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  • TUESDAY 10 May 2016 | 0021 910 6500 | Fax: 021 910 6501/06 | Email: post@peoplespost.co.za

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    mall businesseswill received a boost as

    a project to grow the number street ki-

    osks operating on Long Street is

    launched.

    Ten entrepreneurs from across the prov-

    ince will start operating from a set of on-

    street kiosks in Long Street.

    AlanWinde,Minister of Economic Oppor-

    tunities, officially handed over the kiosks

    yesterday (9 May), on the corners of Long

    and Wale streets, to the entrepreneurs. The

    project is an initiative of the provincial de-

    partments of economic development and

    tourism, and transport and public works.

    Each kiosk is equippedwith a preparation

    bowl fixedwithbrackets to the internalwall,

    precast concrete serving counter, two locka-

    ble hand operated roller shutters, electrical

    light switch and double point plugs, Winde

    explains.

    Provincial transport and public works

    minister, Donald Grant, says: The space

    has been constructed taking into careful

    consideration the needs of the beneficiaries,

    and to aid in the efficient and effective run-

    ning of their businesses. We are very proud

    of this initiative, and the impact it will have

    on the lives of the chosen beneficiaries.

    Each entrepreneur will be able to custom-

    ize their kiosks, says Winde.

    Were handing over the space to the en-

    trepreneurs; they can now customize and

    make it their own. Located in the middle of

    the CBD, they are able to showcase and sell

    their goods in one of our regions most vi-

    brant spaces, he says.

    We know that entrepreneurs are key job

    creators, employing over 500 000 people in

    the Western Cape. This is why we invest in

    initiatives like these, which give small busi-

    nesses the support theyneed to take their en-

    terprises to the next level.

    The department has given over 30 000 en-

    trepreneurs the tools they need to start a

    business since 2009, Winde says.

    In this financial year were investing

    R40.9m into the development and support of

    small businesses, he says.

    Residents have been encouraged to take

    ownership of the space, opening the call for

    crowd-sourcing the name of the initiative.

    Id like to formally open the call to resi-

    dents to submit their suggestions for the offi-

    cial name for these kiosks.

    The kiosks will house a variety of busi-

    nesses, ranging from clothing, accessories

    and bags; sports apparel; snacks, cold drinks

    and coffee; cosmetics and hair products to

    art. Entrepreneurs are expected to begin

    trading by the end of the month..

    One of the 9000 runners who took

    part in the Slave Route Challenge on

    Sunday accepts a traditional Cape

    Malay koesister as he makes his way

    up Koesister Hill in Penz Street.

    See more photos on page 10.

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    Racism Race now

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    he closing date for entries to take part in

    the inaugural Relay Against Racism race

    has been extended to Friday 27 May.

    Due to great interest in the family Fun

    Walk, the organisers, Cycle of Life, have de-

    cided to extend the closing date for entries.

    Thedress codehas also been changed from

    black and white sportswear to full colour.

    Many participants requested that we

    change the dress code to full-colour to fur-

    ther enhance the key objectives of this initi-

    ative, which we fully support, the organis-

    ers say.

    Peoples Post is the official media sponsor

    of the event taking place at the Green Point

    Athletics Stadium on Saturday 28 May.

    TheRelayAgainst Racismevent is a 22-lap

    family and corporate fun walk around the

    track and represents one lap for each year

    of South Africas democracy aiming to unite

    all people against all forms of racism, xeno-

    phobia and related intolerances.

    More importantly, the event aims to bring

    together people from all walks of life to pro-

    mote a better understanding and trust be-

    tween various communities.

    Organisers will only be able to accommo-

    date the first 2500 entrants into the event.

    Entry into the event is R25 for pensioners

    and children under the age of 13, and R40 for

    people 13 years and older.

    Each participant will receive a free gift

    and a beverage at the registration point on

    Friday 27 May. Every participant that com-

    pletes the Relay Against Racism on Satur-

    day 28 May will also receive a certificate of

    appreciation in recognition of your support

    and commitment to walking away from ra-

    cism, xenophobia and related intolerances.

    Participants are urged to arrive at the sta-

    dium at 09:00 on relay day, and take along

    handmade posters and banners denouncing

    all forms of racism.

    There will be plenty of activities for chil-

    dren, including face painting and jumping

    castles, while exciting spot prizes will be up

    for grabs.

    The local DJ in attendance will be Ron X

    Rated, a very popular radio DJ, who will be

    providing the perfect music setting for the

    day. The WP marching squad will also join

    in on the festivities.

    A complimentary weekend hotel break

    valued at more than R3000, a trip on the

    world famous Blue Train valued at more

    than R37 000 and some other exciting prizes

    will be up for grabs. These prizes and free

    gifts are valued at more than R150 000.

    V Enter today at www.relayagainstracism.co.za or call

    Sharon on 021 391 0140/1 for entry forms and addi

    tional information. Those unable to access the online

    entry forms and payment facility, may also visit the

    stadium on Friday 27 May between 11:00 and 18:00

    to enter.

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