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The Rep 23 March 2018

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2 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: THE REPRESENTATIVE 23 March 2018 Non-collection is explained Thefts thwarted by quick thinking response officers LAST Tuesday morning, Red Guard response officers attended to a panic alarm at a shop where a person doing deliveries was robbed of cash and the key to his motorcycle, operations manager Willie Reynecke told The Rep. The officers chased after the suspects and managed to apprehend one. They recovered the key but the suspects with the cash escaped. The suspect was handed over to the police. That night the security officer posted at a scrap metal dealer called for assistance after he noticed a suspicious vehicle standing close to the site. Response officers were dispatched and apprehended a suspect who was in possession of drugs. He, too, was handed over to the police. On Friday morning, the owner of as business in Queensdustria called for assistance after a staff member stole a power tool. Response officers were dispatched and managed to recover the stolen power tool that was handed back to the owner. The staff member was released after the owner declined to open a criminal case. On Saturday afternoon, response officers on patrol noticed a person lying on the tar in Griffith Street. It was established that the person was unconscious after being run over by a vehicle that drove off. An ambulance was contacted and the response officers remain on the scene until a traffic officer arrived on the scene. In the early hours of the next morning, the security officer on duty at Lukhanji Parks called for assistance after a person ran to him after being robbed. Response officers were dispatched to the gardens and apprehended several suspects who had robbed the victim. They were handed over. PROTECTING YOUR ASSETS PREVENT A ROBBERY. MAKE SURE THAT ANOTHER EMPLOYEE INSIDE THE BUSINESS KEEPS YOU WITHIN EYE CONTACT WHILE YOU ARE INVOLVED IN WORK DETAILS OUTSIDE YOUR BUSINESS. 35 Ebden Street, Komani Tel: 045 839 7228 | 044 010 0541 | Fax: 045 838 2430 PORK LOIN CHOPS PORK STRIPS/RASHERS EC TOMATO SAUSAGE CHICKEN THIGHS EGGS 18’s LARGE REFRESH 2LT COLDRINK BUY 2 FOR SUPER WHITE SAMP 12.5KG TURKEY LIVERS FROZEN COUNTRY MIX VEG 1KG Equipment broken, lack of compliance ABONGILE SOLUNDWANA THE Enoch Mgijima Local Municipality (EMLM) has attributed the irregular collection of refuse in the area to dysfunctional t rucks. In Mlungisi, refuse bags that had not been removed for the past two weeks, were finally collected last week while in Westbourne refuse which was due for collection on Wednesday was picked up on Friday. In parts of Khayelitsha in Mlungisi, the waste bags that were meant to be collected on Thursday, were only removed on Saturday. Virtually all residential areas have experienced a disruption in the refuse collection schedule. EMLM spokesman Fundile Family distraught as youth disappears SIPHESANDE NOGELA R49.95 KG R49.95 KG R54.95 KG R29.95 KG R27.95 EA R17.00 EA R49.95 EA R10.95 KG R17.95 EA E&OE-WHILE STOCKS LAST-LIMITED QUANTITIES WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO WITHDRAW SPECIALS WITHOUT NOTICE SPECIALS VALID FROM THE 23RD TO THE 24TH MARCH!!!! EASTER HOLIDAY TRADING HOURS : Friday 30th - closed Saturday 31st: - open 08:00 to 13:45 Monday 2nd:- closed SIMTEMBILE MGIDI REFUSE MATTERS: A cow seen chewing a paper potato pocket moments after chewing and swallowing a blue plastic bag near a road towards the Ezibeleni Industrial Park area Picture: ABONGILE SOLUNDWANA Feketshane, responding to queries from The Rep, said the schedule remained unchanged and the incidents of irregular collection were due to trucks which had not been functioning properly. “Refuse removal is the A DISTRAUGHT family is having sleepless nights after the disappearance of 19-year-old Komani pupil, Siphesande Sibulele Nogela. Nogela, 19, who is also known as George, went missing on March 14. His aunt, Zandile Gobeni, said Nogela, who originally came from Butterworth, had moved to Komani last year to live with her. He is a pupil at Royal Academy High School. She said he normally went to the arts centre after school but would be home at about 5pm. When he did not come home last Wednesday, the family went to try and find him and found out that, while he had been coming home late, he had not been to the ar ts centre for the past three weeks. “We went to the hospitals, police stations and hostels to look for him but could not find him.” The family searched the Kings Park residential area, reported the case to the police and had roped in the Komani community in circulating his photo on social media. Gobeni said Nogela suffered from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and was absent-minded, taking a long time to respond to questions. SEARCH PARTY: DA councillors Zukho Mandile and Sakhumzi Mkunqe traversed Madeira Park on Saturday, asking community members if they had seen missing youth Siphesande Sibulele Nogela Picture: SIMTEMBILE MGIDI She said some other family members had also gone missing in the past. “We are very sad and hardly rest. I am focused on this crisis and can not do anything else.” Nogela's life o r i e n t at i o n grade 11 teacher Lukhanyo Luzipho said Nogela was quiet and withdrawn but followed instructions well. “He is artistic. We fear that the number of days that he has been absent will be detrimental, especially since it is exam time. adventureprovinceeasterncape @visit_EC AdventureProvince adventureprovince municipalit y’s obligation, to ensure a safe and healthy environment. However at present, we are confronted by many challenges stemming from illegal dumping, breakages of machinery and vehicles and non-adherence to the collection Go to and book today! “The school is helping the family in trying to find him. Anyone with information can contact the school on 045-838 1090 or ro ya l a c e d e m y @ i s a t . c o . z a or visit the school at 35 Queens Drive in Komani. Police spokeswoman Captain Namhla Mdleleni confirmed that a missing person case had been opened and that Nogela was last seen in his school uniform which includes a dark blue blazer with white stripes, a white shirt and grey trousers. Anyone with information can schedule,” Feketshane said. He added the municipality was in the process of public participation and community awareness campaigns where local people would be educated on their role in keeping the environment clean. This, he said, would improve the quality of life of local people. “There is a great need to ensure a clean and healthy environment and to avoid unnecessary health hazards. The municipality is engaging in the budget processes for the next financial year to ensure that the refuse fleet, skips and bins are procured to increase our refuse collection capacity.” EMLM had declared areas as no dumping zones, with by-laws to be enforced and penalties imposed. “The critical element is that communities are urged to partake in cleaning campaigns.” Feketshane said communities should observe the collection time-frames so that there was no refuse that was left uncollected. contact detective sergeant Funeka Mvandaba on 045-808 6023 or on 086-001 0111. The Gobeni family may be contacted on 078- 022 9997; 063-008 2590 and 073-853 2 74 6 . The DA searched areas in Komani for any sign of the missing youth this weekend, but to no avail. DA councillor Zuko Mandile appealed to residents to look out for Nogela and to inform the police or his family of his whereabouts if he was spot ted. MAKE MEMORIES THIS EASTER Easter Holiday Package Specials

THE REPRESENTATIVE 23 March 2018 Tel: (045) 839-4040 Emergency: (A/H) 083-272-0955 ° Editorial: - advertising: 3 Also at Beat the queues and shop online at* *Some deals may not be available online DR ZIKHONA TYWABI-NGEVA Scientist in the Mrs SA s e m i -f i n a l s SIMTEMBILE MGIDI THE youngest black woman scientist in South Africa, Dr Zikhona Tywabi-Ngeva, who originally hails from Ilinge, has been announced as a semi-finalist in the Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa Top 100 for 2018. The show which includes the beauty pageant airs on SABC 3. Ngeva is the only black woman lecturer and researcher in the chemistry department of the University of Fort Hare. She is passionate about empowering the youth. In a telephonic conversation about being a semi-finalist in the Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa Top 100, she said she was feeling nervous but excited. “I am stepping out of my comfort zone and I am proud of myself. I believe that this pageant will give me a platform to be able to reach out to the youth from my area. I want to create change.” She said the pageant focused on women who were community builders. She said she considered the pageant a good platform to meet up with others with the same ambitions and hopes to empower the youth. She was hoping to work with young people in the Komani area in the future. Tammy Taylor Mrs South Africa media executive Lisa Madibe said the pageant was a female empowerment program for married women in South Africa, but it was not a typical beauty pageant. “Through the journey of Mrs South Africa, women either find themselves again or use the platform to influence others and to follow their dreams and become voices of change.” She said the platform allowed women to inspire communities. N g e va ’s father, Melikhaya Twyabi, said: “God works in mysterious ways. Zikhona is showing that God has a purpose for her life, she is not just here to eat, sleep and die, she is doing something productive with her life.” To vote for Ngeva, open the link below and like her official photo on h t t p s :// w w w. fa c e b o o k . c o m / D rZe e s h 136 / ? h c _ re f = A R S U _ Ad 6 z —a f p 3 o Ct E Z B 95 x B i O l K N O B Q : 3 i e AW Q X f 1 B m sv p j 6 w 5 E H l u _ s C Z R i Yv z q w 8 . Also like the Mrs South Africa page for the like to count as a vote and SMS SABC3 ZIKHONA TYWABI-NGEVA to 35959 at R3 per SMS. KOMANI W E AT H E R A PLEASANT weekend temperature-wise awaits, with the possibility of some light rain and it appears autumn has arrived. Today will be partly cloudy, with temperatures ranging between 13 and 25°C, and there is a chance of a little rain. Tomorrow there is a chance of a thunderstorm, but it is unlikely to amount to very much. The morning temperature will be 13°C and there will be a gentle breeze. The maximum will be 28°C. 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