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Entrepreneurial vision Leburu wins award

‘I think the amount of money I won, is enough to start the project. I will be using bicycles and a scooter in the first eight months of the business until I start breaking through. I am going to use the money I won strictly on business.” – Faith Leburu

} Sidwell Guduka BARELY a year after starting her business, an entrepreneur from the Free State walked away with the enterPRIZE Job Creation Challenge award at a ceremony held at the President Hotel in Bloemfontein on Thursday night. Faith Leburu (24) of Bloemfontein received the award, together with a first-prize money reward of R125 000, after starting a company, Med-deliver, that will be specialising in delivering medication to government hospitals in an innovative way. “I feel really blessed to win the social enterprise category, because I am very passionate about helping society and also creating a sustainable enterprise. “That is why I decided to combine social factors into social entrepreneurship,” Leburu told Express. “I started the company knowing that it would be sustainable. “I do not want to depend on government or corporate funding. This is a self-sustaining project. “I am very happy that I won this award. I hope that from now on I am going to be changing lives, no matter how small the change, because it doesn’t matter how little can be done, every bit counts – especially when you work with society,” she said. Leburu said that through determination and hard work, small businesses can overcome the many obstacles faced in the initial stages.

WORTHY WINNER: Faith Leburu. “I think the amount of money I won, is enough to start the project. “I will be using bicycles and a scooter in the first eight months of the business until I start breaking through. “I am going to use the

Photo: Sidwell Guduka

money I won strictly on business.” The 2013 Free State enterPRIZE Job Creation Challenge, which was officially launched on 27 February by the International Labour Organisation (ILO) – in partnership

with the Flanders International Cooporation Agency (Fica), the Department of Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (Detea) and the Small Enterprise Development Agency

(Seda) – honoured 42 entrepreneurs in 14 different categories. Jens Dyring Christensen, ILO chief technical advisor, said: “One of the important means to address the very high levels of unemployment in the province is through the stimulation of entrepreneurship and innovation allowing potential and existing entrepreneurs to identify and exploit new market opportu- nities, thereby creating more economic growth. “We plan for this competition to become an annual event and that more entrepreneurs in the years to come will be inspired and challenged to find ways to create more jobs in the province.” According to the organisers of the event, 549 entries were received from Free State entrepreneurs. Some of the winners were from as far afield as Qwaqwa, Ficksburg, Kroonstad and Parys.

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Time for Spontaan Reporter SPONTAAN, Central South Africa’s favourite and biggest singing competition, is back. Come and pit your singing talents against the best in Central South Africa at the Diamond Pavilion Shopping Mall on Friday, 21 June. The auditions start at 14:00. The exact venue in the mall will be confirmed this week. Once again amazing prizes are up for grabs, so warm up those vocal chords in the meantime. Rules to compete in the competition: ) You must be 16 years or older on 1 July. ) For the regional competitions you can sing any song. However, the song has to be contemporary music (no rappers or hip hop artists). ) You are allowed to accompany yourself or use a backtrack. ) The competition is for soloists only. ) You must supply your own soundtracks and other equipment for the regional auditions yourself. ) Spontaan will supply the sound equipment for the final. ) The winner of each regional audition will be announced immediately after the audition. ) Judges reserve the right not to choose a regional winner. ) Should you be chosen as a regional finalist, you must prepare five songs for the final held in Bloemfontein at the Vryfees. ) Finalists must supply their own backtracks or accompaniment for the final. ) The final is on Saturday, 13 July, in Bloemfontein and if you are a finalist you must organise your own transport. ) No pre-registration is required. Simply arrive, pay R20 and register. ) Auditions will take place at the following: Kuruman: Thursday, 20 June. Time and pla-

Ready to serve new clients DIGNIFIED PROFESSIONALISM: The Molemela brothers Philemon (left) and Sello have opened an undertaking business in Bloemfontein’s new East-End industrial area. The brothers say they ensure the highest possible standards as they have to please their toughest critic, their father, Petrus ‘Whitehead’ Molemela. They have satellite offices at the Shell Garage in Rocklands, the Shell Garage in Phahameng and at the Molemela Hotel. Photo: Jabulani Dlamini

Show Show off off their their legal legal skill skill ce will be announced soon. Bloemfontein: Thursday, 13 June, at 17:00; Saturday, 15 June, at 09:00 and Saturday, 22 June, at 09:00. All at the Volksblad office. Welkom: Thursday, 13 June, at 13:00 at the Metro theatres in Stateway. Kroonstad: Tuesday, 18 June, at 14:00 at Table round 42’s club house. Bethlehem: Thursday, 6 June, at 14:00 at the Frontier Inn and Casino (Coachman’s Saloon).

Express’s Spontaan auditions are on 22 June at 09:00 at the Volksblad offices, 79 Nelson Mandela Drive, Bloemfontein.

Great prizes up for grabs THE following prizes can be won in this year’s Spontaan: ) SpecSavers: Eight pairs of Infinity sunglasses and eight vouchers worth R250 each. The total value is R5 200. ) Z PR Communications and Public Relations Consultants: A publicity and marketing contract valued at R5 000 for each finalist, including a consultation session with the Z PR team, a professional CV, the design of a CD cover and business cards, the design and writing of a professional profile, a Facebook profile and five press releases. The total value for al l of the finalists is R40 000. ) PwC: For the winner R1 000 in cash,

runner- up: R700 in cash and third place: R300 in cash. A total of R2 000. ) Atlantis Guest House: Accommodation to the value of R4 100. The winner, runner-up and third place will each receive three nights’ accommodation for two people including breakfast. ) PCB Productions: A photo shoot for the winner, runner-up and third place valued at R2 100. ) Absa: A R500 hamper for each finalist.

PALESA MOKOENA and Neo Mphuti, gr. 11 learners of the Kgola Thuto High School in Qwaqwa, won the Moot Court competition held on Saturday at the Free State High Court. The pair will represent the province at the competition’s national finals in August at the Constitutional Court in Pretoria. This competition, sponsored by the National Prosecuting Authority, is aimed at encouraging learners to become involved in the legal profession after finishing their school careers. Photo: Supplied

Motivating theatre visits Bfn ON Friday, 7 June, the Beauty Express, a mobile theatre that is touring Southern Africa will stop in Bloemfontein at the Kenworth Shopping Centre in Rocklands. Well-respected TV personality Noeleen Maholwana-Sangqu of 3 Talk fame, will be on board as the confidence ambassador and will give an inspirational talk to local women about achieving success through confidence. The Beauty Express, an Avroy Shlain Cosmetics initiative, has been on the road since 25 May, when it commenced

its trip in Cape Town. From Cape Town, it stopped at Worcester, George, Port Elizabeth, East London, Butterworth, Umtata and Port Shepstone. On Monday it stopped at Umlazi and Durban before moving on to Pietermaritzburg, Ladysmith, Qwaqwa and Maseru before entering the Free State. Noeleen and a team of Avroy Shlain consultants share their life and business lessons with thousands of women at each stop. After 40 successful years in business, the cosmetics company wants to give back to

the very people that have made it and its quality products what they are today. Celebrating consumers are invited to visit the Beauty Express that will be stationed at the Kenworth Shopping Centre from 11:00 to 13:00 where they can also receive makeovers and beauty advice. “We have signed Noeleen up as our confidence ambassador for 2013,” says Justin Hewett, Avroy Shlain Cosmetics managing director. “Noeleen epitomises the empowered, self-respecting and successful woman

that forms the backbone of our direct sales company. It is ‘get up and go women’ like Noeleen who are motivated by an entrepreneurial spirit, that have been enormously successful in making Avroy Shlain Cosmetics what it is today.” The selling of cosmetics is the tool, but the growth of people is the company’s objective, says Hewett. “Our vision over the past 40 years has been to empower thousands of women in Southern Africa by creating a quality range of skin care and beauty products that can be sold through a direct selling method where impressive earnings can be reached. “With the Beauty Express operational during our birthday celebrations, we will visit all quarters of South Africa and make people aware of what life changing opportunities Avroy Shlain offers.” After traversing all nine South African provinces as well as Gaborone, the Beauty Express will finally come to a halt back in Cape Town on Monday, June 24. Visit www.avroyshlain.com or www.facebook.com/AvroyShlainSouthernAfrica.


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Girls empowered to be leaders } Sidwell Guduka IN an effort to empower children, the office of the Public Protector in the Free State hosted 20 pupils from different schools in Mangaung, Bloemfontein, who on Thursday participated in the annual Cell C Take a Girl Child to Work Day Campaign where the aim was to empower these learners. The learners were of Tsoseletso High School, Kaelang Secondary School, Kagisho Comprehensive School and Hodisa Technical School. The event, initiated by the cellphone giant 11 years ago, aims to inspire girls through exposing them to a wide range of career opportunities. It also recognises the need to provide learners with the ideal opportunity to assist them in making informed decisions enabling them to become future leaders. The theme underlining this year’s campaign was Empower a Girl, Empower a Nation. “We are here to celebrate the day with the girls and to encourage them to be the best that they can be. “We feel that the girls’ life is very special to us. We believe that they are the future mothers of the nation. We also believe that by empowering them, we are empowering the nation,” Wiaan Vermaak, Cell C managing executive in the Central Region, told Express. “The campaign has been very successful over the years. We are extremely happy about the support we receive from the government, businesses and the public in general. The public is very

EMPOWERING GIRLS: From the left are, front: Letshego Motlhale (Kaelang Secondary), Pontsho Ranchone (Tsoseletso High), Portia Makhobokoane (Kagisho Comprehensive) and Mampho Mxhosana (Hodisa Technical); back: Jackie Nthingila, Free State provincial manager: Seda, Wiaan Vermaak, Cell C managing executive: Central Region, Paul Moeketsane, technical manager at Pacofs and Suné Griessel, Free State provincial representative for the Public Protector. Photo: Sidwell Guduka enthusiastic about the campaign. “Today we are well supported by the Public Protector, Pacofs and Seda, which represent local government. “We are very proud to partner with them in this specific event,” Vermaak said, adding that his company wanted to promote real learning in the country. As for the criteria they use to choose girls to participate

in the campaign, he explained that they went to local schools and selected girls who were available on the day. “These are usually gr. 11 and gr. 12 students we feel are going to enter the business sphere in a very short period of time,” he explained. Jackie Ntshingila, the Free State’s provincial manager of Seda, said: “As Seda we have been participating in the campaign for the past three

years. We did it with all the branches last year and it was very successful. “So when Cell C approached us to say they have this kind of thing happening in Bloemfontein today, we felt we better take it on with

them, because it is a great initiative. We really feel blessed to have been part of this, because when you educate a girl or empower her you definitely empower a nation. “It is so important to Seda to develop and empower all

girls in South Africa. “We believe that the Take a Girl Child to Work Campaign is one of those initiatives which are very critical in ensuring that girls become the leaders of tomorrow,” Ntshingila concluded.


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Sebedisa ka kelohloko SELEMONG sena sa 2013 rebona theko ya disebediswa tse ngata e le e hodimo ha holo. Ke kahoo re hlokang ho hlokomela hore re sebedisa dintho tseo re nang le tsona ka kelohloko. Theko ya dijo e se e phahame haholo. Ha barekisi ba entse theolelo ya dijo ha re sa bona phapang e kaalo. Re lokela ho sebedisa dijo ntle le tshenyo. Ha re etseng bonnete ba hore ha re rekile dijo re a dija di be di fele ho seke ha eba le dijo tse lahluwang mme ra senyehelwa ke tjhelete. Nka mohlala ka lofo ya bohobe, ha o bo rekile ka R8.50 mme lofo ena e nale di karoloana tse 20. Karoloana e le ngwe ya lofo ena ke R0.43. Jwale bala hore ha o lahlile di karoloana tse tharo tsa bohobe, o lahlile R1.29 (R0.43 x 3). Ha re e nthsitse (re e ja kantle) e be re fumana hore ha re kgone ho qeta dijo, ha re dinkeng mofaho re boele re dije hape lapeng. Le ha re le meketeng hare hopoleng hore dijo tseo di rekilwe ka tjhelete mme re seke ra senya. Ha e ba o motho ya sa jeng dijo tsa maobane tse robetseng, leka

hore o phehe dijo tse lekaneg ka nako eo hore hosane o seke wa lahla dijo. Ha re reka dijo re lokela ho leka horeka dijo tse theko e tlaase empa ele tse hantle. Ho ruta bana ho se senye dijo ke ntho eo re lokelang ho e etsa ka dinako tsohle. Mafura a makoloi a se a nyolohile haholo mme jwale le bo Raditekesi ba se ba nyolotse tjhelete e lefuwang ho palama tekesi. Batho ba sebedisang makoloi a bona ba tla lokela ho fumana mekgwa ya ho sebedisa makoloi eo e tlang ho thusa hore ba boloke thekong ya mafura. Theko ya motlakase le yona e hodimo. Mme barekisi ba motlakase ba ntse ba batla hore e nyolohe hape. Re lokela ho ithuta ho sebedisa motlakase ka tsela tse tlang ho etsa hore ha re rekile motlakase re kgone ho o sebedisa nakonyana e telele. Dinthong tse jwalo ka di phahlo, dieta, difanitjhara le di sebediswa tse ding tsa ka tlung re lokela ho di hlokomela re be re di lokise ha di senyehile hore re tle re di sebedise nako e teletsana, mme re reke tse

A re bueng Boitumelo Koma Auditing lecturer Dinthong tse jwalo ka di phahlo, dieta, difanitjhara le di sebediswa tse ding tsa ka tlung re lokela ho di hlokomela re be re di lokise ha di senyehile hore re tle re di sebedise nako e teletsana, mme re reke tse ntjha ha tlhloko e le teng e le kannete. ntjha ha tlhloko e le teng e le kannete. Hare hlokomeleng hape hore ha re lahle kapo hona ho siya tjentjhe ya di 10 sente kapo yona tjhelete e tlase ha re e fumana mabenkeleng. Nahana fela ha o siya 10 sente tsatsi le leng le le leng ha o reka mabenkeleng o la hlehelwa ke R36.50 ka selemo (R0.10 x 365). Ha e le ngwe 10 sente e lebeleha e se letho, empa ha o di kopanya e le tse ngata di na le boleng. Ha re hopoleng hore

theko ya dintho e nyoloha ho feta nyolelo ya meputso ya rona mesebetsing. E ka kgona hore re dule re ela hloko hore re sebedisa dintho tseo re di rekileng ka tjhelete ntle le tshenyo. *Mang kapa mang ya a batlang ho ngola kholomong ena, a ka ikopanya le Jabulani Dlamini ho 051-404-7910 kapa ho Jabulani.Dlamini@volksblad.com *Mongodi ha ana ho lefiwa

Bullet hits Bfn photographer } Sidwell Guduka A WELL-KNOWN Bloemfontein photographer was shot in the line of duty last week. Motshwari Mofokeng (25) of Freedom Square was injured after a Red Ants security guard had fired a INJURED: Motswari rubber bullet, which Mofokeng. hit Mofokeng below the right shoulder, on Wednesday. The incident occurred in the Johannesburg CBD while Mofokeng was covering an eviction of illegal residents living in a building once used as a factory in the city. “At first I thought it was a stone, but thought this was impossible because I was facing the Red Ants, not the demonstrators. After about five minutes I started feeling a lot of pain,” Mofokeng told Express. “The evictees were emotional because alternative arrangements for accommodation had not been made. But my pain was physical. I had been shot in the chest, but (even) before that, I had been slapped twice. The guard had walked away from me as the pain intensified,” he said. Johannesburg Central Police spokesperson, WO Qoli Mbele, said a case of attempted murder had been opened but the court had withdrawn charges against the 26-year-old suspect.


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The Gospel more than a story or doctrine } Elder Jonathan B Ndlovu WE do not have to go to the psychologist or the doctor or the scientist or sociologist to get the answer to the question: What is the Gospel? There is but one place to turn to – the Living Word of God, the Holy Bible. For I am not ashamed of the Gospel of Christ: for it is the Power of God unto salvation to every one who believes; to the Jew first, and also to the Greek (Rom. 1:16). Paul might have described the Gospel as being “Good News”, a “doctrine”, a “creed’ or “theory”

or a story or a number of other things, but He did not use any of these definitions. Instead, he declared it to be the “Power of God”. Psalm 62:11 says: I . . .have heard this that power belonged unto God. Let us hear another scripture:

“and she will bring forth a son, and thou shall call his name Jesus; for he shall save his people from their sins.” (Matt. 1:21). Scripture is to be compared with scripture. Truth once laid down in the Word of God, do not need to be repeated in just the same words again. Jesus is the heart of the Gospel and the power of God unto salvation from sin. The rest is but a theory, or a story, or a doctrine or such like. As power belongs to Christ (Ps. 62:11), He says: I and my Father are one. (John 10:30). They are associated on equal

terms. With this tremendous power it says: I was in the beginning with God. All things were made by Him, and with Him, this world was called into existence and which now is employed to save the repentant from sin. Therefore redemption is creation repeated “who are dead in trespasses and sins”. (Eph. 2:1) “and the man in Christ is a new creation.” (2 Cor. 5:17) When He created man in the beginning, it is said, and the Lord formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and

man became a living soul (Gen. 2:7). The Gospel is the way in which God exerts His power for salvation. Wherever the Gospel finds believing hearts, it is a divine power by which all the obstacles to man’s redemption are removed. Paul is stating a fact that he knows to be true from his own experience. He has felt this “Power of God” in his life. . . .for the preaching of the cross is to them that perish foolishness: but unto which are saved, it is the Power of God. (1 Cor. 1:48). ) Part two of this article will be published next week.

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I will not be a victim any longer GETTING into university was supposed to be my big break. It was supposed to be my only shot at success, or so I thought. Almost a year ago, on 28 June, this dream of success was shattered when I was raped. As usual, I took a taxi from downtown Bloemfontein to Brandwag. I sat in the front seat. I knew the driver and had spoken to him a couple of times. So when he asked me if I could go to Naval Hill with him because he wanted to fetch some people, I didn’t mind. He parked at an old building there and he started kissing me. I told him to stop or I would call the cops. I dialled 10111 and that’s when he got mad and threatened to break my phone. He told me to choose between walking back and sleeping with him. I

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Mpho Rape survivor

chose to walk. As I was about to get out of the car he pulled my weave and strangled me. I tried so hard to fight him off, but he overpowered me. He raped me and I let him get away with it. For months I pretended nothing had happened until I finally had the guts to tell someone. I missed a lot of classes and I failed. This year I was told to get my act together or leave the uni-

versity. So far I haven’t been able to improve my grades. So, I guess I’ll have to do the walk of shame next year. Ever since that day, my life has been turned upside down after I had been granted a bursary by the Free State Department of Education and lost it because I had failed. I used to think keeping quiet about the rape was going to make things easy for me. It hasn’t. I had an anxiety attack not so long ago. The stress is slowly tearing me apart. I have constant headaches and I can’t stop crying. To make things worse I have become so bitter and angry. If only I could do things differently I would give 100% in everything I do. I realise now that I have let that dog win and what tears me apart the most is the realisation that my grandmother

might never see me graduate from the University of the Free State. After all my hard work all my dreams might never come true. I allowed myself to be a victim. If I knew then what I know now, that what happened was not my fault and that he should pay for what he did, I would have reported the case. I can’t describe what I am going through. Only someone who has walked in my shoes will understand what it feels like. ) Mpho is a second-year Political Science student at the University of the Free State. After losing her bursary, her grandmother pays for her studies with her old-age grant. )To comment on this column visit our Facebook page at Facebook.com/express.news03

Look out for swindlers THE Department of Labour warns employers not to fall prey to criminals visiting businesses under the guise of being labour officials with the aim of swindling them. This comes after three individuals, two women and a man of Indian origin, were reported to be visiting employers in the Zastron and Wepener areas and threatened to close down businesses if employers did not buy their “labour legislation charts” such as the Basic Conditions of Employment Act (BCEA), Employment Equity Act (EEA) and Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA). “The Department of Labour does not sell any legislation or documents about labour laws to members of the public. “If employers need these documents, they should contact their nearest offices of the department. Employers should be wary of any person who visits their workplace

under the name of the department and demand some form of identification. For further confirmation an employer can call the office to verify if indeed the person works for the department,” said Marsha Bronkhorst, the chief director for provincial operations. There has been a string of reports around the province about individuals, some posing as labour inspectors, visiting workplaces conducting inspections or selling labour legislation with the aim of robbing unsuspecting employers. The Department of Labour inspectors are the only officials who are allowed to carry out labour inspections and will do so by prior arrangement. They will be able to identify themselves and they are never allowed to receive any money from employers. Any suspicious individual conduct should be reported to the South African Police Services (SAPS).


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Is project still viable? PETER FREWIN, Democratic Alliance member of the Free State legislature, writes: IT is of great concern to me that the building at the Gariep Dam Fish Breeding Project is still empty and that there is virtually no sign of activity here. This project has been in the making for years and has still not delivered on any jobs. I believe there is still a group of Chinese waiting here to show the people how to operate this station and that there are people from China waiting to fly

out to assist with this operation. How much longer must they wait? I would like to know what the current situation is regarding this project and will it be in operation? I am also interested in knowing how many people will be employed here and whether the project is still regarded as financially viable.

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THE seemingly empty fish breeding station at the Gariep Dam Fish Breeding Project. Photo: Supplied

THE Rainbow Nation is born. In the national spirit of reconciliation, Angela Cameron, a suburban mom, adopts Lindiwe Mlandu, a born-free orphan who loses her parents in the New South Africa. Fastforward to 2012, the year of the liberation-movement-nowruling-party’s centenary. It is Lindiwe’s matric year. Rainbow Scars is a powerful exploration of some of the complexities of contemporary South African relationships, layered with dollops of humour. Rainbow Scars will be on at the OFM Albert Wessels Auditorium on 9 and 10 July at 16:00 and 17:30 respectively. ) Express readers can win one of ten double tickets, courtesy of the Vryfestival, by answering this simple question: Name one of two dates when the play Rainbow Scars will be on at the OFM Albert Wessels Auditorium? SMS the keyword ‘Rainbow’, your name and surname and the answer to 45527. SMS’s charged at R1, 50 per SMS.

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Department refutes allegations about exam results IN response to various media reports on the delay in the release of Engineering Studies results, the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) wishes to rectify the misconceptions and incorrect facts being reported. The preliminary investigation into the Engineering Studies irregularities has identified 211 candidates linked to irregularities out of the total of 144 752 candidates who wrote the first

trimester examinations. The actions taken and delay in the release of Engineering Studies results were taken to protect the integrity of the national examination system, as well as the efforts of the 144 541 candidates who sat and wrote this examination and legitimacy of qualifications being awarded in the Further Education and Training (FET) sector. These actions by the department

shows the seriousness and relevance of the FET college sector within the postschool education and training system, and the role this sector has to play in providing the requisite skills required by the economy. It is therefore imperative that all stakeholders continue to work together and inspire confidence in a system that is designed to deliver the scarce skills needed by the economy and recognises FET

colleges as institutions of first choice particularly for young people. The position of the department is that no student should be denied access to academic programmes due to the delay in the release of results and similarly, those students who meet the financial and academic eligibility criteria for financial aid through NSFAS. Colleges have been assisting Engineering Studies students affected by the late release of results to register on the next level for trimester 2. The department is monitoring the registration of trimester 2 students and providing assistance where required. In relation to the alleged 25% downward adjustment, it is the responsibility of the department and Umalusi to accurately reflect the performance of each candidate and the department refutes allegations made in some media reports that there had been a 25% downward adjustment in the marks of students as a consequence of the reported irregularities. The department wishes to reiterate that it views these irregularities in a serious light and criminal in nature, and will do everything within its power to safeguard the integrity of the national examination system by holding individuals accountable and working closely with the South African Police Service (SAPS) to identify perpetrators. The DHET appeals to the public and students to actively contribute to its efforts to eradicate this scourge.

Part of games to find strongest FET teams MOTHEO FET COLLEGE STUDENTS participated in various sporting codes in the 2013 Ball Games hosted at Welkom High in Welkom on 25 May. The Motheo women’s soccer team were victorious after humiliating the Maluti FET College in the first game of the day. The boys’ soccer team were beaten by the Flavius Mareka FET College in the final. The rugby team went on to lose to Goldfields in a nasty rugby match. The chess team easily made their way to victory which saw four members out of six being selected to participate in the national tournament to be held in Limpopo later this year. Pictured are members of the Motheo FET College performing arts team who also took part in the activities. Photo: Supplied

AT the event were from the left, front: Gavin Grobler, manager Eiffel Corp, and Salathiel Molebeleli, manager e-Learning Motheo FET College, back: Brian Madalane, manager academic affairs, Clinton Walker, programme manager CAMI Education South Africa, Thandeka Mosholi, DCES: Curriculum FET colleges, Izak Smith, director of the Centre for e-Learning Cape Peninsula University of Technology, Wayne Loubser, regional sales director Eiffel Corp, Marian Theron, manager e-Learning False Bay FET College, Kobus van Wyk, head of e-Learning department at Mustek, and Malcom Seegers, head of the e-Learning department at Macmillan South Africa. Photo: Supplied

ID FOUND: Vuyane Warren Makandela is requested to fetch his identity document (ID) from the Express offices at 64 Henry Street, Bloemfontein. A reader found it and brought it to our offices.

Seminar a huge success THE second ICT E-Learning seminar, organised by Motheo FET College, with the theme Applying ICT as a tool to advance teaching and learning in FET Colleges recently took place. The keynote address was given by Troy Hector, acting managing executive: Telkom government business services, with the message the transition to virtual education.

The following topics were dealt with: Discover learning the digital way, Structure to create and deliver content on line, Technology as teaching and learning tool, Blackboard, Enriching the lecture and student experience through the use of eBooks, Enabling the “disabled” students through E-learning, ICT in Education, Academic support, How to ensure learner success and To “E” or not to “E”.

PASSPORT FOUND: Sekila Jacob Khoarai is requested to fetch his passport from the Express offices at 64 Henry Street, Bloemfontein.


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Soldiers hone their skills with exercise } Sidwell Guduka AS many as 75 soldiers participated in Exercise Chest of Steel Five in the Free State. The event was held at the Gen. De Wet Training Arena, De Brug, just outside Bloemfontein. It ran for two weeks. Lt Col William Jansen, the commanding officer of 1 SA Tank Regiment, said the scenario they used in the excercise was fictitious and was based on a certain country somewhere in Africa. “The Exercise Chest of Steel Five is a continuation excercise whereby we specially focus on the capabilities of the staff officers to do planning on the brigate level. It has been very successful in the past four years,” Jansen told Express. “This exercise is an initiative of the South African Armour Formation headquarters. “It is the fifth exercise that we are executing. We started off with the convertional scenario and gradually we reduced the convertional scenario to a peace-keeping scenario. “This particular Excercise Chest of Steel Five is based on peace enforcement, in UN terms a Chapter 7 mission,” he explained. “We have different levels whereby we do planning on a

LT COL WILLIAM JANSEN military strategic level, operational level, and obviously, on the tactical level. The brigade is currently on the tactical level where we do that planning.” Jansen said most of their members that participated in the Exercise Chest of Steel Five were learners on the reg-

imental commanders course. “We introduced soldiers to the new computers. We managed to use all the moves well. Specialists played a pivotal role in making this exercise a great success.” He further said that they did the command post exercises with the tank units.

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Bachelor: CBD, R215 000. 2 bedr, 1 bathr, lounge, kitchen: Willows, R415 000. Arboretum: 3 bedr, lounge, kitchen, 1 bath, 1 toilet, garage, R652 000. Contact Sam 073 897 3496.

ITC Clearance invites all insurance, loan, estate agents, vehicle dealers and furniture salespersons to partner with our company and earn extra income. We are a credit-repair company that CANCELS blacklisting, judgements, administration and does debt mediation. Call 051 430 3296. E-mail CV to myitcclearance@gmail.com

Laundry position: Lady with laundry experience able to work with customers, washing, ironing, etc. Salary R2 200 ENTREPRENEURS! Sell minigeza/hot water. SMS postal details to: 083 954 1910. Lindsay@intekom.co.za.

www.minigeza.com

Bongani Stephen Mwale contact Lorraine Botha at 051 522 6914/5/6.

Sermauid Mansion: R3 600 p.m. 2-bedroom flat, available 01/07/2013. Contact CMS 051 447 5508.

Too much debt and struggling to pay your bills? Let us reduce your payments immediately. Take home more money. Phone/SMS “Help” to

Willow Flair: Bachelor flat. R2 000. 1 June. Willow Flair: Two-bedroom, kitchen and bathroom. R3 000. Immediately. Call 079 527 0614 / 082 565 1333. www.3pd.co.za

073 236 2395 Maitland Street, next

Kraaines

Hustle Loans Do you need money?

R1000 - R35 000

Tel: 051 430 3145

4 garnisheed or blacklisted. Welcome. No ITC checks. Same-day payouts

Call or SMS to 072 448 8468

leaving for Durban on 3 July to 7 July 2013. We are expected to pay R1 500 for transport, hotel accommodation, including breakfast. For more

D'METRI MOTORS FSP 28260 Tel. 051 447 1400 / 051 430 1833 VISIT OUR WEBSITE www.dmetri.co.za We buy and sell quality used vehicles.

BILLY-20-6-07-EX-LH

Need cash or consolidation loans: R500 - R180 000. Garnisheed clients also welcome. Call Isaac: 082 695 7579.

from R500 – R10 000. ±15 minutes approval. Fax your salary advice and ID No to 051 448 7964 att: Billy or SMS your ID No to 083 662 3928 for approval.

Winners' Club here in Thaba Nchu. We will be

information please contact Joalane at 082 470 7399 or Tatu at 079 915 5440.

Loans

ALLBRIDGE CREDIT: BRIDGING CASH while waiting for PENSION/ PACKAGE pay-out? (Lump sum pay-out). Tel. 086 111 3609. Send a 'please call me': 073 609 9307

TABLE CHARM: You want to sell? Call 073 701 5214 or join us BFN 5 June, 13:00 - 17:00. 6 June, 08:00 - 12:00 at Captain DoRego's next to long-distance taxi rank. Welkom 11 June, 10:00 - 12:00 at KFC. Kroonstad 11 June, 14:00 - 16:00 at KFC. R10 for catalogue.

EXPERIENCED domestic workers/nannies WITH references needed in Bfn. NO SMSs OR Please Call Me's! Phone 083 444 7954 . Mo-Fr 08:00 - 16:00.

to Legit Store.

Best quality in second-hand furniture

33 Lombard St Hilton AND Sanlam Parkade Henry Street

Sermauid Mansion: R3 080 p.m. 1-bedroom flat, available 01/06/2013. Contact CMS 051 447 5508.

FUTURISTIC DEBT COUNSELLORS

KRAAINES/EX/14/02/07/ZW

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Bayswater: R7 250 p.m. 3bedroom house. Available 01/06/2013. Contact CMS 051 447 5508.

Pellissier: R2 750 p.m. 1-bedroom flat. Immediately available. Contact CMS 051 447 5508.

Sites: 1 in Vista Park, R280 000. 1 in Fauna: R270 000. Call Sam 073 897 3496.

20 people needed: Gr. 10, 11, 12. Call Vicky 076 403 7325.

Blomanda: R380 000. 2bedroom house with one bathroom. Call Chris 083 260 4050. Remax. Fauna: 3 bedr, dining, lounge, kitchen, 2 bathr, double garage. R700 000. Heidedal: 3 bedr, dining, lounge, kitchen, 2 bathr, carport. R760 000. Contact Marvin 082 976 9446.

Pro Construction needs an experienced TLB operator with valid driver's licence. Salary negotiable. Martin 081 560 3002 Prosperity Funeral Advisors, Free State Sales consultants funeral policies Be part of a dynamic sales force: Are you energetic, confident, a self-starter who enjoys challenges? Established market source in place. Full training given, previous sales experience an advantage. Minimum requirements: Matric. Generous commission basis.

Fax CV to 051 448 0982 Attention: Wynton Coetzee

Vacant sales positions available in Bloemfontein and Thaba Nchu. Starting package: R10 250 p.m. Travel allowance. Sales experience an advantage. For interview call 051 522 2237 during office hours: 08:00 - 15:30 or fax shortened CV to 086 562 8461.

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC Please take notice that Ntatalala Douglas Khwaza intends to make application to the Commissioner of the CIPC for the restoration of Thami Thamara Construction and Transport (2008/249937/23). Please take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of the CIPC within 30 days of the date of publication thereof. CIPC, PO Box 429, Pretoria 0001.

Vista Park: R598 000. 2 bedr, bathr, kitchen, lounge, carport. Rykmanshoogte: R700 000 4 bedr, 2 bathr, dining, TVroom, lounge, kitchen, tandem garage. Hilton: R651 000. 3 bedr (built-in cupboards), kitchen (built-in cupboards), lounge, dining, bathr, outside room with toilet, shower. Car shade for 2 cars, fenced. Call Sam 073 897 3496.

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Westdene: R680 000. 2 bedr, 2 bathr, lounge, dining, kitchen. Call Sam 073 897 3496.

HR MANAGER

SEEK, BUY, SELL

R2 500. E-mail CV to poollandcc@gmail.com

Min. 5 yr's HR Management exp. hanchen@fokuspersonnel.co .za

Please take notice that Rory Albert Ronald Talmage intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Quail House, 2004/013657/23. Take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 21 days of the date of the publication thereof. CIPC PO Box 429 Pretoria 0001


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122 FRANCES KEDIBONE PHOSHOKO NR 11975/2012 121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Michael Johannes Ludick intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Thepa Trading 601 2008/167085/23. Please take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 30 days of the date of the publication thereof, CIPC, PO Box 429, Pretoria 0001.

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Jacqueline Klopper intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration on Exprog Consultants, 1998/067258/23. Take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 21 days of the date of the publication thereof. CIPC PO Box 429 Pretoria 0001

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Androette Roberts intends to make an application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Pioen 1123, 2001/003045/07. Take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 21 days of the date of the publication thereof. CIPC PO Box 429 Pretoria 0001

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Leon Laubscher intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Copamax 2009/008872/07. Take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 21 days of the date of the publication thereof. CIPC PO Box 429 Pretoria 0001

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC Please take notice that SESHUPO ISAAC MOJAKISANE intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Mojakesane General Trading (2008/114843/23). Please take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 30 days of the date of the publication thereof, CIPC, PO Box 429, Pretoria 0001.

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Seshupo Isaac Mojakisane intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Mojakisane Motor Tune-Up Centre and Spares (2006/109992/23) Please take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 30 days of the date of the publication thereof, CIPC, PO Box 429, Pretoria 0001

121 APPLICATION TO THE COMMISSIONER OF CIPC

Please take notice that Abraham Moses intends to make application to the Commissioner of CIPC for the restoration of Sea of Mountains Trading 564 2008/200394/23. Please take further notice that any objection to the application must be lodged with the Commissioner of CIPC within 30 days of the date of the publication thereof, CIPC, PO Box 429, Pretoria 0001.

SEEK, BUY, SELL

ATTORNEYS/PROKUREURS

In the estate of the late Frances Kedibone Phoshoko nr. 11975/2012 of 1063 Kala Street, Bochabela, Bloemfontein, identity number: 651106 0537 081, unmarried, who passed away on 25 October 2012. Creditors and debtors in the above estate are hereby required to file their claims with and pay their debts to the undersigned within 30 days from date of publication hereof. Dated at Bloemfontein 27 May 2013. ASC DU PREEZ C/o McIntyre & Van der Post 12 Barnes Street Bloemfontein 9300

Central University of Technology, Free State (CUT) is one of the foremost higher education institutions in the heartland of South Africa, dedicated to quality education and training, mainly in science, engineering and technology. Over the past 30 years CUT has developed into a leading institution able to take its place in the national as well as the international higher education landscape.

The Council of CUT invites suitably qualified persons to apply for the following positions:

Division: Research and Innovation Department: Library and Information Services

Library Assistant: Electronic Resources and LIS-systems (Ref. 79) Junior Librarian: Short Loans (Ref. 233) Librarian: Electronic Resources and LIS-systems (Ref. 850) Junior Librarian: Inter-library Loans (Ref. 875) Secretary to the University Librarian (Ref. 885) Library Processing Assistant (Ref. 4545) Junior Library Assistant: Shelving (2 Posts) (Refs. 8000/8006) Division: Office of the DVC: Academic Department: Academic Planning

Secretary to the Director: Academic Planning (Ref. 267) Division: Resources and Operations Department: Finance

Supervisor: Assets Clerk: Asset Control Clerk: General Payments

(Ref. 187) (Ref. 4259) (Ref. 213)

For full details on the above positions, including minimum requirements, qualifications and experience, and to apply, please visit our website at www.cut.ac.za Closing date: 21 June 2013 www.cut.ac.za / Bloemfontein (051) 507-3911 / Welkom (057) 910-3500

Thinking Beyond www.humanjobs.co.za

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Marathon experience amazing } Rufus Botha DAVID KOLOANE, a wellknown former long-distance athlete from Bloemfontein and currently administrator and road race referee for Athletics Free State (AFS), scored a rare distinction on Sunday. Koloane was called up by the Comrades Marathon Association (CMA) to officiate at the 88th Comrades Marathon from Durban to Pietermaritzburg. The Comrades (86 km) is the biggest ultra-marathon in the world and more than 15 000 starters lined up to tackle this race. Koloane was not only called up as a referee, he did duty as referee for the first ten men (gold medallists) and that is something to write home about for his first outing as a Comrades referee. “Although I was nervous, it was one the most satisfying experiences of my life. “It was amazing to experience how people from a different culture, race and country could become comrades during the time they spent on the road and afterwards,” Koloane told Express after the race. He said he had been on duty at the start of the race to ensure that everything was ready for the frontrunners to start without any problems. “From there it was a drive to the finish where I had to ensure that the top ten guys were adhering to all the rules and regulations. “Runners in the race run and/or finish with different kinds of advertisement ban-

‘‘Although I was nervous, it was one the most satisfying experiences of my life. It was amazing to experience how people from a different culture, race and country could become comrades during the time they spent on the road and afterwards.” – Koloane. ners, of which some may offend other athletes, spectators and TV viewers. And this must be addressed. I’ll obviously discuss this in a post-race meeting. “I would suggest that no offending religious, cultural and/or political banners should be allowed at the race,” he added. Koloane is a former South African junior 3 000 m steeplechase champion and has been involved in athletics administration for more than a decade and a half. He possesses a level 2 technical official certificate and has been the manager of the Transnet relay team which won the prestigious JP Morgan Corporate Relay in New York several times, to mention only a few of this former Navalsig High School hostel head boy’s achievements. Koloane is currently employed by Transnet in their Human Resources Department.

DISTINCTION: David Koloane.

Photo: Rufus Botha

Chiefs fans gather to celebrate THE Kaizer Chiefs Supporters Club in Bloemfontein will gather at Nicky Ghetto’s Tavern in Mokgami Street, Rocklands, on Sun-

day at 10:00. The aim of this event is to celebrate the club’s success of winning the Absa Premiership and Nedbank Cup

titles. For full details, call Best on 078216-1286, Ghetto on 082-427-1174 or Joe on 083-316-1098.

Skilfully showing their potential for Ke Yona team BREAKING NEW GROUND: As part of their nationwide search for a football team consisting of 18 players, Nedbank conducted soccer trials at the Free State Stadium in Bloemfontein. The Ke Yona team will comprise everyday South Africans who will be trained by professional coaches to take on the winners of the 2013 Nedbank Cup. Photo: Sidwell Guduka

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