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Year 7

193rd Edition

Friday 10 February 2017

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No money for student accommodation at CS Barlow Hundreds of students from the Sekhukhune TVET College at the CS Barlow Campus in Motetema burned down the college’s Student Support Centre on Tuesday 31 January. The torching follows after the college failed to pay students’ private accommodation at their residential area in Motetema Township. According to Sekhukhune Express Student Movement Chairperson Samuel Moela, the college’s hostel is in a bad state and cannot be used for accommodation. “Students and college management agreed in 2013 that students should rent rooms in the township for accommodation. Some students’ accommodation is been paid by the National Student Financial Aid Scheme (NSFAS) and it was agreed that the college should pay the funds to the landlords as the money is paid directly to the college by NSFAS. The college failed to pay the landlords since then,” he said. Moela added that the college management is refusing to release students financial statements. “We do not know where are they taking the money because according to our agreement contract signed with NSFAS during the applications, accommodation money is included and fully paid to the college every month,” he added. He said students complained to the Campus Manager Ms Joyce Mphela about the situation but she failed to attend to the matter. “We wrote a letter to the College CEO Mr Tebogo Kekana on Tuesday 24 January stating our complaints. The issue of the college’s failure to pay for private accommodaStudent Support Centre at tion was listed in the letter. Other issues listed Sekhukhune TVET College in CS in the letter including shortage of text books Barlow Campus Motetema up in and that some of the computers are not working flames. properly resulting in some students unnecessary failing their subjects,” he claimed. Kekana agreed to meet with students on Friday 27 January. During the meeting, Kekana referred students to ask questions to relevant departments offices in the college. “We went to the offices the same Friday but could not find clarification of our complaints. We then went straight to Mphela’s office on Monday requesting a meeting with the bursary committee on Tuesday 31 January and she agreed. Mphela did not pitch in the meeting and students became angry and started burning the Student Support Centre demanding that Mphela should come and address students,” said Moela. Another meeting was scheduled for Thursday 2 February between Mphela and students. According to Moela, during the meeting, Mphela did not address challenges faced by students. Instead, she told students that a formal meeting will be held soon to address their issues. “Mphela did not provide more details about the complaints. Students were not satisfied and agreed to go to Kekana’s office to complain but were denied entry by the police. An urgent meeting was held and it was agreed that a petition should be written against Mphela that she must leave the college premises because she is not serving students’ interests. As students, we have already exhausted the avenues we have. We are tired of engaging with Mphela because she is not listening to us. She is not a consistent person. She

knows how to change stories and whatever she says to students are lies,” he said. Sekhukhune TVET College Spokesperson Abicky Kgolane told the Dispatch that NSFAS has cut student funding in the college which makes it difficult to pay for students’ accommodation. “NSFAS did not allocate all the funds they promised to pay for students’ accommodation. The shortage also affects allocations for other students’ tuition fees,” he said. Kgolane slammed claims that the campus manager is refusing to address students. “We do not have Students Representative Council at this stage and the manager is urged to speak to some of the concerned groups that claim to be representing students. But it seems like the message is not reaching the rest of the students which may result in others claiming that the manager is not addressing the challenges facing the college,” he said.


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Décor Express opens its doors at Game Centre Groblersdal by the product we sell. Décor Express specializes in PVC ceilings and a wide range of home decorative products. Stores are decorated so as to conveniently display all the finishes available to home owners to achieve their dream home finishes. PVC ceilings, for example, are displayed with matching cornices and breathtaking

Décor Express is a proudly South African company bringing a new look and feel to the home decorative products market. The concept was founded by friends Heyns Schoeman and Willie Prinsloo who decided to

start their own retail chain. From the outset the intent was to expand their concept to all corners of South Africa, making their products conveniently available for all. Both Heyns and Willie are from Pretoria but established branches in

Silverton, Mamelodi, Bella Bella, Kwamhlanga, Gezina, Wonderpark, Soshanguve, Brits, Montana, Villeria, Polokwane, Hebron and now Groblersdal. Décor Express opened its doors to the public on Friday, 27 January. Heyns stated the reason for choosing Groblersdal was to bring their unique concept and products to the community of Groblersdal. We want all home owners to live in their dream house and we believe that, that can be achieved

lightfittings. Outlets also stock a wide range of 3D wall art, dado- and curtain rails, blinds and flooring products. The customer base incorporates the general public, contractors and developers. Our Grand Opening was a huge success and wê would like to thank the following people: Santjie Wahl, the Traffic Department, TUT FM, Thoko Mahlangu, Busi Mahlangu, Stephine and every client that supported us.

Police recovers stolen vehicles Dennilton Police recovered two stolen vehicles at Moteti Liberty on Sunday 5 February. The discovery comes after the police received a tip off from community members. According to Sergeant Inanda Shipalana, Dennilton SAPS Spokesperson, both vehicles were stolen from their rightful owners in January this year. “The Mercedes Benz B200 was hijacked from its owner at OR Tambo Village in Dennilton. The Golf 7 was also hijacked and was reported stolen at Kwaggafontein in Mpumalanga,” said Shipalana. The owner of the Mercedes Benz was shot several times by the criminals when hijacking him at OR Tambo Village earlier this year,” said Shipalana. She added that after receiving information, the police went to the scene and recovered the two stolen vehicles but the suspects already fled when the police arrive. “The suspects are known and the police are looking for them. We appeal to anyone with information that can lead to the arrests of the suspects to contact the nearest police station or call 08600 10111. An investigation is underway and we are hoping to make arrests soon,” she said.

Primary Prefect and High School Executive Council Inauguration The inauguration of the leaders of our school took place on Thursday, 2 February in the school hall. The event was made possible by our dedicated staff members, who organised everything, for the learners and their proud parents.

High School EC

Primary School Prefects

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Choppies Groblersdal customer wins brand new car

Johannes Moganedi posing in front of his new Datsun Go in front of Choppies Store in Groblersdal.

Choppies Groblersdal store has officially handed over a new Datsun Go vehicle to the winner of their Christmas Bonanza Competition. Johannes Moganedi, was too excited when Choppies Groblersdal Branch Manager Beckham Kgama handed over the keys to his brand new Datsun Go on Saturday 28 January. An enthusiastic audience including customers gathered to witness the hand-over and enjoyed the entertainment by the local Thabantsho Community Radio Station from Tafelkop. Local artists were also invited to entertain the audience. The Choppies Christmas Bonanza competition started on 23 November in all Choppies Stores across the country. To enter the competition, customers had to fill in the entry form attached to their till slips and put it in the entry box in store. Kgama said the competition included other prizes such as an LCD flat screen TV set and hamper groceries from the store. He said to him it was a pleasure to hand-over the vehicle to a loyal customer of Choppies Groblersdal. The car winner, Johannes Moganedi, who is a street vendor in Groblersdal Town said he buys his stock in the store on a daily basis. “I buy bags of potatoes and sell to my customers on the streets. I am a regular customer in the store and always enter their competitions. I did not believe my ears when l received a call from the store’s head office to tell me that I am the winner. I was so delighted and overwhelmed with happiness,” he said. Hilda Magampa is the Choppies Groblersdal winner of an LCD Flat Screen TV set.

Ephraim Mogale Ward 15 residents demonstrate against ward councillor Angry community members of Ephraim Mogale Ward 15 took it to the streets on Monday 30 January. Residents were expressing their dissatisfaction about the municipality’s failure to release a date where the community will participate in electing ward committee members. Residents were also demonstrating against the ward councillor in the area, Tebogo Molatudi, for illegally appointing ward committee members and steering committee in a tar road project in the area. Roads were barricaded by dozens of residents and schools were also interrupted. Workers in the tar road project were forcefully removed from the construction site by the angry community members. Jan Mabuso, a community leader in Ephraim Mogale Ward 15, told the Dispatch that since last year the community is waiting for the municipality to come with the date where ward committee members will be elected. “Last year, ward committee members were announced to be taking place on 30 September at Elandskraal Stadium. The ward councillor illegally appointed her people a day before on 29 September at Morarela Village. We disputed the ward committee elected by the councillor because the community was not properly consulted in the election. The committee was not recognized in the municipality and we were promised the Municipal Speaker Molaudi Mothogwane that another date will be set for the elections,” he said. Mabuso claims the community was surprised when the ward councillor appointed the steering committee in a tar road project at Elandskraal Village without proper consultation with the community. “The councillor appointed the same people he illegally elected as ward committee last year to be the steering committee in the project. This action triggered a protest by the community and ended up stopping the project,” he said. He added twelve people were appointed in a raffle system to work in the project but when the construction started on Monday 30 January, the councillor had hired twelve other people known by her. He said the community tried to engage the municipality before the protest but they were given a cold shoulder, which led to the community taking it to the streets. During the protest, the community demanded that Council Speaker Mothogwane should come and address the community. A steering committee was properly elected on Wednesday 1 February by the community members. Mothogwane met community leaders on Thursday 2 February and it was agreed that a date will be released where the community will take part in the elections of ward committee members. According to Mabuso, the community is satisfied with the outcomes of the meeting with Mothogwane and will wait for a date where community members will elect their ward committee members. Ephraim Mogale Local Municipality Spokesperson Jan Phasha said the municipality met with residents and resolved the issue. “The municipality will be releasing the date of ward committee elections where ward 15 community members will be engaged and take part,” he said.


Students warned about bogus tertiary institutions Matriculants are urged to be vigilant when considering their choice of tertiary institutions because many private colleges are operating illegally. This is the warning by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET). The department has urged potential students to verify the accreditation of any private college or university before enrolling for studies. It was discovered by DHET that these bogus operators come in all forms and shape. Some of these bogus private colleges get accredited to offer one qualification and go on to offer other programmes that are not accredited with the department. Dr Shaheeda Essack, Director of registrations at Department of Higher Education and Training said what they have discovered is that some of the colleges forge the certificate and insert programmes they are not accredited for. She said it is really shocking to see some of the tricks some colleges get up to. “The department intensifies its fight against bogus institutions of higher learning. Many unsuspecting South Africans have fallen victim to these institutions that are illegally operating. As we are already entered the critical phase of academic registration of 2017, many of these illegal operators will advertise themselves to attract more students. South Africans are urged to guard against these unscrupulous institutions,” said Essack. She said the unregistered colleges use a range of methods to mislead the public. The recent trends identified by the department are the number of on-line operators committing internet fraud by purporting to offer degrees in 15 days using the name and logo of the department. Essack added applicants should head on over the Department of Education’s website to see if the institution is registered. The final component of a college’s accreditation has to do with the fact that the college’s accreditation must be verified by Umalusi. To verify whether a private college has been registered, students can call the department's toll free number 0800 87 22 22,” concluded Essack.


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Back to School Campaign for Moutse Schools

The guest speaker, Dumisani Sithole motivating pupils at the Ndlovu Miracle Theatre.

Pupils from eighteen primary and secondary schools from Moutse converged at the Ndlovu Miracle Theatre in Elandsdoorn, Dennilton for a Back to School Campaign. The event, that was held on Friday 27 January saw hundreds of learners attending. Life coaches, authors, Radio & TV personalities, community members and various government department representatives attended. The campaign was aiming to motivate learners on how to tackle drugs and alcohol abuse. Other issues such as teenage pregnancy, high rate of crime and other challenges facing young people. The guest speaker, Dumisani Sithole, a well-known author, said the biggest enemy to the education system is drug abuse. He said things could not continue normally while the future of young people was being destroyed. "We are taking a strong stance against drug abuse. We demand that radical decisions should be taken against those who sell drugs and destroy the future of our youth,” he said. Sithole said pupils should not let their circumstances define their future. He stressed that campaigns play an important role to motivate the learners. He added that he back to school campaign is to respond to the needs of young people from disadvantaged communities. Sithole urged parents to encourage their children to get into the habit of reading and writing from a young age. He also called on society and cooperate to participate in the promoting culture of reading.

The campaign organizer, Vusi Mabena, a local young poet from Elandsdoorn Township said the campaign played an important role in uplifting schools since it started last year. “We started the campaign with only four schools last year and they performed well in their final examinations results at the end of the year. This year we invited more schools and hope it will assist a lot. We are glad that the schools responded positively and came in numbers,” he said. He added that the campaign visits schools during the course of the year to continue encouraging learners.

Sergeant Inanda Shipalana giving a motivational talk.

Stationery delivered to all Limpopo schools The long awaited delivery of textbooks and stationery for learners in Limpopo schools is over, the Limpopo Provincial Department of Education said. The department said it has delivered all the pending supplies needed at schools that were left short of teaching material at the beginning of the 2017 academic year. Limpopo Education Department Provincial Spokesperson Dr Naledzani Rasila said the delay came when they moved from the expired contract that caused the logistics delayed with the new contractor. “The tender for the delivery of stationery was only awarded in November, causing delays in delivery,” he said. Rasila confirmed that delivery for 2018 will be on time, as the current contract is for the next 3 years. For the past three years the provincial and national department have been dragged to court several times by civil rights groups demanding orders to force delivery of textbooks on time. Rasila said that principals and teachers who run out of supplies should contact the department’s toll free number on 0800265266. In 2012, Section 27 and Basic Education For All launched an urgent application to force the government to give textbooks to pupils in Limpopo. At the time, more than 18000 textbooks had not been delivered to about 18 schools in the province. Furthermore, In January 2017, the South African Human Rights Commission (SAHRC) threatened to take legal action against the department if all outstanding textbooks and stationery are not delivered by 26 January 2017. Rasila said that they communicated with the SAHRC to indicate the commitment that they had made. Meanwhile Limpopo Premier Stanley Mathabatha says he is satisfied with the delivery of stationery at schools in the province that had experienced shortages. Mathabatha said that he was also satisfied with the improved efforts by the service provider to ensure that the books reached school.

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Drunk driver arrested after accident kills one and injured 14 occupants A 27 year old motorist named Donald Khoza was arrested by the Dennilton Police and charged with culpable homicide and drinking under the influence of alcohol. The suspect was arrested after an accident that occurred at Five Morgan in Dennilton on Monday 6 February around 16:00. “According to the information, the suspect apparently tried to overtake a vehicle when another vehicle was coming from the opposite direction. He tried to avoid colliding with the vehicle that was coming from the opposite direction. He lost control and the vehicle swerved and overturned,” said Sergeant Inanda Shipalana, Dennilton SAPS Spokesperson. Shipalana added that the vehicle was carrying 15 occupants at the time of the accident. “One person died instantly and the others sustained injuries. They were rushed to nearby hospitals for medical attention. The driver was examined and it was discovered that he was driving under the influence of alcohol and he was arrested immediately,” she said. Shipalana said the suspect appeared before the Moutse Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday 7 February and was granted a R500-00 bail. “He will appear again on 13 March 2017. A drinking under the influence of alcohol and culpable homicide docket is under investigation,” she said.

20 year imprisonment for murder accused A 24 year old man named, Walter Makaba, was sentenced 20 years in prison by the Polokwane High Court. Makaba, from Kutupu Village in Nebo area was sentenced after he was found guilty of three charges by the Polokwane High Court on Wednesday 1 February. “The accused shot and killed a 58 year old woman at Mmotwaneng Village on 12 March 2013. The Walter Makaba was sentenced to 20 year in prison by the woman died at the Polokwane High Court. scene after sustaining a single bullet wound at the back of her head,” for murder and five years for possession of said Constable Boitumelo Matlala, Motetema unlicensed firearm and ammunition. All counts SAPS Spokesperson. Matlala added that will run concurrently. An effective 15 years Makaba was hunted down by the police and sentence was secured and the accused was arrested. He was out on bail before the sentenc- declared unfit to possess a firearm. The police ing. “The accused was sentenced to 15 years welcomes the sentence,” he said.

Rapist gets life in prison

Sello Chauke was sentenced to life in prison by the Groblersdal Regional Court for raping a 11 year old girl.

Sello Chauke (30) was sentenced to life imprisonment at Groblersdal Regional Court on Monday 6 February 2017. The accused received the heavy sentence after he raped an 11 year old girl at Ga-Botha Village on 2 January 2014. “According to the information the accused asked the victim to accompany him to buy electricity. After buying electricity he bought drinks and snacks for her. He then took the victim inside the bushes at the same village where he raped her. He then told the victim not to tell anyone about the incident,” said Constable Lethunya Mmuroa, Marble Hall SAPS Spokesperson. Mmuroa said the victim reported the matter to her mother the following day after suffering pains from her stomach and private parts. “ The police were called and the culprit was nabbed on 3 January 2014 at Ga-Botha village,” he added. Mmuroa said the victim was taken to Philadelphia Hospital for treatment and for physical evidence and it was confirmed that the accused

raped the victim. “The case was investigated until the accused was found guilty and charged. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on 6 February at Groblersdal Regional Court. He was also declared unfit to possess a firearm,” he said. “As the police, we welcome the sentence and we appreciate the good work that was done by the investigating officer by insuring that the accused get what he deserve. We are also appealing to the community to break the silence against any form of abuse to the police immediately,” concluded Mmuroa.



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Mamagoshi Counselling Centre launched in Monsterlus Mamagoshi Counselling Centre (MMC) was launched at Monsterlus Unit B on Saturday 28 January. The counselling centre, is aiming to focus and deal with social challenges facing young people, couples and families. Community members from Monsterlus and other surrounding areas came in numbers to attend. The centre was launched by Counsellor Professor Marrius Herholdt and his wife Dr Liezel Herholdt. According to the Managing Director of Mamagoshi Counselling Centre (MMC), who is a Marriage Officer at the Department of Home Affairs and also a high school educator, Reverend Willy Payane, their mission is to move Sekhukhune District’s population to a condition of empowerment and self-determination. He said he started the centre after realizing that a number of people struggle to cope with social difficulties they face on daily basis. “This will be done by enabling the community to adopt innovative strategies to produce desirable actions that lead to healthy living conditions,” he said. Payane added that MMC is striving to change lives of Sekhukhune residents to the better with its number of services offered to the people.

“MCC is dedicated to the communities it serves, through counselling, seminars, motivational talks, life and financial coaching. The centre strives to raise public awareness to the needs of at-risk individuals within our district. Services are designed to empower, uplift, develop and increase self-esteem, self-respect, respect for others in society. We also promote health and address issues relating to improving the quality of lives of the people,” he said. Payane encouraged people to come forward and raise their problems to MMC highly trained staff to get immediate help. “It is difficult to see people struggling to solve problems, and giving up their dreams in life. Challenges are always there as long as we live and people must come forward to get help and go on with their life,” he said.

Government is not maintaining soccer fields in villages Sports organizers around Moutse are worried that government is not playing a role in uplifting the standard of football in the area. The organizers complain that the soccer fields are in a bad state, however, they made countless pleas to Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality to clear the soccer fields. Recently on Wednesday 1 February, a local team based in Tayereni Section in Dennilton, Afro FC suffered a 5-0 defeat from Limpopo Premier Soccer League (PSL) giants, Baroka FC. According to the organizers, the defeat could be influenced by Afro FC from Tayereni Village in Dennilton just before the standard of football pitch the team used for taking on Limpopo PSL giants, Baroka FC. training and matches. “Soccer fields around Moutse are in a very bad condition and dragging down the performance of our players. The grass is very tall and there is dongas everywhere caused by recent heavy rains. The boys cannot perform well in that state of the pitch and this lowers their performance,” said July Mogola, a sports organizer in Moutse. Mogola added that they were happy after the fleet machinery was handed over by Elias Motsoaledi Mayor Cllr Julia Mathebe. “We were promised that the machinery will attend Baroka FC and Afro FC players after a friendly soccer the community to clear roads and fields. But match at Ga-Mashabela Village. that happened for a very long time now. It is like no one cares about sporting activities in the municipality,” he said. He should address the issue to the ward councillor added that village teams also lack funding support but there are officials and ward committee members. They are also appointed in the municipality focusing on sports related issues. “We advised to come to the office of the Acting approached Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality requesting that they Director of Infrastructure Department in the assist us with transport when going to play with Baroka but we were told municipality. The machinery is meant to serve there was no budget for sports at that stage. I wonder how can the the community and there is no way the municimunicipality appoint sports official when they do not allocate a budget pality can deny services to the people,” he said. to deal with sporting activities,” he said. Even though they suffered defeat from Baroka FC, Mogola complimented Afro FC players for their commitment shown on the field during the match. “The boys played well and they did not show respect to Baroka in the field at all. Our opponents were also impressed by the players, especially our goalkeepers. We are aiming to host Baroka around June but our challenge is that the fields are not ready to host a professional soccer team. We hope that by then the municipality will prepare the fields, allowing these young boys to fulfill their dream of playing with a PSL team on their home ground in front of their parents and supporters,” he said. Another sports organizer, Tsakisa Solly Ndlovu claims that the municipality and local businesses do not contribute in sports. “This is a challenge to us because local teams lack soccer kits, soccer balls and other materials used in the field of play. We want to take these children out of the streets but we cannot do it alone. These children have talent and we cannot do nothing and watch it wasted on bad things in the streets,” he said. Ndlovu added that the teams are preparing for the Local Football Association league but they are challenged by lack of proper playing fields in their villages. “The league is very important for the boys because it is recognized by the South African Football Association (SAFA) and also the first step to the PSL. The fixture is already out but the fields are not yet ready,” he said. Ndlovu highlighted that the municipality is not taking steps but officials are appointed in the sports department and earn a monthly salary for doing nothing. Elias Motsoaledi Local Municipality Spokesperson Simon Makua said the municipality has no official appointed to deal with sports. “The issue of sports is under the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture and we do not have a sports department in the municipality. Residents are advised to contact the Department of Sports, Arts and Culture when seeking assistance,” he said. He added that sport fields are cleared in the villages and said the municipality is not aware that there are some others fields that are left behind. “The complaining community

Professor Marrius Herholdt (centre) and Dr Liezel Herholdt (right) handing over a Professional Counselling Certificate to MMC founder Willy Payane (left).


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Host beaten in a Sports Against Crime friendly soccer match

Dennilton SAPS FC hosted Tweefontein SAPS FC for a Sports Against Crime friendly soccer match. The match, that was aiming to promote a healthy living among police officers, was held at Juventus Sports Ground in OR Tambo Village Dennilton. Just after the match started, the host dominated the match but lacked in the striking force and was unable to score an opener in the early minutes of the match. A goal attempt was made by Sdumo in the 8th minute after a counter in the box, he was denied by the defender before he could shoot. The visitors, Tweefontein FC scored a beautiful goal in the 13th minute, a counter by Sifiso facing the goalie and sent him to the wrong way after the host defenders tried to hold Tweefontein strikers on off side trap. The referee did not blow a whistle allowing Sifiso to enter the box and score the opening goal of the match, 1-0 it was. After the goal the host started to play long passes forward trying to find their strikers and equal the scoring. This did not help as Tweefontein defenders were solid and denied Dennilton strikers to penetrate and enter the box. The host started to play short passes in the midfield trying to break the wall of the visitors. In the 19th minute, an equalizer was scored by Dennilton SAPS, a counter into the box by Zakes whose shot deflected on the goalie’s hands back to the field of play and Nunu scored in close range, 1-1 it was. Three minutes later in the 22nd minute, the visitors grabbed a lead when Foza scored a goal, a close range in the box after a counter with teammates, 2-1 it was to Tweefontein SAPS. After the goal, the visitors dominated the match and made attempts to extend the lead but were denied by the defenders. Towards the 30th minute, Dennilton SAPS’ Sdumo was out of luck when he shot out of the box trying to hang the goalie but his shot hit the woodwork and was caught by the goalkeeper. Before the end of the first half, the host was dominating the match but did not enter the box and managed to hit the target. The first half ended 2-1 to Tweefontein SAPS FC. The second half started with a 50/50 ball possession match when both teams attacked to demand goals but strikers from both sides failed to hit the target. Dennilton SAPS Head Coach Madida Ndala, made a few substitutions to strengthen his midfield and strikers demanding to score an equalizer. The changes allowed the host to start pressurizing the visitors and frequently entered the box but failed to score as most of their shots went wide. The visitors extended the lead in the 52nd minute, a beautiful goal by Shimane after penetrating the defenders and sent the goalie to the wrong way, 3-1 it was to the visitors, Tweefontein SAPS. The visitors started playing good passes pressured the host and dominated the match. After the 60th minute, Dennilton SAPS realized that time was running out and started to dominate by attacking on the sides. Vusi Sepoto, scored Dennilton SAPS’ second goal in the 68th minute, a close range in the box after a counter attack played with Sdumo, 3-2 it was. A few minutes later in the 76th minute, the host equaled the scoring by the unstoppable combination of Vusi and Sdumo. Vusi Sepoto made a counter attack penetrating the defenders entering the box and passing the ball to Sdumo who managed to send the goalie into the wrong way in close range and easily scoring an equalizer, 3-3 it was. After the equalizer the visitors started to play good passes penetrating the defenders but were denied by the goalkeeper. Tweefontein SAPS kept the pressure on and managed to score a goal towards the end of the match when Foza registered his brace on the score board, penetrating the defenders and sending the goalie into the wrong way. A few minutes after Tweefontein SAPS grabbed a lead, the referee blew his whistle to officially end the match. The last minute goal paved a way to victory for visitors, Tweefontein FC when winning the match 4-3 defeating the host, Dennilton SAPS FC in a Sports Against Crime friendly soccer match. The return of Mandla ‘Matlaba’ Magagula to his Dennilton SAPS side did not help his team win the match.

The host, Dennilton SAPS FC defeated by the visitors, Tweefontein SAPS FC.

Tweefontein SAPS FC celebrated victory after scoring their fourth goal in a 33 tight match playing with Dennilton SAPS FC.

Dispatch for Sekhukhune area 10 February 2017  

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