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Shining light on your community

The ‘Sun each week in turn serves the communities of the Northern Areas, Western Suburbs, Walmer and Motherwell. Many articles are written in the language of the area.

19 Sep ’13
Walmer Sun Shining light on literacy

“IF a child does not learn to read he will not be able to read to learn.”

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19 Sep ’13
Walmer Sun Shake obsession to fit the beach fantasy

SUMMER is in the wings. In a few weeks the curtain opens to one thing: the beach! Time to panic.

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19 Sep ’13
Walmer Sun Masters of golf in the making

TWO Walmer Country Club coaches are dedicating their time and resources to introduce the exclusive game of golf to children who would not normally have the chance to play.

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19 Sep ’13
Western Sun Dynamic design duo

TWO young Port Elizabeth designers beat off other contenders to claim the prestigious titles of the winners of the first-ever Cobra Design Competition recently.

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19 Sep ’13
Western Sun Callies Saltaires girls ‘on the ball’

TIRED of being her brother’s “ball boy”, Grade 3 Herbert Hurd pupil Tatum Bennette decided to show him (and his friends) how it is done.

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19 Sep ’13
Western Sun Callies still in top form

CALLIES maintained their unbeaten record in the Safa-NMB SAB League on Sunday when they beat Central Acemates 2-1 in a Pefa derby at the Victoria Park field.

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19 Sep ’13
Northern Sun Fest celebrates talent, heritage

THERE is excitement in the air and festival fever is about to hit as the Northern Arts Festival (NAF) draws near.

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19 Sep ’13
Northern Sun Gelvandale goes for gold

RISING stars and a record of awards are some of the things the Gelvandale Hockey Club is proud of.

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19 Sep ’13
Western Sun Dynamite comes in small packages

SCHOOL teacher, long-distance runner, unofficial guidance counsellor, sports coach, community worker – Minnie Trimalley, 64, packs a lot into her little frame.

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19 Sep ’13
Motherwell Sun Abadanisi bajongise phesheya

ISIBINI saseNdoni Dance Academy eseMotherwell simenyiwe ukuba masiyomela uMzantsi Afrika kunyaka ozayo kukhuphiswano lomdaniso olubizwa ngeTimes Cup eTaiwan, eBeijing, kunye naseSingapore.

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19 Sep ’13
Motherwell Sun ECPO invests in future

ABOUT 600 pupils from three primary schools in Nelson Mandela Bay attended the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra’s Music Investment Project, which was held at the Raymond Mhlaba Sports Centre in Motherwell.

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19 Sep ’13
Motherwell Sun Dreams of soccer glory

MOST high school pupils think of passing matric, going to university and finding a cushy job.

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22 Aug ’13
Walmer Sun Improving kids’ lives

LESS than one-third of South African youth have a matric certificate, with a little more than a tenth having tertiary qualifications, according to the General Household Survey 2011.

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22 Aug ’13
Walmer Sun Agile canines off to FCI champs

THREE Port Elizabeth dog handlers have qualified to represent South Africa at the FCI World Agility Championships in Johannesburg in October.

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22 Aug ’13
Western Sun Dispute leaves pool dry

THE Newton Park swimming pool is once again out of action and is currently standing empty due to a dispute over whether the contractors or the municipality are responsible for the cost of the repairs.

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22 Aug ’13
Western Sun Cyclist, 90, eager to ride

HIS memory may be fading and dates and events are beginning to blur but his passion for sport and cycling in particular is far from diminishing.

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22 Aug ’13
Northern Sun Slippers and dreams

THE peer educators, a nonprofit organisation at Chapman High School, raised R2300 for National Slipper Day.

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22 Aug ’13
Northern Sun BQI engineering upliftment at Hillside

THERE were smiles on many faces when BQI engineering company handed over four soccer outfits to Hillside High School this month.

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22 Aug ’13
Northern Sun Old boy does school proud

WHEN the Indian community from around Port Elizabeth, especially South End, were forced out by the then government in terms of the Group Areas Act and relocated to Malabar, they established the first school exclusively for Indians in the Cape province.

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22 Aug ’13
Motherwell Sun Lafezeka iphupha lakhe

UKUQALA kwakhe ukophuka wayenonyaka omnye qha, waze wathi xa eneminyaka emihlanu abazali bakhe bafumanisa ukuba unesifo samathambo ophuka msinya.

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