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community spending, where the major employment opportunities would be created. The mine plans to supply iron concentrate to the South African steel industry as well as to international steel smelters in China and India. Limenite concentrate, an iron titanium oxide used mainlyfor the production of rutile, a pigment base, and for the production of titanium metal,will be supplied to smelters in KwaZulu-Natal. The project will consist of three open pits of up to 150 meter deep, a concentrator plant, stockpile area, engineering and support infrastructure, roads and rail link and water management facilities. Exploration for the mine, which will be situated on some 3 500 hectares at Mohlaba’s Location, 20 kilometer from Tzaneen, started in 1991 in five phases up until 2008, covering all aspects of mapping, geophysical survey,drilling and the evaluation of potential ore, metallurgical

testing, the compilation of a technical feasibility study and the undertaking of an environmental impact assessment and management programme, the social and labour plan, the integrated water use licence, and various other required applications and reports. A well-known Tzaneen resident, Mr Tony Long, initiated the exploration and he still plays a key role in the planning of the new mine. The spokesman said that the mine will comply with all legal requirements of the Mineral and Petroleum Resource Development Act, the National Environmental Management Act and the National Water Act. “Our concentrator water requirements will be some two-million cu/m per annum, which will be accessed from an 80 kilometer pipeline to be installed from the Olifants River. However, the mine itself will provide an increasing percentage of this water as the open pits increase in depth,” he said.

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Major boost for jobs Over 2 500 jobs are estimated to be created during the start-up phase of the Tivani open pit mining project for the production of titanium and iron ore near Tzaneen. Although only 240 workers will be employed by Tivani Mine itself in the initial phase, the headcount will increase progressively as the project moves through the beneficiation processes to the full smelting facility, which will have a significant additional head count. According to a mine spokesman, there would be a considerable additional benefit of support services and local LONG

Protesters block the road between Giyani and Tzaneen

“A rail spur will connect with the existing railway line between Letsitele and Hoedspruit and a section of the line will be upgraded to handle our export requirements via either Richards Bay or Maputo.” A tailings dam would be established nearby, as well as a discard dump.

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Erratum: In last week’s exclusive more detailed report about the mine, we referred to the mine’s iron ore concentrator with a capacity to process 11 metric tonnes of run-of-mine ore annually, producing 2,5 metric tonnes of concentrate… It should have read million tonnes. We also reported that the potential smelting facility is projected to produce 1,5 metric tonnes… which in fact is 1,5 million tonnes. We gladly publish the correct figures.

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Strikes in action

The community of Ndhambi and Mageva villages near Giyani barricaded the R529 with burning tyres, rocks and other objects in response to the Greater Giyani Municipality’s failure to respond to their demands to attend to the safety of the road. They staged a march to the local police recently, to air their griev-

ances regarding the R529, which is alleged to have claimed the lives of forty people in three years and caused injury to many others. The people demanded speed humps to be built. The flow of traffic between Giyani and Tzaneen was halted for about an hour, until the police arrived and dispersed the crowd

(mostly scholars who had slipped away from school). Municipal workers arrived and started a process for the humps on the road, by marking where it should be built. This calmed the crowd and traffic could flow again. Here members of the SAPS are clearing the road. — Photo & caption: Orlando Chauke

Striking municipal workers in Tzaneen went on the rampage on Wednesday and again yesterday. The Bulletin filmed the disgusting behaviour of workers when they stormed into the GTM’s offices and caused damage to property. See it, exclusively, on our website at www.bulletin.us.com

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Soek Laeveld Bulletin Die nuwe eiland op die R71 voor Sasol, rylopers wat toeneem, geen waarskutekens of tekens wat motoriste verbied om u-draaie daar te maak nie, swaarvoertuie wat parkeer soos hulle wil... wat dink jy van wat by ons dorp se ingang op die R71 aan die gang is? Khell Van Der Lith Dis ’n uiters blabs idee. As ek by Steers my Vrydag-burger gaan koop gaan ek wragtag nie deur Lifestyle Centre terug ry dorp toe nie. Ek sal maar net om die eiland my U-turn maak. Daar is geen tekens wat my verbied om dit te doen nie. En ons almal weet al hoekom daai eiland op is. Die eienaar van die ... garage moet nie vir een oomblik dink dat ek hom gaan ondersteun net omdat hy ’n eiland laat bou het nie. Coenie Scheepers Snr Dis ’n gemors. Gister amper in ’n botsing betrokke gewees omdat die ander bestuurder hom gewip het vir die eiland wat nou in sy pad is as hy wil terug dorp toe. Melanie Jane Bezuidenhout  Groot gemors, hulle het duidelik nie gedink toe hulle dit opgesit het nie. Monica Swanepoel Een groot gemors. Frikkie Friksters Schoeman Ek het gerugte gehoor dat die eiland nie eers die nodige permitte het om daar te wees nie, maar soos ek sê, dit is net gerugte. Ek wonder wie betaal daarvoor, ons of die sentrum? Vicky Van Deventer Smith  Ek hou Vrydag ’n motor dop terwyl ek vir iemand wag, my bek het oopgehang! Die ou ry aan die aankomende verkeer se kant weer terug dorp toe! Waar in jou lewe het mens dit gesien? Daar kom karre aan, maar hulle moet om die ou ry! Louise Van Blommestein  Dit maak mens deurmekaar, ek’t nou die dag daar gery, wou gou vinnig by Sasol stop. Ek moes al die pad by die Lifestyle Sentrum om ry om weer terug dorp toe te gaan. Dit is een groot gemorsspul, ek was bekommerd oor my en my kinders se veiligheid in die kar, want een kar het reguit na my toe aangery in my baan. Dit was seker sy kortpad terug dorp toe of dalk het hy ook nie geweet wat aangaan nie. Ek wil nou nie eers meer Sasol toe gaan nie en vermy daai stuk heeltemal. Craig John Woodward  Besides the “strange” decision to erect this ridiculous island, has anyone bothered to think of the implications should a truck hit this island in front of a petrol station? Rodney Sabatier Die eiland is duidelik daar gesit om kliënte na die nuwe garage te dwing. Dit dra by tot onveilige omstandighede op ons pad. The island should be rebuilt to give safe entrance and exit to Sasol so that it becomes an asset. Chris Pretorius As ek n ongeluk maak by (daardie) middel man waar daar geen tekens is nie dan gaan ek darem iemand lekker dagvaar en (daardie) iemand gaan wees die persoon wat (daardie) opdrag gegee het. Want dit gaan mos donners lekker in ons dorp elkeen doen net wat hulle wil. Corrie van Wyk Sommer lus en hou n optog oor die hele ding. Dit is nou regtig stupid verby. Hendra Gouws Dangerous living in Tzaneen.

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Debbie Beukes Blow up the island and give Sasol fair business! We all know money passed the palm again and may that bring that person no luck whatsoever. I will support Sasol even if I have to circumvent the town. Dirk Joubert Met al die “idiote” wat nie kan bestuur in Tzaneen nie sal dit beslis ‘n gevaar inhou. Die eiland moet herbou word om regverdige en gelyke dienslewering aan die publiek te bied. Hans Schouwstra Ons weet mos hoekom was die eiland nodig. Hoe dit sonder die regte permitte gedoen is, kan mens net oor wonder. En geen tekens, dis ’n moerse ongeluk wat wag om te gebeur. Thea Gerber  Dit is eintlik baie maklik. Kom ons almal in Tzaneen ondersteun net die Sasol en die winkeltjie daar. Probeer net om veilig en lewendig daar uit te kom.

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Toe Vlieg destyds die groot besluit moes neem of hy bereid sou wees om sy literêre en/of joernalistieke maagdelikheid op te offer om vir hierdie nuuspapiertjie ‘n weeklikse rubriekie te skryf, was hy vir ‘n sekonde of twee baie bekommerd. Oor homself natuurlik. Nie omdat hy bang was dat ‘n leser hom dalk sou bydam oor iets wat hy miskien sou skryf nie, maar omdat hy vir ‘n oomblik simpatie met dominees gehad het. Sien, net soos dominees, het Vlieg ook net een voorbereiding per week om te doen. Vir begrafnisse en troues stof mens natuurlik sommer ‘n ou preek af. Vlieg was maar bekommerd dat die materiaal vir inspirasie ook die een of ander tyd min sou raak. Dink net hoe sukkel die rabbi’s — hulle het maar net een Testament om mee te werk. Anders natuurlik as voormelde dominees se gemeentes wat elke week dieselfde preek net in ander woorde hoor, is Vlieg redelik seker daarvan dat sy lesers sal agterkom as hy dieselfde storie elke week net in ander woorde vertel. Maar soos mense en hul dinge in hierdie ou landjie van ons ontvou, oorweeg Vlieg dit om eerder binnekort vir ‘n dagblad te begin skryf, so vol van inspirasie is hy! Die eerste publikasie waarmee Vlieg te doen gehad het was natuurlik, soos enige ander maaier of papie uit daardie era, die

Bollie. Soos menige ander tydskrifte wat Vlieg daarna onder oë gehad het, was die middelblad van die Bollie vir Vlieg altyd die mooiste. Hoewel die middelblaaie van sommige ander tydskrifte later vir heel ander redes vir hom mooi was. Op die Bollie se middelblad was die Swape. Vlieg kon ure na die prentjies sit en kyk hoe elkeen van die Swape homself met die een of ander lagwekkende sotlikheid besig hou. Gewoonlik het almal van hulle min of meer dieselfde taak gehad om min of meer by dieselfde doel uit te kom. Maar elkeen het homself in die een of ander sotlike oomblik misgis met waarmee hy eintlik besig was, en op stuk van sake net ‘n totale gemors daarvan gemaak. En natuurlik nooit by die einddoel uitgekom nie. Dikwels was dit ook ten koste van een of meer ander Swape wat naasliggend besig was met hul eie sotlikhede. Dikwels het die Swape met mekaar baklei oor een of ander belangrike stuk gereedskap. Dikwels het hulle sommer net baklei. Meestal was hul middele om hul doel te bereik so absurd dat Vlieg en ander Bollielesers maar net daaroor kon lag. As Vlieg nou daaraan terugdink wil hy homself amper weer ‘n papie lag! Nou wonder Vlieg, as daar nou nog Swape was, en argumentsonthalwe nie meer ‘n Bollie nie, maar hulle wel op ‘n ander, nuwe, moderne tydskrif se middelblad kon verskyn, of ‘n sekere groep van die Swape hulle sou beywer het om weer ‘n Bollie te hê. Hierdie groep wat so aan die verlede sou vashou en oënskynlik verknog sou wees aan Bollie, sou hulself dalk dan die steedsSwape kon noem.

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DA kry nuwe leier IN

SMALLE

Die DA in Limpopo het ‘n nuwe leierspan. Mnr Jacques Smalle het Saterdag by die party se provinsiale kongres in ‘n kopaan-kopstryd met sewe stemme teen die dienende leier, me Desiree van der Walt, gewen om die toppos in Limpopo te beklee. Maar die 253 stemgeregtigdes moes twee keer stem om

‘n leier te kies. Die party se reëls bepaal dat die leier met ‘n meerderheid van 50% plus een stem verkies moet word. In die eerste ronde het Van der Walt 108 stemme op haar getrek, Smalle 97 en me Maisie Kennedy 45. Omdat Van der Walt nie ‘n volstrekte meerderheid gehad het nie, moes daar weer tussen haar en Smalle gestem word. Kennedy se ondersteuners het hulle toe duidelik agter Smalle geskaar en hy het 122 stemme gekry, Van der Walt 115 en daar was agt bedorwe stembriewe. Verskeie stemgeregtigdes het glo ook teen daardie tyd al vertrek en nie gestem nie. Smalle se ondersteuners sê hy sal ‘n goeie leier wees, aangesien hy deur die party se geledere gegroei het. — eers as tesourier en later ook as voorsitter en dat hy ‘n sterk spanwerker is. Van der Walt se ondersteuners sê weer van haar dat sy ‘n baie harde werker is en nie huiwer om die party se belange voorop te stel nie. Die DA het onder haar leiding besluit dat die leier van die provinsie in die provinsiale wetgewer moet dien en nie in die nasionale parlement nie. Sy het egter destyds ‘n ooreenkoms met

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die party se federale raad gesluit om as sy, om welke rede ook, nie meer die leier in Limpopo is nie, te kan kies of sy parlement toe wil gaan of in die wetgewer wil dien. Sy het gisteroggend aan ons bevestig dat sy besluit het om in Limpopo te bly en voort te gaan om in die wetgewer te dien. “Ek wil ter wille van die gemeenskap in Limpopo bly en voortgaan met my pligte in die wetgewer.” Smalle het gisteroggend van Blouberg, waar hy vir die tussenverkiesing gewerk het, gesê hy gaan eers al die opsies oorweeg en met die nasionale leierskap bespreek, alvorens hy besluit of hy in die parlement gaan sit of in die wetgewer. “Ek stem saam met die beginsel dat ‘n provinsiale leier in sy provinsie moet wees, maar daar is tans drie moontlikhede wat eers deeglik oorweeg moet word. “As ek hier sou bly en saam met Desiree in die wetgewer dien, sal ons natuurlik ‘n formidabele span wees, maar in hierdie stadium is dit maar net een van die moontlikhede. Ons sal eers vroeg in Julie ‘n finale besluit neem,” het hy gesê. Francois Aucamp francois@bulletin.us.com

Die nuwe en die oue: Smalle en Van der Walt Saterdag in diep gesprek

Die slange loop nog... ‘n Reuse-mamba van 2,55 meter is op ‘n Constantiaplaas van CP Minnaar en Seun van kant gemaak. Die reptiel was onderweg van die werkswinkel en het verby een van die woonhuise geseil, toe twee werkers hom teëgekom het. Hier is mnre Andrew Rikhotso en Solly Masekane met die slang. Ongeveer twintig brande het die afgelope naweek in die Tzaneenomgewing gewoed. Die eerste oranje brandgevaarindeksdag van die seisoen was Vrydag. Die brandgevaarindeks word daagliks bepaal (temperatuur, humiditeit en wind) en word in kleurkodes gegee: groen en blou: buite gevaar; geel, oranje en rooi: ‘n hoë brandgevaar. Winde van tot meer as 50 km/h is Vrydag gemeet, weens ‘n koue front wat inbeweeg het. Die grootste brand was by die Sapekoe-teeplantasie waar die Working On Fire-helikopter agtien sakke water op die vuur gestort het. Slegs drie hektaar afgebrande plantasie is aangemeld. Grondeienaars word versoek om nie net alle brande aan die LFPA te rapporteer nie, maar ook die afgebrande hektare vir statistiese doeleindes.

Drie van Ickinger Juweliers in Tzaneen se klante het onlangs diamante gewen. Klante kon vir die Win a Diamond-promosie inskryf, as hulle juweliersware laat ontwerp het. Tydens die trekking is me Winnie Allen as die wenner aangewys en het sy ‘n half-karaat diamant ontvang. Die wenners wat tweede en derde was, het elkeen ook ‘n kleiner diamant ontvang. Hier is, agter, mnre Jansen van der Walt (Ickinger) en Eddie Simpson (derde prys). Voor staan mee Alta van der Walt (Ickinger), Winnie Allen (eerste prys) en Louise Grobbelaar (tweede prys).

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Municipal workers in Tzaneen cause havoc The Greater Tzaneen Municipality’s management consi- about the damage caused, he said the GTM would evaluder claiming for damages against the SA Municipal Work- ate the degree of the damage and determine what action ers Union (Samwu) after Wednesday’s strike action, when should be taken. members of the union stormed the GTM’s ofSawmu is also accusing the GTM of paying fices and caused havoc (visit www.bulletin.us.com their workers peanuts. “The union realised for a video of the incident). that the GTM has one of the worst salary strucThe workers downed tools on Wednesday, tures in the country. The gap between a mandemanding salary increases and the removal ager and the next lower level is about R450 000. of the acting director of corporate services, Mr Some managers are earning more than their Thulani Twala. directors,” according to the memorandum. The strike was led by the provincial leadership Samwu also accuses the GTM of tender irreof both Samwu and Cosatu. Workers barricaded gularities and of employing unqualified peostreets and burned rubbish bins. The Tzaneen ple in senior positions. The union wants the CDB was brought to a standstill and traffic was GTM to pay workers the same salaries as other disrupted as the march moved to the GTM’s ofmunicipalities in the same category. fices. They were chanting revolutionary songs Ms Dekeledi Mmetle, the mayor, said she was and calling senior officials derogatory names. Mr Thualani Twala, surprised by the march. She says the union’s deonce a golden boy Some were carrying placards with offensive slo- of the GTM, seems mands are beyond the capacity of the GTM. She gans, like: “Greater Thulani Municipality sucks to have fallen out of added that the GTM is working hard to change down” and “Greater Thulani municipality is favour with his col- the system that’s currently used to pay workers. run & controlled by thugs”. leagues. He is seen Mathe warns that they will call for an indefinite The Exco members were chased out of the to be a close ally of strike if their demands are not met. GTM’s building. Workers also damaged prop- ex-ANCYL leader Percy Mthombeni Julius Malema. percy@bulletin.us.com erty of the GTM. A senior official who wished not to be named for fear of victimisation, said “we are tired of tenderpreneur councillors, managers and directors”. Samwu’s leadership refused to hand over the memorandum to the mayor, accusing her and the council of undermining their grievances. Mr Simon Mathe, Samwu’s provincial leader, said the memo will be submitted to the MEC of local government. He also warned the mayor that some within the council are targeting her position. • The Bulletin has a copy of the memo. “The mayor must be told that there are some within the council who want her position. They think they are better comrades.” Mr Dan Sebabi, Cosatu’s provincial secretary, said the GTM is the only municipality in the country where corruption is so rife. “Politicians share tenders under trees and people without matric become directors,” he said. Sebabi didn’t mention names. However, it is understood that Mr Thulani Twala, the acting director of corporate services, does not have the proper qualifications for the post. Twala has since declined to comment, saying allegations made against him are personal. Asked

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Tzaneen’s Piaf entertains music lovers

The Hotel@Tzaneen held a French-style evening. The performance was a tribute to Edith Piaf, the French songbird who was known as the “little sparrow”. Mss Lizelle van der Vyver and Sonja van Zyl, along with Mr Wim van Schalkwyk performed the tribute to Edith Piaf, the legendary French singer. ABOVE LEFT are Mss Tanya de Lange, Emma Tibbs, Erika Cronje and Rachèlle Slabbert, enjoying the canapé platters and nostalgic music. ABOVE: Mr Manny de Gouveia and Ms Desiree van der Walt were also there. LEFT: Ms Ronèl and Mr Magnus Steyn and FAR LEFT Ms Adri and Mr Faan Kruger

Police reward young village hero Mr Sipho Sebela (28) from Burgersdorp near Lenyenye has become an almost instant hero. On Monday he saw a police vehicle collide with a VW Golf. The police vehicle had two prisoners who were to appear in court. Sebela ran to the scene to save the people who were involved in the accident. He found the two police men injured and helped them out of the vehicle. The two prisoners were still locked up in the police vehicle and he unlocked the vehicle. He realized that the prisoners were not hand-cuffed and he hand-cuffed them and took the gun that was lying on the floor. “I just wanted to save the people as I thought that the car was going to burn,” he said. The two prisoners were later taken to the Letaba Hospital and were treat-

ed for minor injuries and taken back to the Hoedspruit prison. The two policemen are still in Mediclinic Tzaneen. The Police rewarded Sebela with a R4 000 cheque as a token of appreciation. Sebela said that the money will help him feed his family, as his mother is not working and they are a big family. Major General Maggie Mathebula applaud Sebela for being brave and saving the men. She added that this is a sign that the police are not alone in fighting crime. Seen in the photo above are Col Schalk van Schalkwyk(Maake Police commander), Maj Genl Mathebula, Mr Sipho Sebela and Mr Marothi Letsoalo (CPF Chairperson), at the handing over of the cheque to Sebela. Martina Jege martina@bulletin.us.com

Price Watch This week’s Price Watch focus

Breakfast... or slow?

Favourite breakfasts On a cold morning nothing warms you up more than a delicious breakfast and a hot cup of coffee. The Bulletin found out which breakfasts are most popular in Tzaneen. Spur

Drifter’s Special: 2 eggs, bacon, tomato, chips and toast. Before 11:00 breakfasts include a free cup of coffee.

R19.95

Wimpy (Tzaneng Mall)

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Two men arrested for village murder Two men have been arrested in connection with the murder of a man at Marironi village, by the Tzaneen Police. The suspects are 18 and 20 years old respectively, and are both from Marironi. According to Tzaneen Police spokesman, Lt Col Simon Shikwambana, it is alleged that the 28 yea- old David Tshesane was on his way back from a local tavern. The two men allegedly came from nowhere and stabbed Tshesane several times. His Nike sneakers and a hat are missing. The body of Tshesane was found in the street on Saturday. Police investigations led to the arrest of the two men who appeared in the Bolubedu Magistrates Court yesterday. Shikwambana urged the public to contact W/O Rocky Shingane on 015 306 2000, if they have information regarding the case. Martina Jege martina@bulletin.us.com

Farmhouse Breakfast: 2 eggs, 3 rashers of bacon, full portion chips, grilled tomato and a slice of toast.

R41.00

Yum-Yum

Folded Omelette: Omelette with cheese, baby marrow, mushrooms and is served with Italian bread and butter.

R48

Ashley’s Continental Café

Benedict breakfast: English muffin with spinach, ham, eggs, sauce and grated cheese.

R65 (full portion) R52 (half portion)

Market Café (Food Lover’s Market)

Market Café breakfast: Bacon, wors, 2 eggs, tomato, fried mushrooms and 2 slices of toast.

R45

Kolonnade Café

Boerewors breakfast: 150g boerewors, 3 rashers of bacon, eggs, fried tomato and onions and toast.

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Mopani District Municipality (MDM) mayor Joshua Matlou handed over uniforms to 168 pupils at Mavalani High School near Giyani. Each of the 168 learners received shoes and socks, trousers or skirts, shirts, ties, and pullovers for winter. This was part of the district’s celebration to mark and remember the June 16 Youth Day, and partly to encourage the school to do more after it managed to improve its matric results from 30% to 74,3% last year. The school made the news last year in January when it was discovered that more than 25 pupils were pregnant. “You may have been the laughing stock of the country after last year’s incident, but you managed to turn things around. To me, that is commendable and I hope you will not just remain there, but will improve even more this year,” he said. The chairman of the school’s governing body, Mr Moses Zitha, expressed gratitude for the donation, saying it would improve morality with the pupils who previously did not have uniforms. Matlou is seen here handing out clothes to Sipho Ngwenya. — Photo & caption: Orlando Chauke

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A meal for the young disabled The Mediclinic Tzaneen team who sponsored a meal for the children at the school are: Mr Juan Britz (orthotist), Mss Marlize Delport (network marketing manager), Lilize du Plessis (hospital secretary), Sr Stephanie Hermann (nursing manager), Sr Judy Kroh (training and development consultant), messrs Callment Shikwambana (driver), and Riaan Beeslaar (technical supervisor), Sr Tshepo Mochabela (clinical risk manager), Sr Johanna Masinge (unit manager maternity), messrs Zane Fanie (hospital manager) and Thabiso Nthoroane (accounts controller, theatre). Photos: Retha Nel Die VLU se Lavendertak in Tzaneen het besoek van die streekvoorsitter, me Leanda Le Cornu, ontvang. Sy sluit in Februarie 2013 haar suksesvolle termyn  Zorada Temmingh, ‘n bekende orrelimproas streekvoorsitter af. Haar viseerder, gaan Tzaneners vermaak met ‘n besoek het saam met Lavertoning van The Phantom of the Operavendertak se Belly Danceaktiwiteit geval. Hier is, rolprent en haar uitmuntende orrelspel. Temmingh was die eerste Suid-Afrikaner agter, mee Miriam  Aboo (lid van die Desert Rose wat agtergrondmusiek vir ‘n stomrolprent Belly Dance-oefengroep), geïmproviseer het en het dit nou al vir drie Marietjie Naude (voorsit- rolprente gedoen. Die nuutste agtergrondster Lavendertak, Le Cornu musiek wat sy bied is vir The Phantom of en Christo Stols, VLU Lavthe Opera. endertaklid. Die Desert Kerkorrelliefhebbers kan tydens ‘n Roses bied oefenklasse slypskool op 21 Julie na haar luister. Die aan en tree ook op by privaat- en korporatiewe slypskool word by die NKG Wolkberg in funksies. Skakel Christa by Tzaneen gehou en registrasie is om 07:45. 082 556 7499 vir inligting. Dieselfde aand om 19:00 gaan sy ‘n

Phantom of the Opera kom na Tzn stomrolprentvertoning van The Phantom of the Opera hou, waartydens sy die agtergrondmusiek op die orrel gaan improviseer (ook in Wolkberg se kerkgebou). Sy sal die gasorrelis by Wolkberg se erediens die volgende oggend om 09:00 speel. Navrae: Irma by 082 784 2022. Temmingh se optredes word deur protestantse kerke van die omgewing geborg, asook individue. Wil u help borg? Bel 015 307 4789. Retha Nel retha@bulletin.us.com

Mediclinic Tzaneen help the disabled The Mediclinic Tzaneen adopts a school each year and funds the school according to their needs. This year the pupils of the Letaba School for the Disabled in Nkowankowa were treated with a meal from the Mediclinic team. The team donated 190 blankets, nappies, food parcels, medical supplies and a home cooked meal for the pupils. The school is currently struggling with funds. The school has 203 pupils and all of them stay in the school’s hostels. Acting headmaster Ms Joey Truter explained that they are in need of food, wheelchairs, blankets and walking aids for the children. She added that they are thankful for what Mediclinic

Tzaneen has provided and they hope more organizations will also come forward to help them. The 203 pupils showed their appreciation by singing a “Thank You” song for the Mediclinic team. The team helped in dishing up the meal they prepared, amongst them hospital manager Mr Zane Fanie. “The aim of this project is to assist schools and putting a smile on children’s faces,” he said. Fanie said they will follow up with renovating the Jungle gym at the school. They also visited the school’s hostel to identify the things that need attention. Martina Jege martina@bulletin.us.com

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The mine and jobs

The news of a new mine at Nkowankowa couldn’t have come at a better time. The world economy is not healthy at all, South Africa’s economy has slowed down considerably, Limpopo’s economy is growing at snail’s pace and Tzaneen’s economy is currently on crutches. We need a healthy injection, and a boost to employment in our part of the world will most certainly help a lot to improve the current bleak situation. New jobs for 2 500 people will help to lift the depressed atmosphere to a new level that would stimulate economic activity. We have news of further mining activity to be expected in our area. The important thing now is for the role players in the community to be sensible about the new developments. We shouldn’t fight about resources, such as water. For the region and the province to be put on a new road to prosperity we need to take hands, talk to each other, accommodate our common interests and avoid being selfish and/or negative.

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The striking workers

Workers have a right to strike, to march and to toyi-toyi. And so it should be. However, if protesting workers can’t behave and destroy property, they should be punished without any mercy shown. The GTM’s workers on Wednesday and yesterday didn’t damage the GTM’s property (or their employer’s property), they damaged the community’s property. It is public property. Punish them and stop this nonsense of people destroying property when they demonstrate their grievances.

Ons sluit vandag ons reeks oor leenwoorde af: Uit Latyn: prima facie = op die oog af, genoeg bewys om ‘n klag te lê (juridies); pro amico= vir ‘n vriend (het betreking op regswerk sonder vergoeding); pro Deo = gratis, sonder koste (letterlik: om Godswil), die staat dra die koste van

Fresh leadership

Luke Perkins (DA Councillor), Haenertsburg, writes: Those who still think of the DA as a “white party” should have been at the Limpopo Congress this past Saturday. The delegates reflected in large measure the demographics of the Province. The provincial leadership was contested; how refreshing to see a close election fought on the basis of merit, not colour, language, culture, gender or political favours, and without acrimony. Helen Zille and Lindiwe Mazibuko exemplified the leadership this nation needs and deserves. Dignified and articulate, untainted by scandal, Mazibuko and Zille addressed Congress on the road to 2014 and the need for Limpopo to extricate itself from its current financial crisis.

The English language, long extinct in Limpopo and known only from the fossil record, was brought to life by Lindiwe who had the crowd on their feet with her eloquence and magnetic presence. Congress was inspired by her detailed analysis of facts and figures from education and health care, where government policies have had disastrous results, while those implemented by the DA are showing success. With fresh Provincial leadership (Jacques Smalle, Mpowele Swathe, Lindy Wilson and Naomi Phosa), and a strong national leadership, the DA is approaching 2014 with growing numbers, energy and confidence.

Lewenswysheid

Roy Hurter van Tzaneen skryf per e-pos: My oorle pa het ons nie met geld agter gelaat nie, maar met lewenswyshede. Baie meer onskatbaar as dit wat deur mot en roes verniel word. Een van die wyshede was; “ as jy verkeerd is, erken dit, sê ekskuus, vat jou pak soos ‘n man, stel dit reg en moenie dit weer doen nie”. Ja, dis mooi wat die DA by monde van Hendrika Kruger (Google) gedoen het, maar ek het nog niks gesien dat hulle “ekskuus” sê oor hulle die aangeleentheid aanvanklik verkeerd hanteer het nie. Hoe klink: “Die DA steun die besluit (om die ouetehuis te sluit) maar sal alles in ons vermoë doen om die saak “tot

die verdediging in ‘n hofsaak; pro rata = eweredig, na verhouding; pro parte = gedeeltelik; pro tempore = voorlopig, waarnemend; quid pro quo = iets vir iets, iets as vergoeding gee, onderlinge teenprestasie; sic = net so, aldus; sine die = onbepaald, sonder ‘n voorafbepaal-

de dag; sine qua non = noodsaaklike vereiste, onontbeerlike voorwaarde; status quo = bestaande toestand; sub judice = onder verhoor, uitspraak nog nie gevel nie; ultra vires = buite (sy/haar) bevoegdheid, buitematig; verbatim = woord vir woord; vice versa = omgekeerd.

When we pray, how do we prepare ourselves? Do we just rush into it or do we first think about it? I often wonder myself, what I am going to pray about. Now it may a lot easier if I knew I was praying for a specific person or something that was concerning me. When do I offer thanks to God, or do I just rush through a standard form of prayer? Prayers I learnt as a child often seem so simple, yet at the time they were a very effective way of training or teaching me the importance of prayer. Jesus often prayed for others, as we can read in the scriptures, but He also prayed for Himself. This was a way of communicating with His and our Heavenly Father. Thus we know that God is listening, but it is also said that He knows our every need, so why should we pray. In our daily lives we communicate with others, share our concerns, sometimes ask them a favour of two. We are too concerned as to the correctness of our communication; is it in the right format? This is how we too should communicate with God. We need to tell Him how we feel our day is going, thank Him for His many blessings, just as we would thank someone for what they did for us. God is so special in our lives and wants to be involved in them at every moment, yet we often close Him out. He could force us to do His will but He never will, that is why He gave us a free will. We must remember that we always receive something back from God, somehow we are fulfilled. Often we just feel relieved. So let us all pray more often, it does not matter to God when we pray, there is no specific times set down, it is all about communication with our Heavenly Father. When Jesus died on the cross for us He gave us the right to speak directly to His Father, so let us use this right. Blessings

Ons verwelkom briewe van lesers. Hou dit asb kort. Pos dit, faks dit of stuur dit per e-pos.

Letters • Briewe voordeel van die oumense” te beredder. Maar wat gebeur nou. Die “media” kry die skuld! Is die DA-raadslid “uit konteks” aan gehaal? Het die “media” nie haar volle uitlatings gebeeldsend nie? O ja, Mnr Pohl, ek kyk net saans na die nuus op TV. As ek ‘n koerantberig wil kyk, Google ek (vra maar vir Mnr Perkins, dit werk nogal oulik)

Die beste van alles is dat ek nog steeds die DA ondersteun. Dis die party met wie ek die minste verskil. Maar ek eet nie alles wat hulle kwytraak vir soetkoek op nie, partykeer is dit vye! Die feit is egter: as jy verkeerd is, sê ekskuus, vat jou pak soos ‘n man (of vrou), stel dit reg en moenie dit weer doen nie. ‘n Laaste les uit die Skool van die Lewe; dit wat jy dink en sê, moet deur die wat luister, as dit wat jy dink, gehoor word. So, dink voor jy praat, “it may come back to haunt you” Viva vir vryheid van spraak en die vrye media, viva! (ek “like” net hulle manier van sê).

Feedback

Cllr. René Pohl, Box 482, Duiwelskloof, writes: It would be highly appreciated if you could publish the following information. DA Caucus Leader Rene Pohl writes: Council meetings took place on 30 May 2012. The Mayor stated that Council have noted recent setbacks such as the appointment of the Municipal Manager, which has been reversed to ensure that Council complies with the relevant laws and regulations. The contracts of directors have also been advertised and will be filled as soon as possible. The court cases regarding Claude Wheatly Street and Sasekani-Muhlava road is not finalised yet. The total revenue for the 2012/2013 financial year amounts to R 833m. Property rates will increase with 5,8%, electricity with 11,03%, water , sanitation and solid waste each with 5,5%. The DA is impressed with the 17,1% of the total budget for repairs and maintenance if viewed against the budgets of other municipalities, although the ideal is 25%. All tariff increases are within the guidelines

set by National Treasury. The DA approved the 2012/2013 budget on the condition that every project be linked to a specific amount in the budget, and that the water purification system capacity increase in Ward 15 be included in the next financial year. The DA submitted a motion relating late notice of meetings which undermines good governance. Five sets of questions to be answered in writing were also submitted. It concerns the T-Mart Shop in Haenertsburg which is partly built on land not belonging to the business but to the SAPS, the Supply Chain Management, Talana Hostel, overtime payments, electricity as well as water and electricity tariffs for indigents, and lastly why the IDP projects prioritization wasn’t done on time. We referred the answers on the last issue back to Council because we were not satisfied with the answer. Yhe answer we received was in contradiction to the Waste Management Department’s report and, not signed by any official. The DA believes in an independent political opposition which will hold the ruling party accountable at all times. I can be contacted at 079 8725 012. A Ward 15 Community meeting will also take place in June.

Boere se veiligheid Kobus Visser van AgriSA skryf: Die ANC jeugliga het tydens sy beleidskonferensie die volgende uitspraak gemaak: “If white South Africans did not hand land over to poor blacks, there could be land invasions like those that took place in Zimbabwe, the league warned.” In hul amptelike verklaring se die liga “The ANC must unequivocally proclaim the need to expriopriate land without compensation ...”

Tydens AgriSA se Landelike Beveiligingskomiteevergaderings is onwettige grondbesettings breedvoerig bespreek en op die volgende prosedures ooreengekom, vir optrede as dit sou voorkom : • AgriSA het ‘n omvattende inligtingsdokument opgestel waarin riglyne vervat is oor hoe boere op plaaslike vlak onwettige grondbesettings behoort te hanteer, asook wat die SAPD se verantwoorde-

likheid is om sulke gevalle te hanteer. Die dokument is reeds by vorige geleenthede aan affiliasies gestuur. • Provinsiale organisasies van AgriSA moet op provinsiale vlak met die polisie skakel om prosedurereëlings rakende die polisie se verantwoordelikheid in die hantering van onwettige grondbesettings uit te klaar. • Op plaaslike vlak moet boereverenigings ook met hul onderskeie stasiebevelvoerders skakel om prosedurereëlings rakende die polisie se verantwoordelikheid in die hantering van onwettige grondbesettings op plaaslike vlak uit te klaar. • Volgens AgriSA se inligtingstuk moet onwettige grondbesettings onmiddelik deur die grondeienaar by die naaste polisiestasie aangemeld word en die polisie moet op die klagte reageer en dit ondersoek. Volgens ons ooreengekome reëling moet die grondeienaar, as die polisie nie op die klagte reageer nie, dit by sy betrokke provinsiale organisasie aanmeld, wat daarna met die landelike beveiligingskoördineerder in die betrokke provinsie sal skakel om die situasie vanaf provinsiale vlak te hanteer. As die plaaslike polisie nie oor die kapasiteit beskik om die situasie te hanteer nie, is daar volgens die brief van Genl Mothiba van 3 Februarie 2012, “public order policing” kapasiteit op provinsiale vlak beskikbaar om met so ‘n situasie te handel. Die kontakbesonderhede van die onderskeie landelike beveiligingskoördineerders is voorsien. AgriSA het op nasionale vlak die polisie versoek om die nodige takings aan die polisie-intelligensie uit te reik om vroegtydig gevalle van onwettige grondbesettings te monitor en met gepaste stappe daarop te reageer. AgriSA het die polisie ook versoek om die erns van die uitsprake binne die strukture van die SAPD te hanteer, asook om dit onder die aandag van die provinsies en provinsiale landelike beveiligingskoördineerders te bring. Ons vertrou dat die inligtingsdokument oor die hantering van onwettige grondbesettings reeds by u onderskeie boereverenigings beskikbaar is en dat boereverenigings vertroud is met die inligting daarvan en ook wat hulle verantwoordelikheid is om so situasie te hanteer. As u verdere inligting benodig, is u welkom om ons daaroor te skakel.

• Raymong Hlungwani: Your letter will be published next week — Editor • “Dwelmkous”: Jammer, maar u brief is letterlik vrot van die laster en nie vir publikasie aanvaarbaar nie — Redakteur

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Many South Africans are too loyal to the ruling party, because they believe it is the only party that rescued them from slavery. So said Mr Famanda Chavalala, the chief of Siyandhani village near Giyani. He commented on the ruling party’s inability to resolve the issue of headmen’s salaries, at a meeting between headmen from Mopani and Vhembe and APC president Themba Godi. The meeting was aimed at discussing a way forward, after Limpopo’s government allegedly failed to increase headmen’s salaries by 15 April from R13 000 per annum to R71 000, as was promised. “In the ANC, if you don’t do things like taking to the streets, they won’t hear you,” he said. He added that “the ANC is lucky that in Africa in general, we don’t have enough knowledge in the matters of politics. “If you look at countries such as England, Britain and Ameri-ca, where people are well informed about politics… if for instance, Obama would underperform in one

term, he won’t be back for the next term, because they know politics. “But here, just because we were told that the ANC is the party that rescued us from slavery, we concentrate on that only, forgetting that the ANC was not alone in the fight for freedom,” he said. Chavalala urged other headmen to “start teaching kids and everybody else that the ANC did not single-handedly rescue blacks from slavery” and that “there were parties and individuals who took part in the freedom fight. Orlando Chauke orlando@bulletin.us.com

Unemployed march Angry unemployed people protested outside the Greater Tzaneen Municipality’s offices on Friday, demanding jobs. The march was organised by the unemployment movement. They barricaded streets in Tzaneen and unlawfully denied the public access to the GTM’s offices. — Photo: Percy Mthombeni

Fisherman drowns A 34 year-old man from Rwanda village in Nwamitwa was found dead in Deneyschen Farm’s dam on Saturday. According to Letsitele Police spokesman Const Ntsako Mabunda, it is alleged that the man, a citizen of Mozambique, was last seen on Monday while fishing at the farm dam. He was allegedly using a net to fish. According to an eyewitness the man’s clothes and cell phone were on the dam wall and it was assumed that the man was around. On Saturday his body was discovered floating in the dam. Mabunda urged people to be careful when fishing and also warned fishermen using nets without valid license that they were fishing unlawfully.

The ANC has suspended the Greater Giyani Municipality’s Ward 5 councillor Erick Nkovani, the musician well-known as Penny-Penny. He surprised many people last year, when he contested for ward councillorship and won by a big margin. The suspension came after an alleged series of disagreement between him and the ANC. Penny-Penny confirmed the suspension, but said he is still to receive charges with regard to his suspension. “They said they would give me charges within seven days… but I am still waiting after much more than seven,” Penny-Penny told the Bulletin, adding that he is still a ward councillor, and that he was only suspended from the ANC. “I was surprised to receive a suspension letter… maybe they made a mistake and it wasn’t meant for me. My only guilt could be my hard fight for service delivery,” he said. The ANC’s regional secretary in Mopani, Mr Bricks Manzini, said Penny-Penny was suspended for “bringing the ANC into disrepute”’ He would, however, not say anything m o r e , “since the

Search “Laeveldbulletin” matter was sub judice”. It is widely believed that some of the charges that led to Penny-Penny’s suspension could have stemmed from his recent “outburst” at a forum where the GGM’s IDP and draft budget were discussed with a view of finalising it. In response to the GGM’s IDP Coordinator, Mr Louis Mabunda, who told the community that the 2012/2013 budget had no room for major projects due to the fact the province was still under administration, Penny-Penny stood up and said “don’t lie to us”. “I’m a ward councillor… let us not lie to each other. We, the residents of Giyani never ate the roads funds, they shouldn’t bluff us. To tell the truth, this municipality is being driven by certain people behind the scenes,” he had said. He was applauded enthusiastically by the majority of the people in attendance, when he went on to say “you’re the ones who elected us into positions, yet we lie to you because the municipality is being driven by some people from elsewhere. We’re being undermined as ward councillors. They make us their bandits who come and lie to you on their behalf… everything they told you is nonsense,” he had said as he walked out of the meeting. Orlando Chauke orlando@bulletin.us.com

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3 Arrested for cable theft Three men were arrested for being in possession of stolen cables and transformers last week, early Wednesday morning at Mabete farm next to ATKV Eiland SAPA. According to Letsitele police spokesperson, Const Mabunda, the Letsitele police were alerted that a bakkie with four men in possession of cables will pass by Mabete farm. The police acted swiftly on information received and when they arrived at the farm, they hid in bushes and arranged for backup, meanwhile when the bakkie was about to approach the farm, the police stopped the bakkie to search them but im-

mediately when they stopped four men fled the scene. The police managed to arrested three men and in the bakkie there was stolen cables and transformers worth of R550 000. He added that the police have been looking for the three suspects and the suspects even confirmed that they are the one who have been terrorising Letsitele. A 30 year old Reckson Maluleke, Lucas Mosia also 30 years old and 28 year old Justice Kapa, will appear in Tzaneen Magistrate court on the 07 of June. Martina Jege martina@bulletin.us.com

The Letsitele police arrested three men in possession of stolen cable and transformers at Mabete farm next to ATKV Eiland Spa on Wednesday. Seen here are Const Ntsako Mabunda, Sgt P Mushwana and Const Junior Maake with some of the cables that were recovered.

People with disabilities continue to be seen as obstacles by their own communities, and as a burden to their families and friends. So said Ms Sevengwane Nkuna, the chairperson of the health and social development cluster of the Greater Tzaneen Municipality. Nkuna was addressing delegates at the Disability in Tzaneen. She said challenges facing people with disabilities persist despite government efforts. “Although government has put legislation, policy and programmes to champion the right of people living with disability, there are still obstacles.“ She added that the majority of people with disabilities could live independent and productive lives. “However, this can only happen if disabled people have access to resources, accessible environments and information. Assisting disabled people should not be seen as a privilege.

“Let it be known and understood that facilitating access to opportunities for people with disabilities and promoting their rights, is not an act of charity nor a humanitarian gesture. It is a constitutional responsibility and economic imperative,” she said. The event was attended by different disability formations. Delegates also elected the disability council to act as an umbrella body. The council will interact with government institutions to ensure that the needs of disabled people are not overlooked. Mr Jonas Mathebula was elected unopposed as the chairperson of the council. Mr Headman Mkharhi, the youth, gender and disability officer in the office of the GTM’s mayor, urged

God’s Haven ontvang donasie

Die Tjokkertjie Kleuterskool in Tzaneen het onlangs vir me Betsie Joubert, die droomboekskrywer, genooi om ‘n praatjie oor die uitlê van drome te lewer ‘n Deel van die geld wat tydens die praatjie ingesamel is, is aan God’s Haven Bejaardesorg geskenk. Hier is me Laura Meyer en mnr Dries Verster, inwoners van God’s Haven. Agter staan me Wilma Bredenkamp, organiseerder van die projek, en suster Elsa Schoeman van God’s Haven. Langs hulle oorhandig me Cecile Klinkert van Tjokkertjie Kleuterskool die skenking aan matrone Laureen Naudé van God’s Haven. Foto: Amelia de Ridder

disabled people to know their rights, saying their rights are equal to other people’s rights. He said the office of the mayor is committed to double the government’s target of having two percent of disabled people employed at public institutions. Percy Mthombeni percy@bulletin.us.com

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Volunteers challenge cleaning company A cleaning company responsible for the cleaning services to the Mediclinic Tzaneen, has been promising people work if they volunteer for four days. It is alleged that Tshebo Cleaning Company manager Ms Mmathapelo Makoro hired four cleaners and told them that if they volunteer for four days, they will be hired permanently.

Within six months of going into production at their new goat’s milk factory in Louis Trichardt (Makhado), Limpopo Dairy was crowned the best goat’s milk feta cheese producer in South Africa during the South African Dairy Championships. Proudly displaying their award are in front, Ms Sannetjie Tshiawelo (factory operator), Mr Len O’Linsky (factory manager), Ms Helma Mudzanani (factory assistant) and Mr Owen Machaba (cheese maker’s assistant). At the back are Messrs Joubert Fourie (Limpopo Dairy CEO) and Tobias Fourie (Limpopo Dairy director). — LiN Media/Zoutpansberger

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According to one of the volunteers, she volunteered for four days in April and thereafter she kept on working for about five weeks. The volunteer then went to Ms Makoro to inform her that she will not be able to report for duty, because she does not have money to buy a bus icket. She added that Ms Makoro also told them that after four days of volunteering some of the cleaners will be transferred to Phalaborwa Mediclinic. However, Ms Makoro told the Bulletin that the volunteers

came to her office looking for a job and she told them that the company does not have money to pay them. The volunteers then told her that they just wanted extra training. “We only allow people to volunteer for four days, and we never promised any of the volunteers that they will get a job.” Tshebo has been rendering a service to the Mediclinic Tzaneen over the past three years and their contract will be extended in July. The Mediclinic Tzaneen’s hospital manager, Mr Zane Fanie, explained that the company has been providing a great service to the hopsital. He added that Ms Makoro conveyed to the volunteers the situation about working for four days very clearly. Unfortunately it was a verbal agreement and Fanie urged Tshebo to a have written agreement to avoid such situations. Martina Jege martina@bulletin.us.com

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Letaba School for the handicapped is in crisis The Letaba School for the Disabled in Nkowankowa is facing a food crisis. The school will be serving the last meals for the chiuldren tonight, unless something miraculous happens. The chairman of the school’s governing body, Mr Raymond Mabuza, explained that they are still waiting for the government subsidy and the delay is caused by the fact that some of Limpopo’s departments are still under administration. He said that the government promised to do

a payment before the end of this week. “It is only our school that is waiting for funds, but at the moment there is no crisis,” Mabuza said. Mr John Eastes, the school’s headmaster, had no comment. Mr Ike Thema of the Limpopo Premier’s office, did not answer his phone and did not come back to us after we had left three messages for him to call us. Martina Jege

The pupils of the Letaba School for the Disabled got a home cooked meal from the Mediclinic Tzaneen. Seen in the photo are the pupils enjoying their nice meal.

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Ina stel boek bekend Tzaneen se bekende impressionistiese skilder (ook bekend vir haar uitstekende pastelle), Ina van Schalkwyk, stel ‘n koffietafelboek oor haar werk op 26 Julie in Tzaneen bekend. Saam met die bekendstelling sal ook van haar skilderye opgeveil word, een waarvan sy aan die Georges Valley Inwonersvereniging geskenk het.

Die bekendstelling en veiling sal in die huis van me Susan Scholtz (Vorster) langs die Rooms Katolieke kerk gehou word. Prof Louis Changioun, bekende historikus van Haenertsburg, sal die geleentheidspreker wees. Die boekbekendstelling en veiling sal slegs op uitnodiging bygewoon kan word.

Ritavi Police have success During the past weekend the Ritavi police enjoyed great success in apprehending numerous criminals in the area. A total of 27 offenders were arrested for various crimes. Twelve people were taken into custody for drinking in public, while two were arrested for being in possession of dangerous weapons and one for the possession of dagga. Five cases of assault

were attended to and one manl was arrested for crimen injuria. Three offenders in connection with theft, one for rape and one in possession of suspected stolen property were also put behind bars. The Ritavi police are still looking for suspects involved in two murders. The first victim was Ms Florah Ndaheni Manganyi (68), who was brutally assaulted and killed.

R15 000 is offered to anyone who can assist with information regarding the case. In another case Mr Amos Maakana (41) of Dan village was shot and killed near his home. R10 000 is offered for information in connection with this case. Contact Crime Stop on 08600 10111 or Lt Col Smith on 082 4517 156 or D/W/O Baloyi on 083 583 0749 or the Ritavi SAPS on 015 303 8000.

Heli-geheim dalk graf toe Sal die oorsaak van die helikopter-ongeluk buite Polokwane, drie weke gelede, wat die lewens van twee mans van Tzaneen geëis het, ooit bo alle twyfel vasgestel kan word? Dit is nou die vraag, nadat mnr Riaan van Brakel (40) Maandag ook sy stryd teen erge kop- en breinbeserings verloor het. Daar word nou bespiegel dat die werklike oorsaak van die ongeluk ‘n geheim is wat saam met hom graf toe is. Mnr Robert Drewes (26) is op die toneel dood, maar Van Brakel het die ongeluk aanvanklik oorleef. Hy is Maandagoggend vroeg dood, in die Mediclinic Limpopo in Polokwane, waar hy die afgelope sowat drie weke bewusteloos gelê het en verskeie operasies op hom uitgevoer is.

Hy was mede-eienaar van die Robinson 44-helikopter waarin hulle gevlieg het. Van Brakel laat sy vrou Renet en twee kinders, Raché (12) en Adriaan (10) agter. ‘n Roudiens vir hom is vanoggend om 11:00 in die Shekinah House-kerk in Tzaneen gehou. Van Brakel was die eienaar van die Avuxeni Computer Academy in Tzaneen. Die ongeluk word deur die Burgerlugvaartowerheid ondersoek, maar daar word nou gevrees dat presies wat verkeerd gegaan het, nooit bepaal sal kan word nie. Daar was hoop dat Van Brakel, as hy sou herstel het, lig op die ongeluk sou kon werp. Daar was kort na die ongeluk sprake van erge rukwinde in die omgewing waar die helikopter geval het.

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This Week

Competition

Write a poem or story about your father and stand a chance to win a prize. Not more than 2 A4-pages. Hand in at the Letsitele Library before 29 June. Winners will be announced on 4 July. Enquiries: Letsitele Library 015 345 1911. ‘12

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Beauty Pageant

Miss Limpopo Beauty Tzaneen 2012, Tzaneng Mall, 29 June, 15:00. Win a 1 year professional modelling contract. Be trained by Miss Limpopo 2012, Kathryn Barwise. Imported rhinestone tiaras and many big prizes! Entry forms at the Tzaneng Mall office. Buy your R10 Casual Pink Day sticker for 29 June. For more info contact Kathryn 078 371 0909.

Local Writers Evening 

PNA, Tzaneen Lifestyle Centre, 29 June, 19:00. Entrance fee: a bottle of wine.   Glasses, soup, bread, jam and coffee will be provided. Local writers Beth Keller, Amanda Vorster, Bridget Hilton-Barber, Charles Leach, Howard Blight, Nino Burelli, David HiltonBarber and Louis Changuion will be signing their books. Enquiries: Brenda Alberts  015 307 2049 or Heidi Vosloo 082 822 2226.

Support

The Tzaneen Depression and Anxiety Support Group meetings every alternate Thursday at 18:30 at the Macadamia Community Centre.  Colleen on 015 307 5137 or 083 415 5137/071 853 2121.

Round Table Clubhouse in Circle Drive, Tzaneen, meeting on the first Tuesday of every month. Henk Van Wyngaardt on 076 371 7193 or Bruce Mogg on 082 824 4291.

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Tennis

Chantel Saaiman Tennis Toernooi, Hoërskool Ben Vorster, 23-24 Junie, 08:00. Koste: R120/p. Inskrywings sluit 20 Junie. Mini Tennis toernooi ook beskikbaar vir beginners. Pryse deur Simpson motors geborg. Navrae: Chantel 083 365 2277 of chantalsaaiman@gmail.com.

Kaskar Laerskool Dr Annecke, Letsitele, 28 Julie. Skole se juniors en seniors, jongmense en selfs volwassenes neem deel. Weer baie opwinding en kraampies met ’n verskeidenheid heerlike eetgoed. Navrae: Gerhardt Vorster by 083 457 8824.

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Ringbal

Oefentye is Maandae & Donderdae 18:00-20:00. Skakel Borries by 084 222 4950 of Natasha by 015 307 3316.

Indoor Hockey

Letaba Showgrounds (Chameleon Indoor Cricket). Wedstryde saans tussen 18:00 en 22:00. R25/p (4 of 5/span). Bring eie hokkiestokke, balle sal voorsien word.

Netbal

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Alle dames en mans wat belangstel om Netbal te oefen word genooi om Maandae en Woensdae Orreliste werkswinkel NGK Wolkberg, Vanaf 17:15-18:15 saam te kom oefen by Tzaneen, 21 Julie. Registrasie vir die SAKOV Laerskool Tzaneen se bane (langs die rugbyveld). orreliste werkswinkel 07:45. Zorada Temmingh, Navrae: Rosie 0824539161. ‘n meester met improvisasie van die kerklied, Northern War Cry Paintball gaan die gasspreker wees. R250/p. Navrae: Irma Mooketsi/Modjadjiskloof, tomorrow, 07:00 for 082 784 2022. 08:00 until 16:00. Donations: min-R30. Proceeds ‘12

will be donated to Abraham Kriel Foster home in Modimolle (Nylstroom). Gun/kit rentals available. Contact Juan 078 801 1155 to book a gun. Visit Northern War Cry’s facebook page.

Divorce Counselling DivorceCare and DivorceCare 4 Kids, Shekinah House, Tuesdays, 18:30/19:00. Contact Maryna on 015 307 2527. Herofield Aanddiens Sondae, 18:00, Adshadestraat 48, Tzaneen. Skakel Hannes Steyn 082 309 8335 of jeeuug@gmail.com.

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AGS van SA Duiwelskloof Zwaririrylaan, Modjadjiskloof: 015 309 9275. AGS van SA Letsitele H/v 2de & Oosthuizenstrate, Letsitele: 082 697 6881. AGS van SA Tzaneen Claude Wheatleystraat 2, Tzaneen: 015 307 5112. Anglican Church C/o Hermanus & Agatha St, Tzaneen: 015 307 3534. Baptist Church 12 Koos Nel St, Tzaneen: 015 307 4634. Catholic Church Ged. 241 Voortrekker Road, Tzaneen: 015 307 6845. Catholic Church Haenertsburg 969 Bok Street, Haenertsburg: 083 964 9859. Christian Church Haenertsburg 7 Rissik Street, Haenertsburg: 015 276 1111. Dinamus Gemeenskapskerk Hoërskool Ben Vorster se saal: 082 823 1074. Evangelies Gereformeerde Kerk Adshadestraat 11, Tzaneen: 015 307 3371. Gereformeerde Kerk Claude Wheatley-straat,Tzaneen: 015 307 1558 / 015 307 1874. German Evangelical Lutheran Church Zwariri Road, Modjadjiskloof. 082 653 5498. St Paul’s United Church Haenertsburg Mark Street, Haenertsburg: 015 307 3534. Shekinah House 10 Manorvlei on Old Gravelotte Rd, Tzaneen: 015 307 4729. Lede in Christus Kerk H/v Pieter Joubert & Jopie Bothastrate, Tzaneen: 015 309 9920. Methodist Church 10 Peace St, Tzaneen: 015 307 4525. Hope Methodist Church Duivelskloof Boltman St, Modjadjiskloof: 015 309 8594. NG Kerk Laeveld Boltmanstraat, Modjadjiskloof: 015 309 9323. NG Kerk Letsitele H/v Joubert / Bothastr, Letsitele: 015 345 1618. NG Kerk Tzaneen Agathastraat 28, Tzaneen: 015 307 4498 / 015 307 4497. NG Kerk Wolkberg Agathastraat, Tzaneen: 015 307 4062. New Apostolic Church Tzaneen Vrouefederasie Hall, King Edward Road, Tzaneen: 015 307 4807. Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk Laeveld Morrisonstraat, Modjadjiskloof: 015 309 9580. Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk Letsitele Dr Anneke Skoolsaal: 015 345 1128. Nederduitsch Hervormde Kerk Tzaneen Agathastraat 14, Tzaneen: 015 307 4508. Pinkster Protestante Kerk H/v Frank May & Pearlmanstrate,Tzaneen: 015 307 1111. Sewendedag Adventiste Kerk Aqualaan 25, Tzaneen: 015 307 3240. Volle Evangelie Kerk Parkstraat 3, Tzaneen: 015 307 3387. World Impactors Bible Church Aka Christian Center Church.1B Section Nkowankowa, Nsova Street. 015 307 3531. Herofield 48 Adshade Street, Tzaneen: 082 309 8335.

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Vervoer van meubels. Verwydering van tuinvullis en bourommel. Gratis kwotasie. Thinus 082 807 6620 Mei302___________ Grader te huur. R2900/dag droog. Skakel Renier by 083 245 1031. Mei304________________

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Vacancies Vakante Nursery School teacher required. Must have a passion for children, previous working experience with children is necessary. Must be able to speak fluent English. To start ASAP, salary Negotiable. email cv to leighanwaterston@yahoo. com or contact 083 693 4130. Jun108_____________ Ass Bookkeeping: half day pastel, excel, word, outlook, candidate will be tested. Salary Neg. Fax 086 275 0439 Or email phsfinancialservices@ gmail.com Jun304__________

Vehicle Motor Landrover Freelander 2.0 TDI 2003 model. Wit. Te koop R85 000 ohb 180 000 km Kontak 082 8388630 Jun305________________ Voertuie te koop 2006 Tata 2 ton tipper truck with railings. 60 000Km. Excellent condition. R75 000.00 Contact: 0832859019 Jun306______________

Animals Diere 2X BORDER KOLLIE REUNTJIES TE KOOP R400.00, 11 WEKE TEL 0733728528 Jun204_______________ Pragtige baba skaaphondjies te koop 7 weke oud Kontak Estelle 083 740 7727 Jun207_____________ Dringend op soek na Leeudrolle om bosuorke af te shrik Bel Chris Ras 082 5687 361

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Town Houses Meenthuis Centra Park Ground Floor 1 and 2 bedroom with kitchen, living area and under cover parking Available End of July 2012 R3 500 pm (neg) Contact 076 725 3988 Jun303_____________

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5SLAAPKAMER IN TZANEEN 5Slaapkamers, 3Badkamers Studeer kamer Kombuis met opwas Swembad, kuier stoep Dubbel motorhuis @ R7 500- “Pre-Paid” Krag Kontak Sarie 0761599182 Jun306____________

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Ruim 2 Slaapkamer woonstel te huur R3400.00 pm water en krag uitgesuit Deposito van R4000 Betaalbaar Beskikbaar : Dadelik Geen Troeteldiere Kontak Corné 072 225 3960 Mei310________ Room for Rent For single person R2 500 pm Water and lights included Under cover parking In secure complex Contact 083 746 6592 Jun323_______________

SOLE MANDATE 1 bedroom townhouse with open plan kitchen lounge, 1 bathroom with courtyard with braai and carport. R385 000.00 MAGGIE 083 216 4779 SOLE MANDATE Well priced 2 bedroom townhouse, 1 bathroom open plan kitchen lounge, court yard with braai, carport and remote access. R460 000.00 MAGGIE 083 216 4779 Extremely neat 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home, lounge, dining room, kitchen with scullery, garage with carport, swimming pool and Jacuzzi a must to see R930 000.00 MAGGIE 083 216 4779 Neat 3 bedroom home with bathroom, lounge, kitchen, lovely braai area with lock up carport enclosed garden with remote access good starter home. R 625 000.00 MAGGIE 083 216 4779 SOLE MANDATE House to die for Double storey home with 5 bedrooms all with on-suite bathrooms, 2 lounges, dining room, TV room, entertainment area with bar, swimming pool, billiards room, 3 garages, 2 bedroom servant quarters, 2 boreholes with 3 phase electricity. Price: POR MAGGIE 083 216 4779 SOLE MANDATE: REDUCED REDUCED!! Come and see this 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with main on suite and walk in closet, Large fully fitted kitchen, pantry, laundry, super large entertainment area with aircon and full size snooker table included with pool and Jacuzzi, large well manicured garden corner stand and garage for 3 cars plus carports for 3 cars plus loads more MAGGIE 083 216 4779 STANDS: Golden Acres priced from R250 000.00 Letaba River Estates priced from R 204 000.0 Riverside Estate priced from R350 000 Eden Gardens priced from R251 000.00 Stands also available in and around Tzaneen contact me to view. MAGGIE 083 216 4779 Jun320___________

Double storey Town House :3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom , Large study Parking space for 4 cars, Secure and safe R830 000.00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597 Tzangeni Upmarket 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom , open plan living areas, dubble garage, veranda with build in braai , a Gem of a house. R1 350 000.00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597 SOLE MANDATE!!!!! 6 X 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATHROOMS , 1 GARAGE, OPEN PLAN KITCHEN LIVING AREAS IN MEDIPARK R680 000.00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597 First time buyers and investors. This is a good opportunity for you. Transfer cost included. Excellently situated near school and Mosque. 1bedroom, bathroom, open plan kitchen, living areas and 1 carport R 415 000.00 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom open plan kitchen and living area including 2 carports. R 522 000. 00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597

SOLE MANDATE Stand in Tzangeni with double storey approved plans for only R280 000.00 Stand in Doornhoek GIVE AWAY R495 000.00 Stand in Medipark R 165 000.00 STAND IN AQUAPARK R450 000 JEANETTE 083 258 5862 Building Package House and Stand available semi double storey 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge, dining room, kitchen, and double garage great finishers. R 1 220 000.00 Jeanette 083 258 5862

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NEED OFFICE SPACE? No better location than this property. Price negotiable. Make an offer today. Already zoned R1 950 000.00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597

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2,5 Ha 3 bedroom, 2 ½ bathrooms, study, large living areas, plus flats with income established garden , a real life style property. R 2 200 000.00 CHRISTA 083 460 6597 Jun321____________

5 Bedroom, 3 Bathrooms, 5 living areas, staff quarters, double garage, swimming pool, near mosque and schools R2 200 000.00 JEANETTE 083 258 5862 4 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms, double garage, 2 entertainment areas with braai inside and outside, 4 living areas, beautiful kitchen, scullery and pantry. R 1 850 000.00 JEANETTE 083 258 5862 Beautiful in Cul de Sac 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 4 Garages, flat let, staff quarters, swimming pool R1 650 000.00 JEANETTE 083 258 5862

LETABA RIVER ESTATE Stands from R211 000 For more information, feel free to contact me!!! Refilwe: 0820472848 Jun307____________

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Auqapark family home plus flat, 4 bedroom house with living areas. Study plus big kitchen and separate scullery. Servant quarters and garages for 4 cars. R1 650 000 Thonet 071 641 9137 Jun315____________

CiS Real Estate Newly build 1 bedroom flat in Agatha Street. Near the schools and CBD. Excellent finishes! R415 000 Theo 071 641 9199 Jun317_____________

Golden Acres 3 Bedroom family home with 2 full bathrooms, spacious living area with double volume ceilings, open plan granite kitchen and separate scullery. Double automated garage. Wooden deck with built in braai R1 260 000 Theo 071 641 9199 Jun309___________

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Value for money 4 Bedroom house in security complex. 2 Bathrooms, modern granite kitchen with separate scullery. Open plan living area with separate formal lounge and study. R1 150 000 Thonet 071 641 9137 Jun310_________

Legals l Geregtelik LIKWIDASIE- EN DISTRIBUSIE REKENING IN BESTORWE BOEDEL WAT TER INSAE Lê Ingevolge Artikel 35 (5) van Wet 66 van 1965 word hierby kennis gegee dat duplicate van die likwidasie- en distribusierekening (eerste en finale, tensy

anders vermeld) in die boedel hieronder vermeld, in die kantore van die Meester te Polokwane en Landdros te Tzaneen en vir ‘n tydperk van 21 dae vanaf datum van publikasie hiervan ter insae lê vir alle persone wat daarby belang het. Indien binne genoemde tydperk geen besware

daarteen by die betrokke Meesters ingedien word nie, gaan die eksekuteur oor tot die uitbetaling ingevolge gemelde rekening. Registrasienommer van boedel: 7045/2008 Boedel wyle Johannes George Duvenhage Identiteitsnommer: 4612095065080 Volle name en van van

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Vacancies Domestics Catherine Nkhwashu domestic worker 5 days a week sleep out contact 078 5032 933 (141) ___________________ Rebecca Khosa domestic/office cleaner ref: Gerald 072 620 9238 contact 078 1867 146 (142) ___________________ Sarah Seoka domestic work speak Afrikaans sleep out contact 074 044 8806 (143) ___________________ Rachel Khalonga looking for a domestic work have certificate contact me on 082 796 7035 (144) ___________________ Maria soek Domestic werk ek praat Afrikaans, verstaan Engels kontak my 078 218 1679 (145) ___________________ Caroline Shai, domestic worker 3 or 5 days speak English contact me 079 576 7134 (146) ___________________ Pulane W Ramolefo looking for a domestic work, 5 days speak Afrikaan contact 072

604 7020 (147) ___________________ Delphy Nkhwaxu looking for a gardening job have experience contact 072 2323 033 (148) ___________________ Sara Mashale I am looking for a domestic work, speak English look after children sleep out, 4 years experience contact 072 647 1858 (149) ___________________ Monica Malatji I am looking for a domestic work / general 5 days a week, I speak English contact 079 999 3664 (150) ___________________ Anna Maposa ek soek na huishulp werk ek praat Afrikaans, kook ook 5 dae, slaap uit kontak my 078 03 730 75 (151) ___________________ Sara Makgoba ek soek na huishulp werk ek praat Afrikaans, kook en kan na kinders kyk, bly uit, kontak 083 497 1987 (152) ___________________ Mbilly malatji looking for a cleaning job or I have a sertificate for a packhouse general contact 083 761 9433 (153) ___________________ Annah Mmola I am looking

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Allesbeste en Merensky het kroon in hul visier

BO is die eerste meisiehokkiespan en ONDER die eerste seunspan, geborg deur Allesbeste.

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Die eerste hokkiespanne van die Hoërskool Merensky het sover ’n baie suksesvolle seisoen agter die rug. En die groot dryfveer agter hulle is Allesbeste! Dié bekende varsproduktehandelaar, net buite Tzaneen op die Magoebaskloofpad, het hul gewig agter albei die eerste spanne ingegooi en as’t ware die vrugte daarvan gepluk. Vier van die vyf seunspanne en al vyf meisiespanne is deur na môre se halfeindronde in Limpopo se skolekampioenskappe. Boonop het die seuns se o.15’s, o.16’s en eerste span bo aan die punteleer geëindig, terwyl die meisies se o.14’s en o.15’s bo geëin-

dig het. Hul o.16’s, tweede- en eerste spanne het tweede geëindig. Terwyl die seuns sake by PHS in Polokwane gaan uitspook, gaan die meisies in Naboomspruit vir ’n plek in die eindstryd speel. Die eerste seunspan het vier van hul vyf ligawedstryde gewen en die eerste meisiepan een van hul vier kragmetings. Die meisies het egter slegs een van hul vier wedstryde in vanjaar se Pukreeks verloor en op hul Tukstoer ook slegs een van hul vyf wedstryde. Die Allesbeste Merensky-hokkiespelers is gereed vir môre se halfeindstryde en is die gunsteling om vanjaar die titel te wen.

Plasie archers win medals The Limpopo Indoor Archery Championships were held on Sunday and 25 archers from Merensky High School’s archery club took part. Schalk Warmenhoven, Marla Barnard, Kyle Smith and Ricus Warmenhoven won gold medals, while Vernon Green, Cheney Kleinhans, JJ de Wet, Rikus Harmse en Ockert le Roux won silver medals. Magdalena Kleinhans en Janco Theron won bronze medals.

Unicorn holds another Tag Rugby Day On Youth Day tomorrow Unicorn Preparatory School will hold its second annual TAG Rugby® Day. TAG Rugby® is aimed at children in the foundation phase, but the festival will see children of all grades taking part, says Ms Ally Loughor-Clarke, chairperson of Unicorn Association Tag Rugby®. The day gives parents a wonderful opportunity to spend time with their kids as they learn new skills and have fun playing games and challenging each other on the exciting inflatable gladia-

tor course. The children will also have the opportunity to meet Springbok mascot, Bokkie, who is expected to make an appearance. A number of fantastic sponsors have also come on board to provide goodies and prizes for participants. Sponsors include Clemen Gold, BF Distributors, Spar, MartinDale Nursery, HK Houers, Peppadew, Rodney Cooper Estates and Premjee. Tag Rugby® was launched last year by the Unicorn Association as part of a parents initiative to encourage sporting skills, confidence on the field and an understanding of teamwork. “TAG Rugby® is a safe, fun and exciting form of non-contact rugby. It is played without scrums or line-outs and is an ideal game for both boys and girls,” says Lougher-Clarke. Each team will include five players, with a minimum of one girl per team.The sport is endorsed by the SA Rugby Union as a grassroots development tool. The Festival will kick off at 08:30 and food and drinks will be on sale. For more information, contact Loughor-Clarke on 082 805 4407.

The importance of resistance training Resistance training is an area of fitness which sadly gets neglected due to age, gender and ability. The truth is that along with a balanced diet and healthy lifestyle, resistance training is your general between the troops against illness and fat-weight gain. A common myth of resistance training is that women will “bulk up” when performing resistance training. This is false, as it has been proven that the average woman could only benefit from it. On average women who don’t do strength training could lose 0,23 kg of muscle per year which impacts metabolism severely. Example: Susan is 30 years old and weighs 54 kg with a body-fat percentage of 20%, which means she has 11 kg of fat weight and 44 kg lean weight. If Susan would weigh the same at 50, but didn’t do resistance training, she would’ve lost 4,5 kg of muscle and gained 4,5

kg in fat weight (if same diet and lifestyle was followed). The increase in body fat would also impact her appearance, fitness and health. Fortunately a basic resistance exercise program can reverse the situation with proven stu-dies that several weeks of resistance training could result in an increase of 1,4 kg in muscle and a loss of 1,8 kg in fat weight. Contact Titanium Fitness: 079 892 6513 or titaniumfit@gmail. com. Next week: Responses to Resistance training

Merensky is also proud of Marietjie Harmse, Schalk Warmenhoven, SJ van der Walt, Ricus Warmenhoven en Rikus Harmse, who won their Limpopo colours.

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Vossies wen vierde jaar! Die Hoërskool Ben Vorster is Saterdag by die Limpopo Skolenetbalkampioenskappe vir die vierde agtereenvolgende jaar as kampioen gekroon. Ses van die Vossies se nege spanne is as Limpopo-wenners gekroon. Terwyl die o.16A’s nie die eindrondes gehaal het nie, het die o.14A’s en o.17A’s hul kragmetings om die derde plekke teen Ellisras gewen. Die o.15A’s het in die halfeindronde Frikkie Meyer met 12-3 geklop en PHS in die eindstryd met 15-7 geklop. Die o.16B’s, o.17B’s en o.18B’s het ook as wenners in die eindronde uit die stryd getree. Die eerste span het al hul groepwedstryde gewen en in die kwarteindronde met PHS met 12-7 afgereken. Hulle het in die halfeinstryd Tom Naudé met 15-4 verslaan en in die eindstryd Nylstroom met 30-25 geklop. Die Vossies gaan van 3 tot 5 Augustus aan die Noordvaalkampioenskappe deelneem, waar hulle teen die room van Mpumalanga, Gauteng en Noordwes te staan sal kom.

Ben Vorster se eerste span na hulle Saterdag as Limpopo se kampioene gekroon is.

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Met die afskop van die Boet Fick Superrugbyliga Vrydag in Limpopo het skokgolwe deur die provinsie getrek, toe Pietersburg Rugbyklub vir hul kragmeting teen Letaba onttrek het. Letaba het reeds sy stem vanjaar dik gemaak, toe hulle die Presidentsliga — tussen hulle, Pietersburg en Noordelikes — ingepalm het. Dit is deur die subunietoernooi gevolg, waartydens die room van Limpopo se spelers vir die Limpopo Blou Bulle geïdentifiseer is. Mnr Dippies de Beer, die hoofafrigter van Letaba en oud-adjunkpresident van die Limpopo Blou Bulle, sê hy is uit die veld geslaan, toe hulle verlede Donderdagaand die oproep van Pietersburg ontvang het. Pietersburg, die oudste klub in Limpopo, sou Saterdag met drie spanne Tzaneen toe kom om Letaba aan te durf. Na wat verneem word, was slegs sewe van Pietersburg se eerste span Donderdagaand by hul oefening en het hulle besluit om van die eerste ronde-kragmeting te onttrek. Volgens De Beer is dit teleurstellend en kommerwekkend, en dat dit glad nie goed is vir Limpopo-rugby nie. Hy sê dat hy in sy 42 jaar se betrokkenheid by Letaba nooit gedink het dat soiets sal gebeur nie. Dit dui daarop dat rugby in die provinsie ’n stadige dood sterf. Mnr Johan Venter, die voorsitter van die Limpopo Blou Bulle Skeidsregtersvereniging en sedert 1984 by rugby in die provinsie betrokke, sê klubs was “nog bietjiedag” sterk en tot vier honderd wedstryde is in ’n seisoen deur die skeidsregters beheer. Hy wonder of dit vanjaar veel meer as honderd klubwedstryde gaan wees. Hy voer ook

Die naweek se rugby Ben Vorster speel môre by PHS in die halfeindronde van die Limpopoliga vir groot skole, terwyl Merensky in Bela Bela in die halfeindronde vir medium skole speel. Letaba speel môre tuis teen Noordelikes. Die Springbokke speel môre 17:00 teen Engeland.

aan dat dit ’n negatiewe effek op die vereniging sal hê, aangesien skeidsregters minder geleenthede gegun sal word om te blaas, wat hulle sal ontmoedig. Venter sê hy onthou die dae toe klubs soos Phalaborwa, Louis Trichardt, Potgietersrus, Bosveld, Duiwelskloof, Thabazimbi, en Ellisras nog sterk was en tot drie spanne in die veld kon stoot. Vandag sukkel Louis Trichardt om een span te hê en word hul tweede en derde spanne deur spelers van die omgewing opgemaak. Phalaborwa voer ook ‘n sukkelbestaan en Potgietersrus, wat twee jaar gelede ophou bestaan het, probeer weer op die been kom. In die suide is Northam die enigste klub wat nog drie spanne het. Verskeie rolspelers meen dat die afstande wat spanne oor naweke moet reis om aan wedstryde deel te neem, eenvoudig net te veel geword het. Geld speel ’n groot rol, veral as die prys van brandstof in ag geneem word. Buitendien het die finansiële hulp van die Blou Bulle Rugby-unie feitlik weggekwyn en het klubs vanjaar slegs R10 000 elk, die helfte van wat verlede jaar bewillig is, ontvang om hul spelers mee te vergoed, sê De Beer. Nog ’n groot kopseer vir Limpopo is die skoolverlaters wat deur die stadsliggies gelok word. Baie van die jong rugbytalent gaan só verlore en die room word gewoonlik deur die groot unies gekontrakteer. Vanweë die feit dat Limpopo nie soos Verre Noord van ouds op provinsiale vlak meeding nie, voel die jonges dat hier nie werklik ’n toekoms in rugby is nie. Die insluiting van die Limpopo Blou Bulle in aanstaande jaar se Vodacombeker het die wenkbroue laat lig; nie weens opgewondenheid nie, maar weens kommer oor hoe haalbaar dit vir die provinsie sal wees. Intussen is die wedloop om die Boet Fick Superligabeker nog aan die gang en hoop Noordelikes om hul titel suksesvol te verdedig. Met Pietersburg wat vanjaar soos ’n kreupel perd sukkel om uit die stal te kom, lyk dit na ’n tweestryd met Letaba. En met ’n vurige herlewing onder die manne in die groen truie, lyk dit asof die beker dalk Tzaneen toe kan kom.

Uitdaagreeks is môre hier Die volgende ronde van Sanlam se jaarlikse Kanker Uitdaagreeks is môre in Tzaneen. Sedert die ontstaan van die reeks in 1993 is daar reeds meer as R26 miljoen vir die stryd teen kanker ingesamel. Die aksie by die Tzaneen Buiteklub behoort vir opwinding te sorg, aangesien die wenners van die verskillende afdelings kwalifiseer om op 25 Augustus op die Soutpansberg gholfbaan in Louis Trichardt aan die streek-eindrondes deel te neem. Die wenners daarvan word beloon met ‘n uitnodiging na die eindronde, wat vanjaar weer by Sun City is. Twee jaar gelede het dit op die dag gereën en die opkoms was nie so goed nie. Maar mooiweer word vir môre voorspel en ‘n beroep word op die gholfgemeenskap gedoen om die dag te ondersteun. Verlede jaar het 37 000 spelers in 800 verskillende klubkompetisies aan die reeks deelgeneem. Die doelwit vir vanjaar is om R3 miljoen vir kankernavorsing bymekaar te maak.

U.12’s are Unicorn’s pride The u.12A netball team of Unicorn Preparatory School in Tzaneen qualified for the Limpopo Championships that were played in Polokwane on Saturday. The spirited young team made history by being the first Unicorn team to reach the championships. They were runnersup in their pool and played in the quarter final round against Groenskool (Phalaborwa). The team is made up of Sabrina Carreira, Jamela Maswanganyi and Lebo Masemola. At the back are Zenesia Nukeri, Shea Adendorff, Patti Tooley (coach), Munene Nkhwashu and Norman Mnisis.


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