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lik begin blaf en drie mans het vir Andrew in die gang getakel,” sê Magda. Die aanvallers het albei se hande met bindstroke (cable ties) vasgemaak, hulle monde met dasse toegebind en kleefband bo-oor geplak. Die televisie en haardroër se kabels is afgeknip om Andrew se voete vas te bind. “Hulle het my op die vloer in die slaapkamer neergegooi en die duvet oor my gegooi. Een van hulle het heeltyd op my gesit, my geslaan en ‘n okapi-mes teen my keel gedruk terwyl die ander my vrou in die voorhuis gemartel het. Ek het heeltyd gewonder wat hulle met haar doen,” sê Andrew, wie se kakebeen en twee ribbebene deur die aanvallers afgeslaan is. Hy het ook beserings aan sy lewer opgedoen. Na bl 2
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YOLANDE NEL >>observer.yolande@gmail. com The Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Limpopo threatened with rolling mass action calling for the resignation of Premier Stan Mathabatha and his Executive Council (Exco) if failing to address
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laarsmesse, juwele en geld uit die kluis sowel as geld uit my beursie gesteel het,” sê Magda. In ’n stadium het een vir Andrew van die vloer opgehelp en met ’n vuishou platgeslaan waarna hy op die bed te lande gekom het. “Ek het gemaak of ek bewusteloos is. Toe ek besef ek is alleen in die kamer het ek probeer om die noodknoppie agter die kopstuk van die bed te druk, maar kon nie bykom nie. Al het ek baie seer gehad, het ek aanhou probeer omdat ek geweet het hulle gaan ons doodmaak. Hulle het laat spaander toe die alarm begin loei,” sê Andrew. Die egpaar het nou drastiese stappe geneem om hulself te beveilig deur ‘n elektriese heining en sekuriteitstoerusting op die perseel aan te bring. “Ek is voorheen al twee keer in Polokwane gekaap en is redelik paraat, maar ons het mak geraak,” sê Andrew. Volgens hulle was die polisie, nooddienste en
gemeenskapspolisiëringforum (GPF) se reaksie puik. “Mediclinic Limpopo se diens was flink en professioneel. Ons kan nie genoeg dankie sê vir Polokwane se nooddienste en polisie nie. Selfs motorfietsryers van ‘n plaaslike klub het opgedaag en die aanvallers agterna gesit tot waar hulle by die treinspoor tussen Magna Via en Eduanpark verdwyn het,” sê Magda. Edwel GPF-voorsitter, Trevor van Niekerk het ook die polisie vir hul flink reaksie bedank. Polisiewoordvoerder, Lesiba Ramoshaba het die voorval bevestig en gesê nog geen arrestasies is gemaak nie. Die polisie het op die toneel tekens gevind wat moontlik deur die aanvallers as aanduiding gebruik is en tot die aanval gelei het. ‘n Gevoude draad op die toneel beteken glo daar is ‘n kluis in die huis en ‘n groen stukkie wol dui glo aan dat dit maklike teikens is en die aanval kan voortgaan.
Cosatu to act if Premier and Exco ignore 31 demands From page 1 told Polokwane Observer that they would not march a second time to have their demands on the various issues heard. If it went by without being responded to, the federation in Limpopo would embark on rolling mass action to call for the resignation of Mathabatha and his Exco in the same manner Cosatu did with former Premier Cassel Mathale and his executive. Cosatu addressed several compelling issues in two documents handed to acting Premier Rudolph Phala when the masses gathered below the bastion of Mowaneng in the sweltering sun around noon that day. Phala undertook to raise the issues with Mathabatha upon his return from China the following day. The documents, Twala indicated, were the result of extensive consultation with affiliates aimed at consolidating demands based on matters of concern to Cosatu members. The mandate to march followed the last Cosatu Provincial Executive Committee (PEC) meeting towards the end of September. Most crucial to Cosatu is the immediate total withdrawal of the national intervention team in terms of Section 100(1)(a) rule from the province. Another issue requiring attention, according to Cosatu, is the shortage of medicine, attention to equipment in need of repair and long waiting periods at healthcare facilities in the province. Twala raised the view that patients should wait 30 minutes to the utmost upon arrival at a healthcare facility to be attended to. Anything longer than that put patients at risk. On the many challenges with regards to equipment and medicine shortages he said excuses were unacceptable. “The time for excuses is over.” Many political changes had characterised the Department of Health – not unlike other departments - and it was crucial for the MEC to be kept in the position to create stability, he reckoned. While vacancies for nurses and doctors prevailed within the Department of Health, similar circumstances were experienced in other government departments where key positions were not being filled. The situation, he pointed out, has prevailed since the arrival of the administrators in Limpopo. In one of their two memoranda of demands Cosatu in the province raised the matter of de-
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tenderisation of the state and on this Twala said the federation did not believe in profiling services through tenders. He raised the opinion that government departments and municipalities should take over the provision of services in cases of it not being a specialised service to be rendered. In the same vein they would want to see government doing away with tenders for feeding schemes at schools across the province and rather empower communities to establish cooperatives to take over that responsibility in order to reduce poverty and unemployment, he indicated. Paid parking by government employees at their places of employment or insufficient parking bays on government premises also remained a headache for Cosatu members and Twala suggested it be removed and a way found to address the problem. On Cosatu demanding the nationalisation of private prisons he said the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru) was very clear on the problems within such institutions and suggested that government should run its own correctional facilities. Another pressing matter which Cosatu highlighted is that of municipalities not doing well in terms of governance and service delivery, a concern to affiliate South African Municipal Workers Union (Samwu). Referring to traces of alleged corruption and maladministration in many of the local government structures in the province, Twala reiterated the demand for six municipalities across Limpopo to be put under administration. The fact that the majority of municipalities was struggling could be attributed to the lack of capable leaders – both politically and administratively – being entrusted with critical positions, he indicated. He said generally they were not happy with the appointment of individuals in crucial posts in departments and parastatals without the necessary screening being done beforehand, which was a tell-tale sign that the relevant processes were not being followed. Academic qualifications being doubted are those of the Chief Executive Officer of Gateway Airports Authority Limited (Gaal), a claim made in the one memorandum and a follow-up media statement which Twala issued on Monday. Cosatu in Limpopo demanded of the Premier to suspend Gaal CEO Thulani Zulu with immediate effect or that he resigned and of the Police and Public Protector to urgently investigate his qualifications, Twala stated. Zulu’s office indicated he was not available on Tuesday. A message on his cell phone for comment to Polokwane Observer’s story was not responded to.
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ust as some residents exhaled again after experiencing the brunt of the weekend’s countrywide load shedding, they were confronted with warnings of the city’s water supply being under strain a day later. All is not doom and gloom though, as Polokwane Executive Mayor Thembi Nkadimeng announced that approval was awaited on an application to the Department of Water and Sanitation for getting additional water to the city. She was briefing the media on her first 100 days in office during a session held at the time of going to press. This week the realities of the demand for a life-sustaining resource apparently surpassing the supply and ageing infrastructure challenges had an effect on already burdened ratepayers and local business. On Monday a health club reportedly informed its members by bulk text message that the gym was closed due to water shortages. The same day already burdened ratepayers were urged by a media statement issued by Polokwane Municiaplity Communications and Marketing Manager Tidimalo Chuene
to use water sparingly. By then water supply was under strain and could not cope with the demand. The levels of reservoirs were very low, resulting in water shortages in some residences in high lying areas, she stressed. “The problem persists even though Lepelle Northern Water (LNW) is pumping more water to Polokwane. Residents and members of the public are urged to use water sparingly and refrain from watering gardens.” At the time water reservoir levels were at a reading that saw the 30 mega litre reservoir empty, the 50 mega litre reservoir being left with 10% of its capacity, the one in Potgieter Avenue with 88%, the one in Extension 34 with 95% and the one serving Seshego with 52%. Chuene concluded with the undertaking of supplying water tankers to areas where shortages were being experienced as and when necessary. By Tuesday things were looking up. Then the 30 mega litre reservoir had filled up to 19% of its capacity, the 50 mega litre reservoir having 4% more than the previous day, the one in Potgieter Avenue was at 92% of its capacity, in Extension 34 was filled up to 95% of its capacity and the reser-
voir in Seshego was filled up to 65% of its capacity. Early on in the weekend a resident of Thornhill alerted Polokwane Observer to a crisis that has been going on for at least three to four days towards month end over the past three months. The source alluded to the fact that the situation has led to a health hazard relating to ablution facilities not working properly. He indicated when confronted about the situation, the municipality informed him that the reservoir was empty. “Why wait until it gets empty before re-filling it? Is there no monitoring of water levels in Polo kwane? We are tired and frustrated as this is now a recurring problem and the municipality doesn’t seem to be interested in finding a solution. I have been patient until now but my patience is running out.” Asked for comment Polokwane Municipality spokesperson Malesela Maubane said the demand for water surpassed the supply in Polokwane even though LNW was supplying more water to the city. He alluded to earlier announcements for plans to have ageing infrastructure and water supply addressed.
Boy Mamabolo threatens with legal battle YOLANDE NEL >>email@example.com A matter between African National Congress (ANC) Milo Malatjie Branch Chairperson Boy Mamabolo and one of Polokwane’s most prestigious institutions could end in court if his threats to obtain an interdict against the private school get carried through. Having recuperated from injuries inflicted during the much-publicised Waterland shooting in mid-September, he has now taken up the fight to secure a space for his six-year-old son in a local private school of choice where his name was put on a waiting list. In an interview with Polokwane Observer this week Mamabolo indicated his threatening legal battle was based on allegations of a race card being played by the school. He explained that he intended enrolling his boy whose name is being withheld - with Mitchell House Preparatory School but has been turned away even after being among the first to submit an application in May this year. He explained he wanted to secure the best education for his son and therefore had his hopes on Mitchell House. After having passed the assessment in mid-August there had been no news forthcoming on the application and even while spending three weeks in hospital
recovering from the gunshot wounds he was informed by his mother that there had been no feedback as yet. He mentioned he became worried. Upon further enquiry last month he had been told that his son was on a waiting list because the school had to accommodate other kids first in the light of an overwhelming number of applications, he said. Later he was informed that the school had to give first preference to the siblings of existing learners, he added. According to him he was denied the privilege of seeing the names of the intakes for Grade 1 for next year. As the matter could not be amicably solved during a meeting with Mitchell House Headmaster Andrew Cook on 16 October, he demanded to address the School Governing Body (SGB) as the relevant structure to take the final decision, Mamabolo reckoned. He added that he was still awaiting response to his request. He had given the school until 15 November to get back to him. Wanting to pursue all possible options he said he now intended taking the matter further by considering the legal route of interdicting the institution - which would impact on the Grade 1 school year - until his son’s application was being reconsidered. Although keeping in mind that the school is a private
institution, he had already contacted the Department of Education early this week, he indicated. The conversation turned to the incident of 14 September, which Mamabolo referred to as a life-changing experience that opened his eyes and made him realise God gave him a second chance. He did not want to comment on the pending court matter for which he had been subpoenaed later this month as it was sub judice. He, however, was willing to state that he would not retaliate but expressed the hope that justice would be served. In his response Cook said he agreed to Mamabolo acquainting himself with the acceptance list on one condition that if Mamabolo found there was no racial bias to the list as he claimed, Mamabolo would agree to an unconditional apology for casting aspersions on the phase head’s veracity and the integrity of the institution itself. That, in the presence of witnesses, Mamabolo agreed to do, he said. On scrutiny of the acceptance list it was clear that there was no evidence of racial bias and Mamabolo gave an unreserved apology, according to him. Cook expressed surprise at Mamabolo’s account of events which he reckoned was at such odds with what happened at their meeting.
Polisie forseer weg oop om raadslede te verwyder RC Myburgh >>firstname.lastname@example.org Die polisie het bevestig dat lede van die taktiese reaksie- en die openbare orde-eenheid Maandagmiddag die hek by die Mogalakwena Munisipaliteitkantore oopgebreek het om nege afgedankte raadslede van die perseel te verwyder. Ronel Otto, provinsiale polisiewoordvoerder sê benewens die hek wat op die munisipale perseel oopgebreek is, is die deur wat na die raadsaal lei op versoek van die nuwe raad oopgedwing. “Die insident volg nadat nege raadslede vroeër afgedank is, maar geweier het om die perseel te verlaat. Die Noord-Gautengse Hooggeregshof
het hul appél teen hul afdanking afgekeur en hul verskeie kere geleentheid gegee om die perseel te verlaat. Hulle het egter geweier en die polisie se hulp is ingeroep om die nege raads lede te verwyder en die nuwes tot in die raadsaal te begelei,” sê Otto. Die burgerregte-organisasie AfriForum se hoof van gemeenskaps veiligheid, Ian Cameron sê in ‘n persverklaring die polisie se besetting van die munisipaliteit in Mokopane kan ingevolge wetgewing, potensieel as ’n daad van terrorisme gesien word. Mogalakwena Munisipaliteit se woordvoerder, Malesela Selokela het bevestig dat die polisie die hekke en raadsaaldeur van die munisipaliteit beskadig en nege raadslede van die
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Left: Acting Premier Rudolph Phala briefly studies one of the memoranda by the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Limpopo. Right: Dance and song before the start of the march.
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emands for the immediate withdrawal of the national intervention team and having six municipalities across the province put under administration were some of the major issues contained in memoranda handed over to the provincial government on behalf of affiliates of the Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) in Limpopo when taking to the streets of Polokwane with a mass march last Thursday. An estimated more than 4 000 Limpopo workers participated in the mass action, joined by alliance partners African National Congress (ANC) and South African Communist Party (SACP). After getting off to a rickety start following a delay of some two and a half hours and withstanding the scorching heat, a colourful mass made their voices heard. Their placards – some more profound than others - addressed an array of issues that varied from wanting to see an end to the state tender system to regulating health fees. Addressing a gathering that ended at the Premier’s Office after the march from SABC Park in the main street, Cosatu Provincial Secretary Gerald Twala demanded the departure of the national intervention team within 30 days as stipulated in the one memorandum and a three-week formal response to the second containing 30 pressing demands of concern to Limpopo’s workers. Copies of the memoranda were handed to Provincial Treasury MEC Rudolph Phala, who stood in for Premier Stan Mathabatha and undertook to bring the documents to the Premier’s attention upon his return from a mission to China the following day. Cosatu’s demands as reflected in the second
document relate to, among others, the filling of all budgeted vacant positions in all departments, the urgent end to payment of parking bays, the re-opening of nursing schools and colleges as well as teacher’s colleges, norms and standards monies to be deposited to schools in two trenches and on time, improvement of school infrastructure and programmes to fast track provision of ablution facilities in schools, de-tenderisation of the state, abolishment of the tender system on the procurement for foodstuff on the National Schools Nutrition Programme (NSNP) to be replaced with a transparent and open community cooperative system, consistent supply of medicines and food for patients in hospitals and at clinics, doing away with labour brokering, outsourcing and privatisation,an immediate end to racism in the Police Service, nationalisation of private prisons and in particular Kutama-Sinthumule Prison, ending of victimisation of shop stewards across the board, the immediate resignation of the Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of Mankweng, Polokwane and other provincial hospitals for allegedly victimising union members and shop stewards, in-sourcing of laundry services at hospitals, the immediate resignation of the Gateway Airport Authority Limited (Gaal) CEO for alleged fraudulent qualifications and calling on the Public Protector to launch an investigation, the dissolution of the GAAL Board with immediate effect, the dismissal of municipal managers who consistently obtain disclaimers and adverse audit opinions, the municipalities of Bela-Bela, Lephalale, Mopani District, Phalaborwa, Mookgophong and Greater-Tubatse to be put under administration by the provincial government, a corruption probe by the Special Investigation Unit (SIU) into all municipalities in the province and the immediate convening of a local government lekgotla as well as a provincial mining indaba.
Nigeria Church survivors speaks out HERBERT RACHUENE >>firstname.lastname@example.org Fauna Park resident Rachel Sithole is one of the South Africans who survived the recent collapse in Nigeria of a building belonging to the Synagogue Church of All Nations. Eightyfour South African citizens died in the incident. Sithole, who was trapped under the debris for 24 hours said she was convinced that she would come alive from the disaster. Recalling the nightmare experience shared with hundreds of worshippers who were trapped she said: “It was difficult for us. Everything just happed so fast. We were seated in a dining hall and just about to have our meal. We heard a huge sound and then the building and the surface on which I was standing collapsed. People panicked and were crying for help. We had to gather ourselves, we prayed and the prayer sustained us.” Sithole who sustained injuries to her leg and her hip said she was lucky to have come out alive after so many people died during the
Khathutshelo Ramovha, of Tshirolwe village outside Makhado, Betty Mashilo from Phokoane village in Jane Furse and Rachel Sithole from Fauna Park, Polokwane agree that they were saved by the grace of God when a building in Nigeria, belonging to the Synagogue Church of All Nations, collapsed recently and left them trapped inside for hours. PHOTOS: SUPPLIED
incident. “It was the first time I visited Nigeria and I want to thank God for giving me a second chance in life,” she said. Fellow survivor, Betty Mashilo from Phokoane Village in Jane Furse gave thanks to God for saving her after she was trapped for 13 hours. “It was my second time going there to worship. I went there last year December to seek help after I was diagnosed with womb cancer. I could not get help here at home. I went to several doctors here at home and I could not get healed. Someone told me about the church, Prophet TB Joshua and how he has helped lots of people in my situation. I then decided to go back in September this year to thank him for saving my life and healing my womb and also to enjoy fellowship with other worshippers,” Mashilo said. She said when the incident happened she thought of her family, especially her children. “We were just sitting at the dining hall waiting to be served and all of a sudden the building collapsed and there were a lot of people screaming. I was shocked because I have never been in that kind of situation before. We were rescued by divine power,” Mashilo said. Khathutshelo Ramovha from Tshirolwe village outside Makhado was in Lagos to get spiritual healing from Joshua at the time of the incident. He recalled the huge relief he felt when he realised that his life had been spared. Ramovha described the incident as one those he would rather forget. “It was traumatising. We spent nearly 13 hours inside the building without help. Because of the Lord we were saved and I would like to thank Him for giving me a second chance to live.” Ramovha is the author of a book titled ‘He is more than just a God’. He explained that his book encourages people to become Christians and also enlightens others about the power and second coming of Christ.
Lim’s beauty queen escapes OBSERVER 5 claws of armed robbers November 6, 2014
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holofelo Lekganyane, Miss Limpopo 2014 and well known local activist against women and child abuse nearly became part of the crime statistics on Saturday evening when she narrowly escaped the claws of three suspected armed robbers who held up and robbed her at a traffic light in Mankweng. “I feared for my life as I remained quiet behind the steering wheel listening to the robbers’ conversation about whether they should take my car or not. It continuously flashed through my mind that they are either going to rape or kill me,” Lekganyane said on Tuesday. Returning from Venda on Saturday evening she was making her way back to the University of Limpopo, where she is a student, she stopped at a traffic light close to campus. “One of my doors was probably not properly closed so the automatic door locking system did not lock all the doors. It was around 22:00 when three men suddenly approached my vehicle from behind. Two of them got into my car with one of them pointing a knife at me. The other one scavenged through my belongings,” she said. The men allegedly had a conversation on whether they should take her vehicle or not. “I just kept quiet and thought about the worst that could happen to me. One of them demanded the car keys,” she said. Lekganyane’s life was saved when a patrolling Police vehicle approached the scene. “When the men saw the Police they scrammed. The Police gave chase but the robbers managed to get away. Police said they were probably foreigners,” she cited. Lekganyane was robbed of her cell phone, clothes and food she bought earlier. “It could have been worse. I guess I am lucky to get away with it unharmed and decided not to open a case with the Police,” she said, cautioning drivers to be alert when they stop at traffic lights. The incident occurred almost a week after she donated blankets, food, clothes, shoes and cooking utensils to Emily Seimela from Extension 78 whose house was allegedly burnt down by her son. “I was devastated when I heard about the incident and needed to act. I also plead with other people who are in a position to help, to extend a helping hand,” she said. Seimela was also provided with a new mattress and a new structure was erected next to the demolished shack for her to stay in.
Miss Limpopo 2014, Kholofelo Lekganyane, far right, and her friend Ivy Maponya with household necessities they donated to Emily Seimela, middle, of Extension 78 whose house burnt down recently. Photo: Supplied
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Ext 73 processes still unfolding YOLANDE NEL >>firstname.lastname@example.org A mass gathering by concerned residents of Extension 73 re-elected a new preferred Project Steering Committee (PSC) after last week’s uproar that ended in intervention by the Speaker of Polokwane Municipality. Members of the community were initially against the appointment of the PSC and a Community Liaison Officer (CLO) whom they accused of being associated with Ward Councillor Tebogo Mojapelo, even before last week’s start of a multi-million Rand roads construction project in the area. Prior to the appointment of the CLO they already expressed dissatisfaction with the councillor allegedly exercising her preferences for names of members to serve on the PSC. The preferred CLO was forced off the site by angry community members last Tuesday at the onset of the project, demanding that someone from their extension should be appointed as CLO. The roads construction project entails, among others, the tarring of a 2 km-stretch of road that runs past their extension to Extension 76 along the road to Ga-Matlala. A meeting between community representatives and the Speaker of Polokwane was held last Tuesday, followed by a mass gathering late last Wednesday afternoon for a re-run of the process overseen by officials of Polokwane
Municipality’s Public Participation Unit accompanied by Mojapelo. On Tuesday it was learnt that no CLO had been appointed as yet due to the fact that the first CLO was threatening to take the municipality to court. According to information a meeting between representatives of the municipality and the community to discuss the matter was scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. It was evident that the majority of those present was female, a factor ascribed to the men from the area still out working and that many households in the area being headed by women. According to information there was a call for calm prior to the start of the meeting. After the election of the committee members Mojapelo addressed the community saying that the project would proceed in the rightful manner. She called for the CVs and documents for application for the position of CLO to be dropped off at the municipal offices the next morning. South African National Civic Organisation (Sanco) Ward Chairperson Botha Mphahlele, who was elected onto the new PSC, said the community had in mind their own preferred candidate as CLO to liaise on their behalf. At the time of going to press Polokwane Municipality spokesperson Malesela Maubane said a meeting between the Speaker and community representatives was ongoing.
Popcru hosts conference, celebrates 25th anniversary RC MYBURGH >>email@example.com A full four day programme hosted by the Police and Prisons Civil Rights Union (Popcru) Central Executive Committee (CEC) saw 750 union delegates from across the country gathering at Protea Hotel Ranch Resort since Sunday. Popcru National Communications Officer, Theto Mahlakoana at the gathering said the event started on Sunday and would end yesterday (Wednesday) when the union celebrated its 25th anniversary with representatives from the African National Congress (ANC), South African Communist Party (SACP) and Congress of South African Trade Unions (Cosatu) among those delivering messages of support. “The CEC is responsible for the management of the union’s affairs and guides the board direction on organisational, political, educational and policy issues. The gathering was addressed by, among others, Cosatu President Sdumo Dlamini and National Department of Correctional Services acting Commissioner Zach Modise. Representatives from Popcru’s alliance partners such as the South African Police Service (SAPS), Department of Justice and
Zach Modise, acting Commissioner of the National Department of Correctional Services prior to addressing the Popcru delegates on Monday. Correctional Services and the Department of Transport, Safety and Liaison were scheduled to address the committee. Several commissions and plenary sessions were held behind closed doors. On the planned implementation of an agenda which will ensure better working conditions within correctional services, Modise said: “We appreciate and recognise the role of Popcru in supporting the transformation agenda. Much has still to be done but it is important to acknowledge the progress thus far that would not have been possible in the absence of Popcru’s valuable inputs.” He concluded saying that the department would not be able to deliver on its mandate without the positive influence of people of Popcru and that everyone’s efforts are appreciated.
Lenize Potgieter, Protea-netbalspeler ontslaan na ernstige botsing RC MYBURGH >>firstname.lastname@example.org Die voormalige leerder aan Hoërskool Pietersburg (PHS) en Protea-netbal- en ringtennisspeler, Lenize Potgieter wat op 11 Oktober in ‘n motorongeluk beseer is, is verlede week uit die Montana Netcare Hospitaal ontslaan. Haar ma, Heleen sê sy sterk goed aan en haar beserings genees na wense. “Sy is ongelukkig haar plek in die Protea o.23-fast five netbalspan wat na Nieu-Seeland toer, kwyt as gevolg van haar beserings,’ sê Heleen.
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Makhado nou weer Louis Trichardt RC MYBURGH >>email@example.com Na langer as agt jaar se baklei en ure se tyd wat in howe deurgebring is, het die Noord-Gautengse Hooggeregshof in Pretoria verlede Donderdag beslis dat Louis Trichardt sy naam sal behou, maar die beslissing kom teen ‘n prys. Soutpansberg Sakekamer-voorsitter, Pieter Els sê astronomiese bedrae is spandeer as gevolg van die naamsverandering na Makhado ‘n paar jaar gelede. Die Louis Trichardt-voorsittersvereniging het die aansoek om die behoud van die dorp se naam in 2012 by die Hooggeregshof ingedien
sodat die besluit van Paul Mashatile, voormalige minister van kuns en kultuur om die dorp se naam na Makhado te verander, op hersiening geneem word. In Oktober 2011 het Mashatile die naamsverandering in die Staatskoerant aangekondig waarna die vereniging met ‘n griefskrif met sowat 7 000 handtekeninge daarteen geappelleer het. Provinsiale regering-woordvoerder, Phuti Seloba sê die provinsiale regering is besig om die beslissing van die hof te bestudeer. “Sodra daar deeglik oor die beslissing gekonsulteer is, sal ons die pad vorentoe aankondig. Ons pleit by mense om kalm te bly totdat die regsprosesse afgehandel is,” sê Seloba.
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UL awards excellence in research, teaching and learning
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Winner of the highest accolade of the day, Best Overall Researcher, Prof Tebogo Mothiba, middle, is congratulated by Impala Platinum Chairperson, Dr Khotso Mokhele and UL ViceChancellor, Prof Mahlo Mokgalong HERBERT RACHUENE >>firstname.lastname@example.org
he efforts and achievements of teachers and researchers in all academic spheres of the University of Limpopo (UL) were recognised last Friday during the Vice Chancellor’s Research, Teaching and Learning Excellence Awards hosted at a venue in Polokwane. The awards aim to recognise and encourage emerging and established researchers at the university as well as promoting research among female teachers of the Institution. UL Vice-Chancellor and Principal, Prof Mahlo Mokgalong welcomed the guests and later, assisted by Impala Platinum Chairperson, Dr Khotso Mokhele, handed over the accolades. Mokgalong said: “With the awards we are applauding excellent work done by the researchers. We are celebrating their excellent work and hope they will inspire others.” In the category for Teaching and Learning Excellence the awards went to Professors Oliver Mtapuri and Blessy Sekome and Dr Suresh Singh. Singh, received the award for Best Established Teacher and prize money worth R75 000. Sekome was named Best Overall Upcoming Teacher and Mtapuri Best Established Teacher in the Turfloop Graduate School of Leadership. Prof Tebogo Mothiba of the Faculty Health Sciences received the Best Overall Researcher Award that came with a prize money of
R80 000. Prof Owence Chabaya, Assosciate Professor in the Centre for Academic Excellence was named Best Female Researcher and also received the award for Best Established Teacher. Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele was named Best Established Researcher in the School of Pathology and Pre-Clinical Sciences and was also recognised as the researcher who generated the largest research income at the university. Prof Indran Govender won the award as Best Established Researcher. He is Senior Lecturer and Principal Specialist in the Department of Family Medicine and Primary Health Care on the Medunsa Campus. His prize money amounted to R75 000. Prof Tholene Sodi was named the Best Established Researcher in the School of Social Sciences and Prof Israel Kibirige in the School of Education. Mothiba was overwhelmed at being named the best researcher overall and said when she entered the competition she did not think of winning because of the people she was competing against. “I am happy to have won the award. This makes me appreciate my job even more,” she said. She also said she dedicated the award to her best friend and mentor Sonto Maputle, a fellow Professor at the University of Venda. “She always believed in me and she is the one who introduced me to the research programme and I am thankful for that,” Mothiba said.
Prof Jeffrey Mphahlele, middle, Best Researcher in the School of Pathology and PreClinical Sciences and the researcher who generated the largest research income at the university.
Best Female Researcher and Best Established Researcher in the Centre for Academic Excellence, Prof Owence Chabaya, middle, is congratulated by Impala Platinum Chairperson, Dr Khotso Mokhele and UL Vice- Chancellor Prof Mahlo Mokgalong.
>> The awards aim to recognise and encourage emerging and established researchers at UL as well as promoting research among female teachers.
Prof Indran Govender, middle, winner of the Best Established Researcher award at UL.
Prof Tholene Sodi, middle, won the Award for Best Established Researcher in the School of Social Sciences.
Town pool remains closed OBSERVER despite numerous enquiries WARREN BLUNT >>email@example.com
hile Polokwane Observer highlighted the fact that the Polokwane swimming pool still remains closed two months into summer the Polokwane Municipality is doing nothing to communicate on the matter despite a provincial swimming gala being scheduled to be held at the pool in two weeks time. It has now also come to the attention of Polokwane Observer that international funding was secured through Swimming South Africa (SSA) for the pool to be heated in order to facilitate the development of swimming in the province. Once the pool heating system has been installed the pool will be suitable for use throughout the year. Municipal swimming pools countrywide are supposed to officially open on 1 September to coincide with the advent of spring and the start of the summer swimming season. During the winter months when the pools are closed general maintenance and repairs if necessary, are then meant to take place. It has been established from sources within the municipality that repairs to the scum channels around
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the pool and leaks from the aging expansion joints in both the diving and swimming pools need to be carried out before any of the pools can be filled with water. Despite the bidding process for quotes for the repairs to be done being at an advanced stage, the organisers of the swimming gala with the assistance of Democratic Alliance (DA) Councillor in the Polokwane Municipality, Roelof Lourens have been frantically trying to get clarification on when the repairs will be completed. Polokwane Observer also failed to solicit any comment from the municipality, despite numerous phone calls and emails to the municipal communications and marketing department. When Polokwane Observer visited the town pool on Friday both swimming pools were empty, but the grass area around them was cut and municipal workers busy with their daily chores. One of the organisers of the Limpopo Swimming Championships, Ockert Vermeulen has been trying since last week to arrange a meeting with Polokwane Municipalityâ€™s Director of Community Development Services, Ndavhe Ramakuela to find out if they can continue hosting the swimming gala as scheduled. Vermeulen said PHOTOS: WARREN BLUNT
The 50 m swimming and diving pools at the municipal pools remain empty more than two month after the facility was meant to reopen for summer.
that despite assurances by Ramakuela that a meeting would be held last Friday, nothing has materialised and further enquiries by SMS to his cell phone and by telephone to his office remain unanswered. Vermeulen continued that SSA has encouraged the Limpopo Swimming Association to fast track swimming development to previously disadvantaged swimmers and the town pool is an important venue for this to take place, but the swimming pool has remained closed since the start of summer. He confirmed that international funding has been acquired for the swimming pool to be heated. Lourens confirmed that international funding for the heating of the swimming pool for the purpose of swimming development was approved at a council meeting in August, and work on the project should already have started. At the time of going to print, no comment had been received from the Polokwane Municipality despite numerous requests both telephonically and by email. So for now the swimmers and residents of the city will remain in the dark as to why the swimming pool remains closed with the school holidays fast approaching.
>> International funding for pool to be heated >> Meeting with officials on Friday not adhered to
Juju assault case withdrawn
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Global Strake Security has withdrawn the case of assault and pointing of a firearm it opened against Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) Commanderin-Chief Julius Malema and one of his security guards nearly two weeks ago. The two charges as well as a charge of malicious damage to property were laid at the Polokwane Police Station after an alleged confrontation between Malema, one of his body
guards and a security guard in the employ of Global Strake Security at a music festival hosted at Peter Mokaba Stadium. Provincial Police Spokesperson Ronel Otto at the time said the alleged argument between the parties began after Malema and his entourage supposedly wanted to leave the stadium through an entrance only gate. “It was alleged that an argument erupted after the guard refused to let them out and asked them to use the exit gate. Malema allegedly
then pushed the guard while one of his body guards pointed a firearm at the security officer,” Otto said. On Tuesday Otto confirmed that the cases had been withdrawn with no reason given. “The complainant decided to withdraw the cases after which the Police sent the docket to the senior prosecutor who decided to dismiss all charges,” Otto said. Global Strake Security Media Relations Officer Phoda Mapeka was not available to provide reasons for the decision to withdraw the case.
Boshielo and two others in court February 2015 RC MYBURGH >>email@example.com Former Education Department Head Benny Boshielo, Anna-Marié Gordan, a senior administration officer at the Department of Education and the former departmental Bid Adjudicating Committee (BAC) Chairperson, Marinda Malele will appear in court again on 5 February next year facing fraud charges allegedly involving close to R70 million. Malele was only arrested days after Boshielo and Gordan made their first appearance in the Polokwane Magistrate’s Court in September. Boshielo was then granted R5 000 bail and Gordan R1 000. Hawks Spokesperson Paul Ramaloko said Malele appeared in court on 10 October on the same
fraud charges and was granted bail of R10 000. “The trio appeared again on Tuesday and the case was remanded to next year when a trial date will be determined. It is likely that the case will be transferred to the Seshego Magistrate’s Court,” Ramaloko said. The charges relate to a mobile classroom project dating back to February and March 2010. Ramaloko previously said the Department of Education issued a three-month tender for the construction of mobile classrooms at different schools across the province but once the period had lapsed Gordan allegedly changed the minutes of the bid committee meeting to turn it into a six-month contract. Boshielo allegedly approved the funds for the extended period.
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David Mamvura, ook bekend as die vermeende hamermonster het verlede Donderdag weer in die Polokwane Landdroshof verskyn waar sy borgtogaansoek misluk het en hy weer volgende Woensdag sal verskyn. Hy bly in aanhouding. Mamvura wat na bewering vir langer as twee jaar inwoners van die stad geteister het en vermoedelik met nege sake van huisbraak en verkragting in die stad verbind kan word, is aan die einde van Augustus in die middestad in hegtenis geneem. Volgens die polisie word Mamvura daarvan verdink dat hy ongeveer twee jaar gelede ‘n egpaar in Eduanpark aangeval en die man erg met ‘n hamer aangerand het. Die vrou is vermoedelik verkrag. Hy het net met twee selfone gevlug. Twee maande later het hy vermoedelik in Du Plessisstraat ‘n 22-jarige vrou vasgebind en verkrag en glo met ‘n televisie, skootrekenaar en selfoon gevlug.
Alleged ritual killer on trial next year
Ernest Malatji who is accused of allegedly murdering Kgomotso Ragolane in January appeared in the Nkowankowa Magistrate’s Court last Thursday where the case was postponed to 20 April 2015 when he will stand a four day trial in the Sekgosese High Court. Malatji faces charges of kidnapping, rape, murder and mutilation of the 19 year-old Ragolane’s body at Rhelela Village just outside Tzaneen. Her mutilated body was found by a passerby. Reportedly one of her arms had been cut off and her abdomen cut open. Malatji’s court appearance April was marked by several days of violent community protest which ended when Police allegedly shot and killed three residents. It is reported protesters set alight three houses and destroyed a sat-
ellite Police station while 15 Police officers were injured.
Twee weer in hof oor moord
Die twee mans, Papiki Mokoena en Eric Mthombeni wat van die moord op Sarel Janse van Rensburg op ‘n plaas in die Laersdrift-omgewing naby Dullstroom op 18 September verdink word, het Dinsdag weer in die Middelburg Landdroshof verskyn, maar die polisie kon teen druktyd nie die uitkoms van die verskyning bevestig nie. Janse van Rensburg was alleen op die plaas toe twee mans hom vermoedelik vir werk en water gevra het. Provinsiale polisiewoordvoerder, Ronel Otto het voorheen gesê die mans het Janse van Rensburg huis in agtervolg, oorval en glo met ‘n mes in die bors gesteek en na bewering ook in die kop geskiet. Die mans het glo met ‘n geldtrommel en huishoudelike items gevlug waarna plaaswerkers hulle deur die veld sien hardloop het en die polisie ontbied is.
Aanvallers op boer steeds soek
‘n Onbekende aantal aanvallers wat na bewering Maandagoggend ‘n boer van Mooketsi in die Tzaneenomgewing in sy huis met ‘n panga aangeval en beseer het, is steeds soek. Provinsiale polisiewoordvoerder, Ronel Otto sê ‘n polisietaakspan is saamgestel om die saak te ondersoek. “Die 70-jarige man het glo ernstige kopbeserings opgedoen en is na ‘n hospitaal in Tzaneen vervoer waar hy behandel en ontslaan is,” sê Otto. Sy sê die boer het omstreeks 01:00 voetstappe in die huis gehoor en ondersoek ingestel waarna hy in die voorhuis oorval is en glo met ‘n panga bygekom is. “Sy vrou het wakker geword van die geraas in die huis en besef daar is moeilikheid. Sy het ‘n paar skote met ‘n vuurwapen afgevuur waarna die aanvallers op die vlug geslaan het,” sê Otto.
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Permitte glo steeds aan Groenewald plaaslik uitgereik sery, e-pos-bedrog en die onwettige smokkel met renosterhorings aangekla. Die broers staar verskeie klagte onder die Amerikaanse wet, insluitend die Lacey-wet, in en spyte daarvan dat die Verenigde die gesig. Volgens dié wet is dit ‘n misdaad om State van Amerika ook besluit het om wild in een land te stroop met die doel om dit die vermeende baasbrein van een van in ‘n ander land te verkoop ten einde die nadie land se grootste beweerde renosterstroptuurlewe te beskerm en misdaad te bekamp. ingsindikate, Dawie Groenewald en sy broer, Die broers is mede-eienaars van Out of Africa Janneman, op 18 klagte, wat glo met onwetAdventurous Safaris. tige renosterjagtery verband hou, aan te kla, In die klagstaat wat vrylik op die internet word permitte glo steeds plaaslik aan hom die rondte doen is, word gesê dat Janneman in uitgereik. Autauga County, Alabama vanaf Polokwane Observer het sy huis Out of Africa-jagpakkette betroubaar verneem dat die verkoop het. Geld is dan eers in departement van ekonomiese sy Amerikaanse rekening betaal ontwikkeling, omgewing en toeen glo later na Suid-Afrika oorgerisme (Ledet) glo steeds permitte plaas. aan Groenewald uitreik. Ledet Sedert 2005 tot in 2010 het se woordvoerder, Napo Burckels verskeie agente en werknemers het teen druktyd bevestig dat hy van Out of Africa wat beide Groenavrae oor die aangeleentheid newalds insluit deur Amerika geontvang het, maar nie gereageer toer om jagpakkette wat renosternie. jag insluit aan Amerikaanse Allison Thomson, direkteur jagters te verkoop, volgens die van die Outraged South African klagstaat. Citizens Against Poaching (Oscap) Elf onwettige jagtogte is in die het haar ontevredenheid oor die klagstaat gespesifiseer waarvan saak teen die Groenewald-egpaar Dawie Groenewald een inskrywing daarop dui dat ‘n en ander wat tot Augustus 2015 renoster van kant gemaak moes word nadat uitgestel is, uitgespreek. Saam staar die 11 dit herhaaldelik met ‘n pyl gewond is. Daar ‘n totaal van 1 872 klagte, wat onder meer word ook verwys na Dawie wat vermoedelik permitoortredings, geldwassery, onwettige jag ‘n renosterhoring met ‘n mes afsny nadat die en die handel in en die verkoop van renosterrenoster met ‘n verdowingsgeweer geskiet is. horings insluit, asook oortredings van die Wet Jagters het tussen $3 500 en $15 000 vir op Biodiversiteit en die Wet op die Voorkoming die onwettige jagpakkette betaal nadat hulle van Georganiseerde Misdaad in die gesig. ingelig is die diere is ‘n oorlas of veroorsaak “Hy sal eers hier verhoor moet word, probleme en dat trofeë nie uitgevoer mag voordat hy op die aanklagte van Amerika kan word nie, maar dat foto’s saam met die dier teregstaan. Dit is ‘n tydsame proses,” sê sy. geneem mag word. Nege jagters se verklarings Die twee broers word deur die Amerikaanse is in die klagstaat saamgevat. regering van sameswering vir die verkoop Dawie wou nie ‘n telefoniese onderhoud van onwettige renosterjagtogte in Suid-Afrika, toestaan nie. Amerikaanse jagters wat bedrieg is, geldwasRC MYBURGH >>firstname.lastname@example.org
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6 and 7 November >> Paul Rapetsoa’s great musical on the culture of learning ‘Get down’ will be performed at the Polokwane Library Gardens Auditorium at 19:00. Audiences will be treated to a free performance on the 6th at 15:00. Flo Lekganyane: 082 681 4337. 8 November >> Die Suid-Jolytfees vind om 08:00 op die Hoër Tegniese Skool Tom Naudé se sportterrein plaas. Kunstenaars soos Etha, Hans Drommedaaris en Thys die Bosveldklong tree op met stalletjies en ‘n braai- en potjiekoskompetisie. Karen Kruger: 079 993 0048. 11 November >> Agri Limpopo hou om 09:00 ‘n arbeidswerkswinkel by Bolivia Lodge wat sal fokus op die situasie met werkspermitte vir burgers van Zimbabwe. Magdel Fouché: 015 590 1024 of by email@example.com. 14 November >> Polokwane Athletics Club (PAC) hosts its BB Motor Group GWM Nite Race at 18:30 at
the old Peter Mokaba Stadium. Registration will take place from 17:00 for the race over 5 and 10 km will. Total prize money is R 5 000. Johan Janse van Vuuren: 083 277 2505. 15 November >> Mel Botes tree om 19:00 in die Hervormde Kerk, Pietersburg se kerksaal, hv Thabo Mbeki- en Biccardstraat op. Kaartjies kos R150 elk en sluit ligte verver-sings in. Charlotte Vlok: 082 447 2917 of Susan Raath: 082 258 1418. 19 November >> The Limpopo Branch of the SA Dental Association presents a dinner with Economist Dawie Roodt during which he will give his perspective on the economy over the next ten years. The venue is Fusion Boutique Hotel, starting 18:00. Tickets cost R500 per person. Alicia Lotriet: 015 296 4242. 21 November >> Elizma Theron tree om 19:00 by Café Pavilion op. Kaartjies kos R100 per persoon. Raymond Bronkhorst: 079 034 2312. 30 November >> Bikers that Care’s Annual Limpopo Toy Run takes place from 09:00 at the Go-kart Track on the Silicon Road. Entry fee is a toy for a child under 16 years or non-perishable foods and toiletries. There will be stalls for food and toys, a beer garden, games on the track and much more. Richard van Balkom: 082 809 4813 or Lynne van Balkom: 082 962 8041 to secure a stall.
Enter now to become Queen of the North Entries for this year’s Queen of the North pageant close on 28 November and the winners of the competition that will be announced on 29 November, will receive glamorous prizes. Pageant organiser Katryn Barwise, who is also Miss Humanity International 2014, claimed Queen of The North is the biggest pageant in Limpopo and said it attracted entrants from more than seven towns in Limpopo last year. Queen of The North is about creating role models in society and giving young girls the opportunity to build their brand in this glamorous industry. Entrants will all attend a complementary
modelling workshop by Limpopo Beauty Modelling Academy giving girls with no modelling experience an amazing platform to start building their modelling brand by learning professional modelling skills from Limpopo Beauty Modelling Academy. The first 15 entrants will also receive free professional stage make-up sponsored by House of Asante Spa in Polokwane to the value of R300. Entry forms are available at Mall of the North entrances and can be handed in at Mall of The North management office. Barwise can be contacted on 078 371 0909.
AUCTION OF VACANT STAND, POLOKWANE Duly instructed thereto by Karin de Klerk, we will sell by public auction on:
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Some of the Miss Limpopo and Miss Limpopo Teen 2015 entrants who attended the final interviews and judging in Polokwane last Saturday when the names of the 20 finalists were announced. PHOTO: SUPPLIED
Miss Lim/Lim Teen finalists announced HERBERT RACHUENE >>firstname.lastname@example.org
Entrants in the Miss Limpopo and Miss Limpopo Teen 2015 pageant attended final interviews and judging in Polokwane last Saturday ahead of the names of the finalists being announced and the first workshop for finalists held on same day. During the interviews the judges focussed on the entrants’ general knowledge, poise, communication, community work and overall look. A group of 20 finalists was announced by the judging panel that consisted of model, Bonnie Jordaan, makeup artist and somatalogist Wendy Sumption and Miss Limpopo 2013, Sheila Mmutle. Mmutle reportedly said: “It was a very tough choice because the entrants were so
Mel Botes eersdaags in Polokwane BARRY VILJOEN >>email@example.com Bekende vermaaklikheidster Mel Botes toer tans deur die land en tree op 15 November in die stad op. “Dominoes Unplugged” van Botes beloof om alles te wees wat gehore van die virtuoos verwag en sluit die beste van sy Pink Floyd, Dire Straits en Mel Botes repertorium in. Dit is ‘n kombinasie van drie produksies in een saam met die bekende Hansie Roodt op kitaar met agtergrondsang en Ruan Blignaut; perkussie en sang.
All potential buyers are advised to attend the auction. Viewing by appointment with the auctioneers. CONDITIONS OF SALE: 10% Deposit on day of the auction and balance guarantees within 45 days after date of confirmation of sale. Confirmation within 14 days after date of auction. All potential buyers to register before the auction and proof of identity and residential address are required.
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“Ek het lank gelede besluit om die onbekende roete te volg om die formule van musiek vir myself te ontsluit sonder om onder kommersiële druk te swig,” sê Botes wat getrou bly aan sy missie en waarvan die gevolg kragtige, oorspronklike vertonings en uitstekende vermaak is. Botes is na sewe jaar besig met ‘n nuwe Afrikaanse album wat teen die einde van die jaar vrygestel word. Die geleentheid is ten bate van die sustersvereniging van die Hervormde Kerk Pietersburg en vind in die kerksaal in Thabo Mbekistraat om 19:00 plaas. Skakel Susan Raath by 082 258 1418 vir meer besonderhede.
Leapfrog verras SAVF met kolwyntjies BARRY VILJOEN >>email@example.com Inwoners van die Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie (SAVF) se Vergeet My Nie Behuisingsentrum en Martha Hofmeyr Tehuis vir Bejaardes is Vrydag tydens middagete met keurig versierde kolwyntjies verras toe personeel van die eiendomsagentskap Leap-
THE PROPERTY: Remaining extent of erf 5733, Pietersburg, Polokwane Local Municipality, Registration Division LS, Limpopo Measuring: 1993 m² IMPROVEMENTS: Vacant stand LOCATION: The property is situated at 74 Hans van Rensburg Street, Polokwane. Route markers and auction boards will be erected. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: This is a rare opportunity to obtain a vacant stand with business rights in the CBD of the city Polokwane. Do not miss this opportunity.
strong and vibrant. It was not easy to make the choices and it is quite heartbreaking to tell beautiful girls that they did not make it, but is something that had to be done.” Event Organiser Rene Kidd said Miss Limpopo 2015 will win a cruise with MSC Cruises to Spain, Portugal plus R30 000 in cash to spend while on the cruise. Miss Limpopo Teen 2015 will win time at Sun City. The Miss Limpopo 2015 finalists are Khomotso Ramaneta, Ivy Mabunda, Muofhe Mudau, Kae Millet, Maphuti Tau, Kedibone Mohlapamafsi, Amanda Chauke, Zelmari Bacher, Lebogang Raatabana, Zodwa Mdingi and Charlotte Magoru. The contenders for Miss Limpopo Teen 2015 are Itumeleng Kgwedi, Jané Bacher, Letebele Ramalau, Tshefofatso Manamela, Tshegofatso Monyepao, Andile Neluvhalani, Talane Mahlatjie, Tlalane Ramonela and Mikateko Nkuna.
frog Polokwane hul opwagting by die tehuis gemaak het. Floris de Kock, kantoorbestuurder van die eiendomsagentskap, Leapfrog Polokwane, sê die interaksie met die seniors is deel van sy kantoor se sosiale bewussynsprogram en is daarop gemik om aan senior burgers te wys dat die sakelui van die stad nie van hulle vergeet nie.
Serena McLaren, maatskaplike werker en inwoners Martha Pienaar, Babie Brits en Cilma Kellerman met personeellede van Leapfrog Polokwane, Lisa Breedt, Berta de Vos en Floris de Kock. FOTO: BARRY VILJOEN
Radikale redenaars is nasionale wenners
Vier graad 11-leerders van Hoërskool Pietersburg (PHS) is as wenners van die nasionale finaal van die Radikale Redenaarsfees wat onlangs by Hoërskool Garsfontein aangebied is, aangewys. Voor is Elsamarie Uys en Anri Venter. In die middel is Magda Thiart (organiseerder), Cristiaan Thiart en Daniël Snyman. Agter is Tialeen Venter (afrigter).
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hinus Erasmus, ’n inwoner van Louis Trichardt, het Maandag in dié dorp se landdroshof op aanklagte van roekelose en nalatige bestuur sowel as bestuur onder die invloed van alkohol verskyn nadat hy Saterdag vermoedelik ’n botsing waarin vyf mense beseer is, veroorsaak het.
Minstens ses bottels bier was sigbaar in die Hummer en Erasmus het kort-kort langs die Hummer gehurk en sy kop vasgehou. Minstens twee insittendes van die ander voertuig het ernstige gesigbeserings opgedoen terwyl drie lig beseer is. Louis Trichardt polisiewoordvoerder, Radzilani Tshifhiwa het die botsing bevestig asook Erasmus se hofverskyning. Sy kon egter nie bevestig of hy steeds in aanhouding is nie.
Volgens ‘n ooggetuie het Erasmus, agter die stuur van ’n ander persoon se Hummer en drie ander insittendes ongeveer 2 km buite die dorp by ‘n lodge langs die N1-hoofweg uitgery en reg voor aankomende verkeer op die N1-noord beland wat die ongeluk tot gevolg gehad het. “Ons het ’n troue by dieselfde lodge bygewoon waar Erasmus en sy vriende by die kroeg ingestap en bier gekoop het,” sê die ooggetuie wat agter Erasmus gery het toe die botsing gebeur het.
Thinus Erasmus hurk agter die Hummer wat hy bestuur het en waarmee hy vermoedelik ’n botsing veroorsaak het.
FOTO’S: RC MYBURGH
Bo: Verskeie bierbottels is sigbaar in die voertuig wat Erasmus bestuur het. Links: Beseerdes van die tweede voertuig wag vir die nooddienste om op te daag.
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olokwane Executive Mayor Thembi Nkadimeng, in line with the good governance and community participation vision of the municipality embarked on a three pronged mission in the Seshego cluster last Thursday. Tidimalo Chuene, Communications and Marketing Manager of the municipality said a delegation led by Nkadimeng first visited the Seshego Sewerage Plant and road projects to monitor progress by contractors. At the sewerage plant Nkadimeng indicated that a contractor is currently on site to upgrade the sewerage plant as it is now under capacity pressure resulting in overflow. This project is expected to be completed by March 2015 whereafter the plant is expected to be operating optimally. The delegation then visited the Ditlou Street Road Project, which was constructed during March to September 2014 as part of the infrastructure development for the Integrated Rapid Public Transport System (IRPTS). A stop was also made at Luthuli Park where upgrading of 1,3 km of gravel streets to tar surface is currently underway. The works have been divided in three streets which also include
The Seshego sewerage plant is currently being upgraded to have it operating optimally.
Former finance chief now in dock with MEC RC MYBURGH >>email@example.com Former Chief Financial Officer of the Department of Health and Social Development, Friday Mushwana and three alleged accomplices were arrested last Wednesday and will together with former MEC Miriam Segabutla face charges of fraud, corruption and money laundering worth R16 million. The arrested persons included Segabutla’s lawyer Gert van der Merwe, Mushwana and directors of Impact Plus, Calvin Masehela and his wife, Meriam Masehela who appeared in the Pretoria Specialised Commercial Crime Court for their alleged involvement in a tender fraud incident during Segabutla’s time in office in 2010. Segabutla, Jacob Lucas from Tshepo Technology Consulting and Peter Erasmus from Trispen Solutions were arrested last year for their suspected involvement in the case. According to Hawks Spokesperson Paul Ramaloko, Segabutla allegedly awarded
construction of storm water systems. “The Luthuli Park road project started on 07 August and is earmarked for completion on 4 March 2015 at a cost of R9.8 million from the Municipal Infrastructure Grant (MIG) budget. A lot of rocks which were found on this road have been one of the contributing factors to the slow progress on the project. Rock blasting was impossible due to the proximity of houses and special techniques had to be employed to deal with this obstacle,” Chuene reported. A total of 14 temporary jobs for locals are already created whilst by completion date the project would have created 60 jobs for locals. The road will also be Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) System ready. Various stakeholders were further engaged at an outreach programme which started at 10:00 at the Ngoako Ramatlhodi Sports Complex. Stakeholder groups such as youth, women, disabled, taxi associations, community based organisations, non-governmental organisations and the farming community were represented and had a voice. Mahlatse Tjale, who represented the youth, is quoted to have said that youth unemployment is a very thorny issue for them. He asked the municipality to waive payment of fees for usage of sporting facilities. “The Executive Mayor, in her response to the stakeholder questions and inputs said that the municipality has set aside a budget of R5,7 million for sport and recreation in the Seshego Cluster,” Chuene stated. “We are a municipality that listens to all stakeholders and this is one of the platforms for doing so. As government we work on an integrated approach, therefore we will continue to engage the departments of Cooperative Governance, Human Settlements and Traditional Affairs on housing issues, Health on clinics, Agriculture and Rural Development on farmers’ issues,” Nkadimeng is quoted to have said. The day was wrapped up with a council meeting at the Ngoako Ramatlodi Sports Complex.
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a tender to conduct a forensic investigation into the implementation of a Provincial Health Information System (PHIS) and acquisition of electrical switches to Tshepo Technology Consulting and Trispen Solutions for kickbacks which included payment of hotel accommodation, flight tickets for family and friends and also payment of school fees for her children. “Van der Merwe allegedly worked on all projects as a legal stream team leader while Impact Plus was allegedly paid nearly R3 million for work they allegedly did not do,” Ramaloko said. Van der Merwe was granted bail of R25 000 while Mushwana and both Masehelas were released on R10 000 bail each and will appear again next week together with Sekgabutla, Lucas and Erasmus.
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BARRY VILJOEN >>firstname.lastname@example.org Opwinding het Saterdagaand hoog geloop toe Larissa Krause en Nico Els as wenners van Mall of the North se Bruidskompetisie aangewys is en met ‘n splinternuwe Volkswagen Polo TSi en ‘n troue ter waarde van R150 000 weggestap het. Die lokaal in Mall of the North waar die gala-geleentheid gehou is, was volgepak met familie en ondersteuners van die 12 pare wat tot die finale rondte deurgedring het. Die aankondiging van die wenners is voorafgegaan deur ‘n parade deur modelle wat uitrustings waarvan enige bruid kon droom, vertoon het. Daarna het finaliste aan die beurt gekom wat die laaste geleentheid moes aangryp om die gehoor en beoordelaars met hul uitrustings en passies te beïndruk. Die finale uitslag is onder meer gebaseer op die finaliste se prestasie in
René van der Merwe, bemarkingsbestuur-der van Mall of the North oorhandig skenkings aan Bobby Were, Kansa TLC-saal fasiliteerder en Amanda Koekemoer, Ngwana Babahuisprojekbestuurder.
MoN se Bruids kompetisie eindig op hoë noot die reeks aktiwiteite wat deel gevorm het van die keuringsproses waartydens daar gedans, gekook en plakskilderye gemaak is. Die finaliste moes hulle ook uitdos in klere wat hul gunsteling tydverdryf uitbeeld. Krause en Els se tema was “Rugby en kwaliteittyd met die familie.” Die finaliste het almal fonsinsamelingsprojekte gehad wat ‘n bedrag van R170 000 opgelewer het en waarvan R70 000 aan Ngwana Babahuis en R100 000 aan Kansa se TLC-projek oorhandig is. Die wenpaar het eiehandig R31 535,50 ingesamel. Die wenpaartjie is baie opgewonde oor die groot pryse en het hulle dank teenoor al die borge en ondersteuners uitgespreek. “Ons ryding is al 17 jaar oud en was eers Nico se oupa en toe sy pa s’n waarmee al byna 270 000 km afgelê is,” sê Krause. Sy sê sy het gebid dat die paartjie wat dit die nodigste het, die groot prys moet wen en het nooit verwag om te wen nie. Els is ‘n kranige sportman wat vir die Limpopo Blou Bulle flank gespeel het en Krause hou van skopboks. Albei het ‘n voorliefde vir kook en Els se slakke met ‘n knoffelroomsous is hul gunsteling. Die glanspaartjie is al agt jaar in ‘n verhouding en het twee jaar gelede verloof geraak. ‘n Troudatum sal bepaal word in oorleg met die borge.
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Die wenners van Mall of the North se Bruidskompetisie, Larissa Krause en Nico Els.
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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 and on 90/10 point system, 90 points for the price and 10 points for BBBEE Level of Contribution. Bids documents containing the Conditions of Bid and other requirements in terms of the Supply Chain Management Policy will be available for collection as from 11 November 2014 at the Polokwane Municipality - cnr Landdros Mare and Bodenstein streets, Civic Centre - Supply Chain Management Office, ground floor (left of the security reception), Polokwane. Prior to collection of the bid documents, payment should be made at the Rates Hall which is open from 08:00 to 15:00 from Monday to Friday.
Image Travel and Tours has every intention of doing pioneering work in the field of travel in Limpopo thereby giving every customer the best experience they’ve ever dreamt of. Speaking at the opening of the shop at Palm Centre on Monday, Chief Executive Officer Fatima Ally said: “We are totally new in the business and our intention is to give our clients the best rates and services.” They offer a detailed range of services including bookings for local and international air travel and accommodation; facilitating visas and transfers; planning safaris and game hunting trips, Umrah packages and sea cruises. Ally explained that it has always been her dream to own a travel and tours business. “I completed a Travel and Tourism Course at Gauteng Travel Academy in 2009 because I have always wanted to do business in the tourism industry. I had to wait for a while and learn a couple of things and I am glad that I have my own company now.” Asked about her recipe for doing business she said Image Travel and Tours will give their customers the best travelling experience they’ve ever dreamt of. “Your destination is our priority so we make sure to turn your dreams into reality. Travel with us and you won’t be bored. We offer every customer a place away from home that is like home. Whether you are a seasoned traveller or the bug has only bitten you recently, do drop in at Image Travel and Tours to get a taste of their special packages. There is something for everyone ranging from a seven night Cairo Nile Cruise to five nights in Phuket, Zambezi adventures and tailor made Dubai Shopping Festival Packages. For more information call 015 291 1449 or drop them a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The shop front of Image Travel & Tours in Palm Centre.
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 initialled 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 Landdros Mare and Bodenstein streets, Civic Centre - Supply Chain Management Office, Ground Floor (left 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). Mrs. T.C MAMETJA MUNICIPAL MANAGER
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Young is ‘n voormalige operasangeres wat gedurende Desember 1989 beseer is toe sy tydens haar optrede in die opera, Camelot misgetrap en vyf verdiepings ver tot in die keldervlak van die Staatsteater in Pretoria geval het. Young het breinbloeding opgedoen, haar gehoor en 50% van haar gesigsvermoë verloor. Sy was ook in haar linkerlyf verlam en was sewe weke in ‘n koma, maar het wonderbaarlik herstel en intussen twee kogulêre inplantings ontvang wat haar gehoor grotendeels herstel het. Die merkwaardigste is dat sy vier jaar later na die verhoog teruggekeer het met haar eenmanvertoning “My plunge to fame.” “Wees dankbaar dat jy lewe en leef elke dag voluit. Daar is triomf na teenspoed en traDehanné Uijs sien gedies,” was haar inspirerende toe dat die program boodskap. vlot verloop.
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vir behandeling aanmeld, verskaf. Dié diens kan slegs gelewer word as voldoende skenkings ontvang en fondsinsamelingsaksies van stapel gestuur word,” sê Ras. Plaaslike kunstenaar Louwrens the Storyteller het gaste vermaak terwyl seremoniemeester, Dehanné Uijs se liedjies ook groot byval gevind het.
aste wat Saterdagoggend Kansa se gesellige fondsinsamelingstee by Bolivia Lodge bygewoon het, is opnuut gemotiveer deur voormalige operasanger, Gaynor Young wat as gasspreker opgetree het, se verhaal van hoop. Kansa se streekbestuurder, Adri Ras het gasvroue van harte bedank vir hul keurige eetgoed en kreatiewe tafelversierings en gesê een uit elke twee mense word tans deur kanker geraak, hetsy dit jouself of ‘n geliefde of kennis is. “Die Theunis Fichardt Hospitium, waarvoor geld tydens die geleentheid ingesamel is, is die enigste inrigting van sy soort in die land wat ook Louwrens the Stobekostigbare verblyf aan naas- ryteller vermaak die gaste met sang. bestaandes van pasiënte wat
Handgeduntes Mark goed ondersteun BARRY VILJOEN >>email@example.com Die groot hoeveelheid stalletjies en wye verskeidenheid handgemaakte items wat verlede week by die Handgeduntes Mark in die kerksaal van die NG Kerk Pietersburg-Noord aangebied is, het aan kopers die geleentheid gebied om nou reeds eksklusiewe Kersgeskenke aan te koop. Die handelsware was van hoogstaande gehalte en het van innovasie en kundigheid getuig. Die interessante uitleg van die uitstalarea het aan kopers die geleentheid gebied om rustig te kuier en die besoek met ‘n lekkerny en iets te drink in die teetuin af te sluit. Volgens die organiseerder, Ansie du Toit, was daar vanjaar 67 uitstallers teenoor die 42 van die vorige jaar. “Een van die uitstallers het vanoggend haar dank vir die geleentheid om
Tesh Chivazve van Zimbabwe met sy handgemaakte draadspeelgoed.
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Lumicke en Nelieq Groenewald saam met Tinika Venter, voor, met Welmie Erasmus en susters Chanel, Mariné en Mieke Schoeman agter.
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Treasures Divine for things creative
>> “Treasures must always remain treasures” >> Shop is realisation of lifelong dream
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Treasures Divine owner Nickey Felix (centre) surrounded by friends and family at Saturday’s opening of her new venture. Far left is Maureen Elliott, who is the shop manager, with Ursula Naudé, Lesley Raw and Ashleigh Raw.
A burning passion for things creative has found expression in a small space that just opened in the heart of Polokwane. Treasures Divine is a shrine dedicated to the ingenuity of owner Nickey Felix, who has found an outlet for accessories like jewellery, scarves, shoes and handbags she has always been making. Throughout the clothing and gift shop her influence is noticeable, with ensembles put together to catch the eye. Find handmade strappy sandals with a sexy twist and a range of handbags in wardrobes hung with layered outfits and strings of statement-making beads. Items of jewellery vary between bespoke pieces from Italy and Austria to her own costume pieces. While the clothing lines originate from across the country and abroad, she intends stocking exclusive ranges not to be repeated and not at all anything run-of-the-mill. “Treasures must always remain treasures,” she remarks.
Adding to the charm are gifts that would appeal to varying tastes. Sure to establish itself as a firm favourite are the coconut ice and fudge in delectable flavours varying from pecan nut to Amarula infusions which Felix produces. The venue is located on the premises of a restored house situated at 80 Compensatie Street that doubles as a small retail hub, which too is in line with a specific bohemian feel she perceived, Felix explains. On Saturday invited guests gathered for the opening of the venue, which saw an allfemale party indulging in offers on display and savouring treats made especially for the occasion by Martin-Shawn van Huyssteen and Jean-Louis Nienaber of on-site trendsetting Velvet Apple Café. Her shop is the realisation of a lifelong dream, Felix mentions. The name for the new venture just rang true to what she wanted to do, she concludes. Find Treasures Divine tucked away at the back of the garden where an array of tongue-in-cheek artistic influences befit a new home-grown arrival.
Guests Mari Romijn and Inge Britz find treasures among the things on display. They reckoned the shop offered artistic, fresh ideas and something different to the usual on offer in Polokwane.
Treasures Divine clothing and gift shop creates the opportunity for undisturbed indulging.
Myriads attend Keedo Kids’ grand opening Herbert Rachuene >>email@example.com
yriads of shoppers flocked to Mall of the North on Saturday to share in the opening of designer children’s clothing retailer, Keedo Kids. On the day the store showcased its refreshed brand identity that was launched with the opening of the Clearwater Mall store earlier this year. The stunning summer styles which are designed and manufactured in Cape Town had kids and their parents really excited. Area Manager, Lerato Mafodi said they were happy with the turnout on their first day of business in the mall. “There was better response from the public than we expected. That on its own showed us there is a serious need for our goods and products,” Mafodi said. Thabang Maruma from Seshego wanted to see for himself what it was all about and remarked that he was pleased with the quality and variety on offer. “We hardly find shops like this in Polokwane, they are normally found outside the province. We will have lots of options while we do shopping now,” he said. The opening of the first ever Keedo Kids store in Limpopo coincided with the brand’s 21st birthday celebrations in October. Keedo Kids founder, Nelia Annandale Schutte, in celebration of this milestone partnered with media personality Jo-Ann Strauss to launch the
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>> Showcase its refreshed brand identity >> Quality and special clothes for children
being home grown the kids clothing range is designed and manufactured in Cape Town. The clothing manufactured by Keedo is comfortable enough to lets kids be kids, while designs incorporate encourages messages to educate children about the importance of preserving and protecting Mother Nature. The company also unveiled its new and improved online store, which is now more user-friendly, offering a wider range of clothing that can be viewed and purchased online and delivered free of charge.
innovative ‘little miracle’ baby grow range that zips open completely, making feeding and changing much easier for busy multi-tasking moms. “Having my own little miracle earlier this year inspired me to take action for a cause that is very close to my heart,” Strauss was quoted saying. In an effort to support its surrounding communities, Keedo Kids provides a warm meal to six disadvantaged children for every little miracle baby grow sold. “As we continue to expand nationally, we are grateful for the opportunity to give back by providing meals to hungry children,” Annandale was quoted saying. The range supports the company’s ongoing ‘Feed a Child’ campaign, while launching Keedo’s new ‘Let them Grow’ project. The baby grows will be available at Keedo’s online store and on spree.co.za Keedo’s growth is facilitated by its reputation as one of the only truly South African brands featured in the country. As the company prides itself on
Shoppers Thabang Maruma and Mamotjatji Lekganyane browse among the many exciting items available in the shop.
The shop front of Keedo Kids situated at shop 03, near the Woolworths entrance.
Some of the clients who made their way to the shop on the opening day.
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Area Manager, Lerato Mafodi and Sales Assistant, Maureen Ndlovu assist a customer with her purchases.
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The friendly team at the newly opened Sikie Jumbo Home Mart store at Cycad shopping centre are Elsie Roelofsze, Shafinaaz Hassim (owner), Salphy Mefifi and Amina Hassim.
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Sikie Jumbo Home Mart opens doors at Cycad A new store which can be described as a Homemakers paradise opened its doors at Cycad shopping centre yesterday (Wednesday) and residents looking to add to their household collection at a fraction of the usual price are invited to visit Sikie Jumbo’s Home Mart. Owned by local entrepreneurs, Sikie and Sarfaraaz Hassim, managed by Shafinaaz the exciting new store has behind it a history of family fervour and organizational experience that spans many years of expertise in sourcing and sales of imports and local products. “The opening of this new store is a great opportunity to bring great quality goods to the suburbs. We decided it was the perfect opportunity to bring quality products closer to residents this side of the city where they can purchase these items much cheaper while experiencing the best quality,” Hassim said, adding that the Home Mart range of products has been marketed in Polokwane from the original store in Iran Street, Superbia and the once wellknown Market street store. Her father, Sikie has been the pioneer in his field
for over 40 years, so the business relies on his vast skills and experience bringing the cash and carry world to the retail environment, so the customer always wins with great prices. “We are also known as a clearance store where customers can always expect products at give away prices. This is a home owners paradise where customers can expect to get anything from utility items and plastic ware to glassware, home decor and Christmas gifts,” Hassim said. The glassware consists of locally made brands such as Consol and imported items, including the best of India, Indonesia and Brazil. All sizes of plastic containers, jewellery, fancy vases and stationery are available at Sikie Jumbo’s Home Mart. The store appeals to housewives, caterers, guest lodges and keen shoppers. “We hope to change the mindset of people. People shop without even noticing the price tag and we would like to introduce to them high quality products at a fraction of the price usually featured in the market at some outlets and brands,” she said. Sikie Jumbo’s Home Mart will be open seven days a week from 09:00am to 19:00pm.
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Sales Assistants, Junior Gomo and Josephina Ledwaba with some of the clothing items available in-store.
i2i in Mall of the North specialises in baby photography and it is for this reason that Mall of the North has included a module focusing on this topic into its Santa’s Workshop that takes place from 8 to 13 December. All photography takes place in a studio which provides a comfortable space with the right lighting and props. “New born babies under 2 weeks old are usually very sleepy and quite happy to pose beautifully, blissfully unaware of their surroundings,” says Mart-Mari Aucamp, owner of i2i. i2i also offers branding and graphic services and according to Aucamp, branding and identity are the graphic and verbal representations of any company. “It visually conveys who you are and what you do. By using colour, text and photos you can increase the efficiency of the medium used to communicate a message or to promote a product or business. Logo design, business card and letterhead design, company profiles, advertisements, flyers, brochures, invites and cards all form part of graphic design services,” says Aucamp. i2i also offers an extensive range of web design services. “A professionally designed website is one of the most efficient ways for a business to communicate information to clients. A clean responsive design is crucial to
ensure the success of any website. My art and design experience will ensure that we deliver a professional looking website that will work for you and your clients,” is Aucamp’s promise. Contact Aucamp on 082 556 5922.
Take your baby to BabyGym BARRY VILJOEN >>firstname.lastname@example.org Parents and caregivers have to know how to stimulate a baby’s senses, brain and muscles and BabyGym has the answer. Mall of the North included a module on this subject into its Santa’s Workshop that takes place from 8 to 13 December. The BabyGym programme is ideal for the working mother and allows for five one hour sessions, one per week for five weeks when mother and babies of age up to 14 months can
share quality time in a structured and fun way. The curriculum includes topics such as the importance of touch and massage, movement and balance and sucking and neck control. Other topics are “Why both eyes and both ears must work together” and will also contain information on how to prevent hyperactivity and poor concentration. On Graduation Day, parents and babies will receive their first certificate. Follow-up sessions are available after graduation. BabyGym Instructor Jacqueline Shrives can be contacted on 0721019815 or at jacqueline. email@example.com.
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22 OBSERVER SAVF vier 110 jaar polokwane
Die Suid-Afrikaanse Vroue federasie vier elf dekades
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edert die Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie 110 jaar gelede gestig is, het die welsynsorganisasie dienste aan miljoene kinders, volwassenes en bejaardes gelewer. “Net vanjaar het die SAVF dienste direk aan 118 577 kinders tot 17 jaar gelewer, uitgebreide dienste aan gesinne (kinders en volwassenes) en 211 280 persone met dienste wat op maatskaplike ontwikkeling fokus, bereik. Dienste aan ouer persone betrek 35,657 persone. Met alle dienste is 365 514 persone bereik, wat na raming 1 887 570 persone as deel van hierdie gesinne beïnvloed,” sê Irna Hartzenberg, uittredende president. Die SAVF is op 19 Oktober 1904 op inisiatief van Georgiana Solomon ( ŉ Skotse dame) aan huis van Annie Botha, eggenote van generaal Louis Botha in Pretoria gestig omdat ‘n groepie vroue besorgd was oor die naoorlogse nood onder mense. Tans word ‘n groot verskeidenheid dienste in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Limpopo, Mpumalanga en Noordwes gelewer wat onder meer die volgende insluit: 5 Kinder- en Jeugsorgsentrums (vroeër bekend as kinderhuise). Die primêre redes vir opname is fisiese en geestelike verwaarlosing, verlateen/of weeskinders, mishandeling, molestering, uitbuiting en slagoffers van geweld of misdaad. (Kinders van voorskoolse ouderdom tot met graad 12). Toekennings uit die Ontwikkelingsfonds word aangewend om skoolver-
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Baie dankie aan die SAVF Polokwane vir 14 jaar se ondersteuning.
SAVF-minimumstandaarde gebaseer. Twee toerustingsessies word jaarliks vir personeel in Pretoria aangebied. 53 Behuisingskemas vir bejaardes / volwassenes / jeug. 17 Gemeenskaps- en Dienssentrums. Al die fasiliteite verskaf gesubsidieerde etes aan behoeftiges. Ander dienste sluit spirituele- en kulturele aktiwiteite, berading en maatskaplikewerkdienste, opvoedingsprogramme, bemagtiging vir bejaardes en primêre gesondheidsorg in. Bogenoemde dienste word deur 1 990 vrywilligers (lede) van die SAVF en 2 677 personeel gelewer. Fondsinsameling: Gloudine Smit-van der Westhuizen wat pas as vise-president van die SAVF aangewys is, sê fondsinsameling bly ŉ groot probleem. Uitgawes het die afgelope jaar ongeveer R343 m beloop. Die inkomste ontvang van staatsubsidies was R81 m, vanaf die staatslotery R14 m, uit dienste gelewer R187 m, donasies en fondsinsameling deur vrywilligers het R47 m beloop, wat die SAVF met ŉ tekort van ongeveer R13 m gelaat het. Die tekort is aangevul uit die SAVF-reserwefonds, maar kan nie voortduur nie. Slegs hulp van die gemeenskap kan die probleem oorkom. In die lig van bogenoemde stand van sake doen Smit-van der Westhuizen ŉ beroep op die gemeenskap en sakeondernemings om hulle finansieel te ondersteun, juis omdat skenkings belastingverligting impliseer. Die SAVF is ŉ geregistreerde welsynsorganisasie.
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laters in die gemeenskap te vestig en tot onafhanklikheid by te staan. 33 Dagsorgsentrums/Vroeë kinderontwikkelingsentrums. Lewer opvoedkundige- en versorgingsdienste aan kinders van babastadium tot skoolgaande ouderdom en skoolgaande kinders ontvang naskooldienste. Die fasiliteite hef laer tariewe vir behoeftige kinders. Agt van die fasiliteite akkommodeer hoofsaaklik behoeftige kinders. 37 Maatskaplikewerk-kantore. Lewer dienste aan die gemeenskap op verskeie gebiede. Die afgelope jaar is 32 geopenbaarde en 2 niegeopenbaarde aannemings afgehandel. Die SAVF-hoofkantoor doen moeite om geleenthede vir die sowat 130 maatskaplike werkers en maatskaplike hulpwerkers in diens van die SAVF te skep ten einde aan die vereistes van voortdurende professionele ontwikkeling te voldoen. 4 Deurgangshuise. Dienste fokus op behuising, materiële hulp, berading en geestelike ondersteuning aan haweloses wat dikwels aan gesinsgeweld blootgestel is. Die doel van die diens is om ŉ kort- tot mediumtermyndiens te lewer om persone weer in die gemeenskap te hervestig. 34 Tehuise vir ouer persone. Die tehuise huisves hoofsaaklik ouer persone, maar 8% is persone onder 60 met gestremdhede. Die afgelope jaar is baie moeite gedoen om maatskaplikewerkdienste bykomend tot 24-uur versorging en by al die tehuise te vestig. Dienslewering word op
Die nuwe visepresident van die Suid-Afrikaanse Vrouefederasie (SAVF) is Polokwane se toegewyde liefdadigheidswerker en raakvatter, Gloudine Smit-van der Westhuizen. Sy is die afgelope 14 jaar voorsitter van die SAVF in Polokwane en die laaste agt jaar die provinsiale leier en lid van die hoofbestuur. Sy is ook al jare ‘n lid van die Lionsklub in Polokwane en het as president en streeksvoorsitter van die organisaFOTO: WARREN BLUNT sie gedien. Die lot van minderbeGloudine Smit-van der Westhuizen voorregtes is na aan is pas as visepresident van die SAVF Smit-van der Westhuizen se aangewys.
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hart en sy beoog om die missie van die SAVF uit te leef tydens haar termyn van drie jaar as visepresident.” My doelwit is om voort te gaan met die goeie werk wat die SAVF by tehuise vir ouer persone doen sowel as by die behuisingskemas vir bejaardes en kinder- en jeugsorgsentrums, vroeër bekend as kinderhuise.” As visepresident is Smit-van der Westhuizen ook in beheer van die gesinsorgkomitee vir maatskaplike werkers en vrywilligers en sal gereeld Pretoria toe moet pendel vir vergaderings waar die organisasie se hoofkantore is. Fondsinsameling is ook ‘n belangrike deel van haar weksomskrywing sodat die SAVF kan volhou met hul uitgebreide dienste aan ongeveer 211 280 persone. “Befondsing deur staatsubsidies, die nasionale lotery, donasies en geldsinsameling van vrywilligers is nie meer voldoende nie as gevolg van inflasie oor die jare. Die probleem kan slegs oorkom word deur hulp van die gemeenskap,” meen Smit-van der Westhuizen. Sy sê die SAVF wag nog vir die geld van hul 2012- loteryaansoek en lewenskoste het intussen die hoogte ingeskiet. Besighede en die gemeenskap word gevra om die SAVF finansieel te ondersteun, juis omdat skenkings belastingverpligting impliseer op grond van die SAVF se registrasie as welsynsorganisasie. “Die gemeenskap van Polokwane het ons geweldig ondersteun met ons onlangse basaar en R300 000 is ingesamel. Al is dit ‘n moeilike tyd vir almal is ons baie dankbaar vir die goedhartigheid van die gemeenskap. Ek is vol vertroue dat die SAVF na 110 jaar van uitmuntende diens aan behoeftige kinders- en volwassenes sal voortgaan om ‘n verskil in mense se lewens te maak,” sê Smit-van der Westhuizen. ‘n Ander probleem wat sy uitlig is die tekort aan vrywilligers. “Jong gesinne het nie tyd in hulle gejaagde moderne lewensstyl om liefdadigheid te ondersteun nie as gevolg van werkverpligtinge.” Sy is in Kanoneiland in die Noord-Kaap gebore waarna sy aan die Hoërskool Keimoes matrikuleer en ‘n BSc-graad aan die Universiteit van Pretoria verwerf het. Sy het in 1972 na die destydse Pietersburg verhuis en in 1975 by die SAVF aangesluit om met ‘n lewe van toewyding aan liefdadigheidswerk te begin.
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SAWF celebrates 110 years
Tel: 015 297 4879 Fax: 015 297 4893 23 Silicon St, Ladine
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WEDDINGS, PARTIES, BIRTHDAY WISHES, CONFERENCES, SPECIAL EVENTS
We do • Flower Arrangements • Fruit and Biltong Basket Arrangements Place your order for delivery (Mon-Fri) with our FLOWER MARKET @ 015 297 4879 x 4 or visit our flower market
ls ia c e p s d n e k e e W FRUIT:
1.5 kg Crisp Pink Apples 1.5 Granny Smith Apples Large Watermelon Spanspek Sweet Melons
@ R12.95 packet @ R13.95 packet @ R44.95 each @ R14.95 each @ R14.95 each
BUTCHERY: Rump Steak (SATURDAY ONLY) Stew Beef (Pap n Vleis)
@ R59.95 p/kg @ R43.59 p/kg
GROCERY: 5 Dozen Large Eggs
@ R59.95 each
Valid from 7 to 9 November 2014
VEGETABLES: 250g White Mushrooms Baby Marrows Yellow Patty Pans Green Patty Pans Baby Gems Sweet Corn Roma Cocktail Tomatoes 5 kg Select Carrots 5 kg Beetroot
@ R10.95 pre-packed @ R6.95 pre-packed @ R7.95 pre-packed @ R7.95 pre-packed @ R7.95 pre-packed @ R7.95 pre-packed @ R4.95 packet @ R19.95 per bag @ R18.95 per bag
Congratulations to Gloudine Smith-Van der Westhuizen on her election as National Deputy Chairperson of the SAVF.
See in-store for more specials!!
BOEREWORS ROLLS AVAILABLE EVERY SATURDAY
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Dealership: Mercurius Motors What distinguishes the brand you sell from its competitors? >> It’s a premium brand with loyal customers. It prioritises safety, comfort and reliability What is the biggest challenge presented by the industry? >> With the current high fraud rate it is difficult to trust first time customers How do you ensure your success in the industry? >> By creating long-term relationships with my customers
Go tough with the special offer on an Isuzu RC Myburgh >>email@example.com
f you’ve recently been looking to buy a bakkie, look no further than Westvaal Polokwane G2 where the ultimate deal on the Isuzu
Photos: RC Myburgh
A lot of extras are added when you buy an Isuzu KB250D Fleetside from Westvaal Polokwane G2.
KB250D Fleetside is on offer now. Westvaal G2 stocks a limited number of KB250D bakkies at affordable prices and to make the purchase even more worth it, the dealership guarantees a bakkie with less than 10 000 km, while they will add a canopy, tow
bar, rubberising and radio, from as little as R239 900. The KB250D single cab is a true workhorse and up for any job 24 hours of the day. It’s the leader in its class when it comes to reliability and toughness. The bakkie is a match for any load, road or challenge, maintaining a fine balance between carrying capacity and comfortable handling. It looks good, is incredibly capable off-road and fulfils the role of utilitarian workhorse with confidence. The load bed is 35 mm longer at 2 305 mm and wider at 1 570 mm. The bakkie even looks much bigger than its predecessors with a bulkier and bold appearance. The single cab also offers more space inside the cabin. It offers enhanced features for your convenience inside the twin-cockpit concept interior, such as multiple internal storage areas, a larger load box and reduced noise levels inside the cab. You get the sense that Isuzu wants to tap into the lifestyle market with its upgraded trim, dials and centre console. All dials are within easy reach of the driver and the seats are comfortable, eliminating sore backs after long hours of work behind
The Isuzu is spa cious and quite luxu rious for a work horse. the wheel. It is after all a bakkie with the main purpose of delivering only the best service so there aren’t any fancy frills to the cockpit yet it remains quite luxurious for a bakkie capable of working non-stop. An air-conditioner will make those long trips a breeze even on the province’s hottest day. Under the hood lurks a diesel engine supported by a five speed manual gearbox. The engine delivers 58 kW at 3 800 rpm of power and 170 Nm of torque at 1 800 rpm. The KB250D will get you further for less. With its low fuel efficiency and low maintenance costs it is the lowest costs per kilometre in this segment. Not only does the KB250D work hard it also saves you money on the go. When safety is concerned most KB models come standard with multiple brake-support features such as Anti-lock Braking System (ABS), Electronic Brake-force Distribution (EBD) and Brake Assist System (BAS) as well as side impact protection bars. Westvaal G2 guarantees a 114-point check on the KB250D, a full service history and various finance options are available to become an owner of an Isuzu. For more information on the great deals on the KB250D Fleetside visit Westvaal Polokwane G2 at 86 Schoeman Street or contact them on 015 297 2377.
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Tel: 015 295 8555/6/7 Fax: 015 295 8559 12 Grobler Street, Polokwane
SUMMER SPECIAL FREE Aircon Check and Assessment
Anti Smashand-Grab tint from
Auto Electrical & Aircon Specialist
Choose only the best >> PAGE 26
Tel/Fax: 015 292 6108 Eugene: 082 900 0514 email: firstname.lastname@example.org 68 Hoof Street, Superbia, Polokwane (Next to CTM)
Auto Electrical & Aircon
Tel: 015 292 4193/4 Fax: 086 751 5355 E-mail: email@example.com cnr Nikkel Street and Rupee Ave, Superbia
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HOLIDAYS ARE COMING UP. BE PREPARED. E
Come in for your FRE aircon check. We do regassing and repairs on aircons.
Key casings from R300 Power Bass 12 inch Sub and box plus 4 channel amplifier
Ts & Cs apply
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NorthernAuto p a n e l b e a t e r s
fast fix panelbeaters
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Motoring: accessories and services
VW clinic & service centre Repairs & maintenance to all vehicle models * * * * * *
â€œBosch diagnosticsâ€? on car skimming of brake disks Brake & clutch fitments Hydraulic brake & clutch cylinders Skimming brake disks & drums Rebonding of brake shoes Skimming of flywheels We make hydraulic pipes (rubber & steel)
Hussa in St
13 Prince Hussian St Ext 91 Polokwane Tel: 015 298 8292 015 298 8395 015 298 8408
We have moved
Zune Ave Veldspaat St
We care about your safety and the reliability of your vehicle! Let us do your vehicle maintenance.
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28 OBSERVER Motoring: accessories and services polokwane
NortherNAuto p a n e l b e a t e r s 45 Lood Street, Futura, Polokwane Tel: 015 293 0982 | Fax: 015 293 0984 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Factory approved motor body repairer, providing quality service, zero-defect and cost effective auto body repairs. Insurance approvals: • Mutual & Federal • Santam • Alexander Forbes • Hollard • Absa • Zurich • Santam Digital Quotations • Telesure • Renasa Trafic DepT. • British American tobacco Factory approvals: • Toyota • Volkswagen XnorThern auTo poLokWane • Audi • Lexus • Suzuki • GM
>> With more vehicles on the road chances to damage your car also increase >> No fear when you need accessories when you are in Polokwane
BB Truck & TracTor
FAST FIX PANELBEATERS 60 SILICON STREET LADINE POLOKWANE
TEL: 015 297 7790/1 FAX: 015 297 7453
2010 TOYOTA HILUX 161 000 km, Silver, 4x4 D/Cab
2014 TOYOTA ETIOS 22 562 km, Gold
2007 NISSAN TIIDA 170 000 km, White
2012 HONDA JAZZ 1.3 78 583 km, White, Petrol
2011 TOYOTA HILUX 126 663 km, White, 2x4 S/Cab
2010 TOYOTA HILUX 73 650 km, White, VVTI S/Cab
2010 LANDROVER 75 000 km, White
2012 2.8 JEEP CHEROKEE
2011 TOYOTA VERSO
2012 RHINO HILUX
2010 TOYOTA HILUX
2001 MIAMI CLASSIC
37 431 km, Silver, 4x4, Auto CRD limited
166 752 km, Charcoal, 3l, D4D, D/Cab
70 000 km, White
19 400 km, White
115 Mercury Motor
2010 TOYOTA HILUX
2012 CHEV CRUZE
2009 TOYOTA HILUX
205 931 km, White 3L Auto, D/Cab
2012 Toyota Hilux Cab and a half 2003 Toyota Prado 4L VX
17 173 km, White
R219 000 R139 000
117 490 km, Silver,3L, S/Cab
Motoring: accessories and services
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Choose only the best when it comes to motor accessories RC Myburgh >>email@example.com
otoring accessories have come a long way from the odd fancy hubcap or sporty steering wheel and today is a fully fledged industry in itself. With Polokwane vehicle owners being as clued up and discerning about what it is they want for their wheels as the average big city car owner it is no surprise that local businesses in the field are booming and expanding their services all the time. Keeping your vehicle in top condition and spotless, making the drive more luxurious and comfortable or taking care of repairs in the unfortunate event that you need them is within reach of every resident of the city right on their doorstep. Northern Auto Panelbeaters and Fast Fix Panelbeaters offer spray painting and panel beating services at competitive prices. They are fully equipped for auto and commercial auto body repairs and all their panel beaters are qualified and professional. For the best in automotive paint go to Paint Pot Polokwane where a variety of colours are available to make your vehicle look like new. Should you experience problems with your vehicle’s clutch or brakes, Clutch & Brake Specialists (CBS) Polokwane is a unique workshop franchise for clutch and brake boffins There are over 18 franchises country-wide offering a network of professional technicians specialising in clutch and brake and related services, ensuring
guaranteed workmanship nationwide. To keep your tank full and your engine running smoothly BF Distributors is the answer. This group of companies ensures, among others, the supply of products to all Caltex retailers in the province as well as the supply of products to all commercial clients and is a proud supplier of all Caltex lubricants. This business strives towards giving you the service you deserve and have been a loyal and profitable distributor to the Caltex brand in South Africa for over 30 years. Limpopo is known for its warm temperatures and cruising the roads without a proper functioning air-conditioner can turn a pleasant drive nasty. Auto Electrical and Aircon Specialist in Superbia is rigged with the latest equipment to assist motorists with any electrical fault or air conditioning challenges on their vehicles. If you are a businessman and hope to draw more attention to your company, We Brand It is the perfect shop to stop and get excellent quota-
tions on various items to be branded, including your vehicle. Their vision is to be the leader in creating value in the promotional industry by providing products and services that are recognised by their clients as key factors in their success. Their mission is to offer a complete package to all clients with exceptional service at cost effective prices. They specialise in the branding of T-shirts, caps, jackets, sweaters, safety wear, pens, notebooks, crockery, umbrellas, banners and a wide range of metal, plastic, marble, glass and even custom designed trophies. Crime is high and drivers are constantly cautioned to be alert. When it comes to vehicle safety two local businesses stand out. CRS Sound and Security and Auto Sound and Alarms both strive towards staying ahead of the criminal mind as well as providing superb vehicle sound systems. CRS Sound and Security sells and installs the world’s leading brands of car audio/stereo such as Sony, Alpine, Pioneer and audio/visual entertainment systems, vehicle security alarms and radar detectors. CRS commenced trading in Polokwane in 1999 and has established a strong and trusted brand within the area. At Auto Sound and Alarm the technicians are among the best in the business and they specialise in full custom audio/stereo installations. They put the same fanatical care and attention into their standard installs as well, ensuring you always have the ultimate listening experience in your vehicle.
102 RIVIER STREET, LADINE, POLOKWANE P.O. BOX 31307, SUPERBIA. POLOKWANE, 0759 TEL: 015 293 1446, FAX: 015 293 1448, E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org DION - 082 459 2527, FANIE - 083 265 1427
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Gereformeerde Kerk se basaar bied iets vir almal BARRY VILJOEN >>email@example.com Die Gereformeerde Kerk Pietersburg se basaar met vragte vars groente en vrugte, keurig verpakte vleis en tuisgebak het Saterdagoggend wye belangstelling geniet. Eie aan ‘n kerkbasaar was die kerrie en rys, pannekoek, verskeidenheid poedings en tradisionele boere-ontbyt groot treffers. Die witolifanttafel met sy groot versameling gebruikte boeke en snuisterye is ewe ywerig ondersteun. Tydens die veiling kon kopers ‘n biljarttafel en ‘n splinternuwe stel gholfstokke teen winskooppryse bekom. Foto’s: Barry Viljoen
Susan Pretorius lê weg aan die heerlike boere-ontbyt.
Sarie Kotzé, Truia Delport en Im Coetsee by die poedingtafel.
Antjie du Toit beman die koektafel.
KAMPHERBEEK TWINE & POGRUND
25A Biccard Street • Tel: 015 295 0420/21 Jackie PROPERTIES OF THE WEEK
OLIVE GROVE FAIR VIEW Ground Floor unit Ground Floor unit Ground Floor units 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom 2 Bedrooms, 1Bathroom Double Carport, Garden Carport, Garden Carport, Garden R 989,000 R 898,800 R 799,000 Ground Floor unit Ground Floor units 1st Floor unit 2 Bedrooms, 3 Bedrooms 3 Bedrooms 1 Bathroom, 1½ Bathroom 1 Bathroom Carport, Double Carport Carport Garden Balcony Garden R 837,900 R 890,000 R 903,000 For thE dEVEloPEr stands For salE thornhill 2 674 m² (8 units) @ R2 246 160 4 207m² (12 units) @ R3 281 460
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Woodhill EstatE 599 m²@ R 444 000 737 m² @ R 561 000 863 m² @ R 700 403 501 m² @ R 407 505 507 m² @ R 419 108 thornhill 971 m² @ R850 000 1 193 m² @ R944 000 893 m² @ R788 000
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R1 900 R2 800 R3 000 R5 000 R3 400 R5 800 R3 400 R3 800 R4 600 R5 800 R5 900 R6 000 R3 000 R4 450 R5 250 R5 000 R5 500
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KANTOOR TE HUUR
“Having achieved more than 50 Years of property
1 x 120 m² - ground floor. Watermelon Street, Platinum Park.
makes us the obvious choice”
HOUSE OF THE WEEK FARM IN MUSINA AREA - R15 404 000
015 297 2636
OFFICES TO LET
from R2 975.00 per month VAT, water and electricity included Covered parking at R375,00 (VAT incl.) per month.
CAll 083 268 5017
WAREHOUSE/ STORAGE TO LET
WEB: 335915 Erf size: 1 575 ha
GAME FARM WITH A MAGNIFICENT VIEW!
This beautiful farm with several Boabab trees is situated ± 55 km north of Makhado and ± 169 km from Polokwane. This 1 575 ha farm is divided in smaller game fenced camps for exotic game and outer fences are electrified. The farm is for sale as a whole or in two different portions. The hilltop lodge with its stunning view consists of the following: 6 x large, thatched, self catering chalets with luxurious finishes. Communal entertainment facilities with bar and kitchen. Braai facilities and swimming pool. For the hunter the farm also provides a state-of-theart tented hunting camp with large communal kitchen, slaughtering facilities with equipped butchery.
MARIETTE PRETORIUS 082 200 5227 EMDO PARK DEVELOPMENT CONTACT OUR AGENTS TO BUY YOUR DREAM HOUSE FROM R430 000.00
FOLLOW OUR SHOW BOARDS ON 12 AND 13 NOVEMBER SHOW TIMES: 13:00 – 18:00
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R2 985 000
R1 968 000
1x 1 000m² for R18.00/m² Tweefontein Smallholdings 3km from SAB Long-term
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BEAUTIFUL HOUSE IN EXCLUSIVE VILLAGE!
(O) 015 297 1140 KWENA RAMMUTLA 076 090 9530
(O) 015 297 1140 LOUISE OOSTHUIZEN 071 609 6256
Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Seeff Web: 336821
R1 450 000
Johann Swart 082 829 5084
offices Maneoprops 072 614 4333
BEAUTIFUL HOME IN WATERBERRY ESTATE!
Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 334472
(O) 015 297 1140 SANNELIE OOSTHUIZEN 082 493 7824
THIS HOUSE HAS POTENTIAL
Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Seeff Web: 337416
(O) 015 297 1140 ANNELISE BOOYSEN 079 490 9569
Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 288835
R1 650 000
HAVE YOU BEEN LOOKING FOR A PROPERTY IN A COUNTRY ESTATE?
Bedrooms 6 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 336926
(O) 015 297 1140 SANDY SMITH 083 268 7436
R3 499 000
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Bedrooms 3 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 335493
(O) 015 297 1140 SINDILE MLAUZI 076 062 9454
THIS HOME IS THE PERFECT FUSION BETWEEN STYLE AND FUCTIONALITY!!
R2 569 000
Bedrooms 4 Bathrooms 3 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 334347
(O) 015 297 1140 SUNET SCHEEPERS 083 941 7357
R7 160 000
SOLID AS A ROCK AND OPEN FOR ADMIRATION!
Bedrooms 5 Bathrooms 2 Garages 2 Seeff Web: 334639
EXCLUSIVE GAME FARM IN LIMPOPO! ERF SIZE: 724 HA
Big house Several Chalets Seeff Web: 325625
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15A Schoeman Street, Polokwane, 0700, P.O. Box 1961, Polokwane, 0699 Tel: 015 295 3134 Fax: 015 295 3161 E-mail: email@example.com Website: www.aida.co.za
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ROSEMARY 082 804 9725
EACH FRANCHISE INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED
Tel: 015 295 3134
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PHASE 3: NOW SELLING
PHOTO: WARREN BLUNT
Pictured at the Emotional Intelligence Workshop that was hosted by Mitchell House on Saturday is Hennie Vorster (CEO of H2 Business Consulting), Safiya Sonpra (Chairperson Mitchell House Parents Association) and Andrew Cook (Headmaster, Mitchell House).
Learning how to manage your emotions WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org
PACKAGES CAN BE STRUCTURED TO MEET YOUR NEEDS • MANY OPTIONS TO CHOOSE FROM.
EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD!
BODORP • R1 060 000
MÔREGLOED • R2 200 000
BENDOR • R2 400 000
LADANNA • R890 000
OFFICES IN SECURED COMPLEX. Ref: 91344181573 Offices in popular Hans van Rensburg Street within walking distance from CBD and other office developments. Currently used as residence but can immediately be used as offices. Call now. Tomorrow might be too late. 0 1 Carports 0 3 1 RINA • 082 929 9171
SUPERMARKET/CAFE Ref: 91344184787 Well positioned cafe/supermarket offering excellent turnover from passing trade. Ideally positioned on busy road with good visibility. Turnover R480 000 - R510 000. Ideal opportunity.
THE WAY YOU LIKE ME. REF: 91344185487 Large double-storey thatched beautiful and relaxing family home. Open-plan living area. Sparkling pool. Well positioned, private and secure. Just around the corner from Mall of the North. Ideal for entertainment. 1 LOUWRENS • 082 958 6632 5 3½ 2 Carports 2
Ref: 91344163699 Fantastic family home with marvellous kitchen and veranda – very big. The property is ideal for future development with great potential.
RINA • 082 929 9171
INA • 079 597 8636
Emotional intelligence has become an important factor in giving a child the edge in a fastmoving modern day society, characterised by new technology, a highly competitive education environment and many other challenges. Mitchell House held an Emotional Intelligence Workshop on Saturday presented by Hennie Vorster, the founder and CEO of H2 Business Consulting and a motivational speaker, business and life coach, and qualified psychologist. The aim of the workshop was for parents and teachers to learn how to know and manage their emotions, and that of their children. During the workshop Vorster covered topics such as the ability to identify, use, understand and manage emotions in positive ways to relieve stress, communicate effectively, empathise with others, overcome challenges and defuse conflict. Emotional intelligence impacts on many different aspects of a person’s daily life, such as the way you behave and interact with other people and everybody who attended learnt more on how emotions rule our daily lives.
email@example.com FLORA PARK • R695 000
EDUAN PARK • R1 032 000
SESHEGO • R550 000
STER PARK • R1 850 000
BEGINNER’S LUCK. Ref: 91344183949 Family home with low maintenance – stand of 600 m² that gives you space to extend. Big Wendy can be used for extra room. Near all schools and shopping centres. Call today to view.
PERFECT FOR ANYONE LOOKING AT PROPERTY IN ESTABLISHED AREA. REF: 91344185405 A spacious family home with swimming pool - braai area - borehole and burglar bars. Lockable gate and garages. The home is close to amenities such as schools - crèches and supermarkets. Call today to view!
PERFECT LOCK-UP-AND-GO. Ref: 91344181114 Clean house. Spacious family home on 372 m² stand. A dream kitchen with cherry wood cupboards and gorgeous main bedroom. Peaceful surroundings and good neighbours. Become the proud owner.
EXCELLENT LOCATION – UPMARKET AREA. Ref: 91344171649 Superb family home. Close to schools and shopping centres. Spacious open plan living areas with a well planned kitchen – lapa, sparkling pool, storeroom, bar, 3 Wendy houses, 3 carports, electric fence, 4 security cameras keeping an eye on your safety. Please don’t wait. Call today.
0 Carports 2
INA • 079 597 8636
2 Carports 0
JACOB • 082 466 8366
JAMES • 072 236 7310
SIAS • 082 372 7265
LEEUKUIL • R1 860 000
KALKFONTEIN • R660 000
IVY PARK • R6 500 000
AFRICAN JEWEL • R850 000
A WELL POSITIONED PLOT IN KALKFONTEIN. Ref: 91344185483 8.5Ha plot not far from Polokwane offering a basic structure consisting of three bedrooms and one bathroom. Lockable gates and well fenced area. The plot is close to other amenities and is adjacent to the national road to University of Limpopo and Mankweng Academic Hospital.
INVESTORS DREAM. Ref: 91344185010 1.5 ha piece of land zoned ‘business 3’, fully serviced with existing conference facility. Only a few minutes from the CBD. The property lies along a main entrance to Polokwane CBD offering excellent exposure. The property can be used for a variety of businesses, including a place of instruction. Call for viewing. It’s priced to go VICTOR • 073 066 6805
BIG FAMILY HOUSE. Ref: 91344185629 Stunning house in African Jewel.745 m² corner stand. Yard paved inside and outside. Walled around and lockable gate. Braai area. Big space for children to play. Close to school and shopping centre. Call now to view.
BENDOR • R545 000
BENDOR • R940 000
BENDOR • R805 000
BENDOR • R995 000
A STUNNING TOWNHOUSE SITUATED IN BENDOR. Ref: 91344182676 The property is ideal for bachelors and pensioners. Open-plan lounge and kitchen with nice wooden units. Nice garden. Close to all amenities. Make this yours!
UPMARKET TOWNHOUSE IN SECURITY ESTATE. Ref: 91344185407 Upmarket townhouse with lock -up garage in security estate close to schools and Mall of the North. Beautiful kitchen with granite tops and large yard. Security complex has a squash court, tennis court and lovely pool with braai area. A must to see. Call Essie today.
EXQUISITE TOWNHOUSE IN UPMARKET SECURITY ESTATE. Ref: 91344185701 Lovely two bedroom townhouse in security estate close to gym, schools and shopping centre. Walking distance to Mall of the North. Modern finishes in kitchen. Ideal for the first time buyer. A must view, contact me today!
TOWNHOUSE IN EXCELLENT AREA. Ref: 990543294 Prime property in a well sought-after security village, offering tranquillity and spacious rooms. An abundance of amenities nearby commanding exclusivity! High level of privacy with contemporary design, fixtures and finishes! Look no further it is yours. 1 2 Carports 0 3 2 VICTOR • 073 066 6805
JACOB • 082 466 8366
SIMON • 082 476 8916
ESSIE • 071 391 4750
Celtic Meadows - 91344184588 800
R456 000 Louwrens - 082 958 6632
Thornhill - 91344185298
Jacob - 082 466 8366
Woodhill - 91344185759
Essie - 071 391 4750
Ster Park - 91344185334
Ina - 079 597 8636
Bodorp - 91344161670
R6 200 000 Rina - 082 929 9171
22Ha OF NATURE. Ref: 90543294 More for your money. Perfectly situated. No land claims. Ideal for a big family. House has a study, lounge and laundry. Lapa for entertainment. Call today to view. 0 LOUWRENS • 082 958 6632 0 Carports 1 4 2 SIMON • 082 476 8916
ESSIE • 071 391 4750
HOUSES TO LET
TOWNHOUSES TO LET KORAAL BODORP BENDOR
R5 500 R 3,850 R 5,000 R 5,500 R 5,500
2 2 2 2 2
2 1 1 1 1
1 1 1
RETHABILE GARDENS R4 ,500
We need houses, flats & plots to rent for good, long-term tenants!
ELMARIE - 082 977 7020
Diamond Arrow Award 1st Overall
HENNIE HANTI JAMES LOUWRENS PETER GRETHA SIAS VICTOR ELMARIE INA KOWIE RINA ESSIE JACOB SIMON 083 245 1018 084 549 5928 072 236 7310 082 958 6632 073 219 4538 082 802 1874 082 372 7265 073 066 6805 082 977 7020 082 466 8366 079 597 8636 082 476 8916 082 854 0452 082 929 9171 071 391 4750
EVERYTHING WE TOUCH TURNS TO SOLD
BENDOR: R470 000: Stand on popular main street. Build your house on this 772m² stand. Close to Cycad centre. ACACIA ESTATE: R995 000: For the investor. A freestanding 3 bedr, 2 bathr house in an estate. No garage. Carport. BENDOR GABLES: R995 000: Enjoy the peaceful lifestyle in this well kept 2 bedr, 2 bathr spacious townhouse. 1 Garage. NEW FLORA PARK: R690 000: We all need to start somewhere. Buy this 71m² house situated right in the centre of this 582m² stand. Space to extend.
WAREHOUSE TO LET DOLORIET STREET
• 165 m² warehouse space • R8 200-00 per month • Water & electricity excluded
AVAILABLE END NOVEMBER Contact: 084 428 3939
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Exclusive PROPERTIES Our name means a great deal! TEL: 015 295 4537/8 | 071 670 6643 | Fax: 015 291 1166 7a HaNS VaN RENSBURG STREET TO LET KORAAL – PERSONE BO 50 JAAR R1900 – Eenmanwoonstel met badkamer, kombuis en afdak. Beskikbaar vanaf middel November. SUNSET BOULEVARD GOEIE SEKURITEIT R4460 – Moderne eenmanwoonstel met vol badkamer, kombuis, was-area, afdak en parkering. Selektiewe gebruik van swembad en lapa, water ingesluit. Beskikbaar middel November. MAGAZYNST R3300 – 1 Slaapkamer woonstel met badkamer, sitkamer, kombuis en parkering. R3565 – 2 Bedrooms, bathroom, lounge and kitchen. No parking. Prepaid electricity. Available 1 Dec ‘15 DORP / TOWN R2500 – Bachelor flat with kitchen and bathroom. Carport and communal swimming pool. Water R200 pm; prepaid electricity. R3180 – Walking distance from CBD. 1 Bedroom flat, lounge, kitchen and bathroom. Available immediately. R3985 – Moderne 2 slaapkamer woonstel beskikbaar met badkamer, sitkamer, kombuis en afdak. Geen diere. THE COTTAGE R4400 – 2 Bedroom townhouse, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and carport.
LADANNA R3500 – 1 Slaapkamer woonstel met sitkamer, eetkamer, kombuis, badkamer en afdak. Koopkrag. R4250 – 2 Bedroom townhouse with bathroom, lounge, kitchen and carport. Prepaid electricity. EDUANPARK R9500 – 3 Slaapkamer huis met 2 badkamers, sitkamer, eetkamer, studeerkamer, kombuis, opwas, 2 stoorkamers, buitetoilet, motorhuis PLUS: 2 Slaapkamer woonstel met sitkamer, kombuis en afdak. Beskikbaar 1 Des. R13370 – 4 Bedroom house with 3 bathrooms, lounge, dining room, TV room, kitchen, laundry, double garage and swimming pool.
Various office space available, sizes from 100 m² to 598 m².
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ULTIMATE STYLE, QUALITY, SPACE, LOCATION AND MUCH MORE! Well designed for indoor and outdoor living. Pool, extraordinary lapa braai and pizza oven. Strong borehole and 2 tanks make gardening a pleasure. Double volume thatched roof. Modern openplan kitchen and 4 living areas.
R6 557 000
Marianna 083 083 268 268 5097 5097
082 082 953 953 1686 1686
ENTERTAINER’S DREAM! This lovely 5 bedroom family home has lots to offer. 3 Living areas with double volume ceilings. Open-plan, well designed kitchen with pantry and laundry. 2 Studies, double garage and 2 carports. 2 Entertainment areas plus sparkling pool. Landscaped 2 030 m² and water wise garden. Strong borehole.
R2 497 000 LARGE FAMILY HOME! Well located house in Flora Park. Family home, offering 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, beautiful maintained garden, borehole, irrigation and Wendy house. A warm friendly feeling when you enter this house. 4 Garages
R1 750 000
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Tel: 015 295 9014 Marlene
082 082 804 804 4156 4156
UP FOR SALE!! 3 Bedroom house right next to the new High Court building. Not to be missed for further business rights and office space. Call today!!
R2 400 000
Marianna 083 083 268 268 5097 5097
A LOVELY, MODERN FAMILY HOME WITH AMPLE SPACE. Open-plan kitchen plus separate scullery and laundry. 2 Living areas, 3 spacious bedrooms (all en suite). Double garage; entertainment area with braai.
R1 857 000
WE ARE NOW ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE WEB TO LET CENTRAL CBD - Retail space: Kruger Street : 348 m² @ R24 430.00 pm. Kruger Street: 325 m² @ R22 815.00 pm. Market Street: 135 m² @ R 9 800.00 p.m (PRIME SITE!) CBD - Offices: CBD East: 326 m², 110 m² and 123 m² @ R60/m². Parking available at R350/bay/m. Thabo Mbeki St: 66m² @ R110m². HAMPTON COURT A-Grade offices: 140 m² @ R140/m², plus parking ALSO: A-Grade offices: 342 m² @ R 120/m² WAREHOUSES/WORKSHOPS: Superbia: Excellent warehouse with covered load-bays etc: 2 100 m² @ R30/m² Laboria: Warehouse: 500 m² @ R15 000 p.m. Industria: Warehouse/workshop with 2 000 m² offices @ R40 000 pm. ALL AMOUNTS QUOTED ABOVE EXCLUDE VAT. RAYMOND 082 458 4239 BETWEEN R300 000 AND R400 000 1)MAHLASEDI PARK - A vacant land of 391m². 2) SESHEGO ZONE 1 - 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, lounge, kitchen and double garage. BETWEEN R400 000 AND R500 000 1)Woodhill – R450 000 - Vacant stand, 604m² 1)MADIBA PARK - 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom lounge, kitchen. Very neat. 2)FLAT IN LADANNA: R430 000 - 2 Bedrooms, bathroom, lounge, kitchen and a carport. Only two units left. Act now!! OVER R 500 000 1)MAHLAKO A PHAAHLA - Newly built 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms, lounge and kitchen. Make an offer now!!!!!!!!
MABATHO 083 747 2056 email@example.com MAHLASEDI PARK NEW EXTENSION 83 Stands available from R199 500.00 (only 34 stands) act fast ! BETWEEN R 350 000 and R 400 000 1) WOODHILL ESTATE- 418 m² vacant stand. BETWEEN R 400 000 and R 460 000 1) SESHEGO ZONE 3 - A 2 bedroom house with dining room, kitchen and 1bathroom, newly renovated. 2) SESHEGO ZONE 8 – R 360 000 - A lovely home with 3 sunny bedrooms, dining room, kitchen, 1bathroom and a carport. Low maintenance! BETWEEN R 550 000 AND OVER 1) SESHEGO ZONE 4 - Beautiful 3 bedroomed home with dining room, kitchen with built-in units, 1 bathroom and double garage 2)MAHLAKO A PHAHLA - A newly built 2 bedroom house with dining room, kitchen and 1 bathroom. 3) MAHLASEDI PARK: R650 000 - 3 Bedroomed house with dining room, kitchen and 2 bathrooms 4) LEGAE LA BATHO: R750 000 - A 3 bedroom house with dining room, lounge, kitchen, 2 bathrooms, laundry and double garage on a corner stand. 5) MADIBA PARK :R550 000 - Spacious 3 bedroomed house with dining room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms and a garage. QUALIFIED BUYERS ARE WAITING: CALL YOUR AREA SPECIALIST NOW!
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WE REQUIRE COMMERCIAL PROPERTY TO SELL AND ARE ALSO PROFESSIONAL PROPERTY AND DECEASED ESTATE VALUERS. Call Francois at 082 4466 740 / Theo at 082 990 7275 FRANCOIS 082 446 6740
THEO 082 990 7275
Farms / Smallholdings For Sale SMALL Holdings / Plotte: 10 km from Mall of the North, 8,5ha, 3 houses, strong borehole – R 1 935 000-00 8 km on Dendron road, 21ha, game fenced (electric), water rich area, old house, shed @ R 2 160 000-00 Game Farms / Wildsplase: 1. Bandur: North-east of Alldays, 2000ha Game Farm with fully equipped Lodge. 2. Polokwane: 2000ha Game farm with 5-star Lodge and beautiful topography, Going concern. (± 30 km from city) 3. Polokwane: 1880ha, Game Farm within 8 000ha Game Reserve, Going concern. 4. Maasstroom: 1700ha, Geëlektrifisieerde wildwering, grasdak woonhuis 680 m², tweede huis, 6 chalets, lapa, swembad, 14ha spilpunt, 10ha drupper, buffelkampe, volop wild. Cattle Farms / Beesplase: 1. Alldays: 629Ha bosveldplaas met goeie weiding. 2. Alldays: 460Ha bosveld binneplaas met mooi bos. 3. Polokwane West: 600Ha Cattle/Game Farm.(± 20 km from city) Game fenced, excellent for Buffalo breeding. 4. Polokwane East: 4300ha, 5 title deeds, beautiful surrounds. P.O.R. Irrigation Farms / Besproeiing: 1. Baltimore: 939ha, 2 x14ha spilpunte, 28ha druppers, 600ha wildkamp, woonhuis, tabakstoor en kelder, binneplaas. LIFE STYLE FARMS: 1) DENDRON/LEGKRAAL: Wildwerende binneplaas met goeie 4 slaapkamerhuis, toegeboude lapa, mooi tuin , wildsuipings, gronddam: -134ha (implemente ingesluit) 2) Waterpoort: Toegespande speelplaas met 4 Wendyhuise, mooi lapa en sentrale kombuis,buitegeboue en boorgat. 230ha. (R2,5m) WANTED: GAME, CATTLE, IRRIGATION, LIFESTYLE FARMS FOR SALE IN LIMPOPO PROVINCE
PHILIP 082 937 3683 email@example.com
If you want to list your property, phone any agent, if you want to sell your property, phone me!! 1) LADANNA – R980 000: 4 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, dining room, kitchen, lounge and TV-room, 1 garage, 5 carports. Nice braai and entertainment area. (Spacious home at a great price!!) 2) FLAT: UPPER TOWN– R570 000 mil (Neg) - 2 Bedrooms,1 bathroom, open-plan kitchen and lounge with 2 garages. (Good first time buy! Urgent sale!) 3) LUXURY TOWNHOUSES IN EDUAN PARK @ R 798 000.00 (SOLE MANDATE) - Spacious 100m² units each with 2 sunny bedrooms,1modern bathroom, separate toilet, open-plan living area, modern kitchen and single garage. Private yard each with its own splash pool and built-in barbeque for the hot summer months. (ONLY 2 LEFT!!!) 3) 2 x LADANNA FLATS – R 430 000 (Each) - 2 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open-plan kitchen & dining room area, 1 x carport (Investors!!!) 4) LEEUKUIL PLOT – R1.1MIL (Neg) - 2 Houses. First: 5 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, kitchen and dining room, living room and 1 carport. Second: 3 Bedrooms, 1 bathroom, open-plan kitchen and living area and 3 carports. 1 Equipped borehole. (Urgent sale!) 5)STANDS! 644 m² - R380 000 Thornhill (Urgent sale!) 682 m² - R400 000 Northview (Urgent sale!)
1) SESHEGO ZONE-5 – R580 000 3 Bedroom home with welcoming finishes, garage paved and walled. 2) MANKWENG – R570 000 This unique home is situated in a popular township of Mankweng where demand is high. 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms (one not completed) spacious lounge, separate garage plus storeroom. 3) MANKWENG – R500 000 This calls for investors, those who, because of its proximity, want to accommodate students from the university. It comprises: 2 bedrooms,bathroom,open -plan lounge and kitchen. The stand is more than 500m² in size. 4) OLD FLORA PARK –R1.2 mil. A home with 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 3 living areas, double garage, paved,space galore and well situated. WE need houses to sell around Savannah Mall. Please speak to your recognised agent today for assistance.
HANNELIE 083 412 0009 firstname.lastname@example.org
ERNEST 072 696 6004 email@example.com
Michelle 082 303 9111
Erika 082 953 1686
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Marianna 083 268 5097
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CONTaCT SaN: 072 159 5126
1) SECURITY ESTATE: MODERN TOWNHOUSE: R980 000.00 2 Bedroom, 2 Bathrooms, open-plan living area, awesome kitchen, garage, private garden; close to Mall and Thornhill shopping complex. 2) BENDOR: R2 500 000.00 Groot familiewoning met 3 leefareas, 7 slaapkamers, 3 badkamers, dubbel motorhuis, spogkombuis, opwas plus 1 slaapkamer woonstel op groot 2 039 m² erf met swembad. 3) BEAUTIFUL PLOT 17HA: R2 800 000.00 4 Bedroom house, double garage, pool, lapa, electric fence, plus 2 x 3 bedroom flats, 2 x 2 bedroom flats, 2 earth dams. High rental income. Scenic area.
CONTaCT MaNIE: 083 635 0513
1) BUSINESS 2 PROPERTY IN COMMERCIAL BUSINESS AREA OF ANNADALE – 2 855 m² 2) 2 x INDUSTRIAL WAREHOUSES FOR SALE 3) 46 HECTARE AVO AND FRUIT FARM, DWELLING AND OUTBUILDINGS, WITH WATER RIGHTS FROM LETABA RIVER
CONTaCT STEPhEN: 082 558 3525 HOUSES + STANDS: 1) ±1 500 m² zoned 7 units R1 500 000.00 2) BENDOR – 4 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, en suite guest room – pool. R1 700 000.00 3) PENINA PARK 3 000m² zoned 20 Units R2 500 000.00 4) 5 700 m² Corner stand in central Polokwane (Great exposure) PLOTS: 1) ROODEPOORT: 26 ha vacant R1 500 000.00 neg 2) ON N1 PRETORIA RD 8.5 ha FARMS: 1) ALLDAYS 1 000 ha – GAME FARM: R8 000 000.00 2) PIETERSBURG 300 ha - CATTLE/ CROP FARM + loose assets (100 Bonsmara cattle) 2 houses, strong water, pivot: R6 500 000.00 3) VIVO – 850 ha Game farm, house, loose assets and game: R9 000 000.00 4) BYLSTEEL PAD 400ha: R3 500 000.00 5) SWARTWATER: 700ha 6) MESSINA - ±2400ha 7) PIETERSBURG 260h: R2 600 000.00 INDUSTRIAL - FOR SALE: 1) Prime Location – Fully let industrial development: R8 000 000.00 with monthly income of ±R80 000.00 pm 2) Business Opportunity – Mankweng area. Distributing business with vehicles, 3 properties and distribution rights. Owner retiring!
CONTaCT MaTIE: 083 271 5259
TO LET: RESIDENTIAL: CONTACT: SAN 072 159 5126 MID-TOWN: Rooms with own bathroom, NO kitchen: Immediately available: R2 615.00 2 Rooms available from 1 November: R2 450.00 and R2 712.00. Water and electricity included! UPPERTOWN: HOUSE: R11 000.00 Lounge, dining room, kitchen, scullery, 3 bedrooms, bathroom, office. Situated on very big stand of nearly 6 000 m². Very prominent corner. FLATS ON PLOT: 20 KM FROM TOWN: 2 Bedrooms, open-plan living area, bathroom, garage. R2 850.00 Immediately 3 Bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, open-plan living area, garage. R3 900.00 Immediately TWEEFONTEIN: Cosy 2 bedroom flat on plot: R4 400.00 Immediately
CONTaCT SOLET: 082 498 4415
TO LET: INDUSTRIAL: CONTACT: STEPHEN - 015 287 3300 Industrial: To let: 1) 600 m² + 200 m² Offices, good exposure, Dendron road 2) 1 800 m² warehouse + 300 m² office Nirvana Office Space: 1) 430 m² CBD with parking – Prime 2) Modern – freestanding office, 600 m² Close to CBD (can be divided) 3) 345 m² - Offices and boardroom, plus parking (Hampton Court) 4) 100m² Office CBD 5) Office CBD – Marshall Street ±220 m² 6) Hampton Court office 280 m² 7) Small office – Platinum Park
1) TWEEFONTEIN PLOT 8.5ha: R2 100 000.00 3 Bedroom house, 3 x 2 bedroom houses, 1 x 1 bedroom house. Entertainment area. Close to N1 with high rental income potential!! 2) 500ha BESPROEIINGSPLAAS: R6 300 000.00 Dendron omgewing, 18ha onder besproeiing. 3 Slaapkamer huis, 2 slaapkamer woonstel, groot pakstoor, werkswinkel, afdakke ens. Goedontwikkelde plaas. 3) VACANT STAND OF 1 356 m² IN CELTIC LODGE: R850 000.00 4) 4 ha PLOT IVYDALE: R5 500 000.00 On main road, excellent investment potential, 4 bedroom house, 2 bedroom house, workshop and storerooms of ±1 000m² 5) 4ha PLOT, MYNGENOEGEN: R800 000.00 Undeveloped, next to tar road.
1) SPACIOUS TOWNHOUSE: R880 000.00 Near town and MediClinic. Consists of 3 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, open-plan living area, kitchen and scullery. Outside room and bathroom. Single garage. 2) PENINA PARK: R1 185 000.00 Large family home consisting of 3 spacious bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, TV-room, Lounge, dining room, kitchen with scullery. Double garage; neat garden with strong borehole. 3) WOODHILL: R775 000.00 Modern 2 bedroom, ground floor flat with openplan living area. Neat garden and carport.
November 6, 2014
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STORAGE TO LET We can store from bikes to big boats. From R400 p.m. Polokwane Self Storage. 082 446 4574 / 082 964 4139 / 082 460 4439 ____________________ STORAGE TO LET 4 km from SAB on LTT Road from R550 p.m. Johan 083 459 7046 ____________________ NUUTGEBOUDE STOOREENHEDE TE HUUR OP IVYDALE Contact Jana 082 788 7333 ____________________
EK KOOP ENIGE GOUE JUWELE VIR KONTANT Al is dit gebreek. Ek kom u sien, waar u ook al is. Skakel of SMS Deon 074 067 2064 ____________________
CONFERENCE FACILITIES From 20 to 400 delegates. Weddings, funerals, theme parties, ethnic. Tel 015 295 5264 Cell 079 899 5405 ___________________ MAINTENANCE & CONSTRUCTION Revamp offices, houses, plots, small building jobs, plumbing, painting, tiling & electrical. SOUTHGATE Contact Danie 079 894 8963 ___________________ ALLE LANGAFSTAND MEUBELVERVOER Kontak Anna-Mari 0861 111 129 ___________________ PROFESSIONAL SERVICES FOR ALL CARPETS AND UPHOLSTERY We do houses and businesses. High tech equipment and SABS approved chemicals. www.lulu.co.za Call Brenda 072 799 6424 or Piet 078 004 6677 ___________________
EK KOOP MOTORS/ BAKKIES VIR KONTANT I BUY CARS/ BAKKIES FOR CASH R30 000 - R100 000 Contact Neels 083 459 7177 ____________________
FOR SALE GENERAL
STRAPLESS BALLGOWN WEDDING DRESS Beaded Bodice with crystals and pearls. Zip-up back, white pearl colour. Size 10 to 12. R3 500. cash. Contact Elize 082 436 0111 ____________________
TO LET T/HOUSES
TO LET BACHELOR FLAT 1 bedroom up to 3 bedrooms in secure area. Contact 015 295 5264 Cell 079 899 5405 ____________________ LEEUWKUIL ESTATE BACHELOR unit in safe tranquil surroundings. 7 km from town. R2 200 per month. Contact 079 081 3152 ____________________ TE HUUR RUIM, 2 SLAAPKAMER in rustige, veilige omgewing met eie erf. 7km buite Polokwane. R3 900 per maand plus koopkrag. Kontak 084 451 1281 ____________________ TE HUUR 3 SLAAPKAMER MEENTHUIS IN ACASIA Dubbel garage met afdak, studeerkamer, oopplan met twee badkamers. Besproeiing. Deposito, R 9 380, Huur, R8 380 p.m. Kontak 015 296 0414 ____________________ ROOMS, BACHELOR, 1 BEDROOM, FLATS, 3 bedroom house, warehouses and workshops. Contact Andre 072 265 0507 072 133 0952 ____________________
TO LET HOUSES
TE HUUR HUIS OP PLOT 8 km op Dendron pad. Elektries omhein, groot tuin, 2 slaapkamers. R4 000 p.m. 3 Slaapkamers, R5 800 p.m. plus deposito. Water en elektrisiteit en tuinjong ingesluit. Skakel 082 588 5520 ____________________ RUIM 3 SLAAPKAMER HUIS OP SOETDORINGS Groot buitekamer en stoor, afdak asook skaduwee. Omhein, veilig area. Groot kombuis en sitkamer. Dep R6 000, huur R6 000. Beskikbaar 1 Januarie 2015. Koopkrag, water gratis. Kontak Koos 082 890 5862 ____________________ RUIM 4 SLAAPKAMER HUIS TE HUUR OP PLOT 10 km buite dorp. 2 Badkamers, eetkamer, sitkamer, kombuis, opwaskamer, 2 motorafdakke. Omhein, veilige area. R8 500 p.m. + deposito, W&L ing. Onmiddellik beskikbaar. Kontak Cathy 082 934 8634 of 073 468 1247 ____________________
LAEKOSTE HUISVESTING by HIEB in Dalmada beskikbaar. Kleinvertrek huise R2 400 p.m., Bachelor woonstelle R1 800 p.m. Wendy houtkamers R1 200 p.m. Gemeenskaplike ablusiegeriewe & eetplek. Vir meer inligting skakel Marina in kantoorure 015 297 2008 ____________________ Houses NortHview r 9500.00 3 Bed, 2 bath, lounge, dining, 2 garages, room with bathroom, storeroom. FauNa Park r 11500.00 5 Bed, 4 bath, lounge, diningroom, double garage, laundry, outside room. Môregloed r 10000.00 4 Bed, 2 bath, family room, kitchen, flat, swimming pool. NortHview r 7250.00 3 Bed, 2 bath, lounge, kitchen, double garage. ivy Park r 5130.00 2 Bed, 1 bath, kitchen, living area. FauNa Park r 7550.00 3 Bed, 2 bath, lounge, study, 2 garages, swimming pool. towNHouses FauNa Park r 6950.00 3 Bed, 2½ bath, lounge, kitchen, 1 garage. ladaNNa r 5900.00 3 Bed, 1 bath, lounge, garage. Flats rabe street r 4100.00 2 Bed, 1 bath, open plan kitchen/living area, 1 carport. sHoP CeNtral - r 25000.00 CeNtral Cbd – 200M² oFFiCes Cbd – r 2500.00 MarsHall street – r 10270.00 MarsHall street – r 25400.00 MarsHall CHaMbers –r 8134.00 laNddros Mare – 193M² Por dioNette 084 503 3964 MartiN 060 666 5432 audrey 072 632 7117 tHys 083 702 0768
SOUTHGATE COUNTRY LODGE Overnight accommodation from R350 p.n. Contact 015 295 5264 ___________________ GEMEUBILEERDE AKKOMMODASIE VIR ENKELPERSOON R4 500 ingesluit. Water en elektrisiteit. Daaglikse skoonmaak en wasgoed. Vir meer inligting skakel 082 329 7710 ____________________
NOTIFICATION OF THE AVAILABILITY OF SCOPING REPORT FOR PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENTS The Scoping report for the establishment of opencast mining activities on the farms Doornhoek 480 LS , Onverschot 408 LS, Klein Kemp 409 LS and Minnaarsdraai 1177 LS within Makhado Local Municipality of Vhembe District of Limpopo Province in accordance with Section 22 of MPRDA (Act 28 of 2002 as Amended) is available for public review. DMR reference no: LP30/5/1/ 2/2/10092MR. The report is available for review and commenting upon written request. Copy of the report is available at the Makhado Local Municipal offices, Rasila Secondary School and at the office of the advertiser, Phakanani Environmental for public viewing for a period of 40 days from the publishing of this notice. For further information pertaining to the project kindly contact the advertiser as per details below.
CLASSIFIED PHAKANANI ENVIRONMENTAL Miss Patience Sehlapelo 8 Burger Street Polokwane 0700 Tel: 015 295 7391 Fax: 086 618 5960 Email: patience@ phakanani.co.za 6/11 ___________________
NOTIFICATION OF THE ACCEPTANCE FOR MINING RIGHTS Notice is hereby given to Interested and affected parties that the application for mining rights on the remainder and portion 2 of the farm Langgenoeg 745 LS and portion 56 of the farm Palmietfontein 25 KS within Polokwane Local Municipality of Capricorn District of the Limpopo Province in terms of Section 22(1) of the Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Act 2002 (Act 28 of 2002) as amended by Mineral and Petroleum Resources Development Amendment Act 2008 (Act 49 of 2008) has been accepted. For more information contact the advertiser below. PHAKANANI ENVIRONMENTAL Miss Patience Sehlapelo 8 Burger Street Polokwane 0700 Tel: 015 295 7391 Fax: 086 618 5960 Email: patience@ phakanani.co.za 6/11 ___________________ NOTICE OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION PROCESS & NOTIFICATION OF BASIC ASSESSMENT REPORT AVAILABILITY FOR PUBLIC REVIEW AND COMMENTS Notice is hereby given in terms of Regulations 54 (2) (c) (i) of Government Notice R. 543 of 2010 promulgated in terms of the National Environmental Management Act (Act 107 of 1998) as amended. For the proposed development of Quartz and Granite Mine with Crushing plant on the remainder and portion of the farm Langgenoeg 745 LS and portion 56 of the farm Palmietfontein 24 KS within Polokwane Municipal area. The mining complex will cover approximately 40 hectares of land whereby 15 hectares will be used for excavation of the minerals and the remaining 25 hectares will be used for processing plant, administration buildings, workshops, settling pond, and reservoir and stockpile areas. The final Basic Assessment Assessment og Langgenoeg Report is available for Interested and Affected Parties and will be made available for review and commenting upon written request. Copies of the report will also be available at Phakanani Evironmental office for public viewing within 40 days of the publication of this notice. For further information pertaining to the project, kindly contact Phakanani Environmental. PHAKANANI ENVIRONMENTAL Miss Patience Sehlapelo 8 Burger Street Polokwane 0700 Tel: 015 295 7391 Fax: 086 618 5960 Email: patience@ phakanani.co.za 6/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT AMENDMENT SCHEME 490
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 1 (remaining extent) and Portion 3 of erf 587 Pietersburg – situated at 133 Marshall Street and 10A Biccard Street Polokwane from “Business 4” to “Business 2” for the purpose of shops and offices. 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 31 October 2014. 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 P O Box 111 Polokwane 0700 within a period of 28 days from 31 October 2014. Address of Agent Kamekho Consulting P O Box 4169 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 082 456 3173 Fax: 086 614 9265 30/10 6/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT WYSIGINGSKEMA 490 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 1 (resterende gedeelte) en Gedeelte 3 van Erf 587 Pietersburg –geleë te Marshallstraat 133 en Biccardstraat 10A Polokwane vanaf “Besigheid 4” na “Besigheid 2” vir die doeleindes van winkels en kantore. Besonderhede van die saak 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 31 Oktober 2014. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 31 Oktober
2014 skriftelik by of tot die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of by Posbus 111 Polokwane 0700 ingedien of gerig word. Adres van Agent: Kamekho Consulting Posbus 4169 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 082 456 3173 Faks: 086 614 9265 30/10 6/11 ___________________
POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT AMENDMENT SCHEME 491 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) We Matete and Associates Consultants being the authorised agent of the owner (Polokwane Municipality) of the Erf 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 we 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 1 to Portion 4 of erf 397 Seshego 9L (Lethuli Park) from “Educational” to “Residential 1” for Single Dwelling Units. 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 7 November 2014. 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 P O Box 111 Polokwane 0700 within a period of 28 days from 07 November 2014. Address of Agent: Matete and Associates Consultants P O Box 339 Bendor Park Polokwane 0713 Tel: 087 700 4523 Cell: 078 581 7466 Fax: 086 568 1623 6/11 13/11 ___________________ POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT WYSIGINGSKEMA 491 KENNISGEWING VIR 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) Ons Matete and Associates Consultants, synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar (Polokwane Munisipaliteit) van die ondergenoemde erf, gee hiermee ingevolge artikel 56(1)(b) (i) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) kennis dat ons by die Polokwane Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die Dorpsbeplanningskema bekend as die Polokwane/ Perskebult Dorpsbeplanningskema 2007 vir hersonering van Gedeelte 1 vir 4 van erf 397 Seshego 9L (Lethuli Park) vanaf “Institusionele” na “Residensieel 1” ‘vir Enkelwoondoeleindes. Besonderhede van
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LOCAL AUTHORITY NOTICE POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT AMENDMENT SCHEME 492 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR THE AMENDMENT OF THE POLOKWANE/ PERSKEBULT TOWNPLANNING SCHEME 2007, IN TERMS OF SECTION 56(1)(B)(I) OF THE TOWNPLANNING AND TOWNSHIPS ORDINANCE 1986 (ORDINANCE NO 15 OF 1986) Kamekho Consulting, being the authorised agent of the owner of the erf mentioned below hereby give notice in terms of Section 56(1)(b)(i) of the Townplanning and Townships Ordinance 1986 (Ordinance No 15 of 1986) that we have applied to the Polokwane Municipality for the amendment of the Townplanning Scheme known as the Polokwane/ Perskebult Townplanning Scheme, 2007 in so far as the rezoning of Erf 1044, Pietersburg Extension 4, situated at 55 Van Warmelo Street, Polokwane from “Residential 1” to “Educational” for the purposes of a Place of Instruction. 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 7 November 2014. 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 P O Box 111 Polokwane 0700 within a period of 28 days from 7 November 2014. Address of Agent: Kamekho Consulting P O Box 4169 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 083 281 4377 6/11 13/11 ___________________ PLAASLIKE BESTUUR KENNISGEWING POLOKWANE/PERSKEBULT WYSIGINGSKEMA 492 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) Kamekho Consulting synde die gemagtigde agent van die eienaar van die ondergenoemde erf, gee hiermee ingevolge Artikel
56(1)(b)(i) van die Ordonnansie op Dorpsbeplanning en Dorpe 1986 (Ordonnansie 15 van 1986) kennis dat ons by die Polokwane Munisipaliteit aansoek gedoen het om die wysiging van die Dorpsbeplanningskema bekend as die Polokwane/ Perskebult Dorpsbeplanningskema 2007 deur die hersonering van Erf 1044, Pietersburg Uitbreiding 4 geleë te Van Warmelostraat 55 Polokwane vanaf “Residensieel 1” na “Opvoedkundig” vir die doeleindes van ‘n plek van onderrig. 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 7 November 2014. Besware teen of vertoë ten opsigte van die aansoek moet binne ‘n tydperk van 28 dae vanaf 7 November 2014 skriftelik by of tot die Munisipale Bestuurder by bovermelde adres of by Posbus 111 Polokwane 0700 ingedien of gerig word. Adres van Agent: Kamekho Consulting Posbus 4169 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 083 281 4377 6/11 13/11 ___________________
IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA (GAUTENG DIVISION PRETORIA) CASE NUMBER: 69202/2013 IN THE MATTER BETWEEN FIRSTRAND BANK LIMITED Plaintiff and KENZIE ODIRILE MOLAPISI DATE OF BIRTH: 24 APRIL 1970 First Defendant KHETSIWE PATIENCE DLAMINI MOLAPISI ID: 13 AUGUST 1978 Second Defendant AUCTION NOTICE OF SALE IN EXECUTION The sale in Execution is conducted in accordance with the Consumer Protection act 68 of 2008 as amended, in pursuant of a judgement granted against the defendant for money owed to the plaintiff, of the High Court of South Africa Gauteng Division. In the suit a sale without reserve to the Highest Bidder will be held by the Sheriff Polokwane at the Sheriff’s Offices 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane on 19 November 2014 at 10:00 of the undermentioned property of the Defendant/s on the condition which may be inspected at the Offices of the Sheriff prior to the sale. Certain: Erf 3368 Pietersburg Extension 11, Township Registration Division: LS Province of Limpopo in extent: 994 (Nine Hundred and Ninety -four) square metres held by deed of transfer T055344/09, Subject to all the terms and conditions contained in the aforesaid deed of transfer. Situated: 239 De Wet Street Pietersburg Limpopo Measuring: 994 Square Metres Zoned: Residential Improvements: (Please note that nothing is guaranteed and/or no warranty is given in respect thereof) Main building: Main house
comprising of – lounge, family room, kitchen, scullery, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 1 shower, 2 toilets. The nature extent, condition and existence of the improvements are not guaranteed and/or no warranty is given in respect thereof and is sold “voetstoots” 1. The purchaser shall pay auctioneers commission subject to a maximum of R 9 655.00 plus vat and a minimum of R 485.00 plus vat. 2. A deposit of 10% of purchase price immediately on demand by the Sheriff. The balance of purchase price and any such interest payable shall be paid to the sheriff against transfer and shall be secured by a bank guarantee. To be approved by the Plaintiff’s Attorney, which shall be furnished to the Sheriff within 21 days after the date of sale. 3. The rules of auction are available 24 hours prior to the auction at the offices of the Sheriff Polokwane at 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane. The Office of the Sheriff Polokwane will conduct the sale, which sale will take place at the Sheriff’s Office at 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane. Registration as buyer is a pre-requisite subject to conditions, Inter Alia: Directive of the Comsumer Protection Act 68 of 2008 (URL) (http://www.infp.gov.za/ view/Download FileAction?id=99961) Fica Legislation, Proof if Identity and address particulars Payment of a registration fee of R 10 000.00 Registration conditions The Aforesaid sale shall be subject to the conditions of sale which may be inspected at the Office of the Sheriff at 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane Dated at Pretoria: 15 October 2014. RORICH WOLMARANS & LUDERITZ INC ATTORNEY FOR PLAINTIFF BLOCK C, EQUITY PARK 257 BROOKLYN ROAD BROOKLYN PRETORIA REFERENCE: (F308141/R. MEINTJES/B3) TELEPHONE: 012 362 8990 6/11 ___________________ IN THE RENTAL HOUSING TRIBUNAL OF LIMPOPO HELD AT LIMPOPO NOTICE IN TERMS OF RULE 8 ACT 32/44 (MAGISTRATE’S COURT) Case No: 7017/14 In the case between KHAYALAM PROPERTIES Execution Creditor And MALOKA M.L. Execution Debtor WARRANT OF EXECUTION IMMEDIATE REMOVAL This property mentioned in the Warrant of Execution immediate removal was removed from the possession of the Execution Debtor and is now being stored at the Sheriff’s Offices at 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane. Landlord brought Locksmith Storage fee charged at R 25.00 per day Copy of process served upon:Maloka ML (Personally) The auction will be held at the Sheriff’s Offices being 66 Platinum Street Ladine Polokwane at 11:00 Supply 5 copies of Notice of Auction to this office. Possible date/s of Auction is/are 7 November 2014 & 14 November 2014. Khayalam Properties P O Box 55393 Polokwane 0700 Tel: 015 297 6965 Fax: 015 297 6914 6/11 ___________________
NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN DECEASED ESTATES All persons having claims against the under-mentioned estate must lodge it with the Executor concerned within 30 days (or as indicated) from date of publication hereof. Surname: Lekalakala First Names: Maluse Jack
Lekalakala Date of Birth: 1934-01-30 Identity No: 340130 5133 081 Last Address: Teberius House No 010316 Teberius Date of Death: 1994-04-18 First Names and Surname of Surviving Spouse: Ramadumeja Stephina Lekalakala Date of Birth: 1942-03-05 Identity No: 420305 0272 083 Name of Executor or Authorised Agent: Sello Sethosa Advertiser Name: Sello Sethosa Advertiser Address: No 6 Korhaan Street Fauna Park Polokwane 0699 Tel: 015 296 0199 Email: sethusanono@ gmail.com 6/11 ___________________ In die boedel van wyle Magdalena Susannah Kellermann Boedel Nr: 22652/2014 Identiteitsnommer: 320225 0052 080 Oorlede te Polokwane 3 Mei 2014 Woonagtig te Frangipani Nr 7, Martha Hofmeyr Tehuis vir Bejaardes, Hoogstraat 9, Polokwane Getroud binne gemeenskap van goedere met Johannes Louis Kellermann Identiteitsnommer: 290228 5006 081 Alle persone wat vorderings of verpligtinge het teenoor die bogemelde boedel word versoek om sodanige vorderings in te dien en sodanige verpligtinge na te kom binne ‘n tydperk van dertig (30) dae vanaf datum van publikasie hiervan by die onderstaande adres. T F PRETORIUS: EKSEKUTEUR NILAND & PRETORIUS ING. Albatrossentrum 2 Markstraat 21 Posbus 10 Polokwane 0700 LD7544 6/11 ___________________ In die boedel van wyle Johannes Louis Kellermann Boedelno: 24916/2014 Identiteitsnommer: 290228 5006 081 Oorlede: Te Polokwane op 11 Augustus 2014 Woonagtig te: Frangipani Nr 7, Martha Hofmeyr Tehuis vir Bejaardes, Hoogstraat 9 Polokwane Wewenaar Alle persone wat vorderings of verpligtinge het teenoor die bogemelde boedel word versoek om sodanige vorderings in te dien en sodanige verpligtinge na te kom binne ‘n tydperk van dertig (30) dae vanaf datum van publikasie hiervan by die onderstaande adres. T F PRETORIUS: EKSEKUTEUR NILAND & PRETORIUS ING ALBATROSSENTRUM 2 MARKSTRAAT 21 POSBUS 10 POLOKWANE 0700 LD7567 6/11 ___________________ NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND DEBTORS IN DECEASED ESTATES IN TERMS OF SECTION 29 OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF DECEASED ESTATES ACT 66 OF 1965 Creditors and Debtors in the undermentioned estate are requested to file their claims with and pay their debts to the undersigned within 30 (thirty) days from the date of publication hereof. Estate No: 24839/14 Masters Office: Polokwane Surname: Manamela Christian Names: Thantji William Date of Birth: 22-09-1982 ID No: 8209225833085 Last Address: Stand No 0302553 Mapela Magope Village, Limpopo Province Date of Death: 17 August 2014 Name and Surname of Executor Stephina Kgadi Manamela ID No: 6309010629086 DS Sello Attorneys P O Box 5693 Polokwane-North 0750 18 Bok Street Polokwane 0699 Tel: 015 291 4849 Fax: 015 291 4846 Ref: WE0024 6/11 ___________________
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defeated a gallant Potties Old Boys Cricket Club by 17 runs in a close-fought match. The Hornbills scored 204 all out after being sent in to bat first by Potties Old Boys captain, Clayton unday saw the fourth round of the LimSmith. Potties Old Boys could only manage to popo Premier Cricket League taking place with a full schedule of matches being held score 187 runs in reply to give a narrow victory to the team from Tzaneen. at the Polokwane Cricket Club. In a Promotion League match played at the Last season’s defending champions, the Capricorn High School Cricket Oval, Eagles 2 Eagles Cricket Club faced the visiting Phalaborscored a comprehensive 263-run victory over wa Cricket Club in an exciting 50-over match Potties Old Boys 2. Eagles scored 367/8 after on the A-field. Eagles batted first and scored 50 overs, with Deon Forrester scoring 123 an imposing 402/7 in their allotted 50 overs. runs. The evergreen Tim Baber weighed in Bradley Pieterse scored 110 runs and was with a well-played 84 runs and 15-year old, well-supported by the Eagles opening batsmen, Theo Janse van Rensburg (71) and Pieter Sias Willemse scored 41 runs. Potties Old Boys 2 were bowled out for 104 Haasbroek (63). Phalaborwa were bowled out runs in reply with the Eagles 2 opening bowlfor a paltry 79 runs to give the Eagles victory ers, Brendan Bezuidenhout (5/25 in 10 overs) by a massive 323 runs. The Eagles remain and Morné Venter (2/20 in 9 overs) doing the undefeated after four matches to stay on track damage to the Potties batsmen. Both the Eagles to retain their title. 2 bowlers are still at high school and a bright fuOn the B-field the Hornbills Cricket Club ture lies ahead for both talented bowlers. The only Premier League fixture that will be played on Sunday will be the clash between Seshego Cricket Club and Aces Cricket Club at the Capricorn High School Cricket Oval. The Limpopo Impalas will be in action in a Cricket South Africa Rural PHOTO: WARREN BLUNT League match against Eagles Cricket Club opening batsman Pieter Haasbroek ducks under a Mpumalanga in White River on Saturday. bouncer sent down by the Phalaborwa Cricket Club bowler. WARREN BLUNT >>firstname.lastname@example.org
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Desi Earle of the Polokwane Golf Club represented the province in the Sanlam Cancer National Golf Challenge played on the Gary Player Golf Course at Sun City on 20 and 21 October. She became Limpopo’s Golden Girl of golf by winning the ladies division.
A challenging game PHOTO: JEFF RAYMOND
Liz Southon, 40 on a count out, and Brian o’ Reilly on 40 points finished second and third respectively in a Individual Stableford Challenge played at the Polokwane Golf Club last Wednesday. Winner Thys de Kock was absent.
Busy time for Polokwane ultra-distance runner WARREN BLUNT >>email@example.com Polokwane Athletic Club (PAC) ultra-distance runner Pieter Pretorius has been very busy lately preparing for the Johannesburg Festival of Running 48-hour race at the end of the year where he will try and set a new South African record. Pretorius participated in the Nite 2 Lite race in Vanderbijlpark at the beginning of October that started at 20:00 and ended at 08:00 the following morning. The race was held for the fifth time and for the first time at night at the Kollege Park Primary School around a one kilometre track at the school grounds. A number of top Comrades runners also participated and Pretorius improved the existing record from 100 km to 109 km. After a short break of only three weeks, Pretorius participated in the Coaldust Reach for a Dream 12-Hour Night Race in Witbank to finish first and set the record at 96 km. He was accompanied by Pietersburg Road Runners
ultra-athlete, Johan van der Merwe, who set a new record in the LoobiT 100 mile race at the same event. On Saturday, Pretorius took to the long road again at Rydamans Kaapsehoop 3-in-1 Marathon in Mpumalanga where he qualified for the 2015 Comrades Marathon in 02:56 to be seeded among the Acategory athletes for next year’s race.
Pieter Pretorius from Polokwane Athletic Club (PAC) at the finish of the Nite 2 Lite 12-hour race in Vanderbijlpark.
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he Polokwane Oval Club held the penultimate round of the club championships on Saturday with lots of fender bending taking place in a number of hotly contested classes at the Polokwane Show Grounds. Members of the Lynx Arm Wrestling Club in Polokwane were also out in full force to Polokwane Oval Club race or- raise funds for ganiser, Stephan Weideman. Hoër Tegniese
Skool Tom Naudé learner, Anton Bosman, who has a rare form of cancer. Spectators at the event had a chance to test their strength against South African arm wrestling champion, Danie Fourie with all the funds raised going towards the treatment for Bosman. According to the organiser, Stephan Weideman all the regulars were back on the racetrack and although only two drivers were in action during the rookie class, the two youngsters, Dylan Bosch and Ruan van Breda gave a great display of their driving skills, with Dylan taking the honours in a close contest. In the stockrod class, Nico Grebe took first place, with Willie Blignaut second and Johhny Durant junior taking the final podium position. In the 1660 modifieds Heath Bent came out on top in his father’s Tata, followed by JJ Fourie in second place and Desmond Bosch Left: Local drivers Desmond Bosch and Roelof van Breda are side-by-side during Saturday’s practice round in the 2.1L modified class. Right: Spectators check out the oval racing cars in the pits during the Club Championships on Saturday.
Polokwane’s road runners and walkers are reminded that the annual 10 km night race and 5 km fun run hosted by the Polokwane Athletic Club (PAC) will be held next Friday. The popular event has a new sponsor and will now be known as the BB Motor Group GWM Nite Race and Fun Run, with R5 000 up for grabs in prize money for the various categories in the 10 km race. The first 300 finishers in each race category will also receive a new specially designed medal. The night race and fun run will start and finish at the old
Peter Mokaba Stadium and the starting time is 18:30. Both races will be run over a safe, well-lit circular route and water points will be available every three kilometers along the route. Entry for the 10 km race is R40 and R20 for the fun run. Runners participating in the 10 km race must be in possession of a valid provincial road race licence. Temporary licences will be available at an extra cost of R25. Entries can be made on the day of the race at the PAC clubhouse between 17:00 and 18:20. For further information call Johan Janse van Vuuren on 083 277 2505 or Jaco Pretorius on 072 932 8488.
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back in third. Only four cars started the race in the 2.1L modifieds with Roelof van Breda winning the class after two heats, with Johnny Durant in second place and Desmond Bosch in the third position. In the hotrod class it was the black Peugeot of Phillip Jacobs, who has joined Polokwane Oval Club all the way from Groblersdal that claimed the top podium position, with Allas Pienaar second and his brother, André clinching the third place. The next Polokwane Oval club event will be held on 29 November, with a number of visitors from other clubs in Limpopo and Gauteng set to visit the city for the last race of the season. Weideman hopes to see Polokwane’s entire oval racing enthusiasts at the event and said: “Race on the track and not on the road.”
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Danie and Leana Fourie from Lynx Arm Wrestling Club, who attended Saturday’s Polokwane Oval racing club event to raise funds for Hoër Tegniese Skool Tom Naudé learner Anton Bosman, who has a rare form of cancer.
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The various medals that are on offer at the BB Motor Group GWM Nite Race.
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hen Maria Mothiba was named Best Overall Researcher at the University of Limpopo her first reaction was to dedicate the award to her parents who always encouraged her to study and work hard. Mothiba was bestowed the honour during the University of Limpopo’s (UL) Vice Chancellor ‘s Research, Teaching and Learning Awards on Friday evening in Polokwane Mothiba, a professor in Health Service Management at the UL, undertook the majority of her research work in the Capricorn district where she focussed on healthcare management; HIV/Aids; sexual and reproductive health; indigenous knowledge systems in health care; lifestyle diseases; mental health as well as teaching and learning. She endeavoured to come up up with evidence-based solutions to health problems which are contextspecific for Limpopo with its unique challenges.
Asked for her response Mothiba said the award symbolises the beginning of hard work. “Hard work is the basis for everything worthwhile one will achieve in life. This award means to me that I have to start working very hard. It means that I have to prove that I was worth the award. This kind of pressure is not new to me. It started in August when I was promoted to the rank of professor. I asked myself one question and that was what I think I need to do differently from what I was doing and that question led me to this award,” Mothiba said. “I dedicate this award to my family, parents who always encouraged me to study hard and my husband who created a conducive home environment which allows me to do my work,” Mothiba said. Her research career commenced in July 2006 upon joining the University of Limpopo after previously being employed in the Healthcare Services sector as nurse at various levels. She holds a master’s degree in Health Sciences from the UL and a PhD in Health Sciences from the University of Johannesburg. Mothiba believes with her thorough experience and knowledge in Health Service Management as well as research she can impart maximum impact on promoting the health of the people in the province through the implementation of a number of strategies, including teaching and community engagement.
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Maria Mothiba, passionate health researcher and teacher, with the Best Overall Researcher Award she received at the University of Limpopo’s Vice Chancellor’s Research, Teaching and Learning Awards ceremony last Friday.