Nanima.co.za 029 – Skool Siekte

Written by on January 9, 2008 in Newsletter

NANIMAS PANCHAAT

Nominate a Nanima? : Do you know someone in your area that is a Nanima in the making? He/she knows the whole world,the who’s who and everyday happenings in your community? If you looking for anything in your area, they know where to find it. If you know someone best suited for the job, please send me their details i.e. Name, home telephone number/email address or cell number. This person will be my ears and eyes of the community, Nanima’s little helper.Nanima needs to start networking and needs your help. Email us – Nominate a Nanima

SKOOL SIEKTE: Back to school. Congratulations to the Western Cape who achieved a distinction and first position in their matric pass rate of 80,6%, the top pass rate of all provinces. 2nd Gauteng achieved a pass rate of 74,6%, 3rd Free State achieved a pass rate of 70,5%. For those that passed, well done. To all that didn’t, don’t despair, you can have another chance. In Western Cape, WCED is organising special Saturday schools for candidates who failed the 2007 Senior Certificate Examinations. The candidates will be able to write supplementary examinations in May and June this year. For more information in your province contact your local school or provincial education department. http://wced.wcape.gov.za.

Load shedding:Eish, we really left in the dark when it comes to this story. I have been trying to complete this newsletter since yesterday. How do you guyz get any work done? All I can say is visit the website, be prepared for when it is your turn, use the stairs and not the lifts and prioritise. Load shedding is when there is not enough electricity available to meet the demand from all Eskom’s customers, it could be necessary to interrupt supply to certain areas. For more info visit http://www.eskom.co.za/live/index.php



Electricity for Special needsIf you have special needs such as medical support equipment (ventilators, dialysis machines, etc) please notify your medical practitioner immediately so that special arrangements can be made. Such special assistance is only available by authorisation of a registered General Practitioner/Doctor or Medical Specialist. If you require advice regarding the provisions that have been made for special needs kindly call the Eskom Media Desk on any of the following numbers: 011 800 5550 / 011 800 5310 / 011 800 4539.

NANIMA’S WISE WORDS

“Be the change you want to see in the world.”Mahatma Gandhi quotes

NANIMA’S REMEDY

How to Prepare Before a Black-out

If you have space in your refrigerator or freezer, consider filling plastic containers with water, leaving about an inch of space inside each one. (Remember, water expands as it freezes, so it is important to leave room in the container for the expanded water). Place the containers in the refrigerator and freezer. This chilled or frozen water will help keep food cold if the power goes out, by displacing air that can warm up quickly with water or ice that keeps cold for several hours without additional refrigeration.

If you use medication that requires refrigeration, most can be kept in a closed refrigerator for several hours without a problem. If unsure, check with your physician or pharmacist.

If you have an electric garage door opener, find out where the manual release lever is located and learn how to operate it.

Keep your car fuel tank at least half full because gas stations rely on electricity to power their pumps.

If you use a computer, keep files and operating systems backed up regularly. Consider buying extra batteries and a power converter if you use a laptop computer. A power converter allows most laptops (12 volts or less) to be operated from the cigarette lighter of a vehicle. Get a high quality surge protector for all of your computer equipment. If you use the computer a lot, such as for a home business, consider purchasing and installing an uninterruptible power supply (UPS).

Turn off electrical equipment you were using when the power went out.

Avoid opening the refrigerator and freezer.

Do not run a generator inside a home or garage.If you use a generator, connect the equipment you want to power directly to the outlets on the generator. Do not connect a generator to a home’s electrical system.

Use energy intensive appliances (dryers, washers, dishwashers) in early morning or late evening.

Turn off lights and appliances such as radio and TV when not in use.

Reduce wattage and number of bulbs whenever possible.

Minimize the use of hot water; use cold water where possible.

NANIMA’S DIARY
GAUTENG

Honeydew Mazes re-opens to the general public on Sat 19 Jan. Grab some family and friends and come solve the various mazes and puzzles we have. Enjoy a unique day out. It is suitable for all ages – 6 to 106. No booking required. Admissions close at 3pm Venue:
Honeydew Mazes, 82 Boland Street (off Beyers Naude Drive)Contact details:
Judy on 011 794 5818

DURBAN

Krantzkloof Nature Reserve Hike: On Sunday 20th January, KZN Conservation Services is hosting a guided 3 hour nature trail at Krantzkloof Nature Reserve. Meet at main picnic site, Kloof Falls Road at 08h00. Bring along a hat, water, costume, walking stick, something to munch and R20.00. For information call 031 764 3515

The Compassionate Friends (TCF) is an organisation for bereaved parents and their families offering understanding, support and encouragement to others after the death of a child or children, invites to you to an afternoon of sharing and caring on Saturday 19th January at the Welfare premises opposite the Rk Khans Hospital. Chatsworth at 2pm. For more details contact Mogie Maduray on 031 2665847 or 0832545427

Reach For A Dream Quiz & Games Evening Gateway: will take place on Thursday 17th January at the Nissan Showroom, Gateway at 18h30. Entry fee is R100.00 per person includes dinner & entertainment. For more details contact Kerry on 031 566 2220

CAPE TOWN

STRESSED TO KILL Saturday, January 19, 2008 This one-man committe-of-comedy once again takes a skewed look at our modern world. This festive season offering is filled with brand new material as well as re-visiting some old favourites. Committie explores Xmas madness, cellphones, computers, golf, movies, television, flying, Enid Blyton, banks and even musicals that take themselves far too seriously! And watch out for the return of everybody’s favourite security guard Johan van der Walt – star of the MNET series Laugh out Loud who talks about his experiences as a customs official! Venue:Theatre on the Bay Contact details:021 438 3300

KRAMER PETERSEN SONGBOOK EXTENDS: David Kramer’s successful new production has been extended to Friday 25th January due to an unprecedented demand for tickets. Camillo Lombard is the musical director, leading a five- piece band that includes guitarist Gammie Lakay and bassist Howard Links who have played in David and Taliep’s bands for twenty years. They are joined by three young musicians, Larnelle Gordon on drums, Donvino Prins on saxophone and a second guitarist Cameron Ward, all of whom will be working with David Kramer for the first time. Venue:Baxter Contact details:083 915 8000Time: 5pm,8pm,9pm Entrance: R65-R105 Theatre R90 – R125

NANA’s SECTION

WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER OF THE YEAR EXHIBITION: owned by the Natural History Museum of London and BBC Wildlife Magazine, is currently being showcased in Cape Town. The photographs are exceptional, they create a powerful window of life on Earth. From vivid, colourful landscapes, to intimate portraits of animal behaviour, this exhibition offers an extraordinary insight into the beauty, drama and diversity of the natural world. The exhibition, sponsored by Animal Planet, attracted an overwhelming 32, 000 entries from amateur and professional photographers. The judging panel had the difficult task of selecting the 105 winning shots which make up the exhibition. Venue:Iziko South African Museum (next to the Planetarium), Cape Town Contact details: Iziko South African Museum 021 481 3800 Time: 10h00 – 17h00Entrance: R10, free on Saturdays

WOMEN’S WORLD CUP OF GOLF: The fourth Women’s World Cup of Golf will take place at the Gary Player Country Club, Sun City in the North West Province, South Africa from January 18  20, 2008. A total of 20 nations are to compete, with the world’s top 40 women golfers competing for a purse of $1.4-million over 54 holes. Visit http://www.womensworldcupofgolf.com for accommodation, hospitality and event tickets
+27 (0) 11 447 3034 or email – Alison Spratley: aspratley@mweb.co.za

FA CUP: Steven Gerrard brought a rare smile to the face of his beleaguered Liverpool manager Rafa Benitez with a hat-trick in Tuesday’s 5-0 FA Cup third round replay win over Luton. Gerrard, who now has 15 goals this season, scored three times in the space of 20 second half minutes at Anfield as the seven-times FA Cup winners eased into the fourth round.

NANA’S SCOREBOARD

FA CUP SCORES: Reading 0 – 1 Tottenham Hotspur Bury 2 – 1 Norwich City Millwall 2 – 1 Walsall West Bromwich (4) 2 – 2 (3) Charlton Athletic

ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE SCORES: Man Utd 6 – 0 Newcastle Middlesbrough1 – 1Liverpool Everton1 – 0Man City

NANIMA’S GREEN FINGERS

GREYVILLE GOING GREEN: The 2nd Lenz Going Green Open Forum (LEGG)will take place at Greyville Primary school in Lenasia on 19 January 2008. Time: 2:45 Pm  4:30 Pm. RSVP –
(011 852 7808-W)/083 232 7719
. Proactive members of the community have encouraged the birth of the Lenz Going Green Vision which is to realize a cleaner, greener, more peaceful and prosperous Lenasia. Some items on the agenda include: The preservation of the wetlands in and around Lenasia;The construction of a fully-fledged bicycle track, to promote this environmentally viable form of travel. Greyville Primary’s pioneer program as the first Eco-school of Lenasia;The energy saving light bulb campaign, a project destined to contribute to ensuring climatic stability

Gardening events

Cape Town

LAWN CARE: Talk on summer lawn care �Date: 23 January 2008 Place: Superplants Garden Centre, 1 Link Rd, Bothasig Time: 10am Contact Kathryn Telephone 021-558-0190

Johannesburg
WATER: Talk by Gary Els from Rand Water

Date 23 January Time 9.40am Cost R15 Venue The Floreum, Johannesburg Botanic Garden, Olifants Rd, Emmarentia Horticultural Society 011-880-9623

WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS

Send us your special Wedding Announcements

The following nikahs have taken place in January 2008:

Ziad Cassim of Roshnee to Sabeeha Kaka of Polokwane

Abdullah Ebrahim of Lena to Fatima Noor Mohammed of Laudium

Mohammed Mia to Farhana Hansrod

Hajji Jameel Mohammed of Lenz to Asya Ahmed Ally of Lenz South

Shuaib Nathie of Roshnee to Aadila Hanrod of Lenz
Mohammed to Ayesha
Zubair Vally of Ext 9 Lenz to Mariam Kolia Ext 1

Fuad Mahomed of Lenasia to Shaakera Ebrahim of Lenasia

Imraan Hajee of Laudium to Faeeza Cassim of Roshnee

Mohammed Voragee of Durban to Aneesa Desai of Portshepstone
Ziyaad Karim of Ext 9 to Yuman Ganchi of Ext 1

Farhaan Cassim to Nazeera Mohammed of Lenasia

Hafez Mohammed Docrat Ext 9 to Shireen Dhoodhat of PE

Abdur Rahman Jeena of Azaadville to Nabila Sarang of Roshnee

Khalid Khan of Glenco to Shabnum Khan of Downhouser

Ml. Ismail Patel of Skeerpoort to Labeebah Pandor of Palmridge

Radio islam Nikah page

BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS

Send us you birth announcements

NANIMA’S SIMPLE RECIPE

Iced Coffee Recipe

INGREDIENTS:
6 tbs ground coffee
1/2 tsp cinnamon
1/2 cup caramel dessert syrup
METHOD 1,2, 3

Add the cinnamon before brewing to give this recipe spicy touch. You’ll need to stir well to blend in the caramel syrup.Mix the cinnamon into your loose ground coffee and then brew a pot of coffee by whatever method you prefer. Add the caramel syrup to the cinnamon-spiced coffee, and stir well until completely dissolved. Chill through in the fridge, and serve over ice cubes, with added milk or sugar to taste. The syrup makes this iced coffee pretty sweet as it is.

NANIMA’S NOTICEBOARD

Childminder

Overport – Nanima loves kids and would like to child mind/ baby sit anywhere in the 20km radius of Overport.

Mayfair: Day Care for Children over the age of 3 years, Full/Half Day available. After Care for Children attending School/Homework Supervision School Holiday Care Transport Available for Pick-up and Drop-Off

Lenasia:Montessori school kiddies from the ages of 3 and 5 years. Situated in Extension 11a.Secure environment. Schooling hours are from 8.00am to 12.00.

Lessons

Overport– Private tution offered for all subject in all grades up to grade 9 and Physical Science for grade 10 – 12.

Mayfair Beautiful beginnings – Invest in your child�s future, excellent learning opportunities for little ones. Major subjects from grade 1-7, Individual attention for learners, introduction of positive thinking and motivation for all learners, special focus given to students with learning difficulties. Reasonable rates charged classes between 2:30pm & 5:30pm Mon-Thurs

Parktown: Islamic Tuition/Madressah classes offered after school hours, flexible hours with a variety of subjects for students. Individual attention will be given. Classes commence January 2008.

Lenasia: Arabic tuition available in Lenasia, conducted by a qualified Muallimah.

Lesson required

Benoni: I am looking for tutors for GR 12 for Maths and Biology

Craighall park, JHB– Private madressahs tuition lessons required for 2 grade 3 students.

Boarding and lodging

Laudium: I am intending to move to Pretoria, for about 7 months, in February 2008, and i require boarding and lodging during my stay there. If there is anyone who can assist me in this regard;

Laudium: Muslim male looking for boarding in the laudium area.

Catering

Midrand:Please may I have more info about home cooked meals delivered daily.

Nana’s taxi

Mayfair: My father is prepared to queue for people who need to pay fines or to collect licences and also would like to pick kids up from school. They are from Mayfair West.

Johannesburg: Do you need to transport for goods, furniture, house accessories (Tiles and carpets)

Nani’s taxi

Brixton: I am looking for transport services to drop off and collect my kids aged (3,4) from

Fulham Rd, Brixton to a Creche in Winston Road, Homestead Park approx 2km

Lenasia: Lift required from Ext 10 to Greenside. Start on 04 Feb. 2008, time 09.00am to 4.00pm, days: Wed, Thurs & Fridays.

Lenasia: Transport from lenasia to sacred heart college in Observertory

Eldoraigne: From Hennopspark Primary to Eldopark, Eldoraign and from Cornwallhill, Irene to Eldopark, Eldoraign.

LIFT CLUB SPECIALIST
Why reinvent the wheel?

Looking for transport or lift clubs contact the following organisations who are masters in lift club solutions. Visit

MATCHMAKING

MUSLIM MALE MATCMAKING PROFILE

MM15: 25 Occupation Lawyer/Journalist Single Honest, independent, extroverted, artistic, liberal and practicing Muslim Interests/ Hobbies Movies, theatre, eating out, reading, traveling Favourite Music Eclectic Favourite Book Expecting Adam, Atonement, all of John Grisham Favourite Program on Radio/TV Radio 702, The Practice, 3rd degree Favourite Holiday Destination London, Dubai, Italy Seeking Open minded, modern, mature, cultured 18 – 24 year old girl who has or is studying towards a post matric qualification and is willing to travel.

MUSLIM FEMALE MATCHMAKING PROFILE:

MF31: 47 PA Divorced 4 children (2 are married),1 x 20 1 x 14, Go getter, enjoys outdoor life, squash, cricket, volley ball, swimming, hiking, music, reading, cooking, catering, walking my dogs. Listens to Jazz. Favourite book: The Long walk to Freedom Watches: Law and order Cape Town Seeking: Person with similar interests and passion for life

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