably higher than the sav-

    ings you thinkyouwillmake, saysMcMas-

    ter.

    Not knowing which parts are being fitted

    to your vehicle could have expensive and

    dangerous consequences.

    Beware buying

    faulty car parts

    Time for total recall

    WHEELS24

    @Wheels24

    Honda, Mazda, Toyota and Nissan are re-

    callingmillions of vehicles globally for de-

    fective airbags manufactured by supplier

    Takata that could possibly explode.

    No crashes have been reported related

    to Monday 23 June recalls.

    Takata is a major manufacturer of air-

    bags, seat belts, steering wheels and other

    auto parts.

    InApril andMay last year,Takatas cus-

    tomers led by Honda and Toyota re-

    calledmore than fourmillion vehicles due

    to the risk that defective air-bag inflators

    could blow apart. Takata and Honda told

    US safety regulators the core of the prob-

    lem was how the explosive material used

    to inflate Takata air-bags had been han-

    dled and processed from 2000 through

    2002.

    Honda South Africa cannot yet confirm

    whether local models will be affected.

    Last years recalls involving Honda and

    four other automakers were intended to

    close the book on a problem that emerged

    in 2007 and had already been linked to two

    deaths.

    Takata reported that the earlier recall

    had not included all of the problem air-

    bags.

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    Thursday, 26 June 2014

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    Suite 7 Victoria Mall, Cnr Victoria Rd

    & 4th Ave, Grassy Park

    021 705 9066

    Amina Frank

    079 913 6078

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    073 405 9049

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    071 471 5777

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    R359 000 SEAWINDS

    Enclosed Semi Detached 3 Beds House

    with a Lounge, Kitchen, Fam Bathroom

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    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R230 000 EASTRIDGE

    Semi Detached 3 beds House

    with a Lounge, Kitchen and Fam

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    Neesa 082 786 4629

    R509 000 PORTLANDS

    Freestanding 3 Beds House with a

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    Yusriy 078 606 5362

    R419 000 CAFDA VILLAGE

    Fully Enclosed 4 Beds House with

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    Gadija 082 823 1801

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    Semi Detached 3 Beds House with

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    Shariff 082 781 2903

    R790 000 BELGRAVIA

    3 Beds with En-Suite, F.Kitchen,

    Lounge + Fire Place, Fam Bath,

    Garden, Garage.

    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R749 000 STRANDFONTEIN

    3 Beds with BIC, Lounge, Dining

    Room, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath + Sep

    Toilet, Garage

    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R380 000 WOODRIDGE

    Fully Enclosed 3 Beds Home with a

    Lounge, F.Kitchen, Fam Bath &

    Parking x4 Cars.

    Yusriy 078 606 5362

    R420 000 PORTLANDS

    2 Beds House with a Lounge,

    F.Kitchen, Laundry, Remote Garage

    with Lots of Parking

    Shariff 082 781 2903

    R250 000 BEACON VALLEY

    Maisonette 3 Bedroom House with a

    Kitchen, Fam Bath and Tiled Lounge.

    Venetia 084 227 1412

    R400 000 HIGHLANDS ESTATE

    3 Bedroom Incomplete Structure

    House in a Nice Quiet Area.

    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R1 850 000 NEWFIELDS

    D/Storey Home,F.F.K, Braai Area &

    Pool, Laundry Room. 3 Sep-Entrances.

    Shariff 082 781 2903

    R180 000 THE HAGUE DELFT

    Fully Enclosed 1 beds House with a

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    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R480 000

    DURBAN RD PORTLANDS

    Freestanding 2 beds, Lnge, F.Kitch, Fam

    Bath, Garage, Carport, Fully Paved & Lots

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    R410 000 ROCKLANDS

    3 Beds, Lounge, Dining,

    F.Kitchen & Extended Room.

    Fareed 082 959 2301

    R650 000

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    Dining, F.Kitchen, 2 Fam baths,

    Garage parkingx2 Cars also on a

    376m ground. Close to all

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    Fareed 082 959 2301

    R395 000 WESTRIDGE

    Fully Enclosed 3 Beds with a Lounge,

    Dining, Kitchen, Guest Toilet + Fam Bath

    with Shower, Carport & Laminated Flooring.

    Neesa 082 786 4629

    R220 000 TAFELSIG

    2 Beds, Lounge, Kitchen,

    Fam Bathroom

    Yusriy 078 606 5362

    R370 000 NEW EASTRIDGE

    2 Beds, Lounge, F.Kitch, Bath +

    Shower + Much More.

    Gadija 082 823 1801

    R260 000 EASTRIDGE

    3 Beds, Lounge, F.Kitch

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    Fareed 082 959 2301.

    R220 000

    ROOSENDAL DELFT

    3 Beds, Lnge, Kitchen, Fam Bath.

    Fareed 082 959 2301

    R150 000 CASH ONLY

    TAFELSIG

    2 Bedroom House with a Dining Room,

    Kitchen and Family Bathroom

    Fareed 082 959 2301

    R290 000 BEACON VALLEY

    3 Beds House on a Corner Plot with

    Family Bathroom and Std Kitchen, Parking

    for 3 Cars.

    Neesa 082 786 4629

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    R130 000 HYDE PARK

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    3 Bedroom House with a Dining Room,

    Kitchen and Family Bathroom.

    Fareed 082 959 2301

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    MITCHELLS PLAIN 021 391 2200

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    MITCHELLS PLAIN 021 391 2200

    WESTRIDGE: R495.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds (1xBics), Lounge,

    F/Bath, FK, Carport, Enclosed.

    SAEEDA 083 519 4159

    TAFELSIG: R245.000excl

    Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen,

    Storerm, A/roof, B/Bars, S/Gates, Encl.

    SAEEDA 083 519 4159

    WESTRIDGE: R435.000excl

    Ext. Semi, 4Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK,

    Mes, Storerm, Encl, Park (2xCars), 252m.

    SAEEDA 083 519 4159

    HANOVER PARK: R280.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, FK, Braai, E/Area,

    Encl, Front & Back yard covered.

    SAEEDA 083 519 4159

    BEACON VALLEY: R260.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath,

    Kitchen, Encl, 144m, Hse 65m

    SAEEDA 083 519 4159

    HANOVER PARK: R219.000neg

    Ext. Semi, 1Bed, Lnge, F/Bath, FK, Park(off

    street), A/roof, Encl, S/Gates, B/Bars.

    NAJWA 082 377 7027

    BEACON VALLEY: R500.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, FFK, Laundry,

    T/Garage (4xCars), Encl, B/Bars.

    ANTHONY 079 018 7866

    BEACON VALLEY: R290.000excl

    Mais, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, FK,

    A/roof, Encl, Plot 135m, Hse 70m.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    LENTEGEUR: R299.999excl

    Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, Family

    Bathroom, Kitchen, Enclosed.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    EASTRIDGE: R240.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds, Lounge, F/Bath, K(Bics),

    Encl, Plot 150m, House 58m.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    LENTEGEUR: R369.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, Kitchen,

    Park(2xCars), Encl, T/roof, Plot 143m.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    HANOVER PARK: R299.999excl

    2Beds, Ent.Hall, Lnge, F/Bath, FK, Carport,

    A/roof, Encl, Plot 165m, Hse 53m.

    CASSIEM 083 926 7822

    ROCKLANDS: R380.000excl

    Mais, 3Beds, Lnge, F/Bath, FFK, Garage,

    Encl, Just move in, L/Floors, A/roof.

    FATGIEYA 073 632 3889

    MORGENSTER: R400.000excl

    F/s, 2Beds, Lnge, Kitchen, F/Bath,

    Encl, Plot 220m, House 59m.

    LEE 071 159 0991

    RONDEVLEI: R550.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath, Mes,

    K(Bics), Tiled roof, Encl, 260m.

    LEE 071 159 0991

    PORTLANDS: R530.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds (2xB), Lnge, Drm, F/Bath,

    K(Bics), Carport, Ent. Area, Encl, 207m.

    FATGIEYA 073 632 3889

    STRANDFONTEIN: R740.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Bath, FK, Garage,

    G/Flat, Carport, Encl, Encl, 250m.

    FAIEZA 082 295 6410

    DELFT: R320.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds (2xB), Lnge, OPFK, F/Bath,

    Mes (Jacuzzi), Garage, Ent. Area, Encl.

    LEE 071 159 0991

    MONTROSE PARK: R325.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, Drm, F/Bath,

    Shower, FK, Large Plot, Encl.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    NEW LENTEGEUR: R389.000excl

    Ext. F/s, 5Beds, Lnge, FFK, (Incomp - D/s,

    S/Ent, 2B, L, FFK), A/roof, Encl, 272m.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    COLORADO: R595.000excl

    F/s, 3Beds, Lnge, FK, G/Flat , Carport,

    Encl, 350m, Hse 54m, G/Flat 40m.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    COLORADO: R769.999excl

    F/s, 4Beds, FFK, DSTV, E/Area, Tvrm

    2XF/Bath, Garage, Close to Transport.

    JESICHA 073 698 9260

    ROCKLANDS: R370.000excl

    Semi, 3Beds(2xB), Lnge cm Drm,

    F/Bath, OPFK, C/Yard, Incomp. S/Ent,

    Blinds, B/Bars.

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    GEORGINA LOVELL 083 446 1173

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    BASIL WEAVER 082 414 8232

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    WAYNE STADLER 084 797 6308

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    R675 000 Neg

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    PEDRO VISAGIE 072 508 8023

    SILVERTOWN

    R745 000 Neg

    Neat 3 bedroom

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    PEDRO VISAGIE 072 508 8023

    HEIDEVELD

    R585 000 Neg

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