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Breidbach

side tops

Celebs Club excels at BCM Games

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VWITH the advantage

of having the

Eastern Cape

Provincial Drie

Stokkies acting coach at

their hub, the Breidbach

Celebs Indigenous Club

(BCIC) in King William’s

Town, made sure they

pulled out all the stops to

win both sections of their

event at the Buffalo City

Metro Indigenous Games

held over the weekend.

The trials at the

Alphendale Senior

Secondary School in East

London saw hundreds of

athletes from all eight hubs

in BCM compete in all nine

indigenous codes for a

place in the squad to

represent their district at

next month’s provincial

event. Dellarice Christian,

Devonique Christian, and

Doneè Coetzee ended in the

top three positions for the

women, while Keagon

September and Cameron

Bowles took gold and silver

respectively, for the men.

Tremeine Oliphant was

also selected for the Dibeke

squad.

Their mentor and

provincial acting coach,

Desmond Coetzee, was over

the moon with the

performance of his players.

“It was all team work and

I commend them for their

commitment, discipline,

and determination during

t raining,” Coetzee said.

Department acting

manager of sport and

recreation at BCM,

Nonqaba Ketye said the

aim of the Games was to

help prepare participants

for the Eastern Cape

provincial indigenous

games festival to be hosted

by BCM next month.

“We are going to select

teams to represent Buffalo

City district against all

other districts within the

province and we are going

to compete with the best of

our ability,” Ketye said.

“Buffalo City is always

among the best at the

provincial games and we

are hoping to end top at

this year’s event.”

Dellarise, at age 12,

represented the province at

the national championships

in Limpopo last year.

“My goal is beyond

provincial level at nationals

where I left unfinished

business, so I am looking

forward to it.”

WELL DONE: Breidbach Celebs Indigenous Club athletes won both sections of the events they

participated in at the recent BCM Provincial Indigenous Games. The team members are, from left,

Keagon September, Cameron Bowles (both Drie Stokkies), Tremeine Oliphant (Dibeke), Doneè

Coetzee, Devonique Christian and Dellarise Christian (Drie Stokkies) Picture: DESMOND COETZEE

NO WAY IN: Breidbach residents barricade the N2 between East London and King William’s Town

with burning tyres and other objects during service delivery protests last we e k

Picture: DESMOND COETZEE

Housing protests spill

over to roads

DESMOND COETZEE

VIOLENCE and chaos were the

order of the day when

frustrated Breidbach residents

demanded houses and

barricaded the N2 between

East London and King William’s

Town on Thursday last week.

The road was closed to traffic

from 5am till the afternoon

after protesters barricaded the

notorious Breidbach

intersection with burning tyres,

huge stones, trees and other

objects.

This resulted in the closing of

the N2 at Hargreaves traffic

circle and the Blainey junction

near Berlin.

A resident leading the

protest, and who wanted to

remain anonymous, said the

community was fed-up with the

government which was “taking

them for granted”.

“We had a meeting last

evening after we noticed that

they had not stuck to their

promise of starting the housing

project even after they told us

the trucks with the building

material would enter Breidbach

on June 20,” he said.

“We will not stop with this

action until they start the

project.”

Another protester said: “We

want service delivery. They

have been lying to us for too

long.”

King Police Station

commissioner Colonel

Nomvuyo Mrwebi and BCM

human settlements regional

director, Mthobeli Mbambanisi,

addressed the protesters on the

bridge in an attempt to bring

the protest to a halt.

EC Provincial Legislature

members Christian Martin and

Tony Duba also arrived in a bid

to quell the tense situation

During negotiations, it was

agreed that the Human

Settlements MEC would

address the community.

A community meeting with

the MEC and top officials of

human settlements, that was

chaired by Martin, took place

on Friday last week..

Issues discussed were the

contractor, the elected PSC

members, how local labour

would benefit from the project,

the alleged “rudeness” of

human settlements officials,

and the conduct of the ward

c o u n c i l l o r.

The community took

exception when it was said that

only 80 houses would be built.






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Festival set to host

student art exhibit

SIPHOKAZI VUSO

NO MORE: Protesters hold up signs showing their oppostion to live animal

exports during a Ban Animal Trading protest on Sunday Picture: SUPPLIED

Protest against

animal exports

AMANDA NANO

BAN Animal Trading (BAT) held a

peaceful protest in Beacon Bay on

Sunday morning to highlight the

dangers of live animal exportation.

BAT is a non-profit organisation

(NPO) that is aiming to end animal

exploitation through awareness and

education programmes.

BAT spokesperson, Smaragda

Louw said nine activists gave of

their time to spread awareness of

this exploitation in the community.

“There may have been only nine

activists but next time we hope

they'll be many more standing up

for the animals,” Louw said.

She said that cattle were shipped

regularly from the East London port

to Mauritius for slaughter – while

still alive.

“They travel in cramped

conditions with no access to food or

water. These animals will stand in

their own waste and have to breathe

in the high ammonia levels in the

air for the entire duration of their

journey to Mauritius,” she added.

The NPO handed out pamphlets

which outlined the dangers and

cruelty endured by the animals.

According to BAT, the animals are

offloaded and transported to

abattoirs where they are

systematically slaughtered as cheap

meat for financial gain.

Other causes pursued by the

organisation include dog fighting,

exotic pet trade, and animal testing.

Online petitions can be made on the

organisation's website,

WALTER Sisulu University (WSU) Fine

Arts students’s artworks are set to bring a

new exciting feel to the G r a h a m st o w n

National Art Festival this weekend.

Fine Arts lecturer, Sonwabiso Ngcai

said this year would be the seventh

consecutive year that students would be

showcasing academic work at the

fe st i va l .

“This year we are intending to bring

about significant change with strict focus

on the quality of work being selected for

the festival. The change seeks to impact

on the entire look of the exhibition – to

have a look of more professionally

curated exhibition,” he said.

Third year fine arts student, Lumanyani

Gosana, who will be exhibiting his work

for the second time at the festival, said he

was grateful for the opportunity to

showcase his work to a much bigger

audience

“It is a pleasure to showcase my work

and my talent to different people from

across the world. The preparations

happened a bit faster this year, since our

lecturers were involved in a strike that

took almost a month. So we only started

preparing our artworks this week.”

Gosana said he will be showcasing his

artworks under three different themes.

“My first piece is a woodcut

printmaking artwork titled Fading of

Xhosa Culture. The second piece is also a

woodcut printmaking titled Pillar of

St rength – it's about the hardships and

sufferings faced by a woman. Then I have

three thin marquet sculptures titled Home

of Legends.

I looked at the Eastern Cape and

noticed it's still an underdeveloped

province, although it has produced

legends like Nelson Mandela. People in

the province are still in chains of

pover t y,” he said.

Ngcai said the artworks selected are a

body of work from last year’s academic

calendar interspersed with some later

works this year.

“The exhibition team, which includes

my colleague Mziwoxolo Makalima; two

Btech students, Wongalethu Maxiniva and

Khanyisa Kalane; and two third-year

students, Lumanyano Gosani and Natalie

De Morney- Maharaj, are very keen on the

direction the exhibition is going to take

going forward. These four students will

take turns in curating the exhibition as

part of their academic experience,” Ngcai

said..

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WISH LIST: Banoyolo Ntunja and her mother,

Neliswa

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SHOWCASE ART: Wongalethu Maxiniva, left, Khanyisa Kalane, lecturer Mziwoxolo

Makalima, Natalie de Morney-Maharaj, lecturer Sonwabiso Ncai, and Lumanyano

Gosana with some of the art works that will be showcased by Walter Sisulu

University students at the Arts Festival

Picture: SIPHOKAZI VUSO

AMANDA NANO

EAST London Childhood Cancer

Foundation (CHOC) kids are in for a

treat on Mandela Day.

CHOC regional manager Debbie

Kleinenberg said the children would

enjoy their entertainment from the

comfort and safety of the children's

wa r d .

“The challenge with the kids is

they can’t leave the ward as its not

recommended by their doctors We

have activities planned, such as a

movie marathon,” Kleinenberg said.

For Mandela Day, the foundation

has a “wish list”, with items such as

clothes for adults and children (new

and used), groceries (perishable and

non-perishable), toiletries and

stationer y.

This wish list helps those in need,

such as Neliswa Ntunja of

Queenstown whose eight-year-old

daughter Banoyolo was diagnosed

with aplastic anaemia.

Ntunja said she travelled 192km

from her village to get her daughter

to the local hospital for three years,

without getting a proper diagnosis.

“In 2017 she was finally diagnosed

with aplastic anaemia at Frere

Hospital. Blood tests and a bone

marrow biopsy was done,” Ntunja

said.

Neliswa stays at the CHOC House

in Beacon Bay while Banoyolo is

getting treatment at Frere Hospital.

“They give us nice food and care

for us a lot. They also help me with

the transport costs.”

Banoyolo is still awaiting a bone

marrow transplant while her mother

continues her efforts to raise

awareness in her community.

CHOC is asking companies and

individuals for help by donating cash

or items listed on their wish lists

which can be found on

www.choc.org.za. Alternatively, contact

the East London office on

086-111-2109 / e-mail el@choc.org.za.

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Lions donate 100 trees

SIPHOKAZI VUSO

IN CELEBRATION of Lions Clubs

I n t e r n at i o n a l ’s Centennial year,

the East London Port Rex Lions

Club is donating 100 trees to

various places of need as one of

their legacy projects.

The East London Port Rex Lions

Club’s initiatives are aimed at

meeting the needs of local

communities and the world every

day because they share a core

belief in serving their community.

Incoming president of the club,

Diane Sierra, said they are

distributing the trees to places

that will benefit from the

donation to mark the 100th year

of Lions Clubs International.

“We are distributing these

trees to the community, to

various places that will benefit for

SIVENATHI GOSA

NON-profit organisation

Masithethe Counselling

Services (formerly Lifeline East

London), received a donation

of R20 000 from the Gately

Rotary Club on June 19 during

the annual wine auction at the

Premier Hotel.

The organisation was one of

the 11 beneficiaries invited by

the club.

Director of Masithethe

Counselling services Jackie

Orsmond said the funds would

go towards their Tween Lifeskill

Course.

years to come, such as Pet Pals,

who are in need of the shade and

to boost the general ecosystem,”

she said.

She said that the trees will also

be donated to hospitals, crèches

and schools.

“The Lions continue to serve

the community in many different

ways such as providing food for

the needy, visits to old age

homes, hospital visits, and also

our ongoing support of Jersey

Week and the Eisteddfod to name

but a few,” Sierra said.

Project Manager, Chow Bissel,

said that the donation also

served as encouragement for

people to plant trees in a bid to

save the environment.

If any school, crèche, hospital,

clinic that needs a tree, please

contact Richard, 082-924-8320.

The Daily Dispatch reported

(“Rotary Club donates 20k”

June 20th) that the Gately Club

of Rotary's aim was to support

organisations that contributed

to make a difference in the

communit y.

“Masithethe Couselling

Services has been working

with the communities of the

Buffalo City Metropolitan

Municipality for the past 33

years. It provides confidential

and free counselling for adults

and children,” Orsmond said.

She said this included

trauma counselling, debriefing

and other counselling sessions.

PLANTING HOPE: Richard Patten, from left, incoming

president Diane Sierra, and project manager Chow

Bessel are planting 100 trees to mark 100 years of Port

Rex Lions

Picture: SIPHOKAZI VUSO

Donation will help teach teens lifeskills

The Tween Lifeskill Course

started on Monday with

children from St John's

Primary School, Lujiza Primary

School, Canaan School of

Academy, Masakhane Primary

School and East London High.

“This programme is being

conducted in response to the

need for pupils to improve their

self-knowledge and to

empower them by giving them

skills on how to deal with life

issues and situations.

“The programme focuses on

trust building, anger

management, peer pressure,

stress management, teenage

pregnancy, depression, sexual

health and other issues that

teenagers go through in their

lives,” she said.

The courses are free of

charge and university students

volunteer as fa c i l i t at o r s .

One such student is Nadia

du Plessis, a Psychology

student at Unisa who started

volunteering at Masithethe

counselling services in April.

“Being here has been eye

opening because you meet

with different people every day

who are going through

troubled times in their lives,”

Du Plessis said.

Facebook group

blessing others

SIPHOKAZI VUSO

TO SHOW their dedication to

helping the needy through charity,

the Blessings From Me To You

Facebook group has brought

together strangers to assist the

East London community.

It all began in 2016 when Louise

Leendertz Torr started a charity

drive after she heard a devastating

story of a woman who had lost all

her belongings in a heavy rain.

“I was an administrator on Crime

Spotter Buffalo City when I heard

about a lady who was getting

kicked out in the rain with a little

child.

“Her furniture, clothing,

everything was damaged due to

the heavy rain,” she said.

This story inspired her to start

the Facebook group, which is

aimed at assisting those in need.

“A voice came into my head

telling me to start a helping group

around East London, so I founded

People in Need East London.

“Similar pages opened up with

almost the same name as our

group and people got mixed up as

to who is who.

“I changed the name then in

January 2017 to Blessings From

Me To You East London SA,” she

said.

Since starting the cause, Torr

said she had received tremendous

support from family members and

the East London community.

“Without my husband

Llewellyn‘s help, I would not be

able to do as much for the

community. He is my strength.

“Laurika Olivier is a member I

met through this group and she

also became my rock when times

were getting tough.

“My daughter Delicia

Schoenfeldt and Wilma Preston are

also there to help me to sort items

when families are in need,” she

said.

She said that the group reached

out to people from as far as King

William’s Town.

“We also do enquiries about

families before we help them as I

know plenty of people want to

waste their money on booze and

drugs and then expect a hand-out

to see them through.

“We have a Winter Drive where

we go to villages like Kaiser's

Beach, where I know there are no

other charities doing outreaches.

“Our problem is that we need

more community members to be

involved in helping us with food

items, as we supply food parcels

every second week to families who

request help from us.

“We have opened up a charity

store in West Bank, our rental is

about R3300 per month and is not

supported much by the public yet.

“We are battling to pay rent,”

she said.

Any money left over is used to

buy food items.

Any clothes or household items

the public no longer require can be

donated to T Mel’s Market, 8A

Alexander St, West Bank.

The items can be dropped off at

Mel’s Market but must be clearly

identified as going to Team

Blessing’s Louise Torr.


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HONOURING THE HEROES: As part of a campaign to honour the pupils who took part in the June 16 uprising in 1976, King

William’s Town-based Amathole Museum educational officer Zodwa Ganta put on her school uniform once again. She sits in

a school desk that forms part of the museum’s struggle display, Idabi leNkululeko laseQonce (local struggle for liberation)

exhibition

Picture: DESMOND COETZEE

THE weekend promises

pleasantly warm weather,

although the maximum

temperatures will mostly go

no higher than the teens.

In fact, today will only

reach 16°C after an early

Warm weekend weather

morning start of 7°C. It will

be mostly sunny, but there

is a possibility of a stray

shower in the afternoon.

Tomorrow morning will be

sunny at 8°C, but it might

become cloudy later in the

day. The maximum will be

22°C.

Saturday will be a

pleasant, mostly sunny day

with temperatures ranging

between 6 and 15°C.

On Sunday, after a 10°C

start, it will continue being

sunny and warm with the

maximum reaching 26°C,

ideal for outdoor relaxation.

–w w w. a c c u w e a t h e r. c o . z a

OLD CONNECTION: Buffalo City Sport Council deputy president Zola Theo,

left, poses with his former lecturer from Dower Teachers’ Training College

and current South African Football Association (Safa) president, Danny

Jordaan, during the Safa Buffalo City awards ceremony hosted at the Steve

Biko Centre in Ginsberg at the weekend

Picture: DESMOND COETZEE

ON SHOW

1 July | 14:00 - 16:00

Belgian Scouts on

hall-build mission

SIVENATHI GOSA

A COMMUNITY church in Bhisho is expecting

“Les Scouts” from Brussels today who will be

visiting and staying in the Eastern Cape until

July 20.

Member of the Community Church Group

Lunga Nqini said the main reason for the visit

was that the Scouts would be building a Scouts

community hall in Frankfurt.

“Their initial idea was to build a crèche for the

community but they were denied permission by

the municipality so they have decided to build a

hall that will be used by the Scouts and

community members,” Nqini said.

Member of the Les Scouts Simon de Meeûs

said they had 11 members, ranging from 16 to 18

years old, and four supervisors of 22 to 24 years

of age.

“The purpose of the project is to travel around

the world, to meet people and to broaden our

social experiences. In Belgium, Scouts usually go

to “camp” – as we use to call it – during the

month of July. The main rule of our scouts is to

help one another,” De Meeûs said.

He said Scouting provided young people with

opportunities to participate in programmes,

events, activities and projects that contribute to

their growth as active citizens. Through these

initiatives, young people became agents of

positive change who inspire others to take

action.

“The first week will be for the project itself,

followed by a week and a half where we visit the

country and meet the population. During the last

week, we can continue to visit the country with a

more relaxed perspective.”

Nqini said that after they had completed

building the hall, they were planning to show the

visitors the rest of the province.

“Hopefully if there are enough funds, we are

planning on showing our visitors the beautiful

province which is the Eastern Cape,” Nqini said.

ON THE ATTACK:

VQL Masters’

Sindephi Soli goes

on the attack as an

opponent comes in

to tackle him

during a King

William’s Town

Masters Football

Association league

game against

Kwalini in Bhisho

last weekend. The

game ended in a

2-2 draw

Picture: DESMOND

COETZEE


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SHARING IS CARING: Clarendon High School girls were asked to give before they went on holiday. The girls made sandwiches which were donated to Helping Hands – this is part of the 2018 theme ‘G r at i t u d e

is our preferred attitude’

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MARIMBA MAGIC: Gonubie Primary School's Major Marimba musicians

performed a toe-tapping set at the ICC in East London recently. The band will

be taking part in the International Marimba and Steelpan Festival being

held in Johannesburg towards the end of next month

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CUTE AND CREATIVE:Pupils from Sharons Art School received double gold

awards (the highest award attainable) at the EL Fest Eisteddfod recently

held at the Belgravia Art School. Pupils, from front left to right, are Bradley

Victor, Joshua Phillips, Katie Sadie, Josh Rice, Josh Smith and Elijah

Dickinson. Pupils, from middle left to right, are Suzanne Strauss, Sarah

Wild, Daniel Heger, Sarah Birkholtz and Liliana Wassung. Pupils, from back

left to right, are Amalia van Dyk, Ciara Agnew, Mischka Sam, Megan

Scwulst and Jenna Muller. Pupils absent from the photograph are Sarah

Schewitz and Jenna Wheatley

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KIND GESTURE: Eryn Stevens from Wonderland Primary School was

announced as top entrepreneur at the Young Entrepreneur Market Day

which was held at Pinecreek recently. Her Eh-Eh Bows came out as the

winner! She is seen here, right, handing over her prize money to Wonderland

Primary School principal, Pauline Drake

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ýCome waltz, two step & line

dance tonight away with live

music by Ivans Band at EL

Bowling Club from 8pm. Cash bar

open. Entry R25pp. Info

0 8 2 - 76 6 - 78 9 7 .

ýEagles Tag Rugby Holiday Clinic

& Tournament at Hudson Park

Primary. Three days of fun with

teams for U7 to U13. For more

information or to register your

team, contact Lyle Hanson at

lyhansen@hpps.co.za or

081-248-4323. Cost is R495 per

p l ay e r.

F R I D AY

ýGreat news: Quentin is back so

come party tonight away on EL

best dance floor with live music

by Quentin at Comrades Club

from 8-15pm. Bar and kitchen

open from 6pm at bargain prices

.Entry R20pp. Bookings before

2pm Friday 083- -255-3468.

ýTea in the Trees , Chintsa West.

Friday Food Fest 5-9 pm every last

Friday of the month! Live music

,food stalls and 7pm show. Call

072-611-2367 or e-mail

t e a i n t h e t re e s . c o m

ýScreening of B r av e n at Steve

Biko Centre Cinema. Movie starts

at 6pm and Box Office closes 15

minutes after advertised time.

Repeat screening at 4pm on

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Longest Drive. R2000 per 4 ball

(price includes lunch), Tee box 1 –

18: R500, entire hole: R800.

Contact Terry-Andre Eleftheriou on

082-638- 5888 or Ryan Baisley on

072-434- 9592 for more

i n fo r m at i o n .

ýThe East London Life Savers

Club and Skinny G Productions

invite you to the first “Night Time

Good Food Market”. This monthly

gourmet food experience will

happen on the last Friday of every

month at the Nahoon Life Savers

Club. Join us for delicious food

made from local vendors, craft

beer and entertainment. Food

stalls open at 4.30pm and close

at 9pm.

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ýYellowwood Forest Fare,

Morgan’s Bay, every Saturday

from 9am to 2pm.

ýThe Centenary Tennis Club

hosts social tennis every Saturday

from 1.30pm. All welcome.

Enquiries: Maurice 082-676-9708.

ýGonubie Flea Market every

Saturday in front of the

municipality from 8am to 1pm.

Glenda 082-714- 3390.

ýLavender Blue Pineapple Walk

every Saturday, weather

permitting. Meet Yvonne in the

parking lot of Lavender Blue at

5am.

ýThe Solo Club Winter Ball will

be held tonight at the Lutheran

Church Hall in Edge Rd, Beacon

Bay with live music by Patrick's

Band from. 7pm for 7-30pm. Entry

is R80pp and includes curry and

rice. Bring your own drinks. Dress

semi- formal. Bookings with Neva

0 8 2 - 76 6 - 78 9 7 .

ýSt Andrews Lutheran Church

hosts their annual bazaar at 50

Park Avenue, East London,

starting at noon. There will be

sausage on sale, homemade

cakes, needlework, a tombola

stall, white elephant and more.

Contact 082-705- 5415 for more

i n fo r m at i o n .

ýThe support group of Diabetes

SA – EL branch meet on the first

Saturday of every month at the

Regent Hotel’s Terrace Room on

the Esplanade from 2.45pm –

4pm. Call Vrooda Makhan on

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ý The East London group of

Alcoholics Anonymous meets at the

Catholic Church Hall, Quigney at

7pm. Pieter 082-094-0959.

ý AA Kayser’s Beach at the Chapel

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ý AA Cambridge group at the

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Camfly can light up your world

Expert help with

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CAMFLY Décor

City are

celebrating their

first anniversary

in East London.

They offer beautiful

maintenance-free PVC

ceilings, walling,

magnificent lights, and

now SVP flooring at very

affordable prices.

With its head office in

East London, the Eastern

Cape coast can enjoy

quick and easy service as

well as a range of décor

products and accessories.

Camfly Décor City offers

PVC ceilings, wall panels

and flooring, aluminium

brandering, as well as

various lights, chandeliers

and accessories.

Anything and

everything you need to

install your PVC

ceilings/wall panels and

lights is also available

from Camfly Décor City.

Camfly is the first and

biggest manufacturer of

PVC ceiling products and

offers quality service and

products in all 60

branches throughout

South Africa.

Founded in 2008, the

company is affiliated with

Xionglong Trading (Pty)

Ltd in Beijing, China. This

is where the decorative

chandeliers and wall

lights are manufactured.

Owing to the many

advantages, Camfly’s

decorative and durable

PVC ceiling and wall

panels have been used all

over South Africa in

hospitals, schools, and

RDP houses.

Camfly’s PVC ceilings

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Easy to install and to

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offer excellent heat and

sound insulation.

They invite all

architects, quantity

surveyors, consulting

engineers, building and

ceiling contractors to visit

their large and modern

PVC ceiling warehouse.

Lite City in Commercial

Road as well as Eco

Lighting and Blind

Solutions in Balfour Park

are both distributors of

Camfly products.

Camfly Décor City is

open to the public from

Monday to Saturday.

Customers can visit the

warehouse showrooms

and browse the various

PVC ceilings, wall

patterns, SVP flooring, as

well as the huge selection

of lights and chandeliers.

Camfly Décor City are

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with quality prices and

prompt delivery.

They carry large

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panels/jointers and

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Border Internet comes of age

GO REPORTER

This year marks

the 21st

anniversary of

Border

Internet. Starting

from humble

beginnings out of

King William’s Town,

the business has

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grown into the

largest Wireless

Internet Service

Provider (WISP) in

the Border Kei

region.

Border Internet

offers a variety of

services to

home-users and

businesses across

the region and the

company’s primary

focus is on

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delivered via fibre,

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the emergence of

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deliver the

consistent speeds

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applications and a

next generation

network needed to

be built.

Dean Wolmarans

and Luke Phillips

recognised this and

sold Border Internet

into the HeroTel

group of companies

last year. Border

Internet forms part

of the Eastern

region of HeroTel,

including iGen,

Cloud Connect and

LCOM. “Our clients

have benefited from

a substantial

injection of capital,

skills and

information systems

with these

changes.” There

have also been a

number of staff

appointments

across technical,

sales, support,

operations and

management to

offer our customers

a superior service.

To cap off their

anniversar y

celebrations, during

the week of July 16,

Border Internet will

be launching their

new head office at

49 Bonza Bay Road,

Beacon Bay.

“It remains our

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competitive price

while maintaining a

personal service to

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Border Internet’s

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THE East London branch of the

International Society for Krishna

Consciousness (ISKON) will be

hosting a once-off premier of the

movie Hare Krishna! at

Hemingways Mall on June 1. The

movie focuses on the life of Srila

Prabhupada, the Vedic spiritual

teacher who founded the

international Krishna

Consciousness movement.

Premier of movie on Vedic spiritual teacher

He is also famous for his

translation of the holy text the

Bhagavad-Gita (B h a g ava d - G i t a

As It Is) which has been

translated into more than 60

languages.

ISKON runs a number of

programmes in East London

such as weekly Bhakti Yoga

exercises and Food for Life

drives. ISKON welcomes people

of all faiths and beliefs.

Krishna Consciousness is an

intricate belief system. There are

a few core beliefs: Dev ot e e s

believe all beings exist as part of

God (Krishna). Because of this,

all humanity is family with

Krishna as the father figure. Hare

Krishnas believe in

re-incarnation, where a soul can

enter the world in many different

bodies after the body's death.

Krishna Consciousness says

that Krishna is all-knowing,

omnipresent, and all powerful.

He is the sustaining energy of

Sundale, Just

Milk acquire

c re a m e r y

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the entire universe and the same

god as Allah, Buddha, Jehovah, etc.

For followers of Krishna

Consciousness, the Vedas – a

collection of holy texts from

India estimated to be 3000 to

4000 years old – are believed to

contain the Absolute Truth while

the Bhagavad-Gita itself, as a

literal record of Krishna's own

words, contains the essence of

the Vedas.

Those who practice Krishna

Consciousness hold devotion,

simplicity, and compassion as

some of the highest virtues. As a

result, one can find ISKON

involved in numerous charity

projects around the world.

To book your movie ticket,

phone (061 495) 3341 or

073 - 8 6 1 - 2 6 2 6 .

AWARD-winning Sundale Free Range Dairy

in the East London Industrial Development

Zone (ELIDZ) has joined forces with Just

Milk to acquire Cookhouse Creamery, one

of the largest organisation of dairy

farmers in the country.

Massive upgrades are underway at the

new Cookhouse facility which was

previously owned by Dairybelle.

The move puts Sundale firmly on the

national map and cements their position

on the shelf with other big names in the

industry. The acquisition builds upon a

R4-million investment in a cheese factory

at the East London plant in 2016.

According to HR Manager, Brian Chitwa,

the Cookhouse operations are set to boost

employment numbers and to create jobs.

“We have started recruiting and have

invited applications from former Dairybelle

employees. There has been an

overwhelming response from the local

community. All applicants will go through

the recruitment process.

“We will start operations with a team of

about 30 people, including engineers and

personnel for the finance department,” he

said.

General Manager at the Sundale

Cookhouse Creamery, Elize de Vos, said:

“At our peak, this facility employed 107

people. We look forward to developing it

to the point where we can again become

leading employers in the Cookhouse

community. The community eagerly await

the start of operations at the factory. They

are very enthusiastic about the

regeneration of the creamery and grateful

for the jobs that the construction works

have already created in the area,”.

Cookhouse is located in what can be

considered the dairy belt of South Africa.

A mere 24-kilometres east of Somerset

East, it is the home of many dairy farming

o p e r at i o n s .

It has also achieved much acclaim in

the renewable energy sector as home to

possibly the largest wind farm in Africa.

RHINO RACE CHAMPION: Bulelani Mgubo from Potsdam won the 8km men’s

race during the Ashmel SuperSPAR 8km and 5km Rhino Run that was held

on Sunday at the Oxford Striders Running Club. The race saw 334

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Time and tide

wait for no man

FEW sights and products of nature

can rival the awesome beauty and

expectation-laden awakening to a

new day of a special sunrise.

In similar vein, the transition between

day and night is heralded by a sunset that

can often mesmerise in its captivating

contrasts and cloud-enhanced glow that

hints of the reward of rest after a good

d ay ’s work. Those devotees to the regular

observance of these two solar

system-driven events understand that there

is much variation tied to prevailing weather

and atmospheric conditions, adding to the

allure in its unpredictability.

Yet, the events occur with unerring

regularit y.

On another level, the song Sunrise

Sunset (sung by Perry Como with lyrics by

Lewis Bock Jerrold / Sheldon Harnick),

introduces a human dimension that is also

particularly powerful and reflects the

inexorable passing of time:

“Is this the little girl I carried?”

“Is this the little boy at play?”

“I don’t remember growing older?”

“When did they?”

Many parents are likely to agree that the

“suddenness” of the realisation that their

“sunrise” children have grown up, conjures

up a measure of yearning for earlier and

cherished times of the exuberance of youth

and shared experiences of “growing up”.

Later in the song, the powerful verse that

reflects the realities of life and time occurs:

“Sunrise sunset, sunrise sunset!

“Swiftly fly the years,

“One season following another,

Laden with happiness and tears ...”

As each of us travels our individual

passage of life from the glorious sunrise of

birth, we would do well to remind

ourselves on a regular basis that every

opportunity should be taken energetically

and that “Time and tide wait for no man”.

CARPE DIEM:As we go through life,

we must not forget to seize the

opportunities we are presented

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B o a rd i n g

calls get

the chop

AMANDA NANO

“CALLING all passengers!”

Many passengers departing from East London

Airport will no longer hear that request to board

their flight from July 1.

Airports Company South Africa’s (Acsa)

announced on Monday that an intervention to

reduce noise levels will be applied to five other

regional airports in the country.

Acsa Regional Airports Senior Manager,

Senzeni Ndebele said they were trying to

improve customer service by implementing

noise reduction measures.

“This is in line with international best practice

where airports have adopted a ‘silent airport’

policy to improve airport ambience,” Ndebele

said.

The onus will be on passengers to carefully

make a note of their flight and boarding times,

as shown on their tickets. Standard operating

procedures for most domestic flights require

that passengers start boarding at least 30

minutes before the scheduled departure time.

Centralised terminal announcements will only

be done in cases of gate changes, flight time

changes, security matters, system failures and

extraordinary customer service problems – such

as lost minors.

Ndebele said that they “believe passengers

will benefit from an improved travel experience”.

This follows the implementation of noise

reduction measures agreed upon at other

airports in South Africa last year, after the

company commissioned independent customer

surveys which noted complaints about noise

levels in airports.

Port Elizabeth International Airport, Bram

Fischer International Airport, George Airport,

Upington International Airport and Kimberley

Airport, are also part of the “zero noise” airpor t

arrangement.

MAKING A DIFFERENCE: Members of the Deam

Alive Foundation at Masizakhe Children's

Home in Mdantsane

Picture:SUPPLIED

Foundation

keeps the

dream alive

SIVENATHI GOSA

DREAM Alive Foundation is a newly founded

organisation that was established in April this

year by East London and King William’s Town

st u d e n t s .

The foundation aims to bring change to the

lives of the poor while tackling the

socio-economic challenges in the communities.

They plan to do this by helping the youth realise

their dreams through motivation, career

awareness and mentorship.

Secretary of the foundation, Asive Sibenza,

said they started the foundation because of the

challenges that the South African youth is facing

such as drug abuse, and being homeless.

The foundation consists of about 30 members.

“On Mandela Day, the organisation will be at

Masizakhe Children's Home where we will be

spending the day with the kids. We are also in

the process of collecting donations, things like

clothes, blankets and food,” Sibenza said.


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MACHO MAN: Johan

Dillen from Gonubie

took part in the

annual Body Building

and Fitness

Competition at

Queens Grand Prix in

Queenstown recently

and managed to

come first in his

categor y

Picture:

SUPPLIED

FINER SKILLS: International coach Zach Graesfer

organises R.H Godlo Junior Primary School pupils in

Mdantsane during the Billy Magengelele Baseball

Revival Programme

Picture: SUPPLIED

DREAM TEAM: Cambridge High School’s under-15 netball team proudly display their silver medals

which they received at the recent Eastern Cape Netball Championships. They also qualified to play in

the Kay Motsepe U15 Schools Netball national tournament which will be held in Aug u st

Picture: SUPPLIED

Baseball proves one

fine catch with youth

SIVENATHI GOSA

BASEBALLER Lwazi Mlondolozi,

is on a mission to revive the

spor t.

The Billy Magengelele

Baseball Revival Programme

was launched in Mdantsane on

May 27 at Sakhile Primary

School, where Eagles coach

and baseball player, Mlondolozi,

introduced the finer skills of the

sport to attendees..

The aim of the programme is

to honour the late Sithembiso

Magengelele, who was a

well-known coach in the sport.

The GO! previously reported

(“Baseball proves a hit” May 31)

that the aim of the programme

is to revive the sport in the

Eastern Cape.

“The club has since managed

to get assistance from Play

Global in the United States of

America. The organisation sent

down an international coach,

Zach Graesfer, to the Eastern

Cape to assist with skills in

developing the code of

baseball. It was then that the

club saw it as an opportunity to

go on a bigger scale and not to

focus only in Mdantsane, but to

visit all the districts that are

participating in baseball in the

province,” Mlondolozi said.

“As much as baseball is not a

priority code in the department

of sport, recreation, arts and

culture (DSRAC), we

approached them to assist us in

terms of transport and

accommodation in three of the

districts that we visited: Alfred

Nzo, OR Tambo and Nelson

Mandela Bay.”

During visits to various

districts, pupils and coaches

were taught the basic skills of

baseball from how to hold the

bat, pitching the ball, and

swinging the bat.

“We have managed to reach

out to 436 kids and 35 officials

with only 13 schools

participating. Unfortunately,

close to 30 schools could not

make it due to examinations,”

Mlondolozi said.


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LIKE AN EAGLE: David

Canning takes to the air at

the Border Motocross

Raceway during round three

of the BMC Race Day.

Categories taking part

included MX 1 & 2, 85cc,

125cc, ladies and MX 3. The

Zane Howard Trophy for

Rider of the Day was

awarded to Josh Foster who

came third in the novice

class

Picture: TREVOR KITCHING

Soccer youth

head to Spain

SIVENATHI GOSA

INGANATHI Lose

from Star of India

Football Club, 16,

and Juliano

Botha from

Pefferville United,

also 16, were given

an official send-off

by East London

Central Local

Football Association

on Saturday at the

North End Stadium

before jetting off to

the Barcelona Youth

Club Tournament in

Spain.

Botha, a pupil at

John Bisseker

Secondary School

and Lose of

Alphendale

Secondary were

excited about the

event that kicked off

in Barcelona today.

Pair to play in Barcelona event

BARCELONE HERE WE COME: Inganathi Lose and Juliano Botha pictured with

from left Vuyo Zambodla, Nomfundo Lose, Clive Killian (Safa Nelson

Mandela Metro VP), Josephine Botha and Des Lewis (Safa coach) before the

boys jetted off to play in a youth tournament in Barcelona Picture:SUPPLIED

The technical

team is being led by

Darian Hendricks,

and EL Central LFA

vice-president Vuyo

Lambodla. They will

be assisted by Lass

Voges, a qualified

German volunteer.

Hendricks said

both players

underwent an

intensive selection

process, in

consultation with

North End-based

clubs. They will join

the Northern Areas

Local Football

Association, that

sends players to

Barcelona annually

to the Youth Club

tournament.

“The two players,

along with other

soccer players from

the rest of the

country, were in

Cape Town

yesterday travelling

to Doha, Qatar,

en-route to

Barcelona,”

Hendricks said.

He said as an

independent Local

Football Association

(LFA), they were

proud to mould

young footballers

into potentially

world class players.

“We continue to

mould the youth, so

that they get the

best opportunities.

“We will work as

hard as we can to

make sure that we

get these

opportunities for the

young players.

Lambodla said: "I

am extremely

excited that our

development has

reached a stage

where we can send

players to play in

Barcelona against

teams from all over

the world".

He said the LFA

had raised funds

with the help of a

very generous

donation of R4500

from Pefferville

Primary School. The

tournament runs

from today to July 7

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