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News
  • 3 Ways to avoid your vehicle being car-jammed16th July 2019

    "The lesson is to consistently check if cars are locked after pressing their remotes before walking away. ‘Stash it, don’t flash it’ is always the best principle – never leave valuables visible to passers-by in vehicles, but rather lock it away.”


    Marius Steyn shares tips on how avoid falling victim to car-jamming:


    1. Better safe than sorry
    When leaving your parked vehicle, always double check that your vehicle is locked by testing the doors after pressing the immobilizer button.


    2. Be prepared
    Make sure you assess all immobiliser devices and security systems on a regular basis. If there are any faults, contact an authorised service provider to fix or replace the faulty system with a recommended device.


    3. Mind your storage
    Always store personal items such as sunglasses, cell phones and even groceries in a locked boot or glove compartment and not where they are visible. This reduces the temptation to steal.
    The rise in car-jamming incidents also signals a caution to policyholders to not only take greater care when they park but to be mindful of their car insurance conditions when it comes to car-jamming.

    To view full article click here - https://www.wheels24.co.za/News/Guides_and_Lists/3-ways-to-avoid-your-vehicle-being-car-jammed-20190716

  • The Gift of Giving for Mandela Day11th July 2019

    For the month of July, TNCW will once again be collecting items to support the trauma room at Kirstenhof SAPS. Even the smallest gesture can make a huge difference.

    The trauma counselors (all volunteers from our local area) make use of the Trauma Room at SAPS Kirstenhof, Retreat Railway Station and Westlake to help victims. They are extremely grateful for all the donations we have collected over the past two years and have kept them going throughout the year. Any small contribution helps.

    Below please find their wish list. Please note that all of the items requested are in the SMALL packaging for distribution to victims.
    Please NO tissues our toilet rolls as they still have many from last year’s collection.

    DONATIONS FOR TRAUMA ROOM (VEP – VICTIM EMPOWERMENT)
    LONG LIFE MILK (small)
    CHOCOLATE MILK (small)
    STRAWBERRY MILK (small)
    MILO (small)
    FRUIT JUICE (small)
    CREAMERS / CREMORA/ POWDERED MILK (small packets)
    COFFEE (small tins)
    SUGAR (small packets)
    BISCUITS (various)
    SWEETS (various large packets)
    SWEETS (various small packets)
    SUCKERS/LOLLIES
    DRIED FRUIT (small packets)
    PEANUTS (small packets)
    CRISPS (small packets)
    CUP-A-SOUPS with noodles
    PLASTIC TEA SPOONS
    WET WIPES
    SANITARY PADS
    TOYS
    KOKIS/CRAYONS (not wax)
    RAPE/CARE KITS
    DRAW-STRING BAGS TO PUT ITEMS IN (must be large enough to hold the care kit items) ICE CREAM TUBS (for the care kit items) TOOTHPASTE (small tubes) TOOTHBRUSHES SOAP DEODORANT VASELINE (small tubs) FACE CLOTHS PANTIES (Bikini in medium sizes) TISSUES (small packs for kits) COMBS/BRUSHES NOTEBOOKS (small) PENS (black) PADS PHOTOSTAT PAPER

    If anyone would like to donate finances for the trauma room, this will go into the CPF account and managed by their treasurer. These finances will be used for items such as badges, keys for rooms, printing materials, new work books, calling cards, fliers etc, as well as supplies for use within the trauma rooms when dealing with victims.

    All donations can be dropped off at 25 Glenugie Ave, Tokai with Doreen Pears. You can reach Doreen on 082 771 9093 and pears@fast.co.za

     

  • CPF Newsletter May 20196th June 2019

    Please see the CPF Newsletter for May 2019. If you don't see the newsletter on this page, please click on CPF Newsletter May 2019 to download the newsletter.

  • TNCW Office31st May 2019

    TNCW is happy to announce that our office at the library is now open every Wednesday and Friday from 10:00 - 13:00.  

    We are also contactable via telephone Monday to Friday from 09:00 - 13:00 on 082 7552818.

    We are here to serve you, our community, and would love to hear from you. Please feel free to come along with any queries you may have, or to pay your subs, or just to say 'hi' and find out how you can become more involved.

    Our sincere gratitude for the generosity of the residents who made this possible with their kind donations:

    Heidi Marais, our volunteer who will be manning the office on Wednesdays and Fridays.

    Rudi Marais for donating a laptop for the office.

    Lily and Ian Forbes, for donating our office cellphone.

    Steven from Bouw Plumbing for fixing our leak.

    Tokai has such a lovely community.  Thank you, thank you, Thank you!

     

    We are also open on the 1st Saturday of every month from 10:00 - 13:00, so please pop in tomorrow, Saturday 1st June.

     

  • TNCW - CPF Newsletter April 201927th May 2019

     

    Please have a read of a Newsletter from our local CPF doing wonderful work in the area.  If you don't see the Newsletter as an image (below), please click on the 'CPF Newsletter April 2019' link and download the document from our website.

    CPF Newsletter April 2019

     

     

     

     

     

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