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Bounce Gig Guide: Monday: 11th
MARK BOTHA - Barneys Tavern
KARAOKE WITH KAMAL - Captains
Tuesday: 12th
KARAOKE JOHN V - Blinking Owl
KARAOKE amp; PARTY NITE WITH DJ LADY
NATLY - Swagger
OPEN MIC WITH LINDI - Dagwood's
LIVE MUSIC WITH CHARL -
Barneys Tavern
KARAOKE WITH DORRIS - The Office
KARAOKE WITH KAMAL - Captains
GLEN WEBSTER - Castro's
LIVE ENTERTAINMENT - Escobar
LEGACY SOCIAL POKER LEAGUE -
Legacy starting 7pm
Wednesday: 13th
ASHLEY ASHINGTON - Dagwood's
GLEN WEBSTER - Barneys Tavern
HOUSE MUSIC WITH RESIDENT DJ'S -
Captains
LIVE MUSIC WITH ERIC -
Brewmaster
LADIES PARTY NITE WITH DJ DUNCAN -
Swagger
DJ MORNE SCOT - Escobar
DJ FIRAAZ - Coco de Mer
DJ'S PETE LARKIN amp; BRAD SPINDLER
- Castro's
DJ VERNON - Legacy
MARIUS VAN DER MERWE - Rover Motorcycle
Club
LIVE MUSIC WITH JONATHAN - The Old Grey
Club
KARAOKE NITE - Pig amp; Whistle,
Bathurst
VOLT - Blinking Owl
CLUB NIGHT - The Office
KOBUS GOUS - Keg amp; Swan
LIVE MUSIC WITH SIMON - Pitch amp;
Putter
KARAOKE WITH KAMAAL - Woods Sports Bar,
Bluewater Bay
MARIUS - Die Opstal
DJ CHRIS - Mam Lounge, 68 Parliament
Street
DJ VERNON - Legacy
LADIES NITE WITH DJ DUNCAN - Swagger
STEVE HOFMEYR - Potters Place, Jeffrey's Bay
Thursday: 14th
AFTER ALL - Barneys Tavern
KARAOKE KAMAL - Captains
CLUB NITE - Escobar
FOUR SEASONS FOLK CLUB - Toni's Place
MARIUS VAN WYNGAART - Tally
Ho Bar
KARAOKE GAVIN - O'Brian's, Uitenhage
KARAOKE JOHN V - Supersports
GLEN WEBSTER - Legacy
DARREN - Castro's
KARAOKE WITH CECIL ELLIS - The New Asian
KARAOKE WITH ZELDA - McCartney's Pub
amp; Restaurant, Uitenhage
MARK BOTHA - Keg amp; Swan
STEVE HOFMEYR - Potters Place, Jeffrey's Bay
Friday: 15th
LANGARM SOKKIE WITH ROMILDA - 66
Butterfield Road
VOLT - Blinking Owl
DERREN FULLER - Dagwood's
THE CRAVE - Barneys Tavern
ERIC - Brewmaster
LIVE MUSIC WITH NICO - The South African
PARTY NITE WITH DJ UPTON - Swagger
GLEN WEBSTER - Keg
amp; Swan
KARAOKE GAVIN - Mulligans
KARAOKE WITH DWAYNE - Humepark Bar
ROY amp; FRIENDS - Die Opstal
GLEN FULLER - Barmy Army
MARIUS VAN WYNGAART - Tally Ho Bar
DJ RONALDO - Pitch amp; Putter
CLAIR ( 4- 8PM) DJ (8PM - 4AM) -
Castro's
MR SHAKES - Legacy 9pm 'til
late
TRANS PARTY - Glendore Arms
TABZ SOUL amp; JAZZ - The
Manhattan Lounge
ROB MILNE - Mandarin Inn, Walmer
KARAOKE WITH ZELDA - Jaggers, Uitenhage
DJ CHRIS - Mam Lounge, 68 Parliament
Street
FRIENDLY FRIDAYS PLUG amp; PLAY -
Warmer Gardens, 118 main Road Walmer
DUNE/EDDIE KRUGER - Woods Sports Bar,
Bluewater Bay (from 8pm)
KARAOKE WITH CECIL ELLIS - Demis Train,
Kings Beach
MAGNA CARTE LIVE - Bathurst Arms,
Bathurst
Saturday: 16th
DJ CRAZEE - Blinking Owl
KARAOKE NIX - Dagwood's
MUD amp; HONEY - Barneys Tavern
DJ SHANE BARNES - Swagger
KOBUS amp; RITA - Tally Ho Bar
KARAOKE GAVIN - O'Brian's, Uitenhage
KARAOKE ZELDA - Waterford Hotel,
Uitenhage
KARAOKE amp; MUSIC WITH BRENDA -
Fly Boyz, Port Alfred
HIP HOP amp; R N B MUSIC - Captains
ROCK NIGHT @ CASTRO'S - Castro's
KARAOKE WITH DORIS - The Office Sports
Bar
DJ CHRIS - Mam Lounge, 68 Parliament
Street
DISCO WITH DWAYE - Demis Train, Kings
Beach
DJ NATLY / KARAOKE WITH KAMAAL - Woods
Sports Bar, Bluewater Bay
PARTY NITE WITH DJ VIC - Legacy
RESIDENT DJ's - Coco De Mer
KILT amp; CLAYMORE REUNION WITH GLEN WEBSTER
- VP Club, Southend
Sunday: 17th
DARREN amp; ROSTIL - Barneys Tavern
MARIUS - Glendore Arms
KARAOKE WITH JOHN V - Legacy
JOHN DICKEN - Elephant Walk
LIGHT JAZZ WITH CLIFFIE amp; HARRY
- Primi Coastal
JAZZ EVENING WITH MOJAZZ - 52
Parliament Street
SUNDAY JAZZ VIBES - News Café
THE TOMBOYS - Die Opstal
CHILL OUT JAZZ - Captains
KARAOKE WITH ROMILDA - 66 Butterfield
Road
LIVE MUSIC experience the ultimate in
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KARAOKE WITH JOHN V - Legacy
LIVE MUSIC BAND WITH MARIUS - Demis
Train, King Beach
STEFAN - Barmy Army
DEON amp; KEVIN MATTEUS - Pitch
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 Ward 3 Reportwww.MyPE.co.za:
To see how hard
working Ward
Councillors go about their jobs, see Ward
3's councillor, Andre
Goosen's report below, and don't forget to
see what Jeremy
Davis has been up to in Ward
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From
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WARD 3 REPORT - September 2010
In this Report:
Safety and Security
Infrastructure
Engineering and Energy
Economic
Development Tourism and Agriculture
Safety amp; Security
There were the normal monthly reports by Disaster
Management, Fire amp; Emergency Services and Safety amp;
Security.
The introduction of AARTO (Administrators Adjudication of
Road Traffic Offences) Act has been postponed and the new date will be
gazetted in due course. The AARTO essentially removes the collecting of
fines from our Traffic Department.
Traffic amp; Licencing Services were obliged to
purchase two break-down vehicles for the FIFA 2010 World Cup to avoid
delay in response by private break-down services. During this period
the total of 151 abandoned vehicles were recovered resulting an income
of R102 632 to Council. The committee recommended that Traffic
amp; Licencing Services be permitted to perform this service as
part of their normal duties and the fees have also been recommended
i.e. a light vehicle (0 - 2 ton) will cost R120 for a call out during
normal hours and R224 for towing within a radiance of 20 Km. The prices
for larger vehicles increase significantly.
In July 2010 there were163 accidents and of these 3 were
fatal.
Traffic amp; Licensing Services collected over R43
million for July 2009 to May 2010. The revenue for parking meters was
only R150 635 and the budget was R1 million.
A detailed report on the overview and analysis of
non-ferrous metal thefts impact on the
NMBM matter was discussed. An in principle decision was taken to accept
the report and for the establishment of a non-ferrous metal task force
comprising an additional 25 Security Officers at the cost of
R4,538 million which will be under the control of the
Security Sub- Directorate. Five officials
from the Security Sub-Directorate will under take 10 day visit to the
Cape Town Metro to investigate "all aspects of the copper heads" since
the copper heads has reduced the theft of copper in the Cape Town Metro
significantly. The following relevant statistics highlight the impact
of copper cable theft in South Africa: Cost R500 million to replace
stolen cables each year and R2, 5 billion in resulting of losses;
Copper cable theft in Cape Town in 2008 cost R22 million; In 2004 R33
million was stolen from Eskom; Spoornet lost R1.6 million a day in 2005
because cable theft stopped an average of 8 trains a day from
operating.
Brazen thieves have left crucial roads, including a 10 Km
stretch of the N2, Target Kloof, Govan Mbeki Avenue, Beach Road in
Humerail and Matanzima Road in Kwanobuhle in the dark and the
authorities admit they are fighting a loosing battle. The public are
requested to keep their eyes open and report any suspicious behaviour
with respect to copper theft to the police.
Infrastructure
Engineering and Energy
For the 2010 / 11 budget the target is set to connect
electricity approximately 6188 households. The capital budget
allocation for this project is R32, 021 million.
In the report on the automated meter reading the officials
clearly stated that the pilot project was not viable. The committee
however has asked for a detailed report on our contractual agreements
etc.
In the report on the staff turnover for Electricity
amp; Energy it was reported that only one permanent member
resigned over the past two years.
Five trainees who went through a development process have
been appointed within the Sub-Directorate.
Thirteen trainee technicians have completed their National
Diplomas.
Council is advocating the conversion of credit meters to
prepaid meters. The cost in 2008 / 9 was calculated and R350 inclusive
of labour and equipment and in 2009 / 10 the cost escalated
to R645. I have received a report that it now costs R350 to install a
prepaid meter.
At the end of July our Dams are 36.3% full. This is still
very low and everyone is urged to save water.
From the reports of the bacterial and chemical content of
our drinking water it is evident that the water of the NMBM is of good
quality and safe for human consumption.
In the report on the capital expenditure of Infrastructure
amp; Engineering it was shown that 99% of the amended budget was
spent. Certain sums of money have been carried over into the next
financial year.
The capital budget for Infrastructure amp; Engineering
for the 2010 / 11 financial year is R1, 349 million.
A Water amp; Sanitation service development levy will
be workshoped prior to going for public participation. This fund will
essentially be for the introduction of bulk services which are being
developed and the funds will be used to maintain the infrastructure.
Rosedale in Uitenhage has a development layout which can
accommodate 802 sites. In 2005 the land was initially invaded by
approximately 150 families and now there are approximately 500 illegal
shacks which are not positioned correctly as per the approved layout .
This has led to the situation were these shacks do not have the access
to sanitation services. Even the pail system cannot be introduced
because there is no access for the vehicles who collect pails. This is
a major health hazard as the residents are using the bushes. At this
stage no bush clearing and pegging will commence until the Municipality
has complied with the conditions of the RoD.
The capital projects for Ward 3 are as follows: Upgrading
of Main Road, Walmer, from 14th Avenue to William Moffet which is at
the tender stage; Widening of Heugh Road from 3rd to 10th Avenue which
is in the preliminary design stage; Design, tender and reconstruction
of roads to be used as alternates routes such as Buffelsfontein Road
(10th Avenue) Wentworth Street it is in the preliminary design process;
The installation of traffic signal equipments will not be implemented;
The rehabilitation and improvements to existing storm water systems is
in the preliminary planning stage.
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 Call on Private Sector to Join in Rejuvenation of Centralwww.MyPE.co.za: The
Metro has spent enormous sums of money on upgrading Central. I feel the
private sector should follow suit and upgrade privately owned buildings.
One must bear in mind that the model was formulated for Johannesburg
and there are bound to be some shortcomings when applied to Central,
Port Elizabeth; these would apply to business zonings and the
historical and heritage consideration.
The first area of concern is business rezoning from Residential zoning
as there is no clear indication in the process for them to be assured
of getting business rights for buildings that really have no other
economic use. They tend to shy away from investing in unknown outcomes
which to me is common sense. I would like to suggest that a business
blanket be declared over the area of Central, excluding Richmond Hill,
as was done in Newton Park with great success. Obviously sensitive
historic buildings will have to be excluded. If this procedure were
followed, investment in Central would greatly increase.
In terms of the historical consideration there are a few aspects that
can be categorized. For a start the area has not seen meaningful
development for so long that most of the buildings fall into the 60
year protection law. The area in terms of the expiry of the economic
life (50 years) and as a result of maintenance neglect, is now classed
as a dilapidated area. A city centre to remain dynamic in terms of
growth has to experience new development, i.e. new buildings being
erected.
As there is little or no land available in the city centre, this can
only be achieved by the demolishment of certain existing buildings of
no historical or heritage value. Furthermore, owners of buildings that
merit protection should be compensated in some form or another,
possibly reduced rates.
If these two elements are dealt with, the city centre will flourish
encouraging both local and out of town investors. These investors will
be assured of lower risk profiles and calculable returns in an area
tailor made for investment opportunities that can but lead to new
development. This will allow Port Elizabeth to be recognised as a
traditional city in the above described format.
Regards
Jeremy Davis
Ward 5
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 Resurgent Pheiffer edges Viljoen outwww.MyPE.co.za:
Walmer Club's former junior national champion Roger Pheiffer turned
back the clock to sprint to a narrow victory in the Mecer-NMMU
Cycle
Race over 100 kilometres in a windy Port Elizabeth on Sunday.
Pheiffer, 33, edged
out Mecer-NMMU's defending champion Conrad Viljoen
in a thrilling dash to the line after a solo breakaway by the latter
was thwarted in the closing stages.
Ronnie Scheffer (Mecer-NMMU) snatched the final podium position ahead
of Brent Pheiffer (Walmer) and Johannesburg's Sam de Swardt
(Toyota-Cycle Lab).
The leading bunch, consisting of 12 riders after five were tailed off
in the run-in to the finish, crossed the line in a fast two hours 27
minutes and 24 seconds.
Toyota-Cycle Lab's Lindi Erasmus won an equally close women's race in
2:39:09. Walmer's Allison Hertel was second in the same time with
Friendly City Cycles' Ingrid Brown third in 2:47:59.
"I was working for Brent, but he started cramping towards the end and
told me I should go for the sprint if I had the legs. That is when I
realised it could be my day," said an ecstatic Pheiffer, who recorded
his first win since returning to top-level racing three years ago.
"My aim was to turn into the home straight in the first three
positions, so I started moving towards the front over the final two
kilometres. I turned first, with Conrad on my wheel, and was able to
hold him off.
"I knew that I was sprinting well, but I haven't been climbing well
enough to make it count. I've been riding a lot of hills recently and
it seems to be paying off."
Viljoen was responsible for the day's major move after attacking on the
Maitlands climb at the 45-kilometre mark and staying clear for more
than 40 kilometres.
He built a maximum lead of one minute, but was always going to struggle
to keep off an attentive chasing bunch and was finally hauled back with
less than 10 kilometres to go.
"I felt that if we worked together and kept a fast pace on the climbs
to minimise his advantage, we would have a good chance of closing the
gap once we hit the flat sections on Seaview Road," said Pheiffer.
He got his wish, but was one of several to succumb to the fast pace set
set by Toyota-Cycle Lab's Earl O'Reilly and Masters and Ladies' Pascal
Pau. "I didn't panic and was able to reintegrate with a few others on
the downhill towards Seaview."
Pheiffer was full of praise for Viljoen's effort, saying he would've
been a deserving winner. "I don't know how he managed to stay ahead for
so long. He rode like a machine."
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 This is How you Defuse a Situation NMBTwww.MyPE.co.za: With
reference to this MyPE article published on 7 October 2010: Tourism Nepotism? we have been
sent a copy of a letter sent all NMBT stakeholders from the CEO's Desk.
Admirable that it is that the NMBT CEO has taken time out to explain
the reasons why NMBT supported the recent New Brighton Wine Festival
which was an Imbizo Event run by her husband Motse Mfuleni we feel that
this would be an ideal opportunity to to place the remarks by the NMBT
CEO next to an 'explanation' that we feel would have been far more
adequate in putting people's minds at rest and, in fact, would have
demonstrated a sense of Ubuntu, empathy and new direction.
The CEO's letter is in
the LHS Column, the MyPE suggested letter is in
the RHS Column:
This past week there was some
negative media in The Herald newspaper
regarding NMBT and myself. I would like to take the opportunity to be
transparent with you, the loyal members and supporters of tourism in
Nelson Mandela Bay. I must say that I am quite invigorated by the
recent media reports. It's actually an opportunity, in the guise of bad
press, because I get to set the record straight once and for all and
show how good, transparent leadership is going to drive NMBT in the
future.
Motse Mfuleni is my husband and the owner of Imbizo Events. I assure
you, however, that Imbizo Events, in no way benefits from this private
relationship. I am completely professional and approach my professional
life as 100% separate from my personal life. However, like all other
paid up members of Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism, we do support Imbizo
Events when they are involved in events that speak to tourism in Nelson
Mandela Bay.
The support it not financial - NMBT does not support events
financially. Rather we choose to focus on assisting with marketing,
promotions and advertising, depending on the event, as some events
contribute massively to the city as tourism draw-cards.
There seems to be some commotion about the New Brighton Wine Festival -
which was an Imbizo Events conceived initiative not an NMBT one - and a
perception that Imbizo Events in some way specially benefited from NMBT
support.
The Wine Festival, in fact was such a success, the Red Location Museum
has confirmed, that it surpassed the popularity of the Soweto Wine
Festival, on which it was based.
Over 10 000 people came to this
inaugural event in New Brighton. Only 7 000 people attended the Soweto
Wine Festival this year; illustrating quite clearly the tourism
potential of this event.
Wow - what a month this first
one as NMBT CEO has been! Little did I
realise that I would be creating a buzz of outrage in my inaugural
month as
well. Please forgive me for not being able to be timeously
open and
transparent with you in regards to the New Brighton Wine Festival and
my relationship with Imbizo Events. I am sure that you will appreciate
the enormous pressure we in the tourist industry have been exposed to
recently and filling the position of CEO has been incredibly time
consuming. As a result I erred in my judgement over the Wine Festival
support given by NMBT.
A wise person in the media told me recently that I should have
immediately distanced myself and NMBT from any involvement with my
husband and Imbizo Events (no matter how much I love him and believed
in the tourism potential of the Wine Festival). Unfortunately I
believed that all tourism product owners and operators would see the
potential and forgive me for giving my beloved support from the word
go. Then I erred in not immediately issuing a statement the day that
the media started asking questions about my relationship with Motse and
NMBT. All I can do is ask you to understand that I have the good of
this region uppermost in my mind and will be more mindful when
'appearing
to cross the line' in future.
I realise that financial support is not only in the form of signing a
cheque but also extends to the giving of time, promotional products,
staff and the 'twisting of arms' to get exposure for the event. Here I
must thank my loyal, hard working staff for providing the impetus for
this succesful event as well as our partners in the media for
publicising the event beforehand.
Our market research shows that of the 10 000 people who attended the
inaugural New Brighton Wine Festival, 500 specifically came to Port
Elizabeth to attend this event, spending a total of 1 500 bed nights in
accommodation in our region, 20 potential investors in the Eastern Cape
attended the Festival as part of a delegation led by the Finance MEC.
Media monitoring indicates that as at 8 October 2010 the media exposure
value of the Wine Festival was a total of R1 225 000.00 split between:
TV - R450 000.00, Radio - R200 000.00, Print - R350 000.00 and Online
Media - R225 000.00.
PLEASE NOTE - these
are NOT genuine figures only an illustration!
Waddya think?
How did you react upon reading the letter extracts in the LHS Column?
Now tell us how you reacted when reading the suggested letter that the
NMBT CEO should have sent out in the RHS Column?
Do me a favour, though, if you don't agree tell us why.
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 Finalists Take it Easy Before Big Clashwww.MyPE.co.za: On
Friday 9 October Absa Currie Cup 1st division log leaders, SWD, met the
Griffons in a First Division semifinal at Outeniqua Park in George.
Pundits expected SWD to cruise to an easy victory against the Griffons
but they had to dig deep to win 32-30 after trailing 18-27 at halftime.
In Port Elizabeth at the Nelson
Mandela Bay Stadium on Saturday 9
October similar scenes were taking place in the EP Kings clash against
the Boland Cavaliers who, throughout the match, held the lead no less
than 7 times during the see saw match.
It appears as though the coaches of the SWD and EP Kings sides put their
'B' side players in to play or were forced to rest injury hit players
ahead of the Absa Currie Cup First Division Final which will be played
in George at Outeniqua Park on Saturday 16 October between SWD and the
EP Kings.
EP Kings scored their
points as follows:
9th Minute: Monty Dummond slots a penalty over from in
front of the poles. (3-0)
19th minute: Another successful Dumond penalty. (6-5)
35th minute: Try by Scrumhalf Gerrie Odendaal. (11-15)
36th minute: Successful conversion by Dumond. (13-15)
37th minute: A blistering 40 metre run by Norman Nelson
leaving 4 opposition players clutching air and score under the poles -
definitely my try of the match. (18-15)
38th minute: Successful conversion by Dumond. (20-15)
46th minute: Drop Goal from the boot of Dumond. (23-18)
62nd minute: Penalty from the boot of Dumond. (26-25)
Final Score:
EP Kings 26 - Boland Cavaliers 25.
EP Kings flanker and man of the match, Jacques Potgieter was denied a
try by the TMO ref in the 77th minute after EP had camped on the Boland
tryline phase after phase in a spirited attempt to stretch the final
score.
Areas for improvement:
EP Kings seem to need work in the tackling department -
maybe a return to the good old 'aim for the ankles' will help in
bringing their opposition down in a more productive manner.
Passing has improved but still needs some work and
communication when the centres go for the long pass.
A bit of crowding on the one wing needs to be ironed out.
Certain players need to practice team playing and not only
going alone for the line time after time.
A BIG ONE for me is the crowd booing opposition kickers -
come on guys, it may be considered cool but Port Elizabeth is the
Friendly City -
let the man get on with his job and allow us to say; "We beat them fair
and square". Remember all the signs at the Old Boet that said; "Geen
Uitjouery"?
Points Scorers:
Kings 26 - Tries: Gerrie Odendaal, Norman Nelson.
Conversions: Monty Dumond (2). Penalties: Dumond (3). Drop goal: Dumond.
Cavaliers 25 - Tries: Jacquin Jansen, Alex Kock, Brendon
April. Conversions: Jansen (2). Penalties: Jansen (2).
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 R50.00 For a Lawnmower? Chances are it is Stolenwww.MyPE.co.za: From
the Atlas Security Crime
Newsletter we have picked out a couple of interesting crime incidents:
R50.00
For a Lawnmower? Chances are it is Stolen
Another
couple tied up during house robbery in Mill Park
Vagrants
assault schoolboy in William Moffat
ATLAS
arrest East London burglar in Walmer area - stolen bag recovered
Unlucky
bag snatcher learns that crime does not pay
Neighbourhood
Watch Contacts
Crime
Snapshots
R50.00
For a Lawnmower? Chances are it is Stolen
Alan, Richmond Hill Crime Forum Chairperson writes:
"Last week sometime a woman in the Suffolk Street area offered a
chappie a job for the day cutting the lawn as he had approached her for
food aid. She gave him the instruction and the lawnmower and left him
to it. He had other plans though and merely wandered off with the mower
and sold it for R50.00, most probably less than what she would have
paid him but he had a heroin addiction to attend to so he did not worry
about the future, he needed it then to function.
Yesterday morning I spotted him standing outside Milly's shop with an
associate and promptly alerted the ex-owner of the lawnmower to
identify him, which she positively did and he was arrested and taken
into custody where he admitted to his devious deeds. Maybe a few days
without the need might help. Anyway he is now known to us and won't be
around here again."
Another couple tied up during
house robbery in Mill Park
A couple in Westview Drive, Mill Park endured a traumatising house
robbery shortly after 20h30 on Monday evening.
The husband and wife were alone at home when two criminals, wearing
balaclavas, gained entry into their house. The men held the couple at
gunpoint and demanded them to lie flat on the floor. They bound the
couple with cable ties and began their search for valuables.
They ransacked the entire house and gathered a laptop, a firearm,
jewellery and other smaller items. They forced the owners to hand over
their bank cards and tortured them for the pin numbers.
While they were busy gathering their loot, the family's daughter-in-law
arrived and walked right into the robbery. The thieves quickly grabbed
her and threw her into the swimming pool and then tied her up as well
and fled the scene.
It is alleged that the criminals used a getaway vehicle that was
waiting for them down the road and an eyewitness added that it was a
white Nissan Sentra.
After the robbery, the family managed to untie themselves and called
ATLAS and the police to the scene and a full investigation was
conducted.
Vagrants assault schoolboy in
William Moffat
Two vagrants in their early twenties assaulted a schoolboy in William
Moffat Expressway, William Moffat just before 13h00 on Wednesday
afternoon last week.
The scholar and his friend was playing baseball when they hit the ball
over the perimeter wall. One of the boys jumped over the wall to
collect the ball and as soon as he got to the other side, two vagrants
approached him. They pushed him around and stabbed him in his arm.
The boy screamed for help and his friend looked over the wall and
witnessed what was happening. The vagrants fled when they saw the boy's
friend. Both boys ran to the office in the yard in which they were
playing and alerted an adult of the incident.
The owner at the institution called ATLAS and reported the assault
while a first-aider on site treated the boy's wound. When ATLAS and the
police arrived on the scene, the boys issued the security team with a
description of the vagrants and a search party was launched. They
combed the thick bushes right down to Dodds Farm, but found no trace of
the suspects.
The Response Officers were excused from the investigation and could not
confirm whether a case was opened.
ATLAS
arrest East London burglar in Walmer area - stolen bag recovered
A concerned and alert First Avenue, Walmer ATLAS subscriber called the
Control Room at 18h38 on Thursday evening when she noticed a suspicious
looking man sitting outside her house.
She gave a clothing description of the suspect and the Response
Officers were dispatched to the scene. When they arrived, they found
that the man had moved from where he had been sitting. They searched
the area and found him further up the road. He was in possession of a
large bag and as the Response Officers approached him, they noticed
that he was holding a camera and cell phone.
Once the Officers began questioning the suspect, he became very
aggressive and tried to attack them. He was arrested and the bag was
confiscated from him. The police were called to the scene to
investigate the incident.
Among all the valuables, they found a clothing item in the bag that
contained a cell phone number and the owner was traced. The bag
belonged to a Durban school girl who had stayed in a hotel in East
London the previous night after taking part in a sporting event. The
girl's mother confirmed that someone had broken through the window of
the hotel room in East London and had stolen her daughter's bag.
Somehow the perpetrator managed to get the bag from East London to Port
Elizabeth. The police detained the suspect and will investigate.
Unlucky bag snatcher learns that
crime does not pay
An ATLAS Officer patrolling in First Avenue, Walmer was stopped shortly
before 14h00 on Sunday afternoon by a distressed woman whose handbag
had just been snatched by a "Rastafarian" looking man close to the
crematorium.
The police were alerted and a search of the area was immediately
conducted. Swift reaction and a good description from the woman
resulted in the suspect being arrested not far from the scene of the
crime. He had a number of cell phones in his possession and was taken
to the Walmer police station for further questioning and the goods were
confiscated.
The woman and her husband also went to the police station to identify
and claim their stolen goods that ATLAS and the police had recovered.
In a separate incident on Monday afternoon, the ATLAS Armed Response
Officer patrolling in the Walmer area close to First Avenue, was
stopped by two distraught women who had also had their handbags and
cell phones stolen by another opportune suspect shortly before
16h00.The police were called out but the search for the short, bald man
proved fruitless.
Neighbourhood
Watch
Contacts:
Framesby Neighbourhood Watch: Danie 083-654-5764, Dirk
082-570-0328
Fernglen Community Watch: Contact Corrie Meyer 0832709895
or Ken Jack
0845108691
Garden Suburb Crime Forum: This area includes Lorraine,
Lorraine Manor,
Kamma Park, Kamma Heights, Goldwater, Woodlands, Weybridge Park, Kragga
Kamma Park and Hancorn. Contact Glenn Scheepers on 084-288-0594 for
more information.
Greenbushes/Waterkloof Neighbourhood watch: D Thomas
082-968-6984 or
041 372 2310 or donthom[at]telkomsa.net.
You can also contact Wilhelm
Puchert on 082-473-0084 or Jeffrey Slater on 084-504-2526
Mount Croix area: Jacquie 083-740-9734 or 041-373-5015
jacquieb[at]lantic.net
Millard Grange (Incorporating Glendinningvale and Parsons
Hill): Tim
mgcfpost[at]inconsult.co.za
or call 082-781-1770.
Mount Pleasant: Residents from Mount Pleasant East (Rhodes
St. east to
Glendore-Genadendal) can contact Edward on 078-114-1669. Mount Pleasant
West (Rhodes St. west to Boundary Lane) can contact Donald on
082-320-9990
Redhouse Weekend Neighbourhood Watch: David 041-463-2734
and
082-411-7429
South End Community Watch: Karen Karen[at]xtremeacademy.co.za
or call
082-320-3154
Summerstrand Neighbourhood Watch: Clifford 041-583-2541 or
072-306-8812
Sydenham Neighbourhood Watch: Maureen Viviers 082-868-7930
or Noleen
Dippenaar 083-489-4093
Westering Neighbourhood Watch: Nigel Fitt neighbourhoodwatch[at]westering.za.net
or 082-747-1471
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 Live Port Elizabeth News, Comments and Opinions Wantedwww.MyPE.co.za: In a
nod to the Group Sex for Amoebas and Twitterati instant gratification
section of our community, we invite you to take part in this live
'ticker news stream'. The idea is to aggregate, collate, publich and
comment whatever is going on in PE below in a live stream. The concept
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We are looking for items
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Civic concerns - missing lights, potholes, broken road
signs, illegal dumping, increase in criminal activity etc.
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Basically - anything to do with Port Elizabeth and it's
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You can use a number of Twitter hashtags (#) to make your tweets appear
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Posted by mype on Friday, October 08 @ 07:13:01 SAST (Click Here to Comment | Score: 0)
 Will Someone Please Define Elite, Top and Some Other Words for me?www.MyPE.co.za: A
kinda recent article in The
Weekend Post / Herald
Online actually got me to reply and leave a comment.
The article - PE boy bowls even the big names over
- is about a 9 year old Grey
Junior School pupil, Tiaan van Vuuren, whose talent as a
left-handed bowler was noticed by indoor cricketers in January this
year, resulting in him being invited to take part in the Eastern
Province cricket trials. Tiaan, who was only eight at the time, made
the u-11 team. In April he tried out for the SA team and also secured a
spot on the national side.
Pretty damned impressive if I say so myself.
Of course as a fellow ex pupil of this ELITE/TOP/(Insert emotive word here)
School I find myself often jumping to the defence of the school and
correcting misguided comments such as those made by liya12 (is that
Liya who is 12 or Liya in Grade 12 or Liya in Cell number 12?).
Liya12's comments were the usual whine; "Well if I got to go to a
private school such as Grey then I would also be a wonderful cricketer
and things would just fall into my lap because I would be priveleged
and I hate my parents for being poor and I just hate myself every day
for not being GIVEN the opportunity to go to such a school so instead
of trying to make it better I will rather write comments using a stupid
pseudonym and attempt to drag everyone else down to my level rather
than building people up, which is just so hard and I am just so lazy
which would not be the caes if I was spoon fed and attended a top
school - whine, whine, whine whine" - or words to that effect.
I am sure you get the point - anyway in my haste to reply I, purely by
mistake, reported Liya12's comments as abuse. Since corrected I might
add.
Okay - moving on, liya12's comments got me thinking so I would like to
add some more thoughts into the universe:
Both liya12 and I got caught in the same trap - since when did
"Reporting of the Facts" become "Sensationalising of Opinion"? You will
notice that when our local dailies report on "shock, gasp, horror"
incidents involving one of our better schools emotive words such as
'top', 'elite' and 'exclusive' are used.
And, not only are schools subject to sensational adjectives which
pepper our news. I recently observed an article mentioning a Port
Elizabeth lawyer who spent some time in jail being reffered to as a TOP
PE Lawyer. Does that make sense to you? I certainly would be of the
impression that a TOP PE Lawyer would be able to keep himself out of
jail!
Of course, should you be caught in a compromising photograph clutching
an appendage in each hand that clearly does not belong to you or your
husband then you are instantly elevated to a 'famous person' who is in
a position of trust and influence over thousands of young minds. So
what if you enjoy a little bit of the crazy stuff? What is next - a
witch hunt to determine the sexual desires and orientation of teachers,
priests, policemen, traffic cops, politicians, journalists and other
persons in positions of power over youngsters? Heaven forbid that they
have sex in any position other than missionary.
Sad, very sad, especially when some people live by the credo; "Don't
hate any specific group, rather hate everyone
equally!"
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Posted by mype on Thursday, October 07 @ 16:56:19 SAST (Click Here to Comment | Score: 0)
 DA Calls for Eastern Cape Health MEC and Officals To Step Downwww.MyPE.co.za: The
failing public healthcare system in the Eastern Cape is a ticking time
bomb, ready to blow. Clearly, the MEC for Health, Phumullo Masualle,
who is also the provincial chairperson of the ANC in the Eastern Cape,
cannot hold down both positions. The Democratic Alliance call on the
MEC and his top officials to do right thing and step down.
The evidence shows that the health budget is overspent on
entertainment, travel expenditure, accommodation for officials.
Accruals are at R500-million, irregular expenditure at R84-million,
fruitless expenditure at R17-million, unauthorised expenditure of
R776-million has been incurred, an overdraft exists of R450-million and
approximately R800-million has been spent on erroneous OSD and HROPT
payments.
On top of this, 453 additional cases of financial misconduct have been
reported in the Eastern Cape Department of Health.
The latest report tabled in the Legislature by the Portfolio committee
on Health is once again an indication of the problems within the
department. (report is attached, see report 2 on the ATC).
We are living in a province where the portfolio committee on health
regularly reports to the Legislature that X-ray machines are more
faulty than functional, that more than often there are no x-ray films
available, that hospitals do not have sufficient vehicles, that the
linen is dirty, funds are misallocated, medicines do not arrive at
clinics and hospitals, there is a lack of medical equipment,
maintenance on buildings has last been done in the 1980's and that we
do not have enough staff to run even half of our facilities. The
department is 64% under-staffed.
Recently the casualty unit at the Port Elizabeth Provincial Hospital
was closed without any warning; a note was placed on the door advising
people to go to the casualty unit at the
Livingstone Hospital. The reality is that the poor people who voted for
this government to address their needs are now queuing for hours on end
for TB medication and antiretroviral drugs without hope of receiving
it. TB patients have developed extreme resistance to drugs, not because
they are not willing to take the drugs, but because when they come to
collect their drugs, the drugs have not been delivered to the clinics.
With the second largest budget in the province - R13,46-billion - the
department of health has a moral and professional responsibility to
provide a service to the electorate.
The Democratic Alliance believes that if we spend half of the money
which is being wasted on mismanagement on clinics and primary health
care, we will be taking the pressure off our hospitals.
If we provide a 24-hour service at major clinics, manned by properly
trained staff, the evidence is that the relief on hospitals will be so
big that we would be in a position to clear out the backlogs.
On the maintenance front the situation is so bad that in certain
hospitals even burnt out light bulbs are not being replaced anymore. If
we can get small local maintenance businesses to paint hospitals,
repair pavements and doors and then maybe we won't have to write in our
portfolio committee report that the Tower Psychiatric Hospital in the
Nkonkobe Municipality was last painted in 1985.
The fact of the matter is that the time bomb this government has
created in healthcare in this province is ready to blow and there is
really nothing the ANC can do to prevent it.
The Health MEC and his officials do not have the capacity or knowledge
to work this miracle. It is time for a new team.
Pine Pienaar, MPL
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 Pheiffer Hoping for Sprint Finishwww.MyPE.co.za:
Walmer Cycling Club's Brent Pheiffer is hoping for a sprint finish to
dethrone reigning champion Conrad Viljoen in the Mecer-NMMU
Cycle Race over 100 kilometres in Port Elizabeth on Sunday 10 October
2010.
Having kicked off his
2010 campaign with his breakthrough victory (in
the Volkswagen
Cycle Tour) in early January, the 19-year-old believes he can sign off
his season with a second major title if conditions favour a bunch
finish.
"If the race stays together, I should have a better than even chance of
taking out the sprint," said the rising young star, who won two medals
at last weekend's South African track championships in Cape Town.
Pheiffer however believed it would take a major effort to neutralise
Viljoen, who won the national student tour in Bloemfontein over the
weekend, and Mecer-NMMU team-mate Reghardt Koen. "They had the perfect
preparation and I think they will be tough to beat on Sunday.
"Although I'm short on miles, I'm hoping that my track speed will pull
me through if everything stays together," said Pheiffer, who won the
bunch sprint for sixth place in the recent Defy-Makro Cycle Tour.
However, even if the race came down to a sprint, he did not write off
Viljoen. "He won the Defy-Makro from a breakaway group that included
several sprinters."
Pheiffer, who placed fifth last year, said a south-easterly wind was
being forecast for Sunday, which should play into his hands. "If anyone
gets away on the Maitlands or Three Sisters climbs, they will be riding
into a headwind on the way back.
"Under those conditions, and if the peloton works together, it will be
difficult for lone riders or small groups to establish a significant
gap. Then a bunch finish becomes a possibility and hopefully I will
have the legs to make an impact."
By the same token, Pheiffer pointed out, a south-westerly wind would
assist a small group that got away on the climbs, especially if there
was indecision in the peloton – exactly what happened last year when
Viljoen and team-mate Jade Muller went clear to win comfortably.
Apart from the Mecer-NMMU
riders, which also include the in-form Ronnie Scheffer and Kellan
Gouveris, Pheiffer did not write off Friendly City Cycles' Welcome
Stokwe, Walmer's Andrew Young, Nick Cape and Roger Pheiffer and
Mecer-Toshiba's Gerrit Nel.
With defending champion Anriette Schoeman (Biogen Toyota) at the
Commonwealth Games, the women's race should be between Toyota-Cycle
Lab's Lindi Erasmus and Gail Willimot (third last year) and Walmer's
Allison Hertel (runner-up).
The race starts at 7am at the Xerox NMMU Stadium on the South Campus
with registration between 2pm and 4pm on Saturday. Apart from the
feature race, there will be 45km, 5km and 1km events.
For more information, contact Theresa on 041 504 3145, 082 773 9892 or theresa.leroux[at]nmmu.ac.za.
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 As die Kat weg iswww.MyPE.co.za:
ATKV-PEAAT will be presenting it's annual Afrikaans comedy production
"As die Kat weg is" from 12 – 16 October 2010 at the Little Theatre.
This hilarious British farce was written by Johnnie Mortimer and Brian
Cooke - writers of the original BBC's Father, Dear Father; and Men from
the Ministry; which delighted South African listeners of Springbok
Radio for many years.
Responsible for many well-known tv sitcoms, this dynamic duo inspired a
number of series which were also remade for the American television
market, in the '70s and '80s. Three's Company, The Ropers, and Three's
a Crowd were all subsequently screened by the SABC.
A theatre version of Mildred amp; George was renamed When the
Cat's Away... and this comedy gem has been translated, updated and
given a South African flavour by Pierre van Pletzen – 7de Laan's Oubaas
and well-known actor, writer, and academic.
When sisters Marie and Louise go away together, leaving their husbands
behind, it isn't long before the philandering Sarel persuades reluctant
Neels to help entertain a pair of young ladies. Of course we all know
what happens when the wives return earlier than expected...!
Mariette Etsebeth directs a strong ensemble of well-known performers,
together with younger talent. Andrew Horne, Emercia de Lange, Anton
Steyn and Marelize Booyens team up with hilarious results, while
newcomers Lynette Van der Walt en Anuscka Vorster complete the cast.
Tickets at R70 are available at the Westway
Cafe in the Westway Centre,
at 349 Cape Road, Newton Park.
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 Nelson Mandela Metro Provincial Arrears at R72,5 millionwww.MyPE.co.za:
National and provincial departments owe a total amount of R72,583
million to the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Municipality. This emerged
on Wednesday 6 October in answer to a question for oral reply from
myself to the MEC for Local Government and Traditional Affairs, Sicelo
Gqobana, at the provincial legislature sitting in Alice.
These amounts are owing in excess of 30 days. The major culprits are
Education – R18.5 million, Health R4.4 million and Provincial
Public Works R12.5 million,
Economic Development and Environmental Affairs owes a whopping R31
million for the logistics park.
The provincial departments are the major culprits with the National
Department of Public Works only owing R1.4 million of the
total.
There are also R4.5 million of accounts that are under dispute.
Given the fact that the Metro is experiencing a cash flow crisis, it is
imperative that provincial departments pay the Metro timeously. It is
policy that accounts should be paid within the 30-day period.
The Nelson Mandela Metropole is not the only Municipality that
experiences problems with payments by the Province. The financial
management of our cash strapped municipalities throughout this province
is placed under huge pressure when these delays occur. This results in
service delivery breaking down. It also results in suppliers and
contractors not being paid which, in turn, negatively impacts on
business and jobs.
Over the past few weeks I have been approached by numerous contractors
who have been placed under hardship by the delay in payments from the
Nelson Mandela Municipality.
The Democratic Alliance will continue to pursue this matter to ensure
that financial management in this province improves so that
municipalities are empowered to do the work that we expect of them.
Bobby Stevenson, MPL
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 Tourism Nepotism?www.MyPE.co.za: Why
do people not realise that the world is an incredibly small
place? Even more so in Port Elizabeth!
The surfacing of recent rumours, innuendos and finger pointing at the
NMBT
and especially the chief executive Mandlakazi Skefile in The
Herald story: New Bay tourism chief under fire
has got me shaking my head in despair.
The background to this article is an interesting one. From the time of
the announcement that NMBT was involved with the New Brighton Wine
Festival the rumours started about nepotism as Mandlakazi Skefile's
husband, Motse Mfuleni, owns the company Imbizo
Events.
Imbizo Events is the company that organised the recent New Brighton
Wine Festival and more famously perhaps the company that provided our
Municipality with a rush order of R400.00 Golf Shirts.
Imbizo Events office address is published as 248 Walmer Boulevard,
South End and NMBT's as 40 Mitchell Street, South End - go and visit
them both to see just how close these two are already.
Think about how the rumour mill began to bubble after the announcement
of the New Brighton Wine Festival. Every person who was aware of the
relationship between Skefile and Mfuleni now began wondering if a bit
of nepotism was going on. On top of that for this sniff of nepotism to
occur in the first month of Skefile's term as Chief Executive the
tourism industry, which is sensitive to rumour, became close to
exploding with rage.
Not only did the rumours start but also many well meaning people in the
media, myself included, started talking to NMBT and the PR people
involved with NMBT in an attempt to at least get a statement
categorically clearing up the rumours about nepotism.
Let's get one thing straight here: I was asking the questions as a
concerned citizen of Port Elizabeth wanting the promotion of our region
to continue without hiccup.
And this is where I begin to boil as I not only myself but a whole
bunch of other media persons started asking the questions that people
were asking in boardrooms, offices and across coffee and dinner tables
in Port Elizabeth. Skefile cannot say that she was not apprised of the
situation and nor can she say that she was not given AMPLE time by many
in the media to actually come out and make a statement that would help
quell the rumours flying through tourism circles.
But, in her wisdom, what did Skefile actually do?
NOTHING, but wait for the bombshell to hit the media.
What the ANC's bid for a Media Tribunal does not take cogniscance of is
the many many articles that are started by journalists only to be
abandoned after their efforts at setting things right come to fruition.
Which Skefile could have done by sending out a press release properly
explaining the relationship between her, Mfuleni, NMBT and the New
Brighton Wine Festival.
For heaven's sake man, when in a business utilising public and
collective funds you do not place business with family at all. Not as a
client, supplier or in any other way that could benefit your family.
What a silly girl to have not heeded the signs. And now she is
suffering the consequences, what a shame.
Moving on to some of the
other statements in The Herald's article:
Hugh Bartis
said the NMBT had not financially supported the New Brighton Wine
festival last month, but had helped with the advertising of the event.
How disingenous is that? erm Hugh who paid the NMBT PR company to send
out releases and organise members of the media to attend? FOOL
A local
businessman who did not want to be named said; "Everybody in the market
knows Skefile does not have the right credentials."
Crap
man - it doesn't only revolve around credentials. Some people have
great skill that allows them to do jobs. And since when was being CEO a
marketing function? In my pea brain a CEO is a bean counter.
Hugh Bartis
also denied rumours that Mayor Zanoxolo Wayile, who is a friend of
Mfuleni, put pressure on the NMBT board to appoint Skefile.
Again - where there is smoke there is fire and I have to ask the
question; "Why then is the Municipal Communications Department all of a
sudden sending out press releases highlighting NMBT events in
addition to the appointed PR Company?"
The facts of the matter
are pretty clear for anyone to see:
If the NMBT can get back to being ajudged as an apolitical organisation
dedicated to marketing our region without fear or favour along with
becoming an organisation that gets a favourable vote of confidence from
most people in the tourism industry then all these incidences of nit
picking will go away as we celebrate achievement after achievement.
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 ECtour Gives Backwww.MyPE.co.za:
Despite the recent economic downturn, tourism products in the Eastern
Cape have continued to give back to their local communities to ensure
that tourism has a lasting impact on the province. "We encourage all of
our members to invest in social projects in their areas," says Ectour
chairperson, Anleen Louw. Ectour is the private sector group marketing
organisation for the Eastern Cape. "This can be through encouraging
their guests to donate towards local charities, or through investing
time and resources into worthy causes."
Recently, two Ectour members teamed up to help a rural school in
desperate need of water. Tatshana School in the Prudo area near Port
Alfred educates over 170 learners from grades R to 7, but receives very
little government funding and minimal income through school fees. The
school is not connected to a municipal water supply and relies on
several rainwater tanks to survive. Due to the drought, the tanks ran
dry at the beginning of September and the school approached the Fish
River Sun for help. The resort's general manager, Wessel Benson then
took the need to Siyanceda, a disaster relief ministry started by the
River Hotels Group. Less than two days later, a truck delivered 15 000
litres of fresh water to the school. "Our water tanks are now filled,"
says Tatshana headmaster, Mr. Manyele. "We are extremely grateful to
the Fish River Sun and Siyanceda for their assistance."
Situated on the
remote northern border of the Wild Coast, Mbotyi River
Lodge is one of the only established and functional employers in the
extremely poor and rural Pondoland area. There is a dire need for
primary infrastructure including roads, schools and clinics in order to
help boost tourism to the area and break the cycle of poverty.
Recognising this need, the lodge has recently begun a literacy
programme in the local schools to help encourage the children in their
learning of the English language. The idea for the programme came from
an American exchange student who was staying at the lodge. He also
helped raise funds in the US to purchase reading books for the learners.
The literacy programme is entirely voluntary and requires a group of
people to visit the school on a weekly basis where they sit and read
together with a group of two or three learners.
"Our guests have overwhelmed us with support," says Kirsten. "They have
been so enthusiastic about visiting the school, and they come back from
the visit very encouraged. We are now looking at ways of promoting the
literacy programme as a type of 'voluntourism'."
Lowestoffe Country Lodge, situated in the mountainous Hogsback area
sponsors weekend outings for orphans from the nearby townships. "The
kids come and stay with us for the weekend and we run fun activities
for them and teach them about their natural environment," says manager,
Robyn Conroy.
Sibuya Game Reserve and Lodge, near the holiday village of
Kenton-on-Sea boasts incredible scenic beauty and the Big Five. Once a
year, the lodge opens its doors to a group of children from the local
orphanage and they are treated to an educational game drive around the
lodge. Guests of the lodge are also encouraged to donate to the charity.
"It is wonderful to see how much Ectour
members are contributing towards the sustainability of
tourism in the Eastern Cape," says Louw. "It is vital that the local
communities benefit from tourism, and understand the importance of
tourism to social upliftment."
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Posted by mype on Thursday, October 07 @ 09:30:00 SAST (Click Here to Comment | Score: 0)
 What Did You Do During Tourism Month?www.MyPE.co.za:
September has been hailed as an inspiring success by Nelson Mandela Bay
Tourism (NMBT)
officials after it was kick-started by the announcement
of new chief executive, Mandlakazi Skefile, and a line-up of
fundraisers, first-time events, and the 101 reason to love Nelson
Mandela Bay and become a tourist in your own city campaigns.
"I must say that stepping into the shoes of CEO on the cusp of Tourism
Month did put me in the hotspot a little, but it's been an inspiring
month in which I can see a bright future for tourism in Nelson Mandela
Bay," said Skefile. "The people of the city have really shown that they
support tourism and the growth of the industry in seemingly small ways
- but their actions have spoken.
"The city got behind the Save Bayworld
Campaign by visiting the
facility, donating time and money to Bayworld and also joining NMBT for
the Surf n Turf Day at the Races fundraiser at Fairview. Also, hundreds
of people visited Red
Location Museum to enjoy the fruits of the vine
at the inaugural New Brighton Wine Festival.
"This month, through our programmes, many people became tourists in
their own city including 180 teachers and learners from across the Bay
went to Loerie on board the Apple
Express, one of our unique tourist
attractions - which celebrated its 150 year anniversary this year."
Skefile attended the anniversary celebrations over the Heritage Day
weekend where she implored the public and tourism operators to
safeguard it as a crucial part of our heritage.
Skefile replaced outgoing CEO Fezekile Tshiwula, who held the position
for six years on September 1. She said that she is focused on growing
the meetings industry, sports tourism, and domestic tourism to the city
during her tenure. According to Skefile, Tourism Month has helped her
find her feet, and also "given her focus, direction and inspiration for
the future of NMBT."
Amongst other events and activities, the Save Bayworld Campaign has
been the centerpiece of Tourism Month for NMBT and saw fundraising
totals of over R30 000 for Bayworld.
But the campaign had more far-reaching impacts for Bayworld, confirmed
Sylvia van Zyl Bayworld director. "Attendance at the facility
particularly on special events days, was much higher than on similar
days in previous periods. The diversity of people attending also bears
testament to a broader distribution of information about Bayworld and
its events into the community. We have Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism's
campaign to thank, in many ways, for this," said van Zyl.
She also said there had been a significant "groundswell of support"
from the city's people which was "humbling and inspiring".
NMBT also supported Heritage Day events at Bayworld and the first ever
New Brighton Wine Festival. NMBT marketing manager, Titus Chuene,
confirmed his satisfaction of the way the month's festivities went off.
"There is such a positive vibe in tourism at the moment, the optimism
of spring and riding the wave of an incredible FIFA 2010 World Cup, new
blood in leadership and solidarity from the people of Nelson Mandela
Bay," said Chuene. "The experiences of the past month have shown what
potential put into action can generate.
"The New Brighton Wine Festival - built on the idea of the Soweto Wine
Festival - will encourage more tourism into our townships, together
with the support of the new Tourism Development Agency which will focus
on encouraging the growth of tourism products in the townships."
Other successful Tourism Month events supported by NMBT included the
Northern
Arts Festival and the opening of a township restaurant in
Uitenhage. The Northern Arts Festival showcased talented local and
national artists and musicians in the colourful, historically unique
Bethelsdorp area of the Bay over the Heritage Day weekend.
Also, Rainbow Restaurant and Events opened in KwaNobuhle near Uitenhage
towards the end of the World Cup and has been growing from strength to
strength over the past couple of months. "The turnout has been huge,
amazing," said owner Mrs Thisani Nonzwanga. "We have had great support
from the locals, schoolchildren and people from Goodyear
nearby. We are
also looking forward to getting more and more tourists here."
Tourism Month saw the promotion of more diverse tourism activities in
the Bay, like visits to Rainbow Restaurant. The quirky eatery on Ponana
Tini Road prides themselves on braais, their most popular meal, and a
speciality dish called "cheap chow" and are hosting birthday parties
and other events. "Come test us out and enjoy of good times and vibe,"
said Nonzwanga.
In closing the month off, NMBT also outlined their vision for the
future of tourism in the Bay by launching its Green Handbook for
responsible and sustainable tourism for both tourists and tourism
operators in the city coupled with a workshop.
"While tourism has huge spin-offs in terms of economic benefits, one
has to be aware of the impacts we make on both the earth and on people
when engaging in tourism," explained Skefile. "We are following
international trends on going green, sustainability and fostering an
ethos of responsible tourism."
Skefile added that while Tourism Month might be over, people should
always be tourists in their own city and province.
"Tourism Month may be over, but daily life encompasses tourism -
whether you visit a place you have never been in your own city, or
engage with diverse people and share pieces of life and experience.
Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism used Tourism Month to highlight just a few
things we have on offer here, but we will continue to highlight these
and other attractions so that locals are both aware and proud of the
fact that there is more to do in our city than shopping-centres and
beaches - over 101 things to love about the Bay."
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Posted by mype on Thursday, October 07 @ 09:20:00 SAST (Click Here to Comment | Score: 0)
 Hold MEC Accountable for EC Fleet Management Tender Fiascowww.MyPE.co.za: The
Democratic Alliance will not allow the Eastern Cape’s R3.2 billion
fleet management tender fiasco to be swept under the carpet. The DA welcomes the resolution by the provincial Portfolio Committee
that further remedial steps be undertaken by involving the Office of
the Premier or the Special Investigations Unit if truthful answers are
not forthcoming from the department.
However, we will not let this matter go. There will be a conclusion,
there will be consequences and there will be remedial action against
those individuals involved. Legal costs amount to R492 000
and do not include the costs of the successful plaintiff Mahkubu
Logistics still to be paid by the department.
Transport MEC Ghishma Barry, who made the final call on this deal, must
be called to account publically. Furthermore the MEC must be taken to
task by the Premier for misleading the portfolio committee under oath
that "everything was fine with the contract".
While one notes that the MEC was mislead in the whole matter she should
not have allowed herself to be put in such a position.
The following facts are recorded in the joint report by the Portfolio
Committees of Transport and Finance on some of the actions that led to
this mess:
From the side of the Transaction Advisor and bid Evaluation and
Adjudication committees we note the following:
Bids did not meet financial requirements as per
the tender specifications;
There were inconsistencies in the scoring of the bids;
The transaction advisor did not fulfil obligations;
The report alludes to the SBEC (Bid Evaluation Committee)
as being "reckless and negligent";
Financial bonds by bidders did not meet requirements as
specified and should have been disqualified;
Points being awarded to the bidders were over scored to
exceed maximum scores.
Actions of the department include:
That the department won’t recognise it was part of flawed
procurement processes;
The department could not give an plausible explanation as
to why it settled with the unsuccessful bidder out of court;
The department is being evasive with costs – especially
legal costs;
The report refers to the department not undergoing a proper
vetting process.
The DA believes this tender debacle would never have happened if the
following measures were in place:
There needs to be tender reform .Greater checks and
balances need to be in place to ensure all requirements in bidding and
tender process are secured.
The tender process needs to be transparent and open to the
public.( In the Western Cape there has been more awarding of contracts
to BEE companies as a result of open tendering than ever
before)
The DA believes in creating private entities Public Private
Partnerships in the process.
The awarding of the contract in portions to two or more
suppliers per component to allow opportunity for people and companies
to tender and focus on specific parts of the contract, thus broadening
employment opportunities for all both formally and in the informal
sector. Transport consumers would have greater choice and
better value for money by allowing competition in these sectors.
There must be regular performance and deliverable deadlines
that are regularly reviewed and implemented and consequences for
non-performance.
This contract fiasco should never have happened. The whole
affair is rotten and leaves a stench of wasteful expenditure, lack of
transparency and much political meddling. The public has a
right to know and the DA will ensure that the parties responsible are
held accountable.
Dacre Haddon, MPL
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 Chevrolet Warriors vs Nashua Dolphinswww.MyPE.co.za: The
Chevrolet Warriors travel to Pietermaritzburg today for their 2nd
Supersport fixture of the season. The match against the Nashua Dolphins
will see the Chevrolet Warriors field a somewhat different team to the
one that played the opening Supersport match against the Titans last
weekend.
Selectors have announced the following team: Ashwell Prince (Capt), Jon
Jon Smuts, Michael Smith, Justin Kreusch, Arno Jacobs, Bevan Bennett,
Craig Thyssen, Lyall Meyer, Andrew Birch, Makhaya Ntini, Corbyn Dolley
and Basheer Walters.
Davy Jacobs is injured and will undergo an MRI scan today in Cape Town
to ascertain the extent of his hip injury. Ashwell Prince will captain
the team in Davy’s absence. The Chevrolet Warriors are also without
Johan Botha, Colin Ingram and Rusty Theron who are currently doing
national duty. Garnett Kruger is being rested after sustaining a back
strain in the last match.
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Posted by mype on Wednesday, October 06 @ 13:41:22 SAST (Click Here to Comment | Score: 0)
 Illegally Operating Premises Under Firewww.MyPE.co.za:Copy
of a letter sent by Ward 5 Councilor Jeremy Davis to Ms Dawn McCarthy,
Land Planning Management, NMBM, dated 5 October 2010:
Dear Madam,
I am aware of several premises that operate illegally in terms of lack
of enforcement and the refusal by the council to grant Special Consent.
I refer to:
Erf 2213, Richmond Hill (Beverages)
Erf 2514, North End (TW's)
Erf 942, Richmond Hill (24 Lutman Str, Deli
Street Cafe)
Erf 2560, Central (Red Door Gentleman's Lounge)
Erf 961, Richmond Hill (9 Lansdowne Place)
Erf 4893, Central (Albany Road) (Madeira Bottle
Store)
Please update me on the legal proceedings being followed.
I look forward to your immediate response
Regards
DA Cllr Jeremy Davis
Ward 5
UPDATE (More
businesses acting 'illegally'):
Further to my email dated 5/10/2010, I must include the following
businesses that also fall into this category:
Erf 3374, North End, Sunset Cafe, Elizabeth Street
Erf 3563, Sydenham, JC's Tavern, 32 Residential Road
Erf 3713, Sydenham, Blue House, 21 Butterworth Road
Erf 4, Sydenham, AJ's Tavern, 17 Residential Road.
Regards
DA Cllr Jeremy Davis
Ward 5
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 R17 million Cash Inflow to the NMBM Coffers on Mondaywww.MyPE.co.za: The
Nelson Mandela Bay Municipality received an income of R17 million on
Monday 4 October, resulting in a total of R39 million so far for
October 2010.
Although it is still too early to make fair comparisons, the figure is
already R3 million above the R36 million generated in the same month
last year.
A fairer picture of the revenue situation in October shall be
determined five days into the month as the amount received in the first
few days of the month is normally an overflow from the preceding month.
Nelson
Mandela Bay Municipality Contacts (Port Elizabeth, Uitenhage
and Despatch).
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