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  • Woensdag, 22 Junie 2016 | Tel: 021 910 6500 | epos: [email protected]

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    Woensdag, 22 Junie 2016 | Tel: 021 910 6500 | epos: [email protected] @TygerBurger TygerBurger

    LPR CAMERAS: KENDAL ROAD NEIGHBOURHOODWATCH STARTS

    Keeping a watchful eye

    AVRIL FILLIES

    T

    he Kendal Road NeighbourhoodWatch

    (KNW) in Eversdal is in the process of

    implementing the first phase of their

    License Plate Recognition (LPR) camera

    project.

    Residents received letters about thehigh-

    level introduction to the KNW camera

    project. The first phase entails four camera

    points at the main entry routes to the KNW

    area with one camera already operational.

    Plans to expand the camera network are on

    the cards and we will keep residents in-

    formed.

    The placement of the cameras will be

    done based on the streets/locations where

    the financial contributions came from, so

    residents can rest assured that we will do

    our best to spend their money as close to

    home as possible, says Jacques Joubert,

    camera project coordinator for KNW.

    LPR camera feeds will automatically

    match number plates read against a data-

    base of known flagged vehicles.

    This means that unknown or suspicious

    cars travelling in and out of the monitored

    area would be screened and if a match is

    found, it will be reported to law enforcement

    agencies.

    Camera systems are another layer of se-

    curity to protect our neighbours. Many of

    our surrounding neighbourhoods are also

    implementing this technology with great

    success. Our surrounding neighbourhoods

    include Ridgeworth, Stellenberg, Stellen-

    ridge and Aurora. We are sharing informa-

    tion with them to become part of a larger

    safety net covering the entire Peninsula.

    V To page 2.

    The Western Cape

    minister of cultural

    affairs and sport,

    Anroux Marais, accom

    panied by the winners

    of the Tridistrict Drama

    Festival held during the

    Suidoosterfees earlier

    this year, visited the

    set of Suidooster in

    Milnerton last week.

    The winner will be

    starring in an episode

    of the soapie. Front

    from left are Moeniel

    Jacobs (mentor),

    Llewelyn Bond (win

    ner), Marais and Robyn

    Williams (winner). At

    the back are Suidoost

    er actors Marcel van

    Heerden en Gideon

    Lombard. As from July,

    the soapie will be

    broadcast four times a

    week. The first of the

    fourth episodes will be

    broadcast on Thursday

    7 July.

    Soapie

    stars in

    the

    making

  • 2 TYGERBURGER Tygervallei Woensdag, 22 Junie 2016NUUS

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    Community club Siemens Toastmasters

    invites the public to learn public speaking

    at their next meeting on Thursday 23 June

    from 18:00 to 20:00 at Siemens House in

    Tygerberg office park in Uys Krige Drive.

    Tickets cost R25. Booking is essential.

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    FROM PAGE 1

    Such a system in our neighbourhood will

    act both as a deterrent to criminals as well

    as provide evidence to investigatingofficers

    after crimeshave been committed, he says.

    He adds that this is quite a costly under-

    taking and that the KNW will need assist-

    ance from the community to raise the neces-

    sary funds for the project.

    A suggested contribution of R300 per resi-

    dent will have the remaining cameras in-

    stalled in no time. This amount can be paid

    as a once-off payment or in instalments.

    Additional information and amarketing

    campaign will be done over the next few

    weeks andmonths, so pleasemake sure you

    and yourneighbours are linked to one of the

    KNW communication channels either via

    our electronic newsletter, Facebook or

    Whatsapp groups. If you are unsure, please

    email me and I will ensure that you are

    linked to your KNW sector manager, he

    says.

    Joubert is more than willing to meet resi-

    dents and share the vision for the KNWs

    camera system.

    A banking account is opened to deposit

    the R300 and he has all the details.

    One of the first fundraisers by the KNW

    will beheld onThursday 21 July at theBarn-

    yard Willowbridge. The show, 1 Hit Wond-

    ers, featuresmore than 60hits spanning sev-

    en decades. The doors open at 19:00 and tick-

    ets cost R150 per person. Tickets are

    available at OK Minimark in Sondal Road.

    Patrons are advised to bring their own

    snacks or they can buy pizzas.

    A cash bar is also available.

    V Contact Jacques on 078 459 9655 or krsectors

    @gmail for more information.

    The City of Cape Towns Vice Squad

    rescued a 24-year-old woman in the

    Bellville CBD during an operation on

    Saturday 18 June.

    The woman, originally from Johan-

    nesburg, told the officers she had been

    forced into prostitution after being

    lured to Cape Town with the promise

    of employment.

    The young woman has been taken

    to a safehouseandwehavehanded the

    case over to the Hawks for further in-

    vestigation. Sadly her story is not

    unique and is yet another cautionary

    tale to young people to double-check

    any offers of employment, especially if

    they are from another town or city.

    They should alsomake sure their fam-

    ily knows their whereabouts at all

    times, says the CitysMaycomember

    for safety and security, JP Smith.

    The Vice Squad issued 20 spot fines

    for solicitation in areas including

    Bellville and Eerste River, totalling

    R23 000.

    The Liquor Enforcement Unit also

    assisted the police and the Western

    Cape Liquor Authoritys Compliance

    Unit in Khayelitsha, Macassar, Lwan-

    dle and Kuils River. They issued 19

    spot fines ofR39 900 andarrested a sus-

    pect for selling liquor illegally.

    Vice Squad

    rescues

    woman

    ESM ERASMUS

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