Keeping up with the Kandasamys: DVD Review

Matriarchal rivals of neighboring families, whose young adult children become romantically involved - try despite their best efforts - to keep them apart with hilarious results.an easily relatable movie and good way to spend time together watching a local funny movie from, Director: Jayan Moodley, Writers: Rory Booth, Jayan Moodley. And Stars: Mariam Bassa, Rajesh Gopie, Vashir Kemraj.

 

 

City hosts waste awareness campaign

MMC for Environmental and Infrastructure Development Services, Cllr Nico de Jager together with the Managing Director of Pikitup, Mr Lungile Dhlamini, held a waste awareness campaign and public meeting at Emthonjeni Community Centre in Zandspruit on the 14th of June as part of Pikitup’s Community Upliftment Programme (CUP). Zandspruit was chosen among many Informal Settlements, which has been proven that “it has almost 24 900 housing units”. Because of its high population in the past it has been challenged by a number of socio-economic issues, one of them being illegal dumping in the area.

The aim of the waste awareness campaign was to encourage residents and illegal traders to actively participate in recycling, to reduce waste products that go to landfill sites. De Jager said that he did not believe the level of cleanliness on this informal settlement, because there are other suburbs in the city that have nothing compared to what he sees at Zandspruit and he urged the residents to form a relationship with waste as a form of maintaining their lifestyle in keeping the environment clean. “this is not my suburb it is a community suburb,which needs partnerships with pikitup’s and city power to work together in ensuring that they deliver on the promises that they made a couple of years ago to keep the area clean”.

Lungile Dlamini spoke about ways of using waste materials and sustaining cleanness, as well as recycling as a business. “A clean environment is started by waste removal services whereby, bins are collected not left overflowing and solid waste is not dumped illegally, which will benefit the city in creating a productive economy by flourishing business hubs for recycling”. He said that to settle in, in the next five years he would like “to achieve a good relationship with waste, but not only with the relationship of leadership from Pikitup’s but with the leadership of the community, by all the citizens and stakeholders within the city of Johannesburg and progress from campaign programs and bi-ins”.

On the 13th of June a day before this cleaning campaign City parks and Pikitup’s workers in Cosmo City spent the whole day at the suburb cleaning up on Granada Street at Ext 4 and Uganda Street in Ext 6 as they have been known as the dirtiest streets in this suburb.

Victor Mafinya, Ward 114 councillor and Nico de Jager, MMC for Environment and Infrastructure Development MMC, taking a walk some polluted streets in Zandspruit.

MINISTER DAVIES TO LAUNCH MUSINA INTERMODAL TERMINAL

Members of the media are invited to attend and cover the launch of Musina Intermodal Terminal by the Minister of Trade and Industry Dr Rob Davies who will be joined by the Limpopo MEC for Economic Development, Mr Seaparo Sekoati.

 

DATE              : Monday, 26 June 2017

TIME               : 12:00

VENUE           : 787 Pat Harrison Street,

Musina Intermodal Terminal,

Musina

 

The Musina Intermodal Terminal is one of the key support facilities for the newly designated Musina-Makhado Special Economic Zone (SEZ), especially the Energy and Metallurgical Cluster will result in an investment of over R40 billion in at least 8 large scale industrial projects including a power station, a coking coal plant, ferrosilicon plant, a steel plant, and a stainless steel plant.

Minister Davies says the launch of the Musina Intermodal Terminal is a testament to the strong impact of the new Special Economic Zone and the economic potential of the Musina-Makhado region. He further believes that other entrepreneurs will also seize the diverse entrepreneurial and business opportunities linked to the SEZ in various industrial sectors including education and training, health, automotives, financial services, personal services, transportation, and many others.

RSVPs should be forwarded to Tshilidzi Madinani via telephone on 063 580 3992 or e-mail: TMadinani@thedti.gov.za

Enquiries:

Sidwell Medupe-Departmental Spokesperson

Tel: (012) 394 1650

Mobile: 079 492 1774

E-mail: MSMedupe@thedti.gov.za

Issued by: The Department of Trade and Industry

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Transformers Last Knight:Movie Review

In this 4th installment the opening scene and plot, is taken back to the mystical times and error of King Arthur and Merlin. This is where the first humans fought side by side with Transformers dating back before the arrival of “Optimus Prime” 1600 hundred years before modern times.  Therefore in the 4th installment, humans are at war with the Transformers, and Optimus Prime is gone. With the key that could possibly save the world and future is buried in the secrets of the past, along with the history of transformers on earth. This leads to an unusual plot and alliance which includes, Cade Yeager (Mark Wahlberg), Bumblebee, and an English lord (Anthony Hopkins). The 3D IMAX experience makes you understand why the budget of the movie was a whopping 260 million USD. Together with the vision of the Director Michael Bay, who has directed blockbusters films such as “Bad boys and The Purge”. It is a good action movie with parental guidance needed for the young.

Rating:4 /5

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