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The management of Ga-Kgapane Hospital outside Modjadjiskloof was changed after patients complained on Facebook. Their complaints centred on lengthy waiting times and nursing staff more interested in their personal issues than patient care. The matter prompted Limpopo Health MEC, Dr Pophi Ramathuba, to descend on the hospital (unannounced) last week Thursday where she experienced the complains first hand. Ramathuba said that she received the complaints on her personal Facebook profile from the members of the public. “Silently, I sent senior officials to the institution to investigate the allegations so they could report back upon their return. When the allegations were confirmed, we then went to the hospital where we found people waiting in these lines to be served. Officials were found in offices while patients were waiting,” she said. The good doctor explained her shock and disbelief after having spent some time with a number of patients at the facility. During

her visit she asked the patients how they felt about the services rendered at the hospital. Her concerns were vindicated when some of the patients said they arrive at the hospital in the mornings and leave in the evenings due to poor service there. She said the officials were not fired and instead were given new responsibilities. A new nursing manager and others were returned to positions they were initially hired to do. Ramathuba added that it was not the first time she shuffled around the management of hospitals. When complaints were lodged regarding the service delivery at the Malamulele and Letaba hospitals, the institutions were visited and acted upon. “I had one-on-one conversations with the managers at the hospitals and they were given other less demanding responsibilities,” added Ramathuba. This week Bulletin received complaints of similar nature regarding the services offered at Van Velden Hospital in Tzaneen. One elderly patient spoke to this reporter at our of-

fices on Wednesday morning. “I receive my chronic medication from Van Velden every month and I have learnt how the system works,” he explained. “If you arrive at the hospital at 12:50 in the afternoon, you will find not one doctor, or psychiatrist available to see you. They all go on lunch at 13:00 and return only at 14:30 or sometimes even 15:00. Effectively this means that there are no doctors at Van Velden hospital for three hours every day. Patients are left in reception area where we have to sit and wait for fear of losing our spot in the line.” Perhaps the public should vent themselves to the personal Facebook profile of Dr Ramathuba to force change at this once outstanding medical facility. Alternatively you can contact the Department of Health on 015 293 6000 or on their hotline on 0800 91 9191. Should that not provide any joy, feel free to contact the Department of Health’s spokesperson, Neil Shikwambana personally on 083 444 2645.

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Residents of Tickeyline at Bokgaga (Ward 30) chastised ANC branch leaders for putting the interests of the party ahead of the needs of their community. This came after the ANC Branch General Meeting (BGM) held at Montsheni Primary School, resolved that the provision of water should be sped up as that will enable the party to conduct door to door election campaigns with ease. The minutes of the meeting which was leaked, read “the BEC engaged with Mopani District Municipality (MDM) to address the issues of water within our ward and this engagement emanated as a result of our engagement with the GTM PMT. We hope the incoming leadership will pursue this matter together with the ward councillor as water remains a crisis and it might

pose negative impact on our election campaigns.” Except for the ANC, most political parties have already launched their electioneering campaigns as part of preparations for the provincial and national elections expected to take place in April next year. Rosina Sathekge, community leader in ward 24 said it was insensitive for the branch of the ANC to prioritise the provision of water only because the elections are just around the corner. “The budgets that are adopted by the councils are called ‘election budgets’ aimed at winning voters at the last minute because it was once again that time of the year where the votes of the people mattered.” “We who are not voting for the ruling party, we know that

when it is election time tricks are plentiful to win the votes of the masses. Thereafter, the triumphalist start fighting among themselves as to who gets which tender labelled as work among comrades. It is not surprising that water will then be delivered to the people in trucks,” added Sathekge. The meeting in its organisational report, has noted with concern “Factionalism, inconsistence of signatures of some members before the meeting could take place after which a quorum of 50%+1 was reached, parallel election programmes by alliance partners, lack of the ANCYL and ANCWL structures in the ward, misunderstandings on the cut off dates for the audits of membership and the disruptions of BGMs.” The BGM was held solely to

elect delegates to the provincial conference to be held next Friday. During the meeting it was recommended that the branch have a bank account, work hard to bring unity, discipline those transgressing the rules, hold bilateral meetings with the alliance partners if they exist, and educate members on the audits of membership. The branch, comprised of 225 members, has 168 members in good standing and it quorated with 84 members to decide for the more than 2 000 voters in the area of Tickeyline. The meeting also reported that proportional councillor (PR), Irene Rapatsa, who was an additional member has been shown the BEC door after she failed to attend three BEC meetings consecutively as per the constitution. -Jan Mafetsa

Royals still back old man Magwaza The chief of the Nkuna Traditional Authority, Hosi Muhlava II Samuel Shiluvana, has assured the community of Khujwana that head of the Magwaza Traditional Committee, Ben Magwaza Khumalo, is still their leader and will remain so as long as the royal palace so wishes. The chief was represented by the Chieftainess N`waGija Mhanaribye Shiluvana, at the Magwaza traditional club house on Saturday. The event was attended by members of the traditional court, committee members, local teachers and principals of schools, pensioners and the community at large. The moment was seized to allay fears that Headman Ben Magwaza was to be removed as the headman of the Magwaza-Khumalo clan. This follows meetings which were called in the village propagating that the chief remove Khumalo, and a new one be installed. The chieftainess who was accompanied by members of the royal family female brigade,

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said “As the royal family we are proud of the service the old man is doing to the community. It is encouraging to see that pensioners are still being taken care of by the traditional authority through our local headmen. When we came here a few years ago, tents were bought by the headman to serve the community and today we are here to celebrate with our pensioners.” “We, as the royal family appreciate the good deeds done by the Magwaza community and we therefore urge other traditional leaders to emulate them and work hard for the development of the community and the needy such as pensioners and children. It is important and rare that we still have pensioners who consider the needs of others in their communities.” Shiluvan told the packed Magwaza traditional court that the royal family still believe in the capacity of the headman Magwaza to execute his job with expertise. The pensioners and children were provided with tradition-

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al regalia with the photos of the chief. They were entertained with traditional music and dances as performed by the pensioners and a group of Tsonga clad traditional regalia. Still in the area the office of the Limpopo Land claims commissioner will be addressing the community of the Muhlava clan about the developments of their land claims which were lodged last year. The event will take place on Thursday (today) at the Nkowankowa community hall starting at 09h00. - Jan Mafetsa

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Analyses There have been 140 cash-in-transit robberies across South Africa since January this year. This translates into at least one cash heist every day which could see the country recede to the 467 vehicle-on-road attacks reported in 2006 when this crime(demic) reached its peak. Last year during the same period, South Africa experienced 129 of these attacks and a total of 370 for the year. These 2017 numbers are frightening not because it showed a 105% increase in just three years from the 180 cases in 2014, but because nothing seems to be done to prevent them. The situation has spiralled out of control as the cash vans have become easy pickings for the greedy (and now more confident) gangs of robbers who have taken to heists in broad daylight and often during peak traffic hours. The attacks are as brazen as they are brutally violent and the gangs have become smarter. Gone are the days of ramming cash vans with luxury German vehicles in dramatic head-on collisions and then grinding open the backend to gain access to the safe. The use of explosives has now become the norm. Many a security officer has said in his recounting of a heist, that the criminals would drive up next to the cash truck and force it off the road by shooting at the vehicle’s tyres. Once the truck has come to a standstill, the robbers would force the security staff out of the back of the truck by showing them the explosives they are going to use to blow up the vehicle. Rather than risk death in the explosion, the guards surrender and exit the truck, where they are then disarmed. The van is blown up and the robbers are on their

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The heart of the heist way before any private security responders or the police can arrive on the scene. The explosives? The suspects source these from mines in the area. This is also why most of these heists take place in Limpopo, the North West, Mpumalanga and Gauteng – these are mining areas. This is always the case and the suspects are hardly ever apprehended. Except in the most recent incident where seven suspects were arrested and one killed after a cash heist on the R71 between Tarentaalrand and Letsitele. Those suspects were apprehended in Hoedspruit and near the Strijdom tunnel, through good cooperation between private security companies, farm watch groups and the SAPS. Those suspects, identified as Shabangu Sizin (43), Veli Zwane (48), Prudence Ndala (34), Desmond Khulekani Siyoko (25), Albert Bosodi Matemane (35) and Mothibedi Africa Malatji (30), have appeared in the Letsitele Magistrate’s court and will remain in custody until their next appearance on the 2nd of July. But what of the rest? There have been five heists right on Tzaneen’s doorstep thus far. The result of which has seen one man hospitalized, a number of others wounded and police and security companies with hands in their hair. Parliament has finally decided to take a serious look into this seemingly unstoppable wave. On Wednesday (as I write this), Parliament’s portfolio committee for police held

a public hearing in which they discussed the intelligence and operational readiness of the SAPS, the cooperation between the banking sector and law enforcement, and possible technological innovations which could de-incentivise cash-in-transit heists. At the time of going to print the outcome of this hearing was not yet available. Any attempt to obtain accurate statistics on the number of heists or the amount of money stolen during the incident will inevitably run into an information cul-de-sac. The security

companies themselves are not willing to release their own statistics, banks are mum and the police crime stats are very often very inaccurate. Most of the heists are recorded by the police under other crimes such as armed robbery which make record keeping near impossible. Though the cost to the South African economy cannot be sufficiently quantified because of the inaccuracies in record keeping, it can safely be assumed that thus far, 2018 has cost South Africa in excess of R900 million. — Joe Dreyer joe@bulletin.us.com

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Die liefde het nie ‘n ouderdomsbeperking nie. Hierdie is Dinsdagoggend duidelik gemaak toe oom Piet Backhaus (80) en tannie Dirkie Joubert (77) tydens ‘n intieme seremonie in die saal by Goue Jare tehuis in Modjadjiskloof, die knoop deur gehaak het. Die twee verliefdes is nou wel getroud, maar tannie Drikie reken dit gaan glad nie oor die fisiese nie – sy wil oom Piet net oppas. Die egpaar sal nou die res van hul tyd saam by Goue Jare as meneer en mevrou Backhaus deurbring. Die seremonie is deur Ds Dewald Vermaak afgehandel met Ds Fanie Beukes wat die verrigtinge geopen en gesluit het met sang. Bulletin wens die pasgetroudes net voorspoed en liefde toe.

Buurtwag trek rower vas AfriForum se Tzaneen-buurtwag het op Sondag 10 Junie in samewerking met die SAPD ʼn vermeende gewapende rower in Kgapane vasgetrek. Sy medepligtige is ook op dieselfde dag gearresteer. Die polisie soek die verdagte al sedert 2 November 2017 toe hy na bewering op ’n plaas toegeslaan en op plaaswerkers losgebrand het. Pieter Venter, AfriForum se Tzaneen-takvoorsitter, het die saak by die SAPD geopen. Die volgende dag 3 November is ’n buurplaas ook aangeval en een van die werkers is met dieselfde wapen geskiet. Die plaaswerker het in die hospitaal gesterf. Intussen was daar nog ses gewapende rooftogte in die gebied na afloop waarvan slagoffers ’n eenderse beskrywing van die verdagte en die wapen gegee het. Volgens Venter was die inwinning van akkurate inligting die sleutel tot sukses. “AfriForum in samewerking met Track Box het ’n profiel van die verdagte geskep en verdere inligting is deur ’n AfriForum-netwerk ingewin om die profiel te voltooi. Ons het dié inligting aan die SAPD oorhandig wat die verdagte Sondag gearresteer het.” Die wapen wat gebruik is, asook die klere wat die verdagte na bewering tydens rooftogte gedra het, is in sy besit

gevind. Daar is ook beslag gelê op van die gesteelde items. Jaco Grobbelaar, AfriForum se distrikskoördineerder vir Limpopo sê dat die arrestasie ’n uitstekende voorbeeld is van hoe die gemeenskap en die SAPD kan saamwerk om misdadigers vas te trek. “Met goeie, betroubare inligting kan die polisie misdadigers hokslaan en selfs voorspring. Goeie samewerking en vertroue tussen die gemeenskap en SAPD is ook van kardinale belang. Gemeenskappe moet die vermoë ontwikkel om inligting in te samel en te verwerk, asook om veiligheidsaksies saam met die polisie aan te pak.” AfriForum moedig die gemeenskap aan om betrokke te raak by veiligheidstrukture in hul gebiede. Vir meer inligting, kontak vir Pieter Venter by 083 822 1560.

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Bongmusa Mthembu won his second consecutive Comrades marathon when he crossed the finish line at Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban in a time of 5:26:35. He became the second South African to win this race twice after Comrades King, Bruce Fordyce. But Tzaneen had its very own running contingent who travelled down to Pietermaritzburg to take on the 93rd instalment of the world’s most favourite race. Among them was one very determined young man by the name of Stephen Madiye (39). Being a father of three, a husband, and a full time employee working from 07:30 to 17:00 at KM Bolt in Tzaneen, Stephen has very little time to run. In fact he has nowhere to train really. “So I run from my home in Lenyenye to work here in Tzaneen every morning. I leave at around 05:30 so that I can complete the 28 kilomteres and still be on time.”

He doesn’t run back home at the end of the day, at least not right now because in his own words “it’s winter now and it gets dark too soon so it’s dangerous on the road.” But in summer he gladly skips his public transport ride and hits heel to tar. This year Stephen completed the Comrades in a remarkable time of 06:41:48 to land in 109th position out of the 23 000 runners who entered the race. The year before, he finished in 07:04:00 and claimed 192nd position overall. “I’m going for gold next year. I know I can do it, I am too determined not to, but I need some coaching because I cannot continue like this training on my own.” Currently he runs for the Foskor Running Club in Phalaborwa after having left Tzaneen Running Club. “I love Tzaneen club, it is my home town after all, but Foskor club pays for transport and accommodation where in Tzaneen there is no sponsor for any of that and the athletes have to fit the bill themselves.” But, despite Stephen’s remarkable achievement, there were other reasons for local running enthusi-

asts to get excited about. Whilst South Africa made a clean sweep of winning the coveted male and female first place medals in the Comrades 2018 – the quiet little Ofcolaco had something to celebrate too. The Ofcolaco Harriers is the smallest, most exclusive and bargain priced running club in the country boasting 11 members in total. But, not to be outdone, they had seven runners competing in this years’ daunting down run. Dog Noel completed his 25th

Comrades Marathon and he also holds a coveted Double Green Number. His time was 11:40:19. Bernard van den Dool completed his second run and knocked an incredible 1 hour and 10 minutes off his previous down run time to finish the race in 10:35:55. Arthur Davies finished in 10:26:01, Charles Boucher in 10:35:55, Michael Job in 10:26:01, Petlo Aurthur Matlou did it in 10:26:01 and Ross Elliott touched down in 11:20:52. — Joe Dreyer joe@bulletin.us.com

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In 1968 the first Spar supermarket opened in our little dorpie. Many residents thought it might not do well considering there was a trading store and a Farmers Co-op but they were wrong. Since finding a secretarial job was out of the question I applied for a job as a stock controller which was basically a glorified name for somebody who checked the stock and dusted the shelves. The widow who owned the shop ran the bottle store section and old Mrs Grobler was the teller. Mrs Grobbie (as she was affectionately known) had a very strange

marriage. She and her husband had been married for a good 40 years but had stopped all form of communication some 20 years previously although they shared the same house. Evidently they each had their own bedroom and each of them had a set time for the bathroom and the kitchen as each of them cooked their own meals. Some years earlier electricity had arrived at the village – an argument ensued over the cost of installing electricity as he thought it unnecessary. Mrs Grobbie paid for electricity in the kitchen and her bedroom but was not prepared to pay for any other room in the house which might be used by him. Her husband would come to the shop to buy his own groceries as it was cheaper than the co-op and would do his best to irritate her by dumping the things on the counter and saying he could get them cheaper elsewhere. With pursed lips Mrs Grobbie would tot up his bill and give him the amount. This had been going on for months (much to the amusement of the staff) until one day it obviously got too much for her, and when he started up about the cost she stormed out from behind the counter, grabbed his trolley and called me. “Please put everything back on the shelves as this old goat thinks we are too expensive!” Of course old Grobbie just started up these remarks to annoy his wife since he had no intention of buying elsewhere and there then erupted an incredible row that our boss had to sort out.

Grobbie was a source a great amusement at the local – evidently he had been a hunter in his youth and used to relate hair-raising stories about his hunting exploits, especially if there were newcomers present. One night he was telling a story about how he had to fight off a wounded buffalo with the butt of his rifle. One of the locals said he doubted that Grobbie had ever seen a buffalo let alone fought one off whereupon Grobbie replied that he had been married to one for forty years so of course he knew how to handle them. He drove an old Jeep that was practically held together with wire and often went down to the Zambesi Valley where his claim was situated. Evidently he was picked up by the local game ranger of that area and charged for shooting a guinea-fowl out of season. Once a month a circuit judge arrived in the dorp to try the cases that had built up since his last visit. Grobbie had decided he was going to defend himself so a large contingent of the local males had decided to go just for a laugh – what on earth could a man say in his defence when he had been caught red-handed with the bird in his Jeep? At appointed time he arrived – completely decked out in his funeral clothes (and minus his teeth). He claimed self-defence – the guinea-fowl had attacked him whilst he was sitting in his Jeep and it was obviously rabid – had the game ranger checked it? The case was thrown out of court and earned him many free drinks in the pub later that day.

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Rev Ron Reiners Anglican Church In the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit I greet you. Is it not amazing how often we fail to recognise the true potential in someone, especially the youth of today. We often judge them too harshly before gaining a true insight into where they come from, their hopes and dreams are often pushed aside. We use the phrases like “they are too young and they do not have the knowledge” My question is “Have they been given the chance?” In many of the main-line churches the pastors/priests fail to give the youth the opportunity to assist in planning and running the service, let alone the preaching. There are certain duties, however, that only an ordained priest can preform, but what about those duties that are done by the priest, that in fact can be done by a lay person and why does it always have to be an adult? I know for a fact that there is a church in Polokwane that is run solely by young people (the youth) even their council consists of a majority of youth. Our Rector has allowed our youth to run most of the communion service in our church and what success it has been. The youth have stepped forward and excelled. Even youth as young as 14/15 have been given the opportunity to preach, of course this is all done under guidance of the youth leader and we as priests. At first our youth were dropping out like flies and our service congregation were mainly senior members of the community. Suddenly, there seems to be an upswing in the youth attending the services and getting involved in all activities in the church’s life. I believe this is what Jesus was talking about when He talked about making disciples. Giving the youth the right to try and make mistakes, guiding and supporting them in their want to serve God. We know that there is a lack of trained priest/pastors in all churches, thus by encouraging full participation in the running of the church by the youth we will be encouraging new or future leaders. Once we have accepted Christ we all enter the priesthood, “The Priesthood of all Believers.” I therefore encourage all “senior” citizens to embrace the youth and support them. It is God who is calling them and we need to abide by His commands. Are you willing to accept a dying church or will you open your hearts and minds to new ideas?

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VACANCY: Extracurricular Director (all extramural activity) Unicorn Preparatory School seeks to employ a director of extramurals from 1 January 2019. The position will encompass the organisation of all extramurals (Grade R to 7) on the campus, including sport, overseeing cultural timetables; sports awards; timetabling of extramural programmes and all relevant organisation and communication.

en Gin” Kaartjies is R150 pp en beskikbaar by Hairobix vanaf Donderdag (14 Junie) Daar is slegs ‘n beperkte aantal kaartjies beskikbaar. Friday evening is for the whole family. Come and enjoy a community braai as we call the evening: The Longstreet Braai. More detail about the Braai will be on Facebook Saturday will kickstart with a fun run followed by coffee and something to eat just as you wish, as long as you enjoy yourself. There will also be an Avo tree auction and a few surprises, just like our Facebook page to stay informed. Entrance fee is R20pp and payable at the entrance gate. Kids enter for free. Come and enjoy a fun filled avo experience. Please follow Tzaneen Avofees/Avofest on Facebook to get more info Kom geniet die AVOntuur saam met ons en nooi vriende en familie om in Tzaneen te kom kuier We are certainly going to have an AVO good weekend!!

The requirements for this position include but are not limited to: • A suitable professional qualification and appropriate educational experience, specialising in all sport types • Computer literacy and ability to apply appropriate knowledge for the director position • An unequivocal commitment to working as part of an accomplished team • A commitment to on-going personal and professional development • An awareness of the nature of the school and willingness to commit to its all-round ethos and extra-curricular activities • Proof of registration with SACE and preferably supported by a sexual offender’s clearance certificate • Have excellent organisational and communication skills • Creative, self-motivated, organised and energetic • Being able to develop good working relationships with colleagues, parents and students is essential • Extensive knowledge of the registration process of all relevant sporting codes in the school • Provide guidance and direction for future of the school’s extracurricular program • Preparing the sports budget and allocate spending on external coaches, equipment purchases and coaching courses • Have experience in organising sport tours and tournaments • Be in possession or at least be willing to obtain a PDP transport licence • Allocation of sponsorships for sport teams • The candidate should possess strong interpersonal and administrative skills. Candidates must have a sound knowledge of all the major primary school sporting codes and should hold appropriate qualifications and to coach, referee / umpire codes as mentioned above. Please forward a Curriculum Vitae, together with the contact details of at least three current referees to:

The Headmaster, Unicorn Preparatory School to: head@unicornschool.co.za

The closing date for applications is Friday 20 July 2018. Starting date 1 January 2019. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted. If you have not received any response or feedback within 14 days of your application, please consider your application as unsuccessful. Unicorn Preparatory reserves the right not to proceed with filling the post. An application does not in itself entitle the applicant to an interview or appointment and failure to meet the minimum requirements of the advertised post will result in applicants automatically disqualifying themselves for consideration.

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One man’s historic contribution book is the history of the Biddulph family who came to South Africa as part of the 1820 Settlers. He traced their family name to a town by the same name in Yorkshire. Louis was born in Sea Point, Cape Town on the 1st of June 1940. His father owned a garage in Bellville. The family moved to Lydenburg, Mpumalanga, when Louis was 11 as his dad went into a garage partnership. Louis finished school there and then went on to complete his masters in History in at the University of Pretoria. He studied under the head of history at UNISA, Professor Muller for his doctorate. His doctorate on “the American involvement in the Anglo Boer War” led him to Washington DC in the USA for 10 months. He’d grown up with a father who

Above: The remains of the Long Tom at the village memorial in coloured pencil. Below: A portion of a large drawing of Louis on top of the Appalachian Trail in the USA.

loved hiking and birding. At university he joined Exploratio, the university mountaineering club. He got to climb in the Magaliesberg and took on the Appalachian Trail in the USA. Louis admits he’s been a bibliophile since childhood. The first book his mother gave him, “Jock of the Bushveld” is still in his collection. There were two editions as there were factual errors in the first edition illustrations. The dung beetle is moving dung with its front paws but the beetle moves the dung with his back paws. Nipper Thompson from Wegraakbosch had a first edition. Louis joked, “If your book’s gone, you know who pinched it.” It subsequently disappeared. Louis and Nipper hunted for the book. Their trust and friendship has remained intact but the book is gone. As a child Louis’s highlight was Sundays the next episode of the comic strip “Prince Valiant”. The book “Commando” by Denys Reitz piqued his passion for the Anglo Boer War. He now has some 500 Anglo Boer War books in his collection. “HG Wells wrote about the Anglo Boer War. Rudyard Kipling came to South Africa as a war correspondent who hated the Boers. By the time he left he loved them.” Louis has Afrikaans, French and English blood coursing through his veins. His love for English literature is obvious with an entire room filled with English books. Besides collecting books Louis collects maps and recently found a new map of the Haenertsburg area at Map Studios. He lectured at Pretoria University and then moved

Professor Louis Changuion examines his latest map purchase in his village library.

to the Cultural History Museum in Pretoria. He visited the University of the North (now Limpopo), was offered a job and moved to the University and settled with his family in the village in 1972. Louis was friends with the Welsh actor and documentary filmmaker Kenneth Griffith. Through him he met actors Peter O’Toole and Richard Burton. Richard asked him for his favourite movie and he said “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?” Richard retorted, “Why on earth did you like that movie. It was my worst as it was a mirror of my tempestuous relationship and marriage with Elizabeth Taylor.” Once in Haenertsburg Louis was introduced to the late Gugu Thompson of Cheerio Gardens. She said, “The Boers stayed in the village during the Anglo Boer War and blew up the last of four Long Tom guns at Rondebult behind my house.” Louis was skeptical as he’d followed many cold trails. He and countless others had thought the last Long Tom was destroyed between Lydenburg and Sabie, hence the Long Tom pass. Louis bought a metal detector and went up to the hole beyond Cheerio Gardens. What excitement when he unearthed, just below the surface, a 30 kg piece of Long Tom. It was so big that Louis was able to determine the calibre 6 inches (155mm) of the gun. Louis flew to the UK in search of missing Long Tom pieces. In an inventory he’d found the following inscription, “Muzzle of 155mm Crueset gun.” On a dusty bottom shelf in a storeroom of the Woolwich Artillery Museum he found the piece. As it was now in British hands, Louis needed the Queen’s permission to ship the 45 kg piece to South Africa. He appealed to the SA Embassy in London where Nelson Mandela was visiting. Formalities had to be completed before the piece could be taken out of the UK and Mandela promised to bring it back to South Africa. Brigadier Timbers from Woolwich presented the piece in time for the village centenary on 31 April 2001. Louis, Stella, his first wife, and daughters completed the Long Tom memorial in the village arboretum in 1996. Stella created the tiles, Estelle the drawings, Wilhelmin and Marie-Louise created the lettering. Louis’s bestselling book is the history of the Long Toms titled “Silence of the Guns.” He was instrumental in the village museum in Rissik Street and The Louis Changuion Hiking Trail has been named in his honour. Louis’s contribution to the historic value of Haenertsburg has been singularly enormous.

ilies in our community. Bulletin will keep you updated over the next two weeks on how much you have contributed towards this very worthy cause. Contact us to be part of the challenge! For more information on how you and your business can become involved in this Food for the Needy Drive, please contact Marietjie at the SAVF office on 015 307 2645. Donations can be dropped off at the SAVF foundation in Agatha Street.

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Soft strains of Mozart and then Shubert emanate from historian Professor Louis Changuion’s extensive library at his home in the village of Haenertsburg. He needs soothing classical music to quieten his mind so that he can concentrate on his research and his next books. He’s working on his 24th and 25th books. His 24th book is the history of the Vorster family with a working title of “The Vorsters of Letsitele”. He’s traced the family name to Berne in Switzerland where the surname started with an “F”. The 25th


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New school goes up outside Phalaborwa The need for an air conditioner in 2015 set off a chain of events that materialised in foundations being thrown for a school in the Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality three weeks ago. The fast growing new Boelang Community consists of some 4, 000 people under Kgoshi (local king) Andries Malatji. Some 250 children walk 17km to school and this includes crossing a river. The bush, surrounding the footpaths, makes the children easy targets for criminals and there

have been several rape cases. Architect Charles Hartman became involved through his air conditioning business in Phalaborwa. He brought the Induna, DemetrIus Malatji, an air conditioner and from there met and presented the Kgoshi with an air conditioner. The Kgoshi wanted a safe school in the Boelang Community for the children. Meetings to discuss the school took place in the Induna’s back garden under the maroela tree. A community committee was established to conduct surveys of the numbers of residents,

Charles Harman the architect for Makatikele School outside Phalaborwa.

with a lion. He had to go back to the drawing learners and proximity of existing school. Foskor mine put up R5-million and Barlo- board as the Kgoshi’s tribal emblem is a porworld R500, 000.00. Foskor is overseeing the cupine. Charles’s further vision is that the chilproject as Charles is now mainly in the Hae- dren have uniforms, with the porcupine logo, nertsburg area. The location of the school so that the children are easily identifiable. The school will be completed by January was established in the centre of the Boelang Community and the respective plots were 2019. Charles said that thanks in realising this project are due to many including the demarcated for the project. Charles set about the conceptual side of Department of Health and Planning, the Dethe design process and designed the school partment of Education, Jannie Meintjies of layouts and typical classroom structure. The Ilanga, Yolande van der Merwe and Jantjie classrooms introduce colour, varying win- Bessenger from Growth on PMC as well as dow shapes, form a quadrangle to contain Abraham Lewaba from Foskor. the smaller children and a security gate system. The school hall doubles up as a village hall and there are playing fields. There will be 16 classrooms, including an Early Learning Centre, from Grades R to Grade 7. The building has been designed in such a way that the roof can be lifted and another storey added as grades are added. There’s also provision for JoJo tanks and solar panels. The layout of the school is in the shape of an “A” for the Kgoshi Andries Malatji and the school is called Makatikele School. This is Andries’s name in his language. Charles designed the school logo, with the motto ‘education is my right’ initially The school logo designed by Charles Hartman.

Kruger Park SPAR joins birthday celebrations SPAR South Africa celebrated their 55th Birthday this year, and they did it in the very best way possible – by giving back to their loyal shoppers who made the last five decades possi-

ble. Kruger Park SPAR in Phalaborwa was no exception to this birthday rule and during the entire month of May, the staff at this retailer brightened up the aisles with colourful garb and brighter smiles. Not only were shoppers treated to this extravagant extravaganza, but 200 locals were lucky enough to have had their groceries paid for by SPAR. SPAR South Africa gave away a total of 55 000 “Free Shopping Vouchers” of which two hundred were awarded in Phalaborwa. Going the extra mile, however, Kruger Park SPAR donated an electrical scooter to one of their longest standing residents and loyal shoppers. “Oom” Sampie Esterhuizen will now be able to enjoy a better quality of life while able to stroll through the store unabatedly.

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Kandidate moet oor die volgende kwalifiserende vereistes beskik: • ‘n M.Sc.- of Ph.D.-graad in Landbou of verwante studierigting, gesteun deur kennis van en praktiese ervaring in spesifiek avokadoverbouing, met Hortologie, Plantkunde, Pomologie of enige kombinasie van hierdie vakgebiede. • Grondige kennis in die verbouing en produksiepraktyke van steenvrugte wat insluit die verbouing van avokado's, mango’s en kersies. • Rekenaarvaardigheid en ’n geldige rybewys word vereis. Die posbekleër moet bereid wees om van tyd tot tyd te reis na die verskillende produksieeenhede wat ver uitmekaar geleë is.

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Tonge gaan behoorlik in PLK swaai Laerskool Tzaneen spog vandag met agt van hul voorste tongswaaiers wat hierdie week deurgedring het na die finale rondte van die Radikale Redenaars kompetisie. Die Limpopo finaal sal op 18 Augustus by Hoërskool Pietersburg, in Polokwane, gehou word. Dié groepie redenaars het nie net met hul toespraak-vernuf die beoordelaars omgepraat nie, maar ook vir prosa voorlesings. Sulé Espach, Duncan Smith, Anrich van Wyngaardt, Henk de Wet en Waldo de Kock het deurgedring met hul toesprake. Campbell McLean met sy toespraak asook prosa lees, Sumari Vorster met haar prosa lees en Tessa van Heyningen met toespraak en prosa lees. Sumari Vorster

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Plaaslike ryers trap Kremetart plat Die immergewilde Kremetart Bergfiets wedren XCO in Louis Trichardt verlede Sondag, het ook verskeie Plasie-trappers ingesluit. In die Jeug-Seuns-afdeling beïndruk Bevan Muller met die Eerste-plek. De Wet du Toit eindig sesde, Gunther Katzke sewende, Trevor de Beer negende, John-Robert Honiball tiende en Shaun de

Beer twaalfde. Ervare bergfietsryer, Armand Cronjé, eindig in die tweede-plek en Sheldon Muller in die vierde-plek in die Junior Seuns-afdeling. Afrigter, Pierre Cronjé, eindig vierde in die Mans Veterane-afdeling. Die SA MTB Beker Reeks XCO #4 vind hierdie Saterdag op Mankele MTB Park in Mpumalanga plaas.

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Merensky is Limpopo liga wenners Hierdie afgelope naweek het die junior Plasies rugbypanne in die Limpopo semi-finaal op Hoërskool Piet Potgieter se velde in Mokopane rugbysake uitgespook. Die O/14A-span het teen Hoërskool Ben Viljoen van Groblersdal staal getoon en 25-17 gewen. Drieë word aangeteken deur Henro Delport (2), Janco Grobler (1) en Theoniel Kleynhans (1). Reese Coetzee het een van die vier drieë verdoel en een strafskop deur die pale gestuur. Met hierdie pragoorwinning is hulle plek verseker in die Limpopo-finaal wat op 21 Julie gespeel sal word. Tydens hierdie finale stryd sal hul teen die O/14-span van Hoërskool Frikkie Meyer kragte meet. Merensky se O/14B-span klop Hoërskool Frikkie Meyer met ‘n verstommende 71-5. Uitblinker, Hennie de Wet, het drie keer die

doellyn besoek en die opponente laat les opsê met briljante spel. Dié span tree uit die seisoen as Limpopo ligawenners. Slegs twee punte het die Plasie O/15A-tal se ligadroom verydel, nadat Hoërskool Piet Potgieter die taai wedstryd 17-19 beklink het. Tog gaan hulle nie die tokse ophang nie, aangesien hul deurdring na die Virseker Beker-toernooi. Op hul beurt het Merensky se O/15B’s hul suksesvolle seisoen ook afgesluit as Limpopo ligawenners deur 20-17 met Potties af te reken. Die O/16A-span is na hul oorwinning oor Hoërskool Frikkie Meyer, op 26 Mei, direk deur na die Limpopo-finaal. Hier sal hul Hoërskool Ellisras die stryd aansê. Na nege vriendskaplike wedstryde tree die O/16B’s ook as 2018 Limpopo ligawenners uit.

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Plasies kruis stokke in hokkiefinaal O/14 Span

Na verskeie uitdaag wedstryde gedurende die week, het Plasieland se hokkiebokkies verlede naweek, aan die Limpopo semi-finaal op Pietersburg Hoërskool se velde deelgeneem. Met ‘n skittervertoning het die O/14’s die provinsie laat kennis neem toe hul Hoërskool Ellisras met ‘n allermintige 6-1 geklop het. Hierdie belowende juniorspan speel hier-

O/16 Span

die komende naweek teen Hoërskool Ben Vorster in die finaal en sal later in die Noordvaal-toernooi te sien wees. Die Plasie O/15-span moes as gevolg van ‘n enkele doel terugstaan teen Hoërskool Frikkie Meyer toe dié hul met 3-4 geklop het. Die span sal egter in die Limpopo finaal vir die derde-plek uitspeel teen Hoërskool Ben Vorster, ten einde die Noordvaal-

toernooi te haal. Na ‘n taai stryd, wat oorgegaan het in ‘n 8-sekonde uitklop, het die O/16’s met 2-1 daarin geslaag om Hoërskool Ben Viljoen van Groblersdal kous oor die kop huis toe te stuur. Dié span speel ook, soos die O/14’s, teen Ben Vorster in die finaal en gaan deur na die Noordvaal-toernooi. Op die seniorfront was sake nie so roos-

kleurig nie. Die Tweede-span moes met ‘n 2-3 telling teen Frikkie Meyer tevrede wees. Die Eerste-span kon ook nie op die dag teen Ben Viljoen kers vashou nie en stap 0-5 van die veld af. Nog is dit het einde niet, want Stanford Lake College moet in die Limpopo finaal oorwin word om Derde-plek in Limpopo te beklee en sodoende vir Noordvaal te kwalifiseer.


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Legals IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE MAGISTERIAL DISTRICT OF TZANEEN HELD AT NKOWANKOWA TZANEEN CASE NO: 521/2017 In the matter between: ROYALE ENERGY (PTY) LTD Execution Creditor And LEBOGANG ADELAIDE BANYANI 1ST Execution Debtor JASILA SAMUEL BANYINI 2ND Execution Debtor NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION WHEREFORE the Execution Creditor obtained Judgment against the Execution Debtor in the Magistrate’s Court for the Magisterial district of TZANEEN held at TZANEEN, the following movable goods will be sold in execution to the highest bidder without any reserve price by the SHERIFF of TZANEEN (NKOWANKOWA) on the 6th of JULY 2018 at 10:00 at No1, BANKUNA ROAD, LIMDEV BUILDING, NKOWANKOWA – 1 X 2 COMPUTER 1 X 3 DEEP FRIDGE 1 X PORTA COMPRESSOR 1 X TRAMN GENERATOR 1 X MAN TRUCK (HORSE) BVS 731 L 1 X SONY TV 1 X TV STAND 1 X FORD RANGER 1 X 2 DEEP FREEZER 1 X 4 SHELVES 1 X 4 KITCHEN UNITS 1 X 2 PAIRS LOUNGE SUITE (4 X 4) 1 X JVC AMPLIFY 1 X 2 AKIRA AIR CONDITIONER 1 X BUSH CUTTER MACHINE 1 X PRINTER 1 X WARDROPE DATED AT TZANEEN ON THIS 5TH DAY OF JUNE 2018 WYNAND DU PLESSIS PROKUREUR Plaintiff ’s Attorney 30 Rex Street Roodepoort Tel: (011) 760 1058 Fax: (011) 763 4041 Ref: Tanya/IR1344 c/o STEPHAN VAN RENSBURG ATTORNEYS RENCOLE RIDGE OFFICE PARK 11 LOOP STREET TZANEEN TEL: 015 307 4458 Jun301___________________________

IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA (GAUTENG DIVISION, PRETORIA)

Case No: 8184/2017 In the matter between: MFG ACCOUNTANTS PLAINTIFF And MOHALE POULTRY AND VEGETABLES (PTY) LTD REGISTRATION NO: 2012/058529/07 FIRST DEFENDANT WALTER MOHALE ID NO: 860210 6244 085 SECOND DEFENDANT NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION PURSUANT to a re-issued Warrant of Execution dated 7 February 2018 the undermentioned goods will be sold on 6 JULY 2018 at 11:30 by public auction to be held MOLEMOLE MAGISTRATE OFFICE, SEKGOSESE, by the Sheriff for the High Court, SEKGOSESE to the highest bidder for cash, namely: 1 X 4 TON MITSUBISHI TRUCK, VIN ABJFE85PG7EA01986, REG: BTP 107 L 1 X YAMAHA GRIZZLY QUADBIKE 300 1 X JOHN AIR COMPRESSOR 86 K.G. 1 X ATLANTIC 90 TRACTOR (Sgnd) P A VAN ECK ATTORNEYS FOR RESPONDENTS ROSS & JACOBSZ INC 457 RODERICKS ROAD LYNWOOD, PRETORIA TEL: 012 348 1088 FAX: 012 348 1626 REF: A VAN ECK/M11291

dential 1” with a density of 1/250m² to Residential 1” with a density of 1/250m² with Annexure 245 that will relax the street building line to two (2) metres. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Civic Centre, Agatha Street, Tzaneen, for a period of 30 days from 15 June 2018 (the date of the first publication of the notice). Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or be delivered to room 257, Civic Centre, Agatha Street, Tzaneen before 15 July 2018, by quoting the above-mentioned heading, the objector’s interest in the matter, the ground(s) of the objection/representation, the objector’s property description, phone numbers and address. A person who cannot write may during office hours visit the abovementioned Municipality requesting assistance to transcribe his/her objections, comments or representations. Contact person: Mr. M J Mathye (015-307-8031) Address of Agent: Omniplan Town Planners, P.O. Box 2071, TZANEEN, 0850. Tel. 015 307 1041. Ref. J173

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TZANEEN AMENDMENT SCHEME 393 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF A TOWN-PLANNING SCHEME IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 57 & 86(2)(a) OF THE GREATER TZANEEN SPLUMA BY-LAWS 2016 I, Willem Johannes Jacobsz of Omniplan CC Town Planners, being the authorised agent of the registered owner of Erf 2118 Lenyeenyee -A hereby give notice in terms of Sections 57 & 86(2) (a) of the Greater Tzaneen SPLUMA By-Law 2016, that I have applied to the Greater Tzaneen Municipality for the amendment of the town-planning scheme known as the Tzaneen Town Planning Scheme, 2000 by the rezoning of the property described above, situated at 1 Creche Street, Lenyeenyee-A, from “Resi-

TZANEEN WYSIGINGSKEMA 387 KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN ‘N DORPSBEPLANNINGSKEMA INGEVOLGE ARTIKELS 57 & 86(2)(a) VAN DIE GROTER TZANEEN SPLUMA BY-WETTE, 2016. Ek, Willem Johannes Jacobsz van Omniplan CC Stadsbeplanners, synde die gemagtigde agent van die geregistreerde eienaar van Erf 2118 Lenyeenyee -A gee hiermee ingevolge Artikels 57 & 86(2)(a) van die Groter Tzaneen SPLUMA By-Wette 2016, kennis dat ek by die Groter Tzaneen Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het vir die wysiging van die Dorpsbeplanningskema bekend as die Tzaneen Dorpsbeplanningskema, 2000 deur die hersonering van die bogenoemde eiendom, geleë te 1 Creche Straat Lenyeeny-

ee-A, vanaf “Residensieel 1” met ‘n digtheid van 1/250m² na “Residensieel 1” met ‘n digtheid van 1/250m ² en Bylae 245 wat die straatboulyn na twee (2) meter sal verslap. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Burgersentrum, Agathastraat, Tzaneen vir ‘n tydperk van 30 dae vanaf 15 Junie 2018 (die datum van eerste publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing). Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoeke moet skriftelik voor 15 Julie 2018 gerig word aan die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of afgelewer word by kamer 257, Burgersentrum, Agathastraat, Tzaneen, deur die verwysing na bostaande opskrif, die beswaarmaker se belang in die saak, die gronde/redes vir die beswaar, die beswaarmaker se eiendomsbeskrywing, telefoonnommer en adres. Enige persoon wat nie kan skryf nie mag gedurende kantoorure die bovermelde Munisipaliteit besoek en hulp versoek om sy/haar besware, kommentare of voorstelle op skrif te stel. Kontak persoon: Mnr. M J Mathye (015-307-8031) Adres van Agent: Omniplan CC, Posbus 2071, Tzaneen, 0850, Tel. 015 307 1041. Verw. J173 Jun304___________________________

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE BA-PHALABORWA LAND USE SCHEME, 2008 AND SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIVE TITLE CONDITIONS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 57 AND 58 OF THE BA-PHALABORWA MUNICIPAL SPLUMA BY-LAW AMENDMENT SCHEME 55 I, Floris Jacques du Toit of Jacques du Toit & Associates, Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of Erf 753 Phalaborwa Extension 1, hereby give notice in terms of Section 57 and 58 of the Spluma Bylaws, 2016, that we have applied to the Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality for the amendment of the Ba-Phalaborwa Land Use Scheme, 2008, by the rezoning and simultaneous

removal of restrictive title conditions 2(a), 2(c) and 2(d) contained in Title Deed T6184/2017, of Erf 753 Phalaborwa Extension 1, situated on the corner of Nollie Bosman Street and Frederik van Wyk Avenue, from “Residential 1” to “Residential 3” with relaxation of density to “64 units/ha”. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Civic Centre, Nelson Mandela Drive, Phalaborwa, for the period of 30 days from 15 June 2018 (the date of the first publication of the notice). Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or posted to Private Bag X01020, Phalaborwa, 1390 before 16 July 2018 quoting the above mentioned heading, the objector’s interest in the matter, the ground(s) of the objection/representation, the objector’s property description, phone numbers and address. A person who cannot write may during office hours and within the objection period, visit the abovementioned Municipality requesting assistance to transcribe his/her objections, comments or representations. Contact persons: Paul Maluleke (076 954 0448) or Johan Behrens (0795221281). Address of Agent: Jacques du Toit & Associates, PO Box 754, Tzaneen, 0850 Tel. 015-307 3710 Jun305___________________________

KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA GRONDGEBRUIKSKEMA, 2008 EN GELYKTYDIGE OPHEFFING VAN BEPERKENDE TITELVOORWAARDES INGEVOLGE ARTIKELS 57 EN 58 VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA MUNISIPALE SPLUMA VERORDENING WYSIGINGSKEMA 55 Ek, Floris Jacques du Toit van Jacques du Toit & Medewerkers, Stads- en Streeksbeplanners, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van Erf 753 Phalaborwa Uitbreiding 1, gee

hiermee ingevolge Artikel 57 en 58 van die Spluma Verordeninge, 2016, kennis dat ons by die Ba-Phalaborwa Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die Ba-Phalaborwa Grondgebruikskema, 2008, deur die hersonering en die gelyktydige opheffing van titelvoorwaardes 2(a), 2(c) en 2(d) uit Titelakte T6184/2017 van Erf 753 Phalaborwa Uitbreiding 1, geleë op die hoek van Nollie Bosmanstraat en Frederik van Wyklaan, van “Residensieël 1” na “Residensieël 3” en die verslapping van digtheid tot “64 eenhede/ha”. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Burgersentrum, Nelson Mandela Rylaan, Phalaborwa vir ‘n tydperk van 30 dae vanaf 15 Junie 2018 (die datum van eerste publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing). Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet skriftelik voor of op 16 Julie 2018 gerig word aan die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of gepos word aan Privaatsak X01020, Phalaborwa 1390, met verwysing na bostaande opskrif, die beswaarmaker se belang in die saak, die gronde/redes vir die beswaar, die beswaarmaker se eiendomsbeskrywing, telefoonnommer en adres. Enige persoon wat nie kan skryf nie mag gedurende kantoorure en binne die beswaretyd die bovermelde Munisipaliteit besoek en hulp versoek om sy/haar besware, kommentare of voorstelle op skrif te stel. Kontakpersone: Mnre Paul Maluleke (076 954 0448) of Johan Behrens (0795221281). Adres van agent: Jacques du Toit & Medewerkers, Posbus 754, Tzaneen, 0850 Tel. 015-307 3710 Jun306___________________________

NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE BA-PHALABORWA LAND USE SCHEME, 2008 AND SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIVE TITLE CONDITIONS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 57 AND 58 OF THE BA-PHALABORWA MUNICIPAL SPLUMA BY-

LAW, 2016 AMENDMENT SCHEME 56 I, Floris Jacques du Toit of Jacques du Toit & Associates, Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of Erf 188 Phalaborwa, hereby give notice in terms of Section 57 and 58 of the Spluma Bylaws, 2016, that we have applied to the Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality for the amendment of the Ba-Phalaborwa Land Use Scheme, 2008, by the rezoning and simultaneous removal of restrictive title conditions, of Erf 188 Phalaborwa, situated at the corner of Karee Avenue and Maroela Street, from “Residential 1” to “Residential 3” with Annexure. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Civic Centre, Nelson Mandela Drive, Phalaborwa, for the period of 30 days from 15 June 2018 (the date of the first publication of the notice). Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address or posted to Private Bag X01020, Phalaborwa, 1390 before 16 July 2018 quoting the above mentioned heading, the objector’s interest in the matter, the ground(s) of the objection/representation, the objector’s property description, phone numbers and address. A person who cannot write may during office hours and within the objection period, visit the abovementioned Municipality requesting assistance to transcribe his/ her objections, comments or representations. Contact persons: Paul Maluleke (076 954 0448) or Johan Behrens (0795221281). Address of Agent: Jacques du Toit & Associates, PO Box 754, Tzaneen, 0850 Tel. 015307 3710 Jun307___________________________

KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA GRONDGEBRUIKSKEMA, 2008 EN GELYKTYDIGE OPHEFFING VAN BEPERKENDE TITELVOORWAARDES INGEVOLGE

ARTIKELS 57 EN 58 VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA MUNISIPALE SPLUMA VERORDENING, 2016 WYSIGINGSKEMA 56 Ek, Floris Jacques du Toit van Jacques du Toit & Medewerkers, Stads- en Streeksbeplanners, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van Erf 188 Phalaborwa, gee hiermee ingevolge Artikel 57 en 58 van die Spluma Verordeninge, 2016, kennis dat ons by die Ba-Phalaborwa Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die Ba-Phalaborwa Grondgebruikskema, 2008, deur die hersonering en die gelyktydige opheffing van titelvoorwaardes van Erf 188 Phalaborwa, geleë op die hoek van Kareelaan en Maroelastraat, van “Residensieël 1” na “Residensieël 3”. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Burgersentrum, Nelson Mandela Rylaan, Phalaborwa vir ‘n tydperk van 30 dae vanaf 15 Junie 2018 (die datum van eerste publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing). Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet skriftelik voor of op 16 Julie 2018 gerig word aan die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of gepos word aan Privaatsak X01020, Phalaborwa 1390, met verwysing na bostaande opskrif, die beswaarmaker se belang in die saak, die gronde/redes vir die beswaar, die beswaarmaker se eiendomsbeskrywing, telefoonnommer en adres. Enige persoon wat nie kan skryf nie mag gedurende kantoorure en binne die beswaretyd die bovermelde Munisipaliteit besoek en hulp versoek om sy/haar besware, kommentare of voorstelle op skrif te stel. Kontakpersone: Mnre Paul Maluleke (076 954 0448) of Johan Behrens (0795221281). Adres van agent: Jacques du Toit & Medewerkers, Posbus 754, Tzaneen, 0850 Tel. 015-307 3710 Jun308___________________________

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Legals Continued from page 14 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF THE BA-PHALABORWA LAND USE SCHEME, 2008 AND SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIVE TITLE CONDITIONS IN TERMS OF SECTIONS 57 AND 58 OF THE BA-PHALABORWA MUNICIPAL SPLUMA BYLAW, 2016 AMENDMENT SCHEME 57 I, Floris Jacques du Toit of Jacques du Toit & Associates, Town and Regional Planners, being the authorized agent of the registered owners of Erf 188 Phalaborwa, hereby give notice in terms of Section 57 and 58 of the Spluma Bylaws, 2016, that we have applied to the

Ba-Phalaborwa Municipality for a departure from the Ba-Phalaborwa Land Use Scheme, 2008, and simultaneous removal of restrictive title conditions, of Erf 2194 Phalaborwa Ext 2, situated at 10 Drommedaris Street, to allow for tourism accommodation in addition to the existing rights (Residential 1). Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Municipal Manager, Civic Centre, Nelson Mandela Drive, Phalaborwa, for the period of 30 days from 15 June 2018 (the date of the first publication of the notice). Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the Municipal Manager at the above address

or posted to Private Bag X01020, Phalaborwa, 1390 before 16 July 2018 quoting the above mentioned heading, the objector’s interest in the matter, the ground(s) of the objection/representation, the objector’s property description, phone numbers and address. A person who cannot write may during office hours and within the objection period, visit the abovementioned Municipality requesting assistance to transcribe his/ her objections, comments or representations. Contact persons: Paul Maluleke (076 954 0448) or Johan Behrens (0795221281). Address of Agent: Jacques du Toit & Associates, PO Box 754, Tzaneen, 0850 Tel. 015307 3710 Jun309___________________________

KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA GRONDGEBRUIKSKEMA, 2008 EN GELYKTYDIGE OPHEFFING VAN BEPERKENDE TITELVOORWAARDES INGEVOLGE ARTIKELS 57 EN 58 VAN DIE BA-PHALABORWA MUNISIPALE SPLUMA VERORDENING, 2016 WYSIGINGSKEMA 57 Ek, Floris Jacques du Toit van Jacques du Toit & Medewerkers, Stads- en Streeksbeplanners, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van Erf 188 Phalaborwa, gee hiermee ingevolge Artikel 57 en 58 van die Spluma Verordeninge, 2016, kennis dat ons by die Ba-Phalaborwa Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om ‘n afwyking van die Ba-Phalaborwa

Grondgebruikskema, 2008, en die gelyktydige opheffing van titelvoorwaardes van Erf 2194 Phalaborwa Uitbr 2, geleë te Drommedarisstraat 10, om toerisme akkommodasie bykomend tot die bestaande regte toe te laat (Residensieël 1). Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Munisipale Bestuurder, Burgersentrum, Nelson Mandela Rylaan, Phalaborwa vir ‘n tydperk van 30 dae vanaf 15 Junie 2018 (die datum van eerste publikasie van hierdie kennisgewing). Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet skriftelik voor of op 16 Julie 2018 gerig word aan die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of gepos word aan

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Sport 15 June 2018

Steeds onoorwonne!

Kabelo Kogohloane en Thabang Sejake van die O/16A-span in aksie.

In die laaste tuiswedstryd van Ben Vorster se Virseker Beker veldtog om die gesogde Skuld in Afdeling 1 te lig, het die Vossies hul wenlopie voortgesit deur met agt van die 10 Hoërskool Lichtenburg spanne die naweek af te reken. Soos oudergewoonte het die senior-spanne hulself goed van hul taak gekwyt en goeie, skoon hardlooprugby opgedis. Terselfde tyd het die juniorspanne deur hul individuele spel ‘n belofte aan die plaaslike rugbyliefhebbers oorgedra – die toekoms van rugby op plaaslike vlak pyl af op ‘n baie belowende toekoms. Die junior O/14A-span was met die intreëslag van hul kragmeting deur die brute krag van ‘n baie groter opponent oorweldig, maar het vinnig van taktiek verander om die spoed van hul agterlyn as teenmiddel aan te wend. Dit het voordelig vir die Vossies uitgewerk wat die wedstryd toe met 48-33 gewen het. Hul B-span het hul wedstryd met 42-0 gewen. Met die O/15-spanne was dit ‘n bietjie van ‘n melancholiese affêre na ‘n 38-22 terugslag vir die B-span. Die O/15A-span het sonder twyfel die moeilikste stryd van hul seisoen teen Lichtenburg gestry om uiteindelik met agt punte en ‘n telling van 18-10 te seëvier. Die O/16A-span was lus vir hardloop en het gewys dat hulle nie sommer vanjaar gekeer gaan word nie. Hulle het met ‘n ongelooflike 114 – 12 gewen terwyl hul B-spanmaats met ‘n telling van 53-5 vir Lichtenburg huistoe gestuur het. By die senior groep het die derde span hulle rieme styf geloop teen ‘n omgekrapte Hoërskool Lichtenburg en 5 – 46 verloor. Die Vierde span behou hul onoorwonne status (en

Renzo du Plessis and Marvelous Mashzmbye

ook die spogregte van die enigste skool in die streek met ‘n Vierde-span) deur met 28 – 3 gewen. Die Tweede span het ook ‘n strawwe wedstryd gehad, maar het 29 – 11 gewen. Ben Vorster se eerste span, wat die afgelope paar naweke ‘n klomp weghol-oorwinnings gehad het, het egter teen ‘n hoogsgemotiveerde Hoërskool Lichtenburg te staan gekom, wat ook tot voor Saterdag onoorwonne in die Virseker Beker was. Die Vossies het die telbord oopgemaak deur eerste punte aanteteken te danke aan twee strafdoele van die senter, DJ du Preez. Daarna het Ben Vorster genadeloos die een aanval na die ander op die besoekers se doellyn geloods. Hoërskool Lichtenburg se verdediging kon nie aanhou keer nie en eindelik het die vleuel, Melvin Maake, die opposisie gesystap om die Vossies se eerste drie te druk. Du Preez het vervyf en die Vossies was 13 – 0 voor. Hierna het Hoërskool Lichtenburg aangeval vir ‘n vale en die Vossies se hoofseun en buitesenter, Christiaan Smit, het egter omkeer besit gekry en oor die lengte van die veld genael vir die Vossies se tweede drie. Du Preez het verdoel en die Vossies was 20 – 0 voor. Met die halftyd sirene, het Hoërskool Lichtenburg geantwoord met ‘n drie van hul eie. Die tweede helfte het op ‘n slegte noot vir Ben Vorster begin toe die kaptein, CJ Erasmus, ‘n geel kaart gekry het, maar die Vossies, met slot Rikus Nel, aan die voorpunt het goed verdedig en Hoërskool Lichtenburg kon net nie deurkom plek kry nie. Met sowat sewe minute oor was dit die Vossies se giftige heelagter, Jason Mulder, wat

Renzo du Plessis

gaan druk het om die telling 25 – 5 te maak. Hoërskool Lichtenburg (die huidige Noord-Wes kampioene) het egter nie gaan lê nie en dadelik teruggeantwoord met ‘n verdoelde drie om die telling 25 – 12 te maak. Ben Vorster het ‘n vierde drie vir ‘n bonuspunt gesoek en ‘n aanval geloods op die Lichtenburglyn. Met tyd verstreke was dit die agsteman, Thapelo Ramoshaba, wat oorgeduik het na goeie spel van die flank, Morne Horn. Die Vossies het die wedstryd 30 – 12 gewen. Ben Vorster sal nou hul sege moet voort sit in ‘n wegwedstryd teen Middelburg.

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