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The Rep 6 April 2018

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14 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: THE REPRESENTATIVE 6 April 2018 11010 Legal Notices 11010 Legal Notices Auctions 12010 Auctions 12010 Auctions 12010 NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION IN THE MAGISTRATES COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF CACADU HELD AT EZIBELENI CASE NO. 127/2017 In the matter between THE GALLERY QUEENSTOWN CC (Plaintiff) and YONELA NGEMNTU (Defendant) Pursuant to a judgment granted on 05 OCTOBER 2017 by the above Honourable Court, and in pursuance of a Warrant of Execution Against Property issued thereafter, a sale in execution of the undermentioned property will be held on 20 APRIL 2018 at 10H00¿SHERIFF OF THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT, QUEENSTOWN, situate at 18 KOMANI STREET, QUEENSTOWN, which sale will be for cash to the highest bidder. 1 X VOLKSWAGEN CITI GOLF VEHICLE REGISTRATION NUMBER DNX106MP. Dated at Queenstown on this 29th day of March 2018. MAURICE SHADIACK ATTORNEYS INC. Plaintiff’s Attorney 22-24 Robinson Road P O Box 398 Queenstown, 5320 Tel: 045-8392027 Fax: 0865021759 e-mail: M S Ref: MAURICE SHADIACK/THE479/0004 C. MAGWANGQANA TOWN HALL MUNICIPAL MANAGER CATHCART ROAD KOMANI E N O C H M G I J I M A L O C A L M U N I C I P A L I T Y NOTICE NO. HRM 04/3/2018 ERRATUM: STAFF VACANCY COMMUNITY SERVICES 1. MANAGER PARKS AND RECREATION Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality wishes to make an erratum for the above-mentioned position on the advert HRM 04/3/2018: Requirements: CLOSING DATE: FRIDAY, 13 APRIL 2018 AT 12HOO Apologies for any inconvenience caused. Any persons who do not understand the content of this advert are invited to contact Mr M. Ngxobongwana at the Corporate Services office on 045 - 8072608 or 70 Cathcart Road, Komani during office hours. Umntu ongayi qondiyo lengxelo uyacelwa aqhakamshelelane no Mnu M. Ngxobongwana kwi-ofisi ye-Corporate Services kule nombolo 045 - 8072608 kwanombolo 70 Cathcart Road, Komani ngamaxesha omsebenzi 08:00 ukuya kwicala lentsimbi yesine. Esi saziso singafumaneka ngolwimi lwesiXhosa kwi-ofisi ka Sosiba we-Dolophu; kwisakhiwo seHolo yeDolophu, kwi- Cathcart Road kuKomani. 11030 Estate Notices IN THE ESTATE of the late EVELYN MULLER Born: 15/03/1927 Identity no. 2703150003082 of 108 Ebden Street, Queenstown, 5319 Estate No. 002804/2017 BE PLEASED TO TAKE NOTICE that the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution will lie for inspection at the Office of the Master of the Eastern Cape High Court, Grahamstown, and at the Magistrate‘s Court, Queenstown, for a period of (twentyone) 21 days computed from date of publication hereof, ie. 6 April 2018 KAREL PETRUS DE WAAL De Waal - Baxter Attorneys 29 Ebden Street, Queenstown, 5319 Tel: 045 8394095 For all your Property Advertising needs call 045 839 4040

THE REPRESENTATIVE 6 April 2018 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: 15 SPOR TSSCENE DSRAC hands over equipment to clubs SIMTEMBILE MGIDI SEVERAL sports teams from the area have drawn benefit from the Department of Sport, Recreation, Arts and Culture (DSRAC)’s donation of sport equipment as part of the Chris Hani club development initiative. The handover of the equipment, which included agility ladders, chutes, kicking tees and rugby whistles, took place last week with clubs benefitting including the Spring Rose Rugby Football Club, the Blue Birds RFC, the Black Lions RFC and the Vaalbank RFC, the latter which is based in the Emalahleni dist rict. DSRAC assistant manager for sport development Mxolisi Vanda said the hand over was part of the depar tment’s club development programme. Equipment was also handed over to various other sporting codes, although the athletics club Future Striders from Intsika Yethu Local Municipality (IYLM) and the Ngcobo Athletics Club from Ngcobo could not make it to collect the donations. The Titans table tennis club from EMLM received 50 table tennis balls while the Black Aces Football Club and Strikers FC and Zama-Zama FC all received kit. Vanda said DSRAC supported several leagues, including football leagues in Qoqodala and Zweledinga. Balls and soccer nets had been handed over in these areas, while 60 cricket balls and two scoreboards were handed over to the local cricket fraternity. “We also support a number of others such as the football leagues of ELM Qoqodala and the EMLM Zwelidinga League, Vanda said. Equipment was also due to be handed over to netball leagues in Hewu and Qoqodala. Birch farm netball coach Ntombebhongo Qayisa was thrilled at the donation of netball poles, saying it would encourage more children to join. THANK YOU! From left, Mohamd Zuber Gandhi, Thando Mayeki and Mapasa Nqoro represented the Emalahleni Local Municipality’s Vaalbank beneficiaries for rugby and netball Picture: SIMTEMBILE MGIDI Border Le a g u e kicks off MAXWELL LEVINE BREAKERS is at home to newcomers Black Eagles at the Mlungisi Stadium on Saturday. The home side will be favourites to win this but it will not be easy as the Premier League champs went unbeaten last season on their way to promotion to the Super League. In the Premier League, Shining Stars will also be at home at the Mlungisi Stadium taking on Ready Blues. Stars will want to start the season on a high note and what better way to kick off with a victory. Old Collegians will take the road to East London to face a tricky clash against Young Leopards. This should be a cracker as both sides are the favourites and frontrunners to gain promotion to the Super League. Leopards are always a tough contender, especially at home. Matches start at 3.30pm. Harriers tackle Two Oceans ON SATURDAY, 127 people ran, jogged and walked the course of the Komani parkrun at the Queenstown Golf Club. A total of seven were first timers and 29 recorded personal bests.- Rep correspondent THE Queenstown Harriers had an impressive contingent which tackled the Two Oceans Marathon at the Easter weekend. The runners competed in three events: the 24km trail run, the 21.1km half marathon and the 56km ultra marathon. Results: 24km trail run: Maryka Snyman 5h06. Half marathon: Janice McKerry 21h13, Joey Wassung 2h23, Senovia de Bruin 2h26, Michael Blignaut 2h31, Sally-Ann Goddefroy 2h42, Magret Samuals 3h06, Smartryk Rossouw 3h15. In the ultra marathon, Zakuthini Retyu was the first Queenstown Harrier in in a time of 4h25. Other results were: Luyanda Ndzandza 5h09, Bara Mabongo 5h46, Bridget Smith 5h45, Liezl Heideman 6h06, Malungisi Nomwa 6h21, Jaco Annadale 6h46, Siyansanga Gqamane 6h52 and Marlene de Wet 7h01. ALL DONE: Queenstown Harriers, from left, Margaret Samuals, Smartryk Rossouw, Bridget Smith and Bara Mabongo after completing the Two Oceans Marathon Picture: SUPPLIED AROUNDTHE GREENS Queenstown Bowling Club R de Kock, Simon Mc Millan, M Manthe, K Roodt 17, G Fritz, J Fritz, M Morris, N Schloesser 23. B Brown, Sheryl Mc Millan, Sasha Mc Millan 20, R Aylwin, S Knepscheld, Ronel Taylor 19. Cathcart High to host soccer tourney SIMTEMBILE MGIDI CATHCART High School (CHS) – a school traditionally known for its rugby – will host its first ever soccer tournament, the CHS Soccer Cup, on April 21. CHS accounting teacher Ishamel Quayson, who organised the tourney with the support of the school, said he realised there were some aspiring soccer stars but they did not have an opportunity to show off their skills. “We did not have a challenge gathering pupils for the sides as there was an interest in the sporting code.” The tourney will focus on the U19 age group but in the future, the tournament will expand to include the U14 and U16 age groups. Quayson and two other teachers had shown an interest in coaching the tourney team and teams to be established in the future. Participating schools will include some from Mthatha’s Mthatha High and Khanyisa High while schools will travel from Elliot, Aliwal North, Lady Grey, Komani and Dordrecht. “There will be a floating trophy, 20 medals, a R1000 cash prize for the winners while the team in second place will win a trophy and 20 medals.”