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verlede week op die voorgrond begin tree met die beskadiging van ‘n hoofwatertoevoerpypleiding deur die konstruksiemaatskappy, Light Fibre Infrastructure in die Savannah Mall-omgewing waartydens 2,7 megaliter water Na bl 2
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All in red. Economic Freedom Fighters (EFFs) took to the streets on Monday while Julius Malema appeared in court. Days earlier Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) members participated in countrywide action.
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A bus photographed by Mr William Thembo while stuck in his vehicle in Seshego’s Zone 3.
onday afternoon’s sudden rain storm saw the unfolding of dramatic scenes, resulting in the loss of life and in instances severe damage to structures in Polokwane and surrounds. Within half an hour the streets in the heart of the city were awash and turned into rivers that prevented traffic flow and caused deposits of debris. Outlying areas were equally hard hit. According to Seshego Police Spokesperson Mothemane Malefo an inquest docket has been opened after four-year-old Granny Ramokhufi allegedly drowned in a stream at Peter Nchabeleng village in the Mmotong wa Perikisi area. A preliminary assessment arising from disaster-related incidents in the areas of Polokwane, Seshego and Mmotong wa Perikisi released by Polokwane Municipality at the time of going to press reflected villages to the north west of the city being adversely affected. The figures showed that
112 dwellings in OR Mabotja/ Thambo, Mashemong, Peter Nchabeleng, Mokgokong, Lethuli, Zones 1, 2 and 6, Blood River, Khohloane and Grinaker suffered most. Elsewhere in Seshego severe damage was also caused to infrastructure. Information has since been pouring in from all corners with residents relating tales of being caught unawares when the heavens opened unannounced. Mr William Thembo, who was trapped in a hail burst in Seshego’s Zone 3 at around 17:00, said the storm raged on for an hour and a half. Confined to his vehicle, he photographed a bus that got stuck in a stream. From wide and far photos were received of the storm damage, including an image of a dam at Eerstegoud on the road to Mokopane that burst its wall. At the time of going to press a report was received from Rathu Farms in the Musina area that they have been hit by a tornado-like wind storm. The same entity was hit by devastating floods earlier this year.
A scene in Marshall Street captured by Mr Pieter van Eeden.
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The Kennedy, Scott, Losper and Jardine families would like to thank everyone for the messages, flowers, calls and prayers during this difficult time. Thank you to the medical staff who assisted and a special thanks to Dr mannie Kruger. The funeral will start at 08:00 on Saturday, 23 November from plot 2 Myngenoegen and proceed to the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Biccard Street for 09:00.
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Duisende liter water is Dinsdagmiddag vermors toe ‘n waterpyp op die hoek van Grobler- en Oosstraat gebars het.
Waterkrisis: Stad steier Van bl 1 (bykans 10% van die daaglikse toevoer) in stormwaterslote weggespoel het. Geen boete, hoe hoog ook al, kan op die korttermyn hiervoor vergoed nie – geld sit nie water in pype terug nie. Huishoudings, besighede en sommige skole was vir minstens drie dae sonder ‘n druppel water. Die omvang van die waterkrisis het egter duidelik na vore gekom na die storm wat Polokwane laat Maandagmiddag getref het. Modderwater het veroorsaak dat die Olifants Sand Waterskema wat 28 megaliter water per dag na die stad pomp, gesluit moes word. Die ou infrastruktuur is letterlik vrot en kan geen drukking hanteer nie. ‘n Hoofpyplyn het weer Dinsdagmiddag op die hoek van Grobler- en Ooststraat en Rissiken Hoogstraat gebars en weer is derduisende liter water daarmee heen. In ‘n mediakonferensie Dinsdag het die uitvoerende burgemeester, mnr Freddy Greaver, tesame met die munisipaliteit se waterdepartement en die bestuurspan van Lepelle Northern Water ‘n dringende beroep op inwoners gedoen om water te spaar. “Ons sit met ‘n krisis en dit gaan nie oor die vraag of jy water kan bekostig of nie, maar oor waterbesparing sodat almal dit kan benut,” het Greaver gesê en beklemtoon onder watter gewel-dige druk Polokwane se waterstelsel is. “Die Ebenezer Waterskema is verlede week deur weerlig getref, maar die probleem is binne etlike ure uitgesorteer. Verlede Dinsdag het Light Fibre Infrastructure die hoofpyplyn beskadig. Tydens reperasies het die pyp weer op twee plekke gebars en ons moes Lepelle Northern Water inroep om ‘n pyp vanaf Phalaborwa te laat kom. En nou die sluiting van die Olifants Sand Waterskema.” Hy sê Light Fibre Infrastructure het ingestem om alle koste vir die 2,7 megaliter water wat vermors is, te betaal. Die maatskappy het ook R150 000 aan die munisipaliteit se beursfonds geskenk en het gehelp om die pyp reg te maak. Die pyp is Saterdagmiddag finaal herstel en water is weer na die stad gepomp. Hy beskryf die skade aan die pyp as een van die stad se grootste krisisse sedert sy aanstelling as burgemeester drie jaar gelede. Greaver sê die Olifants Sand
Waterskema pomp slegs twee derdes van sy kapasiteit as gevolg die modder in die rivierwater wat deur swaar reën veroorsaak word. “Ons het geen aanduiding wanneer die skema weer sy volle kapasiteit kan pomp nie en doen ‘n ernstige beroep op inwoners om water te spaar. Ons het reeds baie water verloor en sukkel om die reservoir vol genoeg te kry sodat water voldoende druk het om na die hoogliggende dele van die stad te vloei. Inwoners moet ons kans gee om die reservoirs bo die 50% vlak te kry,” vra hy. Reservoirvlakke Reservoirvlakke is gister (Woensdag) gemeet met die 50 megaliter reservoir op 15% en die nuwe 30 megaliter reservoir op 14%. Die ou 30 megaliter reservoir het slegs 20% water, Potgieter reservoir 58% en die Seshego reservoir staan op 11%. Greaver het inwoners gewaarsku dat brandkrane op verskeie punte in die stad oopgemaak sal word sodra watervoorsiening terug na normaal keer om die lug uit die waterstelsel te laat. Munisipale woordvoerder, mnr Matshidiso Mothapo sê hy is bewus van die pype wat Dinsdagmiddag gebars het, maar het geen verdere inligting oor die voorvalle nie. “Ons erken dat die ou infrastruktuur die grootste bydraende faktor tot gebarste pype in die stad is. Ons het reeds verlede jaar met die program begin om ou asbeswaterpype in sekere dele van die stad met PVC-pype te vervang. Na swaar reën raak die drukking op pype te erg en dit bars.” Teen druktyd het hy gesê die reeks gebarste pype in die Capricorn-omgewing het daartoe gelei dat die gebied en dele van Faunapark nie voldoende watertoevoer het nie. ‘n Watertenk is op die hoek van Grobler- en Websterstraat geplaas. Pietersburg English Medium Primary School (Pemps) het Donderdag hul leerders huis toe gestuur omdat daar geen water by die skool was nie. Pietersburg Comprehensive School (PCS) se skoolhoof, me Denise Claassen het teen druktyd gesê hulle het ook nog nie water nie. “Iemand het water na die skool aangery. Die leerders kan water by die snoepie koop en ons het reeds water gekry om in die badkamers te gebruik. Die skool besit ‘n boorgat en watertenks en ons sal dié stelsel in orde kry vir tye soos dié,” sê sy.
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Goseame soon back on track Mariëtte Snyder >> firstname.lastname@example.org After months of uncertainty and widespread speculation regarding the wellknown fruit, vegetable, flower and meat market, Goseame Open Market, customers, employees and suppliers can rest assured that the business is on the fast track to being restored to the entity that was enjoyed by residents of the city. Mr Corrie Nel, an attorney from Corrie Nel & Kie Attorneys on behalf of the sellers, said in a press statement that following the sale of Goseame Open Market during June last year, there was some speculation about the future of this business. “The 2012 sale was a BEE-transaction. A part of the terms was that the original owners would remain involved in the business for twelve months, where after the transaction would be finalised at the end of July this year. Everything did not go according to plan and the financiers of the transaction, the National Empowerment Fund (NEF), had to intervene. Negotiations between the original owners and the NEF to rescue the transaction with the exclusion of the original purchaser were successful, with the result that it has now been finalised,” the statement read. Nel further stated that payment of the purchase price has been made to the original owners and that negotiations to involve some of the original owners in the future operation of the business are underway. Most of the impractical changes to the business during the past year have already been corrected and the business is on a fast track to being restored to the old ‘Goseame’. He said that customers and suppliers of the business can expect to receive the same level of service and quality products as they were used to in the past.
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wo regional structures of the African National Congress (ANC) in Limpopo are expected to stage re-runs of their elective conferences while another two are set to go to conference for the first time in due course. It was learnt that a second attempt at hosting a conference in Peter Mokaba region would automatically cancel a court interdict brought against the structure on Sunday in an attempt to halt conference processes that commenced on Friday. According to information the interdict originated with branches in the region dissatisfied with unfolding processes. It was learnt that the planned ANC conference in Mopani region could not proceed this past weekend as the structure was apparently not given the go ahead by ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe. At the same time the ANC in Vhembe region would need to host another conference while Waterberg region failed from the onset to go to conference, a source pointed out. The ANC in Peter MEC Mokaba region went to Lehlogonolo conference on Friday Masoga evening and by Saturday outside the evening the names of the venue where top five preferred candidelegates dates were announced. from African Roads and Transport National MEC Lehlogonolo Masoga Congress emerged uncontested (ANC) in as Regional Chairperson the Peter while votes for Solly Mokaba Rasefata secured him the region were position of Deputy Chair- busy voting person. Zebulon Mphofela for additionis the new Secretary, al members.
Simon Makosho his deputy and Elizabeth Kgatla the Treasurer. Sunday’s news of the interdict evidently caught party supporters in Peter Mokaba region by surprise. Late morning ANC Provincial Task Team (PTT) deployees convenor Elleck Nchabeleng informed the media during a short briefing that receipt of the court interdict served on the sixth Peter Mokaba Regional Conference was acknowledged and that their legal team was busy studying the interdict. Meanwhile conference proceeded as scheduled, he indicated. By late afternoon delegates were given the opportunity to still cast their votes for additional members on the regional executive before having to vacate the premises as it was made available to the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) for their night vigil before EFF Leader Julius Malema’s court appearance on Monday. The arrangement prevented the newly elected chair-
>> Peter Mokaba conference re-run to automatically cancel interdict >> Kgetjepe beats firm favourite Masemola by small margin person to render his closing address. A party insider pointed out that Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (Coghsta) MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe took the lead as Sekhukhune Regional Chairperson by beating Public Works MEC Dickson Masemola by a small margin over the weekend. According to information Masemola, a firm favourite for the position of party provincial chairperson and naturally future Premier of Limpopo, would give up his home region well knowing that he was assured of 100% support in Vhembe region. The new Deputy Chairperson in Sekhukhune Region is Sam Ramaila, the Secretary Jerry Maseko, his deputy Masela Tshehla and Treasurer Bella Kupa.
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African National Congress (ANC) Provincial Task Team member Elleck Nchabeleng (centre), ANC provincial spokesperson Sipho Dikgale (left) and ANC Peter Mokaba Conference Communications Team Convenor Pat Makape in conversation before a brief address to the media.
Self-relocation follows OBSERVER 5 interrupted Disteneng processes November 21, 2013
>> Refused to leave out of fear that someone would claim stands they were destined to occupy
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raving the scorching Limpopo sun the two women cut lonely figures against the backdrop of a bare Extension 78, where Tuesday afternoon activity was characterised by residents of Disteneng engaging in selfrelocation after processes of the local municipality were stopped on the weekend. The women, one a middle-aged granny with three dependents and the other a 48-year-old mother of four, refused to leave out of fear that someone would claim the stands they were determined to occupy once the material that constituted their current homes in the informal settlement on the other side of the double carriage way to Seshego arrived this weekend. By then they have sat in unbearable heat since 08:00, planning to leave again for Disteneng at 17:00 only to be back the next morning. Their resolution to take charge of a prolonged process was somewhat symbolic of the impatience on the side of members of a community desperate to escape factors like murder, rape, robbery, theft and then the petrol bombs everybody warns against. In the company of Mr Johannes Kobola, Secretary of the Disteneng Block Committee, Polokwane Observer met former and current residents of Disteneng who remained hell-bent on moving their homes to nearby Extension 78 themselves after the relocation process by Polokwane Municipality was interrupted on Saturday. According to Polokwane Municipality Communications and Marketing Manager Tidimalo Chuene the relocation to Extensions 106 and 78 was temporarily stopped after a text message to the phone of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs (Coghsta) MEC Ishmael Kgetjepe by Democratic Alliance Provincial Leader Jacques Smalle alleging forced removals without a court order on Saturday and concern expressed to Polokwane Executive Mayor Freddy Greaver during the weekend conference of the African National Congress (ANC) in Peter Mokaba region. Chuene added that the mayor would first want to engage all concerned parties before continuing with the relocation and could not provide a time frame for when it would resume. Kobola said after the process was stopped on the weekend community members took it upon themselves to rebuild his house at the junction of cross roads in the centre of Extension 78, a spot they chose for him as one of their leaders. He expressed the belief that God gave him that stand. He was adamant that he was not taking his shack back to where he came from. If the municipality in the end ruled that he was on the wrong stand he would simply move to the stand allocated to him, he conceded. Life on the other side of the road brought more bearable living conditions, including temporary sanitation and water to a less congested hotspot. On his doorstep a hole signified the spot for one of several temporary ablution arrangements that dotted the landscape. There were also enough taps, Kobola pointed out. Leaving behind the two women the opportunity presented itself to meet a mother of two who was positioned on a stone a few metres away while breastfeeding. She explained that she was awaiting the material for her home to be delivered from Disteneng. Opposite the gravel stretch Mr Jonathan Mudzuli and his wife, Violet, were occupied in putting up their shack of corrugated iron which they relocated themselves on Sunday. Where they barely had a perimeter around their shack back in Disteneng they now claimed ownership of a stand of 264m² in size, Kobola pointed out. Further up on the slope Ms Merriam Botabota exclaimed how happy she was to have been able to escape Disteneng that was hovering in the distance. Compared to her old house in Disteneng, the space offered by her new stand in Extension 78 heralded better living conditions. On her doorstep Mr Tumelo Ebert Muthubi was busy constructing an abode for his family. He reiterated concern expressed in interaction with anyone living in Disteneng; life there harbours the possibility of being killed without the slightest provocation.
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Two women guarding one of the two stands they have identified for future relocation of their dwellings from Disteneng.
Mr Tumelo Ebert Muthubi captured while busy constructing his house in Extension 78.
Mr Johannes Kobola, Secretary of the Disteneng Block Committee, against the backdrop of his dwelling which he said was moved by community members on Sunday after the relocation process was temporarily stopped.
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SALGA LIMPOPO PROVINCIAL MEMBERS ASSEMBLY TZANEEN DECLARATION
“Forward Planning for Local Government to Enhance Service Delivery” 23 to 25 October 2013 We, the representatives of municipalities across the Province, at the service of our communities, came together from 23 to 25 October 2013 in Tzaneen, Mopani District, on the occasion of the 2013 SALGA Limpopo Provincial Members Assembly: 1. Celebrating the dawn of the 20th Year of Freedom and Democracy and the introduction of a new legal spatial planning dispensation which provides for inclusive, developmental, equitable and efficient spatial planning and also commemorating the 100th year since the passing of the 1913 Land Act. 2. Confirming that the National Development Plan provides a critical role for local government to contribute towards the achievement of South Africa’s 2030 Vision; 3. Acknowledging that the practice of effective cooperative governance remains the most effective avenue through which all spheres of Government could promote freedom, human dignity, the achievement of equality and accelerated service delivery; 4. Acknowledging further that the Constitution provides for peaceful means of protest, be it in relation to concerns of service delivery, governance and/or demarcation processes; 5. Concerned by the dire need for municipalities to accelerate further the implementation of the Constitutional objects of local government; 6. Recognising the need to consolidate pockets of municipal excellence in the provision of democratic governance, clean audits, roll-out of municipal infrastructure and socio-economic development through a credible municipal barometer. 7. Considering that professionalisation of the local government sector is critical to the achievement of the Constitutional Objects of local government; 8. Inspired by the partnerships that we have forged, the marching orders by the Premier and MEC for CoGHSTA as well as the philosophy of forward planning for enhanced service delivery that we have adopted are: The Provincial Members Assembly makes a call for local government to strive to realise the following: • Ensure that we become well- governed municipalities; • Accelerate service delivery, ensure sustainable development and growth; • Define and conduct ourselves as Caring Municipalities; 9. In relation to our call for well governed municipalities, we undertake to: • Provide leadership and strategic direction to our municipalities in the effort to achieve an unqualified/clean audit. • Collaborate with CoGHSTA, Provincial Treasury and the Legislature to address the matter of collection of consmer and debts owed to municipalities and parastatals such as Water Boards and Eskom; • Implement the Local Government Professionalisation Framework as per the Plan developed; • Ensure that legislation identified to impede service delivery is addressed as a matter of urgency; • Separation of functions in local government and strengthening of municipal public accounts committees be actively promoted; • Improve relations with the provincial house of traditional leaders and expedite the issue of standardising benefits for traditional leaders participating in council. • Lobby for the total review of system of support for councillors with clear progress indicators. 10. In relation to our call for accelerated service delivery, sustainable development and growth, we undertake to: • Promote localisation of the National Development Plan within key municipal planning processes; • Ensure that implementation of SPLUMA is conducted
in phases, with close support from Department of Rural Development and Land Reform and COGHSTA, and take into account municipal capacity; • Conduct a 15-Year Review of the Implementation of Municipal LED strategies; • Build municipal capacity for Integrated Planning in Climate Change, Energy Conservation, Water Supply and Conversation as well as the Green Economy; • Ensure forward planning to improve Municipal Infrastructure Grant spending. • Advocate for speedier implementation of Municipal Roads Infrastructure Grant (MRIG); • Engage relevant stakeholders to support OLG position paper on alternative approach to electricity distribution industry paper; 11. In relation to our call for caring municipalities, we undertake to: • Enhance implementation of strategies and specific objectives of the SALGA Women’s Commission and to pursue much more strongly all the ethos of a caring municipality that takes special account of vulnerable groupings such as children, the elderly, and people living with disabilities; • Ensure that advocacy efforts of the SALGA Women Commission be promoted both locally and internationally; • Advocate for funding of local government’s planning and response to disaster and climate change; • Lobby for ringfencing of municipal health services funding through the creation of conditional grant for MHS. 12. Through this declaration, SALGA and stakeholder organisations, commit to: • Continue to lobby and advocate assertively on behalf of member municipalities on matters as raised through this historic 2013 SALGA Limpopo Provincial Members Assembly. • Support all preparations for the 2014 National and Provincial Elections and to mobilise all sectors of society, in particular youth, to participate in the said elections. • Build an effective Constitutional architecture for SALGA, including through the effective review of the Organised Local Government Act. 13. Members Assembly also supports “Shining Stars Matric Monday” and wishes all the matric learners all the best in their final exams; 14. Finally, the Provincial Members Assembly condemns all forms of violent protest in Malamulele which also resulted in damage to state and private property. And further calls on leadership of all sectors, that is political parties, traditional authorities; faith-based organisations, civic, non-governmental organisations as well as municipal councillors, to work together with government agencies such as the Municipal Demarcation Board and others to proactively resolve any challenge that might from time to time arise in any of communities that we serve.
Tzaneen, 25 October 2013 Cllr Mogobo Magabe Provincial Chairperson
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Limpopo Police impounded a bus travelling from Zimbabwe to South Africa on Tuesday at 01:30 after officers at the Beit Bridge border post discovered a stash of explosives hidden inside an overhead luggage compartment. Provincial Police Spokesperson, Brig Hangwani Mulaudzi said the stockpile consisted of 13 blasting cartridges and 13 connector cap fuses. “Not one of the passengers has taken responsibility for the explosives; however, as routine all the passengers are currently being questioned while their luggage is thoroughly searched. No formal arrest has been made yet,” he said. Mulaudzi said the explosives are similar to those found in Ms Elita Sibanda’s possession last month. Sibanda was arrested for being in possession of 26 plastic cartridges and 100 detonators while travelling on a bus from Zimbabwe to South Africa. She has been charged for unauthorised importation as well as supply or possession of an explosive or incendiary device or part thereof and was due to appear on the Musina Magistrate’s Court yesterday (Wednesday).
Theft and break-ins escalate in Westenburg
The Police in Westenburg warned residents of a new tendency in the area where thugs pretending to be job seekers move around the streets during daytime with the modus operandi to break into deserted houses. Westenburg Police Spokesperson, Capt Mohlaka Mashiane confirmed that several break-ins have been reported over the past week and with the Festive Season approaching and people going away on holiday things can only get worse. “We urge residents to engage with the sector Police to obtain safety measures when they are on holiday or even at work during the day. Residents can also arrange with them to patrol the area regularly,” he said. Mashiane also warned parents to educate their children about the dangers of open pits and rivers. “It is the rainy season and Monday’s heavy rain is proof that rivers can flood their banks in a matter of minutes. Children should refrain from playing next to rivers and avoid crossing rivers after heavy rain. We haven’t had any reported cases of drowning yet,” he said.
Man in Ladanna raakgery ‘n Man is Sondag omstreek 20:00 in Bulawayostraat, Ladanna deur ‘n motoris raakgery. Volgens ‘n ooggetuie het die bestuurder van ‘n Toyota Conquest, wat vermoedelik onder die invloed van alkohol was, ‘n voetganger naby die spoedwal raakgery. “Ons het dadelik die nooddienste ontbied. Terwyl nooddienspersoneel op die toneel besig was om die beseerde voetganger te stabiliseer, het die bestuurder se beweerde vriende opgedaag en ons het gesien hoe hulle ‘n koelhouer uit die kattebak haal. Die bestuurder het kort daarna in ‘n ander voertuig geklim en van die toneel gevlug,” sê die ooggetuie wat verkies om anoniem te bly. Westenburg polisiewoordvoerder, kapt Mohlaka Mashiane het die voorval bevestig en het gesê ‘n saak van roekelose en nalatige bestuur word ondersoek.
Storm beskadig kliniek ‘n Deel van die Mutale Health Centre in Vhembe se dak is Sondag tydens ‘n hewige storm deur sterk wind beskadig. Volgens die departement van gesondheid se woordvoerder, me Adele van der Linde is die dak van die badkamers, die tydelike kantore en die kraamsaal afgeruk. “Niemand is in die voorval beseer nie, maar die kliniek kan nou glad nie swanger pasiënte help nie. Hulle word na nabygeleë klinieke verwys en die wat ernstige hulp nodig het, is na die Donald Fraser Hospitaal in Sibasa verwys. Buitepasiënte word steeds by die kliniek gehelp,” sê sy. Die skade aan die gebou is nog nie bekend nie, maar Van der Linde sê die departement sal eersdaags met herstelwerk begin.
Ses verdagtes weer in hof Twee van die ses verdagtes wat van poging tot moord, verkragting, huisbraak en die besit van ‘n ongelisensieerde vuurwapen en ammunisie aangekla is nadat hulle na bewering in Junie verlede jaar twee meisies in DieMeerstraat oorval en verkrag het, is weer aangekeer nadat hulle versuim het om vroeër vanjaar vir hul hofverskyning op te daag. Mnre Frans Matekana en Lucky Mailula is ‘n week nadat hul foto’s in die media verskyn het, in hegtenis geneem. Matekana en Mailula sou na verwagting saam met hul medebeskuldigdes, mnre David Thole, Stanley Manephapephe, Benny Lenny Malatjie en Marlon Mabitsela gister (Woensdag) in die Seshego landdroshof op die aanklagte gepleit het.
November 21, 2013
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Mr Daniel Sello, who claims to be Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader Julius Malema’s father, with performer Bigg Dog on stage prior to Malema’s court appearance on Monday.
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conomic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader Julius Malema is not entertaining a plea bargain with the State because upholding his innocence is paramount. After Monday’s court appearance when the case was postponed to September next year his lawyer, Mr Tumi Mokwena told Polokwane Observer his client maintained his innocence. In the meantime Malema is expected back in court next Thursday for the outcome of representations to the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to have the charges against him dropped. Monday’s court proceedings were preceded by a wave of red berets sweeping through the city since the previous evening when they met for a night vigil. While his supporters congregated a block up from the court building in the main street from early Monday morning, Malema appeared before Mr Justice Moroa Tsoka for the case against him and two of his four co-accused, Messrs Lesiba Gwanga and Kagisho Dichabe, to be postponed to 30 September next year. The trial has been put on the roll until 31 October. Malema arrived at court after reportedly writing an exam paper towards a degree which he is currently studying for. Upon his exit from court Malema moved to an open lot opposite the Polokwane Police Station to address a crowd that grew in numbers since the arrival of the first toyi-toying contingent that painted Polokwane a customary EFF red. The contingent arrived in the central business district (CBD) from a venue on the outskirts of town where they had gathered the previous evening for a night vigil with a midnight address by
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Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Leader Julius Malema addresses waiting supporters after leaving court on Monday morning.
Malema on the programme. On Sunday evening it was learnt that they then undertook to picket at court throughout the initial expected two-week trial period. It was learnt that the supporter base did not only hail from Limpopo but also elsewhere in the country. On Monday the large crowd was entertained by performers and speakers. Among them was Mr Daniel Sello who, dressed in an outfit adorned with strips of animal skin, carried copies of the Bible and claimed that Malema was his last-born. Addressing his audience on Monday, Malema - dressed in a dark suit, white shirt and an EFF-red tie - said he did not take their support for granted and that it carried him through. He undertook to never betray his supporters and that he would never steal from them. “I don’t steal from the poor. My family doesn’t have a criminal record. I’m not going to be the black sheep of the family. They accused me because they are failing to match my thinking capacity.” He concluded by saying “Never be ashamed to wear a red beret.”
Official vehicle a write-off after accident
Warren Blunt >>firstname.lastname@example.org A traffic officer from the Limpopo Traffic Department is lucky to be alive after the official vehicle he was driving overturned at the corner of Grobler and Munnik streets last Thursday following a thunderstorm. An accident reconstruction expert, who was on the scene shortly afterwards, commented that the vehicle allegedly started aquaplaning due to excessive speed and the driver lost control with the result that the vehicle overturned and ended up on its roof. He added that the Photo: Supplied
The accident scene last Thursday after a traffic official from the Limpopo Traffic Department lost control of the vehicle on the wet road at the corner of Grobler and Munnik streets.
officer only had a minor injury to his head, and was lucky not to have suffered serious head and spinal injuries after the cabin of the light delivery vehicle was completely crushed in the incident. The Spokesperson for the Department of Roads and Transport, Mr Jimmy Machaka confirmed the accident last Thursday involving an official traffic department vehicle. He added that the accident is being investigated by the relevant authorities and they are awaiting the results of the report and whether the driver was on official duty when the accident occurred.
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Cosatu march diverts Polokwane traffic >> Demand to prevent public servants, families to conduct business with State >> Members of affiliates of trade federation join in what was part of countrywide campaign
YOLANDE NEL >>email@example.com A demand to prevent public service workers and representatives and their families from doing business with the State and its entities as a measure to curb fraud and corruption was one of 24 issues raised with Premier Stan Mathabatha when Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Provincial Secretary Dan Sebabi informed him of the contents of a memorandum handed over on behalf of 180 000 members in Limpopo during a march that diverted traffic in Polokwane’s Central Business District (CBD) for the better part of last Thursday. The Premier’s Office was the last stop on the route that started with copies of the
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On the back of a truck in the street that runs past Mowaneng, Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) Provincial Secretary Dan Sebabi improvises for Premier Stan Mathabatha to sign a copy of the memorandum.
memorandum first being handed to representatives of the Department of Transport, the South African Local Government Association (Salga) and Great North Transport (GNT). A copy of the memorandum to the Department of Labour was also dealt with at the Premier’s Office. The march saw some 3 000 members of affiliates of the trade federation joining in what was part of a countrywide campaign that ran from Tuesday to Thursday, making known Cosatu’s take on issues of concern. It followed a resolve by the eleventh national congress of Cosatu to embark on a radical programme of action
in support of workers’ legitimate demands. The national campaign focussed on eight demands entailing the scrapping of e-tolls and an end to the privatisation of roads, the provision of affordable, accessible and efficient public transport, bringing to end the apartheid spatial development by constructing houses close to workplaces, an urgent addressing of the crisis in the public health and education systems, a living wage for all workers with a statutory minimum wage, the banning of labour brokers and enforcing labour laws which safeguard decent working conditions and security of employment, the scrapping of the Employment Tax Incentive Bill and the ending of the scourge of corruption in the public and private sectors. The Limpopo memo further addressed, among others, the fight for the establishment of a labour court in the new court building in Polokwane, the outsourcing as well as privatisation, casualisation and agentisation of the state, the phasing out of shacks and the bucket system as well as awarding of title deeds before the 2014 elections, lifting of the moratorium on mining activities, the take-over of Kutama-Sinthumule private prison outside Makhado by the State and the review of market related residential rental rates with the view to have it reversed as per Public Service Act. The last demand was for the immediate payment of all outstanding benefits due to public service workers, including overtime and performance bonuses.
November 21, 2013
Marchers among the crowd that caused diversions in traffic patterns in Polokwane’s Central Business District (CBD) last Thursday.
Marchers engage in song outside the Premier’s Office, marking the end of their participation in mass action under the banner of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Limpopo.
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he Department of Health and Social Development has singled out the areas which impact heaviest on its core service delivery, as reflected by the negative audit outcomes it recently received from the AuditorGeneral, and intends to address these
and other areas in order not to repeat the negative audit results. MEC Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba, addressing a media interactive session on 14 November, said the department has made serious interventions since the outcomes were made known. She named the problem areas to include medicine supply, equipment, technology and infrastructure development and maintenance. She then highlighted the intervention initiatives that they have taken in the almost four months since she took over from her predecessor, Dikeledi Magadzi. These include addressing staff placement and training; appointing management staff; employing alternative procurement means to ensure adequate medicine and surgical
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The Polokwane Golf Club has been witness to many a strange thing in the past, yet the marriage proposal made on the 9th green last Saturday must have been one of the highlights. Frank Cato, in true gentlemanly fashion, asked Lizanne Ferreira to be his bride to which she said yes amid cheers from the clubhouse welcoming her to the fraternity of golfing widows.
consumables stock and reviewing existing contracts with a view of curbing financial irregularities. Letsatsi-Duba also revealed that several committees have been established to assist in efforts towards achieving the envisaged positive audit outcomes. These include a contract management committee; consequence management committee and audit steering committee. She further said that the department has, in keeping abreast with the fast paced information technology era, improved on the department’s information communications systems to ensure better response to patient complaints, improve patient turnaround in hospitals and clinics and maintain a better record and filing system.
Die misbruik van wat vir Christene heilig is – al weer! ‘n Brief is van dr Johann Ernst namens die NG Kerk se algemene sinode ontvang waarin hulle hul opinie lug oor die uitspraak van die sekretaris-generaal van die ANC. Die brief lui: “Gedurende die afgelope jare het die Christelike gemeenskap in Suid-Afrika sy afkeer oor die politieke leiers se misbruik van die Bybel en dit wat vir Christene heilig is, uitgespreek – veral in die tyd van die verkiesing. Die president het dit gedoen, en nou misbruik en degradeer die sekretaris-generaal van die ANC die heilige drie-eenheid tot ‘n metafoor vir ‘n politieke alliansie se gewin. Baie Christene is seergemaak deur die tipe godslastering en
Last chance to enter for Queen of the North Mariëtte Snyder >> firstname.lastname@example.org Entries for the prestigious Queen of the North pageant close today (Thursday) and those still planning to enter should hurry as this is an opportunity of a lifetime to become a star in the beauty industry. The crowning is set to take place at Mall of the North on Saturday, 23 November. The event is organised by Katryn Barwise, who is the owner of the Limpopo Beauty Modelling Academy, with Polokwane Observer as proud print
media sponsor. The project is aimed at giving girls in Limpopo the chance to become professional models. Prior to the event all entrants will receive a free modelling workshop to prepare them for the pageant,” Barwise said. The pageant is open to all girls in Limpopo especially those residing in the rural areas that seldom are given the opportunity to attend beauty pageants, she added. Together with this, winners will receive a one year modelling contract from the academy. Entries are R200 per person for age categories five to six, seven to
nine, ten to 12, 13 to 15 and 16 to 24 years. Deliver the entry form accompanied by a head and shoulder and full length photograph together with the proof of payment to the Mall of the North management offices or send an email to Barwise at limpopobeautymodeling@ gmail.com. The pageant will be held in the food court of the mall. For more information regarding the competition or to become involved as a sponsor, visit their webpage at www.limpopobeautymodeling.co.za or Facebook page at Limpopo Beauty Modeling Academy.
doen ‘n beroep op die regerende party om die tipe optrede ten sterkste te sensureer. ‘n Beroep word op alle Christene in ons land gedoen om sulke optrede teen te staan. Ander godsdiensgroepe word gevra om te help met hierdie tipe misbruik deur hul afkeur op die sterkste denkbare wyse, soos hulle mag goed vind, uit te spreek. Ons kan dink hoe ander godsdiensgroeperings sou voel indien hulle die tipe slegte godsdienstige behandeling moes ondergaan. Mag ons almal in die tyd van die naderende verkiesings die wysheid en die selfbeheersing vind om op so wyse op te tree wat ons land en geloof waardig is.”
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The Miss Limpopo/Teen 2014 finalists during their game drive in the Polokwane Game Reserve on Saturday.
Miss Lim/Teen finalists treated like true queens experience of which the finalists will treasure happy memories forever. They will definitely visit the park with their families in future,” one he Miss Limof the organisers, Ms Rene popo/Teen 2014 Kidd said. finalists had an The finalists will for the unforgettable weekend next few weeks attend when the organisers various workshops, photo accompanied them on and video sessions and a game drive through pampering sessions being the Polokwane Game held at various locations Reserve on Saturday. across the city before the Natures Way culmination of all events sponsored the trip that Miss Limpopo 2014 finalists Ntseselelo Mkanzi and Kholofelo when the crowning will was led by Ms Lauren Lekganyane with Ms Lauren Bronkhorst and Mr Ian Jordaan from take place at Bolivia Lodge Bronkhorst en Mr Ian Natures Way. at 17:00 on 7 December. Jordaan. The sponsors are Polokwane Observer as sole media Seeing giraffes and rhinos was a first for many of the sponsor, Bolivia Lodge, Natures Way, House of Asante, Face to contestants who described the outing as amazing and very Face, Woolworths Mall of the North, Pick n Pay Cycad Centre, educational. The girls were also extremely lucky to have Galito’s in Grobler Street, Nando’s, Mengouchi Haute Coutre, seen a massive python in the wild, a rare occurrence acLudu Mining, DNM Promotions, Nico Willoughby-Smith, Carol cording to Bronkhorst. Mokabaki, Fresh The Laundry, Limpopo Events, PricewaterA candlelit dinner was served under the trees and the girls houseCoopers, Elevating Minds, Vision Works, Ster-Kinekor had the opportunity to share their experience with each other. and Photo Style Studio. “Thank you to Natures Way for sponsoring this beautiful MARIËTTE SNYDER >> mariette.observer@ gmail.com
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ogalakwena Local Municipality was announced as the winner of the 2013 Provincial Greenest Municipality Competition last Thursday during an awards ceremony hosted by the Department of Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (Ledet). Their efforts were rewarded with a cash prize of R200 000, the honour of representing the province and a chance to walk away with the national title at the Greenest Municipality National Awards billed to be held next year. Ledet MEC, Mr Seaparo Sekoati said during the ceremony that they are proud of Mogalakwena Municipality for their contribution towards the environmental wellbeing of the various ecosystems in their area. “The competition is among the creative awareness enhancement ex-
Mogalakwena wins Greenest Muni award
ercises which ensure that municipalities gear up towards conducting their municipal and development affairs in a sustainable manner,” Sekoati said. He also added that the competition provides opportunities for building foundations between communities and the spheres of government. “The many areas of competition throughout the programme period provide municipalities time to showcase their potential capability to making use of their local resources to respond to challenges of development without compromising the interaction between said resources and key objectives of economic development,” Sekoati concluded. Mr Thabiso Montane, Technical
Services Portfolio Chairperson of the Mogalakwena Municipality said they are grateful to have won the award. “We work hard at our municipality. We take the green issues, programmes and projects seriously because through them we will be able to adapt to the global trends of sustainable development,” he said. The competition was contested by 25 local and the district municipalities in the province. Polokwane Municipality was the first runner up an rewarded with a certificate and R100 000. Thulamela Local Municipality received the R50 000 cash price and a certificate for attaining position three in the competition.
Correctional Services reach out to male employees HERBERT RACHUENE >>firstname.lastname@example.org The Department of Correctional Services has established a forum intended to give its male employees a platform to air some of the challenges they are confronted with at work daily. This announcement was made during the Correctional Services Men’s Indaba held in Polokwane on Tuesday. Addressing the audience consisting mostly of employees, Correctional Services Area Commissioner for Polokwane, Mr Kenneth Mothombeni said the forum will help men and enhance their image. “We want to empower men because we have realised they have not been given much attention lately. Everything is about women these days. This forum will enable our officials to talk about their problems and general issues that are affecting them. We are doing this because we believe
an empowered and a happy employee will be more efficient and productive at work and that is what we want,” Mothombeni said. The forum will consist of Correctional Services officials from Limpopo, North West and Mpumalanga Region.
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Mr Kenneth Mthombeni, Department of Correctional Services, Area Commissioner for Polokwane.
A New Jerusalem the road to bringing Hlungwani’s artworks back to the province has not been easy, and that they are glad that the MTN SA Foundation A retrospective exhibition of assisted towards this dream. “We Limpopo artist Jackson Hlungare proud to celebrate the art and wani’s work is set to take place life of this legend,” said Letsoalo at the Polokwane Art Museum Hlungwani is popularly rememfrom 29 November to 31 January bered for his most significant art2014 with 45 works of art that work, an Acropolis–like structure, will include unique documentary built on a hill at Mbhokota village, photographs, previously unseen 38 km from Makhado. Here Hlungby the public. wani found a hill with remains of The exhibition titled ‘A New Jerusalem’ aims to celebrate the old rock-wall structures left behind life of the great sculptor, preacher by people who had lived there and visionary who passed away many years before. On this site in 2010. “Hlungwani’s artworks he built ‘New Jerusalem, the new have a privileged position in the country home of God and Christ’, annals of South African art, yet where he coached his followers in his home province, Limpopo, about the Gospel, healed the sick relatively few have enjoyed access and taught sculpture, according to to his artworks and even less a information. comprehensive body of his works ‘A New Jerusalem’ will offer on display together. visitors some insight It is an honour to be into Hlungwani’s involved in this ambiphilosophy ingrained in tious project,” Mr Kusile wood. Viewers will see Mtunzi-Hairwadzi, how he was not only General Manager of the inspired by a Tsonga MTN SA Foundation carving and building said. The foundation tradition but how he funds an extended embraced a multitude period of curatorial of influences, including development of the Medieval, Romanesque, project, which was Oriental and traditional initiated in 2011 by the African art. For more museum, in partnerPHOTO: SUPPLIED information contact ship with Limpopo Arts A sculpture by Jack- Letsoalo at the Polokand Culture Association son Hlungwani that wane Art Museum on (Laca). Polokwane Art will be on display 015 290 2177 or visit Museum’s curator, Mr their website at www. during the exhibiAmos Letsoalo said that tion. polokwane.gov.za. MARIËTTE SNYDER >> email@example.com
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Ledet’s Ms Anemie de Klerk (General Manager Tourism and Environmental Services) and Mr Solly Kgopong, (Head of Department, far right) with representatives of Mokgalakwena Municipality, Ms Meriam Molala (Manager Community Development Services) and Mr Thabiso Montane (Technical Services Portfolio Chairperson).
Moontlike rugby-akademie vir stad ‘n besprekingspunt WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org Die Blou Bulle Rugby-unie (BBRU) Limpopo en CTU Training Solutions hou Woensdag (27 November) ‘n inligtingsessie om skoolverlater-rugbyspelers vir die 2014- rugbyseisoen te werf. Die Limpopo Blou Bulle het gedurende die 2013-seisoen vir die eerste keer in die Vodacombekerkompetisie deelgeneem en die o.19en o.21-spanne het hul goed van hul
taak in die Absa B-afdeling gekwyt. Die jong spanne het gedurende 2013 vanuit die Tuks Akademie aan die kompetisie deelgeneem en die BBRU Limpopo is tans met onderhandelinge met verskeie rolspelers besig vir die moontlike stigting van ‘n akademie in Polokwane. Gevorderde onderhandelings met CTU Training Solutions het gelei tot die besluit om CTU se kampus in Polokwane beskikbaar te stel om bekostige professionale kwalifikasies vir rugbyspelers aan te bied.
Die BBRU nooi alle ouers, skole en rugbyspelers wat skool verlaat het om meer uit te vind oor moontlike beurse met betrekking tot die vennootskap tussen die BBRU Limpopo en CTU Training Solutions en hoe dit spelers kan bevoordeel. Die inligtingsessie word by die nuwe Peter Mokaba Stadion Persteater aangebied en sal om 18:30 begin. Kontak die BBRU Limpopo adjunkpresident, Charles van Wyk by 076 127 2517 vir meer inligting.
CAPRICORN COLLEGE FOR FET 16 Market Street POLOKWANE 0699 Private Bag X9674 POLOKWANE 0700
ISO 9001:2008 Certificated CENTRAL OFFICE
Tel 015 291 3118 015 291 3115 Fax 015 291 2767 www.capricorncollege.co.za
The Capricorn College for FET invites tenders for the upgrading of fire hydrants and water reticulation in Seshego Campus – Phase II Project Name
Upgrading of fire hydrants, storm water and water reticulation at Seshego Campus - Phase II
Venue: 1919 Freedom Drive, Seshego Campus next to Entrance Gate Time: 10:00 Date: 27 November 2013
CIDB Grading (Main Contractor) 4CE or higher
Bid Document Price R300.00
Principal Agent Mr J. Steenkamp 015 291 5400
Client Representative Vicky Langa Noko Selolo Shirley Manyage 015 291 3118 015 291 3115
Bidders must be registered with the CIDB and should have a CIDB contractor grading as indicated on the table above. The 90/10 preferential point system as per Preferential Procurement Policy Frame Work Act 5/200 and bidders will be evaluated for functionality. Bid documents may be obtained as from Wednesday, 20 November 2013, Time: 08:00 to 15:00 at the Central Office, Capricorn College for FET, situated at 16 Market Street, Polokwane, on payment of non-refundable cash deposit of R300.00. A compulsory site briefing meeting with representatives of Capricorn College for FET and the Principal Agent will take place as per date and time stipulated on the table above. Only bidders who attended compulsory site briefing will be considered. Only one representative per company will be allowed to register on the site briefing register. Duly completed bid documents sealed in an envelope marked with “CCFET/2012/03A – UPGRADING OF FIRE HYDRANTS, STORM WATER AND WATER RETICULATION AT SESHEGO CAMPUS” must reach The Central Office of Capricorn FET College Bid Box at 16 Market Street Polokwane, not later than 11:00 on Wednesday, 11 December 2013. Telegraphic, telephonic, telex, facsimile e-mailed and late bids will not be accepted. The lowest or any bid may not necessarily be accepted. RG Ravhuanzwo SCM POLOKWANE CAMPUS Die Meer Street 0699, POLOKWANE Tel: 015 287 0400 | Fax: 015 287 0439
KR Madzhie CEO/Principal SENWABARWANA CAMPUS Senwabarwana Main Street 0790, SENWABARWANA Tel: 015 505 3172 | Fax: 015 505 3174
SESHEGO CAMPUS 1919 Freedom Drive 0742, SESHEGO Tel: 015 223 0006 | Fax: 015 223 5187
Aganang intends giving all households electricity by 2015 HERBERT RACHUENE >>email@example.com Aganang Local Municipality is determined to have electrified all of the 33 918 households in the area by the end of 2015. This according to Municipal Spokesperson, Mr Malesela Maubane who, on Tuesday, confirmed that it was the firm intention of the municipality to electrify the remaining 1 936 households while 31 982 households already have electricity in their homes. A recently issued statement by the municipality revealed that the municipality’s 104 villages, with the exception of Kloesdam village and extensions which are new settlements. “A total of 4 688 impoverished households who have access to electricity further benefit from the Free Basic Energy (FBE) scheme, as they receive free 50 kWh electricity tokens monthly. These are households who have an income of R0 to R3 200 and are listed on the Municipality’s Indigent Register. Households are urged
to collect their electricity tokens regularly,” the statement read. It further stated that the municipality’s budget for the 2010/2011 financial year made provision for Free Basic Alternative Energy (FBAE) to households without access to electricity. “When the programme started in 2010, there were 350 beneficiaries, but in the current financial year (2013/2014) only 250 households are benefitting, mainly due to strides made in electrifying of households. FBAE beneficiaries receive a starter gel stove and lamp, further receiving top up gel and oil for the lamps over 11 months,” it read. The statement further reads that that projects of electrifying 628 households in village extensions in the current financial year are at the design stage. “These extensions are in among other villages Kalkspruit, Mars, Diana, Jupiter, Sebora, Vlakfontein, Rametlwana, Mahoai, Lonsdale, Mabopane, Kordon and Monyoaneng.
Kersmark OBSERVER 13 beloof groter opwinding vanjaar
VF Plus-leier lig beseer na botsing
November 21, 2013
RC MYBURGH >>firstname.lastname@example.org Die provinsiale leier van die Vryheidsfront Plus (VF Plus), mnr Hannes Heyman was Saterdagaand op die N1 naby die Kranskop Toll Plaza in ‘n botsing betrokke maar het gelukkig slegs geringe nek- en rugbeserings opgedoen. Heyman is aan die einde van Oktober as provinsiale leier aangewys. Volgens sy vrou, Ria was hy na Polokwane onderweg toe ‘n motor van agter teen hom gebots het waarna sy (Heyman se) motor omgeslaan het. “Die persoon wat die botsing veroorsaak het, se motorband het met impak gebars. Omstanders wat my man gehelp het, het gesien hoe die persoon sy band vinnig omruil en die toneel verlaat, maar sy voertuig het by die tolhek die gees gegee en die polisie het hom vasgetrek,” sê sy. Heyman is dieselfde aand uit die hospitaal in Modimolle ontslaan.
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Die Vryheidsfront Plus se provinsiale leier, mnr Hannes Heyman kan homself gelukkig ag dat hy slegs geringe beserings tydens ‘n botsing op die N1-Suid opgedoen het.
Roads infrastructure projects to create job opportunities WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org Communities in the rural areas of Limpopo are expected to benefit from a R126 million Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP) road infrastructure project implemented by the Department of Roads and Transport (DRT) in five district municipalities in the province. The prime objective of the EPWP project is to provide road maintenance to the provincial roads infrastructure using labour intensive methods. The Spokesperson for DRT, Mr Jimmy Machaka said the projects will benefit 4 200 households belong-
ing to the poorest of the poor in seven municipalities in various districts in the province. These are Ba-Phalaborwa, Ephraim Mogale, Greater Giyani, Makhado, Thulamela, Thabazimbi and Polokwane. The handing over of the EPWP roads projects started in Thabazimbi last Friday and is expected to be completed by tomorrow (Friday). Machaka said the work on the various projects is expected to start on 1 December and will last for a period of twelve months. The MEC for DRT, Mr Lehlogonolo Masoga said: “It is from humble beginnings at local level that great things begin and great nations are built.”
ie unieke Kunsmark wat sedert 2001 by Pietersburg Laerskool aangebied word sowel as die Taberna Dei Kersmark wat twee jaar later op die been gebring is, is die bewys van twee vroue wat nie bang is om hul liefde vir alles wat mooi is, uit te leef en te deel nie. Mee Daleen Brönn en Elsabe du Preez werf kwaliteituitstallers met sorg op markte en feeste regoor Suid-Afrika om in Polokwane uit te stal. “Een van die groot uitdagings is om jaarliks nuwe produkte te verkoop wat tred hou met jongste tendense sodat die Kersmark nie stagneer nie. Beide markte het
al bekendheid onder uitstallers in ander provinsies verwerf en ons word met aansoeke oorval, maar moet sommige wegwys omdat ons beperkte spasie het.” Die opwinding is vanjaar groter omdat dit die mark se tiende bestaansjaar is. “Van 29 November tot 7 Desember kan besoekers uitsien na Kersgeskenke met ‘n verskil. Sowat 30 000 artikels word teen sakpaspryse verkoop. Maak seker dat jy nie vanjaar se mark misloop nie. Besoek gerus die teetuin wat allerlei etes en soetigheid verkoop.” Die Kersmark wat by die kerk op die hv Potgieter- en Jorissenstraat gehou word, is weeksdae van 10:00 tot 19:00 oop en van 09:00 tot 20:00 op Saterdae.
Van die items wat van 19 November tot 7 Desember by die Kersmark te koop sal wees. FOTO’S: VOORSIEN
November 21, 2013
14 OBSERVER polokwane
What’s UP DIARY OF EVENTS
23 November >> Die Vakansie- en Wegbreekklub vir afgetrede persone hou ‘n byeenkoms om 10:00 by Mall of the North waar bekostigbare vakansiegeleenthede bespreek word. Skakel Gerhard by 082 978 9636. 24 November >> Bikers That Care presents their fourth Limpopo North Toy Run at the go-cart track on the Silicon Road at 11:00. Contact Richard on 082 809 4813. 29 November >> Steve Hofmeyr tree by Bolivia Lodge op. Kaartjies is R100 vir volwassenes en R50 vir kinders. Kaartjies is by Nitruco Hardware in Cycad Centre te koop. Skakel 082 563 0189. 29 November tot 7 Desember >> Die opwindende jaarlikse Kersmark word by die AGS Taberna Dei Moederkampus, hv Jorissen- en Websterstraat aangebied. Die mark sal weeksdae van 10:00 tot 19:00 en Saterdae van 09:00 tot 20:00 oop wees. Skakel 082 650 8811 vir meer besonderhede. 29 November to 31 January >> A retrospective exhibition of Limpopo artist
Jackson Hlungwani’s work, including 45 works of art and unique documentary photographs is set to take place at the Polokwane Art Museum. Contact Amos Letsoalo at 015 290 2177 or visit their website at www.polokwane.gov.za for more information. 30 November >> Oom Karoolus en Lente se nuwe ‘Die Moewie’ word by die Gereformeerde Kerk, Pietersburg-Noord met ‘n vertoning om 10:00 en 15:00 bekendgestel. Kaartjies is R30 per persoon en is by Akademie Reformia te koop. Skakel 075 298 8145. 30 November >> The Raymond Shihawu Foundation, in collaboration with Beyond Entertainment Movement (BEM), hosts the first ever Limpopo Hip Hop Awards at the Library Gardens auditorium from 18:00. Contact Tlakale Mogowe on 083 574 6018 for more information. 30 November >> Ondersteun die Sisters and Brothers in Heels-projek ter bewusmaking van die geweld teen vroue en kinders deur sowat 4 km om die Peter Mokaba stadions te stap. Registrasie is R100 vir ‘n individuele inskrywing, R80 per persoon in ‘n span van tien of meer en R50 vir kinders ouer as twaalf. Skakel David Booth by 083 655 2678. 1 December >> Mina’s Art Café & Farm Venue celebrates the first anniversary of the very popular Neighbourhood Market that attracts hundreds of supporters. The market is open once every quarter of the year and aims at showcasing the best food and products as well as home crafted beers and cordials that the Magoebaskloof, Haenertsburg and Tzaneen area have on offer. Contact Denise Tooley on 083 980 8433 for more information.
CTU Graphic Design Expo Graphic Design students of CTU Training Solutions Polokwane Campus on Saturday participated in a Graphic Design Expo which afforded
them the opportunity to showcase the work they did during the year. The expo was open to different stakeholders as well as the general public.
Photo: Keshia Jansens van Rensburg
Photographed during the expo are Rianco Brits (front), Naadira Ibrahim, Malope Senyatsi, Senathi Kgoele, Mahlatse Monyela, Kate Mvulane, Bridget Molokomme, Lawarence Mokgawa, Ashleigh Pauls, Bernaolette Roux, Millsa Naidoo, Godwin Ledwaba and Leanie Toit.
Harmony Social Club reaches out to disabled children living with congenital illnesses. The centre depends on donations from different stakeholders for its day-to-day running. It has a staff component of 15 that provides care for the children. The Department of Health and Social Development assists them by sending physiotherapist and speech therapists to work with the children. According to another club member, Ms Beryl Mamabolo, the Seshego based, all female Harmony Social Club was founded 12 years ago and has 14 members, all of whom are passionate about charity work and improving the lives of others. They also reach out to old age homes and some members have adopted poor children in whose daily needs they provide. Mallela thanked the club for adopting Judy’s Paradise as one of their projects.
The Harmony Social Club this year observed Disability Month by reaching out to the disabled children of Judy’s Paradise – Home for Cerebral Palsied Children in Lebowakgomo. Club members led by Ms Mengy Motuku donated 600 disposable nappies to the centre last Sunday. Judy’s Paradise was founded by Ms Sara Mallela whose daughter has cerebral palsy. The centre presently accommodates 75 children
Ms Debbie Mouton, owner of Lu Bag and Debbie Mouton Jewellers shares some of her favourites with Polokwane Observer: Favourite holiday destination: Europe Favourite food: Oxtail Favourite expression: Be good, be safe and be careful Favourite mode of transport: Harley Davidson Favourite pastime: Spending time on my Harley Davidson
Members of Harmony Social Club and staff members of Judy’s Paradise - Home for Cerebral Palsied Children in Lebowakgomo during the club’s visit to the centre.
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Limpopo awaits 90 000 OBSERVER 15 visitors for the Festive Season November 21, 2013
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he MEC for Economic Development, Environment and Tourism (Ledet), Mr Seaparo Sekoati is optimistic that the projection of 90 000 visitors to the province is achievable during the coming Festive Season. Sekoati addressed the audience during the provincial launch of Ledet and the Limpopo Tourism Agency’s (LTA) Festive Campaign at Meropa Casino & Entertainment World last Friday. Last year during the Festive Season the province recorded 88 040 visitors who made
use of tourism establishments, facilities and products in the province. “We can surpass the number. Our province is on a continued path of maximising on our competitive advantage of our proximity to the Southern African Development Community (SADC ) countries to benefit and grow tourism in the province. Our competitive advantages comprise two transfrontier parks, the Great Mapungubwe Transfrontier Park bordering South Africa and Botswana and the Great Limpopo Transfrontier Park, bordering South Africa, Mozambique and Zimbabwe,” Sekoati elaborated. “We have so many things in the province that visitors can look forward to. The intro-
with tourism products which offer family recduction of Golf and Safari in the province is reational activities and facilities. another benefit to the tourism industry as it continues to draw a huge number of tourists LTA Spokesperson, Mr Mike Tauatsoala said to the province leisure and sport. We offer the the MEC will encourage tourism product ownbest birding experience in Southern Africa. ers to do more in ensuring that visitors have Inconceivable as it may sound, there is a place a memorable gateway which might result in where ordinary South Africans can still enjoy repeated visits and grow the economy of the optimal wildlife experiences at an affordable province and domestic arrival statistics. rate,” Sekoati said. LTA and Ledet will conduct road shows in all five districts Notice is hereby given in terms of the State Land Disposal Act and the Upgrading during the last week of the Land Tenure Rights Act, 112 of 1991 (as amended) of November when Description: The public meeting is for the passing of a community resolution for Sekoati will interact the use of the borrow pit in the Farm Schilderkrans No 1041 for road construction
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of the R71-1 from Polokwane (km 39.0) to Tzaneen (km 88.0). The road will be maintained and widened to improve commuter safety. These activities will mainly take place within the existing proclaimed road reserves. Minor realignments might be required in places to improve line of sight. Materials (rock, gravel and sand) will be sourced from existing and some new sources located along the route.
Photo: Herbert Rachuene
Mr Clifford Ngakane (Managing Director Meropa Casino & Entertainment World), Ms Stella Mathumbu (LTA Deputy Chairperson), Messrs Seaparo Sekoati (MEC for Ledet), Mr Mashilo Matsetela (Chairperson of Limpopo Tourism Agency Board), Ms Maphuti Maponya (LTA Board Member) and Mr Fixon Hlungwane (LTA acting Chief Executive Officer) during the launch of the Provincial Festive Campaign.
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MEC praises law enforcers for visibility RC Myburgh >>email@example.com The Provincial Police’s Festive Season When Duty Calls operation conducted in conjunction with the Department of Roads and Transport and the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has been in full swing since its launch in October. Road blocks similar to the one being conducted at the Lawton Street – N1 intersection will be carried out in the province until the end of January. Roads and Transport MEC, Mr Lehlogonolo Masoga has expressed his satisfaction with the increased traffic Police visibility on major roads across the province and especially their zero tolerance attitudes
towards road offenders. “This development will go a long way in demystifying a wrong perception that our officers only become visible during the Transport Month and Arrive Alive campaign periods. As we get closer to the Festive Season we call upon all road users to be vigilant, to obey the rules and help to save lives,” Masoga is quoted to have said in a recent press release. Lehlogonolo further advised motorists not to be tempted to offer bribes to traffic officials but to rather report officers who may solicit bribes from them. “Our determination to fight fraud and corruption within the traffic police force remains unshaken,” he said.
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Bolivia Lodge supports the SANBS PHOTO: SUPPLIED
A total of 13 units were donated when Bolivia Lodge held their first blood drive in aid of the South African National Blood Services (SANBS) on Monday. They will be hosting regular blood donation clinics in future and invite the public to support the initiative. Ms Hellen Mohami, assisted by Ms Rejoice Dube from the SANBS, donates blood while her colleague, Ms Tebogo Legodi, back, looks on.
Munisipale bestuurder staar misdaadklag in die gesig RC MYBURGH >>firstname.lastname@example.org Die burgerregte organisasie, AfriForum Mookgophong-tak het Dinsdag ‘n klag van rioolstorting by dié dorp se polisiestasie teen die munisipale bestuurder, mnr Peter Magwala gelê. “Rioolstorting is ŉ misdaad en AfriForum gaan nie toelaat dat munisipaliteite wetteloos optree nie. Ons het foto’s en briewe aan die munisipaliteit gestuur wat al jare van die probleem bewus is maar steeds nie opgelos is nie. Ons doen ŉ beroep op inwoners om rioollekkasies te identifiseer en kinders van die stortingsterreine weg te hou,” het AfriForum se organiseerder, mnr Morné Mostert gesê. Mostert het telefonies aan Polokwane Observer gesê watertoetse toon dat die Escherichia coli (E.coli)-vlakke een duisend keer hoër as die toegelate hoeveelheid is. “Mense se gesondheid en die natuurlike omgewing word ernstig hierdeur benadeel. Rioolstorting vind op verskeie plekke in die dorp plaas, maar die ergste geval is tussen die dorp en die informele nedersetting waar rou riool in die rigting van die dorp vloei.” Volgens Mostert is die munisipale bestuurder oorhoofs in beheer van alle sake binne die munisipaliteit en moet dus verantwoordelikheid aanvaar. “In 2008 het ons reeds klagtes by die munisipaliteit ingedien en die probleem het tot nou toe net vererger. Dit is tyd dat mense verantwoordelikheid vir probleme aanvaar. Ons omgewing is kosbaar en die gemeenskap sal alles doen om te verseker dat die probleem opgelos word,” het AfriForum takvoorsitter, mnr Phillip van Staden in ‘n persverklaring gesê. Hy het verder gesê dat AfriForum met verskeie waterverwante aksies teen die munisipaliteit besig is om die grondwetlike regte van die gemeenskap af te dwing. Magwala en die Mookgophong Munisipaliteit se kommunikasiedepartement kon nie vir kommentaar bereik word nie.
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Public Notice Polokwane Municipality External Bursary Opportunities for the 2014 Academic Year Polokwane Municipality hereby invites Grade 12 / 1st year university, university of technology, and FET students residing within Polokwane to apply for a bursary for the 2014 academic year for studies at a recognised/accredited public institution of higher learning within South Africa. NB: Learners with disability who meet the requirements are encouraged to apply. Fields of Study Preference shall be given to the following discipline: engineering, health sciences, accounting and SCM, but candidates from other disciplines are welcome to apply. Value of the bursary The bursary shall cover registration and tuition fees payable directly to the institution. Application forms will be made available at the HR: Skills Development and Training Section at Polokwane Municipality, Civic Centre, Office 903, Landdros Mare Street, Polokwane 0700 Closing date for applications: 13 December 2013 Should you not hear from this office by 14 January 2014 please accept that your application was unsuccessful. Should you have any enquiries, please contact the Training and Skills Development team on 015 290 2211/ 2344 ______________________________ T.C Mametja Municipal Mangaer
Feesseisoen @ Savannah Mall
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18 OBSERVER Festive Season @ Savannah Mall polokwane
Ultimate Festive Season shopping experience MARIËTTE SNYDER >> email@example.com
hat makes Savannah Mall the preferred shopping medium in Polokwane is the fact that they go out of their way to make shopping a memorable experience for the whole family. The mall boasts more parking space, a bigger variety of stores and more floor space than when it first opened its doors 17 years ago. A major revamp three years ago saw the total retail surface increased to house 105 shops and a R350 million banking mall added to ensure a spacious, modern environment for customers to do their banking. The mall is easily accessible with key stores close to the entrances, while their undercover parking is a breeze and makes popping in for a quick errand during lunch time extremely convenient. The long list of entertainment options offered by the mall ensures that clients visit their
favourite stores more often. These events include huge back-to-school promotions, charity events for the South African National Blood Service and the Cancer Association of South Africa. A matric farewell competition and glamorous fashion shows, science week for learners and health days in cooperation with Limpopo Mediclinic are some of the events attracting clients. Eateries, book stores, fun for the little ones and clothing and jewellery stores makes shopping at Savannah Mall a must for everyone. Ms Karen Botha, Marketing Manager at Savannah Mall says customers can look forward to four new stores opening soon. These stores include Lu Bag at entrance two, Old Mutual in the Banking Mall as well as Chisanyama and 1+1 Pizza at entrance four. Botha added that customers can also look forward to new and exciting tenants that will be occupying the space at entrance three. “We are currently in the process of finalising the documentation and as soon as everything is done, we will be able to give more information.” Botha would also like to wish all their customers a happy Festive Season and invites them to make use of their extended trading hours as from 1 December. The stores will be trading from 09:00 till 19:00 on weekdays, 09:00 till 17:00 on Saturdays and from 09:00 till 15:00 on Sundays. Be sure to join the 550 000 visitors that makes their way to the mall every month and be sure to keep your eyes peeled for the hundreds of specials, proudly brought to you by your favourite shopping outlet, Savannah Mall. PHOTO: MARIËTTE SNYDER
Marketing Manager at Savannah Mall, Ms Karen Botha and Assistant Marketing Manager, Ms Renneth Maluleke.
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The dedicated team of Vodacom Shop in Savannah Mall consists of Mss Kagisho Mokgotho (Data Specialist), Mary Malatji (Greeter), Faith Mabasa (Consultant), Messrs Thando Dube (consultant), Ludwig Heimerl (Manager), Ms Kim Marshall (Admin), Mr Imtiaz Paruk (Franchisee), consultants Mr Perie van Dyk, Mss Ennie Sebola, Paris Baloyi and Mr Samson Mokgokoloshi.
Vodacom is number one in Limpopo MARIËTTE SNYDER >> firstname.lastname@example.org The brand new, revamped Vodacom Shop in Savannah Mall celebrated their grand opening recently and was named the number one performing Vodacom store in Limpopo. They are home to equipment like data transfer machines and state-of-the-art laptops have been added to this ultra modern store situated next to Pick n Pay. Store Manager, Mr Ludwig Heimerl said with the new look their customers feel comfortable and has access to the latest technology available on the market. “Our customers come first. This is our starting point and we are proud of the good service we provide,” said Heimerl. Another added feature is the Live Unit Section showcasing some of the best and latest devices available in the country. It allows clients to experience a device and all its features before forking out their hard earned money. A self-service kiosk is also available in store for the purpose of conveniently checking your balance and any other account related queries. Heimerl added that they offer only the
best products, contracts, upgrades, insurance, accessories and airtime at the best available prices to suit every customer’s individual needs. They can also easily transfer all the data on your old device onto a new device. All cellular phone, equipment and data related queries are sorted out directly at the store. Heimerl invites customers to visit the store to acquaint themselves with the many devices on special. His personal choice is the Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini for only R299 per month for 24 months on the IN uChoose Flexi 200 plan. You get 1GB for three months. Another great deal is the Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 (P5200) 10.1 for R299 per month on Standard MyGig 1. This includes 1GB of data per month and a gift with your purchase. Contact the store on 015 296 3906/7 or visit them for more special deals or for help with your device. Heimerl and his staff wish all their clients a safe and happy Festive Season. “Enjoy your Festive Season and remember – we have all the goodies your loved ones would like to see under the Christmas tree,” Heimerl said.
Lu Bag – Your luggage companion now in Savannah Mall MARIËTTE SNYDER >> email@example.com
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The staff of the UFO outlet consist of Mss Johanna Sedibane (Sales Consultant), Shirley Pretorius (Administration), Messrs Johannes Kekana (General Assistant), Llewellyn Knight (Manager), Mss Chantelle Durrheim (Assistant Manager), Mpho Mashanzhe (Sales Consultant) and Mr Lesiba Makgeta (General Assistant).
Peaceful Festive Season from UFO MARIËTTE SNYDER >> firstname.lastname@example.org The United Furniture Outlets (UFO) store in Savannah Mall first opened its doors in July 2011 but because they are part of 20 stores nationwide, their outstanding reputation preceded them long before. They specialise in a wide range of local and imported household furniture supplied only by leading manufacturers. UFO’s product range and exclusive lines offer consumers product differentiation at affordable prices. These well-known brands include Restonic, Genessi, Simmons, Grafton Everest, Bella Ducci and Mario Cellini. Mr Llewellyn Knight, Manager at UFO Savannah Mall said UFO stands for ‘out of this world products at down to earth prices’ and that is exactly what they offer. They are proud to be one of the fastest growing independent furniture retailers in South Africa and are up to date with the latest trends in the industry. Knight sees himself as an interior decorator and, by personally visiting the homes of clients,
he offers that little bit extra to ensure that his clients get exactly what they need. “I assist any client with tips ranging from their choice of furniture to decorating their living space,” Knight explained. He is more than willing to share his extensive experience in the furniture industry to ensure customer satisfaction. UFO delivers in and around Limpopo and will do whatever it takes to get the customer what they require. Knight said at UFO they understand the value of a customer and pride themselves on providing customers with service excellence, a variety of high quality, value for money furniture and giving customers an unforgettable retail shopping experience. “You can be sure to find furniture for your living room, bedroom, dining room and even for outdoor areas. Visit us in the banking mall and feast your eyes on the stunning wall units, plasma stands, chairs, a wide range of home accessories and coffee tables,” he added. Knight and his staff would like to wish their customers a peaceful Festive Season and invite everyone to visit them for special deals.
Savannah Mall will become home to one of the city’s leading leather and luggage outlets when Lu Bag opens its doors in the mall in December. Ms Debbie Mouton, a well-known business woman in town and owner of Lu Bag in Mall of the North said by opening the 90 m² store on the upper level of Savannah Mall at entrance two, she affords clients the comfort of finding your ideal choice of luggage on your doorstep. They will stock leaders in the industry like Sissy Boy, Busby, Brando, Serenade, Samsonite, Polo, Cellini and Antler to name but a few. Mouton said when people think of a luggage store, the first thing that comes to mind is travelling. “At Lu Bag we offer so much more. We stock handbags, back-to-school needs, beautiful leather jackets and much more. Once you set foot in our store, you will find it impossible to leave,” said Mouton. Mouton explains that she opened the first Lu Bag store in 2008 in Standard Bank Square. She saw the opportunity of a lifetime when Mall of the North opened their doors to the public in 2011 and decided to move the existing store to Mall of the North where she will be able to serve more customers with exclusive and stunning pieces. She sees Lu Bag opening in Savannah Mall Some of the items that will be stocked at Lu Bag in Savannah Mall.
as a big step towards not only affording her loyal and trusted staff the opportunity to be promoted, but to carry on her good business name in Polokwane. She invites everyone not to miss out on the many opening specials and gifts with every purchase as the store will be open for Christmas shopping. “Be sure to visit the store that not only offers the best quality products in town, but who always puts their clients first, accommodating your every bag need. They also do repairs on any leather and luggage items at a fraction of the price. They will also order any item not on their shelves and their items has a 12 to 24 month warrantee and or guarantee as per the supplier’s specifications. Be sure to visit Lu Bag and be the first to buy quality items for your loved ones this year.
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Ms Debbie Mouton, owner of Lu Bag that will be opening their doors in Savannah Mall in December.
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knowledge in the business are unsurpassed. The company’s top four management team boasts a combined experience of over 120 years in the field. Their product range consists of UD Trucks - previously Nissan Diesel, Iveco, New Holland construction equipment, Dynapac-Road Construction and Afrit trailers. The Polokwane branch is a full franchise made up from sales, parts and a modern workshop. Other branches are in Middelburg, Steelpoort, Musina, Lephalale and Rosslyn. Visit BB Truck & Tractor at 33 Andalusiet Street in Ladine for expert service and advice on all your trucking and construction equipment needs. Or call them on 015 293 4000.
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The New Holland construction equipment that is available at BB Truck & Tractor in Polokwane.
Some of the UD trucks on display at the BB Truck & Tractor new product launch on Friday.
Mr Arnold du Plessis, CEO of the BB Group of Companies hands over a voucher for a threeday holiday at Mabalingwe to Ms Maralene Senekal from Limpopo Vervoer after the lucky draw on Friday.
Mr Piet Maré, BB Truck & Tractor Sales Executive with Mr Gideon van Zyl from Progress Milling and Mr Hennie Smith from Limpopo Equipment.
Mr Danie Senekal of Limpopo Vervoer receives the keys of the new range Iveco Stralis 480 Hiway from Mr Deon Steynberg, Sales Manager at BB Truck & Tractor.
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Business: United Furniture Outlets (UFO) What made you choose the furniture trade? >> I love selling all things beautiful What are the competitive advantages of your industry/business? >> Exclusivity and good value for money How do you live out your passion for your career? >> By seeing people happy after having turned their house into a home
Networking activities crucial to SME development and growth
>> Networking is one of the most useful ways for start-ups to build a business >> Fellow entrepreneurs can share valuable information
Martin Stavast, Area Manager for Business Partners Limited.
uilding relationships with the right individuals is key to the success of a business, due to the long lasting and powerful effect a favourable relationship can bring about. This is according to Marten Stavast, Business Partners Limited Area Manager, who says that networking is one of the most useful ways for startups to build a business and increase their profile in their respective industries. Stavast explains that for the self-employed, building long-lasting business relationships and partnerships is significantly more important than what most business owners believe. “When starting a new business, it can often feel like you have no time for anything, but entrepreneurs need to take a long-term approach and invest in networking and researching groups that might be relevant to their business. The strengthening of these relationships will potentially result in direct business referrals, as well as create a sustainable support network.” He says that creating channels to share business know-how is critical in helping business owners succeed and sharing business knowledge and experience contributes to the stability and growth of a growing SME. “Ensure that you get involved with business councils and other networking groups, as you’ll be able to ‘mingle’ with others going through the same process as you. Business owners may also find that fellow entrepreneurs can share valuable information on how they are going about building their business,” he advises. Stavast explains that as with other business activities, a strategy should be put
in place for networking as it is a business process like any other which should be attended to, but is often neglected. Stavast offers the following pointers to help business owners when it comes to networking activities: • Approach networking for what it is – a crucial business system like your accounting system, human resources system, or production system. It means that you have to spend some time thinking about it, working on it and maintaining it. • Define the business’s target groups – if you don’t, you’ll end up chasing your own tail. How widely your net is thrown depends on the business. For example, a tourism business may want to include an entire country’s networks and sectors such as travel agents, while a niche technology business may choose to start with a much narrower group of specialised suppliers, clients and business associates. • Networking only among industry peers is not wide enough. It is inadequate for a printing business, for example, to limit its networking only to the local printers association. Seek out clients and business opportunities upstream, downstream and adjacent to your sector. • Start with a list of people who are in your network already – your existing clients, suppliers and business associates, but be sure to add new people, or whole categories of people that you want to target. This is just the start a healthy business network has new contacts coming in all the time, as well
as having old ones removed as their relevance fades. You don’t need the latest customer relationship management software. These tools can be handy, but if money is tight you can effectively manage a large network with an ordinary spreadsheet using simple categorisation tools such as colour coding to prioritise contacts. Relationships take time to develop and are built on genuine interest and mutual benefit. The key is regular contact, but it does not have to be monotonous. Interactions can vary from a call to say thank you, to introducing a useful contact, sending an interesting article or referring a client (and even asking for advice is a good way to make someone feel important). Don’t leave these things to spontaneity - plan and schedule them. Clean up your contact list regularly, not only removing redundant entries, but reprioritising each contact so that you invest most of your time and energy in the most important ones. Internet-based social networking is important as a medium of contact, and be sure to maintain your presence on sites such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn as you would your appearance – neat and fresh. But you don’t have to “hang around” there. True business networking happens face to face. Think carefully about your business networking calendar so that you don’t waste your time attending events that yield little. But don’t be afraid to experiment to see which events work for you. Get out there!
Face of Savannah ’13 aangewys MARIËTTE SNYDER >> email@example.com Die elegante Face of Savannah 2013 is vir die derde agtereenvolgende jaar suksesvol by Savannah Mall aangebied. Die organiseerder, me Martina Pretorius het die kompetisie begin nadat sy besef het dat daar hope talent in Limpopo is met min geleenthede om voor ‘n gehoor op te tree. Die wenners in die verskeie kategorieë is met pryse ter waarde van R60 000 beloon wat
Die 18 tot 23 jaar-kategoriewenner is Caitlin Harty (middel) met eerste prinses, Ntsakisi Baloyi links en tweede prinses, Ilze-May Troskie. FOTO’S: VOORSIEN
Die wenner in die 12 tot 14 jaar-kategorie is Sithakgele Ledwaba (middel). Links is eerste prinses, Mar-Louise Fouche met tweede prinses, Phokeng Mphahlele regs.
Zelmari Bacher is as wenner in die 15 tot 17 jaar-kategorie aangewys. Eerste prinses, Chantenique Niemand is links en Tshegofatso Moloto is die tweede prinses.
Cerizna Janse Van Rensburg is as Face of Savannah 2013 se Mej Fotogenies aangewys.
tiaras, sertifikate, fotosessies en talle opwindende items insluit waarna deelnemers elke jaar met groot verwagting uitsien. Uitslae: 3 tot 5 jaar: wenner - Ashlee Weideman, eerste prinses-Anze Esterhuizen, tweede prinses - Tshiamo Magoro. 6 tot 8 jaar: wenner - Washu Hlebio, eerste prinses - Ashlee Rheeder, tweede prinses - Wilita Lee. 9 tot 11 jaar: wenner - Palesa Masimene, eerste prinses - Lesufi Naletsana, tweede prinses - Hope Mogoshoa. 12 tot 14 jaar: wenner - Sithakgele
Ledwaba, eerste prinses - Mar-Louise Fouche, tweede prinses - Phokeng Mphahlele. 15 tot 17 jaar: wenner - Zelmari Bacher, eerste prinses - Chantenique Niemand, tweede prinses Tshegofatso Moloto. 18 tot 23 jaar: wenner - Caitlin Harty, eerste prinses - Ntsakisi Baloyi, tweede prinses - Ilze-May Troskie. Mej Fotogenies 2013 is Cerizna Janse Van Rensburg. Plaaslike skoonheid, Franca Pretorius, Little Miss Nations 2010 en Little Miss South Africa 2012, het die pryse oorhandig.
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Die wenners in die 9 tot 11 jaar-kategorie glimlag breed. Links is tweede prinses, Hope Mogoshoa met Palesa Masimene, wenner en eerste prinses, Lesufi Naletsana.
Die 3 tot 5 jaar-kategoriewenner is Ashlee Weideman (middel), tweede prinses, Tshiamo Magoro is links en eerste prinses, Anze Esterhuizen regs. Saam met hulle is Franca Pretorius.
Die wenner van die 6 tot 8 jaar-kategorie is Washu Hlebio (middel) met eerste prinses, Ashlee Rheeder regs en Wilita Lee, tweede prinses.
THESE BIDS ARE SUBJECT TO THE, PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT POLICY FRAMEWORK ACT AND THE PREFERENTIAL PROCUREMENT REGULATIONS, 2011, AND THE GENERAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT (GCC) AND, IF APPLICABLE, ANY OTHER SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT. Bid No
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27/11/2013 at Old Council Chamber, first floor @ 10:00
10/12/2013 at Third Floor, Electrical Board Room @ 10:00
Mr A B Muller on 015 290 2077
The Municipality shall adjudicate and award bids in accordance with the B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution on an 80/20 point system, 80 points will be allocated for price and 20 points will be allocated for BBBEE Level of Contribution OR on 90/10 point system, 90 points for the price and 10 points for BBBEE Level of Contribution. Bid documents containing the Conditions of Bid and other requirements in terms of the Supply Chain Management Policy will be available for collection as from 26 November 2013 at the Polokwane Municipality - Cnr. Landdros Mare and Bodenstein streets, Civic Centre - Supply Chain Management Office, Ground Floor (Left hand side of the security reception) - Polokwane. Prior to collection of the bid documents, payment should be made at the Rates Hall which opens from 08:00 to 15:00 weekly from Monday to Friday. Bidders who do not attend compulsory site briefing will be disqualified. No late, faxed or telephonic bids will be accepted. Bids will remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days. The Council reserves the right to negotiate further conditions of the bid and other requirements of the bid with the successful bidder. Furthermore, Council is not compelled to accept the lowest or any bid. Completed bids documents, fully priced, fully signed, fully initialed on all pages and original documents attached must be submitted sealed in an envelope marked: “Bid Name, Bid Number and Bid Description” should be deposited in the Tender Box at the Polokwane Municipality - Cnr. Landdross Mare and Bodenstein streets, Civic Centre - Supply Chain Management Office, Ground Floor (Left hand side of the security reception) – Polokwane on or before the closing date. N.B: No bids will be considered from persons in the service of the State (As defined in Regulation 1 of the Local Government: Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations). MS T.C MAMETJA MUNICIPAL MANAGER
PUBLIC NOTICE REMOVAL OF ILLEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS Polokwane Local Municipality wishes to inform all the inhabitants of Polokwane that the Polokwane Municipality under case number 114/11/2009 obtained a Court Order in the Magistrate’s Court of the district of Polokwane during December 2009 in terms whereof the following were ordered: (a) That Polokwane Local Municipality is authorised and allowed to remove all illegal outdoor advertisements boards and signs in and around its Municipal Boundaries of the Polokwane Local Municipality. (b) Please therefore note that the Polokwane Local Municipality and/or their agents will as of 30 October 2013 proceed to remove all illegal outdoor advertisements which are in contravention of the aforementioned Court Order and/or the standard bylaw for the control of outdoor advertising in the Polokwane Local Municipal area. (c) You are therefore advised to remove all the illegal outdoor materials; failure to do that will result in following: Costs related to the removal will bear by the owner of those advertisements. Examples of illegal advertisements are: • Trailer advertisements that are not placed at demarcated areas • Advertisements that are attached to walls without consent from the Municipality • Painting of walls for third party advertisements • Illegally placed LED screens. • Banners on walls and fences.
For more information please contact: Mr Fanie Muleya or Edwin Shika on 015 290 2079 or 2121 email:firstname.lastname@example.org or edwinS@polokwane.gov.za. Office 139, Civic Centre. MS. TC MAMETJA MUNICIPAL MANAGER
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Eersteklas-presteerders van Noordskool
Desiree Buys is Noordjie van die jaar (meisie). Tyrique Kotze, hoofseun, is Noordjie van die jaar (seun). Fotos: VErskaF
eerders wat die afgelope jaar hard gewerk en uitstaande prestasies behaal het, is onlangs deur Laerskool Pietersburg-Noord Primary op akademiese-, kultuur- en sportgebied met trofeë en sertifikate beloon. Mnr Attie Visagie, skoolhoof het tydens die geleentheid aan die leerders gesê: “Baie geluk met julle toekennings en baie dankie vir die jaar se harde werk en toewyding. Julle is Noordskool se trots.”
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Giovana Kaba is die Graad 7-vakprys wenner. Engels, eerste addisionale taal, me Yvette de Wet en Ndzalama Lubisi, Engels huistaal.
Sheraline Serumula, Graad 7-vakprys wenner. Enkonomiese bestuurswetenskappe en mnr Pieter Theron.
Me Hannalie Snyman en Sheraline Serumula Graad 7 wat die beste in sosiale wetenskappe gevaar het.
Sportmeisie en -seun van die jaar. Remoneiloe Phasha, mnr Attie Visagie, skoolhoof en Ofentse Maybane.
Desiree Buys is die vakpryswenner in Afrikaans, eerste addisionele taal, me Daleen Visser en Giovana Kaba, Afrikaans, huistaal-pryswenner.
Akademiese presteerders in Graad 7 is Tshidi Mononyane, Tessy Maeteletsa, Sheraline Serumula, Remoneilae Phasha en Prudence Nhlapo. Agter is Desiree Buys, Ndzalama Lubisi, Mokubedi Selepe, Michelle Mensah, Jacques Kotza en Giovani Kaba.
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aerskool Ivypark het tydens hul onlangse prysuitdeling nie net die beste leerders op akademiese en sportgebiede aangewys nie, maar terselfdertyd hul nuwe leiers vir 2014 aangekondig. Die skoolhoof, mnr Jaap van der Westhuizen, het die leerders voorspoed vir die komende akademiese jaar toegewens.
Die toppresteerders in graad 3 is Koketso Maeko, Lethabo Ramolefo en Toko Rametse. Agter staan Lesedi Zungu, Kalisperi Naidoo en Ayesha Ally.
Dié graad 5 tot 7- leerders van Laerskool Ivypark het die beste presteer. Voor sit Phumelele Petje en Andriaan Henning. In die middel staan Nakedi Phalafala, Tlou Dinyake, Nicole van Aswegen en Tehila van Zyl. Agter is Mercy Mamabolo, Tebogo Motsopye, Ayisha Lajabu en Amaraah Mohammad.
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Die graad 4- toppresteerder is Kholi Ntike.
Die junior Victor Ludorum-atleet vir 2013 is Warren Rammutla.
Owethu Mlangeni is die junior Victrix Ludorum-atleet vir 2013.
Laerskool Ivypark se nuwe hoofleiers vir 2014 is Phutego Mahlatji (onderhoofmeisie), en Sarah-Lee Venter is die beste Michaela Partridge (hoofmeisie). Agter is tweetalige leerder van Laerskool Keanu de Waal (onderhoofseun) en Wouter Ivypark. Oosthuizen (hoofseun).
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GROOTSKOLE-KAMPIOENE WENNERS: BONDEDAG, LIMPOPO PROVINSIE, SUPER 12- EN ATKV APPLOUS-KOORKOMPETISIE LEERDERS WAT PROVINSIALE KLEURE VERWERF HET
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Kayla Janse van Vuuren.
Leanka de Jager.
Roean van Breda.
Leandré du Preez.
Ané van Dyk.
Lize van Ryneveld.
Bernardus de Villiers.
Louise van Rynveld.
Jürgen F. Von Houwald.
Taylor du Plessis.
Roelien van Breda.
Minette du Preez.
Franco du Plessis.
Dirk van der Merwe.
Jean-Claude de Beer.
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Osie-presteerders Laerskool Pietersburg-Oos se sport- en kultuurpresteerders is onlangs vir die afgelope jaar se harde werk en deursettingsvermoë vereer.
Oosskool se eerste krieketspan is Limpopo grootskole-wenners. Voor is Glen Groenewald, Christo Stears, MW Theunissen en Albert Wells. In die middel is Gunter Krüger, Jacques Vermaak, Dian Forrester en Henco Heslinga. Agter is Louis Nel, Ivan Reyneke, Gerhard Venter en Lohan Duvenhage. Saam met hulle is afrigter, Henry de Nysschen. Mede-afrigter, William Gadney was afwesig.
Jean-Pierre Viljoen is Osie van die Jaar, kultuur.
Chanté Ferreira, Sportster van die Jaar.
Die tweede krieketspan van Oosskool is trotse Limpopo grootskole-wenners. Voor is Brozzy Gallant, Bart Oerlemans, Dewan Jacobsz en André van Wyngaardt. In die middel is Kenneth Pelser, Tiaan de Jager, Henco Swart, GW Badenhorst. Agter is afrigter, Johan Bekker, Wian Krüger, Derik Joubert en Jan-Hendrik Botha.
Die Sportseun van die Jaar-trofee word deur Dian Forrester en Lohan Duvenhage gedeel. Lise Prinsloo is die Sportmeisie van die Jaar.
Dié leerders het in jukskei uitgeblink. Voor is Danel van Wyl (beste vordering) en Danielle Ray (Jukskeispeler van die Jaar, meisie). Agter is Henco Swart (Jukskeispeler van die Jaar, seun) en Jurgens Nel (beste vordering).
Oosskool se eerste hokkiespan het die hoogste doelgemiddeld. Hulle spog met 62 doele in ses wedstryde. Voor is Maricia Theunissen, Adri Lambrechts, afrigter en Leigh van der Merwe. In die tweede ry is Kyla Marx, Annelize Henning, Arina van der Goot en Delané Pretorius. In die derde ry is Chanté Ferreira, Ritasha Theunissen, Bernice Wagner en Elizabeth Venter. Agter is Lise Prinsloo, Emma Ströh en Chanté Horn.
Rochelle Meyer is die Laevlakruiter- en Ianté Kritzinger Hoëvlakruiter van die Jaar.
Dié Osie-swempresteerders is Yvette Louw, hoogste punte en Abigail de Jager, Swemmer van die Jaar, junior. Agter is Bernard Mentz, Swemmer van die Jaar, junior en Canseus Oosskool se Landlopers van die Saayman, hoog- Jaar is Marcelle de Jager en Morné ste punte. Henning.
Oosskool se leerders wat tydens die onlangse kultuurprysuitdeling as afdelingwenners aangewys is, is Wian Haasbroek, Carina Stears, Mienke Becker en Liana Swarts voor met Cara Coetzee en Chanté Horn agter.
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Graad 7-Osies groet na sewe aksiebelaaide jare Graad 7-leerders van Laerskool Pietersburg-Oos wat volgende jaar die hoërskool betree het besluit om ‘n ordentlike afskeid te hou na sewe suksesvolle laerskooljare. Die seuns en meisies het kragte op die netbalbaan gemeet. Vir groter opwinding het die onderwysers teen die skool se eerste netbalspan gespeel. Die leerkragte is egter stert tussen die bene huis toe gestuur toe die meisies hul op hul neuse laat kyk het.
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MEC for Health and Social Development, Ms Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba hands over the PCOB Local Business of the Year award to Ms René van der Merwe, Mall of the North Marketing Manager.
t came as no surprise when the Polokwane Chamber of Business (PCOB) named Mall of the North the Local Business of the Year during the chamber’s annual gala dinner held at Protea Hotel Ranch Resort on Thursday. The honour bestowed on the mall served as confirmation of the success it has attained in the first two and a half years of
its existence. The other nominees in the category were Fusion Boutique Hotel and KFC Jali Trading. Adding to the accolades was the nomination of the mall’s General Manager, Ms Ms Sumari de Ridder in the category for Corporate Manager of the Year where she went up against the winner, Mr Japie Brits from Mercurius Commercial and fellow nominee, Mr Vinodh Haripersad from Fusion Boutique Hotel.
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hree lions feasting on a carcass complemented the welcoming drink served at the Polokwane Chamber of Business (PCOB) Gala Dinner held on Thursday evening. The gala dinner was hosted at Protea Hotel Ranch Resort’s Bushwillow camp. The guests were treated to a five-star dinner and local businesses and business personalities acknowledged for their role in the economy of the city. Among the VIP guests were Polokwane Executive Mayor, Cllr Freddy Greaver and MEC for Health and Social Development, Ms Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba on behalf of Premier Stan Mathabatha. In her address Letsatsi-Duba emphasised that the corrupt activities in Limpopo is a
Mr Tom Shearer from Protea Hotel Ranch Resort was named Entrepreneur of the Year.
closed chapter and that business people deserve better treatment. “We will restore the dignity of the province and make it a one stop shopping destination. People will no longer have to leave the province to do their shopping,” she said. Letsatsi-Duba added that a deal between businesses and government is a deal with the people of Limpopo. “Rebuilding the province is in our hands. Follow us. Democracy cannot be sustained if you don’t register to vote. Make your mark to maintain what we started 20 years ago,” she concluded. PCOB President, Mr Percy Mongalo thanked the community for all the nominations received in order to announce the best performing businesses in Polokwane. “Business should be seen as an empowering tool and not a way to get exposure. It is not about who you are or who you know, it is
Young Entrepreneur of the Year, Mr Rendani Makhome from Tshete Holdings and Polokwane Chamber of Business (PCOB) President, Mr Percy Mongalo (left).
about the successful contribution to the local economy,” he said. The coveted PCOB awards went to Mathabata (Newsmaker of the Year), Messrs Japie Brits of Mercurius Commercial (Corporate Manager of the Year); Tom Shearer of Protea Hotel Ranch Resort (Entrepreneur of the Year); Labane Leballo of Lepelle Northern Water (Public Service Manager of the Year) and Mr Rendani Makhome from Tshete Holdings (Young Entrepreneur of the Year) and Tim Bourdillon from KFC Jali Trading (Business Personality of the Year). Mall of the North was named Local Business of the Year, Ms Mahadi Legodi of Twighlight Travelling proudly accepted the Women Entrepreneur of the Year award and the President’s Award went to Dendron Secondary School in Mogwadi.
Ms Maria Bongwe accepts the Women Entrepreneur of the Year award on behalf of Ms Mahadi Legodi, owner of Twilight Travel Agency. With her is PCOB President, Percy Mongalo.
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Mr Jaco Coetzee from Mercurius Motors accepts the Corporate Manager of the Year Award on behalf of Mr Japie Brits from Polokwane Chamber of Business President, Mr Percy Mongalo.
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Lepelle Northern Water takes award gala dinner
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Photos: RC Myburgh Polokwane Chamber of Business President, Mr Percy Mongalo hands Mr Phineas Legodi, acting Chief Executive Officer of Lepelle Northern Water the certificate of nomination in the category for Public Service Manager of the Year.
Mr Phineas Legodi, acting Chief Executive Officer of Lepelle Northern Water raises the board’s certificate of participation in the category for Public Service Manager of the Year
olokwane’s water supplier, Lepelle Northern Water cosponsored Thursday evening’s Polokwane Chamber of Business Gala Dinner, and is also the proud recipient of the Public Service Manager of the Year award. Mr Labane Leballo, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Lepelle Northern Water was nominated by the Polokwane community in this category and scooped the title from fellow nominees, Brig Thomas Shingange, Station Commander of the Polokwane Police and Mr Lucas Chuene, Principal of Capricorn High School. Leballo has vast experience in senior executive and business management; local government; programme management; community training development; technical operations and maintenance of waste and potable water systems and public private programmes. representing Leballo Mr Phinias Legodi, acting CEO of Lepelle Northern Water expressed his gratitude for the opportunity to be one of the main sponsors. “We are also happy to see that local business are doing business with us,” he said.
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he new Opel Astra sedan recently arrived in the city. To share in the excitement of a manufacturer that revitalises its brand by introducing dynamic new vehicles to the market, hurry to Westvaal Polokwane now to meet eye to eye with the new Astra. The Astra sedan has dynamic looks and it connects the driver to the road through great steering and a superb suspension. Responsive and efficient engines are added to the range which results in an exhilarating driving experience. The Opel Astra is here to stay as it offers a sporty hatchback as well as the newly launched sedan. If you need a vehicle with head turning stylish design, outstanding comfort equipment, exceptional driving dynamics, fuel efficient turbo and state of the art safety features the Astra sedan couldn’t have arrived any sooner. The range offers a 1,4 and 1,6 litre engine in either the Essentia or Cosmo model. The 1,4 Essentia is also available with automatic transmission. Both engines are equipped with a turbo resulting in the 1,4-litre to generate 103 kW of power and 200 Nm of torque while the 1,6-litre turbocharged Cosmo performs at 132 kW and 230 Nm. These two models respectively offer a combined fuel consumption
of 5,9 and 6,8 litres of fuel per 100 km. The Opel design team gave the new Astra a very stylish and sleek silhouette with gentle roofline arcs over the passenger area. It descends in a seamless sweep through the steeply raked rear screen to the sculpted aerodynamic lip at the end of the short rear deck. And because the raked C-pillar stretches so far back into the rear deck area, it visually conceals the size of the trunk in an elegant fashion. The feature line running through the door handles becomes more defined towards the rear, creating a muscular shoulder effect below the base of the C-pillar and the rear deck. PHOTO: INTERNET
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The design of the tail lights echoes those of other Astra models, and the subtle crease which links them adds width and avoids any impression of bulkiness. The exterior design is only a fraction of what Opel really wants to achieve with this new model as the interior tells a story of superb materials used to design a comfortable cabin filled with gadgets and safety features. Among others is the Astra’s offering of eighteen storage compartments which include door pockets front and rear with bottle holders, a driver’s storage bin, cup holders, a large glove box, and front and rear centre armrests with closed storage compartments. The Astra is not only equipped with
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fers big ground clearance which turns any gravel route into a tar surface. It creates an impression of smooth handling and constant steadiness on any road. A sunroof is optional to make a journey even more enjoyable by letting sunlight directly into the cabin to be in touch with nature all the time. No matter how rough the terrain on the outside, the interior continues to create a comfortable and safe environment. The interior is beautifully crafted with style, comfort and roominess. Soft touch surfaces, quality materials and perforated leather trim lay the
foundation for a premium look and feel. Both the centre and rear door armrests showcase a new cut-andsewn treatment. For the comfort and convenience of all passengers, automatic temperature control, power windows, power locks, power adjusting and heated foldaway exterior mirrors and cruise control are standard on the Compass. Under the hood is a powerful 2,0 â„“ four-cylinder engine with 115 kW and 190 Nm of torque. It is designed to deliver the capability of an SUV and the fuel efficiency of a compact car. It is able to achieve up to 7,6 litre per 100 km on an extra urban cycle. The engine is linked to the five speed manual gearbox which compliments a smooth ride with easy gearing. Visit Mercurius Motors at Motor City along Grobler Street to view the Jeep Compass.
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The new Jeep Compass is available from Mercurius Motors. The Compass is ideal to handle any situation to put it through. The Jeep Compass is equipped with a powerful yet fuel efficient 2,0 litre engine.
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ties on any given day. A reputable, good agent that specialises in the area that the buyer is interested in will have a wide variety of listings on their books, but will be able to narrow down the search and viewings based on the information and criteria that the buyer has provided them. Doing this will save the buyer massive amounts of time that would have been spent on viewing properties that don’t fit into their criteria. Goslett provided ways to keep tabs on the various properties that have been viewed in order to compare them: • Buyers should make notes on each and every property that is viewed. With today’s technology this can be done on an iPad, smartphone or the traditional pen and notebook. The pros and cons of each property should be logged, listing likes and dislikes and features, as it is easy to become confused as to which home offered which feature. • Most cell phones will have a camera so document the homes that are viewed. Use your cell phone to take photos of the inside and outside of the property. This is particularly important when you find aspects of a home that are especially appealing. • Only keep records of properties that you are really interested in. • If there is anything you are unsure of, talk to the agent who showed you the property. They will have a record of the homes that they have showed you and will have a list of each property’s features. Agents will know their listings and will be able to provide guidance through the often complex process of finding the right house.
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1. 3 Bedroomed flat (unit 2) with 1 bathroom. Available immediately. At 69 Doornkraal Street, Ladanna, Polokwane. R4,700 (excluding water & electricity) Contact: Terence on 015 298 8918 Joe on 082 202 4666 Mukwevho Properties CC 2. 3 Bedroomed flat with (unit 4) 1 bathroom. Available immediately. At 69 Doornkraal Street, Ladanna, Polokwane. R4,700 (excluding water & electricity) Contact: Terence on 015 298 8918 Joe on 082 202 4666 Mukwevho Properties CC 3. 2 Bedroomed house. Available from 1 November 2013. At 123 Bafana Street, Ivy Park, Polokwane. R3,000 (excluding water & electricity) Contact: Terence on 015 298 8918 Joe on 082 202 4666 Mukwevho Properties CC
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Chante Whelan is using her talent to benefit children.
“Se lebelele thoko”
KESHIA J V RENSBURG >> email@example.com Chante Whelan feels like the luckiest girl in the world after she was asked by Childline to write and perform the song for their campaign against child abuse, titled Don’t look away. This 16-year-old singer has been honing her talents from the tender age of three where she was often found in the kraal singing to the cows with a hairbrush as a microphone. “My love for singing has been constantly evolving through the years but it was only in 2012 that I started taking things more seriously,” she said. It was this year that Chante decided to get professional training, ensuring her passion could turn into more than just a hobby. She started taking singing lessons through the Rock Hard Music group, who with patience and perseverance turned her into a rising star and assisted her in completing the mammoth task of writing, performing and recording the song, ‘Se lebelele thoko’ which will from 22 November be known as Childline’s song against child abuse. The final step before the recording is completed is to add Jacob Zuma’s voice to the song. “We have contacted the President’s office and requested he say something inspiring and uplifting that we can add to the end of the song, accompanied by the melody we have already recorded,” she explained. This has definitely been a very lucky year for this high school learner who attends Hoërskool Pietersburg. Not only was she chosen to perform the song but she was also contacted by the entertainment department of Meropa Casino & Entertainment World to be the starting act for future shows and well-known artists they have lined up for 2014. The Suikerbos Orkes has also asked her to form a part of their shows and do a pre-show for all their planned events for 2014. This might sound overwhelming but there’s more. The organisers of the yearly music carnival held on the beaches of Kwazulu-Natal have invited Whelan to take part in their December line-up. If all goes according to plan, fans of Chante can see her in five years time performing on the Skouspel-stage with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. “My goal is to not only make it in the South African music industry but to spread my wings even further and tackle international stardom headon. I would love to make a name for myself in the international music industry singing pop songs and ballads. Nobody really ever dreams of being a highly successful karaoke star, I don’t want to sound like anybody or follow in someone else’s footsteps. I want to be a musician; a musician means so much more to the world than a singer,” she insisted.
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Koraal Dameskring is dankbaar vir Habby Centre se wolskenking vir hul beoogde breiprojek. Dameskringlede is mee Inge Smith, Helene Welman, Wilna Berti, Annie Jongbloed, Charlotte Joubert en Hanna Smit.
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1) STER PARK: R1 900 000.00 Ideal home for entertainers. Beautiful finishes, 3 living areas, 3 bedrooms, stunning modern kitchen, double garage. Outbuildings which can be converted into a flat. Excellent security. 2) PLOT ON PRETORIA ROAD: R2,900 000.00 1x4 bedroom house 2x3 bedroom houses 2x2 bedroom houses 2 Rondavels with communal kitchen and bathroom. 10 hectares. Beautiful bushveld area. 3) ELEGANT THATCHED ROOF RESIDENCE: R3 800 000 Prestigious property in Upper town nestled in a awesome landscaped garden. 3 Bedrooms, 3 living areas, 2½ bathrooms, double garage. Garden cottage and wonderful entertainment area. For the most discerning buyer!! FARMS / PLOTS FOR SALE
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1) 92ha IRRIGATION FARM: Close to Polokwane, enough water for ±10ha Price: R3 200 000.00 2) STER PARK: Situated in quiet area. 3 Living areas, study, beautiful kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, double garage, pool, braai, excellent entertainment area, landscaped garden. A stunning property! Price: R1 900 000.00 3) 622ha GAME FARM: Close to Polokwane, neat 4 Bedroom house, 2 chalets, pool, braai area, cold room, workers’ house etc. Price: R9 000 000.00
KONTAK STEPHEN - 082 558 3525 FARMS / PLOTS FOR SALE HOUSES: 1) 2 213m² CENTRAL TOWN: Zoned Res 3/14 units – R 3 500 000.00 2) CENTRAL MED NODE: Zoned Res 3/11 units (1665m²) 3) SILVERKRUIN: 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge/dining, kitchen, scullery, study, 2x garage, 2 carports, lapa and borehole. 4) VACANT STAND EDUAN PARK: R325 000 - 750m² 5) BENDOR – 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, swimming pool ect. 6) BENDOR – 8 Bedrooms, 7 bathrooms (executive property) PLOTS: 1) ROODEPOORT: 26 ha 2) HOUSE AT ARABIE (Boat optional) 3) LEEUKUIL 10 ha: Vacant plot. 4) N1 PRETORIA RD 8.5 ha FARMS: 1) LEGKRAAL: ± 380 ha Cattle farm 2) SHARE IN GAME FARM: WATERPOORT - On the Sand River. House - R500 000.00 3) STERKRIVIER 850ha. 4) MARKEN - CATTLE FARM 5 000 ha TO LET: RESIDENTIAL
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1) Beautiful Townhouse: Welgelegen: R6,900.00 - Immediately. 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, single garage, open-plan living area. 2) Rooms with bathroom: 53 Compensatie St: R2,415.00 - Immediately. 3) Ladanna Townhouses: Modern and newly built. Duplex 3 bedroom: R5 800.00 4) Old Flora Park: Open-plan, 3 bedroom home. R9 000.00 - 1 December. 5) Flat on Plot : 20 km from city: 2 Bedroom. R3 300.00 Immediately. 6) Beautiful 4 bedroom house on plot: 20 km from city with pool and electric fencing. Beautiful area. 1 Dec. R8 500.00 7) Uppertown: 3 Bedrooms PLUS bachelor flat. 1 Dec. R9 000.00 TO LET: INDUSTRIAL / INDUSTRIEëL
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Industrial: To let: 1) Laboria: 4,700m² yard with 2,400m² warehouse. (200m² - 400m²) 2) Prime industrial warehouse, 1200m² plus 200m² office on Dendron Road. 3) Industria: Next to NTK – Small workshop. 4) 320m² - 640m² - Close to SAB 5) Industrial stand: 1,2 ha, office, workshop etc. Excellent exposure and access. Office Space: 1) 430m² CBD with parking – Prime
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2 bed, 1 bath, 1 carport. R4 200.00 Avail IMM Atnet - Ladanna 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 carport. R4 000.00 Avail IMM Waterberry 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 carport. R6 600.00 Avail IMM Waterberry 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 garage. R7 000.00 Avail IMM Olive Grove 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 carport. R5 000.00 NEAT AS A PIN Avail IMM 4 Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Garages Ladanna 2 bed, 2 bed, 1 garage. R4 400.00 Secure estate close to various amenities. Spacious, neat with loads Avail IMM to offer. Phone to view. 2 bed, 2 bath, 1 carport. R4 389.00 WEB: 301 671 739 Ladanna Avail 01 Dec Jaun 083 312 5315 Marshall St 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 carport. R4 200.00 RE/MAX Northland Realty - Tel: 015 297 1863 Avail 01 Dec CBD 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 garage, R7 200.00 LADANNA R880 000 2 carport. Avail 01 Dec Ladanna 3 bed, 2 bath. R4 200.00 Avail 01 Dec Penina Park 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 garage. R4 800.00 Avail 01 Dec Hospital Park 1 bed, 1 bath, 1 carport. R3 300.00 Avail 01 Dec Ladanna 1 bed, 1 bath, 1 carport. R2 750.00 Avail 01 Dec Dorp St 2 bed, 1 bath, 1 garage. R4 000.00 TLC NEEDED Avail 01 Jan 3 Bedrooms 2 Bathrooms 2 Garages Flora Park 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 garage. R6 600.00 Fully fences 1423m² stand. Lounge, dining room, study, lapa and Avail IMM (HOUSE) staff room. Priced to sell today! Bendor 5 bed, 4 bath, 3 garage, R33 000.00 WEB: 301 657 869 5 carport, Gym. Avail IMM (HOUSE) Isobel 076 472 1833 Bendor 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 garage + R16 500.00 RE/MAX Northland Realty - Tel: 015 297 1863 2 bed flat, pool. Avail IMM (HOUSE) Dalmada 4 bed, 3 bath. R16 500.00 ANNADALE R720 000 Avail IMM (HOUSE) Broadlands 3 bed, 2 bath, 4 garage, R22 000.00 2 carport + flat. Avail IMM (HOUSE) CBD 4 bed, 2 bath. R8 800.00 Avail 01 Dec (HOUSE) Bendor 3 bed, 2 bath, 1 garage. R8 800.00 Avail 01 Dec (HOUSE) Braamweg 4 bed, 3 bath,2 garage. R14 630.00 Avail 01 Dec (HOUSE) Bendor 4 bed, 3 bath, 3 garage, R20 000.00 START HERE, INVESTORS WELCOME 5 carport + flat, pool, cinema. 2 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 1 Garage Avail 01 Jan (HOUSE) Great start for a young couple, well maintained townhouse to be proud of. Gen le Roux St 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 garage + pool. R9 500.00 WEB: 301 651 969 Avail 01 Jan (HOUSE) Kgosi 084 513 6434 Wilber St 3 bed, 2 bath,2 garage. R10 700.00 Avail 01 Jan (HOUSE) RE/MAX Northland Realty - Tel: 015 297 1863
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2 SMALLHOLDINGS FOR PRICE OF ONE 5 Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages Thatch roof, 500m² house, 4,4ha in total for two smallholdings, strong borehole and 2 lapas. WEB: 301 660 119
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A GREAT PROPERTY 5 Bedrooms 3½ Bathrooms 3 Garages Lots of space for a large family. There’s even a “Man-Cave”. Phone to view! WEB: 301 671 919
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November 21, 2013
Meropa steun Kansa se Cuppa for Cansa MARIËTTE SNYDER >> mariette.observer@ gmail.com Me Ria du Plessis van die Kankervereniging van Suid-Afrika (Kansa) het Donderdag werknemers van Meropa Casino & Entertainment World met kolwyntjies bederf terwyl belingrike inligting oor kanker met hulle gedeel is. Mnr Clifford Ngakane, algemene bestuurder van Meropa het ‘n tjek van R15 000 aan Kansa vir hul Cuppa for Cansaprojek oorhandig. Kansa het op hul beurt sertifikate van waardering aan Meropa oorhandig.
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Mnre Mothomoni Mapela (links) en Clifford Ngakane van Meropa Casino & Entertainment World ontvang sertifikate van waardering van me Ria du Plessis van Kansa vir hul ondersteuning met die Cuppa for Cansa-projek.
Transport Month to continue into Festive Season WARREN BLUNT >>email@example.com With the conclusion of National Transport Month in October, the Limpopo Department of Roads and Transport (DRT) has released figures regarding operations that took place in the province during October. A total of 32 roadblocks were held in October with 8 816 vehicles inspected during this period and 865 drivers arrested for outstanding warrants. Another 156 public transport operations were conducted in which 101 810 heavy motor vehicles was screened, with a total of 46 795 weighed for overloading and 697 vehicles issued with fines for overloading, according to the Head of Communications for the DRT, Mr Jimmy Machaka. The figures also revealed that 254 vehicles were scrapped for being un-roadworthy and 374 taxis impounded for illegal operations. A total of 25 009 summonses were issued in October for drivers to appear in court for not complying with the National Road Traffic Act. Another 810 drivers were tested for driving under the influence of alcohol and 23 drivers arrested for drunk driving. There were 1 068 speed operations, with 12 190 fines issued for speeding and 23 drivers arrested for excessive speeding, amongst those a driver who was arrested in Waterberg for driving at 186 km/h in a 120 km/h speed zone and a driver from Capricorn arrested for driving at 161 km/h in a 60 km/h speed zone. A total of 34 people were killed in road accidents, including ten pedestrians and 112 seriously injured. The MEC for DRT, Mr Lehlogonolo Masoga gave recognition for the good work done by traffic officials throughout the province during Transport Month and assured members of the public that road safety and law enforcement operations will continue into the Festive Season. PHOTO: WARREN BLUNT
The Head of Communications at the Limpopo Department of Roads and Transport, Mr Jimmy Machaka.
FOR FOR SALE SALE
1. HOUSES FROM R750 Broadlands stand - 1000 000 m². R2 200 000 2. PLOTS and FARMS available 3. TOWNHOUSES TO LET Dorp - 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living area, kitchen, and garage. R700 000 •yard 3 Bedr Townhouse with 2 bathr, living Bendor - 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, living area, kitchen, area, kitchen, pantry and double yard and carport. R500 000 Bendor - 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, living area, patio garage. R7500-00p/m with braai, kitchen, small yard and carport. R650 000
• 3 Bedr House with 2 bathr, 2 living areas, TO LET kitchen and garage. R6000-00p/m Residential Bendor - 3 Bedroom house with 2 bathrooms, study, •lounge, 3 Bedrdining House with 2 bathr, 2 living room, kitchen, scullery, outsideareas, toilet & shower, pool anddouble double garage. R7 600-00p/m kitchen, and garage – Bendor - 3 Bedroom Townhouse with 2 bathrooms, living area, kitchen secure complex. African Jewel.and 1 carport in R5500-00p/m R5 600-00p/m
November 21, 2013
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Mariëtte Snyder >> firstname.lastname@example.org Mall of the North is in the process of completing a massive rollout campaign to revolutionise movie-viewing by converting their cinemas screens to the latest in digital technology in their six theatres. Mr Fiaz Mahomed, CEO of Ster-Kinekor Theatres in a press statement said that a new era in cinema viewing is now a reality. “We are spearheading the advancement of cinema viewing as we upgrade each one of our existing sites. In line with this national evolution, I am pleased to report that the full digital conversion of all six cinemas at one of our most popular sites in the north of the country, Mall of the North has been completed for the enjoyment of all our loyal movie-goers in this region. In addition to the digital upgrade, our movie-going audiences can catch their favourite blockbusters in larger-than-life 3D format. As part of the digital conversion at this site, we have transformed one of our theatres to accommodate 3D projection,” Mahomed stated. He added that 3D is now an integral part of the cinema offering. It is what
More movie enjoyment at Ster-Kinekor movie-goers expect and what they demand – and now customers at Mall of the North can enjoy this incredible movie experience too. The statement further read that with the latest technological advancements, the entire cinema viewing experience is undergoing a profound change. Picture quality is heightened while the state-of-the-art surround sound greatly enhances the overall viewing experience, as each cinema now comes standard with the very latest projection and audio equipment. Upgrading the cinemas brings with it yet another plus for movie-lovers. “We already screen blockbuster releases on the same day as their international release date. However, the ease of digital projection will give us the opportunity to expand this to medium and more niche film titles. Digital technology has profoundly changed the face of the industry, ensuring that our customers ‘see it best’ and ‘see it first’ on our big screens,” he stated. “It is an exciting evolution in cinema in South Africa, and I am excited to be a part of the dedicated and professional team that is making it happen,” Mahomed concluded.
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ie geleentheid het met ‘n polsende danssessie begin wat gaste laat skaterlag het en gou die ys gebreek het. Die wenresep het me Dottie Pinn, skakelbeampte van die Suid-Afrikaanse Bloeddiens (SANBD) gevolg om persone wat klinieke by hul werksplekke reël vir hul ondersteuning te bedank. Me Kwena Selemela van Virgin Active in Thornhill het nie op haar laat wag nie en gaste aangemoedig om saam met haar op maat van die mu-
siek litte los te maak. Die geleentheid is Donderdag by Fusion Boutique Hotel gehou waartydens Pinn ook ‘n video oor die bloeddiens en die noodsaaklike rol wat hul vertolk, vertoon het. Almal is na die tyd met ‘n ete bederf en talle het reeds ingestem om opnuut volgende jaar hul ondersteuning aan die bloeddiens te gee. Pinn bedank die gemeenskap vir hul betrokkenheid om lewens te red en sê dat hulle slegs suksesvol is omdat Polokwane ‘n stad met ‘n hart vir ander is. Vir meer besonderhede of om ‘n kliniek by jou werksplek te reël, kan hul kantore by 015 297 3636 geskakel word.
Personeel van Virgin Active, me Tebogo Manasoe, mnr Morgan Maponya, me Kwena Selemela en mnr Phuti Sepuru. Agter is me Dottie Pinn van SANBD.
Me Kwena Selemela van Virgin Active in Thornhill nooi die gaste om saam te dans.
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Sam Ntsan’wisi reaches halfway mark to Polokwane attempt to create awareness about child and woman abuse by running the entire distance. The trio crossed the Orange River, demarAthlete Sam Ntsan’wisi and his two companions, cating the Northern Cape from the Free State at 07:00 on Wednesday marking 983,1 km of Ben Ndlovu and Makgove Masufi, have reached the 1 850 km to be completed. the halfway mark between Cape Town and They have run an average of 60 km per Ntsan’wisi’s home town of NkowaNkowa in their day and in a recent press release Ntsan’wisi is quoted about the challenges of the race so Photo: RC Myburgh Sam Ntsan’wisi and two companions are cur- far: “To motivate my companions, manage rently running from Cape Town to Tzaneen to the team, assist with the fundraising and run create awareness on child and woman abuse. is exhausting. To wake up at 01:00 and start Polokwane Observer photographed him running to avoid running in the heat of the day before his departure at the end of October. is also a tiring matter.” He added that the team was happy to have reached the Free State. “We are all carrying minor injuries but nothing serious to stop us from completing the challenge. We remain motivated and posiPROPERTY OF THE WEEK tive by keeping on BALULE BUSH CAMP offers you a 21,4 ha farm in the reminding ourselves of the bigger cause heart of the bushveld - A MUST SEE!! why we are doing it,” A 21,5 ha farm in the heart of the bushveld within the borders of the Kruger National Park. Animals like the BIG 5 are on your doorstep. he said. A waterhole for wild animals right in front of your stoep. This farm offers you an old farmhouse, 3 carports, servants’ quarters, storeroom, The campaign will cement dam used for irrigation and swimming. Lovely garden around the house, with irrigation system that works on a timer. Strong borehole feeds the dam, irrigation system and tank. 3-Phase Eskom electricity. also promote national awareness on South FARMHOUSE AND LAPA VIEW FROM YOUR STOEP Africa’s 16 Days of Activism Against Child and Women Abuse to be commemorated from 25 November to 10 December. Ntsan’wisi is Want to build your dream house? Want to rent out your property? Want to sell your property? expected in PoloWE STOCK A WIDE RANGE OF PROPERTIES FOR SALE. NAME AND WE HAVE IT. kwane by the end of CALL US TODAY FOR ALL YOUR PROPERTY NEEDS. this month or early in AGENTS: Sales - Ansie 084 503 8322 / Letting - Charmaine 079 529 7841 December. OFFICE TEL: 015 291 2622 | E-mail: email@example.com RC Myburgh >>firstname.lastname@example.org
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Die Toks en Tjopsprogram is Vrydagaand regstreeks van die Hoërskool Pietersburg (PHS) uitgesaai. Voor is sanger, Riaan Grobler, Willie Schoeman, skoolhoof en gaste Alex van Dyk en Hardus Geldenhuys. Agter is aanbieder, Toks van der Linde, sanger, Izak Davel, Blou Bulskopafrigter,Vlok Cilliers, aanbieder, Janina Oberholzer, en die program se sjef, Vaatjie.
Toks en Tjops-uitsending by PHS ’n genotvolle aand Mariëtte Snyder >> email@example.com
rydagaand se regstreekse uitsending van Toks en Tjops by die Hoërskool Pietersburg (PHS) was ‘n besondere gebeurtenis vir die skool omdat Alex van Dyk, graad 12-leerder van die skool een van die spesiale gaste was. Lede van die Celebrity Cycle-fietstoer wat deur die Jumping Kids Prosthetic Fund gereël is en prosteses aan kinders voorsien, was ook deel van die uitsending. Benewens Vlok Celliers, Helgard Müller, Breyten Paulse en Isak Davel wat deel van die fietstoer was, was sanger, Riaan Grobler, Hardus Geldenhuys, PHS se eerste rugbyspankaptein en skoolhoof, Willie Schoeman ook deel van die spesiale gaste. Alex, een van 40 kinders wat ‘n prostese van die organisasie ontvang het, het trots met sy twee nuwe bene op die verhoog verskyn en aan die program deelgeneem. Me Anne-Marié Schoeman, skakelbeampte van die skool sê die funksie is gehou om geld vir Alex se prostese sowel as vir hul Astro-hokkiebaan, wat in aanbou is, in te samel. Sy sê dat PHS baie blootstelling met die uitsending
ontvang het bedank almal wat tot die suksesvolle aand bygedra het. Toks en Tjops is ‘n informele kykNET-program met Toks van der Linde, Breyten Paulsen (albei oud-Springbokrugbyspelers) en Janina Oberholzer wat oor die nuutste sportgebeure gesels, het eersteklas-vermaak aan die sowat 340 gaste gebied wat tot laataand om die braaivleisvure gekuier het.
Breyten Paulse, een van Toks en Tjops se aanbieders met PHS-skakelbeampte, me Anne-Marié Schoeman tydens die regstreekse uitsending.
Gaste tydens die Toks en Tjops-uitsending Vrydagaand is me Marlie en André Geldenhuys voor en MJ en Joané Mulder agter. Regs: Mee Rita en Kate James.
Local government hosts series of campaigns RC Myburgh >>firstname.lastname@example.org The South African Local Government Association (Salga) together with other entities embarked on a series of awareness campaigns throughout the province in the light of World Aids Day to be celebrated on 1 December and the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Violence campaign set to run from 25 November to 10 December. Officials and representatives from the department of Roads and Transport; Health and Social Development; Vhembe District Municipality, Musina Local Municipality and the International Organisation for Migration will establish a delegation that is to engage with residents of the province in addressing issues on HIV/Aids, tuberculoses (TB), migration, and sexual and genders based violence. A press statement issued by Salga Communication and Marketing Officer, Mr Thipa Selala informs that the campaigns will target truckers and migrants, the key populations identified in the National Strategic Plan (NSP) for HIV/Aids,
Sexual Transmitted Infections and TB. Also targeted will be cross border traders, border officials and general populations. “Although Vhembe District has the lowest HIV/Aids prevalence, Musina sub-district is the highest with 17,2% and is faced with high volumes of road transport truckers, regular and irregular migrants, sexual violence along the Limpopo border and transient population.” The campaigns will also offer people the opportunity to be tested for HIV/Aids, TB, diabetes, hypertension and cancer and be informed on the prevention of mother to child transmission, medical male circumcision, malaria, health and hygiene services and youth services. “We are also aiming to create awareness on World Aids Day and the 16 Days of Activism against Gender Abuse as well as increasing the uptake on HIV counselling and testing and to promote wellness and healthy lifestyles among people. The first campaign was already hosted on Saturday in Weipe. The next campaign is scheduled to be conducted on Monday at Beit Bridge and on Sunday 8 December at Pontdrift.
November 21, 2013
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MODIMOLLE LAND USE SCHEME AMENDMENT SCHEME 298 I Mmaphuti Julia Nare being the authorised agent of the owner of Portion 3 (a portion of Portion 2) of erf 294 Nylstroom Township hereby give notice in terms of Section 56(1)(b) (i) of the Town Planning and Township Ordinance, 1986, that I have applied to the Modimolle Municipality for the amendment of Land Use Scheme, 2004 for the rezoning of Portion 3 (a portion of portion 2) of erf 294 Nylstroom Township, situated cnr Alf Makaleng and Von Backstron streets in Modimolle township from “Residential 1” to “Institutional”. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of Manager Planning and Development, Modimolle Municipality, office number 101 Corner Harry Gwala Street, Modimolle, tel: 014 718 2066, for a period of 28 days from the 14th of November 2013 Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made inwriting tothe Manager Planning and Economic Development, Private Bag X1008, Modimolle, 0510 within a period of 28 days from 14 November 2013. Address of authorised Agent: Nhlatse Planning Consultants PO Box 4865 Polokwane 0699 25 B Excelsior Street Polokwane 0699 Tel/Fax: 015 297 8673 Cell: 082 558 7739 mmaphuti@telkomsa. net. 14/11 21/11 ___________________ KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN DORPS-BEPLANNINGSKEMA INGEVOLGE ARTIKEL 56(1)(b)(i) VAN DIE ORDONNANSIE OP DORPSBEPLANNING EN DORPE, 1986 (ORDONNANSIE 15 VAN 1986) MODIMOLLE GRONDGEBRUIKSKEMA 298 Ek Mmaphuti Julia Nare synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van gedeelte 3 (n gedeelte van gedeelte 2) van erf 294 Nylstroom dorpsgebied, gee hiermee ingevolge artikel 56(1)(b)(i) van die ordinnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986, kennis dat ek by die Modimolle Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die grondgebruikskema bekend as Modimolle grondgebruikskema, 2004 deur die hersonering van die eiendom hierbo beskryf, geleë te die hoek van Alf Makalengen Von Backstronstrate, Modimolle Dorp vanaf “Residensieel 1” na “Institusioneel” . Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende gewone kantoorure by die kantoor van die Bestuurder, Beplanning en Ontwikkeling, Modimolle Munisipaliteit, kantoornommer 101, h/v Harry Gwalastraat, Modimolle, tel 014 718 2066, vir ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 14 November 2013. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 14 November 2013 skriftelike by of tot die Munisipale bestuurder by bovermelde adres of by Posbus X1008, Modimolle, 0510 111, ingedien of gerig word. Adres Van Agent: Nhlatse Planning Consultants PO Box 4865 Polokwane 0699 25 B Excelsior Street Polokwane, 0699 Tel/ Fax: 015 297 8673 Sel: 082 558 7739 14/11 21/11 ___________________ NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR AMENDMENT OF TOWN PLANNING SCHEME IN TERMS OF SECTIO 56(1)(b)(i) OF THE TOWN PLANNING AND TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE, 1986 (ORDINANCE 15 OF 1986) NOTICE OF 2013 POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT AMENDMENT
SCHEME NO 444 We, The Town Planning Hub CC being the authorised agent of the owner of Portion 5 and the Remainder of Erf 8137, Pietersburg Extension 11 hereby give notice in terms of Section 56(1)(B)(I) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986, that we have applied to the Polokwane Municipality for the amendment of the town planning scheme known as the Polokwane/ Perskebult Town Planning Scheme, 2007 by the rezoning of the property described above, situated on the south western corner of the intersection of Grobler and Du Preez streets, Pietersburg Extension 11 from “SPECIAL” for parking and “RESIDENTIAL 2” respectively to “SPECIAL” for a Private Hospital and/or a Residential building and/or Dwelling units at a density of 44 units per hectare. All relevant documents relating to the applications will be open for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the said authorised local authority at the office of the Town Planners, first floor, west wing, Civic Centre, Polokwane for a period of 28 days from 15 November 2013. Objections to or representations in respect of the application must be lodged with or made in writing to the above address or at PO Box 111, Pietersburg, 0700 within a period of 28 days from 15 November 2013. Address of agent: THE TOWN PLANNING HUB CC PO Box 11437 Silver Lakes 0054 Tel: 012 809 2229 Fax: 012 809 2090 Ref.: TPH13981 14/11 21/11 ___________________ KENNISGEWING VAN AANSOEK OM WYSIGING VAN DORPSBEPLANNINGSKEMA INGEVOLGE ARTIKEL 56(1)(b)(i) VAN DIE ORDONNANSIE OP DORPSBEPLANNING EN DORPE, 1986 (ORDONNANSIE 15 VAN 1986) KENNISGEWING VAN 2013 POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT WYSIGINGSKEMA NO 444 Ons, The Town Planning Hub CC, synde die gemagtige agent van die eienaar van die Gedeelte 5 en die Restant van Erf 8137, Pietersburg Uitbreiding 11 gee hiermee ingevolge Artikel 56 (1)(B) (I) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986, kennis dat ons by die Polokwane Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die dorpsbeplanningskema bekend as Polokwane/ Perskebult Dorpsbeplanningskema, 2007 deur die hersonering van die eiendom hierbo beskryf, geleë op die suid-westelike hoek van die interseksie van Grobler- en Du Preezstrate, Pietersburg Uitbreiding 11 vanaf “SPESIAAL” vir parkering en “RESIDENSIEEL 2” onderskeidelik na “SPESIAAL” vir ‘n privaathospitaal en/of ‘n Residensiebou en/of eenhede met ‘n digtheid van 44 eenhede per hektaar. Alle verbandhoudende dokumente wat met die aansoeke verband hou sal tydens normale kantoorure vir besigtiging beskikbaar wees by die kantoor van die Stadsbeplanners, eerste verdieping, wesvleuel Burgersentrum vir ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 15 November 2013. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 15 November 2013 skriftelik by of tot bovermelde adres of by Posbus 111, Polokwane, 0700 ingedien of gerig word. Adres van agent: THE TOWN PLANNING HUB CC Posbus 11437 Silver Lakes 0054 Tel: 012 809 2229 Faks: 012 809 2090 Verw.: TPH13981 14/11 21/11 ___________________ NOTICE OF A POUND SALE Notice is hereby given of
a pound sale of 5 cattle in terms of Article 25 of the Ordinance on Pounds 13 of 1972 as amended, to be held on 26 November 2013 at Karoo Osche, Polokwane. Further take notice that the said cattle will be sold to the highest bidder. Dated on 18 November 2013 at Kalkbank. JC HOLTZHAUZEN P O Box 64 MOGWADI 0716 Cell: 083 412 9003 Henk: 083 454 6596 Deon: 083 446 0330 21/11 ___________________ KENNISGEWING VAN SKUTVERKOPING Kennis word hiermee gegee van ‘n skutverkoping van 5 beeste in terme van artikel 25 van die ordonnansie op skutte van 1972, soos gewysig, gehou te word op 26 November 2013 om 11:00 te Karoo Osche, Polokwane. Neem verder kennis dat sodanige vee aan die hoogste bieder verkoop sal word. Gedateer op 18 November 2013 te Kalkbank. JC HOLTZHAUZEN Posbus 64 MOGWADI 0716 Sel: 083 412 9003 Henk: 083 454 6596 Deon: 083 446 0330 21/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE /PERSKELBULT TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2007 SPECIAL CONSENT FOR A FUNERAL PARLOUR Notice is hereby given in terms of provision of Clause 21 of the Polokwane/Perskebult Town Planning scheme, 2007 that I the undersigned, Thoka Betlehema Japhter intend applying to the Polokwane Municipality for the special consent for a funeral parlour on portion 2 of Erf 183 Pietersburg . Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the applicant’s address mentioned herein, and at the office of the Town Planners, First Floor, West Wing, Civic Centre, Polokwane, for the period of 28 days from the first date of publication. Any objections to or representations in respect of the application shall be lodged in writing simultaneously with the applicant and with the Municipal Manager, Polokwane Municipality at the above address or at PO Box 111, Pietersburg, 0700, within a period of 28 days from the first date of publication. Address and contact detail of applicant: Sefularo Funeral Parlour 79 Paul Krugerstraat Polokwane 0699 Tel: 015 291 3832 Fax: 015 291 4158 14/11 21/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2007 SPESIALE MAGTIGING VIR `N LYKSHUIS Kennis word hiermee gedien in terme van klousule 21 van die Polokwane/ Perskebult Dorp Beplanningsskema, 2007 dat ek, die ondergetekende, Thoka Betlehema Japhter aansoek doen by die Polokwane Munisipaliteit vir spesiale magtiging om ‘n lykshuis op ‘n gedeelte 2 van Erf 183, Pietersburg op te rig. Besonderhede van hierdie aansoek kan vir inspeksiedoeleindes by die aplikant hierin genoem verkry word asook die kantore van die Stadsbeplanner, Eerste Vloer, wesvleuel, burgesentrum, Polokwane, eerste dag vanaf die advertensie geplaas word. Enige besware in verband hiermee kan gelyktydig skriftelik geadreseer aan die aplikant sowel as die Munisipale Bestuurder, Polokwane Munisipaliteit na bogenoemde adres of Posbus 111, Pietersburg, 0700 gestuur word in die gestipuleerde tydperk van 28 dae vanaf die advertensie geplaas word. Adres and kontak besonderhede van aplikant: Sefularo Funeral Parlour
79 Paul Krugerstraat Polokwane 0699 Tel: 015 291 3832 Faks: 015 291 4158 14/11 21/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT AMENDMENT SCHEME 443 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE POLOKWANE/ PERSKEBULT TOWN PLANNING SCHEME, 2007, IN TERMS OF SECTION 56(1) (B) (i) OF THE TOWN PLANNING AND TOWNSHIPS ORDINANCE, 1986 (ORDINANCE NO 15 OF 1986) I, Charlotte van der Merwe, being the authorized agent of the owner of the erven mentioned below, hereby give notice in terms of section 56(1)(b) (i) of the Town Planning and Townships Ordinance, 1986 (Ordinance No 15 of 1986) that I have applied to the Polokwane Municipality for the amendment of the Town Planning Scheme known as the Polokwane/Perskebult Town Planning Scheme, 2007 to rezone Portion 2 of Erf 144, Pietersburg – situated at 100 Marshall Street, Polokwane - from “Reesidential 1” to “Business 2”, for the purposes of shops/offices/consulting rooms and other business related land uses as permitted in the Polokwane/ Perskebult TownPlanning Scheme, 2007. Particulars of the application will lie for inspection during normal office hours at the office of the Manager: Spatial Planning and Land Use Management, first floor, Civic Centre, Landdros Mare Street, Polokwane for a period of 28 days from 15 November 2013. 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 at PO Box 111, Polokwane, 0700 within a period of 28 days from 15 November 2013. ADRESS OF AGENT KAMEKHO CONSULTING PO BOX 4169 POLOKWANE 0700 TEL: 082 456 3173 Fax: 086 614 9265 14/11 21/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT WYSIGINGSKEMA 443 KENNISGEWING VAN DIE AANSOEK OM DIE WYSIGING VAN DIE POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT DORPSBEPLANNINGSKEMA, 2007 INGEVOLGE ARTIKEL 56(1)(B)(i) VAN DIE ORDONNANSIE OP DORPSBEPLANNING EN DORPE, 1986 (ORDONNANSIE NO 15 VAN 1986) Ek, Charlotte van der Merwe, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van die ondergenoemde erwe, gee hiermee ingevolge artikel 56(1)(b)(i) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe, 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) kennis dat ek by die Polokwane Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die Dorpsbeplanningskema bekend as die Polokwane/ Perskebult Dorpsbeplanningskema, 2007 deur hersonering van Gedeelte 2 van Erf 144, Pietersburg – gelee te Marshallstraat 100, Polokwane - vanaf “Residensieel 1” na “Besigheid 2” vir die doeleindes van winkels/kantore/konsultasie kamers en ander besigheids verwante gebruike soos toegelaat deur die Polokwane/Perskeubult Dorpsbeplanningskema, 2007. Besonderhede van die aansoek lê ter insae gedurende kantoorure by die kantoor van die Bestuurder: Ruimtelike Beplanning en Grondgebruikbestuur, eerste vloer, Burgersentrum, Landdros Marestraat, Polokwane vir ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 15 November 2013. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 15 November 2013 skriftelik by of tot die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of by Posbus 111, Polokwane, 0700 ingedien of gerig
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IN THE MAGISTRATE’S COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF VRYHEID HELD AT VRYHEID CASE NO.: 672/12 In the matter between: TUSPAC CC Execution Creditor and EXPECTRA 790 PTY LTD T/A MONYETLA BRICK & PAVE Execution Debtor AUCTION IN PURSUANCE OF A JUDGMENT IN THE COURT OF THE Magistrate of VRYHEID and writ of execution, the goods listed hereunder will be sold in execution on FRIDAY, 6 DECEMBER 2013 at 11:00, at the PREMISES, 2 TIN STREET, LABORIA, POLOKWANE to the highest bidder: 1 x LENOVO COMPUTER (COMPLETE) 1 X DESK & CHAIR 1 X SAMSUNG FAX/COPY MACHINE 1 X DESK & CHAIR 1 X DESK & CHAIR 1 X HP COMPUTER 1 X 2-DOOR STEEL CABINET 1 X 2-DOOR CABINET 1 X URN 2 X STEEL TABLES 2 X OFFICE CHAIRS 1 X STEEL CHAIR 1 X 2-DOOR STEEL CABINET 1 X OFFICE CHAIR 2 X STEEL WORKING TABLES 2 X STEEL SHELVES 7 X MOULDS 1 X TEMPER VAPRATION 1 X FEEDBOX 1 X EMPTY TEMPER VAPRATION 1 X TANK 8 X CORRUGATED IRON 1 X ABAC COMPRESSOR 1 X GREESE CAN 1 X FILING CABINET 1 X VACUUM 1 X STEEL WORKING TABLE 1 X ELECTRIC MOTOR 1 X MECER COMPUTER SCREEN 1 X STEEL SHELF 1 X INVERTER 3 X GRINDERS 1 X INVERTER 350 1 X DRILL MACHINE 1 X ELECTRIC MOTOR 1 X 500 X 80 MM GREY PAVING BRICKS 1 X 500 X 60 MM BLACK PAVING BRICKS 1 X 500 X 60 MM RED PAVING BRICKS 1 X BRICK GRAB 8 X 500 X 50 MM GREY PAVING BRICKS 17 X 500 X 60 MM GREY PAVING BRICKS 7 X CHAIN HOSTS 2 X GANTRY MACHINES 1 X PAN MIXER MACHINE 2 X TANKS 1 X CEMENT BIN 114 X PALLETS BRICKS 1 X FORKLIFT 1 X COMPRESSOR 1 X PALLET CEMENT 1 X TANK 1 X TANK NB: The sale in for cash or bank guaranteed cheque only. Take further notice that: 1. This sale is a sale in execution pursuant to a judgment obtained in the above court; 2. The Rules of this auction is available 24 hours before the auction at the office of the Sheriff for Polokwane, 66 PLATINUM STREET, LADINE, POLOKWNE, 3. Registration as a Buyer is a pre-requisite subject to specific conditions, inter alia: a) Directive of the Consumer Protection Act 68 of 2008. (URL http://www.info. gov.za/view/DownloadFile Action?id=99961) b) Fica-legislation in respect of proof of identity and address particulars c) Payment of a Registra-
tion Fee of R200.00 in cash d) Registration conditions The office of the Sheriff for POLOKWANE, 66 PLATINUM STREET, LADINE, POLOKWANE will conduct the sale with auctioneers A. T. RALEHLAKA. Advertising costs at current publication rates and sale costs according to court rules, apply. DATED at VRYHEID on this 13TH day of NOVEMBER 2013. EXECUTION CREDITOR’S ATTORNEY COX AND PARTNERS STANDARD BANK BUILDING CNR HIGH & MARKET STREETS VRYHEID 3100 TEL: 034 982 2711 REF: 06/G000711 21/11 ___________________
LIQUIDATION AND DISTRIBUTION ACCOUNTS IN DECEASED ESTATES LYING FOR INSPECTION In terms of section 35 (5) of Act 66 of 1965 notice is hereby given that copies of the liquidation and distribution accounts (first and final, unless otherwise stated) in the estate specified below will be open for the inspection of all persons with an interest therein for a period of 21 days (or shorter or longer if specially stated) from the date specified or from the date of publication hereof, whichever may be the later, and at the office of the Master and Magistrate as stated. Should no objection thereto be lodged with the Master concerned during the specified period, the executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the accounts. Registered number of estate: 5977/2011 Surname: Valjie Christian names: Nellie Identity number: 190225 0037 088 Magistrate’s Office: Pietersburg Master’s Office: Polokwane Advertiser and address: George Kleynhans Inc. 145 Kashmir Avenue Nirvana Polokwane Date: 08 November 2013 Tel: 015 292 2508 Notice for Publication in the Polokwane Observer on 21/11/2013. 21/11 ___________________
IN THE ESTATE OF THE LATE GERT JACOBUS BENADE, IDENTITY NUMBER 430706 5122 082, MARRIED IN COMMUNITY OF PROPERTY TO FLORENCE AGENS BENADE, IDENTITY NUMBER 471122 0159 089, FORMERLY OF 18 PROTEA AVENUE, FLORA PARK, POLOKWANE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE. ESTATE NUMBER 2107/2013 Copies of the First and Final Liquidation and Distribution Account in the above Estate will be open for the inspection of all persons interested therein for a period of twentyone (21) days from date of publication hereof at the Office of the Master of the Supreme Court Polokwane. Should no objection thereto be made to the Master concerned within the specified period, the Executor will proceed to make payments in accordance with the Account. DATED 13 NOVEMBER 2013. NILAND & PRETORIUS INC 2 ALBATROSS CENTRE 21 MARK STREET POLOKWANE P O Box 10 POLOKWANE 0700 TEL: 015 291 1974 Ref: MP/B39 21/11 ___________________
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LIMPOPO Junior Pabx/VoIP Consultant
Minimum Requirements: • IT Post Graduate • Own transport • Driver’s Licence • Computer Literacy • Basic experience in the sales of PABX/ VoIP Systems a plus. Join a dynamic company that offers excellent earning potential. Great opportunity to require the necessary training in communications and a career path within a leading telecommunications company. (In-house Training will be provided.) Applicants should be self motivated with a proactive approach in order to grow the company’s customer base by signing new business. You must have the confidence to communicate face to face with clients. Applicants must be well presented and target driven. Successful candidates will be required to cold call and develop new business.Being able to prepare professional presentations and quotes for their clients is vital. Please take note that correspondence will be with shortlisted candidates only. Should you not receive a response from us within 2 weeks from application date then please consider your application unsuccessful. We will retain your resume in our database for other suitable opportunities. Send CV + recent photo to email@example.com Fax : 086 764 5681.
Career finder in LIMPOPO Babaoppasser vir die versorging van 2 peuters (10 en 16 maande) Van 08:00 tot 17:00 Maandae tot Vrydae vanaf 2 Januarie 2014 tot 18 Julie 2014.
Kontak vir navrae Riëtte 015 295 5933 voor of op 25 November 2013.
TANDHEELKUNDIGE STOELASSISTENT Dames tussen 18 en 25 Rekenaarvaardigheid en Graad 12 ‘n vereiste GEEN ROKERS Opleiding sal word verskaf Stuur CV na : firstname.lastname@example.org
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DIRECTORATE: SUPPORT SERVICES (LIMPOPO)
CHIEF NETWORK CONTROLLER (2 POSTS) Salary: R212 106 per annum (Level 8) (Ref. S8/3/2013/881)
Requirements: • 3-year tertiary qualification in Information Technology-related field • A+, N+ and ITIL foundation will be an added advantage • 1-2 years’ service desk experience in an IT service support/delivery environment, supporting both hardware and software (1st level support) • Sound understanding of Novell, Microsoft Active Directory, DHCP, Applications and Technical Support environment will be an added advantage • ITIL working practice • Advanced competency and experience in personal computing (desktop, laptops. printers, scanners) • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows XP, Win 7 • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office 2003, 2007, 2010 • Working knowledge of Group Wise (e-mail) • Working knowledge of Novell Client • Working knowledge of IT service desk system eg ITSM Remedy, HEAT, Service Desk Plus etc • Working knowledge of networks (LAN/WAN) and network equipment ie switches. Duties: • Provide IT 1st line support to all end users (hardware and software support), set up and configure IT equipment (desktops, laptops, printers, scanners, user remote access (3Gs) and mobility devices) • Resolve incidents in accordance with the agreed processes on a daily basis and ensure the processes defined for the environment are complied with • Ensure incidents are attended in line with categorisation, prioritisation and according to the business impact and severity • Investigate, diagnose and resolve incident according to agreed SLA using tools such as the Known Error Database (KED), Incident Matching, etc • Monitor and track incidents to ensure that the service restoration meet agreed service levels and customer satisfaction • Resolve incidents through proper incident closure process, client satisfaction and update of the Known Error Database (KED) • Escalate incidents through automated escalation tool based on service levels and manual escalation based on incident monitoring and tracking activities • Ensure proactive detection of incidents through available tools ie monitoring, events and alerts • Work with 3rd party to resolve calls according to their underpinning contracts and report on the service breaches • Be accountable for the lifecycle of all incidents assigned, be the central person to communicate with deferent stakeholders where incidents reside to ensure effective incident resolution • Ensure full compliance on the ICT governance, policies, processes, standards, procedures while executing his work • Report all identified risk to the Team Leader. Note: All race groups and all gender groups are encouraged to apply. The suitable candidates will be selected with the intention of promoting representivity as contemplated in the relevant component’s Employment Equity Plan. The Department reserves the right not to appoint any applicants to these positions and to conduct preemployment security screening. We are a zero tolerance to fraud and corruption Department and we urge you to report any suspicions of fraud and corruption to the National Anti-corruption Hotline (NACH): 0800 701 701. Applications must be submitted on form Z83, obtainable from any Public Service Department, and should be accompanied by a comprehensive Curriculum Vitae (previous experience must be comprehensively detailed) and certified copies of qualifications, service certificates, driver’s licence and Identification Document. Applicants with foreign qualifications must submit a SAQA evaluation report on the qualification. Non-SA citizens must attach a certified copy of proof of permanent residence in South Africa. In addition to completing the Z83, applicants are required to disclose any pending criminal, disciplinary or any other adverse allegations or investigation against them. Applicants must also provide the full names, addresses and telephone numbers of at least 3 referees. Failure to submit the requested documents may result in your application not being considered (applications lacking evidence of relevant experience will not be considered). If you apply for more than one post in the Department, please submit a separate application form for each post. Applicants will be expected to be available for selection interviews at a time, date and place as determined by the Department. If you have not been contacted for an interview within 3 months of the closing date, please assume that your application was not successful. Correspondence will be entered into with short-listed candidates only. PERSONS WITH DISABILITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY Please forward your application, quoting the relevant reference number, to: The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform, Private Bag X9552, Polokwane 0700 or hand deliver at 61 Biccard Street, Polokwane 0700, for attention: Human Resource Management. Closing date: 29 November 2013 Applications will not be considered after the closing date. Kone Solutions K21809
WORKSITE FINANCIAL ADVISER Old Mutual Life Assurance is seeking a suitably qualified individual for the following opportunity based in Polokwane. The suitably qualified individual, will qualify for a conditional salary of R 15 000.00 per month. You will be responsible for providing needs-based financial advice and education to clients in the middle to high income market, in order to build long-term stakeholder relationships and increase market share. Duties and responsibilities will include: • identifying viable client opportunities • actively networking and prospecting to build relationships • focused use of resources to build a cost effective structure • identifying marketing needs and opportunities • meeting sales targets. The successful applicant should substantially meet the following requirements: • at least 18 months’ current experience as a Financial Adviser • have completed a relevant qualification at NQF level 5 • proven relationship/networking/influencing skills • proven presentation skills • proven data analysis skills for different clients, e.g. financial planning process • advanced level of computer literacy • good planning and organising skills • resilience • results-driven • ability to meet customer expectations • ability to engage with multiple stakeholders in a constructive and collaborative way.
To apply, please forward your comprehensive CV to email@example.com Closing date: 5 December 2013 If you have not received a response by 12 December 2013, please consider your application to be unsuccessful. Appointment will be made from the designated group in line with the Employment Equity Plan of OMSA and the specific business unit.
November 21, 2013
Standford Lake College
Stanfordians 50 OBSERVER outshine during polokwane
Pietersburg Comprehensive School (PCS)>>
PCS recognise best performers and elects new prefects
ATKV Afrikaans Olimpiade KESHIA J V RENSBURG >> firstname.lastname@example.org Learners from Stanford Lake College took part in the recent ATKV Afrikaans Olimpiade and in doing so proved once again that academics always comes first. Out of the 25 students that
Herbert Rachuene >>herbert@mailbox. co.za
entered to write the exam, twenty of the students achieved amongst the highest accolades in Limpopo. Stanford learners took the first six places in the province, with Amber Young taking first place. Overall, fifteen of the top twenty students in Limpopo are Stanford Lake College learners. Photo: Herbert Rachuene
Mahlako Kgomoeswana (head girl) and Kabelo Masemola (head boy) will lead PCS’s prefects next year.
Best Readers Lehlogonolo Manamela (Grade1), Rose Mokwena (Grade 3) and Gundo Mukwevho (Grade 2).
Pietersburg Comprehensive School (PCS) recently awarded learners who performed exceptionally well in academic and extramural activities throughout the year. During an awards ceremony held at the school leaders for 2014 were also announced.
Learners who excelled during the recent Afrikaans Olympiad are Sarah Pogrund, Kai Straughan, Jacqueline Knott, Daniel Erasmus and Monique Steynberg. At the back are Amber Young, Paul Dando, Istifah Kalla, Jason Wright, Benno Prinsloo and Anke Vaughan.
Mitchell House Striving for excellence through balanced, inclusive education
Mitchell House, founded in 1994, is an independent English-medium school in Polokwane. The school is located on a high-lying, sixteen hectare site, and pursues a holistic educational philosophy that includes academic, sporting and cultural excellence as primary goals. We seek to recruit a suitable applicant to fill the following position:
Catering Supervisor Please refer to the ISASA website for a full description of the available position - (www.isasa.org).
Closing date: 27 November 2013.
Successful applicants will be required to fill this post from January 2014
Bauba Seteno, Sports Boy of the Year.
Berelize Buys, Sports Girl of the Year.
The Prefect body selected for 2014 are Kabelo Masemola (head boy), Lesedi Ramotshela, Tshegofatso Manamela, Kgaugelo Mano, Nkazmulo Shezi, Tshepo Mangale, Thabiso Olifant and Nyakala Sathekge. In the middle are Muneiwa Mbedzi, Tendani Rammbuda, Amogelang Maditsi, Refilwe Rameetse, Tshegofatso Kubayi, Jonia Masoka, Mahlako Kgomoeswana (head girl), Molatelo Mabitsela and Noko Morulane. At the back are Nape Mapheto, Samuel Appau, Katlego Masemola, Lefa Mashaba, Kutloano Setwana, Lebogang Modula, Tendai Mashaba and Keletso Ngoetjana. Situated near Rustenburg in the North West Province, Impala Platinum is an equal opportunity mining company, committed to transformation, excellence and recruitment of individuals who have the potential, attributes and passion to thrive in a changing and goal-orientated environment.
Applications can be sent to:
Impala - Rustenburg (Ref. 104517/PO)
Recruitment Centre, Impala Platinum
Minimum requirements (CVs without copies of qualifications will not be considered): • A recognised relevant trade qualiﬁcation (Section 13), OR proof of recognised completed apprenticeship contract (completed by means of efﬂuxion of time), AND NTC 2 (Relevant Trade Theory) qualiﬁcation will be essential • A minimum of 3 years’ working experience as an Auto-Electrician is essential • A valid Medical Certiﬁcate or medical ﬁtness in order to obtain such a certiﬁcate
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Duties and responsibilities: The successful candidate will be responsible for: • Assembling, ﬁtting and repairing automobile auxiliary harnesses
• Fitting and wiring up auxiliary auto-electrical equipment • Removing and ﬁtting automobile mechanical and electrical components • Removing, testing, ﬁtting and servicing automobile batteries • Servicing and repairing electronic and conventional automobile ignition systems • Tracing and repairing faults on advanced auto electrical circuits • Diagnosing, testing and repairing conventional automobile systems • Leading the team, planning, allocating and assessing their work • Conducting on-the-job coaching • Attending to callouts with regard to breakdowns
In addition to challenging opportunities, the Company offers a competitive remuneration package and the normal large-company benefits.
Company details can be found at http://www.implats.co.za Preference will be given to candidates from the designated groups. Short-listed candidates may be subjected to psychometric assessment.
Dux Pupils Thendo Mukwevho (Senior Phase) and Lebogang Modula (Intermediate Phase).
Applications from agencies will not be accepted. If you have not heard from us within 30 days of the closing date, please regard your application as unsuccessful.
Limited, PO Box 5683, Rustenburg 0300, or fax: (014) 569-9513 or
YOUR career finder in LIMPOPO
e-mail your CV in MS Word format to: Recruitment.Mining3@implats.co.za OR Register online - visit our website at www.implats.co.za click on “Careers” then “Job applications and Vacancies” and then “Job search”. Closing date: 6 December 2013
Reports to: Regional Operations Manager Division/location: Gearmax South Africa Function * Ensure the optimisation of branch profitability * Ensure customer satisfaction and customer retention * Ensure efficient use of company resources to contain costs * Ensure the management of staff to reach the agreed targets Qualifications * Matriculated * N4 or similar Skills and competencies * Red Seal Diesel or Petrol trade * General automative workshop/branch management * Parts retail sales * General workshop sales * Business acumen * Communication skills * Conflict resolution / negotiation skills Travel requirements * Minimal - within area of trade * Customer visits Please mail CVs to: email@example.com
November 21, 2013
Pietersburg Laerskool se o.10 krieketspan is trotse Limpopowenners. Voor is Charl Steyn, Kerneels Coetzer, Damian Duvenhage en Eduan Gobey. In die middel is Jeandro Liebenberg, Alexander Hartslief, Kyle Bridger, Tiaan van den Heever en Cor Müller. Agter is Tjoppa de Beer (afrigter), Jean van den Heever, Jaden Rheeder, Mauritz Claassen, Jason du Plooy (kaptein), Juandré Slippers, PW Stoltz en Zander Kubannek (afrigter). NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RECTIFICATION IN TERMS Skoolhoof, Peet OF SECTION 24G OF THE NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL Bredenkamp staan MANAGEMENT AMENDMENT ACT (ACT NO.8 OF 2004) agter.
Suidskool se o.10bulletjies is alsydig RC Myburgh >>rc.observer@gmail. com Die o.10-seuns van Pietersburg Laerskool (PLS) is presteerders op die sportveld. Die rugby- sowel as krieketspan is vanjaar se Limpopo-wenners en het boonop die afgelope twee jaar tydens die interlaeratletiekbyeenkoms die aflos gewen. Die krieketspan het onlangs teen Laerskool Thabazimbi sake uitgespook en was eerste in die kolfkampie. Hulle slaag daarin om 98 lopies in 30 beurte te slaan. Thabazimbi kon nie die mas opkom nie en word vir 83 lopies uitgeboul.
NOTICE FOR SECTION 21 WATER – USE LICENSE IN TERMS OF SECTION 21 OF THE NATIONAL WATER ACT (ACT NO. 36 OF 1998)
Notice is given, in terms of Section 24(G) read together with section 24(F) of the National Environmental Management Amendment Act (as amended) that the Limpopo Department of Economic Development, Environment & Tourism: a. An application for rectification by Ramaliane Trust in terms of Section 24(G) and 24(F) of the National Environmental Management Act (as amended); b. Granting an environmental authorization to Ramaliane Trust in terms of Section 24(G) of NEMA for the unlawful commencement of activities listed in terms of the Environmental Impact Assessment Regulations under the subregulations of Government Notice R546 of 18 June 2010, promulgated in terms of sections 24 and 44 of the NEMA, as amended; and The proposed dam will also require Section 21 Water Use Licenses in terms on the National Water Act (NWA). Project Name: The construction of an irrigation dam on the Farm De Loskop 205 LS and implementation of a weir and canal from the Hout River towards the irrigation dam. The weir will be implemented on the Farm Kalkbank 552 LS. Reference No: 12/1/9S24G-C5 Environmental Complaince and Enforcement Reference No: ECE 12/27BR01:C8/12CAP Property Description: On the Farm De Loskop 205 LS and the Farm Kalkbank 552 LS Location: The site is situated to the north of Polokwane along and just west of R512 (approximately ±359 metres) and the Hout River. Various pivot points mainly associated with potato farming have been established to the north and north west of the proposed activities and the proposed Farm dam will be utilised for the irrigation of potato lands. Date of Notice: 21 November 2013 to 30 January 2014 Queries regarding this matter should be referred to: Bokamoso Landscape Architects and Environmental Consultants CC Public Participation registration and inquiries: Juanita De Beer Project Inquiries: Anè Agenbacht Tel: 012 346 3810 P.O. Box 11375 Fax: 086 570 5659 Maroelana 0161 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.bokamoso.biz Parties wishing to formally object to and/ or comment on the proposed rectification and environmental authorization are requested to forward their objection and comments (with reason) to Bokamoso Landscape Architects and Environmental Consultants CC no later than 40 days after the publication of this advertisement. Objections and comments must be copied to: The Department of Economic Development, Environment & Tourism Environmental Complaince and Enforcement or For attention: Mr Moroaswi T.S. Fax: 015 295 4869 For attention: M.C. Rodgers Fax: 015 295 5015
NOTIFICATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT PROCESS FOR THE PROPOSED IRON ORE OPENCAST MINING DEVELOPMENT AND ASSOCIATED INFRASTRUCTURE ON THE FARMS KALKFONTEIN 615 LS, ROODEWAL 808 LS, RUIGEDRAAI 809 LS AND MAKOTOPONG 1200 LS IN POLOKWANE, LIMPOPO PROVINCE Notice is hereby given in accordance with section 22(4)(b) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (Act No. 28 of 2002) (MPRDA) in respect of the proposed iron ore mining development. APPLICANT: SEKOKO RESOURCES (PTY) LTD Proposed Mining Operations: The proposed iron ore mining development and associated infrastructure will be located on the farms Kalkfontein 615 LS, Roodewal 808 LS, Ruigedraai 809 LS and Makotopong 1200 LS (previously a portion of Roodewal 808 LS) near Polokwane, Limpopo Province. The project will first focus on farm Kalkfontein 615 LS (portions 1, 2, 6 and RE). We herewith notify you that a mining right application has been submitted to the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR), Limpopo Province, with reference number: LP 30/5/1/2/2/10060 MR. The application was accepted by the DMR on 12 June 2013. AGES Gauteng (Pty) Ltd was appointed as the Environmental Assessment Practitioners to manage the application and to undertake the Scoping and Environmental Impact Assessment processes in respect thereof. Public Meeting: You are hereby invited to a public meeting for the proposed Wayland Iron Ore mine, in accordance with section 22(4)(b) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act (Act No. 28 of 2002) (MPRDA). The purpose of this meeting is to present and discuss the project and environmental aspects, to provide feedback on the environmental impact assessment and also to provide interested and affected parties with an opportunity to ask questions and provide comments. There will be three meetings held, the format of which will be exactly the same, in order to accommodate everybody. The details are as follows: Venue: Qwin Qwa Rula Lodge, Soetdoringspad (refer to attached directions) Date: Friday 29 November 2013 Time: 09:00 to 13:00 Venue: Makotopong Community Centre Date: Saturday 30 November 2013 Session 1: 09:00 to 12:00 Session 2:13:00 to 16:00 If you require further information please contact: AGES Gauteng (Pty) Ltd: Hloni Kunene Telephone: 012 751 2160 Fax: 086 607 2406 Email: email@example.com
November 21, 2013
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Karatekas verower swart- en tweede swartgordels
Die karatekas van die Polokwane JKA Karateklub onder leiding van sensei Piet van Rensburg het tydens die naweek se gradering in BelaBela hul eerste swart gordel verwerf. Voor is Anika Myburgh en Ludwig Kganyago met Manie Greyling, Van Rensburg en Roelof Myburgh agter.
FOTO’S: RC MYBURGH
Yolandi Vorster en William Malebane van die Polokwane JKA Karateklub is trots om na hul onlangse gradering in Bela-Bela hul tweede swart gordel te hê.
Polokwane City FC resolute to reach PSL top eight HERBERT RACHUENE >>firstname.lastname@example.org
REQUEST FOR QUOTATIONS TENDER NO.
COMPULSORY BRIEFING SESSION
3CE OR HIGHER
FRIDAY, 29 NOVEM11:00 ON FRIDAY, 13 BER 2013 AT 10:00 AT DECEMBER 2013, IN EBENEZER PLANT THE TENDER BOX AT NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
FUNCTIONALITY, THEN 90/10 WHERE PRICE= 90 AND BBBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION=10
REFURBISHMENT OF 3CE OR HIGHER A DAM AT MARBLE HALL
MONDAY, 02 DECEM- 11:00 ON FRIDAY, 13 BER 2013 AT 10:00 AT DECEMBER 2013, IN MARBLE HALL PLANT THE TENDER BOX AT NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
FUNCTIONALITY, THEN 90/10 WHERE PRICE= 90 AND BBBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION=10
RESOURCING OF POOR FARMERS AT MMANKURWANE VILLAGE
FRIDAY, 29 NOVEMBER 2013 AT 14:00 AT HEAD OFFICE NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
11:00 ON FRIDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2013, IN THE TENDER BOX AT NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
FUNCTIONALITY, THEN 80/20 WHERE PRICE = 80 AND BBBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION=20
RESOURCING OF POOR FARMERS AT MOEREKOMME
FRIDAY, 29 NOVEMBER AT 14:00 HEAD OFFICE NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
11:00 ON FRIDAY, 13 DECEMBER 2013, IN THE TENDER BOX AT NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
FUNCTIONALITY, THEN 80/20 WHERE PRICE= 80 AND BBBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION=20
CLEANING OF THE SLUDGE LAGOON AT FLAG BOSHIELO PLANT
3CE OR HIGHER
MONDAY, 02 DECEMBER AT 14:00 AT FLAG BOSHIELO PLANT
13:00 ON FRIDAY 13 DECEMBER 2013, IN THE TENDER BOX AT NO. 01 LANDDROS MARE STREET IN POLOKWANE
FUNCTIONALITY, THEN 90/10 WHERE PRICE= 90 AND BBBEE STATUS LEVEL OF CONTRIBUTION=10
LNW 33/13/14 REFURBISHMENT OF MANHOLES ON MAINLINE FROM EBENEZER PLANT
CLOSING DATE, TIME AND PLACE
Despite falling agonisingly short to the rampant Free State Stars on Saturday Polokwane City Football Club Spokesperson, Patrick Baloyi is adamant that the club can reach the top eight bracket of the Premier Soccer League (PSL) before the Christmas break. City suffered their sixth loss of league after they were beaten 1-0 by Free State Stars at Bethlehem’s Goble Park. Their narrow defeat puts Bobbie Solomon’s men in the 14th position of the league with eight points after 10 games. In their previous encounters City managed to beat PSL big spenders Mamelodi Sundowns and Ajax Cape Town. In their last five matches before the Christmas break City will battle it out with the league title contenders Kaizer Chiefs, Moroka Swallows, Super Sport United, Mpumalanga Black Aces and University of Pretoria. “It is going to be tough playing against those teams, but again anything can happen in football. We have a good team that is determined to go far. We are confident that we will finish the league in the top eight bracket before the Christmas break,” Baloyi said. He also mentioned they will be going in the transfer market in January to bolster their team for the second round of the season. “It is important to strengthen the team because the league will be tougher and competitive in the second round,” Baloyi said.
Tender documents will be available from Friday, on 29 November 2013 at 12:00 from offices of Lepelle Northern Water situated at no. 01 Landdros Mare Street in Polokwane. Tenders not submitted in the tender box on the date and time stated above will be marked as late tenders and will not be considered. Procurement related enquiries may be directed to Mrs Rose Mulaudzi on 015 295 1871 and Technical enquiries to Mr. Aloiuos Chaminuka on 015 295 1834 from 8:00 to 16:00, Mondays to Fridays. MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS FOR (LNW 33/13/14, LNW 35/13/14, LNW 32/13/14, LNW 24/13/14, LNW 25/13/14) Only bidders who have submitted the following documents will be considered, namely: • Original and valid Tax clearance certificate issued by SARS • Company registration documents • Proof of CIDB registration and Grading required • Completed SBD forms (SBD4, SBD8,SBD9) • Compulsory site briefing attendance (Fill attendance register) • All bid documents must be completed in full and in blank ink (No correction fluid is allowed) • Letter of good standing (COIDA)
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The monthly Better Ball Stableford sponsored by KFC and PG Glass and played at Polokwane Golf Club was won by Anton van Dyk and Jan Nel.
OTHER REQUIREMENTS: • Certified ID copies of the company shareholders (Not copies of certified ID) • Proof of purchase of Bid Document • Municipal current rates account not more than three months in arrears should be submitted (proof of address similar to address of place of office operation). Lease Agreement or shareholders addresses acceptable as a proof of office address, but note that before appointment this will be verified. Lepelle Northern Water’s Tip-off HotLine Speak out against fraud and corruption Anonymous fraud hotline Details Free Call: 0800 20 48 57 Free Fax: 0800 00 77 88 Free Post: KZN 138 Umhlanga Rock, 4320 Email: email@example.com Website: www.tip-offs.com
PHOTO; JEFF RAYMOND
A Better Ball Stableford competition played at the Polokwane Golf Club last Saturday saw Sipho Thalane and Zach Chuenyane with 52 points leave the field of 135 standing. The second team came home on 45 points after a count in.
Silicon Smelters doen hul deel vir liefdadigheid Die Empire Electrical vierbalalliansie is as die span wat die beste geklee was in die onlangse Silicon Smelters Gholfdag vir Liefdadigheid aangewys en het ook tot ‘n rekordinsamelingsbedrag van R159 000 bygedra.
WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org Inwoners van die stad se harte klop warm vir liefdadigheid. Bewys hiervan is Silicon Smelters se onlangse gholfdag waartydens R249 000 vir liefdadigheid tydens die maatskappy se jaarlikse 4x4- en gholfdag ingesamel is. Volgens Jan Aucamp van Silicon Smelters het hul met die
The Celebrity Cyclists on their arrival at Hoërskool Pietersburg on Friday after their journey from Hartebeespoort to Polokwane to raise funds for Jumping Kids, an organisation which provides children with prosthetics.
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Sportsmen pedal to raise funds for charity C
elebrity cyclists pedalled for a good cause in the Celebrity Cycle Tour from Hartebeespoort to Polokwane in support of Jumping Kids to give children the ability to walk, run and jump to lead a normal life by providing them with prosthetics. The celebrities included Wynie Strydom, Team Manager of the Blue Bulls, current and former rugby
Alex van Dyk, who lost both legs in a horrific accident earlier this year, with his twin brother Gawie at BB Auto on Friday to meet the celebrity cyclists who raised funds for Jumping Kids.
Former Springbok rugby player, Breyten Paulse gives the thumbs-up on Friday after completing the Celebrity Cycle Tour.
4x4-dag in Julie R90 000 geïn en tydens die onlangse gholfdag ‘n rekordbedrag van R159 000. Die vorige rekord was R127 000 wat in 2011 ingesamel is. Die eerste tjek van R74 000 is onlangs aan Tafelronde 22 oorhandig wat op hul beurt R40 000 aan Akademie Reformia se Arendeklas, wat spesialiseer in leerders met spesiale behoeftes, oorhandig het.
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Die balans van R175 000 word in November aan verskeie liefdadigheidsorganisasies in Polokwane oorhandig. Silicon Smelters is tans besig met ‘n oudit van al die voorstelle wat van liefdadigheidsorganisasies in die stad ontvang is, voordat hulle die bedrag skenk.
Baroka continue with their winning streak
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November 21, 2013
players, Arno Botha, Helgard Muller, FA Meiring, Breyton Paulse and Vlok Cilliers, the legendary Comrades and ultra-marathon runner, Nick Bester, Olympic 400 m athlete, LJ van Zyl, para-athletes, Dane Wilson, Reuben van Niekerk and Arnu Fourie and well known South African singer and actor, Izak Davel. The BB Motor Group was one of the proud sponsors of the tour that ended at Hoërskool Pietersburg (PHS) on Friday. Part of the funds raised during the event will be used to provide PHS
learner, Alex van Dyk with prosthetics after his horrific accident earlier this year. The cyclists’ journey started at Meerhof School on 11 November and ended five days later in Polokwane in a bid to raise in excess of R500 000 for Jumping Kids. The celebrities pedalled the last leg of the route from the Protea Hotel Ranch Resort to PHS on Friday. All of them expressed their satisfaction afterwards on completing the long journey for the benefit of the children.
Baroka Football Club continued with their amazing run in the National First Division (NFD) when they clobbered a star studded African Warriors 2-0 on Sunday at the old Peter Mokaba Stadium to move from the 10th position to the 8th position of the log. Hlabane Kutumela and Kgotso Shabela scored for the GaMphahlele outfit in the first and the second half of the match. The NFD debutants showed resilience and zeal with emphatic wins against FC Cape Town and Maluti FET College in their previous encounters. “We are happy with the results and the overall performance of
the team in the league. We have got a lot of youngsters who are enjoying their football. They have been given a platform to showcase their talent and they are making use of every opportunity. Credit again must go to the management for their proper planning and the leadership,” Baroka Head Coach, Sello Chokoe said. He further pointed that they hope to continue with the same form when they travel to Cape Town tomorrow (Friday) to take on Chippa United. “Look, Chippa is a good team with a lot of experience. They have played in the Premier Soccer League so it is going to be a huge task for us but we are prepared for the duel,” Chokoe said.
Leopards face tricky encounter against Maluti FET HERBERT RACHUENE >>email@example.com Black Leopards Football Club Spokesperson, Berry Ramunenyiwa has described their match against Maluti FET at Seshego Stadium on Sunday as a tricky encounter given the team’s track record. Matuli FET made history in the South African football by becoming the first South African team in the third division to beat Confederation of Africa finalist Orlando Pirates in the Nedbank Cup earlier this year.
Since their promotion to the National First Division in August, Maluti has been in superb form. In their last nine matches they have managed to win three matches and draw four. They are currently in the 5th position of the log while Leopards are in the 10th position. “We are aware of their performance and what they did earlier this year. We respect them but we are well prepared for the match. We told the players that we have to fight like leopards this season in order to return to the Premier Soccer League,” Ramunenyiwa said. Plot 6, Palmietfontein Sel: 083 758 9231 Sel: 083 648 3282 Fax: 086 582 6139 Epos: firstname.lastname@example.org
GROOT REPO- EN MEUBELVEILING
Celebrities that participated in the BB Motor Group Celebrity Cycle Tour arrive at Hoërskool Pietersburg after completing the last leg of the journey on Friday.
DATUM: SATERDAG, 23 NOVEMBER 2013 TYD: 10:00 PLEK: ARK AFSLAERSPERSEEL (LEBOWAKGOMO-CHUENESPOORT PAD) (NABY SOUTH-GATE COUNTRY LODGE) MEUBELS: Groot hoeveelheid “Repo-meubels: Sitkamerstelle, televisiestelle, hoëtroustelle, skootrekenaars, rekenaars, hangkaste, kombuiskaste, yskaste, vrieskaste, muureenhede, dubbelbasisstelle, slaapkamerstelle en nog vele meer items. ANDERE: Bluetooth radio’s, 17-stuk potstelle, 32-stuk eetstelle, hi-fi’s, mikrogolfoond, DJ sisteem en sitkamerstelle, duvetstelle, basistelle, pakke seeppoeier en nog vele meer, te veel om op te noem. VOORWAARDES: Kontant, bankgewaarborgde tjeks of internetbetalings (internet-fasiliteit beskikbaar by kantoor) dieselfde dag van die veiling. Geen uitsondering sal gemaak word nie. AFSLAERSNOTA: Registrasiefooi van R1000-00 betaalbaar. Items is in ‘n baie goeie toestand. Baie mooi voorraad. Geen waarborg op items nie. BTW is betaalbaar op “REPO”meubels. Die afslaer behou die reg voor om enige items by te voeg of te onttrek sonder enige kennisgewing. Indien televisiestelle gekoop word, moet ‘n televisielisensie getoon word. Alle items moet verkoop word. Besigtiging Vrydag, 22 November 2013. Moenie hierdie veiling misloop nie! GROOT HOEVEELHEID MOOI EN GOEIE KWALITEIT MEUBELS!! ELKE SATERDAG 10:00 VEILING MET ‘N VLOOIMARK. VIR ENIGE NAVRAE KONTAK NIC OF ESTELLE DE BEER 083 758 9231 OF 083 648 3282
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The top of the range BMW HP2 Sport that will be ridden by the Zambesi Motorrad Endurance Racing team at the Bike SA 24-hour Endurance Race in Delmas during the first weekend in December.
ive motorbike racers from Polokwane will be participating and going all out to win in the tough Bike SA 24-hour Endurance Race at the Red Star Raceway in Delmas on 8 and 9 December. Team leader, Wian Erasmus, the BMW Boxer Motorcycle champion in 2004 and 2005, who participated in the 24-hour endurance race last year, is confident of a good showing by the Zambesi Motorrad Endurance Racing Team on the
Members of the Zambesi Motorrad Endurance Racing Team pictured during practice for the Bike SA 24-hour Endurance Race at Delmas over the weekend. In front are Jacques Botha and Leon Weterman. Standing at the back are Udo Paro, Simon Beaton, Eric Robinson, Wian Erasmus, Jaco Roux, Konrad Viljoen and André Senekal.
limited edition BMW HP2 Sport motorbike. The riders from Polokwane who make up the rest of the team are Eric Robinson, Simon Beaton, Jaco Roux and Quintin van Wyk. The only rider that is not from Polokwane is Konrad Viljoen, but he has a strong link to the city as his wife attended Capricorn High School. The rest of the group is made up of the technical team of Jacques Botha, Leon Weterman, Leon Meulman and André Senekal. The team had their first full practice session at the Delmas track over the weekend and according to Robinson are ready to give their best in two weeks time. Although the team experienced a slight hiccup during practise when one of their members had an accident, the bike remained unscathed and practise proceeded smoothly afterwards with everybody getting a feel of the powerful machine. Erasmus explained that the team has the right motorbike, superb riders, pit crew and the strategy team to win the race this year. “During endurance races it is important to ride consistently and smoothly. We have the right bike for the race as the BMW HP 2 is fuel efficient and not so heavy on tyre wear. It is a marathon race and not a sprint so the key element is consistency over a long period of time.” Robinson added that most of the team is used to sprint races so they have had to adapt to giving 80% over a long period of time and not 100% for a short period.
Aces decimates Stars in Platinum League WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org A rampant Aces Cricket Club made light work of a pathetic batting display by Stars 1 when they dismissed the entire side for a record score of only two runs in their Platinum League fixture at the Polokwane Cricket Club B-field on Sunday. According to Limpopo Impalas Cricket (LIC) media liaison officer, Sedibu Mohlaba the score could go down in the record books as the lowest score ever achieved by a senior club cricket team. He added that the scorecard has been forwarded to Cricket South Africa (CSA) to do research on whether it is the lowest total ever recorded in an official cricket match. LIC is waiting for a response from CSA that would put Aces in the Guinness Book of Records for bowling out the opposition for the lowest ever total.
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For the record, Stars won the toss and elected to bat first and recorded two runs all out in only 5,2 overs. Barend Jacobsz achieved the remarkable bowling figures of six wickets for no runs in 2,2 devastating overs. Although he failed to get a hat-trick, Jacobsz took four Stars wickets in his second over for an outstanding bowling achievement. His opening bowling partner, Henk Holtzhausen took the remaining two wickets to fall for only one run after three overs. Stars scored only one run off the bat, with the other run being a leg bye. Two of the Stars batsmen failed to pad up in time leading to the dismal performance by a team that was once rated among the top three cricket clubs in Limpopo. Aces captain, Andy Müller scored the winning runs with the second ball of their innings to complete a memorable victory for his side.
Entertainment World. Also known as cage fighting, MMA is one of the fastest growing sporting codes in the country with the Extreme Fighting Championship (EFC) Africa events at Carnival City growing in popularity. Now Polokwane’s favourite entertainment venue is bringing MMA to Limpopo with 20 fighters lining up for next Saturday’s tournament. Meropa Casino General Manager, Mr Clifford Ngakane is excited to be the host of the tournament and said the event is part of the bigger picture to make Meropa the leading entertainment destination in the province.
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The key role players in the Super 15 warm-up match to the city next year are Charles van Wyk (Deputy President of the BBRU Limpopo), Freddy Greaver (Polokwane Executive Mayor), Mamedupi Teffo (Member of the Mayoral Committee for Sport, Arts and Culture), Barend van Graan (CEO Blue Bulls Company) and Eugene Hare (CEO Blue Bulls Rugby Union).
Bulls against Stormers in Super 15 warm-up match WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org
fter seeing the Toyota Cheetahs in action against the Vodacom Blue Bulle in Super 15 warm-up matches in Polokwane for the past two years, the city’s rugby enthusiasts can look forward to a different scenario in 2014 with the announcement that the Blue Bulls will be taking on the DHL Stormers in Polokwane on 1 February. At the media announcement on Tuesday at the Peter Mokaba Stadium, Polokwane Executive Mayor Freddy Greaver said the municipality is proud to be associated with the Blue Bulls in bringing Super 15 warm-up matches to the city for the past two years. During the PHOTOS: WARREN BLUNT
Polokwane Executive Mayor Freddy Greaver at the announcement on Tuesday of the Super 15 warmup match next year between the Vodacom Blue Bulls and the DHL Stormers at the Peter Mokaba Stadium.
match against the Cheetahs earlier this year, 56 learners from disadvantaged backgrounds received sporting bursaries worth R920 000 to study further. At the media launch on Tuesday, Greaver announced that he has already secured R150 000 towards bursaries for next year from the company responsible for the water disruptions in the city last week when the water pipe supplying water from the reservoirs to the suburbs of Polokwane was damaged. Not to be outdone by the mayor, CEO of the Blue Bulls Company, Barend van Graan announced that the BBRU will add another R50 000 to the amount, with the result that R200 000 is already available for new bursaries in 2014 even before the match kicks-off in February 2014. Van Graan explained that the Blue Bulls in Pretoria have close links with Polokwane and the present three year contract for warm-up Super 15 matches at the Peter Mokaba Stadium with the municipality will end after the Stormers match. Both parties however agreed that the present good working relationship should lead to the renewal of the contract for the next three years. This means that the city’s rugby followers can be assured of warm-up Super 15 matches involving the Blue Bulls for the next four years. The matches also form part of the municipality’s Corporate Social Responsibility to provide bursaries for needy learners with sporting ability.
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Johnny Durandt, Pieter Venter, Rudolf Durandt, Haccum Hough, Sakkie Venter en Roelof van Breda sal Saterdag in die laaste rondte van die Polokwane Ovaalklub Klubkamioenskappe in aksie wees.
Laaste ovaalbaanaksie van die jaar WARREN BLUNT >>email@example.com Die wiele gaan Saterdag tol in die finale rondte van die Polokwane Ovaalklub Klubkampioenskappe buite die stad. Sake sal uitgespook word in al die klasse en die aksie behoort vuurwarm te wees tussen die stad se beste ovaalbaan-bestuurders. In die 2.0-liter gemodifiseerde-klas is Roelof van Breda die voorloper, maar hy sal Saterdag
moet uitkyk vir Pieter Venter, Johnny Durandt en Haccum Hough wat nie te ver van hom op die punteleer is nie. In die hitsmotor-klas is Stephan Weideman die voorloper met Allas Pienaar en Marius Fourie kort op sy hakke. ‘n Groot stryd kan ook in die Stockrod- en 1600-klasse verwag word. Die hekke open om 14:00 en oefenrondtes begin om 15:00. Die eerste wedrenne begin om 18:00 by die baan buite die stad by die Polokwane Skouterrein.
BMF & IDC golf day postponed to next year WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org The Black Management Forum (BMF) Limpopo and Industrial Development Corporation (IDC) Corporate Golf Day scheduled for last Friday has been provisionally postponed to 28 February 2014, at the request of the sponsors. The Chairperson of BMF Limpopo, Sam Maloka apologised to those who have already booked their places or sponsored a tee-box or
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Local golfer and graduate of the Goose Academy at the Polokwane Golf Club, CJ du Plessis led from start to finish in recording his first victory at the ninth IGT Qualifying School tournament at a windy Services Golf Club in Pretoria last Wednesday. The 22-year-old playing in his first season as a professional shot a closing round of 70 to finish four shots ahead of fellow rookie, Johan de Beer and collected a cheque of R8 400 for his maiden pro victory. Du Plessis seized a six-shot lead after a second round of 65 on the par-72 Services golf course after a brilliant eight under par 64 in the first round. The Polokwane professional was one of the country’s top ranked amateur golfers in 2012 and failed to meet his expectations in his rookie season. But his first victory has reinforced his belief that it is just a matter of time and the reward of lots of hard work. “It is such a huge relief to win,” du Plessis explained afterwards. “It is much tougher on the professional circuit than I ever PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Polokwane professional golfer, CJ du Plessis after claiming his maiden pro victory at the IGT Qualifying tournament at the Services Golf Club in Pretoria last Wednesday.
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imagined. The pressure is enormous and the more you struggle to qualify for a tournament or to make the cut, the more your confidence dwindles. I came close a few times this year on the IGT Tour, but always blew it in the final round. This time I am proud that I took it all the way to the podium.” Du Plessis has been campaigning on the IGT and Sunshine Tour all season. In recent weeks, he posted some good results and made two cuts in succession on the Sunshine Tour. His earnings from the recent Vodacom Origins of Golf and BMG Classic have left him inside the top 100 on the Order of Merit. He added that he needs to qualify and make the cut in the upcoming South African Open and Alfred Dunhill tournaments to keep his tour card and the recent victory has given him lots of confidence as his first season draws to a close.
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Multifaceted achiever ready for high school >> The Noordjie of the Year award is given to the best all-round student >> “My father is a teacher and this has always pushed me to make him proud” KESHIA J V RENSBURG >> email@example.com
esiree Buys is only 13 years old and already she is raking in the medals and trophies, not just on an academic level but also in her sport of choice, acrobatics. The culmination of her primary school career came in the form of Pietersburg-North Primary School’s recent academic prize-giving where she was awarded as the Duxlearner, the Noordjie of the Year and also subject winner of Afrikaans First Additional Language, Natural Sciences, Technology, Life Orientation and Arts and Culture. Her list of achievements is not even near the end yet with head girl of 2013 being her biggest personal achievement for this year.
The Noordjie of the Year award is given to the best all-round student who has performed outstandingly in all aspects of her school career, which includes academics, sport, cultural achievements and attendance of functions like school sports days and evening functions and how much you do for your school. Buys explains that her academic achievements are thanks to the motivation and support of her family and the fact that she wakes up every morning at 04:00 to study and prepare herself for the school day that lies ahead. “The friendly and patient teachers are always willing to go the extra mile and make sure everything they teach us is understood.” Through her tough academic schedule she still finds time for her second passion, which is acrobatics. “I started doing acrobatics almost ten years ago. I’ve always loved it.” Her acrobatics teacher, Ms Joline Oosthuizen, says she is one of her best students, if not the best at the moment. “She is currently busy with her junior exams and is a mere five examinations short of becoming a qualified acrobatics trainer. She already helps with the coaching of the little ones and is seen by many students, many older than her, as a shining example of what you can
achieve through hard work. I have known her for many years and with a heart as big as hers and a mind set to achieve, big things lie ahead for her.” As the last born child in a family of three, this young girl who is more than a decade junior to her siblings who are seventeen and fourteen years her senior, attributes her academic success to the fact that she has always paid attention in class and has never stopped believing in herself. “My father is a teacher and this has always pushed me to make him proud, my mother has always helped me study and that makes a real difference as some children never have the type of guidance I’m blessed with.” Buys will be attending PEPPS College next year where she aims to keep the Noordjie flag flying high. Although extremely excited about starting a new challenge as a high school learner, she is still doing so with a heavy heart. “Noordskool is where my roots are buried and that’s where it will always remain.” Mr Attie Visagie, headmaster of Pietersburg-North Primary School says Buys is one of those learners who make him proud. “She is a great child, both academically and personally and we will definitely miss her and her beaming smile.”
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Desiree Buys proudly poses with her trophies which includes Dux-learner.