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NWRPO se 2017 - kongres fokus op produsente se groeistrategie LICHTENBURG - Die Noordwes Rooivleisprodusente-Organisasie (NWRPO) se jaarkongres het op 24 Mei by NWK se Opleidingsentrum in die dorp,plaasgevind. Die kongresverrigtinge en positiewe terugvoering van kongresgangers was weereens

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Die sprekers tydens die kongres. Vlnr: Sakkie van Zyl (Voorsitter: NWRPO), Dr Willem Schultheiss (Sake-Eenheidsbestuurder, Herkouer Afdeling: CEVA Animal Health), Emil Pretorius (Produkontwikkeling en Verhoudings-Bestuurder: Santam Landbou), Dr )DৼD0DODQ %HVWXXUGHU5X9$6$ 'U3LHWHU3ULQVORR VWH9RRUVLWWHU1DVLRQDOH532 HQ&DV%UHHGW 9LVH9RRUVLWWHU1:532HQ Voorsitter: NW Dieregesondheidsforum).


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Wollies hokkie weereens bo! HoĂŤrskool Wolmaransstad se eerste hokkiespan het hulle jaar op 'n hoogtepunt afgesluit. Hulle het 'n droom seisoen beleef, wat in April al beloon is met 'n brons (3de plek) in die PUK 16-kompetisie. Hulle het hulle liga RRUKHHUVHQLVLQ-XQLHEHORRQPHWGLHWLWHODV1RRUGZHV:HQQHUV+XOOHKHW6FKRRQVSUXLWLQGLHÂżQDDOJH klop om hierdie titel te kry. Die span is, voor: Carla Visagie, DanaĂŠ Jonker, Nicole Uys, Chandri Lategan en Nelrie Gagiano. Agter: LinĂŠ du Preez, MarnĂŠ Coetzee, Michelle van Wyk (afrigter), Miemie Silva, Annami Marx, Malena Moratsholo, Marleen Smit, Bettie Swartz, Neo Makung en Ipeleng Motsabi. Foto: AmorĂŠ Treurnich.


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NWRPO se kongres fokus op produsente se groeistrategie .....vervolg van bladsy 1 stryd teen veediefstal. Cas Breedt, voorsitter van die Noordwes Dieregesondheidsforum het die belangrikheid van dieregesondheid bestuurspraktyke beklemtoon en het produsente versoek om te verseker dat dieregesondheid deurlopend hoĂŤ prioriteit geniet. Vir hierdie doel PRHWĆŒYHHJHVRQGKHLGVSODQ op elke plaas geformuleer en geĂŻmplementeer word. Kundige en uitgelese sprekers het die kongres toegespreek en sprekers se aanbiedinge het sentreer rondom die tema van die NRQJUHV QDDPOLN ĆŒ *URHL strategie vir die Rooivleisprodusent. Van Zyl het gesĂŞ dat die tema is uiters gepas aangesien reproduksie en kuddegesondheid die hoekstene van enige suksesvolle veeboerdery is. As deel van ĆŒ JURHLVWUDWHJLH EHKRRUW produsente egter nie net op uitbreiding en produksie te fokus nie, maar ook op risikobestuur, dit is hier waar korttermynversekeringsprodukte gebruik kan ZRUG RP ĆŒ SURGXVHQW WHHQ

sekere risiko’s te verskans. Die sprekers van die kongres het die groeistrategie in detail in hul onderskeie praatjies bespreek. Dr Willem Schultheiss, sake-eenheidsbestuurder van die herkouer afdeling van CEVA Animal Health het kongresgangers toegelig oor hoe om faktore wat reproduksiedoeltreffendheid in vleisbeeskuddes beĂŻnYORHG WH EHKHHU 'U )DŕľľD Malan, bestuurder van 5X9$6$ KHW ĆŒ WRHSDVOLNH voorlegging gemaak oor die belangrikheid van diHUHJHVRQGKHLG RP ĆŒ VXNsesvolle veeboerdery te bedryf waarna Emil Pretorius, produkontwikkeling en verhoudings-bestuurder van Santam Landbou die van “ken jou polisâ€? aan kongresgangers uitgeengesit het. Dr Pieter Prinsloo, 1ste voorsitter van die Nasionale 532 KHW DIJHVOXLW PHW ĆŒ insiggewende voorlegging oor die uiteensetting en aanwending van die StatutĂŞre +HŕľśQJ +\ KHW RRN EH ODQJULNKHLG YDQ ĆŒ RUJDQisasie soos die Nasionale RPO en die NWRPO vir

Oorkondes en Eervolle Vermelding is vanjaar aan Flip le Roux (Voormalige Voorsitter: NWRPO), Lardus van Zyl (Voormalige Voorsitter NWRPO en Nasionale RPO) en SP Fourie (Voormalige Voorsitter NWRPO) toegeken. produsente uitgelig. Tydens die kongres het twee voormalige voorsitters van die NWRPO, SP Fourie en Flip le Roux oorkondes ontvang vir hul uitnemende bydrae tot die rooivleisbedryf en jarelange onbaatsugtige diens aan produsente van die Noordwes Provinsie. Lardus van Zyl, voormalige

voorsitter van die NWRPO en die Nasionale RPO KHW ĆŒ HHUYROOH YHUPHOGLQJ ontvang vir sy uitsonderlike bydrae ter bevordering van die rooivleisbedryf op provinsiale- en nasionalevlak asook sy toewyding en jarelange onbaatsugtige diens aan rooivleisprodusente. Ter afsluiting het van Zyl

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North West Provincial Government Republic of South Africa

MEC MASIKE ANNOUNCES OVER R630 MILLION BUDGET FOR MAINTENANCE AND CONSTRUCTION OF NEW CLINICS IN NORTH WEST

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ollowing a lengthy h e a l t h infrastructure assessment in the past five years, the Department of H e a l t h embarked on refurbishment of facilities and construction of new facilities to deliver quality healthcare. To achieve this daunting task MEC Magome Masike has allocated his infrastructure unit a whopping R630, 747 million budget to improve health infrastructure in the province. Delivering the R10.4 billion 2017/18 budget speech at the Provincial Legislature on Tuesday, Masike said a number of infrastructure projects were completed in the 2016/17 financial year. The projects include the upgrade of Witrand Hospital and Bophelong Psychiatric Hospital Phase II, he said. “We also completed a 60 bed mental health unit at Job Shimankana Tabane Hospital. This will allow us to closely monitor mental health patients who need hospital care. “Construction has started on t h e n e w

Madikwe Clinic, New Jouberton CHC and Upgrading of the Excelsius Nursing College,' he said. MEC Masike told provincial legislators that his Department will this financial year complete construction of New Mmakaunyana Clinic, New We l t e v r e d e C l i n i c , N e w M a d i k w e C l i n i c , Refurbishment of JST Hospital Ward 10, New Mathibistad Community Health Centre (CHC), Installation of new Boiler at Mahikeng Provincial Hospital (MPH), Replacement of lifts at Potchefstroom and Witrand Hospitals, Upgrading of Boitekong CHC, New Sekhing CHC and Replacement of water supply network at Itsoseng CHC. In no distant future the department will kick start construction of seven health infrastructure projects. The projects will include construction of new accommodation block at Brits Hospital, new Delareyville Bulk Pharmacy, Bophelong Psychiatric Hospital Phase III (admin buildings), Refurbishment of Marcus Zenzile Clinic, Refurbishment of Steve Tshwete Clinic, upgrading of the Gelukspan Hospital and New Motswedi Clinic.

COOPERATIVES MUST ENJOY FULL SUPPORT OF GOVERNMENT DEPARTMENT The removal of restrictions on procurement systems such that by other department will give cooperatives a fair space to compete with established businesses. “That”, MEC Gaolaolwe said, “Will be the right thing to do, to promote and support VTSD economies and entrepreneurship which contributes towards job creation and sustainability of poverty alleviation projects as supported by the current Administration. As a department, says Gaolaolwe, “We have provided funding to 10 women cooperatives involved in sewing

income generation projects to the tune of R6 million. We ensured that these cooperatives are sustainable by securing contracts for provision of school uniforms to targeted schools across the province. A leaf can be taken off the books of SASSA, the department (Social Development), some local schools and municipalities “for the confidence they demonstrated by procuring goods directly from these cooperatives.”

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE CATA BUDGET SPEECH FOR 2017-18 ·

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DEPARTMENT WAGES WAR AGAINST DRUG ABUSE “The negative effects of substance and drug abuse on the socio-economic wellbeing of individuals, families and the youth is a cause for serious concern”, says Acting MEC Fenny Gaolaolwe. “Young people are at risk of contracting diseases from each other through the use of needles to exchange blood through a process called “Bluetooth,” Gaolaolwe said, adding that an amount of R74.9 million has been set aside to turn around the lives of our people especially those that are addicted to a drug by waging a winnable war against drug addiction. Gaolaolwe expressed confidence that the collaboration of all stakeholders including parents can go a long way in reducing the level of substance abuse in the province. Through our memorandum of understanding with the Department of Health, we have reached 124 491 beneficiaries which include children, youth and

adults, through prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services in the previous financial year. More than 234 000 children aged 18 and below have been reached through substance abuse prevention programmes while 1 449 people received aftercare and family integration services across the four districts. On rehabilitation projects, Gaolaolwe said the construction of two state-run In-patient treatment centres in Tlokwe Local Municipality and Greater Taung Local Municipality is at 100% practical completion. They will help communities to lead a drug-free life. She said her department is in the process of operationalising the centres by ensuring that essential amenities including human resources are in place. The two centres will start to provide services to communities in 2017/2018 financial year.

MEC Magome Masike said EMRS assessment has identified communication as a major challenge that affects functioning of EMRS and response to emergency calls. “We will establish a single central call center to manage our communication challenge so that ambulances can respond quickly,' Masike said. To further boost EMRS services, the department will purchase additional 40 ambulances. “This should offset one of our major challenges with EMRS of aging fleet that spend more time on government garages than on the roads helping our people,' he said.

The Department of Social Development has exceeded the 2% minimum employment of persons with disabilities and will continue to support the provincial departments and municipalities to meet their Employment Equity obligations on this target. In championing the rights of people with disabilities, the department will also lead by example in monitoring the implementation of White Paper by all government entities. This will ensure that the rights of persons with disabilities are promoted and respected following the Cabinet's approval of the country's first ever White Paper on the rights of persons with disabilities. The

White Paper acknowledges deficits in access to education, reproductive health and rights services as well as health care among people with disabilities by Cabinet. The department will also train100 staff in the department on Sign Language to strengthen our communication. Funding will be provided to six residential care facilities providing care services to 24 hour care services to 310 persons with disabilities, with R7,1 million set aside to attain this goal. 26 community based organisations that provide day care services to 659 persons with disabilities.

The department has been allocated an amount R 711, 440 million in the 2017/2018 financial year. This is an increase of 1,06% compared to the allocation of the previous financial year.

programmes, capacity building of ECD practitioners and care-givers including provision of stimulation material. The will be significant increase in access to ECD services by children from zero to four years. “More than 21 000 children from zero to four years have access to early childhood development services subsidised by the Department.” Gaolaolwe said the Department will increase the number of days for payment of subsidy from 204 to 248. This is in recognition of the contribution of the ECD Practitioners who operate outside the school calendar days.

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The budget is allocated to the departmental four programmes (4) as follows:

Cultural Affairs: R 264, 869 million

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Libraries and Archives Services : R 201, 771 million Traditional Affairs : R 140, 711 million ·

Culture is one of the economic contributors in the Province. In advancing radical socioeconomic transformation, the department successfully hosted three flagship projects, namely, Matlhaku, Taung Cultural Calabash and Mahika-MahikengCultural Festival.

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An amount of R16,7 million was spent on hosting the Mahika-Mahikeng festival which contributed to the creation of 4200 jobs; R8.2million spent on locally based service providers.A total of R4,4 million was spent on artist performance of which R60,000 was on international artist (Botswana) R1,8 million was spent on 32 national artists and R2,4 million was spent on local artists and groups.

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Cultural industrial growth strategy will be the main focus for turning culture and arts as economic drivers in the NWP. Through the Mmabana Foundation the following industrial sectors will be incubated: 1.

-Music industry which will promote and develop the musical brands of Bokone Bophirima which is Motswako and Setswana traditional music. Mmabana intends to increase revenue and performances in the year 2017/18

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Craft industry which will focus on maximizing the profit share in tourism product, industrial ornament and household utilities. The Department will this year see to the resuscitation of theBokone Bophirima Craft and Design Institute who together with various crafters will play a major role in the realization on the arts and crafts economy.

ECD CENTRES STRENGTHENED FOR IMPROVED SERVICE DELIVERY The Early Childhood Development (ECD) Conditional Grant of R32 686 000, announced by the Department of Social Development, will help in improving the status and access to ECDs across the villages, townships and small dorpies (VTSD) areas. Acting MEC Fenny Gaolaolwe said, “Forty ECDs will benefit in infrastructure maintenance and provision of water and sanitation from this grant, adding that it will further assist the ECDs to comply with norms and standards and obtain full registration.” Governance structures will also come to the fore with R175m set aside for the establishment and empowerment of governance structures, advocacy

video and film production. In this financial year, the department will establish a Film Commission and the Film Office, having benchmarked with Provinces where such are successfully established.

Management and Administration : R 104, 089 million

SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT TO CHAMPION THE RIGHTS OF PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES

R322 MILLION SET ASIDE TO IMPROVE AMBULANCE SERVICES The Department of Health has set aside R322, 404 million to restructure Emergency Medical Rescue Services (EMRS) to serve rural communities better. Part of restructuring plans includes establishment of a single emergency call center and procurement of new ambulances. Speaking at the Provincial legislature on Tuesday,

MEC Ontlametse Mochware

MEC Fenny Gaolaolwe

MEC Magome Masike

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-Film industry: The Province has studios which our department intends to convert into economic and artistic spaces. We will ensure that the VTSD programme benefits from television,

-The Creative Industry will promote textile and design business. Madam Speaker, we pride ourselves as a Province with creative persons in the design and visual arts. Through this industry Mmabana will produce school uniforms, protective clothing, sportswear and other forms of textile.

During the first quarter of 2017, the Department will host a provincial Arts, Culture and Heritage Lekgotla with the purpose of providing artists with a platform of engagement with and capacitation by funding institutions, possible donors and buyers of the products and services. Such a platform will create opportunities that would ensure contribution of the arts and culture to the economy of the Province. ·

The Department has entered into a partnership with the SABC: a VTSD studio was launched at the SABCMahikeng precinct in February 2017. The studio will be equipped in a phased-in approach over the MTEF periodBuildings within Rustenburg Recreation Centre, MmabanaTaung and Klein Marico were converted into recording studios. These buildings will be fully equipped and functional music recording studios in the financial year 2017/18. Four more buildings have been identified across the four districts and a budget of R2 million has been set aside for these developments.

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During this financial year, R36,2millionhas been set aside for building of community libraries in Tshing; Stella; Reagile, Haartebeespoort, Tsetse and Redirile. The budget allocated for building projects also include the planning of new libraries in Ts w e l e l a n g , L e t h a b o n g , S o u t hya n d Dinokana. These projects will provide job opportunities for communities during the construction. The community libraries that have been opened employs at least five (5) people per library which include the Librarian, 2 Library Assistants, a cleaner and gardener.

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Government is hard at work dealing with the D-Account. The departments of CATA and Finance together with the Auditor General have joined hands to reach consensus and solutions on dealing with and accounting for the D-Account.

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The North West Initiation Schools Matters Bill was Gazetted in 2016 and will be enacted during the 2017/18 financial year.

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In the course of the current financial year, 54 Dikgosi will be given training in areas that include financial administration and management and ICT.


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Illegal gamblers lose R1M

NOTICE – DMR REF NO. FS 10356 EM RE: GRANTING OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL AUTHORISATION IN TERMS OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT ACT, 1998 (NEMA) AS AMENDED, AND THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT (EIA) REGULATIONS, 2014 FOR PROSPECTING FOR DIAMONDS ON THE REMAINDER OF THE FARM DAMPLAATS 319, SITUATED IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT OF BOSHOF, FREE STATE PROVINCE.

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In terms of regulation 4 (2) of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations of 2014, you are instructed to notify all registered interested and affected parties, in writing within 14 (Fourteen) calendar days, from the date of the department’s decision in respect of your application and the relevant provisions regarding the lodgement of an appeal must be provided for in terms of the National Appeal regulations of 2014. ACTIVITY GRANTED Activity 20– “Any activity including the operation of that activity which requires a prospecting right in terms of section 16 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002(Act No.28 of 2002), including associated infrastructure, structures and earthworks, directly related to prospecting of a mineral resource, including activities for which an exemption has been issued in terms of section 106 of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act, 2002(Act No. 28 of 2002)�. Should you wish to appeal any aspect of the decision, you must submit the appeal to the Minister of Environmental Affairs Attention: Directorate Appeals and Legal Review E-mail: appealsdirectorate@environment.gov.za Tel: (012) 399 9356 By post: Private Bag X447, Pretoria, 0001 A copy of the lodged appeal to the Department of Mineral Resources Attention: Regional Manager: Free State Region By E-mail: Mamokete.Mpatane@dmr.gov.za By post: Private Bag X33, Welkom, 9460 on or before 10 July 2017, and such appeal must be lodged as prescribed in by chapter 2 of the National Appeal regulations of 2014, by means of the methods as per prescribed below: For any other concerns regarding the project you are welcome to contact Engedi Minerals and Energy (Pty) Ltd: Physical address: 15 Barnes Street, Langebaan building, Bloemfontein, 9301 Email: info@engedime.com , Phone: 079 362 6046, Fax: 086 556 2568 If no correspondence is received from you within the stated period, it will be accepted that you have no objections against the proposed mining operation.

In unprecedented court proceedings several illegal gamblers have had their unlawfully obtained gambling ZLQQLQJVFRQÂżVFDWed and forfeited to the State. The unlawful winnings to the amount of approximately R1,250,000 were derived from illegal gambling activities VSHFLÂżFDOO\ RQOLQH gambling. The Minister of Trade and Industry, Dr Rob Davies has previously cautioned that online gambling is illegal and if South African citizens participate in online gambling and they win, their winnings are the proceeds of an illegal activity and they will therefore EH FRQÂżVFDWHG DQG forfeited to the state. The National Gambling Board is the national regulator in the gambling industry in South Africa and in terms of Section 16 of the National Gambling Act, 2004 is obliged to investigate the circumstances of illegal gambling activities including illegal online gambling. Upon determination of such illegal gambling activity, it applies to the high court for an order declaring that the unlawful winnings be forfeited to the state. Minister Davies has also expressed concern that online gambling could be utilised to launder money. It is on this basis that the banks continue to collaborate with the National Gambling Board WRFRQÂżVFDWHWKHXQlawful winnings. The public is hereby cautioned to be weary of online JDPEOLQJ RŕľľHULQJV as online gambling is illegal in South Africa, and thus anyone participating in any illegal online gambling activity would be unable to receive any winnings and would expose themselves to criminal prosecution. The NGB can be contacted on 0100033475 and for any further information at www.ngb. org.za. or go to the NGB at fraudalert@ ngb.org.za.


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Wolmaransstad maak skoonskip teen Zeerust Hoërskool Wolmaransstad se rugby het weer geblom tydens die rugbydag teen Hoërskool Zeerust. Die rugby het 'n belangrike wedstryd gehad, met Zeerust as die grootste kompetisie in die 1ste span en 0/15 ligas. Wollies het skoonskip gemaak met 'n kliniese vertoning in al 4 ouderdomsgroepe. Die 0/14's het 24-7 gewen. Die 0/15's het 'n hard wedstryd gespeel en 10-7 gewen. Hulle het ook nou die boonste plek op die punteleer ingeneem. Die 0/16's het met 'n goeie, af-

geronde vertoning 50-7 afgehandel met Zeerust. Die groot wedstryd was egter die eerstespan wedstryd. Die wenner sou nie net bo aan die punteleer eindig nie, maar kry ook die geleentheid om die Noordwes Middelskole Semi¿QDDODDQWHELHGZDWGLHVWH Junie plaasvind. Wollies het met 'n gemotiveerde en gedetermLQHHUGH YHUWRQLQJ RQJHORRÀLN mooi gespeel en die wedstryd 26-12 gewen. Drieë is gedruk deur Ofentse Bolao, Joshua Appelgryn, Eduan Marx en Philip Young. Johnré van Wyk het 3

verdoelings gesink. Wollies beleef 'n droom jaar. Daar is ook 10 seuns gekies vir die Luiperds Spanne. Kyle Scholtemeyer is gekies om die 0/16 Luiperds B-span te verteenwoordig. Eduan Marx, Johnré van Wyk en Pieter Visser is gekies vir die VKB 0/19 Luiperds Plattelandspan. Dehan van Zyl, Pieter Heymans, Bernard Fourie, Henru van Wyk, Malan /DEXVFKDJQHHQ)UDQFR%RVKR൵ is gekies om die VKB 0/16 Luiperds Plattelandspan te verteenwoordig.

FOTO: T.C. Pretorius dra die bal sterk op in hulle oorwinning van 27-12 teen Hoërskool Zeerust.

North West Province golf news The North West team for the Premier IPT was recently selected. The team are: Wade Jacobs, Zabastiaan de Jager, Andre van Dyk, (all Klerksdorp), Christiaan Burke, Riaan Swart, Christo Peens (all Potchefstroom), Doug McCabe, Theunie Bezuidenhout (all Rustenburg) whilst Peet van Schalkwyk will manage the team. Rustenburg won the overall North West Scratch league title, after a close battle between Klerksdorp and Potchefstroom who were runners up in the prestigious event. North West Junior golf produced a healthy result in the Quadrangular event held in Mpumalanga over the weekend. With the U/13 and U/17 bringing back silver medals, whilst the U/19, U/15 and girls teams were 3rd against the top class competition. Andre van Dyk and Christiaan Burke proved why they were selected for the North West Premier side after they demolished their opponent and made a full maximum of 6 points against opponents in the U/17 section. The players that made the most points in the other age groups included: U/13: Rorisang Nkosi, (Pecanwood 4½), Leonard Bevan (Leopard park 4); U/15: Jaco Anderson (Klerksdorp 3½), Remon Rabie (3½) and Lyle Pedro (3½); U/19: Waldo de Beer (Potchefstroom 4); Girls: Mandie Badenhorst (Klerksdorp 2). The players in the medal receiving groups included: U/17: Andre van Dyk, Thato Maichotlo (both Klerksdorp), Christiaan Burke, Charles Pieterse (both Potchefstroom), Marnus du Toit (Pecanwood), Stefan Kruger (Rustenburg) Stefano Marchetti (Leopard Park) Connor Williamson and Manager Charles Pieterse; U/13: Rorisang Nkosi (Pecanwood), Ockert Brits (Potchefstroom) Luc Gavagnin (Pecanwood), Leonard Bevan (Leopard Park) and Manager Leon Bevan. Events to follow are: 25 June - Magalies Park Junior Open; 9 July Pecanwood Open; 23 July - Rustenburg Open; 23 July - Seasons Junior Open; 19-20 July - Suncity U/13 & U/15.

Hoërskool Wolmaransstad se 1ste dogters tennisspan is vanjaar die 2de Liga wenners van die Klerksdorp streek. Hulle het op Vrydag , 9 Junie vir Wesvalia oortuigend met 5-2 geklop. Die Noordwes Uitspeelwedstryde vind gedurende die 3de skooltermyn plaas. Die span is: Nelrie Gagiano, Amoreen Oosthuizen, Liné du Preez en Tanya Whitehorn.

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