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The Rep 30 March 2018

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4 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: sonjar@tisoblackstar.co.za - advertising: charodinev@tisoblackstar.co.za THE REPRESENTATIVE 30 March 2018 LOCAL IS LEKKER Do you live in Dordrecht – or call Cacadu home? Is Cofimvaba your place of residence or does Stutterheim have a special place in your heart? Send us your news C O U N T RYWAT C H KOMANI NEWS SEND YOUR NEWS Our country correspondents are active in their respective areas and will gather your news. Contact sonjar@tisoblackstar.co.za for details of the correspondent in your area. Country news deadline: 10am on a Tuesday. STUTTERHEIM – On Saturday, golfers took part in the national Windhoek Pairs competition. Congratulations to Kyle Blom and Michael Daniel who won the competition with 42 points betterball Stableford. The runners-up were Neil Randall and Sarel Pretorius on 41 points. On Sunday, the SCC hosted the 3 Jacks and a Jill competition. The format was 4 ball alliance with two scores to count on each hole. It was won by Mandy and Mark Douglas, Barry Kleinhans and Andries Greeff on 95 points. The runners-up were Michelle de Vries, Kyle Blom, Jan Victor and Ryan Charlton on 91 points. Pa r k r u n : On Saturday, 66 athletes completed Event #178 in sunny but still very muddy conditions. Among the visitors were a group of runners from Queen’s College brought down to run by Donovan Holmes, as well as a few other Komani parkrunners. Bertie Ras completed his 100th parkrun and Yamkela Matyunjwa joined the Junior Club 10. With just three weeks until the #Recordmustfall challenge issued by Gauteng and Western Cape parkrun tourists, who will visit Stutterheim parkrun on April 14, excitement is mounting. Many East London parkrunners who were at our inaugural on November 1 2014 have indicated that they will be in Stutt that day to try and break the Inaugural attendance record. Stutt parkrun is one of only three events in the country whose inaugural attendance has not been CELEBRATING A MILESTONE: Bertie Ras, centre, completed his 100th parkrun in Stutterheim on Saturday. Pictured with him are Brian de Beyer, left, and Nigel Whitecross, right Picture: SUPPLIED bet tered. STUTTERHEIM Amateur Dramatic Society (SADS) Easter production: Jesus on Trial review by Mary Taylor: I expected my visit to SADS Theatre to be a solemn occasion to see Sharon Pa r ke r ’s latest offering – Jesus on Trial – but it was anything but. Lively song and dance routines had been inserted between the trial scenes which enlivened the whole production. Although the dancing of the younger members of the cast was far from perfect, their enthusiasm more than made up for any deficiencies. The older dancers were a real pleasure to watch. Taki Kyriacos made a regal high p r i e st . Judas Iscariot (Clinton Ford) came across as a confused and disappointed disciple, a change from the usual presentation of a blackguard. Mary Magdalene, played by Martha Weich, was a sympathetic character though she did not stand up well to the prosecutors’ withering grilling. I have never regarded Pontius Pilate as a comic character but that is how Brian James portrayed him. His witty asides had the audience laughing. As the defence attorney Pieter Rossouw had a lot of dialogue to deliver, he did so clearly and convincingly. C o n g r at u l at i o n s ! The judge, played by Dylan Potter, gave a solemn, balanced summing up and the finale titled Build Your Kingdom Here, featuring all the cast, made a rousing ending to the evening. The performance was well attended and congratulations for an excellent salute to Easter goes to producer Sharon Parker. Well done. PLEASED TO MEET YOU: Cathcart High School pupils recently had the privilege to steal a photo with the Cheetahs rugby players in Bloemfontein with, from left, Nande Gantsho, Qayiya Tengwa and Cheetahs and Springbok player Oupa Mohoje and Cwengwa TIwane Picture: SUPPLIED C AT H C A RT – Members of the Stock Theft Unit arrested three suspects in possession of 14 suspected stolen sheep at the weekend. Po l i c e spokeswoman Captain Namhla Mdleleni said unit commander Lieutenant Colonel Siphelo Jaggers had received information of suspected stolen sheep that had been left with broken legs along the R61. When the suspects returned to the scene, they were arrested. – Rep reporter RETURNED: Suspected stolen livestock recovered in Cathcart at the weekend Picture: SAPS NOTICE AND INVITATION OF BID/RFQ’S REF NO: RFQ/BID Number Services/ Product Evaluation Criteria ITVETC003/03/2018 CET- PROCUREMENT OF TEXTBOOKS Compulsory À 80/20 10 April 2018, 10:00 @ Ezibeleni Admin Centre Tender/RFQ 11:00, 20 April 2018 Documents can be purchased from Supply Chain Management Section, Ikhala TVET College, at a Non- Refundable fee of R150.00 each. Documents can be purchased at Zone D, Gwadana Drive, Ezibeleni, 5326 between 08:00 and 16:00 from Monday to Thursday and between 08:00 and 13:00 on Friday from 29 March 2018 to 20 April 2018. All compulsory documents must be completed: SBD1, SBD2, D BID FORM, SBD 3.1 SBD4, SBD 6.1, SBD8 and SBD9 which form part of the RFQ/BID documents. The suppliers must be registered on a Central Supplier Database (CSD). À À ¿¿¿ ¿ Completed documents and Quotations (clearly marked with the relevant reference number and placed in a sealed ¿ Only companies who have submitted all of the above information will be considered for evaluation. Ikhala TVET College is under no obligation to give reasons for non-acceptance/rejection of any submission. All shortlisted bidders will be subjected to undergo a security screening in terms of Section 2(1) (b) of the National Strategic Intelligence Act 67 of 2002 as amended. TARKASTAD – The very popular evening bowls league has come to an end. The winners were The Spiders, comprising Danie Kilian and Freddie and Jalé du Plessis with The Presbies coming in as runners-up. The team members were Larry and Colleen Elliott and Estelle Herselman. THERE is great excitement ahead of the annual Tarka Pumpkin Festival which takes place next weekend. In this, seeds of the special Atlantic Giant pumpkin were sold some months ago and the plants have been pampered and nurtured ever since in an attempt to grow the biggest pumpkin. The festival, which is a most TIME TO ENJOY A CUPPA: Dordrecht NG Kerk preacher Lisa de Bruyn enjoying a cup of tea with Nadia Jordaan at the church bazaar Picture: SHARON SALMON enjoyable community charity day, will be held on Saturday, April 7, from 10am and the huge pumpkins and others will be judged and weighed before the winner walks off with a R1 000 prize. Any organisation is welcome to host a stall to raise funds for their chosen good cause and bookings have already been made for food stalls, fun, games, a fancy dress for children and even game challenges for adults. It all results in a great day outdoors in the country for the whole family while at the same time raising funds for worthy institutions. For further information, contact Ali Leathes 082-722-7636.

THE REPRESENTATIVE 30 March 2018 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: sonjar@tisoblackstar.co.za - advertising: charodinev@tisoblackstar.co.za 5 ‘The police failed me’ PHILANATHI RASMENI AMLUNGISI woman has criticised the police for allegedly failing to help her locate a man believed to have stolen her handbag earlier this month. Simnikiwe Vetezo, of Magxaki, said police had failed to help her after her handbag was snatched from her car while she was locking the gate to her home on March 7. Vetezo, a self-employed beautician, said she had been on her way to visit a client. The valuables in her bag included a makeup set, two cellphones, her ID and bank cards. She said a neighbour reported seeing a man with the items and told her his name. When she reported it to the police station, however, she said officers had told her they could not help her and that no vans were available. The next day, while speaking to two other men, she managed to find out where the suspect lived but once again, she was told that there was no van available. However, Vetezo said she was pleased with the excellent service offered by Nomzamo Neighbourhood Watch members Andile Zondi and Lulamile Silwana. They visited the home of the suspect but he was nowhere to be found. They then spoke to his friends, allegedly telling them to return the goods. “When I woke up the following morning, I found my handbag outside my house under the window with everything that was in it except for the phones.” Zondi and his team then assisted me to locate the people who had bought these phones and I got them back. The police failed me.” Police spokeswoman Captain Namhla Mdleleni said she had referred the complaint to the station management who took charge and is investigating the matter. “The policemen will be investigated and if they are found guilty, serious steps will be taken. “We urge community members to ask for the station commander when they are not satisfactorily assisted.” KOMANI W E AT H E R A MOSTLY cloudy long weekend awaits, with a little rain now and then, but temperatures will be pleasant. There is a good chance of a thunderstorm on Friday. Temperatures are set to range between 14 and 24°C and humidity will be raised. On Saturday, there is again a chance of a little light rain. The minimum temperature will be 14°C and the maximum 23°C. The humidity will be uncomfortably high. Another thunderstorm is likely on Sunday. The day will also start at 14°C, rising to 27°C and there will be a gentle breeze. On Monday, the humidity will be down a little and it will be partly cloudy. 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