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The Rep 23 March 2018

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14 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: THE REPRESENTATIVE 23 March 2018 Auctions 12010 Auctions 12010 Auctions 12010 Website: Facebook: Elliott Bros. Auctioneers BEEFMASTER FEMALE AND DOHNE MERINO PRODUCTION SALE BEEFMASTER COWS (3 IN 1) PREGNANT HEIFERS, OPEN HEIFERS, SLAUGHTER COWS AND MAIDEN DOHNE MERINO EWES. (CATTLE WILL BE CERTIFIED FOR PREGNANCY). Duly instructed thereto we shall offer the following stock o.b.o. Nerpo Farming ON TUESDAY 27 MARCH 2018 AT 11H00 ON THE FARM CARNARVON ESTATES (HALSETON AREA OF STERKSTROOM) ON OFFER: 200 CATTLE: 150 BEEFMASTER FEMALES INCLUDING NGUNI COWS THAT HAVE BEEN RUNNING WITH THE BULL AND 200 DOHNE MERINO MAIDEN EWES COMPRISING: Cows with calves at foot and pregnant again to Beefmaster Bulls, Heifers certified in calf, Open Heifers and slaughter Cows. Bulls bred by L Maclean, Marius Corbett and Benchmark Beefmasters have been used. 200 DOHNE MERINO MAIDEN EWES SHORN SEPTEMBER. DIRECTIONS TO THE SALE: The farm Carnarvon Estates is situated about 60km from Queenstown on the Queenstown/Aliwal North Road. Turn right at the Sterkstroom/Dordrecht Cross Road and PROCEED for about 5km and then turn right again. INDICATORS WILL CLEARLY MARK THE ROUTE. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: We have seen the stock on offer and we certify the quality of the offer. Photographs of the cattle are available on the website at FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Eddie Luppnow: 082 801 2545 OR Elliott Brothers Auctioneers: 043 726 8579. 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. CS 03/03/2018 POUND NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the following animals will be sold form the Enoch Mgijima Municipal Pound, if not previously released on Wednesday, 28 MARCH 2018 at 10:00. 89 Cattle 75 Sheep 272 Goats 19 Donkeys 10 Horses 0 Pigs Animals are impounded from the N6, R67, R61, Cala Route, Sterkstroom, Cradock, I n dwe, S e y m o r, Cat h car t, I lli n ge, Engcobo, Tsomo, Barkley East, Ntabathemba, Dordrecht, Tarkastad, Molteno, and Lady Frere areas. All with various earmarking’s. C. MAGWANGQANA TOWN HALL MUNICIPAL MANAGER CATHCART ROAD, KOMANI EMALAHLENI MUNICIPALITY NOTICE: APPLICATION FOR THE PROPOSED REZONING AND PERMANENT DEPARTURE FOR THE RELAXATION OF BUILDING LINES OF ERF 262 DORDRECHT Notice is hereby given in terms of the Spatial Planning and Land Use Management Act 16 of 2013 read with Land Use Planning Ordinance 15 of 1985 for the proposed rezoning and permanent departure for the relaxation of building lines of erf 262 Dordrecht in order to accommodate business premises (Funeral Parlour). Copies of the proposed layout plan and supporting ¿ ¿ Any objections must be lodged in writing with the Municipal Manager, Emalahleni Local Municipality, Private Bag X1161, Lady Frere 5140 within 30 days of the notice. Technical inquires must be directed to Ms Akhona Mtimkhulu MUNICIPAL MANAGER 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: SCM 05/03/2018 Kindly be advised that Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality has a new vat registration number and please use it on all relevant documents. The new vat no. is 4810281024 All documentation reflecting the old vat number wil l n ot be processed by the 1st of May 2018. For all your advertising needs call CHARODINE or MAVIS on 045 839 4040 ON TRACK FOR STARDOM: Lonwabo Primary School Grade 5 athlete Phumlani Barnes returned with a silver medal for the 100m relay at the SA Primary School Athletics meeting in Paarl. He also came third in the 150m semifinals G e n e r ato r s for CHDM ANDISA BONANI THE Chris Hani District Municipality (CHDM) has ordered four generators as a means to ensure water provision if Eskom’s intention to cut electricity to the Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality (EMLM) in April is realised. Eskom has indicated in a notice of intent that it will be restricting power supply to the area for lengthy periods due to an unpaid debt of R44-million by EMLM. Concerned Community Forum (CCF) member Tokkie Deysel recently indicated during a meeting that CHDM was planning to buy the generators to ensure that residents had water during times when there would be no electricity. CHDM executive mayor Kholiswa Vimbayo said CHDM was responsible to provide water and it was unfortunate that electricity was needed in order to pump water. “This way we will avoid a crisis where there would be no water and electricity at the same time. The water outage that took almost a week to resolve in February, was an eye-opener. We managed to see where we needed to improve and what needed to be done to avoid such a crisis. “We want to be part of the solution during EMLM’s trying time and we will arrange a meeting with the mayor where we would discuss ways in which we could help. We had an agreement with the former municipal manager Moppo Mene that he will put together a team that consists of officials from both municipalities to check on challenges.” Afri-Forum chairman Willie Liebenberg, speaking to The Rep, said the generators were not a solution to the electricity problem and that money would be wasted purchasing fuel to pump water 24/7. “The generators are supposed to be a back-up for unprecedented emergencies. The shutdown of electricity has been looming for a long time. A permanent solution should have been put in place a long time ago. Fuel to keep a generator working costs more than the electricity bill, so this would be a total waste of money that could be used for more pertinent issues.” Any persons who do not understand the content of this advert are invited to contact Mr. X. Makeleni at the Corporate services office at 045 - 8072608 or 70 Cathcart Road, Komani during office hours. U mnt u ong ay i q ond iyo leng xelo u yacel wa aqhakamshelane no Mnu X. Makeleni kwi-ofisi ye-Corporate services kule nombolo 045 - 807 2608 kwanombolo 70 Cathcart Road, Komani ngamaxesha omsebenzi 08:00 ukuya kwicala lentsimbi yesine. PROPERTY - 10AM TUESDAY 27 March 2018 ROP’S - 10AM MONDAY 26 March 2018 ALL CLASSIFIEDS - 12PM TUESDAY 27 March 2018 Esi sa z i s o s in g a f um a n eka n g o l w i m i lwesiXhosa kwi-ofisi ka Sosiba we-Dolophu; kwisakhiwo seHolo yeDolophu, kwi- Cathcart Road kuKomani. C. MAGWANGQANA TOWN HALL MUNICIPAL MANAGER CATHCART ROAD, KOMANI

THE REPRESENTATIVE 23 March 2018 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: 15 Great fun on 20th golf tour A GROUP of regular Komani golfers went on their 20th tour recently. The Sevenokes Tour played at Wedgewood, The Hill and Belmont in Grahamstown. Excellent weather and courses which were in good shape despite the lack of rain, greeted the t o u r i st s . The highlight of the tour was Stefan Cloete achieving his first hole-in-one on the 13th hole at Belmont Golf Estate on Sunday. This RINGER: A delighted Stefan Cloete who scored his first hole-in-one at the 13th hole of the Belmont Golf Estate on a recent tour by a group of Komani golfers SEAN HEIDEMANN LAST Saturday was the annual Build It QCOBA golf day. It was wonderful to see a full field of almost 120 golfers take on the challenge of a very long course. The day ran like clockwork and Gareth and Tamlyn Hartley must be congratulated on a fantastic job organizing ever ything. There were numerous watering holes which kept all the golfers well hydrated/oiled and thanks must go to all those sponsors who contributed to make the day a massive success. It was lovely to see representatives from both schools involved, whether playing or having a drink in the evening. A highlight was the speech by the new headmaster of Queen’s College, Janse van der Ryst. It was great to see him supporting the day. Thank you to all the out of town players who AROUNDTHE GREENS Queenstown Golf Club Bowling section DC Scott Trophy: I Richardson, M Wilson 37, F Pretorius, R Miles 10. P vd Walt, F Prinsloo, L Breetzke, R Miles 24, L Taggart, F Pretorius, F Corbett, S Molony 14. Friedie Fincham Trophy: P van der Walt, F is the first one in 573 rounds of golf that have been played by this group, and was celebrated in traditional style. Derek “Seagull” Helm took a narrow tour scalp and the cookboy notches were shared between five different golfers. Thoughts are with Johnny de Villiers as he continues his recovery to full health after an accident which prevented him from playing and travelling. – Rep correspondent made the effort to come and have a game at our 18 hole course. The prize-winners were as follows: Golfers, men first Pieter Steyn – 41 points, 2nd Johan van de Mescht – 38 points, 3rd N Rawula – 38 points. Golfers, ladies 1st Gay Wormald – 32 points, 2nd Kim Clark – 30 points, 3rd Sam Breetzke – 29 points. Non golfers: 1st T Koli – 35 points, 2nd Reggie Hardnick – 27 points, 3rd D Muller – 24 points. SPOR TSSCENE Cold, wet – no problem ON SATURDAY, 106 people braved the cold and wet, rainy conditions and ran, jogged or walked the course of the Komani parkrun at the Queenstown Golf Club. A total of nine were first-timers and 37 recorded personal bests. Chloe Kruger, Amy Styles, Paul Bassett, Kelson Barber and Aiden van Jaarsveld were awarded their Club Ten certificates for completing 10 parkruns. - Rep correspondent Full house for QCOBA golf day Thanks to all involved in a memorable golf day. Tomorrow, March 24, it is the Queenstown Closed championships. Please get your names in the draw for 27 holes of medal golf to determine our division champions. The entry fee is R260, which includes a meal on Saturday evening, two fun events where you can win a monetary prize and a golf related prize and prizes for the winners and runners-up in all divisions, A, B and Pretorius, R Miles 19, L Taggart, L Breetzke, S Molony 16. F Prinsloo, F Corbett 20, B Brown, G Odendaal 18. Queenstown Bowling Club R de Kock, J Knepscheld, S Knepscheld, J Fritz 17, B Brown, R Aylwin, S McMillan, M Morris 10. C, as well as the ladies division. You can phone the club today for your tee time. A whatts app group will also be formed to let everyone know what time they will be teeing off. The first coveys will be off at around 9am. Please support your club championships. SCHOOLSSPOR T Hangklip Primary Sportsmen took part in an under-13 tournament at PJ Olivier in Grahamstown. Rugby: Hangklip lost to Dr Viljoen; lost to Frans Conradie; beat Kenton-on-Sea 35-0. Declan Buys was the player who showed the most promise. N et b a l l : Hangklip beat PJ Olivier 8-7; lost to Dr Viljoen 6-7; beat DSG 4-3; beat Settlers Park 10-2. Lauren Siloan showed good promise. U8 and U9 teams took part in a tournament at Karel Theron Primary in Middleburg. U8 beat Karel Theron 2-1; beat Michausdal 3-1; beat De Aar 8-0. The team showed great promise. U9 Hangklip lost to Karel Theron 1-3; lost to De Aar 1-4; beat Michausdal 2-1. Nicole Roodt gave it her all. Swimming: Three pupils took part in the Amathole inter-regional gala. The results were Karla de Beer girls U12 backstroke, bronze, Rynard de Beer boys U11 butterfly, silver, Dean Moss boys U13 50m butterfly, gold, 50m backstroke, gold, 200m individual medley, s i l v e r. Queen’s Junior At h l et i c s : At the triangular meeting, U11 individual performances were: 80m Joshua Jordaan first; U12 high jump Jameel Fleshman first; 100m Jameel Fleshman first; 150m Jameel Fleshman first. U13 100m Shaun-Michael Scharneck first; 150m Shaun-Michael Scharneck first. Relays: Medley first; 4x100m first. Swimming: At the Country Districts gala, Jed Stone won a silver medal in U12 50m freestyle and Aiden van Jaarsveld a silver in U10 50m freestyle. Squash: QCJ beat Transkei Primary 4-1. Fine victory for plucky Old Collegians MAXWELL LEVINE OLD Collegians became the first winners of the Red Guard Security Derby Cup after defeating EUR Africans 17-15 at the Thobi Kula Indoor Sports Complex at the weekend. The game lived up to the pre-match hype and no one was disappointed with the kind of intensity and physicality on d i s p l ay. The visitors, Africans, came into the match as favourites after beating Collegians in their last three outings, twice at home in Aliwal North and once in Komani. With a heavy forward pack and an explosive backline, a lot was expected from the side. A rejuvenated Collegians side came into the match with expectations to get one over their northern neighbours and build a platform for the season ahead. The match started at a frenetic pace. OC dominated the early stages, with good combined play between forwards and backline. The loose trio of Romaine Flusk, Sean Baartman and Cne Hlalu was dominant at the collision point and carried the ball well. It was no surprise when in-form winger Craig Pijoos rounded off a brilliant move and opened the scoring. Enzo Sass made no mistake with the conversion as Collegians took a 7-0 lead. That sparked Africans into action with captain and lock Dylon Hames at the forefront of attacks. The bulky lock was always a threat with ball in hand and it had to take two or three defenders to halt his bulldozing runs. Dazzling flyhalf Edward Minnie carved through the OC defence with Relton Hames into support as Africans hit back to score an unconverted try to cut the deficit to two points. A shell-shocked Collegians outfit was left reeling as another attack by the diminutive flyhalf carved gaps open in the Collegians rear-guard. After several phases by Africans, eighthman Corbin Willehase dived over to score. Minnie missed the conversion and Africans took a 10-7 lead into half time. Africans continued where they left off in the first stanza by asserting more pressure on OC. The Collegians set phases and scrums started to suffer, with their hooker failing to find his jumpers. Their scrums were also under severe pressure with scrumhalf Deveane Arendse having to feed his backline with difficult balls in reverse mode. Africans’ outside centre O’Neal Blom gave OC further misery by dotting down for his side’s third try. Minnie, who was undoubtedly the man of the match, had a poor day with the boot and failed again with the conversion as Africans lead 15-7. With tactical changes and positional switches, Collegians hit third gear and started to show more composure. Wing Sydney Pieterson rounded off a brilliant move to score and OC trailed by three points. The come-back was imminent. After holding off Africans’ attacks, fullback Ayakhe Skweyiya sliced through their rear-guard to score an unconverted try as OC took the lead for the first time in the second half at 17-15. It was a tight finish with Africans camping in Collegians’ territor y. Resolute defence by the home side paved the way for a memorable win, a first over these rivals in four years. In other matches, St Theresa’s beat Louis Rex 10-5 while Progress played to a 0-0 draw against Amatole Stars from Stut terheim. GOT THIS: Lindi Lois de Wet of GHS and Hanneri Janse van Rensburg of Hangklip High School in action during a clash between the two schools’ first hockey teams last week with, back, GHS player Logan Raasch and Thaimika Ambraal of Hangklip looking on. GHS won 4-0 Picture: SONJA RAASCH