Abalali buhlayo abahlali base Sgingqini, eMpume ngu Donki.

Ngu: Mfundo Mpathani

Mpume – Ngokwengxelo esiyithelwe thsuphe ngu mhlali welali yase Sgingqini eMpume ku Gatyana  abalalibuhlalyo abahlali balelali emva kokuba isibhongobhiyane somgulukudu esaziwa nge gama lika Donki kulelali sigqugqisile ngo Lwesithathu ebusuku malunga nentsimbi yeshumi elinanye.

Axe

Ngoko mlomo ka nokrawuzana owaziwa ngu Mbhashe FM uthe lo mfo waziwa ngelo kuba ngu Donki ungene ephuma kwimizi nge mizi eyohlukeneyo kulelali komnye wafika wafuna utata wekhaya, akaphelelanga apho uphumele nakweminye emizi emibini kwalapha eSgingqini. Lentshuntshiso yakhe uDonki iphele ngokuse ade akrwintshe unyana kumzi othile nekutyholwa ngelokuba lonyana walomzi uye wabethwa ngomva wezembe eli ebegqugqisa ngalo apha eSgingqini uDonki.  U Nokrawuzana wethu ulelebele ngelithi ngolwesine ngenjixuku abakwantsasana bafike bengabhungisanga nalapho bebetyelele ku Donki, ubanjiwe sithethanje. Lo mhlali kwingxelo yakhe ngomnxeba uthe asaziwa isizekabani sesenzo sika Donki kodwa bakrokrela ukusebenzisa iziyobisi.

 

Adikwe finish and klaar amanina athi “mayicelwe”

Ngu: Mfundo Mpathani

Mbhashe – Aphume ngobuninzi amanina kwi dolophu yase Xhorha phantsi ko Masipala wase Mbhashe ephephezelisa imibhalo ethi “Asinatyala ngoba ne @#$^* mayicelwe” Ngethuba sithetha netshantliziyo lase Xhorha uNasizo Mndende uthe “bengomama badikwe finish and klaar” Izinto mazingafihlwa mazithethwe njengoba zinjalo esitsho ephephezelisa umbhalo onomyalezo obanakalisa ukwenela kwabo bengomama.

Nasizo Mndende itshantliziyo

Izizwe loMzantsi Afrika ligutyungelwe sisimnyama sokubulawa kwamanina nokuxhwila kwe mveku unobangela awukaziwa. Ukanti kusasanje nedolophu yase Dutywa omama bebehlangene becela ko phezulu uSomandla ukuba makathobe inceba yakhe ingene ezintliziyweni zabenzi bobubi bayeke ukuba zizilwanyana bakhe babengabantu njengoko uThixo wayebadalile.

Omama besithi kwanele eXhorha

Kutshanje intombazanana eneminyaka elishumi elinethoba Uyinene Mrwetyana ugetyengwe sisibhovubhovu sendoda yase posini eKapa eNtshona Koloni.

ENgqushwa omama bekhala ngokwanela kwabo

Ibime ngxi nedolophu yase Ngqushwa kusasanje amanina egxwala emswaneni besithi kunose kuf’ inja iyolahlwa abazoyinyamezela eyokuba ngamaxhoba ezihange. Kanti phezolo ibingumngcelele kwidolophu yase Kapa ikwasisimbonono sobugebenga.

Izobanjwa nge 22 Disemba iTenza Beach Music Festival ku Gatyana.

Ngu: Mfundo Mpathani

Gatyana – uMnyhadala obizwa iTenza Beach Music Festival nobanjwa rhoqo ngonyaka kwi dolophu yaku Gatyana uyaqhuba nakulo uphezulu unyaka. Ngokwengxelo epapashwe ngabaququzeleli be Tenza Beach Music Festival ku masikhasi abo onxibelelwano uzakuthi ubanjwe ngomhla wamashumi amabini anesibini – 22 ku Disemba. Abaququzeleli balomsitho uthandwa kakhulu ngabahlali kwakunye nabo bazimisele ukuthatha inxaxheba njenge mvumi abalali buhlayo kwi YouTube Channel i Tenza Beach Initiative bekhuphisana ukuba ngubani eyona mvumi enababukeli abaninzi ngokwengoma yayo ethe yangenela ngayo, kanti abaququzeleli bayithe ntsho le channel ngeliso lokhozi bejonge ezimvumi zikhuphisanayo ukuze ngomhla wokugqibela bagwebele ezo zenze kakuhle. Ukuze ukwazi ukuxhasa ezimvumi ungathi utyelele ku YouTube wandule ukucofa kulo mvumi uzimisele ukuyixhasa.

Khumbula usuku lwe Tenza Beach Music Festival: 22 Disemba 2019, bandwendwele ku Twitter @Tenzabeach kufacebook Tenza Beach Festival

Matriculants encouraged to consider a marine career in Mbhashe

Dutywa – Port of Ngqura marine pilot Vuyani Ntsimango was a guest speaker at the 2019 matric farewell of Vulingcobo Senior Secondary School in Dutywa on 7 August 2019, where he motivated the learners and outlined some of the marine career opportunities at Transnet National Ports Authority, the landlord of South Africa’s commercial ports.

Vulingcobo

Port of Ngqura marine pilot Vuyani Ntsimango (back, 2nd from left) was a guest speaker at the 2019 matric farewell of Vulingcobo Senior Secondary School in Dutywa recently, where he motivated the learners and outlined some of the marine career opportunities at Transnet National Ports Authority.

Ntsimango said South Africa’s maritime sector presents immense untapped opportunities for young people.

“There are exciting career opportunities for the youth to explore in the maritime sector, especially in marine roles such as marine pilots, tug masters and marine engineering officers. To access these opportunities young people need to be aware that Pure Mathematics and Physical Science are required, therefore the right career choices and hard work are the starting point,” he said.

Principal PP Sangqu said: “The presentation was so instrumental in empowering our learners to choose their career path. This effort should not only end at Vulingcobo Senior Secondary School, but should also extend to other schools.”

Ntsimango has worked for Transnet for 11 years. As a marine pilot, his role is to help visiting ships to dock, sail and shift safely in the port and to protect port infrastructure. This work is often carried out during strong winds, heavy swells and rough sea conditions.

“I’m the team leader during the operation. I give instructions to the tug masters, berthing masters and advise the Ship Captain during the manoeuvring,” he explained. He also assists with training junior pilots.

“Some of the challenges include meeting up with a difficult client like the ship’s captain. The captains are coming from different nations, cultures and home languages. As you walk into the ship, sometimes they undermine you as a pilot. In these instances, I always make sure I remain calm and do my job professionally until the Captain believes in me,” he says.

Ntsimango holds an Unrestricted Marine Pilot License which allows him to navigate ships of all types and sizes safely into our port waters. He has experience docking and sailing different kinds of vessels such as bulk carriers, tankers, car carriers, passenger liners, warships, fishing vessels, reefers and container ships. His other qualifications include Master Port Operations, a National Diploma in Maritime Studies from Cape Peninsula University of Technology, and a Management Development Program and Management Diploma from Nelson Mandela University.

“My Mathematics and Physical Science matric subjects allowed me to have an opportunity to be accepted in the SA Navy in order to be trained as a Combat Officer on-board ships,” he said.

After completing military training at SA Naval College in Gordon’s Bay, he moved to Simonstown for further training including Combat Officer, Astrology Deep Sea Navigation and the Bridge Watchkeeping Certificate (Equivalent to STCW Deck Officer Class 3 Ticket).

“I worked on-board the SAS Drakensberg Naval Vessel. I sailed around the world to a few countries, with highlights including the Caribbean, Jamaica and Haiti La Re-Union Island,” he recalled.

He went on to pursue maritime studies at Cape Peninsula University of Technology and was appointed by Transnet National Ports Authority in 2008 as a trainee Tug Master at the Port of PE until he joined the new Port of Ngqura in September 2009. In 2011 he advanced to complete marine pilot training at the Maritime School of Excellence in Durban. Part of his practical training was completed in the Ports of Durban and Rotterdam.

Ntsimango was born in Port Elizabeth, KwaZakhele Township, and lived with his parents in Zwide Township until the age of seven. He completed his foundation education at Vuyolwethu Primary School, while in the care of his grandmother in KwaTuku C Village in Peddie. He relocated back to Port Elizabeth after passing Grade 7 and completed secondary schooling at Mzontsundu High School in KwaZakhele Township.

He has lots of advice for young people. “Training and education are key. Focus on what you do. You will only earn respect when you respect others. Believe in yourself, never try to be someone else because you are unique. Never judge your destiny by the location of your birth.”

He added: “Your career should be part of your journey to discover your purpose. One tip that can assist you is finding that thing that comes naturally to you, that you are good at. That thing should automatically make you unique because you will excel in it and shine in your own way.”

He also urged the learners to find mentors and to remain teachable, quoting Robert Kiyosaki: “You won’t learn if you think you already know everything.”

TNPA participates in a number of high school programmes to enhance the teaching and learning of Mathematics and Science, which are critical for maritime and engineering careers. TNPA also exposes youngsters and the general public to the maritime sector, through initiatives such as Take a Girl Child to Work Day, Tomorrow’s Man, various career exhibitions and its port festivals.

It runs a bursary programme for high school learners to study their grades 10, 11, and 12 at Lawhill Maritime Centre in Simonstown, and tertiary level bursaries for studies in Maritime Related Diplomas such as Marine Engineering and Maritime Studies.

TNPA also has an adopted schools programme nationally through which the company invests in infrastructure and teaching programmes at these high schools, then supports some of the top performers for continued maritime studies at high school and tertiary level.

Issued by:

Sakhiwo Tetyana

Corporate Affairs Manager

Transnet National Ports Authority

Tel: 041-507-8210

Cell: 076-801-4423

Email: sakhiwo.tetyana@transnet.net

On Behalf Of:

Tandi Lebakeng

Port Manager

Port of Ngqura

Transnet National Ports Authority

Ukwi Top 10 ye Global Spotlight Talent Search 2019 uMpho.

Ngu: Mfundo Mpathani

uMphozisi Qalekiso owaziwa njengo “Mpho” emculweni nokwayinzalelwane yase Mevena ku Gatyana. Elityendyana lakwa Qalekiso lizenzela igama emculweni. Kukhuphiswano elibizwa Global Spotlight Talent Search 2019 nelibanjwa rhoqo ngonyaka kwidolophu yase Pere (Paarl) eNtshona Koloni uye wachongelwa kwindawo yesibini kwabalishumi – Top 10 abazokuthi baqubisane ku manqam olukhuphiswano.

Mphozisi Qalekiso eqongeni

Amagqibela ka nkqoyi wolukhuphiswano azokubanjwa ngomhla we 26 Oktobha 2019. Amatikiti azakufumaneka ekupheleni kuka August 2019. Ngethuba sithetha nale mvumi esele igxumeke intente eFranchhoek uthe “Ndidinga inkxaso yenu kakhulu bantu bakuthi, nobukho benu kwindawo endicula kuzo” Lawo ibengamazi avalelise ngawo emva kokuba esibalisele ngokhuphiswano le Global Spotlight Talent Search 2019. Abathathi nxaxheba kolukhuphiswano baminyaka ilishumi elinesihlanu ukuya kwenga mashumi amabini anesihlanu 15-25, ukanti ophume emgqabini ebagqwese bonke ngesakhono sokucula uyakuthi agoduka efunjathiswe imali enganga mawaka asibhozo erandi – R8000

Ukumagqibela ka nkqoyi ka Miss Grace SA uNasizo Wethu

Ngu: Mfundo MpathaniXhorha – Ukhuphiswano luka Miss Grace South Afrika lufika kuvutho ndaba sithetha nje. Inzalelwane yase Xhorha uNasizo Mndende ungomnye wamanina azokube ekhuphisana ku Miss Grace SA.Ukuba ungathanda ukubona eligqiyazana lithwaliswa isithsaba sika Miss Grace SA ungathi uncede uthumele umyalezo – sms onegama elithi Nasizo ku 47610. Ivoti zivulwa ngomhla we 25 July ngo 17:00 kude kubeyi 2 August ngo 15:00UMiss Grace SA uzakube ubanjelwe kwindawo ka nokutsho i Royal Yacht Club eV&A Waterfront eKapa ngomhla we 2 August ukusuka ngo 18:00. Masithathe iXhorha, uMbhashe Municipality, i Amathole District kwakunye ne Mpuma Koloni sizibeke kwinqanaba eliphezulu eMzantsi Afrika ngokuthi sithumele umyalezo omfutshane othi Nasizo ku 47610. Lo myalezwana uxabisa iR3.

Coylematic is making more rhythm in the City

By: Mfundo Mpathani

A Willowvale born hip hop artist by the name of Lwandiso “Coylematic” Fuzile is making more rhythm with his music in the City of Jozi. Coylematic is a self-made hustler who takes every opportunity that comes his way in the big city of Johannesburg and turning it into gold with a rhythmic sound of hip hop. Coyle made his mark in the music industry with his hit song “If I die” and still continue with his hustle. Mbhashe Online talked to Coylematic about his new opportunity with one of the leading soapies on tv, Rhythm City. We ask him few questions about the opportunity he got from Rhythm City recently.

Coyle

Lwandiso “Coylematic” Fuzile

Mbhashe Online: Coyle, briefly tell us about the agreement you signed recently with Rhythm City.

Coylematic: Like everyone I emailed my two tracks, “Dintja Tsa Teng” and Don’t Judge Me” to the Music Supervisor of Rhythm City which is Mpumi Phillips. Last week Thursday I received an email from her saying Rhythm City would love to use my song “Don’t Judge Me”

Mbhashe Online: Wena as an artist ukufumana ithuba lokuba kudlalwe umculo wakho on a national TV kukuthatha kukubekephi as an artist?

Coylematic: It’s a big achievement as an artist, honestly. That clearly means you’re progressing, you’re growing as an artist and says a lot about your music quality.

Mbhashe Online: Udibene njani nabakwa Rhythm City?

Coylematic: I used to do extras (background acting) for Skeem Saam at Sasani Studios (where they shoot): Skeem Saam, Scandal and Rhythm City. Out of curiosity as an artist I bumped to Ntombi who works for Rhythm City and we had a conversation about submitting songs for Rhythm City soundtracks, then she introduced me to Mpumie (Rhythm City Music Supervisor).

Mbhashe Online: Usasebenza njenge artist ezimeleyo okanye ikhona indawo eku sayinileyo ophantsi kwayo ngoku?

Coylematic: I am still pushing myself, getting deals without any help, am not under any label.

Mbhashe Online: Salute….One last question Coyle. When can we expect to hear the song on Rhythm City?

Coylematic:  We can expect to hear the song from 07 – 18 October 2019.

Nasizo Mndende the finalist of Miss Grace 2019

By: Mfundo Mpathani

Xhorha – Nasizo Mndende is from a small town under Mbhashe Local Municipality in Eastern Cape. She is the Finalist from Miss Grace South 2019. She represent Xhorha, She represent Amathole and also represent the entire Eastern Cape

Mpho ukhuphe ivideo ethi African Queen

Ngu: Mfundo Mpathani

Gatyana: Imvumi yaku Gatyana UMphozisi Qalekiso ukhuphe ivideo yengoma yakhe ethi African Queen. Elityendyana lisaze ngobuso elizweni nasemculweni libonakala kule video lisoloko lichulile ne nenekazi elimanzandonga, nalapho uMpho ebonakalisa ukulixabisa, elityibela ngezincomo eligqiyazana kwaye benxibe izinto zesiNtu. UMpho sele ezinze kwele Ntshona Koloni ukukhulisa italente yakhe yomculo. Inxalenye yale video ka Mpho ishicilelwe kwi dolophana encinci entle ngokwendalo nenembali kwezokhenketho eyaziwa njenge Franschoek kwingqingqi ye Cape Winelands edume ngokuvelisa umdiliya nekulikhaya labakhenkethi.

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