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    BERGVLIET

    Fence gaps invite crime

    TIYESE JERANJI

    @jeranji

    M

    embers of the BKM Neigh-

    bourhood Watch from

    Bergvliet says the missing

    fence along the railway line has be-

    come a cause of concern as it is pos-

    ing a safety risk.

    The members say because of the

    missing fence it has become easy

    for criminals to commit crimes

    and get away through the broken

    fencing. Theybelieve thiswouldnt

    be happening if Metrorail fenced

    all the areas.

    In an effort to make sure that

    there is no easy route for criminals

    to get away they have been in con-

    tact with Metrorail, but nothing

    has comeof it. Theyhavehadmeet-

    ings but all they get is promise aft-

    er promise whilst crime is getting

    out of hand in the area.

    Last year they had a meeting

    with Metrorail, which told them

    the tenderwent out inOctober. But

    Metrorail was audited towards the

    end of last year, which halted any

    further progress in this matter.

    However, those at the meeting

    were told a contractor had been ap-

    pointed for the work but that it

    would take at least a month for

    them to be approved and to com-

    plete this work.

    Once this approval was granted,

    it would take about two weeks to

    get started. But up to now they are

    still waiting and for them it feels

    they are waiting in vain.

    Brian Wilkinson, chairperson of

    the BKM Neighbourhood Watch,

    says its unacceptable that crime is

    getting out of hand whilst Metro-

    rail sits and does nothing.

    Crime is rampant in these areas

    without proper fencing; those liv-

    ing along the lines are being target-

    ed daily. A lot of other people are

    using the gaps or openings which

    might result in serious accidents.

    This is unacceptable in view of

    the fact that the communitys safe-

    ty is at risk. Recently we had an in-

    cident where the perpetrator es-

    caped across the railway line and

    vanished. We dont want a very se-

    rious incident to take place before

    this work is attended to, says

    Wilkinson.

    Stuart Buckley, chairperson of

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    tion. There is human waste lying

    around everywhere. The stink

    along our boundary is unbearable,

    people are just urinating every-

    where they feel like it.

    V Continued on page 2.

    CONSTANTIA | WYNBERG

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    no excuse campaign against sexual crimes, rape and assault that was

    held on the campus last Thursday. The campaign aims to create student

    awareness of the dangers on campus, the support structures that are

    available to them and what is being done or can be done to ensure their

    safety. It is in response to the sexual assaults which happened on

    Hiddingh campus last year and the recent attacks at Rhodes Memorial.

    PHOTO: ELBE VAN DEN BERG

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    Lifes passion found on Fan Walk

    TIYESE JERANJI

    @jeranji

    D

    ancing is my life. I even have a tattoo

    about dance because this is one thing

    that Im very passionate about.

    This is what Kurt Palmer (20) from Steen-

    berg says. Palmer realised his dream when

    he started dancing in front of a huge crowd

    of spectators at Cape Town Carnival five

    years ago. He has since developed this

    dream into a passion and today, he is a lead

    performeratCapeTownCarnival and chore-

    ographs routines for the community group

    of Steenberg High School which is where

    it all started.

    Palmer has been dancing for the past 11

    years, startingwith ballet in primary school

    and then joining Steenberg Highs commu-

    nity group. This was where he ended up per-

    forming on a public platformand discovered

    that it was something that he would like to

    do for the rest of his life.

    I have always known my passion in life

    was dancing, ever since my first perform-

    ance. When I have to change into character

    it feels basically like Im starting a new life,

    opening my body and mind to new things

    that will tell a story.

    Despite now doing what he loves, Palmer

    says that it has never been an easy journey:

    One of the challenges I had to overcome as

    a teenager was the bullying and negativity

    by pupils at my school but I always made a

    way to overcome them.

    Coming from disadvantaged communi-

    ties it was even difficult to go to rehearsal

    because of criminal activities. Getting from

    one place to another was a struggle but I

    knew this is what I wanted to do so I had to

    face the struggles head on. One of the great-

    estmotivations I hadwasmy life orientation

    teacher in matric, Ms Priestley, who always

    had confidence in me and helped me out in

    m